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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892051001 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. rwr-'BI ' Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XX. LONDON, Journal NO. 21 STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 10.1892. DANVILLE. CRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ; LAUREL COUNTY. One of the twin babies of Mr. Win. Mad dogs are numerous now in this W. Cl'itinau'ii little son, Jolin, has George Simpson, of Stone, has been King dleit Sunday and was buried Mon- vicinity. been very Hick tills week. granted a pension at tiie rate of 212 per Mr. Jo.in Lawrence buried a son on month. Frank Ward wbs lotted hi JftU Hits ti ly. Mrs. Lculs Dunham, of Denver, Wednesday, who tiled of spinal trouble. .Our stock of. week clinked with obJalnlriK money Tho K. C.is building an addition to Col., Is visiting the Misses Fisher, on Tho deepest sympathy is expressed tho freight depot, to be used as a passenfa'no pretenBes nt Pittsburgh. by the people in this community for the ger room. It is hoped that th democrat of Lexington street. Col. James A. Fisher will next week editor in his sad bereavement, and alTnnr.il will nnt nil to be parent next Mr. G. It. Hardin's new brick buildSaturday, May M,t the convention to sell out liis household goods and go to though we know this will not take from ing, on Richmond street, is rapidly near-inSt. Louis to live with his eon, George D. his Borrow, still it is a consolation to bo held to select delegates from this completion. .VVc have. know we have sympathetic friends. to express their preference- for tislier. of the A meeting of the democrat Mr. Charles Williams, once town Mrs. II. L. Steger continues quite engine-housa candidate for president. precincta and Then is nothing oue can say except marshal of Danville, was here last week, ill and her many friends are feeling very was held at the court-houSaturday afto oiler sympathy and regret to the In after nn absence of several years. His anxious for her to get a start upward. ternoon and delegates selected to the Miss Robinson, n very pretty young la- county convention. tkrior's editor over the low) lie has sus- home is now in Kansas City. Mr. C. H.'Fackler has obtained a dy of Harrodsburg, is stopping with TIicho few words will In no way tained. Messrs. James nnd Bob Hamilton express the actual interest of the writer clerkship witli Mr. Arnold, general Mrs. W. T. Stephenson nnd will teacli a were called to Middlesboro Sunday by a' and subttcribera of your paper and tlio freight agent for the Cincinnati South- class in music. telegram announcing the serious illness In plain, plaited, puff and neglige. The best stock of Summer UnTuesday the people had a grand of their mother, Mrs. Jtobert Fox. Clyde nianv othuni who speak regretfully of ern, at Cincinnati. Mrs. H. F. Phillips derwear in town. Scrivcn's Elastic Seam Drawers are the best. tills loss, which will bow down in rief hss returned from a visit to friends at fishing party and on Wednesday night a Herring, of Louisville, is in town. Mr. Louisville. select number had a cake cutting at the Bob Mcltoberts and wife and Mrs. M. D. ono whom wo all admire. Mr. Charley Grubbs, thu bank clerk College Hall, which was highly enjoyed. Hughes spent Sunday with relatives in John Warren was nrrested and put in jail last Wednesday, chanted with who helped arrest the $1,000 sneak thief The ring was cut by Miss Eva Buchanan Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carr are (dealing a mule and two hams from eomo Inst week nt Mt. Sterling, graduated Irom and the darning needle which was for visiting in Richmond. Dr. Al Price, of parties near Pittsburgh, and was caught Centre College four years ago. While tho old maid, fell to tho lot of Miss Stanford, was here Sunday. Mrs. C. M. Collars, CufTs and Half Hose. We have added a line of It is here ho boarded with Mrs. C. P. Hannah McFall; Miss Kettle HigginBeut Held is visiting at T. A. Hold's on Richwith both In bin the money, while Miss Moilie Brooks mond avenue. Messrs. Casey Owsley thought hu had no intention of keeping Mrs. Sally A. Stcinbergon got ready got thu button. After the cake cutting and Robert Salter, of Danville, spent the mule, but had taken it to carry thu hams home as ho lived near. Friday ho to come up town Monday morning nnd was over and a few dances were enjoyed Saturday and Sunday iu Lancaster. down on a bureau all left for home. succeeded in picking a lock in thu corri- hid tier pocket-booWhen the sunshine that has beautiRemember that Thomas Emmerson's Quite a nice dance was enjoyed at fied the eartli has been obscured by All new and the latest styles. dor, next to tho sleeping cell that Craig while she stepped for a moment into anSons' Shoes are the best. got out ol and escaped other room. When she returned nome Col. Slaughter's Saturday night, gotten shadows and tempests; when desolation Gragg and others and up on short notice, nnd on Friday night has wrecked tho soul and the flowers through the same holes. Dick Harbin one hud opened the bocket-booand Rowan Hardin gave him a foot nice, stolen $11 in silver, leaving two ?10 bills lie will give the last one before going to that graced the household have coued to Green Briar. He will move his family bloom, there can come no greater blesswhile Simp Slnnifer, who had a horse, nnd other paper monoy undisturbed. This dispatch was sent by our atten- to the Springs next Monday. Mefsr. ing than the pympathiea of those we love hitched convenient, also gave him a chase and thu trio succeededin capturing tive reporter for last issue, but it came Wix Dillion and Harye Melvin. of and whose words of comfort are a benespent Sunday in Crab Orchard. diction. The condolence that goes forth htm before ho got to the top of ceme- after the paper had vono to press: Miss Mattie II. Lyne, of Henderson, Miss Hattie Henry, MtBsra. Bettis, Unr on the wing- - of the morning from all tery hill and lie has since been coniincd nt ris, Spencer and quite a number of Lan over the land towards one who ha9 been in a sleeping cell. It has been Huver.il and J. K, McGoodwin married 0 days since the jail was broken open, and the home of the bride's mother, in Hen- caster gents were in Crab Orchard Sun- bereft of the idol of his heart, contains day, but we failed to lenrn all of their none more sincere than that of the writyet the bars have not been mended and derson. Itishop T. U. Dudley, of Louiseven the bricks on the outside wall have ville, oillcinted. They left at once on a names. Miss Lottie Dillion spent the er, who bin watched with intense internot been put in. Uoth the jailer nnd trip to Niagara Falls and will be back week with Mrs. Sue Holmes and family. est the events connected with the sad Thursday morning a party from here termination of the life of the companion county judge are personal friend of the here the last of the week. Has a Complete Stock of A woman with three children, tho went to Dillion to stay a few days. It of the editor of this paper. Such, howwriter, but that don't keep me from Hayboy, crippled, apd included, after all arrived, Miss Ella May ever, is tho destiny of all, we find and ing that it shows a most wilful neglect of eldest a good-tdewho gave tho nauio of Susan Mary War- Saunders, Stanford, Mrs. J. F. Holdam, our only comfort in the fact that on the duty in not making these necessary re : : ren, was hero from Saturdav to Mondav, Mrs. T. A. Gresham, Mrs. S. A. Ward, mountain-topwe catch a glimpse of the pairs Jailer I)vell returned Friday from thegueatof Harvo French, at thu town's Mrs. Alice Newland, Misses Eva Buch- beautiful beyond, where shadows never Jackson county, whore hu lus been af- expenhe. She says she is the widow of anan, Lula Stuart, Birdie James, nnd coHio and where thu fragrance of the ter one of tho prisoners who escaped Joseph M. Warren, a railroad brakeiuan Messrs. J. F. Holdam, J. W. James, Hol roses and lil'es lingers forever. from him recently. John Parrott was who was killed six months ago on tho dam Stuart, Robert Colley and Fred THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. tho man and lie was In on a U. S. war- roid between Louisvillunnd Shelby ville. Newland. They were all entertained nt Bad Jink Tickets wero given thorn Monday, when the Free Hotel and Forest Home and selling whisky. rant for Mclnerney, the moralizer (?, has everything wns done for the comfort and introduced a bill to close barber shops Young, from tho Itaccoon neighbor tho whole party silled for Somerset. Tho directors of thu Danville and amusement of the gue3s and iu a man- on Sundays. hood, (Accompanied I)vell and they succeeded in capturing him and on their re- Hu8tonville Turnpike Co. met at the tle rwhich no oue else but those people Among the bills to come before the DEALEK IN- turn with the prisoner Had Jink's Fanners National Hank Saturday and understand. We had fishing, boat rid- State Senate this week are the measure shot-guMr. Win. War- ing, horsubnek riding, dancing and hunt- fixing freight rates on coal and that ere- went oil and shot unanimously double barrel Parrott through tho arm, up near the ren president nnd the following direc- ing to our hearts' content, and unfortu- ating the ollice of Assistant Inspector of shoulder, going through where thu arm tors: Thomas Mcltoberts, Dr. Ed Al- nately for Mr and Mrs. Dillion, they in- Mines. and body joins and coming outback un- corn, J. M. Van Meter, George F. An- vited us back and every oue of u is sure Mr. Gardner has introduced a bill at AND DONE. der thu left shoulder blade, Irom which derson, W. P. Givens.'G. H. Woodcock. to go, as all who ever go there can never Frankfort to prevent tho sale or manustay away. W. L. Caldwell was few hours. Lovell president Parrot died inn ifiAll work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. facture of oleomargarine or similar imithat Parrot was walking by the Hide of of the Danvillo and Salt Itiver road and tations unless they he properly stamped I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. 'Young, who wns horseback, and Young 0. S. Jackson of tho Danville nnd Pleas-'an- t as such imitations. Hill road. The old boards of direc was carrying his tnuzzlo loading shot D. N. Prewitt bought in this county Tho Hon. IVttit presented a commu gun in front of him when it was acci- tors of the last two roads were also re- a bunch of fat heifers nt 2 to 2 cents. nication in thu House disapproving the dentally discharged. Lovell took Young elected. Eubanks Bros, bought of W. F. Da- "hasty action" of Speaker Moore on to a magistrate and gave him up, but it steers Wednesday l6t and declaring the jour vis, of Boyle, a lot of The Board of Control of the AmeriU rumored that Young gavo bond and and heifers at 2Jc. nalnaread incorrect. Pettit was again can trotting Association declined to reinhas left tho country. Circuit court is W.T. Moren, of Laurol, got 25J eat upon, as the communication was state the expelled horeo Nelson. going on in Jackson county and Sunday At a sale of registered Jerseys at pounds of wool olf of three sheep. He tabled and the journal approved. the sheriti and It. A. Dyclie, of that Louisville, hut week, S'J head were hold must have shaved them. Tho president approved the Chinese county, came here and took Lovell T C. Colemon fcold his fine Mock nt prices ranging from $100 to $2S0. Exclusion bill. accused with having been accesthere, Goldsmith Maid, 2.14, Lucy, 2:1SJ, farm, "Fairview,"near Harrodsburg, last New York has a pugilist in tho per sory to tho death of Parrott. They wild nnd Lady Thome, 2:1S, three of tho week, to a 'ew York party, for $17,000 son of "Fatty"' Langtry, who weighs 325 the prisoner made a dying stnteuient queens of the turf, are buried side by cash. Funk, Anderson & Co. bought 100 pounds. that lie was shot intentionally and un- side. and for Jay Gould is reported to be a very barrels of corn from James Knox and necessarily, but the citizens here bullet o It is reported that not less than !HX) barrels from pirtics in Mercer, this sick man in Ids private car at LovoU'h statement. horses havu been killed by thu sting Cxitnrla cures Colic, ConsUpatlon, "Caitorla Is so well adapted to children tht Sour Stomach, Dlarrha'ft. Eructation, N. M, week at s'2'i't per barrel. Advocate. of tho Bullalo gnats in Western KenI recommend It oa superior to any prescripUon A Democratic Mass Convention. KUU Woruu, gina siwp, and promotes dl Win. Morelaud sold to Win. Grimes The Board of Equalization has comIT. A. Ancur.ii, JI. D., known to me," pest ion. At a meeting of the Democratic Coun- tucky. Without Injurious medication. 