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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893013101 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. fTJ PR'-I&- r -- , Wfy'p-wpwrrg:.t- ap!-- ; rgry9"?JiWiii WwS Semi-Weekl- y vol. xx. A Delayed Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JANUARY 31. 1893. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. MIDDLEBURG. NO. 96 Letter From "Hnppy Jack" Newsy Letter From Frankfort. (To the Editor Interior Jonrnal.) Miller. Mr. George II. Tucker, 2JJ, and M iss (To (lie Editor ol the Interior Journal. Jlettlo Hiatt, 17, were married at Mr. I'lio "beautiXkitman, Cia., Jan James Limb's Sunday. snow," circling In torrents from llio ful Uev. Thomas A. Urackon, of the eklea in tills 'Sunny South" of oum, forLebanon Presbyterian church, will bo cibly reminds tho festive "initio man" of married y to Mrs. Annie Crookp, of alow ales hihI enormoua feed bills nml Campbcllsville. Dr. Bracken, who lost divers other tiling not no beautiful. his wifo about a year ago, is 70 and his Hani times come again no tnoio. Well, intended II. wo can whittle Btieks, Bwap lii h and hum Twenty-livyears ago Joseph Brad-shathoaweetoldalr, "When Hpring time and Miss Belle Coleman were marcomes gentlo Annlt," und wish our ried nt.Harrodsbtirg. Seven years later mules wero as gentlo ni Annie, and pro-ten- d they separated. They wero married that It don't hurt and call ourselves again Friday, the husband haviug como philosophera, but a little ways down In from Hock Island, III., to etlecta reconour hearts, and not quite out of flight or ciliation. out of mind, arises a hcbiio of dlscomllt-urTho fctory thnt Mr. Harrity is to bo that can't render our hours "nay and rewarded for his splendid campaign festive still." portfolio generalship with the post-ollic- e You bet It's as cold as charily and the is by him most positively denied. Hn wind thlnuer than anything you ever says he is a candidate for nothing in Mr. net your two eyes on, except the ham In Cleveland's gift, ami c;uld accept no n sandwich at n lunch Bland. Tho water position. Uero Is flue, but some folkB use ho much Thu Newport Journal of the L'Oth of It In their collee that it may become contalntin lengthy notice of tho marriage , Hcaicer. Kico abounds, aweet potatoes-plentiful- of Itev. J. Frank Williams, pastor of the hands wide open, heaits Collega Avenue Baptist chinch, of and multi buyers as scarce as quarto Misi Sallio Docker, tho termasters In I Ieuvon, for money iton't lovely daughter of a rich Newport man. grow on treofl, cotton don't bring but J Tho couple are speuiul friends of Mr. w 1th 40 points oil", which means J- -' per and Mrs. It 15. Mahouy. bale. Yet everybody welcomes mo with Miss Maude Woodson, of Louisville, "Mr. Jack, you junt keep a Btntely and handsome blonde, who will b Hinllequiet; I will bo around to morrow and be pleasantly remembered by our young buj a mule from you. I will brine my people who became ncqiitihtcd with her neighbor and ho will bring his,'' but If 8'10 vi8'1" wmsons I to try again. To begin witU, legislation has been A Full Line of-going steadily on for some days and exclt day has witnessed tho passage or advancement of some important bill or the discussion of tho turnpiko bill, which is of such vital importance to the people of Central Kentucky. It has claimed the livery one guaranteed, Extras always in stock. attention of tho House for two or three days and was not perfected when the House adjourned at uoon in ho u or of and respect for the lamented states dratf. Mlddleburg can boast of more fat man and diplomat, James G. Blaine, Can get repairs for any stove made. men than any town of its size in Ken- whose dentil was announced hore in ad tucky. Following are the weights of vance of the time it occurred, owing to some of our most distinguished citizonp: the difference in time. One of tho ablest speeches made ThoniflH Miller, ISO; It. II. McAninch, against tho bill was delivered by Speak' 185; Jtouben Staton, iJOl; Mc I). Royalty, in which he made a 201; Mai. G. W. Drye, 201; Col. II. II. er Moore strong appeal to thoso having no pikes 220; Mc C. Wheat, 230; J. O. vicAiiineh. CuulH-r- , 2.T.'; C. II. Carson, 210; Itev. F. to help prevent such a horizontal reducUrith-r250, while J. M. Durham, tho tion of gate fees as to practically destroy Jumbo m I'l.-n- i all, tips the beam at HOG the majority of the pikes to curtail the pounds. 1'iii-- are all Siillivaiia in point dividend of an ipolated case or two that of mzr, but not such in disposition; on might be making a good dividend. The most pleasant little Incident durthe contrary, tliey are as meek us lambs ing the session occurred yesterday mornand not ouu of them could be induced to I am now ready to wait upon my friends in an thing in ing, when the pages of tho House, thro hurt a frog. Isaac Cowan foM at auction Wed- the Hon. Krnmett Dickpon, the eloquent t nesday six building lots v est of the Bap-ti- and gifted member from Bourbon, to Dr. A. I). James, recently rechurch at satisfactory prices. These lota wero 100x107 feet aud sold by num- signed member from Muhlenberg, aud o Wil- - now World's Fair commiefeioner, a bers nit follow: N'n. t to John during the several that diamond scarf pin Mr. Dickson's morrow has over come "Air. Jack" ed Crab Orchard Siirmus. is to be mar I'hnr for ?(; Nn ' o W. A. Matter for to presentation speech was n master pro1i.ih never jot found It out. Tho "beauried Feb. to Mr. Morton Cassjidy, u $1:50.50; No. H to Win. Wesley for 10;5; duction, so earnestly and eloquently de certiful snow" In this "Sunny South" &c. I am also agent for a line of. rising young newspaper man, also of tho No. :t to John Hubble for $83; No. 5 to choktainly hits It in for tho land of "hog and Falls City. K. J. Godby for ?(50; No. 7 to Prof. J. N. livered that Dr. James could only ingly respond that he wished he could hominy" up to yet, but old Aurora, who Advertising pnyn, whether you want Huir for $10. Fight others wero oflered, yet nhowu her bright fact) to tho a wife, a horse or a mule. George II. but were withdrawn. It will bo Been say something more than tOBcknowledgo has not oldest Inhabitant lit this year of grace Hardy, a Scott county widower, adver- that while tho prices obtained wero not his thanks in appreciation of the boys' and the Iml, 180:1, will hinilo upon us tised for a wife ami received many an so high as those paid for Yellow Creek kind regards as expressed in their toEqual to any ever offered here. Call and sec them. I represent the one of these days as sho did upon tho nwers. Among tho number was one mud at Mlddlesboro some two years ago, ken. Tho senatorial battle has had the eftraveler in tho back of Webster's old from Mra. Fannie Clarksou, of Lebanon. they nro sufHciontly high to bIiow that famous and wo old fol- Tho correspondence that ensued led to Middleburg dirt is not depreciating in fect to keep a good attendance, hut ihiB Hue back Hpolllng-boolows will pull oil our coats, roll up our love and love to marriage, which was value. A new street will bo opened to evening h truce was sent in nnd when away tho enemy (onfllcevvs and accommodate any planter duly celebrated last week. JellVrson Short's property, on tho west the smoke cleared ly the opponents) of Judge Lindsay had with a cheap inulo, who will accommo Miss Daisy Fitzhugh, society edit- of town, and the extension, which will &o. date us with the ready wish, thin ren- ress of the Lexington Leader, and a be known as tho "Cowan Extension," withdrawn from the field and his fat, dering our accommodations mutual. So writer for numerous other papers, was will add greatly to our town, which is jolly form could bo seen, witli a Binile Call and see my line of goods before make any purchases. on his face as lone as a broom stick, Very respectfully, mote it be. married Thursday night to K. F. Ay re, making no attempts at a boom, but grad- ehakiug the hands of friends nnd all Since leaving home, I havobeen study-lu- a young Philadelphia lawyer. Tho ually cotnlni; to the front. alike with n heartiness that could not be as handed out by tho bride's d re.-- s was of heavy white corded mistaken that he was feeling very much LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. colleges," boys from tho "commercial nilk, en traine, made in Kmprces style Carlisle's successor. by tho Cincinnaand who aio employed over the like I.ee Swaner, and trimmed with pearls. She wore the Gov. McCreary and Capt. Stone decidWe.stern Atlantic nnd long bridal veil in which Mrs. James II. county, died at his homo seven miles ti Southern, tho ed this evening to abandon the field and h11 tho sale stable, "who understand Mulligan was married, nnd carried a north of hero Friday. accordingly left for Washington on the biiBineM," in tho "Oato City of tho 1 irge bouquet of Bride's rosea and Dr. Lutes hud his valuable aaddlo 5 i. m train. Nothing now remains to South." You ship vour stock from Mc homo to drop dead in tho town limits on bo done but meet next Thursday night Kinney to ChatUuooga and thbv agree the Whitley road Saturday. ami nominate Judge Lindsay, on the 13. FARM AND TRTdeTTeMS. You Bhlp fiom Chatto charge yoy I Hayues McCormack, n brother of Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just part of tho democrats, as the republiAtlanta and they agree to tanooga to John G. Lynn sold to Win. Under- Mra. Gtjorgo Andes, of this place, was cans held their caucus last night and by cd at old stand with chaio you $.'", antl singularly enough wood a lot of yearling cattle at $10 GO. killed at Altamont Friday, by falling nn 8 to 7 finish between Mr. A. E. Will- when these Hums nro added up they SilaB Anderson sold to a Missouri slate in a coal mine. of Louisville, nnd Judge James II. old fogies "come out" 3l5, making us Garrard is located Bon, Capt. Jos-p- h jack, Modoc, for ijGM) man his Tinsley, of Barbourville, made their nomYOU get OU lMlllillll tho tillll'S Inn! fA Wm. Dodds Hold to Pendleton, of hero gtttim: colored men to enlist in the of the former. And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery to the halo htables in Atlanta and there Norfolk, Va., a harness gelding for $225. army. Several will probably go, which ination Judge LintRiy had a hold upon his s you turn ntiother leaf in this curious and everything to be found in a drug store 1 shall be pleasis doubtless tho best thing they could do of nice, clean, Fifty bushels brother legislators which it waB impossikind of arithmetic and learn that the ed to see all my old custmers and as many new ones as will favor me, eeed for sale. B. K. for their couutry. ble for the invincible McCreary or the timetabled "seven days Wearen. Pascal Bryant, who hung himself at polished