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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893031701 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. Y Semi Weekly Interior vol. XXI. The Land or Sunshine. DANVILLE. (To the Kilitor Intctior Journal.) My attention Iihh just been called Journal NO. 5 STANFORD, KY, FRIDAY. MARCH 17. 1893. XS " hound passenger train No. 7, due hero LANCASTER, 6ARRARD COUNTY. now at 12:32, heretofore at 12:30, will bo Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ilommol have Mrs. Kliza Kason, widow of Judge to an through to Chattanooga instend of stopgone to Middleshoro to live. Walt Kason, lias been granted a pension Hrticlo published in your paper, under Mr. A. M. King continues very ill ping at Oakdalo: at tho rate of $12 per month. the above heading, listed at Alhuqucr-que- , at the family residence on Hroadway. Are you open to conviction ? Well, then come and NOIITH IIOWND LKAVK DANVILLE. There is some talk of having anothNow Mexico, in which the writer No. (daily except Sund.iy)... 0:10 a. m. A tine boy was an arrival at the er stock fair this summer. The only enyB that tho fnct of our hnvitiu to 3:21 a. m. home of Mr. and Mrs. C. l Terhuno ou No. 0 (stops when flagged) ones who object are these who lost probour IntiilH hero will prevent this Wednesday morning. No. 2 (stops when flugijed) 3:30 i M. ably 15 or 20 cents on the one Inst yenr. Houth western country from ever becom1:41 !. m. Joe Withers, who has been winning No. 8 Judge Saufley permits no ono to ening a great hunting country. LKWK DANVILLE. a race occasionally during tho winter, is We arc selling $2. 30 Hats for 50c; Si Hats for 25c, &c Slippers, ter the bar except litigants, lawyers and this Tho writer is sadly in error, in No. 7 12:32 v. M. now in New Orleans with his racers. jurors, and this rule meets the hearty S1.25 goods marked down to 50c, good values. Is h fact, known to till statement. I'. 12:15 i M. Mr CharleH Il.ill, tho expert tinner, No. (does not stop) persons who have ever traveled exten-hivel- lias gone to work for No. 3 (daily except Sunday).,. 8:31 v. M. approval of all, though it goes pretty Hackney A Scott, hard witli the professional loafers that in tho arid rontons especially in having made an engagement for a year. No. 5 12:17 a. m. hang around tho (Solnrndo, Now Mexico, Arizona, and -- Collier A Co., tho tin typo men who Miss Kllen Ownlev gave a party WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. Southern California -t- hat this region have made a fortune in Danville, will go TuesdHy evening in honor of her visitor prolltahlo comprint several of the uiont We were visited by another snow $16 Suits cut to $7.50 and $9. Boys' knee pants, bright new to Harrodshurg next week and make anMiss Robinson, of Elizabethtown. Mrs. farming districts on tho continent. The etorm Wednesday morning other one. 50c, 60c, 75c,' l5i and Si. 25 per pair. Boys' suits $1, $1.25, Will Marrs has returned from Cincinexpense of nppljing water to laud, that Mrs. Neal, wife of Circuit Clerk Neal Mr. J. V. Carter and Miss Fanniu nati. Mrs. Dr. Simn. Klkin. of Atlanta, S3. 25 and S4.50. Youths' suits $5 to $S. Men's suits, finest of meris under an irrigating ranal, is hut a Duncan, both of whom live near Junc- of Hell, is visiting Dr. Giitlill". is visiting her sister Miss Jennie Duncan. small matter. Men who are experts in tion City, obtained marriage license on chant tailor work, in the very latest fashions and styles, $12 to $26 Mr. J. O. Maliau will leave in a few Mrs. Geoago Beltis, of Paint Lick, is the irrigating can ho employed at jl.00 to Monday evening. days for Louisville to lay in his spring guest of Miss Ann Hettis. Mr Georgo per suit. good hand will irrifl.W) a day, and a George Waters and family have stock. Denny and family will move next week ' gate i to 10 acres a day, regularly. For- moved to the old Tompkins property Hiram Tye, of near Saxton, was adty acre.-- properly handled, under irri- near the race track, leaving Col. Duke's judged a lunatic .Monday and sent to tho to Mrs. Dan Anderson's property on Danville Ave. Misses Sallio Tillett, and gation, will produce more crops, on an house g tin vacant. asylum. Ho has been there twice be In the very latest styles and shades. Our large stock of Bucll, KM) Laura Smith will leave Monday for Louis-average, one year with another, than Dr. L. S. McMurtry, of Louisville, fore. vine ami uinctnnaii, n percnaso spring Douglass Shoes are now in. Come and see them and get a pair. of tho rain belt acres In any portion The fishing season has opened and goods. Misses LtVzie was in town Wednesday on a profesnion-a- l HeHzley, nnd Maud country. Not only thin, hut prices of Next Monday, March 13, 1893, we Julian Flaig is back from Al when tho weather is suitable the river Pottus have returned to Crab Orchard. Gloves of all kinds and prices. visit farm productHaro niuchbottor.all through leghany City, Pa., on a visit. T. P. Klnif banks aru lined with tlio-- e who enjoy the cans for 9c per can. Lard bewill sell finest quality Tomatoes Mr. Graham Price, of Danville, was here tho arid region, than in tho Kustern is now located at Athens, Ohio. sport. Garden seed, &c. Come one and all. Yours, &c. Tuesday. Will Mrs. Arnold and low competition. states, H. L. Hanks, with Johnson Bros., The auction of G, D. Malum, asdaughter Rella rtro visiting relatives correspondent's In refutation of your signee of W. J. Davis, begun by Capt. Louisville, gave our merchants acallFri statement, to tho effect that a man can Kuglish waj completed by S;uiro Dodd day. Attorney G. O. Moore was in Lou- in Stanford. Mr. Teter, of Crab Orchard, is visiting relatives hero. y auly cultivate a few seres of land under Tuesday evening Tho stock consisted isville lust week. The following is a list of the business irrigation, it is only neccjwary to state of clothing and gents' furnishing goods I). U. KING. GEORGE B. PREWITT. Attorney James N. Sharp was in disposed of in the circuit court: James that thorn are many farina in SouthMr. Sol Marchison, the accomplished Huntsville, Teiiti., last week. Dr. P. A. Pollard, assault and battery, lined $'0. ern California ranging in extent from Louisville musician, who spent several Pennington visited his brother at AshFrank Turner, for furnishing liquor to thousand acres, rive hundred to several years iu Kurope perfecting liiinsolf in land last Friday. minor, $30 fine. Ben Wait, selling whiseach. Tliere are single fields of alfalla, his profession, will give a concert here Miss Hello Durham is having a new MORELAND, KY., in California, of 1,000 to .',000 acred, each. April (i.h. A largo audience may bo ex- store house erected on tho east side of ky, $30 fine in each of threo cases. Jim We have opened up a nice line of Fry for carrying a pistol was fined $50 There aro grain f.nim of L',000 to 5,000 pected. the Ladies' Bazaar. It will bo occupied and sent to jail for 10 days. Robert Es- acres, each, b!1 of which are irrigated Mrs. Amelia Haas, who has with by Gentry A Co. tes, selling whisky, four cases, $20 in are orchards regularly, every tear, There Judge Gardnor, tho examiner for her children been living in Cincinnati and Tlnevarda ratntiiii! in slice from H00 since shortly after tho death of her hus the Suite, wks here tills week and exam- - each. Benton Ashley and Jim Cunningham, asaault and battery, $10 each. to 1,'JOO acres, each. We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get band, Joseph Haas, is iu town and says iued tiie county records. He only fouud Win. Best, malicious wounding, 50. In tho Pecos Valley, tho most Impor- she expects shortly to again make her some slight errors Welcom Clark, furnishing liquor to min- the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, tant irrigation district of New Mexico, home in Danville. The meeting still continues at the or, $50. Alice Kennedy, selling whisky, which enables us to make very low prices. Bases of steel nails $2 per there are already several large faring, While at work last week Mr. Thorn. Congregational church, and those who $25. Sam Kelley, carrying a pistol, $15 keg, do. wire nails $2. 30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in and other capitalist aro Investing large- Douglass, a house carpenter, cut his fail to hear Mr. Quife preach are missing and 10 days in jail. Quinn Palmer, $2,V proportion. ly in lands hero and will open up larne hand slightly with a halchot. Tho sec- quite a spiritual and literary treat, Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you in each of two cases for selling whisky. farms within tho next year. Mr. C. V. ond night afterwards his hand and arm Tho regular quarterly conference Win. Rout, two cases same charge, $25 money Greene hns over 0,000 acres in cultiva begin to swell and now he is in a bad met at the M. K. church Friday evening each. Oscar Tillet, " Horse Car", was fin- $gi5 Cotton mnles, 2 pr. broke mules and nice saddle horse for sale. tlon; Mr. It. W. TaiisM haa CIO acreH in way from blood poisoning. and continued over till;. Sunday. Hcv. ed $25 in each ot eight cises for selling Mih. Rogers haa alfalfa and small grain; Missea Florenco Hill and Knto Bow- Hamcy, tho presiding; elder, was pres liquor unlawfully. & Win. Best, assault 300 acres in alfalla; Mr. Gregory haa :EM man will probably open a millinery store ent. and battery, $230 and same for breach of iu alfalfa and small grain; Mr. K. Mc- in tho room lately occupied by W. J. Kditor Gurney, of the Herald, has acres to tho Davis. Mrs. W. H. Hams, who has been awaysver.il weeks and his estima- peace, ono cent and costs. The grand Queen Gray ia planting jury has returned 10 indictments. Mr. aame line of crops; Mr. F, IJ. Pepper I'"" been in this business for many years, ble wife is editor during Ids absence. Alex Denny is foreman. At this writrannlgre; Mr. M. 3'JO acres planted in has sold out to the Misses Noel, former- Tho paper comes out ou time and is as ing tho caso of Armp Rowland, charged 100 acres in alfalfa. Satterwhite haa full of news as if tht chief w.is at home ly of Lincaster. with murder, is on trial. J. Hunt McTlieao men all live near Kddy ami may Nathan Stone, colored, who came himself. Murtry was sworn in to practice at this ho addressed through the postollico at hero about ten yeats Tho Hoard of Supervisors adjourned from Colum- .Are invited to. bar. this point. Tho Chisum farm, at bia, Ky., is Iving in tho last stages of (Saturday and presented the slierifT with The first day of our circuit court wan consists of 1,'JOO acres, all under Hright's disease in a room in tho "old a list of tho names of the parties they alfalfa, w hilo factory house." Judge McForran, of tho have raised. They will meet again next occupied in swearing in tho grand and cultivaliou, and largely in Col. John W. Toe, of the iwiiie place, haa county court, supplies him with coal, Moudtiyjto hear proof on the valuo of standing juries and tho trial of sovoral Commonwealth's cases for carrying conMany other largo food and medical attention. 300 acres In alfalfa. property they have raised. Our store and sec the great cealed weapons, selling liquor in violafarms might he mentioned, hut these Miss Mystice French, of Richmond, Dick Huntley, who has been in the of the local option law, selling liqinHtancea aresulHcient to establish tho penitentiary twice, wants to go again is visiting her sister, Mrs. K. M. Hugue-ly- . tion uor to minors, assiults, kc. The charge farming may he, mid evidently. He tore down a portion of fact that extensive Hon. K. 1). Perkins returned from is carried on, under Imitation, aa well as Squire Russell's fence Monday evening Washington Sunday morning. Green dohvered to tho grand jury by Judge iu the rain belt country. A man who and swore he could kill any nk'ger who Denham must ha?o been lost in the Saufley was listened to with intense inMade in the display of our immense stock of invests his money in putting in farming, told ou him and burn his houso "to crowd as he lias not been heard of yet. terest by the large audience in attendunder an irrigating canal, knows that ho boot " "Ves I will," said Richard, "and Commonwealth's Attorney Lester spent ance, and received the approval of all who Heard it. His firmness and imparwill teap a harvest, while in n country don't you forget it." last Saturday and Sunday at home. tiality in the discharge of his duty, his -upon rain fall ho is never cerdependent J. M. Hackney's residenco on Third rigid enforcement of order, his ptompt SIXTEEN AND SIXTY. of tills. Ho Mimplylhopeaand prays Street caught tiro Thursday morning tain Matting, &c, in the new room in the and lucid decisions, and withal his kindthat there will bo rain enough to pro from sparks from a chimney burning Oh, grndma utt in her ojV.cn chair. ly baaring on the bench, havo won for duce a crop, and not enough to destroy out. J oo Hackney and Lawrence RogAnd in (Ilea Keltic with tangled hilr, him the praise of tho people universally. otog to br married, oh,grandmarr.x I tho arid "I'm it, In caao it does grow. In ers got a ladder and extinguised the tire The business moves on smoothly and is I'm E!nc ta tie married. Ha, hat ha, ha!' wo have neither droutliBjnor floods. soon after it was discovered. If tivo transacted so rapidly and pleasantly that Oil, grandma tinootht out her apron ming: The former Carpet Department lias been shelved for our large Sho case any of your fanners jdesiro fur- minutes more had passed it would have In "Do you know, mjr dear, 'ti a solemn thing!" litigants and the members of tho bar, ther Information, regardlnglthislcountry, been impossible to have naved the buildwhich is second to none anywhere. For Gents', Ladies' and " "Tixolcmner not to, grandmama. alike, are outspoken in their praise of stock, I shall be glad to answer any questions. ing. I'mgoingito be married. Ha, hat ha, ha!" Children's Judge Saufley. Mr. John S. Owsley is If any of thorn aro skeptical aa to the Two oil painted portraits, one of Lo Then grandma looks through her sixty yeais, making an excellent Commonwealth's let thorn write to Clerc, the Frenchman, who first inaugustatements tnado above And rums up a woman's hopes and fears: Attorney. He is attentive to his dutieB, tho parties whoso names anJ addresses rated the education of deaf mutes in Sii ol 'em living and two of 'em dead ; courteous to the members of the bar and Granpa help!ond tied to his bed. G. O. Shields. Ihavngiven. America, the other of John A. Jacobs, Come and sec us. litigants and conducts his cases in a manKddy, New Mexico. Nowhere to live when the houte burned down; Sr., one of the first principals of the D. ner highly creditable to himself as the Brown ; Years of fighting with old Mothet & 1). Institute, have been retouched by representative of the Commonwealth. Stockings lo darn and tread to bake, HU1ILE. K. II. Fox, who has in addition regilded Dishes to wash and dresses to make. LIBERTY. J. F. Itigney has been on the puny tho frames. These portraits are the propHut then the music of pattering Icet, erty of the institute and will be sent by MEN'S AND BOY'S tiranpa's kisics so fond and sweet, list for a few days. Jailer John T. Brown arrested Frauk Song and prattle the livelong day, Kogleman ia down on a busi- Prof. Argo to the World's Fair at ChiJim Coal on the 14th for illegally selling Joy and Mssca and love alway. cago. ness trip from Madison. Gave bond and trial set for TuesThe funeral of Mr. Frank Fox, who Oh, grandma smooths out)her apron string, James Wilinot sold some corn delivday. And gates down at her wedding ring, committed suicide Monday, took place ered in Danville last week for f 2.00. There being no county court in Ap'l And still she smiles as she drops a tear: Blackerby aold a from the residenco of his brother, Mr. Mrs. Catheriue 'Tlssolemner nat to. "Yes, my dear." for Casey county, horse-shoday is aplarge red milk cow to Sam Spoonamoro Mouto Fox, Wednesday at 10 o'clock. Printed in auoctionnte 'remembrance of a loving pointed to take place at this place on The religious services were conducted by wife, (romherown selections. for f 40. the first Monday of circuit court. Sam Kngleman will move soon to Rev. J. S. Kendrick, of tho Christian That splendid mechanic, Mr. Robert The EastlEnd Warn for Chappell. Jim Kngleman'a (arm, near ins, tin no church. Those who prepared tho unforC. Dye, Is now hard at work repairing Interior Jou'nal.J Kditor tunate young man's body for burial discan sell or rebuild. Wo are aware that all who are appli- the'old Napier Hotel. It is being rewill take charge of covered that he had iutlicted two severe Frank Blanks cants for revenue positions cannot be paired and refitted out and out and it is the toll gato on thoJRush Branch pike as wounil8 across his abdomen before he successful, hut If thoKEaat End of Lin- intended to have