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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893020701 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. Semi Weekly Interior vol. xx. CRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Journal. NO. 98 STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1893. Supply the Missing Words. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. Answers to tho missing word problem Tho mombers ol thu Christian SunMonday was tho regular police court. With "Hapyy Jack" and your humbegan corning in beforo the edition con- ble servant both writing from this day Bcliool will give a mipper Wednes- No business of importance came up. day night, Feb. 8, consisting of icon anil it looks like the "cheapest and Tho ladies of tho W. 0. T. U. havo taining the sentences was entirely printoysters, for the bent-li- t of the church. All presented Kid. J. C. Frank with a hand- ed and since then every mail has added best" ought to contain at least a majoriWc now have to tho number, .'12 coming by Sunday's ty of the tilings of importance are invited. some silk tiuilt. that are Our Keeley Institute Is doing a We understand Hint a libural reward mall alone. Tho interest displayed war- transpiring in theso diggings nnd our great and glorious work for tho country has been offered to any one fiuding a rants us in making this additional prop- letters should be, to a certain degree, of osition: We will not only give a year's interest. Of course "Happy Jack's" are, in helping poor unfortunates to eacnpo street lamp burning. from the slough into which whisky anil Mr, E. B. Selvidge and lady, ot subscription to the Intkwor Journal but ns for mine, tho least Bald about any mag.tzino tho guessor may se- thctn the better. It is a dull season of morphine thrown thorn, and every man Chattanooga, are visiting at B. A. '. anl Of Oliver Chilled Plows, Bucher & Giobs' Imperial Plows in steel and lect tO BVKIIV ONB Who Supplies the the year and If there is a spark of symwho puts himself under itn treatment Miss Kate Landram has returnchilled and Malta Double Shovels. Bimply proclaims to tho world there- in ed from a visit to friends in Stanford. words correctly, but a tb.v dollar gold pathy in the hearts of the I. J. readers I in him "Sweety" Herring, of Louisville, is here riacK to tho one of the correct guessera aik that it bo extended to the writer ot ntlll a park of manliness left who shall draw it by lot. This offer is this column, which is even poorer than Mr. and Mm. Ilofrmau aro running tho spending a few days. open till :) !. x. Thursday, Feb. 10. Tho French Tipton's "Thin Column" in the hotel and are meriting great praiso. Sunday-schoowe Tho Methodist Crab Orchard, Ky. We have a now hoard of trustees learn from Prof. C. H. Holmes, has de- completed sentences will appear in this Richmond Climax. and I proudly give their namn. Messrs. cided to use all its surplus collections paper ot tlie Itli. Any person can try Atlanta has proven to be such a moral John Buchanan, I. Herrin, (Jeorge hereafter for a library. In addition to not exceeding twice, it being understood city that it has been found useless to W. A. Carson and A. II. Hastln to this, contributions of money hiuI that tho guesses of those who may have keep so many peace oiiicers and 30 of the With this hoard to regulate the town we books will he solicited and already the seen any of tho sentences do not count. 130 police have been given a leave of ablook forward to marked improvement committee has secured a fair share of Here they are again. Try your hand sence indefinitely. This is saying a and send in the result: Mr. W. K. Perkins is treasurer and J. B. both. great deal for tho placo but there are No. 1. Ill e. Was not consid- citizens who believe the reduction too Gilki-rsoclerk. These last mentioned As soon 11s tho weather will permit, of the town work will begin on the new buildings to ered desirable at thu Minneapolis Nat- great. It is most too big a job for 100 gave bond and tho proceeds 1)0 erected on thu opera iiouso situ aud ional Republic in Convention by a mawill now bo used for town Improvmen to keep order in a city of 104,000 ement. souls. West fc IUtson's store room. Tho lat jority of the delegates. 1. 2. B Our marshal, Mr. W. E. Lee, w ith his ter will bo huilt on thu north site of the ti That which Mr. Sam C. Lackey, who has been livhandbOinu uniform, bids fair to make a public square and extend to the alley. every plain woman would desire to be- ing here some four or five.years, is clerkI am now ready to wait upon my friends in anything in splendid olllecr. Ho sees that our 'own Th" other building will consist of three come. ing for Mr. T. R. Walt6n, aud is one of U. in lighted and has fitted up a rendezvous Clo . One who servthe most efficient salesmen in the city. largo store rooms w fth oliices above. for all who are disorderly on our streets. I,aticastcr is not 011 n boom, but is com- ed to defeat James G. Blaine for the He has a broad acquaintance which is Presidency in 1SS1.. Aunt Olara Singleton bus been sick ing to the front gradually. equalled only by his popularity. 4. for home time and wo hope when she reo eh. A result usually caused The Gate City takes the cake for pea blooJleas revoluriiorohai been turns from Mrs. Hundley Singleton's tion in Hawaii. The Queen has abdica- by a cunent of air or draught. culiar names. For instance: There aro her health will have been restored. Mrs ted and has au honorary guard ot ID 5. r. That which you can three laundry firms in town, tho propriBarker is very low alth dropsy. Mrs. men. Tho army, some (0 strong, has get vu thousand of by winning thu ilrst etors of which aro named as follows: &c I am also agent for a line of Stephens has also been sick, but is furnished 10 of its men to act ns a po prize herein oflered. Sam Sing, Sam Song and Sam Sung. It better, C. much r si. Something that foolish is not hard to guess to what nationality lio.. S. II. Dole, J. A. King, P. C. Jones Mr. lou lVttus leaves shortly for have constituted them- women who love display sometimes these gentlemen belong. There is a llor-iand W.O. Smith West Virginia to enter business. Ho is selves a provincial government, with an spoud too milch .money for. here whose name is Max Cutz, but i 7. an excellent, moral joung man and we advisory committceuf ht. Something that pugilists the public docs not know whnt he cuts members, all of wish him success. Prof. Diitson is here whom bear nainos indicating that they aru always willing to do if tiiure is mon- and I doubt not that he has lost money Equal to any ever offeicd here. Call and see them, I represent the instructing our band. He is a good and customers, from fear to enter his esaio natives of tho United tntes. The ey in it. famous teacher aud they aro fortunate in secur mimes of Jones aud Smith are somewhat S. Ha-- ri A man whose tablishment. ing his services. Mr. James Kish's fam- familiar to the public and those is almost constantly in newspapers name Strantrers w ho come hero say that At ily aro preparing to leave for California, ollictals are no doubt related to and whose trip to California attracted lanta is tiie busiest looking southern city to enjoy its delightful climate for awhile. thu Jones and Smiths of Grrrard, Mad- great crowds whenever he appeared in they know of. The streets are always Mr. Staik Fish will also leave for crowded with wagons, buggies and tho ison nnd other counties tu Central Ken public. i Ind., where lie will make his tucky. They now seek annexation to J. tu e. When of beauty and like, while the pavements are literally Call and see my line of goods before make any purchases. homo. We regret very much to give thu United States, aud if they can only v.iluo Berves to improve, beautify and jammed with pedestrians, seemingly Very respectfully, them up and wish them prosperity in keep the peace aud hold their army to- adorn and brighten any home. pulling for dear life. In fact they walk octheir now homos. Mr. Fish's sale 10. Qu- -o Vic . Prob here like eastern people, and that is very gether until Uncle Sam can bo heard curs Feb. 11 at his country home. ably better liked acro?s tho ocean than fast. from, they may eacti in some manner now S.un Small, the manage to feather their nests, 11s a job by most Americans. DANVILLE. In supplying the wonls do not pro- with his old love, the Atlanta Constituis thought to he concealed in the matter. Mr. Collins Holmes has rutin tied In the meantime, hurrah for Jones and ceed on thu hypothesis that any child tion, has been delivering some exceedIf that were the case we ingly interesting lectures this winter. can do from Colorado, very much Improved in Smith ' would hardly offer a prize for the boIu In a recent one in reference to some barhealth. Tho Kentucky managers of the Col- The series of Y. M. 0. A. mvetlnps iimliiiri Ivr tirnltlnti ur ta.tiil In hn I'll- - tion. The sentences were constructed keepers, ho Baid, thatBOine of them were at the Opera House, conducted by Itev. at.ml In .11 ..llnrt in l.nv.. tin. hfv,W after UlUCll thoilgllt.ind WO will give yOU actually so mean, that when they knock on Sunday Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just J. L. MuKee, 1). D clo.-c-d nrrilli.ii hv ir.nnrkf ..Hli.nr. nUr, In R Kter that it is going to tako much at hell's door to gain entrance the devil night. Tin so meetings have beou large- the State building as a part of tho exhib- ingenuity to supply tho words that seem would remark: "You are too mean to ed at old stand with ly ntleiided. come in hero. Take this fire and brimit of the Commonwealth. Kentucky has on the face so easy to do. Mr. (Jeorge 0. Keller, Jr., aul Mr. not Folio wingare thu names and postotliccs stone, go oil' somewhere aud start a hell been prolific in authorship, and tho Joe 0. Haynu havo bought out thu job number of book makers is really small. of those who have sent answers to date: of your own. 1, G. 1.. I'cunjr, Stanford department of the Danville Democrat. Collins, Smith and Shaler are thu princiThere is a policeman here named Ed. And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery j, A A.McKinncy, Jr , Stanford, experienced printers and de- pal historian while B. Both are Walton, I havo not sought his acquaintJ. Breckiuridge, s 3, Clarence K. Tnte. Stanford and everything to be found in a drug store I shall be pleasserve success. ance, nor have I attempted to Ascertain 4, Krneit Warrvn, Stanford. Stuart Bobinson, Nathan L. Bice, ed to see all my old custmers and as many new ones as will favor me, Mr. Win. Andrew Caldwell, an old 5, Mitt Motile HalM, Stanford. his record as a peace oilicer, but its dolami a few other divines seem to 6, W S. Ilurch, Stanford. citizen of Boyle, died Friday morning of havo been tho only ones who wrote lars to doughnuts that ho believes in tho Assuring them 7, Mist Jennie I' Summer, Stanford. Ho leaves a good cancer of tho stomach. old saying that "a good run is better books upon religious subjects. George S, Mn Joe K. Waters, Stanford. estate. His wifu and several children, D. Prentice published thu life o! Henry than a bad stand." Mrs J. W KIowcm, Rowland. 