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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893011701 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. 3' 1 If Semi Weekly vol. xx. CHURCH AFFAIRS. -- Interior Journal NO. 92 UIERTY. CASEY COUNTY. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY 17. 1893. DANVILLE. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Is I. w 7 b visiting his Jeff Bowman James W. Bransom has been qualiAll of the presidents of Georgetown I wish to buy 20 good milk cows. G. minis-lew- . brother, Hov. B. L. Bowman, at Ripley, fied ns Bherlfl of Casey county and W, College, eight In number, wore A. Peyton, Stanford. as his Allot thorn are dead. George- Tenn. Allerton now stands at 1300; he used C. Adams has also been qualified Tho remains of Michael Liston, eon deputy. town Times. Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just to stand at 11,000. Elder J. Q Montgomery preached cd at old stand with Thero are more Catholics In this of James Liston, who died of consumpA Richmond firm shipped $12,500 unable sermon to a respectables sized country than any other rollgioua sect. tion at Harrodsbuag on Sunday, wero worth of egos this season. SunThey number G,250,(M5 member, tho brought hero and interred in the cemeH. B. Boone sold to Nick Perkins, of audience at the Christian church s tery, nfter services at the Catholic church day. The Elder has been employed to Methodists claim 4,0S0,000 and tho Garranl, n pair of mare mules for 240. by Father A. J. Brady. preach at this place the ensuing year. 4,300,000. John Raney sold to O. W. Powell, of -- A Danvilhi, III., special to tho Mies Bottle Burke is hot on a visit And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery la to bo resetted that Stanford is It U Commercial Gazette of Sunday Bojle, a lot of butcher stuir at 2 to J c. to Miss Bertha Elliott. Mr. Perry Smoth- and everything to be found in a drug store I shall be pleasnot Inalndod in Bishop Dudley's annual Ball Bros, of Vo. sallies, bought 42 appointments this time. Our peopocuu tells that Frank MeFerran, colored, a fat mules in Anderson county at f'J3 por ers, on a late visit to this county after ed to sec all my old custmcrs and as many new ones as will favor me, bean absence of 12 years, returned to his Assuring them htar him at Danville Feb. ID, tho rat native of Danville, Ky., ami a slave fore thu war, froze to death nt that place head. home in Bourbon county with his little gtinday in IamiI. R. II. Bronaugh bought 20 nice slop , Miss waii advanced to on the night of thu Kith. The dispatch son last week. His Win. M. Jackson cattle, 1,100 pounds average, in Madison, Wilson, accompanied him. priesthood by Hiahop Dudley at thu says that during the war he was a mem- nt'Jj to:ije. the of Co. G. 12th Keg't U. S. Heavy Early last Sunday morning the peoColored Episcopal church in Uulsvllle, ber Charles II. Men?, of Bourbon, nold man ho Artillery. ple of Liberty were startled by the anStindar. Hu la the first colored Kit fat ring -J- udge Saulley opened his first court to Gillnspie, Bryan A Smith New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. nouncement that the two prisoners, Geo. ordained In this diocese. In this district at Danville this morning. at Oj cents. head shows thnt Delk, for the killing of Henry Pfennin-ge- r, A printed letter Mulks kouSai.k. A car load of lfij Mr. J. S.Owsley, tho now prosecuting and Tobe Gaddis, lately committed, Uev. George O Barnes ha named his attorney, was alno present. Judge Sauf- - hands, .'t years old and nil broke. B. B. charged with steahna KiO from Sam Minibcl Island, Fla., reoort. Hotel ley charged tho grand jury, which is King, Moreland. had broken jail and had shaken which la formed from the first Wantkii. A reliable party to take Ford, made up of the following citir.uns: Win. tho snow and dust of Liberty from their tho wordiof Ida wpel "Ool is Cheek, foreman; J. W. Boiling, J. M. 120 ewes on shares Call at once. Wil- feet ami departed for parts unknown. lovo hihI Nothing Klse." liam Moreland, Stanford. was found that they of Sam Jones' meetings McGr.iw, John Stodghill, Thomas Ah A I.. W. lludeon, of Danville, recently On examination it J. H. West, Kvan Baling, U. S. had burned a hole with two heated stove HopkinviHe, Z persons joined tho at Salter, Win. Pipes, Win. Scott, George bought loO ricu and cotton mulea in Cen- legs through tho ceiling overhead, ascenMethodist church, Ul the Presbyterian, Martin, I). P. Rowland. The petit jury tral Kentucky nt from og to 5150 pur ded by means of smnll ladder used to 21 the ChristiWi And A'. tho Baptist, with in an folio we: Robert Harbison, B. F. head. dungeon part of the jail, many mom converts to henr from. It Isrsc Herrin bought in Wayno coun- descend to the Soper, J. O KvAtin, G R. Pope, Walter blackguardism nllccts cut a bole in thu tin roof nnd descended is wonderful how slop cattle for Fitzgerald, D. C. Purdom, J. B. Ciiinti, ty 20 head of to the ground outside by nn ingeniously some people. Of goods bought of mc, the purchaser R. H. Brommgh, at lie delivered at Crab Win. Hughe, Jerry Saiidide, William improvised rope made fiom their bed Pain Jones knocked the bottom out Orchard. Myers, J. T. Hoskins, Gwrgo Coulter wero cut of Hopkinsvll'o society. Tho Imlcpuinl-cu- t l'rewitl k Wood bought ol Granville coverings. The bed covers Thomas Cox, W. C. Crawford, Charles and other of Htifllcient length to sustain their Myn that gentians () shouts at 5J cents. They bought Cecil mat- Caldwell, Kdwnnl Rust, R. S. Dunn, G. weights, then tied together in knots and noi'inl diversions are no II. Withers, O. S. Jnckon, Fleece Ow of Jake lltigtiely 20 hogs at fr cents. strong twine and broom wire wero wrip-tietho msjorltv of the young ters of history, Advocate. tiuhtlv around the knots nnd tied having resolved, as result of the ens, J. W. Whitehouae, W. D. Finch. For some deserving deserving young girl for a Reports from 21 largo herds of cattle Up to the time this lettor cloicd, 111 m., securely to prevent the knots from sliprevival, to glvo up mincing. but little had been done, save call niul in Wyoming shown that thu winter has ping. As the hole in the roof wbb cut Hov. Dr. Thomas, of Chicago, advocontinue, or dismiss a few criminal and been a favorable one for stock In all parts near its centre, it was necessiry to make Five-Month- 's cates the opening of the world's fair on penal cas"rt. Iu tho county court little of tint State. long rope to reach in safe distance Kundavs. Ho eaye: "The fair Is i school The Lexington Gazette reports sales a very or nothing whs dutii, owing to tho atof the ground. for the '.exhibition of itnda church of tho she ritruud county attor- of 29 heifers at :$.20,a lot of scrub steers and man's progress mid appeals to tendance 50 shoats nt 5) at it), 100 fat hogs at ney upon circuit court. HOW CAW A WOMAN TELL? tho intellectual and moral life of the naThe votes to be counted at 6 v. m. next Commencement Exercises, and 5 J and a lot of sheep nt Ijf. any Statu are llo told me his love this morning, tion. If the product! of John SnoonnmOro bought of Jnmea It linn been tho general utidurfatanding and the result publicly announced there. Fractions of a dollar not With his dear hand clasped in mine, ....,! ..niiuli tn Kililhit soviindasl that mlllinnairrs were exceedingly scarce Leavel, of Garrard, u bunch of fat heifers the dawning And he said. "God counted. Very Respectfully, Unit State close on Sunin tho week, let south of Mison and Dixon's line, but at '2c and of Robinson, of same county, When darling, lean call thee mlncl' ' day." Hut ray fond heart questioned softly,; Kditnr Walton, writing of Richmond, a lot of butcher stuiT at sime price. Though loving him true and well, f Va., says: "Many largo fortunes have G. A. Peytan bought of M. S. Rup- -s RIDE. THE OLD'TIME'sLEIGH Will hit love outlait any chances been made there and millionaires nro dl two milk cowspart Jersey, for 1 10; Ah how can a woman tell? lliown, my pretty onr, regarded us qtiitu ordinary people." This one of Miss Jonnlo Hockor for 20 and P. S. I will pay the same amount to the colored young girl getWhen the years shall bring their trials. I'm sure ou Piutl remember speaks of the remarkable recuperative nn extra good onu of E. T. Pence for for tun And the caics and pains outweigh II nut (of Unit, ting the most votes and she can attend any colored school she prefers. ability of the South. But '27 years ngo U0 1 he joys in the little household, The IcIb'i W ln December. R. II. Bronaugh has secured thu slop As clouds might obscure the day W. H. HIGGINS. When ll tl belli ud buui, the South was not only a financial wreck privileges nt thu Crab Orchard distillery. Will the hand that has held me fondly, la spite of frosts, would JO forth, but In a condition ten times worse. At When maidenly ills befell k James furnishes tho slop and Amlsnueese benntri the ImlTiloes, least :UX),0(X) of its manliest men had fal- Holdam As earnestly shield frum sorrow! Ksch other's hands, t Brnnauch the stock nnd they divide proflen; thousands and tens of thousands of Ahl how can a woman tell? or lo8. llii brightly streamed tie noittiern Itchit, others had bwn wounded, or weakened its When the itlier threads are creeping the snuwr ridges Above Tho Columbia Spectator says W. H. by war's tllsiases; nil had their forThrough my tresses t lie by one llaw pleasant wre thus winter nights. Hudson has sold the saddle stallion, When I loseuiy jouth and beauty, Observed from, country tridgt; tunes; conditions ha J boon As many a wifu has done; Where "toll" wis sour,hl with SHchaddicss, swept away; oppressive hiyonnt rule fol- Adair Boy, by Stonownll Jackson, Jr., 'e"h Will his heart be mine as truly, And laughter loud would bred iu Lincoin county, to O. M. Breedlowed. And yet, notwitliataiidingnll, the As when in tho tlowcry dell While lovers fell, smld the pre", South has struggled to iLi feet attain ami ing for $1,200. He gave me his trusted promise Kath other hearts, Ac. Womack A Nicoll, of Bowling Green, Ahl how can a woman till? its progressive marches ami peace victo' I is very lingular ami queer, mules M. Wood ten ries have challenged tho wonder and ad- sold to J. I glance at my sweetheart waiting, Ofaltlhemvl tletices, .Our Carpets for the for $853; to J. W. Russell 19 His eyes they are clear and true; love's Hint should lmrn so bright snd clear, miration of tho world. Mt, Vernon SigA mules for $2,180; to Mnrtin Thompson On furl madeof ices; "I will love blin," my heart says gladly, nal. I will trust him the wide world through, Ar.il Tct we own ill flame Indent Co. IS mules for $2,010. I wll! be to him Joy and comfort, Moat brilliantly would go forth, Tho coldest weather tho world ever The price of hogs continues to adI will other wives excel; When fanned behind a tlyinc sired, knew, according to several