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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893022801 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. 4- - U-- - " k.- r rK- - ' ' -i- nfcfrmiMHi-y.'' Semi Weekly Interior vol. XX. Tho Land of Sunshine. (To the Killtorof tho Interior Journal. Ai.niKjuKKOUK. N. M.. Fob. L'i. Ah a I I...... I..W.H r. Iv.... ..-"-Illllllinjl I !...! " Journal, NO. 404 GEORGE II. I'REWITT. I). II. KING. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1893. -- DANVILLE. NEWSY NOTES. i MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Heed, years. vorces have been granted bv the courts ago and Is occupied mainly by native James Cook, who a few days ago The reformers in the Legislature are of the United Stntes, 5H) per cent, of them And in the oarl- Spring will add to their stock a line of Clothing, Hut tho new town -- about a bought (Jeorge T. Honta's property on Mexicans. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Dry Goods, Millinery, &c. Our terms will to women. mile distant Is thoroughly American, Walnut street, near the preparatory still trying to reduce circuit judges' to $2,100, but it will hardly be sucJerry Shuck, of I'csfy township, Intl., be cash or country produce and we will also take in exchange for Svns started PJ years ao and hne a popu- school, will move in about tho 10th of cessful. is wnrtli more than the average rim of goods T.tn Ibrk, Whisky Barrel Staves, Hoop Poles and Hickory lation of about PJ.000. It has good church' March. Give us a ca'.l and we will save you money. Mr. Cleveland will use the White Shucks. He has procured a license to Spokes papers and daily cs and Iilovius, col'd, an ociped House nan business office, but will not. marry for the sixth time, nnd is only street cars, electric lights, gs, water- work house prisoner, was recaptured by 32I2TC! & 75 years of nge. works nnd all tho 'modern Improve OHlcerSilliman on Saturday nnd sent reside there, on nccount of fear of tho -- William K. Webb, of tho Pleasant scnrleliua. incuts" that you expect to Hud in any b.iuk to serve 3'J d.iys on an old judgThe insanity dodgo did not work in Point section, and Miss Martha Susan Ameiicanclty. It U shunted near the ment. MEN'S AND BOY'S the case Francis Mulligan, tho Paducah Sweeney, of this county obtained license district ccntru of the great South western Dr. George, of Pittsburg, P.i , lec- wife murderer. Ha was pronounced sane and will be married nt Mr. Howard known as tho "arid regions," where, by tured Sunday night on the "Christian S Aeeiiey's to day. nnd condemned to dentil reason of tho absence, of rain or mow, all S.bbath" at First Presbyterian church. Misij Lena Totten and Jas. II. Dunn, Henry W"Mkly, on tn il for murder tho farming has to bo dono by irrigation, Ho had it good sized audience. Tho Dr. nt Nashville, is vuid to haw fallm dead both of Garrard, nnd Mr. Leo Ogden, of of and you can't ralee. so much as a "hill iiin favor of closing the World's Fair as lie testified that lie li r ' God would Winchester, and Misa Mona Hoard, slb- beans" If you don't glvo ttm ground n ."undayfi. strike him h if lie wire guilty of the t r of Mrs. J. ( Frank, were married in lor by some nrtlflcial method. Of course Thu uhnp with the portable picture murder. Lancaster last week. that will prevent the district from over gnllrry, opposite the Kentucky Carri-asThe prospect of the annexation of Tobias Ford and wife, Anna F., of becoming a great farming country, beCo , is a genius and is making more Hawaii at this session of the Semite seems Shelby vine, Ind, quarreled. She picked i cause a man can only cultivnto n low money than anybody in town. All day to hn evanished. Tho body refused to go up a piece of feiiLV rail nnd bit him beacies, but tho farmers et big prices for Saturday his pluee was thronged. into executive cession Saturday to hind the ear and in tho month. Since at tho what they do raise and come out Samuel CJ. Karle, lememberod here tho question. then lie lias been a raving maniac. ns well oh" as tltc.ee end of tho season just as a whisky detective and policeman, is The Republicans all over the country The parents of Miea Doia May thai handle no much stutr, and get colit-tJ- now editor of the Tcxiw In lependout, ought to come to t lie flnanci.il aid of JUST IN. of Austin, Tex , objected to Frank for it. So it's about as broad as it's him-(oGilbrough as n son-ilaw. So he called long in that regard; but tint great bo.i-- t published at Greenville, Tix. He once Gov. McKinlcv. He bankrupted j? and his wife attempting to bolster upon the young woman, shot and killed ShfiT which will tauuht school at Prenehersville, Lincoln Kofi jfbL IP'S fef ti IF5i tiua Ifcrt' 0 3Bl i? aBa?iR!B,l?fc of this country, and tliat county. a tin platu mill up en her and then committed suicide make it mucli fought after in the future, -- i:. T. Irvine, of the Wise county, The Motion will not have to pay its Col. CLarlcH F. Hagood, who is in Im its climate. Wo claim that it Va , liar, was in town Friday taking dep- guarantee of the Richmond, Nioholns-vill- e, jail at Charlecton, S. C, for bigamy, was lit the best in tho world, and everyone ositions in an important laud suit. Mr. Irv'tietV Hattyville railroad bonds. a marrying man in his time. Since hia who tries it admita the justice of the which is now the Irvine is a native of Hoylo county, but Judge Barr Iiks ordurod the cancellation incarceration no less than a dozen woclaim. Consumption, left hero in tho 70i. Ho is a son of Wal- made on all the bonds. men have appeared to claim him ns bus great scourge of the United States, and It has been decided to hold tho nest limit ' with nminrpiitlv nn mueli rit'lit :is of all tho deaths in ter Irvine, well remembered by our old' " causes er citizens. annul! meeting of the Ameiiciu Associ- the one who had him arrested. Heisi tho whole country, N totally unknown Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just Ilettie Hlevins, mentioned elsewhere, ation of General Parsenger and Ticket u') and ins niiegeu wives range in nge to tho natives of this region, and those cd at old stand with paid up the old judgment against iter AgenU nt the Four Seasons Hotol, from 10 to 40. who come here from other p.uts, allhct-e- d Tetui , March 2t. disease, always get well, if Saturday evening and pretty soon afterwith tho A Now York special states that Tam wards was fined $01 for escaping from FARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. they don't put oil their coming too long the work house. The lait judgment many will Bnd o.OOO representatives to Throughout all this winter, which has Hugh Sargeant sold last week a was held up for a few days In order to the inauguration at Washington next been nucli a tenor in nearly all oth r And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery bunch of stock hogs nt (c. give her an opportunity to slope. Saturday. Presidentelect Cleveland will s iiurtx of thu countrv. the mercury bus drug store I shall be pleasand everything to be found in a Ger-iG. D. Boone bought ol Blese, a License for tho marriage of Mi&s leave Like wood next Thursday at 11 never gone down as low as tho freezing ed to see .til my old custmers and as many new ones as will favor me, hi), a lot of stock hogs at olc. Minnie K. West and Mr. John F. Ijui-bn- m a. m. point at any lime during thu day, and Mr. Leeds, formerly traffic uiEiihger was issued Monday morning. The The Harrodsbtirg Democrat rpporta Assuring them yet this has been a colder winter than of the Gould roads, testified at the lady is a daughter of Thomas K. West, sales of several crops of wheat at 70c. tho average. Clear, bright weather is acific Mail investigation that the Dave Johnson, of the West End, and a rec- who lives near Parksville. Mr. the general Mile at all seasons'. home is in Washington county, railroad com) my paid the Pacific Mail Bold to John JohiiEon, of Boyle, 24 hogs carefully kept, shows buttwo totally ord, Company STo.OOO a month to bo allowed at 7Jc. cloudy days in, three years. This coun-ti- y near TVxih. Tho marriago will take to fix freight rates. place Wednesday, nt tho home of the Mrawberries are in tho Cincinnati New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. is called "tho land of Kunshine,"nnd It is not expected that depositors tf market at the modest price of $1.50 per bride's brother, Mr. Richard West, at it well deserves tho name. Junction City. Tho cei oniony by Rev. the defunct Capital National Hank of quart. W. S. Hl'HKU. Lincoln, Neb., will receive in re than 10 It. H. Cnldwell. A. P. Adair bought the Sam PatterIf the same amount of funds is tak- cents on the dollar. Another lot of forg- son farm of L'OO ceres, six miles from Par will bo composed As the next Senate of eighty eight members the election of en in during next mouth, which will ed paper on tho bank, aggregating is, at SI 10. Mr. Koacii gives tho Democrats a clear close tiie fiscal year, as was taken in last 000, has been discovered. Wool. I want to buy 100.0X lbs The president has commuted tho half of the whole number possible, and month, Danville will he given a place or moro of wool. Will pay highest mark sentence of President Harper, the vote in among the second-clas- s posioflices, otb that, with the et price. A. T. Nunnelley. Fidelity Bank wrecker, who is serving puts tlu Democratic erwiee it will remain a third-clns- i ollkc. in caau of a tie, J. E Bruce bought for Dr. J. B party in thosiddlo in tho Senate for two Postmaster Van Pelt says a considerable his term in tho Ohio penitentiary, to Owsley of John Crutchfield 11 btock Harper was convict-- hogs for April ye.ir'a nt IrasU It docs more. It relieves number of box renters are behind with take ell'ect May 1 Kvery piece of timber that enters into the construction of the delivery at Gc. in Dec. 1SS7. the national Democracy from a hateful, their duos. If thesd pay up there is but J. H. Johneon eold to Henderson Thomas Cobb Jackson, n young Baiigh perilous and distasteful alliance with the little doubt but what the receipts at tho n milk cow for ?25 nnd to J. S. Populists. It will compel tho Republi- close of tb next month a ill be sufficient lawyer, and one of the most prominent Young two head butcher stud at L'c. cans to strike hands with tho latter if to place us among tho second class, young men of the South, and grandson M. C. Eubanks bought in Mndison they hope to imperil Democratic control, which will entitle us ton public build ' of General Henry II. Jackson, of Savau- county n pair of fine innro mules for sr i? n-iTcommitted suicide at Atlanta, it is ''. is& a dangerous political championship for ing. or at least a chance for one. which S'JoO. He sold toSpeucer Hubble a lot L A.J4VNSLXI friend Redwine's Lr a wn lielnm. tn ilw. !M supposed over his either of tho gre.it parties. The election nan never be or butcher stuff nt 2 j. Democrats cUks. Purchases of Btamped envelopes downfall. of Mr. Hunch also frees tho Ed Powell sold a of 15 hand Is seasoned under cover