it ready for the public rut his throat and then rearranged his soon as vacated by Smith. JUST IN coln county is entitled to an appoint- at circuit court. Mr. John V. Whipp's J. W. Brightjhaa moved into his new clothing so that nothing was known of ment it would gratify many democrats Charles Trescott, is expected houso. Win. Watson has taken the tho wounds until after death. Chappell to run it. A wild and wooly rumor was atloat of this vicinityUo see John A. contract to rebuild the brick work of John Justice, who was in jail at our the man. He is the only democrat of the the burnt block (Lancaster, furnishing Wednesday of how an amorous youug Chappell family and has always been a last report, has given bond and is now nun temporarily sojourning in Danville all tho brick needed for $1,000. hard, earnest worker Jfor ,the party. A free. The wedding, we are informed, Miss Lillio Underwood Bold a hen at last obtained tho consent of a lady to man, he is fully competent to has been postponed by mutual consent here this week which her mother and meet him by moonlight alone Tuesday position for which he is an appli- until after his trial. The arresting of nil the father say la 12 years old. She was a night, and of how after embracing hor(?) Justice at the time and place it took Mr.UChappell is looking hen and haa been saying a good many honied things, he cant. We believe alee, healthy to some remuneration for his long place must have freightened those ina regular egg producer for 11 years. I at last raised hor veil and found that she Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just services to tho party, hoabeing a man of clined to marry, for there has been no only regret that I can not get up more of wore a moustache. In short, it was a at old stand with always been one application for license since. boy who had got on to tho racket, who limitedmeans and has the history of the faithful old mother. We are requested to state that a Hoping boys in the trenches. wrote tho note making the appointment of tho of no one, meeting of the Sunday school teachers of and who was there to keep it instead of this will meet the disapproval editor of Tho Cordeleap, of The Casey county will take place at the Dbmocbat. I am, Respectfully, ) gives bis subscribers timely warn- of the girl expected. Christian church hfre on the first Sungo weep me, angelic So let the stricken deer ing in the following: By the breaking in two of an oil day in April. All Sunday school teach- And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery The hart ungall-e- d play, drug store' I shall be pleasand everything to be found in a first-clas- s hosts, ye messengers of love, shall suffer- For some must laugh, while some must train nesr TJtica, N. Y., a collision oc- ers are invited to attend. Also that the have no redress above ? ing editors below The engineer, fireman and a Union Sunday school convention for the ed to see all my old custmers and as many new ones as will favor me, sleep, curred. So runs the world away. The angel band replied: 'To us is knowlbrakeman were killed and their bodies county will convene here on Friday, the Assuring them 10th, of June, and will continue until The following is the new time card burned. edge given delinquents on the printer's 17th. All which, went into effect on tho Cincinati hooka, can never enter heaven I' " Hendrick baa se- theto attend. Sunday schools are invitAttorney General ed Southern road last Sunday. The only cured the services of the Hon. John P. This world cut many capers, changes, it will observed, are that the Carroll to assist him in the prosecution Luke Schoolcraft,, the great comeBut as sure as you are born, north bound accommodation will now of the State's suit against tho Mason and dian and prominent member of the orpaper's A town without a der of Elks, is dead. New Block OppositcCourt House, Stanford, Ky. be due at 1:41 instead of 1:25; the south Ford Company. Like a band without a horn A NEW JOBBING HOUSE. 1 irri-ga- le LET US CONVINCE YOU. BOUTII-IIOUN- 1 y court-hous- Cas-simere- s, , DRY GOODS, HATS AND GAFs, 3-l- b 1 STEPHENS & KNOX. KING & PREWITT, Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Dry Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, i SING PREWITT. H'-- H) nt-- o YOU Kos-wel- l, IMPROVEMENT V iJA. JCaj JT JlLi L k3 re-glo- n BASEMENT. Fine Footwear, S13VEiMAN(DIE: & BON. liq-uo- r. CL0THINGI Bon-in-hi- self-umd- e New Stock, New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. NEW DRUG STORE. en-titl- Cor-del- e, NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS Prompt? Attention and Lowest Prices. . T.1 " v tTt - fT .tt 5f (f-y- V r boanlint; house keeper ( J'8su Durer, of Kalill county, re attempted to collect rt hill after the med L,!.llu.. near Irvine, drovo his wife from icil student had surreptitiously taken his nnme ana took unotlie woman to me trunk Stanforb, Ky., - MARCH 17, 1893 ing from her establishment, by lock- with him. The rejected wife returned him up in the parlor and holding nnd rut him severely while ho wns try him as a hoitigc, as it were. The youth ing to prevent her from entering the begged ana pleaded, but tno woman houso. winted her money and was obdurate. The Alabama senators nnd repressn Fiually a bright but filthy thought tatives have decided to jointly consider follower of Esctila-pin- all implications for office from their struck tlio would-b: Ho began to expectorate on the State, in order to securo harmony in nice new carpet. The woman railed making recommendations to tho Presi and raved. Tho expectoration grew dent nnd fairly apportion the State in Buck, better known as "who the h 11 worse and worse and finally in sheer the selection of tho persons favored. at Nash-villIn the criminal court-roois Buck," is striving for appointment to desperation the madam oponed tho door Tom Jones shot and fatally woundCleve- and lot her boarder escape. She kent another mission under President land. He got the Peruvian job last time his hat, however, hut the court made ed Joo Winters, indicted as an occessory tlieroby indicating that to the assassination of Jones' father. because he waa not known. Ho is too her return it, boarding house keepers have no rights Fivo shots were fired and ono of the bul 11 known now to stand any chance, lets struck n bystander named Bondu-ran- t even if ho were not barred by Mr. Cleve- that medical studnnta must respect. who will likely die from tho effects. land's decision as to old All of us temperance people will apA epecial from Washington states gather Mr. Buck is one plaud the declaration of President CleveFrom nil we can that Gen. Bucknor will not be appointof the shortest horses that ever repre land that he will not be appoint a drinking ed Minister to Austria, the administra sented this great governmont in a for- man to office. We hopo ho will live tion having determined to leave Miniseign land. Hois penurious and close fiBted squarely up to it. Drinking men are not ter Fred Grant undisturbed. It is pre thing for the dem- fit and if he ever did any or fit for anything else dicted, however, that Gen. Buckner will ocratic party till it lifted him from ob- that we know of. be given another important mission nnd scurity, the fact does not appear of recthat the nomination will bo Bent to tho ord. Buggy Buck ought to bo satisfied NEWSY NOTES. quote. We week i Calico Senate at an early dato. with the. honors he has and go and sin e By an explosion of gaa in a Pennsyl7 I'-S-c. The treasury situation continues to no more by offering to imposo himself vania colliery fivo miners were burned improve Moro offers for gold have on the country. to death. been received and receipts from customs Dr. E. E. Wiley, for 40 years presi- are increasing. Tho receipts from duWe have all heard of the fellow who to used to eat dried apples for bieakfast, dent of Emory and Henry College, Bris- ties at New York for the first 10 days of drink water for dinner and swell up for tol, Tenu., is dead. March were over $300,000 greater than Senator Breckenridgo has been plac- for tho same period last year. It is estisupper. It was a fairy story no doubt, bntthe following from Ritchie countv, ed on the judiciary committee in Sena mated that the customs receipt for the W. Va., is vouched for: Sam Hays was tor Lindsay's place. month will aggregate 18,000,000. The attorney general decides that sent to a neighbor's for sonio dried ap In the reorganization of the Senate boy ples and whilo bringing them home ho building associations must list their Committees, Blackburn is made Chairall-wo- ol man of Rules nnd a member of Appro ate freely of tho package. The exercise mortgages for taxation. Miss Fannie Taylor has been appointand the fruit made him thirsty and he priations, Naval A ffvra, territories and water. He was soon ed manager of the Western Union Tele-grj- Woman Suffrage; Lindsay U Chairman drank considerable office at Frankfort. of Indian Depredations, and a member in great agonv and in n few hours his Judiciary, Tho White Star steamer IXaronic, of Interstate Commerce, stomach burst with a loud report and Sammy went to join the hosts, whera 3'2 days out from Liverpool for New QuadroCentennial and Revision of the Chairmanships were provided Laws. there is neithor dried fruit, nors water York, has been given up as lost. I. T., nine men were for Senators Potior nnd Kyle, tho PopuAt Aldereon, for that matter killed and eight were probably fatally list members, and Senator Stewart was It seems that a little consistency along "All aboard for Paris, France. Di- injured by an explosion in a mine. allowed to retain the chairmanship of the line would be commendable. rect connections by rail." Strange as One hundred and ninety-onyoung the Committee on Mines and Mining. this announcement would now appear, doctors graduated from the medical deThomas Bryant, of Cumberland counDavid Howard, three score years, it may express a reality in the not very partment of the University of Louisvillo ty, lost a good deal of money by n bank ten anil four, was married Friday to far distant future. Kngineer Hutchin- - this week. failure a number of years ago nnd since Elizabeth Langfnrd, two score anil two. Bon has already made the surveys, which The fioods in Michigan are causing n has kept his earnings about his house. Both live iu the Ivist End and both have show that a road via Alaska nnd across a great deal of damage, and factories in On Sunday night last three masked men had other matrimonial experiences. bridge over Behring Strait, to connect Grand Rapids and other cities have been entered his room and demanded his His entiie interest in the with n Prussian railroad, is feasible. When forced to shut down. j cash. He refused to tell where it was Put To FltBht. it is built we are going to offer a trip Walter B. Rogers will wield the nnd the scoundrels burned bis feet to a All the e ular troubles thit beirt a i l)r them juarnlrd remedy around the world to the person sending leader's baton in the Seventh Regiment crisp, fired pistols close to his head and The only tuvanxv rrorcription. It women Miller. Kir fierce of subscribers to the In Band. He is only 27, but has made much choked him. lie still refused to divulge, Iii from any cltmmc "female complaint" or weaW the la'geat list and otrness; for w omen who ate worked, for women terior Journal. Now is the time to be- reputation :i3 a cornet soloist. when rocks heated to white hMt were and for mothers who expecting to become mother, aro mining and rthaurted, gin. Richard Heath, a son of the late applied to his quivering Hsh. This was at the change from Kitlhood to womanhood, and ll Is t tn.l.. ifil 'fh n I... t Gen. Heath, was arrested in San Fran- too much for Bryant and he tcld where cine that .I... rnf and certainly itt tlT' up' strength, ktnlds safely Eli Perkins, although a humorist of cisco for the murder of Louis B. rtcuUtesind cure tho money was. The robbers then Aud- II it doesn't. If it even tail to benefit or euro, considerable notp, seems nlwayB to be in Fresno last August. nnd stealing a pair of Bry you hate jour money back. .,,, S1.S0O year or so ngo a restauout of humor. A Tiie Kansas Trust rt Bunking Co , of ant's horses, escaped. Ho is badly in What ou are sure of, II yrm hi Dr. Sace rant keener at Winchester save him a Catarrh l!medy is either a psrfectuiid immanent Atchison, of which Senator Ingalln is jured and will die. llogginc for his boorish ne.si and on his cure for jour Catarrh, no matter hov bad your president, has closed doors. Liabilities HUST0NVILE. of case may be,or fjoo In cash The proprietor way to St. Louis this week ho charged a the medicine promiMs n pay you the none), if $1,000,000; assets about SOO,000. they can't cute von. sleeping-ca- r porter with incivility and Mr. Ed Walton, and family visited Secretary Carlisle says he will do was beaten within an inch of his life. Kli friends here tho first of the week. Jim everything in his power to uphold tho nhoumntlBin Quickly Cured had better try to infuse somo of his Roid will not return to Gray's, but hna three days s a tt) short lime in which to cure credit oi tne uovernmunt ami to mainbrightness ioto his every day life or lie laMO whole-Bal- e a bad cuteol rhcumatitm; but it can he dune, it accepted a position width a tain the parity of gold and silver. hy the propi'i treatment it adoptiil, n will he may not be able to get thero with the house in Knoxvillo. Henry Car- tho folio win;; from Jarnea I.amrwrt, of Sew Tim Atkinson House Furnishing III.' "1 va badly alflctrd with rarumMltm celerity of his namesake. Mr. Llnynes, the in the hipa and Iik. who" I lament a bottle or Company, with so vend establishment in penter is at work with Chamberlain' I'aiu 'Irlcn It cured uie in thru station master at Morelaud. New Englnnd, nnd would latitt on dayr. I am all nj;ht It is reported from Washington that over Sl.fiOO.OOO haB assigned. 1iabiIitien Mrs. Jennie Baker, of Manse in Gai- - every nne nrholt arfl'Cted with that terrible ill wuie and assets 23,000,000. Jrdga Durham, who the president told Mrs. Jno. to ute Chanherlain'a I'ain IUIoi and i:et wrtl t And ask visit to a continuance of the patroiMrje cxtomlc-- the firm Representative Kilgore, of Texan, rard, Co., made a brief once." 59contbMtleifuraIeby W II Mckobertf, wants to be first comptroller again, that Reid this week. Miss Pearl Baker, who "rugijn;. Stanford, Ky & anArstale and will make it to the interest of others to of H,ycins while his determination to appoint no when asked if he was going tojask for a had been indisposed for a week or two, tr.ndr-me. i lie books and accounts have been transferred holders was nearly inflexible,. Federal appointment, said "Not much; returned home with her mother, but Mother's Rocornmondntlon. to me and I will W'r many he would be more apt to deviate from it I am coming back to Congress to raise will come back to Fchool if she recovers tcrvilleare acquaintednotwith withoutmother in Cen continue the latter with all who desire who would Chamlitrlain't t Hoots nnd Shoes will be sold regard! c ,s of in his cn80 than any he knows of. Judge Cain." Couh Kemedy in the houe lor a food many cost to close Appraisers of the Rockafellow bank, before the teasion ban too far advancer, linici lit cost, ..ud aro rciuniuicndliij; it ccry WUl SIUI.K is said not to be very Holicit-ouDurham From The fceeret rcfered to last week turn- day brokenperoral vap'nsncn we can ur that of Wilkesbarre, Penn., which failed reun hail coldt for our children. it hat however, being nearly fixed in Lexed out to be the elopement which was to Centenillc South Dakota Citircn ocnt l,niit ' ""T" ington and holding a life time position cently, report the assets, less the mortfor cale by W II M Dnnrsltt, hunf ird, Vj gaged bank building, at il2,4C9 and lia- have taken place with Mr. Ed Owens nnd ivy of honor and emolument. Miss Rebecca Cook as principals. Miss bilities at $432,000. UiicicUn's Arnica Salvo. Cook's mater familias found out their infight Win. McAdoo, of New Jersey, to bo Col. Wxlcii has company in his The boil lUve In the worl tor cuti. brunt i for Surveyor of the Port at Louisville. assistant secretary of the navy, and E. tentions and like a good kind parontsent torei, uicert, salt rhrjm, fixer tores, tetter, chapped handf, chilblain, corns and all tkir. erup The following have filed fheir applica- B. Whitudy, of New York, to be assist- for them while waiting at tho station, tlont ..nd poiudy curet pilei, or no pay requirceremony that bound them ed. It is guaranteed to civv perfect ttisfaetiot tions at Washington: R. H. Snyder, B. ant attorney general, have been appoint- and had tho money boa man and wife performed at home. Mr. or tale by refunded, l'rico 5 cents per A. K. I'ennv, Stantord. Kv. F. Alford, W. C. Spaulding, H. 0. Dick- ed by the president. w0r Have just