Stono to break, so late did they Assuring them in n week" is also a "dolusion and a Fon Sai.ic Two good milk cows. Anchorage Asylum Friday, was n son of come upon the field. Hiiare," but that those seven days are Will Bell cheap. Apply to Jell" Jones Frank Bryant, of this county, and a Victor nnd vanquished will all make a now computed eight daya in Atlanta, Stanford. brother of the young woman who was good Kentucky team to pull for the sucauyhow. And bo convincing in thu During the past month 010 trotters murdered near Williamsburg. He has cess of the democracy . J. C. Mo. and so overwhelming tho proof public auction in the a brother at Anchorage. That adroit have been fold at New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. that you settle accordingly. region for &)15,SiW, an aver-ag- o In an interviow at Lakewood, Jf. Y., "BLEST." twlbt of tho wrist that tho commercial of $1,010. President-elec- t The Cleveland Baid: college displays all along the H. It. on J llltJt Us the tongiio that speak no ill, The entries to tho Spring meeting of date is near at hand when I must have al the sale etabka In the Gate City will the Louisville Jockey Club number 41G arc alway true, Whoio vord my time to myself. Thus far the most That Leep "the law of Mndnesi" slill, convince a mule trader that hk is sold if in live stakes, an increase of 15 over of my time has been devoted to interw ho Whatever others do. his mules are not. "Tray for those last year's total. views, which have been by no means lllettlie the ears that will not hear displtcfully use you." have for sale 700 bales of hay, also Detraction's envious tale; unpleasant nor unprofitable, but other "Happy Jack." 200 barrels of goed white corn. Will derisonly throuRli thollifnin ear thin us are now pressing upon me which That falsehood can prevail. liver hay on cars at GOe per 100 pounds. Alphabet of Proverbs. require my unterrupted consideration. I John Buchanan, Crab Orchard. Blest be tho heart that knows no guile, A grain of prudence Is worth a pound wish, therefore, you would say for mo That feels no wish unkind. The Record Homestead eays that through the press that I shall bo at my of craft. Forjettinc provocation, while Henry Dunn bought 10 cotton mules in ollico every day, perhaps with one exBoasters tire cousin to liars. Good deeds arolept in mind. .We have. ception, during the week of Jan. 30 aud Confession of a fault makes half GarratdaUSO to $100. Dunn & Vox Illest be thr hands tlut toil to aid sold 20 In North Carolina at $l2u. after Feb. 4 I shall remain at Lake that amends. I'ho great world's ceaseless need " M. F. Klkin bought of Carson fat cow wood, where I hope to be undisturbed Denying a fault doubles it. The hands that are never afraid at 2jc; ono of K. T. Pence at same price, To do a kindly deed in tho work which will imperatively Envy shoots at others and wounds her lOshoatsof W. P. Tate at 5o and thrpe my attention. self.l!lct be the thoughtful brain that schemes Bteers from A, 1. Denny at A beautiful (deal; And opened elegant lines of Finding that Congress would not inFoolish fear doubles danger. J cents. Mankind (rows great throuch noble dreams, good things by our ow n no crease the tax, the Whisky Trust has God teaches tia And time will make them real. Tho Union Stock Yards of Cincinnatitled its agents that a reduction of IS hands. will expend a million of dollars in Do good in thought. Some future day cents on whisky and 'M cents on alcohol He has hard work that has nothing to ti 'Twill ripen into speech; building an immense packing house, to would go into ellect immediately. do. And words are seeds that B'ow to'dctds. competu witli John Cudahy'snow estabEngineer Alexander Price, Fireman It costs more to avenge wrongs than to None know how far they reach. lishment. Frank Tiernoy aud Ilrakeman Walter suil'er them. upon tho breeie, Like The annual report of the National Davis wero killed in the Big Clifty wreck Jubt ns you nro pleased with faults, you Swift scattered here and there, Tobacco Company shows that tho net So words will travel far, and theso on the N. X. & M. V. railroad Saturday displeased at tinding perfections. are earnings for last year were ? 1.730,1)01. In A fruitful harvest bear. night. India Linens, Linen Lawns, Knavery is the worst trade. for tho matter of prollts tho manufacturer Where Roodness dwells in hoartand mind Learning makes a man tit company Sam Jones eays: "The trouble with gets 05 per cent, aud tho producer tho ltoth words aud deeds will be himself. Like cords that closer draw mankind boys who smoke cigarettes is that they remainder. virtue. Modesty is n guard to In peace and charity. have no mammy. Prayer and hickory Tho News says that 0,000 bushels of , Linen Laces, &c, &c. Not to hear conscience is tho way to (1'rintod In loving memory of u devoted and true well mixed will stop it every time. Most grain are being mashed daily in tho An own selections) it. silence wile, from her of von have raised your children well, derson county distilleries and that 4,900 y is worth two r One hour cattle and 1,150 hos are being slopped Win. Murphy, oue of the best known but you have not raised 'em often o row. oaough." "Quit smoking ciat them. Tlio value of these animals is men of Somerset, died Friday, aged GO. PromV looks make foul work in fair You littlo blear-eytestimated at $210,850. Mr. Adam Catron, of the livery firm garettes, boys. faces. J. II. Gontry sold to M. F. Arbuckle, of Tato vt Catron, Somerset, died of pneu- fools, don't you know you will blow Quiet conscience gives quiet sleep. .This space will be occupied by your brains through )our noses before of Silver Creek, a black Beikshlro boar monia, after a short illness. Hichest is ho who wauta least. for $25 and to Gabo Gaines a sow of the Mrs. Nancy Owalev, aged 00, mother you are half grown?" Small faults indulged are little thieves same breed for $J0. D O. Terhune re- of Elder J. W.tHardine, and Mra. Dru-ail- la Just tho Thing. that let in greater ones. ports the purcliaso of 25 choice weanling Ware died at Winchester. , This it!an expression the traveling public The bougha that boar most hang loww, w, mt, !jfHff mules out of 10 owned by J. S. Robin-Hon- , Dr. Bohon tolls in tho Dauvjlle me when they rind something that it exact-est. what they want. Thii expression applies diat $50; 10 yearlings of Dr. Moore at of the death of William Mouuce, Upright walking is sure walking. rectly to the Wisconsin Central Lines, which is $S7.50 and 1 in Woodford from $70 to formerly of this county, but later of OkVirtuo and happiness are mother and uow admitted by all to be "The Routt)' Irom ChiJin 1893, who hereby extends histhanks to the $100. lahoma. Ho was 84 years old. cago to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland, Duluth-an- d daughter. Newland Jones, of Joe & B. Swope waB well The sale all points in the Northwest. Their double The Register says Wise men make more opportunities daily train service und equipmcut attended and household goods and farm- Sr., an old and wealthy citizen of Mad- ducement which can not tinesurpassed. olTeri in be than they find. ing machinery sold at fair prices. Milk ison, died last week. He had been a This is the only lino running both through Pulland Tourist Sleepers Irom Chica man You never lose by doing a good act. cows brought $20 to f 110; a director of the Farmers National Bank of go lo Pacific Coast Points without change. Zeal without knowledge is fire without mule 101; horse colts For full information address your nearest tick$:0 to $G0; brood Richmond for 28 years. f et agent or James C. Pond, General Passenger and "light. mares f 10 to f S5; 5 barrels of corn sold Ticket Agent, Chicago, 111. For their liberal patronage in the past, and wishes to say to them a nnw clear that alter the 4th of ri Legislature adjourn- on a credit of three months at $2.21, The Kentucky -- Ten of Misdouri'ti '27 governors came that on and after January 1st he will sell goods for CASH only and March next, the Unitod).States will be ed out of respect to the memory of Mr. BOino sold at $2.20 nnd tho balance for from Kentucky. will defy the competition of any one. safely democratic. cosh at $1.04. Blaine. -to-da- 18.' e w lihler J. Q. .Montgomery was auctioneer at Land sale here Wednesday, nnd did the work well, too. John O. Staton, of Liberty, attended the auction pales hero Wednesday. John nnd Nelson Wilcher went to Lee county Thutsday on business. A meeting of citizens was held at Janio Wash Institute Tuesday night for tho purpose of considering ihe question of building n city hall, but we are informed that nothing definite was done. Such a building ia badly needed and we hope the question will not hti allowed to Fkankfokt, Feb. 27. As my last escaped the waste basket, I am encouraged ARIZONA COOKING STOVES to-da- HEATING- STOVES NOW AT COST. W. H. WEAREN & CO. o to-da- y, gov-rnmet- it , TO THE PUBLIC. OI JX.iXlJVUyJiiIMi,JIU4D) gen-eroi- m y - st pro-rent- ed mn?fnfn TtmraTf htu hand-flom- I 1 1 HAEDWABB. COOK STOVES w. H. HIGGINS. NEW DRUG STORE. re-ope- k Oliver Chilled Plow, Dix Peed Cutter, Studobalser Wagons, book-keepin- g ! well-know- n ami-lu- NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, first-clas- hand-stripp- ed bliie-grat- s ed Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. W. B. MoROBERTS, Blue-gras- s 1 4 1 Seasonable Goods JUST RECEIVED d - 1,500-poun- 15 thistle-dow- n Nansooks and Dimity Cheeks Hamburg Edgings and Iasertings, to-da- to-m- GiVEHHANOEi & BdJN 4 ifl "i ( gen-era- llj Dem-oer- at y VKHSS nv FRYE 1 First-Clas- s Good People ofHustonville . .X m ..' , -- &' h -- M? ijftt.. V ti?ja) r.MwU,... ti , ..lfv-- .. VJ Vji-- t. - ,7i""J v!? S nifw C T f ' -- .it I' lw - M fe. l I- - j I if. ATgentlemen left after their a Jew peddler. in Scott county. Then he removed to cision for their posta in Washington. Judge Chenault at Richmond gave Maine nnd became editor of the Kenne- Before the people Gov. McCreary is al- $700 out of his own pocket to tho poor bec Journal. In 1856 he was elected a most invincible and when a Legislature during the recent cold Bnap. delegate to the lirst national republican , is elected this fall they will see that men Henry Bowling was convicted at Freconvention, which nominated Gen are cho3en for it who will give their fa- at Mt. Sterling of the murder of Lee mont, and:snbsequently was chosen to vorite the coveted honor of a promotion Brown and sentenced to death. the State legislature for four successive to the U. S. Senate. The senatorial ques By the explosion of a mill boiler at terms.'two of which he presided over as tion having been eliminated, the Legis- Hardy three men were killed, one being speaker. In 1862 he was elected to con- lature can