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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893031401 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. fsff? ---. ) - T- rv. ,V" f - V -- '' Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. LONDON, Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY MARCH 14. 1893. DANVILLE. NO. 4 LAUREL COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. ) HUST0NVILE. HL't'lc v Lovnur & Iliimmulntoiio, furniture The board of supervisors wero in Prof. M. G. Thompson, who has bo dealers, wil next week move into tho session Thursday, Fridav and Saturday, .creditably conducted Christian College returned from room nn Main Street recently occupied" II nuy one Iibh found a street lamp at this place, is thinking Beriously of Are you open to conviction ? Well, then come and Wellington nud John l'enil lm.s taken by the Danville Democrat. lighted in Lancaster within tho last two taking charge of Daughters College at liin nin down. K. II. Fox, photographer, is making months ho has certainly kept thu matter Ilarrodaburg, MifH Montigriof wns at llio opera hnndsomo pictures of th'e I). fc D. Instivery quiet. Mrs. America Bailey has a rocking house Friday nilit with otereoiillean tute buildings for Superintendent Argo, A special train came tip from Row- chair which is over 100 years old. It is to be sent to tho World's Fair. views and lecture. .Small attendance. land Sunday, bringing tho lumber for still in n good state of preservation and We arc selling $2.50 Hats for 50c; $1 Hats for 25c, &c. Slippers, Mrs. Salllo Lenvell and little daugh'Squire Walker Iihh moved into Zack the now building on the old opera house is used daily by that aged lady. Sho hna ter, Wtdio Lee, of DryantBvills, come to Hughes' house, just Knot of Centre Col- site. owned it neatly 50 years. S1.25 goods marked down to 50c, good values. london Saturday nnd will visit relativca lege, and Mr. Hughes has occupied the In tho early part of May a young James Harper is hack from Atlanta, house Mr. Walker has been living in on business man residing within the corpor- where hu did fairly well in tho nnild here tills week. In the caws against Albert Yoii for Main Street. ate Hmitaof town, will lead to tho hy- bufiiK'ss. Ho gained bo much corpuMr. M. J. Farris received a telegram meneal altar one of Lancaster's prettiest lence in his absence that his immediate retailing liquor brought up More County Judge Harnett last Monday, convic Monday from his agent at Fort Worth, and sweetest young ladies. Wo havo family hardly recognized him. $16 Suits cut to S7.50 and $9. Boys' knee pants, bright new Mrs. Sam Peacock, who died at Galtion was made in 3 nut of 17, Judgo W. Texas, informing him that his agent had this straight. Mr. Nelson Iiurdett met with n pain- latin,, Tenn., last week, left besides her L. Brown defending. sold 1,000 cattle for him. Mr. Farris left 50c, 60c, 75c, $1 and Si. 25 per pair. Hoys' suits $i, $1. 25; ful accident Friday afternoon. Ho was nine children, two of Mr. G. F. Pea S3. 25 and 84.50. John Cheater, one of the twlnn of on the noon train to confirm tho sale. Youths' suits $5 to $S. Men's suits, finest of merDan lvell, died Friday and wan hurled Mr. F. .Ouiit has sold to J. T. riding a young horse near tiio K. O. de cock's, whom alio was raising. Her chant tailor work, in the very latest fashions and styles, S12 to S26 Saturday. The little one wan a namo Mock his quarter interest in tho Mock pot, when the animal became frightened deatli was greatly regretted by her maper suit. sake of tho writer, who rereti the death farm, stock, Ac, for close to 9,000. Mr. at a passing triin and throwing the rider ny friends here. of tlif only one named after him, m no Oflut will prooably go back to Simpson to the Kd. Owens, of this place, and Miss stepped on his left ankle, breaking both hones. He was removed Rebecca Cook, of Burgin, were married county, his former home. other hut tho parents can. Rowland has A banjo, a very tine to liis room over Haseldun's storo and Friday. They eloped, but wo were unTho Drodhead band Iihh an engage-meIn the very latest styles and shades. Our large stock of Buell, to play nt tho Jackson opera instrument, with a silver plate on it, on Dr. Kinuaird dressed the wound. Hu ia able to learn tho particulars. Mr. Ow. Monday. Your corres which is tho following inscription: "Pre- resting easy nnd will be able to be out etiB has not reached his majority by a Douglass Shoes are now in. Come and sec them and get a pair. house pondent has been favored with couple of years. sented to his Royal Highness, tiio 1'rince before n great while. Gloves of all kinds and prices. Next Monday, March 13, 1893, we for which lie is glut! to thank of Wales, by James llohcc, tho World's Mrs. T. K. Hackley, of Danville, is There is a good deal of talk being cans for 9c per can. Lard beIt. M. JackBon. tho owner of the opera Champion Haujoist." here visiting friends and relatives. Mr. engaged in here in regard to having a will sell finest quality Tomatoes Garden seed, &c. Come one and all. Yours, &c, Mrs. Allen K. Collins, formerly of Hurt Spencer has returned from thu Louis fair. The men are as a general thing in low competition. home. , villo Commercial College. Mr. Tom Sev- favor of it, hut the dear women, who Col. Frank It. Uiley has almost given Danville, died at home in Sherman, ltd iiint. Her husband, two erance, of Stanford, was here Sunday, have most of the work to do, nre in for his application for the United Stated up on the marshalshlp of Kentucky, having re- sons and a daughter survive her. Mrs Mr. John T. Haugliman, of Richmond, giving Stanford thu honor. Mrs. Evan Lyon died Friday from turned from Washington City Collins was a good woin.tu nnd is kindly was here Saturday and Sunday. Mies GEORGE B. PREWITT. It. U. KtNG. without presenting his application. lie remembered by many Danville friends, Maud Robinson is ttio guest of Miss effects of an operation performed severnay he was under more obligations to ltefore hermarriagu she was Miss Lewis, Hcftdo Hurnside. Mr. Homer Baugh al days previous. She left besides a husCougreasman J. II. McCrcary than any of Fayette county. man, of Danville, visited his ncice, Miss band six children to feel the fearful blow He also said ne else in Washington. following was taken from the Nannie Sweeney Sunday. Miss Mamie of a mother a loss. .Mrs. Lyon was an The MORELAND, KY., that Gov. McCrcary kept open house Kentucky Haptist of last week. "Dan- - Henry returned to CrabOrceard Friday. excellent lady and her death is greatly We have opened up a nice line ot from vi le. l'astor J. W. Lynch baptized a Miss Maggie Hrightis visiting Miss Lizzie for all Kentuckians and every one Miss Nannie Evans, of this State was received cordially at any young man last Thursday evening who Thompson. John Aug. Williams, of Hnrrods-burand all times. will deliver n serious of lectures to gives promise of great iiseliilneh.s to our Junction City, is visiting Mrs. W. B. It to underatood Mr. W. II. church. We are sure that wo havu the Mason. R. II. Hatson ia in the Fast buy the members of the Masonic lodge at our accommodating depot agent, finest preacher in Kentucky, and ho is ing spring goods this place, beginning Friday, 24th, and We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get and Miss Annie Ferrill will ho married doing good work for us." continuing till Saturday evening, 25th. the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, CRAB ORCHARD. I). Coxott, formerlyof tills week. Mr. J. About 10J o'clock Monday morning Members of the Masonic lodges in this which enables us to make very low prices. Bases of steel nails S2 per City, Ih holding.down the ollice Mr. Frank For went into an outhouse Junction Crab Orchard has a mattress factory section nre cordially invited to be keg, do. wire nails $2. 30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in and tho liceuso has already been is- on the premises of of hia brother, Mr. and tho manager, Mr. E. W Lee, is turn- present Melvin and Mis Aman- Monte Fox, and cut hia throat from ear ing out some of the nicest mattresea, and sued. Mr. James Reid, of Grays, is spending a proportion. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you da Moore will also be married before to ear with a razor, severing the wind pillows we ever Baw. He has every va- few days with his homefolks here. Miss signs and pipe. Drs. Hunlapand Meyer gave him riety of material and is supplying the Annie White, of Hubble, is the guest of money vour naner conies out, if all reports don't fail May the good lord prompt attention and at VI o'clock lie country with any kind of mattress de- Miss Mary Adams. Dr. W. B. Penny EQk.5 Cotton mnlcs, 2 pr. broke mules and nice saddle horse for sale. bleaa and prosper them, is tho wish of was yet alive. Mr. Fox has. been in bad sired. So if you are not resting well at and family, of Stanford, are registered nt & youra truly. health for a year or moru nnd it is night, ho can show you how a good the Weatlierford Hotel. The Dr. is prac Tho Louisvillo Times had hurtful thought Ids mind became somewhat af- sleep can be obtained. ticing his piofession, dentistry. Mies headlinea a few day ago, in which it fected. Later: Mr. Fox died a few minMr. V. K. Buchanan left Sunday Louise Bailey, of Stanford, is visiting ring of utes after noon. mentioned the tho for .Somerset. Here's wishing him a her cousins, Misses Jennie and Anna who propose "original Cleveland nun," Mr. Albert Kdwnrd Little, of Klma, prosperous trip, and speedy return. Reid. Dr. Fayette Dunlap nnd Harry to dispenr o the democratic patronage of Canada West, is visiting hia uncle, Mr. Henry i'ettus left Sunday for Va., to en- B. Hooker, of Danville, were here Sunthe State. Tho partioi who have been George Lawrence. Mr. Addison Craft, gage in business. Hu is a steady, good day. Mr. J. V. Cook, of Garrard, was atdected, or who have selected them- of Holly Snnnus. Miss., an old Centre boy, and we wish him success in his here last week to see his brother, Mr. J. .Are invited to. selves to do that work, for the I lth con- College man, was in town Thursday, new home. Willie .Myers and ins sister M. Cook, who ia rapidly improving. Mr. were not Cleveland Miss Sal lie. Worrell Iiuh returned from a Miss Minnie, of St. Louis, aro visiting John Frye, tho aged father of our clover