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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893021401 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. - ,..,., n.Tr." y 'mrii'JFVWtP?,''yWr iBmnim "i"pJ'mU, Semi W EEKLY vol. XX. CRAB ORCHARD. NOTES FROM ATLANTA, GA. . Interior Journal. -- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1893. ! NO. 100 i . ' than probtibly u third of thu InbnbitnntH DANVILLE. H. II. KINJ. GKOKGK II. PRKWITT. That littli) obscure 0,'indrupcd, known of tliH city. Judge McFcrran sent K Dunn and Tho Indies of thu ChriHtinn church Atlanta is not dependent on the ngri uutliu. trrnn nil. Iiv. ....lil..,!.. ui.i. lilu ... . v i it bi n"- r .... e Friday Malt Brooks to thu . .. portion of -Georgia, lor ,,,pni f .... realized nuom t- - irum wiuir miipi. itj . - if iiiiii ,ai, t iiii'iili i otin tiin H Wliul0"r ' l!' . nt '...V.T" ..' . SomHYorvhandaomocikeaworoitold evenimi for 30 d.iva u.ich for Htcnlltiit coal -"" ' "' " " " P""K - wnce g. Ii. day, tlio Jmiotion very cheap. . cwlN. ry po nntton fr0' W. . Uood'a car at the depot. It has been unbearably mean. MOHELAND, KY., Tha Ltorary olub WM en. -- Our young men nn, preparing for ma for R..n referring lo Mf ,G' "' Take this method of informing the public that they will open in the tho near future . uncntortninmentin n,"ht, gen- . Welsh. There was no inuUt in buying inatrum.mta for u,,.jr " nlin.ngt .,., '1 tiear future a well selected stock of timea w ,,, . t nan V Well, I have been hero over two weeks liberallyf ne n nleiItyof K00u things ml U,,l. V hnn ihlH will be iiihi luritH nun il waiiui nnni iiihk in. patronized, na a good band ia a great now and have bejrun to feel Hko n citi find something that ia not made here, to eat. zen of the "Kin pin- .State of tho .South." Geo. F. Anderson, of thia county, kelp to any town, ami we have lots of llpt-ratI like Atlanta but will not There aro no flies on Atlanta, anyway, lias bought of W. P. Davia, of Shelby, And in the early Spring will add to their stock a line of Clothing, hern that ought to be culmusical talent compare any placo to that prince of and if you should believe there is nik an the fine saddle stallion, King Chester, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Dry Goods, Millinery, &c. Our terms will tivated. Kentucky towns, dear old .Stanford. Am Atlanta man tlio next time you see one. for $.,000. After a season in tlio btud be cash or country produce and we will also take in exchange for There-wan largo crowd in attendThe headqnnrters of the peoplo'a par, but feel very here King Chester will bo Bent to the goods Tan Hark, Whisky Harrcl Staves, Hoop Poles and Hickory and thine," that not exactly honualcL-ance at J.S. Fiflh'a I would Hko to spend n few ty of thin .State is just acrosa thu street WorldV Fair. bpokes. uivc us a call and we will save you money. prices. Milk much like wore wold brought fair from my place of business, but if they Mr. Felix G. Fox, who has been in hogs 5j to 0c. days, at leant, at homo. Tho busy sea-iiwold from $10 to cows c& in thu grocery linu will not last very have ever had n meeting since tho cy- St. Louis and Kansas City for 17 years AaniilvftiOO was hid for the farm tlio in u clone of November last it is not on rec- pitt, has definitely concluded to remain deci-.l.- ul much looter, however, and I bono hiiIu waa stopped and Mr. Fish baa couple or three weeks to again return to ord. Tho p. p. waa pretty badly Bnowrd iu Danville nnd practice law. His office In rotimtn In Kentucky, which WO under then and since has not been able newspaper businefta. for the present will bo with his brother, are glad to note, for wo dislike to give thu A few afternoons ago I accepted nn in to resurrect itaolf. Clins. C. Fox. tlila family up. The Grand Opera House, L. Do Give, from Mr. Joshua 1). Swope, f Mnlersburg, Mrs. Dr. J. R. Best, Mrs. J. (i. Carpenter is visit i ne, at vitation manager and owner, was opened Friday father's, J. S. Fish. Mrs. Win. A. who ia hero selling mules, to tnkou drive night with Charles Frohin.m'fl great is in town, allied here hy the illnet-- of B Arnold, of Lancaster, is with relative, and nt thu hour appointed he called with play, "Men and Women." An immense her Hister. Miss Snllv Bnrlwe. Mr. R. a tin turnout, drawn by gonuino KenW. Kastland, late of tn- - ilmn firm of LoSlavin hna been ijtiito m? iKl here. Grnnd-intucky horses. We drove nil over tho crowd was present and the opening wbs gin & Ivistland, is now State agent for Hick, but we aro glad to eny ia much done with much pomp and ceremony. J. W. Guest, of D.iuville, baa city, which necessitates i,uito a lengthy Tho Constitution in speaking of this op- the Globe Building and Loan C". drive, and I vriw givon a better opportu.Sunday evening two buckshot came been for a week attending to his interera home says: "It ia tho finest place of docrashing through tho window of Col. I am now ready to wait upon my friends in anything in est hero. J. II. Uilkeraon baa fronu to nity than ever to see what Atlanta ia unuxemeut iu the United .States, with Chattanooga. Tenn., to look alur his ing for hernelf. This most decidoil im tbeexceptipn of the Tabor Grand nt Thomas M. Green's residence on Lexingprovf muntrt art on l'eacb Tree street, ton rtreet. It ia thought n boy with a property there. y Denver, Colorado, Thore are a ltuuibur Holdam J a hum hitvtj begun distill- which has been extended far nut into of theatres much larger, but only one gum sling or a Flobert lille was behind t delling-i- coating tlio buckshot when they started on their ing, turning otr huvoral burrols daily. the country. journey. from So.aiO to $25,IKX), aro going up in can eclipse it in elegance." Being a member of the W. C. T. L, I Our sister, Mra. I. X. Vauii'ian, and Mr. Sam Ltrimer, assistant superinin what waa a dense forest 13 years ago would hko to express myself plainly in son, Xewton, of Kiehniond, Va., joined tendent of collectors for thu Ctiesapeake men are and which is now cleared of tho oak retard to this, but as both Tom and me Friday, to spend several & Ohio railway, wit' headquarters at friumhi of mine I cut only hops that they treaoiily where the hoiiBcsftland. IVtch days iu tlio Gate City. We aro of course Ky., is in town for a few days I am also agent for a line of. VXU will soon nee the error of their wiy and Tree ntret, which coininericeH in the enjoying tln-i- visit, as it ia the first timo Ashland. on a visit to old friends. Mr. Lnriinur is very heart of the city, ia extended nut a turn their enureiea to something tbnt we havu met for a half do.n years. The of Danville and a son of the late will help, not crush, their fullowman. K. distance of nearly three miles and ia a presence of the editor of the I. J. would a native Samuel Larimer, nt the time of his death of cattle to street that most any city would feel II. UrouotiKh baa a line lot complete. a few years aijo one of Danville's oldest proud of. Washington street ii also be- make the family reunion utilize thu slop of thia dUtillery. They are botli favorably impressed with and most respected citizens. Mr. Lari ing extended miles out and has on it worn stiprined to seeitsuch mer was educated in Topeka, Kas., nnd Equal to hny ever offered here. Call and see them. I represent the LANCATERrQAIlRARU UOUNTY. many fine residences. A Mriking build- Atlanta, and K. C W. a metropolitan city. famous has been in his present employment seving on thia street ia the Jewish Orphans' Work on West k liaison's nuw store en months. His brothers, Harry nnd Home, which cost $150,000. It is a comCHURCH AFFAIRS. room han been u're uly delayed on acBoyle, aro successful lawyers in Topekn, mendable enterprise and tho Jews aro weather. count of the A great religious revival at tho NorWilliam is a druugist, James is studying building and Work on the law israin elevator to be congratulated on thu thern Methodist church at Middlesboto, law with the two brothers and all named of it. nosr thu depot ha- breu resumed and fiiiatcnnucu We then drove to Oakland Cemetery, ia in progress nnd in one week more than nro doing well. a few thebuildinc will bocoiupletol in Call and see my line of goods before make any purchases. in which nru many flue monuments and 100 have confessed. niV-tHRev Fred D. Hale baa accepted a IN MEMOMAM. Very respectfully, is a grand monument in Willia Gilbert, a nej:ro, ROt drunk vaults. There call to the First Baptist church of of the Confederate dead, a large William Young was born in Pulasaild warmed up llattlo Kow Friday nlisht. honor The church ia the largest nnd number of those who died for thu Lost ki county, Ky., .Mine 3, 18:21. He wns He waa promptly eneorU'd to jail by Cause being buried there. Westview, wealthiest in that city. the second son of Godfrey and Tabitha and costa. Chief Hamilton; John I). Rockefeller, the many-timdry k'ood-- i man. the other cemetery, also has a monu millionaire, ia a deacon in the Fifth Av- Young. Ho came with his parents to Jacob Joseph, the recently va- ment erected in honor of tho Confeder- enue Baptist church of New York and Lincoln countyf Ky., about the year hna runted tbo cated by W. T. West and will move bia ates and ia an improvement, in Ihu way passes tho contribution box every Sun- IS 30. He joined thu Methodist church of tomb stones, over Oakland. Wo iu day, when about 10 yeara old. Ho was classstock into the same next week. tended to visit the grounds where the Rev. J. E. Triplet!, formerly of this ic tder at Pleasant Hill for about 2o A very enjoynble impromptu hop great battle of Atlanta was fought, but county, who lias been pastor of the yeara. He moved to College Hill, in w.u isiven at tbo Mason Uolel Friday Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just Presbyterian church at Sweetwater, Mtdison county, in tiie fall of 1S70 and a iloxnn couples "danc- durkiuiM came on and we were compellAbout evening ed to IKMtpOllO it. Kingman county, Kansas, at old stand with Tenn., has given it up to do evangelistic from there to ed the lioura away" to tbo music of Frof. Reverting to Mr. Swope. He telle mo work. in March, 1SS2. He was married lo Eli-z- i G icon's orchustrd. ia very dull and Bryant, March 30. 