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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893030701 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. rssJ,." jf Ti vol. XXI. Semi Weekly Interior STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MARCH 7. 1893. LANCASTER GARRARD COUNTY. i - Journal NO. 2 VSZ??E fc2ai- '. . WAI.Tr.il Q. flltKSIUM. DANVILLE. Mr. J. K. Mctiomlwin linn broke I.uxin ground for )iiH now ton Ave. Mr. nntl Mrn. I.ou!u Kite liuvo point In Dr. HoId'h jiropf tj to house-ket'pinn r-- hi rcwivwl a very M. (!. complimentary lottor from WaiiamnUcr on liis rvieis ns tur. Twi'tity-HuvTt- i capm' went itisueil from tlio policu court Friday. Pay, re. plevy or x to thu liiw Imm'ii p:twiil by An oritintmru the town council requiring tho thorough cleaniiinxof every privy vnull in town, mul tlio remov.il of all other caiisuh of 1 poHi-mia wnrk-liaiimt- on Hnl Strert. Mr. VnnlVlt Thu report that there would be a contest between the Ijincinter and Stanford bauds is all bosh. Our idea la to help oiio another mid have all tho fun in sight. The colored Odd Follows paraib d tho streets Sunday afternoon, afterward they went to the Methodist church to listen to a sermon from the Hev. Edwards. Hawaii ilotsn't seetii to have jumped into tho Union as fast us win expect ed by the friends of annexation. She lingers on tho "ragged edge of despair." Col. Robert G. Ingersoll's speech nominating James G, Maine at tho Cincinnati convention is comddcred tho masterpiece of oratory of the age. It is unfortunate, however, that eo many at tempts to imitate it continue to be imulo by speakers who nro called upon for a hko service. A ftpiritod controversy is going on as to who lives the longest, tho man who iikch intoxicating liquors or the one who does not. This is undoubtedly n ipies-tioof importance, but tbo longevity of a man is not of as much consequents as the amount of devilment he bus kicked up in a given time. ra'W mm v.v.y .' v fc Political and Other Matters In Wayne. (To the Ktlitor Interior journal.) Monticei.lo, Mar. L Making duo alof time belowance for the ilur-rence y- - ihlakt a. iirnnKct Mr. B. F. Hudson, cashier of tlio Citizens National Bank, has purchased tho Geortie Denny residence on Danville St. and will iiiovo bis family thereto this week. Jailer S. D. Hoth well, better known as "Big Ingiin," has five prisoners in jail to be tried at thu appruuehiug term of the rireuit court. They aro John Campbell and Joshua Die for Moi; Spillmaii, a coon who stoln Mrs. F. 1). (Jill's chickens; John Shanks, grand larceny; Sam Goodloe, malicious cutting and wounding; Jim Haiiglimmi, carrying concealed weapons and William McKee, horsestealing. Circuit Court will convene next Monday with his honor, JmL'o M. C. Sanlley on the bench. The docket is lighter than it lhs been for years. Wo will have a three weeks' term this time instead of two weeks s heretofore Circuit Clerk Mason gave us tho following memorandum of the work on band: Old equity suits, 120; old equity appearances, 21; old common law, II); new common law, 20; old Commonwealth's caseF, 70; new Commonwealth's cases, 2S Tho contesteil election case betwven W. II Mason nnd W. E. Broaddua for the circuit clerkship will be tried nt ibis term. Mr. WilMam Harris, of Carlisle, is on a visit to bis' parents Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Harris. Mr. William Brewer, of Danville was hern S'nuda). Miss Bello Walker, of Faint Lick, is the guest ot her sister, Miss Lizxio Walker. Miss Minnie Uucker, is visiting frienda in Faint Lick. Mr. Sam Joseph, n drummer of Cincinnati, is in town. Mr. E. B, Selvidge, left Saturday for Chattanooga. Mr. G. S. Gaines, and wlfo have returned from a visit to Danville. Mrs. Lizzie Smith, is viMting her daughter, Mrs. Moody Hardin. Miss Mary Holmes Ltisk, has returned to llnstonville. Mrs. Mary Woodcock, of DanviMo spent Friday with Miss Maud Mrs. Emma Ktiuil'iiun. Kobinson is visiting in Danville. bouse-breal.ing; v tween this and iho meld ian, I conjecture that at the momeut of Cleveland is this writing President-elec- t delivering his inaugural address. That he will deliver one of his cbnracteristi- c.illy strong and vigorous talks upon tho subject of tariir, taxation and pension frauds dues not, however, lie bo much in conjecture. Tho country is prepared for ' this and reasonably expects it. Indeed, there will bo gmn disoppointment it when the addicts is given forth by thu pnes ithall bo found to contain luke warm utterances upon those vital questions. Intelligent discussion and the rending of current political bti raturo bavo awakened an interest that did not die with tho excitement of tho November campaign. Tim democracy of tho 11th district, being presently represented in Congress by a republican, can only encour.ipe the work by timely plaudits; but they will not weary in tbo etlbrt to redeem the mountains from captivity. They know that their cause is just; they know that the intelligence and patriotism of the country are with them, and with this backing they will conquer. Wayne county will be redeemed this democracy will nominate and year. ) LbCT to tho State legislature John will Wa-hinton j j ' YOU Arc invited to Our store and see tlic great j IMPROVEMENT o RPETS Marfe in the display of our immense stock of ndLaiJLia Matting, &c, in the new room in the The former Garpet Department has been shelved for our large Sho stock, which is second to none anywhere. For Gents', Ladies' and Children's BABIKMOSNTo Fin Footwear Come and see us. -- ? Ilr SliVJIIlMAR'CIIJi & 8LPN WE y (lineafo, porit)ibli. Mr. Ia Moris left lor hirt tioiiiunciir Fort Worth, I'oxiM, KuunUy. Ho Iihh been living in Toxin for 15 yours ami bin Ihtc visit la tlio only one undo a'iico l.o llrdl loft Kentucky. Mr. Win. Ohetik rrii:iitt1 tbo Btipor-i- n Sunday tendency of tbo Ilipllut School Sunday nn I iv.ti hiiucodiiimI by Mr. West. Mr. (Jheuk and family will r'j f ., - ri '-- : iVl ' bUU WANT 400 : LADIES STEPHENS & KiVOX' : And Gentlemen to call and see what the attractions are at Large Store in Rowland, Ky. We never robbed Pter to pay Paul, but sell to one and all at the same per cent, and that is why we aie getting rid of so many of our nicest Spring Goods early in the season. Dress Goods Macgrcgor Cheviots, Surges, Henriettas, lilack Lawns, Whic Lawns, Satin Glorias, French Ginghams, Crcylocks, Dahlia Cloth, Zcphyrettes, Chameleons, Nasteds, Woolens, &c, J. BTPtMNCJ MORTON. Silk Nouvcantic and Passementerie, Francaisc Trimmirgs, Linen Torle W" Duncan, a strong, chons, Automatic Embroidery, Valencein Laces, &c, Hosiery, Laman, who as tbo incumbent of dies Vests, Belts, &c. Largest line of Ladies', Children's and Men's the oiHco of sheriirfnr several termB, has Ties in -the country. Our stock of I3ucll & Son's, V. L. Doug, s of shown himself pomef-eeability. Favorably knoanby-almos- t lass, Mcintosh, Selz, Schwab & Co.'s SHOES arc all on the road to oxeculive every voter, and knowing almost our Emporium in Rowland, Ky. These goods are direct from the HATS of all sizes and styles in abunevery one of them, his election can be largest factories in the East. forecast with the certaiuty of an accom- dance and hard-tensvel-head- ed r. i I lumovu to Cumberland County thin w. r. ru5sci.i. week. Vernon Kiclmrdnon. for hoiiio timo Hon. C. G Conn, of Elkhart, I ml., in the oumloy of the Advoc.ite, left l"r I brass for Washington, where be will try and the maker of tho celeb-nteday to Ket'i place in the government print band instruments, bus been elected to Vernon in a ood boy, and me, ollice. Congress and is in Washington looking deserves unman wherever ho may yo. around and learning the ways of tho Maylio, drutiketinei-tii.f0, Jennie John IjQvidt'M and Add Xnnce, indecent members of that body, which for "ways conduct Jtl each, Tliotnau Treey and It. that are dark and tricks that are vain, lvlley, driiiikennert, JOoach, were po- they are said to bo peculiar" Ho said lice ronrt cnpeM Friday Invitations bnve been received to he hail heard several members tooting the uinrriaiie of Mr. Arthur U, Scott to their horns, not ones that were niado at MiM Cora Hello Hardy at the home of Klkhart. the bride s parentrt at UAlem, Ala., .Mar It is said that Fresident Cleveland Ultli. Mr. Scott wan formerly of D.uv calls his cabinet by theirchristian names villo and is a brother of Metrn. Winlleld and during his last administration would and W. 1. Scott, of UiIh place. rear back in his chair and say, "Dan, (Manning) what's going on in tho treasury?" "Bill, (Vilas) how about tlio Indians V" and so on, going the round of tho members. Now it will be, "Walt, lot's hear from Hayti." "John, how much gold's in the treasury V" "Hoke, let's haven joke." Mr. Elijah Halford, the English has been sent to Europe to pay oil tho Hehriug Sea commissioners. This will give him a free ride across the ocean at tho expense of Uncle Sam and enable him to Bee thu sights at a very slight cost. It Ih important that the commissioners bo paid promptly perhaps dally, if they aro short of funds, and as there aro about six of them it will require an enormous amount to pay them. It might bo well to pay tho big Judgo Harlan, three time n day J. (1 OAKLHLX. to enablo him to get three tquaro The Danville Literary Club wuh en- meals. Mr. Wbitelaw Held seems not to tertained Friday evening by Mr. It. 1'. of tho military record of Jacobs. Tho debate was upon that moat know anything Judge Gresbam. He is in somewhat tho "Atavinteresting of all subjects, colonel who ism," Now, for fear even n solitary same predicament of tho was commanding a nost in tho rear durrender of the Intkiuob Jouhsai. may not ing the Into war. A newsboy was crying be one of us "literary fellers" let him fa another out the report of n terrible battle that that "Atavism" " and the phaeoof had been fought and the colonel, in the word for "KrandpH-iBHidiscussed wni to whatox-te- presence of a largo cio wd, said that it as ho had seen nothwe inherit tho mental, moral and could not be true, ing of it. "No," said tho boy, "and you crnnd-paa- , phjslcal characteristics of our as long as you Ho that in, to a relativo dcitree, and further never will see a battlo keep out of danrear and more it might be added that bo who around in tho would lay liis hand upon woman buvo in ger." Mr. Hold was a newspaper correskindlier, 'twere babe (lattery to call a pondent during the war and incurred coward. of Gens. Grant nnd Shertho l'orter Markabury claims to have n man by reportH ho made as to tho battlo Mra. law, bad case of mother-iupon tho troops in probably true as otlier-w- it of Shiloh and reflections Taylor-wbil'oiter could not tell audi a pluusi-bi- from Ohio. tale of woe. Hut then on tbo other hand. Forter goen homo drutik as bo did .Saturday night tiirow Portor'a when mother-in-laclothes out in tho mud a ad throw Forter alter them. Forter heaved a brick ut her and missing her broke a window. Forter did wrong in drinking tho bug juice but thun he Haya ii follow would drink nitric acid if he had such a as bo has. law At B. G. Fox A Co.'a Bale Friday and Saturday, 03 head of business horses were sold at prices averaging l.W, each. Koine of the highur priced ones were: lteubcn Gentry's Idol, to Uyder A Snap, Arcadia, Iud . $1,475; J. I Crow's to J. II. Morris, Llizabethtown, $776; Houden Gentry's Cora It. to Abe Coleman, Harrodsburg, $450; Mrs. Eliza Harlan's Billy H. to J. K. Baiighman, Hustonvillo, $300;S. E. Coleman's WoodDANIEL S, LA KONT. cock to Took Hubble, Lancaster, $240; J. II. Gentry's Silver Queen to S. T. Harbl--aNext Sundav the recular commun Lexington, f2&); Wm. Bett.a' star, d to Wm. Snow $240. At ion airvicea will be held at tho Fresbyte- trotter A T Bruco's atable Faulconer, Hue A rian church. Tho usual preliminary Son sold ulno jacks and fivo jennets at services will be held on Wednesday, coed prices, although the exact figures Thursday and Friday evenings, to which could not be obtained as the clerk loft ail are cordially invited. town as soon as the sale closed. d , pay-miste- first-clas- plished fact. IIAILHO.M). r, win "Krnnd-puiaui," I y Ken-tuckia- to-wi- t: ut to-wi- t: ch o HOine-time- a, mother-in-- Sul-marc- h n, fa'-e- On the second Monday of this month, Hon. Bennott Young will speak to the The most elegant line of Gents' CLOTHING in this section will people of the county in encouragement soon be opened in our house. We can knock out the jobbers in the of a railroad project now under consid- line of GROCERIES. We bought largely in this line of goods early eration. Enthusiasm s not exactly nt in the season. We thank our friends for their past patronage and white heat, but a deep interest is mani hope by fair dealing and polite treatment to have a continuance of festing itself in every part of tho county. their valued patronage. STEPHENS & KNOX. Tho present proposition is to build a Unrnside, on tho C. road beginning at S., running iu a southwesterly direction 11. It. KING. GEORGE D. 1'REWITT. so aa to give connection direct with Nashville, Teun. We have been doomed to many disappointments over railway project;?, but hope springs eternal, and our people are ready for another enMORELAND, ICY., terprise. Thero need be no wonder nt Take this method of informing the public that they will open in the this, for so rich n country in timber, near future a well selected stock of ron, coal, copper and lead can not be We know found iu tho United States. nothing but a railroad will bring these treasures into market and our people And in the early Spring will add to their stock a line of Clothing, Btaud ready to give all practicable aid to Gents' Furnishing Goods. Dry Goods, Millinery, &c. Our terms will the building of one. be cash or country produce and we will also take in exchange for Tills short letter was really begun pri- goods Tan Bark, Whisky Barrel Staves, Hoop Poles and Hickory lilCHARD OLNKV marily for the purpose of giving publici- Spokes. Give us a call and we will save you money. "CRAToRCHARiTr ty to Col. Young's acceptance of an inBy & Our town has almost been deserted vitation to speak upon this subject. fatbo insertion of it, you will confer n for n week, as most of the citizeus have vor upon a people who aro tired of livbeen attending court iti Stanford. MEN'S AND BOY'S railway Mr. J. S. Fish has been quite ill at ing 20 miles from the nearest Mrs. Brooks'. Miss Martha Ilolman has station. bad several hemorrhages lately and is SLEEP OF YEARS. very feeble. No green that greets tho earl)' spring All who have not read thu sermon When first her presence quickens there, in last Friday's issue of the Inteiuoh G!os as the crown har maidens briui; Wlie autumn binds her jelW hair, Jouknai. by Bro. Williams have missed n No Mid may bulUl its slender nest treat. Head it. In bough with gladdening terdure gron; Mr. W. A. Brooks is spending a fewlit t silence dwells, a sweeter guest, days with his mother nnd sister. Will Whcnl:aves are gone and broods have flown is a splendid fellow and we nro always No light e'er lay In loved one's tye, glad to welcome him home. Or passion on a lover's tongue, There will bo a "mothers' meeting" As tenderly as thoughts will lin The dimmest memories among. JUST IN at Mrs. Stephenson's FriJay night,sto which all aro invited. Come, bring your No smiles that rising morn may wear Arc blest as shades when evening nears; little ones and get them interested in No wakefulness, however fair, this work of caring for their souls. As beautiful as the sleep of yer. at tho Christian Tho Sunday-schoo- l Printed in afleclionute remembrance of a loung condition, un- wife, from her own selections. church is in a nourishing der the superinteudanco of Mr. J. II. flSEjtt Bastiu, who is n niosL energetic workej in tho Master's vineyard. Thoro ia alao a splendid attendance at the Baptist S. S, whoso superintendent, Mr. Henry Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just ricasants, is doing a great amount of ed at old stand with good work. , Thieves broke into Curtis Cover's bar Thursday night, then wout to Dave Payne's drug store, which they entered by prizing open a window. They help, And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery ed themselves to candies, cheeso, banas and everything to be found in a drug store- - I shall be pleas-enas, Ac, passing Ly his watches and othto see all my old custmcrs and as many new ones as will favor me, er valuables. A pane of glass was broAssuring them ken out of Cbadwick'a window and then they proceeded to Mr. Hardin's bar, but were frighteuedofl before they got in.. Be Sow : Competition. KING & PREWITT, GROCERIES ATO H.RB!Ar.a.R, " KHTG FREWITT. CLOTHING! H. - New Stock, Hev Styles, J. McROBERTS. re-ope- NEW DRUG STORE. NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, first-clas- d Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. CT. B. MoKOBXRTS, Win. Coy was bung at Pittsfield, his wife's paramour. Mass., Friday, for murdering H0KB SMITH. New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. r-.u-a . "'A. tAnhfv'- - '- - ir lf f ..,..... -- mtJt Vjt.. l,-- f ?mf&mliierr 1 Semi-Week- ly IhteriorJoukha Mahcii 7, 18513 Stanford, Ivy., "W. F WALTON. : -- SIX PA&ES. STIE&HD.A.'X". BVBBY f I. Ik I rt Il-- . A. Lislo I r vino, of Lebanon, Ky., n and as distinctly as if the surroundings Thu most beautiful incident connect, pupil in Central Unlveisity, won at Richbe had beed all ho desired. There never C(j wjtH tlB inaugural cerumonios was mond, Va., thu oratorical priza offered was euch