received a new barrel each of Open Kettle, N. O annie Miss Nellie Helmick, of Urbaua, O.. Owens is the only child of MrB. Mflw inson, J. L. Barrett, Wylie Rogers, 11. scs borghum and Caramel Syrup; also pure Guaranteed Cure. P. Hare, and W. W. Turner. It is un- a lady of matchless beauty and the pos- Owens, and if he is like her and his late ,,ca.t and Graham Flour in bulk, r in?J Hi ckwh We autliorire our o derstood that Judge W. M. Finley is also sessor of a form of rare perfection, will father Mr. Soc. Owens, no cleverer man Or. Kind's New advrrlitcd druggm to sell you lib, OIIOU1- ' Uitcovery foi Coiituniptuin, mr1 Mrtt-1 M? 1, ''-"- i ait..irwj!i ji.iiuii, nruiiiiirj jjcei, you Coughs and Coldt, an applicant, but his papors have not pose as a model for the statue "Ameri- - has life. He is just 'JO years old. Miss are afflicted with a upon this conditionany IfI.uni;, and Cough, Cold or Chipped Heef, Mackerel and Pigs' Cook graduated at Christian College a Throat or Cbmt Trouble andwill utc this remedy in barrel 1 been entered for examination by tho ap- ca," for the World's Fair. trial and Rivms year or two ago, and is very popular according to direction",you mat- it a fairthe bottle ed and Cucumber 1'icklcs m barrel, Queen Gage Hums, Reel C herriw Bob Fitzsimmons will receive pointing power. return expennce no benefit, in cash and the balance in notes, with those who are favored with her ac- aid have jour money letuiuled. Wo could net Hlackbemcs, Sweet Potatoes, French Peas, Van Houtcn's T Cocoa'. make this offer if we did not know that )r kings Tun first woman to appear on the secured by mortgage on the Crescent quaintance. New Discovery could he relied upon. It never s crea- club's treets of Covington in disappoints. Trial bottle fren at A. K l'enny'n property. The fight fell ?20,000 drugstore Lattfe ijoc and Si. MIDDLEBURG. ted as much of a sensation as a bind short of covering expenses wagon. Everybody looked at her and A Loaclor. The Whisky Trust passed its diviOf Teas and Coffees. We will have a lull stock of Seed Thero has been but little farm work Since Its first introduction, Klcclric Hitters hat Potatoes and by tho time she had gone u few squares, dend, the directors claiming that they cainod rapidly in popular favor until now it m Garden Seeds, the best varieties. done hs yet. Have already bought and will-b- e clearly in tho lead among pur mediral toidcs and the street gamino were following her in needed all their ready money to meet Mr. Hombolt Wood is teaching a alteratives conliunini; nothing which prrmilt lis able to give you some low prices. ' such crowds as to obstruct tho side- competition and to carry their whisky uo asa beverage or ininxuaut; it is rccoxni'ed as writing school at Yogemite. the best and purest medicine for ail ailments of walks. She soon got out of sight and on hand till it is disposed of. ' Thieves attempted to enter McC. the Stomach, Liver and Kidneys. It will cure she'll be out of her mind before she atSick lloadnche, lndiCIIoii, Constipation and Col. John F. Hager and Prof. r Wheat's store one night last week, but a drive Maliria from the system. iatifactlon Eiiai. tempts a second trip of the kind. Smith are tho gentlemen who have shot from his pistol frightened theUI n"'ef",l wl"' "crl fwtllp or the moimv will lie refunded, l'rice only 50 cents per bottle. Sold by A K. IViinjr, Druggist. Hon. R. H. Tomlinson, who has had been named by Gov. Brown as the two away. HUY THE CKLKIJRATED Miwi Florence Barger, of Husnell legislative experience and acquitted extra World's Fair Commissioners, proCholorlno In Pennsylvania. vided for in the bill recoutly Jpaesed. county, is visiting Misses Lizzie nnd Lehimself with honor, has conditionally Swlcklry, IVnn.; Wp had :in epldcmU of After a day spent in soeechifvinL' na I'ogle, and Jell", is just as happy ns cholerine, as our physicians culled it, in tins accepted a call to become a candidate place lately nnd made a great nil with Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kernel) for Senator in this district, this being over it, during which a number of mem-bjr- s happy can be. Hobert Hail is down showed their little knowledge of the with typhoid fever at Mr. John Wilch- - sold four dozen bottle, ol it in one week ami Garrard county's time toHcnd a man. The have since wild nearly a crors. This Kemedy did Biibject, the Dill to prohibit farmers from er s. tho work and was a bhr advertitcmenl for mo. Frankfort correspondent of tho Danvil'e Several persons who had been troubled with A dog supposed to have had hydro suggests Hon. Lewis Y. Leav- - putting Pans green ou tobacco to kill diarrhoea for two or three weeks wero cured liv a Advocate Kniipp, I'll (., few dtesot this medicine phobia hns caused nlmost total destruc- as and jo cent bottles lor aleI' by W. 11, Mc Robell for position. Either would get the worms, was killed. As if to emphasize the fact that there tion of the canine family at Yosemito. erts, Dcugjitt, Stinlord, Ky. bolid support of this county. was no foundation for the talk about Some half dozen have gone tho way of deniges of it. Ho Bays em- discrimination against editors, an editor all the world antl "still there's more to Grovek phatically that he gave no cause, what- is tho first man named by tho President follow." Olive Points, three for $i. of this vicinity eajs Wlivn Baby n tlc!r, wp save her CastnrK A ever, for the report that editors would be for Postmaster. Ho is Robert B. Brown, of Meadville, P.i. lu) wufc a Child, sho cried for Ccttorlft. barred from official appointment. On there ia aiemarkabl" fact connected with When Charlie Wells, the English plunger, the work of the board of supervisors of When Blin hocamo 311m, Mie clung to Ciutorli. ' the contrary, ho loves tho gentleman of the quill and will do all he can for them. who last Beason was daily indulging in this county. He says that while they When rdio hr.U Children, sho gr vu them Castorla, The story that he would do otherwise the fascinating pastime of busting the are holding up their hands in holy horhad a vory fishy otlor. ino editors can Casino bank at Monte Carlo, has been ror at the verv low rate at which their do without Mr. Cleveland about as well sentenced to eight years' penal servitude neighbors value their property to the for swindling a woman. Just the Thing. as he can do without them. assessor, they invariuhly overlook thoir Mrs. Otto Saunders, of BBelloville, own, which in nine cases out of ten is This is an expression the traveling public use when trey find something that is exact-The P. M. G. tells Congressmen that Texas, threw her five small children in- valued at about half it3 real worth, and what they want. This expression applies di simple endorsement of an applicant to a well and then jumped in herself. less than half what they nsk for it when their rectly to the Wisconsin Central Lines, which is When found the children wore all dead will not bo sufficient to securo an ap- and the mother was Knulo', now in a dying condi- a purchaser comes along. We had nev cago admitted by all to be "Thu Ashland. from ChiDnluth-nnto St. I'auf, Minneapolis, pointment. The patrons mu9t bo heard tion. No cause is assigned. or thought of this matter before an J nil points In the Northwest. Their double Secretary Morton lias laid down the since thinking of it, we have uo recollec- dally train service and fine equipment oilers In from regarding tha fitness of the apI keceivinff His which pointment and their wish in the matter. rule that employes in thb Agricultural tion of ever having beard of a member ducement the onlycan not be surpassed.through PullThis Is llnu runulnz both man First Class and Tourist Sleepers from ChicaBisaell saems to have a head on Department will be required to earn "Baby" their salaries. Ho has found several of a board of supervisors having the val- go to Pacific Coast Points without change. For full information addrers your nearest tickhim as well as another very prominent places that he regards as sinecures, and uation nf his property raised from the et agent or James C Pond, General l'atscnger and will request tho incumbents to resign. portion of hia anatamy. Goods Warranted and a Perfect rate he placed upon it to tho assessor. Tirket Agent, Chicago, 111. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknul A Iout!iVii.t.K W. F. WALTON. coBfiinar-'. e SIS PAGES. e s. Immense Line of Clothing, SHOES and HATS. Our buyer left for New York and will send i, office-holder- An : ELEGANT ASSORTMENT Pries as usual will office-holde- rs LOWER THAN ANY ONE oe a yard. Else can will offer for this 50 pieces ilne unci pieces Jin fancy Dress Ginghams atf 25 at Have just received and placed on sale 50 Men's fine Spring Suits. pay you look at them It will Mothers, Now is Your Chance to Pick Your a new Suit. Ml new shades and a special strictly light color at $5. Don't forget us. Suit ph THE LOUISVILLE STORE. ! e I Have Purchased of W. H. Hiffgins, won-a- run-dow- n GROCERY ' cr so-cur- HARDWARE SHOES, u-Jt- b H-- Urun-wic- CLOT HIE E OOIS, , s. IK. ViETJLIRSID.A.rilE I M'KINNEY BRO'S J ft""0 1).. trri .' self-risintl.-s'i.r- i 1 &S $19,-00- 0 - hoop-skirt- WE KEEP THE BEST BRANDS McKINNEY BROS. -- Wil-bu- I I I Uliani-Lerlsl- n's I VULCAN Chilled Plow. I Every One Warranted. W. H. WEAREN & CO. HU6.RUPLEY,-- tix-pay- Ken-era- llj y -- d jgtftltH mmmA Fit Guaranteed. Give me FA3LH WIOTMtffi (GrOdDBS call. &T.A 3 Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal Makcii 17, 1R93 Stawford, Ky., W. F. WALTON. John II. Castleman A O Lauhare ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAK MANAGERS, Hotr to ".wear a Vt linen. your contemporaries tho other day spoke of a certain judge, not ono JAPANESE AND MOORISH FRETWORK hundred miles away from this city, who refused to swear a witness until bo CHEAPLY IMITATED. ejcctcel "achawof terbaclty." llcmm.t bo a blood relation of that other judge Transoms, Door nml Ilulla Can 11 Knslly In tho new stato of Washington, beof our Into civil Ilrniitlfleil nml Iitiirovel by thn Deft Use fore whom war appeared a a witness. of Nnrroir H trips of Tin .Stained to Imi"Hold up your right arm," said the tate the Natural Wood. judge. "Can't do It." Tho Jnnaneso and Moorish fretwork "Why not?" that loo no well for mnny things is too "Oot shot in that arm." univcriuilly ioj)uliir to reqtiiro cither "Then hold up your left " cotutnont or commi'iitlntion. But n huIh "Can't do that nuyth'ir-g- ot shot in utituto thnt can lo twiHteel to ixjrform all itn functioiiH with eqnnlntreiuth,if with t'other one, too." "Then hold up your leg. No man can kw Wauly, and at tho tuiinn time tocait infinitely less inuy jtrovo of hitorcst to bo sworn in this court without holding up something." Oneo a Welc. womankind. HOME ADORNMENTS. Ono of Ilia Kind Heart. POSTED. anex-soldl- er to him. "Good gracious," said tlio lady to whom sho was talking, "why doesn't he turn her down once for all, and be done with it?" "Turn her down!" exclaimed tho wifo In fine scorn. "Turn her down? why, he hasn't the heart to turn his own coat collar down," and sho stamped her foot indignantly. Detroit Free Press. In Chicago. man Detroit has the kindest-hearte- d Tuit notice forewarns hunterc, fiihernuc and. so far on record. That ho Is Imposed on othert net to treipati on our lanilt without per constantly goes without saying, though minion, at all sui.h will be prosecuted to the full Signed : his wife, who has temper enough for eit extent of the law. M. LACKOWtrZ. two, Is always saying it. She wh tellT. W. H. HAYS. ing the other day about ono particular G. C LYON. female relative that mado life a burden FRED IIAUMANN. U.M-.WI.AN- NVVHorfolkiWeslernRa Schedule Dec. 18, 1891. R L. WHITE. MRS. M A. MARTIN. J. L.I1ECK. l. isL A - y 7) -- A I'untel. Oommcrco Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. First Hoy Where ye gom'? Second Hoy Down to th' store. "What for?" "I forget. Where you goin'?" "To th' store." "What for?" "I forgot." lct'fe W. . TBIBBLE, Local Ajfeat, STANI'OKt), KY M.TAKK THK.. "Well, Xou s. go together " Good '&) tofttyutt liiiiii1 "tAtijrjjHictD Rtvio- .....-.Anil THE POPULAR AND DIRECT OHKOAG'D, N)HTJBljW3l3ST, WORLD'S FAIR Visitors, remrmtr the Morion it the line, uh Vestlbuled Trains, I)ir,lrg Cart, Palace Chair at lowest rates, Ciri, Pullman Buffet Slec "I understand young Hriefless is about te marry tlio daughter of old Mr. you ISonels, tho millionaire." were golnif to have fried buoMcalc I "Yes, so I am told." would have asked Bromley to dinner. "Will he give up the law business?" Mrs. Crcwoll I'romloy to iiimitrl "Yes; ho will give up the law busithought you hated him. business and go Into the do. Puck. Mr. Crewel! ness." Texas Siftlngs. A .Mean, .Mtmn Man, Crewell If I had known 1 son-in-law llrr l.llr u failure. Mrs. Gofrcquenl I have nlwnys been envious of your clear, beautiful complexion, Mrs. .lumpup. Mrs. .lumpup O, don't speak of my complexion! It always inorilflcn me. It's tho only peculiarity I brought with mo from the country that I haven't been able to overcome. Chicago Tribune, Chicago man who had been appointed receiver went to a lawyor and asked: "Out of 120,000 passing through his hands how much ought a receiver to profit?" "Well, about 110,000," was tho raply. "Only 119,000," ho exclaimed; "who Is to get the other thousand, Pel like to know?" Texas Siftlngs. Got Tiling! Mixed. Mr. Suburb Woll, how nre you getting along with my artesian well? Contractor (despondently) Wo are down five hundred feet anil haven't struck rock yet, Mr. Suburb Hock? Good lands! You've got things mixed. I told you to boro for water, man wntcrl I don't want a stone quarry. X. Y. Weekly. A LESSENS PAIN INSURES SAFETY LIFE MOTHER an! CHILD. ft if My wife, after having usod Mother's Friend, passed through tho ordeal with llttlo pain, was stronger in one hour than In a week after tho birth of her former child. J. J. McGoldriok, Beans Sta., Tonn. Mother' Friend robbed pain of its terror and shortened labor. 1 have tbe healthiest child leveriuw. Mas. L. M. AncBK, Cochran, Ga. Sent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt price, $1 M per bottle. Jlook "To Mother" of mailed free. BRUDFIELD REGULATOR CO., For Salo-ball Druggists. ATfcAHTA.GA. LEAVE NORTON DAILY 7:00 a. m. for Graham, Iiluefield, Pocahontaa and all stations Flat Top and Focahoutas Divisions. 12:04 noon, for IlluefWrd, Radford, Roanoke, Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Also (via Roanoke) for Washington, Hageritewn, HarrU-our- g, I'hilailelphiaand New York. Pullman Sleeping Can from Lou folk via Norton and Radford; also Radford o New York, via Shenandoah junction, also R ford to Washington; also from Lynchburg to R mond. Train! lor Pocahontas. Powhatan'fand Good, will leave Iiluefield daily at 6 10 a m, 8 30 a m, 1 05 p mand Leave Iiluefield 6 to a m daily for Kenova'and Columbus, O. Arrive Columbus q 15 pm Additional trains for Welch and intermedial stations on Eikhorn leave iiluefield 1 05 p m and J11 pm dally. Trains arrive at Norton Iroui the East dally at 1 40 p m and 5 jo p m. For further information as to schedules, rates, Ac. apply to agents of Norfolk A Western Railroad or to W. B. BE V 1 LL, Gen. Tass. Agt Ran ke, Va. jupu, 1 .IF YOU ARE GOING ok NORTH THE..WEST, To Live an OIU Man. tabler'spii c buckeyenLl OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE I LouiaviLic Nashviilc R. "J. Is the line for you, as its Double Daily Trains Make cioie connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH'TJCKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE.CHECKED THROUGH For any information e.iquire of JOES. KICK. Agent, Or Stanford, Ky W. W. PENN, Trav. Pan. Agent, Junction City, Ky 1 r, for Information address IAS. BARKER, G. V O CRUSH. I. I. l'.'A A , . Chicsgo. Loimvill. IX) YOU WANT TO ADOPT A BANY 1 Marbo you think thtl U a new biislnetM, tending out liable on application ; It ho Ihi'ii done boforv, however, hul never have tin; furnished Uen o r tho original Nitniln4 lUU otic. tit pryunu will racialin, "Weill that's the sweetest baby I cwr niwP This rngnivlnir can trim llttlei you butts falut Ulotsof Uiucio,ukiiteor1ginBl, tie-ablock-atid-whlt- o T lBBSBBBBBBB, - ?' 9 HBr r7tAiaBa7sTsBBBTBBTsA -- tbbtsV iaBlBBaP" sy,'sTsTsTSBBTsWW7FBK-ii?