gressional district, by a Mien before his nomination visit to Chicago. As agent for tho Cin- tiieir grandmother Mrs. M. J. Harris. townsman, Mr. James Frye, is quite ill flight, and the men they are ondori-iucinnati Southern Railroad, George I) There was a parlor meeting of tho of a blood trouble. Mr. Steve Drye, for ollice in this district are being select- Uatterton, express ngunt of Danville, W. C. T. T. at Mrs. W. T. Stephenson's guagerat Trowbridge's distillery near Our store and see the great ed by them without any regard or con- will sell tickets to nearly any spot in the Friday niht. Opening song, "To tho Eubauks, spent Sruday with his better-haldemocratic county com- I'nlted Nates. Mr. H. II. Perkins und Work." Scripture reading; prayer. Recsideration of tho Mrs. Dr. Leo F. Huffman, who is mittees, who have done good work. The family will soon remove t." Middleshoro. itation, "Social Department of Mothers' visiting her numerous relatives here, is reason I mention tho nbovo is because I Meeting," with discussion on same; song in better health than she has been for ONLY A BABY. am chairman of Laurel county for tin ''Bringing in tho Sheaves;" recitation, years. Her little daughter, Annie Cook, Made in the display of our immense stock of domocracyand ttio result of the last "A Saddening Keport;" song, "There is also visiting in Hustonville. It was only baby he died for itself whether or election will show Only a bativ hat paitrd aw.tr, are Lonely Hearts to Cherish;" recita-tion- , The creek couldaccommodateaROod Leavlug In hearth and home for aye. not my duty was done as compared with "The Brain of tho Battle;" song, sized steamboat this mornimr, and it is --the work of my predecessors, and I "Only," they whisper!, but did they know, "God bo With You;" benediction. The still risinp. Aught of the illcnt killing woe, think that the committeemen of every next meeting will bo with Mrs. W. K. Misses Alice nnd Anes Spears are Matting, &c, in the new room in the That surged through the mother' heart i Ah no! Buckhanan, Friday night, Match 17th. county who have done worn for their Mollie Miss visiting Mis. Hawkins. Only a taby, whose mil white hands, party and have managed to assist in it Interesting programme and we invito all Wright, remained in town last night to Will never be raited to her who atanda in everything perahould bo considered to meet with us. attend the Kowed by her Mailer's Hern commands. taining to tho advancement of our party, Misses Lizzie Beazley and Maud Mrs. Bruce, Miss Fannie Hopper and Only a baby whose Utile feet, if the members of tho couunltea have The former Carpet Department has been shelved for our large Sho I'ettus spent a few days last week in little Miss Lizzie Twidwell Bruce, have Will never on earth make mutlc tweet: done their duty. For Gents', Ladies' and They have wandered away to a golden street. Lancaster, and Miss Uattie Henry return- joined Mr. Bruco, at Perryville, and ex stock, which is second to none anywhere. ed with thorn. Misses Sallio Green and pect to be absent several weeks. Only a baby whotc Hutting head, Children's THE LEGISATURE. Bettie Higgins havo roturned from a Will hencelorth retton a narrow btd, The "Heads 'er Pints Club," better pleasant stay in Somerset. They report known as the kids around Hustonville, Far dawn in the home of theiilent dead. The'Galloway bill, apportioning tho that place as growing and wero delighted had a candy pulling at Mrs. Dinwiddie's, into Boven Appellate Court disa calm and beautiful rest, State Who hath tought Leaving lit tender and coiy neat, with their visit. Little Sammie King, Friday night, which was enjoyed im tricts, paused the Senate. Come and see us. l'or a place lett warm than a mother'a breait. tells a good joke on them. Mrs. Kittle menBcly Tho Senate passed the House bill by all present. Kim: leaves Monday for tho cities, to Only a baby, tiny and fair, ta prohibit harboring on Sunday and tho Hustonville is the greatest placo to With the gulden glint on itt yellow hair. purchase a stock of millinery. Our sick keep a secret I ever saw. One mado its governor is all it needs signature of the Sleeping to calmly and peacetully there. are improving, we aro glad to note, and appearance hero several days ago and to make it a law. Only a baby, hut ahe who ha pressed, hope with fairer weather, nil will bo out. though I made a determined race after it Under the Galloway bill Lincoln MEN'S AND BOY'S The wee, cold form lo her aching brrait, Mr. J. S. Fish and Birney left for county is put in with tho following in it still eludes my efforts. Knoweth the meaning of thoee wordabeit. Henry, Ind., Friday where they will join tho 5th Appellate District: Printed in affectionate remembrance of a loving rest of the family and start for Cali Owen, Scott, wife, from her own telcttiont. tho Trimble, Carroll, Gallatin, A Million Frlendd. A friend In need ts a friend indeed, and not lets fornia this week. Franklin, Bourbon, Fayetto, Woodford, than one million have found just such a friend in Put To Flight. Madison, All the pecular troubles that betel a woman. Garrard, Boylo, Jessamine, Ur. King's New Discovery for Consumption, The president has nominated ox Couehs and Colds. If you have never used this remedy lor (hem it (uaranteed Mercer, Rockcastle, Clay, Jackson, Lau- The only Favorite 1'rotcrlptlon. for women sufferCough Medicine, one trial will convince you Gov. Gray, of Indiana, to be Minister to Kreat powers thatithas wonderful curative Lungs. in all ing from any chronic "female complaint" ur rel, Owsley and Knox. Kach bot the Throat. Chest and of Massachuoverand Mexico; Patrick A. Collins, for women who ate tle Is guaranteed to do all that is claimed or mon worked: for women cxpectine to a high- and for mothers who are nursing become mothers. setts, Consul General at London; Josiah ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. K and exhausted; Let us euppose that there is I'enny 's diug store. I.argo bottle, jocacd Ji. change from womanhood; and way between New York and Chicago on at the at the critical girlhooU lo life"' It it a medi- Quiucy, of Massachusetts, Assistant Sec"change ot later, Deserving Praise. and which a line of coaches is running. Now cine that tafelycures. certainly builds up strength, retary of State, and Robert A. Maxwell, regulates and We desire to say to our citiiens, that for yean coach leayes every morning nud it II it doesn't, if it even lalls (o ueneht or cure, of New York, First Assistant Postmasa e have been selling; ur. King's Mv uiscovery ter General. for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life i'llls, takes 24 days to make the journuy. ycu have your money baci. Ilucklen'a JUST IN The iirst postmaster named under have neverArnica Salve and Klectnc Bitters, and What you are sure of, if you use Dr. Sage's After tho line has been established for handled remedies that sell as well or Remedy, is either a perfect aua permanent We you take a coach from Catarrh vour Catarrh, no matter how bad vour tho new administration was appointed that have givento such universal sattilactlon. and some time suppose cure for cuaranteo them every time da not hesitate The may bo, New York some morning for a rido to casemedicine or fjoolnticath, you proprietors of Friday for Klora, Tenn. The first post we stand ready to refund the purchase price if pay he money, promise the follow their use. I nese master appointed under President Clevo satisfactory results do not great popularity purely Chicago, how many coaches would you they can't euro you. remedies have won their land's first administration was in Ten on their merits. A. K. fenny, druggist. pass before reaching your journey's end ? RhounmtlBin Quickly Cured. ncssee, and both wero made through the Can you answer Wl 'I hree days ia a very short time in which to cure Cholerine In Pennsylvania. James D. ue uone, u influence of Representative bad case ol rheumatism; dui u can Swlckley. Penn,: We had an epidemic of treatment it adopted, as will be seen by Richardson. The regard of women is generally the proper irom James i.amoen.oi new uruni cholerine, as our physicians called it, In this thelollowtni; lately and I made a great hit with much influenced by the estimation which wick. 111.: '! was badly atllcted with rheumatisn Fifteen years ago William Fritz, Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. a legs, when mantaina in the opinion in the hips and Pain Helm. IIt bought me bottle of then a comparatively youn man, was I sold four doren bottles ol It in one week and cured an individual in three Chamberlain's have since sold nearly a gross. This Remedy did and weuld Insist on days. I am all right Hawcsville, and he got the work and was a big- advertisement for me. Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just of men. Scott. every one wholt atllicted with that terrible diteate express agent at troubled beauty that doth oft make women to ute Chamberlain's Pain Halm and get well at behind some $300 or $400 in his accounts. (several persons who had beenwere cured witha 'Tis at old stand with by diarrhoea for two or three weeks once." so cent botUet for sale by W. It. McRoberts, proud: P. Knapp, Ho suddenly disappeared and "Bill few doses ot this medicine. I.by W, U. Ph. G.,, Druggist, Mamora, nyand so cent bottles lor sale a. T(- - virtu that doth make them most Fritz's ghost" wsb quite a byword in that 15 Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Mother's Recommendation. s out that he has admired; 1 We are acquainted with many mothers in Ccn town. ItnowturnB Just the Thing. that makes them seem tervllle who would not be without Chamberlain's been secreted in the attic of his mother's 'Tis modesty This is an expression the traveling public genCough Remedy in the houte lor a good many Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery Shakespeare. And divine. times its cost, and are recommending it every small house the entire time. lie looks erally use when they find something that is cxact-- y drug store I shall be pleasand everything to be found in a first-clas- s day. From perioral experience we can say that more like a ghost than a human and the they want. This expression applies diwhat It has broken up bad colds for our children. all my old custmers and as many new ones as will favor me, Centervilte South Dakota, Citiicn. 