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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893022101 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 m Semi Weekly Interior vol. XX. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUMTY. LONDON, a Journal NO. 102 -- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAV. FEBRUARY 21. 1893. LAUREL COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD. NOTES FROM ATLANTA, GA. Miw Mavtno McUlnre han returned froln a Btfty at Paint Lick.bring-llnniL'- s' A -- ' n. n. KINO. GKOKGIi IJ. PREWITT. song which lias takun thu day here bears tho euphoneous appellation of ing with her one of that town'fl fairest tho "Buzzard Lope." It is pomething ny, yminK ,ies Misi Maugie Cochran, who after the order of MORELAND, KY., and about as popular as It was a year or wni vit,it our town tihile. so ago. 0i,r farmers aro getting ready for Take this method of informing the public that they will open in the Atlanta has a very largo number of plowing and sprin work. McCluro near future a well selected stock of" Iojm(in lmvu ,0Klt nil tho surplus Jews and many of them aro among her hoKH t tllirt (.n(i of tllu ,:onty bot, for most influential citizens. They do not A3XTD conffuo themselves to thu "sheep clod Ri,ippinK nnd supplying our farmers, Tm, fa1y of J y Fjrth ,eft f(jr CaU. ing" business here, as they do in most And in the early Spring will add to their stock a line of Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods. Dry Goods, Millinery, &c. Our terms will "" " ,";'u,, "' l'w co,,niy " fortiia last Thurmliiv. A Dan vi!!,. tho HreateHt thought to a (ideation, that , ,. . . , places, but a number aro selling grocerin uias convention Monday aud adopt- wliosi' name wo failed to learn, has rent ies and many others in various other be cash or country produce and we will also take in exchange for ever occupied Ills mind was his that responsibility lo God. Tiio ed unanimously resolutions in favor of ed the farm for five vmm, at 3o00 per kinds of business. In several inpt'inccs goods Tan Hark, Whisky Barrel Staves, Hoop Poles and Hickory Ibloy for tho U. S. marshal- - year. Mr. Fish will have a clearance hero Jews havo married Gontiles, which Spokes Give us a call and we will save you money. neatest thought of thu iiverauu ptlltl-cini- i Col. Frank tdiipof Kentucky. importis something rattier unusual for them is his liidivlduil sale Saturday, Feb. 23. of -- I learn G cfc PF-EWIT- T. that tho M. K. church Tho Stanford'aUornevB wero hereto to do. ance. bought property from A. It. tako depositions in the divorce About the only manufactory that has On next Wednesday evonliiK at r South hi" case of o'clock Miss Lena Totteu will bo united Dyche, tdmoet opposite the lvdio ollice, Mrs. Matrgio James tigiind George Lee not nourished hero U that of making pi- -' I of on the will build there James, but wo nro rejoiced to tell you auos. A commodious establishment was in marriage to Mr. James Dunn. Tho and ground of O. II. Moses. put up several years ago and roiii p'imi that tho suit was withdrawn and ceremony will bo performed nt tho 'Judge Clark has issued a rule against two will livo as God intended thse did instruments wero turned out, ut on Crab thubrido'H parent, they uio why a should. May His blessing attend their they "came from thu South," ns niin, Orchard btrcet, after which a reception tho county court, to show county jail shall not bo built, and and tht-iwill bo j;lven ut thu homo of the fjroom. iK'W fuliiro bo brighter slid, anil wero not salable. It's a .n of the ncwdUwn why diS? e& Tli.. frmr iirtHOimru confined in tho than tliir imgt. Their many friends but there are a great many people v. i shall not Im rmorrd from the public will think that nothing can bo mnde i" glad to hear of iheir decision. nuinty jail made an unsnrteaaful f n aqur. the afwlatance of the Yankoen. Tho Muaons will giv a supper i.ipt to uucapo Thurmlay night, by rut-tionly felony case with n itonvic Tho It is surprising and at thu Mime made from cm with HawB night for thu benefit of tho Masonthe iu tint prpsent circuit court was to know thu amount of snull thwy had stolon from th tion I am now ready to wait upon tny fiiends in anything in ic Orplians' Home in Louisville. kniv.H which IL It. Taylor, who got one your and everybody in thU and adjoin- used in this section. It is routined exwhich thoir meals weie served. asainat uaitcrson in thu MttituUary for obUining gooda ing counties ar invited to sex, who, it cutt their clusively to the It will be n cold day in.lcwd when "Hi ecap ntidr fate praUmara. Ho has tipplitnl mites toward helping the grandest of our seems, use ubt.ut as much tobacco as thu Injun" Kothwell lew a prlonr (or a now trial. iiifclltutioua, where hundreds of little men do. The worn in who doerf not from his jail. Ulla I'twrl. tho writer's littlo daugh-tr- , fatherlu) ohildreu aro being taught mid "dip" here is tho exception rather then and Maiia V.'arnm MInh-Joiinio oiimu nwir boing hurttod to death cared fur. Crowd DioHiippur-roonciti- tho rule. My brother has a big trade in returned to Stanford. MhH Iteiwie Saturday evening, by havo her clothes catch- zens, and you will wALA it and sells box after box daily. Tho laMarkabury and Katie .imon vimWd receive your ing flro nl a grato. The front of her apron t (ri. sinuiMoii Sutiirdnv and Son generally claim that they are buy dies m.u and dro went almoat burned oil' of her, Sc. 1 am also agent for a line of. Tho members of tho W. C. T. U. ing it lor their fi latere, or their cousins day. Mrn. A. II. Kite left for tauinvillo itrevuuted any ho- or their aunts, while some of them alio will viit Mrs. O. H. but timelv asiaUncu held a "Mothers' Meeting" at the resiMonday where vere burns. dence of Mrs. W. T. Stephenson Friday would havo you believu thnt tjey nro Irvine. Mia Will IIutchiuiM returned The following marriage licenses havo night, iu which the little ones participa- purchasing agents for their cooks and to.Stanford Saturday. Mr. Khjah Lorenzo Cincin- been insued in I'eb., ISlKl: nurses. The most popular brand is the ted with great interest. Wo look and wife haye returned to Hvausand Liza Hilib.inl; Wilson GarRailroad Maccaboy, and it sells like hot to great results from those nati. Mies Kiln Meyers lin returned Equal to any ever offered here. Call and sec them, I represent the land and Ltvira Uiwson; Samuel Young l.lck. bulioving in the old proverb, "As cakes. from a visit to Taint and S.illlti Lcnocks; Andrew Johnson famous D.imo Fashion here has decreed that the twig is bent," Ac. Our young friend It is obvioiiH that Coiigrew is becomHtid Cinda llur'Htt; Grant Bailey and Dr. Boazley is exulting his talent to or- it is quitu correct for tlie Indies to wear ing to all intent and purposed an unMaggie Feltnor; J. L Morton and Tilliu ganizing a V. C. T. U.al McKinney. Too live lizzanls as ornaments and that little wieldy body, not to my an expensive sixty six mem- Rustle; Calvin Warren and Kllen much praise cannot be given Jiini for reptile is in great demand. A bust fig- one. Three hundred and Jtiinos Price and S.itnatitha J. llel-tonearly two million a year &c.v this ellort. So fuw young men aro bold uro in one of the show windows here ber, drawing Georg'i Kirly and Mary K. of tho public treasury, w ith nothing enough to como forward aud maku a shows hojv thuy should be worn. A ti out F. F. Itrynnt nnd Mary S veeney; Call and see my line of goods before make any purchases. bold stroke for right to show that they have dono anything How much moro ny chain is fastened around tho lizzard's Lt'i Thotnai and Claricy J. Fonder; Win. Very respectfully, to his credit is this work, than to be an neck, which ia also fastened to a broach for the puolic good beyond tho parage bills, and Osborn and Luciuda Cathers. lady's neck and the lizzard is alagent for whisky and cigars. Girls, this at the of a few general appropriation Col. W. G. Welch is back again this is the kind of a young man a number of resolutions of rchcl to deto admire, lowed to run about over tho shoulders, uieuiberH and deceived public week on bynl business. Following uro the kind that will do to tie to. Hurrah or as far as tho chain will permit. It parted functionaries. Thu only litnlutious up- the nanus of thu local attorneys practic for Walter Beazley, and God bo with seems to me that it is about as filthy a fashion aaone could well think of, and on the power of OongreM to regulate the ing before the present circuit court, tho him to help him iu ids work! the introduction of hoops siuks into ob number of Hepreseittatives in the Houho number being 25: Judge It. Boyd, C. It. V. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. hcurity beside it are tli U it ahall not exceed one for ey Brock, Iv K. Wilson, II. C. F.voraole, W. S Jackson, O. A. JackI noticed an unusual number of gray crytlO.OOO inhabitants, and that each 0. Krcnole, John W. Wilkinson and wife aro on horses hero aud talked with a sale and ahull have at leaat ouo member. It son, It. II. Craft, V. F. Stilllngs, It. L. a State trip to Cincinnati. Kwell, J. D. Smith, C. B. Faris, Kdwnrd livery stablu man about it. Said lie: Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just is tho opinion of men who havo made Judge .My ere thinks ho will havo to ".My experience is that they nro by far cd at old stand with would be for Parker, W. L. Brown, Henry Young, Una question a study that it Young, Kobeit Young, it. II. convene a called session of court to maku more salable than any other color the good of tho public to roduee Ibo George an additional levy on account of exempnumber of Kepro.tontntivea in thu House; Bowling, Jamcd Spark, W. It. Itamsey, tion of property under the new constitu- make a better showing iu most W. T. Mortui. W. A. way. I have a number of customers and that if it should be decided to havo T. F. Oarnifax, tion. will drive nonu other but grav horses only one or two from each Statu that tho Litton; W. B. Catching absent. Henry L Davenport has returned moro Hoke Smith's friends hero are jubilant And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery ImMticM would be traiis-ieles assessment for Casey county and bis over his recognition by Mr. Cleveland, and everything to be found in a HUSTONVILE. drug store- - I shall be pleas and at an immoro promptly, work is ready for the boird of supervisbut aru loth to give him up as a citizeu ed to see all my old custmers and as many new ones as will favor. me, mense saving in the way of Balariiw. By MissSallie A. Held is lying at the Monday in of Atlanta. He is a lawyer of much Assuring them apportionment bill 21 mem- point of death at tho home of her broth-er-i- ors, which meets the tirst tlie recent March. prominence aud his newspaper career bers have been ddd to tho House, carlaw, Mr. Ben P. Hawkins, of the Wellington, for the cutting of Clem- lias been a most brilliant and successful approan addition to the unuual Moroland neighborhood. rying ens on Casey's Creek, appeared before one. I hayo not heard of any Georgian priation bill of about $130,000. Mr. Mad Will Bout tented from T. L. Carpenmultitudinous a ter 10 acres of corn ground; besides this Judge Myers, waived an examination going wild with delight over the grand isoiiHild. "1'hoiuoro and was held to appear at thu next cir- man's selection of secretary of State, but representative assembly is, tho moro it lie 1ms in JiO acres of wheat. Will is a New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. cuit court. on the contrary there aru many who will partake of tho mummies memuut iu hustler anil instead of "going west to No matter how dull tho times are, rather condemn it. To a man up a tree Igcollective meetings of tho people. grow up with the country," ho is grow- thu youths and maiden's of Casey will it does look like tho democratic party norance will be the dupe of cnnuliig and ing up right in among his native hills honhibtry and dec- and growing to bu in fine circumstance.", marry. Since our laat report, licenses could have furnished a man who would paaatoii thoHlavoof havo been issued to the following cou- till the office with as much credit as lamation. Tho people can never err too. Cof- Judge Gresham and then, too, in thu Tho entertainment at Christian Col- ples: John Peyton to Mrs. Mary more than in supposing that by fey; II. B. Minor to Mis3 Mary 15. democratic party Mr. Cleveland might their representatives beyond a lege will I'ouio oil on thu ovening of the Milford Meritt to Miss Bannv have found a man more in sympathy limit they btreiigthen tho burlier 21th instead of the 22d. Tho supper by certain Miss Cora B. with his views. Uxperl-nictho band will be given tho samo ovening Bird; A. C. Carpenter to ngniiibt u government of a few. I havo noticed a great mauy admonish them that, at Mrs. Drye's hotel, and the pupils of Wilcher. will forever and one armed men here more I securing a sulli-ue- the Academy will render a few songs, on the contrary, after THE legislature; believe than I have over seen iu anyone for tho purposes of safety recitations, etc, at Presbyterian church number .We have. dlllusivosyni-pathIt bcems impossible for either House city before. I asked a prominent genon the evening of tho 2lld. It is a little of local Information and of will singular and I think a littlo bit tinfortu- - to keep a quorum and warrants ot at rest tleman here why ho supposed it was a with tho whole society, they .. ...t iiir nivii views by every ail- - nite, too, that our people in tryinj; to have been ib.sued against all the absen- thus and his answer was: "Southern tUllllli:ita. " f people aro very impetuous aud They celebrate the 23d bft it entirely oil their tees. ditiouto their representatives. aud are moro disposed to place An amendment to tbo gambling bill iiwomble for tho bone-tl- t programme. are presumed to And opened elegant lines of was adopted by tho Senate,', which pro- themselves in d.ingir than are tho and yel tho peojile havo of tho people; hibits minors from going within :?0 feet cooler heads of the North aud East. A as much inlluenco in that utiguat about with a saloon con- Norther man will do most anything to of any billiard-roobody, us if they had nothing to do in get out of resenting an insult, while the havo been nected therewith. their selection. Tho bills that The salary of the secretary of State Southerner can't resent one too quick." Congress for the repassed by tho lata Since my last the weather has chang1)000, without has been flxed at lief of citizens who luvo just claims it is Ho is empowered to appoint ed greatly for the better and government could bo countHgaliiHt tho an assistant secretary, who will receive bright and cold, with chances in favor of your lingers. All that is necessaed on it remaining so. jus1000 salary and the usual fees. ry to obstruct thu course of public I havo never senn a people so wrapped India Linens, Linen Lawns, posing us u republicans havo nominated Tho tice is for some wiseacre Judge T. M. Cardwell, of Hnrrodsburg, up in a public official as tho citizens of treasury to rise iu his watch-doof tho of to maku tho race against Capt. Taylor, this portion of Georgia are in their goveeat and object to tho consideration ernor. Gov. Northen is not considered is the nnniversary of thu of Frankfort, for the State Senate. The u bill, and that is tho end of it. To show owing a man of extraordinary ability, but hu is Linen Laces, &c. &c. doing birth of tho boy who couldn't tell a lie, electiou was fixed for but J their constituents that they nro say in si and who was afterwards "first in war, to a misacount in the number of days it such a good, conscientious man that ho something, each must havo lua won tho esteem and admiration of all. printed speech and tho time consumed llrst in peace and first in the hearts of had to be postponed till March 4. 