now get to moro important a son of the proprietor, who was to have gress and first came into prominence in work and try to join their frienda at been married that body by opposing that section of the home before the roses bloom Jigain, or The Texas Senate adjourned for a reconstruction biil placing the South un- corn planting time comes. day in pure joy at tho election of Job n der military government and finally deJudge William Lindsay, who has near Martin as Senator in Kansas. feating it. Elected Speaker of the House ly attained tho ambition of hia life, was There were 40 duels in France last in 1869, he prcaided over three sessions born in Rockbridge county, Vu., but year and two men injured. Cholera in of that body with great ability aud unit-ua- l came to Kentucky at an early age. He fantum, or even nettle rash, can beat fairness. On the accession of the Berved with distinction in the Confederthat. democrats to the control of the Hoiis9, ate army and returned to Kentucky after at Lair, Harrison Tho Mr. Blaine became tho leader of tho mi- the war as poor as a church mouse, but county, was burglarized of fl'-'-o in silnority andcontinued todistiuguisu him ho did not sit idly down. He taught ver, f50 in paper money and $:15 in TO HUY. self. He was tho moat prominent can- school awhile, "rode" denutv sheriir. stamps. for tho presidency in was elected to tho Legislature and when didate of his party Adairvillediepensed with prohibi187C, but by n consolidation of his oppobarely of ag was elected to the appel tion, which failed to prohibit, by a vote nents ho was defeated by !S votes. Ha late bench, where he won much distincof OS to 42. Liquor license hos been fix It is said a $1,000,000 steel, brick and was then appointed to the U. S. Senate tion for his able decisions. He is now -- TO OUR- ed at $350. fireproof hotel, bank and office building of Sanitor to fill out thu unexpired term serving a term in the State Mary K. Bartlett got five popu- will be erected where the Burnet House, Mrs. Morrill, who rescued. In KSSO agin ho Senate. A man of broad intellect and n.A.,t,n.. list votes for U. S. Senator in the Wyo- Cincinnati, now stands. 11. hwas a leaning canuitnuoiur of most captivating address, Judge Lind- first woman 'ever The roofs of four of the World's Fair cy, but was defeated by Garfield, who my imprwwa all who come within the ming Legislature, the so honored. buildings at Chicago gave way in places, . i We take this nnins of thank-In-. tenderedjhira the State portfolio, which c,iarinwl cirde o hg frienthhip tlmt hia ......,CWI I"" r A book keeper of the Royal Insur- not being strong enough to buar tho hea....J IIMU.II patron- from the cab mhu, s,,own us tl,,r,n l,,c iv fav wai accepted. f He retired lluJ beart ftre ng , rQ ance Co. at New York was detected in a Iwt year, anJ hope lv fur- vy weight of snow resting on them. One ?:.::.;..". with . -- -. -- - bllst b()(ly in w!,ic,, ti von uu .net wee. iw, fm(l ll0mJ clever and bold attempt to cash a forged of the buildings was damaged to the exyears was nuny uiikhi; miwun mj Wliile preferring another, we aro pleastent of $100,000. great historical work, "Twenty Years in ed that so g)o I a man will succeed to check for $S0,000. Lindsay Baker, a farmer on Tate'H Jailer Welsh, of Jessamine, went to Congress." the seat so honorably occupied by tho Creek, is only 3 feet 3 inches high and Lrxington, got on a tear, had n fight in n h'w ambition and Hie party gratified illustrious and lamented Beck nnd the wears an SJ hat, theiuside measurement ha wdy house and was put in the lock- In the maikct M .he iI.mvcM I'rkcs t , racrit.,c.ni!.,mcc., tl.c gavs him the nomination for president great Carlisle. ,i.nc. c will be fonml at the same old m.iikI th;, of which is L'6.30 inches. up. Tho next day he was lined and in 1SS1, but after a brilliant canvas, ho je.ir and Tho frozen Ohio i3 being ihawed out permitted to return to his own bailiwick SiNCBtho death of King Kalakauu, was defeated by G rover Cleveland. About bo gradually that river nini anticipate a sadder, but wiser man. this time his health, which had not been Queen LilusKaliui has ruled Hawaii at coal Hoot and other Judge Taft, in tho L. h. court, robust since his sun stroke in 1S7G, grew her cvnsvveet will. Sim was not satis- no danger to the ThanltlMB you for i.t favor.. nt Cincinnati, has decided that the strikwent abroad for it fied, however, to let well enough alone, craft in harbnr in Louisville. e.m, Vours Kupcclfully, worso and 1SSS ho The auditor gave to the World's ing coal minors on the Big Sandy rivoi was importuned while away aud w.vj apparently unaware of the tart benefit. He n check for $50,000, are in contempt of court and ha issued to btcomo a candidate for president thut even a worm will turn when trod Fair commis.siouers of the appropriation named in an order that they mint cmom) interferagain, but he refusal absolutely and ou upon. Last week sho endeavored to passed. on ce w ith other minors employed in their his return in tho fall h made several cram n new constitution that she had the Carroll bill recently Work will begin at ouce, on tho prices. If tho order is not obeyed the who was elected made herself down the throats of her BpeechpR for Harrison, and again the State portfolio was tender people, who had stood all they could Kentucky Wofid's Fair building and a court will call upon the l S. marshal to ed the "Man; from Maine." Accepting Btand. It was the last straw that broko forfeit of $50 a day after April 22 will ue enforce it. Force Bill McComai got his conllm-atio- n it, Mr. Blaine began to interest himself tho c liners back and I.M'a lst effort paid if it is not completed by that date. -- Di.ihr In as justice of the Dintrict Court, hut A man who was cut by a prisoner in at onco in the BehriugfcSea and fisheries proved her last sure enough. The result question with Great Britain and other is, as told in the dispatches, sho hnB the Unviefis county jail, while ho was in- if tho president undertakes to fill the international question?, formulated hia been deposed, tho monarchial system carcerated, has just obtained a verdict of L'mar varancy on the Supreme bench reciprocity ideas, which were incorpora- abrogated and a provisional government, $1,000 in the U. S. court against the jail- with n republican, there will bo n filibus ter as is a filibuster. I he minority party ted into th tariti bill aud which led to which desires union with the United er. And The adjournment ot the National now has hix repicaentatives on that commercial '.treaties with bevoral conn States, established. The revolution was tries. He foeigned in June, 1892, in ao accomplished without violence. Li! need House ami Senate on the death of Blaine bench, while the majority party has but sudden and theatrical a manner that tho not dispair, however. If the pictures in made the hixth interruption of busiuoss t vo. Louisville Times. Kugene P. McAdams, of Huweevilh, whole country was startled. His friends tho papers do her justice, she looks like eaueed by death within the last three a former deputy collector of internal revpresented his name for the presidency she would mnkun good cook, and if she weeks. again la&t year, but he was defeated and will come to Stanford we will Joe Donoghue, of Newborg, X. Y, enue, has been convicted in the Federal that skated 100 miles at Stamford, Ct., in 7 court at Oweiisboro of violating the civil since then h.V went rapidly down till fcho gets a job. , hours, 11 minutes and 33 1 5 eecouds, service law and has been placed under death cameto his relief. Some premature political hens in tho breaking the world's record by nearly 4 J $1,000 to await sentence. He collected Though failing to anchievo the great money from a government official foi ambition of his life tho presidency of Sth congressional district will please hours. At Shelby ville, tho heirs of Stephen political purposes. A ton of Collector the United States, Mr. Blaine won more rotue otr. There is nothing in the nest. honor and fame than half n dozen men j The- supposed. possib'liU- of a congres- Ellis, who was killed by the cars of the Feland has also been indicted on the his death j sional vacancy turns out to bo u porce- Louisville it Nashville railroad company, the Hame charge. who have filled that office, and And were awarded damages in tho sum of than lain deltieion. Courier-Journis more generally deplored be the demise of any other of the j this proves that for every disappoint $11,,000. would I 3Tor nation' l'rcat men. He honored and ' ment thoro is compensation. Wo will Out of 78 applicants for teachers' .1....:..-- . lm annrpi! thn liuntum um, n.Mn!nnil :m certificates at the January examination - ......,, ft.V. iiuuiucii i adorned overyioue oi me iimuy iium3 ' tl" district, if Gov. McUreaiy had been only four received first clans certificates of life that ho filled, and'it can be truly In ih- - certiorate limit of Kowljnd. aid of him that he madejeven his ene- - elected U. S Sunitor. The woods were and 30 failed altogether. Somerset ReI! (. IMKST. Rowland. mies admire and:' respect him, while his full of candidates to succeed him aud publican. of them were the shortest horees friends were thomostlasting and faithful i Alex A. Arthur, former manager of that any man ever had. His magnetism lever entered in any rjce. Wo are glad the Middlesboro Company, hm instituTHK NATIONAL was wonderful nnd no,', man ever came indeed we will not suffer tho infliction ted proceedings for criminal libel uguiiist within the charm of it who wan not ever that their en nvasa would have brought Mr. G. II. Davis, editor of the News, for telling some truths on him. afterwards attracted to him. llisyirtuej upon us. Watch this space next week. It belongs to many, his faults few and the latter Near l'ikeville, Isaac Moore, a weal were Col. E. Polk Johnso.v, public printer are forgotten in the general grief that and binder, should give himself no con-- , thy lumber merchant, shot and killed STEPHENS & KNOX, the enterprising Row-lau-d his death ocoasionc, both in and out of cern about the filnndi-rhis wife and Wm. Kelly, whom he found curium mn.. merchants, who will tell you something his party. He was ft great Sman in near- - 'are Ditblishim about him u .,.,, 1,1 at home with Mrs. Moore. 