50 cent bottles more credulous believe that ho has been rectly to the Wisconsin Central Lines, which ia ed to see for sale by W. 1). McRobertt, Druggist, Stanford, now admitted by all to be "The Route' from Chi. Assuring them raised from the dead. Ky- cagotoSt. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland, Duluth-an- a hia forttinu in tho W. II. Catching has blnc-graPH- John l'itmnn lull i'lmratlny . nlht to A NEW JOBBING HOUSE. j I LET US CONVINCE YOU. Cas-simer- es, ut DRY GOODS, HATS AND CAFs, 3-l- compli-mentari- es, b Tex-iin- STEPHENS & KNOX. to-da- KING & PREWITT, g, Dry Hay-war- d, Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, EOTG PREWITT. d YOU GT g f. y, IMPROVEMENT A- trG Jr Jj 'X' S c candy-pullin- iOBLC3JDdiVA.aCilNI JL Fine Footwear, SESV3E2MANCE & BON. Vin-cin- es CLOTHING! weak-nea- t; sol ruu-dow- n Cham-erlat- n's New Stock, New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. NEW DRUG STORE. y; McKob-erts- NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS When Baby waa nick, we gav her Caatoria. When aha waa a Child, ah. cried for Caatorla. Caatoria, When ahe becama Misa, aha clung to ahe had Children, she gwthem CaatorU. When all points in the Northwest. Their double dally train aervtce and fine equipment offers in ducemeot which can not be surpassed. tor The beat salve W. Va., gothis father's big 44 caliber ores, ulcers, salt in the world sorea,cult, bruise -- This ts the only line running both through Pulltetter, chap rheum, fever and Tourist Sleepers from Chicaman ped hands, chilblains, corna and all skin crup go toFirst.Class Pacific Coast Points without change. f)istol and started to play soldier. The Darreauir- j .A.himiv rum nliaa. or bo satisf Kor full information address your nearest tick fellow looked down the barrel for actios It i snuranteed to ri perfect er JameaC. Pond, the ball and "he is up with tho angels ed. money refunded. Price sj centt pir bos. et agentAgent, inicago, m. General Passenger and or Ticket autjuwiu, t. now" ' "J A- Jor Little Charlie Oain, of firownstown, Buolclln'a Arnica Salve. t a Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. W. B. lCoKOBiaiTB, ii.. .. rnT New BlockjOpposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. . t Jw 1 SiS .., fn-"-- - t 3. V 1- -. If, f 8 if I I Near Rolling Fork, Miss., n mob of took Leo Walton, n black mur-wit- h such a remark. Furthermore ho derer, from n constable and hanged him. of tho said that ho is surpris- James W. Hyntt, is Stanford, Ky., - March 14, lfi9," cd alleged to have editors are applicants United States, died at Norwalk, Conn, that so many for office, when ho remembers how they Ho nns appointed Treasurer by President charged Harrison with attempting to Cleveland in 1S87. F Among tho now diseases aro listed subsidize tho press when he appointed ' ' backache, telephone ear- Whitclaw Held, John C. Now and other high official ache, lockjaw and distinguished journalists-tA crinoline insinity. Ho doesn't want such a charge laid at his door, so like Ctesar's wifo he crazo is threatened also. is going to live above suspicion. Then Thieves entered the room of Mr. nnd again he doesn't like the idea that the Mrs. G. II. Morris at Columbus, Ohio, Nearly evory man who held ofllce editor of every little village pper should .and after chloroforming tho occupants under Mr. Cleveland's last administra- think that the is his by right, took a package containing SI, 1(50 which tion ia with whetted appetite calling for e titer divine or political, nud there is g was lying between them. TS. .send more pie under this, but the president to be many disappointments. At Brazil, Iud., Jasper Price, n We Faid to Congiessman Springer the other are in position to Binile at the rage that wealthy farmer, was terribly beaten and day that he did not intend to reappoint this announcement will create among then tied to his bed post by masked robany of the old guard except where extra- thoso of the fraternity who would like to bers who ransacked his houso and took ordinary circumstances might cause a Bervo their country in official position, away $'.'30, Price is in a critical condideparture from the rule. This is calcu- for we said long ago we preferred to tion. be lated to throw a damper over the- patri- dwell in the tents of wickedness rather William Dalton, tho last of the faotic citizens so anxious to serve their than be a under the govern- mous Dalton gang, was convicted of country, and create for the president a ment. Blessed are they who expect murder in the Becond degree at Indebad feeling "in their midst." Mr. Olevo nothing, for they shall not be disappoint- pendence, Kan., for hispart in the Coffey-vill- e land belieyes, like many of thoso who ed. Selah! battle last fall and given a life have never tasted of the crumbs that fall Dispatch. qvote. We Ever since we suggested that the cit from the official table, that when there A movement is on foot among the e there is not enough pie to go all around , zens of Newport presented Editor Laurie students of Georgetown Collego to have 7 e. cane a it should be divided among as many as J. Blakelv with that Dr. It. M.Dud-leportrait of tho late possible. The men who had their in more because his faltering Bteps and totpainted. Those who have graduated ning before can afford to take an outing tering form needed support than for the from the college will also bo aBked to to now and see the other fellows enjoy anegeu consideration ot nis great public i to the fund. themselves. P. M. General Biesoll also services, which wo all admit are deserv-Qf Boston's mer-inFire n lho ceuter puts a fly in the dumpling by announce-in- g of any token of recognition, he has Lflnt5,f( district Friday destroyed over a that he will only in exceptional cas- with malace aforethought referred to us square ol fino now buildincs and caused es appoint merchants to postofllces. On- on sundry occasions as "old man Wala loss of about $4,500,000. Two lives ly those who promise to devote their en- ton." We do not mind bo much for wero lost and at least 30 people were intire time the servico will be appointed those in their nonage to call us old.for in boy all-wo- ol jured during the progress of the fire. and no office will go to help draw trade point of fact, we are not as young as we The Mexican mission was raised a few to a store. This is going to be a thor- used to be, but we draw the line nt nonvears aiK) to a mlssson of the oughly business administration, divorced agenarians, who aro revelling in a fresh and bo Mr. Gray's salary will bo $17,500 entirely from the "demoralizing madness crop of and if a year, and he will have no such expenfor spoils." It will no doubt be the best the fossiliferoua antediluvian on the MiuisterB nt ses as the other for the country, but it is not likely to raging Licking doesn't let up we shall European capitals have to eubmit to. to prove profitable to the party. 8oo that he is immersed in its billows, An Associated Press dispatch from taking care that sinkers be attached to both Secretary Philadelphia inventors his coat tails so A couple of that he will never rise Washington states that Morton have Horhfi-nnd Secretary discovered a method by apain. Verb, sat Bap. claim to have Iteal CIvr. plainly indicated their purpose of which oysters can bo shipped in the Mr. St. GnwgoXobranes Uaw, Chaw-Itwo When that stalwart organ of the G. A. the efficient employes in the shell to any point, no matter how redenh boy! Glad to bee you hanged departments, without regard to politics. if I ain't I mote, and still bo as fresh and delicious R , the Cincinnati Commercial-Gazett- e, "Thanks, awfully, old fel. What time as when they left their home in the sea. raises a protest, bo it never so slight, The Board ot Lady Managers of the is used. It is against the scandalous pension raid, World's Fair are laying plans for the fs it, George? I've mi invitation to dinNo chemical preparation ner nt 7, and mo watch isn't Koinir." well known that when an oyster uets things may be said to have come to a fo distribution of the 40,000 twonty-fiv"Why, Chawley, wasn't your watch sick at the Btomach, as he generally will cus. It was a pretty wise man, albeit he cent souvenir coius, tho ieauo of which Ills entire interest in the when he takes a long ride on the train, W4S somewhat profane, who remarked was authorized by Congress some time "Ha, ha, hn! Deuced if that isn't he opens his mouth and the liquid inside in effect that matters may run on in a ago in honor of the women of thin coun clevah, Gnwge! Un, ha, hn! That'll do to tell at tho club or after dinnuh. It's his shell runs out. Then he begins to bad way uncorrected, but when they get try. pine and decay, just because, like a great too d n bad, they correct themselves. The committee, of the Tennessee mighty clevah, old boy." "Thanks Chnwley; fellah rawther many people, ho didn't keep his mouth The latter is perhaps the only hope we Legislature appointed to investigate the shut. In order to pro vunt this suicide, a can rely on for the correction of an evil condition of nflairs among the convicts enjoys getting off something clevah once awhile. small lead clamp is put on the shell nnd that has grown into gigintic propor- - at Coal Creek, report that thoy aro in a in "So long, Ta, In!" yon clevah dop. you!" the thing is done. Tho oyster is thus tious. deseaaed and filthy condition anil many "iiaw, tlmnlrs." Exchange. And- fed they arestarving prevented from any protest whatover, Tiieke are 19 applicants for collector of them are so poorly consequence he is kept sound in this nndoja Ami lit- Put it Thrro. district, and Gov. MeCrtary, is to death. and nice. A company with a million laying wake Tho department of Agriculture estio'nfchts trying to decide wheat dollars capital has taken hold of tho idea whom he will recconimend. Uneasy mates the quanttv of last year's and we shall see what wo shall see. cropbtill ou hand at 135,000,000 bushels, lies the head of nearly every democratic production, Congressman now. If he make' n mis or 20 2 per cent, of tho total Tub Legislative Committee on capital the smallest percentage lu ten years. take it may coat him his seat and he has G20,S47,-37location is preparing for a Biege of winto proceed most cautiously. It is much The corn on hand is estimated at ing and dining. It has selected Louiscent, of the crop. bushels, or 3S.5 per easier