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Hayes was engaged to bo married shortly to his cousin, M rn. Mary Aun lligelow, of Battleshoro, N Y. Tim marriage- was put oir on nccount of tho death of Mrs. inflow's son, n young lawyer, who resided in New York. Mrs. Uigelpw l tho widow of Win. A. Blge-lowho wan at tho time of his death neof tho richeat citizens of Vermont. The Xdvocate says that George Lew obtained license Thursday to marry Miat Jennio Duncan, who llu near Junction City. A handsome supper was prepared nnd arrangements perfected to make tho occasion a festlvlous one, but eorne indulged too lavishly in jollification and when the bUas-f- ul hour arrived ho was in a rather uncertain statu of mind nnd body. Tho bride expectant became indignant and declar.il the whole thing off Indefinite- ly. widow of The twentymlllion-dolU- r Senator Hearst, of California, denies tho statement that she in to mnrry Senator Faulkner, of West Vn., nnd she ought to know. SayB she, "How such a story could havo originated passes my comprehension, as I never even met tho Sun ator. You may say further that 1 do uot propoBu to marry any man. When 1 see audi stories us this given wide circulation, I wish I was n man, for I would take effective means to pauish tho follows who give t.iem circulation." - Mr. Felix Fox, who has been livinec in Kansas City for a number of years, nnte-upti- al the legislature; Gov. ltrown nent to tho Senate the following nominations to comprise tho Messrs. 15. Statu Hoard of lvqualization: II. Vansant, of Klllott county; J. S. 1'helpi, of Fayette; Jtneph S. Murmy, f Jetferson, and Kdward Starts, of Fulton. Keprcecntntivo Charlton, of louis-ville- , made an offensive remark to Hen resontativo Italloy, of Carroll, in tho llounu and in a twinkling they were out in the rotunda shedding their coats for a rough and tumble light. Friend, inter fered, however, nnd peace was patched up. Tho Galloway bill, to go to tho limit of tho constitution and have seven judges at once to hold ofllce eight yearn, divide tho State Into that many districts and puts us in the Titli su follows; Henry, Trimble, Carroll, Gallatin, Owen, Scott, Franklin, Ilourbon, Fayette, Anderson, Woodford, Garrard, lloylo, Jessamine, Madison, Mercer, Lincoln, Pulaski and Rockcastle. This would make the district strongly democratic. Tho old Howlett House, located on the soul!, bank of James river, opposite Dutch Gp, Vn., lamous in war annals, has been burned. -- Frauk Hush, a brakeman on the Queen nnd Crescent road, whs crushed to death at Williamstown while attempt ing to couple cars. Tho Capital National Hank, of Lincoln, Nob., hat failed and tho Statu treasurer is caught for fJoO.OOO. Tho total deposits amount to about to frt'Jo.OOO anil the failure is said to bo a bad ono. Tho Philadelphia Times saya: "One of the disadvantages of sleighing is that tho hands must bo held out in tho cold to drive." Only ono hand is held out in tho cold to drive, the other is much bet ter employed. At Chicago railroad crossings last year 320 peoplo were killed. Tho number who met death nt th hands of the thitfTinnd highwaymen who infest Chicago thoroughfares after tho sun HCtH has not yet been divulged. Albert Schilling, a Richmond merchant, went to tho county clerk's ofll.e and had nn oath recorded to tho effect that for one year ho would not sell gooils loan monoy or take a except for Intoxicating liquors. drink of A Now York bIioo dealer lias received an order for a mammoth pair of shoes from a colored preacher in Georgia. Tho shoes are 21 inches in length nnd 7J inches in width. The measurement over and around tho instep is 10J inches. Senator Perkins has given up thu contest for return to tho Senate from Kansas and a number of now candidates are in tho Held. Tho deadlock in the legislature remains unchang.nl, but it is believed tho populists will surrender if tho caurtfl decide against them may conclude to again practice law in Danville. Milton King, an elderly colored man, and until recently a citizen of DanvllI", died in a Louisville hospital last week of asthma nnd other complications. Michael O'Kecfo, a hrotherdn-laof Shoemaker John Tracy, and himself of that craft, died Thursday night, after n long illness. Ho had been blind for several years. Tho residenco of Monroe Hickman, n colored man, at thu edge of town on the Stanford pike, accidentally burned Friday. Owing to tho cold weather tho lire company could not get to work in timo to do much good. Win. Miller, on trial for tho murder of Sam McKce, was Friday convicted of manslaughter and given four years in tho penitentiary. A now trial will prob ably be asked for; if not granted the case will go to tho Court of Appeals. As this letter closes at 12 M. Monday counsel are addressing tho jury in tho caso of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Georgo Word, accused of complicity in thu killing of Georgo Wells, at June tiou City, in February, 18JH. No ono of course knows what thu jury may do, but a number of lawyers havo expressed tho opinion that in case of a conviction there will be another reversal by tho Court of Appeals, because of certain evidenco heard by the jury and of certain nrgu nieiits made by lawyers for the proecu tiou. H. A. Milton, who under tho name of I). II. Preble obtained 25 from the Farmers National Hank last week by means of a forged telegram, will probably be taken back to Jackson, Michigan, Tuesday, a it has been ascertained that he escaped from the penitentiary there on the lth of this month. In his valise were found fetters from his wife and poorol mother, which showed them to be people of intelligence nnd maybo of standing. Milton is probably onu of those reckless characters who, when out of monoy, will do desperate acts to ro supply themselves. Ho does not look like a regular thief. One day last week a young woman giving tho name of 1'muia Craig was bo foro thu police court on account of a quarrel she bed had with another wo man of her class, both being prostitutes. She was neatly dr"Bcd, pretty and possessed of manners which showed that sho hail been reared a lady. It came nut in tho trial that sho had been living her present life about four years; that sho was a native of Garrard county and had once, for ten months, been a pupil of ono of tho Danille female colleges. Knima Craig, sho said, was not her true name. Sho had been n Danville but n short tiuiH nnd was nlieltered by n negro wo man, no white person's housu being and open to tier. Sho was lined not having tho money to pay, was sent to work housu where nho remained until after dark tho same day; then somo of her friends, male and female, raised money enough to pay her fine and sho was relented. A few years ago n number of good peoplo of Danville attempted tho reclamation of several such women and in some tunes succeeded. Would the time be idly spent to make a like effort in behalf of this poor creature? There is nothing in her appearance or manners to indicate unmistakably what sho is. Will she ho given n clianco to do better? 1 $21.-10- , Tho doctors say tho health of our community is generally good. Dr. B. P. hstes is very low and not expected to live. Miss Kva Reynolds gave a delightful supper last Tuesday night ton few of bur friends, which was highly enjoyed by all present. Ico hunters prouounce it 12 inches thick on Green River. All of the icehouses are being filled and some of the barns in McKinney. J. O. Shields, of Lexington,was in town a few days ago on very important business, and Clay Hunt, from Pearson tfc Clark, was on our streets Friday. Six of the members of McKinney Lodge, No. 5:11, F. & A. M., F. M. Ware, W. M., E. J. Tanner, S. W.; J. K. Carson, J. W.; E. O. Singleton, S. D.; W. 11. Davidson, P. M , attended tho Masonic lectures at Harrodsburg last week. The boy imuim back smiling as if they had met num kinsfolk. Mrs. Dr. Ed M. listes in iniung bur parents s nt Crab Orchard. J. V. and J. A. gone South with stock. Ed have Paul, our tombstone man, has gono to Tennessee for a few days' stay. A very pitiful object was heen at thu Commercial Hotel a few nights ago, A negro tramp camo in that proved to be a perfect mute, uneducited, frozen so bad ly that his feet had burst. Unable to write, lie had no paper.) to tell who he was, or where ho camo from, or where ho wanted to go. Tho proprietor not knowing how to proceed, went for P. M. Davidson mid Dr. Ed M. Estcs, who responded to his call. Thu doctor exam ined him and dressed his feet. David son searched him for papers and Amea and Carson, thu proprietor put him to bed. On his person was found a Water-burwatch, a knife, two copper cents and a shaving check. A pair of socks and sandals weru provided fur him, and a good bed to sleep on, with a guard to watch him through tin- night. Next morning he was fed all ho could eat ami with his pockets tilled, he started north. His face wen scarred anil also several scars on tils hand. to-wi- t: Giv-en- y - l k Hay den Statiuu. Mr. Took Hubble was kicked'by a jack ho was feeding nnd had his leg bro jj-i- ; ken. R. E. Gaines bought of Dudderar tiros, lo bushels of nice clean clover seed at i per bushel. W. M. Dudderar, proprietor of the Dix River Roller Mill, has ordered a which will bu in operation by thu first of thu week. Mr. G. T. McRobeits and granddaughter, Miss Bettio Henderson, of Lowell, has been visiting in this neighborhood. Ren and Will Gaines havo re. turned from Shelby ville. Mr. Copo Johnson came near being burned out Friday night, when it was discovered that thu lire was uuder headway in thu room above. Mr. Johnson has possession of his farm, Mr. J. M. Deazlcy, on Logan's Creek. S. K. Dudderar purchased of E. O. Fretwell, of the Bourbon Stock Farm, at Paris, a very desirablo and well developed stallion, Job Stuart 501, sire of Kitty Pfttcheu, 2:211, Darkness, 2:21 J, Outcroifl, 2:S0, by Mumbrino Patchen, 1st dam Puss Prall, dam of three in thu list and live producing sons by Mark Time. Mr. S. K. Dudderar was in the K. C. wreck lost week. He was whirled thro' a window, but escaped ecrious injury. We regret to learn that Mr. G. C. Givens will remove to Bourbon. Miss Hattio Housu entertained quite u number of her friends Thursday evening in honor of Miss Ella Wright, of Stanford, and all had a good time. corn-crush- Rev. A. V. Sizemore went to Somerset yesterday, where he will hold n cou plo of weeks' meeting. Rev. Dr. J. W. M. Williams has been 42 years continuously in his personal charge as pastor of the first Baptist church, Baltimore, The gospel barge, which Bishop Walker, of North Dakota, iB to uso on Hie Upper Missouri, is nearly ready to be launched. It has been named "Tho Missouri Missioner." Prof. Milton Elliott, of Kirksville, Madison county, has been engaged by the Christian church at this place, to preach tho first and third Sundays of each month. London Echo. It is said that Sam fr'ninll bos given up evangelistic work nnd resumed