1SI1. To them Winn Bishop Dudley took charge of If tliH time and spacu kIvoh in tho that thu mule market On the 27th of doiu;-- i of that ho Iihs been here three weeks with the Knlscopil Diocese of Kentucky, IS Wire born ten children. city dallies to tho Miylng-- i and duvotwl to lookiiiK' a car load and "nary" a one has he dia years ego, the diocese had but IS min- Jaiunry, 1S9J, ho was a3 well as usual; And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, tbo millionaires were Stationery Mr. Kugeno Lee, of Dau- -' isters; it has 50 now. Tho communi- went out to feed his calves; one of them after tho condition nud wimta of tlio posed of yet. s drug store I shall be pleasville, audJns. Harper, of Hustonville.nre cants were then 1,001; they now number hooked him, from which he suflered and everything to be found in a lioor. It woiiin no more cominouuuuin February 2, when death re- ed to see all my old custmcrs and as many new ones as will favor me, and more bunelloial to thu world nt noil) Here nuying tinu selling mines, ine 7,070. The mission contribution then greatly until lieved him from his pain. He lived over Assuring them former reports good buaines-was $2,003; it ia now $i,870. lar:e. I have never been a city where street ...,.;...u w..r. Iwbl nt tbn im Mrs. Doney Anderson, thu lich Fay a half century a faithful member of tho it II tun no. i.v.ur. ... : wiih cars run with such rapidity ns t.itiv do ette county widow, who has gone daft church. His houso was n home for min1......1. :,..., ,.v ,,i..li .....! A lar-- o here. They "knock thu bocka oil" of the on Schweinfurth, tho Dutcli Christ, who isters of tho Gospel, many of whom will sermon by Klder J. O. He waa ..I. 1. ....I..,. In Kentucky Central between Stanford nnd holds forth at Kick lord, 111., nud has remember iiis kind hospitality. !... congregation aiienueu, muun iiuhukiu Richmond, when it comes to speed. Hy converted her handsome home into a always ready to do all bia power to sup wade through dark and muddy streets New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. Ho was and cross! ugH. It Hceinsaa though the thu way. thu CotiMilodated Street Rail- "heaven" for his converts, ia Baid to bo port and build up the church. good citizen and an obliging neighbor street latnpa have been ab.uidonml alto- way Co. hVro waa rather unfortunate last do&oly related by blood to the family of a a kind husband and a loving father. He year. A number wero killed and wound- Hon. John I). Harris. gether. We have another on tho Iancastor leaves his faithful wife and six children Li.xi ed bv the cars nnd there have been and M lotted Delia Hughes and will be brought 01 suits against it, the In our issue of last to mourn his departure. Four children Simpson, o! lower Garrard, have returnat aggregate amounting to 5.107,000. Should Tuesday our impoter got mixed and put in Kansas and two in Lincoln county. ed from a visit to Miiia Katie .Simpton, Gilberfa Creek. Mr. Sam Morrow, of a third of the casus bo won by the plain an item intended for our church column Ky. But they do not mourn as iho6u pie-- ' iu the Lancaster letter It was to tho who have no hope, for bia Christian life Somerhct, baa been visiting at bia un- titl., tho company will likely go to oiled that tho Methodist churcbSunday-schoo- l and dying testimony assure them that cle's, Col. W. O. Bradley. Miss Flop cea, Atlanta Indies have not ndopted hero bad decided to uso ita sur- all is well with him. He told them not unco Jenkins, of Danville, baa been Ihu ' The to grieve about him, fir lie waa ready, O . tho hoopakirt fashion yel, but there is plus to buy a library and that a commitguest of Miss Mamie Currey. Mra. J. considerable talk about them doing so. tee would solicit books and cash contri whs not nfraid to die aud going to a bet Hemphill and daughter, Mia Theo., We have. They won't stay behind tho piocetsion, butions to aid ita establishment. The ter world. He will be greatly missed by have returned fiom Louisville. all, especially by ids wife and childreu. and should tbeie be a telegraphic report Record didn't even Binell tho mouse, but ' HUST0NVILE. from lltwton saying they are being worn changing thu item a little, used it for Bill their loss ia his gain, for we think of there, I'll guarantee every female mem tho Methodist church in Lancaster. Our him now as safe at home in heaven, A rabid dog passed through Mr. Kua ber of the 100 here would have them on neighbor is always getting taken in by where wife, children, brothers, all exJones' Hock of sheep and atlattnccouniH . And opened elegant lines of pect to meet him iu thesweet by befort sunset. It ia an intolerable style not keeping ita eyes flkmned. he had been forced to shoot i:i and had amend will bo preached near his His and sincerely hope our sensible Stansix more of his Hook Hhut tip, supposed Over four millions in gold waa ex- home iu Rugo, Kansas, Feb. 10th, also nt ford ladies will not fall iu Hue this time, to have been bitten. any way. Tho Constitution liore says ported Saturday, making tho total ex- Highland, Lincoln county, on the same It has been suggested that tho band ports so far this year nearly sixteen mil- day. J.imksS. Youmi. about them: haven supper each night of thu school this lions. "Soon taituon from llu- sUrc will li9c, entertainments, ai it ia probable that His friends hero will regret to learn Alderman Georgo Droege, the man Tht- drencumall anil pert, those who attend will feel thu need of my glove,' Innle'il of 'I'ray who had Hon. Harvey Myers indicted of tho death of Major W. N. Potts, which ' Twill bo ' Kxcusu my skirt.' "" refreshment before going home. for attempted bribery, baa himself been occurred last week at tlio home of his Mrs. Jou Hopper, of Ferry ville, came Tho charity organization ia talking of indicted by tho grand jury for carrying son, B. C. Pott3, in Richmond. He was India Linens, Linen Lawns, up yesterday to see her now gmnd-chilopening a free soup and lunch house for coucenled weapons. strickon with paralysis a few days before little girl, who arrived the the poor, who ask alms from door to a bright-eyeIn New York Mra. Betsy Shultz win and never rallied. The Register says of day before to make her homo with Mr. door. Tho membe-- a of the organization convicted under an old law of being a him: The deceased was born in Jessaand Mrs. Bruce. Mra. Dr. Leo F. Huil'-ma- (and the members will be composed of common scold and fined, the amount mine county and came to Richmond in Linen Laces, &c. &c. and daughter, of Loxington, aro those persons who pay a few dollars with costs reaching $70. Tho judgo re- 1877, and established thu celebrated Bofriends here. yearly) will be supplied with tickets, to marked that if there was a nanza Mills, llu took great pride in his be given when they deem proper, and thu woman would be ducked iu it, but busiuesa nnd few men in his profession dispatch ia published A sensational tho beggar can then go nnd fill his long-fe- ns there wna uono nt band ho would sim- were better known in the State or were iu tho F.miuiror to tho eflect that a want. It would bo indeed a good ply iinposu the fine. more energetic or skillful. Ho wns in drummer enticed thu daughter of n idea, it seems to mo. All prospect of silver legislation at his 73th year ail leaves it wifu nnd hbv prominunt Richmond man to one of Atlanta is likely to have a new court- this session of Congress vanished when en children he waa n member of the Lexington's acarlet houses, from which This space will be occupied by house, although tho present one is both tho House, by a majority of nine, refus- Methodist church, and was ouo of its by her tather and brothshe waa rescued l moacommodious and commanding iu appear- ed to take up thu bill repealing tho devoted and earnest followers. er, tho lormor taking hor homo nnd the ance. Tho city fathers think it hardly act, by ordering tho previous ques-tioJ m-mmifflgoing in pursuit of tho man with latter corresponds with tho city, however, and Tho Middlesboro News says that the mm) The democratic and republican Zjj blood iu his eyo and murder in bia heart. WV " ' j zrzi as soon as a site can bo decided nn, it is members dividod pretty evenly on thu Watts Steel nnd Iron syndicate has No names aro given, except that it ia moro than probable that tho work will vote, but tbo ten populists all voted with blown in ono furnace. Tne report of drummer's namo is thought that tho ho begun. thu city assessor shows thu total amount the silver men. na In 1893, who hereby extends hisjthanks to the Stono. Five of tlio Panama suspects wero of taxable property to bo 3,000,520 and citizens look with much The Gate City Tlio Allan Lino steamship Pomeraat Paris as follows: Ferdi-nnn- of white voters 503; coiored voters 141. nian had a perilous experience in a utorm pride on their firo department. Tho sentenced A bill was passed by the Minnesota de Lessops, five years' imprison, engines, hooks nud ladders on tlio Atlantic 1,130 miles out from most modem iueluding threo are used and the firemen are said to be mentaudafineof 3,000 francs; Charles House of Representatives making the Glasgow. Ten persona, Chief Joguer is do Lef sepa, five years' imprisonment and smoking of cigarettes a misdemeanor d adepts at tho business. cabin paasengara and tho t punishable by fine of from $25 to 50, or ns soon ns the alarm is :5,000 francs; M. F.illel, two years' and oilicer, wero swept overboard, while an and L'0,000 franca fiuo; M. Cottu, by imprisonment for 30 days. For their liberal patronage in thcpast, and wishes to say to them turned on ho can bo eceu going to the the captain ami another ponger wore Tho Princess of Waled baa takon a that on and alter January 1st he will sell goods for CASH only and eceuu driving his fine Kentucky steed at two years' imprisonment and Jl.OOO francs fatally iujured. break-nec- k speed. His horse, which fine; M. Fontane, two yeara' imprison- decided stand against thu coming abom-- i B. W. Gaines sold to S. J. Iimbry a a will defy the competition of any one. nation, the hoopskirt. hero, better ment nud 3,000 francs fiao. is a flue oue, is mule for ?100. m. a - r,i, 1 i:.. work-hous- , Jth,r 1 Z,. "" - !io7l - ,., .... ,,,;, KING & PREWITT, s .ora h&rdw&hx., SIHTG e, t Jl; on PBEWITT. hr s Tfl a i Si il d. KU-gnn- , GBOOEMIEB C -- A1BWABB. r COOK STOVES W. H. HIGGINS. - Oliver Chilled Plow, Dix Peed Cutter, Studobakor Wagons, &o. . i' o storo-root- n NEW DRUG STORE. NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, first-clas- . '". t.. ... ......Il ........ I Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. W. B. MoB.OBBR.TS, I I Record-Homestea- Seasonable Goods - j ! i JUST and-by- 1 - - Nansooks and Dimity Cheeks Hamburg Edgings and Insertings, d, d n g via-itm- duck-pon- d lt Slier-mai- n. v frw liwm FIYI f d Hrst-clas- bcc-on- Good People ofHuston ville a old-time- r impris-onmon- well-know- n "wwwwwrfHn f Semi-Weekly JSWM' Wto!?? 3S33q5 This ia St. Valentino's Day, but exactly when the custom of celebrating it be gan or why it was called after tho saint of that uamo is not clear, in urn iowi century tho festival was a very popular ono in England, Scotland and France, i, wan th. iMiatnm then and until recent ly for the girls and boys to meet on tho evening of the Mth of February and after writing their names on bits of paper to place them iu a receptacle, from which thoy wero drawn, care being taKen that each should draw ono of tho oppo site sex, tho person drawn being one s This custom prevailed jn valentine. America from an early day, but its observance in that manuer has nlmost ceased, being now observed principally in exchanging anonymous communications either of a sentimental or ludicrous nature. Wiien tho latter are sent in innocent fun they are quite amusing, but unfortunately advantage is taken of the custom by malicious persons to vent their Bpleen in a cowardly manner. These are beneath contempt, however, and their efforts should not be permitted to disturb the even tenor of our way. InteriqrJquknul 14, 1R9I3 Stamford, KY.,FinmuARY "W. F. WALTON, SIS : PAG-8S-. :FiEax:D.A.ir. sver"Z" astuteness that apposed to possess to decide which of conthe four reports in the Mason-For- d firm vict lease matter is correct. Tho account to has presented an itemized tho legislature, showinc that tho State is audindebted to it about $40,000. The and attorney general eny itor, treasurer that tho firm is indebted to tho State some $60,000, subject to certain credits, while Gov. Brown and Secretary of State Headley in their minority report figure the firm's indebtedness at $94,000. How these wonderful discrepenciea in canjoccur is past comprehension, but ouo thing is apparent on the faceol the whole matter, and that is mixthat more politics than business is is evother words, there ed up in idently a cat concealed in the meal tub. If Gov. Brown has known all alonj? that the lessees were behind the.large sum that he says they owe, why has he not brought BiiitlCagainst tucmf iney are perfectly solvent and if the questions can not be settled otherwise, the courts should pass upon them. The legislature is not tho proper place for contracts to be construed and Jthe questions would not havo been brought fbefore it but for tho petty jealousies that exist among the State officers at Frankfort. It is claimed that the secret of Gov. Brown's hostility to the lessees was occasioned by tho fact that they supported Watt Hardin for novernor, but surely he '.is a man of a larger calibre than tojpcrmit himself to be governed by revenge in In matter so important to the State and people. book-keepinc man of the It would take an Philadelphia wonderful lawyer is I HS tho average democrat favorably. Tho may know what he is president-elec- t about better than those who olected him, but the opinion will not down that tbero are a sufficient number ol uemo-crat- s in this country who have bourne tho heat nnd burden of the day, fully as capable and infinitely more deserving ivc than this recent recruit, who does not even claim now to be a democrat, except on certain issues. Tho judge is broad minded man and wil fill the premierBtates that three of the promiship with ability, but it looks on the unfortunate that tho demo- nent banks there havo been exchanging face to be FAYS, cratic administration should begin with gold for legal tonder notes, thus enaan odor of raugwumpery hanging about hlinc tho United States to maintain no own so far as regards gold. its skirts. K. --TO OUR- J. II. HutchincB bought of M. The U. S. Senato has passed llio mil announcement that Miss Sasan B. ew es at $4.25 per head. Thk requiring railroads engaged in interstate Cox 40 safe-tAnthony has become the mother of tripSome of the cotton mills in South commerce, in order to promote tho exearned as high as 42 jwrccnL lets will create a sensation, till it is of their employes and travelers, after Carolina of a lioness laet year, and all In plained that that ia tho name au- on their investment vrm frr j .!.. .."........-Mf.. ium. tl.Ii! ,. line nftli.iiiLiiitTh , 1, 1S9S, to bo equipped with -- , lihcr.il n.itrnn- vmir vrri' ........ ,....... . prosperous vonr in ' it .. WJ1M m... .. Thirty years ago, when her only son in Lincoln Park. Chieaeo. Tho mother January couplers ami power brakes. Llltl IlllfOb ail IF many favors shown us during the past year, and hope by furMuifrecaboro and her three cubs are doing as well as tomatic manufjcturing in age and o otton was killed'in the battle of Kichof tho Southern Suites will the history of n,i ,;a hn.lv hrouuht home, a widow o could be expected. mailing uii "im Memo-ria- l havo a booth at the Confederate among Rock Island, Tenn., declared that she 1892 tho hix chief winners Richmond, Va , hi Bazar, to bo riven at NEWSY NOTES. would never part with it while she lived thoroughbreds on the turf won $301,-Olalso some time in April, the object being to tho and that when death claimed her while the six leading trotters won The postoflice, bank, a dozan stores monument to the memory of the of both should be buried in one grave. She and other buildings at Dexter, Mo , were erect a 175. Tho stakes and purees In the market at the Lowest Prices to merit a continuance ol the samel soldiers nnd sailors of the Confederacy. only $10., cedar casket made with had an i.Mtii.,. rtnmits are smaller than burned Friday. Wc will be found at the same old stand this year and of tho Indiana brakemau, Tho deed a glass top, in which tho body was laid. Very heavy biiows hava raged in who, hurt in a recent wrwt:, crawled those for the runners. This was placed in a room assigned for Colorado and u number of people have n followThe -- reat llambletonlan's rrcord in , back a mile to signal and purpose, where tho mother often been killed by slides. that Out of 1.U30 mareH iireu ing train and prevent furllier disaster, the stud una line. u penou o rapaired to commune witblthedead. The Dr. Norvin Green, president of the Thanking you for past favors, c are, Yours Respectfully, noteworthy enough to receive rec- to him from 1S51 to lSio. His service body gradually became mummified. Western Union Telegraph Co., died after was - years. 1,334 were Mire foals. act of the 'State Legislaognition by an Thirty years it waited, an uncanny occu. a brief illness, in Louisville. ranged from $25 in the beitinnhii: to $500 a queer repupant, that c.ive the.house 9 years. Congressman Springer 6ays Judge Itis 6tated that the following have for the last tation. Lastjweek the mother died and Gresham has accepted the office of secMatt Cohen, of this place mM lor nud for cabinet positions W. R. according to her request the bodies wore retary of State under President Cleve been selected B. Walker, of Lancaster, to was rather havo accepted: Secretary of the treasu , T. given sepulchre together. It the 5 year-olGermantown, land. ry, John G. Carlisle; secretary oi Bum-- Crinfield.of McCreary 131, by Stonewall a singular wayjto show affection and Iht stallion The ten vear old son of John Whoi-to- Walter Q. Gresham; secretaay of war, Dia- diosyncrasy has cost her estate a valuageneral, Wil- Jackson, dam Lady Parks, by Black of Mercer county, climbed into a Dan Larnont; Dealer I- nEverybody thinks itis hauntKegiMer. ble home. hog pen nnd was fatally injured by the son S. I'.issell; secretary of tho interior, mond, fo'$W0.-Kichm- ond is re and no one will buy it. ed The Bin number of crows animals. Hoko Smith. quired before a horse is entitled to bo A mob hung two negroes at Magno Sun is The editor of the "ew York nmlaHednii thoroughbred. For burning a FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. working his uinssivelmind to prove that I'm, Mies., for robbing and crosses; for more implicated a horse, hix pure and known much oi the disease and consequent store and are after five Two Kood jacks for s.tle J. Walker n And five Mich crosses. In Kngland a mare, death, which aillict mankind ia commu by them. Givens, McKinney. before he is horse requires seven crows Bv the falling of a great mas o! and inveigning in nicated by Wallace Walter told to How en Vox as a thoroughbred. custom. etone in u Vermont marble quarry seven tho strongest terms ngaiust the a bay On Time mare for ?1S0. count y A very large crowd attended for two women men were crushed to death and a num It is a waste of sweetness T. L. MessT sold to B. K. and Geo. court yesterday and business generally to kiss aildlthe sight of n couple of men ber wounded. 10:'. tons of hay at 510 per wan fair. There were Fome ru or moru The mail of ex Senator Carlisle ia I. Wearen osculating appalls thestomachjnnd both increasing and is already ton. cattle on the mnrket, none oughttobeprohibited;byala.v, but the constantly W.H.Traylorboughtof B. W.Gaints ont.l liriiiL'ini! 2. SO to 3 35; oxen young nearly as large as that of any member ol kiss of love between an anxious 100 barrels of corn delivered as his brought $70 to $7S per yoke. Jordan man and a willing maid is too near an tho Harrison cabinet. aged Peter Chandler reports sales of Tho deadly broken electric wire got approach to Heavenjfor tho editor of tho -- Wool.. 1 want to buy 100,000 Ibe. mules at $80 to $90 and horses at $50 to A fine Louisville. Sun, or any other boa of a gun, to stay iti its work again in or more of wool. .Will pay highest mark- $70. There were many mules on the phantasmagoria of dire resultsthat Imrrtii was killed nnd a nego carriage by the Miuneuey. et price. A. T. market, but little demand. Several lots he presents. The risklof diseaso or driver badly shocked. P. W. Green sold to lien nrigni wie of com changed hands at $2 in the crib. Abo Lloyd, n Cincinnati prizo fightdeath coming', through such a contact On Time, for MOO; lliulliiy Bowman, who lives near the young er, was sentenced at Newport o the o'd Hubble stallion, spritig. wouldn't'.for one instant deter fie is 20 years old this Rimrin. has sold part of his farm, about for three months nnd fined man who io properly built, but make Nearly every prominent racing niaie 1G0 acres, including the dwelling to I!iih him the more anxious to enjoy the :;00 for prize fighting. pabsed, or will pass, sell Johnson, at $80. John Huguelysoui Hon. John D. White, the Beattyville in the Union has aweet intoxication of "dwelling an age on making "riuting" a felony . says, is going to ruu a dry laws his farm of 175 acres on the O. S. railKnternrise every kias." Sai.k. 50 mules, 14 to Hi hands road to T. O. Hoiicbins at i'M. Thomas For goods and notion store at that placo and nraa rinnnrcil IhbH week that Geu. high, 3 to A years old. Will sell one at a Alexander sold to Wlohl hog, .'Ml reside there in future. M. Harlan sold to Gustavo Pierre ToutanBeauregard, the hung at time or nil. B. G. Govcr, Milledsreville. J. average, at 7.07 John Iloyston, negro, was j ick A consianment of canvas back ducks Missouri parties a line 3 year-oldistinguished Confederate general, was Suffolk, Va., for the murder of a white at the point of death Rt his home in New man. He was so scared on the gallon b from Chesapeake Bay was hold readily in for $700 and a jack colt lor Ju. w. . long London at :!1 shillings (about SS50) T rhune bought in Woodford Orleans.'