from 3 to 5 years, the running gears arc all A eeiisation was created at Klizaboth-towfrom any dependence upon tho tlireo !n quantities of 500 will also help along soaked in boiling oil, expelling all moisture and imparting bv the arrest of Sara Strador, Hen mules in Atlanta at $00. He says there Mates where vacancies exist, all tlireo in towards the ikfdred end. To'son, lvl ward and Charlie Church were 2,500 moles on the market and that tho extreme southwest. It again exalts Richmond Reg-- At Georgetown Mabel Leslie, who membeis of prominent families, on the they were awfully dull. the ttalwart figure of Meln Herr Adlni ister. Mevenson, ol Hloomington, to a position sued the Hluegrnss Cordage Company charge of attempted rape. The warrant Tho farmers aio complaining of their of national importance. New York Sun. for $3,000 for the Iocs of two fingers, was bivorn out by Miss Mollie Wilson, a lo69 of lambs. They come well nnd pretty young lady of Vino Grove. bcciiied a verdict for$l,4S'i. heaity in most insances, but after a few To the wood. The wheels are made with slope shouldered spokes, Gov. Turney lias announced Ids inA Boston apecial explains why no Caiu) oi Thanks. We tho undersigndays, a good mauy of tliem grow sick which makes them ed committee, in behalf of the Huston-ill- e tention of removing tho soldiers from picture has appeared so far of Mr. Rich- ami die. Coal Creek, Tenn., and Saturday night ard Olney, who is to be Attorney GenComet Band, take this method of At a Now York sale ol horses Bold tendering our thanks to tho ladies of our tho miners met and by a vote decided eral under Mr. Cleveland. Ho has not lor an average of $1,500. Monbars, 3 tonimunity for their untiling etlbrts to to liberate the 500 convicts confined had any taken since he was a lad, aud year old, 2:11 J, was taken by Dunn Walsince the announcement of his nominamake tho supper given by tho hand a there and burn the stockades. ton at $115,000; Susie S., 2:15J, by J. II. St. Paul, Minn,, suffered from ti$200-0- 00 tion has been busy dodging tho "snap success. They are deserving of more Shultznt $1,000. Wheel; the axles are all made of the best Hickory and each axle has early Sunday morning. The Minne- shot" artists. praise tlmn wo can tlnd words to write J. T. Stoutt, of this county, bought a truss under it, adding additional strength. Sold by for sota Shoo Co.'s establishment was gutJohn W. Muckny, the inillionniro of Wakefield A Vandyke, of Shelby ville, and wo will always remember them our ted at n loss of $1 10,000, while lCuhlcs & mine owner, was shot in the middle of their kindness. We also tender 01 mules for $2,550. He started with thanks to Mr. Walton for courtesies Stock, cigars, lost SUS.nOO, both fully cov- thu back by n crank named W. C. Rippi, them to Valdoeta, Ga., Monday night. ered. Several llrcinen were badly hurt. in San Francisco. After shooting Mr. Very Hespt., shown us. Anderson News. assassin shot and Doc White, colored, waylaid and Mnckey, tho would-bBecehor Adams, Mose Cook, Owen Frank Gentry, of Fayette, has sent shot George Turner, another colored fatally wounded himself. Mr. Mackny's to Silas Sandidge his fine combined stalWilliams, Committee. man, in Madison. White then bent wound iaserious, but it is thought will lion, King Eureka, to be trained. Mr. -- About a month ago Miss Rachel Turner's brains out with tli gun nnd not prove fatnl. Sandidge will make tho season with him living near Sweetwater, Tenu., left him lying dead in the Held where the The Cincinnati Southern has a corps forty days' fast. She is killing occurred, on the TateH Creek pike, of engineers nt work surveying tho pro- and his pedigree will appear in our horse lommonceda in due season. still fasting, although completely pros- near Richmond. The trouble was over posed new lino of road from Burnsido to columns R. G. Denny has returned from says trated iipd confined to her bed. Mie Burksville, a distance of about forty Charlotte, N. Turner's wife. C, where ho took 25 she will not eat until the forty days are The city of Maysville has passed an miles. Dr. Godfrey Hunter and other mules. Ho found the market very dull days from now. ordinance making it a fine of past, which will be two "not less Kentucky capitalists are interested in and only sold live while there, .We have. Her brother lias whipped her severely to than nor more than f50 and confined the enterprise, and there seems to be no 10. at $135 to He left the test her eat, lint without ell'ect. innku in the city workhouse not more than (0 doubt that the lino v.'ill be built. with M. N. DePnuw, who also has a Texas has o7 counties, each largor days, for any person who shall neglect The letter from Chairman Harrity, drove thero. ban Hliodu Island, two larger thuu Con- by di unkenticss or otherwise to provide of thu Nationnl democratic committee, A. T. Traylor sends us a list of pricnecticut, and ouo largor tbnn Massacliu-sotts- . for hia family or those dependent upon seeking to ascertain how the democratic es obtained at a sale near Iliudsboio, 1)1: And opened elegant lines of The area of Texas is more than him for their support. representatives of tho next Congress Sows with pig, weighing 200 to 450 Ilia., opial to that of Now York, New Jeraey, Judge Jackson's first official act was would voto on the repeal of the Sher- brought f'--L to $55, nnd pigs of 10 pounds Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and New the appointment of a colored Republican, man Inw, is exciting a great deal of com- $5 00 a head; sheep brought $4.50 to IS; a Kiiglaud combined. Hays, of Cincinnati, to be his messengor ment at WaBhiugton. Free silver raeni-bor- a stallion ISO; brood mares in foal $120 to denounce it, whilo the Senator Goebel testified before the at a salary of $1,000 per annum and per $150; cows $:0 to $45; hay per ton in shed quisites worth $100 more. Judge Jack thitik it is aaominontiy proporthing $0.50. Senate Committee investigating tho of the Corporation bill, aud son is showing a non partisan feeling to do. Within tho past week experiments The densest population of the earth, evidence the iuferenco is drawn quite equal to that of President Harrifrom his made in Cincinnati prove that old scrap over 100 to tho square mile, is confined tho measure has been stolen, but son. Newport Journal. that India Linens, Linen Lawns, iron and steel may be turned directly in- to Java, China, Japan, the northeastern when or by whom chu not bo ascertaiu- possible and probable that a con to high grade steel without the manipu- and southwestern portions of India, EngIt is A sensation has been caused at Des test between the new brass bands of lation of the rolling mill. The product land, parts of Franco and Belgium, tho Moiues, by tho arrest of a collego pro- Stanford, Uuatouville, Junctiou City, of tho new procesj possessee all the at- Nile vail by, Italy, Portugal, a small strip Linen Laces, &c, &c. fessor and a Signal Sarvlca ollicor in tho Lancaster and Crab Orchard will be had tributes of steel with additional virtues. of Germany and a small section in the bo agreed upon in the future. It saves tho 21 days required for anneal, vicinity of New York and Boston. on a date to act of body snatching. Allen G. Thurman, has proposed When the live brass bands mentioned ing. does away with much coEtly maWest Virginia will place a $5,000 bo the most tho Bilvur dollar for a natioual bank note unite in h medley the welkin will cer- chinery and is believed to of the currency prob- tainly riog. Stanford Correspondent, important discovery in its lino in many marble statue of tho lato Senator Keuna basis as a solution Harrodaburg Savings. in tho Statuary Hall in Washington. years. lem. sal-nri- J. 0. Hogle lett for Murtinsvillo, Frank Holland?" who killed tlireo Charles Likins. iunt arrived nt his ! Tfe. ,..... !. the oatus pitreoiia for tho purpose of robbery, was majority, and Mis Lucy A. Vernon, who m..K w " 'i itutin lOf rtieiimatism. l.iini? nt 'IW has seen but 17 summers, were mnrriod from persons In your vicinity inquiring Mr. Lew. Mock, of Fort Worth, Tex-- 1 Kf,1(, ntclt tK, 0IU.(J famoiia Wall Saturday. I hope you will n about this country, ns, is visiting his brother, II. 0. Mouk, 8truet WIORELAND, KY., Forty-twyoung men nt Atcbipon, mK"te, ilietl at Xew York h few low mo to answer them till at once tlit.V ami oilier menus In this county. bo found Take this method of informing the public p,0 comparatively poor. Kan., have taken an oath not to ,,iy8 that they will open in the tho columns of your p.iper: Mr. W. .1. Sallcn is niraln in tho eoil .. n.imrn i u iiiii:. nm,nini. vni'iiii,. uif u'.,n.n:n..o iiiiruiMt in company with n woman who wears Albuquerque is, In (act, two towns -t- business at his old stand on near future a well selected stock of Walnut Heckwith, a ho old anil tho now. Tho olil town win street, having bought out Mr. W. L. ed A.C. StateH Senatorwealthy stockman, hoopskirts. the past 20 years .128,000 diDuring United for tho next two 1500 years built by thp.Spaninrils about Or. .. i T ..! .. Urn-!,- . KING & PREWITT, o 1 I echool-housc- Il-t- tle PHEWITT. CLOTHING! W e con-aid- er mew 3 ly o Was-sai- l, j K n Ib fJ NEW DRUG STORE. re-ope- one-four- th ' Hai-roga- te, NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, first-clas- n Panama-P- Lan-ham- 's Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. I Or TS FARMERS & TEAMSTERS. 