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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893011001 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 1893 $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. V-- i i e tt - t t T r Semi-WeeklVOL. XX. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. y Interior Journal STANFORD DANVILLE. KYM TUESDAY. JANUARY 10. 1893. DEATH'S DOINGS. NO. 90 SAM JONES. Sam Wnrnnck 1ib bought tho A. Mooro property from It. It. Kwoll for H'.O. There ia a movement on foot by some parties from a dislancu to start a butlor and cheese factory here. Mr. Georgo Andea is suffering severely with an nbcess on his nrm and Ims boon confined to his room houio time. Lota of guino is Indng killed ami brought In for wile daily. Tho writer bagged a ten pound turkey hen, Tlitus-- . d.iy. boy of Mr. Gloie, of A Pdtsburg, hail his noso blown oil' and an oyo put out by tho premature explosion : -- Tho Record says there were 32 inter: ments ih tho Lancaster cemetery last "I'm not old Ilrother Hayseed, out on year. his first trip, by a jugfull." Itov. John Hell Gibson will not "Some widows '!) with breeches on preach for the London church this will talk nbout giving tho widow's mito." vear. Mish MaIiv Ktr.Ki'ATiticK, tho daugh"All thu profane old Piiir invito to mako him a dog is a littlo more hair and ter of II. J. Kirkpatrick, died of conThe Largest Stock consumption. sumption Jan. fl, aged 1(5 yoard. tail." An infant girl of Win, Kolley, who "If I was a woman I'd rather Bleep Mrs. Marcus Helm died Friday at lives near V. L. Caldwell's hinckHiiiith with a wet dog than with an old whisky the homo of Sam Hriscoe, Hued 79. She shop, died Thursday evening mid was soak." was an aunt of J. Warren Hocker, of thiB In town. Prices lower than ever before given in this place. Come buried Friday. "I wouldn't give one place. and sec mc and I will convince you that the above is true. Don't Mrs. Hubert Harding became ill nt girl for all tho girls that over cut a pigS. J. Topplewcll, the forget that I am agent for all the best Farming Implements, Oliver thu JJaptist church Sunday from tho eon wing." of Somerset, is dead. He Plows, Dick's Fi'rcl hotel Cutters, Studcbakcr Wagons and everything else of a fall on the ico last Thursday, "I'd Bteal, I'd steal, I'd ateal before I'd was a Mason and Odd Fellow and stood worm on tne larm. using and had to bo taken home in a rocka- - soil whisky, or rent a hniisu to Hell it in, well in his community. dynamite. J". Frank- wny. or votn for it to be sold." Tho wife of Itev. Charles Held died John Lawn spent last week in I Mil Uottiajpllck ami Mr. I). II Car of "I'd rather try to mako a skunk stink in Colorado, where sho went for her fort. "Uncle" Henry Hall, 83 years ago, Ih lying at death's door nt hh son-i- n roll were married at tho residence of J. by putting something on it than try to health and tho remains were brought to J. Unit on the Perryvillo pike Friday hlnndcr a saloon keeper." Lancaster for interment. They had been law'ti, James Hedriuk. Itov. K. M. Green performed wo havo ovoning. "I wouldn't tolerate a man that sells married oulv a short time. This is tho llrst rod winter William Ashley, of Boyle, was burwltinky any inor than I would a man hid for years. All who havo ico houses tho cvremony. W. L. Itoed is very ill of pneumonia. wln Mie.'V 4ir commits rape " and tho merry slelgh-ride- rs ied at McfJorm.tck's church Friday. He have filled them Mr. A. IL Check, of tho Citizens NaNoni of ynu low down, stingy dev- was an exemplary young man and a aro hnvine a cay timo. fell on tho ico Satnrday and SUs, w.irth ? 10.000, Dr. dlvflnn, of 1'itUdmrg, and McOal-l- tional Bank, hxjmoI to get through j inuiiiber of thu GhrislirtU church. He 1 Fitzgerald will open u drug Btoro this bo badly hurt his hack that ho will ho tin mating on ,i nickel a day." had just reached his majority. "A stingy man never Hindu a decent ' Richard M. Dudley, D. D.. presimonth in tho room recently vacated by confined to his bed for soveral days. r. Tlie colored boy, Bud Millig.it, who steward, deacon or elder. I'd as soon dent of Georgetown College, . W.C. Pitman, in tho Catching lilock. was arrested in Lexington for robbing presch to a billy goat as ono of 'em." throughout Kentucky and especially A son of Win. McNeil, tho bank vft y C. I). Port wood's Btoro in this place, was "Tho man that belong to tho church among the BaptiBts, died of a disease of boss, was probably fnUlly hurt at Tlmrnilnv hv another boy, who brought before J udgu McForran Satur- and votes for whisky is thu most damn- - tho stomach at his home, aged about 52 Mny when ho waived examination and ablo hypocrite Ktriick him iii tho lack with n coal that over cursed tho years. was held for iiidictmout by tho grand cirrth." Tho little boy of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. pick. senteneod to jury, which nuets horo Monday, lOtli. "They pay Sam Jones preiiches for Stagg, Jr , whoso birth was noted in our Tom White, who wn s cirMr. It. J. Uice, son of Mr. A. J. ltico money. Well, Ilopktusvillo is tho last last Tuesday's issue, died Sunday and its tho penitentiary for theft nt tho lad Watch this space next week. It belongs to cuit court, received a pinion from Gov. of this vicinity, was shot through ono of place this side of boll I'd come to preach remains were placed in tho vault yesterSTEPHENS & KNOX, the enterprising RowDrown last Saturday and is tho happiest his lungs at Fort Worth, Texas, Friday for money." day to await a better time for final intermorning. Particulars of tho a (lair not country. "I'm told you havo 40 Kiloons in Hop- - ment. negro hi tho land merchants, who will tell you something Georgo 11. King, of Crab Orchard, It. M.Jackson will tiko petitions known, hut it is thought to havo occur- kiusvillc. With 10 saloons hero thero out up stairs over Jackson's stores and red in the linn of his duty, as' ho was n isn't room for a battercako between hell died Friday in the nsyluin at Lexington to vour interest. where ho had been for about three years. lit up a hall for exhibitions, fcc. Tho deputy Bheriir. His condition is report- and Hopkinsviile." "Take tho old sisters who go around Mr. King was a prosperous farmer and room will b 10x70 and will add to our ed as dangerous. 'P Dr. K. It. Gnddie, a colored mart who chaperoning at balls. I tell you, old stock trader, but his mind began to growing city something badly needed. You all know "Smiling U.ivo" Jack- - graduated at tho Louisville National gals, the devil owns you body and soul. weaken about four years ago and when .,v Mr. Folix Fox, of Kansas City, Ih H v'Hlt to old friends. hero The MeGibony Faintly will givoono ol their "onpar.ilollod" concurts nt tho Opera iloiiso tliu lltth. .Mis Mamie, daughter of;Oeo. S. San-tiiof this county, died Monday morning at 5 o'clock nfti r a long illness of Gems From His Hopklnsvlllc Sermons, a3 Reported by the Local Papers. lj NEW STORE ROOM, And New Outfit Complete. HARDWARE AND GROCERIES ITEW STOCK, prayer-meetin- g well-kno- tH r K. Van, A:BSDAXiE. - a well-know- n 1'itVs-bu- n' - K m faltn fl! ! (Mut A ) K tfrtf1 town, with a little more energy in that smllo than over before. His boy arrived Friday and his name will likely bo (iro-ve- and received his literary education in tho public schools and tho Baptist InstiItiley ban Just returned tute of Louisville. Col. Frank Mr. W. It. Mock, of this county, from Washington City and various points tho interest of his candi whoso illness has been noted, died Monin Kentucky in dacy for thu inarshalship of Kentucky, day morning of pneumnuia and brain and reports his prospects as bright rs a trouble. He was thought to bo recovering until Sunday when ho becamoworee summer's sun. following matringolicentes were Poor "Dolph!" as his friends called him. Tho issued since Dec 31: W. H. Wade, of No better hearted man ever lived or Richmond, and Kntie H. Xevett,:Kli' died. Peace to his ludies. Nearly all of Saturday was taken up bethtown, W. G. Ward, of Jackhon county, and Klixabelh Watkins, of Laurel; by tho trial before Judge McForran ami Joo Martin and Xancy V. Carroll; J. K. a jury of Situ Armstrong for a breach of Woodward and Samantha Wilder; H.M. tho peace, committed by assaulting ono I)gan. Tiio men quarreled; I)gan callDishon and Lizzie A. King. ed Armstrong a liar; Armstrong struck McKNNEY. htm and broko his arm. Tho legal genasmng tlemen in charge of tho case split hairs, H. Walker arrived Irom ton, I). 0., Friday. Misses Klla and Hello wrangled and squabbled and orated with Johnson, who havo been upending the tight smart forceful force, but when the holidays with their sister, Mrs. J. K. jury finally got it, they brought in a verKings-vllldict of ono cent and coats for plain till'. Careon, returned to their homo at 11. K. WinBCOtt re- Armstrong's son, who was included jn Sunday. Mrs. turned to High Hrldgo Saturday, accom- tho warrant, was acquitted. October ItJ last Dr. A. J. Tynan dispanied by Mrs. Mary H. Bibb. Miiw been visiting appeared from his homo in Mojesla, CalMnudo Johnson, who has tho Misses Bailey, returned to hor homo ifornia. With tho hope of tiudiug him near Highland Monday. Misses Flor- or learning something of his fato his ...... ..j ........ ....hv ..W... W. ..U.U. ... ence Tanner and Kthol KIHott returned fnrittli' Itail n lirii, tinmliiir nt vilintn itn Lexington Wednesday. Dr. grnvings of him, printed and sent all to Bchool at W. S. Bsazloy, our ilentut, has returned over tho United States. Ono happened from Crab Orchard, whoro ho has been to reach Danville nnd was posted up in spending tho holidays. J. P. Crow is at tho oflico of the Clemens House, where U'xincton on business. J. Mc Hubblo Mrs. Thorel saw and recognized it ns a is spending a few days nt Harrodshurg. picture of n friend of her youth, who atMiss . Klta Gooch entertained a few tended college hero. Sho does not whether he graduated or not friends Friday evening in the shape of a o candy pulling. It was a very enjoyable but does remember that after ho left ho studied medicine witli Dr. Win. by affair ami will long be remembered all present. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tanner Pawling and practiced for a timo in Danalso entertained a few friends. Tho fol- ville. Ho went to California with Nick lowing is a list of tho young ladies and Parr and others of Danville. gentlemen present. Misses Lillian and DESIRE. Florence Tanner, Kthol Klhott and Li.