1150 is simply enormous. The House has begun the considera- A strict member of the church lie can bo bis countrymen." That cherry tree inby tho immortal iu his pew at tho First Baptist of repcident may be a myth, or may bo tion of the new general bill on prisons. Been It is evident that u Binallur body in a overdrawn, but it has pointed many a If passed, it will put tho penitentiaries church whenever the doers aro open. resentatives would accomplish more unnec- moral and adorned many a tulo for the under the supervision of aboard of man- The governor is not commanding in apgiven tiiuu, aud thereby save an salaries that are tak- good of tho generations past and pres- agers, whore it ought to be, instead of pearance, nor does he look like a statesessary outlay in tho tho sinking fund commissioners, as at man, but he guU there all thu same ent. en out of the treasury. when it comes to pleasing tho masses of present. invited litis K. O. W. circu- the people. A driving biiow storm kept thu ducks Auditor Norman has issued a Gen. Fitzhiigh Leo of tho Third Division away Saturday in tho Maryland hunt, lar letter to the sheriffs notifying them to take command The Noss Jollities will take Summer Cleveland inaugural but President Harrison determined not that au act has passed the General of Military in tho Boarders and make a "Quick Match" at allowing all delinquent whose parade. This division will bo composed to be "skunked," aud got a crack at a Walton's Opera House, Feb. 27th. EnVirginia troops the New York rabbit and brought him down. It is property was sold prior to 1893, for Stato gage your seat in advance for of tbo their talincluding tho be against the laws of the Stato to shoot and county taxes, to redeem 'the same at and Maryland troops, fifth Maryland rabbits at this time of the year, and the auy time before January 1, 1S9 1, by pay- ented company. Now York and tbo M troops. President was liable to arrest and line. ing the taxea with cost of sale and 8 per Ford insists that tho correct pronunRegiments, and all tho other State same capacity Both Houses of the Wyomiug cent, per annum interest on tbo amount ciation of Hawaii is General Leo acted in tho 1-adopted a rosolution declaring of tho taxes and costs until paid. Inaugural of Cleveland. Very well ; now please tell us 2. iu the lint con- - that woman suffrage had accomplished to fiovern the blamed old place? D Wllgns, tho -- G The nomination of Judgo Howell Newport Journal. off Lexington, is great good there having secured "ortractor ami builder, derly elections, pure politics and a re- Jackson to bo Aseociato Justico of tho The tobacco rohandling house of the years of.businees career in the 48 markable degree of civilization and pub-li- e United States Supreme Court was con Finzer Bros., at Louisville, was damagoJ Urmed by the Senate without opposition. $35,000 by tire; fully insured. order." in that city. inns There was a gin huliv born at J. n. Went, of Chicago, Oakley's Ust Thursday and one at Bb on a vtoit to Ills parent. is licru on Frlilay. Mr. K. A. Pascoo Iiuh received news oiu man ny mo name oi r.ngte aii of the death of liirt father, which occurfell oir tho rear platform of a train "t red at Hamburg. Uatpon it West Ikivo rented thostoro Lily Friday and oroko his leg. A horse hitched to it light wagon bo-- , room adjoining them mid havo had lnrc.o Ionising to mind Bill Mageo ran oir on doors cut between them, thun making no of tho most convenient and largest the street Friday and tore down a street lamp at Filxjemld street. Tho wugoti stores in town. mild, in reply was demolished. Daniel Webster ouch -- Col. Jim "Toad" bt,iy KING & PREWITT, GROCERIES t - ,. HaHDWARS, to-da- y j to-tla- 2SII? in-t- ea md-dciir-c- -- n r Bwv-ra- l out-houu- a q3 fHUsliW at-t- Sit-unla- br Ma-aou- s ler GBOOKRI Ji i, Ire-wa- rd. AEDWAI Pel-ridg- e for-wur- d meet-inu.- s, COOK STOVES Fori-do- t; n; Key-nol- ds; Oliver OMlled Plow, Dis: Peed Gutter, Studo"balsr Wagons, I w. H. HIGGINS. NEW DRUG STORE. re-ope- 2 NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS. satis-faolonl- d first-clas- n Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. W. B. McHOBEETS, mtilti-pljin- g y; Seasonable Goods JUST RECEIVED e ono-leg-ge- d nt y hot-blood- m g wp s. to-da- Nansooks and Dimity Cheeks Hamburg Edgings and Insertings, . be-o- Legia-lotur- "Haw-waw-weo- ." haw-waw-w- ee well-know- n New Stock, Latest Styles All Shapes, Sizes From 6 2 to 71-H. J. McROBERTS. i .41 a Si A...5 t. ... . V- - '' " . - - L r -1 '.," ' - - . - - vt i - c- - " r if IV TiiEiit: w ill nover ho any reform in tho P. G. Coker,w)iolcBa!o milliner, thieving pension htiMiirt until all tho has failed for $00,000. cowards are kept out of ollice. Tho dem minwwtw It snowed nil day in Buffalo, N. Y. ntl) o'clock tho amendment to tho Stanford, Kv., Feijkit.vuy 21, JS'.'3 ocratic House killedrevoking payments Sunday, undhad reached athat nightthree depth of tho pension hill beautiful" where the pensioner had an income of feet. 51,000 Tho river nt Cincinnati is over 57 annum, and passed the appro W. priation, which carries with it tho enor- feet, long past tho danger line. Two mous sum of SlG'sOOO.OOO. Tho soldier steamboats 8ro said to have blown into n element is a power in the eyes of the corn field above tho city. : A society girl at tlm ILurodsburg who fear its wrath, but the sentiment for a remedy of tho abuses of theater created a Hunsation by appearing t lie pension system is gaining ground, attho play without a hat. The Sayings -Cleveland's ambition to and will assert itself in the near future. pays her a very high compliment for her Ik it bo Mr. Till then tho and consideration. 8iirpri60 the country by diBCOverinf; An immense How of water from an had better make tho best of their and exalting tbetn to official opportunities. artesian well sunk near Portland, Tex., he ia certainly gratifying it. His gives other ranchmen hopes that tlm ef latest discovery ia J. Sterling Morton, of The Kansas Legislative war between whom ho has named for the the republicans and populists has ended fects of the drouth may bo hereafter Nebraska, agricultural bureau. As the lata Sen in the defeat of the latter. Tho supreme avoided by drilling wells. Congressman Al Berry, of Newport, ator Beck enquired when Mr. Huck, otio court has if sued an injunction restrainhas been indicted by tho grand jury for Minof his constituents, was appointed ing tho auditor from paying any acoffice of mayor, for ister to Peru during Mr. Cleveland's ilret counts on order of tho populist clerk and misfeasance in tho councilmen nnd for ndminiatration, "Who the d- -1 is Mr. tho third party members are in a hole. It offering bribeo to renting houses to prostitutes. Huck?" so is tho couutry now inquiring has been 300 years since Guy Fawkes atTho First National Batik has with.who the d- -1 is Morton? Tho one is tempted to blow up the British House drawn from tho Lexington Clearing As about as little known as was the other. of Parliament. The necessity of his act sociation because the" manager fined its Morton served a term in the State Legi- was questionable, but if another Guv runner $1 for not observing a rule Hiid l-3- c; slature, which fact is not generally con- Fawkes should succeed in blowing the refused to remit it when asked to do bo. sidered a recommendation, and is said to Kansas Legislature to kingdom come the The flour mills of Coiner & Wilkerbe a tariff reformer of the Watterson rest of the people would riso up and call son, at Birmingham, Ala., were burned c. school. Ho doesn't know anything more him blessed. Sunday, the lossbeingestimated at $100,-00of holiof agriculture than a hog does and no insurance. J. A. Lewis, who Yard-wid- e Thk man who goes another's security c. day, but the agricultural bureau wasn't was sleeping in the building was burned help the farmer. It is to pay a debt, which ho has nothing to established to to a crisp. simply a sinecure for some political hack do with and can derive no benefit from, At Noblesville, Ind., the jury in the who is glad to get unythinjj with a sala- seems to be whatSut Lovingood would 07ii"z Senator McDonald will contest virtually derned fool. At any ry attached and bo clothed in a littltf term a natural-bordocument offered for rate that's tho way Gov. McKinley must pronounced tho brief authority. probate a forgery, and awarded tho confeel at present when he realizes that his testants real estate in Indianapolis valgeneral and about 100 estate has Thk postmaster been swept away by endorsing other distinguished .'persons tested tho a friend who has gono to the wall for a ued at $10,000 weighing ten tous A huge rock-slifirst pneumatic tuba for mail trausit in large amount. It is a bad business, this America nt Philadelphia Saturday. The going security, nnd tho man who cannot came down the mountain near Nuttnll-bur- g, W. Va. on the C. and O., at.d a mile in length and eay "no" when importuned to do so, will tube was through was a Bible usually live to repent both the I033 of a crushed a hut in which ten colored men the first article sent Kern living. Four of them wero killed wrapped in tho American ilag with the friend and his money. and tho other six badly injured. message, "First use ol the first pneumatllichard Nugent, a young business The Wyoming legislature c.une to an ic postal tube in the United States is to Scrip- end by constitutional limit Saturday, man nt Lexington, was lined il,000 nnd Bend through it a copy of the Holy Threw living stallions have sired ever given to without electing n U. S. Senator, nfter sentenced to jail for six monthp on the trotters with records of L'.OSJ or better, WICtures, the greatest ineesag Covering the Bible is the much fruitless balloting. The demo chargo of aiding and abetting bis brother, they being Lord Kutnell, Harold and the world. American flng, the emblem of freedom crats have by disagreement thus lost a Thomas Nugent, in shooting W. T. Vatican. One of theee sires U a full n commission merchant. of 05,000,000 happy people." With a chance, as by fution with the populists brother to the I'.OS trotter Maud S , and his all of them tittco direct to Kysdyk's HamAlbert Wing, who murdere pressure of six pound to the equaro they could have easily wou. The govAntl (ami in ,i t v..l! aril see what the .ati.iUuu.s .ire at throMr.li the tube in ernor, who i a republican, will it is said wife in a Ixiiisrillo bagnio, waa given n ' bletonian. inch thin was forced life sentence, althouch he asked to be 15 and three seconds. A gold appoint A. L. Now to the position. one minute The Gibson Farm, conmotiug of 'J hanged. The father of the murdered rcrcs, lying aujaevnt to ttie i.exingwn watch and other thing3 wero. sent thro' with safety and tho test piovcd satisThe world's supply of hops is estimat- woman, Judge Enves, of Greenville, said Waterworks reservoir, w us purebred factory in every respect. It is thought ed to bo :,r00,000 pounds short nnd tho that be was too old to bo revengeful and by ,ho rom,,.my for $30,505 Tho recer- We nCcr tnliht ! IVtt r t that the tubes can be aH successfully used World's Fair coming on too. It will be asked that the murderer's life bo spar-- 1 voir w m l)B eniarKpj nn,l made to hold Large Store in Rowi.vid, Ky ay Paul, .. Wl .rt inn nt, gallons. Tins will insure .. uui sen 1 1 one and all at the same per cent, ami th.it- i long distance between eitim. for tho (oo oau it me visitors to uincngo are " IM.,HIWWV1, "..y ue arc -(- .en. George h. Spencer, K"""!; riu ci ,o many ol our nicest Spring liocvls early in the forced to drink lake water or the mean CJM,im,onf, wnter 8,,py to the iy. 2To mattor who is appointed to the cabfrom Alabama, and S. C. Jl .alines, ex.) Drcs Goods. AlacgiVKor Cheviots Surges Henriettas, Mack whisky of that latitude. The Board of Appeal for the Pacific ' inet the Louisville Times elevates itself Chief Justice of Iowa and .t California, (JJ!,tril.t of tl0 XntionalTrotting Associa- - Lawns, Wliie Lawns, Satin Glorias, French Ginghams Crcvlock-- ' ou its pastern joint and hurrahs for an.,.,, Ir is Faid that Col. E. Polk Johnson h died Saturday night, the former in , i1Ilu . ,UMr.i Dahlia Cloth. Xenhvrrttes- wt..-i.- .' Grcsh an applicant for public printer at Washother victory for Mr. Watterbon. is genuine. 