.but we are glad to state that he that he could not articulate. M). lie is'patt tho allotted span 12 at apiece. U better. As Watch this space next week. It belongs to yearling mules at $100 and Hugh Mnlholland, ex postmaster of of years and ten, he cannot, J. Walker Givens sold a of three-scoIlairodsburg Democrat. was pardoned by President Paducah, STEPHENS K: KNOX, the enterprising Rowin the veryjnature of things, remain with Harrison. He was convicted to the pen- mixed horses and mules at Lexington, of 1100. The market Covington Commonwealth Hays soon join tho The Miss., at an average us much longer, but must itentiary for robbing the mails. land merchants, who will tell you something Uov. G. W. Perryman, of the Baptist silent majority, into whose ranks the fatally shot his wife is very dull. Charles Brown of Tho I Underwood Bros, boucht of churchman, at the urgent solicitation leaders of the bloody striie are so fast and an ex convict at Jackson, Mich., beto your interest. Every year sees their number cause he thoucht the latter on too inti- Owen Taylor, of Madison, the fine jack, a multitude ol friends, resolved to cast falling. Bourbon Chief, for $075 and will stand bis chapeaud in the lecture arena and grow rapidly smaller and soon they and mate terms with tho woman. iIpoiIr will be but a memo will appear in Cincinnati shortly on the place. (HUM Near Collierville, Tenn., Mrs. "Jock" him at their bought of Mrs. Mathe-n- platform, ami will have for Jiis text, ry. W. C. Smith White, a respectab'e white woman, was cotton mules nt $7o, 'Grit, Go and Git." two 2 year-olfrom Wyoming that Jno. criminally assaulted by a negro, who It is Bent out late of Harrodsburg, three of Henry Baughman at $00 and 3 was afterward captured ami lynched. Charlts Thompson, W. I. Tate at $70. Col. Thomas Jones, county derk of of Ky , Btands a goodjehance to be elected I have for sale 700 bales of hay, aUo wisdom he Campbell county, was indicted on the U.S. Senator. If he is. the of good white corn. Will dedisplayed in taking Horace Greeley's ni,ar..nf pmhezzlement. It is alleged 200 barrels on cars at (10c per 100 pounds. hay advice and going West will be fully that he has failed to account for 50,301,- - liver Buchanan. Crab Orchard. .Tnlm Had Job u Charles remained 21. S. M. Sandidge and J. K. Huston girl killed a negro A little in hia own native State his name and the have boyatLouisi by playfully pointing a aro handling and breaking harness and United State Senate would never stock on the Pence farm, near Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi-ovft- . been spokenj in tho same breath. Go revolver at him, it being discharged, the saddle fctinford, and solicit business in that A complete line of West, young man, if you have the cour- ball entering the centre of his foreline. to rise in the world. age and ambition head.. Tho 30 Acres of laud belonging to J. The East Tennessee! system has isannouncement of Senator elect sued an order that all members of the L. Dawson'B estate to go in corn rented The BOOK-SEWEacre Allen, the Nebraska) populist, that he order ofrallroad telegraphers must re yesterday to J. H. Bright at 50 an mq with the deniociats n tho or oats to Dan Stagg, 20 to go in :ii sign their membership or lose their po- - and tho The LargcstStock to select from. Prices alwas as Low as Jr. at $2.40. ganization of the next Senate and ou ml ; Hitious. tells Watchest. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. The Paris Kentuckian-Citizeof questions looking totariu reiurm, Twenty five of tho 110 hogged a of that body. It will be Clocks and9Jewclry Repaired and Warranted. of a Bourbon county man who es, the control machinery for the South Boston Iron ," of $72,000 on an 'n vestment of fSdemocratic and the democrats, after Works have arrived at Middltsboro. The profit out of control for more than 30 years, transportation of the whole lot will cost 000 in pork. Ho Dongnt iasi spmig And wi!l on the 4th of March tiko charge of sold out a few days ago. Old Gold and Silver takenjin exchange for goods. As $17,500. government. B. Jennings, of Washington, 1). Complicated Watch Repairs and W. overy branch of the N. II., 41 lunatics were Near Dover, say we, Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal papurchased of John K. Midden, of Artistic Engraving a Specialty. Bro. Barnes would say, bo burned to death in a lire which destroy- 0., I Lexington, Beautiful Bolls and Deceptronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite at Praise the Lord ed the rounty insane asylum. The build-ioAll Koodi toldtencravej lre of charge fillies, paying $2,200 tion, two A. R. PENNY. tcntion, honest gooes and fair prices. was constructed of wood and was Yourpanonagc respectfully lollclttd. Holder's Hotel, Cincinnati, burned and 1,250 respectively. quickly consumed. cremated. ami four Polish Jews were it.In Thk report, which seems fully confirmed that Mr. Cleveland has tendered the position of Secretary of State to Judge W. Q. Gresham, does not Btrike -- Acting Gov. lltl. of Illinois, has n.,Wo.l tim nroiu'cution of all the audit ors of the State since 1870, claiming that the Stato treasury has suffered to tne oxtetit The L. & N. offer a rate of $22 25 for f,n r.,nil.trin to the Chautauqua As sembly at Do Funink Springs, Fla. Tick i& io -- , ets will bo on sale from April 10. good to return until -- At Warfield, Ky., Lizzio Harvey, aged 0 years, shot and killed Goorge T,,m.r. colored, aired 20. Turner was employed by the child's father and had offended her in some manner. A fatal firo occurred at Chapel Cove, N. F. While Patrick Sullivan was endeavoring to rescue his 11 children from tha burning dwelling, ho and four of his children perished in tho Uames. James Corbctt announced from tho stage of n Milwaukee theatre that he would at the closo of his theatrical engagement in October bo ready to fight any man in tho world, barring no color or nationality. of a second is the nwmiled bv the fall ol a knife in i,o the guillotine. Tho knife is weighted by 120 pounds of lead, falls 8 feet and cute through fiesb and bone as easily as thro' a bar of soap. A jury in the Marion circuit court at Lebanon found Tom Hunt guilty of the murder of Sam Grinstead at a negro .i.nm fnw weeks airo. and fixed his punishment at confinement in the for 99 years. Hix-o- n Ed Johnson, hia wife and Tom in a row over the ownerwere killed ship of a piece of land in Green county, Tenn. Mrs. Johnson's head was shot entirely off and she fell across the body of her dead husband. Courier-Journ- al A Now York special to the Three-quarter- s peni-tnnttnrv ST ii,M J -:- - VED! i mjf4 W i: wn In browns and blachs. in stiff and soft Rats, also the latest " Oi.UV UfJOtfjlf TI:ni ov HATS c it stylo Alpine at ' ww" --. WILL INDUCE YOU atTO BUY. $J, Men's Svits at S5 that are worth SS; Boys' Sails hoods, Motions, Uwes, Pants Suits at 75e. In, fact, anything m the Dress Furnishing Goods of any hind wo WILL SELL YOU BELOW ANYBODY, AS OUli SPRING GOODS ARE COMING room. And need the A. Stanford, Ky. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, Manager. J , - 3K v Friends and Customers. The : Very : - is Best : Goods air-tig- ht - WILL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU ALL. McKINNEY BROS. d n, post-mast- R ZI3VCDVCEI reg-ia..r.- .,l Fancy Groceries, Fpuits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand , rla-ssc- first-clas- i,.. work-hou- se r - d 1 1 re car-loa- d iw.;-..ali- -- y L. dem-onstrate- BANKS THE JEWELER, AoilMo And FUNNY-DRUGGIS- T R. Watches, Clocks AND JEWELER bi-- u car-load- s be-in- Jewelry SILVERWARE. Engraving Beautifully and Artistically Done. g V Wriyrryiy7rimi f55iP iS v Isr &mi-Weekly 3 111 Interior Journal Fkhkuaky 1 Nkw souvenir epootiH ut Drinks'. Tiik Court of Appeal llvo Bontenco of tlio I'tiftsBkl Kx-Mny- or. ro versed the I'ou Kknt. dTANroui), Ivy., nrri'8 of Intnl. 1, 18DH .My rsiiloncu lk-l-l Bnd John GUjbou. K.o.wAi.TON.BUs.ManaRer PERSONAL POINTS. it, P.o.uti)i;ns Wantkii, oltlicr with or without rooms. Mrs. llmnio tturks. tilkiu pays tho high-wmarket price for furd, beef hides, tc, in cash. KcjiKMiiK.it M. V. tl Dn. Mit. 0. A. Tit Y o who has been so of eon, Kev. Kinl-neiicc, liouely ill, is better. and Miib. (J. M. Ki.i.is, V. nro KiioatB of their K. Kills. Mrs. Fit an K IIcniiKs and Miss Jcnnio CoiToy, of Mclvinnuy, nro ijnents of Mrs. W. S. Wnrreu. Swl'ikk M. S. Uahti.v, wlio hns boon ilown on n vlnit to relntives, returned to 1'ittflhurK Friday. Mich Gkokoik Wuay returned from Lcnisvillo yustortlay. Her sister, Mm. Lynn, is much butter. Mus. Ciiaki.kySxvi:knkv nnd mother, Mrs. Smith, of Lancaster, paused thro' t y IOtiiBvillu yenturdny. I'ltor. L. 0. Hoslky, of CampbellHville, is up for it few days with the family of h'H father, Mr. J. L. IJoslny. MlPBK-- Fon Kknt. The Cnpt. Gaines Craig houso nnd lot on Upper Main street. I'. M. McHobcrtu. Mu. K. W. Smith, a civil engineur of largo experience, oilers his services to tho peoplo of this Hcction. Those having work in his lino will find it to their interest to consult him at tho First National Bank. CoMKnud He our gents' nnd Indies' n Hlitchur shoes in fnwn and brown and French calf and ladies' kid, nil made on the now spring last. You should nlso see our ladies' wrappers from $1.25 to $3 and our blnzor and reefer suits from fl 50 to 50.50. Itus-fiin- Cl.AIIA AM) Ol'IIKMA LaCKKT Very few couples live to celebrate their golden wedding, tho 50th anniversary, but John Dallinger and wife, of Malloon, III., have just observed the 70th annual recurrence of tho day that saw thorn united. Ho is 101 and she 04. Another old man was married yesterday. Henry G. Jilea, aged 72, took upon himself tho marriage vows for the fourth time, when hu led Mrs. Itussia Frost, a widow, on tho shady side of 10, to tho nltar. He is from Indiana, she from Rockcastle. Kev. A. V. Sizemore tied the knot at the Carpenter Houso. Love, like hope, must' spring eternnl eral inches and left in its u.iku the larg- in the human breast, when two peoplo Hammond, who have made many friendx est nmount of the stickiest kind of mud long past tho number uf redurinu' their stay here, will leavo to day ever seen. Several rains have fallen ferred to in Psalms 00:10 court and marto for Jellico. Cpt. DoukUh' since and streets and roads are almost there uud it ic wilii dilllculty ho can impassible. The siijnnl service promis-e- ry. In the neighborhood of Moreland i this 'good St. Valentino's Day in lSU.'J hvc his family nt all, situated tu thev are showers ai'd warmer weather for Mr. James Wheeler, uged 7"i, nnd Mrs. now. Drusilla Clemens, 72, will unite their Minn Maiiy Cukisms.n ia nt the point m ...I destinies for their few remaining days w liich ehu o death from ctucer, with Foit some time tho editor of tho Ihb loiii: aullered. Her Hlnon baa call-e- l Democrat has been working up on earth. to her hednide Mini Klltin Itallou. of a sentiment in favor of a new courtTHE LEGISLATURE; Kometret, M!m Angie Haltou, of Clifton house for Mercer county, tho present Forge, Va., nnd Humphrey Uilloti, of being totally inadequate in ovory