50 stock iiogs at 3.65 and bought of Dr. pleted the work of fixing the assos-uient- s HI So. Oxford St., BrooVlf n, Jf, V. Allerton, 2:01) J, has to hl credit 45 ty Committee on May 7, ISUJ.thu followfor the counties of the State. Tire P. W. Logan a lot of fat hog-- ) at 3Jc. He Tus, Centaur Compant, T7 Murray Street, N. T heats in 2:0 or bettor, tho largest numing resolution was adopted: also bought of Zick Polly a lot of graz- result shows the total assessed valuation Dr. Sparks, A nines convention of the democracy of ber won by a ing heifers at He. of properly tobe$544,70S,990, an increase county is called to meet at tho 2: 171, however, who h a year younger, Lincoln William Moreland bought of Chris of $10,405,015 over lrwt year. in Stanford at t! : i , Sat- has won 4(5. and A. Cainenisch, a lot of butcher catThe overwhelming htrength of New Haven, Conn., is well supplied urday, May 1 1, 1MV to telect nix deleJ.N.MENEFKI Cleveland in tho Northwest, A. C. SINE tle at 3.10, and a lot of gates to the next Democratic Statu Con- with fast pacers, B. B., 2:13J, Bud Doble, steers at 3h a lot of butcher cattle of ns shown by the action of the Wisconvention, which convenes in Louisville 2::i, and Monkey Boiler, 2:15J, being Will Murphy nt 31. sin and Michigan conventions, is exon May 25th. J H. Paxton, Chairman. owned there. A match between the Hardy oc McClure bought of various ceedingly gratifying. There lias been three is talked of. I3ST Gho. P. HuiouT. Secretary. parties 10 head of butcher stufl at 2 to 3J no doubt that both thu conventions Col. W. A. Harris, of Lin wood 10 bead would give him their endorsement, but conts; 25 hogs at 3J to 3.S5, and A soft rubber disk fixed upon a rubKns , recently sold at public auction lil sheep nt 4 cents. These even bis friends had not counted on to aid tho head of thoroughbred shorthorns at an of ber spring has been invented ices wo lmvo heard of. such overwhelming enthusiasm. hearing of the partially deaf. This is average of $252. Only ono ntiimnl in are thu best pi The farmers, who have not finished Tho Egyptian levees, between Keoyear and is shaped ho that the bunch brought moru than $100. iuherted in tho planting corn, very sensibly staid at kuk, la., and Alexandria, Mo., have been Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, .Mouldings, brackets it will focus tho waves of sound upon tho This is the best average Bale of short- homo yesterday and prosecuted the broken by swoolen streams and great ear drum. It has been used horns made in years. natural Verandah Work. work, consequently there was a very damage has resulted. The people are and with eminent success, as by it many partown and but little busi- getting ready to leave Alexandria. The Cnrrier Sparks, of Cincinnati, is in small crowd in tially deaf persons nre able to dispense flood at Peoria, 111., has rendered 500 ness was done. witli the cumbersome, long ear trum- jail for opening letters. T. W. Bottom, tho auctioneer, perrons homeless. All the families in The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. Matthew D. Ilumo tho oldest resipets. m of Clark county, died at his home. tells us that from 27 black Langshan tho inundated Li Marsh drainage disdent - - Ky. Our good Hrother Walton will cor- Ho was the grandfather of Ilumo Clay, hens since Feb. 1, bo has sold 89 Bettings trict have been rescued, with one ex- Office Besides this ception. his paper that thu who is now serving a term in prison for of eggs at $1 per setting. rect the statement in tax levy for county purpo-e- s iu Madison forging his grandfather's name for $100,- - ho has 40 young chickens as a result of county is 89 cents on tho $100. Tho 000. the 27 hens' product. James Ford, a prominent farmer of Hardy & McClure, of Pineville, purREADY county tax is only 40 cents, whilst tho Stato tax is 43, tho two combined mak- Logan county, was shot to death on the chased of G. W. Baughman a lot of cows at 3e; of S. H. Baugh-tnuing 89 cents. Jt wns a small error, but roadside by negroes, with whom he had enough in such mutters to be had some trouble in the courts. The neof same at $35; of II. S. Witha lot WMAjEA. it is well groes escaped, but will likely bo caught ers a bunch of heifers at 3Je and of W. accurate. Richmond Register. USE. 4rT..vvjKnnj by tho poeso of men, which is now L. Lillard a couple of butcher cattle at THE BEST The Inexperienced One Jack, Tom scouring thu country for them. Master Commissioner Davison sold and Harry invariably invito nto to go Mr. John B. Thompson, about the at public auctiou yesterday the followsamo evening. out on tho last survivor in Kentucky of tho colt MfciWf m id n mnt lx.a.T1vr& Crab OrchThe Experienced one That is the re- lapse of thu Hill boom, announces that ing: House and two lots iu O. Kennedy for $300; house ard to G. sult of having beaux who are chums. hu has yielded to the demands of his nnd lot in Uowlaud for $71 and another Life. private business and the political combought by John O. Neal's Itov. S. A. Butt died at Dr. Will plexion of his district and withdrawn for $115, both Cheapest ox'or.; house and lot In Morelaud to W. foi many The Ilunn's last week. He was Ids candidacy for delegate to Chicago. S. Wigliam for S2S7.45. Christian church years a preacher in tho While tho officers of the Traders' Capt. T. W. Bottom reports about and in his way was quito a remarkable Deposit Bank, nt Mt. Sterling, were 50 cattle here yesterday, the most of more space than any Paint mixLION PAINT will cover one-hal- f man. Ho tvaa tho father of tho late Am- watching a circus parade, a slick individthem small and of a very inforior grade. in this sec- ual rushed in and grubbed a bag conn ed by hand and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Accept no substibrose Butt, bo 500 pounds, Ho Fold live steers, A Cream of Tarter Balinz Powder Highest ol tion. taining $4,000. He wns discovered be- at $13.75 and seven bead of cows at ljc. nil in leavening strength Latest United Stales tute. . Good Agents wanted. Manufactured by Gold to the amount of 52,000,000 fore he left the house, however, and now A few plug horses brought from $25 to Government hood llcpurt. LION PAINT & COLOR WORKS, LEXINGTON, KY., ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. was exported Irom New Yorkfor Europe languishes in Jail nt that place. Ho $32.50 and seven good horses sold from io Wall street, New VorL. A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. gave his name as Frank 0 wings. $17 to $95. No uiulea were oflored. Saturday. i YOU SHOULD SEE un-ti- er g Gents' Furnishing Goods. din-tricU- court-hous- e e se EVERYTHIN G IN SHIRTS, ELEGKNT LINE NECKWEM k k SEVBRAITOE So S03ST. C. Dil-lio- n, W.B.acRDBBRTZ, to-d- ay Druggist and Jeweler, s DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, WALL PAPER, ROBT. FENZEL -- n j WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY PROMPTLY - Infants Children. 00 Albu-querqu- u, d. court-houC- o two-year-- 120-pou- MENEFEE, DEALERS SRSJi DOORS MP BLINDS. SINE & WOVElfcT WIEE A1TD SX.AT FB1TCB. Stanford, and Yard Depot Street, ii rTOl m fOR TfliPNApfcr'JK .jzmfm s'Z ,3miYssiiVv - .,. AW POWDER Absolutely Pure Paint " MADE. Best is the IS y mxwmi ft rT-Ac- ifc 1 BBSSmBm well-know- .ML. :.&Z. il.JU i,ifaia'ii?airfAuuaU.A.. lA. L'j.-- ki " VH '. f L i w . Annie Buennmever attempted to throw her Illegitimate child under the wheels of a locomotive at St. Bernard, O., but was prevented and tho little one May 10, 1892 was saved. Ky., Stanford. Tho expenditures of tho State govAsd Lincoln County Io call nJ examine the handsomest and cheapen line ol WALL PAPER ever ernment for April were $270,244.01, leavoffered to the people of Central Krntucky ing a deficit of S79.S91.77 in tho general W. DANVILLE, KY. fund, nud a total of only $331,20103 in At A. E. GIBBONS', 1! can alio turnith you the toil PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Ac, at low as any wholesale tho treasury. The Virginia republican convention But follow the instructions below, homo In the State. People deairmg to do their own work can alwayi do better by setting advice from tn experienced and practical man, and session on the question hold an and it will leave your pocket-book- s of instructing for Harrison, hut under Got your Combinations Oompleto and Save Money. the leadership of Mahouc tho resolution in a better condition than you exwas defented. pect. Our inducement At Wellington, Kan., W. R. Warren, proprietor of a small bank at which failed, was shot by George Timms, a depositor, who had $2,000 in the bank when It went under. A personal friend of Minister Porter Is Extraordinary. Bays he will resign soon and this is DEATH OF MRS. W. P. WALTON. thought to indicate that tho Entered into eternnl rest at 7:30 a. m., will bo Mr. Matthews' opponent in tho May 0, 1SI2, Mrs. Knto Huffman "Wagubernatorial contest in Indiana. Is Receiving: His CUT CARD OUT lton. At Utica, Miss., Cicero Heard tbhot DKATn, with relentless cruelty, bns and killed W. H. Colbert, a wealthy merAND BKING IT TO THE entered another happy home and taken chant, for insulting his sister-in-laaway its most precious jewel a wife and then barricaded himself and friends Goods Warranted and a Pcrlcct Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. vbose whole life was wrapped up in her in a store, where they defy arrest. husband, unon whom she lavished the Only 14 States have instructed for wealth of an affection as pure as it was Harrison, leaving 30 to vote as they holy. Retiring and modest in her dispoplease. It would be migh'y easy undpr sition, the supreme loveliness of her such circumstances for a dark horso or character was known only to those whose James G. Blaine to knock tho'persimmon. And it will entitle you to io per daily lives were thrown with here, and At Greenville, Miss., tho Mississppi of purity, cent, discount on anything in our One of the largcstand most complete stocks of Men'?, Boys' and to them it was a revelation river has reached a stage of 43J feet, To the husband, goodness and love. Children's slightly higher than ever before, and is Wool Dress Goods Department. who is crushed with an inconsolable rising. The lovees are in good constill grief at her loss, she was the personifidition and are being carefully guarded. lovacation of all that was beautiful and John Whalen, a