to bo a Congressman under an ville, Lexinuton, Frankfort, Danville and The man who was spotted nt Maradverse administration. Bowling Green as possible sites and will shall, Texas, as J. C. Anderson, the mur- to see what ingo to Lexington J. E. Stone, gf Gurnee, Ala., gets a dcier ol J. B. Hucker, ol bomerset, avo ducements can be offered by tho enter- small fortune by being agoodguesser. In the officers the slip, ami is still at large. prising citizens there. Of course a big tho Courier-Journguessing contest he He is said to have answered the detcrij. And ask a continuance of the patronage extended the firm of Ui.'mns dinner with champagne embellishments came within IS of the total vote cast at tion exactly, except for having shaved & lArsdale. nnd will make it to the interest of others to trade with will be one of them. The other towns the late presidential election and rakes in off his mustache. Ho went by tho name me. UP.jlr lhc books and accounts have been transferred to me and I will will do likewise. The committee will prize offered by that paper of $10,000. of J. C. Kucker. continue the latter with all who desire. wax strong and grow fat on the fulluess neAt Rome, Ga., Sherman Arp, a rCIothmg, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless of cost to close The next meeting of the Kentucky gro condemnd to be hung, sold his body of the land. The other towns will have Bortio Aw, Miss Ethel, thcah is one out stock. - Press Association will be held in Louis lost their time and money and Frankto the highest bidder. A young physi- thing I liko about you. Ethel What is that, Mr. Softlcigh? fort will contiuuo to be the capital of ville in June. An excursion to the cian was the purchaser at eight cents per Bertie My awm, dealt. Truth. Kentucky. It was ever thus, even since World's Fair is on the programe. weighed 150 pounds, mak-inpound. Arp mind of man runneth the time when the tho doctor's bargain cost him S12.4S; NEWSY NOTES. not to tho contrary. which 1ib spent for good things to eat I The assessment of Madison amounts and drink. Miss Sallie Rkiim, a love lorn Louisto $9,012,040, an increase of $SOO,190. ville school teacher, gave a negress, who CHURCH AFFAIRS. Sixty-fou- r of tho U. S. Senators are of "making claimed to have the power In the corporate limits of KowUntl. lawyers, one h preacher, one a doctor, Have just received a new barrel each of Open Kettle. M. Rev. P. T. Hale, Baptist, closed a matches," $35 for her assistance in securmi-w- . 11 I. DAKST. Rowland and one a journalist. meeting at Memphis with 82 additions. ses, Sorghum and Caramel Syrup; also pure Maple Syrup, ing a reciprocation of her affection for a Buckwheat Mrs. Edgar Woods and four children A new Presbyterian church and parman whom she "loved not wisely but aim unuiaui riour in Dink-- , isuckwhcat Mour, Hams Shoul-- , wero drowned while attempting to sonage, costing $52,000, will be erected at too well." The charm failed to work, dcrs, Side Meat, Breakfast Bacon, Broiling Beef, Canned Roast Corn Henderson. and now the poor woman, a wiser if not cross Cedar Creek near Rome, Ga. anu snipped neei, iMacKercl and Tics' l'cct m barrel I Tvmnn'c Tho MiddleBboro Furnituro Co. as Rev. A. V. Sizemore will preach at a happier one, is suing for the return of cd and Cucumber Pickles in barrel. Queen Garc Plums. ru...,'.'. signed, with liabilities of 530,000 and Logans Creek church next Sunday afterher hard earned money on the ground Blackberries, Sweet Potatoes, French Peas, Van Houten's Cocoa. nominal assets in excess of that amount. noon at o'clock. that it was obtained under falBe preCol. Charles E. Taylor, a telegraph Rev. J. H. Julian is improving and tense. The court will likely, however, operator for 41 years and for a long time will be able to preach next Sunday at decide that when a fool and her money manager of the Frankfort office, is dead. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi are eo soon parted, they had as well conhis church in McKinney. A hand-ca- r crashed into the rear end ous. A complete line of Of Teas and Coffees. We will have a lull stock of Seed Potatoes and divorced. Rev. Carter Helm Jones, pastor of tinue to be of a freight train near Pittsburg, Pa., Garden Seeds, the best varieties. Have already bought and will' be the First Baptist Church of Knoxville, A Tennessee solon is the last to reach injuring six laborers, three of whom will Tenn., has resigned to take charge ot the able to give you some low prices. die. after fame by introducing a bill to proAlthough she was declared insane, McForrill Memorial Baptist Church of hibit thp manufacture, sale or use of tho grand jury at Atlanta has indicted Louisville May 1st crinoline in that State. This business Julia Force for the murde- of There will bo no services at the her two has ceased to be funny. Why don't some sisters. .Methodist church here next Sunday. humorists cause a law to of tho would-b- o The third quarterly meeting for the Eleven Cincinnati banks made up a BUY THF CELKHRATKD be enacted prohibiting tho use of Moth- purse ol McKendreo by 600,000 in gold, to be sent on to chanie will be held at Sater Hubbard's? It would bo just as smart Washington for the relief of tho Nation Uev. II. P. Walker, beginning next and more reasonable. The latter takes al Treasury. Anil urday. all of the beauty out of the female form Fifty Kentucky families passed thro' horsemen Complicated Watch Repairs and divine. Hoop skirts can be made to St. Louis Friday on A number of promineut tho way to Oklaho Artistic Engraving a Specialty. to the symmetry of some whose editoiials on tho su add ma to take their chances in staking are writing lbngthy forms are not ho divinely divine. of stallions in the country. UAH jjoodi told encnveil tree of charge perabundance claims in the Cherokee strip. of the knife. A ttB'Vour patronage rcipcctfullyi'illcited. Horace January of Mays-vill- Thoy all suggest the U8e Impeachment proceedings have been good gelding is by far better than a becrecently Grand Comniauder of instituted in the Tennessee legislature ond rate against Judge Du Bose, of tho Memphis Kuights Templar, died last week aged J. A. Calvert, who married Mies Ida John 11. Cattleman, .10. A. C LnnhAib He had been totally blind since criminal court. Thero are 40 or 50 crimPickard, of Caldwell courjty, was evi12 counts 1S83. Olive Points, three for St. inal specifications in tho Tho Washiugtan Legislature has ad- dently not much pleased with married against him. He is charged with all man- journed sine die without electing a They spliced and attended the iu Unit life. ner of corrupt practices and finally with ed States Senator. Gov. MtGray will auguration, but when they got to Louia- appointing unfit persons to tho oilice of appoint John B. Allen, whoso ville on their return, Uuiveri excuseu attorney general, notably J. Wesley Dur- t.-r- expired March 4th. himself for a few moments. Ho did no ham, "a notorious crap shooter." The -- August Niemann, a Louisville return and his wife found a note stating charges have produced quite a senea- went home and found a fellow that he had left her. He took along $5 tion and they will bo thoroughly veuti-- i employe in the housa with hia wife. of his wife's mony. lated. The following stallons wero on exHe attempted to put him out but the notwithstanding horse The mania for tall buildings having intruder was the butter man and Nie- hibition yesterday off. The Silver King show day is a mouth run into madness at Chicago, the city mann got a fearful flogging. MANAGERS, Mrs. Rhodes Thompson, a wealthy 713, owned by T. L. and J.S. Baughmau council has ordained that none shall be record 2:24, Wm. Commerce Building-Louisville built hereafter over 10 stories high or 1150 and dashing widow living near Lexing- of Boyle; Gambonita, ha3 eloped with Town Marshal J. Rue & Son, Boyle; Silve' Tip, Beaaley average ton, Is keceiying His Agents throughout the South. feet. This is sad. The Denmark, Jebte ouly chance to get near heaven S. Woolems, of Georgetown. Wooliims Bros, and Hays; Dillard M. S. Baughman and was in being elevated to the top of an IS leaves a wife and three small children Cook, Lincoln, W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agent, handsome C. F. Clay Their whereabouts are un- Barnes the or 24 story building and that has been behind. of G. A. Lackey. STANFORD, KY Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give known. rudely taken from him. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal himslf hath paid it, that No editors need npply, for Cleveland is ho is credited nroes J j W. WALTON. type-writer- s' SIX : PAGES. o gum-chewcr- cigar-positio- n. 'ette-smoker- s' Immense Mne of Clothing, SHOES and HA Our buyer left for New York and will poat-oilir- e go-iu- An : ELEGANT ASSORTMENT Pries as usual will door-keep- er sen-teuc- e. LOWER THAN ANY ONE 5c Else can gold-heade- a yard. 25 pieces Jin fancy Dress Ginghams at will offer for this week 50 pieces fine fancy Calico at l-2- d $-'- y 00 ,,ollir-imii- P Have just received and placed on sale 50 Men's fine Spring Suits. pay yon look at them It will 1 g Mothers, Now is Your Chance to Pick Your first-clas- s, a new Suit. All new shades and a special strictly light color at $5. Don't forget us. Suit first-cla- ss THE LOUISVILLE STORE. v, t I Have Purchased of W. H. Higgins, e GROCERY - MDWJLEE 0 to-da- y a u mi n n C J- s .- y njfflim mrs mm v. !! j vvFV, IttiVMM, WV.p al V-- r g For Sal Few More Building lots M'KINNEY BRO'S n sen-rising 15 BANK Clocks fe R1 ,: THE JEWELER, WE KEEP THE BEST BRANDS McKINNEY BROS. Watches, - Jewelry SILVERWARE. VULCAN Chilled Plow. Ex-May- e, stud-hors- Every One Warranted. W. H. WEAREN & CO. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Insurance Company, e, - H.6.R0PLEY, BARBEE&CASTLEMAfl , Chica-goian'- s FAILIO WINT3BB (BOOBS me call, " TrfcB. F "' "x&00 SmcniB. Our Danville nowe and n disWanted. To buy nil the wool in THE LAST patch from Mr. G. C. Koller, Jr., tell of tho vicinity of Shelby and Junction for I will tho tho Buicido of Frank Fox, a young man market which delivered pay Shelbyhighest City. price, Ilinn ciiea and flower bankets nt A. A. at of that townt by cutting his throat. Bad I. S. Tevis. 