bio old position on the Atlanta Constitution. It is mightv hard to wash printer's ink oir one's hands, after it once gets hard and Ret. Rov. W. E. Arnold didn't hold at his church Sunday night, but went to henr Rev. W. A. Slaymakor at tho Presbyterian church. He requested his congregation to attend also, as ho pieacher thought such courtesy due j ust como among us. Tho Hopkinsvillo Independent says the recent Sam Jones meeting nt that place has resulted in 200 additions to tho churches of tho town. Tho Btptiste, with Rev. John O. Rust, nnd tho Presbyterians, with a distinguished revivalist, are following the meeting up and each church is reaping a harvest of souls, Two women and one man were bap tized in Sugar Creek, near Tiffin, O., last week. The thermometer registered 14 below zero and ico 14 inches thick had to bo cut to cet to tho water, which had to be agitated during the ceremony with hand rakes to prevent it freezing over between immersions. This way of takin up the Cross is a little too tough for en no people, who cannot believe God requires from His followers the suffering that Huch a douse implies. The Chesney, Ind., Sun Bays: The' pro! meted meeting at thu Presbyterian church closed last Sunday night. There wero 10 accessions to tho church, backsliding christians wero strengthened in tho good cause and tho eyes of many have been opened to the true light by Uncle Joe Hopper's patient pleading to come to Jesus. Wo believe evil doing lias had a decided backset in town by this revival. Uncle Joe began a series of meetings at tho Presbyterian churth at Midway Monday night. Go hear him. - -- A Full Line of- - ARIZONA COOKING STOVES Every one guaranteed, - Extras always in stock. HEATING- STOVES NOW AT COST. Can get repairs for any stove made. W. H. WEAREN & CO. 1 5t ser-yic- Home At Last. I have bought of Dr. Vanarsdalc his stock of goods which are nearly all new and bought at very low figures. I will occupy the same stand and ask a continuance of the favors shown when in this business before and on the same plan. Prompt paying customers will have the usual time extended them, and ? Cash Buyers Will G i the Benefit OF THEIR MONEY. Mr. T. JM. White will have the store in front of the Coffey House in charge and I have instructed him to close them out REGARDLESS OF COST. You can get goods in Clothing, Uoots, Shoes and Hats lower than ever. Merchants in town and country need not go to the city for goods while this stock lasts. ill $ A W, H. HIGGINS. NEW DRUG STORE. Having- lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just at old stand with - i w -- ft THE OLD HOMESTEAD. ch. Ah, licre it it, the dear old place ' Unchanged through nil these years, How like tome iwccc familiar faco My childhood's home appears. The crand old trees behind the door Sull sptead their blanches wide; The rircrt wander at of yore, Willi tuectly running tide; The distant hills looL green and gray, The flswcri arc blooming wild, And everything luoVs glad As when I was a child. y Remember that Alfred Kelcy is diWhat (hough tho minbcams fall as lair, rect from his enormous Now York City What though the budding flowers Still shed their Irflgranco on the air success nt tho Now Park Theatre in his Within life's golden hours; now screamer, Widow Murphy's Goat, l'ho loving ones that cluttered here management of Col. Theodoro under tho Thcsfl walls may not restore; Hoppenheimor, and will appear nt Voices that filled my youthful ear Wilt Erect my soul no more. Opera House, Wednesday night, And yet I quit the dear old place 23th. This comedy consists of new nnd With slow and lintreiing tread, original songs and new streaks of fun. face As when we km n ono year London's greatest success plays And lcuie it with the dead. (Printed In loving memory of a desuted and true at tho Grand Opera House, Chicago, during the World'fl Fair. Dancing, Hinging wife, from her own selections,) nnd laughter galoro. And it won't como Thu Kellogg powder works, near our way again for two years. Can you Huntington, W. Ya exploded some miss it? moro Sunday, thu loss boing estimated ...- . Six explosions have taken n at $10,000. Ledger has n Tho Now York who wooed a placo within IS months, causing a loss of story of a hero heroine because ho fell in love with tho seven lifts, and litigation is pending which, if put through, will remove tho way sho made his shirts. This is the tale ever exposed to public establishment on the score of being a longest ehirt nuisance. Times. Wal-'ton's Regardless how tho )ur have flown. Hall wondering Inland; no fond, endearing tone, I clatp no friendly hand; I think my mother's smile to meet, I list my father's call, I pause to hear ny brother's feet Come bounding through the hall ; lint nilonco all around mo reigns, A chill creeps through my heart, No truce f tlnxe lovu remnin, And tears unbidden start. 1 1 clay-col- d three-colum- viow.-Glae- gow Better Than a Ktfco, can Americans travel on tho F. F. V. (Fast Flying Vir-gi- ni an). Xo train in Europe or America is J equal to tho F. F. V. in the And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery completeness of its appointments. Tho and everything to be found in a first-clasdrug store- - I shall be pleasroad embraces every luxury and comed to see all my old custmers and as many new ones as will favor me, fort and may well be held up as a modAssuring them el for the world. It is the only train lighted throughout with electricity, heated with steam and carrying n dining-ca- r service in the body of tho train from Cincinnati to New York via Washington, Baltimore and PhiladelNew Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. phia. The entire train was built by tho Pullman Co. without regud to cost. The road-be- d of the Chesapeake & Ohio's Railway is tho finest in America, being laid with tho heaviest steel tails, ballasted with etone. Trains run under the lilock system. Tho entire line is fitted out with tho latest interlocking system of switches, while improved curved brae es nru used from one end to the other. Tho scenery is grand and varying, the Our Carpets for the route being along the banks of the Ohio nnd Kanawha, through tho canons of tho New River, along tho Greenbrier, over the Alleghanies and Blue Ridge Mountains and through tho Shenadoah Valley and Virginia battleDEATH'S DOINGST' Are- No extra charge is made on the fields. Mrs. N. Bedford Forrest, wifejaf tho F. F. V. which affords tho most delightlato Gen. Forrest, died Sunday in Memful scrvico from the South to Washingphis. ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Rutherford B. Hayes' grave has York, via either Louisville, Lexingtou or a part of that peaceful cemetry Cincinnati. scene, where ho rests beside the body of Tho February number of Fetter's his beloved Lucy underneath tho enow. Death ovens up all things and condoues Southern Magazine (Fetter & Shober, And wo are some all thiiius. Peace to thu departed. Lou- Louisville, Ky.), commences the second volume of this excellent publication, isville Times. Mr. S. G.Tyler, of Louisville, died which has improved with each succeedsuddenly nt an early hour Sunday morn- ing number until it has in point of merit ing. Ho married tho widow of Mr. Jas. and excellent mechanical construction Also a New Line Rugs.l Hull'man, of this place, whodo maiden eclipsed anything of a similar naturo which has ever appeared in the "South, name was Miss Jennio Poe. Mr. Tyler was an excellent christian gentleman, and and vies with any mag.uiue now pub.auuiauy friends here sympathize with the lished. As a stimulant to Southern good hus- thors the publishers announce n special bereaved in thu loss of such u prize of ?30 for tho best story of fiction band. .This space will be occupied by Win. Waddle, father of O. H. Wad- sent in on or before March 1st, which is the firt of a series of prizes to be olfered dle, Esq., of Somerset, died Friday, aged 70. He had been a magistrate of tlto the coming year. county for 20 years and was widely It appears from official reports that j 'J11.L "i known among all classes for his square tho Mason-FoarCompany have, in tho and honorable decisions on the bench, last 11 years, paid to tlio State over 0 not one of his cases having ever been renet on their penitentiary lease. This 1S93, who hereby extends hisjthanks to the versed by a higher court; and it was his is an unprecedented record for tho les wont to boost that ho never taxed a sees of tho penitentiary. With such a widow the costs in a suit, i He leaves 13 record it would seem that tho Sinking of the 1 children born to him. . l&i Fund Commissioners might scttlo with amicably. Why can not tho Sink In a lecture before the Nineteenth thorn ing Fund Commipsionera meet and try Century Club Rev. Joseph C. Price, of For their liberal patronage in the past, and wishes to say to them Louisville Commercial. Livinraton College, showed that tho ne it? TIih coal miners in Ohio. Indiana that on and after January 1st he will sell goods for CASH only and groes of this country are worth $29 1,000, and parts of Kentucky are striking and will defy the competition of any one. usually carrying tueir point. 000. NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS s father-in-law- 's Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. W. B. MoBOBEETS, DO YOU NEED A CARPET? SPRING : SEASON bu-co- AMMVITO& showing of T1 ILDAKXY m BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS. gioiviGiMAKrci'ii: & mm d I JajMLKS -- i $;500,-00- "In FiYE 1 Good People ofHuston ville r mmftfrMM) r;r K ; At Morton Gan, Samuel Davis shot iiutim against the adoption of tho crinoline ab- and killed William Webb in a quarrel surdity proposed by the fashion mak- over a woman Senators, after One of tho ers nnd over S,000 women havo joined Stanford, Ky., January 24, 1H93 M. Stantiard's sliirt league. a careful canvass of tho Sonnte, claims Q ietn Victor! i was appealed to for an that t'uu bill repealing the Sherman sil esurefwion on tho subject, but she, as ver law will pass, with five votes to did the Prince of Wales, decliued to spare. commit herslf. The older of our ladies Kato Hoick confessed to having were thrown her baby out of tho window into will remember when OX all tho gi. They made a women look tho snow, at Newport, whero it froze to like an inverted balloon and had tho ef death. Tho inhuman mother has been 3TRX3DA."3r. fect of keeping tho man at a respectiblo arrested. , distance. This extreme was followed by John Johuson, tho crack bicjolo ridIt is sent out from Frankfort that as tho other cstremu tho r drees, er of Minnesota, broke the world's many as four of Judge Lindsay's adher- which in many ruses was so tightly pinskatinir record in the first trial, go J ents have deserted him and gone over to ned hick that thi wearer could not ing a mile in 2:45 3 5, tho former record tho McCreary camp. Senator Caldwell. take a full step. Of the two, give ua tho being 2:50. too who