1 tie latter at- country will not (ak u knlfu. ly every Bense andlthe, ., ,... tackedher husband with thousand tim to your interest. soon look on his like again. The re-- am t(m t,otlgaml limcs meaner Purges Tho Fayette , county court refused to . ... . , . . . ,, , , . fc inain .vere laid Jto rest yentoma, ami t0 EMlr D K Qaldivell life'a fitful fever over, mav he sleep well. guilty of even the suspicion o' making to probate, because he was unduly intlu out an improper or illegal bill against thu enced by his second wife to cut oil' a f.N view of.the fact that hundreds) of, State. Keep cool, old fellow; wo are daughter of his first without a shilling. or.. .. ..nit r... man 11IIJ' fl Villi. tllPlr hnilPH OilVUUUL 111.1 ....... WITtl vmi unit' "- -" (n..k.n. ...AM.. " "" anil "" luen Tho latest thing in trust? ia a bcheme govarnme nt office, the following from, in this country to the Courier Journal is both tininlv and "TlIK Drotetthltinil luMr mmn it.: ii.i. of tho IS circuses to increane the price of admiscombine true: There is.noth.ng in government llltt8ked courjtenauco Uw p0MlIft8,ve sion to about double what it novv it,. Is the strongest, safest nnd most employment and government salaries for, ,)re63ofUsov.a ,,revaricdCitV( j8 the against tiia little chilyoung men who have the right ort of way in which Walter Emer-bon- Think of a trust prosperous institution of the kind and blood in them. It is s:mp y a 80U, of tho Covington Commonwealth, dren The annual legislative, executive and doing business in the State. sinking of individuality, of perKmal ef- - oxprc8S(;8 the ine .,It ,warb , Qn ,u f fort and perBonalJaepiration, to become t,10 por8aMivo odor of ,u owu linpro,,. judicial appropriation bill has been reported to the National House. It appro- cog in a remorseless;! machine which biIl Walter must have just return-grinJohn II. Leathers, President, of mere subsistence ed ffom BoslnKe priatea $21,077,003, or S2i2,i:51 leas than out the grist the appropriation for the current fiscal while it grindsut heart and hope and John 15. Pirtle, V. President, Thk empty honor of a nomination for!.V(urmanhood. Go to work, aud let tho olli- . . S. B. Dole, now preaulont ot tJie proA. G. Langhain, Sec. & Treas., ces go to grass. It would bo a great deal U . S. Senator by tho 15 republicans in BOOK-SELLEhotter for tho young men of this country the Kentucky Legislature was given the visional government of Hawaii, is a eon C. M. Phillips, Gen'l Manager. Federal olfices whatov Hon. Gus Vill8on, of Louisvillo, by a of one of the late American missionaries if there were no The Largest Stock to select from. Prices alwas as Low er to be emptied nnd filled as the politic- vote of 8 to 7, over Judge James II. Tins-ley- , t Hawaii. Ho was at one timo hecond supreme court of est. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. of Barbourville. George Denny was associate justice of the al winds may blow or as the civil service Watchput in nomination, but was, with tho Hawaii. es, Clocks and 'Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. may list. BOARD Thu danger signal in tho Louisville other entries, dropped early in the nc Ouk esteemed prohibition contempo- tiou. harbor Sunday night whistled tho news rary, the New York Voice, suggests that that the great gorge at Madison had broOld Gold and Silver taken in exchange for goods. Tiik deaths of distinguished Col. T. P. Hill, President, before Mr. Carlisle takes the treasury men, ken and was sweeping down the Ohio, y which "tread upon each other's heels so Every precaution has beon taken by the portfolio, that bo tako a coiupo in n Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal paH. C. Walton, V. President, Cure. The editor of the Voice ought fabt they follow' put the obituary writ boats hero and no great damage is exC. Sine, Sec. & Treas., tronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite A. as reported at to be given a courso of penal (servitude er to a test hardly known in our his- pected.Much damage tcntion, honest gooes and fair prices. H. Helm, J. S. Rici;, Agents. tory. A. R. PENNY for elauderiui! his betters. from Madison. -- nil over but the ehoutinp ami Gex. Bkauo, who "loved Cleveland for nnil I1IO KIIV'iLi" Will 1n (tin tho enemies ho made," was defeated for v (Will lit a fnllntvnra shouting After reading in tho daily U.S. Senator from Wisconsin by Col. Jno. ... I 1. . a. a .. At... If .tflaArt iv trntii I. Mitelipll. who is aartimr his second " 6TANF0RD. KY.. JaNUAUY 31, 1RP3I ,! ,. . ...... biinv term in Congress. Ho is immensely I ItiMly lllGIWl iltt31IU"0 Stone's followers were ngcreesive nnd wealthy ami very popular. Gen. Bragg I confident, this dispatch to tho editor was the originator of tho expression IP. from Hon. I). D. Kdmiston at Frankfort "coileo-coolers.- " which ho applied to came- - Friday afternoon like n clap of those pensioners who hung on to the thunder from a clear sky: rear of armies aud did nothing to entitle McOreary ins withdrawn and Lindsay them to the bounty of tho government, will he tho next U. S. Senator. nnd that class of cattle are very happy A few minutes afterwards it was wired over his defeat. that Stone had also withdrawn and what Tub long expected end of Hon. James seemed for a week or two to promiso a Thk Covington Commonwealth tells G. Blaine came at 11 a. m. Friday at his lone-drawout struggle had settled it- - the story in this short order: Clay crept homo in Washington. Surrounded by jself by leaving but one candidate in the out, and Brown bolted; Dandy Jim drop-his faithful wife and children, ho piss-- d field, tho nnd big brained o d his cards and Stone rolld away. peacefully to the great byond and as Lindsay. Gov. McCreary's reason for NEWSY NOTES. hisKpirit'took it flight America lost its withdrawing is that ho saw the hand most mnguetic citizan, as well perhaps writing on the wall that he could not Tho Home, Ga., Panitarium was as tho greaten statesman oi ins day. win this time, as the race had practically stroyed by an lire, with a Born in Pennsylvania OS years ago to- been made up before he went to Frankloss of $100,000. e day, he graduated at Washington fort in response to the call of ardent Win. Scoggin, aged 10, was hung at 1847 and shortly afterwards came friends. Stone's reasons were similar in Birmingham, Ala., for killing S. Schua-tig- , to Kentucky and taught school for awhile and both deSemi-Week- ly lNTERioRJouKNftLJrnd!; ""?? "'" ". ffra 3 W. WALTON. While the Jlanajer is Gone -- SIX : PAGES. The Clerks are almost n big-bodie- Givnra : GOODS Col-lefl- i nfTAIf The Louisville Store. post-ofli- co NOW IS YOUR TIME Friends and Customers. :rn .!...... a I J ;. four-year- .!.. - io, non.l . 1 I I .,.. - The Very : Best : Goods WILL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU ALL. one-hal- f KcKmEY BROS. Fancy Groceries, Fruits -- Confectioneries. : f i f . I Baker's Bread Always on Hand ! - to-da- al. Salo . - i -- Few More Building Lots ( i"y Building & Loan ASSOCIATION, s 1 I I rf .! ...... ...-.-. ' ""- 4 - of i.OTrxs"srixx.:E, ,,. e j.h-falnti- u ! j ds I - j DRUGGIST AND JEWELER And R. .: tl. I AT STANFORD. Engraving Beautifully and Artistically Done. ICec-le- Jliii -- fl'l w tfr-'y!l!lw'V- y 7rielrfKt--j1lW- 3 V. 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Oait. Julian Vest lina shop to U'nlton Bold IiIh hutch-o- r for $'22o. Btanfoiu), Ky., Januauy 2)1,1893 te. I'ou Hk.nt. .My repldencu Htid fivo ncri'H of land. John Hull Gilison. l!o.iii)Kits o. WALTON, MEANS nun. Managor BUSINESS. Wantku, either with or Mrs. Uitinlo Hurkt). without rooms. Kcmkmiirk M. F. Hlkin pays thu highest tnnrkct price for furs, hcuf hides, te., ENfliuvi.NO hentitlfully and artistirally in cash. Jono at A. H. IV'iuiy'u. Tiik lower oIHcch In the Boy your hooks and Bchool Bitpplii's of from A. It. Poiiiiy, who buIIh are being wAlnscotedand otherwise im all kinds proved. them nt iuhlitshur'i pricea. court-hoim- e Havk your watch, clock and jowetry G. A. I'ryton has received a hand- repaired at A. K. Penny's. All work some wagon in wliiclt to deliver toe nunc warranted. and butter from hia dairy. Kemkmheb thntall Hilverwaro. wntchen, rinKH, Ac, bought at A. It. 1'enny'B will Foil Kent. A very desirablo room be )Krnved fren of chnrgo. with dressing-rociattached; pleasantly located. Call at this oflicu. PERSONAL POINTS. ditional machinery to his mill and is now prepared to servo his patrons in yesterday. his line with anything they want. Seo Mian Ju.nnik Wkst, of IlarroduburK, is notice. .. with Misa Alien Lytlu. I'nor. S. V. Johnson tells us that n Miw. J. S. Kihii In visiting her dauih-tr- , literary society hns been organized at Mru. J. G. Carpenter. Click McOaulky, of LomIbvIUu, has the Academy And that next Friday night it will give a public exhibition at the been vialtiug 8. 0. lindram. Mum Mollik Wklui has been on n via building. it to frienWa at Junction City. Sink & Mknufkk have sold to Mrs. SuMibsMaiiy ISkouoii, of KinKsville, is san Harris a lot on Iower Main street fishing Mr. Thomas Dalton. 68 feet frout by 'J10 deep, for H50, and TiiKGIeu Club will meet with the are figuring to put a house of six rooms Misses Lnckoy Friday night next. on it for her. Kldkk Maiitin OnriiNfl, of Kockcastle, An Uncle Tom's Cabin Co. is bearing waa thn uncut of J. M. Hendrickn. down this way, but if it gives its chest-nuttMisa Maiiy Uaiitkk bppnn a largo performance in Stanford, it will school nt McCornuck yeater-day- . have to buy Walton's Opera House doing so. Mit. ltniNKY Fiaii has gone home nick and Mr. Ivan Rh is in his pl.icu at tlie Ukv. Wallack Tii aim bought ol John depot. M. Wharton, of this place, a pointer pup FouitofMr. J. M. Coirey'a children for j:io. The reverend gentleman seems have been down with the pneumonia to bo Hush of lucre when he can make and thu youn'eat Ih htill wry ill. that kind o( an investment. Mimes Minnie VanAiu)ali:, of and Sue Kout, of I).iuvillo, Tiik snow has disappeared under the melting influence of thu clear ami balmy (pent Sunday at Mr. J. V. Hutit'a. Mn. Ci.km Bkeciiku, of Lexington, wan weather, which lasted until yesterday, ben it was ohowiry and gloomy. "Fair, over Sunday to sen one of our luuulcoiu-p- a colder," is the prediction for and mot stylish yonn ladle. Mustm Mattik Klki.v, of Garrard, and Tub Xohfl JoLLiTiiif, a musical orMattiu Miller, of Madison, aro the jruohtH ganization of much merit, which is booki of Clara and Ophelia lackey. ed for Walton's Opera IIoiiM, Feb. U7, Misa Doha. Cahh, a very handsome are playing this week in Havunna, Cuyoung lady of the Miywood neighbor ba, v.e see in the New York Clipper. howl, in visiting Mli Jennie Wither. Suuimr J. X. Mcnkkkk has begun to Mna. Moi.mk Win uiid Mian (Jeorgla rebuild on thu site of his house recently Wray weio called to bitiiavfllc- Saturday by the continued perioim illneps of Min. destroyed by fire. The building will be after the order of the old one. and larger J. T. I.ynn. Kanoy .V Allen will do by two rooms. Miwm. W. II. WitAtiK.v ami Will the work. went to Lexington Sunday and remained to hear Hob Ingrroll lectuie Tiik lines in interest haveagreod upon last ni;lit. the Inauguration rate. It is to be one Mu. Kn II. Jo mm has decided to go in- (are fnr the round trip and' the Chutu-tnukto thu uroocry and hardware biiHimiMint fc Ohio and 15. & O. are already 1'iiioviUtunil went to l.)iiiHvillo venter out with their announcement ;1J both thy to lay in his atock. ways from Cincinnati. Miw. Iai-kMi Anai.lv, who has been Tiik parsonage mid home misfiiou socion a visit U) her daughter, Miw Ijiurn McAnally, at the college, loft for her ety of the M. It. Church, South, will meet with Mrs. Lottie Holmes Friday afterhome in Now Orb-ntSaturday. noon. A full attendance is desired, that Kkv. Ciiaklks IS. Nami, editor of the Kentucky Baptist, which hna recently being the time for the election of oillcens been rtmovel to luiavillo and great- for the entiling ywr. Mrs. W. (!. Sec'y. ly improved, ww here Tiiday, the gueat of Hv. It. II. Mahony. Tiik trade between W. II. Htcginsand A rswdayaago Jlw.J. 1'. Itovin wan and Dr. J. . YiitiAradnle wan larger mlled to Moiitfcello by the illmw of her than at tlrst reported. It included befatber,Mr. J. I). O.ittn. Nuwscnmo yes- sides the store, his residence on Lower terday that he wna as low as ho could bo Main street for which he gave :j:t,r00. and Unit death was liable lo occur at any The whole transaction called for neaily time. S,000 ami was spot cash. . Mu. Wii.i. Shanks, member of the clus Tiik Spring Session ofStantord Female ot 'Hit, Centre College, has been compell-f- l to giv u p his Htudies for the preaent College opened with nix new pupils, run on account of trouble with bin eyea. He ning the number to cousiderally over loft for his home at .Stanford Thursday. 