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McKeo is conducting n A letter from Taylor, Texas, convej s Mci' Murphy died Wednesday morn- - meeting nt Junction City. tho iiowa of tho death of C. B. Davidson, ' mK Hev. Ben Helm's meeting Silver a young mm of at, who had been a mib- Mr" MMr vera years a Creek Chapel, Madison county nthad re- Bcriber to this paper for a number of c Zl'" of Junction City, now of Knox- sulted in conversions ti last re- years. '""-Wm. Terry, an aged citizen of the , ports. -- Mr. Chas. II. Kodea is in Washing Bov. A. V. Sizomoro will preach at Highland neighborhood, died Thursday Tore our Store to pieces and Judge N. Sandifer lias begun lagan's Creek next Sunday at .'1 o'clock. night, leaving a wife, but no children. the erection of Ii!h now house on Lex- - Thd Sunduy-Bchco- l will be organized Tho remains were interred next day in the Mt. Moriah burying-ground- , then nlso.H :. after a j -M' T-ra"k Tim Importer e.iys that Dr. Pearce'a sermon by Elder J. G. Livingston. ; stirring ee.cs havo I wif homo iimuy ney hihi u. . n.uierion nave returned meeting The long expected end came nt 11 at tho Methodist clnir Ji in Som nessed. 1 preached in KiehlamlH the from Thousands of dollars worth of goods, but wc arc Martinsville, In! .curetl they think t is increasing in interest and that a.m. Saturday when Mr. Evan Waters, day the negroes were lynched; saw of rheumatism. nntn lontli Inruuulru tliey wcm there had bean i;j additions to the time who hud been tliout in a fow minutes after A daughter whs an arrival nt tlio quietly breathed his last at that hour of of its publication. hunt:. Have eroded the rugged inoun home of Mr. mid Mrs. A. S. Drake FriA Sunday-schoo- l the quiet valleys; day h.ii been organised a complication of diseases. He was born tains and traveled night. Mm. Drake was formerly ntCofley's school-homhills, ' wandered over the "blue-granand .Mr. J. C. Marcli 15, 1810, aud marrifd Miss Sallie ElMihi KlHo Hriice. McClary was elected superintendent. Cook Oct. 10, 1S3S. Of tho children born And ready to wait on the trade. We can now oe found at Jim been a guest in the liotiseof the wealthy, whack-lo- n John Loveless, who broke his more's store-housin Mr. William Diugherty wis made as- to them, six survive George It. Waters, a visitor In tho homes of tho poor ami and He.qted from tho sistant superintendent. TJie school has Mrs. Mary B. Kirtley, Mrs. Maggie of tho itinerant, lowly. Such is tho life about ton davn Hgo, was by 110 scholars and Mrs. Annie Helm, John L. and Joo starts out under favorain which is strangely commingled light lvt'JI"-,- rrench Saturday night ble auspices. The hour of meeting is F. WaterB, all of whom bear tho impress ami drirkneRH. iov and sorrow, life and ..v An infant son of Dr. K. B. Johns, of :uo p. m. of having been trained in the nurture death. Yet through it all shines the Lexington, formerly of Danville, manand the A minister preaching his farewell and admonition of the Lord, by the good brightness of our Father's love Where goods can be bought aged to get possession of hoiiiu etrych-ninsermon mid: "I loivo yonlbrethreii, for old pair, who for nearly 55 years lived in glories of itu eternal life. pillH Friday und took them with three re mm Urrt, you do not lovo me: harmony and contentment. In early Our homo Is at Cedar JJIuH', a villus fatal resultn. if you did, you would pay mo my salary: life Mr. Waters joined tho Christian Norfolk .te Western railroad, ami on tho B. F. l'erklim will run tho Cumbersecond, you do not love ono another; if church, but after his marriage united hrough it Hows C inch river and Indian land Hotel nt Mlddlesborougii wlien ho you diil thero CS?" would be more weddings with his wife with the Baptist church, Damaged goods at your own price. Creek. Surrounded by towering iiioiiu nestling in a small val reinovcH thero in a few days. Tills house and lust lighting; third, the Lord docs in which for 41 years ho has been a dea tains and snugly waa formerly managed by A. Tribble, of not love you; if Ho did there would bo con aud a most active member. During ey, wo havo what might bo termed a the Gilcher Hotel. h's illnes. lie told his pastor that ho was more funerals." village. Many of our people farmer's Dr. Dunhp was culled to Perryville Tim u tra wave that swept ready and willing to go; that all was well own farms. Out of 1!00 inhabitant a Monday at 1 a m. to perform an opera- over Hopkinsvillo