10-ye- j j 1 8TUDBBAKBB irar a tn wy ri-v--- n car-loa- Great Toughness StrongerJThan Any Other HXG&XXTS & VaaAHSDALE. o Cal-lalia- SEASONABLE GOOB 61 $-- 1 JUST '. RECEIVED anti-silver-it- es f Nansooks and Dimity Cheeks Hamburg Edgings and Insertings, i vl i 'OTVlEMANOlIi & N8 .j a ', . . - &! ." A. WV---i- f TTrry K K u fc IV P MTTEi:snro assuming somewhat of a( Ladiks, here's your chance. A citizen Editor o f Austin, Toxno, w ritf s to the mayor of vermillion huo at Memphis. of tho Commercial, published Louisville that there are numerous and Cirmack, Bundry worthy young men there anx Botuo Beverj strictures against Judgo Stakkokd, Ky.,Fi:irpauy 23, 1893 which his young eon, Tascar, took ious to marry,;imt tho supply of women up. Ho wrote tho editor to know what is short. Ho therefore aHks that the ho meant by the publication, to which mayor com munieato the factJo the ladies W. P. ho responded that if ho had souse enough who would like to form matrimonial al with a view .ho might discover with tho aid of a dic- liances, that tionary. This inlhmed the young fel- to that end mayjbo Btarted. Tho young : low stfll further and ho9entnnothernoto men can give references as to their good to Carmack, which tho editor returned standing from bankers and other influunopened. Then Tascar hied himself to ential men, Htul nsthey mean business, a printing oilico nnd had circulars gotten no triller need apply. Tho Intkiuor In r recent conversation with Col. V. out denouncing Carmack as rt "liar, Journal is not a matrimonial agency, 0. Bradley ho stid that thero never were scoundrel and coward," which ho had but if any young lady will send it her To see fin-han- d, two meu more aliko in their ideas nnd liberally distributed on the streets. Ask- name we will see that bIio is put in com uuv iLtiiuusb svyies. ulu methods than Grover Cleveland and ed w.hat ho Intended to do about it, tho muuication with a matrimouinlly inclinBenjamin Harrison. Tho remark was editor quietly said, "Nothing. I caro as ed Lono Star Stater. made with reference to ollicial appoin- little about t.ie barking of tho puppy ns ittment in ceneral and that of circuit I do for the howling of the old dog." It Tirfc Shelby News is fixing to get in particular. It is further averred that the judge will re- self ''busted" wide open. It is publishjudjjo in the 6th district ofdocs seem that hoth have a weakuesa lor sign and challenge Carmack to mortal ing our missing word problem and fering a year's subscription to tho paper discovering unknown men and advanc- combat, but as ho would lose his office, in the for correct answers. Everybod ing them to official position, and it is be disfranchised nnd probably get killed, Stato nearly has seen our solution and week. give we predict the ver- he will likely do nothing of tho kind. usually ahont as easy to correct answers are pouring into tho a, one News office. dict of a petit jury or tell whom a woTie. Rfr.ria.nt. In his report on the status of tho marry as to copper tho mun eiman will An e.tr.i session of tho Senate has lease, Gov. Brown took occather will appoint. Mr. Harrison has -Foard been been called to confirm Mr. Clevesion to intimate that Gov. Buckuer's ad just named Benton Hanchett, ol land's ctbinet andotheriappointeos. The Mich., tosueceed Judu Howell li. ministration whs almost criminally caie-ie- ss talk that Gresham will not bo confirmed in tho management of tho prison af- is the veriest rot. No Senate hauever Jackson, thus leaving out in tho cold tho Kentucky contingent, who thought they fairs. This has put the old war horse on refused to confirm a cabinet appointee, had a cinch on the office, and to whom his mottle and it is said he is prepa ring except for constitutional reasons. an open letter, which will make each wo renew assurances of our distinguishWe Fruit-of-Yard'wito Tub end of tho o'.M Congress will come ed commiseration. Nobody outside of and every hair on the governor's head 7 77 j i V jj. ir at tho stroke of 12 Saturday noon. It bne xjuuiio, juusunviuLu Lrrtvio xcucco oc. o Saginaw ever heard of Hanchett before, siantt out like quills ou a lretlul porcu hasn't done much to endear itself to the 4-- l-- 2c. is going tho rounds, pine. Let theband begin to play. The country and tho inquiry nnd its demise will not bo la"Who tho d is Hanchett, and what people of KentuckyMoveold Simon Boli mented with any great lamentations to the d does tho president mean by go- var Bucknertoo well to believe him speak of. ing outsido of Kentucky, bo gad, sir, to guilty of any caielessucfs, whero the "To what base uses we may come at Jill on appointment that belongs to this istato is interested, and are too well aware last," is fully exemplified at Hodgcuville, of his courage to believe that ho will whero a Methodist church has been con State or Tennesseo?" quietly submit to implied charges against verted into a saloon. Atlanta is full of seueatious now and his official integrity. murder, rapine, robbery and suicide are Tho Eloprincnt. Since the above was put in typo Gov. Sho (from tho window) Is that you, rampant. Kedwine, the bank cashier Duckner has written the promised letter, apd leader of the city's 400, who stole which appears in full in yesterday's tear? He Of course. $70,000, was hardly arrested and jailed Courier-Journ- al and which we &linll no"Ilnvo you tho tickets:" was eclipsed by Miss tice at length in our next. Tho docubefore his crime i:i CHllcUm. "Yes." Julia Force, a memoer of one of the best ment is a pretty salty one. Charles LamhV dear old bookish friend, "And the license':" Wlv families in the city. She shot and killGeorgo Dyer, could never Ih got to say "Yes." Tim life of tho Bowling Green Herald ed her two younger BisteiR, Florence and "Oh, I nin so scared! Arc you 6iiro an ill word, even of tho vilest miscreant. Minnie, and then surrendered to the po- was of few days and full of trouble. For thoso horses won't run uwny? And and "Come, now, George," said Lamb ono day, on teaming intent, "what do you say lice, spying that she had committed the three short weeks its light illuminated are you nhvnvs sure you'll lovo me:" of Williams:" (Williams was tho "Why darliug, I" bloody crime. She is paid to be a luna- tho world withj.more or less brilliancy And Gentlemen to call and see what the attractions art at highway muiderer tho Jack tho "Oh, of course, yon think eo now. Is tic, but there seems to have been a good and then it went out with something of Kipper of his in Do deal of method ha her madness, as she a sensation. Dr. Sutphin, tho editor, my hat on straight''" Quincey's "Murder as a Fino Art.") "Looks so from bore." sent tho servants nway beforo eho shot sued his preacher partner, lie v. J. P. "Havo yon fcont our photos to tho news- "Well, Mr. Lamb," replied Dyer, "I must admit ho was somewhat of an echer sisters down. A half a dozjn sui- Brooks, alleging that he induced him to paper office:" t centric character." Argonaut. cides are reported and a number of thote put money in the paper by a misrepreLarge Stoic in Rowland, Ky. We never tobbed Peter to pay Paul, "I have." who stand high in society are trembling sentation, and says that he holds every"Yery well; I'll lx? out in n minute, but sell to one and all at the same per cent, and that is why we are Ihr Iilrni in their boots for fear tho investigation thing in hia on .i name. He further al- lovo." Iiidinnapolis Journal. getting rid of so many of our nicest Spring Goods enrlv in the season "Now, for cxamplo." said Miss leges that Mr. Urooks is about to leave of Uedwine's defalcation will bring some twirling a corkscrew ringlet in Dress Goodv Macgregor Cheviots, Surges, Henriettas, ljjack A Cutting Krinnr'.. of their crookedness to light. The way town and asks the court for an attachher fingers, "there is my Coutn Ponel-opo- Lawns, Whic Lawns, Satin Glorias, French Ginghams, Crcylocks, A Caes nveuuo man, with u son vhoo of the transgressor is indeed hard, but ment and liually for a receiver to wind little girl Fanny. Think 'of itl Dahlia Cloth, Zephyrcttes, Chameleons, Nasteds, Woolens, Ko. they who make their bed that way must up tho partnership nflairs. If Dr. Sut- mustache aud whiskers nio just begin- Rending Plato and only yoars old It Silk-Nouveantic and Passementerie, Francaise Trimmirgs, Linen was trying to is so strange and yet so charming don't phin had asked u, we should havo told ning to exert expect to He uncomfortably. shave himself tho other evening. His you think so, Mr. Hankinson? to seo Automatic Embroidery, Vnlencein Laces, &c him to fiuht shy of a partner who mixes langiiago on Hosiery. Laan that occasion was so forci old head ou young shoulders!" dies' Vests, Helts, &c. Largest line of Ladies', Children's and Men's Gkohoe Jknks, of Pennsylvania, satis- hisfo-callereligion with politics. The ble as to attract his son's attention. said Hankinson dubified that the newspaper reports that ho only preachers who will do to tie to are GiTOiir stock of Hncll & Son's. W. L. Doug"Hello, Pop.'' inquired tho jouth. ously and moving his chair rather far- Tics in the country. a little attorney general by those who obpervo tho latter clause of 'whii's tho disturbance?" ,, the road lass, Mcintosh. Sel?. Schwab & Co.'s SHOFS ,. nil was to bo appointed to ther away. Chicago Tribune. were true, and being a James Mr. Cleveland our Emporium in Rowland, J'" "Confound this rusur:" was tho reply, "The others are wolves in lcsc K00"s ""' direct from the church member of the strictest sect, sheep's clothing! and go about seeking "it's so dull that it pulls things out by . largest lactories in the Hast. HATS of all sizes and styles in abunTu it I'lirotHiuvrntilr. went to his pastor and asked him if he whom they mayJdevour, or at least get tho roots." Cliaunccy Depow met his old collego dance and "Try mii:.' .siijjgnU-- the hoy. pro- professor of languages tho other day, should accept the office. The preacher tho better of. ducing his fteol. applauded and said "yes," his neighbors nnd wishing to say something pleasant Tho fat In r looked nt the son's downy remarked : Somk people are at a loss to know, exMr. Jenks was skimming tho air in the face and nt tho razorkt in his hand. "I understand, professor, that yon Empyrean bights, when lo and behold cept from his general principles, why "My boy." ho said, with gutitlu pity, Mr. Olney, of Massachusetts, was given Ben Butler was called "Beast" It orig- "take it away. I want Miinotlnng thutV hnve mastered nil tho known tongues." The most elegant line of Gents' CLOTHING in this section will "No, yon are mistaken. I haven't masthe prize and Mr. Jenks took a tumble inated from his famous order, No. L'o, is- nccustomed to cutting whinkors." De- tered two my wifo's aud her mother's." soon be opened in our house. We can knock out the jobbers in the that knocked all the breath out of him. sued while infeoramaud at New Orleans troit Free Press. line of GROCFRI1CS. We bought largely in this line of goods early Detroit Freo Press, t He will probably be known herealter as On his claim that the citizens refused to in the season. We thank our friends for their past patronage and l)luKen-- , a Trajcily In Two Capt. Jenks of tho horse marines, unless fraterniza with his troops and that the AimtiTril. hope by fair dealing and polite treatment to have a continuance of ACT!. A Sunday school teacher in Lawrenc, ho i3 able to catch onto the band wagon women ollered indignities to them, ho STLPIIFNS & KNOX. .nsiarcnus (seeing uiogenes nosing Kan., asked her class of boys what a loy their valued patronage. later, which, judging from Mr. Cleve- gave tho sodiers permission to treat the nrouml with a light) Ah, there, old lioy. should do to go to heaven. No ono anland's courso in not appointing those mothers, wives auddaughtersof the cit- what aro you doing with that lantern':" swered until a little Irish boy at tho lot-towho havo held positions before, seems izens as "women of the town plying Diogenes (stoically) Looking for an of tho class lxdd up his hand. their vocation." It was the most beast honest man. now improbable. "Well, sir, what must a boy do to go ly and cowardly order ever issued by a ACT II. to heaven?" said the teacher. Time Four hours later. Tun alacrity with which lawyers are military commander aud won for the "He must die." answered P.itsy. LawAristnrehus (meeting Diogfiies withgiving up their practice, which ia alleg- man who signed it tho expressive appelHave just received a new barrel each of Open Kettle, N. O. Molasout the light) Halloo! Havo you found rence World. ed to pay them from $10,000 to $23,000 a lation of "Beast Butler." ses, Sorghum and Caramel Syrup; also pure Maple Syrup, Buckwheat your honest mun? A Clrif-- Iilfrt. year, to accept office at a fourth of the Diogenes Buckwheat Flour, Hams, ShoulIt is quite remarkable that although ing for the (wrathfullyj No; I'm look- "How do you liko my latest pictute?" and Graham Flour in bulk, things that amounts, shows one of two son of a gun that stole my said one ders, Side Meat, Breakfast Bacon, Broiling Beef, Canned Roast, Corn nrtit to another. lawyer and liar the Smiths are numerically tho strongest lantern. New York Sun. the popular belief that "Fiist rate. It was very clover of you and Chipped Beef, Mackerel and Bigs' Feet in barrel, Hyman's mixare convertible termB, or that class of family in the lTnitcil States, but two to put tho new moon in." ed and Cucumber Pickles in barrel, Queen Gage Plums, Red Cherries, A C'Kuifortlnc .luruiu-eprofessionals are the most patriotic in with that patronymic have ever held "Do you think so?" cabinet positions before Mr. Hoke Smith "Aro you sure you lovo me r.