189IJ Warren's. Ky., Makcii M, Stanford, health had made him despondent. Breeders should bear in mlnll that Xi;v Huttot'iis und Hiitln glorias. Sev if service is rendered before license is WAiiiiKNiiiui Silas Me58or had Fhank cruncu & Son , bub, m. o. obtained fo; standing either n horse or n u row over a debt of $17 yesterday when jack, 20 ner cent, extra will be charged NouTiiniiN seed potatoes, onion sets, Messcr gave Wnrren This week at the New Cash Store. Cloaks and Overcoats, Winter tho d n lie. War-refor said license. garden and flower seed ut McKinney PERSONAL POINTS. retorted with a heavy blow from bis Suits, Flannels, Comforts and -- Ed. O. Gaines has purchased of W. Bros. right and Mesaer went to mother earth. Mitfl. W. A. SLAYMAKKithna been nick R. Gaines a half interest in his promisFiiont upstairs room in the Craig brick Judge CaiBon lined him S3 for it. for several daya. ing young trotting stallion, Col. B. W., Stjjlla Lata lev, of AnderBou, is building for rent, unfurnished. Mrs. Constaiilb J. II Alcoiin found Josh for $150. His pedigree will appear in Hue. Mary Wray. visiting friends here. onr next issue. Dyo drunk and with a pistol on his perKi.KdANT stock ginghams, pe reals, Ac. son. Ho loaded him into his buggy and Waltku Kluod nnd Wm. Catron, of J. M.Carter returned from Florence Comn early while our assortment is com- brought him to jail, without so much as 8. 0., yestonlny, where bo sold 23 mules Somuraet, wcro hero yesterday.. Mk. S. 0. Lackbv will ro to Loxinnton plete. Severance & Son. awaking him from bin slumber. When at $05 to $125. Givons & Carter also sold y IH to visit hla sister, Mrs. Fields. Our Mr. Hughes two carloads of mules in Atlanta at an This week to make room for our Spring Stock. Carholi. Bailey and Jesso D. Wearen he did awako ho knew where ho was for averago of Mil. J. T. Ticuiiv Iihh been asaiimcd to $00 50. has just returned from the cities, where he bought one of the nicest he had beon there before. have formed n partnership to handle the watch the distillery of Henry Hester. Fifty blooded horses and a number stocks of goods ever brought to any town in Kentucky. And while Walter A. Wood Machines. Klkoant lines of spring und summer of Holstein-FriesiaMita. Katk Duddkrak left for Indiancattle were burned you are in buying Winter Goods, don't fail to have us show you our cloth- to death nt Riverbank Stock Farm, near apolis yesterday to buy n stock of millinTiik Middleaboro Furniture Factory fabrics for men's Our new things in Dress Goods, in White Goods, Laery. was destroyed by fire. Tho loss is $10, ing suits from Browning, King & Co., Baltimore. One of the stallions, Cabash, new goods. of trains 000 and 100 men are thrown out of em- New York, Jacob Reed's Sons, PhiladelK. master Mn. J. was valued at $10,000. ces and Embroideries, both colored and white, and our new Clothing phia, and Thu Royal Tailors, Chicago, on the K., 0. G. fe L., was Ijero yester- ployment. Tho insurance in only It. L. Elkin Bold to B. G. Fox, of and Gents' Furnishings are wonderful. These goods arc bought for on salo by John H. Craig it Son, at pop Boyle, a mare for $..0O. Booth Thomp day. cash and we intend to make things red hot. guaranteed.0 ular prices. A perfect fit Miss Sub Rout, who ban been in Danson bought of Hudson & Walker a lot of Somr rascal, who should bo looking We will open a splendid line of Satteens, French Ginghams, Outville for nearly a year, has returned homo Is tho county court yesterday tho will cattle and hogs to be delivered Juno 1st through tho bars of thu county jail, fired to stay. at 5 cents round. ings, Percales, Henriettas, Serges, French Poplins, and everything in of W.A. Holtzclaw was admitted to proT. M. While rejoices over the advent Dress Goods, Trimming Silks, &c. Mit. W. It. Dillion went to Dillion two shots into McKendreo church last bate and his widow. Mrs. Lucy Holtz Come early and see us. of the first English Hunter colt of the Saturday to spend several days with her week. Fortunately, no meeting was in liclaw, qualified an executrix. Tavern progress. husband. season. It is a mare and is a beauty. cense were granted P. W. Green and MraaRs. W. II. Brown and K. L. 1 am rc king my Spring nnd Summer Capt. B. F. Powell owns English Hunter Joe Coffey and distillery iiceneo to J. W. Thompson, Rockcastle stock traders, suitings now and invite tho people hereand will stand him again this season. James a Co. There was a protest filed were here yesterday. abouts to call and see tho handsomest against distiller's license being granted See pedigreo in next issue. Mits. SufAN Waiimkn and Mrs. I. M. lino of goods over brought to Stanford. Our stallion, Naboth, will make onto S. J. Coylo nnd tho question will bo Ilruco went to Louisville yesterday; the Call early and get first choice. H. C. ly a very short season and then ho will heard Thursday. be put back in training. Ho will be allattr to buy millinery. Ruploy. Mn. Evan Watkiw is still alive and Akteu a very busy session of two lowed to serve only 25 mares nnd if you Attention la called to tho advertiseJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. calmly and resignedly waiting for the Sat- want a season to him you had better ment of Miss Mary Daviess Dudderar, weeks circuit court enmo to an end demBaugh-inan- . is not far olT. end, which speak at once. J. K. & M. S. who will open a millinery here about urday nflernoon. Two things were 1893. Mn. John 8. Wki.iji Ih back from Floronstrated during its continuance, ono tho 30th of this month. Her mother, ida and the glrlH have bid farewell to uv Yesterday waa a beautiful day and Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School leichtri. Superior courses In Literatim', Music and' Mrs. Kate Dudderar, will be in entire that Judge Saufley is tho right man in ery fear and wiped their weeping cyi'B. place nnd the other that John a good crowd attended court. There An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. control, and solicits tbo patronage of old tho riiriit Mit. V. T. Tixkkii was in town yeswhere about250 head of cattle on market, as well as new customers. Mrs. D. is Sam Owsley, Jr., Is developing into nn terday, the first time sinco November-Hexcellent prosecutor. Ho acquaints him- but only about a third of them were cities laving in tho stock. has hud a so vera attack of bronchitis' now in tho self with tho cose before going into trial sold. A lot of rough yearlings steers Mibsks Mattik and Nannir Vandk-vkkld Aitkk tho rains of Friday and Satur- nnd is thus able to bring out its strong brought $12,75; a bunch of returned from Florida, Friday, de- day tho sun shone beautifully Sunday est points. His speeches too nro pointed cattle $18. dry cows, $12.25 to $13.50. limited xith their threo month's visit in nnd yesterday, reminding one forcibly and effective and seem to carry much work muk $00 to $73.50. Walter Elrod Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in the land of (lowers. that spring time had come, geutlo An- weight with the juries. If Mr. Owsley Bold privately to John Woods 13 head ofG. T. Fauhip, of Garrar I, passed Hj cents. WillMia. "y cattlo nt nie. But it will he well to remember Bpply himbolf as wo believe he will, honthrough to Iondoii Friday to join her two bright days do not; any more or and distinction as a Commonwealth's Catron eoid to various parties 20 head of that husband who has been "evangelizing" make spring than two swallows do and Attorney are suro to como to him. Judge Bamo to various parties nt same price COO in tlio mountains. get in out of tho wet weather promised Saufley und Mr. Owsley opened court at Robert Snow sold 10 steers averaging Nonwonn is the name of for today. pounds at $17.50. Ijincaster yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Norwood's Hint James Martin, who has been in jajl for NEW ADVKRTISKJIE.Vra. born, wo learn by n card recived from "Two eouls with but a single thought, some timo for stealing 2I0 from James Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Two hearts that beat us one. Islington yeatenlay. of the Waynesburg neighborA. Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows ' The Gleo Club, at Coffey House, March hood, was acquitted. Ho is about soven Ah rresitlent Cleveland appoints J udgo Carriage Painting & Trimming. and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat eight o'clock." Jackson's Hticcessor w hero could he tlnd twentieth, ninety-threfeet tall nnd looks like he ought to bo Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Buggy and Wagon an nbler or better man than Judge J. V Thus read invitations to tho next meet able to mako a living without stealing. I am again reapy to do all kinds of Carriage Harness, Saddles, Fields, IJalcd Hay, &c. Alcorn, of Stanford ?MU Vernon Signal. ing of tho club, which will bo entertainMack Ferrill, convicted of carrying rtv' shop, ready to strvo the public promptly F. Wor-le: ed bv Misses IxuiiaTipton, Katy Mn. J. It. M1C1.KLi.AN is hero concealed weapons, was granted n now JOHN Jl. DeNARDI, Stanford. 