- J . WF7 IBlVi SBBjaBBJBBJBBJBBJSBSBTSBBjSBBJUIJBM whlcli wo tiroptwo to wild In you, tninnrn Ion iwil'l Tin' llttlo darllnif irniaiimilnst a pillow, mid It in tint nrt of drawing off In pullrd plnkiMwk, thotnatoof wblcti lifts off mull tiling anldo with u tiliitnphnnt coo. follow Tlio tlt-tin W nro xrf ttl, nml tlio rou.no matter w hero you Maud. Thi'nxqiil. sttnyiifwdiictlemsuf this grruttiit iMilntluir of Ida WiiukIi ithu miMt rcii'hrultsl of inotlern palntcrxof Imtiy llfomro to tx." chrn to tliom who utvrllHj to Dctuotxvl'it t'utnlly Mmru-lfor KtU Tho rcprtxliictlotiii ennnot lx) told (mill ttlO original, wlikli cxt $UI. Htid Incut' . Tho Uiliy li nro tho nuiio Wc hno II f o lxc. nml ntxo.utrly llfrlUc Ix-o- u sh " I'M A HAIr. I ut tj m ttn il'i ocrHxTKliirlnir lx)UU alo in pre iurntion, ro prtwiii io our sui iKil, other treat jilclurtu by uchiirtlAtniIVrvy Mnnm.Mmid lltunidiii'y, mid tithcrsuf wotld-wid- o renown. Take only two oanipic or wr did iliirlnir tho pat yar, "A lanlof'Wfn. ami -- A Whlto Ilouvj Orchid" try tho wife of I'mddcnt HarrUou, oud you will eco what our imitnlaca menn. Family Thow)whoiutMorlto forllftnorr-tt'- s Majradn lor inl will tKxuMwa a f allrry or work of nrt of ureal alur, Ulilr a MaMZtno that cannot b ttiualttl by nny In world for lit bountiful llluMratlona and tb iHnt-i- tl RUbjtt maUor, that will kwrpevt-ryonton nil tho topic of the day, and all tht fad ami dlffonmt Item of Intonvt alout tho hoiuvhold, brxldm furnUhlnjr Intcrcstinr rctidlnir matter, loth irravn ami iray, fortbo U not wholo family; and whllo Deuiont fmhlon Mnifiizliie, lu faahlou vgv are cr. feet, nnd wo irlvo you. frtt of fif, all tlio you wUh to uvidurlmr tho cr, and In nnvnlwj yotl chooar. Kcnd In our at ottoe, only IS, and you will nailly ret over VS In mine. Addra the publisher, w W, Jennlnr Domorwt, 15 Katrt 14th St.. York. If yon aru unattpjalntrd with lb copy. Mniptxlno, irml 10 ccuU for a apvcluu-- ilr" wi ? pat-ten- ia Utprct New YorktM-nFrom the German. Mr. Gotham Do tho Chicago folks ONT. OK THK TIIANSOJIR. Rich Aunt Why do 3011 bring mo many visltom front .cw Yorn this grass, Tommy? expect Ordinary sheet tin cut in narrow Btrip Ik) and hat lieen by at lenut ono during the world's fair? Tommy llecause I want vou to bite Chicago 15oy I gucso. Mos' every-todclover woman woven to closely rwcmblo It Is buyln' burghir-procafes. tho fretwork and haH lieen put to vari"Why elo you want me to bito It?" Tho Good Now ous UH'H With iK'rftt't KUCCCrW. "Hecauso I heard pa say that when ttripa were cut by the tinMiiithmul were you blto tho grass wo will get forty a cai;ai: muc wunii:kmi::t. rent to their destination in readiness for thousand dollars." UHO.butall other tortious of tho work Needed It Madly. i weru iluno by tho mistros of tho houso i Mr. Damsic Doctor, I want a little with her own able hands. dose of nerve tonic, if you have someThe. houce which she had rented was thing handy. lacking in mune of tho lino elements of Dr. ltismuth There you nre; nothing i'tninh tliat her ambition detnandetl, and serious the trouble, I hope? et towrk to riupply tho lack. There Mr. Damsic Oh, no! just a bracer; I wero transoniM over tho itarlor and din- called tt ask tho amount of j'our bill. iiifc nxnn doors, and tho loni; hall was Puck. unbroken by cither arch or other device A Itiunli liny. for breaking its monotonous lines. Bu That new boy In Llttlo Johnnv today tho little homo is a model of taste school is awful dumb. anel everyone of thoso objectionable feaMother Doesn't he know his lessons? tures has disjijijiearetl. Huh! There was Little Johnny From I'nch trauhoin thoMving tieco was twenty words in the spellln' lesson toreinovcil. Across tho tep of tho ojH'n day, anel ho missed every one of them. stuico h1k tacketl slips of tin an inch in I only missed nineteen. Gootl News. width and between each two left an ifiuul Kjmce. and wln'ti that was done she Miktakn soinew lirro. tackifl each tightly and firmly to the "McTunkin died in great agony." lower hielo ef tho transom. Then hhocut elo they Tilly ftt, r.l..U.,-W- liy "I thought Dr. Paresis attended him?" longer Ht riM to run crosswiso to thou "He elld. Why?" oat them turtles green; ain't nln'ady placed and tackisl them acress they good when they're vipe? Life. "I always thought that doctor took one cud, after which sho laced them in life easily." Smith, Gray .t Co.'s Tim Cotler' iiliirl.iy Nlctlt. ami out of the iicrjiendiculnr (.trips till Monthly. Pat Won't worrttk, ycr honor! Won't tho entire hpacu was filled with a netAnil tlio Old (ittntlemnn Smiled. support uiti wolfe an' childor! Shpakc, work of tlio tin. "You ought to name your log GosOver the door rIio made tho upaeo ex- Hridgel; don't Oi kapo th' wolf fnim th' sip," said George to Maud's father. "I actly etpial ls'tween all the Mrips, lKth elure? ltrldset Yls yer honor he do; an' judge, from an experience I had with" vertical ami horizontal, and obtained an effect fmitt iiiiminr to that of tho sim- it s only to lavo it open ho has. .Judge, him last night, that ho is a good deal of a backbiter." Truth. plest design in fretwork. Over another Not n Wltneitt. she varied tho imtteni by ilacing thu He Ueutlzed It. IMitb (who has dropped In) If that heirir.outal jiieccs at distances of two in parlor lamp could talk, Ida, It could tell Wife A man is a fool to have anypluco of ono inch, and for a third hjuictt of lot., of kissing M'rapes. no doubt. thing to do with a lottery. she mudoaptill more claborato design Husband You hit It, then, I'm still Ma Oh, no. It is sure to bo out by lacing tho uprights with diagonal when there N anything ku that going-on- kicking myself for marrying you. strits in place of tho simpler horizontal ISrooklyn Life. .lnry. ones. When they wero all complete, alio 1 liitnka to tlio I'ndrrtuker. I'AHKNTAI. JOYS. htaitiisl tho tin to tho color of tlio wood. of Mr. Ardup (paying for a For tho hall, with its narrow, uncompromising length, sho had two frame potatoes) It costs a heap to live in a inado of light pino that should extend city! Grocer Yes, rlr; but It costs a heap from wall to wall and that wero IS inche's deep. Then, within these, sho more to die in city. Chicago Tribune. wovu dosigurt in tho strips of tin that Too Late. wero nuggchtod by tho grille work itself, Stranger I am a literary man, madand when ltoth tho strips and tho frumo am, and am looking for a room. Have wero painted in tho desirod tono pho you unything that will suit nic'.' nailed them fast to tho wall. ImmeLandlady No, sir. Pro just rented diately lxdow tho edgo of each sho my last hall bedroom to a pout. Jury. ( haw,,. m placed a simple pole, and from each A Good Gneas. now hanirs a curtain that decks tlio hall and adds to it tho itcauty of its color. Phrenologist And this bump here donates resistance, combatlveness, Impatience eif restraint and forms. Subject Right you are. A policeman clubbed mo there laat night. Life, . r-in y and CERTAIN CURE known for ISyoars as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. atninxs 10., tons. bt. Trtftrtd bf Biriiiansos CHESAPEAKE t' rji 11 half-pec- k JTiny Liver Pills! and an remedy are wonderful la their a of blllotuaeMV tbe la living la and malaria. aa nutl-blUoanti-malari- al TUTT'S system No one & OHIO RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia' Baltimore, New York, And nit other Eastern Cities. I Eastern Points. NOV. freeing; efTrcts Shorten. Line between Louisville, Lexingtonand Regions A Malarial Ihcra. Their ttM whould be without sugar-coate- d. INEFFECT 1, 1S52 rrlce,Z3c Ofllce.3lrark Place, N.Y. prevents attack of chilli and fever, dombagne, billons collo, and gives 99 the system strength to resist all tho evtlaofaaanhealthy and Impure at-"V Biosphere. Klegantly ex a o EAST HOUND. Lvo. Lexington Atlantic Express No. 21, daily 7.ltpra Midland Accommodation, No. 36. ex. Sun,n.4oam Vntiliulcd Express, No. 34 daily 6.iopra Mt. Sterling Accotn., No. a8, ex. Suu ........ 5.25pm The most Celebrated Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Chronic Disease Specialist in the State. WESTBOUND. A rr. Lexington: Lexington Accom,, No. 27,ex Sun 7.j5ant Loumillc Express No. 21, daily ..........13.40pm Lexington Accom. No. 33, ex Sun ... 4 15pm Vestibuied Express No: Jj, daily 6. lopm Solid Vcstitiuled Trains with Dining Cars. N bus tranfers, Through Sleepers from Lexitgton without change. C. B. RYAN, H. W. FULLFR, Gen. Pass. Agt, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt.. Washington, D. C. Cincinnati. ,il-wi- yt mVaUlaBB.Tl8BaBP Itttssa i i , tHHP' L Kk v Twenty milcjthc Shortest to J. S. APPLEMAN M. D., THE CELEBRATED CINCINNATI, Chicago, Michigan Points, St. Louis, Buffalo, Cleveland. Detroit, Iudianapolls and the west, Ne a England, Canada, BHlLk lVv English Specialist. Formerly 1'iolessorof Practice of Medicine, New York, Boston, Electrical Medical College, TORONTO. CANADA, Now Examining Baltimore, Philadelphia, Washington, Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky. Richmond, VIRGINIA. Shortest and Quickest line to ya rh)tician of the NEW ORLEANS Southern Medical Institute, LOUISVILLE, KY. out change via Chattanooga, Birmingham, Meridian, making direct connections en route for Knox ville, Asheville, Lynchbursjand points in the SOLID VKSTIBULED TRAINS thro' with EVERY EYE ON Father I wonder where those new "Tho trouble with Jack Itronson," said Maud, "Is his good nature-- . Ho has scarfs of mine ure? They were here this morning. nover learned to say no." Totnmy We've got 'em, papa. They "You couleln't have known hlni In make bully reins. Harper's Har.ar. leap year," bald Kstellc. Truth. A Smart Man. They Are Avert to That. "Does your father know much?" Hojack As a rule tramps are not asked George. very communicative. "Yes, Indeed," retorted Harry. "He Tomellk It la true they say but litknows every time I've been naughty tle; but still they elon't saw wood. during the day." Harper's Young PeoSmith, Gray fc Co.'s Monthly. ple. Forgot to Abb--. Cliaatlaeuient. Sho The jeweler says the diamond Mrs. Chessers Yes, my daughter ls in my ring Ls not genuine. very fond of the piano. ho told me the ring was He Urn- -r Mrs. Caustique Indeed? Then why real gold I forgot to ask him about does she pound It so harel every mornthe stone. 3. Y. Weekly. ing? Chicago News Record. . Increailnar the Nolte. How IU Felt. Jennie Why don't you learn how to "Uowdy elo?" cried the sidewalk to play on the piano? on the church steeple. the wea'ther-van- e Kittle- -1 guess mamma thinks I make "How are you feeling this mornlngJ" nolso enough now about tho house. "Way up!" replied the weather-vane- . Harper" Young People. Harper's Young People. Fuaay'e Furring. netting; Over It Kaay. Llttlo Dot Mamma says th' cat is full "Carrie," said the bashful youth, with a gasp, "if you llkeel somebody else of 'lectrlcity. Llttlo Dick Of course. Tut your ear about tho same as you like me would you caro to marry hlni?" Chicago News down on 'er an you can hear thu trolley. Good News. ltecord. L'nklad. Literally 80. "I can prove anything," bragged the Algy Have you heard about Check-erly- ? professor to fair Miss Harkms. He's over head and ears in debt "I wish you would proro an alibi!" Cholly 1 kuow it 1 was with him moaned tho young woman sotto voce. when ho bought a hat on credit the othLife. er do3'! Judge, A Coincidence at r.eatt, On tbe Steamer. "They say it's a lovo match." The Dramatic Reporter And have "Perhaps; but they each have ajnll-lio- n you thrown up your engagement? in their own right, and tho relaThe Prima Donna O, nol Thank tives arc satisfied on both aides." Truth. heaven I hadn't swallowed that! Life. o- -- How Thote OlrU Love Out Auotlier. ET0DE2& is com- At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmlni Macon, Savannah ton, Charleston, Augusta Returning every four weeks during the year. Brunswick, Lake City.Thomasville aud FLORI is a graduate ef Bellevue HospitDr. Appleman DA points. al Medical College, New York City, and tht ElecThe only line running solid Vestibuied trains with trical Medical College, Toronto, Canada. He has Pullman Boudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to St. Bide a special study ot the diseases he treated id Augustine without change lor any class of the great Bellevue and Charity Hospital for sevor baggage. eral years and reccgnires nosuperior m diagnosing Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Dtcatur and treating Chronic Diseases, He devotes all Florence, Memphis snd ARKANSAS points. his time to the treatment of chronic and nervous Shortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Modiseases of both sexes and his skill as an expert in bile. Direct connections made at NEW ORthis classof cases is welletubll.hcd. Treats LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galvsf to and Houston, Austin, -- Will be at Myers House, Stanford Tuesday, Mar. 28, one day only. CAROLINA, rs 3 r pletely taken with it. Some were captured by complete and handsomely illustrated NOVEL, but it was those t THK IIAl.lt A KlU .NO EM KNT. Colored Portraits 4 f THE of Society Ladies, in the fashion de- partment, that "finished the business." Every eye will welcome cur The curtains themselves, though cheap, aro worthy of note, for tho materials aro simple as can b got, and the effect is a They are thoroughly excellent one. inado of tho popular blue denim, but have lieetiAvaahed and toiled till thebluo is softer by far than when they camo from the bhop. Across both top and tottom in stretched a band of tho lighter side, whllo tho enrtain proper shows the darker, and ou ench band are painted poppies in their glowing bplemlor. A TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. Acute and Chronic Catarrh. Ringing in Ears The enly through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, Dealntst, Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose, lkro.it Miss., La., making direct Lungs, Kidney, Urinary and Bladder troubles. - withoutShreveport.transfer for Dallas. connectioas Fort Worth, omnibus Bright's Disease, Diabetes, Dyspepsia, ComtiAustin, San Antonia, El Paso and points in Rheumatism aud Paralysis, Epilepsy or 'iu positively cured. Young or middle aged men suffering from ImpoUncy, Eruptions, the reiulu ot TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. errors or excete, should call before It is too late We gurnulee a euro if case has not gone toj far. For through rates, correct county maps and lu Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the (ace information call on Agent at Junction Citv, Ky permanently removed. W. D. COZ ATT. or addreas Trav. Pass. Agt., Junction City.Ky D.G.EDWARDS. D MILLER. G. P AT. A., Traffic Mangr,, Cincinnati. Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet. tc. As Syphilis cured by never falling remedies. Diseases of women, such as Leucorrhea, painful Menstruation, Displacement ot Womb, bearint down pains in back, relieved in short time. StrMtilt ASrKrttB ) Die Doctor carries all his portable Instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure surgical cases. medical and He undertakes no incurable diseases but curei hundicls given up iodic. a, Permanently Cures Blood aud Skin Diseases. 4 CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. Address J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D , Louisville, Ky CLUBBING ANNOUNCEMENT (Thitioundtqu.r,do.tn'tlt?) who saved and begged from her friends all tho bits of decorated china sho could tion to both secure. Then she got a largo tile and GODEYS covered it half an inch thicK with a layer 21 I'ARK ROW, of putty. Into this she preyed her bits K. V. ciry, of china firmly and as close toother as anil possible, huq when dry she gilded tho little ridges between the pieces. A largo INTERIOR JOURNAL pot for a palm was decorated iu tho same ' Kay, with Kaally good effect. One Year for,$4 50. A Quito a foreign er waa evolveel by au ingeniouh woman, Nol Umbrella Holder. holdlooking umbrella year's subscrip- CrXc50A3X tull site, best 1'iu.i'iSIUsUtJ ic:it. $ ntiniltr. ltt:tt music tl tlio lute.t. niiistpop. ami local Instruruental .. ,tlujntit til all.. luuraml l ue . uh .. J Plece?,a i.c ir. "''" -, . 1UU , FlfwaAIooedfrHadeqkwrtUte P ' bSbVMIUM OOfVSrfiHTS, PATSHTS, ! a Ttoitli of biveiy -. inu.io for forty , pilesftata Aaaerleab Oloest bweaafor Kvery patent takes ont by us Is brought before puuito 61 uouot mtm ire ot sswue m save tta Lsneat etreulatloa of suav seieatiao pa Nc rated. acru7 SI 5 "- . Si Diort U.iuclcault,tliolipulrbe MWmnH-ti". rr, ;; ;;" -- .eroakl .... ""'.A''- . -- IA11U, U(UU"UI - &ssrffSJe Iimmws 8tTCBtwyTIw ttxk .wt.V, la b CKy. . . iS . BJ-'- ilt 1- - - - - L. IV k sti A Semi-Week- v r m I. Mr Ilndrlt. f tvfcri mir Ivihv rnii1it :," " ', : i.mm mora piainiy; iiruwu o uuuy ,is a month younger, nnd ono can underubllsbed Evory Tuosday and Friday stand almost every word it snys. I AT wonder why it is? i:s" vr a Mrs. Daddy (offended) I'm sure I don't know. (To the baby.) Comcscy rWhen not so paid $2.60 will be charged." tooty mommy itto sweet)'. Docs 'oo wiclccd popper scold 'oo dear ittlo popsy wopsy dodklus? Puck. LOCAL TIME CARD. ly Interior Journl A Problem. ,...""'..;', per. yicyr. K.b. -- vvjck Order CoiintrriiiHnilrd. Train uavea Rowland at 7:00 a. m., r turning Foreman (job ofllce) What are you 5:10 p. m. working at now? Ilov Uunuin' oft somo business cards LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. of a youug woman who wants to do ..ts ,37 pm mending for gents and families. lit ram going North " " South ijjpb Foreman Geo whizzl Didn't you get S train " South it 31 pm " North.. 