-zi- o V, M. Tanner, K. L. O thai my pen but held the power sublime Jones; Messrs. Colloy, M. 0. Tanner, 0. L. Crow, J. 15. To trace in words of ringing, burning rli)me Williams and It. W. Walker. Supper Tho"hl that would livn llirntighnut ilia length ot timet was served nt s o'clook and at 10 o'clock a candy pulling was in order, which was Thoughts thai would cheor the ill ol all mankind, unjoyed hugely by all Turn back from wayward paths the erring blind, in Danville for the practice of his profession. Ho was born in E.iabethtown r. old chnperoners." "Kentucky has such n name abroad for drinking that you can't find a dead man with a bottle in his pocket, anywhere in the country, but what tho papers say next morning that "A stranger from Kentucky was found dead last nig'-t- " fool won't drink whisky, "A fool. Tho nor will a second or third-clas- s men who drink whisky nro away down in tho scilo of fools. Maybe eomo ofyou fools over thero want to old answer me. Well, get up and do it. When I let you go you'll hit tho grit at a tnilo a minute gait; Nanry Hanks wont bo in it." "You damnable scouudrels, who voted whisky back, you've got to repent if, or go to hell. One man makes it, another lirst-claf- s red-nosed votes for its sale, another hells it, anothd e MATmH"uN7ArMATTf.RS. J)r. Charles Mark well nnd MLvj Klla Keeno olopod from Versailles in afcleigh and were married at Lexington. Mr. T. J. Hatcher and wifo have received un invitation to tho marriage of his daughter, Mrs. Mary Lee, to Mr. K. M. Spinks, at Greenville, Tex. B. O. Gaines, editor of tho Georgetown News, eloped to Covington with ' Miss Maud Iteedor and was married. Sho is but 18 and quite a beauty. Iiather than disappoint tho woman ho was to marry, William F. Power, of Maysvillo, crossed tho Ohio river in n skill, pulled through a mile of floating ico It took him and kept his engagemont. to tnako tho trip, which over two horns was a hazardous one. tf you are not Strongth and Hoalth. feeling strong ami healthy, try This remedy alter effects druggist, H U Grippe has Klectrlc Hitters. Klectric hitler.. kit you weal seems to have a peculiar power in effecting rapid bottles forsaleby W. II. McRoberts, 1 bis remedy Ky and weary, use cures, not only in cases ot L.a urippo, but all Stanlord, kldiioys, I.tvcr, Stomach acts direction the organs to performandtheir dlsensesof tho Throat, Chest ami Lungs and has Once moro that Chesapeake it Nash-vill- o Mntlv aiding Ihoie ot Sick Headache cured cases Try Asthma ami Hay Fever of long iryouareafllletcd llh it and be convinced. It wont disstamline. road is to bo built some more." Tho When Baby wns clck, we ruto her Cnxtorla. ir relief by vou will find speedy and permanrnt convince you appoint, free trial bottles at A, K. Penny's drug Hilters. Ono trial will Electric now projectors of this ancient enter- When she wag a Child, sh& cried for Castorio. store. that this is the remedy you ntH.nl. Largo bottles 1 of ono of and When she became JUmi, she chins to Cartorii. propose to build an only 50c at A. U. Penny's dniK store. Davo Adams, son the prise present indications When she had CUMrvn, she grvethein Castorla. p8t experience and Tho ico gorge at Cincinnati broke, wealthiest fanners residing near Colum- point Btrongly to the fact that that's just and caused a loss in coal boats of $350,-00- bus, Ind.. committed suicido because his tho kind of a lino it will bo. Glasgow wifo had secured a divorce from him. Times. jo-ce- nt er dies n drunkard; God says, 'Nodrunk-arshall enter tho kingdom of Heaven;' Call and secure Bargains. God IB just and will hold them all responsible. You are certainly going to tho Presbyterian church yesterday b'y POST-OFFIC- E hell unless you repent." inItev. Bon Helm, tho remains were terred in Buffalo Cemetery. Do You Want a Public Office? .This space will be occupied by There aro 180,000 ofl ices within tho gift the egislature; of tho now administration, nnd now is After hammering at it a year, the tho time for thoso seeking public empK j VKcMBf b House has at last passed the bill for tho ployment to take proper steps to secure JLVJL ono of these lucrative positions. All who pay of its employes. The regular clerks MW WW Wi WW for a got $10; enrolling clerks $7; sergeants $ 7; aro interested should at once send $5; assistant sergeants or copy of tho United States Blue Book. It at In 1S93, who hereby extends hisjthanks to the keepers 13.50; is a register of all Federal ofllces and em- janitors $3; cloak-rooISA ployments in each State and Territory, pages and messengers $3. It is to be hoped thnt tho bill raistha District of Columbia and abroad, with their salaries, emoluments and du- ing tho petit larceny limit to $20 nnd ties; shows who is eligible for appoint- leaving it with the jury to say whether ment, questions apked at examinations, tho thief shall be punished on the rock how to mako an application nnd how to pilo or by the lnsh, will become a law. push it to success, and gives besides a It would relieve tho penitentiary nnd For their liberal patronage in the past, and wishes to say to them vast amount of important and valuable tho whipping post would act as n scare that on and after January 1st he will sell goods for CASH only and information relative to government posi- crow. of will defy the competition of any one. The Senate has passed this clause tions never before published. Hand somely bound in cloth. Prico lo cents, the crimes hills: "Whoever shall, unpost paid. Address J. II. Soule, Pub- der promiso of marriage, seduce and havo carnal knowledge of any femalo unlisher, Washington, D. 0. der 10 years of age, shall be guilty of felMinbtuels. Sweeney, Alvido, Gorm- ony and upon conviction thereof shall l an it Gotitzo gave ono of tho btbt bo confined in tho penitentiary not less performances last night ever giveu than ono nor more than five years." WE ARE- at the opera houso and the crowd enjoyed it iinineusoly. Tho troupo is esAt Whitehall, N. J., Nora Butt shot And teach thorn duty's righteous way to hud. pecially fortunate in its specialists. The mid killed Kdward Smith to whom sho If I mlht know that o'eli one groping heart clog drill, contortion net, tho juggling was betrothed and then blew her own Should b it word sf mine be muted to part KrtMti ui, tlinn Mould my soul in gladness start. anil equilibrist's acts have never been brains out. excelled hero and tho comic boxing duel A Louisville servant girl was told to n darkness hovers o'or the land, For when was excrutlatingly funny, keeping tho mako a fig" cake. Without letting her Wet Is tho shadow ol a helping hand, Whether shown forth by wordi or aetlont grand. houso in a continual roar. It wad a thor- mistress know what she intended to do, FORoughly good show nil through. Norfolk tho girl went nnd purchased some syrup Toach me, I pray, O Thou Infinite One, Virginian. How best thl duty humbly may be done, of figs. She had an idea that the syrup That llle's groat race by mo be rightly run. t- - The success of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy would llavor tho cako. All tho members a speedy (Printed In loving memory of a devoted and true In etUcting Cough curu of Colds, Croup ami of tho family partook of it and all proWhooping has nrought it into great dev.fe, Irmn her own selections ) mand. Messrs Pontius & Son, of Cameron, Ohio, it very good. An hour later say that it has gained a reputation second to none nounced in that vicinity. Jas. At. Queen, of Johnston, tho result can better be imagined thnn or pains in inecucsi mere is notning P. Jones, Va., says it is the best he ever used than a llaunel cloth saturated with hanibrrlain's druggist, Winona, Miss., ays: "Chamberlain's described. bound on over tho seal of pain. It Cough Keinedy is perfectly reliable I havo alPain ilalm nnd William Jones, who died at Hard-wicwill produce a counter irritution without blUiering ways warranted it nnd it never tailed to give the and is nut to disagreeable as mustard; in tact is most porsect satisfaction." totlles lor sale Creek recently, was about GO much superior to any p'aster on account of its bv W. it. McUobcrts, druggist, Manford, Ky. years of age aud weighed GO pounds. Ilia painrolicviug tiunlilics. If used in timo it will jrrcteut pneumonia, so cent bottles for; sale by lnbuyingn courIj medicine for children,' ,!tys wifo is about 52 years of ago and weighs V. McKohcrft, druggist, Stanford, Ky, II A. Walter, a prominent druggist ol Ogden, about 3T)0 pounds, or nearly six times as L'tah"uevcr bo afraid to buy Chamberlains La Qrlppo. Cough KemMy. There Is no danger from it and much ns her husband. The doors of a During the prevulcncs of the Grippo thu past relief is always sure to tollow. 1 particulary had to ho enlarged before seasons it was a noticeable fact that thote who do- Chamberlain's because I have found it now residence ne nd ed upon Dr. King now Discovery uotonlv to bo safe and reliable. It is intended especially she could euter. hml n snetily rtcovvrv. tul cscaneu an tne trout) lor Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough, lejomo ot llio rnalaily tiu ,uo I" tilts Mj luui ln irnp rt total wreck. Ho imagined himself very wealthy nnd would buy any and everything ho caino across. His remains were brought to Crab Orchard and buried in the cemetery Saturday afternoon. Ho leaves a wifo and three children. Capt. John Sholton IlayB died at tho homo of his niece, Mrs. John B. Foster, Sunday morning, aged nearly 70. Ho hnd become perfectly helpless nnd and his death was caused by a general giving away of tho vital forces. Capt. Hays was tho second son of Mr. Hugh Hays, who in his day was ono of tho richest men in Lincoln county. Ho was of Mr. John M. Iteid a brotheriu-laho made his home until rewith whom cently. Some IS months ago ho professed religion and united with tho Presbyterian church and those who talked with him are euro that ho was an accepted child of God. His death was peaceful and among his last words were: "Tho Lord will take caro of mo." After n service at tltt tYtIB r. lanUM l.- -. A 3 ! WlUcROBERTX, IIW TT BEAK OF DRUGGIST, " Drugs, Toilet Articles, School Books and Stanford . BOOM. ( cf Jl JCjO WHYS t ; door-keeper- s m Good People ofHustonville col-leg- m m min-Htro- -- S.- -J THE IJPIsuImb -- ACE ftiTS THOMPSON'S FITIII ! 11, (. k's jo-ce- ut GLOVE CORSETS 11 t 111 func-uou- s. tak-In- SIX : DIFFERENT : STYLES. m air-lin- o, 0. SEiVDMANCD & SON. 4ft T ."-- .. v, ', . . v?