particSupply 1he Missing Words. Ijtncaster. ular for the purposes intended. In his Answers to the missing word problem Pk.s.v, traveling pacsenger charge to the grand jury Judge Saulley Mit. W. of tho L. A K , wai hero ycnterday lulled attention to the tiestur: and it is continue to come in nt thu rate of 25 to itiont H'eing after some WVatern emigrnntH more than probable that that oody will fA) a day, from various points of this and other Stales. The contest will close on llij telN us liU road enjoyed tho largest condemn the building. Thursday afternoon next, up to which MardiGras travel for years, four solid ettra trains being necessary to tnkothote A mad dot: got in Mr. A. M. Feland's time everybody who sends a solution who could not find room on the reguler herd of Cashmere goat, but wus killed will be given a fair chance for tho prizes before he did n great deal of damage, the of a year's subscription to this paper and trains. extent of which, ho a ever, is not vet as- any magazine selected, in addition to a certained. Hour legislators can't give special prize of $10 in gold. Wo give the CITY AND VICINITY. us the whipping post they might ut least senti'iues again. When they appear Yorii account is ready. Call nnd enact a dog law, to require people to Fridav, the tnissing'uords will bo plac" tie. I mean you. A. U. Penny. keep their dogi contlnd so that tiny ed. w could not spread death nnd destruce. Was not considSo. . Bl Timothy seed, red top seed, oats and tion. " ered desirable at the Minneapolis Nat- millet at W. II. Waren Co 's. Tiik lecture course started oil' very ional Republican Convention by a ma, Ollice in IxTKiuoit Jouit gratify ingly. To Kkkt. Prof, Hedley's lecture jority of tho delegates. u- --;2. B Apply to W. P. Walton. caught the audience, which was a good That which m. building. N L' beei.ed one, and it was liberal witli its np every plain woman wouldulesiro to" I am receiving a lino line of spring come. plauseaud laughter throughout. It was goods. Call and see them. II. O. Kup-leU. Cle . (Jim who nerva clever mingling of wit and wimlnin, ed to defeat James G. Blaine for the humor ami pathos, sense and nonsense, Ciiicuit Copiit will begin here nn the and barring two or three features, not- Presidency in 1SS4. 1. o gh. A- - result usually caused Ith Monday and next Friday is the Inst ably the Texas courtship nud the take by a current of nir or draught. . day lor tiling suits. oil on tho female vocalist, which weie II r. That which you can 5. Stanford, $103, mostly beneath the dignity of the occasion, it get five thousand of by whining tho first Lost, in or near wns quite eujoyablo and instructive. The in 0 bills. Finder will bo rewarded by receipts were fully up to expectation and pri.o herein offered. returning it to Peter Strsub. (J. r ss. Something that foolish the originators of the scheme nr.t proud women who love display sometimes It is slid that tho engineers voted to of their success. Jalm DeWitt Miller is spend too much money for. , pugilists i lit. Something that 7. htrike, but a railroad olllcial tells us that the next lecturer and he will discourse of UglinesV at Walton's are always willing to do if there is monPresion the "I'ses they will not do so, neither will ey in it, Opera House Feb. 21. A X. Ha ri dent Smith accede to tlieie demands. wan whoso name is almost constantly in newspapers Mit. John M. Haii. is the latest victim and whoso trip to California attracted Mkm. Jknnik Wkahkx has sold to ' Thomas C. Hal", her lot in rear of tho of the thieves, who seem to grow bolder great crowds whenever ha appeared in Presbyterian church for $150 and Mr. nnd bolder in their operations here. His public. i tu e. When of beauty ami 1). which is within a few- feet Hall hns contracted to build several cotvalue serves to improve, beautify and of his bed room, wns entered Thursday adorn and brighten any home. tages ou it. night and four hams, four sides and a . Prob- 10. who expected to see a certain shoulder taken. As this wns exactly ably better liked ncros the ocean than Tiiok ndividual roasted in this paper will he half of the lot, Mr. IIil is thnnklul that by most Americans. Appended are the names and disappointed. The operation has by tho the thieves were so considerate. of those who have sent answers was effected by breaking tho lock. been postponrequest of mutual friends since our last issue: was As soon as Marshal Nowlun ed till Friday. i7 Jamrs Mount, l.aGrngp. M, of the theft ho net to work to icS Mr Nettie Rico, HunionwKc. four respectable catch the perpetrators. It had rained Wanted, Notick. 169 l.cii 1) Sainpion, l.awrcnccburj. whito women, to go to Philadelphia and the same night and tracks were hard to 170 J T LMel, llrjantjville. 171 Tied Pmbic, I.incastcr. be nurses in a privatw hospital. Must tlnd, but hu ilnnlly on Satuiday struck n 171 O. Unmet Woodcock, Danville. have common school education. Address trail, which led him across the creek and 173 Mil. M.I. Kttet, McKmney. V. O. llox 101, Stanford, Ky. up the hill to Mayor Vandeveer's barn 174 latnekT. Ailaiiu, ltryanUville on the Somerset pike. In this barn, ;j Mrs L Ilawkim. Iluitonvillc. Tiik L. As X. lias let to James Coyne & carefully covered up in hay was the 17ft Mi II Del.oikr, Willl.imtburc 177 Mi: Kanmc KuVpatrlcL, MaywooJ Co., of Louisville, the contract to build meat. Kejoiced nt his find, tho officer 17K Mrs. Kale Kirkpanick, MaywooJ. Pineville to thon began to try to connect the . J l'J miles of railroad from near guihy 179 KoK-i- Katlert, East liernitadt. tho ricli Log Mountain coal fields, up parties with the crime. He found out that 8o Joe Newland, Crab Orchard. " 181 Mim Dolly II. William. ,Nichol.imll$ Clear Creek, nnd several hundred men Pete Miller, Bob Hansford and George 18a George R W'caren, Lexington will bo nt once put to work. Lnc'iey worked on the phico nnd that 181 Johti L. I.ewii, Djittlllp " they hid keys to tho barn. Thoy wero 84 Mr Will 1'enny, Stanford Somkkskt is figuring; on n creamery. soon arrested, together with Mitch Bai, R5 Fred A. Filch, Tolmboro. Well, let her try it. Kxporience is a ley, Bomo of whom gayo bail and others 186 Mitt Emily Hunn, Hujtonvillc. 187 Samuel McClute, Ml. Vernon. (O dear teacher, but tho knowledge gained went to jail, their trials being fixed for i83 Mus Annie Tribble, Daflvjlle. () from it is lasting. If there is any doubt There wero two sets of tracks 1S9 V. C. I.ewif, McKinney. proposition, consult the stock- - to day. ' a to this lending from the meat house and those 90 Toohnm (iarrard, Manchetler. holders hero of tho defunct creamery, ' ' 191 K. 11. Caldwell, Jr, Wat ueiburg. are still partially defined look very . . which ran into a bole with all the assets fiat as if made by tiie shoo of Haus-for19a It. O. Ward, I.ancaiter. much 193 W. H. MhkI1i, Wayuetburjr. in Bhort order, leaving liabilities largely who has already served a term in 191 Mitt Mary D. Leavell, HiattmiUc. in excess of tho plant. 195 J. M Keynoldt, Wayumburs. the penitentiary for stealing. Saturday 196 V. I Children, Orlando. night Mr. Newland and a posse of two Hkokk ins Lmi. Squlro K. B. Cald187 Mits Kate Davit, Richmond wont to Hansford's house to see if they 19S Mitt Joslo Coffey, Mltledgeville, well, Jr., of Waynesburg, suffered a accident a few days ago. Ho was could find other stolon property and 199 Charley North, Ml. Salem , MUIcdt'evillej 300 MUiMollieMarcuiu, working with u pile of lumber, when it while he wns in the house somoone shot aoi Mim Annie S Hamilton, McKinnev. nud a portion of it strik- nt tho men, the ball striking in tho mud wns overturned aoj Thomas J. North, Mt Saloin. ing his leg, broke it between tho kneo and spattering them in the face. If a A. Davis, Prairie Home, Kansas, 303 aoj MUt Dollie Cowdcp, l.itwtly. nnd anklo. Tho necessary surgical at- conviction can bo secured in this case, 20s Mil. D. L. Trimble, McKinney tention was soon rendered and tho squire it is likely that the other robberies will ao6 Mrt Sue Miankt, Rowland. enough at last accounts bo furnished a clue and that the busiwas doing well 307 MittMaltie McClure, Ml Vernon to try to solve tho miasiug word prob- ness which has been so industriously ao3 Mr. J.S, Hundley, Leoanon, 309 Elbert Harper, Huttqnville, lem. His many friends hero hope for worked hero for several months will cease. tio M.iton II I'olla his speedy recovery. f. Gil-bert'- rt two-montha. went homo .Saturday vith Mips Mattle ed to comu to time. Our collections, Miller, of IMuhmond, who hns been their though, wero up to tho average, for KUPflU which we thank those who camu up inMr. Jas. B. Gentry returned from to tho otlice to pay. looking ThomaBville, Ga., yeBtcrday, llrst-rntCoalTiiibk. Ilrucu Jones, a Pulaski He says Dick is also Improv farmer, made it his limitless to jump on alotiR. ttiK rilit every coal train on tho Cincinnati.South Wjt. Hoi.tzci.aw, need W, of tho Creek neighborhood, waa not ex ern nnd throw oil" coal as fast as he could. pected to live through lust night. He ban Ho was caught dead to rights a, it by detectives nnd held to answer, but he been ill n long time. Dit. J. G. Oam'KNTkii hat returned jumped his bail nnd fled. It is stated lecture courtso nt the that he has sold this season over 500 from n I'hiliululphia Polyclinic and Collect for bushels of coal obtained in this way. (traduateii of Medici no and ia better preS.now enough foil Friday to have reachpared than ever to practice his upecial-tleed a foot in depth had it not melted so fast. As it was, it covered the earth sevMim. J. 11. Doi'dna ami MIkb Lizzie Qoitk a number of people showed yesterday that they could pay a debt without being dunned, but many others fail- uiicttit court against Higgins, qhnrgodwith detaining u young woman against her will, because of the error in not allowing him a change of venue. The sentence was two years in the penitentiary. . . In the county court yesterday the will of Mr. Lewis Dudderar was admitted to probato. It is tho shortest one ever presented here nnd leaves nil of his property of every description to his wife, Mrs. Anna A. Dudderar, whom ho names ns executor. Sho waived tho right, however, nnd W. M. Dm! lerar quniitled as administrator. Tho will of Sallio Caldwell was uIho probtted. Dr. Hawkins Brown qualified as administrator of Klizi Huston. It. J. Caseedy obtained license to peddle patent medicines in the connty. A greater portion of tho day waa given to tho contest n to whether P. W. Green should be allowed liquor license tor his hotel at Mclvinney. Forty-onpersons signed a protect against it out of a voting population of 72 to 70, nccording to tho two counts. Mr. K. C. Wnrren, .for Mr. Green, denied thntsomo of the signers are citizens and it took considerable time for tho courj, to decide. The contest will continue e ilj . to-da- MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. wstsssssatsssss "Iny-oli-- " y. liar-rodshu- Ilelle Kutvdl, Stanford. Silas McMer, StanlDrd. in nj Mrt. J K. Gover, McKlnaev. hi Mrt. H C. Thoropon, riUilwrz, John 1'ittman I'ltttburg. 