0:i man impli- - i"'k Nouveantic and Passementerie. Irancaic Trimmires 1 inen Tor'. of 2:07 hid, Carlisle and Morton are said to be ington, nnd if the president can find u Cisco. IJoth were uorn in jeuerson rated in the attempt to provo thxt the 111UI1S t . Automatic r.morouerv. v.i u necm ..v the editor's closest friends and that the better man we do not know where he county, N. Y., many years apart, and leeord wai a "fake" has bet-dies ests. Helts, Kc. Largest line f Ladies", Children's and Men's appointments fill his heart with joy. It will come from. both became lawyeis in Iowa and began from the association, and two othert lies in the country. stock of lluell & Son's, W. L. Doim- would be tho same, though, even if Col public life there. lass, Mcintosh, Sclz, Schwab & Co. 'a SHOES are all on suspended. NEWSY NOTES. the road to Sear?, Mr. Watterson's ancient and arch By the failure at Yonngstown, O., of Pruwitt it Word bought 320 corn-fe- our Lmporimn in Rowland, Ky. These goods are direct from the enemy, wero appointed a member of tho Robert L. Walker, regarded heretofore n wero given? Two from J. K. Lynn 2l0 for im- miesc lactones m the ivast. HATS or all sizes and styles in abun president's official family. Mr. Wattera man of groat wealth. Gov. McKinley is mediate delivery nt Jc al,d the balance dance and each at Canelton, Ind. bo vindicated, even if tho son must New York is &nov.-eup as badly al- nrobablv rendeied taukrunt. He was for delivery March 1 nt le; and 00 from blanket has to be stretched to tho rip- most as during the famous blizzard of on Walker's paper for a large sum, and Win. Moreland for Muroh dull very at ping point, else what's the uso of his 1SSS. if Walker's failure is as bad as it appears J Jo. They sold 4 feeders, 1,170 pound-- , having two papers, both daily? Tho steamer Crystal City, valued nt to be, Gov. McKinley will lose everthing to Jrtke Rohinsou, at lc. W. W. Me $50,000, was cut dowu bv the ice in the ho has in the world. Kirov sold to S. A. Chamber, of IaiIi- ine most elegant line ol UenU' CLOTHING in thN action will A curat deal of puerile fun is being The United States Senate adopted a uon, Tenn , his line young 2 year-old river below St. Louis. soon be oprned in onr house. We c. kim. - m,i tt, .m..... indulged in over tho namo of Mr. Cleve- - " mi iiii iiJiJULil ill the All the conductors and collectors ou nn amendment to the Sundry Civil bill, jak, Big Ben, for $1,000; jiIko to Mr line of GROCKUIKS. We bought largely in this line of good s eariv land's appointee to the secretaryship of authorizing Vanelciive, of Missouri, another young ;., ;... .......... . discharg- proposed by Mr. Sherman, r. .1 t. our menus r the interior by the ribald press. He is the Louisville Daisy Line were iimiik nit M.U1WH. tIKir Dast n.il rnnn t e anil the Secretary of the Treasury to it.sue jm-- for f000. Danville Advocate I ed for "knocking down." hope by fair dealing and polite treatment to h.ivc a continuance of spoken of as the llocuspocun Smith, bonds bearing II per cent, inter fit "to The Pension bill, carrying the Hoke is a j their allied patronage. Joke Smith, and so on, yet STI.PHKXS v: KNOX. The Rev. Mr. Stivers, ol St. Johns, provide for the redemption of notep." very good name. It was borne by the enormous appropriation of $106,000,000, Thu object of tho amendment is to uieet X. B., is a dfdsv. This is the way he has been passed by the House. mother of its owner and is peculiarly Lumber dealers around Burkesville, the exigency now facing tho Treasury wrote to the nifo of a paribhioner: "You pertinent to distinguish Mr. Smith from musical-voiceproviding gold to keep intact the ra liaut browed, tuiiiiue-faced- , tho vast army of people who hear that Ky., have been swindled out of some by kiesable, delectable, thrilling $100,000,000 reserve fund. patronymic. With a Smith in the Sen- 510,000 by a bogus St Louis film. The president transmitted to tin armful of contradiction-- , yet queen of The Louisville- Southern roundSmith in the cabinet, it seems ate and My heart message recommending the an- my loving heart. that the long lost Jtribo is at lost being house at Harrodsburg burned, with two Senate a Have jnst received a new barrel each of Open Kettle, N. O. Molasnexation of tho Hawaiian Islands. Iln was never touched and etirred until engines. Incendiarism is charged. recognized according to its numbers and saw you. I know perfectly well that I ses, Sorghum and Caramel Syrup, also pure Maple Syrup, Huckwhe.it Congressmen Turpin and Waugh puts the case very plainly. "Only two just deserts. and Graham Flour in bulk--, self rising buckwheat Klour, Hams Shou'l- bad n fight in the House over a courses are now open," he says; "one have no moral right to tell you this, be-... A mas has beenjsent to jail in New pension debate. Nobody hurt, howev- the establishment of a protectorate by cause you belong to another. You are ucja, ome meat. iire.iKia.se iiacon. uroi mrr i,.,.r to and Chipped Hcef, Mackerel and Pigs' Feet in barrel, Hyman's mix-c- d York for six'niontliB for attempting the United States and the other annexa- my queen, my mate, my nihility, my er. love." Thu woman's hushind goi onto and Cucuniber Tickles in barrel, Queen Gage Plums, Red Cherries commit suicide, the law in that Statu Mrs. Robert Downing, of Mason, tion full and complete." The latter the of using a shot Blackberries, Sweet Potatoes, French Peas, Van Houten's CocoV punishment for such attempts. died from lockjaw, caused from stepping course is favored. In all probability the gun racket and instead providiog adjecon the man of many Heut This seems to put a uuu on that narrow on a rusty nail, which ran into her treaty will he sanctioned by tho Semite, tives, he has left it to a jury to sny now strip of laud between the devil and the foot. and the islands come into the possession much thu reverend cuss owes him for deep blue sva. In other words, "he'll be Knpci.il rnmmirrnu rimnrtpi A of the United States. It provides that aleniating his wife's allections. ' . ..: flint .. d d if ha .'U d d if ho does and he'll be senate bills and 11 house bills were 520,000 a year shall be paid tho deposed Of Teas and Coffees. We will have a lull stock ol Seed Potatoes anil don't" succeed in felo de se when he in the hands of house committees unre- Queen and the lump diim of $150,000 to Oar-debceds. the best varieties. Have already bought and will be about it. btarts the Princess who ia heir apparent. Chiported. able to give you some low prices. His Senatorial friends gave Mr. Car- nese aro prohibited cominc from tho is have thought the Six Legislatures - Kentucky, question of sufficient moment to consid- lisle a farewell supper the other night, at lands to the States, and thu sugar bouner bills prohibiting the wearing of hoop which much oratory and good feeling ty under the McKinley bill is not to be Olten hij irofeiKiiul tcrvicr. tci the people of tliU section. Hat h.ul eight yciiit' eirricncc In paid on Spreckles' sugar. skirts, yet it i love's labor lost. The abounded. the tulnev Keren to the Hm NtnoiuMianl of .Stanturd, where lie cm lie limn J At Fort Worth, Tor., a boiler of n dear creatures will adopt the fashion FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. if nothing else, and mako Texas and Pacific locomotive exploded, now for spite, DR. JOS. HAAS' themselves a3 hideous as may be to mas- killing one man and injuring five others, Two good jacks for sale. J. Walker culine optic3. They do not dress to three of whom will die. Givens, McKinney. Hog & of Hon. L. I). Parker, please men anyway only themselyed, B. I). Holtzclaw sold to I) M. Crefis, is dead. the Legislature from Pulaski, and to make othei women envious. of Rockcastle, a jack for $1100. Ap a Mason, citizn and lawyer he was W. M. Lackey bought of Wayne BOOK-SEIiXEI- l. Tub World's Fair souvenir coins are gieatly thought of in his section. Used Successfully Fifteen Years. ' county parties 25 cattle at $2S. celerity going with that not An alphabetical list of all taxpayers The LargestStock to select from. Prices alwas as Lowlas The wheat crop of this county has Will arrctt ilhcite, ptpven'i riUeatu, cxrilit that their originators expected. In fact, who pai( on $10,(!00 or over hows that weathered rnm.h. the low the flrih mill hl<rn the winter well and id said to urcrmi. cfnn est. Mr. Ihos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. maturity, they are bcarcely going at all, and other there are 1,201 people in Louisville who Watch-es- , l'ricr; $.jo, $i as and 50 ccnls per paclagn; bo looking lluely. means of raising money have already pay on 510,000 or over of property. Clocks andfjewclry Repaired and Warranted. dnfia 50. 'lhu forgot Mclse aic was a horse po high in the cheanrst. For ale bjv There never been started. The coius Hra far from "A. R. I'K.VNV, James O. 13 J wauls, editor of the breeding or so low in speed that it did aniilonl, Ky. and the average American being pretty Todd County Times, has been selected not pay to advertise him. care to put up n dollar for a doesn't II. Ca.tleman A. O Lnhn. Old Gold and Silver takcnjin'cxchangc for goods. by Senator Lindsay us his Private SecreWool. I want to buy 100,000 lbs. piece, even if it wero passing fair to tary. The salary is $1,200 per highest mark-e- t annum. or more of wool. Will pay Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal look upon. paprice. A. T. Nuunelley. "Doctor" Williams, whoso name was tronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by The legion of friends of Mr. Young K. connected with the Rosa Bohon affair in load of hogs shipped from Illi A car polite at tcntion, honest gooes and fair prices. Allison are delighted to know that his Louisville, was deprived of his title and noia to Chicago last week averaged 410 A.'R. PENNY , or nn averaged of new opera, "Tho Ogallalu," which was 350 in the city court, for unlawfully prac lbs, and brought Uu,h at Chicago ticing medicine. rendered for tho first $35 21 per head. Dr. W. W. Dawson, of Cincinnati, the other night, by the BoBtouiane, met There are 1125 nominations in the great eclat and was pronounced a the famous physician and surgeon, who Great Americau Derby, to bo run at with big success. Mr. Allison is a musical has frequently visited Stanford profes- Washington Park, Chicago, June 21, and BARBEE&CASTLEMAjy genius of rare orde. sionally, died Friday. J50.000 is guaranteed to the winner, John Turner and Floyd Woolly to the second and ? J.000 to the third MANAGERS, Gov. McCrbahy obtained unanimous were hung in Marion county, Tenn., for horse. Saturday and secured the pasa conseut murder. The rain wai pouring down F. W. Spreen, who owns 18,000 Commerce Building-- Louisville nge of his pot bill providing for hold- during tho whole performance. Is JteceiviDff His peach trees in Trimble county, stated Acenti throughout the South. ing a Federal court at Richmond. The It is stated upon good authority that Saturday that not a bud upon his trees is necessity of this court is problematic, Congressman Willis, of Kentucky, has injured. The prospect for a largo peach though it is claimed much can bo s.ied been offered Kentucky and 7. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont, the commiesionershipof iu- - crop is most fluttering in in witness and other fees by its estab tnrnnl Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Ghc me rnt'Amia Iti Prnat.lii.it Plnnnl.....) Southern Tndinna. STANFORD, KV """ lishment. "" "J call. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Lou-Bvill- F. WALTON. pr SIX PAGES. law-maker- vi new-me- n camp-follower- s eoHVe-coole- rs poai-tio- n, The Louisville Store THIS WffiHflKo l-3l-S- - 0, Bleached Lonsdale Cotton 8 Bleached Fruit of the Loom 8 Brown Cotton 4 n de one-hal- f THE LOUISVILLE STORE, Stavford, Ky. .. JUTS, Manager. -t Cnesi.p Tatole - gLooh at '4 AJ Sis-truc- 1 ! WANT : 400 : LADIES STE PHEMB & KNOX' .- i - , ; M-n- nn. ,,-,- ,i:,i.i 2 m,i.niv ., v-..- t.. .v- n,: iOnr d white-cappe- rs five-year- s 1 lelow : Competition L- i 1 -- I .- - tr - . - M'KINNEY BRO'S ri.,.,,i 1 .." WE KEEP THE BEST BRANDS McKINNEY BROS. IE. CIVII. ENGINEER, Stanford, W. SMITH, l J j Lo mo Poultry Remedy DRUGGIST And FENNY. AND JEWET.'RR hot-cak- e t ! 50-ce- EiiKrnviii; IScautifully and ArtisUcally Dmic. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. sS.-IO- insurance Company, H.g.R0PLEY, 7,-0- 00 us--- . licNli , lT'AlLILAWj(NTIDM(fJ)(rj))- . "-- ."., ft ..r j II rv - ' SH ""- - --"W ""- - T" T&j&1r'"' '" I mf Semi-Week- I A L i s I - Rev. T. A. Green, of tho colored Methodist church, hmnetsed four perYot'it recount is ready. Call and H't' Wk invito all who tira looking for sons Sunday and received thorn into his Stanfohd, Ky., FntrntTAHYiM, 181).' tic. I monn you. A. II. lVnny. IIUSTONVILI.K, KY., men's, youths' nod boy' clothing or church, Hon Wiiiti.xy upmit Sunday In Ihocnl Offers Hargains in nil kinds of Goods for 30 days, in order to make Rtv. 15. M. HiH,veil, a Christian sci shoen to eotno and sep us this wok. Wo K,awxiTON,BUH. ManaRor aboose for buiiiK drunk and diHordorly. havo something especial to say to you ence apostle, has boon indicted at Heat-ric- room for his Spring Goods My Spring Shoes arc daily arriving, and Nub., for practicing boating with- far excel anything ever shown in Hustonville in quality, workmanship " Guomm Poiitmak, h we'l known col- mid to show you. Hughes A Tato. out a medical diploma. and style. I have some Shoes and Hoots left over, which I will close PERSONAL POINTS. ored man, died Saturday of consumpA iiigi'ATCti from Sherman, Toxap, Tho fetato V. M. C. A. will meet at out very low Ladies' Pebble Buttons 75c; Kid Huttons 95c; Men's tion. Mim. J. W. Auoit.v In (juitu ill. says that a man answering to tho de- Winchester tho '2'i UG. Tho programme Congress and Lace Shoes Si. 40, worth $2; Heavy Boots $1.25, S1.50 Kkmkmiikk M. F. F.lkiu pays tho high- scription of J. C. Anderson, tho asaRin contains the names of many distinguishMim. 0. Hutciumjh has boon visit and $2, worth double the money. A nice line of dark Calico at 5c. est market prlco for furs, beef hides, Ac, of Hdilor Rucker, of Somerset, Ky., nB ed speakers on important subjects. iti! in Laura liter. Blankets and comforts V. S. Knox, of liou land, wont to Uoylo in cash. been Hrrested thero. A Somerset ofllcer Rev. II. O. Morrison lias closed bis mm yehterday to visit relatives. at onco to Sherman to identify meeting at Kalamazoo, .Mien., wun o Thk Hoods put Middlesuoro under wa- was sent Mifb Maky Kay baa totti'tii'd trom u tho suspect. conversions. Ho is now helping Dr. ter, but she has nriseu and is rendy to vieit to her brother in Louitdnnn. t C irnuline, at St. Louis, where lr. y ng.iin. CikcuitCouut. Clerk Jainea P. Mna. Lauka Faulk.vku, of Corbin, ia conio is leading the music. Jessamine Arbucklc's Coffee 25c; Tire Proof Oil 15c gallon and a great numInforms us that the docket for tho on n visit lo Iht non.Squiro A. G. FaulkThi: engineers havo not struck yet and Journal. ber of Bargains too numerous to mention in all kinds of goods. circuit court, which will convene next ner. to bo in statu quo, though matters Tho Pope's Episcopal Jubilee was Terms 30 days to responsible parties. 