represents Taylor, Marion and latter, and let us have an m Robert George, a nephew of tho U. Washington, called meeting at ZV societv in Stanford. S. Senator of Mississippi, after wounding 7 7 tv-- nttf 7. J .. to pet on expression of the will J .. .1 Capt. Prince, of Ittabena, because ho re- w,vv3, im,iv o ivLoivuuisUucrsnoros Wkst Yikmixia is small and poor, but fused to let him marry his daughter, killof the people, and Gov. McCreary was found to lend two to one. Ho lias ac- she is managed by democrats and is con- ed himself. cordingly come out enthusiastically for sequently in tino financial shape. She W. F. Gray, managing editor of a the gentleman from the 8th district. An has no debt at nil, counts half a million Meridian. Miss, daily paper, was coneffort by the Lindsay men to force a dollars in her treasury and is going to victed of forgery at Dallas, Tex., and his siijually filled, thus reduco hbr tax rate from 23 to 20c. The caucus for punishment fixed at two yara in tho securing firet blood for McCreary, who Louisville Times in referring to the mat penitentiary. So. doesn't want it held till next week. A ter recalls the words of a distinguished The river convention at Frankfort conservative estimate of the strength of gentleman who, when tho State was cut decided to push tho claims of Kentucky the three candidates is given at presents from Virginia during the war, Icalled it river for $1,000,000; Big Sandy .'or $500,-00- 0 thus: Lindsay, 41; McCreary, 3o; Stone, "the bastard child of a political rape." and Green and Barren rivers for a 23. Conceived in sin and born in iniquity, similar amount. The silliest of all appeals to prejudice West Virginia has risen often to nurse The body of John Cunningham, a wool is that against the corporations, but the its progenitors, who cannot with coaxing, machinest, was found about eight miles money or other efforts disunite her from present Legislature is from Morganfield, in a corn field, whero or nothing. It therefore seems anom- her democratic idol. Her largely in- he had frozen to death while in a stupor alous that it should bo even intimated creased vote for Cleveland shows that caused by drink. that Judge Lindsay, a railroad lawyer sno takes less ami less Block in tlie g. o Long Island Sond is frozen three and a corporation defender generally, p. that gave her birth. miles and over out from the shore, somewill bo elected by such a body to repreTub president has appointed Elijah thing which has not happened but once sent tho State in tho U. 8. Senate. Judge W. Halford, the bloody littlo English- or twice before in the memory of the oldCOST. Lindsay is a good man, however, and man, who has boon acting as his private est inhabitant along tho coast. may lead in votes at present, but the secretary, to bo paymaster Senator Kenna left a widow and six iu the army. Legislature cannot honor him without The position continues till the holder is children in comparative poverty and falsifying its own record. It will hardly delegation in Con 04 years ot age, at which time lie is re- tho West Vircinia do this. Consequently wo Banguinely tired on will see that she gets tho Charles half pay. The salary is $2,500 n gress predict the triumphant electiou of Gov. year, with perquisites that bring it $1,000 ton postotlice, which pays $2,400 a year. McCreary, by far tho best equipped man Tho ice gorge in tho Ohio broke n t or more above that figure. What Ligo for the position. Belmont aud the jam sent tho governhas done to deserve such honor aud Kirus to tho bottom, with The rice crop of the U. S. ia report Tub women,, God ble8theni,aro God's emoluments is more than any man but ment eteamer deck hands, who were negro cd at 155,503,000 pounds. last and best gift to man and in their Harrison can find out, and this ought to three drowned. Tho vessel was valued at ?50,- John Snootiamoro fold to John M, But be the G. A. R.'a night to howl. sphere are a joy forever to him. 000. Hill a pair of extra ood mure mules for J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. politics is not their sphere, as tho results The population n( London now ex. $270. Tub Louisvillw Critic has an amusing in Wyomiug, .whero they aro fully enCirtoon showing the desperate attempt ceeds that of New York, Brooklyn, PhilSpencer Hubble sold to Johnson, of 189.1- franchised, attest. Their influence in it of Gov. Brown to reach tho Senate aud adelphia aud Chicago combined and Bovle. a bunch of 1.100 pound cittle at is anything but elevating and their parFullcorpi.fC ..- -, .ryinlNo ml S Wt le iirl "ijicf.jr these four are the only American cities his terrific fall on Mitch Altord and Senurtt iu Literal (,, M. and An. Kicelirnt liOaHlnj dcUitent t Catalog t ticipation lower their own mJ r u!ar fiirnlilir-lninhabiniilicitHti ator Smith, each of whom would have having one million or more Two good milk cows. Foil S.u.K. and tho respect of the other eex for profited by his prom ition. Both of tho tants. Will soil cheap. Apply to Jell' Jones, them. The article below points tho morTho steamer Li Champagne, which Stanford. little men are ground to powder, while al, if it does not adorn the tale: "The 0 ), Mr. Watterson stands oil" and wonders left New York Saturday, carried Wanted. A reliable party to take Democratic Woman's Cluo, of Itock in gold, bound for Havre. Exports 120 owes on shares. Call at once. Wil heavouq have fillen. if tho Springs, Wyo , has endorsed tho candiof specie from New '"i ork during the liam Moreland, Stanford. Dcnkr In- dacy of Richard A. Keenan, a saloonIs there any reason why harassed week amounted to $4,700,030, of which J. B. Fcoter bought of Dan Stagj.--, States Senator-shi- should be spelled with one "r" and emkeeper, for tho United 1,430,400 was go'd. Jr., IScwes at $4 50 and sold to Sam Harbecause he is so 'handsome and barrassed with two, except to harass and The story of tho rise and fall of the ris a steer at 2f. capti vating.'" aud embarrass thoso who cannot re- "boom" is well told by the figures showTho State report of the 2orth Dakomember which ought to industries start-of -- AmiIt is stated that Mr. Cleveland told a "r" and which oughtn't? have the extra ing the number in newseries of years e ta wheat crop gives a yield of 35,S2i5,(lO0, Our esteemed a I in tho South Virginia delegation, which waited on an average of 12.0 bushels per acre. him to secure a promieo of the appoint- contemporary, the Louisville Commer- 1SSW, 5,135; 1S00, 3.917; 1S91, 3,211; 1S92, l . i . urreii uuunuw ui 1.1... ...ui. cial, which gets them mixed, will please 2.6SS Aud yet the South is fairly pros- I land lb shoats. averaging 05 pounds, A ment of a former democratic perous. that he had determined as far as practi- stand up aud answer. and two sows ami pigs for f 35. John Armstrong Chanler, husband 5Jc This cal to give the olllces to new men. I have for sale 700 bales of liny, also EoiToa James M. Uiciiaiuhov, of the of Amelie Rives, was one of tho leaders will be bad news to the old Glasgow Times, is said to bi an ippli-ca- of a party of citizens at Charlottesville, 200 barrels of good white corn. Will dowho seem to think they havo vested for tho collectorship in tho 2d dis- W. Va.. who tarred, feathered and ran liver hay on cars at COo per 100 pounds. rights to their old positions, hut the John Buchanan, Crab Orchard. trict and if tho solid endorsement of his out of the neighborhood an alleged president-elec- t is right. Let us havo a J. II. Boono sold to M. F. Elkin a lot editorial friends will secure the position, English man of good who posed na new deal all around, so that as many as bis ambition will of hogs weighing 375 pounds at 0 cents be gratitied; though all fitnily. possible can enjoy the pio soon to bo cut would dislike to see him leave, even for in the United and a lot of butcher btull at 2jc. He Over 0,000 wotni-and parcelled out. a time, the profession 'or which he is so States act as Tho largest sold to J. E. Lynn a lot of sows and shoats at 7c. well qualified. numbei in any State, 403, is in PennsylArrBlt siguing the World's Fair bill, Mattingly & Saunders Bros, bought urn Gov. Brown appointed the old commisThe New York Sun is publishing let- vania, and 400 in Virginia. There of mules a 21.5 in New York, 210 in of Clem Himilton a carload 250 in Ohio, sioners, save Mr. Young E. Allison, who ters from "Tilden democrats" condemnSI 12, 15 from Tom Simms at $100 and S declined to servo longer, and Represen- ing Mr. Cleveland for attending Mr. Georgia, 210 iu Toxai and 200 in Ken of Mattinidv it Simun at f 115. Mr. Ham tative James, of Muhlenberg, was ap- Hayes' funeral, but sensible people will tucky. Alaska has only 1. d at $100 to 5112 considering ilton bought a It is an interesting; fact, pointed in his stead. This necessitates applaud him for his commendable acof tho Smiths, and shipped them to Atlanta. an election to fill the vacancy in the tion. The Sun's hostility to the preside- the numerical strength M. J. Farris has sold a half interest a piesideut of House caused by Dr. Jnnies' resignation nt-elect will make itdoauythiug, even that there has never been a Senator of the United in 420 head of cattle and 40 head of liors-e- c for Feb. 4. It to "faking" letters, to carry a point. and it has been fixed that name or and mules to A G.Whitley and ban States since 1S57. Tho Springfield Resoems that the governor might have Mitch Alford will not be governor publican rightly thinks that this last rented to the una, Farris k Whitley, his found a man whose appointment would not have caused such additional expense this time, nor s'mother time, the advo named fact lends iuterest in tho Senato- largo farm on the Perryville pike for the . bill unite in rial candidacy of James Smith, Jr., of year 1S93. The amount involved is $!, cates of tho whipping-pos- t to the State. 