9, all grown, survive him. Do Gives' now Opera House, which o, Willie llendricki, Stanford. Clay aud was also the author of a book of Bs it, Mitt Lulj Mcncfut, Stanford. by the way, is the largest in the South, puns aud oue of poems. Mrs. Bosa Vert-ne- r HUSTONVILE. 11, .Mitt Annie C Ashlock, Stanford. are not yet opened. The scenery and all Jeffrey produced a book of poems New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. Mary Warren, Stanford, is in place and it is one of the mysterMr. Wm. 11. Hawkins has resigned and Mrs. E. D. Potts "Tho Song of Lan4, I). II. Held, London. ies to the people of Atlanta why he 15, Jamet Maret, Ml. Vernon. his position at Grays and is again with caster." W. F. Marion and Abraham 16, Mrs. K. It. Da 11, Dlltion. docs not put it to use. It is whispered the coal company at Lily. He came up Fulkerson, Jr., the ecccutric, published 17, William Walton Green, Junction City. that ou account of n lack of amount of Friday to visit his family. a small volume each of their poems. S, Mattie I'oarl lioldermio, aged la, Stanlord, money the keys have not been handed of Harrods-burg- , Chief Justice George Bobinson wrote a Mr. Phillips anil sister, 9, J. A. Craft, Louuul!e. jo. Mist Lily D. Grant, Lancaster. over by the builders. Thero are conaro visiting Mrs. John Diimiddie. short biography of himself aud John si, G. O. Hopper, Stanford. flicting reports, however. Misses Kate Cook and l.ou Hocker havo Mason Brown an.l Thomas M. Greene it, Mm Annie M, Penci', Stanlord Fannie Davenport is hero this week gone to Nashville to visit Mrs. Ann Cook wrotu books concerning the conspiracy jj, .Milt KobftU A. Iltight, Stanford. and is playing to largo crowds. Notl.ylt'H. 94, Mux Victoria llithop, Stanford. publishof Aaron Burr. W. T. Price h.u withstanding she is not as young 23 she tj, James K. Thurman, aed u, Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. John Beid gave a de- ed a book on the "Technique ol tho 76, Mils Ltiile Dlllion, Lancaster. used to be, she is a drawing card, is aleve in Drama." Tho life of Ben Hardin, one lightful entertainment on Friday a, Mits Cynthia A Hock, Stanford. ways met with applause when she apBeid. After supper of Kentucky's greatest men,, has also honor of Mr. Box aS, Mrt. M. II. llryan, .Stanford. pears on tho stage. She is followed by 3 j, Mils .Mary Martin, Maywood. .We have thu largo dining room was cleared and been published. A few native 1'atti Rosa. 30, Mrs. Mary C. IlralTord,11larlourvitle, those who enjoyed "gliding thro' the have produced somo works of 1i, llax 36, Shelby City. : Accompanied by a friend I went to dreamy waltr." amused themselves in tktion, hut they do not seem to have 3, Mrt. John S Moore, Shelby City. see Misa Davenport tho other night. To that way, while those who preferred created any considerable stir in tho it, Mrs. Nannie R. Stone, Gilbert's Creek. Biyshois excellent does not half exprominaded Bomo miietor aniuioment world. Tho fact is, Kentucky lias jl, Mrs. J. T Kmbry, Stanford. press it. In fact I am wholly unable to galleries, drink- been too busy raising corn, hump, tobac35, Miss MagleMay Traylor, OllbertsCreek. thu long corridors and And opened elegant lines of ,)$, Mist Liura Jones, Maywood ' do justice to the subject. Although up delightful strains of music co, horses, mules and whisky to devote ing in the 37, Miss Luetic Cooper, Stanlord. in thooO's, she is charming as ever and and in tones subdued and tender, blend- time to literary pursuits. Our crop of (8, H. I). McClure, McKinnoy. her support is No. 1. Her wardrobe is ed, their conversation in unison with the statesmen lias been small, but then one 3;, Mitt Hoar) l'hlhpi, Stanford. superb aud tho scenic ellecta by far surHracLcti, Stanford. 43, James fairy scene around them. such man as Henry Clay is enough tu 41, It. II Carter, Louisville. passed anything ever seen in Atlanta, so till thu space allotted to a dozen centu41, Mrs Jennie Edwardi, Jellico, Tcnn, say the old theatre-goerlegislature; the ries. Crittenden, Marshall, Menifee, 4, Mist Florence J. Klllott Klrku-JleAt the thoatro most of tho Gate City's 41, K K Doty, Hyattiville. prohibit bar- Robertson, Hardin, McKee, Caperton, Thu Mclnemoy bill to belles and bnaux were gathered, the maII, Miss Jenma I'ettut, Preachersville. and Thompson wore orators of a bels from working at their trade on Sun- Hise 46, Mrs. J J Ilraniir.an,;ilerea. y jority dressed in evening apparel. A pist generation whose fame is indelibly India Linens, Linen Lawns, 47, A II. Ausun, Ml, Silem, day a passed thu House. german at tho Kimball was to follow of tho State. 43, Mrs, C A. (ireen, Hustonvillc. """. A bill to reiiuiru insurance agents to linked witli the prestigj black-eyGeorgia lasses were and the 4), Mlti Kin ma 11. Wright, Ituitonvlllv,? pay license of 5100 to tho county in "There was a nnti in tho land of Uz, out iu their prettiest dresses, most all jo, K II, llronaugh. Crab Orchard, which they do business, the money to whose name was Job, aud that man was M, Jesse Auitin, Hustonvllle. cut decollete, and they were ready to Linen Laces, &c. &c. go to tho betterment of ro ids, has been perfect and upright, and onu that feared 51, Milt Annie K. Gotcr, McrCmney worship Terpsichore the minute the curGod and eschewed evil." One of his 33, II. It Puller, Gallatin, Tenn presented. tain fell. Hardly as plninp as our KenSi, Mrs. K. K. Ilolton, Lexington. Tl,u Pettit resolution V petitioning prayers was, "Oi, that mine adversary tucky girls, they did not make the show33, Mis. Mattio Uuddcrar, Rowland. a hsok'" Possibly in no Congress not to repeal thuVShormuu sil- had written theatre, ing that is sbon at a 56, Homer llaughman, Danville. greater way have Kentuckians manifestver coinage act was tabled by a vote of hop or party, but it was quite an enjoy37, Miss Annie 11. Kngleman, Stanford. ed their respect for thu words of thu in3S, Mits MUoE. Fnglcman, Shelby City. lit to 1!. Dr. Woods described tho state able sight to look on after all. A huge City. 5.3, Jimes C Engleman, Shelby ho con- spired writer than in refraining from of most of tho members when bouquet was carried, which lout beauty 60, R. L. Smith, llrodhead. playing tho part of au adversary by writfessed he did know ltow to vote on the to the occasion nnd perfumed the air Minnie Straub Stanford. 61, Miss ing books. .This space will be occupied by question. around. Tho boxes wtro well filled and 61, Miss Lillian Ricney, Maywood. 63, Mis K1U Iiunu, llryantsvillo. it looked as if lots of to an old timer Mr. J. D. Oatts, father of Mrs. J. P. A diBpatch Bays that Ingersoll . H, Mrs. C. II. Sampson, Harrodslmrj;. courting was going on. A couple alono fcr our own Masterson, Davis, died Friday afternoon in Monti-cellllurdett, Jeisamsne. 65, Mrs I'aulme Peyton, tho latter in one of the boxes attracted my atten Flat. 0 G, Mike Owtley, Walnut brought suit at Knoxville for IIW. ? where he was held in tho highest have 67, Miss Lida DePauv, Shelby City. tion. Instead of onjoyiug the n esteem. He was a member of the Chrisagainst Bov. John Martin, a 63, Thomas Weathers, Winchester. two happy youug folks would charging tian church, and a good man in every citizen of that place, .. t3, Mits Nettie Helm, McKinney talk and exchange glances so full of love of his demeut-o- d respect. In her loss Mrs. Davis lias the him with the seduction 70, L. C. llosloy, Campbellsylllu. Jin 1S93, who hereby extends hisjthanks to the that you conld see it. I was reminded Lexington. MissMinnlo M. Mar- By m pa thy of many loving friends in 71, George H. Hruce, Jr., of tho lines: 71, G. A. Ilenedict, Stanford. shall, aged 10 years. Bev. Marshall is Stanford and elsewhere. 73, Miss Mary Varnon, Stanford. "New hopes may come and rloer bloom of fairMrs. Whitney, wife of 70 years old, bus lived in Knoxville er, milder beam, twenty years, and has a One residence, William O. Whitney, died at her homo While the mercury in tho thermom- nut there's nothing half so swcil in lifo as loe's young dream,'1 several vacant lots, a planing mill and a in New York of heart trouble eters away out in the northwest was half a hundred degrees below zero Sunday, credit in bank valued at $10,000, which Courting is mighty nice paBtime and Tho president has signed the bill au- Now England was enjoying 4th of July For their liberal patronage in the'past, and wishes to say to them is a put was attached. Ho claims that it no one could blame them for preferring thorizing the construction of a sixth weather. At Lancaster, N. II., the that pleasure to seeing the best kind of that on and after January 1st he will sell goods for CASH only and up job to get his monoy. bridge across the Ohio between Coving- quicksilver desceuded to '2$ degrees Onio river is about clear of ice E. O. W. The will defy the competition of any one. (i show. zero. ton and Cincinnati, navigation is being reaumed. and sec-tio- n PILOWS, FJLOWl Wo A COMPLETE LINE liU0 Burn-sides- - FUBMIMBcj l, e, TO THE PUBLIC, 11 11 IA1BWA1E st 1- COOK STOVES W. H. HIGGINS. Vm-cumin- s, Oliver Chilled Plow, Dis Peed Cutter, Studobaker Wagons, &c. NEW DRUG STORE. re-ope- NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, first-clas- Mc-Garv- y Ol Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. CT. MoROBERTS, i, Seasonable Goods JUST RECEIVED Ken-tttckia- lit-ur.i- s. . m Nansooks and Dimity Cheeks Hamburg Edgings and Insertings, ed 11 Rlue-gra- a SlBiVlHilllAKfCiE: & WNo o, $10,-00- well-know- perform-sneothea- o m neij:i2ij F1YI grand-daughte- Good People ofHustonville bo-lo- w iTJ Wi"l .1rsr - i. wfr -- nt'-'lME1-''' f ''yirt- - ?.