133 old MlF8KH.IhN.VIi: AND MaKIK WaIUIKN it is said that they will como to n head Monday, litis Ul Common wealth, ce.ebrated at Romo Sunday. Tho ordinary, 'JO equity appearanequity, Mips Miiriu Warren, in Dan-vilnro vinilinn state that 30,000 pilgrims and ces and '21 ordinary appearances. The Jo.OOO or 30,000 Catholics from tho ImTiiiti:ii more answers to tho missing Commonwealth dockel will not be callMil. Kikni.v Sizemokk, of Clinton, perial city gained adin'fision to St Peter's word problem camo 'in Mrs. J. 1L ed till tho second day. 'IVnn., is viitine binbrolbor, He v. Amcr and witnessed tho special jubileo mass. LaG range, It. M. Hunt, RowMount, ictiH Vchptirius b'izemoro. Col. W. 0. ItiiADLKY was hero Sunday 10,000 people wero turned awny. and Miss Uesslo llishop, McKinn land, Mhh. N. J. Tyuki: bns returned from feelIn a letter to tho Danvillo Advocate total number of an- en route to the Mt. Vtrnon court, Of White Goods, Embroideries, Laces in white and colored is vhit to bur children in ney, running the 103. ing quite happy over tho result of a suit Rev. George W. Dunlup tells of the dedil!nHellvilIi Howling Orcein and Glas- swers received to before tho court of appeals, the decision cation of Misses Mario and Georgie gow. Ilito. Hllis Bcored it lo his congrega- in bis favor meauing a $1,000 feo for Barnes' church on Sanibel Island. Mr, Mr. Sam 0. Lackky, of Atlanta, la on tion Sunday for not nutting a decent him. It was tho case Barker and others, Barnes preached tho sermon and tho a visit to 1i!h father, Hon. G. A. lackey, fence around tho church and laying ad- of South Somerset, who sued tho Cincin largo auditorium was tilled with people, Percales for Shirt Waists and Drescs; Dimity and in looking iltst rato. ditional pavements. Ho said tho pres- nati Southern for fire losses, alleged to many of whom had como from a long For the Spring trade. Mulls. Embroidered Swisses both in white and printed; Nainsooks, Mjhh Fannik Davidson, of McKinney, ent condition was a disgrace, deand ho havo been caused by sparks from tho distance. Tim church cost over $2,000, returned with Mr. and Mr. J. II. Julian didn't put It too strongly. fendant's engines. Tho amount involv- all of which sum but $700 has been India Linens, Lace Stripes and Checks from 7c tp 25c. Our stock of is now complete and at prices never offered before at this yi'sivrday and !h now their jjut'flt. ed is $1(5,000. Asked as to his prospects raised by tho sisters. There is no appeal Ginghams An Irate husband ran a Danville dudo of Iho To start our Dress Goods, we will offer a all wool Gait. W.J. Wahii, road master for being appointed to tho IT. S. circuit for aid, but thir friends would gladden season. K. C, met the jay train hero Saturday out of town the other night and didn't court vacancy caused by tho appoint- the hearts of Misses Mario and Georgie Serge in all colors at 49c. Don't fail to sec these goods. We are use a shot guu as an accelerator either. and cHcorted it over his division. ment of Judge Jackson to tho supreme by assisting them in wiptngouttho debt, showing one of the best lines of black Dress Goods ever offered in who has been down Ho simply secured a common every day bench, ho said ho had made no applica- which can bo cisily done without any this market, ranging in prices from 10c to $1.50 per yard. Mn. K. P. We have mi, witli thurhfumntistn for a week or two, click and tho fellow took to his heels tion and would not do so. His friends one feeling it, received our full line of Trimming and Dress Silks in Surahs, Crepe lookwrh able to tlrivo with Ids wifo to town with lightning rapidity, not oven nf both naities were urging tho presi de Chenes, Silk, &c. These goods range in prices from 50c to $1.50. ing hack till ho recched tho toll gate. Friday. NEW ADVF.imSKHEN"re. We can sell you Lace Curtains from 50c to 5.00 per pair and Lace dent to appoint him, which ho regarded Dii. and Mim. W. H. O'Hanno.v, who as a compliment almost a high as the Hcd and Dresser Sets from Si. 50 to $$. We have a few more J. P. Hi'sii has found his mare, etolen appointuout itself. While the piy of havo been YiilliiK at Hrodbead, puscuil through yesterday on routo to their from him home time ago. Dock Lee, o the odico is much less than ho earns a3 Garrard, had her nnd si)s ho g.ivo Hill ' Trustee, Ac, I'lainlin home at KiiiKsville. -:- a lawyer, yet ho would consider tho ap- ChaJwick, r., &.c , .ijauiki inauwicK, uancy io.A I'KTtKK of Slnnford bandfionie Johnson iiVj for her. Johnson claims to pointment an honor and accept it If ten In Uquitj- Nolice to Creditor!. Delta mayor, I). W. Vandoveer, appeals in have gotten her from a man named All irron having claims against ChailwicL, to him without a struggle on his Suits that are to be sold, if And ready-mad-e ltnllry .V Co., Ch jdwicW .V Kdmiston, J a in en T. got her from dered IlalUngur says he , ami will yehterday's pait. If Mr. Harrison intends to ap- Chad lcl or John II. llailoy arn hereby notified milatd, and ho on, almost ad infinitum. point he could not find a better man nor to file the name, pruputly vcrilUil and proven, ai appear m thiH paper Friday. ". : : renuired br law. together witb anv writings with Mim May Aim mi, who has buuii on a so the undersigned Matter Commissioner of th- Tiikiii: Iikh not been nor will there ben one whoee advancement would gratify on or vi.Vit lo tier ittir, Mm. Lincoln, in Lou regarding of Lincoln Circuit Court, hearingbvl'ne the istofday of of evidence March, 6') when the Wc will take yours. Come and see us. such full moon in this mouth, a situation groat a number of people, cUltn w,lt be cloved inflllc, returned to (irny'n yudtenhy, e which can como hut onco in -- 0 years. politic- - or "previous condition." (i M. DAVISON, (otnpnnii'd by Mp.. Lincoln. Master Com'r I.mc .!n Circuit Court. M Tim next time Old Luna gtLs on a full it Mit, Will J. Yaiikk, un excellent MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. will h Hboul Iho time Cleveland is voting Kt'iitlomnii of IOuirfville, Ih up It is lo bo hoped, however, A Graves county youth on heimr e,aiii on impottant business, in which a thnl her democratic friends will not fol- jilted by the daughter proposed to the J l .r ONE NIGHT, iry lovely young lady iiijiiruri. A. C. SINE J. N. MENEFEE low suit. mother mid was accepted. She is 13, he r '."i John 1'oru ws thru a n from a huguy Tin: second ii!turo of tlie courho will 17. y his horse tunning away, Frid ly night, A. II. I'etrey, a widower of :17, and lie given at Walton's Opera Houe, and ws Htrioiihly cut on the head, be Alice Grillin, sweet sixteen, lilst. when Prof. Juliu DeWittMil-Is- r sides tinvinj his collar bono broken. . . .t. .. on me SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT. will oxpwtlflto on tho l't,ua of L'gli were umrrieu in Joo Mich Lii.livn Ta.n.nkk will give a Mar tm Wflhhtngton party at lior home nt new. It is rather a Mngular subject, but lSlh.HeubenJ llogue, who has's-ee3S night, and has iu- - tliti professor is said to b nhlo to gvt a McKinney dtml of fun and much wimlom out winters and neon married befoie, led ited a numiier of liur Stanford friends great Miss Martha Jaue Alford, a bluahini: Ji'IxikSaui'Lkv spont Sunday at homo of It. It will pay you to attend. maiden of .tf, to tho altar Saturday hut and returned to lUrrodidmryon tho our-lI'.ohhri). Thomas Adkius, uho c'aiinK at Mr. W. M. Houue's. train yuaterday. Hals much pleasml to be clork of tho Whitley county circuit Mrs. Lillio JJondurant Henry, menwith Mercer, both as to her bar and mh court, com plained to the Loui.sviile poINtion of whose suit for divoico was ' lice that he had been robbod of r700 in Our facilities for giving the "greatest values lor the least outlay, are made In this paper, was refused a Iiko. II. Ahhott, icpriisentingtheN money and a lot of valuable papers. becaufce divorce by the Cincinnati court, unsurpassed. .'llity Co., was hio Saturday and left vicnt to the city, then to a disrupu-Ub- k her testimony, contradicted by her husHis a circus." the town "billed like house, where he yt drunk. When band, was not corroberateil. She wa, IutroJucint; Mund naner U 'itiiisuully coftly and t tie woke up in jtil he wan minus tho however, granted l,000a year alimony. t active. imuiey and with not unoni;h recollection The ongaitoineiit is announced in New Novelties, Songs, Dances, I!. II. Jonm i eoiiiiitncing husiiii- - of his OHfapado to saddle the theft on any I'aris of Miss May McClellan, daughter Sparkling Comedy, right at I'muville. Ho bus a column and HUY THE CKLKHRATED with certainty. 15. MrClcllan, to Musical Oddities, of the late Gun. Goorco a half advertifeeiiiunt in the Mttviunger, of tho French Legation at telling the people where he ia and bow Tiik Xm Jollity Co will appear at Paul ...ii Washington. The marriage will take Walton's Opera I lousu on the 27th, in t he will sell goods. A COMPANY OF COMEDIANS. Xollio '' Mkhiih. Jas F. Wai.lk.v amihis, W. their laughable musical comedy, "A nlaci' in Paris early in March. naught. vAtifction k nmntecJ or n.onev JcfundcJ 111 , l)ail G rant's experience again goes for I) , of the Kaet Hud, aro her on buai Quick Match." The Morris, ol ptrtormaiicv of o th A discarded lover at lUltlmore in Mr. W. I). News says of the coiiiptny: Talk about time that is ill'. Itbaa the lirhtthis far from home big Iiouso been and a kooiI performance! suing tho woman who played him fake Wnllen a be broke his leg in threo places HI The second appearance of tho Noms Job for tho love letters ho vroto her during since Jjculi NaiKe jiiJ ElwubclU Nance, Ex Iitte. In mouths ago. htirs here attracted one of the finest and his idisf fill dream. Slio is about to mart..tuily. fellow and very natnrally he The petionpr hao lint Jav filed thtir petition tho cur- ry inotlier Mn. J. S. Hi.kdhjK went to Fayettu yes largest audiences that ever.-uvthe clerk's oilier ul said court ni'ulnc that terday to see his sister, Mrs. Robert l!y tain rise in Mortis. The musical come- doesn't want his productions to pass un- in Elizabeth Nance tie empowered lo ue, enjoy, srll any property he for her mond, who bus just lout her husband. dy, "A Quick Match," contained plenty der his perusal, lxivo letters aro usual- anil convey acquire,own benefit the debt or claims Olive Points, three for Si. free from may own or Mr. Kymond was a noted miller of that of fun. It is not a compiny with one ly very silly, to a third party at least, of her liuband; to mal.e contracts, sue and be sued as a single woman, trade In her own name county and lived his IKJ years in Ids little itar and a lot of wooden men and wo- and the Nallimoro tiau seems to bo ami dmtxiseof her proper either by will or ded. It is further ordered that notice ot snld action mill, which bail moro reputation than men for support, hut every member is an aware of it. be publishul in the Interior Journal, a newspaper Win. Kobinson, tho father of 11 chil- published in Stanford, Ky , lor ten dys. (liven many of greater capacity. Tho World's artist. day of dren, tlvo of whom aro married, was under my haod this nth IAMES Feb., 1893. Fair conimisbioners wanted to move the P. It.MLEV. -- Chief Train Dispatcher married in Morcer Friday to Miss Mollio I'uoMOTinvs. Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court. mill iutact to tho Chicago exposition and lias been promoted to Burnett, a damsel 'Xi years his junior. return it in good shape, but Mr. Kymond W. F. Sheridan the Fir.t Division, with he.nitiuarterH at There was great objection to tho match Will begin at refused, us ho did not wish to part with Ixniisviilo, and Mr. J. A. Mudd to tho by the children ami when tho couple his life long companion, even for a day. McK!NNr:, Ky., ollice nf chief of this division. Koth pro- eloped they pursued them, but tho old Mr. man was wily nnd having secured tho li motions are eminently deserved. CITY AND VICINITY. Sheridan has done splendid work since cense, ho arranged to havo a preacher Il.ivinr too much other Luiiness on handtoste Friday, Feb. 3. Every pair of Shoes in the house have been reduced olio bo lie came here 1( months ago and by his to meet him and the marri.igo took place Ik you want to see a s'ter ll pioperly, I will sell my Kaonte Mills at Habies' fine Kid Shoes, to 5, at 50c, worth Noes Jollities in a "Quick eeutlomauly demeanor has mado many in the woods. McKinney They have a capacity ofobairels for this Special Sale. suro to bet the will sell ol Hour per d.iy and are in good repair. friends, who are sorry that his advancechild's 5 to S at 50c; Misses' S to 12 and 12 to 2 at 75c, worth A bill is before thu Ohio Legislature for Match." down for cash, balance in iaori8 75c; ment means separation from thm. Mr. married mashers. It provides months, with interest,Lnr all ill real estate. Si and Si. 25. These goods are just from auction. Ladies' fine Shoe K TANNER, McKinnejr. posollico Mudd has been a dispatcher for 10 years to punish 100 Chkkk.moi:k is tho name of a from 75c up; Men's from S5C up; rubbers at bottom prices. 