a crowd in Washington ""ll that not down on the programme. Just by the Southern Confederate .Memorial mcjy Mr. Cleveland left the hotel to go to Association. the parade exceeded anything in histo- . n IS w V men uoiui; :iu it nv. " the (Japitol to take the oath, the V. ry, over iu.ww "unHob Sims, a nekjro who was hung at 55 Cleveland's utterances on the tariff and crowned queen of American woman- Birmingham, Ala., for murder, Bid from the currency aro in full touch with tho hood," that is to Bay, his lovely wife, under tho black cap to the eheritl: Calico week two quote. We platform on which ho was elected, and threw her nrms around his neck and im- "Break my neck, I don't wnut to be 7 J- asnro also his printed a kiss on his lips such an one strangled." His neck was broken. arealmirablyexpressad, 5c condemnation of the tendency to pater as is almost worth the presidency. It Oxford, O., glutton on a wager of An nalism in government and profligacy in was done so simply and with such true $ 10 ate 75 saddle-rocoysters in 11 minreceived, the appropriation of public funds. Tho womanly grace that those who saw it utes. He then offered to bet another to former "leads to a challenge of wild and were moved to greater love and respect HO that he could eat tlvo dozen more in expenditure, which for the peerless first lady of the land, five minutes, but ho failed to get a taker. reckless pension overleaps tho bounds of grateful recogni- whose ever act has further endeared Bob Sims, who was hung at Bir tion of patriotic services, and prostitutes her to the people. mingham for murder prayed on th to vicious lues the people's prompt and scaffold that his neck bo broken as lie Tuk editor of the Newport Journal has dreaded the thought of being utraugled. generous impute to aid those disabled all-wo- ol a, n their country's defense." The presi- nominated the editor of this papei for Hid prayer was answered and ho was boy to his old Commissiono" of Internal Revenue, but will be seen, stick dent, it dead in less thhn two minutes ideas about civil Borv.ce reform and we aro forced to decline the honor Kind A fearful cyclono passed over porthrowa worse damper over the oliice- - ly but firmly. We ara not so patriotic tions of Mississippi, Georgia and Alabaseeker than tho weather was doing as the average lawyer, and can not give ma Sunday. Forty houses 'were blown when he said: "One more of the misap- up our "largo, lucrative and growing" down at Toomsub.i, great destruction propriations of public funds is avoided business which pays something less than was done at Meridian, Odesea and other when appointments to otlicc, instead of JoO.OOOa year, for the tlesh pots of office. towns. Tho fatalities may reach ascore. being the ie wards of partisan activity Excuse us please, we can not servo our MissMollie Merryman, of Louisville, are awarded to those whoso efficiency country, when mammon calls us away. HUST0NVILE. who claims to have gone to heaven twico promises a fair return of work for the ...VvK. youxo clerk in tho pension office at in a trance is creatiiu great excitement A compensation paid to them. To secuie Judge Camnitz Iihs boon quite sick, i holding aiSea-main a meeting which ehu discharged Wm Murelaud the fitness and competency of appointees Washington has been Ohio. Crowds aro turned away but is improving. Mr. he stated that pensions wore so to office, and to remove from political aca few days ago. Mrs Colwas in town easy to net that men were obtaining nightly and hundred are baing converttion the demoralizing madness forspoils, Hns lias gone to Louisvillo and will put balduo&s. The voting man may ed. civil service reform lias found n place iu them for Forty young ladies of Columbia, O , the little Hon of Mr. and Mrs. Ihuiic hiH language, but reour public policy and laws. Tho bene- have been indiscreet in all prominent in society, have been or- Steolu in a klndergaitcn, while Mie cannot be gainsaid that the treasury is through this instru- it fits already gained dered by the grand'jury to tell whotthcy mains in thu city. mentality and this further usefulness it bi'ing looted by men who haven't even know about tho games of progressiva Some of tho young men and bojs promises, entitle it to the hearty support so good a claim as baldness to eutitlo euchre, which haye been played there, about town gave a burlosquu uutertain- Hip of and encouragement of all who desire to them to a pension. when valuable prizes were played fori mun t Friday night. Mr. Thomson very ' performed, or use of his fee our public service well kindlv tendered tlietn thu Messus. Pmi'i'S, Cecell and Catron and won. who hope Tor the elevation of political j have rewvod the B.ubourville Outlook. An Aesociated ,re.-.- dispatch give.-i- t clupel and it is Miu by th" who were sentiment and tho purification of politi- with Mr. W. F. Schooler as editor. We as a sure "tip" that Frederik It. present that the entertainment was high cal methods." This iti a deadener to the hope the Outlook is for fairer sailing in Mr. Cleve- ly amusiog, but is it hardly mr ionic, of Nt w York, will b" t CM... till. Ill place hunter, but he has thu hojie that tho future. v vwvw land's Minister to Fran. Ho was a average scliooi gin : .iiu 7 f of the presideut was theorizing instead creature at best and to fen that leader iu the movement of thu AntiA Defective Indictment. foreshadowing his policy. Closing his Snappers, and ia President of the Man her beet efforts have bnm ruthlessly V rom the Jt e n. Wtann stii n 1:1 f) our pre-t- i t place of busi- aldreep, which is given in full on our of Editor Richard-son- , hattan Club. During the nbsence and grotCFquely imitated iuut be, to Hay j tith page, the president paid a high comof the Ulascow Times, who i3 in placed the least, mortifying. ticss and li.iv. .irr.mj;( .1 it Barney Alexinder, colored, pliment to hia cabinet, the forbearance Washington chasing a revenue district in jail at Columbus, Ohio, for being LAUREL COUNTY. LONDON, of the American people and added: collectorship, hi understudy domou-fetrat- drunk, committed suicide iu a horrible is a Supreme J-."Above ell, I know there his thorough misunderstanding way. He cut his stomach open with -- John Laws returt.ed from Louisville TiS Being who rules the affairs of men, and of tho Hitnation so far as the Common- a dull poico of glti. ami running his Saturday of the Inde whose goodneps and mercy have always wealth is concerned by this misstate- hands into the ghastly wound he jerked 'Squtro Tandy Bolton, followed the American people, and 1 ment: pendence district, died Jan. --'.?, mil me his intestines out. ...Whin c i.ui !ic yii i know that Ho will not turn from us For divers and sundry causea tho Covjust reached mu today. Ho wm Walter Brumtield, keeper of the now, if we humbly and reverently sek ington Commonwealth and Interior Jour will bo 71 years old next an old acquaintance and friend. his powerful aid." nal are wasting the golden hours prod- April. He has been married 10 years, M. V. Pigg who has made this place ding the seasoned rib of tho Louisville has 15 grand children his hoint for heveral montliH took hia It has been a question as to what we j TimcH. With those who love it and and ten children and has mmilv and furniture to Pinevillo Friday and there one Hhalldowithour ex presidents, though te8t fiUllt of lie neve' been n death anion.: them all. 'and will make that his home in thu fu yThc..c "oods will be sold ri -- ardlcs t cust. Wc mean what it seem they have generally been able, .b incVnJlQn Q Btaidon other Jessamine Journal. ture. Mr. Cleve-- t wc say They have to jjo. to take care of themselves. folk's feet more than it docs its own. Peter Cooper Kvursole, aged 11), son The war between the students and land kept the wolf from his door very and Mi6 The Commonwealth has had neither faculty of Kentucky University has been of II. O. Kversolo, attorney, handsomely by the practice of law and occassion nor disposition to ever prod declared oil'. The HtudeiitH will perform Nora B., daughter of Attorney W. ;. f IT...n ni...n..ni1ail m ilmnn Itlrairicit lit ' tUB Beasouoil thu Timen, nor as usual in college entertainments, the Jnekeon, were married at tho residence r. . Unfa ' v ..It... l.nnmiAB ' ' ,. has tho Time?, so far as we have expe faculty agreeing that they Hhall enter of tho bride's par'euts. May happiness , ' , ini.oi".. c rieuce, trod on our toes, and considering lieu u unoitucavi; ouitvn i.t contests as they desire, be theirs. far as he is concerned by accepting a the size of its feet we would have felt any such oratorical -- Charles It. Brock is having a fonn but not engage in athletic pports. . ..I.....1 C(.tnfA.il i.;.. :.. .1... In- s to that tread it have trod. J, , W. P. Grinstead, of Bowling Green, dation made for his new residence which and will deliver a series oft, JoL'KKALUian, well, he is a natural presented to Senators Blackburn and he will have built nex't to J. T. WilTuition lectures on constitrtionalhiw, commenc born prodder, and, like the celebrated Lindsay a gavel niudo from an oak liams home. Of course it is understood s'alary is siid to ing next October. The ; colt of the equally celebrated "Tooso" grown on the farm upon which Abra- that Charley will not occupy it all by his Havejust received a new Iwncl each of Open Kettle, iN (). Molasbe ?25,000 a year. ses, SorRhum and Caramel Syrup; also pure Maple Syrup, Wilkins, of Warren county, is altogether ham Lincoln via born, with thu request own lone buK. Huckwhcat belonging to George and Graham Mour in bulk, self rising Huckwheat Klour, Hams irrespective of person and indiscriminate that it be civen to The dwelling Stev i A ijlack kvk has been given to disrep Shotil- by tho family of tiers, aiuc .wcat, nreaKiast jiacon, HrotlinK Heef, utablo methods in journalism by a Cov of prodd. Covington Commonwealth. Canned Roast, Corn en8on aj he enters upon his official du Calloway and occupied u,..w.. In and Chipped Heef, Mackerel and 1'ir.s' Feet in i Ike iianaioru in i.uimuu was That Interior Journal man" eiiters tje3i itiL'ton iury. Tlie Kentucky Post charg barrel, - o liock. ed and Cucumber Tickles in barrel, Queen GagelMums, Hyman's mixIii 'not earnest demurrer to both of to hunpend tho rules the ground Sunday about Halla-iOn the motion ed last fall that Mr. Theodore Red Cherries bill, Ellis, Ken-- Mrs. Hansford had just kindled a Cue in Hlackberries, Sweet Potatoes, French Peas, Van llouten's Coeot' had sold out.his delegation to Col. Berry th se indictments. Occasionally in the and pass the I .. trim .... . t .1... .v. Uil dall. McRrenrv. Montgomery, raynter, the stove ami went to uionjiiiii, in tho congressional contest and printed plentitudeof our love forthe .,! onnu llli. U'ilmii vntfil vea.j wide Ca-- , tar.r and when Biiu returned thu house and mammoth-hearte.... a fac simile of a St. Nicholas bill for li- -j UlUUO '. ...jw.. and service, obtained by question- - or of the Louisvillo Times, we have laid ruth, Breckinridge and iiicKerson voteu wasalire. insured. Mrs. L.J. Williams is back from able means, as n part of the coubidera- - him across our lap, as it were, and nay. The farmeiu' alliance may bu dead, and Cofll-cOf Wc will have a lull slock ol Seed Potatoes and plied the slipper in such places and in but its spirit is evidently Rtill marching Cincinnati whotubhu has been to eecure Post for Mr. Halam sued the nn: ui-- i vanciics. nave a readv hniifr ht dupait.:ii i... uuiuui new assistance in her millinery bel and Friday got a judgment for $2,500, uuuh cases made and provided, but it has on. Louisville Times. able to give you some low prices. a lurmt Ima constrictor. .12 feel long, inent. Miss Amanda Mooru having maUo small enough, but still sufficient to con-- , ever been with an eye single to the making vince that paper that people have some, of the boy -- always in love and nover in got out of its cage at the circus grounds, more uuiUblo arrangements for the fu i right? that even a paper of its class must anger. As for the Commonwealth man, nt Itnraboo. Win..and nearly succeeded ture. 1M Melvin denies navmg respect, we have shown p.ttienco under trials and in Bwallowing a small boy who happen-any rocking chains at thu Jackson out suffering under sore temptation 1 to hi near. He was half way down i House, but is calculated to bo iu that oi every political Kansas, the hofbed reV,lei1 tli3 monster'. throat when discovered, t.. utr I.i.I.ij li..rr.n. tnllir. W(J Whon ho HUV TUK CKLKHRATKI) uiniutM ..jiiw line re,v,k" Bchism and the ecene of nioat of the po-- ' and hehassmitten us on but was saved by one of thu circus muu litlcal infamie,, illlcely to experiment Tho ladies will be interested to know .. I l ...!.i. u.inlrf. t.trirv. 3 cheek we have turned thu other for a with the abomination of woman suffrage. .: ,.. :' T , 7 " how Mrs. Cleveland was dressed at . .!f,. nf erersmack But Brer h.nernn rernem-haHer Legislature by a vote of 122 to 22 iuaugu.al ball. Her gown was made H:...,ri,W. crazed bv thu grief Unt ber ll,Rt overi th pBcd a bill to submit the question wis cmnot stand ttonn wn l,,rn ""',go to it.,.i.. 'heavy white uuiiu, Kmpiiu front ., n,rn,iM ..... everything and to tlio male voter.! of the Statu and overvi .l,.,..l,tnrU thrnaf tight litting back. It wus richly trlmineil in.. UIJ. i....: i.i too. "P for vou a woman will see to it tlir.t Imr iHiulinnill""" ami embroidered with ,,a-of Ju Jmc,u an'1 w,lun wo an. i,m .ttemnted to kill tho daughter with point lace v votes as she directs. OI course there aro . ."r up you, tneru wm oo f a ji,i,or. Several weekH ago Mrs. ' crystal beads The embroidery1IUI11 LIU3 ,...,... i lan i... . . . thousand of womenly women in Ka'i' liiepuaut prod alter -r.itm .illill, 111'filVl 1IWMII weeping, wailing and unashiiiL' of teeth. Harnbrick attempted auiruia y nauging .. fas, but from all we can gather the nunv in:ii nT Imrsolf but sho was caught by her bus OOltOIIl OI Hie hKiri, bor of thosj who w'nh to don tho bifur MEWSY NOTES. in tho back. Tho Empire front was out band ju?t in time to wive her life. ,. cated garment predominates. lace and crystal embroidery. The groat warship Indiana, the lined with Jorbett, the pugilist, ha a serious Olive Point?, three for $i. wero largo pull's uiado of Ex. Gov. U. M. Bibiioi'. of Ohio, died WooJ trouble and lio may have to leave largest and strongest in the American Tho sleeves bead-- , and had dotted with thu Friday at Jacksonville, Fla , whero he the ring entirely. navv, was successfully launched at I'hil- - eatiu. A.heavy Tho tonnage exceeds Bti.rB.itin bowaatlheahoulder. long time. Ho was, had beon.ill for a A Cincinnati miser named Joseph adelphia Tuebday. fall of the lace completed the corsage born in Fleming county, Ky , in 1812, 'SandB carries his entire wealth.labout Ui. ii.niiBnnd. her armor anil urnwnent gown was eevero in tyle, but very are of the be&t kinds, and bIio will prov.The but moved to tho Buckeyo State while '525,000, in a belt around his waist, The ice I lesident'B j rich and graceful. Squire John Hill committed auicide OHU Ul llio ilium formidable war vessels ......, nl nnlm quite yoiiDg, whero as mayor of Ciucin-- ; t ... .,: wore a couiuuuiuu" .v4.... 1,1 nati and goyernor of Uie Commonwealth ' at his home in Madison by taking poia-h- IU 4i. nun." i,. onmnlnlo form the wuo luo heliotrope, of moire antique and .iii ..n - more than 53,000.000. . w.made Bomo reputation as a reformer. on. No cause is known. Ho leaves a lUMiaiitt The skirt and corsage wero ol Gov. Kusfloll, tho brilliant young ex- - velvet. Ho was an undo of Mrs. W. U. Wil-- large family. . ,. ....: i cream moire. About the bottom of thu ii lassacnusiilia, viuuiiniuru Miss Lelia Johnson, of Paris, has CCUUVO Ot liama, of this county. was a narrow nrrangement of the a notary public .and ia tho members of bis hUII and thu Massa- - skirt been appointed corsage was tie- Millxrshuhu is joined to her prohibi- one of the few wouiun of the State hold- fhusettB CongreBSiium at wnaningioii, heliotrope velvet. The collette, with a rich Bertha of rare old i ,1... tmiilinnn tirnnORfl i i tion idol. She ha ju3t voted for the 05th ing Huch nn office. ami imriuK n.u .....V..V.... .. ,.......,.. the lllinilf-AMi, ,f,i,n,i of an in1UI. UUklllil4 JJ HMUiauu ol time againsttbe sale of liquors . i.L n ai Is Heceiviucr His At Chattanooga, a negro named following toasu t'lt.. ,0Vl. and stBV..HonIf tho whole country toxicating nature. Mronger. .1 , velvet .and she worn no in misfortune. duck-e- l maulv man mfl.lp,i Pollard jumped into the river and could do likewisd and absolutely prohibvirB, Gov. McCreary, woro a his head under tho water to avoid ti.nn nolitica is friendship aud etronger it its sale iu any way, it would relieve arrest. Ho atJid under too long and was tlian nolitical principles in human sym-- Felix gown of yellow and violet brocade, .....l,.nl.l.....iti dinnoudB niifl lace. us of the greatest curde that uillicts man Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give ilrowor 1, patby." me call. kind. I bund l ,. wu his admirable addrees as clear- delivered .... .ti flaBnuw..- .....rim ... ui i 1 of 13 president The ceremonies these United States. attending his inaugural were greatly marred by the weather, snow falling in Grotbii Cluveland l,.v 1 Klrkivtnir nnoiTT nur. iiitf.il V...M.J, .I -- .. 11 .