31A Mrs. Alico Land, RoIand. i) 317 Miss Annie Athloelt, Stanford. 318 John A Owcni, Quail. 319 Tim W. Pennington, Middletboro. 110 Kills Goocli, Somerset. Ut M Y. Shumate, Danville. til Mrs J II. itallou, H.nen, KanMs. Mtytnr D. Iliatt, Stanford. Mm Etta D Root, Stanford. a4 us Robert R. Hoot, Stanford. 30 Wm it. Hopper, Stanford. 317 Mim Minnie Alston, Powars Store. 218 II A Underwood, Kantat City, Mo. 31 MIsaSiisio Newland, Stanlord. 330 J U Neklrlc, Somerset. 331 Miss Anna Jooch, Wayneiburc. 331 Mn Nicie J. Wllcher, Middleburg. 333 I'aralle Ilurton, col'd, Iluitonvillc. 334 Mist I.u!a Root, Milledf-evill335 Mitt Eva Oooch, Somertet. 33 Hardin Sweeney, Somerset 317 John Livingston, Crab Orchard. 338 Mitt Mary L. Routan, McKinney. 339 Mitt Luta Orton, Rlcevllle, Ttnti. . 340 Leonard Ingram, Krm.Tcn-iW J. (Jillitpie, Lowell. ati 343 P. K. Kemp, Mlddletboro. 3(3 R M Hunt Ilowland. 344 Mrt. M. C. Poynter, Mt. Vernon. 345 Mrt. J W. I'ulliam, Washington, D. C. 3 346 Mlis IJorcnceS. Elliott, Kirktville. 347 Mn. E. A. Daion, Stantord. 348 T.J.Thurmond, Alh Grove, Mo. 349 Mrt. M. E. Ilibb, Iiatic City, Va. 330 Willie P. Dartt.Manfnrd. 351 Oscar Huffman, Stanford. 52 Mus Cora Kirkpatrldk, May wood. 353 Miss Fannie Klrkpalrlck, May wood. 334 Mrs. Kate Kirkpatrick, May wood. 3)5 Mrs. A. L Spoonamorc, Hubble. ajS T. J. Hill, Jr , Stanford. 357 Mrt. Allen Traylor, Gilbert! Creek. 338 Mn. Ollie Jane Newland, Crab Orchard. 359 Mits Margaret Mason, Lancaster. j 60 Millard West, Lancaster. 361 W. P. Hunt, Stanford. 36a Miss Annie May Hammond, Lancaster. 363 Miss Mary Doores, Lancaster. 354 Mrs. J. W Hibb, Hustooville. i9S G II Williamt, Halt liernitadt. 366 M.ist llcrda Martin, Maretburj;. 367 Mils Ka Martin, Marctburg. a63 Mit Lou Robinson, Crab Orchard. 369 Walter Curtis, Crab Orchard. 370 Mas Kllen Hlstt, Mt Vernoa. 371 CaihHiatt, Mi Vernon. jji Mm Maud Douglass, May wood. J73 Leslie Steele Ilradley, Stanford. 374 Mus Ltziie (ooch, Gilbert! Creek 375 S II. Hackley, Danville. jj6 Mrt. W. O Alexander, She'.by City. 377 Andrew W Hrlght, Din villi'. 37J Mus Mattie Simpson, Shelby City j 79 Miss Mamie VciterhcId, Paiktville 380 Jain't Shelly, Junction City fl aSt John I. Koul, Danville. Mr. NOW IS YOUR TIME. THE LAST CHANCE To get a Cloak or an Overcoat or a Winter Suit at your own price. We will mtkc an extra effort this week to close out all of our Winter Uoods, so as to make room For our Spring stuff now arriving everyday. Do you want IMankets, Comforts, . Boots, Overcoats, Cloaks, or any Winter Goods? If so, N iijIItt Do Not Fail To See Us. Our $1$ Overcoats only six Jcft, will be closed at SS.50. Our $15 Cloaks, only a few left, will go at ;So. Our $4 Cloaks will go now at S3. Come and see these goods and while here examine our remnant counter and our Spring stock of Ladies' and Gents' Shoes. We have the finest line of Ladies' and Gents' goods ever offered in the town and at lower prices. Our Dress Goods department is unsurpassed and we arc receiving additions every day. Our White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Handkerchiefs, Towels, Table Linens, Towelings, Napkins, &c. , are all complete and cheaper than wc have offered them. Don't Fail to Examine All these goods before buying. HUGHES & TATE. A. & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, arc unsurpassed. C SINK J. N.MENEfEE Wo Carry a Full Line of Builders' Supplies. BUY THE CELEBRATED NEW AM KUTISEMEXTS. e."w. sixties:, CIVJsX ENGINEER, Stanford, - VULCAN Chilled Plow. Kentucky, Offers his lirnfoiswiiil imi es to tho people of thli section. Has had eicht car' experience In Itefers to the I Irsc National ltai.L the lnilnc of Mantord, v. hire ho c in lie Inn id. very One Warranted. Olive Points, three for $1. FOB, HE2TT, House and G st or 3 Acres of Land. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. TJ iV-- 1 will rent pmately my House and Lot nc.ir Stanford on the Danville pike Pottesiion given MRS KANMK DlNN. tst March 100-- tf Stanford, Ky. aV (GrllllKAT HI6((01II! -- AC-- U FAVOHITE MILLS, McKINNK.Ky, Ilavini; too murli other tmines on hand to after It properly I will tell my I avorite Mills at McKinney T'lipyhase a capacity if ?o burets of tlnur per day and arc in i;ooi repair will sell lt tor cash, Lamm e in 12 or is don months, ssith interest, or all in ral rotate. K I rANNK.R, McKinney 100 s- -r 1 one-ha- Will begin at- - y. The Gash Bargain Store Friday, Feb. 3. 1 v It DR. JOS. HAAS' ?'-'- Hog & Poultry Remedy for this Special Sale. Babies fine Kid Shoes, to 5, at 50c, worth 75c; child's 5 to S at 50c; Misses' S to 12 and 12 to 2 at 75c, worth 3i and $1.25. These goods are just from auction. Ladies' fine Shoe from 75c up; Men's from 85c up; rubbers at bottom prices. 150 pair of Men's Boots at cost. You can afford to buy these goods now and lay aside for future use. Sample Shoes at wholesale prices. Now is your time to buy. Don't fail to get one of those handsome Portraits before it is too late. Every pair of Shoes in the house have been reduced Ir Used Successfully Fifteen Years. Will airest diseate, prcven'a disease, expels worms, stop couch, increase the flesh and hasten B. F. JOISTES & SONTr Opposite Coffey House. -- . - maturity. I'ncrs Sj.v5, Ji 35 and jo cents per package; can $u 50 'I he largest packages are the cheapest For talc ly A K I'KNNV, 97 uttsiiiivau t j FARRIS & HARDIN, meat-hous- e, - HOTIOE. I offer at private tile all or the 'oil and personal property now under my loutiol, consisting of a .Dealers In. Qn-e-- Vic well ulected post-offic- Kn-trau- cu Stock of General Merchandise, In my store room in the town ot Crab Orchard, nlto the two-stor- 1 no-pris- ed Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Queonsware, Wagons, Plows, and Most thing in Farming Implements. Any- Brick Store-Hous- e 1 Occupy and the Farm Upon which I now reside, known as tho Graham place, about M '"He from Crab Orchard on thu Lancaster anil Crab Orchard turnpike, containing about too acrei. This it all desirable property and will be told nt a bargain Possesion Risen immediately. All persons I have claims against are heicby notified thjt they must make immediate settlement. J It. IIAII.KY.Micr , Crab Orchard, Ky 95-i- tn t J. II. BAUGIIMAiN, . -- FIRE AND SIOKM INSURANCE AGENT' ...... Representing Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. Companies. 1 would All of sshich are be pleated to wait o rniy menus m tnts line, roi nromntlyittucd. Will issure against torn iciet does, wind ttormi and llithtnlng. Lightning claus. es attached witnout ailditionat cnarge Office at First National Hank Stanford first-class d, m New Stock, Latest Styles All Shapes, Sizes From 6 2 to 71-- 2. H. J. McROBERTS. 1-- so-ve- ro ereasoKK or loseir ruusia tor lortr nacei. lull size, belts ol the listo-- t. tnoit iop- - j miality. alieet spHTkllin: nnd vocal Instrumental! iiiUrniid lUUIUUIVIV.MIVIUIlU. PteCSH.III IZOltUH Uf iicr, Ireludluir lourUrae ilx ortratt. rlitj El'iirmeiicltn, lno!aiilsli dancer. Taderewikl j Adchu I'attl, and Mri. ( tbaitreutoitpUnlit: Iiiuu jioucicauii, me inisiumr """'"J.,. "" orders to NKW UIIK MUSICAL, dru.sisll KCUO. llroadwar rneatro iiutiatnrf, a. i . i m J- - c a U.UU ienn. till SIa imislo vrorth 111 Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. J Spring Session Tuesday. January 24111, 1893. Full corpi of Conservatory and Normtl School teachers. Sujierior course in Litaratnre, Marls and Art, Kxcehent boarding department. Catalogue ami circular! furnished on application. S; y k,, i j , .j.. ,. . . shu 4&' fTW-4-J- ttt V'ii iiimiwwum:.' f" gw. ii ii ' !J 'f Tfcr- - r Interior Journr. AT B INTO EACH LIFE SOME RAIN MUST FALL. BROUGHT Semi-Week- ly TO HER SENSES. ubllshod Every Tuo3dny nnd Friday SJ2 M-When 1W UYEAU1X nut to paid Some Old I.ovo trttor nnd Tlitdr Kftcct en Two Young Llscs. "Greg, aro you awake?"' call n tnm-ble- tl heap of femininity upon tho sofa. 32.60 will lie eh.srgcd.-ff- a K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train i.svns Rowland at 7:00 a. m., 3: ro p. m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. it train going North South " " " South ' North......... Local Freight North 1 "I ma." And a wreath of cignrotto smoke floats nbovo n mnseiilino head lying comfortably nmid a heap of ciwhlons in tho big armchair. "I've jnst eomo across theso old letreturning ters in in "v desk. I'm going to road them Blond." t37Pro ..333 "I'm at your mercy." "I'll jwko p tho firo first. I want There! Express train ri Jl 7 10 in an Pm Ttrt nrrv tiassencert The above is calculated on standard time. Solar i me i about 10 minutei Taster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. -.. South. No. 1, Limited, ia:is p. m ; No. Special, arrives 8 40 p. m. No. 5, Q.&C Special, 11.27 a.m.; No. 7, Fast Mail, ar- tivos ia:ao p. 111 , leaves :o$ p. m. North-bounNo. . Q. C. Special, j:ao p. m. No. 4 lesves at 6 a. m ; No. f, Limited, 3:15 a m; "No j 8, Express, arrive ia:oi p. m., leaves 1:15 pSouth-bounBluo-Gra- Train pass Junction City d as follows: 3, d 01. "My Own Deaiiest Giikoouy For tho last tlmo I write you thus. Yes, It rutist Indeed lie so. It lias nil been a hnppy, foolish drciitu, but now It must end. Today I rclci.o you from out engagement, A tnnrrlngo between us would b most ridiculous. "Wo uro both so very young loo oung to so Important a matter. Matnian says so, nnd I tin suro sho Is right. We havolind a lona talk. Besides your salary has protctl Itself too small for one. "Now, dear friend, do nothing rash. Men do not dio of love. Your llfo Is not ) our own, tm no experiments with laudnnum. Io not coma to ceo me. My mind Is fully made up. I shall moro of this travel with dear tnnmnia and great world than I hao hitherto Vnown. "Now write mo a nlco letter and tell mo that I am a very .enslblo girl. l!o brave; no nonyour sense. And remember that 1 nm de-cl- moro light. now: Just listen to this "Into each life?" Aje, even so, Clouds must gaiher; or swift or slow , And tho bluest skv be darkened soon lly the thunder clouds crossing the busy noon, Hut, blessings onhe rain I Freshness and beauty cauio in Its train, And though the drops fall, Glory and sunshine follow them all. Tho clouds that have no rain Are the darkest and coldest, most sad aud drear; Most dull and gray, with no promise of cheer, Silence and gloom ate In their train And the wind moans weaiily, A wail it has caught from a restless es, On whose breast a storm sits brooOiDg, And through all ono's brain Goes a sense of pain, A saddest interludlng Asm harnony with tho mournful strain, That Is sighing in the breere That is mourning 'mid the leafless trees, As a sad requiem ov er all The fading lite wherein no rain doth fill. ery for Consumption. Couchs and