150 pair that any man led man who shall fraudujust established in Whitley, with K. K. and is 0110 of tliu most painstaking on lently represent himself to he unmarried of Men's Boots at cost. You can afford to buy these goods now and BAUGHMAN, Creekmoro postmaster. the road. These cliauuea advance Mr. and make proposals of marriage to' any lay aside for future use. Sample Shoes at wholesale prices. Now is FIRE AND STOKM 'lli-s- t or day trick," unmarried female of food character, or at once. T. A. Uicoto tho yourjtimc to buy. toTDon't fail to get one of those handsome Por Wantkii. A ood white .Mr. K. K. North to that trout 4 to l'J, repeatedly call 011 or keep company with traits before it is too late. Good homo in in small familv. Address midnight, and Mr. I M. Weslerileld to such female upon such falso pretense Representing J5ox 13"), Stanford. well nf that ho is unmarried, shall bo deemed tho .51 trick, as soon as he Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Opposite Coffey House. robbing n tho mumps. Hon IlASSKonn, amif-cdoguilty of a misdemeanor, and upon con of Manchester, of Manchester, Kng.; meat house, is njsiiln breathlm; the air Fiiiki) FitoJi tiik Oiu'kc'ii. Several viction do nneu 1101 iusa man ?iw, uui freedom. Hon. W. H. Miller, ISrotit weeks ago, at a communion service at moro than $".00, or imprisoned in tho Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Hays and Anderson Carr went his bail. tho Ilnptiet church,M)eaeon I. It, Cono county jail not less than six mouths nor Ins. Co. of North America. mmm passed the emblems to Mr. J. II. Green, more than two years, or both, at the diswould Companies. All of which aro A. n. A LVKiisoN. formerly of Huston an elder in tho I'resbytorian church, cretion of tho court. be pleased to waito my friends ill this line. i'ol. will insure asninst illustrates ictcs prompll issued, liiihtninjr. I.ijjhtninc .Dealers In. ville and Danville, caught robblnit tho who was preseut. It seems that "close which marriage A wind storms nnd without additional Chirac contribution box of the Louisville Hroad-wafidelity and man's uncertainty communion" is one of tho teneH of the woman's Hank, Stanford. Methodist church, was hebl in ioOO church here, but it lias not been strictly lias just occurred in Washington county. "'Jflice. at Fir. t National bond to tho circuit court. adhered to in tho past. Rev. John Hide, In 1S72' Robert Cumloy ami Miss Juno -A, married. Thoy wero well Wanted, four respectable the pastor,',had charges preferred against Farer wero .Notice. r rm , tl Mr. Cone for violating the rules of tho mated, and lived happily together until srhiM ' mii, to k to rbiladelphia and puddeuly left l! church and ho was cited to appear for lSSo.when the husband bo nurses In a private hospital. Must Patiently for years she await school education. Addrer-- trial. On one or two occasions tho mat his wife. Q have common 3 1 . ;i a ter was up before too cnurcli, nut no ed his return, and she finally procured a T. O. Hox.lOl, Stanford, Ky. action was taken until Saturday af- divorce, beinu restored to her maideu tlnal Plows, Any Quocnswaro, I. O. O. F. A full attendanco of tho ternoon last, at which time ho was for- name. After a separation of eight years in Farming members of Stanford Lode No. ISO is mally excluded from the church, ten tho truant returned, after wandering even-injyoting to sustain the charge and five through tho West, and has wooed and re.iuested at the meeting Tuesday vote on a change in by- against tho exclusion. Thu situation is won again his brido of years ago. They Feb. '21, to A. very unfortunate, as the church is weak wero married tho second time, ami are law :and other Important business. Sec'y. in numbers and not ahlo to ojploy n on their way to South Dakota, where (J. Sino, . sleet minister for moro than half tho tune. thoy will reside. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Aitxr turning into a Bnow andceased Mr. Cono is one of our best citizens, was ATFriday nlRht, tho falling weather clothing ami 1893. W.J. Davis, deator in and cold, a very active, zealous member of tho JcsseThompson's Barber Shop, Hnd Binco then it has been clear and one of the best informed of furniahinc uoodn. made au assignment. morning register, church Superior counci ia Literature, Mulc and the tho mercury yesterday There Unbilitios S2.500; assets unknown. The There areare three of the best Ilubers'iurun InState Full corps of Conservatory ami N'ormsl School teachers. clrcul.iri furnlthed on application. fleers connected with conatso excellent Hath Rooms nd cold wave was An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogue ing 17. A further people principally. nection. Agent tor '.extntrton Steam Laundry creditors are Danville cor. Danvillo Advocate. for last night. ly Interior Journal J , Timothy millet nt W. II. hw-iJ- Wi-nre- rwl top peed, oats and A Co.'b. ' Kor Krxt. Tht Iiouso nun lot on I M. MuIIoberts. Uppr dipt. Giiioen Mam Craiu CHURCH AFFAIRS. wri'i'i JTAKEES fl; Mj 5TP 4jtc, e, m m Rino-hear- At Almost HALF PRICE. Hai-le- m m-j- iu s hi. to-da- m GREAT FLOOD 40-inch tliree-montli- Now Pouring in On Us Lincoln Circuit Court. llail-A-Co - LADIES' AT WRAPS Il.il-luugo- r, Courier-Journal- ST0T OUR : OWN PRICE. Walton's perji Mouse, HUGHES & TATE. Proprietors of The 1 onday, Feb. 27th. Mis-i.Mar- ... bilNJl, t it t JtLJr 6l MJU.N n t t it JLJ, n The Noss "A tanford Lumber Yard y Jollities, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 1 Ad-kl- ns QUIGK MATGH," We Carry a Full Edne of Bml&ers' Supplies. lu-a- -- ile f VULCAN Chilled Plow. Circuit Court. Every One arrarited. W, H. WEAREN & CO. tlifct-clas- s ABIEJAT gmm 8AM FAVORITE MILLS, FOBSALE. The Cash Bargain Store ,, 1 1 ono-ha- J. II. . rl INSURANCE AGENTI m m gi-t- s b. f. otoetes & soar, f first-cla1 ss 1 FARRIS & HARDIN, tornn-doe- s, claus-attach- y .- s n ' Luv rr;,:, S vrsrftfLuay 1 - - "T Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, thing Wagons, and Most Implements. Stoves, r, Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday. -- January 24th, pro-dict- ed rf , - :"' .vi XmJ.'::, 11 T..t fc.Sv lifj&t-ftMiemmi'j- m M3tfa&i 5P FBwf IJaTsUl IJJfLl Semi-Week- ly Interior Journil AT SOMG OF THE MYSTIC. I walVcd down the valley of Silence, Down the dim, olceles valley lane. And heard not the fall o( the footsteps Around me, save God's and my own, And the hush of my heart is as holy As hovers where angels have flown. ubllohod Every Tuesday and Friday Sa Wha not so paid IN" j.X-rj.2iCV- Z $2.0O will be charged.Tsa Those who hae uied Dr. Kitic's New DiscovSUKGKON DENTIST. Mr, Grayncs Young man, was it you ery know its value nnd those who have, not have nsw the opportunity to try it free. Cnll on tho ad- who published tho story this morning vcrtised druggUt and get a tiinl lotlle Irre. Send Offieoover McUobclts Drug Store In the t , Ulucaco, and Owsley lluildlng. Miat 1 made n clear 50.000 in tho wheat jour nme to it L. Iltick'cn v set n trial bottle of Dr. King's New Lite Pills as Stanford. pit yesterday? well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Reporter Yes, sir. It was n clean inMruitnr free All of which Is guaranteed to do you cood and cost you nothing at A. R. Penny's I scoop too. IVhitt n Mltftiku ally Dit. All Froo .Sigrow A. S. PRICE, txTEbV' THE ADVOCATE Ciities Irs you every oihcr day u thp )ear for only $2. Ihechenpest and best paper In Kentiuky Jc gets 11 thrro months Address Tint ArK, Danville, Ky t-o Aiik - K.G. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train i.jise Rowiind at 7.00 a. m., returning 5: jo p?m. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ll tram gome North 11 " South Etpress train " South " North Local Freight Notth ........... ..... Long ago I was weary of voices Whesc music my heirt could not win; Long ago I was weary of noises That fretted my soul with their din; Long ago 1 was weary of places Where I met but the human and sin. walked through the world with the worldly, I craved what the wor.d never gave And I said In the world each Ideal That shines like a star on life's wave Is t .ned on the shore of the real, And sleeps like a dream in a grave. I ....5j:rtr South.. The lattertrains also carry passengers. The above Is calculated on standard time. .. 5' Pn' to am ...7 Solar u 37 rra ujpm it Upon receipt of your oddicss and 13 cents In ninn! It was only ",000, nnd when ill mall jou our Souvenir puMnc stamps we went homo this afternoon I found that Portfolio of tho World's Columbian 1'xposition price as we my wife had soon the item nnd had spent The regular make ithe50c, but nominal. want you to You will price have oni wo tiio tiny buying laces ana jewelry on a fird it work of Art and n thine to be nrlred. It the great building, contains full page $50,000 basis! Chicago Tribune with descrlplicnsof same and lseecuted In the highest stleol art If not satisfied with it alter you vet tt we will refund the 'tamps and let you A Local Application. keep tho book Address II. I., lluiklen Co , Chicago, III. 1 11 Hr. Gniynca (with n groan) Clean scoop is tho right name for it, young drugstore Soo 3Tor Salo tho World's Fair for IB Conts Few More Builcllni; In the corporate limits of 11 FOB EtEXTT. I-o- ts Houbo and 0 or 8 Acres of Land. I wilt rent privately my House ml Lot near Stanford on the Danvtll like Possession civen March ist. MRS FANKIK IH'NN, lOO-- lf Stanlord, Ky. Rowland. Rowland. J, DARST. vsof MVEIXS HOUSE TO TH23 LADIES. I i at ii about Train pa Sojth-bouuIllue-Grad ss minum fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. 10 And still I plntd for the perfect, And still found the false with the true, I sought 'mid the human for Heaven, Hut caught a mere glimpse of its blue; And I wijpt wheu the clouds of the mortal Veiled even that glimpse from my view. of the human, And I toiled on, heart-tire- d And moned 'mid the masses of men, Till I knelt long ngo at an altar And heard a oico call me since then I walked down the valley of Silence That lies far beyond human ken. I found In the alley! place with the Divine; And l fell at the feet of the Holy, And about me a voice said, "Ho mine!" And there rose fr6m the depth ol my spirit An echo, "My heart shall be thine" Did a illl,"Ht ft w Junction City as follow: No. i. Limited, 11 :as P- - nt.; No. Special, arrive 8.40 p, m. No. 5, , a. m ; No 7, Fast Mail, arQ. fi: C. S racial, rives ia:o p. in , leaves a:oj p. m. North bound No. a, Q A' C. Special, 3:30 p. m. No. 4 lenyci at 6 a. in.; No 6, Limited, 3:15 a m; 2o. 8, Express, nrrives ia:oi p m., leaves 1:1$ p- - :; n Myers House, hacking cough which I thought I would never get rid of. I had used Chamberlain's Cough fourteen years ago with much success A New Lot of Horses, and ciincludid to try it again When had got Buggies, Wagons, through with one bottle my cough had left me ard 1 have not suffered with a cough or cold since I have recommended it to othe-- s nnd all speak nil lOuimet's Supplies and Is belter than ever well of it " joe bottles for sale by W. II McRoli .supply the public with prepaici Druggist, Mantord, Ky. erts, Kerne-dyixui- ie 1 Mil. I.l.lN'LKv ever handlisl in Sianl.inl. arlii Mr. Albert l'avorlte, of Arkansas C'itv, Kansas, eu wiin an especial siew 10 the wants of this wishes to give nur readers the benefit of his cxperi trade Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an ene euce with colds. llesa)a "I contracted cold rienceu trimmer, is with me this season and I . W. GREEN, Prop. early last spring that settled on my lungs and cuarantee cvemhinx to bo In the lalni imliuiu had hardly rccosercd Irom It when I caught an approved tashlon 'I he ladles are Intllcd tocall other that hang on all summer and left me with a Thu stable, which Is nin n coneectlon with the and esimlne my goods, which 1 will take pleat-tir- e lias been supplied with 11 LITTERX ST AB3CE an receiving one of the most elegant lines ot in showing. Carriages, 61 MISS LICCIK UKAZLF.V. FinsT-CLAs- s 'lis my ti) sling jou ask what Mr. C. K.Dayls, editor of the Uloomficld Iowa, Farmer, ays: ' I can leeommend Chamlierlaln's Cough to suffeicrs with colds and Angelica Bellevtio And do you look croup. Remedy ueUall in my lamily for the past 1 have 11 so much like your brother? too years and have found It the bet I ever used fer the purposes Augustus Bellctler Dromio of Epho hottlis for ale byInr which It Is Intended." 30c V. II. McRoberts, Drugfist, sus looked not more like Dromio of Syr- Stanlerd, Ky. nias of all. kinds. Personal and prompt attention given to Weddings Parties and llurlals P W. GRKKN, Proprietor. AL. IIUKNS. Manager Do you ask how I live in the valley? I weep and I dtoam and I pray; liut my tears are as sw ect as the rain-drsThat full on the roses in May; ud my prayer, l.ke perfume trom censor acuse. Angelica Bollevue I bog your pardon, what is tho name of your friend in Syracuse? I liavo a cousin in Syracuse. Urooklyu Lifo. It Uelimgeil l III111. There a an immenao seiistttion created nt t! M stution the othor tiny, -- 1TOTIC3S3. ami persanal I offer at private sale all of he property now u rule r my lulitioi, censisiing el ROWLAND, KY DEALER IN CROCERIES, HARDWARE, IUmiIs and Shoes, Cigar and Tobacco. Ohi ItlverSalt for sale by the battel. Will take country produce tn eschange for goods at market price I am also agent lor the old rehab'e llrudhead ar.d will keep a full line of theses goods In stock, and all I ask of the merchants ol Manfoid and Rowland Is tn give mt their orders and I will put tho goods In their houses at Factory prices Thanking the public fur liberal patronage, 1 ask a coutinuonce of same and remain your ubsdlent servant. ) II lilt ION, 5; ivr J". HZ-HIILTonsr Asccndeth to God night and day. When ltntiy was Me, wo gave Castortn. Whew sh wk a CUM, Ho oriod for Oitwi. Wben tb lnisn 3w, lio oiunq te Qmnrlt. rbcti kliAlitsat CkrUrati,etc giotsit OsWiifa. lr well Mtloeled Stock of General Irlercliandisc, lu say shm . C. D. fow-jsilIHIAtKK IN ro to the lowa el Crab OreJsard, y also the tws-tsr- General -:- - SIcrcliaiuHse, rJy lo lie is in' s'-u1 JIbsoIaiely 'm. rawu.r' 3SmSjbJ ate m In the hush ef the valley of Silence 1 dream aH the songs that I sing Atttl the music floats down the dim vultey Till each rinds a word for a wing That to men, like the doves of the deluge The menage of peace they may bring. Dm furon the top there are billows lliMiiour shall break 00 the boaeh. And never heard sounds in the silence That estr shall float Into speech, And I have lieu d dreams in tho Mtllcy Too lofty ftr languago to reach And I have seen thoughts in the valley Ah, me! how my spirit was stiried ; And they had holy veils on their face Their footsteps can scarcely be heard ; They pass through the valley like virgins, Too pure for the touch 01" tho world. Do you ask me the place of the valley f Ye hearts that are sorrowed by care It Ueth afar, between mountains, And God and His angels are there; And one is the dark mount of sorrow, Pure jiml pursy old gsniUeinau trot short, ted up to him nnd exclttiinml: "Wait a minute, will you, pletuo, while just pranon 10 iiiesnircingoi tiio alter- noon oxpres for Paria. Tlw insiectoi n noom 10 sunn mo train, wnon n Hrick Store-- I louse OucRlln's Arnlcft Salvo. 