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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893032101 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. Tl-- "i Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXI. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MARCH 21. 1893. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. LONDON, NO. 6 LAUREL COUNTY. Tho democrats of Onrrunl will meet next Saturday and Holoctu new county committee. The local brass band linH boon unpaged to go with tho Kentucky Division Knights of Pythias to tho WorldH Fair, v 'A U h v 1 A There whs a danco at Mrs. Laura Pro). C. N'orrio' jjioatot ilog nhow Potteisville, Pa. girl actually Moore's Friday night, it being Ward's swallowed her enticement rltm. She on eaith exhibited at the Jacksou Opebirthday, and the youngHters had a good intiHt Imvu liven fond of it. ra House Monday night. Arc you open to conviction ? Well, then come and timo ns they generally do. Herbert Hull Winslow, tho dramaOur IriMi friend, O. II. GriiTin, celeThere will bo n parlor meeting of tist, nsks a divorce in tho Yankton, S. brated St. Patrick's day early in the the V. O.T. U. at Mrs. W. T. Stephen- I)., courts from his wife, who he claims morning in a niaguifkont manner. It son's next Friday night, IMth. Tho pro- iHHddicted to scolding him terribly. is a girl. July. A Fort Wayne, Ind., lady was grantOpening Hong, Col. George W. Baker, formerly of Ned lturdett, whoso leg waH broken gramme is nH follow?: We are selling S2..50 Hats for 50c; St Hats for 25c, &c. Slippers, throwing him, in rapidly re- "Where are tho reporn?" Recitation, ed a divorco from her husband, but Mt. Vernon, has been (strongly urged to Wy a horso covering. Ho Iibh been removed to his "The HurneiH of Life," Mrs. Stephenson; while the motion for a now trial was mal:o tho race for Representative for $1.25 goods marked down to 50c, good values. Hintei's, Miaa Kate Hurdott, in Lower Song, "Work for tho night is coming;" pending bIio married another man. Now Laurel and Rockcastle counties and will Recitation, "Have wo Grown Wearv in tho cmho hat been nppealod to the bu probably be a candidate. tiarrard. of tho Well Doing'."' Mrs. Steger; Song, "How preinn court and if the decision is l'om White, of Manchester, was On April 'M the stockholders Recitation, "Are thu whole thing will be in a here Saturday Joe Sowders, of Crab Kichmond nnd Lancaster turnpike road firm n foundation;" now president and board of We Gaining?" Mrs. Hansford; Song, pickle thai will make tltiuus lively for Orchard, is attending to some private will elect a $16 Suits cut to $7.50 and So. Boys' knee pants, bright new "Rescue tho perishing;" Recitation, somebody. IniMiiK-fhere this week. Mr. and M'P. directors. W. A Nebraska man advertised for a Fl Milvin are visiting re'ativeH at Crab 50c, 60c, 75c, Si and St. 25 per pair. Boys' suits $1, Si. 25, -'- Tythianitun Kxpoyed" is the title "Mothers Kternal Vigilance," Mrs. of a lecture to be given at tho court- Buchanan;" Song "HavecouraRemv boy wife. Ho oaid ho wanted "a Southern Orchard. Youths' suits S5 to $8. Men's suits, finest of merS3. 25 and 84.50. a to say no;" Recitation, "Tho Saloon girl who would bo willing to demonAt Pittsburgh, last Friday, Johnny house Friday night, 'list, under the in the very latest fashions and styles, Si 2 to $26 Keepers' Fears," Walter Buchanan; strate her ability to cook by prepariug a Baxter, who has been the manager of chant tailor work, of tho local lodge K. of P. per suit. James A. Koyston has Riven notice Recitation, "For tho Children!) Sake," inea. in his presence " A Tex.is girl tho liaxter coat mining works, a prosperanswered tho advertisement. Tho ad- ous company composed of Welshmen, that ho will apply to tho next term of Mrs. Bastin. Thieves broke into tho vertiser camo on and watched her cook- was ki led by his nephew, Billy Baxter. for tho Garrard county county court When she had finished On tho day before, Johnny Baxter's litdruggist's license, with tho privilege of the other night and carried out every ing dinner. In the very latest styles and shades. Our large stock of liucll, vinous and malt li- letter, ono of which was registered and they dined together and wero married tle boy and a little brother of Billy's hud Boiling spirituous, contained $10. Several suspected, but two hours afterward. a row and when tho two met wortls Douglass Shoes are now in. Come and sec them and get a pair. prescription. quors on Rev. Sam Jones' daughter, Mis) An- wero passed between them over it. There was no session of tho circuit nothing definitely known as to who Gloves of all kinds and prices. Next Monday, March 13, 1893, we court held Saturday. Tho machinery wero the rogues. Mr. Alfred David' nie, was married for the Htoud timo to Johnny picked up a piece of iron nnd cans for 9c per can. Lard bewhs broken into and three tho same man last week W. W. Gra- ran Billy sqmo distance to a house, will sell finest quality Tomatoes will swain be put in motion this, Mon- smoke-housMrs. ham. Several years ago tho groom was where Billy got a pistol and did the low competition. Garden seed, &c. Come one and all. Yours, &c. j case of tho Com- hams and some shoulders taken. day, tnornliiR. Tho monwealth against Canon Roberts for Will Buchanan on opening her back private secretary of Mr. Jones and the shooting from tho doorway. Tho nbove killing Deputy SherliT Parks, of Madis-o- dooi Sunday morning, found that the position drew him constantly into his is tho best information I can et nod it whole top of tho door was cut with a family. A case of lovo soon developed mav be incorrect. Tho examining trial is set for Thursday. in report- sharp instrument, leaving tho entire of which, however, Mr. Jones was igno will ho held before Judge Harnett MonTho tf. II. KING. GEORGE I). PREWITT. ing tho trial of Armp Rowland for the panel loose and with a slight push it rant, until his daughter and secretary day, when tho facts will bo learned. would have been easy to have entered eloped and were married. Some how or Johnny Baxter was the business manakilling ol Stewart, mentions den. as one of tho counsel for tho Com- the hotiBo from tho outaide. Such other their union proved unhappy aud ger of the coal company and tho only monwealth, when tho fact is ho was ono atrocities are getting so common that in a tit of anger the wife left her hus- man out of many who have tried who MORELAND, KY., and made something ought fo bo done before more band. The divorce courts made tho rep- could run tho business to the satisfacof the counsel of Rowland We have opened up a nice line ol aration as final as they could, but tiie tion of tiio Block holders. He was buried serious results follow. his defense, tho first speech in old love, which, it appears was only Sunday and was followed to his last In tho manner of parceling out of CHURCH AFFAIRS. sleeping, not dead, camo back to both of resting place by a large number of men the otllcea of tho country, Mr. Cleveland All the churches have changed the them when they met again lust fall and who worked under him and loved him haa made a now departure iu tho right tho result was as at tirst stated. Let us well. direction. Ho haa given it out that hour for their night services to 7:30. We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get him during his The meeting held at tho Methodist nope tliey aro Joiueil lorover aim aye those who served under HUSTONVILE. the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, tirst term aro ineligible to another term. church, Frankfort, by Dr. Boiling, of this time. which enables us to make very low prices. Uises of steel nails $2 per He has also decided that members of Winchester, closed with 50 additions. Some of tho youug ladies of town Ballard Smith, an old nnd respected keg, do. wire nails $2. 30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in appoint-menRev. Mr. Weaver, of Campbellsvillo, Congress are not to dictate citizen of the McKinney neighborhood, havo organized a Literary Club, to meot proportion. and that tho pjoplo aro entitled will assist Rev. W. A. Slaymaker in a died Sunday of heart disease. Ho was every Tuesday evening. Miss Lizzie BoTerms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you to a hearing In regard to tho selection of protracted meeting to begin at the Pres a brother of Monroe Smith, of this vicin- gle is president, Miss Lena Yowell money itiruui u)in am to be their servants. It byterian church, Wednesday aud Miss Emma ilunn secre ity. is fortunate that tho people aro to bo night. jgi.5 Cotton mnles, 2 pr. broKc mules and nice saddle horse for sale. tary. J. T. Wilson, who has been in tho recognized as having rights that are enIt is said that Rev. Geo. 0. Barnes North Carolina penitentiary for 10 years Tone Ilunn and Rex Reid are in will hold a revival in tho Bowling Green titled to respectful consideration. a Pulaski and Wayno trading. They went for horse stealing, has been drawing Tho New York Proas says, "Tho tabernacle, now under construction for pension of '20 a month for tho whole out on horseback, but aro expected back have pronounced in Sam Jones' meeting, some time in American people on cattle, and from tho size of the Nortime. favor of the annexation of Hawaii in un- April. I.ogan and Waiter Pedigo, two man that carried Mr. Ilunn, wo may mistakable terms." As there has been Rev. Androw Jones, an evangelist, wero shot and tho latter dan- look out for some pretty big hooves. no opportunity for an exprasiion of says that Chicago is doomed to destruc- brother, Mrs. Mary llr.idtay ani Mr. John J. opinion upon tho part of the pwople, tho tion more complete than pictured in tho gerously wounded by Town Marshal Glasgow, while they were Good are in Louisville. Mr. Jesso Dunn statement of tho Pre is simply an as- most fanciful idea of the fall of Rome, F. Price, at arrived hero yesterday from St. Louis. kill a negro. .Arc invited to. sumption baaed upon no tangible proof. and that it will occur during the World's attempting to Ho and his father, Uriah Dunn, havo Mrs. Kobert Fultou, wife of a prom The general impression is that Mr. Fair. Rev. Jones is tho colored brother of Allegheny, Pa., got rented tho stable of D. S. Carpenter and Cleveland w.u right in withdrawing tho who prophesied tho horrible Johnstown inent citizen of horsus from homo a week ago and will bring here a treaty from tho Senate and pending Mr llood. He says the only way to avoid drunk and left St. Louis. has not since been heard from. Besides Hlountto Hawaii to ascertain tho facta tho horrors of the future is to do like Mr. Jvl Stagg has resumed his old Our store and see the great Mr. Blount is doubtless u tho Xinevite of old repent iu sack- her husband she left two children. and report. position at the mill. John Reid liked to James Walsh & Co.'b distillery, Covgood man, but ho will lnve a hard timo cloth and hhIips. have played euchre too late tho other ington, was burned, destroying about to resist tho blandishments and temptapaid night. It was reported hero yesterday barrels of whisky. Tho fire is Has Resumed Payment. tions that will bo thrown around him that Mr. Heed, of Danville, had bought 10 nave iiirmsiieu n ui uuu- who aro tho origfollowing characteristic- no-was The bv tho American ring, of K. II. Edwards tho farm known as the S2."0,000. Made in the display of our immense stock of inators ol the job, They will leave received from Hon, Fontaine Fox Bob- qualcd splendor, but it cost Miss Bertha Marks, of Muncie, Ind., Alex Moreland farm, at Moreland. Miss nothing uudono 10 intlucnco his decis- bin yesterday: aged V2, took rough on rata and died. Heulah VanArs lale has been quite sick Kudosed find $2 for my subscription. ion in their favor. ... with throat trouble for several dava. !. .....! n milie ll 1. .1 1. 