100. MihScB Liccie I.ynn, Lizzie Mont gomery and Limia Tucker are the names Danville Advocate. of thrrne not heretofore mentioned. The College is in hplrndid condition and is CITY AND VICINITY. daily adding to its usefulness and popuSki: Danks, the Jeweler, in the new larity. fiiib-Rcripti- Mil A. IIavb Iiiw nono to Owcnsboro. Mini Kiiooa Lu.swkohi) returned from Mn. J. II. BmoiiT had added some ad- ministers will have tho pamo op A. C. SINK J. N.MENEFEE portunity to convince the pews that they " Tii is Stanford Academy opened its now havo Spring term with an increaso ot seven It is said that the weather is so pupils, making the enrollmon; now 61in Uuesia that tho wolves arc InProf. II. F. Johnson and his assistant are vading the villages and devouring the giving much satisfaction to the patrons inhabitants. of thu schools. Deputy U.S. Marshal .X.Faulken- Mn. and Mas. Jok Cokkby have divid- burg was ntmsilnuted by n band of timed tho business of the running thu Cof- ber thieves whom he was in search of fey I Ions". The old man sees after the with a posse, near Batesville, Ark. Col. George K Graves, the represensaloon and stable, while Mrs. Cofley at tends to tho hotel proper and her guests tative of the British Koyal Commission Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, arc to the World's Fair, was found dead in say she has improved it wonderfully. unsurpassed. his bed at the Virginia Hotel, Chicago. Announcement. Our new firm is now Arthur Watoon, whoeo trial for tho ready for husincEs, and while the old murder of a school girl, who refused lo one would return sincere thanks for mnrry him, was fixed for yesterday at what you hnve done for him, wo hope Covington, escaped from the jail there WE the new firm will he able to continually through the carelessness of a turnkey. ileseryo your confidence and patronage Another cold wave started in the far Hughes Si Tate. Xorlhwest Sunday night, but is not exThat hold, bad man ol the.Mt. Yernon pected to reach this latitude. In ManiSignal came down yesterday and threat- toba and Northern Minnesota thu temened to annihilate us if we did not say perature was from !!0 to J3 degrees bethat the article about the Laurel county low zero and in the Xorthwest Territory teachers was not in his local columns. 44 below was reported. Of course under such restraint wo hnve NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Come to the great Sweeping the great Clearance sale of the new to say it and hero she goes: She wasn't in there. firm in Cloaks, Overcoats, Heavy Suits and heavy goods of all Exckllknt reports come from the Now Crusher and Bolting Cloth. kinds, to be swept out regardless of former prices. Come and examschool being taught in the Crab Orchard Havlns 4dH to my Mill a Corn Crunhcr, one ine no trouble to show goods. We will not give prices, for we are at the that college building by Mrs. Bettie Buchanan, grindwill grind cob anJofall anilami mix aatne time grain any other kind it to suit who is a graduate of Stanford Female, a any one. and alio put in a new Hour Itolting Cloth, I am prepared to make you tome good lady of refinement, botli by birth and edIliirr Flour; and am putting n a Meal will ucation, and a splendid teacher. She has Iloh, im have it ready in a week or to. J.H.1IKIG1IT. 96 '28 pupils, whose reported advancement speak tho highest praise of her. Do you want some Heavy Dress Goods A. re - Coai. vases and coal hods cheap at A. Warren's. U thn & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of Tlie Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Wo Carry ay iall Lino of Buildor3' Supplies. -- ARE : BEADY. Everything Now in Line For Business. on Going : to : Sell : Them. AT LOW PRICES ? If so, come and see us. y bo-fo- re In tho Boyle circuit court tho widow of James W. Sampson, ot Junction City, was awarded $10,000 damages against the C. S. 11. PUBLIC HESTTXXTG. An Ekecutors ot the will of we will on J. L. Dawson, deed; 1 Sampson was a brakeman Monday, February 13, 1893, and was killed last year by neing knock- County court day, before the door in ed from his train by an overhead bridge Stanford rent to the highett and belt bidder about gu corn and about and run over. Thu suit was brought for thirty " (30 acrei ol land. to in twenty do) acres lor oiti. 11 u.PAVt 1. liV"0., v. I.. $:W.0O0. Tho railroad will appeal the J. 11. UKJGHT, II. court-hnut- e " a f case. 963t Har-rodsbur- to-da- y. Mit-sct- A thick entered M. F. Klkin's input shop in the old Commercial Hotel build ing Saturday night by breaking out a portion of thu window sash, hut got only J 1.90 in money and furs valued at ;.') or $1. Xo meat was missing and some overcoats and other clothing wore not taken, showing that the thief wanted money and things that could be easily converted into money only. Democratic Thousands Will Wttnoas tho lnnujrxiratlon. Waliuigton ol IrrniR tnocrc.it Tho road to Will be our motto. We are receiving our Spring Embroideries, Laces, White Goods, &c, &c. Come and look at them. We will Muslin Undernext week show a nice line of Ladies' Ready-mad- e wear in Gowns, Skirts, &c. We hope to deserve your confidence and patronage. PTJSH, PUSH, PUSH HUGHES & TATE. -- 1 rut inducement! in thu .iy ot cencry, hutor ic interest and tl.o Chesapeake and Ohio l.'v, which patsck thro" the battle nel.U r irjrin 1.1 and Va. and the rnoit , nm repi mrc gion! of America The K. K V Is the onlr Dining Car Tram. All the through traim train Jtrucc Ik - Sov-urauc- e o Ir you aro undecided 113 to what office you will apply for, cqiiih to our ollicc and ecu this "lllue Hook." It contains r tht iiHine nnd Biliary of every oliico thu government and tolln you how to proctftsd to Kit onv. If you will take our ndvlcu you will not proceed, though. Solomon iiuift hnvts had such odicofl in his mind when ho wrotu in KcclesinsteH: "Vanity of vanity of vanitien, all is van hcatn' tin-do- Vt THE LADIES Are invited to call at the CASH BARGAIN STORE and see our beautiful line of NEW HAMBTOOriS ASTD LACES, ity." M -- a Ka-ne- y, Of Dr. James Hodluy, who appearu at Waiton'fl Opera House, l'uli. 11th, tho Hatinihal, Mo., I'oat Kay.: "The lecturer is a ciftud mat), ilirt How of language is something wonderful. His poweiH of description marvelous and facial oxprps eion w.'fcct, eo far as I ho comedy in hia lecture Rivts scopt. His lecture, 'The Sunny Side of Life," nhould bo heard to be appreciated. It makes one butter, if only for the evening The doctor occupied the platform pretty nearly two hoiiM and his auditors felt that lie was not mbre than half through. Such have a tendency to elevate mankind." CHURCH elecrlclty nnd with iteam. For lowest Excursion Katci np iv to neuret ticket Hint (iniipleip iTiWrastlori nsetit cr .uldtcti C. 11. Ryan, As,iUnt Onnr.1l O. I'AMenger Audit. Clrn-icuti, ar'hcritedwith 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 aroTEOE. offer at ritivnti- m!c all or iht ol and pcrttraal praprrty now tinder niy io:itiol, coniistli of o well tcWclrd I - We are giving with every Sio's worth of goods. OBATOU POBTBAITS & Ask for a tiofcet. Stock of General Merchandise, In my ttorc Opposite Coffey House. 1 CI txw 111 th sNo lit. e to itory I town el Crib Orchard, Brick Store-Hous- Occupy and the Kami Upon hich I now rMlil, know n , thn Graham i.lucc, about 'J mile friiii Crab Orchard on the l.anoiiieritid Crab drch.ir J turnpike, contitinln( about 100 sum. IliuK a'l rieir.ble priofity void at a liaiiMni nnd will Pocition given iniinrdiatil. All (kimm I have claims ngairiM mt1 FARRIS HARDIN, Dealers In hrtiby I ulin.-- ih t m m AFFAIRS. J 95-- m thj i.mc rniike IMIA1LKY, iiiimcdi-aiesfttleniti- .t. !Kr., Cub Orchard, Ky The late Dr. Dudley, (.JeorRetown College, held ance on his lift. prehident Sl'O.OOO of insur- FiSLHM FOR SiSXJS. 