3'3'ta word not to print 'em? Tho order is ocal Freight North .710 am countermanded. Quick as tho boss saw ...... J 3c pm South.. that girl's card, ho nihcd off and marTha Utter train alto carry passengers. The above ii calculated on standard time. Solar ried her. S. Y. Weekly. ap-M- A California Illsk. Lincoln County is the best County in the State; Hustonvillc, Ky., is Eastern Man Ii that climate of yours the best town; all that it is claimed to be? California Man Healthiest climate in the world. "Well, I've heard of a good many people who went there and came back worse than before." The best and cheapest man in the county. "Tho cllmato is all right; but, you see, as quick as their health returns I have come to this town (Hustonvillc) and opened this day with a they get interested in tho land boom full line of and buy." THE ADVOCATE Comes to you every other day In the year for only $U. Thr cheapest and'beit paper in Kentucky. 50c sets it tliren months. Address Tin AmoCATK, Danville, Ky. fflHtu Owsley Iluildlng. A. S. PRICE, SUKOEON DENTIST. Drue Store In i W e is about io minutes raster. QUEEN it CRESCENT ROUTE. He TVm L'p. Trains pass Junction City as follows: No. r, Limited, 12:25 p. ra ; No, Special, arrives 8.40 p. m. No. 5, & C. Special, 12:37 a. m. ; No. 7, Fast Mail, arrives 12:40 p. m., leaves 2:05 p. m. North.bouad No. 2, Q.i C, Special, 3:20 p. ra.; No. 4 leaves at 6 a. ra ; No. 6, Limited, 3:15 a m No. 8, Express, arrives 12:01p.m., leaves 1:15 p; South-bounBlue-Gra- d , Q. ss Tho tooth puller wan right up with the time In youth, styla and cheek, "nave you all the latest appliance?" asked a patient in tho chair, holding on to his jaw. "Oh, yes," replied the artist, "I'm fang de sicclc," and tho tooth flow out ngainst tho window pane and smashed it. Detroit Free Press. A NATL'KAL DKFECT. Sifting. .Mm "Yes." "Well, after that they worry themselves sick trying to sell." Omaha Dee. Too Liberal. Wlf Here's an advertisement in tho paper that you'd better look into. It says a man is wanted, and ho won't be worked to death, and he'll get paid enough to live on. Husband Says ho won't bo worked to doath, eh? "Yes, and they promiso pay enough to live on." "Huh! Some catch about that" N. Y. Weekly. Won hy Her Tonga. McIIarlem How long did you know j'our wife before you were married to her? Murray Hill Two days. "Wasn't that rather a short acquaintance?" "If you had heard my wifo talk you wouldn't ask such questions. At tho end of those two days I felt as though I had known her for five years." Texan Honesty I'nya, Honesty i.s tho best policv Office over McKoherts ths ne Clothing, Us' Furnishing Ms, Also a Full Line of Tlmvnrc. Stanford. ct 3DE2STTO." ZUC2TT. Boots, Shoes Hats, &c. For the painless extraction 'of teeth and other minor surgery. 1 have toted its virtue sufficiently to know R. C. MOItGAN, D. I). S. COME ONE COME ALL. TO THE FHKCE STOBE. 3 House and 6 or 8 Acres of Land. I will rent nrivatelr mv House and Let n.ir Stanford on the Usnvllle pike. l'otsesslon rl.cn MRS FANNIK DUNN. March in. too-- tf blanlord, Ky. 3 N3H 3 3 XTEW CAXiXiXire-- . have built and fitte.1 up a new and handsom ROWLAND, adding new scenery, ai cesiories, and instruments and erthlnj pertain to a Vfrst-Cla(JsMtrjr. With many years Itif esperlcncc I am enabled to do good work at low prices Cabinet I'hotos finisher ki the Utest uni fnt style at $ jo pr dorrn t ards $i doien; doien Thanking the public (or patt favois, lam respectfully, I (lalU-rya-t is I have some Bargains to show you. I am running Three : Big Else in the country. : Stores I can jc In Kentucky and one WHOLESALE STORE in Cincinnati, Ohio. Now, as I buy in quantities 1 am able to sell you goods i I'RANK COUDIEIl Absolutely I I S J rt I 'rf s k , morning? ried. Hoy I laid awake so lonj; las' nipht He That's very simple, dearest. Tell At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and Hrook- - couldn't wake up. have in connection with Hotel one of the best sa her I Mhall take it to my uncle. loons in the State, open day and night; a nijfht )vn Life "Hump! What kept you awake?" man meets all trains. In connection with ilouv " Iryin' to ruiuemlwr all th things Opinion or tilrls. have also one of the best Mineral wells in the SUU Ills you told me to do Hood Xews. and for reference to witter, call on Mr. and Mrs 'JVachcr Spoil heroine. G. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roy Warren, Stanford, Dr. Littlo Erin, Tenn.. A. A. Tfie (Inly cliniiiv lie Had. I. K. Proctor, C. H. Braum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. "Correct. What ilocs it mean?" Mis. .rcCordle It strikes me that it Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Johnson, "J I forget." New Haven, Jim Cox, Grcensburg. Rates $1 per is awfully tlisarecahlo for you to talk day. J. M. Petrey, clerk. Giie me a call. "If a little tfirl should Jo something in your Kleep every niht. o8oiy I. W. CARRIER. Prop. heroic, what would j'ou call htir?" JlcCordle aree with you. my dear; "A freak." Hood Nous. hut I have to improve my opportunity, r. you know. l'uck. Ki.ji7iT-Am.7A ZEEL". Trivvet Havo you hear of the inter- ROWLAND, KY., TiitisK runs. VL'nt at HARDWARE, eM,n 9oeiLty DEALER IN GROCERIES, 1 ! I ." THE SHELTON HOUSE "Be careful, Mr. Suobly, that is the Tliej AVariiliis; Taken. fifth glass of punch I havo seen you Jack Hillings Do you think it right der. Higest of all in leavening take." for a fellow to kiss "Ah, my strength. Latest United States know me; dear Miss Winston, you don't without warning? a girl suddenly, I can drink any quantity of Government Food Report. May Cooings Xo; I do not. liquor and never have a head on me." Jack Hillings Neither do I. Hut how ROYAL'.BAKING POWDER CO., "Oh no; no one would ever accuse is he going to war her? you of that" Truth 106 Wall St., Now York. May Coolngs I don't know of anv Unadulterated. better way than to ask some question Tho Ihiffalo Xews has an old joke like yours JLD --A- JL jEv just now. l'uck. witn a slight, variation: AmiKliig the Children. INimrod Any good hunting round I will open on January 16th, 1893, a Dairy from which 1 can supply any quantity ot here? Mrs. MeShantce (triumphantly) 1 ersey milk to the people of Manford and Row. sec ye are takin' in washiu' again, .Mrs. Farmer Yes; oceans of it. and at the following prices, delivered : Ximrod What kind of game mostly? Mcl'roudee. o cents Fresh Mil, per gallon Mrs. Mcl'roudee (whose husband has Farmer Never seed any game. Just Skimmed Milk, pr gallon 10 cents plain hunting. lost a paying job) Sure it s only to Sutter Milk, per gallon Scents amuse tit' ehilders. They wants th' A I.eison In Ktiquette. I will make two trips dally. The patronace ol the windles covered wid steam, so they can public is solicited. G. A. l'HV TON. In a kitchen: yr. Stanford, Ky. make pictures on thim. N Y. Weekly. s Mother You shouldn't dip your An I tiniest KfTorl. into the gravy that way, Mary. Mrs. Lanouvenu Do you believe that ttaUH It's very vulgar. Mary Hut how else can I taste it, society women are sincere? There came to my place the 14th day ef Febru.Mr. Riches Sometimes they arc. ary a DAY MAKE, 4 or 5 years old, whiteon pat- mother? You surely don't want me to tern of left front and lett hind loot, star and snip, Foil one of the plates! La Lanternu de Mrs. Luuouveau When? about 15)4 hands high Owner can have her by Coeorieo. Mr. Riches They are always sincere advertising paying fur pasturoge and when they are trying to match silks at 103 H.J. DARST, Stanford. Ilotli .Stilus of ttir family. a dry goods counter. Chicago News She I took the present you gave me Record. Notice to the Traveling Public. to my aunt nnd site thought it was Not nt tli Ttirntrr. lovely. .ISut.she wants to know what .. . .1 have had we will do with it after wo tire marIhnployor Why are you mi late this Fure all. Hill How? "Remember that dog I stole?" "Yep." "Well, I tried two hull days to sell 'im, an' no one offered more 'n a dollar. So I went, like a honest man, nn gtir him to th' ole lady what owned Mm. an' she guv me llvo dollars." X. Y. Weekly. artcr Cheaper Than Anybody GIVE ME A TRIAL. $Tr Save you Money. Commercial Mc KINNEY, I Hotel, KY. Hotel at Mr. have bought above mentioned Kinney and hae .iltachtd a Fixst-Ola- ss jnitiT), Hustonvill, Zy. Bar and Fool Room. the Hotel and Have rtpaiied and refurnished am belter than ever A cream of tarter baking pow- jl First-Cla- ss DR. JOS. HAAS Offers Bargains in all kinds of Goods for 30 days, in order to make for his Spring Goods My Spring Shoes are daily arriving, and room Remedy far excel anything ever shown in Hustonvillc in quality, workmanship Hog & and style. I have some Shoes and Hoots left over, which I will close Ucod Successfully Fifteen Years. out very low Ladies' Pebble Buttons 75c; Kid Buttons 95c; Men's Will arreit dlicsse, preien's disease, Congress and Lace Shoes $1.40, worth $2; Heavy Boots Si. 25, Si. 50 wcrmi.stop rough, Incrrast the flesh and eirtls hasten and 2, worth double the money. A nice line of dark Calico at 5c. msturityo, rrun.-JnJi st and jo cents per pscLage; JiSEi HUSTON VILLE, KY FITE num- Prepared to Accommodato the Public. s'liecul attention to Commercial Men. 1 W C It r.l'N. Proprietor JOK I ARSON, Man.jer Poultry -- Blankets and comforts At Almost HALF PRICE. Arbuckle's Coffee 25c; Fire Proof Oil 15c gallon and a great ber of Bargains too numerous to mention in all kinds of goods. Terms 30 days to responsible parties. can Ji o 'I he largrtt packages ara the cheapest. Korssleby A R PKNNV. 9T- stanlord, Ky TIIOMAH YKAGEK JAMW YKAGKR. 91-- 1 fin-er- VEAGKR Sc AND YEAGER, SALE Umi fS9 STASU, PMW80 FliOWS We now have STANFOnD, KY. We are In our new stable In the Illock and arc well supplied with Oier Hou. NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have been nurcha.ed and ruxhinf turnouts will leave the stable. but lirst-cla- is A COMPLETE LINE Of Oliver Chilled Plows, Bucher & Giobs' Imperial Plows in steel and chilled and Malta Double Shovels. ii Give them a Call. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co or stankok.:kv., Is now lully ' I , Wo X2l Do PE!Mi(D(Kr&9 Crab Orchard, Ky. Paid up Surplus, otrsnlrcd and ready ler business witk Capital of - - $200,000. 1 . 't 000. T. HIIjTOIET I I i and Tobacco. Ohla bCUtn. River Salt for tale by the barrel. Will take conn- - I Dicer Xo; what Was it? , try produce in exchange for goods at market price. ri. 1 llii heariled has mar- I im also aaent old Feliable llrodbead To-- I kaccos and will Leep a full line of thei8 goods in I rled tho Circassian licitutr Ilrooklyn stock, and all I ask of tha merchants ot .Mantord and Uowland is to give me their orders and 1 will j put the soods in their houses at factory ncet. Tim Irrar Thankine the uubllc for liberal oalronaze. 1 ask a ' Irene (at tho charity fair) How nicecoutlnuonce of same, and remain your nhediunt 57-servant. J. H. MILIUM, ly yon handle the tambourine, Laura! Boots and Shoes, Cigars I '' (,., .- - -- j ...fv,...,r ' ' in I'll cffH war M And i r te -- c tfra, i DRUGGIST PENNY B003E-SILLXR. SUCCKSSOK to Til K LINCOLN NATIONAL . . DANK OK STANFORD, Now h same management. Ily provisions of its chiller, dipoiitota are as 'u"r protected as aie depositors In National clisinc upl with the nme assets and under AND JEWELER y CIVIL ENGINEER, Stanford,- - - Kentucky, could take tho part of Hones naturally! Chlcapo Tribune. j i You would make, a capital minstrel. I.aura So would you, dear. You m The LargcstJStock to select from. Prices alwas as Lowjas the low Watchest. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. es, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. bo Engraving Beautifully and ArtlnticaUv Done. Old Gold and Silver takenjin exchange for goods. esecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully sn individual. To thoic who entrusted their bulsiness to us while rnaagln the Lincoln National Bask el Maatoril, we w here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busmtai with us, ottering as a guarantee lor prompt lion to same, our twenty years rsperiMca la osnkingandas libsralarcoiumodations as are cos. intent with sound banking. Williams, Sit. Vernon; J. M. Hall, Stanlord; J. S. Owsley, Manford; S.J, Embry, Stanford; J. K. Lnu, Slanl.wd; A. W. Carpenter, MlllednevtlU; J. P. Caih, Stanford; William Goocb, Stanford, Ky S. U. Shanks, President. Owiley, Cashier. .. si u.i.... .r ciicr hiiiiiii, i J-- " i Hanks, its sharchnIJti hem Kl.l lubletotbe cstcntbt the amouul Of ui.i...n. their stock therein at the par value therrol, in addition to the mount invests d in such share.. It mar act as u an. She-W- hat Offers his professional stmccs to the people of diary for? tills section, Hal had eight ears' experience In "itln t Infill .., business, llefers to the Ursi National Hnuk Stanford, where he on be. found, tfnn to k'vo it up njjht did ynu'Tetfin to keep a ...-t- he ; J. jiiaicioHs: itt Freo 1'ress. it. I away. Detroit i,..,, J. H. BAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENTi Representing To h Willi Jtotv. Wild rose tie clift up Wild rowd of Urn. d.irk and gaunu Wild rows the boatinnn Wild ros thatwl'.dcrne haunt. SfmMvi Miss ,, ills i i Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal patronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite at . .: mrvxTv jai. nm l ...i.. i. l(.iiliuii, i,nnrf nA.. iiiiu Mr nr..c iiuiiui jjuun .t iiv-.- .. i, t Mk l'uck. Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Kitty Oil, litfht the gas and turn .Mister rt:ix:rntropu Misb 'Dewl, Tooty frooty, yo's inVtakcn 'Ixnit tint. Manchester, of Manchester, lng.; that lump down; it's tfoiiif,' out. Totn I don't object to that: do von? Das no 'spender, das malt new fob Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Kitty Yes, I do-- to the .smell! Life. chain. Ins. Co. of North America. l.urUy Ono linn-- . Tho Hoy at a J)iHUilvniitni;r. Companies. I would All of which are be pleased louaito nmy friends in this line. Pol. icies promptly issued. Will insureasaiust tornadoes, wind storms aud Untuning. Lightning without additional charge. Office at Firt National Hank, Stanford. first-class claus-etattach- .Not .IfrMlil of Hi Dark. Tooty frooty -- - .Mistah Itiizzer-htropI Jin receiving one of the most lines ol yon reek'n I's gwine wnlz wid MILi.LINKRY ever handled in Stanlord, selectr lii-- , it Kern'mnii will htiti(,'in' ed with an especial view to the wants of this trade Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an rape, outen liis clot", dtttuwny'.' season and Is me rlenced e, spt-nilt-- TO TEX LADXXS. C. D. General -:- FOWIXI,, -- f l oaaLiR in- - - ItlercliamllHC, 1 this with trimmer, guarantee everything to In in the latest and moil iipprotcd fashion. The ladirs are invited t call and examine my goods, which I will take pleasure in showing. Gj MISS 1.1CCIK I1KAZLKV. And Country 1'roduce, idy t(. lias cj. elicit tils stotk ol rooiIs and Is servr the pLopleof Manford and vicinity He is fillrrinj; unheard of llurgalnt mid all uho want good yrxHls at tho lowrii po.sitilH pricis should call on him on lxt;an Atonic FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY. Falls Branch Jellico Mrs. New Lee Wed You are a failHi Maternal 1'areiit I am horry, ure, John. You've never had any luck. Willie (whiu-k)- , to have to do this. It Mr. New Lee Wed Yes, once; I was (whack) hurts me a jfreat ileal (wlmek! born single. Jury. whack) worsts tlian it hurts yon! Willie (wrifrgliii;? and bliriekiii(f) No . lUni i'is.e. it don't! Vott'vo yot aIoveon! CJiicnyo Claribelle Don't you think Charlie Tribuim. CoalOu., Monocle's mind Lsabelle i& Mtnersand shippers oi the GENUINE Yes, f l'uck. "Jobvm is very ninbitious. lie is always Htfurlnjf to do something great in CrlinliialM, roptil'ir th future." Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford 'and J "I beliuvc policemen are u wt of Rowland. Utlice corner ot Depot street ana ran- "Yes, Im docs so much in tho f,uture road crossing. thieves." g HICCINS A WATTS. that lie doesn't have time to do 6 "So lo I. One of them rubbed us. of in the present." Chicago Xews otir eoolc tlio otlter day." Life. Ueronl. Original Jellico Coal. wander. very weak? dear, it can't even Vuiiltlmr Amtiltloii. uny-thin- THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., Mitster anil Slave. Ho I um the sluro of my own Detroit A l'apa now Nir Attention of the public is invited to the fae thai this is ihn only National Hank in Stanford Under the provision, of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by tha caDltal F. H. RILEY,' Proprietor, stock, but hv the stockholders liability lor - - amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ,0 ol dTANKORD, KF.S'TrCKY. this Instituuon are secured by a fund of L00.000 Kive aworn statements of thecondition of the bank I have moved to my new Hotel'iand am better are made each yeartoihe United States governprepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience d , Having purcuaird of A. T. Nunnelley his liv ment and its assets ate examined at stated times ery business I can le (ound at hisidd stand ready by government agents, thus securing additiloaa sired. Give me a call. to wait on tlie puiill'. st any tune nay or iiini snd perfect safety to depositors. FRANK KILI.Y. 77 .... This institution. nriuin.il ..i,i.k.i...i Nothme but Oeposit Hank of Stanford In i8jj, then Ued as the National Hank ol Stanford in rergaa FIRST-CLAS- S : sg.m ryprganlf rd a. the First National iM and Hank ol tSJi, has had practically an unintermy prices will be at shall leave my stable and istcnce of ,, years. It is better supplied low as the lowest. Don't forset ray Stanford and rupted ?ow y.'t ,c11.litl" (ot tiansacting busineu prompt Rowland 'bus line. !y liberally than ever before In its lont honotable career. Accounts of corporations: and "' T. r CLAKKI r STKAUU, JK. -- THE RILEY HOUSE iW. O. HTJTCHI1TGS, HIOfRHTOH- Capital Stock. Surplus 8200,000 20,500 London, Kentucky. Livery land Feed Stable. .. TURNOUTS qi-d- JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated anil refurnished, is now intend la my charge and JIts high to conduct it so aa to reputation, but to add ot only maintain friends. Special accommodato its long list o! tions for commercial trave ers and tine- roouis.for U disploy of samples. - Free Preti. She What u bUtpid mttster. Johnny. "Tlie average dialogue," snitt papa. Judge. Youge Clare How? Yonge They go by Puck. Drnamy. Women are like dreams. Information for the Hoy, "l'apa, what is a " asked gas-log'.- you coast? Warren About three seconds down and ten minutes up. Harper's Young People. A Unit In tho Mauser. There's ono variety of man Ida fellows should ne'er forKlve; Tha-t'he who says Ufa's) not worth living. And still continue to live. -- Puck. s Wsy to Measure. long is that lull where , STRATXB&CO., ...PRACri(.AL... " ,u,,,v",ua' "n7ctfuily fidu-uT- lolic- - Plumbers I and Steam Fitters. j Dealers in all kinds of Iron and ilrass Goods lor steam and water. Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All work guaranteed against, defective material and wtsrkmauship. 37 -- AT- DR. W. B. PENNF The Directory ol this Dank it composed ot T, J. Foster, of Stanford; roreitua, Rud, Lincoln county ; J. W. Hayden, Stanford ; S.H. Baughraan, Lincoln; M.J. Miller, Mt.Veraen; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Ilocker, Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill.Suaford. W. G. W.lch, SUafard; J ASFIrst-Clas- s Saloon) MOM ...ached AndBILLlARD and POOL contraries. unorus ro; wnuityj Life. or Whisky. Bartender (as chiiniiloa annronrh linrl Going to have somo rain, gentlemen? JIhIii Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, There are three of tho best There are also excellent Hath K corns run In con nection. Agent for Lexington Steam Laundry. Dentist. Office South side Main meet, in office reeeu acatcd.by Dr. L. r. Huffman, Strnfoid, Ky. ), S. Ilocker, OKHCERS:,,,TMe President; S,M,MJ' John J. Mc Roberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinncy, Atsntant Cashier. & "f-" - f !S I J Lost. Sp''ctncles in un Wils Dunn sold to Hd Pendleton a Co. tin case. Finder will bo suitably reward- buy gelding for MOO. 11. G. Fox ed upon return to thlsollice. sold tofttimti psrty two harness horses 2s kv nru! untiii jrlorlnH. Sev for SttoO. Advocate. Maiicii 17, l&KJ crnni-- & Son Stanford, Ky., Ilarrodsburg, Dauuiitkiim Collmui, Fon Sale. 2'0 ewes with lambs by NoiiTitKit.v Reed potatoes, onion sets, win sold under decree of rourt Wednes- their side and 500 TcmiPFseo ewes. day and was bought by Mrn. OvieSmed-le- y a specialty. G. A. Swinobroad, .o.wAUTON.Bus.Manaaor garden and (lower seed at McKinnoy and Mrs. J. T. D.ilton for f.'O.OOO. Bros.' If you would see it in all its beauty come to our store. If you Hubble, Ky. Ac. Sayings William Moroland sold to T. S. Owh-le- y would adorn the body like spring roses come and buy some of our Klboant stock ginghams, perca's, PERSONAL POINTS. Coino early whilu our ussortinunt is coma bunch of feeders nt SI. 12, and Tiik supervisors raised the plete. Severance k Son. Mils. W. G. Hankt is very ill. about 50,000 and have notified those in- bought of various partiea.in this county . of hogs at 0 to Oj cents. Mn. A. 0. Hukkmas continues very terested to appear here next Monday, a LY Tiik participants in the Lancaster St. Tuesday and Wednesday to show cause II T. J. Smith, assignee of Dr. Giles ill. m: I fight reported in our last Friday's issue if any they have, why they should not Harris, sold at auction, 14 iLifry Cnupy, whh in town jacks at an William Clovu of is. were each fined $5 in tho police court average of 50. The jacks were small pay more taxes. Tuesday. yesterday. but in fino shape. Richmond Climax. I). B Oamimikll went to Springfield CiiAiu.iK Stewaut, tho colored paintor, Tho higheBt price paid for cattle in Wt'dnrHday. Mn. J. B. Paxton h.s purchsscd of placed in jail Tuesday for drunken tho Chicago market last year from March Every thing new, every thing the latest, everything the most desiraJ. S. Oalvkiit, of Junction City, was Sino & Menefee tho Capt. Vest properly was disorderly conduct and raising Cain to June, inclusive, was S3 15 SI per ble both for young and old. Never was there such a line of Clothing, and liero Wedneadiiy. for about $1,000. This property adjoins generally at his homo in Maxyillo. He hundred below tho highest price paid so White and Negligee Shirts, gent's ties, underwear and hosiery, boots W. T. Mekimkk. of Owonsboro, In Mr. Q. B. Cooper. wbs tried before Judge Carson, Wednes far this ear. and shoes in our city. Every department crowded with beautiful new copyist at Rowland. Mjis. Foiikstl's Hkid presented her hus- day and was fined 10. A. K. Hundley eold a yearling jack goods and at popular prices. Cloths, Beautiful satteens, pine-applSamuxi. Waki, Kq., of Livingston, band with a lino girl tho ilrst of the wan hero thin week. of samples of to J. O. Hollaway, Hutchison, Kan., for Canton Cloth, Pongees, zephyr ginghams, and every thing in new Wk have a beautiful line Mas. Joieimi Cofpky attended tho week. Sho has been named Kato for casimeres, from the celebrated tailor, S200. W. K. .McAfee sold to Anderson wash fabaics. Our woolen dress goods department is bristling with all the mother who is doing very well infuneral of Mr. Frank Fox at Danville. Our white Ficd Kauffinan, for whom wetakemeas & Spillman about 100 barrels of corn at the new importations and at prices that defy competition. Mn. Talton Kmiiiiy, of Ixmisville, hn8 deed. goods, embroideries, laces, lace curtains, handkerchiefs, hosiery, ribures and havo suits made to order for S2.J0, delivered. Mr. T. Richard Croker, tho Tammany cheif bons, gloves, and every ccpartment of notions and white goods is now been visiting hit) brother-in-law- , I am receiving my Spring and Summer our cuMtormors when wo can not suit tain, has purchased a in complete, and our Shoe Department, both for ladies and gents cannot J. Foster. suitings now and invite the people here- them out of our splendid stock of tailor , of Now Carlisle, abouts to call and the thoroughbred stock of tho noted be seen without prompting you to buy. Come and sec us. Mu. O. II. clothing. Hughes & Tate. see the handsomest mndo Hello Meade Stud. The price given out is Ind., is hero trying to establish an order linu of goods over brought to Stanford. The Stanford Roller Mills aro running S250.000, but this is probably more than of Maccabees. Call early and get first choice. 11. C. 15 hours a day and then are not ahlo to was really paid. Mu. Aliibkt IIommbi. nnd wife, of Knpley. fill all their orders. A great deal of monOur stallion, Naboth, will make onDsnvlllc, were registered nt tho Colley Ki.loa.nt lines of spring and summer ey has been lost on the concern, but ly a very short season nnd then he will IIousu this week. clothsince its ownership has been reduced to ho put back in training. He will he alMink Host, 1'. W. Oreon is down with fabrics for men's Ho should hnvo hud ing suits from Browning, Kim: it Co., two it hss become paying property. Be- lowed to serve only 25 mares and if you with tho measles. New York, Jacob Reed's Sons, Philadelfore that overy mau seemed to pull in a want a season to him you had better them when lit wbh smaller. speak at once. J. K. & M. S. Baugb-man- . Mn. J. A. CiiAKT, of IouUvillf, was up phia, ami The Royal Tailors, Chicago, difiercut direction fro.n tho other. V. Alcorn, on sale by John II. Craig fc Son, at pop to ceo his partner, Judjco J. A ciiAMiK in the schedule of the Cinular prices. A perfect fit guaranteed. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. The Kentucky breeders nt the meetthis week on lenl business. cinnati Southern makes trains pass Junc- ing with the World's Fair CommissionMus. GkoikikC. Kkllkh, Jii., Mn. ani Tub young people will celebrate St. tion City as follows: For the South at 24U1, 1893. ers at Lexington adopted a resolution sroutMr.J. K. Karris' nfter a lengthy Patrick's day by giving a hop at Wal- l'.'.'-'- T a. m., l'J:2T v. m. and m. i requesting that the money at tho dispo Full corpi of Contervatory anl Normal School teachers, Superior courses in Literature, Music and visit to Danville and Harrodbur;. ton's Opera Houso The Dan- Tho Special arrivis at tho old , sal of the Commission for the purpose of Art Kxcclirnt hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. who is making ville orchestra will furnish the music. Mm. F. J. time, S. 10 p. m. Going North Tho a live stoeK exnimt oo appiieu as preLexington his home this winter, is heiei The "wearing of the green" will bo obSpecial leaves at U a. m., No. 0, at miums and not in paying the expenses tl.o uest of Mr. J. S. limjlies and fami served with ribbon by the ladies and :i:l') a. m., No. 8, at M2 v. i. and No. '2, of animals to and from the fair. neckties of that color by the gentlemen. :5:L'0 i M. Miss I.iccik Bkazlkv will leave toMusic will begin promptly at 8 o'clock . morrow for Cincinnati, where she will .VKW ADVERTISEMENTS. . Col. D G. Slauuiitkk announces in buy an unusually larps stock of millinOuit contemporary, tho D.invillo Adflaming bills that he has decided not to Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in ery. vocate, evidently wants to impress its re- be mi applicant for tho Crab Orchard Mn. and Mns. tt C. Walton Have ligious items on its readers. A couple and withdraws from the fight I will stand my Jact., Hanger, the present season v runted lliu Capt. Gaines Craig houso on of the said items appeared twice each in in favor of Mrs. I)ii Pettus. Mr. Slaughat my place i'H miloa west of Ilustonville, on the ' Hustonvillo Avenue and will go u its Tuesday's verbatim et litera- ter's reason stated is that ho thinks the " is a pret- ottico should be kept by a person who llradfordswlle pike, tim. But then n Ouu correspondent at Mt. Voinon, Mr. ty big thing for a town liko Danville, can and will devote his entire attention At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. James Maret. ha taken such a hiie,u and it is no doubt hard to fill up some- to tho business, and of courso 'e could I.ien retained on colt till season is paid. contract for ballast that it made him too times. not. Rancr li i$ hands hi;h, black with white Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, sick to writo yesterday. Wiiilk Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Stngg were points, llred and raised by W. 11. Carpenter, of Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows MiNhTiin.s. Cooper A- Doneghy'a col Mlis Maii Mi'.mh has norm to attend taking a rathnr late supper at tho Myers Newmiddletnn, Tenn., and Is registered in tho and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat of St. Patrick's day at Si. ored minstrels played at the hall in Max tho celebration bold Ilreeders' Astoriation ot Nashville, Term. Hels Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Buggy and Wagon good au- Houso Wednesday night, a very Mary's, and also to visit her brother villa Tuesday night to a fairly stole her cloak, n nice a finu perfurmer and sure foal getter. Harness, Saddles, Fields, Baled Hay, &c. dience. The performance wiih pronounc-- e Btieak thief who is ntlendiiiK school there. one of light material. The thief t by our colored reporter as being vory J. W. POWELL, Slaym mjbk and Mn. ani Mits. W. A. may need it this cold weather worse Hmtonville, Ky. 5 aro now coiily domiciled in good. They gave a very creditable .street daiiRliU-Mrs. Stagg, but she preferred to homo on upper Main btreet parade better than some of the white than their now companies do. Tho proprielots hail from have a say in its disposal and will give and ready to receive their friends. a reward for its returnj and the convic- Carriage Painting & Trimming Miss Minnie Uun.r.v and Mis-- i Zada D.unille. tion of the scamp I am again reapy lo do all kind of Carriago Hupley, ol Boyle, who ha been vMtiiiir It tiui'-- t be a mistake about Joe Is offering- Can be found at Uauh Palntmc nnd Trimming upend eomo time her, left ywlerdav to being a delivery driver in OmaTiik Blue Grass Declamatory Contest, crty'5 hop, ready to servo thu public promptly and well, with Mrs. K. It. IIouHkiii, in Marlon. inaugurated by Prof. Bell, of the. ha. The follow iug to the Cincinnati JOHN It. DeXAKDI. Stanford. 4 will be held in Mn. V. V. Jackson and his handsome Graded School, from Paris goes to prove that ho wife aro hoarding at Mrs. Kannie ItiiiU'. is home where hid in the pasthat city next June and it is the intenUw l". J. tures of Bourhotr "A shower of live tion to make it tho beginning of a perMr. Jackson la reprwH-nlinj- : In every Department. We must have room for our s H. Mclean Medicine Co., of St. (Nlies fell at Millersbtirg during a storm manent oratorical association of . (.J. C. Wkiwtkk, of tho Crab Dicounty schooln. Prof. O. H. Holmes Saturday afternoon. A large number of W C3-OOID- S. ehard Keoly Cure, and Mr.Ons HoMman thi-- uifasuring fiomone to three Inches tells us that the Public Park Academy miles will noil or ront this well Uncivil resort, three koulh ol hUnford, Thre aro 70 acres of wore here yesterday nnd contracted for a were picked up by the citizens." represented by an orator to Land, a Hotel tlmlding and ho Cottages, besides hero will bo a good stable and other outhouses. The water is large amount of printluK for tin institubo chosen by a primary contest to be the best in this section, as oery one who ha visIt will Pay you to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, as Tiik meictiry took a tumble of ,r0 de- held on the :tlst. ited it can attest. Will give immediate possestion. they must be sold. A. I.. SPOONAMORh. sion. grees In-- 1 hours and Wednesday would Hubble, Xy. Mns. W. P. Uii:.NS delightfully 4 from Tollable source Wk have learned n nuitilx-- r of iter Udy Mends at have been considered by the inhabitant charges of shot) lifting in Louis her splendid country home Wednesday o( the North Pole as a kind of an avcragt that tho ville, made by certain newspapers against McDowday. The wind blew, the snow flew and afternoon in honor of Mim Sue it was altogether n mot disagreeable a lady of New Albany, Ind., are of the Mary Davieis Duddrrar will 01 en up about A.C.SIXE J. N.MENErEE ell, of Frankfort. who lus acceptably day. Yesterday tho thermometer regis- most exaggerated nature. In fact there March 30th one of Mu. II. C. l'mmio, slightest grounds for the filled a clerkship for Hughes & Tato and tered below 'J0 but it moderated some was hardly the JLiiics ami suits will he instituted against made many friends here by his gentle- during the day and tho predictions now reports Of Millinery ever shown in Stanford. them. manly deportment, will leave for Glas- are that we shall have a light rain witli a the newspapers that published TJih iiianaeer of the store lias written a a clear up and warmer by this afternoon. where ho has been ottered gow Everything : Strictly : New. can! saying that the whole nutter origiwill more remunerative situation. thf Wb frequently get letters from sub- nated by mistake or carelessness and re beAll the latest Xotelties of of ray eaon It Mn. mother, eutirely under tho control contains a l Tuesday's 'I hanking; her customers for past Kate Dudderar scribers asking the date to which their gretting the publicity. favors, I solicit same and hope to havo as many good likeness of London's mayor, Mr. J. papers aro paid, and it is with pleasure moronew ones call and esan me my stock before T. Williams. About the only thing that that their letters are answered, but if buvinc. You nil know her work as a milliner. CHURCH AFFAIRS. MAKV DAVIS UUDDERAR. 