brakeman, was killble in woman, and tender and true in Remember this offer is for ed and Cash Marshall was Beriously Ever broughtjto the East End of the county. Also a large and well wife. She was the idol of his heart, the cars scalded by the locomotive and two hope of his life. and Eastern assorted stock of Custom-Mad- e joy of his home, the of a Louisville Southern passenger train silver cord has been loosed, ttie But the jumping the track near Georgetown. golden bowl been broken, the pitcher At Marion, Ky., a couple of negroeB broken at the fountain, the happy home quarreled while the funeral was bing destroyed, and to bis burdened spirit uo preached, over who should drive the For both ladies and gentlemen. Call and examine our stock before Bilver lining appears to the dark cloud hearse containing the remains of a promipurchasing your Spring Goods. which seems to have forever darkened Gentlemen, it will pay you to nent colored man and a big fight enhis life. For months she lay a patient, sued. examine our uncomplaining sufferer, though her dear J. T. Bates has been appointed postd amiable, In the death of his pain. She murbody was racked with Wayne county, vice and devoted wife, an irreparable master at Gregory, mured not under any ailliction and it J. P. Morrow, resigned; W. Jones, Ken- upon one of the best and was her peaceful, quiet demeanor that loss has fallen Whitley county, vice M. E. Thornbravest of men, Walton, of the Interior. see, led her husband to think that she was ton, resigned, and J. Bryant, Laso, more than to not as sick as she was, and that a good Journal; and to no man Whitley county, vice D. D. Early, - , ...... l would not, dim ..... im nut- thn Rincere., deen and God could not, or rather sympathy of all whoso J take her from him. But he realizes it heartfelt love and Edwin A. Trask, tho Chicago bond was to know him, and her of nil noiv and when it is too late his eyes pleasure it shall keep constanlly'on During the year 1S92 I swindler, has been sentenced to IS years are opened to the fact that she was too whom he has been so sadly bereft. stock of in tho Illinois penitentiary. In court he hand a full and complete Of Dress and Summer Laurie J. Blakely in Newport Journal. good for hiui; too pure for this denounced liis trial as a farce, and made dying earth, and that her only propMrs. W. P. Walton, the wife of the a bitter arraignment of criminal courts er place was in the Homo of the angels. e litor of the Stanford Interior Journal, in general. How he now looks back on her life ol died yesterday after a long illness. Mr. Tho most remarkable game of base for "Walton's numerous frieuds in the newsdevotion and ball ever played was at Cincinnati Frihis happiness and how bitterly he re- paper profession will be greatly pained day, when tho Cincinnatis and Bostons members every hasty word or unkind by this announcement nnd will sympa- played 14 innings without making a My stock of At 1.50 we can show you a look that he may have given her ! Hus- thize deeply with him in his great and snore. The game was called on account special style in White Dress Shirts bands, it takes so little to make .a true irreparable loss. Hopklnsville New Era. of darkness. wife happy. Love is her whole existThe Atchison, Topeka and Sauta handsomely embroidered. Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of ence. Do not deny it to her, or let busexd Fe's NEWSY NOTES. At 50c we have a number of prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas iness cares or other affairs make you for tho press went through a trestle over A. R. PENNY. At Milford, 0., a boy fell from n an instant forget her whom you have Dalton in charge. Fox river, near Revere, Mo., and Beven styles of Summer Crepe Shirts. le and was killed. promised to love and cherish. It will ho killed and over SO injured persons were Deerfoot, a 10 to 1 shot, won the such a joy to her life and such a comfort At 75c an elegant linen finish 32 seriously. and consolation to you when the time McGrath stake at Lexington. Col. Ralph K. Paig. cashier of the Shirt. Heavy rains have done much damfor parting comes, and the long, dieary defunct Painesville Savings and Loan Asdays of her absence fall so heavily up- age in Illinois, Iowa and Kansas. Boys' Shirts at 35 to 50 cents. sociation, at Painesville, O., has been Prohibitionists of Arkansas have sentenced to ten years in the penitentiaon your heart. Keep not your kis&ea for .Dealers In. her cold, dead brow. It will do her no nominated a candidate for Governor. Ho says ho committed ry for forgery. Arthur Brown was killed and robgood then. It will fill her whole life the :rime in hopes of saving the concern parties at Bryan, O. with happiness if you will be as anxious bed by unknown from ruin. The House at Frankfort fixed the --There is a bitter fight going on in after you have won her to add to her license for retailing cigarettes at $300. pleasure as you were before. Madison in the Circuit Clerk's race. Gov. Joseph W. Fifer was The writer does not wish to obtrude W. H. Miller, tho present incumbent, Hard- -, Queen- -, Tin- and Glassware. DEPARTMENT. readers, but it is a comfor governor of Illinois by the re- who has been in the office 14 years, his grief oa his fort to speak of her who was his light, publicans. wants it and bo does Stanton II. Tharpe At Robbindale, Minn., the Northern and each Is spending money right and his life, his all, and we know they will Spring cleaning over, you no bear with us, especially since so many car shops were burned. Loss $123,000; left to win it. to buy a of them have tendored their heartfelt insurance SSO,000. During a storm ono of tho county doubt have concluded Friends and A SulzbergBy looking over our Fire in Schwartz, Child sympathy and condolence. bridges across Cumberland river, in the new Carpet. in New York, caus- gap at Pinoville, collapsf d,and was com- immense assortment you will find neighbors have been so kind, so thought- er's slaughter-housful and attentive that we feel that our ed a loss of $250,000. pletely wrecked. Tho bridge was a handCliff Fuiler waB horse whipped in some structure, costing $17,000, had a sorrow is their sorrow. May God bless Cincinnati by Miss Sadie Leonard, with span of 300 feet airl had only been comthem all. Garnml Circuit Court. There is no sorrow like that over the whom he had attempted to be a little pleted about a year. Yalualh Lands and Town Property. Farmer llitalc fc Trust Uo . 11111. nirnlnst J. M. riiillitH, Martin. I'liillips Htul S. death of a devoted wife, such as was our "gay." H. Cook, Doleiidnnt. MATRIMONIAL HATTERS. is overwhelming, Grover Cleveland, Kate. It The schooner precious Garrard Circuit Court consuming, crushing. For more than 16 from St. Johns, N. F., for Boston, with Wade I! Waller's Widow, Are , Plaintiff, against lly virtue of a judgment of tlioGarranl Cornelius Petrey, aged 21, nnd Mifs Circuit Court, U its April Special term, t in every seven men aboard, has been given up for Annie Russell, just 15, were married last PattleTerrlll, Ac , Defendants years she lias been a 1SD2, in the above styled suit, I will ANDlly vlrtueofa judgment of the Garrard Circuit sense, encouraging us in our ambitions, lost. father, night at the home of tho bride's Court at lt february term, SS91, til the a.iove M)lel Mrs. W. J. Carson, of Bellevue, was enjoying our successes and comforting ult, I will on Mr J. R. Russell. On Mny 23, 1892, us in sorrows; in fact making our home probably fatally injured by the accidentVon Grenigan and Miss Lyd-l- a Albert 15, 1892, At m. or thereabout, (being tho first the dearest place on earth. But it is all al discharge of a gun in her husband's Schapfer, both formerly of Switzerday of the Mny term, 18!.'., of tho Garnml At it o'clock n. m or thereatout, sell to the hleh-The happy home is broken and hands. over. land, were married Saturday at the bidder at public outcry at the late homestead of county court) sell to the highest bidder at The Miesipsippi river continues to Also a complete line of Mattings neither light nor hope appears. Joy has public outcry before the door groom's father's, near here. lowing Tract! of Land and Town Property, vlr rise and 15,000 acres of land are under in Lancaster, Kjr , tho following describfled, Married, at tho residence of Mr. and Oil Cloths. Tract No. containing nj Acres, upon wnicn ed water around Natchez, Miss. The levees lot, situated in tho town of LnncaMcr, "Ami all that U left of the bright, bright dream, there is an elegant new twieilory brick dwelling-hnu- i. Tharp, of this city, by Rev. W. E. Arwith cikhI iiiitbiilldinzs and splendid Im Garrard county, Ky., on the cant side of With ltf thousand brilliant pliaw.-"are still intact. In addition, we can show you a provement! of ll kinds tin; public squaro of said town: nold, Mr. Samuel L. Leslie, of Nelson Is a handful of Uust In a coffln hid, a contains 150 The Countess Clancarty, who was raci new line of Lace Curtains at 75c Tract No.. 3 contain! H7V icrea. Lot So. 1, upon which was lately a county, to Miss Eliza Shipp. Acres. In a cotlln under the daisies." Belle Bilton, the music hall singer, has se occupied as a drug store by The three Iracti will be first ofltrwl separately Mr. Byron Allin, formerly of pair up. bld accepted and then ns a whole and tho bid or E. W. Llllard. "Sister Kate" is dead! These are broken into English society by buying was nvwt money that will reallre the but now living in Texas, Lot No. 'J, upon which was lately a Al at the name time and place the following 6ad words indeed to the writer, who and running a Owing to the success of our married Thursday to Miss Sallio Water-fi- l, occupied by Logan it Jlrower. Iota Iu Klrksvllle, Madison county, Ky Lot No. A. O. Huffman, of Hart county, ......... ....v knew his brother's wife so well, and 7 rtwew. M(wu lOlllill4lll undivided interest In Lot The of Lawrenceburg, at the home of the dwelling house lth good Im apleudld Xo. 3, upon which there is a each thought of the departed one carries delegate elect to the Republican Nation- bride. e provements 01 an kinus. ' there Is now occupied by R. E. Multobcrta as a Acre, upon Lot No, a coutalus to his heart a pang of grief that is ex al Convention, has been arrested for house. a large drug store. CHURCH AFFAIRS. tremely hard to bear. Coining to Ken- opening registered letters. : Ui No. 3 co.ita.uswillAcre. j be made on a credit ol 6 Terms The sale Three men entered a sleeper at tho did 10 years ago, and entertucky as he I will also on and u mo.ilhs, the purchaser being required to ex Rev. W. E. Arnold will preach at ecute bond with approved ecurlty. iyaLlo totne ing this family at tha early age of 15, C. S. depot, at Lexington, and relieved McKendree next Sunday morning and l.n. I.... .In. r.rru ntul fliet Sister Kate was to him a mother, a sla- an old man named Jolly, from Pittsburg, night. of a Judgment, . upon which execution mny Issue ir Thursday. May 1892, .. ..j: ... v... titer. ANDnot paia at maturity, anuit... umi, u j'" fun ....... ter and an nil. No mother ever looked Pa., of $120 and a gold watch. meeting The Woman's Missionary est from day of sale until paid and with u lien re- At 11 a.m. sell to tho highest bidder at Miss Lizzie Rice, a young lady in tained upon tho property as JJlV.?n2c,Uni!