- - ir rj"-- . " Ww-- r 14 !T urc .1 ""JJew , ' Four of tho mon who wero shot in tho Salyeravillo fight have died of thoir wounds. Fridav was the coldest day in Lou6'rANroun, Ky., .Ianuauy 10, 18911 isville for 8ix years. Tho mercury went dewn to 1.3. John May, son of the legislator from F Lexington, has run oh" with $5,000 of his father's wealth. Wtt Goods too Three murderers confined in tho Hopkins county jail made their oscnpo DETE.XID-A.'X-- Thursday night. Two hundred and seventy one trotters nud pacora entered tho Sincb it seems to be stttlcil that Sena-to- r 2:30 list in 1S1KI. Carlisle will resicn to accept tho wool Look At Greenville, Ind., an eagle was treasury portfolio, candidates for his killed, which was carrying an average term are becoming as thick a leaves in sir. dog in its clutches. Vnllombrosa. Among them nre Gov. Tho mammoth elephant Zip swalGov. Knott, Gov. Brown, Gov. lowed a heavy Iron chain, which he was Buckner, Hons. C. M. Clay, Jr.,W. (J. unable to digest, and died. I. H. Goodkuight, Wm. While roofing a chinch at l'.iducah V. J. Stone, Henry Wattereon, Lindsay, John Wendrath slipped and fell to tho T. H. Sherley, Tom Hargis, and so on ad to close S to ground, killing him instantly. form- infinitum. Mr. Clay is already at Fiank-for- t lettt-- r started to to close It took 10 months for a and Beems to bo hard at work on aronnd the world by Bert Docker, of Brahobhis fences. Aa he has two popular zil, Ind., to make the circuit. bies, both, however, at variance with his Tho president has extended the civondition and surroundings, he is going s nnd all il Fervico to protect to be quite a formidable candidato with ALKonn broke the tie in the employes of free delivery post oili ces. a body of legislators, the majority of Senate on tho whipping-pobill by votThe democratic caucus of the Caliwhom take to his farmer ideas and his ing Bgainst it. Underwood fornia Legislature selected Stephen M. need, Iu such and Cantrill both did tho same thing and declarations. yon, A a list of entries it ts difficult to lek the both fell into their political graves, until White as a candidate for United States Goc, a. Senator. winner, but we have placed our money recently the latter was elected a. S2. 1 1-- A circuit $2. S5. dnm- The residence of Jokn II. Wathen, agsinstthe field on the Congressman judge. Wo believe Mr. Alford has digged Sl.jjO, Did, you. 65c; 75c, Lebanon, burned and with it his little at from the 8th district. He would make a a pit which will cave in on hi munitions most worthy successor to Bck and Car- and cut his career off with his present child, who could not bo found until too Way, Into to rescue. a, lisle, and fill the position with more real office. Tho whipping-poSO; ell law may he New York City had a blizzwd Fri grace und competency than any of the a relic of barbarism, but it is as absolute 2 : Ch.ihVs Oiwvnmti.1 IS Ll !'(.? is, UFJ..M' men mentioned. Thcit is a likelihood ly needed to put a stop to certain class- day which almost completely stopped Goats Vests Snowdrifts wero flTCfeetbichl that Gov. Brown will will not enter the es of crime as tho rope is necessary for business. eost. Gents" Goods. in some places. light, preferring to wait and tackle Joe the punishment ot murderers. Convicts The 6iipremo court of Pennsyl vania Blackburn, and it is also stated Congress- are whipped in the penitentiary overy has affirmed a conviction made under man Breckinridge will not ho an active day for the infraction of rules, yet tho the Blue laws of 1701 for selling a newscandidate, though not adverse to having sickly sentimentalists raise their eyes in paper on Sunday. Senatorial lightning strike him. There holy horror when such punishment is Andrew Passetti, at Pittsburg, tofs-earc going to be lively limes at Frankfort suggested to deter men from crime. It ' two little children from in front of a and the legislators, who keep an eyo to is time such people wero moiisured at switch engine, but was himself caught windward, are already pricking their thn right size. They are enemies to the and fatally injured. ears in fond anticipation of walking in law abiding bridge was nominated on the first ballot public. While Salvation Army feervicos wero greener pasturep. by the republican caucus. jail nt Guthrie, O. T, Bssmks being noted for breaking being held in the Only four womou who presided ovtr ive s g'gmitiis elephant Ellsworth Wvatt, a momber of the Dal- admin- most ali the record, ISi)2 itleu hroks tho 4nn rMM tiAfla J flQinO the White House, during-forme-r after the order of the or.o at Coney Ismurder record. Tho number of murders Tliey are .Mr. a now. land. It is to be double as high as that !l'flUo,. -B- radstroet eavs the year just ended Dealer In- one or 22a feet to tho top of tho "how-dab.- " exceeded tho figures for any other year was the banner on for bank clearingH. Grant. Mm. Cleveland, Mr. Garfield anil Mrs Harriet Lane Johnston, who was It will bo of steel, the trunk will in history. The grand total was 0,792. Sixty-on- e citie3 aggregated $03lCSI,3t8l-370- , themi'ttrecsof the W hlto House when swing by machinery, tho card flap, In IStM it was 5,000, against 1,290 in 1S90, an increase of 0 1 per cent. tier uncle, James Buchanan, was presithe eyes roll and tho tail wag. Within and only .,ou7 in ISsO. Six thousand There are 10 distilleries in Anderson seven hundred and ninety-twmurders the trunk will ba a c.iliope to simulate county, with a daily capacity of 27.3R0J dent. Mjftlaiuo had another relapso tho beast's roar. There will be two floors Tho contemplation of such slaughter in gallons, on which is paid 90c per gallon, And- times of peace is uullicient to make the night, his family remaining awake in this $250,000 elephant the main floor or $2LG23 ol revenuo per day. all nicht within iniimdiiite call of his and grand promenade and dancing hall, blood ruu cold. It would take all the At Birdseye, Ind , Miss Ella .aring hemp raised in tho fearfully anticipating tho end region to with the gallery and tho "stomach floor" of n mad dog's bito , bedside, hang tho grand army of murderers in died from tho effects dawn. The latest reports are to where will be located a great restaurant. notwithstanding a madatone was ap- befoie the effect that the invalid is still in a Tho nuimal will be lighted by numerous this country and it is to bo hoped 1S93 plied until it would no longer adheie. will break tho record of neck breaking. critical condition and his death may ocwindows and an abundaucu of electric When Mr. Cleveland becomes presi- cur at any moment. lights. The Chicagoians are projecting Let the hangings equal tho number of 2 murders and we shall not have the half dent again he will find that there nre The memorial of tho Legislative all manner of things to amu3e and fleece there woie than more of 0,702 to record next January. of New Mexico praying Coiwe the unwary visitor, and he is wise who when he left the White House iu 1SS9. foradmif8ioii to the Union should resecures a return ticket home beforo ho Nkwspapeuial. The Owensboro InTho celebrated murder trial of Dr. ceive a favorable response at the present starta out to eeo the sights. quirer inaugurated the new year by tak- T. J. Hourigan, who killed his brother-in-la- session. The Territory has a population Hays, four years ago iu Marion of 175,000, which i3 nearly equal to the The alliance Legislature of South Car- ing the Associated Press dispatches and olina has enated a remarkable whisky reducing its price. Hon. George Vest county, is in progress in thoTaylorcouu-t- y combined population of Montana, Idaho circuit court. directly under Triplett, an old hand at tho bellows, will law, which puts its a and Wyoming nt the date of their The Court of Appeals says that the the supervision of tho State. There is assist Mr. A. J. Casey in the editorial to he an official dispensary, or bar, in department, thus strengthening what Kentucky Central must pay the $15,000 That Florida tramp arrested by on I have bought of Mr. Jesse 1). Wcnrcn, his Mock of each county and a person who wants to was strong before. Mr. E. L. Davison, awardud AiiBtin Smith by the Lexing- enterprising and imaginative sheriff at replenish his jug has to furnish a certifi- Jr., who ha3 been it editor from its ton court, who had both legi cut off by Starke, Florida, was only a tramp and cate setting forth his name, age, resi- foundation, announces that ho has pur- a train on its road. not Billy Pope after all. Mr. Leech deHon. Kd Parker informs us Mint the. tected the imposture at once. The mnn dence, sort of liquor wanted and for chased the Pinevillo Messenger and will what purpose it is to ba u3od. This in- make some notable improvements in it. mail service recently awarded to tho firm had "confessed" in tho hope of gettinir a And have moved half of the McRoberts & HiL'tims stock of formation ii recorded and is open to tho He is a good newspaper man and has of Parker, Jones & Steele, of thia place, free ride to Louisville. The bank ollkials inspection of tho public. The results of made the Messenger a most reliable and amounts in the aiwregate to over f200,-00- have now withdrawn the reward offered for Pope's capture. London Kcho. such a noval law will be watched with readable paper. The government pays the railroads interest. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Should Got. McCreary be chosen to nearly ?25,000,000 a year for carrying fill out Senator Carlisle's term in the SHOES, HATS, CAPS, JfcC, Bv the way, what's become of Little Itev. A. V. Sizemore, of Stanford, mails. This is of 1 per cent, on the to Phil Thompson since tint presidential Upper House of Congress, tho woods tal capitalization of tho roade, or at their will begin a protracted meeting at the Into the same room, and these goods S. election fell on him? Like several other will be full of candidates for his seat in market price about of 1 per cent. Baptist church in our city o th democratic statesmen of renown and the Lower House. Thtre will be ono or The latest in th Kentucky Senatori- Somerset Republican. prophets of disaster, soup and silence more candidates from every county but al outlook is the tip from Birdstown iia Iiev. J. G. Livingston will preach at appear to have claimed him for their Lincoln, but Mr. J. Mort llothwell, of Washington that Mr. JolinM. Atherton, the Gohen church ain thii year, maanown. Glasgow Times. Philip is imar1 Garrard, ia the first to king his 10th. II- - will also preach at Arc before the public. Our uiotto is "Under Huy, Under Sell, for nounce his candidacy. He told a Louis- of Louisville, will tnttr the lists as a canenough to know when a housj falls on Pittabure one Sunday in each mouth. Cash." These goods arc offered at prices that will be arguments didate to succeed Senator Carlisle. W. T. Stead, tho reteran editor of him and to realize that the situation ia ville Post reporter that he would be a of the CappR, the great themselves as to which road you will go, up to success and happiness London, says not promising for him to get out. At candidate. 