during and immedi- with his soul. On several occasions durlarge per cent, are farmers. Wo have a tion on tlio ten year-oldaughter of .Mr. ately following Sam Jones' meetings ing his last few days ho requested his nice now church and a parsonage here. Tlioman Mitchell for intestinal obstruct- there to stand by his bed sienn to hivu vanished in thin air. little There is a nine months' bcIiooI. We ion. At noon Monday tlio patient was The dancing fever, which for a time sub- nnd sing his favorite soug, "Oh, think of grist nulls, two saw mills, one progressing havo two satisfactorily. sided, has broken out afresh and they the Home over there," and when his woolen mill, six stores, two blacksmith Carter Withers, son of Mr. Garloy do say that tho Bad Mrs. Ferryman, eang it who closed shops, two doctors, n shot! ahop und wagonmaker's Withers, Will Dunn, son of Mr. Kiohard up their establishments, did so only tem for him during his last hours of condlery and harness shop, a Dunn, and George Silliman, son of Chief porarily, as it did not pay to run them sciousness, ho tried to join in the song chop, and adjoining tho depot htands tho of Police Silliman, wero out hunting till tlio storm had passed. Having lived well, he died well, ind illuu, a neat, new and Jiluo Sulphur Saturday, when young Withers was shot lustrated fully "How blest tho righteous The fraternal feeling existing roomy building, near which tho noted accidentally in ono leg. Tho extent of when he dies. To the dear old wife, the churches hero was exemplilUnu Sulphur Spring, whoo waters are New stock, styles and shades. the wound is not known at time, fied Sunday night, when all the pastors who stood by him so many yeirs, we nt Idtie a tho dentiis of a midsummer (Saturday evening) Kich of this thp boys gave up their eor vices to attend the tender our heartfelt sympathy. The sep aky, aud the healing powers of which is from to 15 years of ago. meeting at tho Presbyterian church. Let aration from her loved one cannot be water is said to bo the are noted. Tho brotherly love continue. It will do more long and soon they will meet again nevbeot appetizer known in this section. CRAB ORCHARD. to convince sinuers that there is eome er more to part, in a land that is fairer In theso surroundings wo havo tried Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, is Hero Mrs. Ireno Burke, of Junction City initig in religion tuan a dozen sermons than day. May the reunion of tho fam to help you see tlu village as it ily there be complete and around the Landreth's Garden Seed at dwells a happy and contented people. is visiting her father, Mr. W. F. Dlllion. on doctrinal issues. Sam Jones, the evangelist, is going great white throne in Heaven may their though they be, are Mrs. Jaoi Cooper, of Louisville, is visitHere, unpolished minds of capacity and power, iiero, ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. around ids homo town, Cartersville, Ga., praises ascend forevermore. Tlio remidst this grand scenery, are orators Kedd. Mrs. Cliarles Uedd, Jr., lias been with a pistol in his pocket, looking for a mains were brought to the Baptist New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Baptist preacher named Dobbs, who has church here Sunday, and after a sermon worn, gifted sons of liberty, who shall quite nick, but is improving. by Rev. A. V. Sizemore, wero followed Dudder-rar'and oratory Prof. I)itH)u,who lives near been speaking unkindly of him. Mr. yet with tl.ir eloquence It. I). KING. GEORGE B. PREWITT. mill, liaH been hero quite n while Jones very noveroly denounced Dobbs to tho grave in Buffalo Cemetery by a thrill tho coming ages. It Ib inspiring to tho banks of our limpid instructing our band boys. Ho is from the pulpit and it is said that ho too large concourse of friends, who held tlio ataud upon streams, listening to tho ripple and the thorough in music, and gives general carries a shooting iron. Too much talk deceased for bo many years in such high roar of tho rushing water, while behind satisfaction wherever employed. Ho is engaged in by tho Methodist and Bap- esteem. Following were the honorary MORELAND, KY., us lie tho beautiful valley in calm seren- from England, where ho received a tist church members is the cause of tlio Dr. II. P. Bosley, Dr. David rugged moun- musical education, and ha boon most trouble. We have opened up a nice line ot ity. Hoforo us rioes tho -- Owing to Uev. W. A. Slaymaker's Logan, Joseph