& tho country. The president ban ap"Yes. It leaves no doubt as to whero Blackberries, Sweet Potatoes, French Peas, Van Houten's Cocoa'. who will havej.that honor after next much as ever: ' was tho originul question the top of tho picture is." Washington pointed II. T. Thurber, partner of Don Dovey on tho first Star. M. Dickerson.tobohis private secreta- Saturday. No person bv the name of proounded by Mrs. accepted it, although the Smith has over been a candidate for anniversary of her mariiage. ry, and ho has Another .sturj '1 lint. "More," camo the confident ronpoiise. salary is but $",500 and his law practice president and until Sev Jersey broke Professor hhort h is ery imiolito, Of Teas and Coffees. We will a lull stock ol Seed Potatoes and "Trulv?" Bobby, to si etch in company. worth $15,000. Perhaps these patriotic tho record there had not been one in "Truly." Garden Seeds, the best varieties. Have already bought and will be Bobby It is, is it? Well, what do you "How do you know you do, dear?" citizens are, however, proceeding ou the the U. S. Senate for a long time. Will give yon some low prices. do when you havo to hang ou to a strap able to "Oh, when you nro silly and unreasonprinciple that it is better to be a door our kind friend Smith, of the ML Vernon in th horse ears? Yonkers Statesman. keeper in the house of the Lord than Signal, please tell us what's the matter able I don't mind it half so much as I did at first." Detroit Tribune. dwell in tho tents of wickedness, even with the Smiths ? Niu mill 1 hen. No mxhht "ill tlie weather mild a greater remuneration. at TiiicnE is one Kentuckian at least who A Cilorloin Vlctorj. Let iMiloM-tliKloulni; 1,'utf Lawyer That a great victory Tlmn tlie cay anil 'lMy Iiu'Jms My The Tennessee House seems to need a will eat pie at tho White House. Dolly inino in getting wn3 man convicted of AVI1I oe praiiiili: on our pate. that aud speaker as bad as tho man thought ho Johnson, of Lexington, who atone time hanged. Clilmt'o Inter Ooran. jJkJAX. d A i JLi. Q &vvutj needed pistol in Texas. Mr. Davis, presided over the kitchen of that estabLayman But everybody says tho man who holds that position, has been dis- lishment, has been telegraphed to go was innocent. barred the practice in all tho courts of back at ouco and assume her old duties. Lawyer That's just it. That's why the State, forswinJliug a client, aud if Misi Johnson is a sable descendant of I'm so proud of it. If tho man was inno'Ihrre camo to my he doen not resign it is siid ho will he Ham and this recognition of her race cent, so much tho more glorious my vic- ary 4 DAY MARL, jil.ice 5 the 14th day c( Febru- n BOOXS-SE&IiEI- l. 4 or iai old, wlutf-iought to have self respect ought to convince the Kentucky negro tory, don't you see? Boston Transcript. deposed. He ol left f nil it nnd Ictl In nil Mar and mi. alxjul ijVJ hand hii;h. Owner can hae tier by that Mr. Cleveland is their friend. enough left to do tho former. The LargestStock to select from. Prices alwas as Lowas the lowpaying (or paituroKe an adverll'liu Itemed led I'orcet fill nest. II J Da KST, Stanford. 101 Mr. Newcomo (kissing his hostess) est. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. Skchktary Caiu.ibi.k has nppointed his Tins supremo court of Kansas, which Watches, Clocks andJJcwelry Repaired and Warranted. son Lcgau chief clerk of the treasury and lias a majority of republicans in it, has Thero's ono for mamma and ono for baby MH-liS- , Stevenson has made his knocked out tho populist House at one bister. Miss Una Waro (with apparent indig;t ; Stevenson, his private fell swoop and made a demnition moist nation) Why. Mr. Nowcomo, you forson, Louis Green McKIKNFA, Kr., secretary. These gentlemen might be body of it. The republican organization get yourself I Old Gold and Silver takenjin exchange for goods. convicted of the charge of nepotism, hut is pronounced tho only legal ono and Mr. Newcomo (delightedly) So I did. (Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal pafor tho fact that public office is now there seems nothing else left to the pop- Well, hero's ono for myself. Matrimoulists but to grin and endure what can't nial Gazette. I hope to merit a continuance considered a private snap. Having too much other Luilnem on hand to cr tronage in the past year, by polite at be cuied. after it properly, I will idl my Jmorile Milliat tontion, honest gooes and fair prices. Futliliiiiubli) Dlirereiu e. jm 'they have a capacity fo barrelt The McKinncy. Mr. IlKniiRHT, the now secretary of in good repair. It is a remarkable fact that Cleveland She There is often a vast difference of lluurrier (lay andforarocatb. balance inI willor cll 18 13 down for tho navy is tho first cabiuet officer who and his entiro cabinet are Presbyterians. between n boor and a bore. rnonthi, itli iuleret, or all in real eUtf. Berved in the Confederate army. With a Gresham is tho K 1. TANNKK.McKiiincjr. -100 Ho (fishing) And aro most men either oldest, 01, and Hoke republican' holding the highest seat in Smith tho youngest, ono or tho other? 38. They are nearSho (wearily) Well, a man is a boor the cabinet and a Confederato soldier ly all heavy weights, the whole kit, inDR. JOS. HAAS' crossing his legs under tho Bame table, it cluding tho president when he does not call ou us, and generand ally a bore when he does. Brooklyn Hog begins to look like the war io over sure weighing together something like a Englu. enough. " ton. Used Successfully Fifteen Years. An Uimiiineruble ArKumenU Thkbe is subtle humor aa well as Tub Mt. Sterling Sentinel makes the Father But you havo no means nnd Will iHtviie. nrevell's dlieate. rxnih Is keceiving His sarcasm in tho remark of a startling announcement that it has cut no prospects. If I give my daughter to wormt,arreit tough, iucrcasa the flesh and hasten penetrating Hop maturity. that the political complex- the Paris Kentuckian from its exchange you what is to become of her? contemporary 1'ricet.- Si. 50, $1 75 and 50 crnti per paclago; can fu 50. The largett pillages are Suitor Well, sir, you aro a wenlthy ion of the Senate is bottled in our fayor list. It ia to be hoped that tho incident WA.K.,.BNXVi it begins to look as if wo would will not precipitate another civil 'war in man, and you nro surely not going to seo and ' our midst." Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. GK c me your dnughter stnrve. New York Press. autilord, Ky. 97. have a majority in tho now cabinet. call. SfeMI-WEEKLY lNTERIORjOUKNAL Do-Boj- o, WALTON, w ATCPI1ED jlcco; V SIX PAGES. our elegant line of NECKWEAR just received in and Mason- With even S10 Suit or upwards will you free charge handsome Tie or pair of Suspenders. With (very Boy's Suit of Collar, one Neck With every Child's Knee Pan Is Suit one Windsoi Tie. SPECIAL OFFER, For this . fcagi-ua- t have decided Cotton continue our Jlliwlin Sale for Uiti week. r t.j Jaonsaaic at ana n ..- dc 1 1 LOOK AT OUR CHEAP TABLE. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. -Knt-clifT ,, day-celebr- ated WANT : 400 : LADIES STEPHENS & KNOX7 Tor-chons, Woll-nlon- g, 's 1 1 I thcm-vlvcs- , d "Y-yes- ." - J7. 1.-- - Below : Competition. Ai-I- . m M'KINNEY BRO'S self-risin- r . jnt WE KEEP THE BEST BRANDS hac 1 McKINNEY BROS. e ui.i.vtl A TP1R! TSTTXTW US.. jjl. -- ESTBA7. lo-.1 DRUGGIST AND JEWELER And d.i.-tcr- Vice-Preside- nt FAVORITE Ensjraviiijj Ilcautifiilly and Artistically J)oue. FOR SALE. lf n 1NNY one-ha- lUIURUPLEY,-- t, & Poultry Remedy -. HXftitaMk - ,.chp. '' H i ' (utT-- 1. tWljWll-'-MKllHi- i CHURCH AFFAIRS. TjtBBun shone brightly Sunday and tho breezes were as balmy ai springtime, Dr. George lectured at tho Presbyll old cloudiness aud rain It is reported at Junction City that but the yesterday and more resumed terian church lastnlghton '"Sabbath Ob ato pre- servance. Stanford, Ky., Fkiiuuaky 2S, lS&tf Kill tor Fox will remove bin printing of- thoirswny colder dicted, with weather to day. Churches arc asked to contribute to fice- to that placo and rovivo tho DemoMain Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in crat. the building of n Methodist Church at of W. T. Stuudeis Tin: tt,o.wAiTON,BUB.ManaRer IIkt. W. A. Slaymakkii has rented tho killing caseJudgo Kgbcri is likelyfortotho Manchester. Shelby vil'e has subscribed of bo Walton house, about to bo vacated by tried again this court, and as CommonItev. A. V. Sizemoro will preach at PERSONAL POINTS. Mr. A. Hays, and will remove bis family wealth's Attorney John Sam Owsley, Logan's Creek next Sunday at 3 p. M. Jr., Is of counsel for tho defense, the Mm. Kmily Jonim Iiuh rcturncl from to it in a short time. Suncourt will havo to appoint a special pros- nnd afterwards on tho 1st and 3d I'incvillo. days. Xkws coiih'h from Lexington that Mrs. ecutor. Mhs. J. 11. Paiton Iihh boon qui to sick Itlchard Norwood has presented her husItev. E. J. Willis preached his fareor several tliiyt.. Col. i Hampton has a cash drawer well sermon at Turnersville Sunday nnd Spring Wagons. Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, band with a son and heir. Its grandJUt. W. K. Aii.noli) was ton ill to till father, Mr. F. J. Campbell, is doing aa which is a good tliinir, but on which he left yesterday to accept a call to the Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows his pulpit b'mulny. and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat will not try to get a patent. A hugocow church nt Parkland. well as could bo expected. Mim. John ISuukit, of Kansas Oily, ia bell is fastened to the drawer and in Tho sermon of Klder Joe Severance, Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Buggy and Wagon Mu. B. K. Wkaiikn, dealer in vehicles visiting MIm Itofrn Jones. pulling it out tho bell is shaken and Jr., at Preachersvillo Sunday is highly Harness, Saddles, Fields, Baled Hay, &c. Mim. 1. I. Nun.nkllky is confined to of nearly every kind, tells our readers in rings loud enough for him to hear across spoken of by thoso who heard it. He another column what he will do for tho street. of a sovcro nature. her bed by lllm-ftappeared at ease in the pulpit and hanthem. Head it and Heo him beforo you Mm. L. V. KmvAHDff, of Cincinnati, is opened a saddle and harness dled his subject with skill. I iiavk anything in his lino. visiting bur brother, Mr. Will Morclnud. buy shop in tho Vengor livery Btablo buildItev. G. W. Dennie, of Louisville SlsKtk Mk.nkkkk havo sold tho other ing and ask a share of tho patronago of who was run over by the railroad train, Mr. John M. IIrid had n severe hemorrhage Sunday, but was much better lot adjoining Harvey Helm's now hous- tho people of Stanford nnd vicinity. is now able to walk about, aud occasion-nallJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. es to K. G. Waller for $100 aud contract- John A- Hendren, an experienced workpreaches. He ih very cheerful and Mn. G. 0. I'otrm.i., of Adair county, Hnd ed to build ottagns for him and Mrs. man, will bo in charge nnd satisfaction and hopes to preach for many years yet. 1893. daughter aro visiting at Milton and The- Harris at about 31,'JOO each. will be guaranteed. I. M DrucoTho quarterly meeting will bo held odore Powell's. at the Moreland Methodist church Mar. Full corpi ofContcrvatory nn.l Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and Mu. A. C. Sink is lining up n store-rooAn. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnlihrd on application. Tin: prospect for a full houso for the Moreluud Mit. J. II. Hai.f.s went to and 5. Dr. II. P. Walker, presiding ciin the old Commercial Hotel build- Noss Jollity Company is good as we go yesterday to assist King k l'rowitt in ing for Mrs. Kato Dudderar and Mrs. Po to press. Th6 troupe gave four perform- der, is expected to bo present. Services their nuw store. p. m and Sun kit; T. Courts, who will open up a inilin-er- ances in Chattanooga nnd the papers Saturday at 10 a. m. and 7 ON TO- Mits. M. I). Ham., and Master Jim Hall day a. m. nnd 7 p. m. and mautua-makin- g establishment speak in tho highest terms of them. of Junction City, wcro guests of Mm soon The Catholics aro becoming more There are nine members of the family and Itaunlo Utirk's Sunday. more aggressive in this country nnd Grotkii Clkvklanji, inaugurated pres and each is a bom as well us an educated they are evidently determined to push Mirsut GkOnoiA I.kwih and Mauglu lllshop aro visiting tho family of Mr. ident tOl Bt, 117th, 101 st, ISth, IK!, :id, musician. their religion away to the front. A speWho have 1th. Mr. John Ilright hands us the Will Swopo, in Lexington. The Somerset Republican says that cial to tho Couriir-Journn- l from New above and wu promise each and every Mr. Shcpperd telegraphs from Sherman, Brunswick, N. Mu. It. H. C it a ft, of London, Ih lion, J., states that the Catho! not bo much to attend court as to see reader who sonds In tho proper solution Texas, that the man who claims to have lics of Now Jersey havo made a move to a lock of his beautiful red whiskers. some courting matters. after Auderson, the assassin of IMitor Itucker, put their parochial schools under the In all departments. Whether you go to the inauguration or to the Mini Katb Landman, of Lancaster, An item is going the rounds, started by r el uses to till where he is. and wants support and supervision of tho State World's Fair, you should come and see our aud Mr. I'tter Pope, of Iloyle, aro guest the Harradsburg Democrat, thct Judge $r00 down and a guarantee of $1,000 ad school authorities. The action is said to of Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Hutching. Saufley has abolished the olllce of jury ditional to be paid on his conviction. A be directly in line with the piopaganda Mrs. 0. 1). Powell Buffered a nivero commissioner. Ho has no such power, committee of citizens is endeavoring to enunciated by Mgr. Satolli, tho Apostolfall tlio other day, which hurt her knee but he thinks when a good sheiill is in get up a guarantee fund nnd have Anic delegate to America. no badly it had to receivo surgical utten-tioiOf beautiful, cheap goods in all departments. Wc arc headquarters office ho can get butter men for juries derson brought to Somerset. Mrs. IJille, an aged women of Jellico, for all classes of black and fancy Dress Goods, Spring Novelties in than the commissioners can under the Tiik house of Misses America and Lou- was found dead in her room and it is Miss Kov Pk.nninuton and Mr. P. K. old methods. Woolens, Silk and Wash Fabrics. Prepare for Spring now wnile you isa Hughes, near McCormack's church, supposed that htr daughter murKemp, of MiddK'HlMjro. ramo down to at can get choice stuff. All kinds of White goeds; everything in White In sii item printed in a recent issue was broken into Boveral nights since and dered her. tend tho Tacky party given bythoMlcflea of this paper tolling how a Stanford man several shots tired into it. Policeman G. Spotted fever has broken out afresh and Colored Embroideries and Lace's, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, &c. Alcorn. a Danville dude out of town I1. Helm, of Danville, located the parties in Marshall county. There havo been had run Mm. John S. Wklli left Sunday for a with a slick, there was no Intention to and with the assistance of Deputy Sher- eighteen deaths nt Olive, and peoplecon-tinuKtot-idvisit of several weeks to relative in relied on the gentleman's handsome iff Mencfee, arrested George Kly, Silas to leave the county. and tho giHn All refuse to ho comand Will Marcum. Kly conferryoung wife. The difficulty wai tho re- Mer-seThe populist mombers of the fight Is one continued selection of good goods ac Low Prices, both for laforted. dies and gentlemen. sult of a former inttMindcretaiiding be ed and said they were on n frolic and ing Kansas Lecislathre havo decided to Mim. It. C. KniiliimaN wai taken to wanted to scare tho women. parties. the d their House and go into the 0110 Lexington Friday night, to have a tu- tween organized by tlm republicans. accompamor removed. Dr. Carpenter Cimi'tT Count. Just after tho clock IIisu. Joe Payne, a Jellico negro, The title of a claimant to a land nied her. made a criminal ns&iult on Mits Nannie ptruck 10 yesterday morning, Judge M. Come and Reap a portion grant of C0,000 aens, in Arizona, said to Now, buying Spring and Summer Goods Mil. J. O. ItKYNOLIH, of ItockCAfatli, Cecil, a white girl of that C. Saulley took his seat aud ordered bo ot the Harvest. worth over $12,000.00", has been conwho had a tumor removed from bin arm place, but ho will never do it any more. Deputy SheritrS. Mencfee to open r.t by a number of Stanford surgeons, ia A mob took him and broke his nuek on court. That oflicer came forward and in firmed by the Court of Land Claims Santa Fe. able to bn out. Saturday night. Hefore being strung up stentorian tones, which showed considThe Uridgatown N J ) Suicido Club, Mijj. Amkiuca Hailuv, of Hnsionvil'c, ho confessed his crime and prayed with erable tremulousnehs, said: fifty strong, wLich is to hold a banquet iind a severe hemnrrhnge from tho nofo the fervency such an occasion would Hear he! hear ye! Tho circuit court every Washington's birthday, and to Saturday laataud ban siuro been very naturally producu. He also gave the of tho l.'Uh judicial district of the State draw lots as to which member shall kill feeble. Tho blood camo in a constant names of tho brutes who outraged and of Kentncky, sitting within and for the himself within a year,' has been organllow for nearly four hours. murdered Miss Mildred Bryant. Three county of Lincoln, is now in stssion, the ized. Diiyk, daughter of Maj. persons are implicated,' including Len Hon. M. C. Saulley, judge, presiding! Mifd Minnik Six men were drowned while trying I. M. Drye, is visiting relatives at The grand jury was then selected and to rescue the crew of brig Tyc, who was recently acquitted of the ' Knterpriiiu a stranded in Mies crime, and it is aaid that a mob will sworn in as follows: A. Hunn, W. H. Lebanon a storm oil' tho Massachusetts coast. Dryo's picture adorns tho last Insuo of again present him with a hempen neck Dudderar, W. 1'. White, J. S. Young, It crew were subsequently landed, but tho Illustrated Kentuckian and aIiowb lure, the next time for keeps. He was L, I'orter, A. K. Denny, George W. Kv- - Tie it is thought the veesel, which is loaded As we have 'had such unbounded success in our her to b unusually handsome. swung up once beforo, but let down on ans, J. M. I tail, J. 1. ISrown, 11. T. isusn, with sugar, will be lost. (.5. Wkuii, of Stanfonl, Iihh Col W. S. M. Chandler, David Kubanks. Judge his protestation of innocence. Shoe Sale, wc will continue it yet a little longer. Already has commenced the steady strong backing for tho Surveyorohip of Saulley then appointed Mr. Hush fore- march of a vast multitude upon the conA. C. Alvkkhon, who robbed the the Port. He experts to go to WashingWill also offer a lot of sample Shoes just being reman and said that he had for a Capital of our Nation. It is probable ton within the next two weeks and will tribution basket of the Fifth and Wal- long time regarded the formal charge to by tho end of this week thero will H. F. JONES & SON. ceived. push bin claims with unusual vigor. In nut street Methodist church, Louisville, the trrand jury useless. It originated in that be more people in Washington City than thin city, ho says tho Post, pleaded guilty to the England, from which most of our jurisa recent letter to a friend in ' v ever before la her history. stated that ho felt sum of winning and indictment and consented to a punish- prudence was obtained, and was made to that necessary oJTTj that ho will remain on tho track until ment of live years. A verdict because many of tho laws NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. effect was rendered by the jury without were not written, fn this country grand tho race ia over. Louisville Critic. leaving their Beats. Prosecuting Attor- jurymen are of stilllcient intelligence to ney Parsons indicted Alveison under a know what constitute crimes, wrong in CITY AND VICINITY. special act, providing punishments for themselves, or those which are prohibitSum; Cimk. Itheumaticringat Dunk, those who desectate churches, chapels, ed, aud the charge was as a general thing A hate sold my farm uml will mute to etc-- , and not on the charge of grand or Marcn ijt'ti, I ill lull lo ih highest bidtho Jeweler's. Get one. a waste of time. The Legislature had miles fruni Middleburs, on A. C. SINK der at our place J. X.MENErEK petit larceny. The limit of puinshment made it his special duty, however, to lloAitiiEM-wanted by the tUy or week, prescribed under the special act is very 1893, charge concerning tho running of tracor transient. Mrs. T. M White. high, and rather than take chances on a tion engines on public highways, thelaw The following pmonal property: Two ciiod Mare Colt, by Liberty WilUe, by a A NVk Koom to rent on ground tloor. trial. Alverson consented to a sentence prohibiting such running, unless they Hone Cult, son ot (corKo Willcs; one ot live years. Alverson