1 : ...... .1.1 i t i..i . uiri nim ueeu reumiinuiiuu lur cui- IIUIIIII IIIHUOOIIl II nUMUCf, 1.... , Mill IlHll U HANVILLE. in fun her parents FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. suspendpay.ne.it about three ni0Ilti1B! t ng up at school Matting, &c, in the new room in the of the ago. I have resumed now and pay you threatened to send her to a school of Mr. Alex Tribble, landlord Over 1,000 sheep were killed by dogs reformation. Oilchor House, haa returned from a visit first. Tho way to rehiimo is to resume, as Georgo A. in three nights near Gallatin, Tenn. "Squire Abingdon" has been said in regard to specie payment. to Washington City. The farmers aro busy sowing oats Baird, the rich young English sport, and In tho county conrt Monday George That is all very well when ono has the motlnow and are putting in a largo crop. Pugilist Mitchell's backer, died nt New Crano was appointed a road surveyor in ey. This winter has literally eaten mo up The former Carpet Department has been' shelved for our large Sho At Lexington, since Jan. 1st, 770 Orleans Saturday of pneumonia. Mitchand has been and is now clamoring place of Blake Crauo. sold at auction for$2SG,075, stock, which is second to none anywhere. For Gents', Ladies' and ell Bays tint Baird's death will not affect trotters have Two mutes, Binall boys, ran away around my, empty barns, although 1 an average of $371. his fight with Corbett. Children's from tho Institute Saturday, when thoy have no barns, yet they aro all empty. I John Jones bought of various parW. B. bhattuc, general passenger wero captured by V Prof. Chrisman aud shall go to Barhourvillo court and then tte M., will soon retire ties in this county a bunch of butcher you and your readers shall hear from agent of tho O. brought back. cents. aud devote bis entire attontion to the stuff at 2 to Mr. Lewis Powell, aged aboot ISO, me. Wool. I want to buy 100,030 lbj general passenger business between CinCome and sec us. or more of wool. Will pay highest markdied at his homo near Nevada, in this cinnati, St. Louis and Louisville. Tho et price. A. T. Nunnelley. Minnesota is to have a $2,000,000 .Saturday, after n very brief illcounty, position pays f 10,000 a year. George Alford bought through S. T. ness, tho exact character of which tho eleTho best obtainable newi from Harbison, Lexington, tho handsome staln Tobe, the mammoth doctors could not determine. Ho left n phant of Wallace circus, iu winter quar- Washington leads to the conclusion that lion Sentinel, by Almont Sentinel, for wife and several children. MEN'S AND HOY'S for Logan ters near Peru, Ind., was killed in an tho great diplomatic appointments and $925, nnd will make tho season with Mr. F. U. OlTut will leave those of tho necessary assistant secreta- him. endeavor to subdue him. Ho was county next Thursday. His bound aud bo enraged did ho be- ries will go to tho Senate on Thursday. The papers 6ay that Miko Dwyer Schochoh, Logan county. Our will ba come that ho burst a blood vessel and Then, after confirmation, tho Seuato can and Dick Croker havo formed a partgenerally part with Mr. Oll'ut citizens Ho was valued go homo. died almost instantly. nership and will invest a large sum of with regret. Mr. Wm. Barbee, a native at $10,000. Root anil Branch, Two money in tlno thoroughbreds. of Danville, and bod of Porter Barbeo, This no settle it. Postmaster l thr ioion In your I'looJ, however it mav hae better promoters of the thoroughbred is in town. Since U clearhere, onco tome or whatever ihupc it may tie taUnsr. Hissell has repeated the announceed nway by Doctor 1'ierco't (Jolden Medical !!-- c interest could hardly bo found. leaving Danville, 10 or IS years ago, Mr. very. It a remedy thai romej every organ ment that no 0110 who held a into healthful action, purities and enriches the Barbeo hss lived most of tho ti'ne in through it cloansc and Invigorates the Gov. McKinney, of Virginia, has Denver, Col , where his father's family under President Cleveland's first admin- blood, and 'IViter, Kcema, whole tyntein. istration will bo reappointed where there Krviipclai, Hoils, Carbuncles, Enlarged OUndt, sent out an invitation to thu governors of now is. mmmm,mmmmmm perScrotulout Sore and all tho Southern States, to meet in conis another applicant for tho otiice. Tho and theand permanently cured swelling , are by it. fectly Madamo Sissieretta Jones, known as UnliLe tint ordinary Spring meulclnet or saisa- - vention at Richmond, April 12, to consays that ho and not Postmaster General worls cotully well at the "Black Pattl." is making melody for tho President is responsible for this rule, nailllas. the "Discovery1' round nnd in all cam. sider meaus for inducing immigration to, all soatons. All the year JUST IN Temple, Loutho white folks at Masonic It is uuaranteed. as no other blood medicine is. If tho South and the development of natwhich applies to all classes of postollices your over tails to benefit or euro, you isville, this weeK. ou pay amy inr me yrooa yuu noncv tuick. ural resources. and will bo closely observed. Isn't It safer to say that 110 other An enterprising fellow advertises in Ferdintnd Thrun, of Romeo, Wis., Mrs. Henry, aged III, tho wife of a can be 'just as eood?" a Now York paper that ho has seven youth less than 17, hroko tho world'e If it were, wouldn't It be sold so? who it was supposed was burned to rabbit feet for sale at SI apiece, warrant- record by presenting him with three death in a lire several years ago, bos Rhoumattom Quickly Cured. ed genuine left hind feel, cut from bun- bouncing babies, Saturday. Ho had his 'I liree days is a ery short time in which to cure turned up in Now Orleans. One girl, bad caso of rheumatism; but It can be done, it ny at midnight in a graveyard. tho elder, has black eyes and black, cur- the proper treatment is adopted, as will be seen by life insnrod for $57,000 and tho compaAllison Owens, who iu November ly hair; the other girl ia of light com- tho following from James Lambert, of New llruns-i'L- - nies compromised with his alleged "I murdered Ida wife by splitting her head plexion, with blue oyes and light hair. in the III. and win tllv uOtctml with rheumatism widow for $20,000. hiDs leirs. when I bought a bottle of cured me in three open with an ax while she was asleep, The boy's eyes aro blue aud his hair has Chamberlain's I'aTn Bilin, Itand would Insist on Tho silver statue of Justice which is days. I a all nsht him-soHaving lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just and then narrowly escaped death one who Is afflicted with that terrible disease to grace the dome of the Montana builda beautiful tingo of red. Each of thu every Chamberlain's Pain Halm and get well at at old stand with to use throat with a razor, from cutting his girls weighed eight pounds and tho boy once," 50 cent bottles for sale by V. II. McRoberts, ing at the World's Fair was success fully life sentence at Albany. , Druggist, Stanford, Ky was given a cast at Chicago. Sixteen hundred pounds seven and a half pounds at birth. At Walton, this State, four colored of sterling silver wero melted in tho cruDesperadoes attempted to rescue Mother's Recommendation. women met at a store and after a few Jesse Jones, a prisoner, from Sheriff We are acquainted with many mothers in is said to an exact re Chamberlain's cible. Tho statue who would not words a regular cutting affray with ra- John Burnett, of Campbell county, Cough Remedy in the bo without a food many production of the face as well as form of And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, School Supplies, Stationery house lor times zors was indulged iu. All of them woro Tenn., on a Knoxville and Ohio pasaen-g- er day. Its cost, and are recommending it every MiB8 Ada Rehan. drug store I shall be pleasand everything to be found in a first-clas- s From persoral experience we can say that badly slashed. Jealously on the part of It has broken up bad colds for our children. At Pass Christian, Miss., the dead ed to see all my old custmcrs and as many new ones as will favor me, train at Hell's Point, Tenn., and the Centerville South Dakota, Citlicn. so cent bottle ono of tho women, caused tho racket. sheriff was killed nnd Deputy John Dail lor sale by YV. II. McRoberts, DruifgUt, Stanford, bodies of Alma Nnnnemarcher, daugh- Assuring them Tho Cincinnati Southern railroad probably fatally wounded and thrown Kyter of a Milwaukee merchant, and Wm. Samuel has been on the petition of Mr. Buclcltn's Arnica Salve. 