-- " r Semi-Week- ly IhteriorJouknal Tiik h republic-jn- s aro giving Harrison n colored lnboier nt Louisnille. A lino in- l I if & , jured and several men barely missed a will hang the fato similar to Figg's. tho Pcnatt en Stakfoud, KY.,FuimuAUY 7, IS'Jtf thn out that up till tho 4th of March. Tho Louisville, St. Louis &. Texas nomination It was tho most unkindrbt cut of nil to has bought the Louisville, Hardinsburg the party of spoils, especially since tho Sc Western, 40 miles. First mortgage Cincinnati Commercial tiaaetto is au bonds on the first road to tho amount of thority for tho statement, which ndds $030,000 wero paid ofl and canceled by Mew To to injury, that Mr. Harrison, in tho purchasers. insult : The truth about those Stockton, Cal., casting about for a Southern republican track record breaking exfor tho appointment, found only two men De,K.I3D."X". Emory Speer. ploits is coming out at last. Stamboul's available, Don Pardee and Gen. Harrison fraukly said that in his record of 2;0TJ wns "fixed," itseeniP, in Somk people wero credulous enough to estimation neither of theso men was order to make him bring a large prico. believe that President Harrison 'would qualified for a position upon tho su- the real time being 2:10. Goods wait nnd let Mr. Cleveland appoint the preme bench. Tho president is right. The Trunk Lino Association has deJustice Lamar, Republican timber of tho right sort is cided that world's fair rates shall bo 20 successor of Associuto but no one dreamed that he would ap- monstrous scarce in this neck o' the per cent, reduction from tho present point a democrat. The unexpected has woods. rate, with ono stop over each way. Kates happened, however, and Mr. Harrison to tho Cloveland inauguration are to be SrKAKi.sci of tho improbable statement haa shown uimself superior to party by on n basis of two cents n mile. selecting Jude Howell E. Jackson, Unit- that Gov. Boies has twice declined tho be William Durbin, near Irvine, took n ed States circuit judge for this district, agricultural portfolio, Editor Logan, barrel of whisky out of bond nnd invitto succeed the lamented Lntnar. This hiinPblf an applicant for tho position, is ed a number of neighbors to call. In Choice You act will ro far towards inducing ovon his moved to remark na ono having authori- tho festivities which followed Willinm enemies to think better of Mr. Harrison ty and not as one of the scribes: "Your Horn was stabed in tho back, nnd will of and to place him among tho few states- Uncle Grover is not driveu to the neces- die, and John Young was shot in the men who are strong enough to rise above sity of seizing statesmen by the nape of breast. partisanship. Tho whole country con- the neck and the bosom of tho trousers The Louisville and Nashville Rollgratulates the president, shortly to retire and dragging them into his official fami- ing Stock Trust,- - with a capital of from the administration of affairs, in ly." The old farmer kuows how it is was incorporated in Louisville. above which ho has demonstrated a broad ca- himself. There aro too many willing Tho articles of incorporation have been much statesmanship. Tho Barkises in the country, of whom ho is signed by local officials, nnd will be sent Shoes pacity and Shoes appointee was born in Paris, Tenn., in one of which, for tho agricultural or any to Europe tb receive the signatures of 1832, and graduated at tho West Tennes- other bureau to go 'begging. tho foreign shareholders. to wo see College in 1848, afterwards attending Onlv thrccsfur-trimmc- d Mrs. H. II. White, of Lexington, re Louisville disJohn M. ATiiKRTON.the the University of Virginia and also grad oj--, to close day which sensibly concluded that ceived a postal card tho other uating nt the Lebanon, Tenn., law school. tiller, has very IS?.), but not re- SG as written in July, SS. go as you While serving in tho State Senate ho was the surest way for money to until wish it is to see to it during life, aud not ceived at the Lexington chosen U. S. Senateor, after right over this month. The writer has been dead G5c struggle, and it is said that it was leave it in wills to have heirs given $30,000 to 11 years. Where tho postal had been while they sat in the Senate together and set aside. He has remain n mysof natural science in the all this time will always" that Mr. Harrison formed so great an at- found a chair Georgetown College in honor of the late tery. tachment for him. Mr. Cleveland apAnother "elixir of life" has been dis pointed Judge Jackson to this circuit in Prof. Farnham, and ill head an endowcovered, this time by Dr. Win. A. Hamchair with a subscrip18SG and since his accession to tho bench ment for another famous American alchemist. one of the best tion of $10,000. Mr. Atherton is an mond, the he has proved himself A. 11 A YS, of this college, aud one of tho His method is to administer the various judges in the country. He used to bo a alumnus corresponding organs of animals to partner with his brother in tho Bello brainiest men it ever sent out, albeit he of tho human body. This discove- shocks of fodder at l.'i cents per shock. under a iuter-eit- s has hidden his light somewhat TO OUR Meade Stock Farm, but sold his ry gives to America n rival of the Advocate. after his appointment. It is believ whiskv barrel. Koch, Pasteur in tho art of J. W. KaiiBlitnnn, sold to Yonger & ed that he will make a litting successor Tub democrat"? won a famous victory healing. Yeager, n harness gelding for f 100, who to Lamar, and that is compliment in Muhlenberg county Saturday by electhimo ImtiL'ht. of 1. Shelbv Tuvimi harnei-- s enough. CHURCH AFFAIRS. ing a democratic successor to RepresenWe take this means of thanking you for your very liberal patronmnre for $i:J5. tative James, who resigned to accept a the LegMors are sellim; in Southern and age and many favors shown us during the past year, and hope by fur Amid a democratic Rev. W. A. Slaymaker, the new Presa World's Fair commissionership. Tho nishitig you with islator caucus Junanimously nominated byterian paster, is winning golden opin- WeMern Kentucky for from four to Bucceed Mr. county is densely and intensely republi- ions here, both as a man and asn preach- cents, the highest Judge William Lindsay to and yet Prof. W. J. Cox, a clean cut Carlisle in tho United States Senate. can er. democrot, whs chosen oyer the republiThere was no other name before the cauA Rochester minister lists resigned by a good majority. cus and the votes of the 90 metuboru can nominee his pulpit becauso his flock insisted on exactly fat, for sale for work mules and In thLMiwrket at the Louest Pruts to merit a continuance i tilt same; build-i- n one cur load Hi to 15 hands, II10.tiy composing it, wore all couuted for the Col. W. O. Bkaolkv is mentioned for holding dog fights in the church v UK ,wu'" '" B. F. Gover. "'" i'H "" year and mares and fut. jovial judge, who made n capital speech the vacancy caused by the promotion of (. J havo for salo 700 balwi oi hay, hIso polls, nt Judge Hopkinsville is to hav a new on the issues as defined nt the Jackson, and here's hoping ho Baptist church, $15,00.i of tho nee -- 00 barrels of good white corn. Will dethe close of which he enid: "In Ehort, will get it. The colonel is not only worthe victory of the Democratic party un- thy and well qualified for the position, essiry funds having already been se- liver hay in cars at GOo per 100 pounds. Thanking you fir past favors, we are, Yours Respectfully, John Buchanan, Crab Orchard. der tho leadership of the man whose but deserving of any honor the president cured. wns here several Saturday to Rev. G. L. Surber Tinsley Spoonamoresold name is everywhere received as the could confer on him. days in the interest of the Bible College, Carithers & Beard, a mare mule years i of all that is honest, manly and Lexington, for which ho is trying to old for 510a). A. I). Root, eolil pamo u courageous in politics means that this NEWSY NOTES. raise $75,000, nnd mnde a fair start. pair of horse mules for $210, nnd J. W, of thepeople is hereafter to Government At Du'.uth, Minn., Like Superior is be administered for the equal benefit oi of tho Southern Pres- Holmes sold a pair for A committeeG. A. Peyton bought of John Stniu-all the reople.,But no more of politics. frozen for a distance of 30 miles from tho byterian church, having iu view an imn milk cow for $10, ono from John I Hatter myseOhat my party attach shore. provement in tho directory of worship, -- Dr. Richard W. Ferguson, said to be will meet from J. W. Carrier, for opinions do not at W, one Dealer In inents and political in Louisville this week. Thn citiz-iof Louis- committee comprises some ot the moat $20, one from Dick Kvans for $'.f) nnd need discussion. I prefer to indulge in tha oldest native-borpersonal ratherjtban political reflections. ville, died aged SS. eminent divines in tho Southern church. one from Jell' Hill for $.15. By a boiler explosion in a cotton I desire to express the regret that with There are 1,200 entries in the spring Gov. Northen, of Georgia, has just promotion comes .the severance of the company nt Vicksburg, Miss., three men returned from Cuba, where he went to meeting of tbo Latonia Jockey Club, an M' to the II 6t.ikc, largely - Aiul most pleasant personal and official asso were killed, and six fatally injured. in the dedication of a Baptist average of greatest uumber in iti history. The I have ever known. And in ciations George Goodrich, a negro pugilist church. He says the island presented to the conclusion, gentlemen, I assure yon, hailing from Louisville, was killed in a hist mind a picture of tho moat absolute peerleta Yo Tambien, the game and and assure all the members ofjtbe Gen- prize fight at New Orleaus, by Joe despotism and oppressive tyranny, tho fleet Wailsworth, Kin Lee, Ida Pickwick, Poet Scout and si countU'ss numeral Assembly without regard to prty Green. troops beinji everV whpre. In Moro Casnew affiliation that I shall bear to tho A special dispatch from Des Moinerf, tle alone, where the political piiBoners ber of other fa von ten will nice for the of duty a heart filled with gratitude la., states that Gov. Boies has been tenfield rich stakes. are confined, there ii a forco of o?er for the many kindueeses nnd uniform dered the Agricultural portfolio by Mr. 7,000 men. An Iowa saloon keeper very appro couitesii's I have received nt tho hands Cleveland. Rev. J. G. Barclay, State Visitor for priately calls his saloon "The Road to of all." There was great npplnuse and In a meeting held in Louisville the the Sunday-Schoo- l Union, lectured at Hell." g the caucus prohibitionists resolved to run a man after hearty the Baptist church Saturday night and The tjuecn of the Sandwich Islands dissolved. for the Legislature in every county in at the Presbyterian church Sunday af has something of a name herself, but it the State. ternoon. At the latter service he organ-izeis short aud sweet in comparison with Gov. BrsowNihas vetoed the convict By an explosion of natural gas at the Lincoln County Sunday-Schogood time bill and wo think very prop- Urbann, O., Mis3 N'ellin Shofstnll and Ihat of her daughter, the Princess Victoerly. His objections are, first the provis- Mrs. Clark wero k'illed and Mr. Shoftstall Union, with M F. Elkin president, A. ria Kawekiu Kaiulaui Liimullo O. Sine secretary, and J. 0. McClary, ions are retroactive and therefore an inwaH seriously burned. A. A. Warren, C. H. Holmes and H. J. juterference with the judgmentjof the Wnllaco Holmes wns hnnged at diciary. Second, Jtho hill is unconstitu- Springfield, Mass., for the atrocious crime McRoberts executive board. tional, since itjis aniencroachment upon of beating his wife into insensibility and FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Ci the power confided to tho Governor. If then burying her alive. o tho legislature has the right to knock oil' o Duvall a William Snow sold to Jell" Gen. Green Clay Smith, in a letter a. t)0 days n year from n eentence it has an V) from Washington to the Kentucky Ad- lot of dry cows at 2 cents. make the number liOj and , equal right to M. Beazley sold to O. M. Spoona-vocate, says tho soldiers of the civil war J. p practically pardonj every convict in the are uying;at ttie rate ot --'I'.uuu per year. moie H2 acres of land at $17 50 cash. 1 penitentiary. 