McClary, Sr, John S. tain iu its grandeur. As wo view its tow- successful with all his classes, both on tho piano aud o gn. He is a clever mishap ho was unable to till his pulpit Murphy, and theso the active: B. K. utiinmit, behold it in its uwd-iering Hpirimr sublimity, wo pause, and in its genial gentleman, and deserves a share Friday night and Be v. W. F. Arnold was Wearen, J. N. Menefee, J. II. McAiister, pressed into service. Ttev. J. H. Weav- M. F. Elkin, W. II. Harris, J. L. Bruce. lormation trace tho Ilium Divine. How of tho public patronage. A relative of Mr. Waters contributes We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get The following was li.tnded us by a er arrived Saturday nnd Bince then has tho suggestions of rami it is to listen to the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, speaks for Hod' Yet friend of tho family There was a reun- preached twice daily to large nudionces, tlio following: Nature as slio The last time ho ntteuded church which enables us to make very low prices. R ises of steel nails $2 per sweeter still is it when to tho ion of the family of James Gnstineau, of who wero greatly pleased with bis expo grander, troubled breast, hching heart and stormy Bee Lick, March !M. Mr Gastineau is sition of tho Scriptures. He has a clear, here, in November, he went to the cem- keg, do. wire nails $2.30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in life tho Master's voice is heard, solt and 70, Ins wife 71. They havo been mar- ringing voice, a good delivery and seems etery iu tho afternoon by himself, visit- proportion. ried 53 years and are tho parents of ten deeply in earnest in his work. Services ed tiie graves of his aged friends, w ho Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you low, as it murmurs, "Peace, be still!" Bkxj O. Hohtok. boys aud ono girl. Mrs. Gastiueau's will be held duily nt 10 a. m. and 7:;50 ! had been laid to rest there, and said money Fiatemally, that so interested did ho become in the motbur, Mrs. Nancy Barron, was at the M. till further notice. Cotton mnlcs, 2 pr. broke mules and nice saddle horse for sale. B3i-- 5 Rolof Honor Tho Midway Clipper bays that Uev. place that he lingered quite a while nnd reunion, is 00 yeais old Jand can rido cfc The following is tho roll of honor of horseback 15 miles a dy. Her mental A. S. MoU'ett has decided to sever his felt that boon he would ba brought thero Public Park Academy for the month faculties are unimpaired. Tho oldest pastoral connection with the church to sleep witli those who had gone before. boy is o I, the youngest ', nil staunch there and will rcalio his long cherished Ho Baid that he becamo perfectly reconending March 17, 1M3GhadkNo. 1. Win. Darat, W; Win. democrats ami taught by their father wish to become a foreign missionary. ciled to the inevitable thatafternoonand Hendricks, 1)0; John Lynn, M; Thomas never to scratch a ticket. Noiglibois Tho obstacles which prevented him from longed to be at rest. Some five weeks ago he was talking of Shanks, 07; Nan Watson, S7; Julian and friends to tho number of "00 wero entering the Hold sooner have been rePhilips, 00. moved and he will sail some time iu Ju- "Tho Home over there," and said, "I present to enjoy tlio sumptuous repast Bourne, 00; Lillian n .Anna Darst. OS; Cleland Fast- - spread for this occasion aud we hope ly or August for Pernatnbuco, Brazil, to know I must go soon and I am ready for Are invited to. land, l3; Louisa Kislland, 05; Jas. Sauf theio will bo many more meetings be- fill tho vacancy occasioned by tlio ap- the summons. I feel that I have not ley, TO; George Saulluy, 00; Thou. Wine, fore any aro called to separate never pointment of Dr. Smith to the presiden- douo much for my Savior, but I have 03; Victor Ballou, 00, Amanda Tliarp, mom to meet. Tho most remaikable cy of the Presbyterian Seminary at Nova done the best could, and He is with me feature is tiiat there has never been a Friburgo, Brazil. Mr. Moilett'fl depart- now in tlio hour of my Buffering. 1 want Uild, 00; Guy Ballou, Bingio deatii in this family. ure will bo keenly felt, not only by his Dr. Bosley aud Dr. Logan, two friends James No. Our store and see the great own church, but also by tho whole com- that have stood by me through life, com1H. Judge DuUosc, of Memphis, seems munity. forted me in the sixth trouble and in the Hale, OS; Steele Bailey, So. to bo all soils of a scamp. Mrs. Leo, seventh didn't forsake me I want them 07; Kvelyn Kastland, 05. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. to be near me on my journey to the Warren, 00; Caswell who went to iiis houso to appeal for No. 5. Nellie grave, to precede my body thither and Moncfee, 00; Lottie clemency for iter husband, was crimiSauiley, OS, John Two now lamps havo been put up ' Made in the display of our immense stock of Warren, 00; Hobert Woods, 03; Hobert nally assaulted, so she testifies, and oth- in front of the Catching Block. Now be by the side of tho grave when I am er women swore before;, the investigatput away." He then named the other Morelaud 00; Susie Hatclier, OS. light 'em. and honorary Hatcher, OS; Iva Leo ing committee tint he had made similar No.0.-Car- rio Mrs. Dave Jacksou is Bick with inproposals to them. Wine, 00; Ella M. Nowland, 03; Clay flammatory rheumatism. Mrs. Caroline all of whom cheerfully performed the Dobbins it D.i.ey, cotton brokers of duties ho assigned them, and all of his 07; Jasper Clem, 03; Cliarles Thompson is very ill with grip. Matting, &c, in the new room in the Cooper 05; Josepiiino Nashville, with branch ollices at St. Lou00; Fdward The sidewalk between J. T. Wil- directions were carried out to the letis, Jackson aud Now Orleans, havo aster. 05. Warren, liams' and the depot has been repaired Tho f.unilv will ever remember with The names ol pupils attaining a gener- signed, Liabilities 1700,000. The spe- and whoever did it de&crves the thanks infinite plessure and inexpressible gratal average of 03, or over, in daily recita- cial debts cover over $:;00,000and the as- of the town. sets aro scattered over many States. tions and monthly examinations, aie Photographer John Laws and Bill itude the kindness of all his neighbors, The former Carpet Department has been shelved for our large Sho In a diy goods box (looting down Williams left last week, but their friends who were thero in numbers both day of honor. placed on the roll the river near St. Joseph, Mo., were don't know where they are. McCalla nnd night during the last weeks of his stock, which is second to none anywhere. For Gents', Ladies' and 0. H. Holmes, Principal. found live dead bodies, nil in a decom- Fitzgerald will go iuto Miss OkttikTiumimoni), AVt. tho National illness, and with tender sympathy and a Children's posed state. It is thought that the peor as and W. H. Carrier, willingueas that was refreshing to witBank William Peterson, a former Louis- ple were murdered but it is not known who now occupies that position, will go ness, helped to administer to his overy ville mercliaut, but recently from Chicago from whence they come. with tho Altamont & Manchester rail- wish. The wife of Charles Hogan, of Day- road Co. found dead in the Cavo Hill CemeCome and see us. was at an increased salary. A year ago Mrs. Henry Hackman, of tery, Louisville, with a bullet hole ton, Ohio, threw a bottle of vitroil into I was at the river near Rock Castle Cincinnati, becamo totally dumb. A few through his brain. His body was lying tiie face of her husband just as ho was Springs Wednesday and Thursday and Jealously was succeeded in landing two lino fish. One, a days ago her speech was restored, and of his wife and child. sitting down to dinner. betwoen the graves contain-iiiglOthe cause and tho husband will in all pike, weighed HA pounds and measured the day was made one of festivity. He left a noto to W. W. Morris, After two days had elapsed site again MEN'S AND BOY'S aud requesting him to bury him probability lose his sight. !2 inches, aud a salmon weighing about became dumb and is still so. Pfelldr has broken the record 5 pounds, aa well as several suckers. Senator the money. with At last the term of tho Hardin Caswell Bennett, a on of Cheif Jus- aud hat appointed a woman clerk c( his (Yes, aud it will take a sucker to beCounty Circuit Court, ltobert Creager, tice Bennett, has been arrestod and committee "to examine tlio several lieve that 11 pound pike Htory. Ed.) an old Federal soldier, was indicted for lodjjed in jail at FranKfort on a charge of branches of the civil service." The The Commercial National Bank of grand larceny. Thursday night, while his father's namo to a check for woman is his daughter. Tlio place is forging son's a year. suspend been Nashville IS. Judge Bennett says that his some worth $1,100 Hawkins, a wealthy Fay- owing to has failure forced to Nashville despondent, ho committed suicide by seriously impaired taking