- -... U DO. IU IIIIUU It 1 I 1. . . -. flirl -- flllUIIIIU ni-at- ii. ni .III. """ mnrml " Ktllll'll. ... Tuk Jessamine .Journal tunkca the wicked ami malicious euarg-- that tlio ehtorof this paper is n scoller. ttrer. mow mistaken if he Morris conM not h id burned his shirt. Wo confess that neither do wo wo are not a theynagogu or in occupy n higheoit iu fie amen corner. Hut wo lo not ilovour widows houses and for Bhew make long prayers, for theso shall receive the greater damnation, and no man haa a great-e- r respect for "pure religion and undc-tlle- d before God nud tlio Father," and ioT th0sa w" Prou?fi9 '' tnan outsolves. jru. iiiurrir iiruircsiro " a iuiiwvigi w the meek and lowly Xazirino, Who went nbout teaching that we should "not bear false witness asainet our neighbor." Let therBfonJi exiunill0 himself, "re PdQl ol un nl" luru to God and do i 1 clasa-leado- Tim wife of Congressman M. 0. Lielu died at Winchester, Saturday from tho effect. of childbirth. r, At Pott Arthur, Oat., snow is 6ix feet deep on tho level and from lfi to "0 feet in the drift. People can only got about on mow &hocs. A steel like grass from the volcanic slonH of Oran. Aluurin. is said to bo bo elastic that it can be used instead of springs in tho tn.uiuf.tctu.ru of furniture. John A. Huut, of Indianapolis, lias asked tho court for protection from his wife, who he claims whins him at her will. Hunt is 00 and his wife 20 year old. CO2IC:i::NrGB- - Immense Line of SHOES and JIA TS. GlOtblDQ r "'1-l- y . t .... J. A. Wi there, of Mercer, who on tho night before, dreamed that ho had lost a foot in his mill had the misfortune to have an unu savered o.uly tho next morning. Our buyer left for New York and will send An : ELEGANT ASSORTMENT. iFirr w ialt i""? Pries as usual will f .. t.-!- .... XT ..... ... n 'mrimFi'v& m'' -- . ONTE k at pieces fine fancy will offer for this 2c fancy Dress Ginghams at a yard. 25 pieces fine and placed on sale 50 Jl'cn's flue Spring Suits, ft will Have just pay yon looli at them Else caii Mothers, Now is Your Chance to Pick Your a new Suit. All new shades and special strictly light color at So. Don't forget us. Suit THE LOUISVILLE STORE. n, be-c-ni- s Cou-der- t, if T.fiTOTOft 41 - vwjiiMmUc ram mm uyya uu'iil an y.. ( i es -- Tip poor-hous- e, d BARGAINS. HJCrtMNS & . i l ,' Npaie-ribs- of VaaARSDALE. -- rl'i-noiiwin- T .'. M'KINNEY BRO'S Vice-Preside- nt .- i ! i l- anti-optio- n 1 long-legge- d, ....-!- big-foote- d d edit-quo- rs rf . WE KEEP THE BEST BRANDS Tw s ap-tio- n. It-- 1 - ucis, ;,, i McKINNEY BROS. I e 'aln .w. s '" x--..i V ni,f i I ,'....i... i.r 3 VULCAN Chilled Plow. Every One Warranted. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. H.46.R0PLBY,-- HIJ-III- -... ' ... it i ....,..-- . . H m i """'T, e s t.iu, ? "d 1 iou. ., .... ...., "... , -1 ' mwifcwtt- JB0&JL i - 1 1 1 E-- s lIs4i4AlWW5(ljUW, A"j; I j- - rmi'to'K 1 00 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Jljuri! 7, 1893 A BOUQUET OF BUDS. Stanford, Ky INTERESTING DEBUTANTES OF THE WASHINGTON SEASON. llniT tlio Dauglitrr.of Hrnntnr llrleo, Clilcf iluHtlco fuller. Vim 1'rrnltlrnt Morton, tteproriitntIn Dillon mini tlm IjiIo llvlkimp Worn Introduced to.Society. ICopjMuliL B.O.WAITON,UU, MailOj(Or PCSii tr, . I i added to tlio "rosebud garden of girls" this season as lust, but thoy wcro very charming nnd nttrnctiro ones. Teas K I. white. moro or less clnbornto served to intra-durMRS M A .MARTIN tli um. No mutter how much n girl J L IlKCK. bun gono around, she is not considered "out," except by quite old fashioned folk, until hoiiio such formal premutation has of been made. After that sho is invited by bright, pret'y und attractive. Olio tho brightest, prettiest and most attracall her friends to assist in entertaining Is Katherine. tho fifth or sixth 1 tho busy throng of callers, und shu en tive am not suro which, as they all married ntyl went nway beforo locioty had much chance to become acquainted with them. She is not very tall, but so slim and erect that ono thinks her taller than sho is. Sho is daintily rounded, light aud graco-iu- l CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, as a bird. Her r.iniling gray oyes have u hint of hluo in them, and her head is crowned with short golden A SURE and CERTAIN CURE brown curls. Her manner is very natu-in- l known for 10 yours as tho DEST and pleading. She talks well and is REMEDY FOR PILES. rrrnrwl 1 UKIUKIlvnl CIIIMVK (II,, (.T, t.'IIIV altogether a charming young girl. I ril t A pretty, well rounded littlo girl, with 'HxidT.. 'O' brown hair, laughing brown eyes nud ;2 found, dimpled fare, is Mario Williamson, daughter of Chief Engineer Thorn If you would protect yourself Williamson, U. S. N., for whom a picas-nnfrom Painful, Profuse, Scanty, tea was given nt tho fnmily resiSuppressed or IrrcguLir Mendence on Khodc Island avenue. Sho is struation you must use ono of several accomplished sisters, is quite musical, playing tho banjo particularly well Tlio usual programmo was changed MI5 flllAYKON WKNDMNO. for the coming out of Miss Kdith Morj joys it imiiientely.potiiing innumerable cups of tea und looking w) jirotty while ton, tho vice preMilentV eldest daughter. doing it that theuverage man and worn- - A dinner was given, with a colilion in, 100 is apt to dnnk moro of tho not afterward. There was no crowding, for tho numWr of gnewts was limited a CinTciwvit.t.r, Ariiai,l. j iilwayj. cheering lxiverngo than is Btiict- Thin trill certify that two mvtnWa of my ly healthful, jnst for tho pleasure of look difficult task, I should think, for M. nnd Immediate lanlly, nftflr liTlug nutlorol for largo cirAbout buds Airs. Morton, who have menstrual by t"iyleUn,s, tun Iroui without benefitIrrruiilarUr, iugntber.very fast. Christmas thotwo or cle ot pergonal friends.such a Morton Miss beltui bloomed Sometimes wersat length completely curexlfoyouo bottln thriKi would nmko woro pink their bows the Kimo gown or instead of tho UMial white of Hndarld'i l'oitialo llrifulator. It tho debutnnto, link roses woro , Sxiumju. effoct li truly wonderful. J. Y alleruooit everywhere in profusion, nnd tho pretty Hook to WOMAN " matIM rrtEK. which contalu It vn at a very jiretty tea that Hit valuable Information on lU rentals dlsca. t iJnivsfln iliiiclitiT nf favors for tho gunnan were pink too. BRADFIELD REGULATOR COH j thoelotment and well leuowu lecturer, Miss Morton, ono of tho tallest of tho ATLANTA, OA. is fair, with soft, ulo brown .Mr. uixirgo K. v entiling, wuh nreentetl new girls, jrou balk vitvaaiaxB. her parent to their largo circle of hair, good features, a lovely expression by luoiidH Her cxld Chnstinii uaino is that and most charming nnd refined manner. .Tito nmUcit Fill la thn Worldly ol her mother's family tho Oraysons of Sho has Imioii carefully educated, chiefly nt homo under her mother's eye, nnd is For her, and do mid HlckIIrinlaclio, licorgetown usually Virginia. iutoCintro, a credit in every way to her gracious lancy, it Is hhortenod from l)yponln A 'rrnilorlnic lifo mlMintlilc, liu llMf" ' which is tjutto appropriate. She is bare- and high bred parents. rasuctlylmtljouriianiir Allele Ashworth Euloc, daughter of ly 18, tall and well iormed. with good Representative H. A. i'nloo of Tennessee, features. clear, creamy completion, light is a charming typo of tha southern girl. brown hair and lovely daik brown eyes Tall, slender nntl graceful, sho has blnck carefully educatetl. especialf ho h.ia curly hair, dark bluo eyes and delicately ly in music, and sings sweetly. fair complexion, with roao tints in the Her older nstor, Trances, was all this trtii'blr, jsa. .trill you last year, but owing to illness in t enable torat anil illtrott jour fowl, JI nml luittart an tirrrrnt t Io that hIio is .enjoyment of life tr which you hate A . the fumily went out mj lit 'bc-rDota email, l'rlc, w altnoM us much a bud iii Mihs tSraypon. iialraucrr. ' She. too, istallaudElundur; has fair S3 rrutt. Olllcc. St) I'nrk I'Urr, N. Y. bltiot-yeaud hair to dark that it is almost black. Among her aecom- plishmenw The most Ctlebr.Uid ICye, I Car, languages is the ability to hjtoak several Dis-cisNose, 'lluo.U a ;d Chronic Mi-Alice daughter of the Spccialt in tlu State. lato (ienornl W. V. IJolkuap, was pro- by Iter mother nt another pretty tea Tho pair nindo a lovely picturo as l thoy utootl together welcoming their 4. ' many friends. .Mrs. is tall, "s8S rf 'a . jw ; SHorbly formal, dark haired and dark eyed. Her daughter is like her in height 't. anil nhaK), has her daik oes and brows, II with a profusion of golden hair, and complexion of purest pink and white. She is well educated, clever and accomplished in many ways, aud a daring aud grace- This notice (uiewnrni hm fit.Yrmtr. an I i.ihers not to tteipsss mi out lands without per mission, t nil tilth will lc prosecuted to the full est t.nti.f t lie liw Signed: M. i.ALKfm IV T I) M.WI.AND W. II. HAVb n C LVHN l'RKU liAl'MANN 10. by American I'roan AmocIa-lion.- ) Thfrro vero not so many blossoms TABLER'SPII C BUCKEYElllLE lioino in St. Louis soon after tho coming of tho new adininibtrntion und will be misMul by a largo circloof warm friends. To introduce tlmir hocoik! tlaughter, JIargaixt ICathenne, Senator and Mrs. Cahin S. Urico of Ohio gavo n superb tea. followed by a dance, in their new home, tho hh.toric Corcoran mansion on II street. For months workmen had been beautifying the iM house, nnd society was on tipto.' to sco tho result, to say nothing of welcoming another member of this popular lauiily. Mis& Kate, ns she is usually called, though not one of tho tail girls, is of fair height and good figure Shi) ban dark oyns and soft brown hair, put buck rather plainly. Liko her lister Helen, a great favorite hero, hhe hits leeii very carefully educated All or Chief Justice nnd Mrs. Melville W. Fuller's hirj,o family of girls are BEAUTY AND ENTHUSIASM. OINTMENT! Advice to Womiit 's- - vitifeasSfc.. avftfr 'VSS:SS4 t BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR I i MIiaOrnccMntxaret Gould l'osciscaTlus Attrnrtiso Attributes. Schedule Dec iS, 1692 Beauty and journalism do not always travel togetlvr in fact, thcro arc some LEAVE N'OKTO.V DAILY very clever newspaper writers who are 7:00 a. m for Graham. Ulucfield, I'ocahontnj not nltoget. it fair to look upon. New ami all nations Mat Top and rocaliontaj Divu York, however, is exceptionally fortu- ions. THE HOG IS THERE. 13:04 noon, lor Ulueficld, Kadlord, Roanoke. nate in having nearly n score of really Lytichburc, Richmond and Norfolk. Alio (via At ljwt llo lliia Ciiiiim nn Top In tlio Trim beautiful scribes whoso work finds its Koanoke) for Washington, Haseretewn, Harrli. oure, I'hiladelphiaaid New Yorl. Mat. way dai'y into the public press. Pullman Sleeping Can from Loui'vills to N folk via Norton and Kndfoid; also IUdlord High prices for fat nnd stock hogs aud New York, via Sbenin.Ioah Junction, alto R pork product must of course have tho lord to W aahuigton; alio from Lynchburg te R inevitable effect of creating n heavy do-- 1 mood. Trains for Pocahontas l'owhatanl.ani Lu iVlK- - ch Ma mand for good breeding stock, nud wo leave Uluefield daily at 6 10 a 111,830 m. os havo already reached tho point where! p tuand sio p in. lino sows nro in somo instances worth cVnmV!.,7fiC'i,!liJ6il0l?,,,,,'r for Kenova'and ArrlseColumbmgr.pm much moro than good cows. Breeders Additional tram, for Welch and intermedial. lUtior.i on Hkhorn leave Uluefield of registered hogs hnvo for somo time ' 05 p m and past seen signs of a rapidly developing Trains arrive at Norton Irom the East daily at Ir 40 p m and c 20 p in, boom, nnd nt tho Webt Liberty (la.) sale Kor further fiifonnaiian at to schedules d tho fact was developed of agent, of Norfolk .V Wester. rates. in a startling manner that breeding hos W. II. IlKVILL, Gen. Pans. Agt Koanoke, Va. aro now in greater demand than for many i years. vu average oi uvcr atn iur ui iicuu and repeated offers of $100 per head nt .If YOU ARE GOING. privato treaty for fino 60ws owned by OR local breeders from parties unablo to at tho sale would insupply themselves THE.. dicate that owners of good pure bred swino havo at tho present timo some- thing of a bonanza. OltACK JIAKOAI'.KT OODi.D. At tho nnmial meeting of tho AmeriMiss Grace Margaret Gould, formerly Breeders' association, of Albany, but for the past year a resican Poland-Chinheld at Cedar Rapids just liefora this dent of busy New York, may lay claim largo attendance, nnd to being ono of theso. Mis3 Gould is snlo, there was Louisville 4 Nashville R. R: tho opinion was freely expressed that the tall, dark nnd very winning in manner, demand will not only exceed tho supply, with eyes of uzure brown. Ii the line for you, as it but that it will tako Eoveral years to But it is not of her nppcaranco nlone breed back to tho ioiut whero hogs will that Miss Gould may bo justly proud, Make cloie connection at again bo plentiful. for sho is ono of a busy stall of hustling LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Wo congratulate swino growers upon reportera, nnd her daily work is both tho good fo.'tiine that has overtaken For all points. and varied. All sorts of topics ine.- tltri rtfA iti cltiTn . r Tifanfif lit tlifil pen. Sho writes THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. ..iiu.hu.... ' r". ,i como from her facilo HAGGAGE.CHECKKD THROUGH peculiar conuuions now existing nnu ' child's stories, dees fashions in dress aud For any information !.iquire cf trust that calm judgment nnd discretion in furniture leports cotnmitteo meeteent, jucj. ivii-rrather than undue excitement willguido ings and writes up balls, weddings and Or W . PLNX, 1 rav. Past. Ajfent, through tho era. of high food exhibits. investors safely Junction City, Ky prices now inaugurated. Hogs nro nowj Tho lifo of n Now York nowspapcr legitimately wortl a good price, and the womnu is a busy one, nnd, ns Miss Gould swino herd properly handled should declares, a woman must put all her time, yield a handsome return for tho ensuing her intellect and her character into her CHESAPEAKE OHIO year at least. Breeder's Gazette. work, or sho will not be a success. j I feW NorlolliiWest6rnli.il Good-wi- ll 1 j 1 Poland-Chiiiii- j Rail-rovlc- rfrMmwM '&ORTK WEST, j a I I Rouble Dally Trains ' -. Vliltr IIiiIIhihI Turki-yn- . Augusta Pr.icorr. Wi-mtlii- uw-rim- or jlll J , Why yon suffer 1 Tiny Liver Pills n TUTTS 2 I Ix-e- I intro-iluce- tl com-ploxio- s I o I m &F1 mA a . T 7! J. S. APPLEMAN M. D.. I III English Specialist, Kiriiuil)- - Cllll KAll f II l'ro1cruf I'rjclKciof Mrdt tnr, Electrical Modical Collcgo, TORONTO, CANADA, Now huinininc l'li)(l un if the Southern Modical Institute, I.Ot'!S II.l.K, K. s' Dr. ApplenuitU crailuatr f f llellevue II". tut- MeJItal College, Ntw YirU City, nml llir l.frt- rlcal Medictl Cnlltsc, Toronto, Caiiiil.i. llt-IBjde a iecil ltidy l tlir iIiicju'I he trrilcil n. tlio crcat llellevue 4 ml Charity Hospital tor ev crji ycirt mil rectigiilieinimuperior in iIIjciiohii He ileoic all i and trentine Chronic hii time tolhc trcitinent of chtonl. ami iicrMiui M11 at un epert in liliieaict of both icxei anil hit thi clais o( caet i well established, Trcatt tut. e!ulIy, and al Will he at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, Mar. 28, one day only. Kclurnin every lour wielt iIuiIiik thejer. I)lei. Cornelia Day Mcl.analmn, tho cheeks. She is justoutof school, speaks daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo V. Gorman, reads it great deal and is quito McLuuahan, is a tall mid graceful girl, nn nrtist, painting lieautifully from Sho had no formal coming cut, with largo brown eyes, clear, warm complexion and wavy, dark auburn hair, but Hindu her first appcanmco nt a largo which is worn in a largo coil nt tho back reception given by her mother and sevof her hlmu'ly head. Sho is descended eral other ladies nt tho National hotel. Another nttrnctivo girl, who glided from good old Revolutionary families of Now York and Pennsylvania nnd has out. us it woro, without a formal anbeen carefully educated, chiefly abroad. nouncement, is Vnlentina Mendoncn.the Sho hiK'aks several languages with ease, youngest of tho Brazilian minister's four aud an accom- daughters. Sho is a real Spanish girl in is a graceful plished whip. Her parents have n beau appearance, has dark oyes and hair, tiful Bummer homo on tho Hudson nnd a heavily iienciled browH and clear olive haudsomo runidonco here. Tho tea given skin. Sho is a fearless und graceful as aro her sisters, nud io introduce their daughter was an elespeaks English ns well as her native gant affair. .Maudo Virginia Peyton Walcott tongue, but then most of her life has daughter or Colonel William II. Wal-- i becu spent here, so why shouldn't she; cott, U. S. A., retired, belongs to n inn-- I Her charming stepmother is iinAmeii-cawoman, but looks ns much a Span bicnl family father, mother nnd chil- ford ns nny of her girls. in- droit nil playing upon eoiuo kind of Miss Amy Liober, daughter of Colonel strument. This young lady is equally O. N. Lielwr, judgo advocato gencrid of i at homo with piano, drum, tambourine ' aud ono or two other instruments; so, tho wnr department, wns ono of tho atvery naturally, tho tea given for her tractive girls whoso coming out was celi dobut merged into n inusicnlo. Liko ebrated by an olegunt tea. Sho is ono of mobt of her sister blossoms, sho is tall the tall buds, has soft, light brown hair, and slender, has n fair complexion, fine fair complexion, good featured nnd gray twth, hazel eyes and wavy chestnut hair. bluo eyes, is accomplished nnd very agreeable in manner. Still another bud aud n most Marion Urntz Cvosby, daughter of Admiral Crosby, whoso homo for many years has been in this city. Sho is of Mcy aBBn good height nnd figure, lias brown eyes ' i nnd hair, fair complexion nnd a 6weet i smilo. Sho bus been carefully educated ' nud has a very refined and pleasing manAlitsS na-tuthort-uwoma- n hort-ewoma- ful ndor. Aiir.t.r. ASiiwoiiTii i:m.ok. I n I charm-itigonoi- s , I j ner Pormanently Cures Acute and Chrcmc Catarrh, Rlnhi; in Kji. f Ke, Kar, .Ntc, Thiiul Dejlnti. I.unci. Ktiiney, Unnarr anil llladder troulilci, llrlahl'i Dneaio, Duhetei, DyipepiU, Conati pation, Rheumatism amt I'aralym, bpilrptyoi it positively curea. from Fper. Vounc or middle aged men nutorrneji, Itupolcncy. Eruptioiia, the result, ol call hefore It is too latt. erroraorexcemes, ahoiilil VVe gutante a enroll chc naauoi sone ioo lar SiineilluouahJir and all crupltona of the lace permanently removed I)m-aeo1 Juuutte M. Baiiihtt. , V1 ii.mTP;i' "" ' bl7fU ViVS gHSi'Xp9 . I rrjTfilt.ft'' SvVli' i?'' vl fit '' '' V.