7th New York Kegiment, is doad. His U'io Morning, published in ' before many by being a Cash Uuycr, or down to bankruptcy into the hands of long any rate, he will not bo an applicant for The press aisociation of the 12 news- death following ho soon after that of Pat- that it is his conviction that soul and winded credit merchants and out into the chilly blasts of ruin. An commissioner of internal revenue this papers published in Georgia in the inter rick Gilmore, deprives tho country of months the immortality of the time. the possibility of communicating with early an repeated visit and inspection is extended to all. est of npgroes, parsed resolutions insist- two of its greatest and most popular mu the dead would bo fnets established by telegraph operators am generally ing upon ttie use of the word npgro in sicians. Tak indubitable scientific tests The last spiko on the Great North or men of more than average ability and preference to colored, case Tin- - verdict iu the Dr, Hrigv-should be the last men to resort to any other term. Thin is sensible. Negro ern railway was driven 13 miles below Hknnik Wkakkn, Salesman. period in th process hut marks another strikes to enforce their demands, that is simply means a black man, and is the the summit of Stevens' Pa, on the west- of disruption in the church and makes it ern slope of thv Cascade Mountains, near until all other means of securing redress only proper word to use in contra ever that Prcsbyte-rianiaSpokaue Falls, Wash., thus completing more manifest than with one that is white. failed. Those on the Hock Island have is a name that covers two modes route. another road, who went on a strike, lost everythought that are cauLate reports state that of the 550,000 of religious b.dief and thing. The road will discharge none of The MassachuHutts republicans in as Calvinism and Agnos cus decided on Congressamun Henry eaM'B of cholera occoriini; in Ilussia in as antagonistic ...Dealers In its now operators to make room for striAdvertiser. allegiance Cabot Lodge for Hunry L. Dawes' suc- tho last epidemic, 200,000, or more than ticlain. New York kers unless they renounce all cessor fn the Senate. Lodge is author of half proved fatal. The mortality is rm Tho rtitument h made that .1. him to the Order of Telegraphers. the Force bill, which was mainly instru- aw fill one and the trouble is not ended ry McLean, of the Fourth Auenuo Bible House, New York, reads proof in 242 The Indiana Legislature, which is in mental in putting his party out of pow- yet. cession, with all tho democratic caucus er. It is, therefore, singular that he Tlit Tfailivitv A im rtnnrftt tfm num.! lammaires and dialects, yet gets only $21 a nominees elected to the various offices, should accorded any honor, much less her of miles of railroads built in 1S92 at ' week Thei .Jis evidently a mistake in ' of lnBH8i or tho amount is composed of 03 democrats and 37 re- the great one conferred. 4,0021, not including sidings, Ac. This is tllB Such a proof reader hh Mr. House and 31 democrats publicans in the PV. a consideiable falling off against 1MJ1. ' Coito John R. Fellows, u leading Tain; Plows, and Most Any t0 be .c,'nld ''"11"1 Jlu Stovos, " ' and 10 republicans in tho Senate. At oulv reports one mile built and in Farming Implements. many man, spoke at the Watterson iiiijlit nnine. thia ratio of democratic increase Indiana all tho loads in the State report .K.jl- Rot any Balury lio Club celebratiou of Jackson's Day and Kov. W. A. Sluymaker, wife Rnd will soon ho in overwhelmingly citfl fired the hearts of his hearers. Mr. Felm.uii.1..p ofnri. nlino,i daiiKliterrt, Misses Nellie and Liz.ie, of body as Keni.inn.i n,i iu the ' lows is a firm believer in "to the victors Hichuiond, are located at tho Myers V r in i.o.,.. ,.,.... frmn iinlromi-illitucky. belong the spoils" nnd his remarks therethat a fight for a prisoner between a Hoiibo till Mr. Slaymaker can secure a to An onterestlng bit of news comes from upon wero applauded to the echo. sherifl's posse and a mob, had resulted house. He has accepted the call Presbyterian church here j York that when the Cleveland fam- for the in ill persons being killed and many oth-NEWSY NOTES. ' e- CAN,,is se,rn'on8 , 'Smu,.a' j Ily returns to the White House there ers wounded, proves to be a lie made out or will bo four instead of three, as at prei- were very uno anu were iiaieucu iu wuu Over two millions of our gold was of whole cloth. great interest. ent It is hoped that the ii9w comer can exported last week. The Kansas supiemo con t has be named G rover, Jr. Mr. John I). Rockefeller is preparing L.fc N. loat its car shops at New case of Rosenthal, The the contest for himself a better obituary than Jay which cost $75,000. to The office of district attorney for Ken- Orleans, in the business portion of Pitts- who was electedby the Legislature by a Gould received. Better than that, ho is tho democrats, but Fire large majority ONtucky will not go u'begging. Already doburg caused a loss of $33S,000. counted out by palpablo error or gross gaining for himself the satisfaction of Senator Carlisle has received the appliSheriff Colson, of Bell county, killed fraud. The decision will give thorepuh ing good while he lives and of directing cations ol 14 lawyers and none of the personally the me of his money to the bear in that countv. licans control of the lower House. mtlyiBfc "deestricta" have been heard The idoif of Gen. Huston, aged Tennesson, whete considerahlo hiuh public ends which e htu wisely In from. Co, was burned to death at Lexington. opposition to Senator Bate had been an- cliOhen to promote. Mr. KocKciellcrs Ashland, Wis., Sunday experienced ticipated, he was nominated n tho first Christmas gift of $1,000,000 to the Uni- Scissors, Hutchcr Knives, Knives and Forks for Children, Nut CrackFou kiad personal allusions our friend is Smith, oi the Mt. Vernon Signal, has the hardest snowstorm of the season, the ballot by the democratic caucus. Sena- versity of Chicago more than princely ers and Picks, &c. it is American. The magnificent preswe shall streets being almost impassable. Snow tor Cockrell, of Minsouri, was named by laid us under obligations that a total of JU.OOO.OOO which he not boob lorg,nor ceasa- - io strive to In the Gogebic range is over four feet acclamation and in Michigan, where the ent makes Full Stock of GROCKRIKS, all Fresh and Trices Low of Course. j deep on tho level. "-.. iu much doubt, SenatorStock- - has give to this university. result was liquidate. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal W. WALTON. EVBBY y, Turkic seems to bo entirely too much politics mixed up in the penitentiary lease question. It ia charged by some of tho papers that Gov. Brown's hostility Company ia due to to tho Mason-Foartho fact that its members exercised their right as American citizens in opposing Gov. Brown's candidacy and advocating Gen. Watt Hardin for governor. We are loth to believe that Gov. Brown is nsBinall a man as this would indicate, and it is to bo hoped that tho business will be satisfactorily adjusted all around. V know the member of tho Mason Foard Company to be gentlemen of tho highest standing for honesty and integrity and if it id n shown, as Gov. Brown claims, that it is indebted to the State 540,000, or any other sum, they will liquidate. Of oho thing w nre sure, the State cannot find another company so able to comply with all its contracts as this one, nud it is to be hoped that special inducements may be offered it to continue the lease, which is about to expire, and which the company docs not wish to renew on Gov. Brown's construction of it. d -I.T.-Go- Jan imry iearan.ee 1 Ud)lfj have many Winter .- on hand and they Call-fomi- a 3SMC' - 330EC"7"3ES- Ladies' all Jersey Jackets $2. at this. Ladies' Far- Trimmed Jackets' $r.5Q. HERE'S A CHANCE FOR CHILDREN. at $2. Long at $2 only. Cloaks for Ladies, Sixteen Cloaks, size 12 erly sold from $5 $15, letter-carrier- BLANKETS AND COMFORTS Jrejust what yon st Lt.-Gov- s. on st these cold nights. Here's what wanl: pair worth SI; pa,ir Blankets i.j7, worth $2; pair Mn.uk' 75: pair of Blankets at 75. worth $1, $1.2j and all worth more money. forts at say is our ujjuj jij.jit uepurimviib incuaaca, in trie ucearancc dale of coarse it is. Here's corker: J ten's double breast Suits Men's noMon?.!-,-Overcoats S2.f0: Bous' Overcoats SI. 00c; 200 Jeans worth l.'jj atjioc. 200 Men's Stiff Jfals at of Blankets at ets $1.50. worth . special Bargains m Ladies' and Furnishing THE LOUISVILLE STORE, 3R,- hT d Stanford, Ky. .I. Jf.'JYS, .Manager. T I 23I3yC3ER, , o ! Sat-urn- ay Fancy Groceries, Fruits Confectioneries. : lilue-Gras- a 2J,-13- ly oflice-holde- is Baker's Bread Always on Hand w. NEW DEPARTURE. 0 1 Clotlii IKOTS, GROCBEIBSj FOR THE CASH, band-mast- er Afro-Americ- s W. H. HIGGICTS, Pro'r. istinction m trans-continent- FARRIS & HARDIN, jf ' l'r Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Quccnswarc, Wagons, thing Mc-Kans- as -' demo-ciati- c , law-makin- g . McKINNEY BROS. -- 1 . d SAVE YOU MONEY -- 300-pou- Carving Sets, PocM I Table Cutlery. l.f&' S.yL ' """ sjssjsj; rit ! WPp? 'MWf' wipii'umpnf ,w jMwpp'wP'ww Femi-Weekl- y Interior Journal K.Y., JANUARY 10, 1S'J3 Tiik Gkt your birth bIoiiu il'ipi nl Pah kg', tlupu Unit's tlit WaNTICI). K)!;8 at 25 cenla. B. F. r bTANFOHI), Joncn 4c Son. imv coining nnd Hon fc.o. WA1.TON, MEANS duh, ManaKor BUSINESS. Tiik bo.is uiinntrolH don't you forgot It. Ik you need n carpet, stock. Sovurnncu A: Son. our now all kluclti from A. It. Penny, who buIIh them at publinhur'H prlcoe. IIavk your watch, clock nud jowoiry ropnirut! nl A. K. Icuny's. All work ENdiiAvixa biuutifiilly and nrtistically (Jot.1) Hi.no I.or. Finder pleniio Iwivo JouontA. K. Penny's. nt this ollltw nnd recelvo reward. Buy your hooks mid bcIioo! buppHch of IIuki.l licioTH and Shoes for lesa mon-ethan ever sold id before. W. H. 11 y s. II. C. Hi'1'I.ky, tho merchant tailor, Kknjcmiiuk tliRtnll silverware, watches. may bo found Over tho xtoro of Sever-anc- o rinKft, 4ic, bouKhtat A. It. Tunny's will 4c Son. be enuraved fruit of charc. m wftrrantwl. PERSONAL POINTS. Mlts S. M. Owknh )s quite ftick. Jilts. 