5 (Criminals nre given too Three men were killed and six othFor. Sale. Two hoise mules and Watch this space next week. It belongs to much consideration now. Let the Leg ers were probably fatally injured at one combined gelding. M. F. Herring. n islature employ.its massive mind in giv Viiksburj;, Miss., by tho explosion of a. STEPHENS & KNOX, the enterprising RowJ. W. Baughman, sold to Smith it uig us moru important legislation. p the boilers of tho Old Planters' Com- Williamson, four yearling mules at $05. land merchants, who will tell you something What haa the Louisville Times against press. R. B. & H. P. Woods sold to Carithj. Lexington will celebrate the twenty-nJudge Jackson. On the editoral pag-- o! to your intere.it. i& three horse mules for $:).!5. nnniversary of tho Knights of ers Beard the paper announcing bin appointment, inth J. B. McKinney fold to Allen Bros. it says. "Tho Mil Congress could atono Pythias order February 21, with n paro of Hustonville, 100 barrels corn in crib! n for n multitude of sins if the Senate aud ade, banquet and entertainment at the o j en at $2.25. over House would come to a dead-loc- k of nice, clean, hand- Fifty bushels and acAnna Dickinson, lecturer the confirmation of Lamar's successor a seed for sale. B. K. stripped bill and so continue tress, lias brought suit for $125,000 damand the Con ages against those persons instrumental Wearen. w c Lr until Cleveland and the Fifty-thirp Yeager & Yeager bough t 50 barrels InKress come upon tho stage. There is in placing her. in the) Danville, Pa, P of corn from Mrs. Virginia Grimes at neither justice nor equity in either meas- sane Asylum. Burge-son- , $2.25 delivered. While the family of Adolph . i. . ... t ure." The explanation perhaps lies in it Hogs aro on the marKet in siryanis- of Chicago, was Boated around the u. . tho fact thnt the editorial pane goe to ,.r. , to ....ir t .... anu miicuer at tho stereotypers first and some time af supper table the lamp exploded. Mrs. villa 7jc ter the first and last pages, which tell the Burgeson and one of her children, were B. G. Gover sold to J. H. Rout n burned to death. latest news, nre "sent down stairs." r. Middles-- ir.f,ir nf miilfs for $200. a horse mule for P. H. Crum has bought the M ackhee for$!t7.- 3 Hawaii is 2,0(50 miles southwest o' boro Herald plant, which has been ly $125 and a milk co.v to n San Francisco, in the same latitude ns ing idle there since April, 1S!)2. A new 50. stackB of L. B. Givens bought 1 Cuba. It is the largest of tho Sandw c'i weekly paper will be started in n week n hay last week from Rufus and j BOOK-SELLEtimothy Islands, there being seven smaller or two, of democratic politics. X31 preat ofHenry Vnnaradall, of Harrodsburg, for in the grounp. It has two Some one in New York unknown The LargestJStock to select from. Prices alw.ts ns Low as the low volcanoes, Manna Loa and Manna Kea. fers to produce Sallie J. Moore, the Ken- $200. A Shelby county farmer, Stewart est. IMr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. "The admission of these," says tho fun- tucky girl, so mysteriously missing, for Watchny man of the Hopkinsville Kentuck-ia- the sum of $5,000. Ho threatens to kill JoluiBon, takeH tho honors by selling the es, Clocks nndjjcwclry Repaired and Warranted. tobacco patch for product of a "would enable us to have eruptions her if the sum is not forthcoming. m i m rn rnrth or lurrir nmaic lor rnrtr 3(5 years of age, $2,i::o. The Mrs. Jacob Plaimly, without taking the smallpox." lull (lie. Lent! AlU.UU rviils. llll ! t cimillt J. ilieet nunlc of tho lutut. most poi. Win. Cloyd bought of Sharp, of Cahavo arrived nt Wash- after a brief quarrel with her husband, in commissioners HIII'K nun iwv.i imdhiiiucuiiii i Mll'trOInl B(l Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange for goods. mules for mare intlioiiKiatcleaititiUHii. i i,ii...,i nil ington and are appealing to tho author- Brooklyn shot him iu the head with a sey, a pair of S tier, Ii'icIiiUIiik tour Uruu to portraits, vli: a pair of mules t ...... .. ....., i hi, KiiAtiliM tli&iicnr. l'uileruwft kli , , FirmanHi. . .. t ities to take Hawaii in, but like the fe- :2 calibre revolver, nnd than, in desper- $200 and of McWhorter Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal paJim. j tIIOKri"HUlJIHnil! iiuuiw for $250. llow that drew tho elephant, the U. S. ation, shot heiself behind the ear. tronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite at ilrois all order to NKVV YllUK MUSICAL; W. D. Finch sold .'WO barrels of corn KCIIO. llroaiiwuviueniro nuiiawK, n. i. A broken electric wire sent 2,000 will uot know what to do with her, if 50(1 tcntion, honest gooes and fair prices. A. R. PENNY &iSC8r338S3C8-tt8MFigg, to Farris & Whitley at $2.10, mid volts through tho body of she is added to our territory. nil Columbia for appointing n democrat to the suprome bench and it is giv- horoo horse was killed, another wns We Are (jetting Read buy our T W. F. WALTON. SIX PAGES. Spring Slock and EVERY kite-shape- d WE MUST CLOSE OUT The balance of our IVinier regardless of price and if $10,-000,00- 0, big bargains. Full sioch Boots $1.50 a pair. Boijs' full stock The Boots $1.10. Ladies' heavy 75c. Children's heavy 50c Don't You and an inducement, now is your chance. can take your choice of all Overcoats that were $S.50 for $5. $10, S12 and $15 Oncrcoats at $S. all Will IMEJLssfS out at only $6; size them over; they were sold at black Jackets left and $12.50 apiece, don't want carry post-offi- ce along-drawu-o- Blankets a pair. Comforts at 50c, worth 00c THE LOUISVILLE STORE, j Stanford, Ky. Manager. or-ga- us Brown-Sequar- d, Friends and Customers. : T " - love-feas- t, "s&r.s w.1r.101,,,,,,,jThe i Very : Best : Goods "u " $20,-00- 0 WILL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU ALL. McKXNlTEY BROS. Byn-ony- m -- - .r). a Mor-sho- IR, ZI3VC3VCEK, Fancy Groceries, Fruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand I hand-shakin- d ol Kunnin-uinhilapaln- pa. c j ! jt opera-hous- blue-graf- s i Anti-optio- n d a ( l 55 t . - ' Reroril-Momesu-- au. ! - I 1 DRUGGIST AND JEWELER And R. A. Mo PENNY, , j n, wxv&sxsss . i.hi-o- . Engraving .Beautifully and Artistically Done. -- 3 tJBMMW'P'W rfi'. BMMirtlwK'""'"" - i. .L. iil J. TJ"1 3 Mu. J. S. IIocKKtt h.v sold fortho Fust The mercury was down to 20 Satur-- ( Kkntv -- My residence mid fivo day in response to the very cold wave National Hank tho Van do Water farm ncri'H of luiul. Jolin Ttoll Gibson. raging in the Northwest and sincd then of 100 acrei, adjoining Mr. H. S. WithJioAHDKiiH Wanted, either with or tho weather hn been elou ly and show- ers, to II. H. (Dick) Lojjtn ut Mr. Stanford, Ky., Fkiiuuaiiy 7, 189IJ without rooms. Mrs. Uinnlo IJurks. Logan anil hia bridu will tnovo to it nt ery, with high winds yesterday, once. Rkmkmiiich M. F. Klkin mys tlio highAiioutIp. m. whilo K,o.wAbTON,Bua,ManaKor est innrket price for fure, iieof hides, cc, wind was blowing yesterday, chimney the This dispatch was received from Washin a gale, u in cash. "To H. Xitiimer'a confectionery establish- ington at I o'clock i. m. yesterday: Arc some of the Bargains at the New .Cash Store. Ladies' and PERSONAL POINTS. Tiik infant eon of Mr. and Mrs. Hobt. ment burned out nnd caused an alarm Misses' Cloaks that must go. If not at our price, we will take yours. Mu. M. K. Cox a up, nfter n Revero K. GaineB died Thursday afternoon and of flro. The laddies responded in about A lot of Winter Clothing that was buried in ISuHalo Cemetery Fri- a. minute, but found nothing to do, after Walton Cold wave; 13 to 20 degre es by hduII of urhi. getting themselves and the now hose Mb. W". 11. Shanks Is cicrkitiK in hia day. night. Harrington. muddy. fntlier'H store. wagon Foil Sin:- .- One light Undo "Candy Job" Ukttkk OiF.-O- ld MiB8 I'kaiii, Philips ia visiting Miss TuiKViis broke into thu einoko liouoo and one set of wxgon harness. If not Swope, colored, died Thursday night, Mn'Su Tucker. of Mrs. Dayton, daughter of Preacher sold before will offer publicly next court aged 80 odd years. He was a servant in Come and look. We will not give prices for fear they will not be Ukv. Pthotiikii Cook, Jit., of Mercer, Carson, of tho McKinney neighborhood, day. Stephen liurch. family of the late Col. A. M. Swope, your prices, and they must be sold. Wc have a few Comforts and is viHitin relutivi'H here. all her meat, about 100 pounds. tho and stole who during his life contributed liberally Blankets left that wc can not carry and any one in need of them can MiuAMiMiiH. J. V. Davis returned Mu. I. M. Ukuck will open up in sea Thu Hev. John Cloyd, of color, a negro to "Uncle Joo'b" support. Tho old man get more than their money is worth. We have a remnant box for from Wnyne yeste rdny. son a largo market garden on his place boy named Trice and n white man, HenMiw. Jknnii: Dunn is titiitu ill nt the on Fait Main street, which will include ry Frances, was arrested and held for eked ont a miserable existence- after thu shis week that it will do you good to examine. Wc arc constantly Colonel's death by selling apples and receiving our White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, homo of her father, Jntltfo Saulloy. Lace Curtains, about six acres of watermelons. trial to day. Cloyd and Francis gave confectioneries when not subsisting on Lace Bed Sets, Ki:v. W. K. Ait.soi.i) went to Nicholas Table Linens, Napkins, ,&c, &c. We have just rebail for their appearance, but Tiice charity. Monkv to Loan. I have in my hands couldn't do so and was placed in jail. o unity yefltorduy to marry n relative. ceived a nice line of Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Gowns, Skirts, Pants, for loan SS.L'OO to bo secured by niort Mu. Kihik.sk Cos n v mid family, of Omt spring stock of ladies' and gents' &c. Come and see them. Our Lkctukk, In nearly every town Junction City, have been visiting