-1 Tl e- -J A JlifliV if .,a,kJ. ..; T- - '.1 " Blood nud Skin Diseases. Syphilis Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, "tc, cured by never falling rcmecies Ducasri ol women, inch as I.eiicorrhea, painful Menstruation, Displacement ol Womb, bearing down paim in bad., lehrved in ihort lime. The Doctor carru-- i all hla portable Instrument! and cornea prepared to examine the most ohciire medical and urgical caes. uui cure lie undertake no incuraDie A HAltA n.MNUItlDOi: SHIELDS. y? hundreds i;len up to die. CONSULTATION FREE Addrcis And Confidential J S UTLUMAN, M. D, Louisville, Ky A charming nnd cultured girl is Sara Bainbridge Shields, daughter of General Georgo II. Shields, assistant attorney general for tho interior department. Sho is woll up for so ycung a girl in the best lltoraturo of tho day, nnd speaks fluently French, German nnd Spanish. Sho was introduced nt an enjoyablo nnd largely attended tea. Mrs. Shields, an accomplished and agreeublo woman, is secretary of tho Daughters of tho Revolution. This nleasant family will probably return to their former corro-upondin- g The fiirteri Kcniblea. The Kembles covered live generations of actors, tlio most gifted family in that profession that the world has seen. But tho dramatic gifts do not come from tho Kcrnblo side of tha house, but from the femulo line. Roger Kemblo wits not nn actor when ho married tho beautiful and accomplished daughter of an actor named Ward, but a hairdresser. Under his wife's tuition and with her companionship ho developed into a fair actor, however. Twelve children wcro born to tho couple. Tho oldest and moat gifted of all was Mrs. Siddons. The dramatic power of tho Kembles thus camo through their mother, und tho greatest of them was also a woman. Tho genius shines conspicuous on tho female side throughout If Mrs. Siddons was tho greatest of tho Kembles, the uext greatest was her niece, Fanny Kemble, who died at me Deginningoi tins year. Wo reproduce from Tho Poultry World WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. tho accompanying artistic illustration of these haudsomo birds. While tho favorI'arasrnph In Written Kipeclally For Von ns Men to Head. ite nnd mammoth bronze turkey family will doubtless furnish tho popular marAmong my friends is a young woman ket fowl, yet for fanciers nnd for giving who has lately refused threo different ofvariety to picturcsquo poultry yards tho fers of tnnrringc. Sho is n strong, beauwhite Holland makes u brilliant nppear-mice- . tiful, queenly girl, who supports herself handsomely by a work sho has chosen. All known breeds of turkey nro de Sho is attractive in society, nnd people scended from ono or tho other of tho' wonder why sho does not marry. She wild of this fowl found in Amcr-- ' herself has no antipathy to marriage icn when tho country wns discovered. and would make ono of tho sweetest, Ono siiecies was found in Mexico, a uif- noblest of wives. Why does sho not marry? When asked that question by Intimate friends, sho answers simply, "I Liu -t ' don't know anybody 1 would have." j With admirers in plenty sho tells the m Tiw&fEvLXy , literal truth. Tho young men who offer SfirsjS . themselves to her aro of a tj'po which is lamentably common in all cities just tho ordinary, well dressed, undersized, scrawny, cigarette rmoking, alcohol drinking youth who is proud of going on Saturday night "tcr.rs" or 'tares," ' whichover way yon would rather spell it. Ono of tho threo my young lady TIIITI. HOLLAND TCltKKYS. feix-n-t ono In New England. Early in liked almost well enough to marry. But tho ICth century sjiocimens of both tho tainted atmosphere of his past lifo breeds of tn national bird of America followed him nnd clung to him in spite weiti taken io Euroiw, where in tno of himself, barring him out forever from im.1 the pure llOinO lie BOUght tO enter. The i.rnm-nltH- l nm,rirt nf (im., tti.v ' ordinary typo of city youth whom girls domesticated. ention Tho memory of moro than ono or two ltct ia nVl to. bo of tho ,:iml of our readers will go back to a iieriod i aero is anotner type, somownat rira when tho "old white turkey hen" was a thick necked, red faced, rather resem featuro of tho farmyard and poultry bling tho prizefighter land. From these roost. But in timo tho breeds differen- two classes tho strong, beautiful, queentiated till now tho bronzo is tho prevail- ly girl whom onr timo is developing ing typo in America. Meantimo tho dif- - must chooso n husband, if sho takes one fnri'titi-ilini- i l iilimi nt nil. The number of thoso who do not m Kiirnnn Whero is the hand-- ! Klko. ?n3" is. Increasing, another line mid produced tho somo birds of which thoso in tho illus- ideal lover that all women dream of, tho tration nro a type. Tho Holland white lithe, erect, manly, broad bhouldercd turkey is u favorite in many quarter?. youth, with cheeks rose tinted by hoalth Its flesh is tender, and it nttains good and a clean lifo, with brilliant oyes nnd size. Its glistening plumago makes it a flashing white teeth, tho boy of frank, conspicuous object for hawks, however, merry soul, with heart and brain full of in districts where that bird of proy has noblo aspirations? Undoubtedly there are such royal lovers still for our young not yet been exterminated. American queens, but whero nro they? Answer me that. Bring them on the DocMuj; Ituibo. Tho Wiltshire (England) way of lamb Fceno and tako nway these young wenklings with their muddocking is given us follows: Two men sit upon a stool about 0 feet long, facing dy complexions, discolored teeth and each other, holding tho lamb between mean littlo foxy nmbitions! Tho 20th them. One man puts his arm around century woman is aweary of tho sight tho lamb, cecm ing tho foro legs, tho other of them. Mrs. Lyndo Craig has lieen admitted to holding the hind legs. Tho operator selects a mm lamb first, nud using an iron practice ns a lawyer in all tho courts of for castration returns it to a boy, who California. replaces it in n wood firo and hands back A great step has been mado in tho tho "tailing iron," an instrument about higher education of women in Germany. 2 J inches wide nt ono eud, with a thin Nino liberal minded professors of the cutting edge, having a handlo about University of Gottingcn offer private or 15 inches long, heated sufficiently U courses to women students in various cauterize. branches, ranging from church history Tho proper joint having been selected to experimental psychology. That so tho ojorator presses tho iron upon the many German professors in one unitoil, which comes off instantly, aud then versity favor woman's education is en the samo instrument sears the veins if couraging indeed. necessary. A owo lamb is handed up "Bachelor girls" aro very much the, immediately, and with tho instrument fashion now. There is a gieat difference tho tail is removed without further heating, and this goes on alternately, thus between u bachelor girl nnd an old! IJU ll Will JJItllll IP IS 1tsillilll saving time. Bleeding uf tor docking is Ullllli. misbcd matrimony and had no other renever known with this process. source to which to turn. A bachelor girl is an uumnrricd womnu who earns her Confidential as Io the lfackuey. A prominent dealer in trotters took living in a merry, independent way and the reporter nsido and said: "My boy, feels that sho will never bo left, whether let mo give you a pointer in strict con- sho marries or not Thero are not many fidence. Tho day of tho trotter ii old maids now. The first woman to bo elected assistdoomed na a Gentleman's driving horse. in a legislature is Tlio star of the hucknoy looms way up ant sergeanf near tho comet. They want horses that Mrs. M. A. Anderson of Little Rock, who can draw thtir heavy carts ami carriages was placed in her office by tho Arkansas at a lively puco moro than fast trotters, legislature. Her duties mostly consist and tho liacknoy was nover in such great in distributing mail among the mouthers and sending their letters to the post. demand. Prices aro Btiff and will so, as tho hackney has come tc Permit mo to suggest the following Times. as a question for dlscusniou by women's clubs: What effect will leurning the That color cum bo fed into butter is carpenter trade have on a man's career woll known by dairymen, but to what as a husband nnd father? extent is not definitely kuowu. There is Tho Massachusetts farmers nt their is naturally a very considerable difference in tho shades of Jersey butter, and convention in Boston voted unanimously each of theto shades may bo deepened or in favor of municipal suffrage for womlightened by judicious feeding. Among en. They did more. They passed a restho articles that' deepen the color of but- olution asking tho legislature to enact n ter aro cairots and conimoal. Yellow law enabling wolnen to vote for school cornmcal tends to mako a deeper colored committees on tho same tenus that men do. Eliza AitcHAiiD Connkk. butter thou white corn. & RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, IN.EFFFCT NOV. EAfaTHOUND. N ti: And all other Eastern Cities. ShortestJLine between Lonlnvllle, Lexington'and I Eastern Points. 1, iSoj siK-'cie- s Jcitibuled Expr. .s, 511. Lexington Louissllle Lexington estibuled fT'8 ?. dyiy Midland Accommodation, No. Sterling- - Accom., No. 18, I.ve. Lexington 6. Nn a, daily ex. Sunit.4oam Mpm 6.10pm ex.Suu - WESTBOUND. Arr. LeaiDSton: Accom., No a;, ex Sun Express No ai dailT Accom. No. .5, ex Sun Express No: a3 dailv ij.aopm 7.55am 4 6. lopro i -- &i$MUL ,- ipm fsaaj Solid Vestibuled Tratus with Dining Cars. N bus tranfera Through SIi'f,iers fio-Leviucton without change. H W. FULLFR, II. RYAN, C As'1 Gtn- - p- - Agt., ,?,' V1"- - A& aldington, D. C. Cincinnati. J I i ' OHbflHI Effl ' fAWMHm2RK C S 7y, ' ' ilO V1ILE6 n I WjWgEsm w. m :mw-'mi ." V KSsfteSRliSjfv i Twenty mlleslhe Shortest to nrrv-iwdix- St. I Chicago. Michigan Pcints, outs, Cleveland, Kullalo, Detroit, Indianaiiclis and tho West, Ne t England, Canada, Neiv York, Washington, Boston, H r. Philadelphia. IliUiinore, (Quickest tme to Harrod.burg, Frankfort, Ky. Richmond, VIRGINIA. Slurfsi fcand Quickest I'ne to semi-invalide- d FOiJW ODHILjEAKTS. SOLID Vi.STIUUI.UU TRAINS thro' with out change via Chattan. oga, llirmingham, Merii" , un making direct connections en route for Kent-villeAhexille, Lrnchburand pomlt in the i CA1KDMNA, Wilinmn At Chattanooga for t(n, Charlestcii, Augusta, Macon, Savannah nrun.wick, Luke City,T'hoiuasviUeuud FLOH1 DA points. Tho only line-- running solid Vestibuled traim with Pullman U.iidoir or Kilace Slewing Cnr to Si. Aupuitir.c without change lor any clan of bairgagc. Sclma and Moutgoinery, Htintsville, Decatur Fl 'ct'.cc, Memphis and ARKANSAS point. Shortest aud quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mo-- I le. lancet connections made at NKW OK-- 1 LANS without omuibus transfer for Calvet ten Houston, Austin, 1 1 T ' TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. he cnlv through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Miff. , bhmeport La., making direct connections without omtiihut transfer for Dallas. Kort Worth. Austin, S.n Antoma, El Paso and points 111 s TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXtCO, CALIFORNIA. For through rate:., correct county maps and lu inlornntion lallon Agent at Junction CitT, Ky W. U. IIJATT. or addrcut Timv. Pass. Asrt.. Innciion Citv.Kv D. G. EDWARDS. D MILLF.R, C. P'.VT. A., Tiathc 5'aiigr., Cum .rat. t-urins I SdMtif AaMTiCU cou-tinn- o stay."--Philadelph- TRAD! MARKS. DI.IQN PATBMTial COPVRIOHTS. free HaJ.dbock writ to for tnformmtloa andBttOASWATTMBW YOBS, MUNN C-O- Kl Oldest bureau for (curing- - patents la America. Krery patent taken out by ns Is brought beforo the public by suoUoe given frea ot cuirgs laLhtt OAVaTATS. tJ gmntiiic mttim Ijiremt cireulatlon of any tcieatlfle paper la the world. Splendidly Illustrated. Mo IntellUrooL man e hould be without ttyYeefclr. 31w( a ?caxt SLAlalx months. Addreee MpNNA CO rcuUHUEU'S SKI Broadway, New York City, t ylwVvj J' irS .HIT 'III 111 t 9VSr-T-&- ' T . ;, i. Kill iwwpfc , a. dim .in T? mm Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa. AT - ubllsbod Evory Tuesday and Friday 2 PER VJR2.A.U, IN- ADVANCK not so paid 32. SO will be charged."ta K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowiaml at 7:00 a. m., returning 'h M r turity of tho police force, nnd a weary N. LOCAL TIME CARD. L. nmn from San Francisco had just completed his best yam, in which tho hero, .. ...1 J .17 pm il trim going North wtpm a detective, carried two desperate bur" " South of a mile, one under xpress train ' South..... ....... it 51 pm glars .. n North 33 am each arm, dragging, meanwhile, a third ....... Freight North. .. Lacal 710 with his teeth. It was steep, and the South..- .5 3Pn The tatter train also carry passengers. drummers looked with some respect on The. above it calculated on standard tim.. Solar the man from tho coast. But tho chamme ii about to minutes faster. pion prevaricator was equal to the occa1 j:o p.m. weak or ailing woman that Ihrre's . only onojnedicine so sure 10 help you that it can lc guaranteed It's Dr. Pierce' Favorite PreSTMN'DAUI). Ccmes to you every oilier day l'i the year scription. In buildit'K up overworked, feeble, lor only $11 Thecheaprst and bet paper - Sn from St. Paul a day He blev.or two delicate women, or In any "female complaint" or in Kentucky jnc gets u thrcp months, IMnck Stallion; Foaled in 18SJ; 1GJ hands high. Address Tun Aiivocatk, Danville, Ky r.go with a slouch hat and .1 reputation weakness, if it ever falls to benefit or cure, you have your money back. lt an invigorating, re113. us n liar thnt has rarely been equaled storative tonic, a soothing and strengthing ner Sire of Jay Kyo Sco 2:10, Phallnn 2:13f. Director '.':17 nnd 38 others in tho 2:30 vine and n sale und never e.xcellod. He had capped every ills and ailments and certain remedy tor woman's It regulates anil promotes all list, and grand sire of Direct 2:00, Nancy Hanks 2:01. Locklmrt 2:14, nnd 33 others story that tho ring of drummers who put the proper functions, improves digestion, enrichSUROKCJN DENIIST contemplative nnd expectorative in the es the blood, diipcli aches and pains and rcstotcs in llio 2:30 lint. DIctntnr by Hambletnn'ian (niro of Klectionccr, George Wilkef. Dexhealth and strength. Nothing elie can be as ter, etc.) dam Clara (dninof Dexter 2:171, Alma 2:23 ami Astoria 2:2!) J) by Amerirotunda of the Ornnd Pacific could de cheap. With this, jou pay only for the good you can Star (sire of tile dams of Guy 2:12, Hubert McGregor 2:17J, Office over MrRjbeiti Dm? Store in the new etc.) Uwiley Building vise or recollect. Then the talk turned get. tanfanl 1 dam Ai.ick. . . .by Almont 33, on tho present reign of crimo nnd tho fuMaid Hi JIM HASKINS' DIRE FATE. Ifyou'iea Something to Remember, (&JE(Go The Champion Liar ltulntcs n Tarn Which Would Tut AnaiiliiH to Minmo. XCTATOM THE ADVOCATE A. 5. PRICK, Sired by Dictator li ' three-quarte- rs When When When When was sick, we gavo lief Castorla. sho waa a Child, sho tried for Castoria. nho became Miss, she clung to Castorl. the had Children, she gi".ethem CastorU. Tiali 2 dam 3 diun 4 record 2:30. by Ahdallah (sire of Goldsmith 2:14, nnd llelmcmt, sire of 'Nutwood 2:18) dam by Mambrino cc Chief 11, out of a daughter of Pilot, Jr (sire of the dam of Maud S. 2:08). Almont sired 50 in the 2:30 list. by Normnn 25 (siru of Lula J, Mav Queen 2:20, of tho data of Kor the painless olfaction of ttcth ami other 2:20"j, Normnn Medium 2:20, etc,) minor surgery. I have It.ttd Its virtue sufficientNerval 2:17J, Fanny Ilobin-MU- i K. C. MORGAN, H. D. S. ly to know by Morse Horse (5; 1st dam Slocnnt mare, by Mngutim llomiin. Young Twyman mare, by Coeur do Leon (He vis). ZDIEIfcTTO." Ml dam OldTwyinnn mare, (uutrnccd). 181X1 TOIlJMilTT. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. sion. George Dictator will mnke the season of is a very short time in which to cure a bad case of rheumatism; but it can be done, it the proper treatment is adopted, as will be seen by the following from James Lambert, of New Ilruni-wic111.: "I vat badly a flic led with rheumatism In the hips and Igs, when I bought a bottle of at ft PI rv THE SHELTON HOUSE My fine saddle stallion, by On Time and out of a Stonewall Jackson mare, will also make the season at the Mime time and place at SIO to insure a living colt. "Lemmo tell yon a littlo something that happened up our way a year or two Chamberlain's Pain Helm. It cured me in three ago. There was a fellow by tho nnino days. I am all right and would Insist on I am receiving one of the moil elecant lines el every one whols afflicted with that terrible disease of Jim Haskins Chicago crook ho was MIl.I.I.INKKV evir .elect to use Chamberlain's Pain Halm and get well at This fine draft stallion will make the present season at mv farm at IO to insure a ed with an epeeial tunJiol in Stanford, of tins ttw to the wants polico down hero couldn't do once." 50 cent bottles for sale by W. It. Mc Roberts, living and the colt. He hits proven himself a nplendld breeder. I also have trade. Mm Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an espe. Druggist, Stanford, Ky nothin with him; bo they offered a rerlencrd tnmmir, is wftri nt this season and I guarantee tvem)uni t j be In (he latest and mou ward for him and let it go at that. I Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. appiovcd fashion the ladles are Intitrd to call guess ho found it kinder slow in this The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises will take and riamlne my whKh tores, ulcers, fever tetter, chap- - Which will stand nt placo and wanted to striko n livo town. peu nanus, salt rheum,corns sores,an in shuini. the same place and ttmu at $10 " insure a living colt. ana sain erup chilblains, 6i MISS I.ICCIK 1IKAZI.KV. "Anyways ho drifted up our way and tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirWill pasture marcs nt $2, but not responsible for accidents, raised Cain for a bit. Didn't seem to ed. It is guaranteed to givv perfect satisfaction M. S. BAUOHMAN, matter what ho put his hand to, ho camo or money refunded. Price 15 cents per boi. For sale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. 3 Stanford, ICy. out ahead, nnd 6omehow or other ho alROWLAND, KY La Grippe. ways niannged to slimo out tho right end DEALER IN CROCERJES, HARDWARE, Grippo the past During the when it wns all over. They pinched him seasons was aprevalencs of the those who de- Lincoln County is the best County in the State; Mustonville, Ky., is IWiols and Sheet, Cieari aud Tohrcv Ohl noticeable fact that it a dozen times when everybody knowed pended upon Dr. King's New Discovery uot only ItlvrrSsIt for sale hy the tarrrl. Witt taVe country produce In rchanue for good at maiiel price the best town; ho was tho man they wanted, but they had a speedy recoerv, but escaped all theremedy I am also agent lur iIik old reliaSle llmdhead effects ot the malady. This alter a full line uf llicic guads In and ill couldn't convict him. But they caught seems to have a peculiar power In effecting rapid locV.aud all I aiV of the tiirrchams ot Manfonl all him in tho net nt last, nnd I was the man curev, not only In caes ot La Grippo but inhas and Howland is In five me their onlers and I alll and I.ungs and diseases of the Throat, Chett as did it leastways it was my idea. put the goods In their bonus it Factory prices cured cases ol Asthma and Hay Fever of long I hanking the public fur liberal patronage, aiV s It wont dis"You Bee, it was just this way. I re standing. Try it and be convinced. Pcnn)'sdmg K. cuutlnuonce of same and rnnsin our obllenl appoint. Free trial bottles at A, member jest as well as though it hap- store. servant. Absolutely J If. II I LION, pened yesterday. It was ono snowy The best and cheapest man in the county. Strength night, freezin hard enough to curdle a Ifvouarenot feelingand Health healthy, try trong and they Klectric Hitters. If La Grippe has A cream of tarter baking pow- furnace, and officer was layin for Jim. and weary, use Electric hitlers lelt you weak. I have come to this town (Mustonville) and opened this day with a This remedy t'WAtea in full line of der. Higcst of all in leavening Thero wasau coursoby the name of Gal- acts directly on the Licr, Stomach and Kidnejs,lagher, and of we called him gently aiding those organs to perform their tuno.1IcrcIiauliNc, strength. Latest United States Ho got a pointer ns Jim was goin nous. If you are afflicted villi Sick Headache relief by will rind speedy Government Food Report. to do a job at a hardware btore a little you Klectric Hitters. and permanent convince takAnd Country I'rvdurr, you One trial will ing llasopencd his sioik et gNxls anit is ready tt ways out in tho buburbs, that is the remedy vou need. Large bottles serve the prop! of Manford anO vn mity lien ROYALJBAKING POWDER CO , 'You try irv scheme, nn if and I guys, only this at A. It. Penny's drugstore. 50c it comes off oileritig unheard of llaraltis and all who wan 100 Wall St., New York. good goods at trie lowest potsihle r tiers should wo'll whack up ou tho reward.' 'It's n Cholorlno In Pennsylvania. call on him on Arrnur go,' says he. S wick ley, Penn,: We had an epidemic of New Crusher and Bolting Cloth. it. "Well, Jim gets into tho store all right cholerine, as our I nhviiciaus called with In thisChainmade a suspicion as Gallagher place lately and Cholera andgreat hit Diarrhoea Remedy. Having added to my Mill a Corn Crusher, one nnd didn't bctlaln'i Colic, will grind cob ami all and at the same time knowed it. But Gallagher was right I sold four dozen bottles 01 It in one week and that n did grind any other kind of grain and mix it to suit with him. since sold nearly a Horattion Ho slipped olf his shoes havewoik and was a biggrtrs. This Ilemedy me. advertisement for the anyone, and alto put in a new Hour Ilolting you toute cood old- - nnd crawled up behind Jim. Jest as t'veral persons who had been troubled with Cloth, I am prepared to make Ecccl fashion llurr Flour; and am putting in a Meal Jim was renchin out to trv a key in tho diarrhoea for twoor three weeks were cured by a few doses ot this medicine P P. Knapp, Ph. G., 11011, win cave it ready in a week nr so. sI'ANrOKt), KKNTltKY , cash drawer Gallngher blips a big mag5 and jo cent bottles lor sale by W. 11. 961m J. H.IJRIGHT. Druggist, Stantotd, Ky. t net into Jim's pocket and scoots. 'What's that?' says' Jim, but ho didn't say nay Having purchatr. of A. T. NwiiaelW his liv Just tho Thine. ery busiuets I canbe at hliold stand rradv more, for a couple of feet of stovepiic to wait on the puldlc st aa This isan expression the traveling public line dai r bight landed on his shoulder. 'Why, the itriniDg nui use when they find scmethinr tnat is exact-will open on January fSth, 1S9J a Dairy, from which I call supply any quantity ot blamed store's alive,' ho says, and make what they want. This expres.c u applies diFIRST-CLAS- S : TURNOUTS Jersey milk to the people of Mantord and a break for tho door. Ho dodged keg rectly to the Wisconin Central Lines, which is at the following prices, delivered: I am running 1 nave some isargams to snow yon. of nails and a couplo of rolls of barb now admitted by all to be "Thst. Route' from Chishall leave my stable ami my prices ll be ai to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland, o cents Fresh Milk, per gallon '.? V th.e .lo""- 'Wl 'Uet my Stanford and wiro and runs down tho btreet with the cagoall points in the Northwest. 1 heir Duluth-an- a double Kiwland 'bus line. Skimmed Milk, pir gallon to cents wholo stock after him. daily train service and fine equipment ctTersin 8 cents Hatter Milk, per gallon which T r ci "Xiua.JK. "Well, you'd 'a died laughing to see it. duccment the onlycan not Lc surpassed. line running boihthroujli PullThis is I will make two trips dilly. The patronage oi the He hadn't run moro'n a block, with all man First Class and Touriut blecpers from Chlca-Gpublic is solicited U. Av I'tt IU.il, to Pacific Coast Points without change. Stanford, Ky. that truck clatterin after him like as it 91. yr, address your nearest tickwould havo wakened a wooden man, et For full informationPond, General Passenger and In Kentucky and one WIIOLKSALK STORK in Cincinnati, Ohio. PKACTK AU . acent or James C. when thero was a lamppost seemed to lay 'licket Agent. Chicago, III. Now, as I buy in quantities I am able to sell ycu goods . Plumbers and Steam Fitters from him. Ilowarn'tmore'n 10 feet away Mother's Recommondatlon. for it when it gives a jump and falls all day cf Febru There came to my place the 14th We are acquainted with many mothers in Ccn leatert in all kinds of Iron and llrait Hoods for arv a HAY MAKE, nit e.111 old. whlteon na over Jim. Wo gathered him up nnd tervllle who would not be without Chamberlain's slram and watar Sanitary 5(1 of all V!jmI, All tern 0! loft front and leit hind loot, star and snip, toted many Kemedy in wurV. guaranteed against defective material and him t a wagon with 200 iounds of Couhlis cost, and the house tor a food every about nM hands hich. Owner can have her by are recommending it times wurlman.lnp ,, paying for pasturogc and advertising. nails clinging all over him." day From perioral experience, we can say that . 103 H.J. DAKST, Stanford. for it has broken up "I guess wo can swallow that easier if Ccntcrville South bad coldsCitircn.our children. Klsc in the Dakota, country. GIVE ME A TRIAL. I can Save you Money. 50 cent bottles wo tako something on tho side," said tho Co Notice to the Traveling Public. man from San Francisco, and tho ring for sale by W. II. McKobeits, Druggist, Stanford, Ky IT. I have had adjourned. Chicago Times. or stankoki),:ky.. South-bounBlue-Grad ss d y; Trains pass Junction City as follows: No. t, Limited, 11:25 p. m ; No, Special, arrives 8 40 p. m. No. 5, , Q. & C. Special, 11:17 a. m"; No. 7, Fast Mail, arrives 11:40 p. m., leaves 3:03 p. m. North-bounNo. 3, Q.St C, Special, 3:10 p. m J No. 4 leaves at 6 a. m. ; No. 6, Limited, 3:15 a. m; No. 8, Express, arrives 12:01 p. m., leaves 1:15 p. ni. confident ly, and nn expectant groan ran nround Baid "That ain't much," he Ihree dnrs Rheumatism Quickly Cured. .$20 to Iiimuo a living colt. Houso and 6 or 8 Acres of Land. t will rent privately my Home and Lot near Msnlorcl on the Uanvlil Hike I'otstsstnn eiven MRS KANNIK III' N.N, March ist. 100-t- f Stanlord, Ky. the circle BEA.TJ3EO!SrT. Thx Good TO THE .LADIES. 8 Jaoks, (Oo-li- , 1 pleat-ur- e 1 vJ. HE. ECILTOlSr troub-leio- l'i r oi I Pure c. d. poiarjGr.x.. -:- 'Let-erg- o.' General Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Also Hoots, Shoes, lints, &c. Full I.iiic oi'TIiiwarc. l.n W. C. HTJTCmiTCS, McRob-crts- 1 First-Cla- ss y COME ONE COME ALL Three : Big : Livery and Stable, How-lan- d 11 - o Stores 9t-6- ei uo 1 STRAXJBcSc CO., ESTEAY. I Cheaper Than Anybody FEliD, Hustonvillo, Zy. tmW- Farmers Rank&Trust - At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons In the State, open day and night; a night man meets all trains. In connection with Housr have also one of tho best Mineral wells in the .Stati and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G. V. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ingram, Erin, Tenn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. D. E. Proctor, C. H. Braum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. ami Mrs. V. It. Johnson. New llasen, Jim Cox, Grecnsburvr. Kates $1 per day. J. M. f'etrey. clerk. Give me a call. uSoiy J.W. CARRIER, Prop. DR. W. B. PENNY Dentist. Ofic South side Main street, in office recta vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Tiirnlnc tho Tables. The other day two Chineso damsels invaded tho San Francisco Chronicle liuildinx. They rodo up and down the elevator, visiting tho different floora, oeiiiii,' tho doors of several offices, apparently for no other purposo than to heo wliat waa niHde. meanwhile all the timo jabbering and laughing, rs if they wero much amused. When asked whom they were looking for, ono of them r swered, "Wo no look for anybody we all the same slumming." Argonaut. Follow, lug Sl Few More Building Lots For I In the corporate limits of Rowland. H.:i. DARST. Rowland jrmwrES F1YE j Is now lull y orgamred and ready for busiacsi will Paid up Capital of 9) "jj Surplus, . JTtJ $200,000. L't. 000. HUSTONVILUi, KY. SUCCESSOR to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OK STANIORI), Ills Atlvlce. com- Prisoner Yes, mitted the theft with which I am charged entirely through the instigation of my "V7". medical adviser. MagistrateYou mean to say that in carrying out an ex'ieriment in hypno- Kentucky, tism he sugehted the crime to you? Prisoner I don't knowalwnt that, but Offers his professional services to the people of ono thing is certain he told me to take tWIs section, lias had eight year' experience in the business. Kefers to the Hrsc National Hank tomething before going to bed. Agenda of Stanford, where ho can be found. Printemps. your worship, I Offers Bargains in all kinds of Goods for 30 days, in order to make Now (.losing up) with the saiae aiseta and under ine same management. Hy chaiier, depositors arc at My Spring Shoes arc daily arriving, and fully prnviiiont ofasitsaie depositors in Natioaal room for his Spring Goods protected Hanks, its shareholder, being held Individually F. B. RILBY.l Proprietor, far excel anything ever shown in Hustonvillc in quality, workmanship liable to the eatcnt of the amount of their stock Kentucky. and style. I have some Shoes and Hoots left over, which I will close therein at the parinvalue thereol, in addition to th. London, - amount invested auch shares. It act Ladies' Pebble Huttons 75c; Kid Muttons 95c; Men's eaecutnr, administrator, trustee, Ac, may fully as I have moved to my new Hottljand am b.ttei out very low as at tnindividual. prepared than ever to accommodate th. public Congress and Lace Shoes Si. 40, worth $2; Heavy Hoots Si. 25, Si50 To thot. who entrusted their buisinets ta us Good Livery attached and every convenience d while tnniglng th. sued. Give mc a call. and S2, worth double the money. A nice line of dark Calico at 5c. Stanford, w. w here Lincoln National Bank .1 tender our many thanks U4 TRANK RII.EV. 77 Hlankets comforts trust they will THE RILEY HOUSE . and CIVIL ENGINEER, Stanford, E. SMITH, BANKS THE JEWELER, Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of At Almost HALF PRICE. Arbucklc's Coffee 25c; Eire Proof Oil 15c gallon and a great ber of Hargains too numerous to mention in all kinds of goods. Terms 30 days to responsible parties. num- continue to transact their busiest, with us, olferlng as a guarantee foe prompt allta-Io- n to eame.onr twenty years' espen.nce la banking and as liberal acioiuinodaliont at are coa sistent with souud banking. MHSCTOHs: J. II. BAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STOKM INSURANCE AGENT Representing Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Km;.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. Companies. 1 would All of which are first-elbe pleased to wait o n my friends in this line. Pol . icies promptly issued. Will insure acainst tornadoes, wind storms and lightning. Lightning without additional charge. .Office at First Natioual llank, Stanford as tl Xcarcighted Stranger tin hotel reading room) I sec you are looking at a plan of ono of tho new fangled labyrinths. They are mighty puzzling things. Havo you ever happened to Gentleman From New England (with exceeding bti lines.-.-) 1 am looking at a map of Boston, Mr. Chicago Tribune. Vorre Tliun a I'lrr. Xntiiral Mistake. Watches, Clocks And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All goods sold.engraved tree of charge. PLOWS, PliOWS We now have Of Oliver Chillc'd Plows, Hucher & Giobs' Imperial Plows in steel and chilled and Malta Double Shovels. b Williams, Ml. Vetoon; J.M, Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, btanford; , S, J. Kmbry, Stanford; J. E. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevillt; J. V. Cash, Stanford; William (Jooch, Stanlord, fCy S. II. Shankt, I'retident. J " 0ley,Cahiei J. , V. T. llrlgnt, Teller FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. Pupa Terrible crush down town. Seven men were trampled to death. Mamma Mercyl Wcs there a fire? "Oh, no. A ribbon sale." Detroit Tribune. Nut Kxiictly What Slit- - .Meant. Jewelry A COMPLETE LINE Capital Stock Surplus Wo Do FUMSHXIMSs Crab Orchard, Ky. KY. S200.00C 20,50O Falls Branch Jellico CoalCo., Minersand shippers of the GENUINE "Was that man who just went out a friend of tho family?" "Oh, bless you, no: he's my husband!" Vogue. Until .tiitUtird. WP Your patronage respectfully solicited. Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents for .Stanford Jand Rowland., Office corner ot Depot street and rail- taiari rrntiltlf. "w lif a riwnn 6 n'r tuuuia aiio. I v; , fiS THE60FFEY HOUSE' STANFORD, KY., DRUGGIST A. lo PEMN1T9 AND Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange for goods. JEWELER JOSEPH COFFEY. Pro'r. la uiy charge and This Hotel, renovated anl refurnished, Is now conduct it so at to I intend not only maintain ita high reputation, but to addmenus, special m its lom? list 01 imainumtionsfor commercial travelers and lino rooms for the display of samples. The LargcstJStock to select from. Prices alwas as Lowas the lowWatchest. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of JcwelryDepartmcnt. andJewelry Repaired and Warranted. es, Clocks f lsurrnviiiir Beautifully and Artistically Done. Tho Old Wife Have you induced your husband to givo up cigarette smoking yet? -- ft AT- AZFirat-Clas- s Saloon Jesse"Thompson's !Barber,,Shop, Aid BILLIARD and POOL ItOOMS attached JOSEPH COKFKY. j7-- tl r-e- - Tho Young Wife Oh, my, yes. He Thore are three of the belt liarbcrs the State only inhales them now. Wo com promised 1 here are also excellent Ilath Roomsin run In connection Agent lor l.i'XWKlon Ste.im Laundry. oa that.