-public outcry on tho premises tho followon her son with a kinder feeling, no for the Lexington district will bo held R. A jllKN3ll.it.. thupurchas-- money. ing Tracts of Laud, lying on tho waters of vwm... mother ever did more to add to the Boone county, set fire to her clothing atNicholasville, June 24th. .Master v.omr viiiiimu l)x Itivur. in Lincoln county, Ky.: of her offspring than did with suicidal intent, in a fit of despondpleasure -- Rev. Ben Helm began a protracted Tn.A,c7 J0, 1i,W)"t'niK fa) Acres, up. this godly woman for him who was then ency, and was burned to death. U a good two story meeting at Rowlaud Sunday night, HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT. on which thero good outbuildingsdwelling house, with Two negroes, L. D. Slnughter and which will continue during tho week. a mere orphan. There are many women and splendid improvements of all kinds. who would no doubt have looked upon Thomas Bailey, were hung at Little He will be assisted by the various preach- Last week, we have concluded to beloiiirmg to TkactXo. 2, containing 1(51 Acres. Houio and Lot I him na an Intruder in her household, Rock, Ark., Friday; Slaughter for killing ers here. continue the same for this week. the offer for tent theGaines Craig, and adjoining Terms: These sales will be inado on a estate of Capt. Manforu, this was dear Sister Kate's his mistress and Bailey for killing a pedDr. J II. Otvsley, on Hustonville street. necessary credit of 0, 12 and H months, but far from A resolution was presented before Don't forget the place of the in equal Ky. Ithasrlghttooms, good well and nature. She was too good, too geuerous, dler. th. purchaser being required outhouses. the Methodist Episcopal General pM.McROIIBRTSA?tnt Ky. to execute bonds with approved security, Wiley Rodgers, the prince of moontoo lovely for that and it was with a Stanford, ,3 K that members of tho Methodist payable to tho Mastor Commissioner, havwarm and full heart that she welcomed shiners, was captured in Metcalfe coun- church can not belong to ing tho force and effect of a judgment, U. S. Marshal Beaven. He ty by Deputy him to her fireside. 'litis upon which execution may issuo if not organizations without violating their 1 WILL MAKE paid at maturity, nud bearing 0 per cent. generosity has again and agaiu been hsB been wanted by the government for faith. -Interest from day of sale until paid, and evinced and for instance only a few years. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, PHOTOS CABINET with alien retained upon tho proporty as r Hon. William O'Connell Bradley, P. J. Becker, thfe collector of when a littlo niece had been years ago, additional security for tho payment of tho in the Fmm now till May ijth getff a big send-of- f ioo uie Covington, according to tho figures of of Kentucky, left motherless, purchase money. Sunday. The paThe amount by one, cared for it, cheribhed it and tho committee' which investigated his New York Tribune of little AT : 1.99 : PER : DOZEN. Including coils,to be raioed 51. these sales, per devotes a column and a half of is $11,092 was to it what she wa3 to the writer, a accounts, is short about $55,000, A U my regular price. Come no Ilememuer tj It, A. ItuitNsiUB, Master Coin'r, ago he said his accounts were all praise to tho republican leader of Kenadvantage of the lo rates. beautiful, loving ami affectionate mother, j Stanford, Ky. Garrard Circuit Court. Manager. and taU A. J. KARP, Stanford. tucky. During Sister Kate's Illness, it was the right. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJquknal P. WALTON. THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. writer's pleasure to frequently visit her bedside and the christian fortitude sho Notevidenced was beautiful indeed. withstanding her frame was wrecked with misery, sho was ever patient and no murmur escaped those dear lips that are now stilled In death. It was a sad blow to the husband no words cau express his irreparable loss no tongue can tell how his heart aches for his departed helpmeet. May the good Lord soften the deathly blow ho has received and may each day bring him closer to the belief that "He doeth all things well." There is not n spark of doubt in the writer's mind but whatdear Sister Kate's s Mil is in the hands of Him who gavo it, truly a child of God in every for bIio particular, but tho sad thought that wo will see her no more in llesh is what ciuses the heavy aching hearts of those who knew and loved her so well. E. C. W. This is what one who knew her says of hen Mr. V. P. Walton's many friends in and out of the newspaper profession will be pained by the announcement of the death, this morning, of his wife. Modest and retiring, as hecometh a woman, Mrs. Walton's circlo of friends and acquaintances was not so broad as her husband's, but those who have entered the charmed precinct of their home life, enjoyed its ample but unostentatious hospitality and caught something of its perfect peace, were not long in realizing that one was the complement of the other and each an equal part of the harmonious whole. Though unblessed by offspring of their own, Mr. and Mn. Wa ton were ardently attached to an adopted daughter, who remains to comfort the bereaved husband. Mrs. Walton was a woman of handsome person, a cultivated mind, great amiability and She charming sweetness of manners. was in the prime of a benutiful life and the announcement of her death adds to sorrow the shock of surprise. Emmett G. Logan in Louisville Times. W.-accom-nlishe- DON'T BEAS THIS, WANTED. Five Thousand Ladies & Gentleman from Stanford all-nig- ht Mul-van- e, This Week THIS nor tatffi&tttw w, Spring & Summer Goods Louisville Store, JUST RECEIVED, CLOTHING 9 This Week Only. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. d. Immense b... Line PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER A. R. single-thoughtedne- SHIRTS. Drugs and Paints, Oils, & Stationery. ToiletArticles Glass, Books, JEWEIaRX WATCHES, CLOCKS & east-boun- trans-continent- pe FARRIS & HARDIN, - CARPET Staple & Fancy Groceries Just Received a Eeautiful Line Commissioner's Sale Chamber Sets and Lamps. Commissioner's Sale. e, Elegant Patterns -- X.4 help-mee- LOW PRICES. Wednesday, Juno 1 Monday, ll.. et court-hotip- o , 1 m liar-rodshur- g, store-hou- race-hors- e. store-hotiM- S 1 ono-ha- lf one-stor- y store-hoii'-- Special DlntTiing lo-slor- y -., -- I 26th, y Shoe Sale 15-l- u w- - A Con-feren- oath-boun- d warm-hearte- d Leaders iu Low Prices, - ox-ta- ier -- :" , few-day- s J O.-- J. oj-i- y' 20-t- d h - Tf 4A Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., New link ol Zelplur bIiocb just received tit S. II. Shanks'. Fon Rent. Four rooms in the Commercial Hotel. All fronting Main street M. J. A. Chaitell requests us to Bay that the charge, that he will use his influence if elected police judge of Rowland to unite Stanford and that place, is without j 1! 8TANFOHD, The weather has been pretty chilly for the slightest foundation. In other words, a few days, but it was warmer and show- it is a lie, manufactured out of whole FOR THIS WEEK. Plants of all kinds, early cnbbngonnd ery yesterday. cloth. tomatoes. O.J. Newland. K.c.WALTON.Bus.Manager Twenty five dozen assorted Towels in Muck, Knotted Fringe and Tun ladies held their exchange iu Jesse Cook went over to Lexington Satin finish; all on Oaiiinkt photographs at Harp's at Judge Carson's store, Saturday, and had Saturday and returned Sunday with his $1.1H) per dozen up till May 15. MEANS BUSINESS. a very successful day. brother, Johnny, who ran nway some 9 mm four weeks ago. The youth worked a Wall papku and ptiinta at W. Ii. Mc- - New and novel assortment of Glass Col. Bill Fobteii bought of John An- while at Somerset KouertH. ware just received at A. A. Warren's. and then went to Lexderson n lot on Crab Orchard street for ington, where ho Enouavino beautifully and artistically ran out of money Rnd And when goods are placed there they must be sold. dono at A. U. I'enny'fl. Youh wnMi is out of repair. Tako it 5050. Somerset Reporter. was finally placed In the station-housBuy your hooks and school supplies of to Dunks, the Jeweler, at Mclloberta' 9 The best White and Neglige Shirt ever offered for 50 cents. A lot of" all kimlH from A. It. Penny. See James Fryo at Hustonville and A slight change of schedule wont inIjuidruth Gnrltn Seed, in drug Btoro. FnKflii Renfrew Ginghams at Sc. A lot of Hamburg Edgings at 10c, unsell F. M. Ware atMcKinney before you to e licet on this division of the L. A N. papers ami in bulk, tit W. B. McKob-ftt- s. " Special Attention piven to the col- your wool. A. T. Xunnelley. surpassed. A lot of Gloria Tissues at 10c, worth 20c. Sunday. No 'Jo, thu south bound night Havk your watch, clock and joweiry lection of all noted and uccounts by Sam Pinevillk will have n town election train passes nt 12:23 A. m.. instead of 1:13 repaired at A. U. Penny's. All work N. Menefee. train, pass in which the issue will bo licens- a.m. and 20, the warranted. esnt2:5lA. m , instead of 2:33 a. m, eulooiiB versus "blind tigers." Fon Bent. IloiiHt) and lot on upper ed KicMRMiiKtt thatall silverware, watches. 9 Tliero is no change in the day trains. rinRs, Ac, bought at A. K. Benny's will Main. Hsh 8 rooms, good well and cisWe have too many and must move them. 9 bo engraved free of charge. Now that it is warm our Bpring wraps tern. B. G. Gover. Mr. R. C. Warren tells us that the and jackets are Helling fast. Come early We have added to our stock a new line of Crepons in colors and We have more funs and umbrellas if you would get choice. Severance A Wayne Circuit Court was nn unusually PERSONAL POINTS. black and a line of French Diagal Whip Cords, the newest and best dull one and that there were no cases of than can he seen anywhere elbo and at Son. Ma. Ueoiiuk Val'oiian is quite ill of a prices importance on the docket savo that of 9 m Cords on the market. that defy competition. Severance complication of troubles. Attention, Ladies and Gents. Come B. Shock Bell for killing his brother inA Son. Mil. and Mils. Ho Oahtbu are spendto our cheap table this week for towels, law, Gregory. Bell, who was represent A good stock of Straw Hats and a new line of Men's Shoes in Low ing a few days in Louiavillu . Do you want to buy watches, clocks, shirts, shoes, ginghams, challies, Ac, Ac ed by Messrs. Warren and Sail Hey, was Cuts, Kangaroo and Light Calf for Summer. V. Tate and Mrs. a H. I'nlno joweiry or silverware at a reduction ? Go J. S. Hughes. Mus. acquitted. The citizens are very much went to Louisville yesterday. to Danks, the Jeweler, nt McRoberts' elated over the discovery of a new oil Everybody will do well by coming to see us. Thk Carpenter Houso is receiving a well. It is situated not far from the one Mihs Fox ik 1'knninoton, of Middles-boro- , drug Btore. much needed coat of paint. Jeppe Ramis with the Misses Alcorn. found some time ago and oil is said to I am agent of the Lexington Steam sey is the artist nnd he Is making it as M. Salinokk was up yesterday to help gush copiously from it. Laundry and mn prepared to laundry "yaller" as a buttercup. the boys in the Loulsvillo Store. AlAt a meeting of the prohibitionists ai M. Gano, of Dallas, Tex., was lace curtains at reasonable prices. Gen. It. A tet dog nt Crawfordsville, Ind., thecouit-hous- e, yesterday. Dr. G. A. hero a fow Uays, tlm guest of relatives. bert Severance. ate all the llesh oil" of the face of a Traylor wna made chairman and J. II. Mitw Sue Bayne, au ElUnbethtown Some rnncal, who no doubt did not child. Let tliia bo a warning to Collier, secretary. The following delebeauty, is the guest of Mrs. W. E. Hi- know what he was doing, shot into Mr. the lovers of the poodle. gates were selected to attend the State lls. "ete Hampton's house a few nights ago. Mn. J. T. Waller la running a pas- Fortunately the ball's range was too low Ruckeii. of the Somerset Re- Convention at Louisville, June 1 and 2: Editor senger engine on this division at pres- to do damage. porter, who waa recently assaulted by T. Mc. Holmes, A. W. Carpenter, A. H. ent. Tom Scott, charges tho mayor and police Bastin, J. 11. Collier, M. M. Early, J. T. The Times printed n splendid cut of with complicity in tho mutter and rakes O'Hair, A.C. Carman, C. E. Powell. J. Mim. On. J. M. Owens is visiting her mother at McKinuey. Somerset Repub- our friend, Dr. Hawkins Brown, ol Hus- them over the coala for it. He rIbo Q. Montgomery, Dr. G. W. Bronauph. tonville, who read a splendid paper be handles the city council without gloves. A. W. Carpenter wns made county lican. chairman for the ensuing year nnd was Wu Dillion. of Billion, was iu town fore the State Medical Society in LouisAnd we can show as nice an assortment as the people have ville, lost week. JosErn Gosskniirimer, a clock ped- also made secretary and treasurer. Sunday. dler, was arrested by O. J. Newland FriMies MaooikTuckkk, of the Maywood Mn. Chab. Dunn is wearing n pair of day for selling his good3 without a liIn the county court yesterday tavern htia been the guest of Mien vicinity, spectacles that have been in use over cense. He was taken beforo Judge Car- licenses were granted to Thomas Dalton Pearl Phillips. 