13. Miller, also of Milwaukee, were from tho train. Cruso E. Smith, ono of tho The beat silve in the world tor cuts, bruises Thomas, of New York, placed in the desperadoes, wsu mortally wounded, ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- found in a thicket. Tho girl's pareuts bands of Mr. S. F. Felton, as receiver. and Jones was injured by jumping from ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup opposed ber marriage to. Miller, and it is road was tion and positively cures pile, or no pay requirMr. Thomas alleged that tho Kivv train with Smith. Two of tho men ed. It is guaranteed to I'rice perfect sattsl actios supposed that he shot hisBWeetheartand 35 cents per box, unable to avoid attach- - the or money refunded. New Block OppositeCourt House, Stanford, Ky. insolvent and then killed himself. made their escape. vor sale by A. K. Penny, Stantord, Ky. uients. A NEW JOBBING HOUSE, LET US CONVINCE YOU. td Cas-simcre- s s, hub-nice- post-ollir- DRY GOODS, HATS AND CAFs, 3-l- e b n, STEPHENS & KNOX. Kecord-Uomeatea- d I,an-dra- m KING & PREWITT, Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Dry Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, u, vice-preside- KING A PRBWITT. YOU . -- car-loa- d 2,-0- ii - IMPROVEMENT mr -- 1 . I - 1 1 JZvj Jr JZj JL SI BASEMENT. Fine Footwear, 12 cap-ito- l. six-to- t.aV3BAN(D3 & SON. post-ollic- e C Gen-ora- L OTHIN GI post-mast- poat-ollic- e Sall-rhen- 11 hc er p-i- . blood-punh- New Stock, New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. NEW DRUG STORE. lf y; Ccn-tervil- le NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, - Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. W. B. MoROBXHTS, -'f r. .0 V i!LL."i. j. I, , imiwiwi,J!Twii. . " ' "''MWWWWHWPlrt:5ggiMBigWMBlBpSa W 1 wmm53imw&-- "TpgLlSMa- - ' "" rrfr-- Semi-Week- ly 1 Pi" ste" ,1 .w IF i' l- - V I If tV K Ili r I HT y F Obliqno eyes nro unfavorable, They joy to th hearts of tho waiting thousgeneral turning out of tho ras- eliow cunning and deceit. ands by ti Stanford, Ky , - March 21, 1R93 cals, but ho didn't. Tho president seems Irregular teeth generally indicato Inck of culture and refinement. to be unmindful of the fact that when If tho forehead bo shorter than the tho people voted to put him in they nisi nose, tho sign is of stupidity. W. republican out and if voted to put every Very tightly closed lips nro usually Mr. Cleveland will obey their wishtB, found in secretive characters. tho hungry hordo at Ieat will rise up to do we An obliqno mouth Is n bad and call him blessed. There are enough indicntcs a crooked chnnicter. sign. It democrats and capable ones, too, to run IFiailD.A.'X'. Freckles, liko red hair, nro nn indica tho covernment and Mr. Oioveland tiou of nn ardent temperament. should put tliem to work p, d. q. Tho upper part of tho countenance it Got. Bnows'6 long delayed response of thought, labor and resolution Buckner'a strictures will disto next Congress will not only have tho Thk expected Ihat it a democratic majority over all in the tho lower half indicates action. appoint those who A forehead which in tho upper part would deal altogether in personalities. Senate, but will stand as follows in the governor ignoreB them, or rather House: Democrats 217, republicans l'.'O, projects and in tho lower sinks in towni d The tho eyo shows mental weakness. to be flajs he does, declaring that it requires populists and independents SO, thus givForeheads wrinkled in tho upper part, cts. a. holding tho ing us 11 more than oil tho opposition no cournpo to abuse n man while tho lower half is smooth, general. position of governor, tho proprieties of combined and making it immaterial ly indicato dullness and stupidity. stioes forbid that he should en- what cranky schemes it may present. As whose position Noses with wrinkles on tho sides, gage in personal controversies. He de- Gov. Brown would say, tjio democrats which never entirely disappear, genervotes himself mainly to the legal points are in the saddle booted and spurred ally belong to money getting natures. at issue and to throwing mud at the and will show tho country a thing or Heavy, shaggy, overhanging eyebrows, Foard Company, who he saya tire two in the matter of reform and geneinl with lower forehead prominent, show great powers o.f reasoning from premise "in the saddle' booted and spurred," reduction of expenses aud taxation. to conclusion. Darwin had such brows their contracts with tho State being a. The keeper of a fushionablo nothing more than "ropes of sand" and When the lower half of tho cotmte-nancstore in Washington realizes with measuring from tho nose downconsequently nothing can be accomplish4 t&o suit. The governor dismiss- unusual force that "hell hath ino fury ward, is divided by tho mouth into twe ed by es the Bubject aa follows: "It has been like a woman scorned." His wife had equal parts, seen in profile, tho indica tion is of stupidity. my misfortune, in my official pathway, heard of hia infidelity to bis marriage A perfectly formed fnco should bo dihere and there to disturb a viper and vows and when sho caught the object of them. I of her troubles in his store, sho spued a vided into threo equal parts; from tin occasionally to arouse a nest roots of tho hair to tho root of tho noso, expected this. I have with perfect com- stick and instead of laying it on the wo- thenco to tho tip. mid from tho tip of the (foods posure heaTd their hissings, but am not man with all her might, loMJlooso upon uoso to tho tip of tho chin conscious of baring been harmed by the shelves and counters, breaking near Persons whoso temples nro'fullcrnbuvi their poisonous fanes. In tho sounding ly every one of the costly articles before mo oyes man oeiow, wnoso nemis eniart platitudes of Gov. B.'s letter I believe I sho could be stopped. abovo tho ears, aro usually moro giftiT-witmusical taste than those with con catch familiar echoes aiousing asuspi- Senator Hill, whosol, presidential trary characteristics. St. Louis to be cion in tLis matter that 'the voico is Jahorning, doubtcob's voice, but the hands are the hands boom last spring dicd.a' early !bird that ia of Esau.' In the future, as in tho past, I less thinks that it the PERSONAL GOSSIP. catches tho worm, 60 he will! take time bIiuII bo heedless of ferocious criticism fall to begin this Senator Davis i.s u bookworm and bib and vicious opposition, and go unpaus-iugl- y by the forelock and 1SDG. His first appearliomankic Ho is collecting works abuul of tho aolemu fix his fences tor on, in tho discharge Washington State, where Napoleon. obligations of my official oath, doing al- ance will be in ho will address tho democratic society. Lady Cnstel Stuart, who claimed to l ways what I believe to be right." tho last direct descendant of tho roya. For a man who starts out with the asNEWSY NOTES. rno woman who says mean things btunrts. died at Koine recently. sertion that he will not deal in personabout women is a person to bowaru of. Tho daughter of Colonel Elliott of tin Jules FrancoiB Camille Ferry, the alities, the abovo seams rather personal United States engineer corps is Kiid tc Tho Association of Working Girls' Soanother re- celebrated French statesman, is dead. and it is said will provoko havo n phenomenally accurate knowl cieties doburves nil pr.iiso for much that Howard J. Schneider was hanged in edgo of tho technicalities of engineering it has done, but for nothing moru tfcan sponse from the old war horse, though, let us hope, the rumor is without foun- Washington for killing his wife and Mrs. Louie McLondon Gordon is pres for organising tho Choral union. Tho dation. The effort of the governor to brother Ideut of ii literary club in Atlanta and object of this union is to given thorough conrM) in nuditig to nil working A son of Ex Secretary of War forestall or foreshadow the result of au has written letters of travel to tho pre His entire interest in the has been appointed private secre- Sho is actively engaged in clianuitiU girls who desire it. Tho union has ill timed official investigation is rather of the given miiio concerts. work, organized and private. and in view of all the conditions should tary to Attorney General Oluey. young ladies had any knowledge of A number of ministers, prohibitionSir Harry Verney of Northumberland not have been made. Let tho courts ut tho turt. yet many of them aro proceed untrammelled in tho matter and ists and one editor met at Pittsburg anil is ono of the oldest wearers of a titli learning rapidly to sing music from tho Ho was years ietthe public, which is tired of the crim- launched a new political reform p.r- - in England. crowned. 'M His old vu uotas at sight. It U a noblo undertakwas ? )chind in jxipular ination and recrimination, be allowed to ty. was ti sister of Floronco Nightingale ing. America lags innslcnl culture, and theeo fine working Tho contract for tho work on lake a rc?t. who makes her homo with him. girls are doing more than anybody elsi $100,000 government building Aud- Ono of tho rising men in tho ranks ol to bring it iii). Somk how orsotuo how or other, Bro. has been awarded to a Washington City deaf mute instructors is Walter L5. Peri Johnson, of tho Frankfort Capital, has contractor. Dr. Caroline S. Pise ii a member of of tho Now York stato institution. Hi found out that tho ladies havo been Tho large cotton thread factory of J. is tho woll known coach of the Columbia tho exainiuiug board of tho New York wearing crinoline for some time. Whilo W. Morse, of Southern-ton- , Mass., was college crow. Mr. Pcet is SO yours old state civil servico commission. Sho is crinoline und hoop skirt. are synony- destroyed by lire at a los.oijiromj jij,-00- 0 and is an authority oa deaf muto n:d tho first woman in New York to hold biich au office. mous in one sense, the former also mcaue rowing matters. to '5200,000. There is no country in civilization a stiffening placed in skirts to make Samuel C. Adams, who died in Cleve The Senate passed the charter rethem set out, and this is what Mr. John lating to cities of the Cth class. It fixes land tit tho age of 73 years, was ono ol where n wife is allowed her sharo of tho bo&t criminal lawyers in Ohio in hi' family income. Sho is decndout on tho Bing says is worn. How ho found it out liquor license at not less than $130 nor tho prime. As n cross examiner ho waa nl chanty of her husband for ever cent though is something no fellow can un- more than $500. most without au equal in that btnte. Hi: Every mother and housekeeper ought to derstand. The Ion;,' legged old sinner of The steamship. Cyrus WakeflVld, varied learning and his generosity wen havo regular wages for taking care of tho Louisville Times is not disposed to the household nud tho children, and tins San Francis also notable traits. 