4 can be brought up against this clever they will look at the little slip on which Tho meetiuK at the Frankfort Mth-otliiBpcaklnis he gentleman is that politically their names ore printed, they can easily church closed Sunday niht with is on the wrong sido of the fence. pee for themselves. For instance if it ilfty additions. Twenty united with the Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are reads 17,,r,l't instead of writing to ascer- church .Sunday. lr. Holing, of WinchesCITY AND VICINITY. unsurpassed. is "out," just entain when jour paper ter, did the preaching. Gold spectaclo $5 IX) at Danks the close a William or a check It is said that tho pronoun "its" apILixio jewelers. for that amount and your letter will be pears in the Bible but onco. Search tho Gaiidkn needs of all kin Is at W. II. equally as much appreciated. This is script en, tell us where it can bo found not a dun, however Wearen ft Co's. and receive a copy of this paper ono To tiik Pkn. Deputy Sherill'Sam Men- Tear free. It must bo dono without the A Nich Boom to lontou ground floor. leg knowlI had a malignant breaking out on my efee, Jailer Sam M. Owens ami Mr. B. aid of concordance or provioua Private entrance. Call at this ottice. below the knee, and waacured sound and welt , edge. (.. Alford took to Frankfort Wednesday and a half bottles of Mrs. Worley, nnd Indiauapolis wo- with Foil Hknt. The house in which morning the five persons convicted at Otherblood medicmeshad failed EaaBflD . call the attention of gardeners and farmers to our large "J. live. Terms reasonable. P. P. Nunnel-ley- tho recent term of court. There was a man who has for a long tinio been ill, to do roe any ood. c We desire to and splendidly assorted line ol general weeping and wailing among the claim to have Been a beautiful vision in Mn. W. S. Wahkwn will soon open a colored brothers and sisters, but Mr. which heaven was opened unto her and uliH saw tho Lord and tho angels. . She store on the street leading to the water Saunders maintained his usual stolid and inditterem-oBob Hans- talked with Judas Isearioirwho told her' j workH. I wn troubled from childhood with ntt ol In both bulk and package. situation worse than any of that this whs a very wicked world and took tho cnKoof Tetter, nnd thrpo bottle Ik'Y your seed Irish potatoes of W. II. ford iMA.l tna iiiirmntifitltlV. soon come to an end. wiiuwgi-.- " VVALlUAl rW f that it would He was so earnest in his "; Vi.iri.ii .fc Co.. mid net the best at tho ttiem. ,'t Sneakim: of his lecture in Cincin jtitutmiict innocence that ho convinced the price. lowest on Wood am! Skin "''""" nati on "Grit, Get, Go," the Newport "" Our boolt guards ho was a persecuted man. The Swift SrEcmu Co.. Atlauta.ua. Hail, gentle spring! Imt gentlo ppring prison is nowin a very demoralized con- Journal says of Ifev. G. W. l'errymau: fne. you do not, wo pray thee, hail, unh-edition. No'vvork is going on and the "Tho speaker was logical and eloquent. At the lowest possible prices. Garden Implements of all kinds on stories wero very happily mike it hot. lessees have ', practically nlundoned op- HU folk-lohands and at very low prices. I ami wero made doubly valuablo by iiij.viowj of the expiration of tol Tins is St. Patrick's Day in the morn- erations setting in choice rbotorio and their lease in L'O days and for which, by their rich ing n day very near to the heart of the way, there are no bidders bo far. high and noblo thought. Tho lecturer patriotic son of Krin. Mr. Saunders being an unusually tall evinced a close study of human nature a goou huuim m man, no Bint could ho found to lit him and n broad nnd high concept ion of huA kink business tat life." kiwaii Articles to Suit the Most FastidiStanford can bo had reaponably by ap- and tho pantaloons given him only man ous. A complete line of ottice. roachod midway between the Hiikleeaud plication to the editor at this FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. knees. The clipping oil' of his hair There aro 01 trotting yearlings at PaMn. J. P. Jonkb is Improving his lot and beard changed his looks almost enDealer In by fencing nnd terracing and during tho tirely. The weather was very cold and lo Alto. addition to John Hill sold to Johnson, of Boyle, will build a spring tho clothlcg being light, Mr. Saunders five fat heifers at cents. hiB house. suffered considerably till Hon. D. B. Eor Sau:. A good saddle Btallion, tho found.out his condition and sup- cheap. M. S. Baughtuan. " All persons indebted to must old linn call and plied himlwith a suit of tho warmest unof B. K. A W. II. Wearen D. X. Prewitt bought in this county And close our derwear hefcould obtain. We feel very settle. We are compelled to a bunch of butcher cattle at 3 to 2 cts. sorry for Mr.JSaunilors, for wo havo alold accounts. Wool. I want to buy 100,000 lbs Situation by an a practical ways liked him. He appears to bo such or more of wool. Will pay highest markWanted. mild mannered, well behaved man et price. A. T. Xunnelley. Complicated Watch Repairs and priuter, strictly Bober and reWilliam Burton had a fino brood full coutrol of that it is n wonder ho ever got into competent to take Artistic Engraving a Specialty. liable; trouble, especially of tho kind that has mare to die this week. She was heavy Best of references given. Adoilice All goods told engraved tree of charge. of lock box LM, brought him to his present deplorable in foal to James P. Crow'B Belmont Chief dress W. M. M., care Your patronage respectfully solicited. 80S9. condition. Bardatown, Ky. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal' ,Zm' m"m'"K "'"'" Severance t NOW FOR SPRING. JLV JCki Or-de- rs tax-list- s m car-loa- d trj Mil r rr $1-1- JOI e vm half-intere- st Tkiii-any- HUGHES & TATE. made-to-ord- er Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January 12:-K- J t. Blue-Gras- s Cami-ukm.- Blue-Gni- ss B. Ko WIE1AMJEM post-ofiic- e icr-ue- . house-keepin- "try-weekly- Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, - fur-line- d The Cash Bargain Store -- Mill-hattan- 's Kn-ipiir- er Har-rodsbu- blue-gra- ss blue-gras- Hales Wei! For Sale SPE CSAL inducements IsTEW B. F. JONES & SON. Si-it- enter-tallie- d 2Tw Millinery- The rllanclsoiuest: to-da- Courier-Journa- & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 'I it two-doll- We Carry a Full of Builders' Supplies. 11 1 m . - 1 to S9g BEAD (G-AIUBII- W THXf3)a SUBSBSp . rd persist-enceo- raSM K Genuine N. Y. Early Rose Seed Irish Potatoes, re ov-er- y DAM THE JEWELER, FARRIS & HARDIN. two-stor- y Watches, Clocks Pi. zmvcnvcEiR, Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand. W 13d-mist- .., Jewelry Faney Groceries, Fruits And SILVERWARE. d 1 , MSUAjL.. ,.4tf v , r. i.-Li- lr . l . ' J J,. V - " WOMEN WHO 8rmi-Week- ly Interior Joiirhh:- -: . o - WHITE. JEB i STUART. tttf, Dark-nc- THE PACIFIC COAST WOMEN'S PRESS ASSOCIATION. s a 3. ' D,a,;k a aiji and H hand high, sited by Mnmbrlno Patcher, $8) First dam Pus Prall, dam of Lottie I'rall a aS. and five Lady Stout a a9, Mack Diamond a w producing om and three producing daughters. Hy Slnrlc Time. i dam Cora, by Daniel Webster. In color, sire, tyle, finhh and especially in hi leg and feet ho ithe counterpart of the old norso nnd like his sire, he imparts his superb finuh to bis coin. Job Stuart ii a full brother to Mambnno Time, mare that, aje rontidered, i the greatest brood having aire yet before tho public, his daughter already produced 15 Irom 2 6J to a ao? and the oldest but eight year old. Jeb Stuart will make the season of 18)3 at Du Mill, 4 miles north of Stanford, on Jeb Stuart, sire of Kitty Patchenla Out-Cr- h"? Its to Ueailevn. Sketches of NcllloItlexslngKjster, Kinllj lirmvtio ruwrll, Florence I'orcy Muthe on and Clinrlotto Perkins Stntson, OUlcora Aro Well Known IKU, by ICopjTight, American Pit.m tinn. Aissocla- - Diul-dera- r's River, At $30 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when colt comes or mare sold or bred to another horse. For further inlormation address S, K. DUDDKRAR A-- 11RO., , Gilberts Creek, Ky. The Magnificently llred Saddle Stallion. EAGLE BIRD Will make the present season at the stable of his owner, two miles west of Stanford, on the Shelby City pike, at the low price of Tho Pncifio Coast Women's Press us sociatiou is mi organization of about 130 women enpnged m literary or journalistic work which owes its existence to the lamented Emelio T. Y. Parkhurst of San Francisco. For two years tho offico of president was held by Mrs. Nellio Blessing Eyster. whoso bnsy lifo nnd sunny disposition have mado her known nnd beloved throughout California. Sho is a grand- niece of Barbara Frcitchio and was born in Frederick City, Md., of distinguished ancestry on ono Bido on tho other. At 10 and Anglo-Saxo- n she married her tutor. Professor D. A. Eyster, n son of tho surveyor general of Pennsylvania, All that sho after ward became in a literary way sho at tributed to tho gunlanco of her accomplished husband. Her first public act was to nid in tho purchnso of Mount French-IIugucnot sketches and verses to Tho Aldine, Leslie's and other publications, besides fur nishiug under contract short illustrated stories regularly to an eastern publishei for 15 years. Sho considers short stories her specialty, but has been successful in ' almost all departments of ucwspnH!i work, having served as market reporter, STAGE GLINTS. dramatic critic, book reviewer, news ami telegraph editor, special correspondent, Joio Sutherland, the soiibrottc, has etc. Sho has just finished un operatic comedy, composing both words and mu left Robert Uaylor's "Siwt McAllister" company. Mine. Pntti will return to England jr&SZ v- - .vH'tV from tho Riviera nearly u mouth earlier ClP'&Ki t5&'than Jiad been arranged. , rassi:x,: J&. A .hiJSpUv John E. Brenunu of Ullio Akcrstrom's company will star next season in a new Irish play called "Tim the Tinker." Tho proposed starring ttnir of Georgo W. Wilson and Mario Ja:wn has been abandoned. .Mr Wilson will remain in Standard Rule ft. if . Record 'JiSIJ, niiido in third heat In rnco at KvniiHvllIe, Ind. J:li); will go InlMo this fccas'on. Will remain in Mud till June in training. Sired by Wnlsinglmm 1 Mas trotted miles in 1st and then go bnck damTiiiMd dam '2 Iks - a dam Jessie Say re dam fcsvs -- ;B lERCY MATIIISON. 4 (sire of Latitude 2:11 and 7 or 8 others in the lict.) by MunMiiigcr Duroc 100, son of llamlltonlan nnd hire of Elaine 2:L'0, tho dam of Norhilnc, yearling record 2:'MX. Sister to James Howell, Jr., by Ilumiltonlitn 10, sire of Dexter 2:171. by llnrry Clay 45, sire of the dnms of St. Julleii 2:111, Bodino l':lll, and 12 more that have produced 2:!I0 trotters; also niru of tho dnin of Electioneer, sire of 50 in the 2: III) litt. by Liberty, on of Lance, by American Eclipse. 21(50, , Walsingham 210ll, sire of Naboth, is one of tho youngest sons of George Wilkes iilf., record 2:22, who sired Harry Wilkes 2:i:iJ, Guy Wilkes 2:toJ, Mike Wilkes 2:15J, Wilcox 2:10, and 02 others in 2.U0 lint; also 41 producing sons and lt producing Bubton. daughters. On tho evening of Friday, March 28, Notk. Naboth is a bay hore, 1G hands high, foaled June 28. 1SS8. 1IU pedigree Torn Pastor will celebrate tho twenty-eight- h contains the blood of Hiiiubletonian, (J corgis Wilkes, Matnlirino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and anuiversary of his New York man- Harry Clay. $40 to insure a living colt. agement. $15 to Insure a Living Colt, $15. Eagle Bird is a dark brown, full 16 hands. He has a fine mane and tail, with as much style and action as any horse In Kentucky. As a uniform breeder ol high styled, high finished, fine colored colts he is not surpasied by amy horse within our knowledge. He was sired by the gielt King Eagle, (winner of more than 40 premium. First daui by Star Essie, best son of Cabbelra Lexington. al dam by Hamlet Denmark, ion of Washington Denmark Denmark, (son of Miller's 3d dam by Harris Denmark. King Eagle was never beaten in the model ring by horse, mare or gelding. Sired by lllack Mack Squirrel. 1st dam (the dam of Mack Diamond and Monte Chrtsto) by Black William. not Care will bo taken to prevent responsible should any occur. Parting with mare positively forfeits insurance. Grass furnished at 4a per month at to insure. I will also stand a good . mission daring tho wnr. Her first book manuscript wns read by Oliver Wendell Holmes nnd complimented for its power of expression. Sho pub lished tho "Sunny Hour Library" of foui volumes, which is found in tho Sunday schools throughout tho United States and her work thenceforward appeared in many of tho eastern papers nnd magiv-rinoa. Vernon. Sho next worked for tho sanitary com- FLORENCE ... The family removed to California ir and Mrs. Eyster soon became a leader in tho benevolent work of San 1874, ... B. P. WOODS, 5 Stanford, Ky. SO lE&E- - IMIIErR; 15, 18S8. ! V Sired by the well known saddle stallion Screamer, he by a noted Denmark horse. First dam by a Second Gill, ad dam by Logan s Gill, 3d dam by Gill's Vermont. Old Screamer in his day aDd time was a fine show horse and has praduced a fine lot of saddle horses. This young stallion has a few coming yearlings that show fine saddle qualities and are good ones. Screamer will make the season of 1S91 at the stable of his owner on the Dix River and Gairard County turnpike near Dudderar's Mill, high. Fine saddle stallion, foiled May A mabogony bay, blaclcjmane and tail, 16 hands "In I'CtaewlitfltWttS'lttM' Hi! At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. I will at the same tima jear-oldjack, and place stand my 5 NELLIE BLESSING EYSTER. fe l asms msmmx At 53 for a mire and $6 for a horse, to insure a liv. ing colt money due on all seasons when colts come. If mares are traded off or removed from the neighborhood without satisfying me thit they are not in till money is paid. Address O. M. SPOONAMORB, 5 toal, season becomes due. Lieu retained on colts Rowland, Ky ' SILVER TIP 169. This handsome saddle stallion will make the season of 1S91 at the stable of lleajley Bros., oneirr.ile west of Stanford on the Hustunvil.e turn- At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. lloucy due when colt is foaled or niaro parted with, moved out of the county or bred to another horse. Pasturaze furnished rnares from a distance at. fa per mouth. Due care will bo taken to pr vrnt accidents aud escapes, but in no event will we be responsible lor either. Pedigree. Silver Tip was sired by Sltver King, the by On Time, ho bv Stonewall Jackson. .First dam by SkedaJdle, by Oliver, ou of atcond dam by Red Lion. Silver King'a dam was Mol le Mounce, sired by Black Ilawk. Cabbell's Lexington, son or Hlood sMes-eugead dam by Voung America, son of Taylorad dam Skedaddle's 1st dam by Medoc, Trumpeter, 3d dam Aratus. was t83J, Tip Description:-Silv- er high, fine mane is a beautiful red bay, i$K e claim aud tall, which he carries to perfection more natural lor this young stallion that he has the country any stallion in style and action than form and as a inn word, he isbe model inseen that this isa saddle one of readily horse. It can stallions in the Stnte.with the fanciest bred saddle coursing through his the very best saddle blood sides by thoroughbreds. veins, backed up on both In addition to this stallion's saddle qualities, he which eminently has a bold, open trot, high class combinedrecoro. horstnends him as a sirs of a him es. We can readily recommend seasonas and fine his breeder, as this will be his third colts will compare favorably with the get or any horse in the country. r. ,..,... h'J a' BBASLBY BROS., W. H.1HAYS. GILT EDGE 261. Joso and was interested in teaching the Chinese In 18SC sho was mado stato superintendent of tho juvenilo department of tho W. C. T. D., nnd in 1883 sho lectured on "The Man Wonderful In tho House Beautiful" in many of tho largo cities of tho cast. Her recent book. "A Colonial Boy," has won much favor. A critical roviewer of Califoruian literature places Mrs. Eyster in a list of eight persons who excel in story writing. Sho is president of tho Northern California Indian association. Her friend. Helen Hunt Jackson, besought .Mrs. Eyster to carry forward tho Indian work that sho was forced to relinquish. Last year sho traveled continually in northern California under the nuspices or tho W. C. T 0., lecturing in tho schools and beforo teachers' institutes on scientific temperance. Sho has addressed 150.000 children in tho last eight months. Mrs. Eyster lias been a widow six years and has buried her only son, yet every trace of Borrow is banished from her countenanco as she toils unremittingly for tho humanity that she loves, whatever its nationality or color. Mrs. Emily Browno Powell, a resident