Mih. page on good blue grass farms or personshoes is in splendid shape and we are al security. W. 0. Ilradley, Lancaster. which hos attempted a lecture course tho Rtnnlo Green. constantly receiving our white goods, expenses have greatly exceeded the reK. Clklani), of Men Ky. Mn. and Miia. W. laces, embroideries, Ac, and have added 9 ceipts. The" Lawrenceburg News nays cor, nru on a visit to their daughter, Mrn. g a nico lino of ladies' muslin underwear, Mavoii Vasdkvkkii hai tbo notwithstanding thu fact that many able A. G. Kantland. ladies' wrappers in penangs, Henriettas Both ladies' and gents', is in splendid shape and wc beg of you not to brigade out and pedestrians do men have lectured there, Kli Perkins is MlBHKflS A.V.VIK AS'D L.I7.IU MkNKKKK and ladies' cloth blazer suits, that we buy until you sec us. "Low Prices, Quick Sales and Small Profits" not have to wado in mud up to their and Mittn Annie Hale have been visiting, nosea any more when they cross Main the only person who drew a suflicient intend to sell cheap. Wo will Bell you is our motto. crowd to pay expenses. It is to bo hoprelatives nt Ilustonville. these goods ready made for what the street. ed that the ellort here will meet with goods Mi.Hfl An.nik McKin.vkv In filling thn would cost you. Come and see. A HUHsciuiucit asks: "What do the let- a better response and that tho promoters Hughes A Tate. for the McKiu position of ters R. 8. V. P. frequently placed on in- may bo richly rewarded for their labors. noy llros. very acceptably. Skiiot. Mooiie, a colored ollicer of the Lincn-stevitations stand for? I know what they The first lecture will be delivered at Miss Katk IiANDiuM, of Mrs. W. 0. mean, but wish to know the words." Walton's Opera House next Saturday U. S. army, is here recruiting for his who bin bem viaitinK J. N.MENKFKE night and the prospect is that a large regiment. He has already secured nine A. C. SINK Itepoiulez S'il Vous PlalL IIiitohiiiK", returned homo Sunday. will hear Prof. Juuies Hedley tell young negroes, who want to become sol crowd Mhb. O. It. Thomas, of Independence, W. F. Hamskv has taken the contract of tho "Sunny Side of Life." Tho excess diers, and Copt. Jos. Garrard will be , McClnry, of Mo., ami Mrs. Win. to build a store roouiilx&l for Ilatson A of the proceeds over expenses is to go to hero Thursday to see if they come up to are the fiesta of Mm. K. T. I'ence. West on the old lot in Lancaster help buy a library for tho Christian requirements. If they will let us pick Mn. and Miw. I. M. IIhcck returned and will haul the brick from here. He School. them, wo should like to furnish tho ar- from IMiUvllle y,ntenlny morning. Mrs. is to put them in the wall ut 112.50 per 5)9, instead of 9, of tho moro Tim death of Mrs. Rosa Ilohon, of my with Lynn la still very low and the worst is thousand. worthless of the coons hereabouts. Wayne county, in h bagnio is still creafeared. "You look just like 1 imagine John ting much talk in Louisville as well as in Am I.nkamocs Liak. That's what Hro. Mim Itirrttv I'i:nninc.to.v left yi'Htur-iln- y Hright would look nfter this lapse of her old neighborhood. It seems certain Wallace Tharp writes Hro. W. K. Kllis, for Miildleslioro, where she will bo time," was the way Sunday-Schonow that her death was tho result of an that the man is who informed us that for a linn ntenoKrapher and J. G. llnrclny accosted that gentle- abortion, and n notorioui 1iuisvillo doc- he paid $&j for n pointer, or any other bcr firm. man on the street Saturday afternoou. tor is strongly suspicioned. When u kind of pup. As tho information was Judoi: M. C. Favii.uv ami Comiiion-wenlth'- a Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, are The recognition was mutual, though younggirl Mrs. Ilohon, then MissShwir-er- , obtained direct from Mr. Attorney J. 5?. Owsley, Jr., are John M. Whor-teBinco they was led antray by u merchant at holding their llrst court in Murcer, which they had not seen each other himself, who says ho sold the animal unsurpassed. were classmates at Centre College in llnrnsido aud she became a mother. Tho to the reverned gentleman for tho price begun yesterday. 1SVJ, II j ears ago. child did not live long, and it U claimed iiaiueo, nu win picanu rise auu veruiy MimMaiiy Oiav Tiiomi'son in gave Joe father, J. S. to tiHO her crutches npun, having hh Btatcment or forever linve tho words, IIadi.v Hi h.nkd. Satuiday evening a that her i;i. u yearn tier buihui, "infamous liar" branded on his brow strivined her injured foot at the Audito- little child had its uonoii, measure BUY THE CELEBRATED rium the other niht. clothing to cnlch tire Thu other chil- land to marry tho girl and in a MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Him. Jok Hori'Kit was hero .Sunday, dren attempted to put it out and all relievo her of disgrace. Ilohon died in two yearn and binco then Mrs. Hohon t le Kest of Mr. H. S Withers, his We acknowledge receipt of invitafour were burned, one seriously. About frequently seen in the compau a year ago Mr McCormack had a child to has bean and as usual took part in the tion to tlit marriage of Misi Sue McDonny of a Louisville hat holism drummer, Presbyterian church. ald Green, of Culpepper, Aa., to Mr. bum to death and this close call makes Gertrude How- him feel like the tiro llond is pursuing who is probably tho cause of her second Franklin Stearns, Jr, of Richmond, Miwtss I.oiis downfall and death. ard and Nannie and Kittio llniiKbiiiau him with relentless furv. which is to occur at Green Lawn, the vfplt of several have been enjoying a Cunuj. Mrs. Lucy Lea home of tlio bride's mother, Mrs. JamcB Columiiia.v Tiik Q. A: C made :i ehan v in its days to Mrs. K. V. Woodi. Hill, World's Fair Commissioner, who60 W. Green, Feb. 21. Ttie bridal tour inschedule Sunday and passenger trains KditoiiJ. H. Maiiim, of the district includes Stanford and all thu cludes a visit to relatives in Louisville. now pais Junction City as follows: had the sjratillcation of this section, wishes to have Miss Green is editress of tbo Culpepper No. 1, PJ.25 r. M ; No. f, towns in I IK bin son, Mr. Howard J. Marrs, grad-formed to r.ii-- a mouoy Exponent and is tho very handsome nud M , No. 3, r. i. and No. 7, Columbian Clubs Olive Points, three for $i. ite w ith honors at the Loulnville School l'i'JT a. Kentucky pailor in the talented lady of whom wo wrote in some No. 2, :i:20 v. to furnish the PJ 10 i'. m. of Pharmacy Friday evening. woman's building. This plan of forming notes made on a recent visit to her No. I, 0.0 a. t ; No. J, :1:1ia. m. and Mu. John W. K.scii.kman, who lm it.; clubs for this purpose has proved inO"t State. No S l lfl r. m. This gives us one conj b.H)ii in California for some time, ihvistt-in- i; successful. In thu formation of thebe nection south and two north. NEW ADVEKTISEMEX. Mr. and Mrs. It. 0. bis xuent, clubs an honoray and actiug president, H villle.no In a day or two Tin: ollico of Higgius : Watts, coal eight vice presidents, recordiug nnd cor to trsin for Gen. Hobinson on hid farm merchants, win broken into Friday night, responding secretaries, and treasurer nro DR. JOS. HAAS' nonr New York City. hut the ttiief only got J l.oO for his trou- elected. An nutation fee of one dollar Mk. W. N. Pottw, aged about 70 years, ble, that being all that had been left in is charged everyone. From these clubs Will begin at- & wrh stricken with p.ir.dysia ytwttinUy the dish drawer. Kutranco was ellected committeis will bo appointed to solicit Hog . He whs reniovwl to by breaking the lock. These burglaries exhibits of woman's work in their re near the law, Mr. J. 11. thu homo of his son-iare constantly occurring here, though it spective communes. Clubs have ueen orUsed Successfully Fifteen Years. , Stouller, and he is reported to have lost was stated tliut there would bo no more ganized at Louisville, Lexington, Newin the house been reduced thu line of his entire right side. ICd Hiown was caught ami incarceport, Covington, Pahs, Vers idles, Hop Will arrest Jiteisc, prevems disease, expcli Friday, Feb. 3. Every pair of Shoes after wormt, top cough, Increase the flesh aud hasten for this Special Sale. Babies' fine Kid Shoes, to 5, at 50c, worth Register. kinsville, doing eilicient work. Ab tlio maturity. rated. S to 12 and 12 to 2 at 75c, worth $1.30, per pacVice; time is limited it is especially urgent 1'ricf.; can f la $t.5 and 50 cents packages arc 75c; child's 5 to 8 at 50c; Misses' I he largest IT.s'LKmi he looked for it with his 50 CITY AND VICINITY. These goods are just from auction. Ladies' fine Shoe $1 and Si. 25. matter in the cheapeii. Ker ale by other towns take the the ground-hodidn't see his shall- that the oure and commence tho formaA R I'KXNV, from 75c up; Men's from S5C Up; rubbers at bottom prices. 150 pair hand at C mi .oa i) of seed oats at W. II. Hig- - ow in this section of the country. 97- Stanford, Ky Louof Men's Boots at cost. You can afford to buy these goods now and tion of these clubs. Miss Hill writes gins'. isville Times. It was perfectly clear lay aside for future use. Sample Shoes at wholesale prices. Now is Mrs. W. G. Welch that upon being Danks, the Jeweler, in the new here most of thu day, and this goes to Skk fail to get one of those handsome Poryour time to buy. she will be pleased to visit Stanford show how little there is in the old sublock. aud assist in the organization of a ColI olfer at private sale all or the eil and personal traits before it is too late. perstition. It is hardly probable that property now under my control, consisting of n umbian Club. . You n account is ready. Call and set- - wo will have six morn wieks of winter wen selected Tiik meetings of the Glee Club grow-iOpposite Coffey House. tie. I mean you. A. U. Penny. here, w Idle spring is opening i:i Louie-villStock of General Merchandise, interest and attendance, and eacli oats and Timothy seed, red top seed, proves even more enjoyable than tho In my store room in the town ot Crab Orchard, alio the l IirilOVKIKXTS. Dr. J. H. millet at W. H. Wearen & Co.'s. preeeeding one. At least the happy Oasloy tells us that he and Mr. S. II. always speak of tho last as the Brick Store-- louse I Occupy and Ollico in Istkiiiok Join Shanks have contracted with Dilliou fc To entertained the Farm nal building. .Apply to W. P. Walton. Carr for a three storeroom, two story best. The Misses Lackey did it roy the Club Fiiday evening and Upon Wi: are going to print a roll of honcr brick uuilding on tho public square, at ally. .Dealers In. Those present were Miss Kit place, which I now reside, known as the Graham mile from about who pay us without being dun- Lincaster, for 511,000. Tho second lloor Hmtghman and W. H. Weaten; Mii-- Nan LancaiterandK Crab OrchardCrab Orchard ou tho of those