4 Olivia Summers, Gertrude Howard T. J. Collins, of lladdoiifleld, N. trial and tho case continued till next and Kliso Whitman. circulating library and J., to establish court. S. M. Owens waa allowed $50 for 9 will explain his excellent plans to thoee Tub report that W. H. Higgins had attending on the court nnd furnishing interested to day. sold out lock, stock and barrel to Dr. J. fuel for tllo courtroom, Col. T. P. Hill Mk. B, F. Roi'T who hardly knew the K. VanAredalo went from mouth to car for one day as special judge, J. W. AlIs offcring- piston from thu ste.im chest of an engine yesterday, but no one would believe the corn 1 do., J. W. Yerkea I days for Wc will soil or rent thu well known resort, three miles sfluth of Stanford There aro 70 aires of when ho went there last Fall, is now startling btory. A reporter finally screw- simennd P. M. McRoberts daya bb Land, a Hotel Huildwu; and five besides and is a good stable and other outhouses. The water is chief engineer at the- water works ed bin courage to a Hticking point and commonwealth's attorney. The grand the best in this section. ftcetyone who has visgiving treat uitisfiieliou. He bus not timidly aaktnl tho gentleman if it could lie jury ordered boiuo repairs on tho jail ited It can attest. Will jive immediate posseA. L. SrOONAMORK. sion. missed a night for over fix months. Hubble, iy. and residence, a room furnished nnd fit4 true and was told that it was. Tho We must have room for our In every Department. Cou W. O. Bkaiilky will celebrate the report that Mr. Iligciua will bo able ted for the sheriff und repairs to tho coilanniversary ol his birth with a dinner to to live a year or two on bio bonuses ing of tho circuit court room. G-ooiD- S. : his friends next Saturday. The genial could not be substantiated. Squiro L. K. Wells sued J. F. Wallin Blue-Gras- s Colonel Is beginning to get aloug bo far on sale of land, but for $:V0, commission A it wis about 10 steps from tho It will Pay you to giveus a call before purchasing elsewhere, as that ho hnsstoppod numbering tbo mile Spring, 1893. tho jury found for Wnllin. on the journey of life, n don't nik irate hou.xo on ' the Lancaster posts Five persons were sent to tho penitenFruit undlOiniuirnUl Trees, small Frultf.Grape they must be sold. was destroyed by lire Friday i! ven inc. tiary; W. T. Saunders, two years for Vines, Asparagus and ever) thing for the Orchard, lis how old lie Ih. !ow We sell direct Lawn nnd (iardrn. it, had on killing J udgo Egbert; Kd Brown, 5 years and hao no agents I'rlres Mrs. Withers, who rent Catalogues on application to VICINITY7 CITY AND H.V HIM.KNMKYER, tho tiny before, tilled it with hay and on- for stealing groceries from Farris A HarLcziugton, Ky. put a load din; Sam Hays, ono year for cutting anGaiiukn seeds oi all kin's nt W. H. ly a short time previous had A. C. SINK J. N.MKNErEE of coal in it, and her low is probably $30. Wearen & Co's. other negro; Itobt. Hansford two years Mm thinks the hum was set on tiro uv a robbing J. M. Hail's meat house, and Havk you seen tho pretty window of little colored boy who has been with her for and Nancy Mitchell ono year for receiv Marjr Davioi Dudderar will open up about Hanks, the jeweler? for several years, but ho denies doing so ing stolen goods. They will bo taken to March 30th one of positive proof against Stoki. room in front of Colley Hotel and she has no Frankfort as Boon as Clerk Bailey can : him. rent, W. H. HigitiH prepare tho papers in their cases. lor Ol Millinery over shown In Stanford. Tho cost of the juries being in excess Tiik L . A N. has jiint let out a contrac A Nick Room to rent on ground floor. for 1,500 freight cirs and this reminds us of tho amount of money on hand, the Everything : Strictly : New. Private entrance. Call at this oflice. will the that there appears to bo a fortune await- trustee of tho jury fund, Mr. J. M. Cook, All the latest Novelties of of my eaon. ItMrs. mother, be entirely under the control Fou Rknt. Tho bouse in which I ing tho company that will erect car was ordered to makoadraftfor$41G.:U on Kate Dudderar 1 hankioj: her cut tomeri for pait favors, I solicit same and hope to have as manv live. Terms reasonable. 1. P. Nunnel- - works at this po.nt. There are excel- the auditor. more new ones call and exan 111c my stock beluie ley. work as a milliner. biivms. You all lent locations for them between here and MAUV DAVIS DUDDERAR. 4 FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. and Ferry's garden seed Rowland, the water supply is inexhaustLandhktii's Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are of easy access Chicago lutsu't a einfjle trottinu in bulk and package at A. A. War- ible, coal and lumber are unsurpassed. and transportation facilities as good hs truck. ren's. To the EMcscy could bo desired. In fact it seems that Will HnysBoM to M. F. Klkin two Go and see tho largo lino of sprit g most auy kind of a manufactory would ofths fatcovTei at o centd. 1 will pay goods at HugheH k Tale's. flourish hero and monied men should A fiood eaildlo stallion, For Silk. yon. investigate. cheap. M. S. I3nuj;hinan. Swift's Hly your seed Irish potatoes of W. II. 11 Lx y Ta n 1 K. O. Guinea Bold to Sam T. Harris A Ni'MiiKii of couples stormed MiES tLASfljTtjMp 4JW1 fbvt r Wearen A Co., and get tho best at tho Specific. Mattie Bosley Friday night and com- 14 'JoO pound hogs ut 0i cents. lowest price. Hold his stalalmplo Georio K. AHord lias Tho HH ' pletely surprised her. Shu had retired, rcmeUyfrora thoGeurKU Foil Rent Tho Copt, Gaines Craig but douuiim her neatest dress and sweet-oa- t lion, McKobertH, to Klmor Hnbblo for awamu and Held has We desire to call the attention of gardeners and farmers to our large Icono forth, to tho antipodes. ...l nit nuustj mm 1n wt iTtttwir Mnin at fit smile, she soon gavw her guests a $1,000. wiKi ! 'astonlshlngthoakeptlcaland and splendidly assorted line of I confounding Hon. G. A. l.uckey sold to Loo, of tho theories of P. M. McRoberts. cheory welcome and made them enjoy "thoso who depend solely on tho 1 KVY tOI II evening royally, not even omitting a Hardin, his saddle stallion, Lord Clifton, A TITi ljflV it&9 physician' akllL There Is no blood business at n good stand in tho A 'taint which itdoosnotlmmcdtatcly fc nico lunch that had to bo prepared after for $300. outwardly absorbed or tho eradicate. Poison Stanford can bo bad reasonably by ap Kobe rt nnd E. S. Lonn bought in result of Tllo diseases from within all yield to thU their arrival. They were Miss Annio In both bulk and package. potent but simple remedy. It U on uncqualed plication to tho editor at this ollke. of fat cattlo nt Green, Will Baughinnn; Miss Georgia Washington county a lot tonic, bulldsuptho old and feeble, cures all diseases I cents. arising from tropuro blood or weakened vitality. Tiiky are slashing prices at tho Louis- Wray, Jack Heazley; Miss Mary Duddera Bend for a treatlio. Examine tho proof. K. I Cooper boupht in l'ulaski ville Store this weok. A call will con- ar, Tom Yeager;IMiss Janlo Felnnd, II. Book on " Blood and Skin Disease " mailed freo. bunch of U and year. old cnttle nt - to vince you that you can get goods at your C. Pedigo; Miss Jennie Warren, James ItrugvUts Sell It. Beazley; Aliea Mario Warren, W. S lij cunts. own price. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Klkin four J. II. Boone sold to M. F. Burch; Miss Annio Hail, J. II, Yeager; At the lowest possible prices. Garden Implements of all kinds on Drawer 3. Atlanta, Ga. All persons indebted to the old firm Miss West, of Harrodaburg, K, O. Gaiues fat cows at 2 1 cents, nnd to M. I). Klinore hands and at very low prices. Wearen must call and of 11. K. it W. II. a lot of shoats at 0J cents. and Clarence Tate. settle. We are compelled to uloso our Wool. I want to buy 100,000 lbs old accounts. Tin: Klizabethtnwn Nowb tells of tho or more of wool. Will pay highest market price. A. T. Nnnnolley. McKIN'NE, Ky.. ltav. W. li. Kllib' little lecture about way r. furmeriStauford man and his wife Pony Uea.ley, of Lancaster, bought eatortuiued. It says: Mr. and Mrs. J. S. tho fence around tho Christian church tho progessivo n bay combined gelding of John Wagers A new fence and Grimes entertained hau borno fruit. for fcJOO. Kicbinond Register. pavement are being madu tho entiro Euchre Club last Thursday night. Tho Tobacco planters in the 10 counties score cards contained very appropriate Having too much other business on hand lo see rlength of thn West Bide. my Favorite Shakespeare, and tho players around Chattanooga will raiso 1,000,000 after It properly, will sell capacity of jo Mills at verses from barrels McKinuey. They have a Dealer In- Situation by an a practical, found their partners by discovering pounds this yenr with fair luck. of tlour per day and areiu good repair. I will sell Wantkd. down for cash, balance In nonS und re- verses to Georgo W. Harbison tarm 01 for The printer, Btrictly sober match. Alter reiresuments or all in real entate. ville, months, with interest, L.TAN'NER, McKinney. K. 100 liable; competent to tako full control of woro served quite a unique and novel 300 acres, threo miles from Shelby of Scott Adoffice. Best of references given. feature was introduced. Tho ladies were was bought by J. W. Showalter, BfflSMKOSngKSSSMCeKS M. M., rare of lock box LM, oach givenja'difl'erent colored ribbon to county, at $74 50. dress W. of Direct, 2:181, And The sire Hnd dam Bardetown, Ky. hold. Tho ribbons were attnehed to a (ruiili of loely tmiMe fcr forty: 2:051, are owned by A. H. nr "Jack Horner" pudding. As tho pud- nnd pacing, U' sue. otn UV AlUiUU Finn. While- Mr. and Mrs. Sam for them. Thoy at nir illtr. sheet lit. ol tlm Mten.mim fishing Fri- ding was cut each ono drew out some- Moore who paid $77,350 - Jl sparkline ml vmu Instrumental (Long Sam) wereofT and Kehora, 2:23J. "' in ttieiuost ulwaiit man. fire thing attached to the ribbon. All the aro Director, 2.17, ihcliAiiiB four l.mre MO port rai t. vl & day, their house near Hubble caught tho Pence track and u ht..llllt-l- I."1 toI have rented ribbons had sugar plums attached to thei,'.ii o.ii'lnmsti Adolla ratll.cnu "; from adofectivo flue and was burned trotters for speed. Thoso IHOII IlllUliniUll. I lie l"V " nil tho furniture, save a them save one which had a pretty silver will handle ilrun all orders tuNIW Y,?I,hi11'L?.lVVIj gether with spoon, this ono was drawn by having stock of this kind will find it to KCUU. UroudwavThoutro HulMlPC, . , trunk and two feather beds. Loss, souvenir Helm. Miss Deo their interest to see mo. Tom Yeager. bout $2,000; Insurance, $1,000. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Skb our now spring wraps. it Son. Severance) -- Cit-ic- m w-A.vro- Managor GREAT SALE, Everything Heavy n n Must Go, to-da- n made-to-ord- er $10,-50- 0. Record-Homestea- d. m m HUGHES & TATE. January 24th, Stanford Female College. Spring; Session Tuesday, u three-year-o- Bo lo WEIAMIEN 9 three-year-o- ld May-Nau- na Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Ia-'o- , e; repro-M-ntim- 1 11 11 Hales Well For Sale The Cash Bargain Store -- "5 - SPECIAL Inducements nsrurw B. F. JONES & SON. fur-tb- er Nurseries, toll-turnpi- ." ' XTew Millinery. The :IImidsoiucst & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Lines Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. kno-he- r - They all Testify World-Renown- ed 1 1 Wo Carry a Pull Xiino of Builders' Supplies. iT . I 11 VI ft old-tlm- EAD Tffl Oa mmm9 - w.