1 tako his word for it but prefers to speak which has inst sailed from 1 ought to bo obtiiblinhed by law. Her Li Hung Chung, viceroy of China, have two dynamito only from personal knowledge after an co, was found to wages should come out of tho money of tho most important pcoplo in the earned by tho husband. Her work is investigation on an exceptionally windy b mbs in her hold. The second of tho Watts blast funn- world, although his tiamo is so httlt full- - as important a his, and bho gets And ask a continuance of the patronage extended the firm of Higjjins day. Aa we are liable to have that kind waa blown in last known over here. Ho is first and luot u nothing for it. I havo known men with & YanArsdale, and will make it to the interest of others to trade with of a day any time in this windy month ies at Middleaboro patriot, and his watchword is China and an income two are now making 200 of $10,000 n year and as Fourth Avenue is an excellent week and the her treasures and commerce- for tho Chi- gave their wives any money. who never me. The books and accounts have been transferred to me and I will tons of pig every --M hours. !S nese. Ho has never sought iwpulanty. continue the latter with all who desire. iB hoped place for tho investigation, it High Schoolgirls of Oakland, Cil., neither i& ho afraid of opposition. Through the temiter.turo organizations lay Clothing, Moots and Shoes will be sold regardless of. cost to close Logan will be able to settlo that Brer. and the societies of tho King's Daugh out stock. refused to read "Hamlet" from an nn- the momentious question at once. ter.s women and girls are learnin9 pnr purgated editien, and the principal of TURF TOPICS. liamentary all over tho country SniKE8i'EAitE was of the opinion that the school sustained them. Bluo Bull, tho famous old sho, had one and becoming good eztemporo sjK'al.'pr J-New York dude Carlyle Harris, tho there is nothing in a name and that eyo knocked out and u knee broken from and presiding otlUop. us well. which we call a rose, by any other name wife murderer, must Bit in the electrothe kick of a mule. The more intelligent u man or woinnu would smell as sweet, but Joshua Jump, cution chair, the court of the last resort Tho grand circuit for 1S&J has niiu is tho inoro liberal will ho or alio bo nn of Terro Haute, Ind., who wanta to be having denied his motion fora new trimembers, Now York and Detroit having tho woman question. This is a sure mij collector of internal revenue, will taku al. to tell how much anybody knows. been added to tho list this year. John A. Thompson, a prominent issue with the Bard of Avon if ho sePeoplo now living, well on in yean at A German inventor has added to the cures the position. When ho presented citizen of Montgomery county,! commit- harness a lino which instantly closes the that, will se women governors, benators his application to Mr. Cleveland he re- ted suicide by lunging himeelf in hia blinders in front, bo ihut fractious ani- representatives, mayor. counHlnirii Of Kvcry Description, ceived the encouraging response, "Jump barn, because ho was alllicted with can- mals cannot &eo at all. judges and juryiuen. is a good name fcr collector," which hap- cer. havo beaten 2:10, nud Seventeen pacers "Captain I.ettaridair," by Marguerite Charles W. Mcllenry, of Mcllenry, it is strango that but ouo of this numbei Merington. has proved one of tho most py sally made Jump jump for joy and is a maie, while of the uino trotters that hiicceWiil plays he will almost jump out of membran-u- s Ohio county and W. H. Griflin, of Hartwritten in Amerkparkle ami finKentucky democrats havo beaten 2:10 five of them nro mares. ica. It has au integument if the president shall ford, are tho first The two fastest trotters aro Nancy ish that render it ntowt attractive. and who havo received postollicejtappoint- show forth his faith by his works Hanks. 2:01, and Stumboul, 2:07. But Denmark has a remarkable woman not give Jump a joke when he asks for. ineuts. bepastry. J. A. Withers, of Mercer, who oiv thoro aro boven pacers having records rec- violin player, too Froken Frida Scottn. l). M. Ferry's Garden Seed in bulk and package. All new seed. tween these, nnd most of them race Euz AuauiU) Co.v.nkh. the night before dreamed that he had ords. Hayseed members of the House The lost a foot in his mill, had tho misforGuaranteed Curo. mr4 succeeded in tacking on au amendment AmerAt no time in tho history of tune to low au arm early the next ican turf has tho pacer been tho promi We aotlmrire our advertised druggist t tell you bo to the school bill requiring county suDr. KinirN New Discovery for Uoinumiilion, morning. nent as now. several farms m tho United Coughs nnd Colds, nnon , this, condition If ymi perintendents in counties embracing ciCold or .my I.ung, Boston Buffered from another large States aro engaged tn breeding hiiu ex- are afflicted with a Lout-hI hroat or Chest Trouble andwiil lite tins rrmeil) outside of ties of the conflagration Sunday, Tremont Teniplo. clusively. direction", giviu; it a fair trial und siciordms t" such cities, but the reason for such reexpenncc the buttle ono of tho most conspicuous huildings Kentucky Union (3), 2:1.1, showed great ami h.tvc no benefit, ou may return could not your money relunuVd We quirement is veiled in obscurity, the l.UY TIIK CELKHRATKD gutted. A rough es- grief recently when n jolt of tho car in rnaku this otfer If we did not know tli it Dr Kings city, being perhaps not more so than many of the in the New Uiscovrrycoutd he noer which bho was traveling throw out n disappoint. Trial bottles reliedatupon. K ItPenny" places the loss at $373,000. free other acts of this most remarkable ag- timate disabled steamer Sarnin, with small terrier of which bho had made n drugstore Large sue 40c and St. A. Tho gregation of curiosities who would do about 400 people aboard, about whom companion and friend. A Loudor. credit to a prehistoric age. This year Chicago will havo ono of the Since Its first introduction, Kleclric Hitters has there Iihb been considerable anxiety, haa grandebt raco meetings over held. The is in popular favor until now Sam M. Gaines, one of tho arrived at Halifax, having been delayed Northwestern Association of Trottitig gained rapidlylead among pure medical tonirs it and ck'arly in the containing nothiD which permits its weather and a broken bhaft. brightest aud best fellows that ever left by rough and Racing Horto Breeders will give n alteratives it U recognized as Jesse Jones, tho murderer of Sheriff $100,000 meeting at Washington park usoasa bcveraseorinioxicant; for all ailuu-nlnf the Old Domiuion to find a happy home tho best and purest medicine Kidneys It will cure the Stomach, Lixer and in the Blue Grass State, has been ap- Burnett, of Campbell county,? Tenn.. at Sept. 4 to 10. Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation aud drive Malaria from the system. Satisfaction guarpointed private secretary to Secretary of Hell's Point, Tenn.. Saturday morning anteed with each bottle or tho money will be retho Treasury Carlisle. Both gentlemen on a Louisville & Nashville train, was THE LATEST WHIMS. funded. Price only 30 cents per buttle. Sold by i lynched A. R. Pinny, Drujsiit. at Jacksboro, Tenn., Saturday are to be congratulated. Now saltcellars uro heart shaped. Olive Points, three for $i. at midnight. The Mt. Sterling Combination services for convenience A survey ia to he inado at once for appeared in deep mourning Friday for the location of a pipe lino to convey oil at G o'clock teas nnd lato impromptu supthe wife of tho editor, Mr. S. S. Cassity, from the Wayno county oil field to a pers aro useful. When Ilnby wns IcV, v. gavo her CattorK who pays a touching tribute to her mem- point on tho Cincinnati Southern railA tea caddy is 6haped liko nn ancient When hhe. was a Child, slto cried for CAstorlv ory. We sincerely sympathize with him road, with the hope of making the wells vase with doublo handles nud has n band Whua sho becamd 3Itsa, h clung to Castor). of raUed work gating tho body. in his terrible loss the severest that a commercial success. When she. had Children, kite prvethetn C'astork. Cut glass cologno bottles nro low and to raaa. can come havo silver stoppers that aro high and Just tho Thing. look liko tho crowning of a minaret. Ret. Jason Petty, of Atlanta, failed This U an expression the traveling public use when they find something that is exact-Tho Eciinitcr teems tho favorito bltajio to obey the injunction given in 1 Tim. Cholerine In Pennsylvania. bat they want. This expression applies di -- for tho paper knife. Tho envelope cut:W, but took two. He ia in jail now for rectly to Swlcklcy, Penn,: We had an epidemic of the Wisconsin Ccntr.il Lines, which is ters aud paper markers aro also scrmiter cholerine, as our physicians called it, in this bigamy and his promising career as a now admitted by alt to be "The Route'' from place lately and I made a great hit with Chamto St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland, Duluih-nn- d shaped and very pretty in filigree. is nipped ia the bud. Methodist minister berlain's Colic, Cholera and Ulanliood Kemcdy. all points ia the Northwest. Their double Tho enameled waro in silver gilt de- I sold four doien bottles ol It in one week anil offers In Is keceirinr His daily train service and fine equipment This Hemedy did since sold nearly a which Pat McDonald, of the Frankfort Ar- ducement the onlycan not be surpassed.through Pull, serves nil praise. Its beauty is only havework und was a bli Brow. advertisement for mo. the line running both Tills is half appreciated until it is held up to Several persons who had been troubled with gus, celobrated St. Patrick's day by man aud Tourist blecpers irom Chicaweeks were cured by a his paper in green ink. There go to Pacific Coast Points without change. tick- tho light, when it has tho trausluccuco diarrhoea for twoor three P P. Knapp, Ph. O., printing few doesotthis medicine , amis . 4 For full informstion addrei your nearest uManil about Pat- of stained glass and looks like imbedded 15 and 10 cent bottle lor sale by W. It. McKob. et agent or James C. I'ond, General Passenger and jewels. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. erti, Drugsnt, Slaulord, Ky. Jowelcrs' Circulur. rick. Ticket Agent, Chicago, 111. Interior Journal Mb. Clkvelam) was 50 Saturday . Ho m'gbt havo celebrated the day and sunt PHYSIOGNOMY. F. WALTON. "Just Back From East" With SIX : PAGES. a new stoch and propose a BVEBT Ex-Go- SLASHING BUSINESS uisses pair. sold at $1. 75 This spring. Bought 200 Pair Men's Shoes worth S2.50 shoes 50 cents a Look atthern. Baby shoes 25 pair. Child's a pair. lo cents a pair. Ma-aon- & PLOW SHOES 90 Cents A PAIR. bric-a-bra- c Fancy light colored Calicos 5 cents yard. c, New Line of Mulls, Satteens, Gloves Just opened. Our Clotldm and Hat Stock is complete. Men's Suits. $f in the house $5, $7. Boys' Suits at S2.50. Child's suits, 75c All LOWER THA1T ELSEWIEIIEIEE found. Ulobe-Dcinocrut- . THE LOUISVILLE STORE. W. H. Higgins. I Have Purchased of in-la- En-dic- ott mu-pl- c wi..-Vict- oria GROCERY Jtich-inond- 'a HARDWIRE HE nrnm . X - ge IK. 3iT.K,SI3JLLE GARDEN TOOLS, New York Seed Potatoes, McKINNEY BROS. VULCAN Chilled Plow. ii s Every One Warranted. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. Sentinel-Democr- at n iffi-era- llj y Chi-ca;- o V'lrst-Cla- ss J Al.a FAId WIOTfclB (GMBOBS r"".