chroniclers, vance. At tho present rate tluy will I will keep him with love's magic" Hid under fun, Ac occurred during tho year 14115. Tho soon be out of night nnd persons who This much may a woman tell. I'm sure yon mind the village inn. Areduring tho month of wish to economiza will have to eat venfrost was so (Printed In loving memory of a devoted and true 'I he mpperand the revel of pork. (rom her own selections.) wife, May that skaters braved the ice without ison or gamo instead How in the general due and dm, The Lebanon Enterprise reports that f.ove shot hia lances level; tho leaBt danger and on the 12th of May Anil don't forget how Harry Kldd The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway for sleighs were generally used. On St. Mattingly A Sims bought 50 mules at Kmbraced you at he went forth; John's Day, thu 24th of June, tho win- $100 to $147.50, 23 cattle nt 3c nnd n lot tho six months cnilirnj Dec. 31 earned uu kissed hit lip, you Inow you did, dows wero frozen and not n vestige of of slop hogs nt Cc. Thomas Wayne has all fixed charges and a surplus of $400,-00- 0. He Kjutced your hand, fcc. Included in operating expenses vegetation was to bo seen anywhere. bought in tho last six weeks 300 hogs at The lntry winds, the homeward way, for six months are an entire year's supSpring was ushered in with the last day fJ cents. Mew chilly in our (acn; E. II. Ballard sold to a Maysville ply of rails and ties and a largo amount Hut underneath our luri we lay, of Juno. And we are mules nt i$o; It. for filling trestles, ballast and other per All snugly in our placet. party 7 of H. Collier sold to samo party 15 at $05; Anothkk Edition. In consequence One girl upon the Urward aeat manent work. Improvements for tho The pretty Nelly Wcntforth-PecU- rrd tho demand upon the Chesapeake and S. 11. Nantz sold to Martin Richardson lust four years liuvu brought thu road l'roit, or Illlly Frost, Jack Ohio Railway for its souvenir book, a and Davis Sj bogs at 5.M. -- Record up to tho highest standard, and it is now Had pinched her cheek, Ac. second edition of the humorous poems Homestead. deuionstratins what it3 friends liavtt alAnother underneath her robe, Also a New Line of Rugs.1 and sketches of Hownrd Saxhy has been A dispttch from Jacksonville, Fl.i., ways claimed for it, viz: that when thorThe nutialoet, not dresses,) t issued, a copy of which will bo sent to states that tho weather for 17 days past fair Patience rlth attendant oughly modernized, as it now is, it can niiy address by sending 10 cents in In caresses has been unusually rrM, but that the bo operated cheaper limn almost any stamps to C B. Ryan, AsVt Gen'l orango trees have not been Injured. In t wiiii iiik' r biii!iiiu f.r, other road in tho country by reason of Her innocence to show ferth, P.ts. Agt., Cincinnati, O. tho vegetable belt tender plants are re- its low grades and exceptional locaall out of place, Hut showed her curli a Her collar gonn, Ac. tion. If twelve persons wero to agrvo todino ported killed, J. II. Kinsey sold last week in togother every day, but never sit exactDear Suite llron-n- live )Oti and I, : a carload of hogs, SS in number, At Walton's Opera House on Wedues Of all tint load of merriment, ly in thu same order around thu table, it s day, Jan. '25, the great and Have c bean induced to try, only Kolcy, and cleared on the lot $1(55. L. B. would take 18,000,000 years at tho rate of W l.ott'1 lait and Lost experiment. bought Wednesday of W. K. Card-we- ll supported by a great company, includoho dinner a day, nnd they would have niTEl-And when the coming snows shall spread, of corn at $"i in tho crib. ing London's famous prim's donna, Lillio 150 barrels And mutual hope lhall glow forth to eat moro than 470,000,000 dinners beHiuroilsburg Democrat. LiUose, will present Col. Theodore Hop. May Hymen blew the happy head. fore they could get through all thu posIncrease our joy. Ac. Wm. Moroland bought of Einmett pjiiheimer's Lindon production ef Wid sible arrangements in which they could Hecrr T. Stanton. McCormack IU) shoats, averaging Si lbs , ow Murphy'H Goat, rightly termed a barplaco themselves. nt5c. Ho bought of Rockcastle parties rel of fun. It made all London scream The Largest Stock Just tho Thing. Some ingenious editor has evolved tho 105 hog-- , running from 100 to 200 lbs., with delight for oU(J performances. Spo-ciTin Han eipreloh the traveling public following: "Enough" is sometimes not nt 5 to 5Jc; of Emmett McCormack two now scenery painted by Seavy k Co uie when they find aomethilig that want. '1 hi expreulon applie di- enough. Take the third, second nnd first 1,100 pound cattle nt 2c. ol Now York city; also Trops and Calcirectly to the Wucoumn Central Lines, which i now admitted by all to be "The Koulo" Iron letters for tho tlrst word, thu sixth, John Oudahy, a Chicago millionaiie, um Lights will bj itsd in this perform-aucc- . In town. Prices lower than ever before given in this place. Come Paid, Minneapolis, Aaliland. Diiliitli, In fact everything that was used and all point In the Northweit. Their double fourth and and fifth letters for tho sec has bought tho Farmers ami Drovers' I will convince you that the above is true. Don't daily trdn service and fine equipment offer in- ond and you have something thnt is not stock ynrds, in Cincinnati, and tho capi- in tho London production will ba seen and sec me and can not I'caurpaiied. ducement which forget that I am agent for all the best Farming Implements, Oliver the only llnu riiniilnz both through Pull- enough. 'lhl tal stock will bo Increased to 1,250,000 at tho Opera House on tho 2oth. This is Plows, Dick's Feed Cutters, Studebakcr Wagons and everything man I'lrst CUfsntid Toutlit Sleeper from Chicam m else is tho man the samo company that will appear at without change. go to Pacific Coat Point The trusses that are attached to tho from 200,000. Mr. Cudahy worth using on the farm. full information addrci ynur ne ueit tickI'or Phil Armour on his own field tho Grand Opera House, Chicago, duret aijent or jnme C. Pond, General l'aen;iralid heads of dolls are madu of thu hair of who met 15.. 1'ickct Agent, Chicago, 111. ing tho World's Fair. and defeated him. the Angora goat. Its product, which is adieu-la- r Wm. Morolaud has received l.'or pain in the cheit there is nothing better controlled by an English syndicate, is Though inolligantly expressed, wo a signed by tho biggest sheep dealers than a tunnel cloth aturatitl with Chamberlain It said to bo worth $10,000,000 a year. pain. ...This space will be occupied by. Pain Halm mid bound on over the teatcX blistering stating that they find dif- applaud this remark of Sam Jones: "If in Now York, will produce a counter irritation without i you on you Tho limit of tho capacity of tho earth ficulty in disposing of buck lambs and you've got a pistol and i not so illiagreenble a muMard; in lact much auperior to any piaster on account ol its Is 5,?)4,000,000 souls, says a scientist nnd suggesting that thoy be castrated. Tho dirty dog, go home nnd break it on your UCHj rollering quulitie. If uied In tlmo it will aln J prevent pneumonia, jo cent bottles for rale by this number will ho reached in less than doalere claim that by so doing 75o to $1 gato post, or kill a dog with it by comA. Stanford, ky.J W. II. McKoberls, drugfc'nt, itfSW. trmt. WW W, mt mi, mwmmmm s v mitting Buicide." 187 years. moro may be realized for them. se- B&lvo. Lawrenceburg having Buffered Unclclln's Aijnlca hist nine years tho price During tho The beat salve In the world tor cuts, bruises f of wheat in Cincinnati at tho close of the vero loss from fires which had their ori sores, ulcers, salt rhQum, fever sores, tetter, chapsir ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup ex In 1S93, who hereby extends histhanks to the year has ranged from 70 to 07 je, tho av- gin in frame shanties and sheds, the lions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirVueu Ruby K" erage price being 87c. At the eloso of council has passed an ordinance estabed It is guaranteed to l?.ic pertect satuiactioc i blclf, w gavo her Costorla. nts per boa. .5 o, money rctunded. 1892 tho prica was 70c, 17 cents below thu lishing "lire limits" nnd prohibiting the When she) wag a Child, the cried for Cnstoria. Stanlord. Ky. Kor ale by A. R. Penny, tm . aliu became MIsa, ah clung- to distort. When average price, (1 cents lower than any erection of fratnu buildings within them. At Louisville Pittsburg coal has A cerate for wounds, cuts, sores, burns, When she bad Children, aha r se them CoaxorU. previous year, and 271 cents lower than d like: Hosin pound; jumped to J5.-- 5 per lond ami it is neatly the highest. scalds and the ounces; boll a quarter suet, to get it at that figure. beef "No woman can keep young who of- impossible Miss Mattie Milton a young lady of hour; add 2 ounces beoirax; boil of an For their liberal patronage in the past, and wishes to say to them ten loses her temper," says the great m ei. for a half hour longor anil aiiow Platinum can now bo drawn into wiro singer, Patti. "Every woman wants to Rowland, died Saturday of consumption. that on and alter January 1st he will sell goods for CASH only and i England is in (ear lest hoops will be -- Cincinnati is in the throes of a small strands so fine that 27 twisted together keep young, but not every one tries to again the fashion. will defy the competition of any one. can be inserted into the hollow of a hair. improve ber disposition." pox scare. Mr. re-ope- NEW DRUG STORE. Hap-tiat- NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, first-clas- s Cin-cinns- ti 11 sister-in-law- Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. W. B. MoROBEETS, Oil-nnlot-tiir- e, "HELP Gob-har- t, THEjMG GIRLS." For Every Dollar's Worth Is Entitled to 1,000-poun- d once-popul- ar d a Vote, e im-tur- o Scholarship at Prof. Hubbard's School. (, spi-c- W. H. HIGGINS. DO YOU NEED I tlit I lo-i- t g r' d A CARPET? SPRING : 6 SEASON -- ere AMMIVING IL&JGLY, showing some n 1 threo-yeaa-ol- d BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS. M Job-Dete- cted post-Bg- o BIBVMBANClli & HOT. STOCK, , Cin-ctmi.- ili Giv-en- NEW STORE : ROOM, HARDWARE AND GROCERIES And New Outfit Complete. gen-Mi- ll emct-Irwlmth- I m J. VanAKSDAXiE. t, THE .. r w wimww!f v viri-- - 1 clar-ifle- Good People ofHustonville - im atMaNfcMiM njv -- ' r. ? Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal 17, lH9o Stanford, Ky., January W. F WALTON. : SIX PAGES. J' rr Jb m&. nil Tub Midway Clipper siys that after witnessing the pel formance of "Only n Woman's Heart" by tho Lvon Comedy Co. Wm.Shipp, Jr., mad up his mind to to to Highlow to join the church nnd lead a hotter life. him in his serioui illness." The govern candidates together, a falling oH'of 0,000 by Aecoidingly ho went to Preacher Lloyd a or's wife was Miss .Miss Mary Oldham, of in four years. This isn't hardly a third house ami awaking him told him his de- Kentucky, and as she has many rela as many votes as were ant in this sire nnd asked to bo baptized. Tho district alone. The republitives in Stanford, much interest has been minister believing that the time tostrike setfelt in her husband's administration and cans made a State out of tho the iron is when it is hot, went with tho tled territory to continuu themselves in in his present illness. Gov. Fishback young man to tho Cnristian church and power and it seems the irony of fato that Of wr.s duly inaugurated Thursday. above fro- turning on the water into tho biptietry, even that handfull of people should 'o low-priced so week. soon made him a demuition moist body Thk Nashville Daily American fur- soon go back on the g. o. p. Weaver and sent him ou his way rejoicing at a nishes this hot matter as an offset to tho got its electoral vote this limo. little past midnight. The paper doesn't cold weather. It is hardly necessary to The Georgetown Times has jiiBt cele Ray, but the impression is that tho play state that Btfii.Uiitlcr is referred to. "The was so miserably presented that the beast is dead. Ivirly y w.-brated iUi 20th birthday, with the veteriy Homing youth lost all interest in sublunary aftho an sol of death, acting under the an John A. Bell still at the wheel, imCost; fairs and decided to strike for higjer devil's orders, took him from earth and puting to it his good, hard sense and Cost. and nobler things. But it is ths llrst landed him in hell. In nil this Southern making it not ouly one of the most relicase of tho kind on record. Ordinarily country there are no teafa, no sighs nnd able, but the most readable of our State when a man Bees a poor show it makes uo regrets. He lived only too long. We exchanges. In ita conduct he is ably ashim feel anything else than like getting are glad he has at last been removed sisted by his daughter, Miss Lila Bell, religion. His first impulse is to massa- from the earth aud even pity the devil and son, Tyson C. Bell, whom he has a, over, we to them, cre the whole troupe and if that is not the possession he has secured. He was trained in the nurture and admouition pructical he' longs to try his marksman-ulii- atrjckling demogogue whose selfishness of journalism. at each individual member with a amounted to pollution; used power to Tnunuis nothing new in the Senatori hen fruit f ira ml33ilo. wreak personal revenge; ho was mean al situation at Frankfort, except .that the Glove to close and malignant, a hangman from prejuKissino is Baul to ba one of the most dice, the insulter of women, the bragga- race Beeina to have narrowed down to delightful of tho enjoyments of life. docio and trickster, whose heart was as Brown, Lindsay, McCreary, Clay and is booming when the girl is pretty, has rich ml lipa, black as the smoke from tho coals that Stone. The Courier-Journa- l of these are he may get the priza, but it Brown and and is willing. But with either now scorching hisjsoul." is dollars to doughnuts that McCreary lacking, it would appear to bo on the Congressman John H. Wilson writes will contest with him every inch of contrary quite tho reverse. Miss Annie A. YS, Drin kard, a Cincinnati maiden, was pos- us that civil service examinations will ground nnd be close nt his heels at the a length sessed of two of the reouiroments, but be held in Kentucky as follows: Lex finish, if ho does not come out Judge Grcsham predicts that Senashe wasn't willing by n jugful!, for Al ington, Tuesday, March 7; Louisville, ahead. Carliele, by accepting the treasury kisa her, mid because he did so Thursday, March 9; Bowling Green, Sattor Kuhn to Mb. Cahuslk has resigned his Senato- portfolio, will be the next president. she has brought suit tor $25,000 daraugts urday, March 11; Barbourville, Friday, agaiust him. They come high some- March 17; Louisville, Saturday, August rial seat to accept tho treasury portfolio The democracy of Hardin county President-elec- t Clevehas indorsed Gov. Brown's administratimes, but, as it seems, Mr. Kuhn must 19. Persons desiring to bo examined for tendered him by 1. Piloting for tion an Dealer In- have 'em, it is hoped that tho court will clerkships in auy dopartment of tho gov- land, to take effect Feb. lis desirous of seeing him sucwill begin on the 14th. his successor priot for this one. Mr. Carlisle. ceed make him pay full ernment or railway mail clerks, &c, President-elec- t Cleveland will reshould writo to the secretary of the civil Go easy, Bro. Smith, or wo will set The lar,t election demonstrated that service commission, Washington, D. C, main at Lakcwood, N. J., until a opecinl that Billy Gout altar yo. tho democrats have n majority in this for blanks upon which to apply for train takes him to Washington to bo inCongressional district over republicans, augurated. It is leas than 0 weeks now NEWSY NOTES. Such positions can only be And- people's and prohibitionists of C7S, the obtained through such examinations. till the inauguration. Senator Quay has been renominatc-retotal vote being, democrats 14,001, Kcknteiu Norton, formerly of LouisTut: conflict in thu Kunsas Legislatute by the Legislature of Pennoylvania. publicans 11,931, people's 455 and prohiville, and for four years president of the The Register says five shares of Mad- L. bitionists 907, But oven with such a has resulted in tho bieaking of the fus AN., died in Now York Thursday majority it does not mean that any little ion agreement between tho 'democrats ison National Bank stock sold at 20.'l. night. He was an excellent gentleman The Illinois Legislature lavoi-whipper-suappe- r tiei and nn able financier. who oilers for Congress an 1 populists, owing to thu radical opening of the World's Fair on Sun bo-can ba elected. If.McCrearyis promot- courie of tho latter. Tho democra ts, ' The Mfwdssinni river is blocked as ed to the Senate we. must put up a fit- Moving that tho choice of two evils ky dav. Orklfif iiltfiti ami it til ttrii('f fi itnien -- Grand Master Workman Powderly q. ting successor to him, or shut up and let in acting with tho republicans, are now qw (,own m Kort u wl . tho opposition eend a man to represent doing so and the gratifying information says he is a socialist and is not ashamed pil0,V( Teim. limo thu rivi.r is sent out that this will likely insure the t0 us in the National Legislature. froze over to Columbus was In 1873. ? ilW -- The Krupp gun to be on exhibition election of a democratic U. S. Senator, a IlllHscrjninnt0 of Federal Racm has raised his estimntc for pen- consummation devoutly to be wished, a Oh.cago is b2 feet long and throws j ,,efcllt 0,,B,rinilI, Kew (or ,he office wlu sions this year from 5105,000.000 to j but which wo are forced to believe is Hhot 10 miles. in uv. nww ovu viwi i This means that $200,000,000 very remote. T. W. Bidgood, a man of intluence, uniiiuui Georiro Beck, sou of " the late oinini:. will be needed to pay the army of penhas been arrested in Atlanta for stealing Senator Beck, of Kentucky, is a candisioners, many of whose numbers have The death of Senator Kenui makes corn oud oats by the feed. - . date. no claim on the bounty of the govern tho election of a successor incumbent on A combine representing $80,000,000 The Enquirer is keeping the poor ment whatever. It witt take nearly the present West Virginia Legislature, of capital is sai I Ui lw trying to control ueople of Cincinnati from freezing by half of tho entire revenue of the country which is also charged with the election the lumber business of tho couutry. furnishing them coal at $3 50 a load, to pay tho pensioners, and still it in- of a successor to Senator.Faulknor. Al A spinning mill at Osaka, Japan, while the coal dealers charge $5 and creases and multiplies. Tho democratic there were only two candidates for burned, with 270 other buildings. In ' hayo taken party owes it to the people to stick the Faulkner's seat, himself and Et Senator tho mill 123 young girls lost their lives. over, anil many thousands advantage of itu enterprise. pruning knife deep into the great and Camden, the body can gratify tho ambiThe total loss by tiro in the United Charlie Miller, of Hamilton, 0., a tion of both by electing Camden to fill States during the year 1S02 is estimated growing list of mendicants. child, hot fire to tho bed Senator Keuua's unexpired term aud as againdt 3100,017,000 in clothes, which wrapped up his little a conversation with a Western Sen- choosing Faulkner to succeed himself. at In 1891. brother, and the little one ator the other day Mr. Cleveland 6aid of The sitmtion is less complicated thau Watch this space next week. It belongs to An aristocratic young woman of was burned to death. Tho older brother Jt Senator Carlisle: "That man, in ability, theono at Frankfort, in our own State Hued a prominent dentist New York has STEPHENS & KNOX, the enterprising Row-lan- d was badly burned. in the capacity for profound thought and The Kentucky democratic club at for 55,000 for the unskillful extraction of Bourke Cochran denies the report study, for accurately estimating the conmerchants, who will tell you .something a molar. that certain New ork democrats insequences of legislation, and in knowl- Washington has reorganized by the elecJudge Helm, of Newport, baa decid- tend to emburrass the new administraedge of legislation and in insight into f- tion of N. T. Crutchfield president, J. W. to your interest. ed the contest for the control of tho po- tion. He Hays tho Now York democrainancial aud taxation problems, is with- Pulliam, and a full quota of the demolice force there in favro cy will support Mr. Cleveland in every out a peer, in my opinion, in the coun- of officers. Touching resolutions on the crats. president-elec- t way and will do all in its power to aid death of Col. Samuel A. Walton, tne try." And as ueual the At Cotton Plant, Ark., three more him. fore former president of the club, were adoptis right. Senator Carlisle is the being implicated George Roberts, a carpenter of Indied and his virtues highly extolled. Col. negroes charged with most statesman of his day. in the Dark Corner tripplo murder were anapolis, who was mthject to eplepsy, Sam Walton was indeed .t moat lovable playfully threw a stick of wood at his SuxATOuTuni'iE, of Indiana, was re- man aud his future was as bright as auy lynched. Dr. Samuel Logan, a prominent phy- wife She equally as playful threw it on the first ballot by the In- man's, till death loving a shining mark, nominated sician of New Orleans, dh'd of grief back. The missile struck him on the diana Legislature, getting ull the votes claimed him for his own. hia wife had gone to h"r last rest- head, rupturing an artery and killing. but one, which was cast for his favorite him. Gov. Tuunkv, of Tonnesjee, was in- ing place. by tho man who nominated EJitor -- CO