-- - I 1KJm9 I fnTI7 vbrjeiUi;JliJti.li 15 Genuine N. Y. Early Rose Seed Irish Potatoes, FAVORITE MILIiS, FARRIS & HARDIN. FOB SALE. 1 one-lu-ll d an IE ., i. 1E& 3ES JES 1 1 11111M0 1 . ZIlVEIMIIEIrR, Faney Groceries, Fruits -- Pt - pon-H- 1 1 l . - Confectioneries. - 5rswta85ecos9s Baker's Bread Always on Hand. ..: - wa&WrkW &u- - k Tlio Kml of Jllm. "Yes," said iv man, after tho explosion had Hcnttorcd tlio remains of the over u ubllshcd Every Tuosdny and Friday largo section of tlio petroleum rcpion, AT "Doylo always was a cool one. I'vo S3 IMCK VlCA.lt lyADYANCE seen him rattle over a Rtony rond with a load bf glycerine with 110 more eara -- Vhen not so paid S2.60 will be charged." than if it had been a load of huy." Well," said the coroner, sadly, as he thought of no escaped foe, "he may CARD. K.b. LOCAL TIME liavo been cool, but h never will be collected." Uroolclyn Life. Kowiand at 7:00 a. m. returning Train leaves j:ao p. m. A Talr Average. Friend Allow mo to congratulate L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. you. l hear tnai your daughter lias 1137 pm married a foreign nobleman. ll train gome North ...., ..113pm South " " Mr. Goldberg Yes, it's pretty tough 11 31 pm xpress train ' South........ on me, but by a streak of good luck her North. ocat Freieht North............. .7 loam sister lias eloped with a steady street South... ...M.M..I car driver, so thb nflliction is somewhat The latter traini alto carry passengers. This Is a world of compen-uationThe above is calculated on standard time Solar mitigated me is about to minutes Taster, and I can't expect all my girls to do as well as tho ono who married QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. the street car driver. Texas Sittings. Trains pass Junction City as follows: Entirely DlflTnrent. No. s, Lli.iited, 11:13 p. m.; No, Fweddy Aw Miss G wade, you said Special, arrives 8.40 p. ra. No. J, , tlio rcwy thing 1 was golnrj to say Q. &C. Special, ii'.ij a.m.; No. 7, Fast Mail, arIsn't that what you call mind leaves a:oj p. m. rives 11:40 p. in., North bound No. a, Q.A C, Special, 3:10 p. m.j mind Miss Gracio No. 4 leaves at 6 a. m. ; No. 6, Limited, 3:15 a m. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Torn' Copybook. nltro-plyccri- no wcll-shoot- cr I 'J' s, South-bouuIllue-Gra- d u my-fcol- f. Mind-reading- ? No. 8, Express, arrives 11:01 p. m., leases 1:13 p in. "Ya-ao.- " Lightpatc, that presupposes fho cxistenco of but the imisic is Chicago Tribune. 'TCo, Mr. A TroJlcy. Tom Anjerry, a studont at tho Columbia college, blots his copybook when ever no attempts to write iu it. "Is this your copybook?" asked Prof. Snoro, gazing beveroly at the blots. "Yes, sir." "Well, Thomas, these dark spots in your copybook throw a bright light on your slovenly habits." Texas Sittings. I lust tlio .smile. Mamma I judge from your red face that you must have had a very hurd time walking to tho drug store against tho cold wind. Whitney Yes, It was very hard work walking to tho store ngninst tho wind, hut then it was twice us easy walking homo with It, so It was tho samo thing 111 tno end. Harper s oung People. Hor Lure Kxplntned. He If you did not love me, why did you encourage me? She 1? Encourage you? He For two seasons you havo accepted every ono of my invitations to the theater, etc. She That was not because I loved you; it was because I loved the theater. N. Y. Weekly. Reasonably Explained, "Claude, do you know what has become of tho preserve that was in this bowl?" "lou mean tho evaporated peaches, ma'am?" Lincoln County is the best County in the State; Ilustonvillc, Ky., is the best town; THE ADVOCATE Crmcs to ou every other day In tha ear lor only $U 'I hpclitapett and best paper in Knntuiky Jim: gets it thru' months. Address Tu Advoiatk, Danville, Ky. The best and cheapest man in the county. have come to this town (Ilustonvillc) and opened this day with a full line of vSBfti U!ey Iluildlng A. S. PRICE, SURCKON DKNTIST. Drug Store In the n Office over McKobcits Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Also a Full L.liic of Tinware. ! itanferd. "ZDIEJIfcTTO. 7J For the painless extraction 'of minor sure,,,, , Boots, Shoes, Hats, &c. "''a.y'fr'r or 8 Acres of Land. MKS FANMKDUNN. Stanford, Ky. tth and other FOB, RENT. House and March ist 100-tf COME ONE COME ALL. I have some Bargains to show you. I am G ill rent privately my House and Stanford on the Danville Dike l'Alfttliin ffl.n near running Three : Bis : Stores I Absolutely the people of and Jersey milk land at the lollowlng prices, delivered: Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cents Skimmed Milk, por gallon to cents 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon I will make two trips daily. The patronage ot the G. A. l'KV ION. public Is solicited. yr. Stanford, Ky. 91-- 1 ,m 1m fmt La, Pi Public. Count von Heidelberg Ach, so you haf do student duels, In the American -A cream of tarter baking powivcul attention to Commercial Men colleges, too, nlcht wahr? How beauder. Higest of all in leavening JOE (. ARSON, Manager tifully that young man's face was cut HUSTONVILLE, KY. strength. Latest United States up! Government Food Report. Ilcr Interpretation. Oh, that's young Prof. Smythc Offers Bargains in all kinds of Goods for 30 days, in order to make OR. JOS. HAAS' n;rs unm teopio Know you a Freshly; ho's just learning to shave. ROYAL'.BAKING POWDER CO., great deal better than you think they Life. room for his Spring Goods My Spring Shoes arc daily arriving, and 106 Wall St., New York. far excel anything ever shown in Hustonville in quality, workmanship Hog & do. FOOTPRINTS IN TIIK SAND. Mr. Grim How? and style. I have some Shoes and Hoots left over, which I will close "1 M MHMV Mrs. GrimOur church society is get- f out very low Ladies' Pebble Buttons 73c: Kid Buttons q5c; Men's Used Successfully Fifteen Years. ting up some tableaux, and thoy asked Congress and Lace Shoes Si. 40, worth $2 Heavy Boots Si. 25, $1.50 Will arreit disease, prevrn's disease, estxls me to take the part of "Patience on a I will open on January 16th, 1893. a and $2, worth double the money. A nice line of dark Calico at 5c. worms, stop cough, Increase the flesh and hasten Dairy, from which 1 cau supply any quantity ol monument" N. Y. Weekly. maturity -.Stanford to Row- Pure Mrs. Mosey What a musical phenomenon Skipp tho forger must have becnl Mr Mosey Hove to? Mrs. Mosey Why, the morning paper says that ever slnco he lost his voice, in the management of the Uongood bank, lis whole tenor huS been base. Harper's Bazar. nidu't Agrmi with Jllm. Clara I see that the fellow 3011 rejected last year hiss gone out to the Cannibal islands as a missionary. I wonder if ho has succeeded with any of the inhabitants? Maude I understand by th last accounts that ho was making the kinir very uneasy. Detroit Free Pi ess. "Yes." In Kentucky and one WIIOLKSALE STORE in Cincinnati, Ohio. "Don't you think they might have Now, as I buy in quantities I am able to sell you goods evaporated, mamma?" Judge. East and West. "Do you not discern in these, two events," said Miss Pawkenbeans, of Hoston, "a surpassingly surprising semblance of almost indistinguishable idenChi-cag- (.allervat ROWLAND, adding new sciory, ac crssurics. and Instruments and r.rithlni; peruiu In to a Ciallerv. With many years operlence I am enabled to do food work allow prices Cabinet I'hotos rtnish.MIii the latest and best style at Ji v per dairn. Cards Ji iloten,' Diamond 75c dureu Thanking the public for pail , favors, 1 am COKDIKIt First-Clarcspt-cifully- I have bulll and filled 2TEW CAT.T.TTrrvy. t Wl up a new and handson. Cheaper Than Anybody Else in the country. Commercial McKINNKV, I hsve hough! First-Clas- Hotel, KY Hotel at ey tity?" "Yes." said Miss Whlrlsfalr, of "it's a clear case of horse and horse." Trutlu On tlin Campus. GIVE ME A TRIAL. can Save you Money. shore mentioned and hare sttk.hcd a IT. FEXD, Hustonville, ( a TZy. Bar and Pool Room. llarc repaired and refurnished the Hotel and atu better ihsn cer U ttcJLVJL JCjO -- r AMP rMFLfBfl-- . FM1TE Prepared to Accommodate the Poultry Remedy First-Cla- ss May T isn't over to himself. Settled It. sometimes believe half-witte- d. Blankets and comforts Chappio Hollo Why? May I have often heard him talking At Almost HALF PRICE. All Ben Guzzhutn abouts in Chicago Brooklyn Life. I wonder wherethat girl lives? i'llccs Ji.io, Si tjandjo cents paclac: j.acVlees aic Ibe thechciptvt. lor sale by iarKrst A K 11 Msnlori, Ky w- - J A MKS YKAC.KK. THOMAS YKAGEK. Truth. There came to my place the 14th day of February x HAY MARh, 4 or 5 years old, white on pat- Ucllc That ought to oe conclusive. A NO II r: PUT IT THERK. Arbucklc's Coffee 25c; Fire Proof Oil 15c gallon and a great number of Bargains too numerous to mention in all kinds of goods. Terms 30 days to responsible parties. YEAGER & VEAGER, UVTS7, FED US SALE STABLE, tern of left front and left hind loot, star and snip, about sVi hands high. Owner can have her by paying for pasturoge and advertising. 103 H.J. DAKST, Stanford. Odd. Notice to the Traveling Public. I have had THE SHELTON HOUSE and for reference to v.atrr, call on Mr. and Mrs G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Erin, Tenn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. D. E. Proctor, C. II. Ilraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hamilton. Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. K. I). lohnton. New Haven, Jim Cox, Greenslmrc. Rates $1 per day. J. M. f'elrey, clerk Give me n call. J. W. CARRIKR, Prop. oSoiy 1ML ill 'ZT s l-0.-.. At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and tiave in connection with Hotel one of tho best saloons In the State, open day and night; a night man meets all trains. Jo connection with Housr have also one of tho best Mineral wells in the btati. She Dearest, do you believe thero Is luck in odd numbers? Ho I'm suro I tlon't know. Why, dear? She Well, this U tho third tuno wo havo been engaged to each other, you know, and I thought possibly wo might marrj' this time. Texas Sittings. PI4W 89 PiUI WB Wc now have STANFORD, KY. lllock and are well supplied with NEW RIGS AND HORSES HsvfUtn purchased and nothlnr but turnouts willI leavo the stable, 37 first-cla- A COMPLETE LINE Wo Mo Give them a Call. i.Ti5.tt.2! Itom for Doubt. Experienced Servant A gentleman wants to iseo you, sir. Ji", Mr. Richman Who is he? Experienced Servant I couldn't find out, sir; but, judgin' by his clothes, he's cither a bepgar or a millionaire, sir. N. Y. Weekly. CIVIL Ao Kxpert Proposer. - Kentucky, Ruth No girl could hare refused him Offers his professional services to the people of If ho had proposed to hor a? sweetly as experience in this section. Has had eight years' National Bank he proposed, to me. the business. Refers totherirsc ' Mabel But you must remembcr.dear, of Stanford, where he can be.found. that ho has lind a great deal of experiv ence! Harper's Bazar. 