000. Advocate. wishing. Newark, N. J. Tiik Cincinnati Commercial Gazette Democrat says The llarrodsbtir In round figures the war cost the r . ftLr....l....t i NEWSY NOTES. .! Watch this space next week. It belongs'to riaea iu reiuuiK uuu imjuiie; auuiuuhv i that Curry Jc Run sold to Gentry Bros. North $G,500,000,000. Tho North politicians are in a wrangle over Car-high at $133 mid to J. soldiers. The South enlisted 10 mules 10 hands Edward Fitzsimmons, a Chicago coin STEI'IIKNS & KNOX, the ciiterprkiiig Row-lan- d Halo's successor in the U. S. Senate. Why collector, paid $1,1100 for an 1801 silver about 1,200,000. Tho North lost 100,000 S. Robinson 15 cotton colts at $37.50. Mr. Mr. Henry Watnot compromise ou merchants, who will tell you something dollar, only four or five of which are killed in battle or diod of wounds, and Robinson hold 10 do. ot $15. N. S. Van- terson?" There aro two good rea- known to ba in existence. olds at $07 50, Abe died from diseaso, mainly arsdall sold 15 200,000 who to your interest. sons. In the first place,he could not be When men freeza to death in South from their own neglect. What the South Kirby 25 at same price and J. B. Vando- elected as a corn promise or inotber way vicr 20 at $70. Curry iv Run also sold to Texas, it is little wonder that the num- lost has not been estimated probably and in the aecowA, he says he wouldn't ber of people who believe iu the exist- as many as the North. at 'MM. a Tennesrco party 21 3 year-old- s accept the office if teudered to him on a hell-firof the Boston Transcript is decreasing. ence of The action The combination sain of Bright & silver salver. All the same, though, ho At Pittsburg, HughF. Dempsey, dis- in volunteering to pay, for an indefinite Fox, owing to the bad weather, was a is Kentucky's biggest and brainiest cititrict master, workman of the Knights of period, to tlie Wliiowm inu reporter who comparative failure. On tho lastday Silas zen. Labor, was found guilty of admisisteriug was killed while on duty at a recent fire, Sandidge bought Lincoln, saddle stallion Another man has dropped out of tho psison to thej Homestead workmen the salarv ho was earning at the time of by On Time, for $301; Josh Jones bought Senatorial contest. Gov. Brown recogFifteen firemen were buried under his death, is commendable on the part tho jack Cleaver Boy for $150; I. S. Tevis nizing the fact that lib OTed the people a falling wall at a New York warehouse of a great nowspapar, and will do as Emperor 27, for 51,010 aud, Kubanks something for electing him governor and Four were taken out alive and will prob-- i much to add to the loyalty ol tho men of Bros., Curd, for $100. The Advocate ... - ..l,.n ll.nl .m.at.t I...-.- . perhaps seeing that there was no chance ably die and the others were mangled. ibb mnw cinuu nave says the average of tho 13 jacks was ItH Stall 11S aiiyimilg for him to he elected Senator, lias withCapt. James II. Pine, a prominent been done. Newspaper reporters are I10S.50 and that the whole tale amountdrawn, leaving only Gov. McCreary, citizen of Harper's Ferry, has been sen- appiecialive of appreciation and never ed to S13.102. CANJudge Lindeay and Congressman Stoue tenced to the penitentiary for attempt- forsret it. ' in the ring, with the likelihood tli.it the ing to blacken a young lady's characAt Aberdeen, Mins., on the 20th, the 1"( .IAKE THE latter will drop out before the bell taps, ter. thermometer registered 5 degrees leaving the coutest between the invinciGen. Robert 11 Lee'B biithday was low zero the coldest weather experi-- t ble McCreary and tho doubtful Lind-pa- y. observed in numerous Southern cities ' enced there in many years. I he ground ONll. L . I" mtura ui Friday. The day bus been made a State Was COVCreil f Willi o u 1A .....!i..n 'if suun, AtStarkville, Miss., tho mercury wont An eflort is being made to produce tho holiday in Georgia and was honored by the Virginia Society in At- to niue degrees above zero tho coldtst "gV) tOUISVlltt NlMAUMkY CHlCASOjJjf impression that Gov. McCreary was an lanta. weather for ten years. Tho fields had man. Nothing could bo Tho Senatorial deadlock in Montana upon them six inches of suow. A din- - THE POPULAR AND DIRECT Scissors, further from the truth. Some time Jaiitcher Knives, Knives and Forks for Children, Nut Crack tbo convention the governor had is as far from a break as ever, and it is patch from Charleston, a. C, fctatcs tliat LINE TO ers and Picks, J&c. occasion to send us a letter on other not unlikely from present Judications the cold weather bus caused great suffermatters, iu which he expressed himself that it will last for two weeks yet. Pop- ing among the negro population. One Full Stock of GROCERIES, all Fresh and Prices Low reof Course personally very warm for Mr. Cleveland, ulists aro still voting with the democrats, man was frozen to death, tho first 00 but the republicans have a hope of event- corded event of the kind known in who, he was sure, would be nominated A. C. SINK years. J. N.MENKFM and elected if tho Now York democrats ually capturing them. At Alton Junction, III., the Southcould bo gotten together, aud ho believFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. western Limited of tho C., 0., C. A St. L. ed it Would bo done. ran into seven leaded oil cars on a side W. A. Hail sold to Johnson 0 shoatj Therk is no man in Kentucky better track. Tho wreck took firo and an ex- for $20. Beazley Bros, told to G. A. Peyton n fitted for senatorial honors than G v. plosion scattered tho burning oil over is capable, conservative passengers ami scores of olhurs who had milk cow for 525. .McCreary. Ho Viitori, rcrcumljcr llin Motion it the line, with I'aljce Chair VctlLiuUJ Trains, efficient and untiring and would make cotno to see the wreck. 17 persons J. T. Hacker sold to Jerry Briscoe 10 Cars, l'ullman llurTet Dining Cars, Sletrwrs, at lost rate, rnoinbei' of tho Senate. The were roasted to death, 17 others proba- S5 pound shoats at Ou. an ideal For Information addmt Eubanks Bros, sold to Holdam fc Legislature would honor itself by giving bly fatally burned and 50 or more painIAS. I1ARKFR, C. P. A.. CMci:o. v U. CRUSH, I). J. A., Ltuiivilli Oflicc fully ucorched. hlra the office on tho first ballot. MeClurti 10 shoats at tie. 1 m t iJiKiti; is n regular i.. ituiup : .i t.-i- V. anti-silve- r anti-hoo- p W. F. WALTON. : THAT CLEARANCE IS STILL AT THE SAM PAGES. hoop-skirt- s EVERY pin-bac- a.tia-tuu- vr 3Ui;einnLi at io, .. lFfljntTO&TGt fJL XJJlXJZ i anti-crinolin- e Don't pub it off wooujianncLs him Camp-bellsvil- le long as the special things wont last ncli longer. All and no oents; men's wool red ill annels shirts only 50 aocosc. Gent's fine shoe $1; custom made. $1.50; fine calf shoe $2. 75, hand madt shoe Shoes : w CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Men's brown cheviot suit $.50, men's all : suit $7. OVERCOATS AT PRIME : COST. AT Knee pants, 25 cents, men's working pants. $1. BRUSSELS aiftPJi;TS THE LOUISVILLE STORE, Spring Session Tuesday, Stanford, Ky. .'. IfAYS, Manager. Stanford Female College. January 2.th, n . self-respec- 100,-00- :R,- - ZI3VC3VCER, p, 1,000-poun- d Fancy Groceries, Fruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand post-mas- ter office-holde- rs - nt im-post- n post-master- s. v car-loa- U A I ! enlist-3,000,00- 0 1 A e L-L . J .!. NIcKINNEY BROS. --- .... SAVE YOU MONEY Pockets Table Cutlery. & Garvjnji Xefcs, d he-fo- re j.. WBrOTW3IIJST0 WORLD'S FAIR SINE MENEFEE, Proprietors & of The STANFORD LUMBER YARD, and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, L- 7a K. J, M.i'.y-- i. WW .JJfW'WIiy Pay your tuition now. IJJHII.11UIII ijPiMHllLlHnfc ?0 Foit the last threo dayi the weather Old man Turner, who InteriorJournal moved to the Knt Kml of this Ins been such an to make a man glad Kumkmuk.ii M. 1 Klkiu piivn tlio high-es- t county from Bell, waft accldently bhot thnt he is living. An unpredicated market price for furs, uetif hides, Ac, in the leg the othwr duy by n tuphnw cold wuveslippml in on in Thursday Stanford, Ky., Januauy '21,180!) In cash. nnd bled to death before the flow could night, sendiujrthtt mercury down to 5 bslow zero Friday morning, but It began Takk your iik'KH to the Cash Darwin bo stopped. s K.o.WAlTON,BUH.MQnaKer Store nnd mt 150 cents for them. 15. F. Claiik County peojde, who lose $S6 quickly to moderate, till a pretty fair temperature was readied. Saturday the Jonea & Son. 000 by the failure of the thermometer nurked 10, the higlxst it Bank, of D.tlins, Texts, nro talking MEAK8 IU8INESS. Thk Columbian stamps ure n fraud. has been for over a month, nnd Sunday of instituting criminal proceedings Enoravixo beautifully and nrtisticnlly They nro as large as it porous plaster and against the olllcrr. Lincoln county cap and yesterday were hs bright and beautiabout as illshapen nnd ugly. louo At A. 11. l'tmny'H. ful above us it wns sloppy nnd slushy italists are also in the soup to the extent below. Tho backbone of Buy vour books and Hchool mhoIU'H of the longest roil Hunt. A very ilesirnblo room of about S'30,000 stock in tho broken cold spell wo retiiPiubcr seems to be nil kinds from A. It. Tunny, who nulla attached; pleasantly bank. with dressing-rocthorn nt publisher's prices. broken, though this dist atch received IIavk your watch, clock nnd jewoiry located. Call nt this oflice. ' Fnir, Buo. Smith, of tho Mt. Vernon Signal, yesterday i.s not very repaired nt A. It. Penny's. All work a goat says it was in Laurel and not Rockcastle colder Tuesday morning." A dog show Saturday night nnd warranted. night looks like that so many applicants for teRfhera' cerllsMKMiiun thnt nil silverware, watches, exhibition rins, Ac., bought at A. It. Tunny's will Walton's Opern Houao is about to be tificates failed, if our memory serves us bo engraved freo o( charge. turned Into n menagerie. right, the nrticle appeared in the local rtck, w o rsto tier Cittorla. columns of the Signal, where newB of T.hr Ilaby My accounts are ready and due and I PERSONAL POINTS. the couuty is supposed to be found. Look Then riit wn n Child, she criM for Ca&torla. will take it as a favor if those indebted Wlrn kh became Miss, Eho elun to Castor). Mm. J. T. IUv, of ParkavilJe, has boon to me will call onco and files and sen if we are correct. nettle, bs I am at your at When tho had Children, sho c' o them CastorU. visitiiiK Mrs. Susan Ilnrris. " In need of money. H. C. Itupley. Mu. W. II. HkkhnsIh the "tradingest" Du. It. 0. Moikian is conllned to his room with a very deep cold. excur- man in town. Yesterday he bought out Tiik Q A 0. will run n of Dr. J. K. Mh. Willi). Uhkwkh, of Panviile, is sion to Do Leon Springs, Fin. tho grocery business cost and carriage and went to viKUitiR Mr. W. 0. Hutching. Tickets good till May 1. Let's all go nnd NEW AnYF.RTISKltE.NTC. invoicing at once. He will continue the Mits.T. W.Gbeii is back from n month's stay till the weather gets warmer. business there and keep a man at his visit to relatives at UloverporL The weather service prophet nt Louis- other store to close out the clothing and Mita. E, 0. Walton went up to I!ue ville, who, we hope, has honor in his genta' furnishing goods. Dr. VanArs-dal- e tonville yesterday to visit relatives. is at present undecided as to his fuMiss Katk Lamiikaii, of Lancaster, is own country, as well as others, is of the The I'lrtt S'ational Hank of Stanford offers for opinion that tho backbone of winter is ture. ule the guest of Mm. W, C. Hutching. mm Mr. II. W. Lillaiu) was here Saturday broken, and thinks that the periods of Foil boiiio timeW. H. Wearen & Co. A VERY DESIRABLE FARM, a commercial tour of cold weather betweon now and spring have been running a local notice Baying Containing no ACHES OF LAND, lituaicd in on his return from Lincoln county. Ay , t the junction o( the will bo brief. Virginia. they would buy 100,000 dozn eggs at l!7jc and Stanford Turnpike roadf and the Ruth mm Stanmi!e Turnpike, being Mina Bettik Paxto.v went to Jambs II. Ykaoku has bought out Mr. and 100,000 