Larson, of Summit, S. D went P. J. Foree, of Shelby, announces augurated at his home iu Winchester Shanklin, of Evausville. Turpie, judgCongress in this district, crazy on tho subject of religion and ing from his pictures, is not at all pretty yesterday. O iving to his illness the Leg- himself for is U. S. drove his wife and children from home nnd nobody claims that he is unusually islature passed a resolution providing for whether Gov. McCreary elected in a blinding hiiow storm. He overtook Senator or not. smart, but h" h is a knack of getting it, which was approved by Gov. BuchGov. Stone, of Mississippi, oll'era a them aud made them rile thiee miles anan, somewhat under protest. This is there, which beats Kli himself. neightho firstjinstance in that State of thu in- reward of $ 100 for the arrest and convic- behind a slow team of oxen to a ...Dealers In played bor's house. Foil the first lime in 103 years the auguration of a governor outside of the tion of any person who ha? ever Pierre, Q. I)., druggists favor iuu con- of white cap. the role boiliug, settling waters below Niagara State capital. Kd and Dick Moormau, negroes, ac- tinu.incu of the prohibitory Falls are fiozun over to within 30 feet of JciKiu Lynch is said to tiave executed cused of tho murder of a white man in which they are permitted to them, forming a complete bridge. To 233 p . jrsous in the United States last Meade county, were taken by a mob and of liquor by the glass, provid ed the pur- e those who have seen the terrific commoyou, an increase of 11 over 1891. Of the hung to a fl.Tg poI. chaser signs au uliidavit that he isaillict-etion of the water as it leaps over the 231 were men and five women. with home complaint. Stomach trouIt is now said that the great Eiflel falls this seems almoH incredible, as number Lynch law is always to ba deplored, but tower, the pride of tho Parisian Exposi- ble seems to be chronic. does tho further statement that a numit better thau no .Iniiies Dun'ap, recently pardoned Stovos, Quoonswarc, ber of psoplu have crossed from one side uehto ba resorted law, and will contin- tion, was built with money stolon from Plows, and Most:Anv-thin- g to when th legal ma- the Panama canal company. from a MhsmcIiuhcIIh prison after servIn Farming Implements. to thu other on it. chinery of tho couutry fails to act. Isaac Rousseau, of Riley's, a section ing 14 years for complicity in the famous hand on tile Louisville Southern, was Northampton Bank robbery, will go on i Cassius M. Clay, Jit., writes a card Accohdino to the Voice, the prohibiground into an unrecognizable mass by thestago in a dramatizition of the afpledging himself aud asking the other tion candidate for president received fair. Thia ia the kind of hueinwR tint candidates to do likewise, not to use 270,710 votes. This is doing protty well, au engine, near Harrodsburg. The popular vote for president in brings the stago into disrepute money illegally or improperly iu thu out wneru are tiie t ol tlio million Brown, of Maryland, icspited senatorial contest. Mr. Clay spunt all people who pledged themselves to vote 1S92 was 12.00S.595. The increase over of 18S8, which was 11,370,002, four of the negroes puntenced to death) the vote the cub he wants to pay for otilie iu (hat ticket? It isn't possible that CAN- 0 for the murder of Dr. Hill, ami tho othmuch lighter thau tho avurage. his hunt for tho gubernatorial noinina-natioof them lied deliberately J and with wa3 A woman at Memphis has brought er four were hung Friday. The people and hia assumption of virtue now malice uforetho tight were so incensed at the governor's acsuit against tho Illinois Central for to proJuce equina cichinna-tion- . is likely because somebody squeezed her foot tion that they hung him iu elllgy and Clkbk Kklluii reports to the House would have hung him in reality it they that there are IS bills on the statutes while sho was riding ou that road. Mr. Clay'b cird stating that he would passed like the world's fair bill aud as ONJudge Springfield, of Chattanooga, could have gotten hold of him. not use money in his race for Senator void as that was. This is a beautiful Tenn., has declared that he will not hold Samuel Wallace, of St. Louis, claims lias stirred up the Legislature, which is statu of affairs for u body that ha been pool people arrested for stealing coal. hat his wifo has begged him to commit disposed to resent the implied belief that in Bes3ioa for over a year at an expenso Tho judgo evidently wants his constitu- suicide iu order to get him out of the ita members can he bought up like dumb of $1,000 a day to the way. She gave him a knife mid hhowed ents to keep warm. driven cattle, and two or mora of his Reciuse his lather ordered him to go him where to cut, aud finally made him support havo deserted him. For a man "It beats looking up a ropo any to work Thomas Rodge shot and fatal- drink lG cents worth of whisky to get up Scissors, Butcher Knives, Knives and Forks for Children, Nut Crackwho makes any pretension to tact or way," was Gus Colo's laconic remark ly wounded his aged mother hiuI father his nerve, but tho poor fool could not ers and Picks, &c. sense, the publication of such n card when a Chattanooga jury gave him 09 and then shot and slightly wounded his he pursuaded to comply with his wife's years imprisonment for murder. was the sheerest idiocy. Pull btock ol UKUUHUhS, all Fresh and Prices Low of Course request. Bister. at the time they were well message to the Legislature. It is put in to be the fastest that could be quite a lengthy document and treats of are inadequate to its demands, and Mr. llaldeman hai ordered another. Stata affairs in a plain and business-lik- e manner. Among hisrecommenuniionsaro Hoc & Co. are to build it nnd it is to thosa for tho protection of State against have a guaranteed speed of 4,000 an dishonest officials, the abolition of the hour. The "old man," as he is leaso system, thu supplying of the penicalled, never stand back when tentiary with suitable manufactures for tho demaud for greater facilities in the raw m iterial, tho encouragement of rail Courier-Journestablishment exists, but rotd enterprises, by every fair induce always keops it in the van of progress ment and a liberal appropriation for tho and first in tho hearts not only of World's ;Fair. After listening to the but all the Southern people. mesiago, tho legislature adopted resoIn thu last presidential election the lutions thanking "our much beloved govfor hia able, patriotic and states rotten borough known as tho State of ernor manlike message and sympathizing with Nevada only cast 10,093 voles for all the nllVc-tionato- ly al Ken-tuckiana, Tan Little Hock, Ark., Gazette, of the Tits Courier-Journa- l 12th, contains Gov. James l Kaglo's fare prossep, thought finds that its fast Mii V Within 4 V sight of Stanford, This was the fearful news that spread through the cbn.muuily. Ufa Old Mr. High Frico Was Frozen te Death, prices, He started walk Unable stand the pressure of priceville and overcome the rr up-ugl- COLD : WEATHER : All winter suits few wraps left : BARGAINS, The Louisville Store, the zen oat, call and get some was the result. Jfigh prices are all bargains this All r 1 Overcoats : Positively : At : Cost. at Blankets and. Comforts at don't want Every Article in our Winter Goods at Prime Cost. Ladies, and as cam over p high-tone- d well-decay- Grain Button Shoes, all solid, at SI ajjair. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, JfA Stanford, Ky. Jfanager. :r, ZI3VC3VCEI Confectioneries. Faney Groceries, Fruits Baker's Bread Always on Hand I Tetet $172,-000,00- 0. ,.,, :, ,,,, fc H H t, be-cau- s'j FARRIS & HARDIN, ::;;,;"ir d Staple and Fancy Grocer- ies, Hardware, Wagons, ! ic-t- ' McKiNEY BROS. -- i 720,-00- n, 1 5,-0- SAVE YOU MONEY tax-payer- s. Carving Ms, Pocket S Table Cutlery, .! -- j HiiU ct SSSm'7rmfK Interior Journal 17, 18911 ' "w.yW wwrww-- gi jQgwsirjiiwVTy SImt Xinmkii i 1h hemlqunrtorH for fruita, can-- ( Semi-Week- ly Diu.rh coatH nnd H. J. McltobortH. !5tanfoi"i Ky., Januahy Wanted. JoiHH&Fon. Km at ii-- cuntn. It. F. fccwxtTON, uus. Manager MEANS Ir von ni'ed n carput, Block. Sovithiico .V; Son. boo our new BUSINESS. J. O. McCoiimack will opeu.n general Mipply store at Milledgoville this wudk. E.hohau.no heiititifuiiy mill hrtlotlcMily A rRYf heating stoves left lono at A. It. IVnny's. of coit. sold regirdli-KUuy your nookn Hiid rchool nti'iplIi'H of llros. h11 kinJd from A. H. Penny, who boIIh tiietn at pulilislKT'n prict'H." TiiKtown clock stoppuil that will be or over, living at Rowland, will get Tho Meridian, Misa , fonndery and the same quality of goods McKinn-- y their fare paid back one way and tho machine sIioiih have nssigned with nctets goods of December, i 1 . ...! un: ijiuuuii iiiivui uicn DliinKCieu .....I.! wuii snow since then; lO' below zero was the ItKMKMiiKii M. F. hikin pays tho highcoldest morning wo hnvo had. That's est market price fur furs, beef hides, Ac, what we call splendid winter weather. The firm of McRobcrts & I liggins having dissolved, from now on in cabh. Our slock so far has gone through in flno I will run the business alone at the old stand on the corner opposite Tiik Stanford MhIo Acudemv will bi-g- in shape. Wo only hope they miy do a the court house. My close attention to business, fair and polite dealits Hping scujloti Jan. '21. It now has well from now on. ings I hope to increase my business beyond what it has ever been. an enrollment of 51. At Nashville, Tcnn., tho Cumberland Being perfectly aolc to disconnt every dollar's worth of goods I buy, and by keeping open early and late I will be able to. and will, sell you i'L'acMARtiaJbujins il'n worth of goods river is frozen from ban): to bank. fl M ,,-- vimIh for ilu or r'tit. ter since about tho , 20th ,.... STOP AND READ I 3 Have your watch, clock and Joweiry day night, its lingers having fro7on to repaired nt A. K. l'unny's. All work, its face. warranted. KEMKMiir.it thatnll allvcrwaro, wntchffl. You can allord to borrow mon'-- at LI rinjca, Ac, bought ut A. U. IVnny's wilt per cent, to buy goods nt our prices. See? be engraved (rui of cliargo. J.S.Hughes. PERSONALP07Nfs7 Mil. short Satur- Storo. A.S. MykkhIs up, after pilti. bhvito Hpi'll of ickneiR. .Mu. L. G. Kuklsn, thy bom IJuell Wk aro making a special! v of Arizona Kvery one fully warranted. n cook stoves W. H. Wearen. & O. brut and shoo man, Ss in town. sleighing Sunday, Walker Willi. had IiIh earn badly fronted. Mihfl Jooik STriMiKNH, of Crnb Orchard, 1ih been vinltlng Mra. Aiiniw Jamea. Mil. 0. H. SAMiftos. of Mureiir, haa been on a visit to his brother in this county. Miim Katk Lahkuam, of J.juicftsUr, baa bcpn tho guft of Mrs. W. 0. Hutch ings. Mifb Ai.uk Humii.k, oi Lincoln, Ih visiting Mien Mainiu Dunn. Dan villts Democrat. of Knoxvillf, Ih T. Hiibi Wanii, hero again, to eu his mighty pretty lady