- -, ,S tmsem nwnhfwmttn'jywm v twsmwffii&HRH i2j 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal New barrol ol sheep dip at McKiunoy Bro. Skk our now spring 'Traps. Stanpoiu), ICy., Makcii 21, ISM it Son. Severance Sov Nkw sntteeiiH nnil satin (florins, n.o.WAbTON, bus. Manager POINTS. oranco ft Son. ' H kink's PERSONAL npplu butter and preserves at weru crowded m McKinncy Bros. Tiik Bank reports of this iesue, Mim Molmk O.milu is visiting Mrs. J. W. Ramsey. Mn. OuAiti.ur Fowlkii continucn very ill o( (over. Oatt. H. I). Thompson hflH mo veil his family to Hrodhead. Mim Mattik I'axton wont to Louis tIHo yenterday to vihit friends. Miu). K. J. Wallkii, ofSlmwrno,Tenn., Is with her sister, Mrs. Sanaa Harris. Miut. I)k. Cooi'KK, of the Kant Knd, has been thu inicst of Mrs. V. U. Dillion. M. Matt Woodson anil wife, of Mid tllcsboro, aro down on n visit to friunda. Mini Li.znt Witiii'.ks linn jfono to Lexington to tako n position in nn intlrma- O Mim FiiOitA out but will appear Friday. Look at D.utks' pretty Ivtstor window and go inside for soma chnico jewelry. Elkciant Block ginghams, porca's, &c. Coniu early whilo our essortment is completo. Soveranro Son. t Qaiidgn eeeds of all kinls at W. II. Col. W. O'Convkmj Uradixy, tho leading republican of thu State, enter- Wenren & Co's. tained a number of his professional niul T. K. Webb, of Kingsvilie, 31, and n f jw otiior friends nt hi') handsome n widower, obtained licen?o yesterday to home in Lancaster Saturday in celebra Waynes-burtion of his 40th birth I ly and thoso who marry Mits Susio Trustee, of on tho 211(1. were fortunate fiiouuli to bj present will If you would sec it in all its beauty long remember it. A royal dinner was NEW ADTE11TI8KMKXT3. would adorn the body like spring roses sarved hi a number of courses. It embraced nearly everything that heart could wish, in B"non nml out of aonson, and discussed with tho wino accompatKxP1 m 4i CT 'J L CJTL. niments it was heartily enjoyed. The feast of good things was scarcely exceed On ) wft Kk March o by that feast of reason and flow o( highest At io o'clock in., I will $f to tli soul which ia nl ways brightened by tho tome UoufrhoM and KlUhin l'utnilurp. harm wagon, How,, Tooli.ftc, Two Good Milk. champagne and the Bherry. It was a Cows, a lot of I'nre Jlrown l.thurns. c, NOW FOR SPRING. come to our store. If you come and buy some of our PXJBX.XC SA.L.S U Saturday, , 1 25, 93 liiil-le- rA wt1 wfw : rifinTifi u jp fi-iw Jm& Wssm 11 r, W. A. HAMILTON. Near McKtnnejr, Ky. ThK finest lino of carpets ever brought to thu city. Como and seo them. Wo will save you money. Hughes fc Tate. I Blue-Gras- s : Nurseries, Halloo ia visiting her Humphrey Ballon, in linens-ter- . open ready for the trado next Monday, March '27. Call and sec it. Mary Daviess Dudderar. Mrs. Kato Dudderar, Manager. Tiik tax payers raised by the supervisors aeem as a general thing to think tlint tliey are riglit, as but fw appeared yesterday to show cause not bo raised. wl'iy will hnvu n full lino of millinery and have no a Spring, 1893. Fruit nnirOrnaturnlfll Tree, imall Fruit, Grape Vinca, Aparai;iiiinnd overythin for the Orchard, Lan and (Jarden. I'rtco low. We will direct accut. H. V. HIL.LENMKYKR, Catalogue on application to Lexinston, Ky. Hon. O. A. Lackkt is hack from a via it to bis daughter, Mrs. Field, in Fayette. Mr. and Miis. T. B. Mbalh and son ro turned Sunday fiom a visit to Louis- Hales Well For Sale Wo wilt tell or rent thl well known retort, three mtlet touth of Stanford, Thole aro ;o acre of Land, a Hotel tlmlding and five Cottages, betldei a good ttaLle and other outhoutet. The water Is d the bett in this tcction, at every one who hat it can attett. Will give immediate posies- A. L. SPOONAMORK, sion Hubble, A.y. 4 vit-Ite- Every thing new, every thing the latest, everything the most desirable both for young and old. Never was there such a line of Clothing, White and Negligee Shirts, gent's ties, underwear and hosiery, boots and shoes in our city. Every department crowded with beautiful new goods and at popular prices. Beautiful sattcens, pine-appl- e Cloths, Canton Cloth, Pongees, zephyr ginghams, and every thing in new wash fabaics. Our woolen dress goods department is bristling with all the new importations and at prices that defy competition. Our white goods, embroideries, laces, lace curtains, handkerchiefs, hosiery, ribbons, gloves, and every ccpartment of notions and white goods is now complete, and our Shoe Department, both for ladies and gents cannot be seen without prompting you to buy. Come and see us. i 1 they should HUGHES & TATE. j 1 Have you seen orr sitteens, ophyr ginghams, pongees, pine applet cloths, ville. serges, French poplins, bengalines. etc., Mb. L. M. Lasi.ky, who is training rare occasion of good cheer and general will pay you to look nt them. horses at Lexington, is nt homo for n etc? It enjoyment and when the happy party Hughes it Tate. few ilaya. drank for the st'enth timo to tho health J. H. HUBBARD, A. M., President. OwK.va, of Harrodsburp, Mn. J. B. Mns. Kati: Duddkkak secured tho of its honored host in departing it was My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, hat jutt respent Sunday with his brother, Mr. S. services of an accomplished dresH maker, with a sincere hope that ho might live 1893. turned Iron, the cities with an elegant line of roll, II. Owens. Mrs. W. T. Beaid, while in tho city and to colobrato many more birthdays and litiery, embracing W. B. BunicK, of the Junction City L. she can bo found in the millinery ready that all of those then present would be Full corps of Conservatory nnd Normal School teachert. Superior courses in Literature, Music and An Excellent boarding department Catalogues and circulars furnlthcd on application. A X. olllce, hs been working several to servu thu ladles in all the now do there to Bee. hich the will have lull control. Col. Dudley is splendidly fixed to en- Of the days in the olllco at Howlnnd. feigns. joy life. Hu ia the soul of unostenta- She alto engaged a Mn. Jamct Miliums linn rented thu I am receiving my Spring and Summer tious hospitality, has n real gem of a FIEST-CLAS- S house on Danville avenue, advertised suitings now and invite the people here- home, a loving wif, a fond old mother n tills paper by Mrs. Nettie P. Alford. 2EESS MAZEB. Mr. J. W. fiiviN returned from Jelli-t- o abouts to call and see thu handsomest and a lovely daughter, and enjoying thu by the only Parisian Mrs. W. Heard, who yesterday, where ho bad been to seo linu of goods uvc brought to Stanford. full confidence antl respect of his neigh- Scientific TTailor Syttem cutsthe United Stale, Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in in the Seamiest Garments in llas.jne hisdaiiKhfor, Mint I)ttie, who is attend Call early and get first choice. II. 0. bors, his lines are indeed cast in pleasant iJretsts and Wants, alio Latctt Kadi in Buplcy. places, whero wo hope ho may bo per- Slam ami Wrapt. Call and examine my stock of ini school there. Millinery betore b ly'nt; nud leave your order for old age. Pktton Pakiiott, of Lexington, joinyourdretvt Thanking you for patt f.ivori v.0 Dr. Owsley has just completed for mitted to enjoy them to a ripu solicit tame ed his brother, J. W. Parrott, here. They Mack Huffman a warehouse in tho rear of tho appliMAltV D AVIS Dl DU1RAK. Anna several days' trial 4 had not met in 2:1 years and neither had of Ids store, lSxG'J, two stories high, cation of Sherod A. Coylo for distiller's of thu other. any recollection weatherboardt d with corrugated iron Judge Varnon refund to grant Tiik current iesuo of the PinuviUo Mes and covered with steel. It will bo used license, Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, it, as the number of prote6tants exceedhas a picture of our former towns for storing undertaker's goods. Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows creat-o- d ed those in favor of it. Tho caBu man, Mr. lid. II. Joima together with n and I lay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat neighbormuch exntemont in the short "obituary" of him. The weathur Frhlay cut nil kinds of Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Buggy and Wagon A Tested Remedy ' lias cone to didoes, ending in quite a snow storm hood, tho most of whose- citizens were Mim Min.n'Ik Dimuodik For All Harness, Saddles, Fields, Baled Hay, &c. greatly opposed antl justly so, to have a that night. Saturday was windy anil Louisvillo to jo into the millinery who has show ii such disregard of Ml Muttio Diduiddio to Gmln cheerless, till thu afternoon, when it man the law, licensed to continue tlit sale of ilen, Ala., to take chaw of a millinery cleared oil", since which fair nnd pleasa score of ant weather lias prevatlo 1. Light rains, liquors. There are already Htoro there. against him. indictments Miw. PokikT. CoiUTrtleit for Cincin- warmer, nru thu forecasts for to day. A reliable cure for Contagious Iilood Poison, Inherited Scrou completo line of nati yesterday to buy Is now prepared to exhibit to the Ladies a choice and elegant assortas beforo Police ANimasoN Cakh fula and Skin Cancer. KtKd ant lines of spring and summer millinery, which she will display In the Judge Carson, yesterday, charged with ment of Women As a tonic for delicate clothe room, which has fabrics for men's rear of the polling whisky without license. His atand Children it has no equal. ing suits from Browning, King it Co., G-OOD- S been fitted up for the purpose. V. II. Miller, attompted to Being purely vegetable, is harmNew York, JhcoI) Bend's Sons, l'hiladel-phia- , torney, Hon. less in ita effects. Mies Sue Bout was sworn in as assist anil Chicago, have the caso dismissed because tho or We make this announcement that all may avail themselves of the A trrittlne mi Hlood and Skin ant postmaster yesterday 10 help Miss on salu by Tho Boyal Tailors, provitliug tho mailed rnrx on application. JohnJ. Cr.tig Son, at pop- dinanceconformity with punishment was opportunity of selecting their goods for Kflie Warren during Mis. Courts' Sell II. Druiyista law and its ennot in ular prices. A perfect lit guaranteed. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., It may ho that she is in thu ollke forcement would not ho a bar to further Drawer 3. Atlanta. Ca. r to stay. Her friends hope, so, nt least. ALTiioit.it IM Brown ami Hobert prosecution, but the court ruled ni;alut Mn. II. B. Hacki.kv, wlio is iwjistinj; Hansford arc wearing stripes in thu lilm. Then as a Inst resort ho denied And the Spring in time, and as extra inducement for you to come in the depot here, is an applicant for Frankfort penitentiary, their spirit goes tho existence of any ordinance at all jfor early, we have marked our goods at such Low Prices as will cause Consul at Monterey, Mexico, where hu marching on in their old stamping the offense, because it had never been you to wonder how such fine quality of goods can be sold on so small has been in business for some time, and ground. M. F. Klkin's butcher shop signed by the mayor. This proved to be a margin. Call and sec us, compare these Goods and Prices with has good prospects of (ottinj it. wni entered Sunday night, but tho thief true anil Carr was discharged. anylhing you can find and we feel satisfied we can please you and Mu. J. II. Uilkkhson was on yester- had only trouble for his pains and got save you money. day's '.ruin retur lin from Washington, only a fuw coppers from tho till. Tiik hop at Walton's Opera House Fridav nieht was not very largely nt whero hu went to lllo In papers for I. N. Cot uitAN, a Casey county fanner, tended, but those who weru present en-Consul to Leith, Scotland. 