turnpike, containing, will be devoted to olllces, the gentlemen This is all ion ned. and W. 11. McKinney; MibS about ill beucres. at a bargain. desirable property and sold ., Possession given declining the oiler of ?:t()0 rent for an Hanghman All ptrsnns I have claims against D. Wearen; Misi Itturttdiatelr. I). W. Vasihcvkhi bought of J. H. Opcra(House on that lloor. The doctor Sue Hanghman and J. are hereby notified that they must male immediate settlement. J. It. 11AII.KV, Mgr,, Uaughmiiti eight shares First National knows the experience of thu manager of Sue Hright and E. II. Jones; Miss Crab Orchard, Ky Howard and Will Severance; Mii-Hank stock ut til!!. Walton's Opura House, which is that Louis Tipton und John H. Wells; Miss BAUGHMAX, Lost, in or near Sianfonl, tlti'i, mostly such pioperty doesn't pay interest much Kliso Whitman and J. II. Haughman; fair rent. FIRE AND SIOKM In $'20 bills. Finder will be rewarded by less Hailey and W. A. Tribble; Miss Louise returning it to Peter Mranb. Is order to assist President Cleveland Miss Mary Alcorn and Jack Hout; Miss Plows, and Most AnyQuoonsware, in selecting his ollicinl advisers thu M t. Mattio hlkin und James C. Keid; Mios in Farming .. Representing.. .. llutTiiH. Dr. L. II. Cook ruports the Signal suggests tho followiug Mattie Miller and W. II. Shanko; Mifs boy at Ike Philips', Veinon arrival of n gentlemen for members of the cabinet: Ophelia Lackey and Carroll Hailey; Mibs Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; a l) pound boy at Free Taylor's and a Seeietary of State, James Maret; Secre- Clara Lackey and Logan Denny; Miss Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; Win Sprinkles'. tary of theTreasury, M J. Miller; Sec- Annie Alcorn and Dr. A. R. Price; Miss Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; PkksidkntM. 11. Smith bus declined retary ofjWar, G. W. McClure; Secreto- Essie liurch and Tom Lackey; Gabo W. Nesbitt; Secretary Lackey and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKin- Ins. Co. of North America. ry of tho Navy. J. to advance the milesge of on tlio L. Aj N. Irom II to l) cents of the Interior, J L. Joplin; Secretary ney. Tbo novelty of the entertainment which arc Companies. I of Agriculture, Willis Adams, Jr., Attor consisted in permitting each gentleman beAll of to wait iumy Irieruls in this line. would pleased i'ol. a mile and a strike is talked of. Will insure against icius ney General, C. C. Williams and Post- to choose thu lady ho wished to converse does, promptly issued. lightning. Lightning tornav tnd storms nnd Ir was reported in town last aft onion master General, A. Pennington. They with and for each converser the lady was without additional charge Oflicr nt First National Hank, Stanford. that All tho or.inoars, llieinen and are good men nud good democrats all. given a card. Afterwards tho ladies switchman at Rowland hud struck, but Mr. Cleveland might go further and fare their choice and the gentlemen investigation proved that It was false. wore given cards. At k specified hour worbo. eacli counted the cards on hand and change of schedule on this divii-iUk.iiway KoiiiiKiiv. Abraham Marks, Tiik 1-those holding the greatest number were 2. a of the L. A N. Sunday makes a Russian Jew peddler, was beaten and awarded the piizes for popularity. The tho day robbed near Shelby City Friday afterdiileremo only of !l minutes in ones wero Miss Mattio Elkin passenger train, which ar- noou. He was sitting on the roadside fortunate and Jesse Wearen, who received res- minrives now at 12:37 v. M. and but one rusting, when two masked men attacked spoon and a nice , which arrives at him, striking him on the head and ren- nectivelv a souvenir ute in the match box, which were presented by Mr raiiiH now meet at These 1:211 v. m. dering him senseless. When he regain, Tribble in his usual eloquent and ornate ud consciousness thu men weru gone and manner. An elegant lunch, handsomeJunction City. so weru his money and wallet. Ho had ly Berveil in live couises, was heartily Pay Up. Owing to tho absence of our something over $70 aud goods to the val. Hn n.:M. l.i. nvcDiii.i no ono ll wn uvuiiub mu ..'An....... .eUIOyCll, anilIt. business manager, we will have col- - ue of f 125. The boldness of tho robXL-' day to hour of 2 before the huppy crowd could W&- O-- on the street County Court ...... Ii.t fsttti1 til lila bery is shown in the fact that it was get ita coneent to disperse. The Miesea if J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. but ttie ouuor cu uo ATof live farm Lackey proved themselves most delightwith his committed within sight ollico ready to present you 24U1, 1893. houses. Marshal Newland went to thu ful entertaineis and still further endear- Jesse"Thompson's Barber Shop, i.nniifnl liutogrnuh, attached to a rO' scene, but he could get no clue and up ed themselves to each member of the ....! fur anv amount you may pay. There are three of the best Ilarbert'in the State School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and The next meeting will oe witli There are also excellent ltath Rooms run In con- Full corp of Conservatory nd Normal UAiaiotjuei anu circulars how many men to thi writing no arrests have been club luriuinen on application. wet-kCome up and lot us see Laundry j hence. An Excellent boirdlnc department nection Agent lor Lexington-Steathe Misses Alcorn, three made. n debt without being dunned. pay Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Kott . m m P lur-sua- m m two-hors- e m UST SOLD. - m m m SPRING : SHOE : STOCK street-cleanin- hook-keep- HUGHES & TATE. r, Louie-ville- Sunday-- m & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. ol Kvnn-geli- st typo-writ- ur n coin-pelte- d We Carry a Full Iiixie of Builders' Supplies. Sh-nr- rr, of.Kuim-ttMCoruiii- ck U.-- sis-ta- r, survk-etatth- VULCAN Chilled Plow. Very One Warranted W. H. WEAREN '& CO. -- Tii-TO- INtoord-llotnestea- d, m-- u South-boun- d S:-I- North-boun- d A G3GWKAT feMCQEi SA1UBJ Poultry Remedy J poat-oiHcu- n The Cash Bargain Store 1 Hich-nio- nd li: Inn-tor- n, g no-titl- ed NOTICE. JfDon't n B. F. JONES & SOHT, o. LA.NCAt-TI.i- two-stor- y 1 FARRIS & HARDIN, s s Ger-trud- u s oj-i- J. II. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, thing Wagons, Implements. INSURANCE AGENT Stoves, 1 is firt-clas- s. clauses-atta- ched sig-niti- ed on north-boun- d south-bound- New Stock, Latest Styles All Shapes, Sizes From 6 2 to 71-H. J. McROBERTS. Spring Session Tuesday, S . K-c- ........ " Stanford Female College. January -- can z "' 22i T " vfy rT.VT -- r fyvi(j vy.--i r jS'H? ' - ' ' rv" V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT GO FEEL WHAT I HAVE FELT. ubllsbod Evory Tuesday and Friday S3 PJC KYKAKIX ADVANCE not so paid S2.60 will be charged.'- - (lly a young lady who was told that the was a monomaniac in her hatred of alcaholic liquor.) Go feel what I have felt, Go bear what have borne; Sink 'neath a blow, a father dealt And the cold, proud words ol scorn. Thus struggle on from year to jvr, Thy sole relief the scalding tear. 1 WAB ,tr ssip ,-rS- " 'tJSi r 5: NO OTHER WAY. We atithoriie our advertised druggist to (ell you SURGKON DENTIST, Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Cnuirln and Colds, upon this condition! If you are sllllctcd with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Office over McKobert Drug Store In the ne I hroat or vuest 1 rouble and ill use this remedy Owilcy Huildlng. according to directions, giving It a fair trial and Stanford. exnennce no ueneiit, ou mav return tne ootue c could not nnd have your mouey relundcd. make this olfer If we drl not know that Dr King I New Discovery could be relied upon." It never disappoints. Trial bottle free at A. R Penny's i.ntge sire joe and i. drugstore Quarantood Guro. fHftj A. S. PRICE, In the Ccmes to you every other The cheapest and best paper for only in Kentucky $' ee's it three months Address Tu Advocatk, Danville, Ky. THE ADVOCATE er day $i. Tor Bmlm Few More Building Lots a Subscription School. At the close of our public scho M, we four month subscription school on ill begin K.b. rraln naves LOCAL TIME CARD. 5:10 p. ra. L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. .. -- . Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning Go, weep as I have wept, O'er a loved father's fall ; See every cherished promise swept, Youth's sweetness turned to gall; Hope's faded flors strewed all the way That led me up to oman'day. Go, kneel as 1 have knelt; Implore, beseech and pray, Strive the besotted heart to melt, The downward course to stay; He cast with bitter curse aside Thy prayer burlesqued, thy tear defied. Go, They lloth Agrccil That There Must Hon Wedding. til tram going North " South...... .. tirpret train " South North Local Freight North South- - tJjpra S Pm Pm m .....33 The Utter trains also The abore it calculated on standard time. I me ii about ao minutes faster. ...5 3ep carry patenger. - 7iom Solar stand where I have stood, And see the atroug man bow. With gnashing teeth, lips bathed in blood, And cold and livid brow; Go, catch his wandering glance, and see There mirrored his soul's misery. Go, hear what I have heard The sobs of sad despair, A memory's feeling fount hath stirred And its revealing there Have told him what he might have been, Had be the drunkard' fate foreseen. Go to my mother's side, ik.mwut:Kw a JJbsofatdy Pure ,. A cream of tarter baking powder. Higest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., IOO Wall St., New York. And her crushed spirit cheer; Thino own deep anguish hide, Wipe from her cheek the tear; Mark her dim eyes, her furrowed brow, The gray that streaks her dark hair now, n irame, the trembling limb. Hie And trace the ruin buck to him Whose plighted faith in early youth, Promised eternal love and truth. Hut who, foresworn, hath yielded up This promise to the deadly cup, And led her down from lose and light, From all that made her pathway bright, And chained her there mid want and strife, That lowly thing, a drunkard's wife I And stamped on childhood' brow so mild, That withering blight a drunkard' child ! toll-wor- New Crusher and Bolting Cloth. Having added ti my Mill a Corn Crusher, one at the that will i;nnd cob and all andand mix lime time to suit snnd any other kind ofRraiu new Hourit ltolting anyone, and also put in a good Cloth, I am prepared to make you some a lturr Klour; and am putting in Meal k"JiI0l-I.lrllBoll, will have it ready ma J. 55.1m on Go, hear and see and feel and know All that my heart hath felt and known, glow; Then look within tho wine-cup-'s Sec if its brightness can atone ; Think If it flavor jou would trj, lfall proclaimed" 'Tis drink ami die.' .PUBLIC RENTING. Monday, February 13, 1893, court-hous- Tell