100 yours. They were the property of House, Stanford, for the Carpenter son, who fined him 53, but on Miss Maiitiia Paxto.v Hoot Accompaan nged nunt of his uud were presented taking out a license, which cost Wentherford A Brown, at Hustonville, nied Minn Lett to Helm to bur homo in to him years ngo. and M. C. Vnnderpool, nt Crab Orchard. him $10, the fine was remitted. Diinvillu yesterday. All Styles and Colors of The will of Willis Whitley, colored, was 9 Mini Annie Bacoiiman returned with Wool. 100,000 pounds wanted and n A Somerset young lady is quite anxi- otlered for probate, but continuetl for her friend, Mits Uzziu Dunn, to Dan- higbi'ht cosh market price. Will have ous that a hugging society be organized content. The. wills of William Innis nnd ville, Friday, and Is her guest. nuents at Paint Lick, Lancaster, Mc- at that place and has sent to the Repub- S. W. Given, Sr, were piobated. Mr. Mn. CiiAULEa II. Hones, of Danville, Kinuey and HiiHtonville. See them lican a paragraph from a Missouri paper Givens devisetl to his wife for life 180 mntlidati-- for district delegate, was here yon sell. A. T. Xutinelloy. concerning a successful one that is being ncres of laud, including the homestead, Home-Spun- s. yesterday and mot with warm support. carried on in that State. The average nnd some Mock, funning 11tons.il!, Ac. We desire to say to our customers Mm. James Fish, of Crab Orchard, has get suilicicnt hugging without Ttie residue of the fnrn is given to the girl can been thu guest of Mrs Dr. J. G. Carpen- wIiobu accounts are pnst duo that while going to the trouble of getting up a six youngest children and the rest 0 the ter nnd horBons, Bernoy ami Ivan Fish. we have Ihhhi very lenient in tho past, to secure It and the young lady to estate divided equally among bis chil Barbour-vill- a the time has now come when we must Ml ISllkn G. Tinsley, ii whom the Republican refers Iseither ex- dren, after charging eoiuendvuncemeatiS bounty, pntwod thruugli on Sunday's have- our money. Prompt payments will tremely unfoitunato or is very hard to George C. Givens, S. W. GlveiiF, Jr., and southbound train from n trip to Louis- save cost. Sine A Menefee. satisfy. Let her come to Stanford. G. L. Surber qualified as executors. Y MAY 10. 1892 K. & Oamfohnia peaches below cost at B. II. Wenren's. m F.EIkln. SPECIALTIES t m m j m Our : Cheap : Counter, ?' J e. to-d- ay north-boun- d A Special Sale in GENTS' PANTS. m m J. S. HUGHES. 1: . m m two-year-- old SPRING CLOTHING I 4 OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE, Goesen-beimer- 's Ever Seen in Stanford. m m he-o- re Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. so-cie- K Y The candidates for police judge of How grateful to the eor of the grief Walton, of Atlanta, came Rowland, Messrs. J. A. Cbuppell nnd KiNosviLLE. The new hotel is nearly up to attend thu burial of the. (lend nnd Willis Barnett, made the welkin ring complete and Mrs. Pennybaker, the pro- stricken is every word of sincere svmpa-thand how dear to the heart is any give what consolation ho could to thu with oratory at that place Saturday prietress, will move Into it in n few days. living. Mrs. Sopha Martin, of Alabama, is the token of appreciation of one's feelings niehL. Both gentlemen nre proud of I A Mn. and Miw. JokS. Jo.nui, of their etlbrts, as well as the votes their gueBt of her brother, Mr. W. L. McCar- in'an hour of his darkest calamity of the hand Sunday to seu his pa- speeches made. camo ty. Earnest Smith was thrown from n word, a stronger pressure rents. Mm. Jones will remain several The best Chilled Plow made. Texas pony a few days ngo and badly and even a look of condolence la like Evehy democrat should make it a crippled. Threo young couples from balm to the wounded spirit and makes weeks. Mold-BoarPatent Point. No strain on point-bolt- ; made of Mn. J. O. Shield, agent for the Buck- point to attend theinim convention here this place attended church at Pleasant one feel better for his race. During his Braced the best material. eye, pold ouo binder and two mow era next Saturday. There la an overwhelmPoint, Sunday, and on returning the atlliction the editor has received so many yesterday. Look out for hia "ad." in a ing Cleveland sentiment in this county mules to their wagon ran away, turning tokens of friendship and love and he guarantImprovements. and the people should see that none but the wagon over and throwing the occu- and bis loved one been the recipieut of Has few days. Mini Dollik Williams, of the Jessa- those who are favorable to his nomina pants to the ground with terrific force. o many kindnesses, in many cases mine Female Inititute, camo over Fri- tion shall be placed on gunrd. Several of the young people were pain- where he had no reason to expect them, References: J. H. McAlister, D. B. Stagg, J. 13. McKinney, gratitude incapable of be day nnd was the guest of Mrs. C. II. WillSiiankb, of this place, but attend- fully hurt. The wagon was thoroughly that he feels a furnishes Wm. Beck, Chas. Dawes, Jeff Hill, ltawen Givens, Frank Hayden, Tate's. Paine, nt Mr. W. P. ing college at Danville, is down with an- demolished. Misses Willie and Ida Mor- ing expressed in words. It Mollis Carrier, John Cash, E. H. Jones, Jas. Bibb, A. C. Cowan, H.. B. the only bright spot in his dreary surMus. C. II. Paine arrived Friday to other attack of poetic fever. His latest gan are down with typhoid fever. For sale by visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. P. etTusion appears in the Mt. Vernon Sig- M. White has traded to E. P. Faulconer, roundings and makes him love bis fel- - C. Drye, Bowen Gover, Geo. Benedict, etc. Tate. She is looking splendidly and is nal and is christened "Tho Winter of Danville, his farm of OS acres for a lot lowmau as he never did before. IK, Mo W1ESAH1E1Ndelighted with her new home. Wind " It isn't a very long poem, but of horse slock. Wai- Fine line of toilet soaps at A. 9 d Piioi'. Fkank Walton hua been that doesn't matter a grent deal. Hustonville Items. The residence of ren's Model Grocery. to his room by illness for several days. His chair at the "Prep." has been Thieves made a raid on Mr. F. Reid's Mr. J. M. Cook caught fire Thursday Mn. Yonun Poionard, of Spencer, was Advocate. smoke-houssupplied by Prof.Grinatead. one night last week and and for a while it looked as if it would hero yesterday. Miss ''Maiiy Boo" McUoiikrts will took therefrom 10 middlings and 13 old bo consumed. There were no mnle perThe Louisville Times' picture was a Lice, Itcli, Kills Ticks Cures Scab give n birthday party Wednesday to her hams. A few nights before Mr. Reid's sons on the place, but the young ladies libel on the handsome physiognomy of little friends. The little lady will celo- - big oull dog was shot nnd it is evident fought It like trained firemen nnd final Dr. Steele Bailey. brute her fourth birthday on that occa- thnt-tha- t net was merely a prelude to ly got the fire under control. Ab usual, Danville will draw a good miny of j.he n defective flue was tho trouble. sion. the steal. Tills is the third our citizens into her borders during tho council a few weeks ago appropriated present week Thursday to see John GeoiuikT. Faiikis, of London, and A. breaking-int- o in tho last week or so. money for the purposo of setting out llobinBon's show and Friday to see the 9 9 J. Fish, of Mt. ernon, mentis nml paThis will be sad news to some of our maple trees on each side of Main btreet. I. .1.8 wipo up the earth with the base and beat," were trons of the "cheapest renders, who expected to get a little cool The work has been done nnd when the passengers on Friday's south-bounball rlub at that place. cash out of tho Fisher estate: ''In re- trees grow larger will help tho appearAnd the wool better. Dip your Sheep just after shearing. train. The State Medical Society, which sponse to thousands of inquiries from the ance as well as add comfort to the citizens Mu. Geo. D. Weaiien received a letter met in Louisville last week, of ono of the capital of the West End. Mrs. from Mr. U. G. Hail Sunday stating that United States regarding the estate its officers for the ensuing year. They Two and a half gallons of Dip to 100 gallons of water will dip 150 ville. M.T. It. M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS.' y Liw-retu-obur- g, The Vulcan Chilled Plow, d, Latest eed, Satisfaction con-line- e, smoke-bous-- e Makes Your Sheep Healthier Sheep. Slreep OiP and and MoSlIITlTE.GO TO. - Bo & Wo - d his wife hud bad the operation performed and Unit she was getting on remarkably well. says that Mia The Courier-Journa- l Jean Bucbunan has returned (roajjjur Baron Fisher, who had been advertised to have many heirs iu this country, the American legation at Berlin nnnounces the estate to be entirely mythical " V Babe Ball. The Intekiok Journals three months' sojourn at Naples, Flown. will play the Danville base ball club on She was Accompanied by her sister, Mrs. their grounds Friday afternoon next and John A. llaldeman. tho Danvillea will play a return game Joe C. Jonks, of this place, but now a here on Tuesday following. These will Btudentof Central University, was com- not be league games, but good playing plimented by being made vnledictoriau may bo expected. The books are not of his class, which comprises 18 young yet open, but it's dollars to doughnuts men, besides himself. This is an honor on tne I. J's. worthily bestowed. Snakes. A dog belonging to Mr. J. Mu. J. Ii. Ma mis, of the Homestead, Lexington, was hero yesterday and paid G. Lynn killod a black snake over five His new enter- feet longa fewdaya ngo. On cutting the us a pleasant call. prise is meeting with great buccess, but snake opjn It was found to contain a not more than it deserves. Mr. J. L. garter snake two feet long nnd another Anderson, of the Lancaster Record, was of a variety ho did not know. Whllo plowing John Newland's lot in the lownlo Interviewing our people. The following persons from n distauco er end of town, a colored man unearthed came to attend the funeral of Mrs. W. threo largo