00 miles from He thinks went to Louisville to sell his tobacco joyed it greatly. The ladies woro outIds old homo at Jln(ow. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi- A. C. SINE J. N. MENEFEE crop. Ho got 1,100 and pitting it in numbered by the gentlemen nearly two ids chances )ood and we hope so. ous. A complete line of Mns. It. 0 Em.lkman, who has a very his inside pocket started out to seu thu to ono and each was of consequence a cevero operation perfouned in Losing town. A slick citizen fell in with him veritable belle of the ball. Tho only un ton a couplo of weeks ago, was brought and began to talk of peoplo iu Casey pleasant incident of the evening occurrAlthough in a very ami claimed that hu was well acquainted ed at a lato hour in one of the dressing homo Saturday. critical condition she stood the trip very there. Like the average hayseed suck rooms. An uninvited guest, bearing well. Her dauahter. Mrs. J. S. Hund er, Cochran bit at the hook and was soon the euphonious patronymic of Smith, ley, who has been with her, eatno over hale fellow wnll met with his nuw found who hails from Boyle and looked like he companion. They visited tho usual re- had on a false face and wig, mado an inand is still here. Misses Owsley woro prevented sorts, taking in among other things tho sulting remark about the ladies which Tiik from attending the hop, to which they gilded palaces of sin. Finally at a late Gabe Lackey very promptly nnd properAnd were preparing to go, by a telegram from hour they reined at a boarding house ly reeenlod and would havo "put a head , and when tho Casey county man waked on him" hut for tho interference of those Complicated Watch Repairs and Nashville saying their sister, Mias Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are was very ill. Mies Maggie left by up next morning his companion was uou who were called to the sceno. The fact Artistic Engraving a Specialty. est antl so was his wallet, and both have that he was drunk is not a palliation but the first train for her bedside. unsurpassed. 11i;ooJi sold cn(tivcd tree of charge. Lathi. A beeoiid dispatch said Miss since eluded his grasp. Mr. Cochran an aggravation of the otl'euso and if tho 0vourp.itr!iiat:c ieictfully sullclted. Km inn was worso and her father. Hon. evidently doesn't read tho newspapers manager hadn't happened to havo been J. S. Owsley, Sr left at noon yesterday or hu would not have had to learn hv out at tho time, Smith would havo been sad experience that things are not nl taught a lesson by spending the ret ol for Nashville. A. O. Lanhara John II Ca tleman of Stanford, ways what they seem and that bunco tho night iu jail. Our hoya aro always Mn. AlukktSkvkkanck, was hero Sunday. Mr. Severance, wo men are a mighty "onsrtin" kind of ready and willing to entertain strangers uiideifltnnd, is iiito a frequent visitor to cusses to run against. but that class of cattlo who get drunk our town, but eo quietly does ho como and misbehave must givo us a wide Dkatii Fkom Moiii'iiiNK. Porter (J. beith. and go with tho knowledge, only of ono We desire to call the attention of gardeners and farmers to our large V itters, bon of Georgo II. ami Uhoda "fair ono" we cannot always giyo him and splendidly assorted line ol Friday night from the efTwo Killki). ltobcrt Martin, bettnr personal. Lancaster Record Homestead. Waters, died of morphine. Some known na "OKI Man Bob," totliutinKuiFh fects of an OF Wo publish tho above to let Mr. Severlivo weeks ago, he had a light stroke of him from the other two Hob Martins on ance's home girl H'o that ho ia playing u p.ualyHiB nnd for two weoka thero was the ronil, was thrown from No. !!0 freight douhlu game, ss to speak. In both bulk and package. not thu least bit of feeling in either leg train Saturday, near Tarkaville, ami lit- BARBEE&OASTLBMAU from the feet to tho kueca. Ho recover- erally ground to pifcos by tho car CITY AND VICINITY. MANAGERS. ed partially anil got out of bed too soon, wheels. IIo was iibcut ."3 years of a;t.', Kinney Hkos., have just received a anil thotmh stirring around, hu ire red at unmarried ami lived in Louisville. For Commerce Building, Louisvillo Mt nice line of bird cages. times excruciating pain, to alleviate a lon: time ho h.ul been braking on the Acents throughout ti.e South. At the lowest possible prices. Garden Implements of all kinds on l)AU(lllTKIl'sC0M.k(IKB0l(l for ftwitM, which lie had been uaim; morphine for Main lino and was on this division in Ho was a bright and oho- - that capacity learning tho road beforo hands and at very low prices. t, as tho typed made ua several'days. instead of $20,000 Local Ac-oadient boy, about 11) yearn of age, ambi- beini; promoted to conductor. Tho sec- W. A. TItfB3LE, Hay. STANFORD, KY tious and always cheerful. His parents ond man killed was K. Hart Baker, also Dry your seed Irish potatoes of W. II. antl relativea are crushed ulmost beyond a brakeman. Ho was on a freight train Wcarou it Co., and jet tho heat at the endurance hy this sudden lo.s of their Sunday K'n to Corhin on privato busiI " beloved boy. After a funeral servico at ness mid whilo ataudiiiK in tho door of lowest price. was Koiut,' up Cedar Aixpereons indebted to the old linn hiM father's residence in Danvillo by his tho eabooso as it pastor, Uev. J. W. Lynch, tho remains Creek hill ho was jerked oil' and falliuj of R. K. & W. II. Wearon must call nud In the corporate limits of Rowland. in Buffalo Cemetery here upon his head, his neck was broken and bcttlo. We aro compelled to cloao our were interred Dealer In- 11 2:1 T. DARST. RowlanJ. Sunday, in tho piesence of largo num- he died in an instant. Ho was some old accounts. musician, ilia ber of friends who had accompanied the years of ago and was a tine GbntlcmknAwu have tho tastiost and body froinjUanvillo and a good many father, P. T. Bakor, now lives iu Knox cheapest lino oi clothing ever oflored in from this place. Hov. J. W. Lynch county. He was in Cooper it Jackson's Stanford. Co4 and boo for yourselves. made a short, hut touching prayer, and circub band anil when it Bhowed in McKINNEV, Ky., And Hughes & Tate. a quartettejeomposed of aliases Minnie years ago ho decided to ho lived Brouaugh and Maggie Sallee and Messrs. leave it and settle thorn, whero A kiklu 'connection tn tho electric Saturday night and Harris and West verv beautifully sang for several yenrs. The remains of young light service hroko "Go Bury Thy Sorrow." Tho death Baktr were brought hero and prepared Having too much other busiueis on band to ter threw ub in outer darkness for an hour my Kavonte Huffman, after it properly, will ell capacity of Mills at making ua realUo more fully falls particularly heavy on tho father, for interment by Undertaker McKinncy They have a 50 barrels or two, who has been at thu bedside of his own after which they were taken to Howland of Hour per day and are in good repair. I mil sell blessiDgs wo have. Engineer B. F. tho dowu for cash, balance in uoriS father for weoks and who is expected to and yesterday were interred in Buffalo fcr mouths, with interest, or all in real estate. ltout fixed tho break rnd tho light shone diu at any time. K.L, TANNER, McKinncy. 100 Cemetery. again with its accustomed brilliancy. m ' 2Tgw Millinery. Stanford Female College. Sprinjj Session Tuesday, January 24th, ALL THE NOVELTIES icai-n,of Bo Mo WE AIM, l'rin-ec- u Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, SssssssssS S Swift's Sptcific S niado-to-ord- er post-ofllc- I I o. s s s Blood and Skin s s Diseases s The Cash Bargain Store s s s s s s s s s DRESS s s s s s s THE BASTBB H:OXjI3DJk.yS DIs-co- 11 ssssssssS THE JEWELER, ij DAKK8 Watches, Clocks B. F. JONES & SON. 1 SILVERWARE. Jewelry CONTRACTORS & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, AND BUILDERS. Km-ma- We Carry a Full Xiino of Builders' Supplies. ROYAL IJfVEJirOOI.. ib:eab tmii0)0 insurance Company, over-dos- e Genuine N. Y. Early Rose Seed Irish Potatoes, FARRIS & HARDIN. For Sale Few More liulldiiitf Lots K, I, JCSj -- 11 FAVORITE MILLS, Hub-tonvillot- Fancy Groceries, Fruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand - 'E'Ott SALE. 1 ? h one-ha- lf il W ' iM eM i najHSSfZ IWIIluwpji, Li Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourna. AT ubllaliod Every Tuesday nnd Friday S3 3?3CIt YJCA 11 IX 9When not ao paid .A.jD'V.A.N'CKJ will be charged."1! $2.50 K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning 5:20 p. m. L.&N. " " LOCAL TIME CARD. South xpress train " South North ocal Freight North ll train going North The Utter train also carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time. ae it about 10 minute falter QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. South. tJjpm -- ... 11 Jl pn ...... 3 n .710 am 53pra Solar l 37 pm as follows: South-boun- d No. 1, Limited, 11:15 p. m ; No. Special, arrive! 3. 40 p. m. No. 5, 3, Illue-Gra- si Q. A C. Special, 11:27 a.m. ; No. 7, Kst Mail, arrives 11:43 P m- - leaves n'43 p. m. North. Dound No. 7, Q.At C. Special, 3:10 p. m.; Co. 4 leaver at 6 a. m. ; No. 6, Limited, 3:130 m; No. 8, Express, arrives 1:31 p. m., leaves 1:31 p.; Trains pass Junction City m. cheerfully, iuiets and reassured tho animals. However it may bo. thoy all ing and talk or whistle to them, and among my most vivid and picturcliko recollections is one of u certain night when an aching head nnd heavy heart held me wake, nnd slipping from tho house in the little hours I went aimlessly across tho lovel plain toward where a big herd was camped. When withm 300 or 400 yards of tho bunch, I could see, under tho white Texas moonlight, tho dark mass of cat-tlnnd occasionally a silhouetto, betweon mo and tho sky, of one of tho guards on his pony, and in the intonso loneliness of tho plain's night tho singing of tho one boyish voico holding his untaught, unconscious way through "A Fountain Filled With Blood," and tho whistliug of his companion on a littlo hnrmonicon "Sweet Iloine," as they camo round twist mo in turn, wcro as lovely and touching sounds as I ever heard. Kansas City o Milling to tlio TTcril. ThoMnn Wlio Know lllnlnp. Lincoln County is the best County in the State; Hustonvillc, Soino cowboys nntl cnttltnicn laughTho man who knew Dlaino is out in the best town; ingly assured me that they only ting on forco these days. Ho is as proud ns tho vratch to lew p themselves awake; others father of a pair of twins. eay they hing, talk loud or make a noiso Ho is seen in nil public places, IIo will just to let t'.i cattle know thoy nr ap- tako yon hi a corner, after ho has shaken proaching so as not to frighten and hands, nnd in a sorrowful touo of voic. Btampedo them, but the greater number will say: "So Dlaino is gono? Too bad. The best and cheapest man in the county. hold, as I myself had read and been led too Hid. It i3 tho greatest calamit v that to believe, that tho sound of the huiuau has befallen our diplomatic service since I have come to this town (Hustonville) and opened this day voice, singing, talking or culling ont tho death cf air. Clay." "Yes, yes," you say, by way of assent. "Let mo see," ways tho mau who knew Blaino, quizzically closing nn cyo iv though it was a task to remember. "Let mo sec, I was at tho hotel at dinner one day, and who should tit next to mo but Mr. Blaine." full line Ky., is THE ADVOCATE Ccmc to on every oilier day In the year lor only $a l'hecheapest and best paper in Kcnttuky 51 nets it three- months. Lz. with a AUiircst 1 MR auvckatk, iranviiic, ir, ffiEti Office oyer A. S. PRICE, SUKGKON DENTIST r of Owsley Iluildln. McRibeiti Drug ilinUnl. Store In the Clothing, Ms' Furnishing Goods, Jfce. tc IDZEZLSTTO. 