me I hate the bewl, Hate is a ficble word; I louhe, abhor, my very out lly strong disgust is stirred, When'er I see, or hear, or tell Of the DARK UBS KXAGB OP MKLL Ai Kxeetitorsol the will of J. L. Dawson, deed. (1'nnted In loving memory of a desutcd and true we will on w ife, from her own selections ) MEN AND WOMEN. Bishop Doano of tho cnthctlral of Albany will hrtvo ono of tho finest cnrvcl oak thrones in tho country, tho gift of Mrs. J. V. L. Pruyn. Mrs. Mary Hall, attorney at law, conducts a class in "civil government" at Woodsiilo seminary at Hartford. PoliF. B. RILiE?,,Proprietor. tics, tho tariff, etc., are discussed. Kentucky. According to n paper published in I have moved to my new Hotel and aia better Bristol, England, Lady Henry Somerset, prepared than ever to accomaiodate the public. tho teinporanco advocate, is tho owner of Good Lis ery attached and eery convenience It buildings Give me a call. ,. . ..,.. MbLI, as saloons. which are now being used t K A. T7 Mrs. Mary King, Ci years old, a native Traveling Public. of England and a resident of this counNotice to the try for nearly half a century, was natu... . .. I have had ralized in tho court at Mobile, so as to enable her to make a homestead entry. HOUSE Major General Sir Gttorge Stewvi White, who is to succeed Lord Roberts At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and as commander in chief in India, has been satiave in connection with Hotel one of the best loons In the State, open day and night; anight 38 years in the British army, most of man meets all trains. In connection with Housr that timo having been seiit in that have also one of the best Mineral wells in the buu. country. and Mrs i and for reference to water, call on Mr. G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Hoyd InMrs. A. S. Oakley of Xewburg owns gram, Erin, Tenn., A. A. Warren. Stanford, Dr. I). E. Proctor, C. II. Braurn. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. tho villago Btreet roller and sprinkler Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Johnson, business of that town. Shu has conNew Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburir. Rates $1 per ducted it for 17 years. Mrs. Oakley Jay. J. M. Petrcy, clerk. Give me a call.Prop. oWy .W. CARRIER, superintends tho work herself and does her own collecting. Father Antoine do Padone, whose reW. B. cent death at a Trappist monastery in Franco has been rejorted by cable, was nono other than Princo Malatesta, who fought as an ally of Louis Bonnparto against tho pontifical troops in Ituly. Lady Florence Dixey, who is an expert in the nso of rod and rifle, and who has dono her share in shooting big game, has provoked tho wrath of her Bporting er compatriots by denouncing fox hunting For the piinlcss extraction of teeth and oil and rabbit couroing us wanton cruelty. Reed doesn't conceal from any ono his opinion that Bourko Cockran is by far tho ablest man "on tho other eido of tho house," nnd Bourko Cockran thoroujobred expresses tho samo view of Mr. Reed. Xlueteen k.i4 Ewe and also one touthdown lluck; one i 5o pouiid Mr. Reed and Mr. Cockran are two of col-old Steer: 7 yearling Mare Mules, food tho closest cronies in tho Iiohko an U good Mules. , e door iu County court day, before the and Stanford rent to the highest go best bidder about corn and about thirty (joi acres of land to in twenty (0) acres wro L.L DAWSON,) K u. UKiuni, t o3t THE BILEY HOUSE London, d. -- THE SHELTON The delicato young heiress looked thoughtfully out of tho window. "My case is ono that requires constant caro nnd watchfulness, is it?" sho said, "It is," repliod tho young physician. "And I am habitually caroless of myself and likely to counteract tho effect of your prescriptions without constant oversight?" Mr. Albert Favorite, of Arkansas (.lly. Kansas, benefit of his did not put it qnito so strongly as wishes to give our readers the "I contracted experi"I a cold ence with colds. He sass. that, but if you will pardon my saying early lat spring that settled on my lung: and hardly recovered trom It, when caught anhad eo you have stated tho situation correct- other that hung on all summer and left me with a ly." hacking cough which I thought I would never get Remehad uicd Chamberlain's rid of. "Hum and I am nlono in tho world, dy some Ifourteen years ago with Cough success rauvh with no ono attached to mo by ties of and concluded to try it again. When had got through with one bottle my cough had left me ard kindred I" sho mused. have not suffered with a cough or cold since. Tho young doctor coughed discreetly I have recommended it to othes and all speak I well of it." 50c bottles Tor sal. by W. 11. Mc Roand said nothing. bert, Druggist, btantord, Ky. "With this constant watchfulness you think my naturally strong constitution Mr. C F.Dayls, editor of the llloomfield Iowa, says: I Chamlerlaln's would rally in timo and my health bo Parmer, Remedy' to can recommendwith colds and all sufferers Cough fully restored?" In my lamily for the past have used it croup. two sear and hate found It the best I ever' used "I am sure of it, Miss Welloph." joe fer the purposes for which It Is Intended "Do you think I could trust mysolf in hottlislor saloby W II. McRoberls, Druggist, tho caro of a mero hireling whoso faith- Stanford, Ky. fulness would bo of rt purely mercenary Ios.ph V. Dory, ol Warsaw, III ws trcubled character?" with rhematlsm and tried a number of different remedies, but mi J s none of them seemed to do him "I should regret exceedingly to seo a any good but finally he got hold of one that speedease in which I take so deep an interest ily cured him. He was much pleaded with it and would like as as a professional man imperiled by Ultsure that otheis similarly afllictcd cured him. to know whit the remedy was that such a condition of things." He states for the benefit of the public that it is sale by "And yet how can tho difficulty bo called Chamberlain's Pain Ilalm. ForKy. W. II McRoberls, Druggist. Stanford, surmounted?" "It must." Uuclclln't Snlvo. "It is necessary that I should bo under The bcfl salve In theArnlcu lor cuts, bruises world sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fovcr sores, teller, chaptho constant guardianship of somolKxly crup all chilblains, corns upon whoso fidelity nnd regard I can de- ped hands,positisely cures piles,and no skirt requirpay or tians and satisfaction pend with nbsoluto certainty?" ed. It is guaranteed in giv perfect "I cannot bo answerablo for tho re- or money refunded Price 5 cents per box. Kor sale by A. R.' Penny, Stanford, Kv. sult otherwise." "And ono whoso patient watchfulness must be guided by intelligence, skill and o through knowledge of my enso, I you would say?" gave her CttMrl When Babjr nas sick. "You are right." When 1J10 wn a Child, sbe crieU for CnstorU. "And yet I am practically alono in tho When s!io beenmo MI, she dun to Caterii. world." Again tho handsome young physician When nho h!d Children, sho Bivothen Costorla. coughed decorously, but said nothing, nnd tho shadows danced op nnd down c nnd to and fro on the wall, and tho cat asleep on the nig got up, stretched itsolf, yawned nnd stole softly out of tho MYEUS HOUSE room. "Dr. Goode," said tho young woman, with a slight tremor in her voice, "you must precribo for mo in this matter." "I, Miss Welloph?" ho exclaimed, with CREEN, Prop. P. b kind of spasmodic gasp. "Yes. Do you know of anybody that which Is run n connection with the meets tho requirements that such a a This stable, Myers House, has been supplied with guardian must possess?" "Do I?" ho echoed impulsively, yot A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, hopelessly. '"Oh, yes, but" Ho stopped, palo and trembling. better lhau ever u .ATlfimer' Supple and "Well?" iMipplr the public with prcpaui Iu the glow of tho firelight her faco RIGS OP ALL. KINDS. seemed to flush with tho rosy huo of rePersonal and prompt attention given to Wedding turning health already. Parties and Ilurlals "Nothing, Miss Welloph!" P W. GREEN, Proprietor. "You were about to say, doctor, that AI.. IIURNS, Matiaerr you know of some ono who could" "I I was about to say nothing of tho kind, Miss Welloph. If if a wild hope for t moment occurred to mo" guar-anle- In the corporate limits of Rowland. has H. I. DARST. Rowland. gained rapidly in popular (avnr until now It is clcaily in tho lead among pure medical tonics and Containing nothing which permit It alterative A. U. Ltnhn uutaaa beseraireorinioxicatit: it is recocniied as John II, Castleman, the best and purest medicine fur all ailments of the Stomacn, Later ami Mdnejs, it win cure Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and drive Malaria from the system. Salisfactloa with each bottle or the money will be refunded. Price only 30 cents per bottle. Sold by A. R. Penny, Druggist. A Loador. Since Its dial Introduction, Hlcctric tlliler FEBRUARY ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, All branches taught that the ntlrons may dcine C II HOLMES, Principal, 9Mro MISS CKTTIK THURMOND, Asst 20TH, 1893. TO THE IA0DII3. I Insurance Company, BARBEE&CASTLEMAN I MILl.LlNERYsverhandle.1 In Stanford, selecl etlwlthan especial vltw to the wants of this trade. Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an trimmer, Is with me thl seaon ana I guarantee everything to t In the latest and most approved Minion The ladle ate invllol to call and eiamlne my grwls, which I will take pleasep-rlrnce- am receiving one of the most elegant lines ol d ure in showing, 6 MISS I.1CCIK IIKAZLEV. 1 Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. 1 W. A. TBXSBLS, Lcctl Apent, STANFORD, KY. JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS EAGER. , V ROWLAND, KV., HARDWARE, DEALER IN GROCERIES, llools and Shoes, Cigar and Tobacco. Ohl.y River Salt for sale by the barrel. Will lake couu-trproduce in eichange for gmxla at market price I am also agent lor the old reliable Hrodhead Tobaccos and will Veep a full Inn of these pods in stock, and all I ask of the merchnts ol Manford and Rowland is to give me their order and I will put thb good In their houses at Factory prices liberal patronage, 1 ask a hanking the public ler t toutlnuouce of same, and re mam your servant ii 1 fr 57y mi...'.., oli YEAGER & YKAGER, UYE&7, FEED AND SALE STABLE C. D. FOWEX.X., DSALIK IN 3TANFOHD, KY. General -:- - Merehandisc, And Country I'rduce, We are In our new stable in the Opera House llasepencd his slock of goods and i. ready te well supplied with Block and are serve the people of Stanford and vninily He is oiTcrlng unheard of llargalns and all who want good goods at the lewctt potsible prices should NEW RIGS AND HORSES call on him on Ixsjan Avenue s Have been purchased and nothing but turnouts will leave the stable rirst-clas- Give th cm n Cnll. 37 V7. O. HUTCHIUGS, rauraiKioa MAXKOItn, KENT 1'CKV pro-sum- Livery and Feed Stable, Having purcbasotl of A. 