1 Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Queensware, Wagons, Plows, and Most thing in Farming Implements. Any- block. London Oi'kka lorsK. W. II. son iV Co., London, write us that they will have by th'i 10th of February a nice little Opera House, with a seating capacHest X. O. Molasses, Sorghum, Maple "nice chairs and new scenery ami Caramel Syrups at A. A. War- - ity of 10i), just painted in Chicago. They want a J Jack- Youit account is ready. Call and lie. I mean you. A. It. Fenny. net- - ren's. company to open the house on the loth Mackkkkl, pig feet, roast, corned ami mid managers would do well to commuA:!., broiling beef, preserves, jellies,! McKinney Hros. at nicate with them. A ui'flK bowlder rolled down into a cut 1J inilfH south of Mt. Yernou Thursday night, nnd the 1th section of freight Kev. (.1. W. Perryman is conducting 'the 1'trit Nation Hank of Stanford offer. for a meeting i.t Cynthiaua, which his reah' sulted in lo additions so far. Mr. Moody Bays we aro safe in tl 0 A VERY DESIRABLE FARM, midht of evil us long as the evil is not in ACUKS OK LAND, tituated in us, as a ship in the ocean is nnfe as long Oititaiiiin,; Lincoln couuty, Ay , at the junction of thu Lancaster and Stanford Turnpike road and tho Hush as the water is not in the ship. llranch Turnpike, heinp about 2 mile from Stanlit. Rev. Thomas U. Dudley celebra- ford It i bounded oil the ca.t by the Kuth l'ike; on the wot by farm of John llrieht; ted thu 18th anniversary of his consecra- llranchnorth lijr the I? nd of Mr. Sulton and on o the tion as bishop by special service in Cal- the south iv tho farm of II. S Withers Thu farm ha a good duelling ot 6 rooms, a large vary church, Louisville, Thursday. It is well wattr and a eiy larce corn houe wheat. jjocs-ioThe First Presbyterian church at ed and ha about 40 acre in 1st, 183 Fullthis fatinn will he Riven on March If Logansport, Intl., was destroyed by tiro incotsjlil ir.alely hy Sunday. The church was valued ntSIO," 000 and was insured to the ox tent of 13TH, X893, !. tta-lil- rt 510,000. FEBRUARY V. train Xo. :1J ran into it, derailing the engine ami seven cars. It was in a very llitAM iiKs Tauuiit. Latin, Greok, bad place to work ami it was fully -mental arithmetic, higher mathematics, hours before the truck could ho cleared, penmanship, etc., Clms. II. Holmes. and all trains were greatly delayed. A slide on the Corbiu branch at ItoobtaUo ABi. connections at Junction City were caused much tiouble and delay. missed yesterday, consequently wo have na Danvillo news to present this mornHuokk'Hkh Aiim. Mrs. HichardCobb ing. fell on the ice Saturday and broke tho of her right wrist in two W. II. HitidiNs soht yesterday to MrF, small hone places. Dr. Peyton was called and soon Mary C. Hrnnaugh the'house and lot he in good shape, and we bought of Dr. VnnArsdalti for?:t,500, jioh had the member aro glad to report thai tho snllerer is do session to be riven Auril 1. ing well. Mis. Sam Helm, Sr., living in Tiik freeze and thaw have left the tho faiiiu neighborhood, who recently turnpikes in wretched condition, as well broke a hip, is improving slowly. Mrs. as the! streets. The attention of the F.van Waters, who was badly bruised up eounciliis called to Depot street, which by a fell, is also better. in the language of the poet, is so nearly Tiik Literary Society, notice of the oi impassible, that it is hardly jackassi- ganization of which was made in our hist issue, has arranged for tho noted lector Tiik New Stanford Holler Mills, now er. Dr. James tlledley, to deliver the belong toS. II. k J. II. llaughmau, the "Sunny Side of Life" at Walton's Opera longer having bought the fifth interest of House, Feb. 11. The course will consist Mr. ForestUB Keid for $2,570, making the of three lectures, and season tickets will property stand them a little over $13,000. bo sold for $, otherwiio tho admission TemIt istlw cheapest propeity in town at to each lecture will be Ute. John likely ple Graves and DeWitt Miller will that price and we are sure the new ownbe tho other lecturers. ers will make big money out of it. I Wk nre making a specialty of Arizona cook stoves. Kvery one fully warranted. W. II. Wearen ,t Co. The L'dl Hopkiusvillo Sam Jones' II will bo offered publicly and o)d on that day at door in z o'clock, P. M , before the converts have united with seven church- Manford to thehiehest bidder ritKHS. Purchaser will be required to pay es us followed Baptist, ";!; Methodist, in cash and the balance in two equal installOluiBtian, r0; Presbyterian, 111; and ments, due In und 3 Witt, with Interest at 6 per ('.', cent, per anni.iii. Noter to Im irnred by lun on l'piscopal S. land. J. S. HOI'KKIt, President. The lato Bishop Urooks left an ci1S92. 1S72 tato valued at $7oO,000 and ho earned every cent of it by his splendid service in teaching men that there aro better things than money. St. Louis Immense slock of Kruitainl Ornamental Trees, court-houto one-thir- d 1 New Stock, Latest Styles All Shapes, Sizes From 6 i -- 2 to 71-- 2. H. Orchard, Lawn, Garden. 7J Globe-Democra- J. MblROBERTS. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. i Rev. A. S. Moti'ett left yesterday Umatilli, Florida, where ho will spend two weoks in the company of his former college classmates, who hold a there; and also to recruit his health, which has been but indilleront of late. Midway Clipper. From one who ought to know good preaching when ho hears it, it was remarked that Bro. Arnold preached a fluo sermon Sunday night. His subject was 'Repcntauce," and he handled it in tho John tho Baptist way. Bro. Mahony whh in the audience and ho endorsed the sermon most heartily. Col. Rob Iugersoll insists that tho World's Fair bo opeued on Sunday and says, "God had tho first world'ri fair on Sunday; Ho overlooked His six days' work." Then he takes a crack at tho churches and declares that a Sunday fair will not lessen church attendance, for n small Fruita, Shrubs, Vines and Plant'. Prices low. We hitic iiu agent and our profitt cease for where theirs hecln. Genpr.il aud Strawberry Catalogue on arplicatlon to ll.r. HILLKNMKVHR, Lexington, Ky Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday. January 24U1, 1S93. I'ult corps nf Conservatory and Nrmil ScIumI teachers, (superior courses in Literature, Music' An. Excellent lioaralnc department. Catalogue and circulars furnished on application. -- H .6.RUPLEY,-e- - AT- - Is Keceiving' His Jessc Thompson's Barber Shop, There are three of the best llirbers in the State There are also excellent Hath Kooms run In connection Aseiit lor I exinton Steam I.uundry IF'AILILntKTlsMcQCOOBS Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. li I nllrli dmLkmmtii4Jii' tg4tYTiy.i rthilMfctohlWs.sWjwsu.'s-- vWMS8a-a- , .wrt "i V j: Semi-Weekly Interior Journal at ..VI) VAIN SEVERAL GOOD STORIES. GEORGE WAS RATTLED. Dosorvlng PrrUao. We desire to sny touur clliiens. that for years we have been selling Dr Kind's New Discovery ubilshed Every Tuosday aud Friday 2 I?K IIYKAK srYheu not so paid 12 CMC $2.60 will be charge d."51K K.G. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning 5:1a p. m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. I, Eipresttraia ii" 1 ail train going North South " ' North South.. South ...u Local Freight North ;t ,.......io .710 jjjpm pm 11 am 40pm The latter trains also carry pas sengers. The abore it calculated on standard time line is about o minutes Taster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. .....53cpta Solar if vs j. Trains pass Junction City as fo'.lsws: South-boun- d Florida Special ii:io,"p. m.; Fait s Mail 11:30 p. m.; Fast line 11:15 --Z Special arrives at 1:40 . n. Nqrth-boun- d Special leaves at :o a. ra.; Fast Mail rt'jo p. m.; Florida Special 4:43 m.; Fast Llncjj.tj a. m. Dlue-GraiHlue-Grass drowning and gluttony. A man with a purple noso was fishing for porgies off a wlmrf, nnd suddenly falling into tho water n follow fisherman of benevolent aspect promptly hauled him out, laid him on his buck and then began to scratch his head with n puzzled look. "What's tho matter" asked the excited bystanders. "Why don't you revive him?" "There aro sixteen rules to revive drowned persons," wild tho benevolent man, "and I know 'em nil, but I can't just call to mind which comes first." At this jwint tho drowned man opened his eyes and said faintly, "Is there nnytlr ng about giving brandy in tho rules?" "Yes 'lhen never mind tho other fifteen." A Khodo Island deacon was inordinately fond of clani3. When once ho had attended a clambake ho overtaxed his capacity nnd was sorely distressed, but his faith in prayer was unabated. Leav ing tho party and going down on his knees behind a treo ho was heard to supplicate: "Forgivo mo, O Lord, this great sin of gluttony. Restore my health and 1 will never eat any more clams;" then, after n judicious pause, "very fow, if any. Amen." CHEAP FOR BAIT. POWDER Absolutely Puro Tarter linking Powder. It Rhest ol in leavening strength. Latest United State 5overninent Food Keport. ROYAL BAKING POWDERCO, A Cream of 106 Wall street, New York. BEAD THIS. 1o be the finest on the market by those who have J VEST. ttricd it. I am now handling Armours meat and am doing sell for cash at 6, S and 10 any own work and cents a pouud. Please give it a trial. It is said cn I THE F. RILEY B. HOUSE . RltiEY.lProprlotor, London, - - Kentucky. prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. FRANK RILEY. 7J I have moved to my new Hotel and am better l y 2Totice to the Traveling Public. I have had THE SHCLTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and Lave in connection with Hotel one of the best in che State, open day and night; a uight -- man meets all trains. In connection with House . have also one of the best Mineral wells in the State to water, call on Mr and Mrs and for reference G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ingram, Erin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. I). E. Proctor. C. H. Uraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr, and Mrs. F. I!. Johnson, New Haven, Jim Cox. Greensburir. Rates $ per . day. J. M. i'etrcy, clerk. Give me a call. I. W. CARRIER, Prop. 93o:y IDE. W. B. PENNY Dentist. Office South iide Main street, in oSce rectn vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. to an old fisherman up in tho country to if ho could get them somo bait. Ho thought ho could, nnd started off. Threo houra afterward ho appeared with n 10- quart pail full of anglowonns. Tho boys were nioraeu lest tnero should not be money enough in tho party for such a wealth of bait, but they put on a bold front, and somo ouo naked, "How much do wo owo you?" "Well, I don't rightly know" nuswered tho old man; "tho and is not so dlsagrecab'c as mustard; in lact is ground is kinder solid nnd tho worms is nlone?" Give .STANFORD, KENTUCKY, much superior to any plaster nn account of its Ho looked at her bewildered. far down, and it's been hard m my back 37 .imillties. If used in time it will "No, I cannot," ho said. pretent pneumonia, jo cent bottles far sale by to dig 'em, but I'vo half a mind to go V. McRohcrfs, druggist, Stanford, Ky. Havlne parchmod ir A T. Nunnelley his In Tho girl led him out into tho light. fishin myself tomorrer, nn if you'll give ery Immihc. I can --) feHnd al hl.sdd stand rrady "George," sho asked blowly, "aro yon mo half the bait we'll call it square." to waitsmika public st any time day or miiht A Disturbance ROWLAND, KY., hero nlone?" .Nulhinj bat Isn't whit sou want, if jour stomach and bow. I IK DREW THR LINE SOMEWHERE. HARDWARE, III GROCERIES, ou "No," ho replied, "you aro with me." els are irregular Hut's about all tor a get with DEALERand Shoes. Cigars and Tobaicw. OhU FIRST-CLASIt is related of Dr. Noah Hunt Schenck. Hoots ihe ordinary pill It may relieve you meoictit : TURNOUTS "Am I here aloiie?" of Brooklyn, who was nn imposing look but jou're usually in a w use state afterwards River Salt for sale by tho l.arirl. Will taVe country produce in etchange for kmIs at market price shall leave my stable and ray pricts will be as than before This is just