an overdose of morphine. John L. of the the reason lias been A solid gold brick, weighing 500 ette county farmer, after drinking heavi- branch of the firm of Dobbins & Dazey. Cincinnati, Firl Moore, colored, ly in Lexington, could not sleep when The famous Liberty bell will bo ex- pounds and worth $150,000 will ho exAt Becond-hanBtore he went home. To produce sleep, he hibited at the World's Fair. It will be hibited in the Mines ami Mining buildstolen pistol from a a man with whom ho had just took a large dose of laudanum, which taken from Philadelphia in a special car, ing at tho World's Fair by u Helena, to kill Montana, mine owner. guarded by four policemon. quarreled. He shot at his man. but caused his death. sou of Dr. Johns, in A The largest aquarium in tho world JUST IN A unristtan uuurcii was missing him killed another negro, at Lexington, swallowed a number of pills, dedicated at Moberly, Mo., and Elder is being completed at the World's Fair. seemingly satisfied. which he was cf every in his -- Cholera is again raging with terrible which he found corpse. father's ollice, Briney a Kentuckian, chosen over L'5 to A specimen bo iu it fish in American and was soon a waters will the pastorate. KuMian peasants. effect among tho Some ol Its Scenes and Incidents Depicted by an Itinerant Preacher. j lEdilor Interior Jou'nal J !W- .-I havo! Ckimu Bluit, Va., March often thought of sending you bo.no items ...., V...S-- (I... ...... il. IV... tl.li, ..u umiMiUMUt rnnwr nf 'inil f W.I nAinliiSnn Will (trim linn Itnw-t- l n rumillv Illlflli ........I.. 1. ...... ....tu'.l.ul hardly know of what each other that I to write. Since wo left the "oW folk wt i """ n. '' THE CYCLONE ,"''"" G'r. ( ert-e- I I mr-l- r AGAIN TO THE FRONT, e s o work-hou- so Oolu-ma- ! r .,-.- ,. rf DARSTTOKmNT, "3 STEPHENS & KNOX. o CHEAPER Than EVER d grand-childre- SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. grand-daughte- r, be-twe- cn 1 1 Wo Bo MoMOBERTS, s KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, pall-bearer- s- n Dry KING PBEWITT. - I!'-- YOU S 1 -- X X .j.-J- Mdio IMPROVEMENT CJJ pall-heare- pall-beare- rs, Itu-ple- Zim-me- r, jSl. JcKj P JtU" JL k!Di book-keepe- Fine Footwear, gB3V3E3RANOB3 & HON. CLOTHING! New Stock, H. d New Styles, two-year-ol- d J. McROBERTS. 4s?.j ttsit zrtk- i-- i i--- J fc?- - 4"'iAal &' - "T UHi 5f " "wjr1 PH KTin.ri Semi-Week- ly I 2 T InteriorJouknal - K: Stanford, Ky., March 23 ,1893 W. P. WALTON. SIS : PAGES. iaiX3A.y. 0E3 VBBT IK l i" h 1 I much Tom foolery exhibited in tins busThe blaze started in tho basement nnd iness, though it seems wo must have it , iS 7 .7 f cut off every avenue of escape. AJll'VLO. UlCr KjLVllCLHU U'ttlt, JltVO K30UUIO fcO UUItJlUlC. iUVO if it does come high. A law to do away of a quarrel brought UllSl OpCliea As the result with it all would meet with popular faabout by business rivalry Thomas Catt-let- t, politicians. vor if it did go awry to the Jr., wan shot and killed by Ieaacand , editor of tho New The Tennessee House by a vote of S4 Abo WolUbrotbers, at Owenton. Col. E. F. girl of EllnFugate, a York Mail andExprese.died Friday from to 4 decided to impeach Judgn DuBose. he effects of ether, administered for the of Memphis. Even the deposed speaker, Brazil, Ind., has eaten nothing for 20 to be purpose of finding if a surgical operation who now occupies a seat on the floor, davs. A little brother died recently and was necessarylfor supposed stone in the with charges of having received SoOO for she is anxious to die bo that she can go ladder. The colonel had long been a presenting a bill hanging over him, vot- to him. target for newspaper wits from the fact ed yea. Verily in Tennessoc, as well as It is just live weeks before the doors tliat he mixed hU politics with religion in other places, politicians as well as pol- of tho Wor'd's Fair will be thrown open to an unusual extent. He would print a itics are very properly described by to tho public, but a groat deal of work verso in the Bibleand alongside it light Judge Jewell in his famous remark. has to be done yet to get them in presentable shape. into tho democratic party and occasionThe Synod of Kentucky will meet at Gov. McCrkaky, who is said to stand ally the Southern people and give them In a fit of wild delirium, resulting Louisville today. Rev. Rutherford, of h ail Columbia. He was a man of some pretty close to the throne, got in his from a severe attack of typhoid