pounds of butter at 'Joe. As ilranch It it bounded onabout east by from Ruth the the ford. yesterday to attend the funeral of I. M. Bruce's interest in tho livery firm the transaction would call for $o'J,500, it Ilranch I'lkeon the west by farm of John Hrlijht; on the north liy the land of Mr. Sutton and on Mr. 8. G. Tyler. , of Bruce it Yeager and the style of the has created much interest in all parts of the south br thn farm of H. S. Withers. Thia large ita ol 6 Mr. and Miu. T. J. Foitkh went over (inn in the future will be Ycager it the State that the I.nteuior Jol'knai, farm has a gcxxl dwelling houserooms,isawell water It ble and a very large corn daughn Jessamine Saturday to visit their Mr. Brttca is undecidod as to what circulates, and we hnvn received Feveral ed and han about 40 acres id wheat. Kull will le given on March 1st, 189 If this farm ter, Mrs. Thotniw Motcnlf. regard to it. A firm at Frank- is not kold privately by he will do, but for the present will at- letters in Mns. II. lM St to Kit, of Crab Orchard, tend to his.exprcs and oil business. lin wroto us Saturday thnt they could 1893, 1 ntered her daughter, Miss Kvn, In Stansupply tho requisite amount of egg and Tin: Richmond Register flippantly dis- butter at once and would ship them it It will bo ottered publicly an J sold on that day at ford Keinnlu College yesterday. door in a o'clock, J. M . before the Dit. J. V. 1'kyton" has moved Into bis poses of u serious matter as follow: The Mr. Wenren said so. Mr. Wearen didn't Manford to the highest bidder Purr will be Tkhsis nice otlice in the new block and is leiuly iden of n railroad from Stanford to D.tn say so, however, unleps the firm would third in cash andhaierb&lance required to pay one in two equal installthe to wait on the eicklv portion of the pub Title to lower freight charges nnd pro take pay In trade, and besides, he ad- ments, due in and a )cn), ulth Interest at 6 per be scured by lien duce competition between the L. i X. vocates in protecting home industries. crnt per annum. NotesS.toHOCKEK, I'rejldent.on lic. land. J. mid Cincinnati Southern is a perfect Lincoln county eggs and butter are good Dit. A.S. TniCB 1h elfgantly fixed up in his now quartern in the Owsley block joke. In 'JO minutes after tho lino was enough for him and his customer!). It THE NATIONAL and better prepared than ever to serve completed the C. S. would have swal- will be observed that lie has taken out of it ami the. L. it X. the that notice. He believes in advertising, f lowed the public. Mime Julia Stacki, of 11 union villi1, other. And faith and begorro! what are but this one paid him too well. and Kate Mays, of Sprinttlleld, who have yees talking about? Tim second meeting of the Glee Club, been the guests of Mrs. T. J. Foster, reA "btudbnt" named Tyler from Nel- which was at the pleasant home of Mies to Ilustonvillt Saturday. turned son county, just entered at the Kueley Ixiuiso Bailey, Friday night, proved fulMn. Ciiah. I). Whiiu is favorably spokCure, Crab Orchard, while laboring unen of as n probable ciindidato for mayor der delirium tremens got nuny at " ly ns enjoyable as the first nnd was atASSOCIATION, nt the coming April election. -- Paris o'clock Saturday morning, whou the tended by the follow imr. Miss Gertrude Howard and Dr. A. S. Price; Miss Anon News. Mr. Webb was a former typo mercury registered below 7.jio and made this paper and made quite a number of his way to Itonlaiiil. Marshal Lee and nie Alcoin nnd P. M. McRuberts; W. B. McKinney nnd MiiM Nan lltuchinan; friends during his stay. Judge Ward Moote captmed and took W. H. Wenren and Mies Kit Biughman; K, Y. KiLf.oiiK, formerly of the Glashim back without trouble, after assuring Miss I,oui8 Tipton nnd Will Severance; gow Timer, but now reformed and makhim that they were taking him home. Miss Oh ia Summers and Will B.iugh-man- ; ing an honest living traveling for the and most Miss Eiiso Whitman nnd Wallace Is the strongest, salcst Tin: Widow Murphy's Goat, which southern ConVo Company, wan hore Fri prosperous institution of the kind day ami made w n pleasant call, in com will bo presented at Walton's Opern Withers; Miss Mary Alcorn and G. A. doing business in the State. Jr , Misa Sue Baughman nnd J. night, 2.tth, by the pany with hi old friend, Hov. W. A. House 11. Baughman. When all had arrived, "davmaker. t dented comedian, Alfred Kehy, and n the names of the ladies were written on John H. Leathers, President, cftincdy-dr.unstrong cast, is purely a CITY AND VICINITY. funny. It is cards, which the gentlemen drov, nnd nnd is said to be oxtrmdy John B. l'irtle, V. President, full of songs, Irish leels, dunces, itc, and each had to hem tli? apron of the gill A. G. Langham, Sec. & Trcas., Sijk Punks, the Jeweler, in the new It is clnimed that there is not a dull mo- w hich luck gave to him. A prize was C. M. Phillips, Gcn'l Manager. block. ment from beginning to end. Secure a offered for tho bast hemmed apron and Coal wise and cjal hotlti ohop at A. .snt nt once nt W. B. Mcltoberts' drui: for tho worst. Will Severance won the STANGORW. first, which was a handsome whisk BOARD A Warren's. store. Admission 'St, 50 nnd 7oc. brush, with celluloid holder, and Jim Yorn account is rrady. Call and setPiini-- . C. Nonius nnd his "Canine ParBaughman the "booby" prize a bag of mean you. A. It. IVnny. tle. adox" mine upon tin unannounced, but marble. Mr. McRoberts made tho pre mm Coi.. T. P. IIiu., President, Wanteh. Hoarders by day or woek. by hard work and numerous street par- sentation speeches in a happy vein and W dood rooms. Mrs. T. M. White. E. C. Walton, V. President, ades with Ids i!0 dogs, he sut the town tho wholo thing proved very amusing to talking and when the curtain nt Wal- and At (ho proper A. C. Sink, Sec. & Treas., Hats, neckties: nnd drets shirts. Full ton's Opera House rosn on his troupe hour n rich repast of cake, cream, fruits, II.' IIklm, J. S. Rice, Agents. there was the largest crowd present nt a salads, crackers, cheeao nnd coti'oo was stock just received. II. J. McUoberls. paid show for live years. The wonder- served nnd greatly enjoyed and nt 1 Opera House. At Wanted. Three shares, of stork in ful intelligence displayed by the dog o'clock the merry paty broke up and First National lUnk. John J. MeKob-eit- nnd their long and patient training was returned to their homes greatly pleased fully demonstrated and many of their with the entertainment nnd tho lovely Hicsr N. O. MnlasscH, Sorghum, Maple feats werejtrnly remarkable. Everybody entertainc. and Cuarnel Syrups at A. A, War- - was pleased and the professor, who is n Betrayed. A few weeks, ago tho clever and straightforward man, reaped a i en's. Jol'iin'al contained this personal: rich harvest of lucre. ".Misses Lillie and Blanche Hickey, of Wk nro making a specialty of Arizona of Georgetown, nre visiting Mis? Emily Al- r)irt from his enormous Now York City success Tint Cincinnati Commercial-Gazettcook stoves. Every one fully w arranted. at the Ntw 1'jrk Tneatrc in his new screamer, Sunday cout.diis a column and n hall exander," which will makn this story takW. II . Wearen A Co. accouut of a very silly esiupado in Lou en from tho Cincinnati Euquirer, someHoun, to the wife of It. 12. Gaines, on isvillenf Ranker J. M. Sharp, of that city, what of local interest: "Knticed away Saturday night, a boy. He has been and Stone Walker, the Richmond bank- - from a good homo with promises of ob- I'lidcr the management of named for his father. or. Tlu-- took n couple of women to tin tabling good positions by n beinij wbo Col. : Theodore ; I loppcnheimer. Crescent Tnrkiabllath-house- , called himself a mun. Then bewildered S. IIockKit otl'ersa splendid farm of J. which in prersiiled over by Kviuij Wat- - by linuor nnd taken to n house of ill 100 acres for sale in another column, ternon, von of the editor. They bad fume. Thai is tho nint of the .stones told New and Original Songs, well improved nnd close to town. who were bribed tho nttendnnt into lotting them by two benutiful youiiK " New Streaks of Fun. rKiifio.se indebted to the dissolved llrm in and when Mr. Wntterrion appeared on last nijsht rescued from Susia Smith's. ere Lillio and of Bruce A Yeager will please settle at tho hcene, nil were ns nude ns .Mother They said their unmes once with me. I can bo found nt all Hve before bint fixed pip that llfi Jenf cos Hlanche Hickey, the dnuiihter and the London's ". ttime. Tho whole kit rushed out Into step daughter of Jnmes II. Hickey, a l'Uyi one je.u nt the (Jr.inil Opera Home times nt tbu stable. T. C. Yeager. the Hiiouy 6treet Jiw they were, to be j blacksmith living nt Georgetown, Ky. Cbica jo, Utmn th WotlJ's Fair. M.miiiiai. Nkwlvnd arrested Jess My- grubbed by a policeman, who took the Lillio is n very pretty blonde, 19 years Dancing, Singing and Laughter ers yesterday, for cutting Simmer Hay-de- men to the lock-unndlnllowed the wo- jld, nnd lUnncbe is n brunette, and said Galore. also colored, w bile in a tight. Trial men to go. The men gave fictitious bIio was not quite- IS years old. The is set for 10 o'clock this morning. The names, putjup money bail and failed to girls said thnt they met a nice young mint cone your way aij.iin in two eari, Aiillt CAN YOU Misi. 11 . wound Is not serious. appear hen their case was called next man in Georgetown, who was a very mm ' pleasant companion, and treated them The report conies from Hustonville day. -- Cnpt. Thomas Itich-- ! very gentlemanly. They became a little Jos. Solomon, who recently set up that n cheap store there, has skipped by the aids has rented ,tho JConunercial Hotel W liesntisllecl with their 'ome becaube A we have rented our farm act! will moe to light of the moon, leaving sundry credit- nnd will soon be ready to uecommodate th(-,-r fall,ur VM not ulm' to b"' tliem Indiana tho first of Feb , e will sell to the Illiors to mourn hn untimely depaituie, thoimbhc. Tlioroidnota better hotel l'"0 lrhscH and give them ns much cit biJJeratour place nuln Irom Hubble, on among whom wo nro one of which. man in tho country than the genial cap money as thoy wanted. Tho girls 26, '93, THURSDAY, m mm M.,eru ri,., ui.nii... 1JA I'lilinillll "olrcd to bo independent and hul for IUIIIi sllUCilirtltlMllll ttl.'lU1a i'.Mn,ii.i '1 he fnllowinc erviial jiroperty. ,t stamlaril-brn- t My hack will meet both of the day Kvans andlKmbrv IJenxley nrti all very borne timo been ilguriug bow they could fillies, gooii ro.iiUlerx, i coml.inHl mare, i will bo hauled to trains and mire by I Ittinui, i brow n sick. The former has been hud un for film their own living, ioe- jouoRiiian ktanuVrd bred harTime, bay mare ao years old, hy In nny portion of town for 10 cents. I will over two months with bladder trouble told them liu couUl get them both lucra nun inliv tieorji Tarkenton, n fuiu t saddle horse, fiinl in Kiy kiallMn, thrre years old, Hired hy CaiabetlA nlso call for p.issengeiK in any part of Misses Alhu and Laura Hubble took tive positions In Ulucinnati tunuing uiu-t- dint hy Ulllmus, i year Tor-an bay taiMIe for tho Saiuu money. Trunks .tddle liortc, une a Samlidne's town holes, with good .wsges and they Fayette ory hue dam lllelle, by hloneiT.II tho train Friday Jfor Lexington, where Chief, Jackmn, to or from depot for 10 cents. thoy will live in the future, very much would not have to work hard. After Jr .sorrel bore, a yiars old hy, llreizo U'llkca, bugy horse, 3 passengers will please leavo or- dam by L'lliMiik, a t;oot, to tho rogret of ttieir Lincoln couuty thinking tho matter over, they decided years ohl, fino saddle colt by In Tiuie, dam by WilLri .Hoy, Jr., rrders at tho Myers House and they will friends. A number of the merchants to leavo homo an tho sly, which they Stoneaii, Jr., ymrliug eoit bygood family "hone, by Ahdsllali Mencnger, be promptly called for. T. W. Green. " have adoptedtho cash system and all did. They wandered through tho city, dam work mule, 4 senrsold, 16 hands high, t good i mule, good drill, good as new, taking in tho sights for some time. Tho new hay rae, a WalterwheatWood mower, a gooda A. Mk. Gub IIokpman, of the Crab Or- say they nro well pleased. Both of the ami harnrss. 