1). F. Jo.nls is confined to her room with uHthtnn. Mhb. Mahv Wkllh has gone to on a visit. Ma. A. I). Hoot, Jn., has a yooil position now in Dallas, Tex. Mies JiUTBiK 1'k.nmnoton has returned from a visit to Middlcaboro. I) ii. and Mhb. G. V. Ukusauuii havu visit to rol returned from.a ativfH in Madison. JudokJ. W. Alcorn went to Frankfort yesterday to aruo a caae before tho Court of Appeals. Miss Katk Fuiuiubok returned from K two-weeks' Wu are making a specialty of Arizona cook stoves. Kvery one fully warranted. W. II. Wcaren Co. t Aitki: Jan. 15 I will sell beef for cash only. Heef will go nt 0, 8 and 10 cents aud pork at PJJ cts. J. Vest. Mil. H. H. Kino has built a largo store room at Morolnud and will .open a general merchandise store in a short time. Skxton J. M. 17 interments reporta IlKsmticKS in Hullalo Cometery in 12 1S!W, Uo ndulta and were :Ti intermenta children. There in 1891. I My accounts aro ready and duo and I will take it as n fnvor if those indebted to mo will call nt onco and settle, as I am Wayno yesterday, whero bIio has been In need of inoiioy. H. C. Hupley. visiting licr mint, Mrs. rnrmley. Missks JtiwiK Cook andj LhrAa Dryc, Accounts that aro past due aud not nnd Mr. V. D. Weathcrford, of Huston- - paid by tho first of January will he placville, visited friends hero Sunday. ed in the hands of an officer for collec, of tion Wo need tho monoy that Is duo MisfKH Katk and Jsnnik (leoinetown, returned with Mlr--a Iimlly us NOW. Kino & Menefeu. Ahvsnmlcr nnd ant now her guests. TiiKHpriug session of the Stanford FeMu. GuoiKiK 1). Wkaiikn Iiiih gout' male Collegu will begin January 21, with regularly on thu road for thu Hamilton, ()., Currioifo Co. Ho opent Rnmlny at thu same excellent faculty aa at present. The K'liool was never more prosperous, home. Mk. Fieliiim Thoioioni) has rented or bettr dcfcervlng of patronage. tho Capt. Ornig house now occupied by J. M. Hah. m administrator of N. H. got poseesslon Copt. J. Vest, anil-wi- ll IJltnoro sold 1 1 eharus of First National Feb. 1. Hank stocU at auction yesterday. Ton Miss MauuikTuckrii, who has heeu shares we,'., Wmjiht by Charles Ortnnn ut visiting thu Mioses IMiiHiw. returned JlPJnnd onosharo by W. M, Ijickey nt Miss Virile lkllard homo yestorday. IIu-kky- na ttti fxltuiiivly dull! Ailvornte, Danviiii;, i dsy with vyry few people in town. n tveok for $2. Write for rourt No Hales wore made publicly, but sever copy. al were made privately, which nro reJack Tkkky killed a catamount over potted in thiiucolariin. A bunch of heif-cfeet long in tho knobs nar Halo's Well, www on the market, ttie property of hud week. Ho was n flue apfciinun aud J. W. Allen, of Hnstotivillu, but were had claws hull an i noli long. not cold. The court vras thu dnllost one turn IIhnuy PiiiLirs, who hettHii Iraihoad-in- g for years The government's estimate of last last Monday, yotorday lud one of his feet bndy immgleil while coupling year's corn crop in the United 8ttten is 1,028, 10 1,000 buahe's, n vending per acre cars at Rowland. ga.l bushels, total value O42,14O,0O0. W-Anilstill theyconiB. Uston The wheat yield is 515,040,000, por acre ew to this, recelvod lust evening: Washing 13.4, total value 1:592,111,831, average ton, Jan. 0. To Waltcn, Htanford. value per bushel 02 4 centa tho lowed Jloist cold wavo nignal. Tvmpei'Aliuo over repotted. Minnesota led in wheat producing 41,210,000 buhrls; Iowa in cut n nnd or.ts 200,221,000 bushela nnd 5,- 8 11, 000 respectively. Kentucky producwill fall about 20' by Tuesday morning." ed 11,8:55,000 busholfi of wheat, OS.S05,-00- 0 Did nuy hotly ever! of corn and 10,007,000 of oats. The Georgetown Times reports these Owiug to tho scarcity of Si.kioiii.no. important sale?.' Btiford Hall sold to Luka sleighs, that delightful, way of taking Hodger 200 cattle, to be delivered from one's sweetheart riding has not been in- it June 15 to July 15, and from tho latter dulged in to a grtj'U extent, except by date to September at 4jc. He sold to those who aro sufficiently in love to pay for tho privilege. Coasting samo the hogs to follow these cattle, 150 $2 nn hour or 2(K) in number, nt&:, to bo delivered la not bo expensive anil has consequentat the same time thu cattle are deliverly been much more engaged in. A mered. He b1o sold to same 1,000 to 1,500 ry party was out Friday night, which greatly enjoyed itself, till MiFS Georgie lambs, whatever his crop may bo, to bo Wray got hurt, fortunately not serloua delivered between the middle of July to tho middle of August, at 51c; also 22 catly, howuver. tle, butcher etnfr, to bo de'ivered now at I5o. Ho Bold 50,000 pounds of tobacco FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. scnreely half his crop, nt 10 to 12c. Fifty gooil stock ewes for sale. M. Ducklin'a Arnica Salvo. K. Cox. j 1 m 3 BptfWv w rwmif fiP ATT T All Winter Goods Must Go. Our Stock Reduction Sale has begun. Cloaks, Underwear, filank-ctComforts. Winter Dress Goods, Overcoats, Men's and Boys' Heavy Winter Suits must go. The time has come for us to begin to place our orders for Spring and Summer Goods and we must get rid rid of our winter stock. All of our 50c Novelty Dress Goads now reduced to 35c; one lot of Brocade Worsteds reduced to 10c; one lot all wool Flannels reduced to 20c; one lot Camel's Hairs worth 75c reduced to 50c. Our $15 Cloaks reduced to $9; our $3.50 Cloaks reduced to $2 75; our Misses' Cloaks worth $4.50 reduced to $2. We arc determined not to carry these winter goods over, so do not lose any time in coming to examine these goods. We call special attention to our line of black Dress Goods and to our stock of House-KeepinGoods, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Table Covers, Lace Curtains, Lace Bed Sets, &c. Come and see us., s, g ii ! 3 1 J. S. HUGHES. iitcoinpnnied hxr, Mit. W. II. Wkaiikn wont over to Ueorgiitonn .Saturday to attend thu burial o Dr. H. M. Dudley, president of liVorgetown College. Mu. amM us. W. C. Hctciiinoh, of Hoylc, have removed to thu Watta houso on Lnnaidcr street, recently vncnWtd by D. I'onny. Ji'Imik M. C SAfii.bV and Cols. W, (.!. Welch nnd H. C. Warren went to Sunday to attend to soino cases in circuit court there. the Hon. John Sam Owbi.uv, Jit., is back visit to his sister, Mrs. from a W. II. Mauler, at Nashville. While in the city he paw tho democratic caucus renominate V. S. Senator Hate. Mit DavbI.. Siott, the advance courier of Sweeney, Alvldo & (iouU'a Minstrels, arrived yenterday and thin morn ing the town will blossom with bills of lany hues announcing the coming of B.(4thu show on Jan. Kith. nt llui Prink Cir- t.. i l. w.... i .11 tl it i r'tngu Company, Cincinnati, combined business and plvniiiio during Ids layover hero by enjoying the cociety of a very nanosonio lauy, .t.. I.aIIa Iknl.k illfi who """ uuiu mv town in which he used to live. vniuu Tux hnlest and heartiest old gentlo-main these diggings ia Mr. Hobert H. Wooils. He is 7U years of g and is almost as nrtivo as his boh, Kph, yet and far more Industrious. There were 22 aud he is children In his father's the only survivor. Mu. L. D. Samkmo.n, of the burned out Harbourville Herald, ws horo Saturday to seo Ida Bwrethaart. Ho tolls' us that ha will not resume tho newspaper htisl- nes.s at once, but go into tho revonue service for tho present, in which ho has accepted a position. Wo aro glad to denow that Mr. Sampson's lot-- is not en lire, aa at first stated. Ho thought his insuranca policies had oxpired, but ho - found ohm of Sol'il), on which ho will get nice little tho money to form quite nest egg for future operations .Dr. two-week- s' I m Mh Ci.i-T.-iri-- i! - ft 1 -- n s 'dfYAND Scahk this oillce. lost. VICINITY. Finder pleno leave at set- Youn account Is ready. Call and tle. I mean you. A. H. Penny. sorei, Mark Ktilmnks bought of Joo Swope ptd ulccri, tilt rhcuoi, fever tares, tetter, chap hands, chilblain, corns and all skla erup85 owes at SI 50. tions arid positively curts piles, or no pay requir ed. It is riv. C. T. Johnson bought of Win. More- - or moneyguaranteed to l'rico perfect satitlactior, tetunded. t$ cents per bc. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. For sale b A. R. Pinny, Stanford, Kr. land 115 sheep at S 1.50. 24U1, 1893. Johu Hill Bold to Hobinson, of Gar NEW ADVEIiTISKMEXiy. rard, a lot of fat cattle ot 2c. Full corps of Conservatory and Norm il School teachers. Miperlor courses in Literature, Music and W. B. Kidtl bought in Fayette. 7(t An. Kxcrflcnt boarding department Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. cnttlo at II tcni JO. Opera Houso. At Ormonde weighs 1,100 pounds and at that rate cost $1'J').2S a pound. KNGAOEMKNT EXTRAORDINARY, Prewittifc Wood bought of Fast End VfcfcK parties a lot of butcher stulTnt 2c. Vfej William Sandidgu sold to John Wil ?fe --Hiss son, of Boylo, n combined filly for 5200. Annual lour ol the favorite, J. A. &S. T. HnrriH Bold to K. P. Woods their cattle hogs, May delive-iya nt . People of Lincoln county, call at Hustonville, Kentucky, at O. M. Spoonamore has engaged to 12. $113. P. Woods 30 hogs, to bo delivered May i&! Tiik report that came from Crb Orch- 1, at 0c. Will Matheny bought of W. II. and 1 ard that Mr. Hut Dlllfon and Miss Mng-giuloped proved untrue. J. II. Tuoker a farm containing 170 acres Tucker hnd The young lady wni hero on n visit and forft,200. Triiutformatio First I'.rt J. W. Ferguson eold to M. Knht.,30 A Grand said if she laid eloped sho hadn't heard Elaborate nod Refined MiiKtreliy head of cattle nt Ale Parig Kvcrthliig New aud up to the times tor of it. Not an old sag on the hill the cain ot 'yjKoutuckian, o Tin: president of thu Falls Hranch A. F. Moberly eold to Josh Swope a Coal Company writes to Messrs. maro mule for $S0 and bought in o HlggiiiH 4c Wnlta that if any otto but 7 at $M). them hero claims to be Belling tho Fnllri W. II. Hays sold the lambs of 70 Hranch coal that hu is a fraud and ought owes to Adam Pence fot June 2f to July S Sec the Grand to be exposed. delivery at 5Jc. Clog Tournament, Mi'lks rou Salk. A oar load of 15J John Maiitin, (ij feet tall, was place J I will soon have my Spring Goods, Call in and get a Bargain, as !l years old ami all broke. H. B. S See the Big Song and Dance in jail hero Sunday for stealing money hands. my Winter Goods must go. J. SOLOMON. from James l.ee, a distiller. He was King, Morelnnd. See the Great Byers, Peter Gentry sold to J. Will Poor tried before Squire K. H. Caldwell, Jr., at hogb for delivery European Novelist. Waynesburg, ami held in $300 bond till 175 head next May at 5.15. circuit court. He failed to give it. 10 Pork reached $18.50 a barrel at Chi- to Funny Comedians 8 Sweet Sineers Two causes combined to keep tho cago '"aturday, tho highest prico for crowd ftom court yesterday tho wretch- years, and hogs touched 7jc. THF QUAKER CITY QLINT1ETTE, (Late Alexander's Hotel.) ed weather and tho inability or disincliMack Kubauks has leuted of Joo Harry cliunk, Lively and Howard, nation of those who owe accounts to Swope his farm of 200 acres for S500. CM. SecLejr, tho Only Alvido, Aud a Host of Others. Rates $2. 