57-i- ROWLAND, KV HARDWARE, DEALER IN GROCERIES, Boot and Shoes, Cigars and Tobacco. Ohia 'KlvtSalt for sale by the barrel. Will take country produce in exchange for goods at market price. I am also agent for the old reliable llrodhead Tobaccos and will keep a full line of these goods in stock, and all I ask of the merchants of Stanford and Rowland is to give me their orders and I will put the goods lo their houses at Factory prices.a Thanking the public for liberal patronage, 1 ask rnntlnuonca of ume. and remain your obedient tl.ff servant. J. 11. lllLl flrtW cr. hi. ihii xroisr iv up a bit. A J'lclI.iu. Of Oliver Chilled Plows, Bucher & Giobs' Imperial Plows in steel and Farmers Bank&Tnist Co Little Dot Lucy Locket wanted mo chilled and Malta Double Shovels. to go get 'quainted with that ok staskokd.:kv.. girl, but I wouldn't, 'cause that little Is now lully orcanited and ready lor business with girl isn't used to good s'ciety. Mamma Why do 3'ou think so? Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Little Dot She can't screw her noso Crab Orchard, Ky. new-little FIJMIOKS, Good Xcws. Surplus, . 20000. Only Woiiihii I'l.iliTHtnmls Woiuun. Bertie Aw, Miss Ethel, theah is one thing 1 like about you. Ethel What is that. Mr. Softleigh? Jfertle My awm, donh. Truth. e.w.siivhitih:, ENGINEER, J. II. BAUGHMAN, Representing...... Now, Jane, clear away the breakfast dishes and then look after tho children. I'm going around the corner to have a dress fitted. Faithful Yes, mum. Will yc take the night key, er shall I set up for ye? Texas Siftings. BOOg-girr.T.TTn- t. A Difficult VariHty to Obtain. Barnes (lai'ing aside a letter) I'd The LargcstJStock to select from. Prices alwas as Lovas like t' git this 'ere feller fer a hired man. est. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. Mrs. JJarnes Why, Josh? es, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. 'Cause ho signs himself Barnes Mistress ita. DRUGGIST XjJl And PENNY SUCCKSSOU t TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANKOHSTANrOKD, AND JEWELER the low- Watch- "Your obedient servant." l'uck. I'rrsonss Nnn (instss. Eiijjravinjj Beautifully nud Artistically Done. Mr. Now closing up! with the same assets aud under ne same manajement. Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors are as fully protected as ate depositors in National iianks, its shareholders lcin held Individually liable to the otcnl ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, In addition to tha amount invested In such shares, It ma- - actas eaccutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as'fully as so individual. To4hosa who entrusted their buisiness 10 us while mnsrlnir the Lincoln National Dank pi Stanford, we wc here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their bullosas with us, ottering as a guarantee for prompt altsn-lio- n 10 same, our twenty years atpenencc ia banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. DIKICTOKS: Stanford, Old Gold and Silver takenin exchange for goods. Dullpatc, Miss Quickstep. Aren't you Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal paon good terras with him?" "On the very beat possible terms. I tronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite at am not acquainted with him." Chica tention, honest gooes and fair prices. A. R. PENNY. go Tribune. "I notice you didn't speak to l'apit Tries It. Mamma And how did my little pet get to sleep last night without mamma? Little Pet Papa tried to sing to me like yon do, an' 1 hurried up na' went to bleep so's not to hear it. Good News. A Man ot Worth. "Why is Oldsoke strutting around so of late?" "Well, since the rise iu alcohol ho figures that he lias Increased in value about fifteen per cent." Indianapolis Ample Cause) for KIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT' Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Getting Accustomril to Ulna. Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; "What makes you think sho loves Philadelphia; Pennsylvania Fire, you and will accept you?" Ins. Co. of North America. "Sho Isn't m particular about how Companies. I would All of which are rol. be pleased to wait o n my friends in this line. tornaissued. Will insure against tcies promptly does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning without additional charge. Office at First National Hank, Stanford. first-class claus-csattach- "Mr. and Mrs. Brown havo not been living together since his bank failure. Tho court separated them." "What, divorce?" "No; penitentiary." Judge. It. TO TEX X.ABXXS. elegant lines ol MU.I.I.1NKRV ever handled in Stanford, selected with an especial view to the wants of this trade. Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an cape, rlenced trimmer, is with me this season and I guarantee everything to bn in the latest and most approved lashlon. The ladies are invited to call and examine my goods, which I will take pleasure in showinir, 63 MISS MCCIK I1KAZLEY. I C. D. POWELL, -- Mt. Vernon; J, M. Halt, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; S.J. Emtry, Stanford; J. S. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MllUdgtvtlls; J. K. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Sunlord, Ky. S. 1L Shanks, President. J.J. Williams, am receiving one of the most DIALM IN- - W.M.Drlght.Tell.r. " -- 7. C.iM.r. ticncral -:- - Merchandise, , And Country Produce, Has opened his stock of roods and is ready to serve the people of Stanford and vicinit). 1 leu ollVrliift unheard of Darxains and all who want good goods at the lowest possible prices should call on him on Loi;an Avenue. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY. Falls Branch Jellico CoalfCo., Miners and shippers of the GENUINE sho dresses to receive tno as she used to be." Chicago News Record. Journal. Helped Illin. Two of Tliein. "Gregory, Mr. llocks says he foresaw I Dives I always bhave myself. and helped your success even when you won't trust a barber on my face. Lazarus I always shave myself, too. were an oillee boy in his store." "Yes. Ho discharged me for incompeNo barber will trust me on my face. tency." Chicago News Record. Chicago Tribune, LuilKul't- THE London. 77 RILEY HOUSE P. B. BILEY.IProprletor, W. O. HUTCHINCS, -- Capital Stock- Surplus that this - 9200,000 20,500 rKoriiToa- - Kentucky. FRANK RILEY. LAvcry (and Feed Stable, -- bTANKORD, KENTUCKY. Having purchased of A. T. Nunnelley his Iiv cry business 1 can he found at hisold stand ready to wait on the public at any time day or night Nothing but FIRST-CLAS- S I have moved to my new Hotcl'iand am bsttsi Srcpared than ever to accommodate the public, attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. Original Jellico Coal. Rowland. Try it We are the sale agents for Stanford Jand Office corner ol Depot street and h,GGtNS & WATTS. THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renorated nl refurnished, is now and I intend tJ conduct it In my mlintain its high reputation, but to add ILi.. in.. n.t of friends. Special aecommoda. TT r and fine roouu.for Uontior coinincfi-- i n UdUpIoy of samples "t ..:.! The Youiic Wile. "Darn this sock," he said as he tore Jess I hear Mr. Chapley proposed last night, and that you accepted him. off his shoe to fix the heel. Bess Wonder if thero is anything In "I did," responded his young wife, it? I must send out and get a morning "but 1 guess tlio twine I used was too paper. Truth. thick." Detroit Frco Press. A Reasonable Question. Thuuglitftil. Come dopgle. If you have your day, Mrs. WIcklow Why do you want to Ai people oft recite. marry again so soon? Why do you, won't you tell us. "pray, Mrs. Leftpoor So that I can buy Keep barking all tho night Harper a Young People. some mourning for the husband who has just died. Truth. Traced to the Original Cause. True to Lire. Mabel Why do you always wear Whipper I want to send Miss roses? a valentine that will depict her in Maud Because Tom's father's rich enough to afford them. Chicago Newi her true colors. Snapper Then get one of those Record. ones. l'uck. Bud-lon- g hand-painte- d : TURNOUTS yi-6- low as the lowest. P.STXAUD, JH. shall leave my stable anil my prices will be as Don't forget my Stanford and m Rowland 'bus line. T. Attention pf the public is invited to the fac Is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the canital stock, but by the stockholders' liability an amount equal to the stock, ao depositors ol this Institution are secured by athat of J4oo,ooo. fund Five sworn statements ofthncondition of are made each yearto the United States ths bank covtm-meand its assets are examined at byeovernment atents, thus securing stated time addititona ancf perfect safety to depositors. the ...,. - oumuru m men red as the National Hank ol Stanford In i6j wd aeainre.pnanuedasthe First National Bank of i5li, has had practically an uninter- nt n.,B,K"?Bfc.?J?!'r is. " r. a. CLAKKa 1 STRATJB & CO PkACriCAL iea. The Directory of this Rank is composed ol T. J. Poster, of Stanford; KoreslaReid, Lincoln county ; ciaries, firms and "Si.7 ,' Ac,cou,or"'POtions: fidu- ".rb.fo',. riSKrai v respectfully - sone- - Plumbers i.t, -- AT- and Steam Fitters. J. W. Hayden, a r t2-i?- - Dealers in all kiads of Iron and lirass Goods lot steam and water. Sanitary Goods or all kinds. All work guaranteed against, defective material and wjsrkmanship. 5; DR. W. B. PENNY Stanford ; S.H. Raughman, Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Uocker, Stanford; C A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. G. Welch, Stanford; OKFJCERS:'P-Ta,e' SUu'0rJ-I.S.Hocker, ATFirst-Clas- s Saloon! Quite-- So. Aid BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached JOSEPH COFFKY. "I bejf your pardon," sang out the In ordT to got in the swim one must convict as tho gorcrnor passed by hi; first come out. Truth. , call. Truth. Curious. Jease Thompson's Barber Shop, There are three of the best Ilarbers la the State. There are also excellent Kith Rooms run in con nection. Agent for I enngtoo bleam Laundry. Dentist. Odea South side Main street, in ofBcs recta racatsd by Dr. L. t Huffman, Stanford, Ky. President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. j , i..