7 strong road carts, spring monument llruiHhereIhave closed shops "nice young man' inveigled them into bunnies good surrey, a splendid hog box, 0!ier chard Springs Hotel, gavo a compliment-'arw.icou, Chilled 1'lovr, riding and othnight in honor of the on account of cold weather Tho month- several saloons nnd they drank a num- er farmln.' implements(dour in good order, of Iwes, banquet last Seveu stands of beer and then got light-- h about 1,300 pounds of meat, 50 barrels of corn, ls ofthe planing mil), the stavo ber of glasses of the marriage of Dp ly ic lfiUi anniversary Jersey ended. Ho then showed thorn to Susie stacks of hay, thoroughbred good cow giving butter cow, and Mrs. E. G. Dick. The menu, print- factory and tho two railroads amount to i)$gl. of milk (Mjrilay and a James Hloom, of the Smith's. After they got sobered up thov cow half Jersey, a heifer ed at this otlice, is both handsome nnd over $10,000. good coat llnutehold and kitchen furniture, portion of tho State, h:u open- bgan to realize their positions and told hums ai.d a splendid cook stove, No.3 7, comprehensive. Dr. Dick ia in chnrge southern umsnf $10 and under caMi; over that 1'euus a their Btory to tho landlady, who in turn ed a furniture factory mid is doia ainmint a credit of 4 mouths without interest Neof life Keeley Cure, nt which there nro gotiable iioio payah'o trying to have them- - goo business. Tho brats band, Cipt. called in the oflicers. They wero sent to 'Irusr Co., of Sttiaford, in the Farmers Hank A nnw over 150 men Ky. Richards lender, is making lino prog- tho House of Dotention nnd their fnthor JOK AJ1. SWOPE. selves relieved of the- - cursed desire for Hulo!e Ky will bo communicated with." ress. strong drink. emi-Week- Killed -- ly A Change Made At the New Cash Store. New firm, new energy, new efforts, new capital, new goods, new everything that will make business. We have made the change believing it to be the best for our customers and for ourselves. Wc sfiall stive harder than ever by 3 m Xn-tton- nl reaf-surinp- : LOW - FRTGES to And polite attention to deserve your confidence and liberal patronage We thank our friends for all they have done for us and hope to merit better things for the future. H GOODS. .,'1 ir m m m haU-rnt- o NONE SHALL UNDERSEL US Or give you better goods or do more to serve your interest. In serving your interest we serve our own. We shall still adhere strictly to the cash and will make prices that will pay you to borrow money at Wc shall continue to close our cloaks, overcoats and all 10 per cent. heavy winter goods regardless of former prices. Come and see us and wc will do you good. Van-Arsdale- at in FARM FOR S AI.E. HUGHES & TATE. Lan-cait- cr THE LADIES Arc invited to call at the CASH BARGAIN STORE and see our beautiful line of Yea-ge- r. postet-mu- FEBRUARY 3TH, court-hom- o NEW HAMBUBGS AND LACES, just received. Also a nice line of Dress Ginghams left over from last season to close at 5 cents, worth 10. Don't forget the handsome 1 OA.3T03ST We arc giving with every PORTRAITS of $to's worth goods. -- Ask for a ticket. one-hal- Building I B, F. JONES & SQIKr m Loan Opposite Coffey House. jn,Tri Mwaiiiiiui FARRIS & HARDIN, .Dealers In. OF E.OTTXSVXX.E.E, Itaple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Queonsware, Wagons, Plows, and Most thing in Farming Implements. Any- a AT 1 m mirth-provokin- )J The firm of McRoberts & Iliggins having dissolved, from now ,on run the business alone at the old stand on the corner opposite the court house. By close attention to business, fair and polite dealings I hope to increase my business beyond what it has ever been. Being perfectly aale to discount every dollar's worth of goods I buy, and by keeping open early and late I will be able to, and will, sell you the same quality of goods I will Walton's s. .A.S Wednesday, Jan. 25 ALFRED 7KEL8Y, I will handle the very best goods I can possibly buy and by sodoing think I can give every customer the worth of his money. I will continue to charge goods to prompt paying customers, but it must be understood that when accounts are due they must be paid. Open until 9 o'clock each night. .T-T. CHEAP AS AIsTIT OZLsTIE. J. MoH.03EE.TS. e Widow Murphy's Goat, A 1 iilo I blirb-toiu'- d I DRUGGIST And PEMY, AND JEWELER, R, BOOK-SELLE- . m m Greatest Success The Largest Stock to select from. Prices alwas as Low as the low est. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. Eii;ravu Reaiiti fully and Artistically Rone. Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange for goods. n, p - - 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. Auk tor. niul liixist iipou tinrlnir IjOUUiiASMWEs. KauDRt-nulne without V. u, JloiiBlan nunin unit prirn mnrnpua on bottom. I.00U ymiuii), lorn tt bold cTerjM ucie. V. la. U(.-- Ji'm-tiox.Cit- v PUBLIC SALE 5i BEWARE OF FRAUD. , ; W. A do-..i- ., JAN. i - - on til-lio- enr-rio- d mFSm off p w-- p oik dav.'i - JWSKfeP! Vim, .; W. 1 CTs.v tpamr ?; iiiH shoe that will not rip; Calf, seamless, smooth iusitlc, more comfortable, stylish and durable than any other shoe ever soldatthe price. I? very style. Equals custom-made slioes costing irom $4 to 5. The following are of the same high standard of Ilnnd-SewcrI,etter-Carricr- 0&sewed L DOUGLAS dlTUC t. GENTLEMEN. iilatf I a9 mem: $5.00 Fine Calf, MstaW 94.00 and ice, J..50 I'd 1 1 1 1 y 1 ftVssssssssssWbsHr7 mmmmmY' MsWSr kmmmm: 3 Me j9T:.-i- olTi kmmXT Mfir 7m9nk atU I .BtBTHBrsW vJL v. 1 1 1 Farmers and 2.$o, 3,;s ana 9:1.00 lor working Men. $3.00 and $1.75 for Youths and Boys. 1 9j.no nauu-:eu-cFOR 42.50 and 3.00 IWnfcola, ) LADIES. VSMssV. JT iaK 1.73 tor iiiisscs. C'essssV IT IS A DOTT you owe yoarsU o ges inn Desi veins lor your lonoy. tcoooausa in yout footwear by purchasing; W. mT'mm- pay-rol- 1 1 three-quarter- I M 1 nP fv,'fll'4 WVI A. -'""ri -"asWrfi-- i afv.j 1 M I I AT. ' --- C ""sSK-- ' 1 -- ? ". -- uou&iam bcocs, wmoa tepresant Ute beet Taioe vine pnoea aavrruaea -v woBsanas caaxee-IllSo you wearlaeai u. y. 1 91-- Will ulvo exclunlve alti toahoo denlrrsnntl arnernl morchiints vjliert I linTe no aiFiits, Write fnrrutiiloRUt. ll'nut lor Hnlo in your plucu hvucI lircrt lol'aclorv. atattnK kind, bIzo and width wuuicd. rostneo Free. V. la. Douclun, Urccktoii, Mum, ;Jwij.A:i,i,i'sM,i,'l -- u&4lS r i, YFimy-.- . nl O 0 5fr JR ' ry m Ml "'t w-f- y wmu. .. i7"f wgy : n f q.' h H Dosorvlngr Fralso. I We desltoto say to our citirens, that for yean tell you wlmfa the matter, o have been selling Dr Kind's New Discovery you don't prniso your wifo for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life LrOts HE SAYS THE RIGHT THING AT enough. Even if things don't go right, llucklen's Arnica Salve and Klectric Hitters,Pills, ami never handled ubllabod Every Tuosday and Friday In the corporate limits of Rowland. thero'rt no uso growling. Praiso her hare have Riven suchremedies that sell ns well or THE WRONG TIME. that universal satisfaction. We AT efforts to iileaso, whether thoy aro suc- do not hesitate to guarantee them every time an, II. I. DAKST. Rowland. PJffi RYffiAUIN ADVANCK $3 we stand ready In refund the purchase price if cessful or not. Women liko praiso and sausi.iciory No Atnnnnt of I'nwer In w Man Can Cotu renins 110 not follow ineir lite. These 3TWhea not so pant $3.60 will be charged."WI lots of it. remedies have won their great popularity putely peiuate (or Cngnltant Conduct Toward on their merits. A R. Penny, druggist. A. S. George All right; I'll remember it, rt'sSjjJiluV , Women, Says IMla U'liceler Wilcox. Georgo(at dinner sanio day) My dear, 'TsfsfBcV'ti The success of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy SURGKON UF.NTIST. Some I nit antra That Point a Moral. this pie is just lovely! It's doliciousl In elfcctmg a speedy cure of Colds, Croup and K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Whoopin Couch has nrought It Into threat Office over McKobeits Drug Storo In tho new Ever bo much better than thoso my ICopjrrltfhU ISO, by Amrrlcnn Press AssociaMessrs Pontius & Son, ol Owsley Iluildlng, Train leaves Kowiand at 7:00 a. m., returning tion. All rlgtita trnorvixl.l mother used to mako. Sho couldn't say that it has gained a reputation Cameron, Ohio, sicond to none itanfsrd in that vicinity. Jas. M Qucin.of Johnston, W, j:o p. m. equal this pio if sho tried a month. Va , says It Is the L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. George's Wife Huh! You'vo mado druggist, Winona, best he ever used li. !" Jones, Miss., says- "Chamberlain's II. A. U. t.anhan Cough Remedy fun of every pio I over made, and ways warranted is perfectly reliable I have al John Cistieman. it nnd it never lulled to give the ...u 40pm Matltrain going North now most jiersect satisfaction." ot'les for sale South - . iiipra by V. II. McKoberts, druggist, Stanford, Ky. George But this is lovely. Express train " South ft J' pm .. ...... sj am North Georgu'a Wife This camo from tho , Local Freight North. .710am In buvilica COUIth mrillclnf for rh.l.ltrn 'uvi bakers. Tcw York Weekly. ....... 