where Dr. Pierte's Pleas-a"No, I am with yon." ing man, with a lino voice, and a great Rrudhcad To- law a. th lowest D Pellets do rrost good They act in an .y I am also ancnt lor tlir nlj m't (argri my Stanford and "Then, George," eho exclaimed man to get possession of a church conand natural way, sery different Irum the nunc, baccos and will I. p a full line of thete goads in Rtwlaad 'bus line. U it possible when old fashioned pills. They're not enly nlaasanl, stovv.and all ta.kuf the merchants nl .Maaloid "hew vention through his gifts of presence and nn but altirward and their help and Rowland is to give me their orders and will oratory, that upon ono occasion when he neither of us is nlono that both of us aro lasts.there's Onelittte sugar coated pallet for a :cii)e nut the goods In their houtss at factors prices. nlone? Is not tho integer tho samo as its laxative three for a cathartic Constipation, in- - Thanking the puMIc fur liLcral patronage, ask. a had convention in good running order KAVGIHIAN, coutinuonco of same, aud rsinsin your olmllent attacks, dirtiness sick a rather insignificant looking brother fractional parts? Is tho sum of two pigs ul;etic:i. uillousaro promptly relieved andand bil- icrvant. J. II. IIU.ION, ious headaches cured. FIRE AND STORM uiado a motion that rather upset and nnd two pigs four beans?" and in tho 1 hey're the smallest, the essiest to lake, and the pill vo disturbed tho machinery. Tho doctor, fewirl of this Bostonian logic Georgo for- cheapestsatisfaction,can buy, for they're guaranteed to gisc or your money returned. You NOTICE OF JXC0RP03AT15N. equal to tho occasion, immediately sug- got why ho had so hurriedly entered the pay only for the good you get. Representing..... gested an amendment calculated to re room. Detroit Frco Press. Notice s hereby gisen tnat we, ike undctslga- store the situation, nnd, striding down A Hartford, of Hartford, lotm a ir.antaMe, ed, lave greel-tConn.; I'olltNl Again. tho aisle, shouted to tho little man, wavreligious corporation pursuant to Chapter . and its an rndiiicnts of the Ueneral Maiulcs el KenA single glanco sufficed to betray tho Manchester, of Manchester, ing his hnnd majestically, "Tako my tucky. SsiJ corporation shall bear the name and When Ruby nm aleV, w gave Cottorlx amendment, urotlier tako my amend- errand of tho two men with stubby When blie as be known as the Kvangcliral Keuirmed Ssint Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; a Child, alio cried lor Cn aorla. John's Cungrrgation al Oltcnhriot, iscnin Counbeards and masks who effected an en ment!" ty, Ketitucl v. It principal place, of transacting Ins. Co. of North When fJia beenmo MIk, h clung to CnstorU. America. Tho littlo clergyman braced up in tho trance through tho cellar window. business shall be at Otttenbrim, in Lincoln CounWhen Uio h.ad CtilMrvn, she pethcru Castorla. ty, Kentucky The general nature of the They were burglars. nisle, with his thumbs in his vest pockAll ef which air Companies, I would the members be pteassd to wait i my Iriends In be transacted is to proud in While their bearing wns not obtrusive ets, and energetically replied: "Xo, Dr. with thepreaching of the Holy Cospcl and all oth- icies promptly issued. Will Insure this tin. I'ol aains er means of grace There shall ne no capital does, wind storms and lightning Lightning torna Schenck, I will not. I will tako your there was that abont them which beclaus. stock. The corporition shall comiuciuc lis ea- - csatisched wifsntit additieaal chsrge pulmonic sirup nnd your liver pills but tokened a lack of culture nnd refineor rchruiry, and istrnce on the first day Office at First National llajiV, Stanfurd. ment. shillesnt for so scat, ending January Jl, ion. I will not take your amendment." Theolhcersoi the cougrrgmon shall be two cl Despite their considernteness in reA gentleman went to hire a horso of a iters and mo deacons, who totcthrr shall farm rsTaaoa.JK. T r. Ciak moving their shoes ution entering tho MYERS tins lioardol trustees. Iheiricrra ol tifliie shall livery stable proprietor who was very be two )cars and the eloctlon shall be held particular about his stock and always houso it was obvious that their moral ill the aunual general meeting on the first Sunday extorted n promise from his customers instincts had been blunted. in January The amount of indebtedness shall at no lime raced tho lna fide value of the cot .PRACTICAL.. not to drive fast as a condition of letting. "Hist!" rale property, not including debts contraiiml far Tho burglar with tho dark lantern "You can have tho horse," ho said, "if lobe paid when buildings aiwlu pruirsss of erec- Plumbers and Steam Fitters tion. The private) piopcrty of memUn shall bs you agree not to drive him fast." "Well." EpoKo convincingly, ns ono old in the P. W. GREEN, Prop. csetnrt Irum corporate debts, business. said tho map, "I waut him to go to a Dealers la all kinds nf Iron and Itrass Goods for JOHN JUKI K, Secretary, steam and water Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All which the vrkdnakp. They were standing in tho drawing This stable, Myers Is run n coneectlon withwith funeral, and I am bound to keep up with House, has been supplied hkidks'mrand, svork guaranteed against, defective material and kkrdinand room now. tlio procession if it kills tho horse." workmanship. c.ottkrikdtschanz. They were enthralled with tho low. A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, hi:nh hildkhrandi', Now York World. lOIINSWAHLKN, sweet sound of a woman's voico. Buggies, Wagons, CONRAD DISCII, IOIIN KOCHKII. "Oh, you can't" Poker Turms. RUDOI.K TRAIT II, ruiiimcr's Supplies and Is better than ever Co. nil. It wns a gentlo, flowing tone, liko tho prepaid isupply the public with JOHN DISCII. murmur of a purling brook. iohn r.Kic.r.isiiKiu; OK STANFORD.:'., ALllRKCHTSTAMPI'I.V IUQS OF ALL. KINDS. "guess where I put tho money, Oitcnhelm, Lincoln Co., Ky, I),cen.ber ji, Isbowiully organUed and ready lor business with dearest. To, he, ho" Personal and prompt attention given to W'edJICjs Her laughter was of tho rippling sort. Parties and Ilurials. W, Paid up Capital of P. $200,000. "it's in my stocking, nnd I tied AL. BURNS, Manager, GREKN, Proprietor. o Surplus, . sixteen knots over it." 000. There was a sudden rush of feet, nnd two burglars with 6ad eyes and dejected (in SUCCKSSOH to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL a HANK OK STANFORD, glanco might have been seen hurrying r? from the place. Detroit Tribune. i Now e!Mtng up ih Ihe same assataand see Somo young men from Boston applied SURGEON DENTIST. Jlio Miitliciniitlcnl fllrl from lloston Wni for Consumption, Dr. Kinga New I.tfo PilU, Tuu Much foi Illiu. Crmes In you every oilier day In the year lliicklcn a Arnica Mlve anil Klectric litters, nnd Office, over McRoberts Drug Store In tho r lor only $2 The cheapest and best raper Ho entered tho room hurriedly. have never handleu remedies that sell as well or Owsley lluilding. in Kentucky that have shell such universal satislaction. We $c gets three months. . Tho young woman standing by tho do not hesitate 10 guarantee Ihe.n every time ami stanfard. Address Tiik Auvocatk, Danville, Ky. open firo greeted him with a smile. ready tii refund the purchaso price if we stand satisfactory results follow their use. These A U. Lanharo lie strodo up to her in frenzied haste. remedies hate won do not great popularity purely John II. Cattleman. their She was frightened, for ho had never on their merits A. R, Penny, druggist. acted so before. of ChamlicrUl.i's Cough Remedy Tho smile faded from her faco and she In The success speedy cute of Colds, Croup and effecting a w nooping lougn has ntonht It Into K'cat degrew pale. At the close of our public school, we will begin mand Pontius ri Son, of n four months subscription school on "Hist!" ho said between his shut teeth. say that Messrs gained a reoitiation Cameron, Ohio, it has second to none "What is it, dear?" sho asked tremu In that vicinity. Jas At Quctn, of Jnhnttun, W. FEBRUARY 20TH, 1893. va , says it is the best he ever med II. I' Jones, lously. Al! branches taught that the pstrons may desue druggist, Winona, Mli., says; "Chamberlain's Ho glanced over his shoulder fur- Cough Remedy is perfectly reliable r ii luii.MPu t.in.i.i have al oi'im MISS CF.1TIK THURMOND, Asst tively; he peered into tho corners of tho ways warranted it and It never tailed to give the most persect satisfaction." otiles for great drawing room liko a hunted nnimnl. by W, II. McRobcrts, druggist, Stanford, Ky. sale "Are wo alone?" ho whispered hoarsely. In olivine; a com,h medicine for children " says BARBEE&CASTLEMAN II A Walker, Then it was tho woman's chnrnctcr in Utah, "never a prominent druggist ol Ogdeli, M,iiBmirivi!,il$on,0 lh.e mou '''I'M lines ol be afraid to buy MANAGERS, ever bundled In Stanford, selectthat fair young girl grew to its full ma- Cough Remedy. There Is no danger Chamberlain' from it and ed with an especial ylew to the wants of this relief is always aure to lollow. I particulaiv returity in an instant. trade. Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an r.pe. Commorco Building', Louisville rlenced trimmer, I commend Chamberlain's because have found with tne Ih'a season and I All her Hfo 6ho had lived in Boston, to be safe and reliable. It is intended especiallyit guarantee everything to Im In the latest and most Agents throughout the South. lor Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. yet no crucial test had over como to her bottles approved fashion he ladles arc invited to call for sale by W. II. McRoberts, druggist, and esamlne ray goods, which I will take as this had done. e oiamoru, ivy. in showing, "No, dear, wo are not," bhe answered MISS I.ICCIK IIKAZLKV. 6i W. A. TEIBBLI, Local A?mt, A Million Frlendd. simply, yet firmly. A friend In need is a friend indeed and ot less The young man started nervously and than one million have found STANFORD, KV. just such a friend in gazed nbout him. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs Ho was from Chicago nnd had been in great and Colds. If you haverever used this Couth Medicine, one trial will convince you many hnirbrendth escapes. UKALKR THOMAS YKAOKR. that it hxs wonderful curative powers in all dis- JAMKS YKACEK. eases ol ibe Throat. Chest and I.ungs. Each bot"Who's here?" ho questioned. tle Is guaranteed to do all that Is claimed or men Itlcrclimicltae, VEAGER & YGAGER, "You are," sho replied. eywilt be refunded. Trial buttle free at A. R. I know," ho tsaid impatient- l'enn) ' di tig store. Large bottles joe and Ji. "I know; And Coe.ntry Produce, FEED AND STABLEI Has onened his stock of coods and is ready to ly. "But who else?" serve tbeneonleof Stanfont and Ilmir He is Uucklln'a Arnica Salvo. nm," sho whispered low. "I The best stive In the world tor cuts, kiuun oiieringunnraru oi nargalns ami all who want 8TANFOHD, KY. good goods at Ihe Ii west oossiblo prices shou.d "No ono elso?" sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fer sores, tetter, chapcall on him on Ley an Avenue ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruji "No one." tians and positively cures piles, or no pay requirHo laughed harshlv. ed, it is guaranteed to irivv perfect sa'jsfactioc Wc are In iHir n w iatc " the Opera Houso "Why do you mock me?" ho nskod. or money retunded. Price se, cents per boi. Ulock anil are well suppiitU with For sale by A. R. Penny, Stantord, Ky. "Wo are nlcne." NEW RIGS AND HORSES "Wo are not," 6ho insisted. "Oh, For pains in the chest thete is nothing better SHOrMIKIOKthan a tlatinel cloth saturated with I'hainberlalu's George," and her voico took on a tender, Havebeen purchased and nothing but Pain llaltn and hound on o er the seat of pain. It turnouts will leavv the stable. pleading tone, "can't you seo wo are not will produce a counter iiritatiou without blistering 11 Bb A. S. PRICE, THE ADVOCATE ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Subscription School. insurance Company, If I 1 it TO THE LADII3. 1 nt 1 pleas-ut- C. D. POWKDL, -IN- Gcucrnl -:- Mil m w. c. HTTTOEriiras, -- first-clsi- s them a Call. Eivcry and Feed Stable, 11 m J HI. BIILTOlsr 1 S nt tn 1 11 J. II. s;-s- INSURANCE AGENT lui. o tii-n- it lr 1 bun-Iie- ss Crst-cla- ss ij. IIOISE FITTER Y STABLE n t. STRAXJB & CO., ijr Farmers Bank&Tnist IS Life. FIKST-CL.AS- S n & a Decided. "NOT COMING IN." DANES THE JEWEI-EH- , to O X southdown Ituck yearold Steer; 1 yearling an d good J,tlUICS. A Mistiilicn Inserlptlnn. A friend of initio in a Pennsylvania town recently celebrated tho day that For tho piinlcss extraction of teeth and other rounded tho quarter century of her martainor surjer. 1 ' hjvo tested its virtue sufficientried life. A number of acquaintances R.C. MORGAN, P. D,S. ly to know presented her with a largo coffee ixt, but imngino her chagrin to seo engraved on tho salver these words: , on tho anniversary of "To Mrs. l her twenty-fift- h wedding." New thoroujlibred Nineteen g.l Ewes and nlso one and Express. fat pound ; one FOB. SALE. i.joo corn-fe- York-Mai- d, 4- tr Mare .iimei, kouu s.i- - Kin,;Y(iltf, Lincoln county, Ky n M. CREIGHTON. FARM Danville FOUL SALE. rooms, new barn aud idl necessary outbuildings; also has fine spring. Call on me on the prcnil.es I mil sell nnvatelvmv Karmot si Acres on the Si Stiuford pike, three luilea Irom Mani iti. wull imniovi'il. with dueling ot nve oroaddre, T " "g'kNK will KELLEV a 8j-n- Lumber for ale. I will sell at the most reasonable rates and me 5 call. invito all who want Lumber to glva n JACOll IIAKI'LIUER, Ottenhesm. 70,000 feet of good Oak and Poplar LUiYiDCiI.SW MILL on the Somerset pike, eight milos from Stanford, and will have TTTVTDiTD stirt up next wcot Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Miner ami shippers of the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford land Rowland. Ofitce corner ol Depot street and IOOINS A WA1TS. Anollicr l'rnliluiu Solved. Mr. Suburb My dear, don't you think that instead of building a flO.OOO house and putting iniJCOO worth of furniture it would bo better to build two $.;,000 houses and put $300 worth of furniture in each? An OhsiTsiiif; ISrotlicr. Mrs. Suburb Of all things! What for: SH Little Boy How Mr. Subnrb So we'll nlwuys Iiavo one goin to bo married? soon aro you and house to livo in whilo tho other is boing Accepted Suitor Sho has not named cleaned. Now York Weekly. tho day yet, I hope sho does not believe in long engagements. Nothing Trlviul About That. Littlo Boy Sho doosn't, I know, Knowles For wliat peculiar reasons nil her engagements has been short 'cause ones, nro some divorces granted! An actor has Good Newn. been granted 0110 because his wife caused her clock to strike. Nome 3Ilsl:ili. Bowles That n trivial enough IIo (speaking of his sweetheart) There Knowles Well, not exactly so. You is ono thing, she has no enemies. Sho (in astonishment) No enemies! see, the clock struck his head. Jewelors' Why, 1 thought yon said bho was beauCircular. tiful London ion-sou. 1 Queen Margherita of Italy is a happy woman, in that sho is so well beloved not only by her ieoplo, but by her husband, the king. Sho has long been known as ono of tho beauties of EurojH?, but fcho has now begun to realize tho flight of time, and recently said to her husband, with some wistfulness: "I am too old to wear whito gowns any longer." Tho king did not contradict hor, but smiled and taid,"Let us take a fort night to think over tho matter." At tho end of that time cumo a large packing case filled with whito dresses of every description and of the utmost elegance. Tho case wns addressed to the queen and, prettiest of nil compliments, it contained a card bearing tho words: "Tho king's decision." Youth's Companion. O G.C3 ft s -- (fcr Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of c Watches, Clocks 5T:f c 3 s O c M w O c ft ft II , tmt rr fsa the same management. ny provisions ot ttschaii.r, depositors are as fully protected a a 10 depositors in National flanks, its shareholders being held individually liable to the calent ol the amount of their stock therein at the value thcreol, la addition to the mount invested in such shares. It may act as esecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who cnttusled their bulsineti to us while mnagiugl the Lincoln National liana, ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and liuit they will continue to transact their business with us, oflriiug as a guarantee far prompt alteo-lia- n to same, our twenty rears' rapenence is hsjiling andas liberal accommodations as aie continent with sound banking. uodti pr K' e. V. ssw I Jewelry Z , DIKKCTnMs; J.J. And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Aitistic Kngravinjj a Specialty. All goods sold engraved treo of charge P3 n " "O o o t - ' MBInslM Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. M. Hall,Slatifurd; J. S. Owsley, .Stanford; S J. Kmkry, Stanford; -O Oe- L J. K. I.)nn, Stsnford; 3 tiJ'Vour patronage respectfully solicited, o n ft n o c o (ixj A. W. Carpenter. Mllledgevilie; J. K, Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky S. 11. Snanks, President. J " Owsley, Cashici W. M llrlaht, Teller. c J. d iR-Kirst-Clatd FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY Capital Stock Surplus S200.000 20,500 Tit-Bit- s. mKm3mmm MJtYJt2fmA$i47?t THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KV., noon lunch?" inquired tho city man. "Because," answered tho suburbanite, "I don't reach my office soon enough to be nblo to return homo sufficiently early to get back again in time to start homo for my dinner." Chicago Tribune. Tlio Small Hoy's I'un. Jimmy Why don't ytr como ever hero an skate? Tho ico is a heap slicker. Tommy They's moro fun hero. If I Tim Case Tttlly TlsjiluliieiL II sitTTI -- vny 1 uon'i you go nomo tor youi him Who Ceirtiiln. 0 A JOSEPH COFFEYJPro'r. I JThu Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now in my charge and I intend to conduct it no as to not ouly maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list ol friends, bpecial accommodations for commercial travelers and fine roouts.for th dlsptoy of samples. was to break through here I'd likely drown, an over thero th water ain't a foot deep. Indianapolis Journal. Wlmt She AVuntid. Miss corns? edst mi lit rsti m Attention of the ptihiir is invited to the fac that this is ihu only Naiion.il Hank m Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositor are secured not only by the capital slock, hut by the stockholders' liability lor ao a I will open on January iMh, a smouut equal to the stock, so that depositors ol Dairt Irom winch I can sunnlr anv uuaniltvuf this Institution are ured by a fund of $4uo,co. Jersey milk to thn people ef Mantord uml Itotv-lanFive sorn statement of thocnndition of the bank at the lollow iii prlcsw, dtlivetcd . sic made each yearto the United States governKrcih Milk, per gallon n ccnta ment and its assets are csaniined al stated tunes or Kosernment agents, thus securuie addititoua Sicimmed .Milk, pir gallon 10 ceuu "' I'ciicsi .aiciy 10 iieposuors. This institution, originally established as th 8 cents lluttcr Milk, per gallon Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858, then I will make two tilps dally 'I he patronage ol tho ued as the National Hank ol Stanford in iWjand O. A. PKYTOtf. public is solicited. as the again National Hank ol 1 yr. SUnfurd, Ky. Stanlord in iS8j, has had First practically an uninterrupted existcncoof is years, It is belter supplied now with lacilities lor transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its loug and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully sollc-te.- t. IDjeLlZRY". if 91-- PXJBX.XC S&X.E 1 l JnckH. Jennets & Horses. T, J, Foster, The Directory of this Hank is composed ol of Stanford; vs-z- fBisZ&l WILLIAM MOREL AN II, Dealer in the above. February 9th, 1803, The day Ifollowing Mr. John T. Wddwanl's sale of saddle horses, 1 will s.ll at Mt. Sterling, Ky tiitccn jacKs, twenty nve jcnneis aim twenty nve lior'.oa. The Jacks are all old eiiuuh for service, The Horses include Quigg Have you a euro for Smith A First-Cla- ss Saloon' And BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached JOSEPH COFFEY. 37-- tf Drug Clerk Hard or soft? Miss Quigg Medium, please. & Gray's Moatldy. Ho Oh, I havo a splendid story to tell you. f don't think I ever told it to you before. She Is it really a good story? Ho Indeed it is. Sho (wearily) Then yon haven't told it to me before Lifo. Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a Specialty. Persons having any of the above described stock for sale or wishing to purchase same, will do well Six Fine Stallions, 2 Standard-breto call on or uddress me An experience of fifteen Trotters, ears in mis Dullness nas oeen 01 profit to me and think I can make It profitable both to the buyer And a nnmberof nico Geldings, Ac For nd seller. P.O. address Stsnford, Ky. address me at Mt. Mcrlirp, Ky ici Office at the Myers House. CLAYTON ho WELL. 1 90-3- Orders for Oattle, Sheep and Hogs Forcslus Reid, Lincoln co anty; J.W. Hayden, Stanford; S.I. Hsuichman, Lincoln; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Mocker. Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Ihll, Stanford. NY. G.Welch, Stanford; OFF.CFlS;,Vra'e' SU0,rJ' I. S. Mocker, I'residcnt; John J, McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKiuncy, Assistant Cishler. MM ? fri;iilSr.U ,. - - lf mJi n't 'sUslfcnVi T j., v&iJm