'I . Nunnellry his liv cry umiie.s I can fee louad at hi. old stand rswdy to .it on the I'mMIc st any time day or tiighi Nutlung but Mnl-tcs- FIRST CLASS ITKAIS, ;k. : TURNOUTS shall trave my stable sm! my price will be as lo ii the lowest Doa'l lurgM my Stanford and Ktvlana Ixis line F kXTTEITSfr STABLE t ,PkACriAI. , r II ASK i w. STRiS.TJBt5c CO., Plumbers and Steam n Fitters. Dealers in all kinds of Iron and Urass GoJs lor .team and water Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All work guaraiiteed against, defective material and wisrkmanship 57 1 FinST-OLAB- S Farmers Bank&Trnst or stanford.:kv., Is now lull Co "Ye-,!- " "But no!" "Did I not tell you, Dr. Goodo, Hint you must prescribo for mo as to this this guardian?" "Do you know, Vera Welloph," ho said, with a wild yearning in his look and voice, "what you are driving mo to say?" DANE Clocks Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Surplus, Solicited Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty Person having any nf the above described stock for sale or wishlnc to purchase same, will do well to call on or address me An einerlencc of fifteen year In this business has been of profit to m. and I think I can make It profitable both to the buyer 100 am) srllcr. r. O. address Stsnford, Ky. Office at the Myrr House WILLIAM MOREL AND, Paid Dealer in the ahotc. orisnncd and ready l.r business wilt . up Capital of $200,000. .'l 000. SUCCESSOR tolHK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same asset and uadcr the same management. lly provisions of Its chiller, depositors are ss fully protected as aia depositors In N.U.asI Uanks, its ttuicholders being held individually liable ta the (stent ol th. amount of their stock therein at the par value theieol, In addition I. th. amount invested In such shatrs, It my act as csccutor, adniim.lritor, trustee, Ac, as fully si sa individual To those who entrusted their bulsincss to us while mnagftig the Lincoln National Ilaak 01 Manford, we c here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, ottering as a guarantee fur prompt attention to same, our tocnty yeais experience la banking and as liberal sccoiumodations as arc Coo- intent with sound b.nking IIKtCTURS. THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of n o o r? 7, o ii - i- -q "but "I think do, doctor," sho whispered, but I don't seo any other way out I JDll PENNF of it, do you?" Tho cards Watches, X to ft . V, jDentlst. are out.- - Chicago Tribune. -- "DBHTO." FOB, SAT.E. corn-re- er d, ,r Kinuviile, crkioto.V. Lincoln county. Kv of NTrfltj. to save." Head of Firm Pouwipor, wo shall SALE. FARM "Well, my papa gave mo ten cents to havo to reduco your salary after tho 1st. Harper's will sell privately my Karmnl V Acres on the spend, nnd thnt'e Vetter still." t Penwiper What's tho matter, sir? Osaville & Stanford pike, three wiles Irons or five Young People. with dwellinjr Business, I am sure, is good. It is well impiusod, necessary outbuildings; rooms, now barn and til Head of Firm Yes, but wo nro taking In their first annual meeting held in sprint;. Call on me ou the premises l,j his fineme at address "h"JjCN.K KEI.,.EY. Luusvillo Friday, tho distillers and liq- a new man into tho firm. Clothier and Furnisher. uor dealers adopted resolutions opposing llolli. a of tho internal revenue on will start up next weeca an Increas LUMDLjK.SAvV MILL on the Somerset whisky and decided to lit: lit the Statu Spellman Aro you going south on uike. wzht mile from Stanford, and will have law iu tho courts business or jo,oooftnfgood Oak and Poplar Lumber for revenue and taxation Mr. Setrich Well, business nnd pleasSafe. I will sell at the most reasonable rates and uiilcM the Hhsettuuieut of whisky, which has been increased from ;S to 12 per bar- ure combined Ft' 10 nttend tho funeral invite all who want Lumber to give me a call. Ottenhesru. JACOIl 1IAKKLK.ER, rel, is reduced. of tho uncle who lutt mo a fortuue. Chicago Inter Ocean. Something to Romombor, Is the strongest, safest and most If jou're a weak or ailing woman that there's Coal"?Co., Falls Branch Jellico A Possibility. only one medicine so sure to help you that it can prosperous institution of the kind A ZVInttiT "Papa Much lli'tti r. gave me a whole dollar today Thut llli; IVllrr. A middlo ngrd man whoso business keps him away from homo on all days except Sunday had occasion to chastise his eldest son ono Sabbath alwut threo weeks ago. As soon as tho shinglo seance was over tho child ran crying into tho house. "Why, Johnnie, what is tho matter?" asked tho mother iu alarm. "That big feller's been licking 1110," whimpered tho boy. "What fellow do you mean, Johnnie?" "Why, that feller what stays hero every Sunday," replied the urchin with u gulp. Texas Siftings. Jewelry n n 3 1 And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All goods old engraved tree of charge. BirVour patronage respectfully solicited. 2. m n c n -- ' ? PJ 2 e i: s So x a. - -" W O J. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J, M. Hall, Staalord; J . S. Owsley, Manford , S J, Embry, Stanford ; J. K Lynn, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, MHIedgevtllt, J K. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord, Ky S. II. Shanks, Prcsldcut. W. M ft n ow(bi o lltlght, Teller J II Owlej,Cathiei 9" ? 3 THE NATIONAL 73 a o n FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, KV FOR Building Si Loan ASSOCIATION, r o v SJ - Capital Stock Surplus - 5200,000 20, 500 n o c tin Stan-ior- 1 OF X.OUXSVIX.I.E, THE GOFFEY MOUSE STANFORD, KV., be guaranteed It's Dr. Pierce' Favorite Proscription. In building up overworked, feeble, delicate women, or In any "female complaint" or weakness, if it ever fails to benefit or cure, jou rean have your money Try it. We are the sole agent for Stanford Jand storative toaic, a back. It' and invigorating,nerttrcngtuing oolhinif Rowland. Offlce corner ol Depot street and vine and n sale and certain remedy lor woman's ills and ailments It regulates and promotes all m (JOINS A WATTS. the proper functions, improves digeatinn, enriches the blood, dupels aches and pains and restores health and strength. Nothing else can be as cheap. With this, you pay only for the good you Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Original JclUco Coal. rffcv George I wonder why Ethel calls mo her chrysanthemum? Binks Sho may havo discovered tho fact that you haven't a cent. Brooklyn Life. A Great lluby. doing business in the State. John II. Leathers, President, John 15. l'irtle, V. President, A. G. Langham, Sec. & Trcas., C. M. Phillips, Gcn'l Manager. rt- - Just tho Thing. This is an expression the traveling public generally use when they find something that is exact-- y stock, but by the stockholder liability lor an amouutciual to the Hoik, o that depositor of o n this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 (in c I Kive sworn statement nftlie condition of the bank (I (fa ate made each yearto thu United Stale governn ment and its assets are esamlncd at staled tune by government agents, thus securing additilna and perfect tafcly to depositors. This institution, originally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanford in iJj8, then ID-A-IIRSlied as the National Hank ol Stanford In iWj and T. the first National Hank ol arain Stanlord in iSSj, has had practically an uninterrupted esistcnceof 11 years It Is better supplied & .. r ....11........ .... now with Incllittes for transacting business prompt .Alii 1 D air, from winch I can supply any quantit) ol ly and liberally than ever before in its long and Accounts :rsey inn 10 urn ictim ui mi. nvw honorable career individualsof corporations, fidurespectfully soliciaries, firms and ml at tho lolloping price., dthscreil. cit! so cent . .. I'rcsli Milk, per gallon . The Directory ol this Hank is competed of 10 cents T, J. Kostcr, of Stanford; Skimmed Milk, por gallon. Scents Korostut Keid, Lincoln county; llutter Milk, pi r gallon J.W.llayden, Stanlord; I will make two trips daily. 1 he patronage ol the O.A. PHY ION. lublic is solicited. S.ll. Ilaughm.in, Lincoln,' Stanford, Ky. yr. qi.i M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S, llocker. Stanford; C. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. 1'. Hill, Stanford. W. 0. Welch, Stanford; W. .P.Tate, Stanlord. tfq !'ir-PI- that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provision, of the National Hank Act deKi.itor are stturcd not only by the capital Attention of the public is invited to the fac FXJBI.IC SALE & Jacks, Jennets Horses. OrFlCKRS what they want. This expression applies directly to the Wisconsiu Central Lines, which Is now admitted by all to be "The Route' Irom Chicago to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland, Duluth-an- d is now all points in the Noithwest. Their double UThis Hotel, renovated anl refurnished,so a to and I iutend to conduct it "otonlymlniam it. high reputation. bUo add daily train service and fine equipecut offers in accommodaducement which can not le surpassed. to it long list ol friends. Special tions Tor commercial traveler and fine rooms.for This is the only line running both through Pullthe dlsploy of samples. s man aud.Tourist Sleeper from Chicago to Pacific Coait Point without change. AIFirst-Clas- s I'or full information address your nearest ticket agent or Jamn C. Pond, General Passenger and BILLIARD and Ticket Agent, Chicago, III. First-Clas- JOSEPH COFFEYjPro'r. BOARD AT STANFORD. Col. T. President, E. C. Walton, V. President, A. C. Sine, Sec. & Trcas., H..Helm, J. S. Rice, Agents. P. February 9th, 1893, The day following Mr. John T. Woodward's sale n. oictiing, rvy . i of satlule norscs, i win fifteen Jack, twenty five Ittinet anti iucitv nv, Hones. The Jacks are all oiu enough for .itvice, The Horses include I, S. Mocker, President; John J. McKoberts, Cashier; A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. 87. 1891. Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Immense stock of Pruit and Ornamental Trees, small I mils, Shrubs, Vines and Plants. Price low. We have no ugents and our piofuj cease where theirs begin General aud Strawberry Catalogue on application to 71 Hill, Saloon! "That's a fine baby of yours, Maw-su.- " Six Fine Stallions, 2 Standard-breTrotters, Jt d , Ad rOOHOO.t.ached "Yes. You ought' to hear him at night. He cries like twiriS.' Truth. And annrnberof nice- Geldings, Ac Kor cat y. loirura, nuuress me as .n CLAVTON HOWELL. II. I'.HILLENMKYHR, Ltxiugton, Ky. t4 --v-, iai.ii. hii "';' .. - X iH--' .., .. , S ti A- wWi. .- - a ' It