5 3c pm South., ' II A Walker, a prominent druygist ol Ogden, Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal THE TACTLESS MAN. Wonicn I.Ike Praise. Jncix Greorgo; 111 Tor 3mlm Twenty Building TEE ADVOCATI Crmes tn you every other day lu the year lor only $a, Thoclirapeit Snd best paper in Kentucky Jic gets it three months Address Thk Auvocatk, Danville, Ky. I PRICE, Subscription School. a four .nonths subscription school on At the close of our public school, we will begin FEBRUARY - jo-ce- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, All branches taught thatthe nitrons may desire C. II HOLM Kb. Principal, 9'im MISS CKTTIE THURMOND, Asst. 20TH, 1803. .". Th latter trains also carry passengers. Th above is calculated on standard tims. Solar i mo is about so minutes faster. I Getting Ills Money's Worth. S5II x HE man who flatters every wo-man he meets and him mul Trains pass Junction City as follows: d Florida Special u:iop. ra.; Fast made Hhopworn compliments in store Mail 11:30 p.m.; Past line 11:15 a. m. Is by far more eorcrtaablo than tho man Special arr.ves at 8 '40 p. ra. wno cannot pay a merited compliment, Spe:isl leaves at f.'o and who says d unflattering and blunt vt. m.; Fast Mall is. sop. m.; Florida Special 4:43 things with an idea that he is being p. tn.: Fast Llncjj.ts a, ra. frank and honest. It ts a man's duty to bo gallaut to woman no long as Hho is womanly. Bo sho old or voung. married or singlo, sho appreciates refined gallantry from a boy or mau and misses tho nbsenco of it. W- XtwJUsAVvT a. No amonnt of strength or rrcwer on tho part of a man compensates for utter lack nr taste In his deportment toward her. 1 was passing out of my door ono day with a young lady guest when wo encountered 011 tho titcps a young gentleman who was about to ring tho btlL 'Oh, aro you still here?" ho said, with evident pleasuro in his voice "I supposed von had gone." South-bounBlue-Gras- QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. relief is always sure to lollow. I particulars; recommend Chamberlain's because I have found it to be safe and reliable It is intended especially tor Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. bottles for sale by W. H. McRoberts, druggist, Staulord, Ky, nt Utsh."never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is no danger from It and Insurance C. D. General -:- POWTXL, HSAt.SK W Company, - Merchandise. s North-boun- -lil- ua-Grass :3 fiOYAl - Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, Couchs and Colds. If vou havrrevcr mr.l 1)11. great Cough Medicine, une trial will convince you that It has wonderlul curative powers in all dis. nun l tb Tluoit, Chel and Lungs. Kach bot tie Is guaranteed to do all that is claimed or mon ey will be refunded. Trial Nutlet free at A. R. Pcnn 's dtug store. Large bottles 50c and $1 . A friend In need is a friend indeed and not less than one million have found just such a friend in A Million Frlendd. BARBEE&CASTLEMAJN Commerce Building-- , Loalsvill e Agents throughout the South, Anil Country Produce, Has opened his stock of goods and is ready to serve inc people 01 Manloril and vicinity He U offering unheard of iiargalns and all who want good goods at the lowest ossible prices should call on him on Lcgan Arenut. M vr. C. IHTJTOHHTGS. rnorm etok w. TEXBBLZ, Lccjd Afint, STANFORD, KY. 1 IIOMAS VKAHER. Livery and Feed Stable NIANKORD, KENTUCKY. Having purchstrd of A I.Nunnellry his liv, ery business t can be found st hlsold stand ready to sit on the public st any time day or niitht Nothing but FIRST-CLAS- S Babton (calling on his cousin from tho country) Why don't you go out and see tho town? Cousin Go out! Do you know I am raying two dollars n day for this room. nnd you ln-- I want to get my money's worth. Onco a Week. t The bvst sslvr In the world lor cuts, bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- pea nanus, cnitblaina, corns and all akin erup tlans and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to kiw perfect satislactioc JAMES YKACER. or money retunded Price 15 cents per bos. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. Uuclclln's Arnica Salve. VEAGER & YEAGEK, FEED AKD SALE STABLS, : Vmi ItlocV. TURNOUTS o-- BTANFOKD, shall leave my stable and my prices will low, the lowest. Don't forget my Stanfordbe aftssI Rowland 'bus line. n KY. House , L- r- V ,i fr I Wftfc If-- F-- h. It- - V m r - fo FIRE AND STORM 1 and blundering? Why did ho not NEW RIOS AND HORSES 'I feared you might 'have gono! Howl fortunato I run to iiud vou still herol" Have been purchased and nothing Lilt . ..ReptesentiKg.. turnouts will lease the stable. ue was rsuily pleased to seo her. His Jae nnd voice showed that. But his Give Hartford, of Hartford, Conn ; unfortunate phnie tohl her bluntly tlmt 3r tim call was not intended for her. Manchester, of Manchester, Hnjj., A Cream of Tarter Caking Towder. II ghest ol Another young lady guest of uiino was $2 2o?" in leavening strength Latest United State reniisylvniiia Fire, Philadelphia, "No, ma'am." rcfiuested to leadugermau with n gen jrovernincnt Food Report. Ins. Co. of North America. "How mean! Couldn't yon lot mo tleman at whoso homo u pretty girl was , ' ROVAL BAKING POWDF.RCO York. 106 Wall street, New visiting. Tho day after tho gcrnian took havo two scats and a gonoral admission All of which are I woula Companies AT- he pleasad u wait for fhnt?" my friends in this line i'01 place tho geutletnan was callin". and icics prvmplly is.ued. Will insure- against lorna "No, ma'am. General admission fifty Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, &nd. "1 was surprised to find that JMiss Jes's, wind storms and lightning Lightning iliui H1SAX) esattachvl ili.,.t afjitixisl vonr mother's guest, does not cents." A. There Qlhce at Kirst N'aUonsI Hank, Sunfoic:. "Ain't that horrid? And, oh, I've only 1 here areare three of the best Hsr'iers m theinSlate danco conalso lUth Kiomi tun 'Ves," ho replied, "it was at great dis- got1.3fi, como to think of it. Can't I nection Agent lor I etington Steam Laundry I am now handling Armours meat and am doing get threo general ndraiwioiui for that?" "jny own work, and cunscll for cash at 6, 8 and to appointment to me." "I'm sorry, ma'am. It's against our cents a pound. Please (rise it n trial. It is said Of cour.se my fnend. who had danced Xobe the finest on the market by those who have with him und liad felt complimented ait rules." ROWLAND, KV Vriedit. 0f,all Ind., J. VEST. "Theaters are just as mean as woll, DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE. nis choice of her sis a partner, nt orco Mado and Set Up in All Parts7of now many ndmitsious cam I got for tho Hoots realized that sho had served as a suband Shoos, Cigars and Tobacco. Ohio tho Country. stitute IllserSalt for sale by the barrel. Will take countho lady ho preferred fl.'Jo?" No Agents employed try produce in eichnnge for goods at market price "Two, ma'am." could not dauus flow easilv hoconhl I am also agent for the old rcltab'c llmdbcad P. B. RILEY, '.Proprietor, "Well, give mo two. then. (With sarhavo concealed his disaippointments and will keep a full line of these goods in W. ADAMS & SON, of stocV.and all I ntanford The man who compliments cue' lady casm.) I suppose you don't want tho odd and Rowland is askgive tho merchants oi and I will - - - Kentucky. iNo.4 lltoadway, Lcaington, Ky. me their orders to London, nt the cost of unother is an unfortnnato quarter too?" nut the goods in their houses at Kaitory prices. I have moved to my new Hotel and am bottei Thanking the pnbllc for liberal patronage, ask a "No, ma'am." r STAtn, )K sort of being. T r ClAKKI your oliedlent same, flrepurio uuu ever 10 accommooaio cne puunc "Well, girls. I think it's just awful. coutlnuoucc of J7yr and reuiaiu If. HILION, was onco in u small company of peoood Liveryattached and every convenience crvant. J Give me a call. ple where the hostess found it ncecssury We'll have to do tho best wo can. Here. FRANK RILEY. 77 to request a moment's assistanco of ono you two tako thoso tickets nnd go in jind PkACritAI. .. 01 her men guests. Tho young man had sit down somewhere nnd I'll go nnd got twenty-tivcents worth of caramels, and Plumbers and Steam Fitters. Notice to the Traveling" Public. been sitting ou a divan for a considerable tune chatting with a bright, talkative then ono of you como out nfter tho first I have had. Dealers in all klnJi of Iron and llrass C.oods for act I'vo seen their old play once, anywoman. ilr. A., may ask you e slesm and water Sanitiry G... of all kinds. All way nnd give mo tho return check and yourself for work guaranteed against, defective material and moment," HOUSE Hostess, "and comea over here?" said the I'll go in for an act, and then Flora can wisrkmansbip como out and let you in for ainother act. "With invat nleasure." cried tlm Articles to Suit the Most FastidiAt Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and thoughtless, well meaning fellow, us ho See? Wo'll seo tho thing if thev do mako ?iave in connection with Hotel one of the best saous. A complete line of a lot or schemes just to mnke jieoplo open day and night; anight sprung to lib hostess' side. loons In the State, 3 Co. man meets all trains. In connection with House "It had known it would be such a trouble. Now go right in, so as not to Slave also one of the best Mineral wells in the ntau pleasure to you I would havo excused miss any of it." Chicago and Mrs nd for reference to water, call on Mr. or staniord.:kv., G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd In- - you long ago." said tho woman with Erin, Tenn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. la now fully orjinurd and resdy lor business fram, Proctor, C II. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. whom bo had boeu chatting. with FOR SENATOR. -- 1 Hamilton, Ro'vland, Mr. and Mrs. K. Ii. Johnson, really think 6ho was provoked at - - $200,000. Paid up Capital of New Haven. Jim Cox. Oreensburi;. Rates $a per nv A. WARREN my leaving her so abruptly," said the day. J. M, Pctrey, clerk Give me a call. Hurrah f(ir"Jcms'' McCreary, Surplus, . y--A W. CARRIER, Prop. J. 98oiy 9 stupid, fellow when referring to tho r He's our choice from first to last. matter, 'but how could 1 do otherwiso And we're going to "holler" for him, SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL when my hostess called me?" 'Till the final vote is cast. HANK OK STANFORD, A tuun liko that should iivo apart from W. B. We want him made a Senator, women and confino his society to his Now closing up) with thi tsme assets and under 'Twill but bo his honest dues ; And own sex. ins same mioicmcnt. .Ve know his leet are big enough Hy provisions of lis chiller, depositors are as To fill the Carlisle shoes, Somo one chanced to mentiou tho hour Complicated Watch Repairs and protected as aie depositors in National Iully 'Office Stutlt side Main street, in erase rectn 3.