black snakes, all wrapped around each other and making n ball P. Walton: John G. Pulliam, B. F. Poteot, Harrodsburg; nearlv as round and larger than a foot Mrs. Hannah Rev. W. Y. Sheppard and Profs. J. B. ball. nnd J. F. Waltou, Danville; Mrs. Bub The entertainment to be given by the. Fnrrls, Lancaster; Misses Sallio nnd Kate ladies of Trinity Episcopal church, DanCook, Hustonville; Mr. and Mrs. J. B ville, nt Walton's Opera House next FriIluirinan, Lexington; Mrs. Mary Dunn, day night, 13th, promises to be n real and Miss Bettie Paxton, Louisville; Dr. treat in itself and all who attend nre L. F. Hutfmnn, Lexington. Mint tliev will not onlv be nmulv entertained, but have tho consciousness CITY AND VICINITY. that they have aided in a good cause.!' L. M. Lasley is assessing city prop- Tho money ia to help pay for n rectory! erty. Let's all go and help the struggling littlef " church. Admission 50 cent; children! German millet seed for salo at J. B. under 12 half price. "oster'B. Po-tee- birthday Thursday. She lias almost en dent; Dr. Steele Bailey, of Stanford, sectirely recovered from her recent severe retary, and Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, of Lanillness nnd bids fair to live to see several caster, treasurer. Tho meeting was more birthdays. The farmers are about both plenHant and profitable. through planting corn iu this section and an unusually largo acreage Is being NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. used for that cereal. Wheat Is looking extraordinarily well for this time of the year. FOR RENT. I America Bailey will celebrato her 90th are Arch Dixon, of Henderson, presi- BEOS. 9 Highway Rohuery. Richard Robin pile, 4 milci from Stanford. K SVb-o&- BS W. H. Miller, 70 A. JL HIT AXUEUBHT "Model Grocery" for t, roil in - I son, of tho Preacheravillo vicinity, came to town Friday and bad a warrant Issued for Robert Land, of Rowland, for highDEALER IN way robbery. The circumstances are as follows: Robinson nnd Land made a Ami Country Produce, trade and in the trade Land got a mulo Ha j opened his itock of good and Is ready 10 serve Stanford and which ho afterwards found was as blind the peoplu ofof ltargalni nndictnlty, He is offerall who want tood ing unheard Land claims that Robinson ixl at thelowe't possible price thould call on ninbat. on Logan Aenue, near Lancaster pike. 10 Represented the mulo to bo sound him (.ml since he discovered that he cannot MISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, see he wanted Robinson to either lake Malcer the mulo back or pay for his deficiency Corner Main and Depot Streets, insight. This Robinbon. refused to do Kentucky. and when Land saw him drive through Stanford, Rowland Friday he decided to. make Has just received a handsome line of Spring and him do one or tho other and proceeded Summer Millinerytoand invites her Iriouds and the chaice. call in and get rirgenerally to relievo him of his hcr&e nnd buggy to fuliliL Ilonnetn trimmed in thu latest styl hy use ns boot on tho trade. Robinson did must artistic Iiauds. not like this and refused point blank to used his give up his turnout, s.ink as n nersuasion and Robinson am Agent for the Celebrated thought the chances were ngainst him Deering : Harvesting : Company, and complied with his request. I rame- - And offer their Machines to the people of Lincoln Their Hinders aie unexcelled and their dlately after this Kobinson came to town county. and Mowers stand the highest of any in Keapers stated. Tho trial wns the market. Alto keep all kinds of rUturvson and did ns above hand, tee me before purchasing. Office at First Bet for Tuesday and Land wbb held over National Hank. J. H. 11AUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. iS.tm till then in ?200 bond. C. D. FOWKLE,, N. Y. Seed General -:- Merchandise, Potatoes, Red and White Onion Sets, Landreth's and Ferry's Garden Seeds in Balli and Packages; also Hoes and Raltes. Milliner and Dress ----- Do You Need a Wagon ? ts- -t aud To Farmers, 1 V. k - CALL AT J. B. FOSTER'S Car-loa- d And examine the Studebaker. just received. 'vr3 .. T M- - ift "6iK1jfVMa: f'5 c.r;,?," r "" II. T. NOEL Ita Candidate forCircuit Judge In the 13th subject to the action of the democratic party. Dit-trict, L tt Ho was Jim among tho boya, Jccms tc his grandfather, Jimmy to his mother, James to his father and "bub" to his Published Evory Tuesday and Friday sisters. Ho thought if tho time over Ar-- Sa would bo Mr., thero PJSRYKAK INADVAXCK. camo when hohappiness beyond. could bo no greater His father overlooked him, his mother When not to paid $2.50 will be charged."SW coddled him, his sisters snubbed him, but thero ciuno n day when ho had his K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. revenge. Tho day was like am other ordinary Train nave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at 3: la P. m. day to tho rest of tho world, but to our L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. James it was tho dawning of a uew era. Mill tram goms North ti ao pm If anvbody has said that before tho South 134pm writer forgives them. .11 15 am Exprest train " South Tho family wero seated at tho break" " " North i4jm 6joatn fast table, when James plunged down Local Freight North ......513pm stairs, opened the door of tho breakfast South. The latter trains alto carry pattengert. on standard time. Solar room and throw this bomb in among The above it calculated them; time it about ao minutet fatter. "There's a man iu tho house! QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. "Goodness gracious mo!" gasped his mother, running to hide in tho china Trains pats Junction City as follows: Southbound: No. 5 at a 3S a. m.; No a, closet. p.m.; No. 1, 3.0; p. m; No. 3, local, arrlvetat "Where is he?'' gasped the sisters, no: p. m. North Bound: N'o S leaves at vio a. m I No. a crawling under tho table. No. a at -. 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A Btan In the House. Dr M. L Bourne, the druggist, desires us to publish the following testimony, at he handles the remedy and believes It to be reliable "I bought a 5oc bottle of Chamberlain 1 Pain Balm and applied have loen nfllicted with It to my limbt, whl'-rheumatism at internals for ono year At the time Halm I wat unable to walk. I I boucht the Pain can truthfully say that I'atn Halm has completely .Mr cured me. K U ntiywoou, Kan A II Cox, the Icadintr druggist at Holy wood. vouches for the truth of tlieabove statement. Strayad . tion trading to her recovery ao MRS. MARY GRAYilEAL.. DR. J. A. AMOXT, Office oppotite Coffey House, From my farm near Highland on Monday, May a, a BLACK MARK, lull breast and neck, about seven cart eld and h.-i-t brewn spot above each eye. Had a hatter on Will pay liberally for informa- Stanford, to 6m - - Kentucky, I JOHN W. HUGHES thlttlie tion of the world lor cuts, brunts The stockholders of the llustonille & CarpenI will deliser Ice every morning; in Stanford and B. -.ores, ulccrt, talt rheum, feter tores, tetter, chapters Crwk Turnpike will meet at Weathi-rlonl'ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup Hotel, Hustons, ille, on May 14, 189a, fur Rowland at one cent per pound or sixty cents per It a Candidate for Congress In the Ith Congrespiles, or no pay requir- the purpose of ctcctinga directory for thceniuliig hundred. All account! due latt of each week. tiont and poumely cures r sional District of Kentucky, subject Iu the action JAMK8P. HUM!, S.POVVI ITCMUt'Ml. ed. It is guaranteed to ?i. perfect satitfactioc, J ear. o 3t Stanford, Ky. of the Democratic party Trice 1$ centt per boa. or money refunded Ky. For tale by A R. Penny, Stanford, The best sslve in . Bucklln's Arnica Salvo. Turnpike Election. tt-t- ICE I ICE I ts a Candidate lor Comfuonwealtli't Attorney In 13th Judicial District, subject to the acthe Democracy Gov. James McCrcary Wm.Timmont, postmaiterol Idaville, Indiana, "Electric Bitters has done more for me writes that had thin all other medicines combined, fortrouble.' feeling arising from kidney and liver stockman, of tame place, John Leslie, farmer and the best to says' "Kind Electric Bitters me befeel like anewv and liver medicine, made man-- " J, W Gardner, hardware merchant, same town, tayt "Electric Bitters it I list the thing for man who it all run down and don't care whetha er he lives or dies J he found new strength, Rood appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on hie. Only jc a bottle at A. R. Penny's drug store. . kid-ne- Happy Hooelers DR. W. B. PENNY, THE SHELTOH HOUSE. ROWLAND, KY. This House hat been refitttd throughout; hat Dentist. tide Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Office South J. S. OWSLEY, 1 JR., Is a Candidate for ComironweaHh't Attorney, tub action of the Democratic parly, la any udicial District to which Incoln county may bo assigned A LIVERY ATTACHED. Dealer In Transient custom solicited Vloiy J. V CARRIKR, Prop. Foreign and Domestic Fruits, Confectioneries, c A-- HOTEL AND SALOON AT ROWLAND 3:46 local :oa. m p. m. ; No 6, 1:07 p. in ; and "D-o-n-- 't bo GONSTflPATSON and other bowel complaints cured and prevented by the prompt use of They Ayer's Cathartic Pills regulate the liver, cleanse the stomach, &, digestion. Dr. J. O. Ayer Lowell, Mass. and greatly assist Co h lil wHk$ Office A. S. PRICE. SURGEOy DENTIST. on Main ttreet, over W. B McRobertt Drug Store, Stanftrd. refusal." R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. scornfulany rato you MANAGERS, didn't expect it. "At You wero so confident of your power to Commerce Building, Louisville. DENTIST. charm that you did not dream I micjht Agents throughout the South When Baby was sick, tre gaTe ber Caatoria. It moving to the Higgins office, Lancatter street. object, Geor'o Haukinson, your conNitrous Oxide Gas given for pninlrss extracting. When he was a Child, aho cried for Castoria. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ceit needs a little taking down. Women nie not won by condescending to honor When she became Mlas, dho clung to Castoria, "W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Atjont, M. CRAIG, them with your preference. You have When tho had Children, alio jraTe them Ca4torla DR. STANFORD. KY. observed them to very littlo purpose if Homeopathic Physician, you think they are all crazy to marry - -- - KENTUCKY. the first man that comes along and STANFORD, 1 deigns to mako them an offer. If this Some of the Grand Army boysII may be Inteiested . Office Hours' 10 to ta a. m, .; to 3 p. m.; 8 to esperienco shall bo tho of reliov in 111c- r.tl r.H. r.,. ... inn.- A II I' lUllulYUJ,, iiwti It. . ". Uepl cnn. ai.uja, iic "!?. ...,.' in you 01 SOUIO OI your ineffable Self ' Office on Lancaster street, oppotite i ? .. r"T,f"- " Highest cash market price paid complacency anu pumping into vour nsre jinn 'Stewart, .enu.) and t. hamberlaln's icugn remesystem a littlo wholesorao sense, and" dy has been the only medicine that has done any for o danger from whoopini;coui:li Coughs and Reports from many who uted it confirm this ttate-meJellico Goal Co I'hey were not only quickly relieved, but ihe disease left no bad after retultt. We ask you Minert and thippert of the GENUINE tn iriv this remedy a trial anu we guarantee tnat you will besatitfied with remits, or the purchase It has no equal in La will be relunded price Grippe, or any Throat, Chet or Lung trouble Trial bottles ireo at A U. Penny's Drug Store. Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford and Large bottles joe and $1. Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and railroad crossing, Refreshing Retreats. 6 H1GGINS AJWATTS are fast approaching ami now is Summer days that excursionists, pleasure-seeke- their and the time sum' .hmilit nirurnuut a route for I mer vacation. In thilng so, the delightfully rool aud fithing resorts located along the summer Central Llnescome vividly to view, anions: ..1.1.1. ..,.. 1.V1. IjiUr. Ill . Lake Via. III.. Muck- Waupa-ewanairo, Waukesha, Cellar l.ake, Neotiah, W Iscou n Is. Ft field. Bettemut and Ashland. the center in the corporate limits o Rowland sin has within tho List five year become hunters of attraction tor more pleasure seekers Union, ami and 6 H. I. DARST. Rowland than any other Mate In tho fishermen each visit increase the desire to again seethe breathe the balsam .fragrance charmltis landscape, A G Lanharo that is a part 01 the Invigorating atmosphere, wan- John II. Cattleman ami der through tho colonnades w of stately pinesfly beautW- -i Ith a hand made honk tho speckled For pamphlets containing valuablo 1information, True to the Artistic Instinct. A., T. S. PATTY. I). etc., apply to "I had hoped for a different answer, a inmiaiiiA'ic.i, .run. Mabel." said the young man, with a bitJAS. C l'U.MJ, uenerai 111. , terness and chagrin ho took no pains to Ageut, Chicago, every neighborhood throughout the In almost conceal. or more persont whose there It "1 daro say!" was tho mocking re W'etl have beentome one by Chamberlain's Colic, taved livet joinder of tho young woman, lliolera and Dlarrhrra Remedy, or who have been chronic thought it was only necessary for you to cured of pleasure diarrhcea by it. Such persons take In recommending the remedy to especial 1 would others. The praise that fallows its introduction hold out your hand to mo and makes it very popular. 35 and 50 cent and use jump at tho chauco to tnko it." uourne, iniggm bottles for sale by ur. M "1 certainly had no reason to expect a and Opticiau, Stanford, Ky, father. and he seized tho carving knifo and roso to tho occasion. Meanwhile James had kept on to the kitchen whero ho continued shouting: "Thero's a man iu tho house!" "Lawd a massy, wo'so bo all killed dead!" quavered tho cook. Then she rushed out and shouted "Police!" and soon she had the patrol wagon at tho door. "Whero is tho man?" inquired the minion of tho law when ho had been informed that thero was a man iu the house. "Hero," cried James, as ho winked at his frightened family, "I am twenty-on- e years old today, and if I ain't a man I'd like to know who is?' Detroit Free Press. "W-h-o-- 's last During the epidemic of La chattered the Dr. King's New Discovery Grippe Consumption, for Colds, proved to be the best teniedy LaOrlppo Again. season lias with him a first clatt baker and can turntth read, Caket and the like on short notice. S; Falls Branch Original Jellico Coal. I offer for tale privately my frame Hotel and Saloon at Rowland, which are now renting at Jrtj tier month. It It centrally located and a fine point for business, being at a terminal roint on a divisIt hat good well, liable coal ion of the L. &. N home and other necetiary outbuildings. Address a MR" MARY CKLRRILL, Stanford FOB. SALE. J. H. ECHiTOlT, ...,..., rs For Sal Dealer in General Merchandise, Lumber and Shingles. nicely under the Cash bysten and thai the people are rapidly catching on to the fact that it Is the bstter system, both lor the buyer and seller. They also know lhal I sell aoodt for about a third lest than my competitors ho do credit business II. member thsi I keep constantly on hand a splendid assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, Halt and the like Call In and tee my ttock, which it replenished almost daily. SMyr J. II. HILTON, Rowland, Ky. Goods sold for cash only It gives me pleasure to ttate to the public in general that I am doing mgM2ygtES Twenty Building Lots ,.ri ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. WILLIAM MORELAND, Dealer in th. above V .NOTICETOTHK. Insurance Company, TRAVELING I PUBLIC. "iou have opened in connection with my Hotel, the u B ARBEE & C ASTLEM AN MYERS HOUSE, A .. .. Solicited Slock Caul, and Sheep a specialty. Persons having any or the above described ttock for tale or wlthlnt to purch.t. tame, will do well to call on or address m. An operience of n fir en Years in this business list been of profit to me and I think I can make 11 profitable both to the buyer anu truer r u autirrst Msnford, Ky. 100 Urtico at the .Myers House Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs THE P. I RILEY U HOUSE. Kentucky. First-Clas- s Livery Stable, Glte ill LEY, Proprietor, And offer the services of it to th. public. Brand new vehicles and fresh blooded horses make my stable compare with London, ww. sired - ;; Tho Bost in tho Country. me a call. P W. GREEN, Proprietor. AL. 1IURNS, Manager JOHN have maved to my new Hold and am betlei ptepartd than ever ta accommodate ih. public, mi. i y .HiKnra and every convenieoc. dt Give m. a call. FRANK RII.EV. 1 1 .1.- P- - court-hous- !. gash: &c, at POSTED. THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY , 1. 39-'- I can supply the families of Stanford and vicinity wilh home made ice at 60 cts. per 100 poundt; lets thsn that amount at one cent per pound, and ts per too pounds or i4 manufactured Ice at 75 centt for smaller quantities. Ice delivered every morning. I call special attention to the John Hrewmg C.'s Celebrated I. X. L. Beer, for which I aiu agent. Will furnish in eithe' keg- or bottle. Write for prices. E. BREMER, Stanford, Ky. ,3tf er - XCE AWTXJ .1 BEER. MONUMENTS Of all kinds, posed tho young man stiflly, as ho rose and took his hat, "but I think I don't caro to hear tho rest of tho lecture." 'As you please, Mr. Hankinson," 6he replied. "It is inartistic to leavoajob unfinished, and I was not quito done with you, but if a man chooses to go away from n barber shop half shaved I presnmo it is his privilege. Good morn Having bouaht out the Je.elry ' McRoberts, the druggist, lam selling out Mock ing, Mr. Hankinson." Chicago Tribune. to make ruum for an entire new "Thanks, Miss Whackster," inter- good." There is when this remedy it freely given. It completely controls the disease as and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr M L. Uourne, Druggist an.. Optician, Stanford, Ky 1 JOSEPH COFFEY.SPro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, It now 1 intend to conduct it so as ta not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to Itt long lilt oi friends Special accommodations for commercial traveler! and fine rooms for the dlsploy of sample!. in luy charge and "Tbit n.tlce forewarns hunters, fishermen and others not to tretpast on our lauds without per. mission, as alt suth will be pretcculed to the full- est eatrntuf the law. Signed: C. M.hPOONAMOORE JJ J. K. HRUCi; THOMAS C. HALL STEELE llAILhY A.M. I' ELAND. II. W. GAINES. JAMES (.IV ENS. I. S. PHILLIPS. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, M. F. ii lyr Did Yoo Mitel? ELKIN & CO., KY. A 37-- tl ANTON RENACKF.R CLARK KKVNOLDS M. LACKOWITZ T D. NEW LAND W. W. HA Y.i O.C. I.YON M F.rst-ClnsstSalo- on STANFORD. TO THE FARMERS. And MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached. JOSEPH COFFKY FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY "LOCUST GROVL" To Do Expected. at mluccsl rates line. All goods artistically Made and Set Up in All Parts of the Country. No Agents employed. Engraved FreeofCharge W. ADAMS 196m No.aa Hroadway, Lexington, Ky , & SON, Watches, Clocks W. C. GREENING, HUSTON VILliB, K.Y., Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, Queentware, Glastware, Cutlery, table and .pocket, Harnessand Coufectionenes Also handles Moline Plow. Chilled and Steel Cultivators, Double Shovels, Coru Planters, Uuckeje Mowers and Hinders Give him a trial Jewelry Thoroughly Repaired on Shortest Notice. LAND FOR SALE. ol Splendid Land, situated s Stanford, on Shelby City turnpike, adjoining Mrs. E. B Jones. Apply J to me at miles from Sixtvfive Acres y - afcJlLIlF'Lr y Stanlord, Ky, 10a HUGH UE1D. EGGS FOR HATCHING. From the following standard varieties: White Cochins (Mitchell, strain ; White Plymoth Rocks lilawkim main . White Leghorn! (Kiupps str.iim. Fowls separately yarded; eggs warraat- ed pure. Price Sa r settinit of 13. aisJjiW. M. ftllt'UARS, Lancaster, Ky so-a- J. H. BAUGII3IAN, FIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT .. .Representing... . Hartiord, of Hartford, Conn., raancnester, pi luanouwiB x.g. Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, Ins Co. of North America, " torna-- J CUUS ictct promptly ittucd. Will insure against does, wind storms and lightning Lightning attached without additional 0 Office at First National Hank charge Stanford. Companies. I would All if which are fiHt-clas- s he flu.scd to wait on ray friends in this line. Pol. RV , sm DON'T e TOTsT That., KNOW JESSE D. WEAKEN v.p-th- nicest, the belt and largest variety of auoy Goods, Fruits, Candies Nuts, Cigars And Tobacco in tic city ! 3BTT FORGET r iat he also keeps the cheapest stock ot )le Groceries, And Provisions, lies, Ac, and that he exchanges atl kinds iforllacon, Lard. Uutter.Eggs, PUatoci, which he pays the elivered anywhere in the city trip made to Rowland. Stanford and tne Uwn of Kowtand and to ineir in habitants, and the construction, maintenance and operation ot a system of Electric Lights for tup pling light 10 taid city and town and to their in habitants, and the manufacture and taleotartin-cia- l ice. corpora4. Ire authorized capital stock of the tion shall be one hundred thomsand dollars, divided into shares of fifty dollars each, but the Company may begin busiuesswhen as much as twenn-ty-fithousand dollars ot the capital stock it sub. scribed, and no stock shall be issued at lest thati i Itt par value and except for money actually paid in, cr for property at Itt market value actually reI ceived and applied to the authorued purposes of the corporation, or for labor done and accepted at ' itt n nrtet value. Sub.criptlont for ttock shall be at such timet and in tuch installment! at the oard ol Directors mav determine. 5. Tho corporation shall begin business on the 30th day of April. 189a, and continue in existence for fifty years thereafter. 6. The affairs or the corporation shall be by a Hoard of five Directors, one ol whom and the ,i,ii k. .nnn,r,t.,l I'riitilent by as the Hoard,Hoard said by such other officers and agents n ay de;m necestary to appoint ti,.,i f Directors shall be elected an nually by the stockholder on the fiist Monday of A Careful Nephew. for one year, or until their ... i.l An old countryman waa in extremis; each July, to holu officenou .... !:... I a.... tinril ,h. iuuhm.