-Tru- tli,, Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal patronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite at A.JR, PENNY. tcntion, honest gcocs and fair prices. Attention of the public i invited to the fac this is the only National llank in Stanford Under the provisloni of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by th. capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability lur an amount eipial to the stuck, so that depositors of this Institution are secured by a fund of Jioo.ooo. Kive sworn statements of HiariinliiUn nr il.. 1...1. are made each yearto the United States govern-mer- it and Its assets are examined at stated tim.i by government agents, thus securing addititosa and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established at th Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then ired as the National Hank ol Stanford in iS6j and again the Kirst National liank of Stanlord in iMj, hat had practically an uninterrupted existence of years. Ills better supplied now with lacllities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long aud honorable career. Account of corporations, s, Crms and individuals respectfully toileted. The Directory of this Hank it composed ol T. J. Hotter, of Stanford; FnrestusKeid, Lincoln county ; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; .. ,' S.IL Baughman, Ltncolu; M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J.S. Hocker. Stanford; O A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill.Stanford. W. O. Welch, Staafard; OKFICERS,',e' S,aD'0rd-I.S- . fidu-curie- Hocker, Fretideot; John J. McRobcrts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. "ft " . f. 4 it "T W t j.jt'--l - ' ' rj-- ' uyt rv 5emi-Weekly -- IhteriorJourhal Wi:ivi) llio picturt'H of tlio cabinet ofllcctHon our j;ivf it limit, in the rcn market price, delivered at Slielby City. Timotiiv hswI, rod top 8"inl, tula anil Kd bftd the ooJa but s.vore I. S. TcvK -Ky., Maiicm 7, 1S1K millet itt V. H. Wenrun & Co.'a. .rANKOitu, tlmt another nero left them with him Col .Tnrlt Ohlnn baa sold his interest XoiiTitKii.v Hued potutot, onion wetH, to take care of for him. The jury didn't iu the Kentucky racing utablts to Mr. J. w.o.WAttToN,DUB.MQnaRer Kirdeu and Mower need atMeKinuey think bo told "the truth, the whole B. fhompeon, niultlienameofthestablcs truth and nothing but tbo truth," Foit will be chanced to "Old Jordan." Price, Hros. Tiiis week at the New Cash Store. Cloaks and Overcoats, Winter took lets than 10 inmntcH to find n ver Jl.'iBOO. (Harrodsburg Sayings. PEHSONAL POINTS. biiok dict. W. A. Triable, Kq KiioNTupHtiiiisDom ill tlrfeCrniK Suits, Flannels, Comforts and defended C. A L. K ColPinun have bought rebuildiui; for rent, unfurnished. Mrs. Hrown, by appointment of the court. Mil. CltAHLKH Ok.man la vury ill of cently of different parties for Jupo deliv" Mary Wray. Sixteen men from tbo Wayntsburu ery suvornl crops of lambs nt Oc. They pni'tinioiua. Mu. W. II. Wkaiikn Wl'Ut to (iuoicu-tow- n Tiik Reporter uivri that Hobt. C Hnil neibborbood who failed to respond to sold to S. 0. Curd 5 yeniling eteorfl at 11L Suiiilrty. has sold to A. J. Crawford bii bou.li) in the summons to comn bure and bo examHarrodsburg Democrat. Adoli'ii Clout, of WreatHus, is clerk-iu- Somerai't for $2,500 and bought of ined for juror in the Saunders case were M. F. Klkin, bouubtof Cyrus Joues In tlio Louisvilln Mtoro. biiii a homm and lot on Walnut etroet, in before tbo ju lo on ruleo yesterday when a bunch of 250 pound hogs nt 111; of the following were lined SI and cosl-- s George M. Haker n lot of ehoats at 55 85; Mitfl. J. is. Hick returned fionf a South Soinorisi't, for 7."0. each: 0. A. Fox, V. I). Dye, O. W. two Htef rs of William Morelaud for S104; This week to make room for our Spring Stock. Our Mr. Hughes visit to Cov City ami Louisville. bus adopted Leach, S. T. HIankenHhip, G. L. Murphy. Tiik llijoii, at ljuirH-ille- , of Henry Newland, a fat cow for $25. has just returned from the cities, where he bought one of the nicest Mim. G. 0. tiivcs's liiis returned liomu tbo New York tbeatric.il innovation of TheaecauhtitforS10nndcojt8: 0. C. C. ClarVe, ot Hourbon county, sold stocks of goods ever brought aftur a protravti(l visit to llouruon. to any town in Kentucky. And while femalo turners mid Wallon'a Opera I..aeh, I). V. Caldwell, W. H. Padgett, to Hrack Gillespie 'JO bead llotiHO will ilnthubamu when it can an C. F. Sbollstall, Mieh M.uuiti: TccKtxit n relumed C F. Baker, J. H. Walls, cattlo at 5c, to go in August. Corn is you arc in buying Winter Goods, don't fail to have us show you our Don't all epeaR at M. I). Walls and W. 0. Alford from u visit of Fcvurul wvuka to Iouls-ville- . cure tlio ladies. G. W. selling nt 52 19, hemp at SI 75 and timo- new goods. Our new things in Dress Goods, in White Goods, Laonce. Padgett was fined J" and W. II. Clore, thy liny at f 12 per ton. Midway Clip- ces and Embroideries, both colored and white, and our new Clothing Jkhsk Kamhkv went to Lexington Friand per. Fell Dkau. .If hhu Mc(uHy, a worthy I'd Murphy sorto W. II. Padgett woro and Gents' Furnishings are wonderful. These goods arc bought for ll ly to spend n inontli in liitf lirotliur'tt of reasons were Riven All Hon John W. Yerke?, the Kentuc-k- y citizen of the Highland neighborhood, olllco. World's Fair Cotitmifrsioner who has cash and we intend to make things red hot. fell dead when be ;ot up to mako the but none were accepted m excuses but Mittens A s.n ik Hoi.mks ami Mnrtl.a slcknefs of tlu man or bis family. We will open a splendid line of Sattccns, French Ginghams, Outcharge of the live stock exhibit to be fire Friday morning. He was ahout f5 Kotit went to Danvillu Saturday to upend V. T. Saunders, who was given two made by the State Ht Chicago, has issued ings, Percales, Henriettas, Serges, French Poplins, and everything in Vt'iitH of nge and leaven u wife and severKuvernl dnjH. years for the murder of Jude Kybert, a call to breeders and all interested paral children. Dress Goods, Trimming Silks, &c. Come early and sec us. Hon. Dan K. Kawlinc.s, of Harbour decided not to apply for a now trial or ties to t at Lexington next Mouday ville, wn.t heru Saturday fieein uf:er n Mn. John M. Hail ban u clock that he take an appeal. An effort will be made March 13. cflce in court. bought 17 yearn iio ami which has beon to secure a pardon, arid if it fail, be will Prewitt A Wood sold In M. J. Farris Mils. M.J. IIuskipo.v, of Someniet, Iihb runnlni; everhinee I'xet-p- t .I nhort time seave his trni, which is generally con- II three-yeold steers, 070 pouuda avboon on n visit to bur sinter, .Mm. for repaira twice. It tickn m bind iib sidered very lijibt. erage, at ;ij. H. G. Fox sold to Kelley. the iiveriiKe clock etriKi-- iinil Mr. Hail Silas Mecscr was tried yesterday afof New Hampshire, a saddle mare Mim. J. II. SiKi'JiKSH, of Crnb Orcb-arhas ot ten bo hbo cannot hleep uuleH-- she ternoon for tdiioliiiK into the bouse by On Time for SHOO. Haugiiinan Hroe. wan tlie Ruentof Mrs. V. 0. V unroll bears its reKtilar beat. of the MisHes Huehes, after W. II. Mar- - sold to H. K. Thompson, of Garrard, a for n few dayw. cum for tbu name oflemo bad been saddle stallion by Silver King for 300. Notickh for npplit'iitiou for hotel Mif.i Jknniu Wkst, of lUrrodnlnirj,, J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Tbo cam will not bo given to Advocate. with the privileue of retailing li- bKUit to tencb nt tin White Oak Selmol the jury till this inornim;. Peach farmeis, who claim to know, Spring1 quortt bisve been ported by Me8?r. I. V. 24U1, 1893. llouflti yenturdny. Bay that tbo fruit has not yet beon injur CHURCH AFFAIRS. Miwt Maiiy Lt'HK, of Ilutlonvllle, in lireen and Joe Cotl'ey, of this place. J. ed by tbo cold in this section. The Full corp of Conservatory nn l N'ontul School tcachen. S iperlor course! in Literature, Muiic and tliu (Ufst of Minn Miry Hatbaway, of W. JntiK'H A Co., of Crab Orchard, and Kv. A. V. Sizemoro will preach nt fruit growers say that their crop An Excellent boarding department CaUtoues and circulars furnUhpd on application. S. A. Coyle, of the Shelby City vicinity, Daughters College. Hnrrodaburu Dcin Sunday afternoon has been considerably damaged and Colley's hfbool-houwill apply for dlfitilb'rV liene. orruU noxt at 3 o'clock. there h also somo complaint from TenCait. J. C. Hkyant has told liia druc Tiiok who wish to be entertained and The third Quarterly Meeting of the nessee, There some of the fiuest peacheB n, htoru In Lexington tn J. I), Wilson, amiiKed will not fail to attend the dram- Stanford cbnrgs will bo held at Mcl0ii-dre- e are grown for the markets. Hopkins- of tlm nppnliUinunl of U. it Heema, atic reading mid impernuntio'jt of Mr. on Saturday and Sunday, March IS ville Kentuckian. S. mnrahul. Frederick K. lj-iat WhIIoii'd Opeia ami U). Kev. II. P. Walker, D. 1)., will Tlio Somerset Keporter that J. Muu Blanchi; Swanky and Mr. MooMain Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in The lecturo oouunitteo conduct the services. House W. Lewis' experiment in genseug farmdy Hardin, of Iincnntur, pu-tothro' is inakinufitrong etlorl to have tlio.'o The Ibiv. Wallace Cnrnahan, rolor ing is proving very patisfactory. He be' to Indianapolis Saturday to buy their unUirlaluments pay expeiiFW at bwet of Christ's Mpiscopal church, at Little gun his venture about three yeors ago, NpritiK millinery. and our people should fleo to it '.hut Hnck, was dsnounced iu the Arkansas and by taking pains and studying tlio Mu. 11. (J. Faiihh, who (nipped and there la no dlHpointiii"iit. House for publishing n unni severely cen- plant he finds that it can be cultivated riprauied bin ankle a ttk or two hu, suring tlio democratic members who easily in the forest where the soil is weather. vobnl against tbo Win id's Fair appropriWi: have had some imr eontinue.s to nulfrir really from il and is damp ami rich, but it can also be grown y The beavieht piiow of the season UM n unable to leaves bin room. in opon fields, when proper conditions ation bill. Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, night wrapping the earth thickly in Mu. It. II. Kajiocv, of Ixington, imiu Kev. S. A. Day, who renounced exist. Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiscr Harrows a winding sheet of white. The mercury of itir tovuman, W. F. UiiiitHey, jwint- Methodism and joined the ministry of THE LEGISLATURE; and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat wnt down to 1.V nml Saturday was the the Christian Church, has again disrov-on-t'dnll IWHirMIIIX HI'll ill I.L'blllOII IrtHl most "bliasardy" day of dny?. Sunday The bill to prevent "barbel ing" on Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Muggy and Wagon for which be ieclvwi $76. the error of bis way anil professing andyesterdsy woro bright overhead t'Ut Sunday failed to puss Hie Senato by one Harness, Saddles, Fields, Baled Hay, &c. Mik ai.k Mi'iik fell Hivl knoekiid bur entire SRiictitleation, has once more re i snow lingers with us to go oil' to day, turned to the old fold. Il is to Ik hoped vote. Knee eap out of phict. Two pliyHoimiM perhaps in the promir.oi showers. The Houo Couunutt-- on Kules has were tumioomil and rvpUoxi it and that Krer. Day is at lust able to grasp decided tn rcjiort f.ivorobly tbo resoluof bis own mind. inuktt tbo joint fit'V my it will not A jmsi'atcii from AuguMa says that the situation AiiT. At Idht there have been found a tion to adjourn tlie Kentucky Goneial Hienii nttisi Ion ii u.tuttd there for Mis i.iixiK DcVKiind Mr. Junius It. obUinitiK money umh'r ful" preteiinos. body of men who hnvo courage enough Afisembly Bine die May 1. Dr. Woods has offered resolution CKk, of Hustonville, ware huroSuuday. He is the fellow who a short time ago at to stern the tide of opposition to Chinese providing for tbo encampment of the The House of Kpi?eopd Largest line of Trunks and Valises ever brought to Stanford at Mr. Cook reported lili father, Mr. I. M. Millcrsbiirg, persuaded Muw MaryCrai.', immigration. State guard nt Chicago during tlio Fair. I wk, pm much improved from hii recent n lady, to elope with him. Hisbops in gwsion at Now York adopted The resolution to make April KJ Tbomos moit etiniAblii h Their lmeymoou was of short duration, resolutions declaring that the legislation Jefferson's birth-dna legal holiday, M intra Doha and Mollis as his menu treatment of her and iIcmt-tio- ngninst the Chinese race is "not only eswas gnawed upon and snowed under by IMujjbtrty want Uj ltulsvilln Friday to caused tbo young ladv to return to sentially unjust and iu violation of the a largo iimjority. am in a millinery. Miss Mlnnio SthhI-it-t- t her borne, where she relates a pitiful most venerable traditions of our govcrn-meet- ," no Any shape or size you may wish. We will also continue our anbut is likely to precipitate an tin' same day for Covington, Teun , tale. Jacob Uuber, o( Urawloidsville lud., tagonism to Amciicans in China. no into the mtinu buoluthf. brooded over bid wife's death mid comOi'K jKHjpIe will reniumber pratty Mrs. To the Fr.iK.vns or tiik "Gopckl ok mitted suicide. Pn. John M. N'im.i.om, who jjmdua- For this week only. Don't forget the beautiful Crayon Portraits we Kice, the street ovaugellst, who was hero Lovk " Hro. Harries is expected to be '. d in medicine lnut week, w.n appoint-Mre. Mitchell, of Little Kock. by at Pink Costago April 15, to make bis mistake cave her tick son, agctl IS, carresident phyhicuii of the Oity lies-pit- hint year, accompanied by the arc giving away. for the euwuini: year, from u ohuwof "cowboy preacher," whom she marrifd home among us again. Should we not bolic acid. He was sei.i'd with convulworthy young at various times and places to create in- ohow some appreciation of bis return af- sions and died in a tew 1J7, a bikrli honor to minutes. terest iu them. Tlie Winchester Sun ter J:l years' absence by "clubbing toman. Gov Hicbardp, of Montana, bis ap she was 'here again this week, but gether and making his liuuse habitable V pointed Lee Mantle Tnited Stales Sena, Dim Hails Y and Carpenter went over Saturday to aasiat Dr. Har- the cowboy doesn't accompany her any Any article of household furniture will tor, owing to the failure of the Legisla- A. C. SINK to J.N.MENErEE row in performing an operation on Mrs. more. He got drunk and gave her a be acceptable, as well as money, nnd all ture to elect Mr. Mantle is Chairman Bepuhlicati State Committee, and tlie ltpuben Knleinan, wbieb wan only par- pounding unl since then she lias gone it contributions will be received by Mrs. of Mayor of Butt-- . is ii in a very criti-ta- l alone. Mrs. Mary Craig, Miss tially eucceasful. She J. W. Alcorn, The striko of tbo Big Four hwitcb-me- n, condition. which has been on for nearly a Okimias' Homk. Three little boys, Mary McAfee and Mrs. Mary Kllen month, was declared oil' by the switchaged respectively 10 months, I years and Welch. men yesterday. The men asked for CITY AND VICINITY. 0 years, children of Mr. George Halley, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. their old places again, but they will be treated as new applicants. ' Nkw Yolk seed potatoes at Higgins .v 01 the Halls Gap neighborhood, will be FouSalk. A mare. Will sell cheap. taken to the Haptist Orphans' Home at VanAredale's. Tlie Spring il here, right well kno, Ixmihvillo this week. The old gentle Apply at this ollice. He cried, wilh a glowing chert; alDirector and his get have won St iib CfitK. Hheumaticringat Danks, nun is 70 years of ago and the father of Then there Ml a couple of feet of mow, 21 children. He hud not been inside of together $lH,?.,o.75. And th mercury 'Iroppcil to nine le'cw, tbo Jeweler's. (Jet one. And U) I'd theie for a weec. John C. Hill bought of TI103. Martin a church fur 10 years until the protractItoAitDKits wanted by tlio day or week, ed meet, ii held by I lev. A. V. Sizemoro a yoko of oxen for S70. Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are NKW ADVERTISEMENTS Forsale, LM shoats and IJi calves. or traneient. Mrs. T. M. White. at Logans Creek church last July and unsurpassed. Hays, Crab Orchard. became a member when the first exbor J. 0. W. 0. Abraham sold lo Johnson, of A Nu k Koom to rent on ground lloor. tatiou was given. Those who have been Blue-Gras- s : Hoyle, a yoke of oxen for $S0. Call at tbiB ollice. Private entrance. investigating the matter say that the -1- 1. l! White sold to Dr. J. B. Owsley nuiulier of destitute children iu tbu re largo horeo mule for $i:3. Spring, 1893. bouse in which hill KKr.--Tmote .sections of this county is enor it .loo Ktnbry sold to I W. Green a NuuuelI'rutt anil On a JiT.'.at Tree, small Kriilty,(jrapt-Vlnc- . live. Terms reasonable. P. nioiis. Mrs. Sizemoro took two of Mr. sUindard-breArparjun anil i'rr)thin; Inr the Orchanl, il Harkaway mart) for ley. Lawn aim Onitlrn I'rlcot !ov 'A'c sell direct Farmer's children to tbu Homo last S. J. Kmbry Bold to .1. L. Yantis, of an J haio i.u ajini Catalogue on application 10 Lanijiikth'b and Ferry's garden seed week. 1 11.IM1I1.LKNMKVKK, mule for $110 and Madison, a Lexington, Ky War- We desire to call the attention of gardeners and farmers to our large in bulk ami package at A. A. tJincuiT UouitT. J. 11. .Mtnka was ac a t jio. and splendidly assorted line ol r n's. Bud Doble, the gieatOHt living driver, (or selling whisky quitted in one case Craig unlawfully and the jury hung in the is no gambler, ami be doesn't even bet I 011 Kknt. Tiio Capt. Guinea McKINNK, Ky . (J. 0 Lyon was lined $10 in two 011 a horse race. bouse and lot on Upper Main street other. mare. A fancy saddle , Wantkii. which consisted in rase.i, for tresp.is-1 M. McHoberlH. .1. li. line; for the In both bulk and package. cutting do .vii portion of a barhed wire nuiBt be Harrodsburg. show ring. Bmo'rfu, the Ciab Orchard pike, n division fence. O. V. Leu was lined $0') Lost.