friend. SuiLiirT. Hauiiibon, of Lexington, apont Sunday with bin friend, Silas San-lidge. Tin: Widow Murphy's Go.it will mnko his before a Stanford audietuo nt Walton's Opera House Jan. L'o. do-b- ut Tiik Central Kentucky Medical Asso ciation will meet in Kuighta ol Pythias Hall, Danville, next Wednesday, at 10.30 a.m. Mr Account are ready and duo and I will take it as favor if those indebted to me will call at once and settle, as I am in need of money. II. 0. Itupler. Dauks, tho Jeweler, has moved to the new block and is now ready to wait on old and new customers at McKobert' drug store. Give him a call. IticuoTKii. lit li. -- , Tiik young people liavo been having lota of fun coasting on tho hill back of Mh. ani Mils. Hoiit. Fr.srKi. have crowds assemble Cnpt. Geer's. n moved to their new boutw in Urn nightly and for hours enjoy tho exhilaaddition. rating and exciting port. Mini M att! K 1'kaki, Hiiow.v, after a protracted iait to Mltldleriboiv, returned Wiiks merchants supply their cus to Ijmcaater Saturday. tomem with tickets on my hack lino beOait. Fiiamk llAiiuinHitdC.J.Tliomp-ho- tween this point and Rowland, I will went down yesterday to meet thu deliver goods sold to said customers free of charge. P. W. Green, Prop. nir train, due hero lant nicht. Dit. A S. 1'itiCK hon moved IiIh otllce Tin: Danville Advocate favois the to tho new Owsley building and can bo found In the B'uuu locnUon w beioro the building of the Stanford A. Danville railroad, but would like to hvo some facts rtre. M. Tanm.ii, who has been yla and llgurcs produced. Tho promoters M. V. iting his fathur, Mr. K. I.. Tanner, will estimate that it can bo built and equip leave for his new home in l:illa, Texac, ped for $100,000, but If tho judgment oi an old railroad man is worth auythiug, family thtfluilgntes are very far short of the Kkv. W. A. Slumakkii and mark. htvo taken room at Mr. It. Willlatiif w ill continue to board at the Myero but Or the six white and three col o ml llottpe. persons who ollcred for teachers this Mil. T. W. liEKiihaa returned from a time all niMed. Two of the whites re month's atay at LiingHton, whero ho ceived certificates, one tocond has been breaking Jack Turner in ai and three third, while one colored got agent. lint, one second and one third. The JfDtiK M C. Su'ru; and CommonMl. Vernon Mgnal says out of 80 appli wealth Attorney John Sam Owsley, Jr., cants in that conuty only six uot first- went to Danville Sunday and both cIsfs certitlcates, while --'7 failed entire- weio promptly on h.uid at tho opening iy- of their flibt court jesterday. Mil. Cl.AKKNCK K. TATK llttl given Up On. iiv ro Dm. CharIts(ombe.a t. ...... Ia to'COUl" ft dnelnr and rn. couaty teacher, hclprd I:'..". p::p:!tic !.. turned from college at Philadelphia. II t a Unman candle to a dog's tail. The canvisited hia slater, MrB. C. II. P.iine, at dle did not tiro for several minutes and HoMon beioro coming home. Combs attempted to relight it, when it Mi FiX)inSfK Hkck, tho charming exploded, aotneof tho balls of lire taking young lady who has been visiting Miaa ctlect in his mouth. One struck with Lirzio ltobluson, IOgana, ictumed to such force that it went down his throU her homo near Stanford lnt Monday, ami lodged in bis stomach. Three phyhaving made a hot of friends. Jewm sicians are constantly in attendance, but his recovery if doubtful. mine Journ.il. llllt IXJnuOU IVVI1U rujn uiui. ijHi.is IIchnui) Oct. 0. F. Perry, of Pleasant ill health, Mr. It. C. Ford had to decline Point, writes to J. N. Mom-fethat his as cashier of the Firit Nationwith bis South house and contents, al Hank of that place, and Hill go money, were burned last week. His for the remainder of tho winter. Mr. splendid business man and the family barely ec.ipod and in going to a Ford is a neighbor's in their night clothes several bank will mifcs him. of them were badly frosted. Mr. Peiry and Sudie MtssKH IIkktik McKinnk attempting to save his househo'd Kilis left for Jellieo Friday, where they in goods was badly burned. In his letter establishmantua-makinwill open a Mr Metiefec to mi'o a contribu ment. They am excellent and worthy he asks tion, as he is perfectly destittiteof means young ladies and wo hope they will beyond their fondest anticipations. of any k'nil. mm Tim Wichita, Km, D.ly Wk imagine that our friend Walton at al speaks in the !iith-- t t"rma nl iho Stanford did some tall swearing when of Mrs. Julia F. accomplishment!! up tho other morning and found Dunn, sister of Mrs J. !'. Urnce, of this his papor dated insido and out "Friday, place, and aayfl her pupils were mi iiiur'ii January ", ISO'l." Hut punters will be plcaaed with her that they presumed her printers and that's all there is to it. with Grove's Dictionary of Music and Richmond Register. Fortunately wedid Muaiciaus and a number of other testi- not notice it till you called attention to it, monials of esteem. or one more unfortunate might now be sleeping the sleep that knows no wak"cTtynovTcinTtyT ing We dihliko to kill a printer, but it Coai. vases and oal hods cheap at A. is our rule to do eo for such offense, un A. Warren'. less as in this instance our ire has had a fresh car load of Kan- timo to cool. Just receied awha salt, larris A- Hardin. Si'iini: Dkiia.nuemkxt. Will Wallace, High-cation to-la- Louisville of $10,000 and liabilities of S2o,000. Sunday was tho coldest day of the winter in Louisville, the mercury dropI hamc tilled all o( my houses with ping to 10 below 0. Tho dispatches insplendid he and will be ready to supply dicate that the extremely cold weather my customers whenever they desire. I prevailed over tho country geuerally. will meet any competitors in prices. Jas. Four thousand persons will sing and P. Hush. an orchestra nt 200 will makn music at Its stockholders hero will bo glad to tho 27th National Saengerfest, to be held know Hint the First National Hank of in Cleveland during the wick beglnniug Florence, .Va., declared n July 10. dividend of .1 per cent and made it payThe reduction in membership has able Jan. 20. made it uecetsary to will tho now :JS00,-00club house in New York, to satisfy Attkstio.v is called to the card of tho a moitgnge of JIWO.OOO held by Jacob new liveryman, W. O. IJutehings. He is hero to build up a business and says Reppert. has reached The art of he intends to doit, if fair dealing and tho point where it is possible to cut nico service will secure it. down a growing tree and convert it into Nkahi.y all the water pipea are frozen paper suitable for printing purposes in and many have burst, making it pretty the short spico of 24 hours. hard to get water in this part of town. In view of the fact that tho State of Wo had to have it brought up in bucKets Georgia has not made, and is not likely for attain purposes yesterday. to make, any appropriation for an exhibit at tho Columbian World's exposition, Jim F.i Rhuck, who inherits much of the Augusta Chronicle suggests a way of tho trait of his uncle, Ed McRoborts, ol advertising tho State. ''If Georgia," it never agreeing that anything of the says, "will havo a free distribution of present boa la tho past, sajs we had a Georgia watermelons and peaches on good deal worse spell of weather than tho fair grounds onco or twice a week, thiainlSSI and that tho mercury slid after these fruie becomo ripe, Eho may down to 2'2' below on the 15th of Janua- succeed in yetting talked about more ry that year. than any other State in tho list." Tiik Model Minstrels, Sweenev, Ali-do- , Gorman and Goetz, arrived Sunday NKW AbVERTHKMUVW. and got good and ready for tho showlat night, which promised to bo largely atout tended if tho poop! could of warm houses to bravo the cold. The Ceinci ln)oti cvr other day In the ypr pnrudo was a good one and tho music by delivered The -- A.S I will handle the very best goods I can possibly buy and by sodoing think I can gic every customer the worth of his money. I will continue to charge goods to prompt paying customers, but it must be 1mucr.sr.00c1 mat wncn accounts are due tncy must be paid. CHEAP AS AlsTlrr OlsTE. Open until 9 o'clock each night. .ti J. mo:&ob:e.rt3. WE INVITE YOU TO. hcmi-annu- 0 w tot TJHDEJ s Sale of Wilier Seeds. paper-makin- g Everybody Invited to Come. We will warm up the body with good, warm goods and the pocket book with low prices. Wc have Overcoats, heavy Winter Suits and Cloaks, heavy Underwear, heavy Hoots, Comforts, Blankets, Fur Rugs, Muffs and Mufflers and FICW1IIOT 8 JLICMUU Of Wool Ovcrshirts in the town. Wc do not want to carry these goods nor do wc intend to if wc can find customers. They are for sale regardless of former prices. We invite you to come and see them. You can afford to buy for next winter at our prices. All our $15 Cloaks reduced so 9; all our $7. 50 Cloaks reduced to Cloaks reduced to 2.75. All our Misses' and chilJs5; all our S3-5dren's cloaks cut half in two. Our 15 Overcoats now 10; our $8.50 Odcrcoats $6.50; ourg6.5oOverceats 5.00. You must see our line of wool Ovcrshirts; there is nothing in the market to compare with them. 0 Our Dress cods are Simply Wonderful. THS ADVOCATE lor oiny $'2 c tiptop. In Kentucky now-alone H.J. Mi ItoiiBKTfl, who is in the clothing and gouts' furnishing goods lint"", tella our readers something in another column that will ha of interest to them. He is tilling up with new gooda mid is determined to make for such trade his store tho headipiark-rin this section. Ma. s corrof-pondent- Addrett Ttnic)ifatckt and Lett paper Ket u three montht The Aliocatk, Danville, Ky One lot wool filling Hrocadcs at Jc; one lot all wool Novelties at 35c, worth 60c, one lot Camel's I lair Suitings at 50c and 75c; one lot cotton Bedford Cords at SJc, worth i2Cc. Dan't fail to come and sec us. Subscriotion School. a lour months At the c'o.e of our p lblic icho"l, we wilt beziD ubs Ni tiun achoU ott FEBRUARY All 20TH, 1803. J. S. HUGHES. Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. 1YI., btmlie ilrst-cloh- do-p- ot Oun with.oua or two exceptions, seem to hnvo frozen up. The editor is in the came fix himself, but the demuition grind has to go on all the same and tho I.ntkkiou Jol'iisal must come out on timo or burst ahatue string. And hero bIio is, correspondents or no correspondents, news or no news. m m MlSSChlllK niUKMOND.Aut taught that the pMrom may desire C H HULMhS. Principal, President. Spring Session Tuesday, An January 24th, 2S93. w. c. nuTCHxaras, FHorilETOI Full corps of Conwrvitory and Normal School teachers. Saperlor coanes in Literature, Music and ExcrUtnt boarding department Catalogues and circulars furnlshjd on application LI very and Feed Stable, KENTUCKY. hi AN'FORI), Mad-ias- r. I Till' oliicurd of the local board of tho ItavitiK purchael of A T. Nunnellry hi livrrady can bo loimJ National Building and Loan Associt tion, ery LutiDut' I publU at any at h'old tUtiil ni;ht. timo day or wait on the Col. T. P. Hill, ti lung but organized last week, are: .Sol president; K. C. Walton, FIRST-CLAS- S : TURNOUTS A. C. Sine, secretary and treasurer; P. hall leave my ttabtoaml my pneev will be at M. Mcllobcrts, attornej, Harve Helm, low aa the Don't forget my Stanford and local agent. Messrs. J. E. Rruce, Joe Rowland 'bin line S. Rice and Rev. Ren Helm aro diiectora. vice-preside- nt; ,jj-f- m J SOLOMON, ;( ttTST.