50 Per Day. settlements. Mr. Swope will move to Indiana. make their 1). C. Allen sold to M. J. Farris U were scarcely .0 strangers in There Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite the Court-HousAt Noon cattln at 3Jc. Ho purtown. head Ky. lly TrvTWrn I GoeHe's Celebrated Ilaud. chased of F.mmett McCoamack 25 uhoats : W. R. LOGAN, Come aud sec a Good Show. A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, Tiik county court yesterday was at 5c. so and j;c. Reserved Seats now on Price of a hingl item of public Interest. Manager. J. J. Marshall, clerks. W. 11. Traylor has contracted with sale at v U. McKoletts' Jmlgo Varnon, Attorney Paxton and Win. Morelend and S. T. Hania to slop Clerk Coof.er were all oil taking a nap 100 cattle aud feed 150 hogs for half the a. c. SINE J. N.MENKTK when a reporter went in nnd examined weight hu puts on them. the minutes. At least that is the suppol.aat week Mattingly it Sanders Brop. Notice Is hereby Risen tnat r, the undersign-1- , sition, as none of them were in the A hsvc bought 22 head of mules from Mrs. B. D. elicious asrcfd to lorm a charitable, corporation pursuant to Chapter 6, and room. he General Statutes of Kdelen at $122 50 and shipped same to ts an endmentsct Sslil corrioration shall Lear the name and Am. the stockholders in the Hankers Atlanta, Ga. Lebanon Enterprise. be knon as the Kvaucelical Kciormcd Saint Contrrgatiott atOltenhcim, l.iocoln Counand Merchant" Bank at Dallas, Tx., lost M. N. Do Pau w, wriUng from Char- John's ty, Kentucky. It principal place of tr.itisctinp 00 per cent, of their holdings. It has lotte, N. C, says that the mule trade is biilliess shall be at Otttenheim, in Lincoln Colli.-lKentucky, lhe Keoeral nature of the gone out of existence and tn be transacted is to provide the members pretty fair there and that hu has sold with thepreaching ol tlm Holy (iopel uud all othof the Citizens National under the name about 100 since ho left Shelby City. er means of grace There shall tie no capital The capitaliw ith a capittl of The torpor itiou shall connivence us The Columbia Spectator reports that stock on the firt day of February, '1843, and Ofllcc zation of tho old bank was half a million. Sims it Mattingly, of Marion, bought 2.1 shall I'M"! for io)tars. endinf, January 31, 19.13. shall be two el it was held in this coun- mules in Adair for $1,050 and several The othcersot the coiiKree.ition About MRS A.W.JAMES. ders and two deacous, who tojether shall form W. H. WRARKN Muf ty. the board of trustees Their term ol othce hall other smaller lots at $65 to $110 each. be two years and 'the election shall bo held the annual general meeting on the first Sunday A iTKit playing Hlchmond, Va., PetersMr. Fonda, of Ohio, bought of Win. in January The amount of indebtedness shall at burg, Lynchburg, Hoanoke, Wythevill, l.audgraf I0t5 acres of tho old John Volte no time exceed the bona ride value cf tho coipi-rat- e property, ".ntini.luditis debts contracted fcr Bristol nml Mtddlesboro thit week, place near Kingsville at i). Mr. Fonun lobe paid when buildings aro In projicia of erecSweeney, Alvido 4c Goetze will arrive will build a house and move as soon as tion. 1 he private property of members shall be cxiinrt finm corporate debts. .WITH. hero next Sunday noon, for the perform- possible. JOHN VRKDNAKK. ance at Walton's Opera House, Monday W. A. Hussell, of Boyle, hold to It KERIHNANU HKIDUNIIRANU, r.OtTFKU I) TSCHAN7. night, HUh. Tho newspapers aro high K. Biggs tho trotter Creel, 2:291, for HKNHY H1I.I)KKRAN1T, D.Spots-woocompany, which has in praise of tho Mr. Biggs also bought of F. ItlllN SWAHLEN, CONRAD DISCII, been materially strengthened since its mare, Flare, 2:12j, tho IOIIN KOCHKU. RUDOI.K TRAUII, last visit here. And are strictly "in it" on anything in by C. F. Clay, dam by Jay Bird, for JOHNDISCH, -- The bctt ttlvc In the world lor cuts, bruises Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January l.IJOO-poun- d Walton's Monday, Jan. 18th J r at n .11 j Jnu J 41 , mm, km hire MG .t o IXTSTBELS -j The Cheap Bargain Store. Jel-lie- Hock-castl- 30 Star Artists, 30. 1 Am Closing Out My WinterStoek. 200-pou- THE WILLARD. e, Mimi-annu- Grand Street Parade 1,000-poun- L,ouisvillc, do-voi- d t. it Kcn-IikL- v. & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors The of and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. y, tmii-lie- n STANFORD LUMBER YARD, ex-iti- ne 111 WE BedntheNewYear $2,-00- 0. d $1,-25- 0. NEW PMMJES 9 1 T I V yy Jk ii M Tiik Wkathku. Tho coldest spell of Jocu weather that has been felt in this section Fon Hk.nt. Oilico in Intkiuou nal building. Apply to W. P. Walton.' for years Iiiih continued without cessation inco Christmas eve. Tho cold wave Mu. P. W. Caktkh killed an eaglo Sat- promised for triday came with a venurday that measured 71 fcot from tip to geance, driving the mercury down near' tip. ly to zero,', and since then snows nnd '' nn slceta have fallen fast aud furious. It Get a irood dinner for. 25 cents, oyster etow or fry at tho samo price at snowed most all day yesterday mid still there's more to follow. Colder weather H. .immor's . 9 is promised for to day. Ni:i:dei. What you owe munudiu'cd Tiik Somerset Hepublican says of Tom it bad. Accounts all copied. Please call Scott, who waH 'recently "graduated" and Buttle. A. A. Warren. from the Crab Orchard Keeley Ctuo for if 2.') Wantkd. 100,000 do.en eggs at inebriates: Ho is greatly impioved in centa'nnd tho samo number of poundB of health and so changed in appearance butter at 25 contR. W. II. Wcaren it that his old friends hardly know him. Co. Ho says ho feels like another person and while he bus tho same taste for liquor Mv customera will greatly oblige mo that he always had, ho hns no unnatural by paying their accounts, which aro past onco. Mies and ungov'Tuablo appetite for it. Ho duo. Don't wait but pay at ran drink t or .t.r"n Jrorr doing so just Annio Wray. like other menjwliofaro not under its i moved his shoe terrible influence. His reformation apIIatciikb Iiiih a pears to be complete. He has been ofshop to tho up stairs over Bruce & where he will do work fered a position in Louisville aud ho will lively atablo accept. for cash only. JOHN ORIOOISIIERO . mules at $S5; one of Bai ler Jeituings for $100; one of J. L. Ynntis for $75 and !1 of H. Cobb, Sr., for $275 Ho bought of S. P. Stagg 100 sheep at $3.7."). B. G. Govcr Logan 20 cotton bought of Dr. P. W. Ottcuheim, Lincoln 1891 ALDRECHTSTA.Ml'l-J.YCo , Ky., December 31, HARDWARE&GROCERIES W. H. WEAEEN & CO. A WTt mS AJtJA. i. XI -- VKV.t i Josiah lti8hop Bold to Prowitt & Wood '2o lioj!H uvurjRir.K l!50 jiountis at (ile ami u yoko of oxt'ii for i'J'2. Ho sold to Johnson, of Unvle, n lot of butcher stull'ut IJc nnd to McKoborts & llriecoo S cotton limit's nt $72. Thomas Houso sold to acres of tho land advertiaed by the comintBsioncr to Lawrence ntid tho HutFiuan Uros. at $3o and $10 an acre and arranKinj to pay tho rest of tho debt due tho tato of Thornton Porter, the Bale of tho tract was not THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of m MP WWT a ih JS. XL!aAA3 JnSi.0 JXMIO JUL. 9- - Watches, Clocks DRUGGIST AND JEWELER i And The Largest Stock- BOO&ST.T1T1F.R. TJ. Yea-ger'- uiade yesterday. A.Gover, of Bronstou, roporte the Balo of P.J iuules at Atlanta at f 91. CO. He oays the markut is bettor by fJO over last year and that shippers feel better. James P. Gover also sold in same mar ket 23 head at $111; Bourne Newell 27 at $S7. at $102.59 and O. O. GoveiReporter. Somerset 'John Jewelry And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. CsrYourpatroiiajAll goods sold cnRraveil tree of charge. respectfully solicited. to select from. Prices' alwas as Low as the low Watchest. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. s Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. . es, Clocks and Enj;ravinjr Beautifully and Artistically D Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange for goods;iN Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal patronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite at A, R. PENNY. tendon", honest gooes and fair prices. ! I - 1 1 K v MAT . J ?,- . 2. , . - - If" Semi-Weekly Interior Journal ZULEIKA'S EEEIIIVES. "Papa, I really thinl: yon onght to in- ting married!" jo?rcd Rosamond as sho TWO DOLLARS' WORTH. 'i terfere," paid Zuloikn, hercheeltaaflftine, Published Every TueBday and Friday her eyes ftill of wrathful fire. AT "Papa, I do wish you would put $S PEKYEAIt IJJ ADVANCK in her place, onco for nllt" siwko S"1, not so paid S2.6Q '" " " Rosamond tho regal. Tho professor laid down hi3 pen with u polysyllabled word yet unfinished, and TIME CARD. K.C. LOCAL sighed a Borean sigh. "More trouhlo," said ho. "What is Rowland at 7:00 a m., returning Train mvcs at 5:20 p.m. tho matter now?"' "Aunt Paulino hns sent mo n cherry I. &N. LOCAL TIME CARD coloretl cjihmero dress," sputtered ,11 40pm "tho prettiest color and threo Mailtrain going North. ...1 jipm aguiu it 36pm yards of .turali to trim it with. And South Express train" J ...3104 m and Rosa ns coolly appropriated it." Vm1!1 ti4lt v,lllc 10 CI " North, Local Freight North needed a new gown," observed herself sho thought: "I ...OP Rosamond. "And Zu can do very well "Yes, do. That's right! I plnnted tho The latter train! also cirry passengers. Ucalculated on standard time. Solar with her dyed sago green. Besides, I'm carnations, nnd I watered them, nnd I Tha above ime is about 20 minutes faster. tho oldestf took care of them and you coolly "I3 that any reason you should ho a them. It's always eo in this QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. thief?" retorted tho irato Zulcika. family, nnd papa never interferes to pro"Girls, girls!" protested tho professor, tect my rights!" Trains pas J unction City ns follows : She was thus soliloquizing when she m.; Fast turning hia slim whito fingers in tho Special :iop. hair of hia head. saw another reflection than her own in Mail xa:so p. m ; Kast line 12:15 n. m. "ilako her givo it back to mo, papal" the mirror. She gave a jump and a Special arne at 8:40 p m. Special leaves at 6:00 said Zulcika. "It's mine! Aunt Paulino Bcream simultaneously. never sent it to her. Sho has no busi"Don't bo frightened," said tho apparia. m.; Kast Mall ia'5ap- m' 1'iorida Special 4 ness to tako it." n. m.: Fast T.lnc j.15 tion. "You tiro Rosamond, aren't you? "Tell her to remember that sho is only I am your cousin Franklin." a child, papa," calmly remarked RosaHo wns very cordial and lmndsoino, mond, "and that sho ought to defer to with pleasant, dark eyes, a rich olive her elders." complexion, and a sweet, deep voice. Zuleika so far forgot her dignity as to Zuleika was quite certain that sho was mako a face at Rosamond nt this stago going to liko him. of tho discussion. "No," said she, 'Tin not Rosamond. I "Oh, I just wish Gtpt. Cnlvcrly could am Zuleika, tho younger sister. But Tm know what a whitcd sepulcher