-successors are ciccieu July, 189J, the incorpora his last struggle seemed long beyond first annual election in be the Hoard of named measure, as though tho poor man could tor. hprrfnheforeCompany. thall the annual election In Directort or the shareholder shall have the right not mako up his mind about starting on ol Directors each the aggregate as he shall tho distant journey. Ono night his to cast as many votes in by the number of Directmultiplied nephow left a lighted candlo on tho lit- ewnihares, ors to be elected, and each shareholder may cast either ill person tlo tablo, and said as ho went off to bed: the whole number ol votesor distribute hit or by sote candidate, proxy "Undo when you feel that it is all among for one more candidates, and the Directort two or shall be elected In no other manover with you, you can blow out the of this Company vacancy occurs It may he hlled ner except when a candlo." Motto per Ridere. by the other Directors. S. This corporation shall possess a.l the powers Gen-erenumerated in Section a of Chapter 56 of the The Next Thing- to It. Statutes ol Kentucky Tho fathor had gono away and left his This corporation shall at no time contract or Incur debts greater In amount than to per cent, or only son in charge of tho store. subscribed and paid for. "Are you the head of tho firm?" asked the ttock private property ot the debit ofthe 10. The for n man with a samplo case, entering the shall be exempt from liability D. the corporation. ve con-duct- side, endeavoring to preparo him for tho great change "1 trust- that you have pardoned all your enemies, that you also may receivo lorgiveness. "1 have no enemies," said tho dying man. "But, your excellency, a man who lias been so n offlco ... havea.t one , tell fou -still, it is just possiblo" "Isot one, I repeat." "Pardon mo, your excellency" Losing his patience, Narvaez raised himself up with what strength ho had left and said to tho archbishop: "Look here, I have no enemies; I had them all shot, and thero's an end of itl" Illustracion. its principal place of business shall be the city of Stanford, Kentucky. 3. The general nature of When Narvaez, duko of Valencia, lay transacted by the corporation the huslntst to be shall bo the conon his deathbed tho nrchbishop of Gran- struction, maintenance and operation of a system cf Water Work for supplying- water to the city of ada stood by his Not 1111 Housekeeper Call theso apples Rhode 1. The undersigned, 11. J C A. R PenIsland greenings, do you? Seems to me ny J.N. .Mtnefee.J foster, V G. Welch and J W Haydcn, hereby associate themseies they are awfully small. together In order to forma corpuratinn pursuant Dealer Yes, mum. Rhodo Island is to Chapter 560! the General Statutes of Kentucky. Thenameuf 3 asmallstato, mum. Now York Weekly. ford Water, Light, the corporation shall he "StanLight and Ice Company," and 11 BJEL DANKS. REAL ESTALE. am oniprrai Hoe, . Kneiuy In tho World. ti,. 1 1 -- al ...,. .srhest Market Prices. 'Op. tni hls,dai-l- y establishment. "No, sir," remarked the joung man with great urbanity, 'Tin only the heir cf the head." Detroit Free Press. "" t. J. 11, 1. "VV. J r't est w G. N.MENEKEE, ,'ELCH. HAYDEN. Attention or th. public it invited 10 the fac that thtt It th. only Natioosl Hank In Stanford Under the provisions of th. National Dank Act depositors are eured not oalv by th. capita) slock, but bv the stockholders, liability lor an amount equal t the ttock. so that depotitori of , hit institution are secured by a fund or J 400,000. r ive sworn statements 01 inr condition of the bank are wade each year to the Uuitcd States cov.rn- ment and lit assets are etamincd ai stated timet by government agents, thus securing aildilitoaa and perfect safety to depositors. i nit iiuuiuiion. originally esiaoiisneu as in. ueposii iisftK o: Maniorain iista, tnco lied at the National Hank of Stanford in 1M1 and as the First National Hank ol tg.iu Stanlord in 1M1, hat had practically an uninter11. rupted existence of v j years It is better tupplicd new with facilities far transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in itt leug and honorable career Accounts f corporations, fidu- and individuals respectfully tolic- claries, led Ky. The Directory el this Hank it camposcd 01 As Assignee for the benefit of the creditors of J !havetuite a number cf FARMS lor sale ol the r. J. Foster, oT Stanford; Mat. Philips, I offer for sale-- privately a 1 ract ot very best II Lands in IJmoln county. Reed, Lincoln county; These I arms are all well improved ami good i.anu in Lincoln county, J W. Hayden, Staaf.rdi rich lands, running in sue from $010500 Acres Considering ihcis locality, their richness and fuS It. Ilaughmaa, Lincoln, tility of soil the convenience of turnpikes and railM. J. Miller, Ml. Vernan: roads lhl bring markets right to our door, Ihcy Is well improed and well watered This Farm S. T. Harris Lincoln; are cheaper than the Lands ofany oilier county in The dwelling-housis commodious and well built, the State 'I here is J.,S. Hncker Stanf.rd; iioing susceptible or an easy division, I Mould sell ty over miles from nsraicely a Farm in the ceun- deiot in parcels, one parcel containing ivo acres, on G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; is checked with turnpiket running ' The which the dwelling house is Miuale, and the other ineverycounty T. P. 1 ill, Stanford. a uircciion If S acres, on which the Improvements aie not so termg the county seat nrre ist noi punitc roan en not Macadamitcsl that W. 0. Welch, Stanford; I al-- o offer ror Nile the good We have the Knoxville llranch of the I. A- N It W.P. Tale, Stanford K. dividing the county from East to West and the C. S. R R from North to outh; the K. C. R. R House OFFICERSLot in fl&- - ker, President; Irom tint place to Cincinnati, crossing the C ti O Now occupied b, It E. McRoberts as adrug store, at Winchester, giving full accest to the markets ol ' 1'f.lcRobertt. Cashier: e have three large, the whole world. Ilcsidet, and L ... .. "vrL,,,n--.. v , , A..i.,n, . r,.hl A. A . V . . .. Fluur Mills in the county that give us a market ww.,,(. home; our grain right Two Lots in Same Block, for allof the mountain at regions and Ihe develop of Eastern and ment Kentucky bv lailroadt and Ihe outOn which ihe houvs ero recently burned. I'osj a South by ssdon ol the vacant lots given immediately on let all kindsofrailroadt hat created tuchthatdemand for cereals and urovvnder wecan compliance wilh terms of sale. The houe Is rented for this year, Imt the purclinMT v ill be entitled tcarcely retain enough tor hcmeconiumption. Ihe people arc prosperous, generous and kind, OF STANFORD, KY to the rent Irom time ot purclia-o- . Possession of the Lincoln County Farm will be believing in Christianity and education, Thore It not a neighborhood in the county but lias a It now fully organued and ready for butinctt with given 1st of September next. Terms cash; the remainder In equal gcod cnurcn and scnooi-noutStanford, the county seat ol Lincoln, is a pros- -' Paid Up installments of 6 and is uionths, bearing t percent Of $200,000. Interest and negotiable. ne:rouslutle city of about a.soo inhab.iant and is , tf . - ihe great doorway from the North and NorthM. C. SAUFLF.V. 19,000. Also about Co barrels or CORN, stneks of east South and from the Northwest to houtheatt, and Handing at it doet gating right Into the bosHAY and 34 SIIOA'IS for sale privately. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL. om ofthe undeveloped mountains of Southeastern BANK OF STANFORD, Kentucky backed up by ihe whole Illue Grass region ot the Slate with railroads running through Now elating up) with the tame assets and under the same management. it to all points of the compass, makes it naturally By provisions of itt chatter, depositors are as one of the best located towns In the South for fully protected as aie depositors in National mannfactures and other enterprises of magnitude. Water Workt are now being agitated and right Banks, its shareholders being held individually of a mile liable to the extent of the amount or their stock tboue the town abouti value there could be erected Water Workt with very therein at the parIn suchthereol, in addition to lb. amount Invested shares. It may act at l ttle cost that would supply a city of 150,000 inhabitants with the purest and best water in Ihe executor, adnunittrator, trustee, Ac, at fully at an individual. world Our Utile city hts been now)y rebuilt tn To llie last few years and Its business houses ard res- while thote who entrusted their buliineti to us mnagiiig the Lincoln National Hank ol idences will compare with larger cities of greater pretensions. Our merchants and tradesmen are Stanford, we we here lender our many thanks and trust ihev will continue to transact their business We have two al prosperous and doing well banks with a capital stock ol $400,000 that are with us, offering at a guarantee for prompt attention to tame, our twenty years' experience in prosperous aud in a good condition. We have splendid schools. W. have a Female banking and at liberal accommodation! as are conbuilding, with over 100 pu sistent with tound banking. College, a large brick pi sin attendance and under the prlncipalslup ol directors; l'lof. J M. Hubbard, Is in a flourishing condl-I- K Williams, Mt. Vernon; n. We alto have a Seminary that It a good 100I, with Prof II F. Illakemanat in head We tc J. M. Hall, Stanford; of the ocst Public School bulldinirt ic J S. Owsley, Stanford; Having removed my Barber Snop to the Com hiveone th t tectlon of the State, with over 100 puptls in merclal Hotel, I am attendance, and with other good private schools, S.J. Embry, Stanford;) yo see our school facilltlei are excellent. J. E. Lynn, Stanford; We to Accommodate Ladies every have elegant church abuilmngs, representing A. W. Carpenter. MltledgevilL; denomination, with full corpt 01 ministers as well Gentlemen, and J. K.Haughman, HuitonvilU; oft at clats talentmen aredomga better butiness in the city. lha 1 any clats of J. F. Catb, Stanford; make this statement as facts, my line. Chit- In anything they may wish in I have tried to William Gooch,;Stanlord, Ky. also waited on. Call n tne. wit.ioutar.v exaggeration or coloring, at those . II. Shanks, President. whv know will bear no out, and those who wish to Luy pleasant homes at lair prices and locate J. D.Owsley, amengta good people with all the bett turround-tng- s. Bright, Teller. would do well to call and tee me before pur In;Commercial Hotel. basing olsewhere I am agent for The Central KcntuckyaHedge Fence Co.. at Lancaster, and offer the tervicis of both mytcif aud the Company to the citirent of Lincoln county. I am very thankful fcr the liberFOR SALE al patronage received and nope by fair dealing to . , Farmers in mednf a good merit a continuance The finest Farm aud richest soil In Lincoln c., fence will find me at the Mjert House in Stanford t. comprising 4 to acres el Land, situa. on each County Court day. fed within two miles of Stamord, the county seat M W. JOHNSON. s,76m of Lincoln. Fronted by the Shelby City lurr.plkc and accessible ts the Stanford and Dansille turnpike. This is one of the bett Stock Farms In th. st region and is In a high slate of cultl vaiion Abundance of water lor all purposes Soil is ferule and is suitable for the crowing of hen p. tobacco, corn aud wheat. The land Is k, located s tnat it can he divKied anu two liar Farms made The improvements are a larir. and On a note duo in ao months, signed and indorsed commodious dwelhni; a convenient stock barn, b) Hires' g'Od parties and secured b real eiale Ac, the best of fruit of all kiudt, ct: Forlnler ssorth thn-times the abose amount Will disroatloa, apply to K II. ION KS, Stanford. count so that parly can make j.t r cent on his J II JONKS, money In tuirc a Interior Journal otTice 14 O V RII.EV, Placvllle lllue-Gra- ISTOCK FARM1 Capital Stock Surplus 3200,000 - 18, OOO $500 WANTED, lllue-Gra- At 8 Per Cent. Interest, ni ASSIGNEE'S SALE t. isrsii, REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, ' For-t'.- us Containing 315 Acres. N 1 1 - Brick and Lancaster - Vacant V South-easter- n ' FarmersBank&TflStGo. Capital One-thi- rd e. 9-- to ourpius, three-fourt- 'MM as .. Prepared 1 -- JESSE THOMPSON, Cah-W.M- . 93-i- yr E. jfJEa