-- 0.i Judge W. B. Fleming, of Loniaville, female undurwear. Will give each in two whisky cases, three wore Having too ran. h oi"cr bundle mi Sail'' lo er sold his farm of ISO acres near Midway after It l.ropi'rlj', I will 8cll bunnr" my IVvoiite MilUat .reward for its return. U . at l.ackoy. diatiibiaed and two continued. A. to John Cooper at $100 McKinncy Tliey have acapscitv of to barrels ol lluiir per day and are in c"od repair. I will sell a Admin wan lined WO in two himilar down fr rah, talmc in i;cr il Boono Bros, bought of BoekcnsJn for or l JjIinH. DkN'akdi will return next and tbu otherd continued. oUif. Mart county patties a lot of butcher stuff at month, with inters i.I or all At the lowest possible prices. Garden Implements of all kinds on K I fASNHt, McKniney Jim enrriHgo iiiimrinc Smith for carrying concealed wenpona r WeeK to H'BUlll" hands and at veiy low prices. L'lc and some heifeis at $1- -. aid trimming business at Diugherty'd was lined $23 and Hontenced to 10 daya Wool. I want to buy 100.0 CO lbs ULCERS, in jail. Sherwood. Coy lo was fined or more of wool. Will pay highcut markCANCERS, flbop not each in three liipior cases and tho other et price. A. T. Niiunelley. Luspkv mtift oe left at my Hunt BroB., of (irapsy Lick, told to SCROFULA, to insure ita can"M against liim vero continued. iter than Mond iy nightH The coniiiiouwealtli's attorney IikiI Tabh it C. tiwootl, cf Mt. Steiiing, 500 J. basket. SALT RHEUM, olng in Ttiwday'n been previously employed by Mart Smith barrels of corn at ?U. Democrat. riiompaon. RHEUMATISM, hoJttdgo Saufloy appointed I. M. J. F. Thompson, of tho BreHcbere-vill- e BLOOD POISON. of to prosecute Smith for cutting ItnuN. to the wifo of Robert liarnett, section, bought in Bockcastle a lot to tho Jake llurket and 011 the trial of tlio case of butcher stud at fliowland, a boy, and the Ntmo and a brood mare thcao and every kindred disease wlslntc Dealer In- from Impuro blood suocerbfully treated by vifo of David StepbeiiH, otthe Keiiiuoicy be was mulched to tbu tunu of $50. Two for $1)5. tlmt and best of all tonics and M. Smith Bnughuinii sold to years ago T. P. Wilson, a brother of tbo tntral. Hoth arrived Friday. medicine, 111 Kiugs-vill- e, Bros, of Lebanon, a couplo of waH taken by room for Vk have fitted up an eltgaut hij destination, and delayed Hever jacks for $1,000. Thoy will bo shipped in the luM'Uientof our ftoro and til hours in bis business. Ho sued the to Missouri. Andlargest There lies been a great reduction in nvito you to come and seo the Cincinnati Sniithoru for damages and Btoek ever shown hpre. Sover-me- Attorney J. W. Alcorn agreed to give the fees of many of tho moro prominent mil beht x Pocks on Blood and Skin & Son. Mr. WilHon $10 for tho delay, which was Htallonstliis season, iouio cutting the Ditcascrt free. V refused. Saturday jury fixed his dam- former price in half. V Printed testimonials sent on L1)IK3 HUH UUIKluiiici" v.w...u I bavo rented tho fence track and application. Address ages at tbntaniQUut, and as .Mr. Wilson ... riHF cnods arriving every geO OUT ucn "I will bavo to pay tho costs, since the will handle trotters for speed, those Swift Specific Co., Our Mr. Hugbea bflb just Has amount win tendered him, bo realizes having Btoek of this kind will find it to a magnificent stock inovery ATLANTA, OA. with that man never is but always to bo blest, their interest to m. e 1110. Tom eager. HugbeBATate. d..paituient. punt-tentiar- llrt ifi. Waktmj. To buy nil the ..wool in Kd Ibown, who broko lato tbu store nf ' .1. rtt .ti.-. ..,.-!- . ..... i Farris A Hardin ami htolu grouoriefi wa mu Yiciiuir o cnwiiy ana juncimn on-- 1 ioc, for which I will pay the lngliott fiv yenrs tbo -- THE LAST . fVIT' F jUlLfML Ji Everything Heavy K ust Go, Ii.-i- m l,(.00-poun- d 1 es-cam- -- i rn-e- ar HUGHES & TATE. January Ku-gen- u Pitt-ma- b, t Stanford Female College. Session Tuesday, d. In-dia- nn se cor-Ul- JO K. WEAlE1E1M, . Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Fri-4li- d wt-ci- f 11 TKTTISFIKZS SZHZOIE y, St-uai'- u . The Cash Bapffain Store o v SALE 1 1 al ed B. F. JONES & SON. sis n SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 1 Murseries, W Carry a .Full Xiiao of Builders' Supplies. bi I 1 O. BKJA T iQliucta glESllIIBS, FAVOHCT23 MIIXS, 11 FOR . GrAMBW S-A-XjI- E. (. mh-1- 8 Genuine N. Y. Early Roso Seed Irish Potatoes, 111 r.-- 1 hP-- - . FARRIS & HARDIN. Ji-hh- ts IR,.. ZI3VC3VCE3E --- a ; 'lo an-cle- ave nover-failln- tr Swect Specific SSS W S Faney Groceries, Fruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand. e 11 --- ed rf,. a' 1 .y.- - .. .- - ",1 k ; Si I - f fe r $ "" HANGED Cleveland Stops PLAG8SL in ami Up; Harrison Down and Out Amid a Larger Flourish of Trumpets Than Ever Bofore. With tho Accompaniment of a Blinding Snowstorm, THE PARADE NOT NEAR SO LARGE AS WAS EXPECTED ii IT OWING TO A VKKY SPllDlIN CIIANU1. in tiii: wkatiu.k. Tim Four X.adin l'enturo of Iiiiiuurn-tio- n Iiy Are Hid Clotliif; Hours of Con Rrei, tln ItliU-- to unit l'rom the Capitol Hull In tlie rentloii niul the Iiinm-iirJiver thins Kiiartcil Accord Hullitluc Some) Time ItiB ti !k l'rosrnm Arrnnj-ei- l s al IIP il Aro, l.xenpt Yi'lmt Chances Yt'crn by tho Inclement WphIIiit Tho Hull Clones at Midnight, March 4. Saturday "Washinoton, Qrover Clevlani. of New York, thrico nominated for president of tho United States and twice elected, was success fully inducted into that high office for his second term with all appropriate Xvcea-sitntc- j J" -- JI fmfr. - i i i .. S i V Vim?. V. 1 c t li ir at,.- - r if ' ! ff 1 IW I'M in 1 I I? 'kS-- - i r ' eist from participating. Nevertheless, the occasion was made memorable by the vast attendance. j The governois of eleven great states New ork, New Jersey, Connecticut, ' MaryMassachusetts, Pennsylvania. land, Louisiana, Georgia, Nortli Caro-- , Una, South Carolina and Wisconsin participated in the national ceremonies nnd thereby emphasized the complete restoration of national unity. Mere interesting nnd significant then this, perhap, in the eyes of other nations and the historian, were the growtli of the country in population and power, and the fact that this momentous and majestic change in tho government of OS.OOO.OOO of people was twr'omplish'-d according to a an3tl foj inula, every step of which was And publicly announced before- and, and without noticeable disturb. ance of public interests or tho creation ' h of any e.witement except that naturally accompanying a gmir political pageant aasv and the influx of two or Jhreo hundred POfXPibttXirA rsF &i wisasRi thousand sightseers into tuff capital. uTil5 0l1let, of proceeding was almost idoii tidily the name as four years ago, with the action ot tho chief participants reversed, and it differed very little, except in th extent of the demonstration, from the ceremonies of eight years ago. which brought Mr. Cleveland to Washington (on the 2d of MXIVEIUNO 1111! ADDRESS, March, 1883), for tho iirst time in his marched from tho Capitol up tho avepublic career. inauguration There are four gre.it leading features nue after tho distance of fully ceremonies two miles, day tho closing hours wero over, a of inauguration much law-- . to tho point of disbanding, Washington of concrress. into which so street, Northmaking and history are frequently circle, near Twenty-thircrowded; the ride of the retiring presi-- ! west. asbrigade, The dent and tho president and vice presi-- 1 sembledfirst the north first division, bido of Pennsylon military escort, with their avenuo; second brigade on from tho White House to the Capitol to vaniasouth sidethoTlie grand marshal lay down iwid take up the reins ot power tho his post on Executive avenuo at respectively; tho pageant of the return- took junction with Pennsylvania avenuo. ing procession and review after the cer- itsThe president having been received inauguration aro over, and emonies of with proper honors, the first brigade tho inauguration ball at night. left, infantry in Since blunt old John Adams, gripsack formed column to tho artillery and cavof companies, in hand, "slid" out of tho White House column column of platoons. The leading alry in in tho early morning dawn of March 4, , brigade at onco moved forward, folto avoid extending to his hated rival, lowed in order by: Thomas Jctt'ersou, the hospitalities of Tho grand marshal and staff. tho executive mansion, there has been tho Tho president, tho president-elecno break in tho uniform courtesy exand tho senate comtended every four or eight years by tho vice president-elec- t retiring chief to his successor, unless mittee of arrangements. Members of tho cabinet. there bo excepted the personal misunTho major general commanding the derstanding which arose between Pres-- J ident Andrew Johnson nnd General. army. senior admiral of tho navy, fol Tho Grant in th labt days of tho former's tno second ongauo. administration, which made their inter-- j lowed by formation the division escorted In this frigid formality. In this year course a of grace conJtesy between tho outgoing ; tho president to tho capitol. inaugural At tho conclusion of the and incoming powers has reigned su address tho grand march began, Presipreme. procession The scene along tho lino of march dent Cleveland reviewing the ivu.1.1. us no city but Washington trom tno souin siue 01 was such avenue, immediately in front of the and no streets executiva mansion. but its broid A detailed and itemized report of the and great parado is, of course, impossible Pennsylvania when enumeration of the various regicould avenuo ments, companies, posts nnd civic orThe produce. ganizations participating occupies three lieavy rain of newspaper columns. had Tuesday The civic half of the parade was fully washed away as numerous and as interesting as tho snow and tho military display. prepared city Tho civic procession, under the for tho beautiot Colonel William Dickson, ful weather was in six divisions and aggregated more which was to than 20,000 men, and quite a noticebte follow. Public dash of lady equestrians. and private 5ra fflVSAOnS nfiW Tntnintinv stands erected banners and badges, held the right of along the lino lino. The second division was assigned of march from Massachusetts, New TKiint bevond the to Pennsylvania; 1m Pimitnl to division; had au estimated seating Jersey, Delaware had the third was me White House persons, and every Maryland, the lourtn; tne nun capacity of 00,000 western division, and the sixth was one of them was crowded. arriving organiza Previous experience with the Knigova inado up of the lato ; -- clkvelaxd. tho gathering of a snighty multitude, and with tho accompaniment of a blinding snowstorm. But; notwithstanding every disadvant-- ' ngo of the weather, tho .art occasion was greater than tho first. Had the atmospheric condition been anything like favorable, instead of being os bad as could possibly be, there would probably have been OT3.000 menland a number of ladies marching or riding in the rmrade. as ngi.ii.st 23,000 in 1&3. They were all horo waiting to fall in lino, but at tho last moment many of tho organizations wero compelled to degi:ovi:i: ceremonies and -, Templnr conclave threo years ngo, nnd of tho Grand encampment tho Army of tho Republic last year had prepared the city to reeeivo and accommodate crowds, but no such vast ns this ever lioforo gathered in the nation's capital. Every foot of standing room along tho route of the procession, fully two miles in length, was occupied by windows commanding a view of tho parade brought fabulous prices, and advantageous seats on the public stands commanded prices ranging from ." up and down. Tho main stand, from which President Cleveland reviewed tho parade, was erected immediately in front of tho Whito Houm. It was 130 feet long and quite deep and had a comfortable seating cajmcity of 1,100 persons. 000 more than tho corresponding stand erected on the same site for tho inauguration of President Harrison. It was decorated with effective taste. In the center was an arch VI foet high haudsomely draped and surmounted by tho arms of the United States. Tho vast treasury building was completely walled in with stands. On all the little parks and public reservations on the lino of inarch, and on every other available point, stands wero erected. Profiting by past experience, and bearing in niiiid tho discomfort occasioned by tho wretched weather of four years ago. nearly all of tho stands wero inado both wind and wnterproof, and thus afforded fnr more pleasant shelter than ever before. All wero gorgeously decorated. could Capitol Hill, as far as tho reach, from tho eastern front of the Capitol was nn undnlating sea of humanity assembled to witness the administering of tho oath of oflico to the new president by tho chief justice of the United States and to hear, as many of them ns could get within earshot, tho inaugural address. Tho picturesque and thoroughly Republican practice of taking tho oath of ollico and delivering the inaugural address in the open nir in tho presence of tho people was begun by Zachury Taylor in lbl'.. Previously the inaugural address had been read in tho senate chamber. The installation of every president, elected as such by tho people, has been nttendod by more or less of a civic and military parade, the firing of cannon and other manifestations of public rejoicing. In the matter of weather tho inaugurations of William Henry Harrison, Polk, Lincoln, Grant, Hayes and Benjamin Harrison alono wero marred by storms and rain. All the other presidents wero favored with sunshine, somo even with balmy warmth. The 1'nriltle. was greater in numbers and more imposing in military and civic display than that of any previous inauguration. General Martin F. McMahon of New York was grand marshal. Ho was ably assisted by his adjutant general, Colonel II. C. Corbin. IT. S. A. The escorting division was composed of artillery, cavalry and infantry of tho regular army, drawn from tho gnrri-son- s of Fort Monroe, Fort Meyer and Fort McHenry, and tho marines from the Washington navy yard, with tho admirably drilled national guard of tho district, the high school cadet regiment and other local organizations. Tbey assembled in tho neighborhood of th White House and the war, state and navy department buijding and formed in columns of sections of 12 each. They marched down the avenue, accompanying tho presidential party from the White Houso to tho Capitol prior to tho inauguration. All the rest of tho parade assembled below tho Capitol and con-courso tions. Thobicyclo clubs of Washing ton brought up tho rear. rrnrri'illtigft nt the Cultol. Tho proceedings nt tho cr.pitol followed a prescribed program, issued by the committee of arrangements, as Tin "nlogr.r.v ami Useful.. ess follows' doors of tho senate wing of ol' Our (iovorninent, The tho Capitol were opened at 10 o'clock a. in. to t:uHt who aro entitled to ndmis-nioTho doors of the senate chamber Ami tho Danger Is Prom tho Pooplo wero opened an hour later. Themsalvos. enThe president and president-elec- t tered tho senate wing by tho bronze doors in tho east front, each accompanied by a member of the committee of So Snys Clavolnnd in His Inaugural AcltiroBS. arrangements. Tho president went directly to the president's room and the president-elec- t to tho vice president's room, whew they remained until thev Protection 5Ierly lor lroleclloii Sake W111 (,'oiuleinneil nt the l'oll4 I,.t entered the senate chamber. Having been introduced by the committee of ar.Went Wuatn of I'lllilln Jloney. rangements, tlioy occupied seats reAnxious for Need Trusts served for them in front of the presidtii.. lieiU million of All rieilst-- Mmlo by ing officer. The committee of arrangements ocUN I'iipIj - Confident llo llit n (Jixxl cupied seats on their left. The vice III111 In .1!:iii,i-litlm Cre'v to to the president wa accompanied Ship of Mute. Capitol by a member of tho committee Mr l'i;i.i.ow Cmzr.Ns In obedience to nm the inundate of my count ruiit-nbout to dedicate myself to tholr service under the sanction of a solemn enth. Deeply moved by the o.prvs"lon of confidence and pcrxiniil attachment which has culled me to this service, I am sure my gratitude can make nn In'ttor return than tho pledge I nowtflvo before Uod and the-- t wltiit'sM'-iii- f unreserved mid complete devotion to t lie interests nnd welfare of those IT IS MENACED. wards ot part Una activity, are awarded to fair rethoe whoso elllcloncy promises new ami hoilon,o I have brill and fitted up to ("Ifcrvnt ROWLAND. iMihm ew etipry, iic turn of work for the compensation them. To secure the fitness and compe- ir.imc,nil.tr.iit.ertii mu hmiu'i..k cv..... "Auh. .. vtr tency of appointees to olllce, und to re- liigto nFiist-l'ljj " m p-il- STEW aAXiXEB."2". u Cai-err.- . u-- n. .lt i; 1 03-- 0 oiv l.tfj tY S .W.Ti',? . lA'ljii-iiaV- a"!.'