(DK VXJLIUJJj CTo 1'eople of Lincoln county, call nt Hustonville, Kentucky, at e tow-eth- Tiik coldest wavoof the season followthe heavy snow storm of Saturday A we have rented our farm and will moie to and that night tho mercury fell 27 de- Indunn tho tirl of cl , we will tell to thp high-c- t bidder at our place S mile from Hubble, on grees, registering next morning 7 below hovered around that neighborhood THURSDAY, 0. It 26, '93, all day and till yesterday morning, when 'I he following personal property 3 standard-liit was only G nbove. Tho sun shone 0 fillies, a good roadstert, t com bin td marc, brown ktandard brt-- buy mare by Llln.iiu, brightly yesterday, but no thaw of con man- - In fiul by In Tiu.r, bay mare cars old, u tine addlu horse, sequence occurred, and it was still very in foal bv l.eorge bay stallion, three yean old, tired by Oambftta cold when wo went to press. "Fair, dan by Ultimut, a jear bay saddle Sandidge's saddle lioe, a vcrv tiue one signal service prediction Fayette Chief, dam tHelle, by Stonewall Jackson, warmer" ia Urecze for ,iorrl horteaa years old by buggy Wllle, Jr Ullimifi, kooiI, gentle ed 1 PTJBIiIC SAIiS ! JAN. The Cheap Bargain Store. 1 r 1 Tarli-nton- , to 1 Am Closing Out My WinterStoek. I will soon have my Spring Goods. my Winter Goods must go. Ml , te year-ol- d ttal-li- ot Call in and get a Bargain, as to-da- g sue-ceo.- 1 n Ik-nco- iim-mc- horse, 3 d.tm by j pars old, fine saddle colt by In 'lime, dam by MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Jr , ) parting coft by Wilkes Hoy, Jr., a. c. SINE dam by Abdallah Mrtsenger, roo.1 family boric, good work mule, 4 ) pari old, 16 hands high, t tJos. Roll, a widower of three-scor- e ear-omule, good wheat drill, good as new, a and ten, and Mrs. Martha Case, twice a new ld rate, a Walter A. Wood movrtr, a good hay widow, and It, wero married in Gar- buggies 1and harness, aastrong nuil caru, t snring wjjon, good surrey, splendid bog box, Oliirr rard. Chilled Plow, riding plow in good order, and Sewn stands of bees, Statistics for 189- -' show a largo in- about I.JO.J implementsmeit, 50 barrels of corn, jKiunds of of by, 1 thoroj;hrr' Jr-c- v crease in the number of marriages, thu ' gals, of milk per day and a goo 1 con- gHlrg butter cow result, probably, of the prosperous con- cow half Jerse, a heifer three quarters. Household and kitchen furniture, 3 good coat dition of the country. tote Kpd nspleudid cook stove. No 7 unisof $10 and under cash; over that Terms A Huron, S. I)., preacher has writ amo'inta credit of 4 montht without intcrrat Nea fu'end in Now York that a car gotiable not- - payable in the I armcrs Haul. ten to Trust Co., of Stanford, Ky. load of Irish girls can marry well by go JOK.VH. SWOl'K. Hubble, Ky. W. II. WEAKEN place The letter state that ing to 1 1 1 -) 1 1 1 1 1 . 41-- td J. SOLOMON. J.N. MENKFKI A & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The OiUcc aucl Yard Depot I I STINFORD LUMBER YARD, Street, Stanford, Ky. JIKS. A. s l ft I iil that W.JAMtS. - Youn account is uatly. Call and fettle. I mean you. A. It. Penny. -Kkmi'.miikic Ziiiimur when you want a good dinner or oysters horved in any way. NlkiiW). What you "owe me and need it bad. AccountH all copied, ll'lease call " and bottle. A. A. Warren. . WantkI). 100,000 doen eggs at '7J ceutsland tho enino number of pounds of butter at i!3 cents. W. II. Wearen Co. Wlix you stand by and heo such as wo oiler in our advertisement and never como to see them ? J. S. . Hughes. Will call anywhere between Stanford and Rowland for passengers between those points. P. W.- Green, proprietor Stanford and ltowland back line. bar-"gai- - r 0. H. Holvkb, principal and Miss Cettie Thurmond, assistant, will open a subscription school in tho public building at tho closo of their common echool term. Mb. sou of John Wallace, tho blacksmith, is in u demented condition, and there id a diu'ciencc oi opinion as to tho caiiho. On Thursday last lie returned from a viit to bis sweetheart at Danille land since then he has been totally deranged. He imagines himself away from homo and foarfl that be is in danger. He will not speak fo any one, nor will be pay attention to questions asked him. Ho goes to tho doois and windows many times nl night to fcoe if thev are foourely fastened for hours at a timo. and talks to hitm-elHo was heard to say that he would never take morphine again, but as ho has uover been addicted to that habit, il is not known what caused the remark. DickeiBon did not recognize him on his return from Danville, as he was laying on the seat of tho buggy and looked very blue. Ho supposed it was an intoxicated muu and let him go through tho gate free rather than bother him for toll. Some think that tho severe weather and tho cold ride caused tho trouble, while others believe the result rviii occasioned by a reverse in love affairs. f husbands aro as plentiful nB blackberries are in Joly. Marriuge st.itisticd for Massachusetts for 18n2 develop tho fact that during that ilpgant of am receiving nut! of tic year in Hint ancient commonwealth 278 MII.I.I.1M.KY cverhmdledi'ior St.mford, lines selectm ed with an ose-ii- l this mw p women married between tho ages of 2o trade Mus isora Welch, of Unciunati, an rape. ami :'.0, to 10.5 between tho ages of .0 rlenceJ trimrrur, is with me this season audi guarantee ever? thine to bo in the latest and most and 2: under 20. and approved tashlon '1 he UdUu are tnvltud to call examine my A couplo havo just and in showing. goots, which I will take ptias-ur- e V MISS I.ICCIi: BKAZLKY. been married in Green county, Texas. e, The groom had come out of tho war minus one leg, one arm and one eye, which thu rebels had shot away; while tho lady had hut ono arm in a light with the Indians and had dtopped one leg in a railroad accident. Apparently there is just about enough left ol thet-- two to complete tho matiimoninl ono. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi- TO THS2 LADIES. tr-- WE Begin the New Yeap .WITH.. I 'ft well-matche- d NEW 8 And are strictly "in it" on anything in FBIOIEB9 BAN3KS THE JEWELER, ous. HARDWARE&GROCERIES W. H. WEAKEN & CO. Mn O. D. llui'KKit, of Guilford, Mo., one of our ohleat subscribers, writea in this fncetioitH strain. Kudosed tluil $1 to pay my indebtetl-ueb- S on paper, tho balance for rene.val of my Hiibacription oiisuue. If no balance send piper anyway and if I never pay for it before then, I will owo you tho more when I die. We had made up our minds not to pay any of oun debts, but fliuco democracy has made such rapid strides to thu front and hogs not io 8ellinK at 7Jc per pound wo hnvo concluded to pay Homo of the most important ones, hence you are getting your monoy. We havo been having some solid win- - A complete line of Watches, Clocks DRUGGIST AND JEWELER And BOOSI-SZItXJSR, A, Mo IPIESMWY, Old Gold and Silver ta"ken in exchange for goods. ) Jewelry rcipntfully solicited. The Largest Stock to select from. Prices alwas as Low as the low Watchest. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. and Warranted. es, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired Ami SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. Alt goods si! J enjravtd free or charge Vour patronage Engraving Beautifully and Artistically Done. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal patronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite at A. R. PENNY. tcntion, honest gooes and fair prices. !& - -- 4U?' R.-- . JtjjjimtJ$!h! t frf-- w g. A . ..AMU-Uki- -, A - i' ' fjiJlBjL - i ii i ii it-- '"- - -- - i!? mum, ip'P" mi J niil . i M I T Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT Publlahod Erery Tuesday and Friday $2PffiRYBAniX ADVANCK a -- When not aopaid 33.50 will be charRcd.-S- K... LOCAL at 5:30 p.m. TIME CARD. 7:00 a. m., Twin nftves Rowland at returning LAN. - LOCAL TIME CARD. .it 40pm Mail train going- North ...iijpm h South. . ....... 11 si pm Expretttriio " South ( ,..j3 Jim North........... " ,7 to am Local Fralght North bourn..- Tha tiller 1 rain alio carry pattenger Tha above iicalculated on standard time. Solai me ia about to minutes fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. South-boun- d Florida Special ia:io.p. m.; Fait Mail tatso p. m.; Fait line i:ts a. m. BUe-Gr"2 Special arrive at 8:40 p. m. Special leaves at 6:o si North-boun- d a. m.J Fast Mall 11:50 p. ra.; Florida Special 4:41 p. m.; Fait Line 3.15 a. m. Btue-Gra- Trains pass Junction City as follow: 2:17. We delro to lay to our cltueiu, that for years I haro heard a new verxion of c have been selling I)r King's New Discovery for Consumption, llr. King's New Life l'llli. "Veni, vidi, vici," says Nathan Haskell llucklen'a Arnica SaWe and Electric Hitter, and Dole. have never lundleu rcmedio that tell ns well or We When Paderowski first played with that hno givento such universal satUlactlnn. and guarantee them every time do not htslute tho Boston Symphony orchestra ho made we stand teady to refund the purchaso price If follow their use. These a great sensation at the rehearsal. A attifactory results do not great popularity purely remedie have won compatriot of tho chrysanthemum pi- on their merit, A.their Penny, druggist. R. TURF TOPICS. anist, who has nn imperfect knowledge of Cliam!crUln't Cough Remedy Therols a teamster named Driver in of English, but prides himself ou that, in The micce a speedy cute of Cold, Croup and clftctlng Missouri and one named Trotter in Colo- leaped to his feet nnd shouted: Whooping Cough has Drought It Into K'eat demand. Mestrt I'ontlut ft Sun, of Cameron, Ohio, "He came, ho saw, ho inquired!" rado. a that It ha Ho could not understand tho amuse- saythat vicinity. gained M reputation efireond to none In Q. O. Green, of Woodbury, N. J., has Ja. he Queen, Johniton, W, ever uied II. F Jones, the bct Va , ay bought Stamboul Prince, by Stamboul, ment of his hearers ns ho sat down. druceiit, Winona, Mil, sa).' "Chamberlain's I have perfectly reliable Cough Remedy He ia said to Book News. dam by Dictator. warranted it and it never tailed to give the have shown 3:10 in California. Difficult. ottles for tale mottpertect satltfaction." by W. B, McRoberti, drnggist, Stanford, Ky. Bndd Doble says that the people who attend the trotting meetings throughout In buying a cough medicine for children " "say the country are almost unanimous in 11. A Walker, a prominent drutgttt ol Ogdcn, of the regulation mile track. Utah.'nevtr be afraid to buy Chamberlain's favor Cough Remedy. There no dangrr from it and The total amount of betting on horse particutarv rerelief i. alwayaaure to lollow, commend Chamberlain' became have found it races in France in 1892 was 30,000,000. to bA lafe and reliable. Iti Intended especially Of this 3 per cent., or $C0O,0O0, went to tor Colds, Croup and Whoopinv Cough. bottles for sale by W. II. McRobcrt, druggut, the government for charitable purposes. Stanford, Ky. Maud S will be 10 years old next A Million Frlendd. pring. Goldsmith Maid trotted in 2:14 A friend In need It a friend indeed, and "ot less when 17, and trotted three heats in a than one million have found Just such a friend in race when SO years of age in 3:10), 2:14, llr. King's New Iicovery for Consumption, C-a- Now Tomlnn of Cmiar, Deserving Pralso. Tor Twenty t'i Sl I Building 11. c. x. POWIU, L,ote UKALRK IS In the corporate limits of Rowland. I. DAKST. Rowland. General -:- - ItfcrcliaiuUHc, OTfflfctP A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Drug Storm In tho new And Country Produce, Has opened hit stock of good and it ready to terve the people of Stanford and vicinity He is olfering unheard of llargatn and all who want good good at the loweii possible price should call on him on Lcxn,A venue. Oflicoover McRobetts Owtley Iluilding. J. H. BAVGH9IAN. EIRE AND STORM itanftrd. John It. Cattleman. A. G. Lanharr. 