you nre," very glad to see you, all tho same, and Baid sho. "Just wait till I get a chance I'm sorry papa hasn't como back from won't I tell him nbout tho Balm of thepostoffieoyet. And" (hurriedly flingRoses and tho Coreopsis Cream for tho ing tho chnmois cloth into tho pot iourri Complexion, and" jar) "I'll go out with you into tho gar"Papa, will you silence her?"' appealed den and show you where Rosamond is." Rosamond, with tho expression of n For sho was secretly determined, in grioved angel. spito of her wrongs, to givo Rosamond "Girls, girls," groaned tho professor, every fair chnnce. "do reflect. Hero is this manuscript to Franklin Jefferd looked down nt tho bo sent off to Tho Scientific light, agilo figure ns he walked beside it. at 4 o'clock this afternoon, and how do How pretty sho was! What a delicate you suppose it's to bo done? Rosamond, pink color burned on hor clear cheek, don't teaso your 6ister. Zuly, bo a good nnd how intonwly lilno her iyw girl, and rcind what Rosr.niOlid miys. were! And then those silky rings of Tho profo3sor went back to his Rtacks light brown hr.ir that were blowing A Cream of Tarter Baiting Powder. H hest ot in leavening strength Latest United State of pens and pools of ink. Rosamond nbout her forehead what bewitching Government Food Report. darted ono triumphant glanco nt her framework they made to her face! ROYAL RAKING l'OWDF.RCO.. younger sister, and sailed liko a royal 106 Wall street, New York. "If Rosamond is prettier sho must bo galleon out of tho door. very pretty," he thought. Zuleika ran headlong into tho garden At that moment the sound of shrieks and never let loose tho torrent pf her nnd vituperations burst on the scented bobs and tears until sho was safe dovn summer air, and Rosamond, forcing her F. B. RILEY.'.Proprietor, among the pinks and phloxes, where tho wny through the tall lilac bushes, rushed bees wont in -Kentucky. and kept up aand out of two littlo hives into tho oicii garden, both hands clasped London, murmurous hum. over her face. battel I have moved to my new Hotel 'and am "I wish I was ono of you, you dear Was it Rosimoud this figure with accommodate the public prepared than ever to little brown belted things!" passionately disheveled hair, eyes swollen to nearly Sood Livery attached and every tonvemence. deiired. Uive me a can. cried she, resting her chin in her hands- - twice their size, face disfigured with inFRANK RIL.KY. 77 as sho sat staring at them, her vision numerable stings, nnd complexion pur-plblurred by tears. "Then there wouldn't with rngo and pain? to the Traveling Public. bo any question of gowns and boots nnd "It's your horrid, hateful bees that Uotice horrid, cross elder sisters. I wonder is have douo it, Zuleika!" sho screamed. I have had do? 1 "Anyhow, I it wicked to hate tho hives HOUSE shouldn't hato her Rosamond as I and tho brush nndthrew both them, nnd into if sho was kind I'd smashed furnished At Rowland repainted and nicely of the bestand considerate to mo, nnd acted us if like to lling you after them! Yes, I have in connection with Hotel one night; a night she loved mo just tho least littlo bit would!" In the State, open day and col"It warn't tho creeturs' fault, Miss man meets all trains. In connection with Housr in tho world. It isn't tho cheny wells in the have also one of tho beat Mineral on Mr. and Mat, ored cashmere so much though I would Jefferd," explained tho voice of Jacob, call and for reference to water, Mr. and Mrs. I lordMrs liko a now gown that hadn't been dyed the hired man, who brought up tho InG. W. Patrick. Louisville, A. A. Wjrren. Stanford, Dr. over, und that Rosamond hadn't worn rear, beating off a cloud of infuriated gram, Erin, Tenn.. E. Proctor, C. II. Uraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. all the beauty out of before I got hold insects with tho brim of his straw hat. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Johnson. New Haven, Jim Cox. Greensbunf. Rates $a per of it but it's the hateful, hideous, out"Bees ia alien quick to tako offense M ,C,reV AY'prop. rageous injustice of tho thing. I,'vo al- an' you jest slapped out at 'em when d?3o.yJ- most a mind to run away, or to go for they came harmlessly hummin' round hired help, or drown myself or some- about your ear. And it didn't bettor thing. "Jacob!" springing suddenly to matters, nono when you kicked tho hives SALE. LAND her feet "what are you doing here?" over into tho brook. I shouldn't won"Please, Mis3 Zuleika," said the stolid der, now, ef it was twenty-fou- r hours Forty Acres of Lund, 4 miles South clStarJcrJ, half cleared, balance in timber, good orchard, two farmhand, "Eben Phelps, ho's como afore yo could seo outen your eyes aeveMailing springs, and arter tho bees." ag'in." "And what business has Eben Phelps "Papa," cried Rosunond, "if you don't with my bees, Td liko to know:" put a stop to Znleika's obstinacy and yy "Miss Jefferd sold 'em to him, miss. willfulness" Sho don't want no bees here. She's goin1 "It isn't papa, Rosamond," said Zuextraction of teeth and other to havo tho ground leveled for a tennis leika, in n low voice, as sho gently deFor the painless court whatever that may be." minor surpory. I havo tested its virtue sufficient-ltached her sister's hand from tho stranR. C. MORGAN, P. P., S. to know Zuleika Jefferd stepped tragically to ger's arm. "It is Mr. Franklin Jefferd. tho side of her beehives. We camo out to look for you." "This is too much!" said she. "They "I'm sorry you're so badly stung, aro my bees not Miss Jefferd's, and if Cousin Rosamond," said Mr. Jefferd. any ono dares to lay hands on a hive I'll "A little bicarbonate of soda, dissolved havo them prosecuted for tresspass! Do in water" Niucteencovl Ewei and aho one thoroughbred you hear that, Jacob?" But Rosamond, muttering a few in iiuC Steer; 7 yearling Mare Mules, good cul-Jacob retreated. There was no mis- coherent words of excuse, vanished unyetr oldgood Mufes. an d CRK,OHTOSt taking the determination in Zuleika's der the honeysuckles th.it draiied the Kingssille, Lincoln county, Ky eyes. porch, leaving Jacob to do battle nlono Eben Phelps was forced to drive away with tho winged enemies, and Zuleika without even n parley. and Franklin to console each other. SALE. "Not's I expected to carry away two And this was the "first impression" hives o' bees in broad daylight," ho ex- which nho succeeded in making upon her Acre-- , on the I will sell privately my Farm ot 50 Danville & Stanford pike, three rules from of five plained to Jacob. "Ye might a knowed unknown cousin! with dwelling It is well impmvid,necessary outbuildings; better'n that, Jake; but I sort 0' wanted "Was it my fault that Fntnk liked mo barn aud nil thobargain." better than youV" Zuleika asked her look at'emaforo Iclo-eon me on tho preml.es Xhasn,.espriDK. Call "Guess yo hadn't better," said Jacob. ter six weeks ufterward. "You needn't OMtddre,.. me at Stanford hg KEU,EY. "Our young missy sho means just what scold me because I am ongaged to b shopayn, and the bees is hern, nnyway. married before you. Ho cIium for himI will start up next te.a Squire Bae tt he gin 'em to her hisself." self, didn't he?" aomersei LUMBER SAW MIIJ on ine will have Rosamond Jefferd only shrugged her "It was tho fault of yoqr bees," said Dike, eignt mues irum Stanford, andLumber for handsome shoulders when bho heard all angry Rosamond. "I believe you kept good Oak and Poplar Zale I "ill sell at the most reasonable rates and this. me a call. them there on puriiest.' invito all who nant Lumber to gio Ottenhesai. "I mean to have my tennis court," raid "Won't you sjM'ak ono kindly, loving hakKLIUKR, ACO she. "and I mean to not rid of those odi word tome, Rosamond, now that I am ous bees, all in cood time. Of course "Say happy?" whispered Zuleika. Zu will raxe. but feho's always raging that yon rejoice m my good fortune! 6SMOP. about something." But Rosamond remained stubbornly Timu passed on. Tho cherry colored silent. Butcher Shop on cashmere was made up, and Miss Jefferd I havo Just opened a "I don't think," said Botay Blair, tho where will keep at all times Lancasier decided to wear it for tho initial timoon housekeeper, "that paor Miss Zuleika the ocasiou of the visit of Mr. Franklin ever knew what it was to bo really loved : : Jefferd, a distant cousin in whose eyes or looked alter until she was engaged to marbo obtained, which I will sell at tho that can refrigerator sho desired to appear her very best. new, Mr. Frank. Tho professor meant well, ket price. -- i have a tine, Wept large v. U, "If he's reilly tho rich member of tho "but ho'd no eyes for anything but his family," argued Rosamond, "it's worth books. And Miss Rosa oh, she was a whilo to tako a littlo pains with ono's regular tyrant! Aud yet at the weddiu dress. Wo all know that a first impres- everybody was sayin', 'What a very Branch Jellico Coal Co. sion is everything." Falls amiable person Miss Jefferd is, and what "I snppoM) you'd liko to marry him u relief it must bo to her to git that Miners and shippers ol the GENUINK and spend all his money for him," said troublesome younger sKter of hers marZuleika, who was reluctantly helping in ried off.' Oh, tho injustice of tho world!" t .u.. - tho kitchen. ieciu. . UiinfntH Tryiit. We are tno soieot uepot ..isireei anu 'anrl For Rosamond had decreed a stupenHer gossip, old Mrs. Hale, shook her Ollice corner Rowland. dous "company dinner," nnd there was cap borders. roaucros.mi. MIGOINS & WATTS. no ono who made such exquisito mayon"It's what wo must expect this side o' naise ns Zuleika. the promised land!" said sho Rosamond laughed scornfully. Philadelphia Saturday Night. "Littlo uirls should bo seen and not heard," said she. "Indeed, as I have deTho English crown 1s m'acfo npof diacided to invito Mrs. Matthews and Dr. monds, rubies, sapphires, pearls and emSTANFORD, KY., and Mrs. Raynhan,, there won't be room eralds set in silver aud gold bands. It for you at tho table." weighs SJ'J ounces and C pennyweights, troy. In it there are 3,452 diamonds, 27!) Zuleika's eyes flashed. "You wou't dare to leavo me out!" pearls, 9 rubies, 17 sapphires and 11 em--IThU Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now Baid she. eralds. charge and I Intend to conduct it so as to "You'll see whether I will or not," rebut to add otonlVmaiBUm its high reputation, accoramoda-Uon- s Experience has shown that an ckctric to iti Ion list ol frienUs. Special fine rooms.lor sponded composed Rosamond. street car can lo comfortably heated b travelers and for commercial "Rosamond," said Zuleika, her breath the expenditure of oue horso power of the display of samples. coining thick and fast, "it would bo a electrical erergy. Tho electrical heaters Saloon! judgment on you if I were to got mar- do not reduco the seating cupacity of the A First-Cla- ss car, which is kept clear of coal dust and ried first after ullJ" and POOL ROOMS attached. And BILLIARD "Much chnnce there is of your get cinders. JOSEPH COFFKY. Zu-lciZn-leielm-moi- J ..........'' smoothed the icing on her loaf of sponge cake. Tho hour of the unlmown cousin's arrival came. Rosamond looked most provokingly pretty in the cherry colored cashmere and, a cluster of deep ml roes nt her belt. Zuleika, in tho neutral tinted sago green, felt liko a katydid or a grasshopper, or any other painfully insignificant insect. "And now," said Rosamond, glancing nt her imperial presence in tho parlor mirror, which Zuleika was diligently s jrolishing with pinto powder and a cloth, "I'm going out to galh.