Colds Is cuar- - Office over McRobetts Drug Store In the now am red to ivc rebel or money will bo paid back Owsley Building lomiu it just tne tning aullerers Item i.a itaiifsrd. and under its use had a jpecdy and perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle nt our expense and learn for ourself lust how good a thing It is TriT al bottle free nt A K. Penns's drug store. Large ie jo cents and i. It will cost you nothing and will surely do you good if you have a cough, cold or any trouble with threat, chest or lungs. Dr. King's New Discov- Now Try Thin. SW&L UCSXlXLJ SURGKON DKNT1ST. inpc year Ccmes tn vou esrr other day lu thepaper and best lor only $U Theehf gets H thtc months 51 in Kentucky THE ADVOCATE ap't Address TilR AnsosATK, Danville, Ky. 3Tor Salo with Neuralgia and Rheumatism ; his stomach was disordered, his liver wasatfectedto nn alarming degree, appetite fell a ay aud he was terribly reduced in flesh aud strength, 1'hrco bottles ot Klectnc Bitters cured him. Kdwird Shepherd, J tamsburg, Illinois, hid is running sere on his leg of eight years' standing. Used three bottles of Klectnc Bitters and sescn hoses of Ilucklcu's Arnica Salve and his leg Is sound nnd well" John Speaker, Cat win, O., had five large fever sires on Ins leg; doctors One bottle ot Kltctiic said he wns incurable trie Bitters and one box Buiklcn's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by A. R. Penny, druggist Mr. Albert 1'avotlte, of Arkansas City, Kansas, wishes to givn our readers the benefit of his cspeil ence with colds. He sa)s "1 contracted a cold earlv last surini; that settled on mv luncs and had hardly recovered Irom It, when I caught an- ether that hang on alt summer nnd left me with a hacking cough which thought 1 wtilil never get till ot. I hail used Uhamhetlaln s t,ougti Kcini-dysofourteen jears ugn with much success and conchnlrd to try It again When I hsd jot throuch with one bottle my cough had left mo ard I has e not suffered with a cough or cold since I have recommended it to otlie-- s and all speak well of it." 50c bottles for sale by W. II. McRch-ttt- , Ky. Druggist, 1 S. II Clifford, New Caste), Wis , was troubled Specimen Caaos. Few More Building Subscription School. At the elate of our piibbc schoM, sve will a four months subscription school on I-o- ts In the corporate limits of Rowland. H. J. DARST. Rowland. tcgin FEBRUARY MV12KS HOUSE All branches taught that the pitrons may desire C M HOI.MKS, Pilnclpal. M1SSCKUIE I HUKMONO, Ast 20TH, J89S. loITEHTT STABLE P.W..Cr5EEISI, Prop. Th!i stable, which Is run ti connection with the n Myers House, has been supplied with j TO TElE IADISS. lines ol I am receiving 011a of the mist tlegsnt MI1.I LINhRV evir handled in Stanford, select wants of this ed with an especial view to the an PIM. VI... KT..... VV'.ll. Mr Ill need trimmer, Is with' me this season and I and most guarantee everrtlung to bo In the latest ,..!. !. Tk. I..IIA. . Ilivltftt to call whUh I will take pleas and examine mygoti-ls-, ure in snowing, MISS I.1CC1IC IHCAZLEY. 6j Plnj-lnnal- l. JIbsoIateJy Pure Higest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., der. 100 A cream of tarter baking pow- It lint of Litton. is tlio warm wish of our frluml, GUEdOHY. "1". S. Boganls to your r other. Appreciate her. You may not always have her." Silence. What life buthsth its tears f So swoeter made. What were the sunshine Out for the shade ! A weary monotony that will not fade. We mourn our changes, but they ate As glory of the sun or star, Through cloudy day or night clear breaking, Shining iar off, may be, but still shining, As in rebuke molt sweet of our repining. Behold, the riltcd clouds are taking I heir silent night, and with them go our fears. ? Shines not the sun the brighter for the rain friend, Liror." Is not the grass more green, nioregolden-hue- d the grain "That va3 n nico letter to read when And whoshalldaroto say that through ourhes n fellow was hungry!"' not the same- anvlogy t "Did you receive it before, dinner? I There runnelh and ad of us arrives For unto each might havo known you didbyyonr hate- The same old change of sunshine and of cloud ful answer. Hero it is: From cradle unto snowy shroud. "MY Deau Lucy You aro Indeed n 6on!lWo (I'rmted In loving memory of a devoted and true girl, and I am proud of my little friend's juds-meu- t. ) You always were a trump. My mind Is wife, from her own selections your decision. I havoofton muili relieved s Country. The thought that peihaiw wo wore a trifle foolish, don't ou know. Oh, the splendor and the luxury, there's "I didn't like to av so mytolf. though. No "Y.u ill pardon tho brief ehaniotorof this Otic Knows! nolo when 1 tell you that Tom WVjlnnd Is waiting for cio. Wo aro Just oft to tho club to That lurks In eld Kentucky where tho dine. Blue "Ily tho way, that roixirt In regard to his Grass Sho told me bo Grows. t Ister's engagement Is fnl-goodby. llttla hervolf this nftrrnooa. And now Oh, the beauty of the hres, and the Bo happy, courso ouwlll. ' A ftj ' New Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, S (Ummer's Suppbea and Is better than evet supply the public with prepawt FinST-CLAS- j-- . IUC13 OF all. kinds. ccr - Mr. C. F. Davis, editor of the Dloomficld Farmer, says: ' I can recommend Chainlxrlaln's Cough Remedy to all sufferers with colds and croup. 1 havo ued it in my family for the past two rears and have found It the best I ever used Ur the purposes lor which it Is Intended " joe bottlis for raleby W B. McRobetts, Drugtist, Stantord, Ky. JosimiIi V. Dory, ol Warsaw, 111 was ItctiMed f dlffeient wttr. rhematlm and tried a number remedies, but says none of them rectum! to do him any good but fi rally he got hUd of osie that spesxt-Il- y with it and curod him. He ws much Personal and ptompl attention given to Weddings Parties and Burials. P W. GRKF.N, Proprietor. Iowa, AL. BURNS, Manager 'ohli U. Castleman. A. G. Lauham ROYAL iiisuranee Company, ROWLAND, KY., HARDWARE, DEALER IN CROCERIES, lUvits and Shoes, Cigars nod Tobacco. Ohl River Salt for sale by the barrel. Will lakocoun-trproduce In exebano for goods at market price I am also sgent lor lb old reliat.'e Brudhrod Tobaccos and will kwp a lull line or theie gooils in stock, and all laskor lh ineichants ot nuiilord and llowlasid Is to give me their orders and I will put the goods In their houses at Factory prices TMnkiiig the public fur liberal patronage, I ak a rnotlnuoHid ol same and remain your , J II HILTON servant. y J,-.)- hi. HiiXjTonsr C. D. XOTEkX,. -- lr Blue-Gras- would like to know what tho reane'y was that cured him He states for the benefit of tht public that it is catlnl Chamberlain's Pain Balm. For sale by W. P. Mcltobcrts, Druegist, Stanford, Ky. The best salve In the world lor cuts, bruises jo res, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, trtter, chapped hands, cbilblaieo, corns and all skin erup tlons and positisely cults piles, or no pay requirperlect satislactmc ed. It ii guaranteed to gi Pru o a$ cents per box. or money refunded A R. Pennv Stantord. Kv For sale by JAMES YKAGER. 1 HOMAS VKAGF.R. tell sure that otheis similarly plaed afflicted tIJl K IN of i.wi5iirooi.. BARUKK&UASTLEJIAK MANAGKRS, fieiicrul Li-ga- - TtierchumliJsO, Uucklln'H Arnica Salvo. And Coootry Prwdufe, ira.ty Li Has rperrd his stock of Roods ar.i od . imly He is serve iho peplr of Staaford rSTeriatf iiuhiarj of HaraalBS and all who warn siMo pruss sboiild gouslfoolt at U10 lowest Avenuw tall 00 turn vii o. Commerce Sullding, Louisville giis ibrmtgbtHtt the toulb. w. c. suTOHiiras. normai oh Swtlt Of a pretty Blue Dlue-Gra- ss Charm widow with a W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent STANFORD, KV Uvcry and 5'cccl Stable, STANFORD, KKNTUCKV. Having purchased of A T. N'nnnetlry his liv ery butineM I can tw louod at btSHSil stand ready day nr night the puMIs st any ti to wait NolhiBg hot FIRST-CLASS Wall St., Now York. New Crusher aad Bolting Cloth. Having added to tny Mill a Corn Crusher, ono that will sjnnd cob nnd all and at the tame time mnd any other klud of grain and mix it to suit anyone, and also put in a new Hour Lolling Cloth, I am prepared to make you seme good llurr flour; and am putting in a Meal Holt, will have it ready ma wiek or so. 06-i- "What a villain yon were!" A sigh. A chucklo from nmid tho cigarette smoke. "What fools girls are!" from tho sofa. " 'Tis easy to forgive them for it as long as thoy'ro pretty. Go on. Itead your answer." Sho reads: "Sin I havo heard before of tho transient nature of roan's love, but allow me to assuro you that I havo found yours moro ephemeral than any yet on rccotd." If 1 thought Had I Farm. could not win her if No Hope Glass YEAGER & YCAGEK, 1 UVfflT, FD AM SALE STABLE I would hang myself Blue lth a STANFORD. KY. We are In our uew stable in the Opera Bleck and are well supplied with House on j. ri. union i. JDJLUEirZ: I will open on January i5th, 1S93 a First-ClaDairj. trom wnicn 1 can suppiy snj qmmn)- - m Jersey inillt to the people of frtanlord and How-lanat the lolloping price), delivered: o cent Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cents Skimmed Milk, por gallon 8 cents Uutter Milk, per gallon dally. The patronage o the Iwill make two trips n. a. PKv lOV. ..i.i.. - ..1..-....-I Stanford, Ky. ot-- i yr. ss d Interpolated chucklo from tho big armchair and vigorous responses of "Wretch!" from sofa. Iiesumes letter: ' Kope. Oh, the Joy of drinking toddy from a Blue Grass Mug As I lung aud rest my feet upon a Blue Grass rA &r i i c rzri tv . : TURNOUTS ot-ft- NEW RIGS AND HORSES Ham bin purchased and nothing but turnouts will leave the stable. -l- ?first-clais shall leave ray stable d my prices will be as low as tho lowest Don't forget my Stanford and Ki land 'bos line "As for Miss Wayland, I am wmuch to ndmiro about thing never had auy attention you may both be happy." Voice from armchair, finds glad somebody her. The pool before. I hopo "Sho was a horrid-gr- eat, Bug I When for rae has been prescribed the last old Blue Mass Till would take it while reclining on a 1 Grass Give them n Call. THE NATIONAL && Mmv Uisw-- i :3 i r STAAUH, IK. T f (LSIKI STHAUBfSc CO., PkACrHAL f' iii I ii Plumbers rstksansliip and Steam Fitters. 17 beauty." Voice from sofa, "Sho was Blue Grass s AT- - Bealrrs in all kinds of Iron and llrass Gonds for stoam nd water .Sanitary tiwals nl all kinds. All svork guaranteed against defective material ami big, ugly thing!" "Go on." "Hum! Where was Reads: And I? w hen my da No Hill. are gone and tune shall Moro, Ik) Oh, here." Blue Notice to the Traveling Public. I have had THIS 3IIBITQN HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons in the State, open day and night; anight nan meets all trains. In connection with Hoow have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Stats and for reference to water, :aH on Mr and Mrs G. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr, and Mrs. Flcyd Ingram, Erin, Tenn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. IJ. K. Proctor, C. II. Hraum.Mr. and Mr. T. V. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. ami Mrs K. U.Johnson, New Haven, Jim Cox. Greensburtr. Rates $J per day. J. M. f'etrey, clerk Cue me a call V. CARRIER, Prop. . oSoiy "As for my mother, fihe Inherits her worldll- ncss. I havo not .;ol:cn to hir today. And now goodby what a word! May you forget tho ruin you havo wiought In a joungglrl's heart' I thall pray for you always. May death I.ucy." toon claim "What a wrotch you were!" "A vory clever wrotch, I think." And my feet have struck the great eternal Mm h Loan ASSOCIATION, Josse'Thompson's Barber Shop, There are three of the best llirbers'm the State There are also eno-n- t Bulh Rooms run la con ncction. Agent Jur 1 etmgton Steam Laundry s ; Farmers Rank&Trnst la nowluliy Co with " Grass orgaoued ami ready . Shor- e- When my soul fcas burst its tetters and gone Home Cod Let my body rest In peace beneath the Blue To Globe. "It was and it succeeded." Boston if you're "Was it a triekr Grass Sod. -- Ex. or x.oicrxs"srxx.x.33, Hv VsAffi WikXA . iivysii. ui. s; KW- - . . f a.' iJ,-.s-i;,. 4 a&r PMM ' .fjf!'.! (. -- of stanfokd,:ky., lr busiatss isrsaajasjssm Paid up Capital of Surplus, 5200,000. v. 000. -'- .s.i zf'.v? ..-? 1 sl'ccessou u. run Lincoln national BANK OF iTANFORD, Niwtlasuij Ily provisions of itscbaiter, ilepontors arc as fully protected as aia dcposilois in National banks, Its shaiohnhler ling held individually uible to the ettent ol the amount of their stoce value f'trun at tho par1st suchthcieol, in addition to the shares. It may act as sm.'ant invesAed esc. utnr, adinintstrulur, trustrc, Ac, as fully as a individual ft. How He Knots. Bofore tho fieh commissioners of California decided to stock the streams of the stato with that much despised but powerful fish, the German carp, they were gieatly concerned as to whether it would livo in certain waters. Tho quesW. J3. tion was debated at several meetings and w.ts finally submitted to Professor SiiaixtisU , an eminent authority. H Samples of tho water were obtained nnd turned over to the professor, who in a short timo submitted a favorable report, and tho carp wero accordingly turned looso in tho rivers. Tho commissioners wero greatly im. i ..:. .ti tt tffh !ini! ottif? pressed by tho profcsor's knowledge, i9r sargery. l.huve 'V'f U.,a. j but ono of them had a question to nsk. R. C. MORGAN. ly to know "How could you bo sure that carp would live in tho water submitted to &&.7JE. you?" he inquired. "Why," answered tho professor, with an amnsed look, "I bought a carp for Ewes an also one thoroughbred Nineteen at 10 cents and put it into tho water. It southdown iluck; ono 1.500 pound Steer; 7 voarling Mire Mules, good col-- r lived." Youth's Companion. good Mucs. and p MCRE,OHTON- .Mi PENNY a weaker ailing woman that thf re's only one medicine so sure to help you that it can It's Ur. Pierce's Favorite Prebe guaranteed scription. In building up overworked, delicate women, or in any "female complaint or weakness, if it ever falls to benefit or cure, jmi have your money back. It's an invigorating, restorative tonic, it soothing and strengthing ner- s vine and a sale and certain remedy lor woman ills and ailments. It regulates and promotes nil the proper functions, improves digestion, clinches the blood, dispels aches and pains and restores health and strerglli. Nothing "lsc can be as With this, you pay only for the good you , Something to Komombor, If IsY.j.-XffiliS- S' up) with the saaae asset and uodci ike sitae nsnagesncflt Is the strongest, safest and most prosperous institution of the kind doing business in the State. John II. Leathers, President, John 15. 1'irtlc, V. President, & tion to same, our twenty years' tupericnce la banking and as liberal accommodations as are con sisttrvt with sound banking niHKCTOXS. In those ha entrusted their bulsmess to ut whie mnagttig the Lincoln National Bank ol tanford, atsi hic tender oor ianr thanks and trust they will continue totraaaact then busimos ith us, oflrrlnc as a gustastee for prompt atten- Ke, Juut tho Thlnrr. Thisisan expression the traveling public gen- y erally use when tl.ey find something that is exact-what they want. This expreatlon applies directly to the Wisconsin Central Lins, which is now admitted by all to be "The Route" Itom Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland, iJuhuh-an- d all points in the Notthwost. Their double dally train service and fine equipment offers In ducemtnt which can not be surpassed. 1 his Is the only line running both through Pullnnd Tourist bleopers from Chicaman go to Pacific Coist Points without change. For full information nddress your nearest ticket agent er James C. Pond, Cintral Passenger and I icket Agent. Chicago, 111. First-Class A. G. Langham, Sec. Trcas., J.J. C. M. Phillips, Gen'I Manager. . D- - HOARD AT STANFORD. President, Coi.. T. P. Iln-r.- , 12. C. Walton, V. President, A. C. Sinf., Sec. & Trcas., II. Hklm, J. S. Rick, Agents. UlUsams, Mt. Version, J. M. Hall, StsMlorsI; J. S. Owsley, asoMlotd, S. J. Kinkiy, Sunlerii ; J. K. I.snn, Stanford; A. W. CarpoMler, MlUedgevtllti J F. Cash, Stanford; FOB. Orders for Cattle, Shcepand Hogs ..w ulty Cattle and Sheep a Solicited stovk Persons having any or the above for saloorwlshiiij to purchase same, vill do well An ei; erience 01 iiucen to call on or a'liiress me years In this biincss lias been of prctit tome and I think I cau make it profit idle both to tie buyer too aud seller l', u. address Mnlord, Ny. tJIfice at the Myers House St.-x- WILUAJI allOUISIoAND, S.. Shanks. Dealer in the abuse ar' dccrbl -- lilt. Presiuent. ft.sttu-l- . Li..i....l a, J'".'r" " 1 f B Owsle Cash, . pl 1 corn-fe- d, tlRST I NA lllrJAl KAThK OF STANFORD. KY r'l ra KmgsvtlH, Lincoln county, Kv Not Knougli. Member of Cominitteo Wo expect to hold a convention of inventors of safety SAL.E. car couplers in this city shortly, and I Acres on the would like to mako arrangements to I will sell privatelym lrmot 50 Danville & Stanford pike, thite miles trom or hve havo them all stop at this hotel, if suitwith dwelling It is well impiomd,necessary outbuildings; able terms can bo barn aud nil rooms, Call on me on the premises fine spring. Clerk (of down town hotel, in consteraUo or address me at outiford, Kv. nation) My dear sir," wo havo only 1,800 e IVUUUilU .v. rooms hi tho house. Chicago Tribune. FAltM FOR m-- Capital Stock Surplus S200,000 20,500 Stan-for- When Baby was slok, Vfo gavo Imt Ovatorix Vlien riie wa a Child, h) oriwl for dutorla. MUs, slio cluns to CaMorW. When hho Wlienslifi had Children, idiogpvo them Owtorla. PILOWBa PI.OW8 FIlUMKIKp PIAtteutionof the puhllc is invited tn the fac mat this is tho only National Bank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank Act depositors are atcuted not only by the capital .- We now have " I will start up next weok a Somemet MILL LUlYlDLr.S.VW Stanford, on the will have and mte. eight miles frotn for 7o.o feet or good Oak and l'oplar Lumber safe. I will sell at the most reasonable rates and to give me a call. invite all who want Lumber tlUITDDD 1 81-i- ni JACOIt HAKKLIoKR, Ottenbe.m. I, Ff Falls Branch Jellico CoallCc., Miners and shippers of the GENUINE "Of courso yon aro willing to work," observed tho lady. "How can you doubt it," protested tho tramp when after a short rest ho attacked with renewed vigor tho chicken leg sho had given him. Detroit Tribune. Skidds I wish I could get a great literary namo. Snooper All you havo to do is to win a prize fight. Truth. Look Outl Tim Wuy. i:ldcncoofGoml Taitli. THE F. RILEY D. HOUSE Kentucky. RHVET.'.Proprletor, A COMPLETE LINE Of Oliver Chilled Plows, Uuchcr & Giobs Imperial Plows in steel and chilled and Malta Double Shovels. London, I - - - stock, but by the stockholders liability Inr ao amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn slat) mints of thoconditiou of the bank re made each yesrto tho United States government and Its assets are examined at stated tunes by government agents, thus secuung additiloua nil perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanlordln 1858, then tied as the National Hank ol Stanford in 165 and as the First National Bank ol again htanlord in iS4, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of 31 years. It is better supplitd now with lacilitles for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long aud honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic-te- d. The Directory ol this Bank is composed 01 Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole ajents for Stanford Jand Rowland. OHice corner ot Depot street and ,GCINS ,fe WATTS. have moved to my new Hotel and am bettei prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached aad every convenience Give me. call. "Wo Mo T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Forcstus Reid, Lincoln county; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S.I I. Baughman, Lincoln, M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S, T, Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Mocker, Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. O. Welch, Stanford; W. .P. Tale, Stanlord. Crab Orchard, Ky. ' PXJBX.XC SAX.E THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KV., -- JOSEPH .COFF3SY,Pror. MThil Hotel, renovated anl refurnished, Is bo ibrov charge and I intend ti conduct it hum but to add not only mtmtain its high ryuUlior., accommodato its long list ol frienus. Special, travelers and hno roorus.foi tions for tho dlsptoy of samples. como-.erci- Jacks, Jennets Fobruary 9th, 1893, VSKiiJ6-' & Horses. H.6.RUPLEY,- An AlFIrst-Clas- s BILLIARD and j.-- .. Saloon) IBOOMS ch.d J "Sav, dadl" "Well?" "Ma says you aro to bring that worm to her instead of gadding over to that brown hen with it, and sho says if you d don't she'll teach you how tho torm 'hen-pecko- The day following Mr. John T. . of saddle horses, I will sell at Mt. Sterling, K y fifteen Jacks, twenty five Jennets and twenty five Hones. The Jacks are all old enough for service, The Horses include flteiJW Is heceiving His S. Ilnckcr, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinncy, Assistant Cashier. 187a. i8.;. Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Immense stock of Friit ami Ornamental Trees, small h runs, Shrubs, Vines and Plants. Prices low. We have no agents in- - our profits cease wheie theirs begin. General aud Strawberry Catalogue nn application to 7 Six Fine Stallions, 2 Standard-breTrotters, And a number of ni o d FAI.ILWIaOTJEffifc I.. originated." Lifo. mV'Ffi&fo Geldings. Ac For (R(0S Gic me call - Goods Warranted and a Pcrlect Fit Guaranteed. H. F. HILLENMUYER, Lexington, Ky ,'.-- ' '' ati 4.1: , . arJIMiijtlraiiHsiiit tAL:.-.---'- &-