11 1 INSURANCE AGENT .Representing., I y jo-ct- nt ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BAHBEE&CASTLEMAfl MANAOKKS, 1 1 Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Enij.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. Companies. 1 wouU All of which are firit-dbe pleaied to wait en my friend in thlt line. Pol. icie promptly ittiicd. H'itllmuic agaimt torna doe, wind ttormt and lightning. Lightoiig wifiout additional charge Office at Pint National Hank. Stanford. si claui-eiattach- et 1 nt OOYVl pYALMMffJ SJ POWDER Absolutely Pure of Tarter Baking Powder. II ghrst ol strength. Latest United State Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO., ork. 106 Wall meet, New A Cream Denny Bros., of Ligonicr, Pa., are engaged in building a covered track d of a milo long, for the purpose of training their colts through tho winter months, , M. P. Ketchum writes that the trotting dog Doc has now earned $18,000. and that he refused $12,000 for him nt Richmond. He adds, "He simply isn't for Kilo." Thero is likely to be a union of all the trotting associations in Germany, Austria and Italy on tho plan of tho American grand circuit, so as to do away with clashes on racing dates. "In speculating on tho prospects of tho fastest trotter for 1893 do not leavo Bello Vara. 2:0SJ, out, as 8ho is sound ami game, and has as much speed as any trotter that has as yot appeared, says a turf prophet. one-thir- have rever med this Cough and Cold. great Cough Medicine, one trial will convince you that it has wonderful curative power in all ol the Throat, Che land Lungs. Each bottle li guaranteed tn do all that Is claimed or mon eywlli be refunded. Trial boltlet free at A. R. I'enn) 'sdiug store. Large bot'lc jocund If you dii-et1 Commerce Building, Louisvill e Agentt throughout the South. DR W. B.PENNY Dentist. Office South tide Main street, in office Itctr. vacated by Dr. L. V. Huffman, Stanfoid, Ky. an W. A. T2UBBLE, Local TAN FORD. KY At nt, 'COULD YOU OBLIGE MF. WITH A LIGHT? Wck Mo Up. Kloqueiire. fS' STAGE Dawes. Neil Burgess GLINTS. in leavening Ralph Delmoro has married Gcrtrudo will tako "Tho County THE RILEY - HOUSE P. B. BILEY.lProprlotor, Kentucky. I have move J to my new noiei ana ira iwi prepared thau ever to accoatinodato the public. London, 1 Good Livery attached and every convenience ....11 r?:..- 77 do-- FRANK RILEY. Notice to the Traveling Public. 1 have had., THE SUELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and lnve in connection with Hotel one of tho belt sa loon in the State, open day and night; a night man meet all train, lu connection with House the have also one of tho best Mineral well in and StaU. Mrs, ind for reference to water, call on Jlr. J. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr. and Mr. Floyd In- ;Tram, crm. "imi n. ".. V W. o ..... n H Hni, Ur and Mr. T. V." I Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mr. F. B. Johnson, Greensburg Rate 5 pet New Haven, Jim Cox. day. J. M. f'etrrv, cleric. Give me a call, c&iy I. W. CARRIER. Prop. "-- l .. II W r N A m . m ? Said corporation jhtllbeor the name and Her rcclliifr Hurt. stn, Ifrv.nrTticI wh.w. ... lie kduwu "Bridget, will you go down and shake John's Congregation atOttcnheim, Jtcnln Countho furnace? Mr. Smith hadn't time to ty, Kentucky. 1m It principal place of iraniactlDg Liiiluhi CuUII- -- I G;lii.iMi,ua, tittuim 10 ii this morning," said Mrs. uuiia ty, Kentucky. Tho general nature of the buil-Smith to her now girl beforo sho went lobe traniacted I lo provide the member with tha preaching of the. Holy Gospel and all othout for an hour tho other morning. er mean of grace. There (hall lie no tapital On Iter return Bridget met her with 0 stock. The corporit'on shall commence it existence on the first day of February, tSoj, and something up expression. shall exist fur so year, ending January ji, 1041. "Plazo'in, I'm going to lavo. It's no The officers of the congregation shall be two el SALE. who together shall form fruch horso's work ns that I hired wid yo dert and two deacon, Their Urm ol office shall board ol truiteet. to dot Shako tho furnace, indeed a big, tho two year and the rlection thall be held Forty Acre of Land, 4 mile South of Stanford, be Sunday tialf cleared, balance in timber, Rood orchard, two general meeting on the heavy thing liko that! I couldn't do it in the annual The amount of indebtedne tirst shall at never failing springs, eud a mal! house. Hi January G. T. McROBERTa. e I'vo hit it wid tho poker and tried to pry no time exceed tho tona fide value of the jjtf for it wid tho ax, tho doors coino off, ami to beproperty, not including debts contractederecbuilding are In progress of aid tho pipes is twisted but divel a bit can tion, The when property cf members thall be private cotporate debtj. I movo it. It isn't out to this counthree exemt t frum JOHN JUFER.Stcrettry, I caino to bo axed to do such work as RKDNALK, FERDINAND HEIDENHRANI). that, nnd you'ro no lady to expect it av ' painlets extraction 01 teeth and otref Vor surgery. GOITFKIEDTSCIIANZ. RAILROAD JOTTINGS. me. Next thing yo'll bo afthcr telling 1 have tted it HENRY HILDEHKANDT. minor R. C. MORGAN, U. U..S. lOHNSWAHLEN, mo to tako tho pianny updiairs or carry to know Tho Roanoke Macbino works ha3 re out tho kitchon btovo. Not another CONRAD D1SCH, IOHN KOCIIKR. ceived orders to build fivo engines a minuto will I sthny RUDOLF TKAUII, wd yo. So goodby." I month for tho Norfolk nnd Western. JOHNDISCH. And it took nenrly as much timo nn.l JOHN ORIGOIS1IERG Within tho hist two years tho freight troublo to sootho Bridget's feelings as it ALIlRECItTSTAMIM'LV. Ottenhelm, Lincoln Co., Ky , Dicen.ber ji, traffic of tho Chicago division of tho!' did to mend tho furnace. Exchange. 1S97. F.wes and alio one thoroughbred Nineteen eooI Pennsylvania lines has increased ICO per fat southdown Buck; one 1.500 pound col- - cent So dilutees. old Steer; 7 yearling Mare Mules, ood an d good Muies. Ho had called on her (several times and Tho Oklahoma Midland railway, run- CRKlGHTON. MYERS HOUSE KmBwll3, Lincoln county, Ky ning from Cherokeo county, Kan., south- finally nmiterod up courago nnd as.sur-ancTexas, to bo somowh.it moro affectionate west across .Oklahoma and into than the circumstances warranted per- 3CI has been chartered. ' SALE. Colonel Horace Hibbard, general haps. P.W. CREEN, Prop. "Yon must net do that!" sho said somesell privately my Farm ot 5?. Acre on the freight agent of tho Vandalia. recently I will connection with the Thil (table, which U run year of what nervously. Danville & Stanford pike, threesmiles from of five completed hi3 twenty-seventMyers Houte, ha been supplied with with dwelling It is well impioved, necessary outbuilding; servico with that company. "Do what?" was tho innocent query. rooms, new barn and all "Put your arm around my waist." fn.a sprinir Call on me on tho premltes rpin tV,fn, ,,;,.,, nnd T7f.l . fniMw?ia- A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, "Why not?" oraddresis mc at Buggies, Wagons, KZUhKv. tion of tho Chicago and Northwest rail"My big brother might como in sudroad, has been incorporated to build a denly and eeo von." bettor than ever UMtner' Supple nnd nil lino from Caspar, Wy., to Ogdcn, U. T. uppiy mo puunc wuii up neat week a what of that? Ho couldn't kill prepaid "Well, on the Somerset Thero pcems to bo no doubt that tho IUQS OP ALL, KINDS. tnni ;infnnl. ninl u ill have Missouri, Kansas and Texas will soon me!" "No, I suppose not, but ho would try IV ronal and prompt attention givento Weddings, Poplar Lumber for 70.000 feet of good Oak and reasonable rate and bo extended into Austin, and that tho to borrow some money from you, nnd I l'arttes and Ilurlul. sale. I will tell at the moit invite all who want Lumber to givo me aca.l. arrangements for it ure already planned. havo lost two beaux already by his doI V. GREEN, Proprietor. JACOll IIAKl'LluKR, OtttniieiM. AL. HUKNS, Manag-- r Tho New Jersey court of errors nnd ing that." Texas Siftings. appeals has decided tho South covo Jersey Tonic tho Hint. water front gSIIOP. City and tho controversy betweenfavor of BUT CJKER Central railroad in "If yon wero a Frenchman you would 1.... ....r.A,i .. Ar.t.rl.u Hiitiher Shoti on the city. Tho city recovers property know how to mako love," eho baid cruelworth $1,000,000 or more. Lancaster stroet, where will keep at all time!, ly to her bashful lover. Ono of tho most valuable railway con"But you would not understand mo : MIEA.TSJ : ever granted by tho Mexican then yon cannot speak tho French lanmar- - cessions that can be obtained, which I will soil at the government lias been obtained by Chopin guage," ho wailed. kot price. I have a fine. uow. large refrigerator M alwav. be kept "No; but I could listen fluently," sho Bros., who represent a gyndicato of ft Tho pro- replied, nnd nt last ho understood her United States capitalists. Detroit posed lino is to run from Esperanza to and revised his lovemaking. Freo Press. Suchil, in the stato of Vera Cruz. 1. mm 11 1 - LAND FOR !X)Eisra?o." FOB SAIiB. corn-fe- Fair" to England. Edwin Milton Royle has bonght back his play, "Friends." from Manager A. F. Hartz. May Robson has resigned from tho New York Lyceum Theater company and joined Charles Frohman's forces. Miko Kelly, tho basoball player, is a member of Wood and Shepard's "Winning Cards." He blacks up and does n comedy turn with W. C. Cameron. John L. Sullivan has secured Dr. Bird's tragedy, "Tho Gladiator," which Edwin Forrest and John McCullongh used to play, and will prcduco tho work at no distant day. Mascagni, tho composer, is suid to bo a domestic model. Ho is the father of thruH) sons, each of whom was bom jnst previously to tho production of each of his father a operas. fTlisirlps PrnliTnun hn linin.lif- tlmniml act piece, "Tho Burglar and tho Judgo," recently produced in London, and will givo it at tho Standard theater, New York, in February. It has been published that E. S. Wil- lard's now play. "The Professor's Love Story." is a dramatization from a novel j by Barrio. This is not so. Tho play is an original writing by Barrio from an idea furnished him by Mr. Willard, nnd the title was fixed upon by Mr. Willard and his manager, A. M. Palmer. I Tho proprietor of a largo building in ono of tho eastern cities which contains several "flats," or living apartments, on tho upper floors, says that ho novcr suc ceeded in renting these apartments readily until ho employed a very eloquent Irishwoman ns janitress or agent for tho caro nnd lotting of them. Several times tho graceful "blarney" of tliis excellent woman has Bvured a customer where a less gif ted agent would probably havo failed. "Kinvayniences, ia iff" says sho to applicants for tho rooms. "Sure, it's hot an could wather at nil hours of tho day on noight ngraj'ablo to ycr tashto, an set toobs that wud mako n washerwoman o' tho qnano of England by priffer-cncel'' ; -- MONUMENTS Of.all CT rrVrrn kind, t. M. URUCK. 