- its shareholders being held Individually tn the bearing of a gifted nnd educated lie has brains, and tact, and courage, yacated by Dr. L. K. HutTuian, Sunford, Ky. Artistic Engraving a Specialty. liable to the estent of lbs amount of their stock man ono day, wljo had been conversing With plenty of common senm, therein at the par value thereof, in addition to lbs All goods sold engraved tree of chsige And we kuow he's always ready amount invested in such shares. It may acts, for somo time with his hostess. -Li. eivcutor, admini.trator, trustee, Ac, as fully as 77 To assist What, bo early stilU" ho exclaimed Hen Btt'Yourpatronagc respectfully solicited. tn individual n rn He made a tip top Governor, C To those who entrustedthcir biilsincss to us "I had un idea it was much later." "s He has served us well eight years, while mnacinul the Lincoln National rr i1 i "1 am sorry you lind tho timo so long w "For the painless extraction of teeth and otl er Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and MYERS HOUSE With him up In the "House of lords'' ' sufficici u 0 in my house." said tho hostess coldly us trust they will continue to transact their busmnss aicor surgery. I ,havo teted its virtue P. D.,S. We'll haso no doubts and firs, 3 s o 8 R. C. MORGAN, with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenknow 6ho moved away and left her guest to tion to same, our twenty years' eapenence in n But what the people's interests nls merited discomfort. banking and as liberal scioinmodatlons as are conTalent and ; 3 Will receive his best attentions; . tinent wnh sound banking. learning aro ill bestowed upon a man P. W. GREEN, Prop. He'll help to save the country from with uo moro refinement or tasto than UIKtCTOMS. The pirates alter pensions. !T3 This stable, which Is run n connection with the nis remark betrayed. He is sound on tariff questions, J.J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; Myers House, has been supplied with w" '4 hven tho fellow who tells you that ho J, M. Hail, Stanlord; On gold nnd silver, too; rJuiaiojn Ewni and also one thoroujhbred at - is surprised you take 6iigar in your J, S. Owsley, btanford ; o In matters that concern us most southdown liuck; one i.joo poiind A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, , o year old Steer; i yearling .Marc ;uu.-i- yuuu .m He lias proved that he will do. and says "sweets to tho sweet" when S.J. Embry, Staufard; Buggies, Wagons, vr an d good Muli "' & rT J. K. Lynn, Stanlord; I M. CRE1GHTON. offering you bonbons is to bo tolerated He's tho friend ofGroser Cleveland. (is; A. W. Carpenter, Mtlledgcville; tUuiraer'sSuppl es and Is better than' ever KinsvilK Lincoln county, Ky nil iu preference. Ono can only bore you at Our great President-elect- , isupply the public with prepaiti vfcj J. V, Cash, Stanford; Who came down to "old Kentucky" most whilo thootherauffroiitnnd wound. William Cooch, Stanford, Ky His first ndtiserto select. RIOS OF ALL. KINDS. There is a fino lino between gallantry S. II. Shanks, President. And took the brilliant Carlisle, FARM FOWL SALE. ami mittcry "den do not understand ' 0w"c. C.h.e.. Personal and prompt attention given to Weddings, "io stands without a peer, W.M llrlght.T.ll.r Parties and llurlals the diflereuco between tho two. So I will sell privately uiy Farinot so Acres on the And he'll make a Secretary V w C.REE.V, Propnetor. man need bo n brnto to avoid being a Danville & Stauford pike, three miles (rom Stano AL. IIURNS, Manager ha will prove a flnnncier. with dwelling of five Q ford. It is well imptnved, necessary outbuildings; fulsome flatterer, und no mau need flatrooms, new barn anil all (in v wc think; our "Jeemi" McCreary Xow, also has fine spring. CH on ins on the premises ter to avoid being rude, NATIONAL BANK V 3 Should have those vacant brogans. me at u turK I .ddr.. know a man who tolls everv woman KELLEV We are satisfied he'll get them, too, Ol' STANFORD, kv O ho sees in evening dress that sho has n Kor "dinna ye hear the slonns ?" C (1 tho lost arms of tho Venus do Milo. They are sounding through this land nf ours n will start up next weo a I heard him say it to a pudgy woman Capital Stock TITMOfD Fiom mountain top to river; Somerset Mll.U llUiYiDilliA.SW Stanford, on the will have who weighed i.'00 and within nn hour Tho calls come clear and ringing, and from pike, eight miles The voices have no ijuaier. Both 70,000 leet of good Oak and Poplar Lumber for repeat it to n human skeleton. sale. I trill sell nt the most reasonable rates and women were offended anil thought the Attention of the public is invited to tho fac And we'll ask our I.cjil iture Lumber to glvo me a call, invite all who want hat this U tlm only Natioual Hank- in Stanford man was making sport of their misforTo do the thing that's right, JACOll HAIJKLIOKR. Ottenhesm. Lnder the provisions of the National Hank Act tune, when in fact ho was trying to bo And tend our man uphlgher. depositors are secured not only by the capital Where he'll be right in the fight, nock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an agreeable. I will open on January lith. a amount equal to the stork, so Co., When the Senate's tailed to order The, pudgy woman possc&cd fine teeth Tails Branch Jellico-Coa- l Dairv from which can supply any quantity ofl this institution are secured In ithat depositors of fun. ., lly Stevenson, Jersey milk to the people of Stanlord aud Itoiv. rive sworn statements ofthecondition offt bank and the skeleton line oyesl A man with the Kentucky will be represented Miners and shippers of the GENUINK at tuo following prices, delivered land are made each yearto the United Slates governmoro brain who desired to pay a comliy this faithful, watchful son I resh Milk, per gallon ra cents ment and its assets arc caamined at stated tunes . pliment would havo observed thebo by government agents, thus securing addititoua gallon Skimmed Milk, 10 cents snd perfect safety to depositors. A Loner ProcoBsion points, but this felow had mado it a This institution, originally established as the 8 cents llutter Milk, per gallon Try it. We are tho sole agents for Stanford Jand habit to compliment arms, Of diseases start from a torpid User and impure Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then nnd ho was blood. Dr. Pierce's Oolden Medical Discovery of Depot street una ran- Rowland. Office corner I will male two trips dally. 1 he patronage ol the ued as the Naticnal Hank of Stanford in iSojand no respecter of persons. euros every one of them: It prevents them, too. Wdcro..ii.'. public is solicited. O. A. I'UV ION. WATTS igam reorganised as the First National Hank ol IOOiNS Thfi man who is not born with tact Take it as you ought, when you feel the first yr. Stanford, Ky btanlord in iS3j, has had practically au uninter- symptoms (languor, los of appe;ltc, dullness, defuyieuusuicnceoi sajcars It is better supplied aud who has nover studied women necd.1 pression) and you'll save yourself something seri- now with facilities for transacting business prompt training by somo wise damo beforo ho and to 1U tiuuuing up necoeu netn and strength, ly and liberally than ever before in its long aid purify and enrich the blood, iiothiue can honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduattempts compliments. It invigorates thn liver equal tho "Discovery," ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solie- That hat becomes you much moro and kiducys, promotes an me noddy fuuetionsanu or The Directory ol this Uank is composed ot than your hats usually do," 1 heard a sia, urings dsck neaiin ami vigor I anu Uyspepacrolu-lotLiver sompiaim. iiiiiausncss T. J. Fqster, of Stanford; Skin and Scalp Diseases, it is tho only remSTANFORD, KY man remark to a lady ono day, and tbo & Forest us Reid, Lincoln county; lady was highly indignant, as iho well edy that's guaranteed to benefit or euro in every case, or money refunded. J. W. Hayden, Stanlord ; might bo. Ho had no business toEpcak About Catarrh. No matter what you've S.H, Ilsughman, Lincolu; February oHier costmnuat all if ho could not turn and found wnnting, you can De cured withtried 1893, I)r, M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; Sage s Catarrh Remedy The proprietors of this a moro pleasing phrase than that, with Woodward's sale day S. T. Harris, Lincoln; MOREL AND, Thesaddle following Mr. John atT.Ml. Sterling, Ky. medicine agree to cure yon, or they'll pay jou WILLIAM is now IThis Hotel, renovated aal refurnished, so as to a lav unfortunate interpretation. horses, will sell of Dealer in the above. intend f joo in cash. J. S. Ilocker. SUnford; la tuy charge and Iits high t) conduct it to add fifteen Jacks, twenty five Jennets and twenty rive reputation, but Let our young American men study not only maintain G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Horses. The Jscks l'or palos in the chest there is nothing belter 0rder3 for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs The Horses include are all old enough for service, Special accommoda- - mo s its long list ol friends. crs and fine rooms.for urt or pajnng Uellcat and tasteful than a flannel cloth saturated with Chamberlain's Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty T.IMLH, Stanford. commercial trave for compliments to women, and let them Tain Ilalm and bound on over thoseatof pain. It Persons havinir any of the above described stock W. G. Welch, SUnford; th.dlsploy of samples. Stallions, 2 Standard-brea counter irritation without blistering for sale or wishing to purchase same, will do will produce strive to avoid Btupid and brusqno re- and is not so disagreeable as mustard ; in tact is to call on or address me. An well Six Fine SUB,0rd' OFFCE&!-,Vra'e- ' of fifteen Trotters, Saloon A First-Clas- s marks which wound nnd offend without much superior to any plaster on account of its years in this bus mess has beenexperience to me and of profit quulities. If used In time it will I think I can make It profitable both to the buver Aud a nnmberof nice Geldings, Ax. For cat. I, S, Ilocker, President; Ad BILLIARD and FOOL ROOMS attached serving any useful purpose. prevent pneumonia, jo cent bottles for sale John J. McRoberts, Cashier; and seller. Mt. O. NYnat COtllll ha.VQ norm mnmnnl1ii POWDER ! Absolutely Pure ' Ileforo tho 9lntliii-eTho matineo woman with her two fnpmls npproachod tho box oflicc. "What's tho pric-- of parquut Beats?" "Ono fift." Klid tho box offico ngont politely 'That much apiece?" "Yes, ma'am, npiece." "Couldn't you let mo havo threo for . We are in our new stable m the Opera aud are well supplied with J. II. IIAUGIirtlAN, INSURANCE AGENT . first-cla- n tlicm a Call. first-clas- s. 1 I - THIS. tiri -- J". HI. HCIIjTOIsr MONUMENTS 1 THE RILEY HOUSE 1 o w cr: 1 STRiiTJB& CO., . o 1 BANKS THE JEWELER, touv-cu.s- -- 1 TH.E SHELTON Si- 1 News-Recor- d. Watches, Clocks t Farmers Bank&Trnst A .DR PENNY .Dentist. Jewelry & SILVERWARE. rJ r 1 ffi o & iTi ZDEIsTTO. FOE fioo-l -- . m LIY2RY STABLE n o l!l to SAXjE. corn-'.e- fJ sfe? -, u, 4- cof-fc- ? o FIKST-CLAS- S r o J ? . n to FIRST 1 Surplus... $200,000 20,500 - fla-im JDJXTlir. i8-.- t 1'irst-Cla- ss nt Original JelHco Coal. wtZWEBn K ?.?w 1 I J r re&?2 91-- 1 THE GOFFEY HOUSE PTJ33K.IC SAXE 9th, JOSEPH COFFEYJ Pro'r. Jacks, Jennets 1 Horses. d JOSEPH COKFKV :.v.j K . ,s. . Ella Wheeler Wilcox. McRoberis, druggist, Stanford, Ky.J j Office at the Myers House, I'. address Stsnford, Ky. 100 logucs, address me 1 90-3- CLAVTON at Sterling, Ky. HOWELL. 1 A. A. Mc Kinney, Assisuni Cashier. .if'tK'.r' f :W&, ' C!' Vfx'Avvii Sx l V.SV - . 1 .tr1.. ti -- - M