of Alameda, succeeded Mrs. Eyster as president of tho P. C. W. P. A. in Sho is of Puritan September, 1602. stock, a natiro of Maino and began to write for tho press at an early age. At 16 she sent a poem to a Boston literary journal which brought hor an invitation to become a regular contributor. Sho once received complimentary notice from Horace Greeley for a letter written to tho Now York Tribune. Her work consists of poems, stories, essays and letters on tho events of tho day and appears in first class magazines and newspapers. Nothing moro delicate has appeared in verso than her tribute to the deceased founder of the association Mrs. Parkhurst which was published in TheCali- - comediettas produced upon tho professional stige. Sho is now on tho editorial staff of The Housewife and has n novel nearly finished. Mrs. Mnthebon is versa tilo and viva cious, and her dark eyes beam with mer riment as filio gives the most prosaic de tails of her business lifo a touch of hu mor The namo of Charlotte Perkins Stetson, second vico president of tho association, has frequently been soon in tho last two years in tho Nationalist journals, Knto Field's Washington, Tho Cosmopolitan nnd various reform papers. Mrs. Stetson ia a woman of uncommon intelligence and tho highest aims, of nn individuality so strong that sho makes some enemies, whilo sho wins many friends. Tho Roy. Lyman Boechcr was her thus sho is a grnndniece of Henry Wnrtl Boechcr and Harriet Beechcr Stowe. Her father was Frederic Beechcr Perkins, and sho was born in Hartford. Rev. Edward Everett Halo is her undo by marriage. Sho had but little school education, but was fortnnnto in tho training sho received from her mother, who was a phenomenal teacher. As a child she read everything obtainable, but after 1J directed her attention chiefly to history nnd natural science. Sho was marritl in 1884 to Charles Walter Stetson, an artist of soruo noto, nnd lias a daughtei g named Kathnrino Boechcr was always easy for her, and somo years ago sho began to publish verses and short articles of a serious nature in reform paiwrs. Public nttcution was attracted to her by a poem which appeared in The Nationalist, April, 1800, called "Similar Cases." Sho soon afterward began to lecture before political, religious nnd reformatory meetings, in clubs and societies, nnd to teach classes in sociological and other studies. groat-grandfath- sic, and has had several W J. Ferguson will leave Richard Mansfield's company at Chicago April 15, his threo years' contract expiring at that date. Sadie Ilasson has brought suit in the supreme court of Now York Loldug to tho restoration of her rights in "A Kentucky Girl.'" Martha Morton's original comedy, "Brother John," will shortly bo produced by William II. Crano at tho Star theater. Nw York city. Tho managers of tho Theater of Arts nnd Letters are reported to bo negotiut-iu- ? for thejwrmanentusoof Herrmann's theater, Now York. According to the Boston Herald, that city in 101 years has had 49 theaters and amusement resorts, of which but eight have been destroyed by tiro. Edmund Gorson, who is now in Paris, offered Yvetto Gilbert, tho celebrated chiintcuso excentriquo. $5,000 and all hor expenses paid for a month's engagement in Now York. Tho offer was declined. ODDS AND ENDS. Saddle .Stallion. Hay horse, lo hads high, !1 white feet, heavy mnuc and tall, tine stylo and action. Sired hy Woodford Denmark. 1 dam by King William. 2 dam by Goddard's Sumptcr Denmark. !1 dnm a thoroughbred. $15 to insure a living colt. -- o-TjjD- ir Seal brown ftallion, 15J hands high, foaled wiijIkies, BSf; bred by George 1 W. Cnrieo, Terra Haute, lml. SIRED HY UED WILKES 1710. dam Nellie I) by IVdl. 2 dam Lucy hy Copporhotiom. Red Wilkes 1740 (sire of Red Hollo 2:11. Prince Wllkiw 2:1 J, A II If Wilkes 2il&, l'hil Thompson 2:101, and SItothen. In 2::!0, eleven in 2:20; 2S in 13)1) bv George Wilkes 511); dam Queen Dido by .Matnlirino Chief 1, etc. Holt, by Alexanders' Abdullah (sire of Almont, Holinont, cto) dam by Grey Eagle. Gntdy Wilkes is by one of the greatest living sires, is kind and gentle and has shown a 2:150 galu Will make the ccaim at a living oolt. lo 1 1 1 1 $5 In-u- ie Sflihllo Stallion. Hy Silver King and out of a Gray Eagle mare, lie Is a handsome dark gray and a lino clinvr horse. Will stand at 810 to insure a living colt. Stable two miles south of IItitouville on Moreland and Carpenter's Station pike. J. K. BAUOHMAN, ! Stetson-Writin- Tho origin of the goybers at Sonoma, Cal., is 6uposed to bu a volcanic crntor filled by a landslide. Ur. Gatllug's nowest gun fires 2.000 bullets a miuuto. It throws out tho balls faster than two mon can shovel them into tho magazine. Tho channel of the Columbia river at its mouth, which is constantly shifting, is now almost exactly where it was at its discovery, 100 years ago, Theosophists favor cremation for two reasons: It U tho common Hindoo method of disposing of tho dead, and it is a convenient and expeditious way of lotting loose the astral body. Tho number of languages spoken by mankind at present is estimated at 3,000. Tho Bible hits been translated into 200 only, but these 200 aro tpoken by about s of tha wholo populntiun of tho globo. An Egyptian scytho dug up on the banks of tho Nile in 1600 and baid to be as old as Mosea is exhibited in a Loudon museum. Tho shaft of tho instrument is of wood, bet with a row of line Hint saws, which uro securely cemented in a groovo. Every man in Russia must bo provided with a piussjiort, which must bo annually renewed through tho authorities of Itis village When the commuuo refuses to forward tho documents, tho absentee, who may earning a good livelihood away from his village, is obliged immediately to return to avoid arrest for tho criminal otl'eubo of having no legal status. two-third- llufrtonville, Kv. Combined hay Million, 16 bands high; ttli hind aullr Mtt. ..b I)jfjr OocVrl, ion nl Penny' Drcnpon, by Imp, dam the H'm. I.mV til lie mar Drcnuun. the belt aaddlc mare ecr in liairard Co. a dam by Highlandrr. Abdallah Mrtx-UKeChiet (liref.Maud MfMriifrr t 16V tire ol hngHth Ituntfrlit by and ; oiler better than I jo), lit dam Siuit hr ."irntiHrl 1 Jake i In it;t, aire ol Von Amiri and lull brother to volunteer kI dam Klltr ltltcta fc. d ol t iH and 7 other better than Maud Mentnrrr 1 16I.I be Alciander' Abdallah (lire of Geldtmith Maid 1 11 and the mod tni.iiini ton of Kytdyk's IUmblelonlan.) by Hed Jaclet, rlre of the dam ef Kentucky J dam i and of the c- tl. of Ked WikeJ by Comet a ion of Shern-aMorgan, tire of Vermont' lllack Hawk, fuunder of the Morgan family, the rrestett f.mlly ofroaditcr in the world. I will stand Engluh Hunter the veaton of 180.1 at my Mable j mile from Shellv City, on the Knob Lick and Turnertvd! pike at $0 to Uutt a livirf coll. Muncj due hen colt i foiled or marc parted llh. I will alto (land the ocellent )oung Jack, r 31V AIlDAr.LAH MKStJIfiNGKIl. I, Mpnsr j, j)j. Wlli n three year kld, 16 hand hich, with while ioitit. heaty bttie- eood tyle and eura lesgth. Sired by the champion jack, Tom Keene, by Kabollillmiiton, he by Clark' Mamiridlh, he by Hunt' Mam-mothe by Maringo Mammoth, Tom Keen' dam by Col Kpoin, he by Kptont' Montcomeiy, by Cole' Montgomery, by Old lllack Sampion Tom Keen' tecum! uien by Mogul, by Cotupromiie, by lippecanox, by lllack Hawk, by Imp Warrior (iov M John'tdain Dolly Uoojt, by 'lully's Warrior, her dam n Imported lenneL The above finely bred voueir lack. whne blnod linr trace iwir. m the great Warrior laimly and to the noted Itltck Ilawk, the greatcit of tho Warrior family, wih an infutlon of freih imported blond t lose up, thould prove a great breeder There will alto be wim ol hi how for thetntelire. at SIO lat year's get in thn neighborhood to without ditiinctlon at Willtotiatidprogeny to intute a living colt to to approtcsi inarea andSij for jennet, ol - B. F. POWELL. CrJiiKDo JIMCTAT0M SSiBS TANI)AKI). Hlack Stallion, Foaled in PSI; 15 hnnds high. RAILROAD JOTTINGS. Pa- IrlN11' CHARLOTTE PERKINS STETSON. 1' JHasaaaaaaaaaas. jHSfct waiBBBBMPStfltHBBttBaW s 'bbbbbbbbbbbTIbsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbKbbbbbB Registered. By Second Jewel 48 Dam by Old Stonewill Jaclioa. This fancy saddle stallion will make the season of 1893 at our stable J mile from Milledgevllle, Lincoln county, Ky.,ou the Stanford and pike. Owing to the scarcity of money, we will stand him k V'rvravvaWKsSIBsaws:'! Br LS At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when the colt comes or mare parted Mares grazed or fed at reasonable prices. with.responsible for accidents should any occur. Not flaxy inane Gilt Edge U' beautiful red tor-e- l. and tail. 15 hands 3 inches Ulgh; was foaled Sept. ilr!ljv hnrin. A :. . ...r.. .3f O, IBM, uu l "i.v. and took Gilt Edge was showed as a 3 gear-old le and Dan. sweepstake premium at Kirksyi the vllleand in his own ring at Harrodsburg, Those are who want to bteed to a good saddle stallion him cordially invited to look at our borso and see Ualcorn-Secon- F w went fornian to California years ago, married a gentleman who has largo lumber interests on tho coast and lias two daughters. She is slight and palo, with dark brown hair and eyes. Though quiet and gentls in demeanor, sho is possessed of strong will power and executive ability that fit her admirably for the position she occupies. He was sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning, Florenco Percy Matheson, treasurer of Washington Denmark. ham's Jewel, he by old by McDonald a the association, is tho eldest daughter tt dam Minnie His first dam by Wells' Crusader, his 1st dam bv Elizabeth Akers Allen, tho author of Stonewall Jackson , he by Washington Denmark, "Rook Me to Sleep, Mother" and other Denmark, hie 1st das. by Ciusader, he by lie by Old Whip, ad dam s Rocky Mountain mare. famous poems. She was born in Farm-ingtoMo., and began literary work at MADISON SANDIDQB& SON, Milledgevllle Ky. an early age. She has contributed stories, 5 n, EUILY BROWNE POWELL. of Juno, 1892. Mrs. Powell Mrs. Stetson bolioves that all nplifting, whether artistic, literary, scientific, religious or social, depends on a readjustment of present economic relations. One of her aims is to show women tho necessity of reform in dress and hygienic habits in order that thoy may becomo healthy mothers of healthy children. Her work is distinguished by earnestness, directness of purpose, simplicity of stylo and sincerity. Recently sho has been tho subject 01 much newspaper comment on. account of hor separation from her husband and his consequent diyorce suit. Without entering into tho merits of the case, it may bo said that Mrs. Stetson never does anything from an ignoblo motive. Sho believes that lifo was given to her for a certain purpose, nnd her eccontricities aro thoso of genius. In physique sho is frail aud dolicate, of medium height, WORLD'S FAIR NOTES. with a beautifully Bhaped head and earnest dark eyes lighting up her palo face. Mrs. A. M. Curtis of Chicago has been She is now living in Oakland and is kept appointed to tho secretaryship of colored very busy with her literary work audthu interests at the World's fair. care of a dying mothor. Spaldino Brown. Owing to tho curtailment of tho space Clara expected, the Illinois Steel company and Carnegie, Phipps & Co., two of the greatNasturtiums as Iluuie I'Uuts. Nasturtiums will liye but bloom spar- est steel works in America, will makono ingly In a sunny room, whero the tem- exhibit at tho World's fair. perature at night falls sometimes to or Tho British woman's committee will below the freezing point. It has been exhibit at tho exposition original manufound, however, tliat neutral tinted nas- scripts from tho writings of Elizabeth turtiums, a comparatively recont tri- Harriet, Harriet Mnrtineau, Mary umph of floriculture, not only need more" Haunah More and Miss Younge. water than the ordinary nasturtium, but Michigan World's fnir board will The also are much more sensitive to cold. make an exhibition of its newspapers. One such plant was destroyed in a tem- The first page of every newspaper or perature that had no visibly injurious magazine published in tho stato will be effect upon nasturtiums bearing blos- mounted on a wood veneer leaf, varsoms of brighter hues. nished nnd hung on leaf standards. Miss Halstead, sister of , Athletlo Young- Women. engaged to write Physical culture seems to be growing Noblo's wifo, has been an article on "Tho Social Lifo of Washmoro popular than ever among women Earliest Administration of the "upper ten," as was evidenced by ington From tho to tho Present Day" for a houvenir volkickthe recent public exhibition of high ing and club swinging giyen in Washing- ume prepared by women for tho World'i fair. ton. h, Som-ervillo, Tho total surplus was f 0,9,53 1. An immigration aud land department has been established by tho Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific. J. C. Bonnell has assumed tho management. Work has been cornmonccd on the Portland, Monterey and Gulf railway in tho town of Portland. Tex., which is ono of tho seaboard terminals of tho San Antonio and Aransas Pass road. A rapid transit road is bnilding bennd an tween Viouna and Buda-Pestelectric locomotive is being constructed which will cover tho distauco between the two cities at a speed of 125 miles an hour. Au electric railroad is projected between Pans aud Brussels, a distnnco of 102 miles, which will bo traversed in 80 minutes, or ut tho speed of nearly 150 miles an hour, nnd trains will bo running within two or three months. Tho latest brain racking device for sale on railroad trains is tho "4 and i" puzzle. It is tho invention of William Carter, a passenger conductor on tho Erio railroad, who is very ingenious at solving mathematical problems and puzzles. cific for tho year 1892 were f8,420,JM7. Tho net earnings of tho Canadian Sire of Jay Eye See 2.10, IMialla 2KI!. Director 2 17 and !IS others in the 2:.'?0 list, and grand ire of Direct 2.01, Nancy Hanks 2:01. Lockhart 2:1 J, and ::i uthem in the 2:!J0 liitt. Dictator by Ilamblctoninu iire of Electioneer, George Willte. Dexter, etc.) dnm Clara (dam of Dexter 1M7, Alma 'J.'JSJ and Astoria 2:LH.)jj by American Star It (Hire of the dams of Guy LM- -, Kobert .McGregor -- :17, etc,) I Sirod by Dictator 113. '2 II 1 dam Ai.ick. ..by Almont XI, record 'J:'M, by Abdallah lo of Gold.Muhh Maid t!:14, and lU'linont, hire of Nutwood 2:18) dnm by Mumbrino Chief II, out of ndaughlerof Pilot. Jr (sire of the dam of Maud Almoin Hired M in the ''M list. (lain by Norman 2' (slro of Lu!a -- ;1 J, Mny Oueon 2 '20, of tho dams of Norvul --':17i, Fanny KobitiMin 2.20J, Norman Medium 2:20, etc.) by Morho Horse 0; lnt dam Slocum mare, hy Magnum Ilouuin. Young Twyman mare, by Coeur do Leon (He vis). dam Old Twymsn mure, (uiitrari'd). dam (ir' S.:0S. 1 1 e George Dictator will make the season of 1803 at S20 to iiiMiro a living colt. My fine saddle otsllion, by On Time and out of a Stonewall Jackson mare, will also make the season ut the tmmc time and place at SIO to insure a living colt. Bay htallion, nearly 10 hand- - high; foaled 188(1; villo, Ky. , bred hy George F. Kcene, Shelby Sirod by Old Lo Grand, (son of Washington Denmark.) 1 dam Black Silk dam dam by Yellow Jacket, a great middle horse. 2 I! ,....hy Drcnnou. hy Highlander. beaten in a I. Le Grand hat been a very Miccefcsfiil show hom, having never been show ring. Is perfectly kind and gentle aud is a No. 1 breeder. insure a living colt. I al-- o huve Will stand at 8l5to Thxdd Good Which !5 Joks. M. S. BAUOHMAN, Stanford, Ky. will stand nt tlie same lacu and time at SIO to insure a living colt. Will pasture marcs at $2, hut not icgponslblo for accident,,. I 1TOTXCB. I offer at private tale all of the teal and pertonal property now under my ".control, consuilng of a MYERS HOUSE, welltclectcd UYXRY8TABX.S r. W. GREEN, A. Stock of General Merchandise, In my store room in the ' Prop. town ol Crab Orchard, two-ilor- y alio the Thit stable, which It mn n connection wild the n Myers House, ha been supplied with Brick Store-Hous- e I Occupy and the Farm New Lot of Hones, Oarriaf ei, Buggies, Wagons, -- - Upon which I now realde.knowii ii the Graham place, bouttf mile from Crab Orchard on the Lancaitf rand Crab Orchard turnpike, containing about too acrea. Thia It all dejirable properly and will b told at a bargain. l'otetiim givea immediately. All pertona I have clatrnt againit immediare hereby notified that IhjyMjt makeMgr., LK Y, Jfg J. ate settlement. Crab Orchard, 9J.,m ,.Uw prepaiei FIRST-GLAS- yniaimer't Buppliea and it better than ever tsupply the public with S BIOS OP ALL KINDS. Personal and prompt attention giren to Weddings Parties and Burial. P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. AL. BURNS, Manager. 4, ,..,. .V- -., V..-- ' .'. ,t . a- - jm,-- ' ir!CiNriti ;A. Ji. - .t . Jj