1 HOMAS VKAGER ISRUCE & YEAGER, Made and Sot Up in All tho Country. No Agenta employed. Partaof Lim nii MB STANKOKD, SALE STASLE, 19-i- W. ADAMS 1N0. & KY. Opera Home ii llroadway, l.eitngton, Ky. SON, c J 57-i1 h We are In our new stable in the lllock and are will supplied with NOTICE. All petsoni having claim againtt J M. Phillip which were created before tho sddayof I'clirua-ry- , will present them to mo before Decern-bvrjt- h, NEW RIGS AND HORSES Havebecn purchated and tisthlng but turnout! will leave the stable 37 first-cltis iti, it-it- , properly pruteti, M C SAUKLKY. M AT- Give them a Call. k to--jt TruiteeJ. 1'kllllf. r. JesseXThompson's Barber Shop, 'there are three of the belt Rubers in the State There are alio escellent lUlh Ktom run in connection Agent lor Lexington Steam I.nutidiy. rsTKAUa, jh. t claski. n p -- 1 J. II. HILTON, ns if sho were reaching tho climax of all lervant. tho wonderful advantages of tho building, "tho stnlrcaso i3 that nisy that whin Ail or H. yo'ro goin opp yo would well belavo that yo'ro comin down!" hersby Kiven tuat we, the undersign-d- , Tho intending tenant usually capituNotice A have agreed tu form a charitable, lates at this point. Youth's Companion. cligious corporation pursuant to ChapUr jo, and t an KY., HARDWARE, IH GROCERIES, DEALER asks an inqniror. Ohl Kwts and Shoes "Aro they wahrmed!" with a surprised KUcrSaltforsalcby Cigar and Tolaeeo. countbobanel. Will tika air. "Sure, wid a Hlotght turn o' ycr try produce in exchange for giwds at market prce relub'e llrodhcad Towrisht yo havo anny degray o' tirapcra-tnr- o I am also agent lor the old line of theic goods in bacco and will keep a full known to tho thcriuieter!" merchant ot Manford stock, and all I atk of the "But tho staircase; is that easy to and Rowland I to give me their order and I will put tho goods In their houie at Factory pncei. go up?" Thanking the public for liberal patronage, I ak a "Now, thin," says tho eloquent ngent, coutlnuonceof same, and remin your olwdlent "Aro tho rooms comfortably warmed?" 131. ROWLAND, HILTOH ri r - 1 - STRAXTB& CO., ..PkACrKAI... Plumbers and Steam 1 wc-r- Fitters. ,T 1 it 2 r Dealer in all kind nf lion and lliat Govdi for of alt klndi. All Icon and water Sanitary guaranteed againit, defective raateiisl and wurkmamhip 57 (! ilji Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Immense itotk f 1 run and Ornamental Tree, mail I rum, Shrub, Viue and PUnta. 1'ricr. H h mi agentt and our profit ceatt where lliwrs bgln General aud Strawberry Catalogue on apptliailon 10 ij. lov, 7 Il.h. iilLLENMEYRR. I.etingtua, Ky Farmers Rank&Trnst Co. OT STANFORD, KY., laoowtuliy nrgaoued and ready for buiinett wit endment of tho General Statutes of Ken-luc- ky ''' ni pqi St f Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. -- - 000. SUCCESSOR toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL. HANK UP STANIORD, corpi-rat- ! 1 H ffi hH cbisnj up) with the umt attett tod undit tha tarns mtnagemrnt, Hy provision! of lit chaiter, depositors are aa fully protected as an depositors ill National llankt, its inaieholdert being held Individually liable to the talent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value tkcreol, in additioi to the tmount invettcd In such shares. It ikmj acta executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully at tn Individ!. To thoit who entrusted their bultinett to ut Now cle-t-- ly ;i - 1 while mnaglngt the Lincoln National Dank ol Stanford, we w here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact taeir buiineai with ut, olfering at a guarantee far prompt attention to tame, our twenty years' axpenencc ia banking and at libeialaccoinmodatiout at arc continent with tound banking. o SS J.J. u, j i 3 3 w ! ? J. ) !- o FARM FOR ER IT STABLE 11 2 Sd (i I , niRKcroBt; Wlllumi, Ml Vernon; J, M. Hall, Stanlord; J. S. Owtley, .Stanford; S.J. F.mbry, Stanford ; J. S. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter. MllledgtvilU; J. F, Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky. II L S Stan-for- h n On rt" - iJ.iia 0 ? V g.t73 p--i r I r . ll.Shtnk, Preiident J. W. M.llilrht.TelUr Owtley, Cathlet. r FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP STAN FORD. KY. - T.flMRRR.i'ffi. .. . -.. I FIRST-CLAS- S to " f CapitalStock Surplus that this $200,000 20,500 j NEW . y g ft bote: n I Z 8 to ta ttf 1 THE BEST "ST . I Ikp" jdjxti:. Iwillooennn lanuarv Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Miners and thiiipcriof the GENUINE ODDS AND ENDS. Uimelllali. Sweot Girl Is your lovo for mo abso- 1 Ten million ncivo fibers aro said to bo found in tho human body. Trv it. We are the ole agents for Stanford :and In Sweden and Denmark tho parliaittett and Rowland. Olle corner ot ments havo voted that tho ofiico of tUGOINS A WATTS. stenographer shall bo filled by women. A woman in Ohio has a churn which has been in her possession for fifty-fiv-e years, and which has made moro than $10,000 worth of butter. Flies aro so pestilential in Shun that STANFORD, KY., every soldier is compelled to assist in reducing their number by catching enough every day to fill n matchbox. It has been discovered that tho Congo Hotel, renovated and relurnikhed, l now river is 1,452 feet eepnt its mouth. The lThi my charge nd I intend to conduct but toaitt mouth of the Mississippi has a depth of add notdnlv maintain its high reputation, accommoda-ton- . 33 feet and the Thames of 40 feet. long Ust ol friend. Special fine rconu.ior traveler, and for commercial An Evanston (Ills.) man claims to have tfctulipioy oi Biuiu among his collection of curiosities two hairs from Shakesiieare's eyebrow. He A First-Clas- s ROOMS attached. has nn affidavit establishing their auAid air TARD and rulJJJSEpH COFPKY. thenticity. Original Jclllco Coal. lutely unselfish? Adorer Absolutely. Sweot Girl Then I wish you'd go fcomowhoro olso tonight. .TpcIc Hansom promised to call. Now York Weekly. Good to Tliluk Over. Yes, my dear boy, thero aro 87,710,000 eoplo in this country and you aro only ono of them just ono! Think of that Dairy. Irom which I can supply any inutility of The Directory ol this )Unk it composed ol Jersey milK to the peupio 01 .sianioru ami now T. Koitcr, of Stanford; J. land at the lollowing priced, delivered : Kuretlut Reid, Lincoln county, ?o cents Kresh Milk, per gallon J. W. llayden, Stanford ; 10 cenln SUmmed Milk, r gallo.i S.H. Haughman, I incoln; Scents Hotter Milk, per gallon M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; Iwill make two trips dally. The patronage ol the S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. PKVTON. public is solicited. J. S. Mocker Stanford; Stanford, Ky. 91.1 yr. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; ith. a Kirt-Cla- s Attention of the public is invited tu ihu 'fac Is the only National Hank in Stinford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors arc secured not only by the capital stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor an amount equal to the stock, so that depotitort of thlt institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. r'ive sworn statement of thecnnditlmi of the bank are made each ycarto the L lilted State government and itinttelt are examined at staled timet by government agent, thus ecuring addmtona inilperfcct asfety to depositor. This institution, originally eitablished a tha Depotit Hank of Stanford In 1853, then red as the National Hank of Stanford tn 1S65 and aa the Pirtt National Hank of gain Stanlord in iS8, ha had practically an uninterrupted esittcncnof is year It it better tupplied now with lacililie for tratuactiug business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in it lung and honorable career Account of corporations, fiduciaries, firm and individual respectfully lolic-ted. THE 60FPBY HOUSE PUBLIC WILLIAM 1MORELAND, for Sheep'and T P. V. S&X.E Hill.SUnrord. G. Welch, Stanford; W. .P.Tate, Stanlord. OFFICERS: onco in awhile. Loudon Tho Same. Tit-Di- Jacks, Jennets & Horses. February 9th, 1893, I. S. Mocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. JOSEPH COFFEYJPro'r. 11 Maud Aunt Marie, what does "lovo" mean in lawn tenuis? Mario Juht the sumo as in anything else nothing, Brooklyn Lifo. Saloon' T "Isn't Miss Bolivar nging rapidly?' "Yes, but sho had to catch up, you know. She was twenty for thirteen years." Harper's Bazar. A Fnst Tace. The day following Mr John T. Woodward's tale of saddle horses, I will sell at M', Sterling, Ky. Thi notlco forewarn hunters, fithermen and Dealer iu the above. fifteen Jacks, twenty five Jennets and twenty five on our land without Hones. The Jacks Hogs The Horses include are all old enough for service, other not toalltrespastwill be prosecuted to the full-e- tt Cattle, Orders a u..h extent of the law. Signed: Solicited. Stock Caul and Sheep a specialty. M. LACKOWITZ. Persons having any of the above described stock Six Fine Stallions, 2 Standard-breT. D. NKWLAND. for tale or wiihing to purchaie tame, will do well W.H.HAYS, Trotters, to call on or addre me An experience of fifteen G. C. LYON. years in this business has been of profit to me and FRED HAUMANN. I think I can make 't profitable both to the buyer And a nnmber of nico Gehllngi. Ac. For cat logucs, address me at Ml. Sterling, Ky. R. L. WHITE. 100 and seller, P. O. address Stinford, CLAY ION HO, YELL. jt MRS. M.A.MARTIN. 90-Office at the Myers House. d POSTED. it K. I