-some carnations. r ! What riwOUmitvs' Convun.nl ton Amount- -' ... ed To. Scene A longdistanco telephone olllco in Now York. Clerk in charge. Enter n man in iv hurry. Man in n Hurry Can I telephono to Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits of rorSftli I Rowland. O J, T JLf, -:- DftTArVTT Jt J Jt AJJUI liHALKR IN 1 1 General - IHcrclmncllHC, H. I. DARST. Rowland. Boston here? SOSTIB & BQWELl, Clerk Yes, sir. STAN KO R I), KY.. Man in a Hurry How much do you charge? Houae, Sign, Decorative Paintor Clerk Two dollars for live minutes' and Paper Hanger. conversation. Kalimatcs furnished Country work solicited. Man in a Hurry AH right. Ring up Boston and got mo tho Public libntry. Whir-r-r-r. And Country Produce, Has opened his stock or goods and Is teadv In serve the neonlit of Stanford nnd vieinltr He Is ottering unheard of Ilargalns And all who want good goods at tno lowest pojmriia prices snouiu call on him on Logan Avenue. J. II. II AUG HIM AN, . FIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT Representing..... i da llluc-Gras- s North-boun- d -U- Iue-Gras - POWDER Absolutely Pure ly 11 THE RILEY HOUSE A. S. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; tlivo mo liostnn? want SURGKO.V DENTIST. Manchester, of Manchester, Kiuj.; tho Public library. Pause. Hoiioi Pub-- j nice otr Ssvcrarccfc Son's Store, Main street, Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; lie library? Here you aro. ir. Sunf.nl. Man in a Hurry (in 'phono) Hollo'. Is Ins. Co. of North America. this Boston? would Companies, All of which are Voico in 'Phone: Stockholders' Meeting. he pleased to wait tumy friends in this line fol. issued. Will Insure against tornaicies promptly Man in a Hurry Of course. I know does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning ulaus. that. I didn't think was talking to tlio esatuched without additional crisrgt A meeting ol the stockholders of the National Office at First Natlonsl Hank Stanford. wholo city. Where are you at? Hank ol Huitonvllle will be held at thnr banking lluitantilleon the secant! Tuesday in houroln Voico 111 'Phono: nine purpose ol electing for W. B. Man in :v Hurry Confound your im- January, to serve the ensuing ysr. the directors W. HOCK KR, Cashier J. didn't ask you anything 84.,d pudence! DentlKt. about ending sentences with preposition. I want tho Public library. Office Sauth side Main slteet, in office tecibl A. G. Lanham John H. Cattleman. Voico in 'Phono: vacated by Dr. L. K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky Well, why didn't Man in n Hurry you say so at first? We haven't got no Stockholders' Meeting. timo in New York for propositions. Tell Ameetlng of the steckhotdcrt of the First Nawhat's that? tional Hank will be held at their b.tililig h.iuir Voice in 'Phono: in Stanfardon theseennd THC4av In January. director, for 11 Smi. for the purtHsol electing Man in Hurry (shouting at tho top of llTe eiwuug fcr. McRulII II TS. JOHN his voice) Jumping Jupiter! Do you t'aihltr enpposo I'm going to pay twenty-fou- r OF dollars nn hour to have you teach 1110 grammar through a telephone? Clerk (interposing) If io" talk in 1111 l)f,Uklri-(- , Afl ordinary tono of voice, sir. you will Do BA1113EE &OASTLEM Made and Set Up in All Parts of heard much bettor. MANAGKUS, tho Country. you. let J Man in n Hurry Confound No Agents employed mo alone! Put talking to an imot ihj Commerce Building, Louisvillo miles out of my reach. Agents throughout the South. W. ADAMS & SON, Clerk (apologetically) Exciimj 1110, sir . 41 llreadway, Lesingtoii, Ky 19.6m Man in a Hurry Hello! Boston Pul-H- e library! I want to talk on n matter W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agfont, of great imiortaneo with Mr. Smith. STANFORD. KY. Voico in 'Phono: All persons having claims a;iinst J M Phillips Mar. inn Hum Smith. wmen rr. ncaie. r.. ...w Smith! . will prssent thtm to me before Decemll.YEAGKR ry. J. I. M. HRUCK. Voico in 'Phono' ber ith. 1S91, properly proven. M. C. SAUFI.KY. Man in n Hurry By all that's exYEAGER, Trustee J. M. J'MIIIra cuse me! I don't care whether he siclU his namo with a Y or an I. IS HE IN? FSED AXB SALS T r CLAK. r sta.u, jk. Voico in 'Phono: fepilepticnlly) Then Man in a Hurry STANFORD, KY. why in thunder and all tho elements say so at tirst? Geowillikinsl didn't yon The above firm went mo fleet July ist ned rethe pittooage of the spectfully asks a .. PkACrilAL ... If I had you hero I'd public. minutes nre up. sir. Clork Fivo Plumbers and Steam Fitters. Whlr-r-r-E. H. (Jmhuiii Dewey in NEW RIGS AND HORSES Clerk (in 'phone) IPuitso. I Hello! PRICE, rtrvatmi (TiiHiil 1 first-cla- ss 1 1 1 i, DR PENNY ROYAL IIVElvPOOL. 11 Insurance Company, S,-!- d MONUMENTS 2TOTICE, .--. I1RUC: & 1MI W first-claia B0-- -- STRAXJB& CO., r. Lifo. Grunted. Have been purchased and nolhiiig but turnouts will lease the stable. o Give tlicm J7 a Call. Healers tn all kinds of Iron and tlrass Goods lor "ls of all klndi. All steam and water bamUry work guaranteed against, defective material and 57 witrkmanstiip i3; THE SHELTON Orchard, Lawn, Garden. ''tw" FOR Count Mitchwitch Mademoiselle. I wish I might dio listening to your beautiful music. Mm. IYjr f UK HAD HIS WISH. Immense stock af Fniit and Ornamental Trees, small Fruits, Shrub., Vines and I'Unls. Prices low. We have to agents and our profits cease where theirs begin General aud Strawberry Catalogue on application to i 3 sV fc$ f I jt II. I'. HILLKNMKYI'.R, LciiugWa, Ky Two Unusually Good Offers. RKAI. CHIUSTMA3 lili IS. Klrit 'the grrat Hcllday Numhei 'enlarged to 6 pages J of tint brightest of quarterly .publics-tiuas, M "TALES FROM TOWN TOPICS," " a ut Iecemler ist.all news and bcok stands and railway trains, price so teuu, will be sent "IDB3STTO. FOR SALE. a three la all who send Si for tion tomonth.' trial TOPIC'S. TOWN strongest, subscrip- CI y . Scribuer's Magazine, ; ft ft " g most varied and The largest, raeiot, entertaining weekly journal in the world. Second To all who will send $5 will be sent Town Topics and "Talea from Twn Ionics" Irom covering J Nos of the dateunlil Jar.uf v 1, . Inimitable uarlly (rrgulsr price la 50) and 14 months ol the greatest ot family weeklies, regular prue J prl eaf. issrTake one or the other offer at once, and remit itl pvstal notes, orders or New York KsChangc TOWN TOPICS. 10 Street, New York si 7j it-;4- Wrtd vr MYERS HOUSE FARM FOR i.iir3SR yr Stan-for- Knoiville, This staMe, which Is run n ctmoectlon with the n Myers House, has bren supplied with P.W. CREEN, Prop. Buggies, Wagons, stable Cumberland Gap & Louisville GOOD PAY ! FOR GOOD WORK! d si-- , A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, ,.ti .rummer's Supplies and Is better than ever iMipply the public with prepsisi FIItST-CLASS R. R. OouUe fully Schedule, In FJfrtt Now. For Liwliits or Geiitlemcn! $5 to $500 Cash! According tn rcsiilm accomplished; in addition to a liberal commi&iou of twenty per cent. Alco Personal and I'articsand Uurtals. RIGS OP ALL KINDS. prompt attention jivtn to Weddings, V UMylrVly A W. AL. ISURNS, Manager l.RKEN, Proprietor. 3 jo 7 to L. ..Knotvillo .V., 833 71J ... fi 11 ..K. A-- O. Junction M .1'. 11. vt " NEW BUTCHER first-cla- 1 wmwm VMpl) i7A r2 i8: 'Vsl 7 '4: 99 I &4jlb)llY m 10 1 H a?HE BEST 1 . "ZTUTS f mkMmiMi Hta .wv Kfty mm J" Ef fi Uii .. imii'bvf .irbLK UUtH 'k!mE loss - j7 in . - '1 '7 '-- t45aHftHJgjsr BtSW5, ' ,, 1 1 'V ,6 4b II " ...Maloneyville.. .Ct.rrjt'in .. I.iitircJI I'owiUii' Springs '" .Washburn Jl .. Williams Spriucs..... 3j . O.lklli.TH Klver Clinch 8 51 Lena MounUin.. 904 Tazuwull fi I. v Powell River 4' 11 . . ..I!eetly...... GUESS PREMIUMS FOR SUBSCRIBERS. 9 51 Arthur Impossibilities or Uncertain ties. Every thing Fair, Honorable, Plain and Positive. No Sec programme in tho 0 54 10 Saw not J7 J is 16 ia ao i 07 10 oo 10 13 10 as 10 aj .. Hamilton Springs Cumberland Gap..... Tunnel Junction M. II. Junction .Mtddleliorn Aithur Hour Stuscns Weekly Enquirer 10 Original Jellico Coal. . rSSS-- ? NORTH HO UNO. Leave Cumberland .Oap, !..;& N..., " ' Curblli " " Livingston " ... ' Winchester ." .. " Lexington " ... ' Paris " Arrive Louisville ' ... " Cincinnati " ..11 senten-tiousl- y. ' .. 3 45 a .. 3 50 a 4?J a ,.. 7 05 a .. 7 ao a Kip m m l Jxl m jop of our Fourth Annual Contest among Agents for largest clubs. fiSTAii Agency for the Weekly Enquirer is a profitable business. It is "1 in m m m SonTiT 110 ITN 1J. L. THE GOFFEY HOUSE Louisville Arrive Paris Lexington LeaeCinciniiiitl Wincnoter Livingston Corbir. " ! " " " " " .V N... ... ... ... ... . JOSEPH COFFEV,Pro'r. Cumberland H:ip " " n ij p m u 10 pm public, a . 1 4Sm 3 30 a in 5 15 7 Jo l 8 4$ p in io 30 p m be&t school in the world to prcparo '" tlio one for u busincts contact with tho stepping-stono to business a rn qualification and futuro prosperity. Wo want good Age nU to solicit for subscriptions. The inducements arc Pullman Palace Car Knoxvillu to Cincinnati Dealer in the above. without chango. Coniicclion made with all trains North nnd Hogs North-weCattle, Sheep Orders at Grand Central depot, Cincinnati. Through tickets on Kite at City Ticket office Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty. strietand Depot Ticket ollice, foot West Persons having any of the above described stock for sale or wishing to purchase sarne, will do well Ataiii street, Knoxvllle. to call on or address me. An experience of fifteen For any Information as to routes, rates, etc. ap- years In this business has been of profit to me and P'y l Agt, W. A. I1I.Y, Acting Gen'l ! I think I can make It profitable both to the buyer SMITH, City Ticktt Agt, O. address Stsnford, Ky. and seller, too ' HENRY A. Knotvilic, Tenn Ofliceat the Myers House. WILLIAM MOREXAND, for and st extra good. ENQUIRER COMPANY, CINCINNATI, O. f. ?7-- tf .,..! l. '- - t ' -- y , wjj. ,..v-r"-3iifre- , MA sgssJnC-'- ; --- - ....:,