1 1 Occupy and the Farm The beat S4iv la trie world tor cms, bruises Wits, nscers, vtlt rhouui, ftvr sates, tetter, ckas ped hands, chllUains, ciras and all skin crop lions sad positively cures, piles, or no py required. It it gnaianieed to s;ivv perfect satisfaction I'nm aj cents per bos. or mosey refunded R. Tennv, Suntord, Kv. He.r l hf Upon wWth now f isU, Vswswb a thaGrahans klsre, abtwt M sssUe Irotii Crab Onhsrd oss tk LancasKi and Cib t ircWird lisr.k.. cMlmsitat. abaat 100 acras, Tssss Is all stadrubla preaetty I'oswmsoo givan and will be sold at a barsraiH agatiist lllloiatelT. All irwsss I bave Usb immedihereby notified that tbay asast saake are J.H HAlLRY.Mgr. ate settlement. Crab Orchard, Ky. ,5.,m ft Aad Caunlry Pradace. Has apaaad bis stock of gssssds and is setfva ska paetstaat Stanford aad vi. mil, (, II o4Tarin ushaard rf Harialus aad food goods at taw lowest pOMthla n c cail mm bias an Logan Avanua 1 leavening dcr. Hifjest of nil Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. EOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 A cream of tarter baking pow-i- n Wall St., Now York. New Crusher and Bolting Cloth. that jM ill a Corn Crusher, one will grind cob and ail and at the tame time any other kind of grain nnd mix it to suit .rind my one. and also put in a new riour Honing "Cloth, I am prepared to mate you some good litirr Flour; and am putting in a Meal alloli, will have it ready in a tele or so. 961m J.H. 11RIGHT. Havtn; added to my the Trniililp. Sho had refused him. The dull stare, tho nshen lip, the trembling hand of tho man who roe slowly and brushed tho dust from his Hi knees told the whole fctory. "I perceive" ' ' There was a tinge of pity in hur voice. "that the unoxpocted exigencies of tho occasion have robbed you of your usual facility" Her manner had an nnmistakablo kind- Is the strongest, safest and most liness abont it. "in articulation. I therefore ex- prosperous institution of the kind cuse you from saying, as is usual on Mich doing business in the State. occasions, that 3 our heart" Sho looked cry sweet in her yellow silk wnist and blr.de skirt. John II. Leathers, President, "is dead and colli. That you can never lovo again; that you liavo met ami TBOWPBagsnT--r.rJohn IV Pirtle, V. President, lost your only ideal; that death were thrico welcome. We" A. G. Langham, Sec. & Treas., Sho beamed graciously. "will consider it understood. You Teacher Why did Jesus select Simon C M. Phillips, Gen'l Manager. loft your hat in tho hull. No, this is tho Peter and Andrew, his brother, to 'AFeatf 9 btreetdoor. Goodby." apostles? It was tho end. A very dazed man Fct the ppinleit extraction of teeth and other Hobby Because they were so honest. ciicor surrerr. iJiave teieu us virtue Hunicie... btood on the sidewalk. Far nway a dog , . d.:s. y w Know How did Ho know they barked 'IVacher i. .uuuuftti at tho moon and a tramp nestled BOARD AX were honebt? AHI MORELAND, closer to a haystack, but otherwiso tho Bobby Because the first time He met world was silent. Detroit Tribune. Dealer in the above them they owned up that they hinl been for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Orders Arlllll'lllg Det. Col. T. P. Hill, President, Solicited Slock Cattle and Sheep a specialty fishing all night and hadn't caught any-- , Nineteen, good Ewos an aUo one thoroughbred Persons having any of the above described stoik fat Traveler Wo aro bnre to have fine southdaw-- Ruck; one 1.500 paimd thing. for sale or wtshina, tu purchase same, mil do well E. C. Walton, V. President, Stcssr; 7 yearling Mare Mules, good weather tomorrow. to call on or address me. An experience of fifteen d good Mules. years tu this business ha been of profit mine and A. C. Sink, Sec. & Treas., "They are going to he married V Why' Landlord I bet it will rain. D M.CREIGHTON.. a I think I can make t profitable both lo the buyer U , Lincoln county, Ky. Kn'i Traveler Very good. What will you I didn't know they were engaged." P. O. address btsnford, Ky. 100 II. Hklm, J. S. Rick, Agents. and siller the Myers House. Office at "Well, you see there are so many en- bet? Landlord A bottle of wino if you gagements broken nowadayys that they SALE. 1FAUM thought they wouldn't get engaged, just like. Travoler What sort? I will sell pnvatelyuiy rrinut 50 Acres on the simply married." Landlord A bottlo of my Grunobor-gor-. Danville & Stanford pine, three wiles Iroai Stanford. It is well inputted, with dwelling of five Bayes has failed nhemiuably and all necessary outbuildings; "Greene room, new barn Traveler All right, tho loser to drink also has find spring. Call on me 011 the prctnltus in the law. Wonder what he'll do now ?' it. Fremdenblatt. or address me at Stanford, Ky KUGENE KELLKY. Ca "Oh, he's all right! He has influences Wc now have enough to get on the bench. Puck. A renin moilu ting. wii Husband After today I'm going to t Perteiz Irnchzizhowsklowski is a try a new plan with you. Every timo LiUlVlDClA.SAW MILL on the Somerset pike, eight miles from Stanford, and will have je you get a new dress it must bo under 70,000 feet of good Oak and Poplar Lumber for San Francisco cabinet maker, and safe. I will sell at the most reasonable rates and Ztnnchzizkomskekowlowski is a btood that I can invito my friends hero all who want Lumber to give me a call. invite Buffalo boiler maker. to a littlo poker party and a merry time jACOll HAKPLIUKR, Ottenhesni. Of Oliver Chilled Plows, Uucher & Giobs' Imperial Plows in steel and generally. Some men tire themselves almost to Wife (sweetly) You can have them chilled and Malta Double Shovels. Falls Branch Jellico CoalJGo., death looking for an easy place. Ham's every night, dear, if you want to. Horn. m m Truth. Minersand shippers of the GENUINE Like a Thief in the Night, A slight cold with your Comes consumption. Just Ills I.urk. system in the scrofulous condition that's caused Crab Orchard, Ky. "I hear Simpson had a streak of bad impure blood, is enough to fasten it upon you. bv Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford !and That's the tune when neglect and delay are lull of luek ami has been losing money." Rowland. Ollice corner ot Depot street and rail You danger. Consumption is "Did he lose much?" road crossing. can prevent it, and you can cure it, If you havn't brtTPil cite-tha- Fknsion Fiiacdh. It Is n grogs outrncc ttiHt men who foulit lutrd ia the sutler's I will open on January ith, 1893 a tent nuil liltd bullocks in the army JDairv. from which I can supply any quantity ot train abouhl lie placed on the pension milk to tho people of Stanford and Jersey at the following prices, delis ered : list becauso of a suddenly diHcovered Fresh Milk, per gallon to cents stiiTnees in their joint or a constitutional gallon Skimmed Milk, ......10 cents weakness due to 3 cars of indulgence in 8 cents Sutter Mill;, per gallon Worst of all I will mate two trips dally. The patronage ol the fiery and impure whisky. G. A. PKY ION, public is solicited. is the "cumulative" disability, insula up yr. Stanford, Ky. of sufleritig from corn?, chilblains, weak stomach, bad throat, Notice to the Traveling Public. toothache, rush of blood to the head, or . .. .1 have had, t may procure a pension anything for a voter of th right denomSHJBL-TOHOUSE ination. It is as greut an outrage to At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and plac? the names of these fraudulent nnd have in conrection with Hotel one of tho best saloon In tho State, open day and night; anight rascally pensioners on the same list with tjan meets all trains. In connection with liousr have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Matt thosa who fought and bled in the late tand for reference to water, call on Mr. and Airs war and can show an honorablo Fir for G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Hoyd Ingram, Erin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. ever dollar they draw from the Federal D. E. Proctor, C. II. Braum, Mr. and .Mrs. T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr and Mn. F. II. Johnson, Treasury. It is n worse outragu that Nrw Haven, lim Cox, Grecnsburg. Rates $a per some of these peunionerH, to call them day. J. M. f'etrey, clerk. Give me a ci'.l 9S0iy J. W. CARRIER, Prop, by there best title, diawtbigger pensions than Borne honorable soldiers who were shot in the most ghastly manner nnd JDR W B. suiTered from their wounds until they Iftciitisi. died, some of them twenty or twenty-livyears after the close of the war. Harris Main street, in office recta Office SaulH side vacated by Dr. L. V. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. bur 1 Patriot. First-Class Row-Qan- T3A.IR.1T. r And one the bright mountain of prayer Hy Father Ryan the I'oet Priest. (I'nnted In loving memory if a devoted and true wife, from her own selections.) d "Imiiossihlc, sir!" iutorruptetl the official, imtting tho whistle to his lip. "The train is ovuniue now." THOMAS YKAER. "But you must wait!' rriotl tho old JAMKS YKAGKK. gentlemnn excitedly. "There is a mau' Y&AGEK & YEAGEK, leg underneath tho wheel." "Good gracious! Who didn't you tny stable Liwn, so nt first? Where is he?" inquired the horror stricken inspector. "Hold on STANFORD, KY. thero!" And having stopped the train he hurWe are In our new staMe in the Opera House ried after tho old gentleman, while a Block and are well supplied with couplo of porters jumped down on the NEW RIGS AND HORSES hue, amid the excitement of a number of spectators. After a short search one Hasobecn purchased and nothing but of the porters handed up a rush basket turnouts will lease the stable. containing a largo nnd fino looking leg of mutton. "Thank yon!'' said tho old gentloman, 37 and seizing the basket ho entered a fint class smoking carriage. "What do you mean, sir?" roared the THE NATIONAL exasimrated insiioctor. "You said" "I said a man's leg was under the wheel, nnd so it was," interrupted the old gentleman. "I bought this leg and paid for it, and if it isn't initio I should like to know who it Iwloiigs to, that's all." Then tho train moved on. Figaro. r w. c. s:x7TCB:i2sras, rHormr.ro N. Uvery ami aeecl Stable, hlANFORD, KKN IX'CKV. HavlMc partbasail of A his liv ery bistitieM I can N loaad at nucU stand rra ly In wait on the puUU it aay tsasa day or n ghl Nblhing but FIRST-CLASS mm m D l.& JU i. tv ikivrYry jLxijn&.r tC: 't.Saaaly THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of : TURNOUTS v-- shall leave my stable ard my prices will be as low as lb. lo est. Dan'l fsrget my Stanford and Ks.wiod bus line first-cla- is Watches, Clocks fSTAO.;H. ..PkACriCAL .. T r CLASKt Give tliciu a Call. STRi5LTJB & CO., Plumbers and Jewelry renifully solicited Steam Fitters. And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All goods sold Dealers In all kinds nf Iron and llrais Uoodi for steam and water Sanitary (5kIs f all kinds. All work guaranteed against, defective material ami wisrkmansliip j; Building & Loan ASSOCIATION, Farmers Rank&Trust or stankord,:kv Is new lully , Co engrav.l treouf iharge 91-- 1 oerYourpatronacc Paid up Surplus, orgsnucd and ready lor business witi Capital of - - $200,000. . 'JL 000. THE life-lon- g ' SLCCKSSOIt to TH K LINCOLN NATIONAL UA.SK OK STANIORD, Nut closing up) with th ssaia assets and undst ike same manarmeat. Hy provisions af Itsfhiiler, depositors arc at fully protected as aia dcpasllots in National Hanks, Its shareholders being held Individually liable to the extent al the ssaautit of then stock therein at tne pr value thereof, in addition to th v m out invtstt.1 in suih shares. It may act as eiecutor, aomimsUatur, trustee, Ac, as fully as in individual those wbo entrusted their baisiness to us while iiinicing Ike l.incasin National Hank ol Stanford, here tender our many thanks and trust iney will continue to transact their business with us, offer lag as a guarantee far prompt attention to same, our twenty years eiperiencc ia t banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. OF X,OXTISVX3CX.E. IVb7 .v- -. 1 ; " lo ii PENEZ e t 1- tllKICTOKS. - 'DBITTO." 1 STANFORD. FOB SAXiE. 1 WILLI m .xT '! J Williams, Alt. Vernon; J. M Hall, Stanlerd; J. S, Owsley, btanfurd; S J, Kmbry, Staulord; J. K. L)nn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mitledgcville; J. K. Cash, Stanford; Willisra Gooch, Stanlord, Ky S. II. Shanks, Presideut. J It Owsler, Cashier W. M llrlirhl, Tiller 11 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP STANFORD, KV a corn-le- d, col-ra- ts Capital Stock-Surplu- s S200,000 20,500 FOR PIL0)W8o FILOWS nifrnnn 1 l'er-ter- A COMPLETE LINE Wo Ho FlEMIKINBg Dealer In- - 8a-i- m Orljfinal Jellico Coal. 6 a. HIGOINS A WATTS. THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., waited too long, with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. That is the most potent strength-restorand that's known to science For every disease that has to be reached through the blood, lor scrofula in all its forms, consumption, weak lungs, rroncMtis, asthma and all severe, lingering coughs, it is the only guaranteed remed?. Is it doesn't benefit or cure, you have jour money back. J . a ,.i3J blood-cleanser fleah-build- "How did it happen?" "He fell down a coal hole that was left uncovered and wasn't hurt." Detroit Free Press. "About 10,000." JOSEPHJCOFEEY, Pror. 4Thii Hotel, renovated anl refurnished, is now in my charge and I intend t conduct it so as to aot only maintain its high rjputation, but to add to its long lilt ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial trave ers and tine rooms.for the dlsploy of samples. N f Joseph V. Dory, ol Warsaw, HI,, was trcubled witr. rneinatism and tried a number of different remedies, but says none of them seemed to do him any good but finally he got hold of one that speedily cured lum. He was much pleased with it and felt sure that others similarly afflicted would like fictlrtMll to know what tho remedy was that cured him. He stalef for the benefit of the public that it is Asid BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached called Chamberlain's Pain Halm For sale by W. II. McUoberts. Drurglst, Stanford, Ky. JOSEPH COFFEY. 