was very peniPrivate entrance. Call at this olllce. aio preceded by a messenger Q yards to by a Waterloo hone; i good mure in foal to a sool hutse; tvtogood saddle Horses; eight Mare Mule sentent and wept bitterly while being Tho Coltit; a i;ood work Mules-- Horse Coll by Liber, warn travelers of their approach. Don. Strayed or stolen, pointer pup. tenced. HedeMTves punishment, but ty Wllkvs; fine Mare 5 years old, a good driver; law against merchantseellingcigaretteato Denmark Horse, years old and a el broke; 3 Ueward for return. Al. G. Htill'man. the church in prosecuting him so strong- persons under 18 years of age was also Cows aud Calves;i 30 Ewes and Laiiibi; 10 or or is ly again demonstrates the raiity of chris- called attention to and upon tho subject ilK,i5lH1 bit. Corn, and a great many other things Fort Hknt. Tho Capt. Galneo Craig he offered that are not 011 this bill. will tian chanty. All ums of $10 and under, cash; 0er Termsof whisky selling the judge made one of house and lot on I'ppor Main street. that amount a iredit of six months. temperanco lectures we have J W McWHOKTEK. Tacky Pamty. Tho handsome resi tho best 10J P. M. McKoberts. was the listened to in many a day. No matter dence of Judge J. W. Alcorn Desirable property on Foil Sunt. par- how people may honestly differ on the scene of the most ludicrous-lookinOur facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, arc Danville- street. Korteunv, Vc., apply ty of people Friday night that over as- means of suppressing or minimizing tho to Dr. or Mrs. J. H. Owsley. country, no unsurpassed- McKlNNEY, KY sembled in this section. The occasion greatest evil that atlllctsour tin, tAti(ltr..--Park Hand rcnlizeda sur- was the meeting of the Glee Club with sane man...would controvert the latter as ............... Tiik Linnletta . .U.... alitv iitrittmiit Hotel at Mi- plus of JO out of their oyster suppei Misses Annie and Mary Alcorn aud it HtfltlUll. We lltive tried UlO SUVenil KIUUS K nnry and hare attached a ami high First-Cla- ss glveu at tho Tribblo House, Junction woh a memorable one. The members of means to lessen tlio evil Bar and Fool Eoom. EsKH9 now bcii'K Riven u trial. were arrayed in ancient and grotesque City. Hotel uml Have repaired and attiro and each costume waa a study. To pecial attention waa called to tho bonds am better than ever refurnished the BUY TIIK CELEBRATED on my laundry will bo sent complete the similitude a "upper consist into which tavern- - keepers enter when Fhom now oo Tuesdays and leturiied on Thursdays, ing of butter milk, corn bread, sassafras they are granted lieeuho nnd thn jury Prepared to Accommodate the Public. Liuudry not called for in 'M daya will tea nnd ginger bread was served at an was charged to hold them to tho letter. be sold to pay laundry charges. Jesse J. early hour. Thero wcro 13 couples pres Gaming is usnnlly practiced in tlu'ho attention toCommercl.il Men. .Kill I'. W GUU X, Proprietor. Thompson. nnd that must also bo ent, besides some extra young gentleJOE ( ARSON, Manager The law pays no bar owner was very dillicult to decide Tiik now Stmifuiu Hand gave Its liist men, and it and who were entitled to the prizes for hav- or tender phnll Hell a man more whisky street performance Saturday night judg- than in necesfary. Opinions may dilfer acquitted itself most creditably. It is ing the tackiest costumes, hut the W. Al- as to whether a single drink is necepsa-rv- , Hurch, Mis. J. going to be tho crack organization of es Mis. Stephen but tho judge, thought that tho law corn, W. H. Higgins and P. K. Kemp these parts. llnally awarded them to Miss NellioSlay-make- r meant that no intoxicants should beeoid W. H. Hickiinh has been trading again. and Mr. Will Severauee, tho for- to u man showing any signs of intoxicaOlive Points, three for Si. of a half mer receiving a pearl handle tion or to an habitual drunkard. The His lateBt transaction is the sale aud tho latter a package of cigars, charge was listened to by a court room interest in his erocery store to Dr. J. K. for a good bonus. The firm which were presented in au appropriate full of people, who were much pleaded VanAisdale will bo Higgins & VanAifdale. speech byJMr. P. M McKoberts. Re- with its nlaiu and forceful delivery. . line trotting stallion, Naboth, will male a season at Mr, J K ll.iiiKhmxn's, in the Wist After cnllini! over tbuold emmy docket ' short ,,r UaiipkntkrIi making an ef freshments of a more modern nature KrJ ' Dn. J.G. were enjoyed at tho proper time and con- and hearinir from tho counsel on those fort to havo the poor bouse removed to sisted of turkey, salads, pickle, icecream, cases to bo submitted, tho court adthis neighborhood and havo an intlrma coffee, crackers, fcc. Tho regular mem- journed at nooii till thin morning, when His ervic Is limited to It, select marts. callrv attached, to bo provided and support MS. IS.irUMMAX. ,03 bership was increased by tho addition of the Commonwealth's docket will be Ho has al ,i uv nrivatu subscription. col...Dealers In. while ed. G. il. Cooper reported Mlsfles Nellie and LizzieSIayinaker, ready raised, without much effort, $200. Miss Fox Pennington aud Mr. P. K. lected on licenses, tar on deeds, kc. J. guests T. Bailey f 25.50 tax on suits, seals and Wit havo jnst added to our clothing Kemp, of.'Middlesboro, were the Uailey jury fees and Judgo W. K. Varuon $7 50 Clindwick, Chaduick, Co.'s Trustee, 'sAc . Plaintiff Uallpy Hi Co Crs., fcc , ngalnst department one of the handsomest lines of the Club. All speak of the superb Xotice to Creditors, Defts. In rnaainiprrs irom ouu ui mo manner in which the Misses Alcorn en- tax on petitions. f nln claims against ChadwicL, All persons hutinj; highest praise and thank Wastbi). A fancy Baddle mare. lUilcy V Co , Chadwick ,V Edinistnti, Jjmc T. most fashionablo tailors in the country, tertained in the or John K. Ilailey am heartily for an evening of unalloy- must be fine; for tho show ring. J. K. Chadvslclc same, properly verified hereby notified and proven, us and if wo fail to suit you in our clothing thorn to file the ed pleasure Misses Tipton, Howard, Brooks. Harrodaburg. by law, tocether with anv writings with rctiuircd wo will take your measuro department the undersigned Master Commissioner of thn very Worley, Summers and Whitman will enon or It is reported that President Harri-so- Lincoln Circuit Court, hearingbefore the itofday .if and havo your suit made to order at of evidence such March, iSo wheuthe al ready made tertain next time and we learn will do so is to be otlered tho chair of Plows, and Most Anyclaims wlllbe closed little more than tho cost of a Queonswaro, ; M. DAVISON, University, at n Law at Chicago goods. at the Coffey House, instead of at tho in Farming Bult. Come and examine theso Lincoln Circuit Court. Master Con'r 2u) salary of $25,000 n year. College. Hughes & Tate. &MI-WEEKL- Y INTERIORJOURNAL TiMoniY Heed, red top Heed, oatfl millet at W. H Wearen & Co '. and Bo K. WEAKEN 9 r ... .. Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards. s Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January 24th, y - - m 1 y -- 1 1 n HUGHES & TATE'S, INAUGURATED LOW PRICES GRAND i. DISPLAY - in-la- o u, OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT - r Crowds Are Rushing' Into Our Store ( HUGHES & TATE. litis-tonvlll- 4 FUBI.IC SAX.E. w.' 1 Middle-bur- p s Friday, March 3d, , 1 1 SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. ! - ,1 1 Commercial I '..,-v . Hotel, .... ,,'. . We Carry a Full Lin of Buildors Supplies. VULCAN Chilled Plow. 'II NABiL'Ho Every One Warranted. W. H. WEAREN & CO. W'"-"1"- fihoe-but-ton- . M-- At $40 to Insure. FARRIS & HARDIN, Lincoln Circuit Court. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, thing Wagons, Implements. n Concti-tution- Stoves, ,- - . Ifcji . - - IflUfSVUfe!,; hm Interior Journal AT OLD AMD NEW. Semi-Week- ly iMwwpwwwiwwiwtwwwW'iw,,?y.. ubllshod Every Tuesday and Friday j?ii ha O, sometimes gleams upon our sight, Through present wrong, the eternal Right. And step bj step, since time began. Wo see the steady Rain ol man. PRIIYKVUIX ADVANCK not so paid S2.SO will U charged.-S- w K.o. LOCAL TIME CARD. returning Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. ra., 5:10 p. m. I. &N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tJ3Pn South Si P xpress train " South Jm North 7 Local freight North..- .5 Souths The latter trains also carry passengers. Solar The ahove Ucaleulated on standard me i about to minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. " ,1 tram going North. " i3 Our common, daily life devine, And csery Itnd a Palestine. Through the hstsh noises ol our day A low. sweet prcludo finds its way J Through clouds of doubt and creeds of fear, A light is breaking calm and clear, Heuceforth my heart shall sigh no more Per golden time and holier store. God's love and blessing then and there, Are now and here and everywhere. J. G. Whiftier. m That all of good the ptst hath had Remains to make our own time glad, . SURGKON DKNTIST. covcrv waltzing to washing it cured ins who win. i" , McUibeits Drug Store In tho new OiTicoover thut sho reit?rb fiin" ".... Owsley lluitdlng. uern and ui ..- - physician-- ..... .;--moiil diahi'8 U one of the ni) stents. Galves- other remedies aus-- . cveral "ei'had dune Ilsnfotd. ......,.-..,..- -, her no goon ton 2uwh. ,1 ..i . ... Ik.......... I, .lull ........... .....ii.itj ur mir Tho brantiPH nntl virtues of women claims that him more good than am IhlPK be ever used for ij Lung l roUDIC virtues nml beauty of ,.:. Kniilc xt A.luimnK are superior to tho R. IVnnv's drug store. Large FIRE AND STORM Is Ironies and $1. ; hut a woman ugly ami wicked men 50c Evory Houan. It Should Woman. I a I.- It. WiUen. rmClw street, Shatpsburir, ih- ,;:. '. uc .. ..i.... n- - lt.mi. 'Vmm . ihwj " and Colds, that Why nntnro built a young woman fo sys no win not for Consumption, Coughs Do In A. S. PRICE, -- iz: ikh ii.ii Ccmes to you every oilier day In the year Thecheapest and best paper cue gets it thtro months in Kentucky Address Tim Ahvocatk, Dinville, Ky. THE ADVOCATE lorouly$2 no ....... J. II. BAUGII9IAN, more wicked than tlio ugliest an most wicked of men. Alphonsu Karr. There Is a sentiment in all women, and sentiment gives delicacy to thought But sentiment nnd tact to manner. with men is generally acquired as an of tho intellectual faculty, not as, with the other sox, of tho moral. is uglier ami 1 oil-spri- 31" tin. Train pass Junction City us follows: 1, Limited, 11:1s p. m. No. Special, arrive 8 40 p. m. No. 5, , J. & C. Special. 