77 "Is that so?" "Well, I guess. Mr. Blaiuo holdquitt a conversation with mo. Ho said to me oh, I shall never forget his words hi Eaid to me he said" "What did ho say?" "Ho asked mo to pass the butter." Now York Herald. Awkwuril Ifl' 1. Boots, Shoes, lints, Kor tho painless extraction '.nt teeth anrl ether minor surgery. I have tented lis virtue iufltienl-l- y to know R. C. .MORGAN, 1. I). S. Also a Full Unc of Tinware. Carriage Painting & Trimming. Tiling to Forget J- I'll - I tAWf'kjHM rxKri m-m3n (IP K .Fir COME ONE COME ALL. STOBllil, TO THFi PBICCE 3 eity's shop, tesdy l amsgaln reapy to do all kinds f Carria Tainting and Trimming Can r found at Usuli to serve lue public protapily and well. 4 JOHN II. DeKAKIH, Amiad. xtew c a t.t.tuvst. I hate built and fitlel up a new and haidnoiu Gallery at ROWLAND, adding new scenery, and instruments and rYtrthlni; rul Ing to a (cilery. With many years operlcnce I am enabled lo do cond work at kin nncrt Cabinet Photos fmlit.odln h latest and style at i jo per dotrn. Cards Si dosta: Di amond dot en Thanking the public for past lavoi I 11 respectfully, fKAKK COKDICK. MMl-Clais 3 DPffEI 3 8 I have some bargains to show you. I am running Times. L-- ; V I Bl "Supposing," said an upholstery dealci to a caudidnto for a vacant iosition. Else in the country. GIVE ME A TRIAL. I can Save you Money. First-CIas- o Bar and Fool Room. "that a lady camo in nnd asked you if Have repaired and rrfuriiUlicd the Hotel and you had any chenillo curtains, what atu neller than eter would you say?" Tho now man smiled a ghastly smile. Prepared to Accommodate the Imagining tho scene and drawing a long Public. i breath, ho started in. "Yes, ma'am," say. Special attention to Commercial Men. ' ho, "wo keep chenillo ctlrtnins. This ' w OIIF.R.V. l'ropriet.r. way, please. Hero's something rather JOE CARSON, Manager. handsome. You don'i liko tho pattern, HUSTONVILLE, KY., eh? Something in smaller? Ah, yes. DR. JOS. HAAS .mis way, pieaso. Unghter, eh? Yes. OfTcrs bargains in all kinds of Goods for 30 days, in order to make ma'am. This way, please, Thero you are My Spring Shoes arc daily arriving, and Hog A doorway. I see, aud with a littlo red in room for his Spring Goods far excel anything ever shown in Hustonville in quality, workmanship it. "As I understand you, then, you wish and style. I have some Shoes and Hoots left over, which I will close Used Successfully Fifteen Years. a small figure chenillo with a littlo red out very low Ladies' Pebble Buttons 75c; Kid Buttons 95c; Men's Will disease, prevents dlieate, esprit in it. How's that $8.50? Too high: Congress and Lace Shoes Si..jo, worth $2; Heavy Hoots $1.25, 5 1.50 worms, arrest cough, Increase the Hon and haitea stop maturity. Something cheaper, eh? With a dadc A nice line of dark Calico at 5c. Trices.-Jt.Ji sj and 50 cents per pacVage; and wido as possible. Something foi and $2, worth double the money. (pound cn Ji. jo The largest packages are Blankets and comforts tht cheapest. 'or sale by aoout Jfs.ou.' A. R. neww "As I understand you, then, von wis! Manlord, Ky a small figure chenille bright with a bit oi red in itfl.50 chenillo curtain, wide JAMKS YKAGKK. THOMAS VKAGKK. nnd with a dado? That's as near as I enn & YEAGER, conio to it. Not enough individuality, Arbucklc's Coffee 25c; Eire Proof Oil 15c gallon and a great num eh? How's this one? Not sufficient! all kinds of goods. forceful in its pensiveness, eh? Some- ber of Bargains too numerous to mention in stable, Terms 30 days to responsible parties. thing to harmonize lyith a sago green A Story or Itaron Rcltiacli. 8TANFOI1D. KV. A Paris correspondent tells a crood nig that yonr dog lies on and combine There came to my place the 14th day of Kebru-ar- story of tho lato Baron do Reinach. Some wiin mo uaro irom nn open grate someWe are Id our new stahlr In the Opera House pasa BAY MAKE, 4 or 5 years Hkxl and art welt supplied with tern ol left front nnd Iclt hind loot, star and snip, time before tho baron's tragic demise a thing moody and thoughtful, eh? Someabout 15K hands high. Owner can have her by fancy dress ball was given at a friend's thing suggestivo of ropose? paying for pasturoge und advertiMii? NEW RIQS AND HORSES "As I understand you, then, you wish house, and ho was among tho invited ioj H.J. DAUST, Stanford. guests. During tho early part of the a small figure, bright with a bit of red, HasfU-eiMirchatFil and nolhlnj but evening every ono was astonished by the ?1.C0 chenillo curtain, for a doorway, turnouts will lesve Hi ut,U now have We Notice to the Traveling Public. vagaries of a victor who had donned the wido and with a dado, with a beery, .. ..I have bad morning Give cap and bell and "fooled it" fo cleverly sleepy, J7 as to attract general attention. Ever 6ort of a stylo about it, to harmonize HOUSE ono was anxious to know who it wai. with a pug nosed pnp and a conflagraRowland repainted and nicely furnished and but ho declined to rewal his identity tion? Let us start all over again, ma'am." At have in connection with Hotel one of the best saAnil tho candiuato got tho 30b. Up- When tho timo camo to throw oil' thi Co loons in the State, upen day and night; a night Of Oliver Chilled Plows, liuchcr & Giobs' Imperial Plows in steel and masks, to tho astonishment of all it was uoisterer. man meets all train. In connection with Hnusr have also one of the best Mineral well in the StiU. to bo M. do Reinach. OF STANfOKI:iCV., chilled and Malta Double Shovels. and for reference to Mater, call on Mr. and Mrs teen Wifely I'rlilev Tho baron accepted tho compliments of G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Fleyd Is now lully orcanlred and ready lor btsincu with Neighbor Imaking a call) I often Erin, Term.. Warren, Stanford, Dr. his fellow maskers and was tho hero of r- - E. Proctor, C. H A. A. wish my husband took as much Hraurn, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. the evening. It was not until some time in what's going on us yours does. interest Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Har&ilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. It. Johnson, Wheu Newiaven, Jim Cox, Greensburir. Rates $1 per afterward that it was ascertained that he 1 want to find Surplus, . 2b 000. Crab Orchard, Ky. out anything. I have to Jay. J. M. f'etrey, clerk. Give me a call, had played a j'oko 011 tho jieople. lie had hunt up tho papers and otoiy J. W. CARRIER, Prop. read it myself. engaged tho services of a clown from the Mrs. Nextdoor SUCCKShOK tnTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL circus, who was much of tho samo build well jvoated. 1 do Yes, Alfred's always behevo ho knows the UANK OK STANrORU, as himself, nnd had two dresses made politics of every man in 'JET.. this ward, nnd alike. Tho clown whose nrrobatio feats how much he's Now closing upl with iho same assets aud umln ROWLAND, KV., worth, and whero lie lite tame rusnigrment. nttracted so much attention was the camo from, and all about him. You'll HARDWARE, DEAltK IN GROCERIES, Ily provisions of itschauer, depositors arc at circus tierformer, and M. dc Reinach only excuso mo for fully as aiti depositors in National about fivo minutes, Mrs. ifciots and Shoes, Cigars and Tobacco. Ohio Hanks, Its shareholders beins held Individually ItlverSalt for sale by the barrel. Will take coun- took hi3 placo nt tho end to surpriso his Walkabout, won't you? I'vo got to go liable to theestcnt ol the amount of their stock try produce in exchange for goods at market price. friends and recoi vo their congratulations. therein at the pr value thereof, id addition to lbs out and split bomo kindling aud bring in I am alio agent (or the old reliable Ilrodhcad ToLondon Globe. amount invested In such shares. It may act as baccos and will keep a lull line of these goods a few buckets of coal. Chicago TribBOOK-SELIaEesecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fullr ai tocl.aiul all I askof'the merchants ol Stanford sn individual une. and Rowland is to give me their orders and I will To thne who Murtlug u raslilmi. their hulsiness to ui put the goods In their houses at Factory price. from. Prices alwas as Lowas the low' while mnaiinj: entruited the Lincoln National Hank ol The LargestJStock to select ask a Thanking the public for liberal patronage, Ills AilUrt-kIt is it enprico of tho moment with u Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and coutinuonco of same, and remaiu your obedient An Englishman, a temperance lecturer, est Watch- trust they will continue to transact their business cei tain set of girls who strivo for fads Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. HILTON, r J servant. with ui, ofU'tlnc . a guarantee for prompt attenand eccentricities toomit nil punctuation was invited to sjieak on total abstinence. tion to same, our twenty years vspenrnce ia and Warranted. es, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired marks in their letters. Probably somo Ueing nobody in particular, ho was banking andas liberal accommodations ai arc consistent with sound banking. ono who couldn't put them in stnrted tho placed last on tho list of speakers. Tho fashion, just as a girl at the opera a chairman also introduced several speakdikiltons: CIVIL few years ago found that n soro finger ers whoso names were not on tho list, Old Gold and Silver takenjin exchange for goods. J.J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; J. M. 1UI1, Stanford; - Kentucky, throbbed and ached desperately if her and tho audience wero tired out when hand lay ou her lap aud was much re- ho said, "Mr. Bailey will now give us J. S. Owsley, Stanford; Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal Offers his profesiion.il services to the people of lieved when she held it upright. S.J. Kmbry, Stanford; So sho his address." (Ills section, lias had eight years' experience lu I hope to merit a continuance by at J. K, Lynn, Stanford; "My address," said Mr. Bailey, rising, tronagc injthe past year, to the Mrsi isational iuiik sat all tho evening in n conspicuous box the business. Helen A. W. Carpenter, Milladgtvillt; of Stanford, uhirc he can liejfmind. A. R. PENNY. "is 15 Loughborough park, Brixton road, tcntion, honest gooes and fair prices. with ono slender gloved hand touching J. f. Caili, Stanford; her cheek, with tho result of making the nnd I wish you nil good night." Youth's William Gooch, Sunlord, Ky. Companion. BAUGHMAN, attitude n marked aud raging fashion S II. Shanks, l'resident. that entiro season. Now York Times. " Owsley, Caihier. FIRE AND STORM W. M. Hrlghl, Teller, What lln .Mr;iut. lirALKK I am receiving one of the most decant lines ol Ono of the neighbors' littlo boys was Mr. I.jiiii Union's Ideas ofl'lass. MIM.MNKKV ever handled in Stanford, selectItlcrcliamliNc, Mrs. Lynn Linton, who lias been going to a fancy drexs party last night in ed ulthau antsof this tcw to the .. Representing expe. trade. NATIONAL BANK an Addison in petticoats, is n tho guiso of a medkuvnl lord of high de- rler.ceJ Miss NoraIsWelch, or Cincinnati, an and called And Country Produce, with me this season Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; great lover of tho theater and owns to gree. In tho afternoon ho camo running guaranteetrimmer, vtu cverrthms to bo In the latest and moil llasopcOL'd Ins sio.k of goods and is OF STANFORD. KY. serve the people ie The ladles Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; liking best tho play that amuses when in next door with tho announcement: approved fashion.goods, which I are invited lo call oflcrine unheard of Stanford nnd 1rin1ly, Iwant or llaralns and all uho will take pleasand examine my "Oil, Miss S , you oughter khj tho the villain comes to grief and tho good good at thu lowest potsihle prices should ure iu shuwmi;. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Capital Stock call on him on Ley a Avenue MISS I.ICCIK DKAZLEV 63 girl marries the hero. Sho calls plays things I'm goin to wear to tho party toIns. Co. of North America. "fairy tales for grownups" which servo night! There's a doublet an hose, an a Surplus big hat with a feather in, an a gold chain, ' Companies. I would a gracious purpose in diverting us from All of which are Attention of the public is invitad li tho fac "In nn earlier ago we an a cloak lined with vermin!" Ho probbe pleased touaito my friends in this line. Pol. life's tragedies. that this is thu only National Itank in Stanford icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornaHtol'KlETOK needed tragedies on tho stago; lifo was ably meant ermine. New York Tribunj. Under the prowsions of the National Hank Act B. BILEY.lProprlotor. does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning F. depositors nre secured not only by the camtal then so much fuller of Maypolo dancing without additional charge stock, but bv the stockholders liability (or an - Kentucky. Office at First National lUnk, Stanford. lliitrottlui; it I'n r kii n. loilay wo uvo out our tragedies and London, amount r.pial to the stock, so that depositors ol this Institution are secured by a fund of J.oo.ooo. A Leeds gossip writes: "An amusing turn to tho htago for our Maypolo danchlANKORl), KENTUCKY. I have moved to iny new HoteHand am bettei five iworn statements of tht condition of ever to Falls Branch Jellico CoalfCo., ing as lookers on, becauso wo aro not etory comes from 'Aberdeen awa',' prepared thanattached accommodatn the public are made each yearto the United States the bank dpgovernHaving purchased of A. T, Nunnelley his hv whero tho minister of a certain kirk Good livery me a can. and every convenience free to join in tho dance." .... ..... ......vi. aic csammea at staNd tunesireil. Olve Miners anil shippers of the GENUINE ery business can ha lound at hisold stnnd rrjdy by eovernment agents, thus FRANK RII.EY. has incurred the displeasure of his consecuring addilitona 77 to wait on the public at any time day or mlii ancTpetfect safety to depositors. Nothing but gregation by wearing scarlet eocks iu Dt'uT ronton anil the Telephone. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in tj8,the0 Professor Lanilois of Lyons says that church. IIo has been remonstrated with FIRST-CLASned as the National Hank ol Stanford in i6s and : TURNOUTS Try it. We are tho sole agents for Stanford !and persons whoso organ of hearing "is again the Klnt National lUnk ol not on tho vanity of such bright colors, but Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rail shall leavo my stablo and my prices will be ns Sunlord in iS8, has had practically an uninteriwrfectly Bound uhould avoid tho tele- remains immovable, and his congregacrossing. road rupted existence of sj years. law as the lowest. Don't forget my Stanford and is belter supplied HIGGINS & WATTS. 6 phone, as even in a comparatively ro- tion aro in tho meantime severely boy- now with laci htles for transacting business prompt gwm Rowland 'bus line. ly and liberally than ever before in its long bust organ its continuous usois followed cuiuug nun umu no reunquisues tlio i and honorable career. Accounts of corporations: fiduT. r. CLAKk'M r.STKAUD, JK. by symptoms moro or less grave ceph- red hose." London ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully aolic- alalgia, vertigo, hypencathesin, in&om-ni- a The Directory ol this Hank is composed el Might IIo WiiriH. and bometimes psychical disturbT. J. Foster, of Stanford; Crummcr Why. you havo a cold, ances of u character which might bePkACriCAL KorostuReid, Lincoln county j STANFORD, KV., haveu't you? come chronic J.W. Hayden, Stanford ; and Steam Fitters. Plumbers Gilleland Dob't tell vIS.H. Ifaughman, Lincoln; De cold isli bad enoughbt widoubt Ciiiiiclciicu .Money Sent to .Stamford. M.J. Miller, Ml. Vernon; Dealers in all kinds nf Iron and Ilrais Goods lor Town Treasurer Robert Swartwout of gettin cures foh it! S. T. Harris, Lincoln; steam and water. Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All work guaranteed against, defective material and Truth. J. S. Hockcr, Stanford; This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now Stamford, Conn., recently received an a! workmanship. 37 in tuy charge and I intend to conduct it so as to anonymous letter postmarked New York C. A. Lackey, Lincoln; not. only maintain ill high reputation, but to add An American Coructly I'robulily. T. P. Hill, Stanford. inclosing a $1,000 treasury note. The to its long list ol friends. Special accommodaATW. G. Welch, Stanford; Mr. Firstnight Is everything full DR. W. tions for commercial travelers aid fin rooms,for letter reads, "Pieaso put this $1,000 to thedUploy of samples. Haven't you even one seat for me? JesaeThompson's Barber Shop, tho credit of Stamford taxes of lbTO." officers:1'4' Sun,ord' Cashier Do-r- t w troubled. Tho letter was not registered, and no ono If you AIFirst-Clas- s I. S. lfocker, President;) Saloon' " are three of the lieu" will wait till thj second act, thero will There are aUo excellent Hath Rooms run in conJohn J. McRoberts, Cashier; Ofhce South side Main street, in office recta There FOOL ROOMS attached has any idea of the identity of the sender. bo And BILLIARD and plenty of room- .- Texas Sif tings. tacated by Or. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky, It is supposed to bo conscience money uaction. Afent lor I viintftim .Steam L,auudr. A. A. McKiuney, Asitttanl Cashier. JOSEPH COFFKY. l'nrlnn Marble. It has often lecn said that tho Parian marble was exhausted by tho ancients, but such is not tho case. Tho chief Athenian sculptor of today, Mr. Broutos uses it commonly for his finer work, though ho also uses tho Pentclec marble for largo statues and groups. Tho Parian is whiter, tho Pentelec inclining to gray Tho latter is sandy and gritty ns compared with tho Parian, whilo tho defect c a, v of the Parian mnrblo is its larger crystalline character, especially if it is not JIbsoMely carefully quarried. Tho best of the modern quarries aro freofroin this fault. Professor audit is A cream of tarter baking pow- uses. Histhis which tho 'TwelveBrouto. reliefs of Gods' der. Higcst of all in leavening all exceedingly beautiful, and particstrength. Latest United States ularly tho "Pallas" and "Mars" arc carved in slabs of tho most transparent Government rood Report. Parian marble. Thero is now a chanco for somo enerROYAL'.BAKING POWDER CO., getic American to "comer" all tho Pa106 Wall St., New York. rian marblo in tho world, except that which has left tho quarry and been carved into statues, temples, etc. An islander of Paros, who own9 tho marble 1 will open on January 16th, 1893. a Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ot mountain, wishes to sell it subject to a Jersey milk to the people of Stanford and Rowlease, which is not likely to bo operative, land at the lolloping prices, delivered: uevuubtt mi) teasing panics uavo exFresh Milk, per gallon 70 cents hausted themselves in building tracks, Skimmed Milk, por gallon 10 cents elevators and such things to get tho mar8 cents Uultcr Mlllc, per gallon ble out and do not seem to have capital I wilt make two trips dally. The patronage ol the enough to go on with tho work of qunr-ryinpublic is solicited. G. A. PEYTON, yr. Stanford, Ky. Boston Adverti&er. qa Bakincr First-Cla- Your purse, after you havo asked voui "best girl" and her mother out to dine Scribncr's Magazine. IIo Knew tho Story. PI Three : Big : Stores lit ;c In Kentucky and one WHOLESALE STORE in Cincinnati, Ohio. Now, as I buy in quantities I am able to sell you goods Commercial McKIN.NKV, KY Hotel, Hotel at Cheaper Than Anybody IT. FEUD, ,."' bought ahore mentioned and have attached a yowaer Sustoxrvillo, Z7. Pure jrAKTES FRITE, & Poultry Remedy ss 50, At Almost HALF PRICE. 9- VEAGER 91-- 1 ESTRAY. umi mmm y PJLCFWB, PliOW rirtt-cla- ti -- THE SHELTON A COMPLETE LINE Farmers Bank&Trnst Wo as. p.iaiiicG(NB9 IHo tlicm a Call. ' J HILTON 1 Ao DRUGGIST And PENNY, R. AND JEWELER proli-cle- 111 . - E. W. SMITH, ENGINEER, Stanford, Engraving Beautifully and Artistically Done pa-poli- J. II. TO THE LADIES. C. D. PO WEI,!,, IK- INSURANCE AGENT General ko-h- -:- 1 FIRST 11 11 hrst-cla11 si THE RILEY HOUSE W. C. HUTOHI1TGS, $200,000 20,500 claus-esattach- Livery and Feed Stable, 1 - -- Original Jellico Coal. "'L 'il """" : S l 1 1 Tit-Bit- s. THE 60FFEY HOUSE STR&ITB&CO., .. JOSEPH COFFEV, Pro'r. Sh-h-- h! any-wo- h. Ker-cho- ker-cho- ker-cho- -- R PENNY Dentist. - 37-- tf Lrrr"1 -i t