37.1l A Mntter ufTssstr). Mrs. B. I considor Mr. Jonson a vory Ths proprietors of Dr. sage's Catarrh Remedy know that their medicine perfectly and permanico fellow. nently cures catarrh To prove it to you, they Mrs. A. I don't. Why, bo's not a bit mike this offer: It tvey can't cure your catarrh, no matter what your case is, they'll pay you Ijoo like men who come to see me. in cash. s s s Mrs. B. Well, that is nothing against ZIILVEIVIIEIR, Faney Gfoeeries, Fruits And fi. &dtt-&dM!teMk- ""Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this Is the only National Hank In Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors arc secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor ao amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of $oo,ouo five sworn statements of thncondllion of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and its assets are esarained at stated times oy government agents, thus securing addituooa and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in iSjS, then lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in isVS and First National Hank ol attain Stanlord in iS3i, has had practically an uninterrupted esistencrofst years, It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully sobered. The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Forestus Ktid, Lincoln county; J, W. llayden, Stanford; S II. liaughman, Lincoln, M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. llockcr. Stanford; O, A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W.O.Welch, Stanford; W .P.Tate, Stanlord. I. S. Hooker, President; John J, McRoberts, Cashier; A A. McKinncy, Assistant Cashier. OmtKKS. him. Vogue. Obeyed. ITIratilaaa ' --Truth. He told mo to go to tho devil. And what did you do? Clerk I carao right back to you, sir. Clerk Boss Confectioneries. : sie" 'lft a K.L1UI. ?3KSe3KvuC38aC (iTl Baker's Bread Always on Hand , Wulurnuil sparki iu mid Vocal liistiumeutMl er piot.o, ail vutl vn up liithoniost uleuHiuiiiau-ftiiu- r. IncliMini: lour Inruo also vis: riuuiiciimtiiopinldidaucor; ortrai. -- ). Pitdvrcivskl C C.i'urei u tpljnl'li A'K'llu I'attl, and Mrs. , , I). ll'iiin jiult, tbn iMipnlHr beaut r, NIUV YORK MUSICAL llroaUrrar Thcutru lluildlng. N, V, VlOiXfc3M06CftMffiCafOa Dear, nviuiuu caiiin. nu I'liK", iuii sue, pop- lUllllt, SII'Ol .Ull,'ll llllt IlltO't.tllllSt "'"',l of hnil' iniislo for forty) 1M 3iVti " taUWtitW v;A'iJ-ft'W"-J- " .Jaw-- u . ?5?" m " y& iWi-- 1 wT- ji( - ii n i, nr Br5?,?fW?!J'5Wf!!pPi t L Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT SOfsG OF THE MYSTIC. I walked down the valley of Silence, Down the dim, voiceless valley alone. And heard net the fall of the footsteps Around me, save God's and my own. And the hush or my heart is its holy As hovers where angels ha Mown. m weary of voices Whrse music my heirt could not win ; ubllshod Every Tuosdny and Friday j?U PKllYEAn Whco not jopaiJ TN" ADArANCK will be charged.Tsn $2.00 Those who have used Dr. King's New DiscovSURGHON DENTIST. not Mr. Groynes Young man, was it you ery know iu value and those who have on iiave adnow the opportunity to try it free. Call who published tho story this morning vertised druggist and get t liiii lottle dee. tho Send Omceover McRobclts Drug Store In the tew fiiat 1 intule 11 clear iJoO.OCO in tho wheat your mine to il K. lluck'en A: Co , Chicago, and Owsley llulldlng. a trial bottle of Dr. King's New Llle Pills as net stanfard pit yesterdny? i ell as a copy 01 iituue to ami iiousciioni Reporter Yes, sir. It was n clean instructor free All of which Is guaranteed lo do you good and tost you nothiiig at A. K Penny s I scoop too. iie-ait- "IVlint n Mistake .llty Do. All Froo A. vS. PRICE, TUB ADVOCATE Cemes tn you cvety other day In the jcar lor only $a Ihethrnprst and best paper in Kentiuky V- Sets it thrcn monihs Address 'lim Aiaoiatk, Danville, Ky I! Lonjragr I K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train ibises Rowland at 7.00 a. m., returning j:jo P?m. j;o t was weary of noises That fretted my soul with their din; Long ago t was weary of places Where I met but the human and sin. Ini2 t L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ll tram going North " South Express train " South " " North " Local Freight North- Tha 4 .......... . .. I 37 113 51 11 - .. South. tatter train also carry passengers. .710 SJcptn Solar ijam am pm Pn' po walked through the wotld with the worldly, craved what the wor.d never gave And I said - In the world each Ideal That shines like a star en life's wave 1st ned on the shore of the real, And sleeps like a dream in a grave. 1 1 Mr. Gr.iynca (with a groan) Clean scoop is tho right name for it, young man! It was only $.",000, and when went homo this afternoon I found that my wife had booh tho item and had spent mo my buying laces and jewelry on 0 $50,000 basis! Chicngo Tribune 1 A Local Application. j j Fair for 16 Conta Upon receipt of your nddicss and 15 cents In ill mall jnu our Souvenir pustiipe stamps ue Portfolio of tho World's Columbian Exposition The regulsr ptlcois 50c, but as we want you to You will have oni wo make the price nominal fird it a otkof Art mid a thing to be prircd. It contains full page lesol the K'reat buildings, Kith description of same and Is executed In the highest t)leol art If not satisfied with it after you vet It we will refund the stamps and let you keep tho book. Address II II. llucklen ,V Co , Chicago, IM. drugstore Soo tho World's For Salo Few More Hirildlnjr IotH In the corporate limits of F021 3?tBlTT. Houso and 0 or 8 Acres of Land. I will rent tivately my House and I ot near Stanford o it the D anvllit pile I'otsrsslon given March ist. MRS KANNIK DINN, ioo-- tf Stanford, Ky. Rowland. II. I. DARST. Rowland. MYERS HOUSE TO THE LADIES. I am receiving nno of the most elegant lines ol MILLL1NLRY ever handled in Stanford, select ed with an etecial view to the wants of thu trade Miss .Norn Welch, of Cincinnati, an eipe rlenced trimmer, Is with me this ssason and guarantee everything to bo In the latest and most approved tashlou 'Die ladies are hulled to call and estmlne my goods, which will take pleasure in showing, 61 MISS LICCIK IIRAZI.EY. 1 1 ? l. The above Is calculated on standard time. ml is about 10 minutes fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. ' Trains pass Junction City as follows: No, 1, Limited, 11:15 p. m.; No. Special, arrives 8.40 p, m. No. 5, , Q. & C. Special, 11: ; a. m ; No 7, Fast Mail, arp. m , leaves 2:03 p. m. rives North-bounNo. a, Q A: C. Special, 3:10 p. m. No. 4 leaves at 6 a. 111.; No 6, Limited, 3:15 a rnj So, 8, Express, arrives 11:01 p m., leaves 1:15 Snath-bounRlue-Gr.d is And still I plntd for the perfect, And still found the false with the true, I sought 'mid the human for Heaven, Hut caught mere glimpse of its blue; And 1 wopt whtu the clouds of the mortal Veiled even that glimpse from my lew. 11 i: d of the human, And I toiled on, heart-tire- d And motied 'mid the masses of men, Till 1 knelt Ions nG at an altar And heard a oico call roe since then I walked down the valley of Sileucc That lies far beyond human ken. Did ou ask what I found In the alley! my trjstlng place with the Dislne; And 1 fell at the feet of the Holy, And about me aolcc said, "Ho mine!" And there rose from the depth ol my spitit An echo, "My heart shall be thine" Mr. Albert Favorite, of Arkansas C'itv, Knnsas, uishestogiveour the benefit of his cxpeil ence with colds. lie a)s "I contracted u cold V. early last spring that settled on my lunijs and had hardly recovered Irom It when I caught an otherthat hang on nil summer and left me with a This stable, which Is run n connection with the n Myers House, lias been supplied with hacking cough which I thought I would never get rid of. 1 had used Chamberlain's Coutth Remedy some fourteen tears ago with much success A New Lot of Horses, had got and concluded to try It again When Buggies, through with one bottle my cough had left me ard 1 have not suffered a cough or cold since with I have recommended it to others and alt speak i,u.imer's Supplies and Is better thau ever nil well of it " 50c bottles for sale by W II Mc Rob supply the public wun prepaiei erts, Druggist, Mantord, Ky. fclVERX ST &B3CE P. CREEN. Pron. well-know- 1 Carriages, Wagons, cr. KinST-CIiAS- S , "lis Do you ask how I live in the valley t 1 weep uud I dieam and 1 pray; Hut my tears are us sweet a, tho rain-drwThat full on the roses In May ; And my pra r, I ke perfume Irom censor Asccndeth to God night and day. acuse. Angelica Bellevuo I lcg your pardon, what is tho name of your friend in Syracuse? I havo a cousin in Syracuso. Urooklyu Lifo. Mr. C. F.Dayls, editor of the Illoomfleld Iowa, Farmer, savs: ' I can recommend Chaml)erlaln'K Cough to all sufferers with colds and Angelica Bellevuo And do vou look croup Remedy used 11 in my lamily for the past have so much like your brother? two years and havo found It the best I ever used It Is Intended." 50c fer the purposes Augustus Uelletter Dromio of Ephe-su- s hottlis for sleby lor whichMcRoberts, Drugs 1st, W. II, looked not more like Dromio of Syr- Stanlerd, Ky. 1 UIG3 OF ALL KINDS. Personal and prompt attention given to Weddings Parties aud llurlals ! W. GRKEN, Proprietor. AL. IIUKNS, Manager ITOTICE. offer at private sale alt or 'lie el anil personal property now under my eouliol, consisting: of a well select d I ROWLAND. K.V., HARDWARE, DEALER IN CROCERIES, Uots and Shoes, Cigars and Tobacco. Ohl ItlverSalt for sale by the barrel. Will take emiu-tr- y prinliicc in cscbange for geaids at market price I am also agent lor I lie old reliable Ilrodhead Tobaccos and will keep a full line of these goods In stocl, and all 1 ask of the nierchautsol Stanford and Rowland is to give me their orders and will put tho goods In their houses at Knitnry nrn es I hanking the public fur liberal patronage, 1 ask a eoutlnuonee of same and rcm.in your obedient r servant. J II HILTON, 1 hi. HiiXjTonsr M Wb llssby wo slefc, wr kvv ssssV Absolutely kXltSfSV J iaUJ&t' In the hush of the vnltey of Sllonco 1 dream all the songs that 1 ulng AbU the music Hoaw down thettim vullsy Till each finds a word for a wing That to men, like the doves of tha deluge The menage of peaco they may brteg. Hut far on the top there art billows Ihainescr shall break 00 the beach. And ne cr heard sounds in the silence That estr shall oat into speech, And I hase hea d dreams iu the atley Too lolty fcr language to reach 11 Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Higcst of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. EOYAL BAKING POWDER 00 100 And I have seen thoughts tn the valley Ah, mcl how my splnt was stiried ; Wall St., Now York New Crusher and Bolting Cloth. that Having added to my .Mill a Corn Crusher, one ill grind cob and nil and at the name time riud any other kiud of strain and mix it to suit my one, and also put in a new Hour Halting Cloth, .am prepared to make you some good lliirr Flour; and am putting in a Meal Soli, will have it ready in a week or so. ofi im J.lI.HrllGHT. And they had holy veils on their faces Their footsteps can scarcely be heard ; They pass through ths valley like virgins, Too pure for thu touch of the world. Do you nsk mc the place of the valley? Ve hearts that are norroned by care :d.a.i:r,"2". First-Class , It lieth afar, between mountains, And God and His angels are there; And one is the dark mount of sorrow, And one the bright mountain of prayer Dy Father Ryan the l'oet Priest. (Printed In loving memory of n devoted and true wife, from her own selections,) Pk.vsio.v Fkacds. It is a gross outraRC tliHt niHn who fought hard iu the sutler's tent and bit d bullocks in the army train should be placed on the pension list because of a suddenly discovered gram, Erin, Tenn , A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr D. ETProctor, C. II. llraum, Mr und Mrs. T. V. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr and Mrs. F. II. Johnson, New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburi; Rates Ji per day. J. M. Petrcy, clerk. Give me a call. oSoiy I. W. CARRIER, Prop. of suffering from corne, chilblains, cos fTeil tlm Trouble. tiveiicPF, weak stomach, bad throat, Sho had refused him. Notice to the Traveling Public. toothache, rush of blood to the head, or The dull stare, tho ashen lip, the . . .1 have had. ... may procure a pension trembling hand of tho man who lose anything else-tha- t g for a voter of th right denom- slowly and brushed tho dust from his ination. It is as great an outrage to knees told the whole story. At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and "I iwrceivo" have in connection with Hotel one of tho best sa plac the names of tlu'ee fraudulent and There was 11 tinge of pity in her voice. in tho State, open day and night; a night rascally ponsioucrs on the same list with loons man meets all trains. In connection with ilousr "that the unexpected exigencies of have also one of the bct Mineral wells in the Mate those who fouuht and bled in tho late tho occasion have robbed you of your and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Hoyd In- war and can show an honornblo Feat for usual facility" I will open on January t4th, 1893 a tDairy Ironi which I can supply any quantity ot .Jersey milk to the people of blanlord and Rowland at the following prices, delivered: Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cents stiffness iu their joints or a constitutional Skimmed Milk, p?r gallon to cents weakness due to years of indulgence in 8 cents gallon Gutter Milk, per Worst of all I will make two trips dally The patronage oi the fiery and impure whisky. G. A. PKVl'ON. public is "elicited. is the "cumulative" disability, made up 1 yr. Stanford, Ky. 91-- roni It ltrloilKiMl to Itlm. nicrcImiuH.se, ateu the pvtton There was an immense roisation creAmi Cesstitry Pivdece. ated at !" M station tho otlior day, I Occupy and Hasepeaed Hrick Store-Houskssstetk of (vmIs m4 is usly .i just proviow to the starting of tho nf n serve the people svl Stanford