11.17 n. m ; No 7. Fast Mail.ar. rises ia!o p. m , leaves a:o5 p. m. p. . Blue-GraNorth-bound-N- ?I1 No. in. a. Q. & C. Special, 3'ao 6, Limited, 3:15 a mj 4 leaves at 6a. in.; No. p. 8, Express, arrives 11:01 p. in., leaves 1:15 And scents the purple morning's breath, May in the shades of evenlug's tail. And bend In cilrason head In death; And fairer ones amid tho tomb May like the blushing rose decay, mind shall bloom, Hut still the n lud-t- hc When time and nature lade away;. And then amid a holier sphere. When seraphs bow, with deepest awe, Where sits In majesty severe, The author of eternal law, The ransomed of the earth with joy Shall In their robes of beauty come, And find a test without alloy Amid the Christian's happy home. The rose tha' blooms in Sharon's vale, HtllwiT. The bird that oats on highest wing Iluilds on the ground her lowly nc ; And she that doth ruot sweetly slotf Sings in tho shade when nil things rest; In lark and nightingale we see What honor huh humility. ' Tho maid whose manners are retired, Wl.n. natient. waits to bo ailuiireti, ...ul !. Though overlooked perhaps a while .s. Her modest worth, her modest, smue, k. Oh, sho will Und, or soon or late, A noble, fond and faithful mate. Paulding. He who (Litters women most, pleases them beat ; and they are most In love with him who they think Is most in love with them. No adulation ia too strong for Mr. C F.Dayls, editor of the llloomfield. Iowa,s can recommend Chamberlain Farmer, says: them ; no assiduity too great; no simula- Cough Kemedy to all with colds and past other croup. I have ued it In my lamily for the usee! tion of passion too gross; as, on the It the best I ever Tears and base that can two die purposes (or found It is ,Intended ' soc which hand, the least word or action far Drugffst, hottl.afor.alcby W. II. MeKol-crtipossibly bo contrued into a slight or btanioro, iy is unpardonable ami never forgoLord Chi'bterfield. tten. 1 This remedy Is becoming so well known and so Representing popular as to need no special mention. All who hale used Llcettic Hitters sing the same song or Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; ...,...- - mM.ttrlni. iin . nnt pxist and it Is :.. guaranteed to do all that U claimed. Electric Manchester, of Manchester, Kntr.; ,,1!,"7-- . tfittur will cure 1111 Pimple, ney. ttt tcmovo .........I l.a.IlotU.balt lilnotl ! and Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Will . rr ...... f s'j Imnurs tuner aiivt-iii- i drive malaria from the system and prevent as America. . " wcllascure au maiariai Indigestion, try - Klectrlc Ins. Co. of North Constipation and Companies. I w mild All of which are ltl.irrs. Kntire satisfaction guaranteed or money Pol. relundiHl. Prlc30C and i per bottle at A. K, he pleased to wait o n my friends in this line, totna- icies promptly issued. Will insure "gainst claus- Penny drug store. does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning .. .it. . i.....i nrArUnui I'ltv. Kansas. CSaltaCntM WHIlOIll SOUIlinniniiin. Office at First National Hank, .Stanford benefit wishes to. give our nders .the ,.t A of his expert. . u nlil . corns, .. ..-" ne ." ence wltn early last spring ....... t vttled on myI lungs and that .mm i t ..'hn catiffhtan ..it.. ......... otherthst hang on all 1summer and left me with a . hack ng cougn wnicn inougni wtum m. ..r... rlu 01. i nau uku imiih'si with iiiiui success some fourteen years ago tnt iry 11 .Ih wis tt andconciuutu 10 bottleis my cough had left itii ard me through with one sulTeted with a cough or cold since. I have not s and all P."" I hive recommended it to oihc-MeKob well of it" 50cboltlrsforsalel1yW.il Ky. erts, DruggM, Manlord, EUctrlo Ulttora. INSURANCE AGENTS Houso and G or 8 Acres of Laud. I will rent privately my Houso and Lot near Stanford on the Danville pike Possession its en MRS FANNIK Dt'NN, March ist. btanlord, Ky. 100-t- f uirari .mii itm. ..!---- TO THE IAEIHIt3. am receiving one of the most elegant lines ol ILLLINLKY ever handled in Stanford, srkcl- ed with an especial view to the wants of this trade Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an trimmer, Is with mc tills season aud I guarantee everything to lx In the latest and aiost approved fashion 'the ladles air InvlUil so call and examine my goods, which 1 will take pleasure in shuwing. MISS LICCIlf. llKAZLEY. 63 I M first-cla- ss tape-rience- d '. .. ""'. 1 BANKS THE JEWELER, J. EC. HILT03ST kp 1 suffi-ier- s Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of cou-tem- pt Watches, Clocks ROWLAND, KY HARDWARE, DEALER IN GROCERIES, Ikwts and Shoes, Cigars and Tobacco. OhU ItlverSall for sale by the barrel. Will take country produce in exchange for goods at market price I sin also agent for ilia eild rehab e Ilrudhead Toa lull line nf there Bonis in baccos and will stock, and all I ask of the merchants ol Manlord and Rowland is to gite me their nrders and I will put tho goods In their housss at Factory prices. Thanking the public for liberal palronaje, 1 ask a coutlnuonceol same, anu remain yuur r J If. HILTON, servant. oi sr-iy- c. x. powEr-i.- , . ' nriiii :- in When Mary chose the "letter part," She meekly sat at Jesus' feet; And Lydia's gently opened heart Was made for God's own temple meet; Fairest and best adorned Is she Whoso clolhinj; is humility. Mre. Wobbles- -I shall never foiget, dear, how Idiotic you looked when you proposed to me. Mr. Wobbles (with emphasis)- -! tuts idiotic. When Ilnur wm alck, we pave, lier Ctutort. n iv Clilld. crld for Ofitotix. Whou .nm tshc beonmo tt 1J10 cluni; to Outerla. nwn fcho Iwul OilWwlj.ahe rrxetlicm Cattoria. Jewelry General 1 1 - Merchandise, And SII,YZSR1VARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Kngrsiving a Specialty. All goods sold engraved lte of charge cerYourpatroaiC. reipestfully soli tie. .Absolutely Pure der. HigLMt of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL'.BAKING POWDER CO., 100 A cream of tarter baking pow- Wall St., Now York. . New Crusher aud Bolting Cloth. . Having aided to my Mill a Corn Crusher, one that will grind cob and all and at the saute time to suit criud any otnrr kind of grain und mix it Woltine Hour any one. and also put in a new some good I a:n prepared to make you Cloth, llurr Rour; and am putting in a Meal Roll, will have it realy in a week or so. 961m J.H. HRIUI1T. JDJTtt!?- - little EthelridaV" "Dearest," h responded fervently, Notice to the uTraveling Public. "anytning, everything. I would willing. .. .1 have had ly, oh, so willing'', Buller any pain for HOUSE you "Are you sure, GeorgoV" she asked tVAtfsrlind repainted and nicely furnished andHo. jl one or the best sa- with the insistence of doubt. '.lave in connection with ' loons in the State, open day and night; anight "Sure as the stars do shine, darling." man meets all trains. Iu connection with House wells la the htati have also one of the best Mineral Again that step. Mrs and for reference to ater, call 011 Mr. Iand d In- ;. V. Patrick. Louisville, Mr aud Mrs. ley "Then, George," 6he said with a little . tfram, Erin, Term . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. papa'h coming." Mrs. I). E. Proctor, C H. Kraum. Mr. and 1!. T. "Vs. sob, "get ready, for Johnson, Rowland, Mr and Mrs. K Hamilton. Aud tho craven coward skipped. NewlJaren.JimCox. Greensbur. Rates Jl pel Baltimore Telegram. J. M. '' I will open on January ith, jSpj a Dairv from which 1 can supply any quantity ol lersey milk to the people of Manlord aud Row-.an- d at tho lollowlug price, delivered K'rh 10 cents Fresh Milt, per gallon Tha young man henrd nothing except cents 10 Sicimmed Milk, pir gallon 8 cents the beating of n fond heart. Mutter Milk, per ol the 'George," she murmured, "what Itr.ll male two trip'1 dally. The patronage G. A. I'Ks ION. public Is solicited. for your Stanford, Ky. would you do to show your love r. stole round her yielding waist. The law takes no cognizance of this clas of stealing. XoW.y does, if proper precautions are observed, except the two interested parties. Oh, love ! Oh, rapture ! Ho had told her the 6weet words over ond over again, nnd bho coyly cooed them back to him. A step wa3 heard in the hall. That is to say, it was heard by the This isan expression the traveling public y Tho weight of glory bows him do n use when they find somethiug that is eact-most when most his soul ascends; The This expression apptles diwhat they want. Nearest the throne UseU must be rectly to the Wisconsin Centrat Lines, which Is The footstool of humility. now admitted by all to be "The Rnuto' itora ChiPrinted in affectionate remembrance of a loving cago to St. Paul, Minneapolis Ashland, Dululh-an- d wife, from her own selections. all points la the Northwest. Their double daily train sen ice and fine equlpxent offers in A Story of Devotion. ducement which can not be surpassed. This Is the only lino running uoih through Pullby tho flickering fire, They sat lato man First Class and Tourist Meepets from Chlca light. go to Pacific Coast Points without change. Her head was nestled on his heaving For full information address your nearest ticket agent or James C Pond, General Passenger and and mauly bojoin, and softly his arm Ticket Agent, Chicago, III. gen-era- llj The saint that wean heaven's brightest eiown In deepest adoration bends; And Country Produce, and Is ready tu serve ihe pcol of Manford and viclmtr. lie is offering unheard of llargalns and all who want good goods at the lowest po.sible rices should sail on hun on lgan Asenue as opened Ins stexk of goods Just tho Thing. guaranteed to giv cd $ cents or moVey refunded Ky. Krr sale by A K. Pennv, Sunlnrd. JAMKS YK.M.KR. THOMAS UuoUUn'a Arnica Salvo. lor IhebcMsiUelu the world seres,cuis. bruisei tetter, chapfever soies, uleers, salt rheeim, corns and all skii. crip ped hrnds. chilblain", no lion, and positively cure, rilei.or perfect W. C. KTJTCBIIiTaS, M ANKORD, KENTUCKY. WJ.; pr bos. Livery and Eced Stable, A 1 Nunnelley his liv Having ety busineM I saN bo fosisid at hlsuld stand ready to waitvn list puUU t au; time day or night Nolhibg but FIRST-CLASS YKAER. rhaslof YEAGEK & YEAGEU, LIVEAT, FEED iliD SALS ICY. STABLE, : TURNOUTS ping, no disturbance RIGS AND HORSES There's no reaction af. 1 Their effects lasts. They regulate and cleanse the s stem, lerward. Have been purchased and nothing but according to sue of dose. they're guaranteed turnouts will lease the stable. 4. They're the cheapest, formoney is retumtd. to give satisfaction or your You pay only for the good you s;et. 5. Put up In glass, are alwajs Iresh. 