-!. '.".. ' A J .,tf. on rKwsYi.vANiv AVi:srn. of arrangeim nts and proceeded to tho vico president's room, where ho remained until ho entered tho senate chamber where tho oath of office was administered to him by the vico president. After the organization of tho now senate under tho call for an extni had been completed by tho swearing in of tho members-elect- , thoo assembled in the henate chamber proceeded through the rotunda to tho on the central portico of tho Capitol in the following order, viz: The marshal of tho district of Columbia and the marshal of the supreme court. Tho Tho hupremo court. of tho ronnte. The borgeantat-arniTho committee of arrangements. The president and tho president-elecTho vice president and tho secretary of tho senate. Members of tho senate. Diplomatic corp. Heads of. departments. Tho major general of the army commanding. The ndmirsl of the navy and tho officers of the army and navy who, by namo have received tho thanks of Beat-io- who liio houon-- ine. I deem It fitting 011 this occasion, while InduntliiK the opinions 1 hold couccrnltiK public questions of pre-cii- t importance to ftNo briefly refer to the existence of certain conditions and tendencies ninotig our people which seem to menace, the integrity and usefulness of their go voniuiuuU While ewry American citizen inu&tcoti-temnlat- e with the ti .i st pride ami thusinstii the growtli and expaiiiiiiMi of our country, tlu'Hufiicieiicy of our institutions to .stand agnlust the rudest shocks of viiv-letir- v, n pint-for- m s t. con-gre-- d. I mav-"vello- cui-and- -, JKmMsld y 'i :vTivfrjr. v-- " f. - Tmr&ws. INAl-orUA- , Members of tho houso of representatives and members-elect- . of Governors of states, the senate of the United States, officers of the senate and officers nf the house of representatives. On reaching tho portico the prcsiiileut took tho seats and president-elec- t reserved for them, tho chit-- f justice on of the right and tli sergeaiit-at-arinthe senate on their left. Tho oath of office was ndininistered by the chief justo the president-elec- t tice. On the conclusion of the ceremonies tho members of the senate, preceded by vico president tho sergeant-nt-aniH- , e nnd the scr-larretin tied to the chamber and tho president, accompanied by the committee of arrangements, proceeded to tho executive mansion. A committee was ordered to wnit on tho president of tho United States nnd to inform him that the senate was organized. Messrs. Blackburn (Dem., Ky.) nnd Allison (Hep., la.) were appointed as such committee, and then at 2:10 the senate adjourned until Monday noon. Harrision left for Indianapolis in the afternoon. s y sen-nt- d ' feature of tho advent of a new ministration and this was no exception. It was hold in tho pension building nnd although tho ballroom is !J10 by 1KJ feet tho crowd was so groat bilt little dancing could be indulged in. About 10,000 pcoplo usually attend tho ball which costs in tho neighborhood of $230,000. Tho decorations alono this year cost &UU.000. The inaugural ball is as old as tho presidency itself. Tho first was held is a ad- The IiiHUKiiriil Hall dent-elec- t, j t, ( well-pave- d J$L l.KAvivci Tin: wiuii tiol'sr.. when Washington was iMii.gur.itol 104 years ago. Since then it Iuls been a regular feature. Tho hall this year was necessarily short lived because it was held Saturday night. The festivities began at 8 p. in. and closed' at midnight. mar-shalsh- ip u-i- Stephen Langford, an eccentric Madison county man, took up ad idea some weeks ago that his body after death would bo devoured by polecats, minks and chipmunks and to guard againBt it lie had a stone coffin weigbine 1,500 lbs made. A Lexington firm did the work, which, by the way, was tho first Btono coffin made in that city since tho one in which Henry Clay's remains repose Middiesburo s assessor hos found. worth of taxable property in tho town. was mode. 11 should furnish the strongest lncvnthe to prompt and conservative precaution. In dealing with our present oinharras,-insituation, as related to this subject, we will bo wise If e temper our confidence and faith In our national strength and resourcco) with the frank concession that even theso will not permit us to defy the inexorable laws ot finaiu-- and trade. At the sume time, in our efforts to adjust difl't fences of opinion we should lw free from intolenince or passion and our OSjudgements should be tnocd by allur- ciismIoiim und misconceptions which have to their con ing phrases mid unvexed by stilish blinded our 0HI11U711K111 ditiou under villous tariff laws, wo am confident thnt such an approach to but show them how far they have bcoii B & C ASTLE M Atf thu subject will nitiilt In prudent and led away from the (kiiIih of ontitenttnent ellYctivu rumedial h'clsltitioii. In thu nnd prosperity. When we proclaim tliut MANAOKRS, meant imu, so far as the executive Imiuuh the necesnity for revenue to supjKirt tfae of the government can intervene, none of government furnishes the only jui.tlm.i-tioCommerce Building1, Louisvi llo the powers with which It is Invested will for taxing the people, we aunoiiiicea Acunti ihriugRoat the South. bo withheld, whon their exercise is deemed truth so plain that Us denial would sismu necessary to maintain our national civdit to indicate the extent to which judgor avert financial disaster. ment may W Inlliietieisl by familiarity Closely related to the exaggerated confiwith perversions of the taxing jajwer; and 'v7. A. TBIDSL3, L:cal Ajjont, dence in oar country's grwunes-i- , which when wo sek to reinstate the hTANFORI), KY tends to a disregard of thu rules of naand business unterpri-- e of our tional safety, another danger confronts us litircus, by discrediting an nbject ....TAKK thi: refer to the prevalence not less serious. upon governmental favor, we of a popular diKsititin to expect from the strive to stimulate tho-- u elements of operation of tly governinent especial and American character which support the direct individual advantages. hope of American achievement. n The verdict of our voters, which conAnxiety for the redemption of the demned the injustice of maintaining pro- pledges which mv pail y have made, and CvJJOUl ,Vlllt lit AtlSf 1 Csiucoittub-- " tection for protect Ion's sake, enjoins upon solicitude for the complete Justification of the people's servants the duty of exposing the trust the pisiple have rejsiscd In Us, ami destroying tho brood of kindred evils constrains me to remind tho-- e with whom THE POPULAR AND DIRECT which are thu unwholesome progeny of I um to that we can situceeil in . I.INKTO. ... paternalism. This is the bane of l'epuli-llcu- doing the work which has lieen especially and the constant set before us only by the most sincere, bar Institutions by the monlous and uninterested effort, Kven If peril of oar government It degrades to the pur- insuperable obstacles and oppo-.- Ion prepeople. poses of wily craft the plan of rule our vent the consummation of our task, wc fathers established and bisjucatlnsl to us shall hardly be excused; and if failure can as an object of our love and veneration. It be traced to our fault or neglect, we may perverts the patriotic sentiment of our ho sure the pcoplo will hold us to a swift countrymen and tempts them to a pitiful anil exacting accountability. calculation of the sordid gain to lie deThe oath now take to preserve, protect rived from their government's mainte- and defend the constitution of the I'nltcd of States not only Impressively defines the nance. It undermines the VUitnia. rrmember lh Monon it the line, with but suggests our people and substitutes in Its place de- great Responsibility I cMlfulvl Irani., Dinirj; Cart, I'atace Cbair pendence upon governmental favoritism. obedience to constitutional commands ns Curt, rullmati liuITtt Slecjrri, at lowil rate. Itstlfies thu xpirtt of true Americanism tho rule by which my olhclal conduct For Informalioa aitdrria and stupefies ever ennobling trails of must be guided. IAS HAUKKU.n. ! A, Chicago. I shall, to the best of my ability and American citizenship. The lessons of V O f RUSH. I' A . l.otiitvillc ought to bo unlearned and the within my sphere of duty, preserve the better lessons taught that while the people constitution by loyally protecting every should periodically and cheerfully support grant of federal power it contains, by disaVv-their government its f mictions do not In- tending nil its restraints when attacked aaaV a 1 iMJL clude tho support of the people. by Impatience and lestlessne.ss, and by enThe acceptance of this principle leads to forcing Its limitations and reservations in a refusal of bounties and subsidies, which favor of tho states and the people1 burden the labor and thrift of a portion of l'ully inipres-e- d with tho gravity of the or languish duties thnt confront me, and mindful of our citizens to aid ing enterprises hi which they have no con my weakness, I should bo appalled if it cern. It leads also ton challenge 01 wuu were my lot to bear unaided the rcsponsl und reckless pension expenditure, which bllity which awaits me. 1 um, however, saved overleaps tho bounds of grateful recogni from discouragetion of patriotic service and prostitutes to ment when I remember that I shall have vicious uses tho people's prompt and gen- the support and thu counsel and erous Impulse to aid those disabled in their tion of wise nnd patriotic men who will country's defense. stand at my side in cabinet places, or vv ill Kvery thoughtful American must realize represent tho pcoplu in their legislative ESfE the importance of the checking at its be- halls. I ilud also much comfort In remembering ginning any tendency in public or private Lif r station to regard frugality and economy that my countrymen are just and generas virtues which we may safely outgrow. ous and in tho assurance that they will The toleration of this idea results in the not condemn thosu who, by sincere devoMBWBBMEIBL-flriwaste of the people's money by their tion to their service, deserve their forbear"xarfchosen servants and encourages prodigal- ance and approval. ity und extravagance in thu homo life of Above all, know there Is a supreme being who rules tho affairs of men and our countrymen. Older our scheme of government the whoso goodness and mercy have always wn.ste of public money Is a crime against followed the American people, and I know the citizens, and tho contempt of our peo- he will not turn from us now if we humbly ple for economy and frugality in their seek his powerful aid. personal affairs, deplorably saps tho POISONERS TO THF. PEN. strength und sturdiness of our national - mill character. lteatty Tor .Seven Yrnr. It is a plain dictate of honesty nnd good J)eiiilnjAMI MOREL AND, Other For Shorter Term. public expenditures government that Dealer In the above. Robert J. PiTTSHUitn, March 4. necessity and bhould bo limited by public that this should bo measured by the rules Beatty. Hugh F. Dempsey, district mus- Orders for Cattle, Sheepand Hogs of strict economy; and it is eqaully clear ter workman of tho Knights of Labor; Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a specialty-of the above deicribed itpck that frugality umong tho people is the Gallagher, nnd Davidson, tho Home 1'cMoni havini-ancontented and strong btead poisoners, wero brought into court for iioor within, tu purchaie lame, will do well best guaranty of tocalloDoraddro. m. An experience of fifteen morning for sentence. Saturday support of lice institutions. hat been profit to Bentty and Dempsey got soveu yours yeart in Ithis bu.iiicit profitable ofboth to theme and One mode of the misappropriation of th I thin can make buyer is avoidsd when appoint- each to tho penitentiary, Gallagher fivo and teller. F. O.addrfmSUnford. Ky. public funds 100 Office at the Mtoi. Home. office, instead ot being thu re years and Davidson three. ments to rectl-ticjitlo- of our people, and the demonstrated superiority of our free government, it lxhoovi us to watch for every sj inptom of insidious infirmity thai thrruteus our nntiouiil ignr. TheAtixiiig man who, in thuconfUlenoe of sturtiy litltli, court. tliosternwt notiv-ItJe- s of life ami rejoices in the hardihood of constant labor, may stilt have lurking near hi Mials the unheeded dlswtM, that (humis him to Niiddou collapse It cnu not be doubted that our Mtupotid-011- s nchlevoments as 11 piiiple hikI our country's lobust strength have given rie ton liotdhei!ius tf tho-- s laws xoverninK our iiHtiounI lienlth whioh we can no mure evade than human life can the laws of tiod and uaturu. Manifestly nothing Is inoa vital to our suprunmcy as tuition and to tho purposvH of our govurnniuut than a sound and stable currency. Its exposure todugnidatlou should nt once arouse to activity thu most enlightened statesmanship, and the danger ot depreciation in the purchuKing power of tho wagos paid to toil g the wonderful thrift and enterprise y this instrumentality and ihe further iw fulness It promises, entitle It to the In art support and encouragement of nit wh desire to see our public servli-- e we'. v Mcr.INNKV.KY , formed, or w ho hope for tho e!e.m.. political sentiment and the purd.i .w nui Hotel at I have truclit abore inriitSineil political methods. y alut havealta.htilii The existence of immcuu ngurt jiitlon-o- f Firat-Cla- ss klndn-enterprises and coiublnatl Bar and Pcol Room. business interests, formed for th purHave repairett ami rclurul.hcd. the Hotel ami pose of limiting production and nxtn . nm utltor than ever prices, is Inconsistent with the fair field which ought to bo open to every Independ- Prepared to Accommodate the ent activity. Legitimate strife in buslines Public. should not be superceded by mi enforced concession to the demaudsuf combinations attention to Commercial Men that have the power to destroy; nor should I' W (iltl.r.N, I'reprittor the people to be served I050 the benefit of IOK I ARSON. Manaeer cheapness, which usually results from wholesome competition. DR. JOS. HAAS' These aggregations and combinations frequently constitute conspiracies against Hog thu interests of the people, and in all their phases they are unnatural and opposed to our American sense of fairness. To tho Used Successfully Fifteen Year3. extent that they can be reached and re- Will arrctt iliteir, prcren'i ttlieaie, epeli strained by federal power, the general gov- wrmt, ktup coush, In.rcaia the fle.h anil batten ernment hhould relieve our citizens from tnaliully. I'ticr.- Je.so, Si i anJ 30 cent per pelaj; iheir Interference and evactious. lie can loyalty to tho principles uhiii which tne cheapriit. fit 30 jle'I by lari-- packafea ate For our government rests, positively demands A R. I'KNNY. itatilortt, Ky thnt thu ispiality before the law which it guarantees to every citizen should Ihi HUSTIXqCaSTITI. HUT 13 QUUTT. justly and in good faith conceded in nil parts of the land. Tho enjoyment of this right follows the bade of citizenship wherever found and, unimpaired by race for recognition to or color, it appeal American mnnluics and fulruevs. Our lelations with thu Indians located within our borders impress upon us re spouslbilitins we cmu not cwciipo Human Ityaud consistency !vo,ulrv ns to treat them with forbearance, and in our deal lugs with them to hmuntly und considerrtHMllI ately regard their ititctvst-i- . Kvery effort should be made to lend them through tho path of eitilixntiou and education to Has led all Worm Rcmcdlos. independent cIiUciim. In EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. the meantime, as the nation's wards they SOLD KVKI.YUITT ,HI.. should la? prompt) di funded against the iurniiip-u- i MtPirr n ra at. Uirim. cupidity of designing men, and shielded rrrrri from every Inlliiuuce or temptation that retard, their ndvauoMneiit. TlluMAS YKAOEK J AM US YKAI-I1 hu people of tho I'nltcd States have decreed that on this day tho control of YEAGKK !v VKAGER, their government in Its leKislutiveaml ex il ecuth e lira 111 luvi shall 1st given to a SALE 5TASLS, LIVES?, FEED A party pledged In the mol terms to the accomplishment of turiir reform. STANPOKD, KY. They have thus determined in favor of a mure jut and equitable syntem of federal We arc tti our new liable in ttie Opera llirno taxation. The agents they hure chosen to Mock anil arc well aupplictl with carry out their purpis are Isiund by not It than by the comtheir proud NEW RIGS AND HORSES mand of their masters, to devote themselves unremittingly to this is?rvle. u llave Wcti nurchairtt an (Milling but While there should Ixs no surrender nf lurrwult will leave tho principle, our task must be undertaken Give wisely nnd without viudlctntivcimvt. Our 37 mission is not punishment by by the If in lifting burdens Johu II. (.attlCHMQ of wrongsA. O t.anhani from the dally life of our jnsiplu wu reduce inordinate and uneual advantages too long en jojed this Is but a necessary incident of our return to right and justice. If wu exact from unwilling minds in the theory of an hnm-s- t distribution of the fund of governmental beneficence tressured by us for all. we but lnlst upon a principal which underlie over free institution. When we tear aside the ill move from political action thedeinoralljt-Inmadness for spoils, clll nervice inform has found a pine in our public policy imdj laws. The lxuirfita already gullied tli.-ouul- i experience I um ouiinita Cabinet Phetni fini-t- v tine. lKtMylent $1 jo prr uWi. amniiil 73c Caril-J- i III lavo.a, 1 am iloitn Thnnkinf tlie Uet" anil tor put'lu '". at Hit1 il colnu Commercial 11 Hotel, 11 . Mc-- K 11c f & Poultry Remedy - 07- -- WORMS! WHITE'S OREAM ! II VERSFyOE IIWPI.I FOR 20 YEARS Kllt-io.- Snt-ch- fliein a Call. - nciptl-oi-conc- ROYAL - insurance AllBEE Company, 1111 LIVERPOOI.. 1 e 1 w ap w -- - . u lt 1 self-relian- WORLD'S FAIR 1 T ivHaaHaBaaaaBf r - 1 WILLI . y 11 11 , j,jW.jmjinaK , ..r .gW. , w 'J Wl . .": ?