ed i mil. He is the Farm n ottering uah.ard of Hartalns and .11 l. oxpress for Paris. TImj inspector (and loitds at Ism lowest poiMe n. i si" jiI w8 about to start llto train, vrlion n Asetiue Upon which I now rwlsla, Vsewo as lh Graham call tw sum on Ouoklln'a Arnloa Sulvo. aMsut M mile irm . fhort, fut and pursy old goutleinttu trot-tet- l The host silve la the world tor cms, unm'i .aneatterlsMTCrabttTclsard turnpik., oousaini salt rhnui, fer sores, letter, clipui to him and e.xdaiinod: all s)raMe proswir Thss bottt ion acre. erup alt ped chilblains, corns TCH-ISTCS- , "WaJtuimnuto, will you, pleno, while tionshands,positively ci res piles,sod tie skin requir- and will b said M a barspiin Possession givon "W. pay or and rvoss. I have claims aliwt perle t salislactioc immediately. All I" ed. It is J5u'ar"c,!' to K1V notified that thy must snskr immediaro heieby l'nj .ents per bos. ate settlement. raorHiEtoa "Impossible, sir!" iittorruptotl the ofR- - or money refunded J It llAILKV.Mgr.. R Penny, Manlnrd, Kv Pnr le hy Crab Orchard, Ky 9 cial. putting the whistle to his lip. "The xmcS tram is overdue now." TIIOM A VKAGER. JAMKS VKAOl.R. .STANTORD, KKNTfCKV. "But you must wait!" cried tho old gcntloinnn excitedly. "There is a man's YEAGEK & VEAGEK, leg underneath tho wheel." Hsving perchasesl of A T. N'enly Ins lir ery ba.itse I can rn losied at htseld stand tea ly "Good gracious! "Who didn't you wty UVEBT. SALE STABLE lo wait en the public st say iIssh) day or Uight so nt first? Where is he?" inquired the Nothing bet horror stricken inspector. "Hold on STANFORD, KY. FIRST-CLAS: TURNOUTS there!" And having stopped tho train he hurArticles to Suit the Most Fastidi- shall lease my stable and my prices will he as We are In our new stable in the Otera House low a the lo est ried nfter the old centlemnn. while a Block and are well supplied with Don't furget my Stanford and ous. A complete line of Kcwland 'bus line couplo of porters jumped down on the NEW RIGS AND HORSES line, nmid tho excitement of a number r cuiki rsTaeue.jM, of spectators. After short search one llntnbcen purchased and nothing but of tho porters handed up n rush basket turnouts ill lease the stable. containing n largo and fino looking lea Give of mutton. ..I'kACritAI... "Thank yon!" said tho old gentloman, 37 Plumbers and Steam Fitters. and seizing thu basket he entered a first class smoking carriage. Dealers in all kinds nf Iron and llrass Ooods lor steam and water Salutary Goods of all kinds. All "What do you mean, sir?" roared the wrork guaranteed against, defective material and THE NATIONAL exasperated inspector. "You said" workmanship jj "I buid n man's leg was under the wheel, and so it was" interrupted the Complicated Watch Repairs and Co old gentleman. "I bought this leg and a Specialty. paid for it, and if it isn't mine I should Artistic like to know who it belongs to, that's all." or staskord:ky , All goods sold engrivl tree of charge Then tho train moved on. Fignro. Is now lully organised and ready far business vriia In say store two-u- y -:e tar-noo- Wbeo sW wai, fills!, nho orioil Wbets ! fewatae Xhs, she 0I11111; to OtmirM. OwsorL-x-. When tk linrl CiilWnsn.ifcc lr Outtorsit. for Cwstnrtn. Stock of General Merchandise, In tha C. 30. General POWELL, UKAtKK IK tews el Crab Orchard, Wrstss-e- i lan tir, . tik-Ht- C. HTj - Livery Seecl Stable, mm BAN! THE JEWELER, S yt-x- n 11 hrst-cla- is Watches, Clocks t tlicm a Call. STRiSLXJB & CO., Jewelry And SILVERWARE. Building & Loan ASSOCIATION, Farmers Rank&Trust - nerYourpltronigc respectfully solicited Paid up Capital of Surplus, $200,000. it 000. THE SIIJELTON HOUSE life-lon- of x.ouxsvrr.x.E, ISsKi ' $ffig ' ! StCCLSSOIt t.iTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL tlANK OK STANIORD, Now closing up) with the satue assets and under ike same manageiuont lly provislens ef us rhaitcr, depcsitora are as fidly protected as aio depesltma in National Banks, its sharchuldcis being held individually uablc to the estcnt el the amount of their stock therein at tlie ur value thereol, in addition lo lh. in uhi invested In suih sharos. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as tn individual In those who entrusted Ihcir buistness to us vhile mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we i here tender our many thanks and trust liicy will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee fer prompt alien lion to aame, our twenty years' esperiencc is banking andas liberal accommodations as are con sistellt with sound banking. mure-long- JDH 'ncntlaU Office SoutH side Mam street, in office recen vacated by Dr. L. V. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. C ever dollar they draw from the Federal Treasury. It is a worse outrage that some of these pc uMoners, to call them by there best title, uiawlmgger pensions tbau some honorable soldiers who were shot in the most ghastly manner and sutlered from their wounds until they died, some of diem twenty or tweuty-fivyears afttr tho close of the war. Harris-bu- r Patriot. o i I 4 Teacher Why did Jesus Belect Simon Peter and Andrew, his brother, to bo apostlee? yor the painless extraction of teeth and othery Hobby Because they were so honest. I .have te.ted its virtue sufficieM-rainor surserv. R. C. MORGAN. D. D.;S. M Tkn.w Teacher How did Hu know they were honett? Bobby Because the llrst time He met them they owned up that they hi.ii been caught anyteenKiwl Evios atu also one tnorougnorcu llahiuu all niht and hadn't fat southdown llucic; one r.joo pound thing. Mare Mules, good col- r JDEHnTTO." FOIft SALE. corn-le- Ilor manner had an unmistakn bio kind- Is the strongest, snlcst and most liness nbont it. "in articulation. I therefore ex- prosperous institution of the kind cuse you from saying, in is usual on such doing business in the State. occasions, that your heart" Sho looked a cry sweet in her yollow silk waist and blade skirt. John II. Leathers, President, "is dead and cold. That you can never lovo again; that you havo met dud John . Pirtle, V. President, lost your only ideal; that death were tlinco welcome. We" A.'G. Langham, Sec. & Trcas., Sbo beamed graciously. "will consider it understood. Yon C. M. Phillips, Gen'l Manager. loft your hat in tho hall. Xo, this is tho Goodby." btreetdoor. m It was tho end. A very dazed man btood on tho Far nway a dog harked at tho moon and a tramp nestled BOARD closer to a haystack, but otherwiso tho world was nlent. Detroit Tribune. .efWSsseVUMsMlw' I : J J Williams, Ml Vernon; - J. M Hall, Slantotd; J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; S J. Kmbry, Stauferd; J. K. l.)nn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter. Milledgcville; AT STANFORD. K. Cash, Stanford; Wtllisra Gooch, Slanlord, Ky S. II. Sb&oks, President. J It Owsley, Cashier J. WILLIAM MOREL AN Dealer in the abote. , W, M Urlght.'t tiler Ari-inlii(,- -u Del. d, r an a good Steer; ye.irling .Muies V v - Km, ;swil J D M. CREIGHTON. Lincoln county, Ky. "Tlmy arenoiiiK to be married I ? Why 1FAIOI p EOll 1 SAJLE. annul 50 Acres on I will sell privatelyiuy Danville & Stanford pike, three tulles Iroai Stanford. It is well impioved, with dwelling of hve rooms, new barn and all necessary outbuildings; also has fine spring. Call on me on the premles or addresss me at Stanford, Ky KUGENE KELLKY. 6, T didn't know they were engaged." "Well, you see there are so many en- bet? Landlord A bottlo of wino if you gagements broken nowadnyys that they thought they wouldn't get engaged, just like. Traveler What sort? the simply married." Landlord A bottlo of my "Greene Bayes baa failed abominably Traveler All right, tho loser to drink iu the law. Wonder what he'll do now ?' it. Fremdcnblatt. "Oh, he's all right! Hu has influenco enough to get on the bench. Puck. Acciiiuiiinilutlii. Husband After today I'm going to Perteiz Irnchzizhowsklowski is a try a new plan with you. livery time je San Francisco cabinet maker, and you get a new dress it must bo under- Zmnchzizkomskekowlowski is a btood that I can invito my friends hero Biilfdlo boiler maker. to a little poker party and a merry timo generally. Some men tire themselves almost to Wifo (sweetly) You can havo tiiem death looking for an easy place. Ham's every night, dear, if you want to. Horn. Per-ter- weather tomorrow. Landlord I bet it will rain. Traveler Yery good. What will you Traveler Wo aro huro to havo fino Col. T. P. Hill, President, F. C. Walton, V. President, A. C. Sine, Sec. & Treas., II. Hklm, J. S. Rick, Agents. Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a npceiaWy Persons having any of the above doenbed stOik for sale or wishing tn purchase same, vill do well to rail on or address me. All experience of fifteen ears ill this business lias been of profit tn me and I think I call make il profitable both lo the buser and siller I', O. address Stsnfod, Ky. 100 Olhce at the Myers House FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, KV Capital Stock Surplus - S200.000 20,500 Grunobor-ger- . PMDW 09 FIL U We now have ITQ sc l will start up next week a Someraet MILL LUlVlDlirv.SAWStanford, on the will have and eight miles from pike, 70,000 feet of good Oak and Poplar Lumber for sale. I will sell at the most reasonable rates and invite all who want Lumber to give me a call. JACOII HAKFLIiiKR, Oltenhesni. IlHfDPD 1 A COMPLETE LINE Of Oliver Chilled Plows, Uucher & Giobs' Imperial Plows in steel and chilled and Malta Double Shovels. Ba-i- m Falls Branch Jellico GoalCo., Minersaad shippers of the GENUINE Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors arc secured uot only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability fur ao amount septal to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of $oo,ouo Five sworn statements ofthncondittoii of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and its assets are esamined at staled tunes oy government agents, thus securing addititooa and perfect safety to dcpositori. This institution, originally established as ths Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1838, then ired as the National Hank ol Stanford in iWj and as the Kirst National Hank ol again Stanlord in ib3i, hat had practically an uninterrupted esittenceof 11 years. It Is better supplied now with lacilities for transactiUK business prompt ly aud liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully sollc-led. "Attention of the public is invited to tho fac that this is tho only National Hank in Stanford m Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford !nd Kowlaud. Olhce corner ot Depot street and rail- crossing. HIOOINS & WATTS. THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., Comes consumption. A slight cold with your system iu the scrofulous condition that's caused bv immire blood, is enouzh to fasten it upon vou. That's the time when neglect and delay are lull of sou danger. Consumption is can prevent it, and you can cure it, If you havn't waited loo long, with Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. That is the most potent strength-restore- r and flesh. builder that's known to science For every disease that has to be reached through the blood, lor scrofula in all its forms, consumption, weak lungs, bronchitis, asthma and all severe, lingering coughs, it is the only guaranteed remedv. Is it doesn't benefit or cure, you hive your money back. 2 . a. blood-cleans- Like a Thief in the Night, Truth. , Just Ilia I.urk. luck and has been losing money." "Wo mio Crab Orchard, Ky, "I hear Simeon had a streak of bad "Ho fell down a coal hole that was left uncovered and wasn't hurt." Detroit Freo Press. "Did ho lose much?" "About $ 10,000." "How did it happen?' TZ ZXJVLlMI-EilR- , -- Dealer In- - The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Forestus Reid, Lincoln county ; J,W. Hayden, Stanford; S.H. Daughman, Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J.S. Hocker. Stanford; (. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P, Hill, Stanford. W.G.Welch, Stanford; W. .I'.Tate, Stanlord. c JOSEPHJCOFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated anl refurnished, is now in my charge and I intend t J conduct it so as to Jo$i"iiu V. Dory, ot Warsaw, HI , was trcubled not only maintain its high r:putstion, but to add witr. rncmatlam and tried a number of different him. ol friends. Special accommodto its long list remedies, but says none of them seemed to do him ations for commercial traveers and tine rootus.for any good but finally he got hold of one that speed- A Mutter of Taste, IMrs. B. I consider Mr. Jouson a very Ths proprietors ol Dr. sage's Catarrh Remedy know that their medicine perfectly and perma- nice fellow. nently cures catarrh To prove it lo you, hey Mrs. A. I don't. Why, he's not bit make this offer: It tvey can't cuie your catarrh, no matter what your case is, they'll pay you I500 like men who como to see me. in cash. Mrs. B. Well, that is nothing against 1 j wJ Faney Groceries, Fruits And I.S Hocker, President; John J, McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKiuney, Assistant Cashier. urr iLr.Ki. fXVS&ZZG3C3X Pi Mm i d I fit MM noiiu nf muslo for forty) 1'lll.u"IUUU Ctitlln. HUImilr -, lull sUe, best! .'; niiiiiil. siuel tuusluol tlm liitet, tuiisi t)p. II .parki mid 11 Voguo. to ily cured him. He was much pleased with it and felt suie that others similarly afflicted would like ASFlrst-Clas- s to know what tho remedy was that cured him. He stales for the benefit of the public that It is Aad BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached called Chamberlain's Pain Halm For sale by i 37-- lf W. II. .McKolierls, Urufglst, Manlord, Ky. JOSEPH COFFEY. dlsploy of samples. Saloonl Obeyed. Clerk He told mo to go to tho dovil. Boss And what did you do? Confectioneries. : J?c -Truth. Clerk I camo richt back to von. sir. Baker's Bread Always on Hand -.' y vocal Instrumental ciSuiurnnd iu M piiKos.ail coll en up In tho most oleKani man-- i M cr, iiiciii.iing lour inrao nizu orirais. via: riuenritmliiuniisnislidaucor, l'adercwskl j u IMaiilsti Arlella 1'attl.ancl Airs. rs lt'uci'-niilI) the popular bomlr. Ad-- i ilwiiulinturato NIIW YORK MUHIOAL ue :tu, nrouuvtar Tiieuiru llulioing. , Y. &JSCrtfi2CGM0ilCli the-uri. -- .&)' fVib 4' iMfy I lL-jL Ll4U.