37 6 They cure constipation, indigestion, bilious attacks attacks, suk or bilious headaches and all derangements of the livrr, stomach and IkwcIs. Six points out of many where Dr. Pierce's Plessother pills ant PcllcH are better thanaud easiest to take-lit- -tie 1. They're the smallest granules that every child takes rC. 1 n'ey'te perfectly easy in their action-- no grisugar-coated STANFORD, lll be as shall lease my stable and my prices low as the lo est Dn't forget my Sianfora and -- in IU land 'Lu line Ho-io- lUock aud are well supplied with Wc are in our newslableln the Opera , r staatr jie. T r (LAIKI NEW BsraPMrara!eBirflraVrKk.raW STRilTJB& CO., .PkACIKAL- firit-cla- is Give them n Call. Plumbers UUalraraVlBWsl V" r"-'I- and Steam Fitters. dlffeietit I offer at private sale all of ilie esl and perseflila with rliematlsm and tried a number of to do him remedies, but says none of them seemed properly now under my control. coiiHsiing of hold of one tha speed- well selected any Kood but finally he got ily cured him. He was much pleed with it and sure that othe.s similaily afflicted would like of General to know what the remedy xsas that cuted hirt. He states for the benefit of the public In my store reom in the town ot Crab Orchard, called Chamberlain's Pain Italm also the W. II. Mc Roberts, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. V. Dory, ol Warsaw, III . was t'eubled ITOTICE. .' Iiealtrs In all kinds of Iron and Ilrass Coods for of all kinds. Alt steam and water Sunitary work guaranteed against, defective material aad 37 wisrkmaushlp t;ls ft'' Stock JJrick Merchandise, two-sler- y THE SKELTON Few MorelBuUtiinjr Lots In ihe corporate limits of Rowland. . DA.RST. Rowland II For Sal I Store-Hous- e I Occupy and . Lincoln Circuit Court. Jacob Nance and Elizabeth Name. F.x - 1.nMU ll. rirjitium """ Upon wliliu I now plitc. nl.oiit H "t'e C"b 't"lrd cu Jhtf turnpike, coutainlnr, J Lancasterand Crab Orchard about too acres. This is all dejirable properly Possession given and will be sold at a bargain immediately. All persons I hase claims against, they must mske immediare hereby notified that J It- - IA1 I! . Mr. ate settlement. Crab Or.haru, Ky. 9$.,m i.l-- ... the Farm - MORELANIJ, WILLIAM In abose Dealer the iilr . s Farmers Rank&Trnst Co Is new tuliy OF STANFORD :Y.. orgsnucd and ready fr business wita Piiid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000. -- 't 000. Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hog3 '' , Solicited. Stock Cattte and Sheep n specialty ii ii.v.ii.. .n. .if tlm liavct e ribeil stoik for sale or wishtii to purchase same, will da well to call on or addrvsa me An esnerlence of fifteen ears In this business lias been of pretit to me and i thmt I can make it profitable both to the buxer addn-xioii Stsnford, Ky. and seller I' Office at the Myers House. SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL IIANK OK STAN! OKI), NowcUsiog up) with Hit same assets and under I he same manigvraont. lly provisions of Its chaiirr, dptitnis are as fully protected as am depositors in Natlooil HanUs, it slmcholdtrs being held Individually liable to the cstont et the amouLt of their stock value therml, in addition to th Iherrin at the smount invested in such shsies. It iiiijr eiesutor, administrator, truitre, Ac, as fully as in individual To those who cntrtisted theif bnisiness ta us while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank el Stsnford, we we here under our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, otfrring as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years espenince I banking andas liberal accommodations as are continent with sound banking. pr xtii t W.KProp. DR W. B. PENNY Dentist. Omc boutn s.de Main street, in office recto racated by Dr. L. F. HuffiuJin, Stanlord. Ky. Thepetioners base this day filed their petition said court, asklni; that said in the clerk's ofhee otempowered to use, enjoy, l Elizabeth Nance be and convey for her own benefit any property she B may own or acquire, free from the debts or A stout man got on an Avenue of her husband: to make contracts, sue snJIn horse-ca- r tho other day. sued as a single woman, trade In her own name by will "r dee I day," he said to a stranger, who and dispose ofher proper either ol said action "Wet ordered that It is furtherm the Interior notice Journal, a newspaper be published was sittitm near him. lor ten days, (.isen published in Stanford. "Hev,"said the other. under my hand this "Wet day," B.Id the first, a little Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court -- Kuity. Patte In .T W. kWriW llff !ES rWss j ssjsssr HUSTON VILLH, KY., PRYE !. 5I-AVk- louder. "Excuse me, I'm a little deal and hardly caught your meaning." extraction Tof teeth and other l'or "I said, 'It's a wet day,' " howled the irtu have linor surgery. F. B. BIL.EY,lProprlotor. K. C.MORGAN, U.U .a. f.it man.VulriK red in the face, as the from their other passengers looked up , ....,, n.u. Itr.ielland . am better papers. . ... how much you must prepared than ever to accommodate the "Ah. ves, yes; . every couveuier.ee ce- Good Liscryattachwl and i' .it. ii. t pay. r ive cents, ina. h uie uuc. tired, litse me acau, CIVIL FRANK RU.EY. on" the 77 Whereupon the fat man got Kentucky, car. A. C5. Lanhani B. Cattleman (if "Ves," said the deaf man gntlv, John Offers hi professi'iiut services to the people eignt years eaueiituj. thlssectlo... Has Had First "that's tho seventh mini within an hour to the busings. Refers can the found. lis of Manlord, where he that told me it's a wet day. P'raps they York 'cw imadne I don't know SALE. FARM World. THE 1 RILEY HOUSE 1 w make Offers Uarcains in all kinds of Goods for 30 days, in order to daily arriving, and room for his Spring Goods- My Spring Shoes arc far excel anything ever shown in llustonville In quality, workmanship I will close I have some Shoes and Uoots left over, which and style Huttons cj5c; Men s out very low Ladies' Pebble Huttons 75c; Kid Hoots ..5, Si. 50 Congress and Lace Shoes Si. 40, worth $2; Heavy of dark Calico at 5c. and S2. worth double the money. A nice line Hlankets and comforts li! K room J.J. Williams, Mi. Vernon; J, M Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Manford; S J. F.mbry, Stauford; j. K. l.ynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, .Millcelgcvtlle; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Goocb, Stanlord, Ky. 3 ll.ananit., i rc.iunii. Iltlght, Teller J II Owsles, Cashfci W. M n4n ." - Almost HAJLr rriUjiiA num A rbuckle's Coffee 25 c; l'ire Proof Oil 15c gallon and a great in all kinds of goods. bcr of Bargains too numerous to mention Terms 30 days to responsible parties. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. ENGINEER, - . Stanford, it.-N- FOR ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, Capital Stock Surplus fAttention of the public - $200,000 20. COO 4 jo AcrMon the l will sell privately my Stan-lorDanville & Stanford pike, three miles from of hsc with dwelling Itiswell iinpmved, necessary outbuildings; rooms, new barn and all rtlo has fu.e spring. Call on me ou the premises ' KE,,LKY. r6d,U... me at will start up next week a MILL on the Somerset Dike, eight miles from Stanford, and will have fee tof good Oak and Poplar Lumber for 70,000 safe I will sill at the moit reasonable rates and invite all who want Lumber to give me a call. JACOH HAKFUtiKR. (Utcnliesm. 8,M.n I X V LUIuDLK.SAW Falls Branch Jellico CoallCo., Minersand shippers of the GENUINE . ment will exhibit in its building at the World's I'nir, has arrived at tho Kair grounds. Eleven fremht cars were re quired to convey it across the coutineut. ItmenBures'.UOfeet long by 12:$ Ifeet in diameter. Tho section is hollowed out, divided into and when placed ou two stories and lighted, as it will he, it will form a rustic house large enough for a family to live in. The section from one of tho big California redwood trees, which tho govern- Insurance Gompany, AiN PliGW&o FILOWS We now have B AllBBK &CASTLEM A COMPLETE LINE Wo Fiio in steel and Of Oliver Chilled Plows, Huchcr & Giobs' Imperial Plows Commerce Building, Louis ville chilled and Malta Double Shovels. South. Agents throughout the Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are Rowland. Office road crossing. 6 THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., Tho captains of ships which carry bricks have to be very careful. An ordinary brick is capable of absorbing a the sole agents for .Stanford Jind o! Depot street and rul- - pint of water. So with a cargo of brick coruer in the hold ceriouB leakage may quite HIGGINS A WATTS. well iro on undetected, for tho water that gets in. j enters is sucked up as fast as it If this should be the case, tho consequences aro hound to,bo most serious. Nickle is a modern metal. It was not in use nor known of till 1715. It has now largely taken tho place of silver In plated ware, and as au alloy with steel it is superior to any other metal, for it is 17. A. TBIBBLB, Local Agoat, STANFORD, KY. FBJMKOCKBi) Crab Orchard, Ky. A ' a I !3 'Vj & ,'-"1 J I t W in it J i-- H, ZIDVCDVCEPi -- Dealer In- - J JOSEPH ICOFFEY, Pro'r. - Faney Groeepies, Fruits AIK is invited to thn fac that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an iinouut ciual to the stock, so that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of $on,ooo Five sworn statements of thecouditioii of the bank are made each yrarto the United States government and its assets are examined at slated times by government agents, thus si curing addititona siidperfcc I safety to depositors. 'I his institution, originally established as th. Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1838. then tied as the, National Hank ol Stanford in 1SC5 and the First National Hank ol tgain Stanlord in i$3i, bas had practically an uninterrupted eaistenceof is years. It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than cser before in its long and honorable career Accounts of corporatism, fiduciaries, films and indisiduals respectfully solic-teTh Directory ol this Hank 11 composed ot T, J. Foster, of Stanford; Korettus Reid, Lincoln county ; J.W. llayden, Stanlord; 'S.ll. liaughman, Lincoln; M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon; S T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Iloclcer, Stanford; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T P. Hill, Stanford. W. G. Welch, Stanford; W. .P.Tate, Stanlord. OFFICI.RS I. S. Docker, President; John J. McRulerts, Cashier; A A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. d. 0KeK worth or losely unisio tor forty Ill) panes, full aire, best t qu.slltr, sheet muslo of the mtert, most pon. (iiluritud spurklitig and vocal lusiruuieiital lil')CBS, iiiiiieuiosiuii:Kaiiiuiuii iinr. Iiicliidlng foiirlargu site portraits, vltt I'aderewskl f ('iiriiiencltd.tiieSiuiulslidaiienr; t thegruatC't plniilsti AdelU I'nttl, and Mrs. u nits popular 1'ui.iiit. iniiii iiuuciuauii. NKVV ltlltK MUSICAL KCIIO. lirouUHuv'iuuairo iiuiiauiK, n. 1. p It now flThli Hotel, renovated anl refurnlihed, is as to conduct in my charge and I mteud tr.nutation, it w add but to maintain its high fits long list ol friends. Special accommoda-?on- s commercial travelers and finl roouw.for for the dlsp!oy of samples. itself, but it not only transfers the same quality to steel ; even when combined as low as 5 per cent, it prevents oxidation. Saloon) AIFirst-Clas- s Niturod Harris, Sjr., au aged citizen Art BILLIARD and rOOLTOOJW.Jucl.l of Meiccr, died of tho hiccoughs. -- AT- Confectioneries. rMi in nn SlUsUU rentr. the Stat, Th..re are three of the best IMrbers'iurun neon, Room, There are also escellentltath Steam Laundry. nection. Age", lor Lei.ngiou Shop, Je3se Thompson's Barber Baker's Bread Always on Hand aC8C"DW-OQOO- a jfc4ifrt,M,,s,at"i.iJ . vMaaAsurrRfMgtL1 ti&Mi jasJiiw jaaaiga'jift'ijfc'-l-2- . aKt-t- ' - t. ji - . .. rV,- - i. -, It r L'Jg.OJ fU issprtM