fever, Paris, is moderator. , work Saturday in the appointment of genius, and having married a Vandor-biltJoseph Huston, a prominent young merr at chant of Bloomfield, shot nnd instantly was enabled to display it in a Mrs. Ruth Burton to bo he NKW ADYKKTISKM ENTC newspaper, which possibly he could not Tnylorsville. Mrs. Burton held the of- killed Albert Murphy, his best friend. administra$2,000,-00- 0 have dono had itjbeen forced to live on fice under Cleveland's other It has beeu discovered that tion, but was removed to make room for its merits alone. has been paid out by tho Pension His entire interest in the a republican before her timo was out, Bureau under a ruling made in 1S70, Tub appointment of J. B. Eustis to hence the summary proceedings. have been errone which is now said to HOUSK. 1 On the n.tfht o. March ,jd a HA" on the Frendi.tinirsioii shows that Mr. ell hliid ous, and the payments consequently old, heavy mate and tail, knot Thk row among the Kentucky lady Cleveland does permit malice to find a Uk. slight "llr marlc n loft shoulder; Ain illegal. IUraiuary condition; ihows harness marks. lodgement in hisjbreaet. Senator Eu9tis commissioners to the World's Fair, "Burk" Mannin's trinl before tho reward will be siven fur laid horse or for liilormaAmerican which has assumed such huge proporwrote an article for the North Rowan county circuit court for the kill- ,7Cn"""nShimA.II FISH, Crab Orch.nl Review in ISSo, in which he ripped Mr. tions, causes Editor O'Sullivan, of the ing of tho Logan boys in 1SS7 resulted in Cleveland fore and aft for not distribut- Louisville Critic, to paraphrase aa follows: au acquittal.! Villi is tho last who on ing thcspoilsland for arrogating to him-el- f "0 woman, in our hours of ease, uncerAud- the docket counected with the Rowan the functions of political censor, tain, coy and hard to please, but when it county war. greater and wiser .than any member of comes to raising a breeze in a ColumbiMv mother, Mrs. Kate Duddrtir, has mil mil A. C. Wilson, the manager of a flour-mi- ll Iron, the cities with an elecant line of his party. There are not many men who an meeting, you tako the cheese. Tomkinsville, shocked lincry, embracing company at apparently forgive and could so easily The fourth assistant postmaster, Rob- that community Sunday by eloping with ALL forget tho very severe criticisms that 3:5 fourth the young nnd handeome wile of Jns. runs through the entire lehgth of the ert A. Maxwell, decapitated will h c lull control. This is not Graven. Wilson is a married man with Of the scain, of which she article. But then as Burns might say, class postmasters Saturday. She alto engaged a will iinvu to work four children. even with his faults, Mr. Clevnland is a a bad record, but he Many good citizens of Massachusetts FIRST-CLAS- S machinery if he wishes his guillotine by man of men for a' that and for a' thnt. of an election for DRESS MAKER. to break that of Adlai Stevenson, who have grown weary and other State ollicers every of the held the same noaition under Cleve Governor Whenever Laurio Blakely, Mr. W.T Heard, who cuts by the only Parisian year, anJ are moving for biennial elec Scientific Tailor System in the V,"!rU ?UU,V"" perpetrate a land's first administration. "Newport Journal, wishes to ir. IUimuc tions. Some are in favor of hiennial cludine Ihe Smleii torments I.ateit III ceis UieMrs and Waists, also peculiarly atrocious pun he adds "as 9 ol To the Democracy of Lincoln County. session of the Legislature. Skirts and Wraps. Call and examine my stocl lor your order Walton would say." This might be exbill gets through Millinery belore buying and leave pat fvor we If Senator Saxon's yourdreiM. Thanking jou fir At a recent meeting of tho Democratasperating but for the fact that the old ic State Central Committee a resolution the Legislature of New York and it solicit same And ask a continuance of the patronage extended the firm of Higgins MAKV DAVIS nuniiKKAK. man has become looney since his hend 1 was adopted for a reorganization of the was made a special order by 20 to & VanArsdalc, and will make it to the interest of others to trade with was turned by the presentation of of then any man who Bells horse pools in mc. The books and accounts have been transferred to me and I will cane and the suggestion of local committees, which are to consist for each voting precinct in tlm ritiea of that State must, upon conhe be chosen one member continue the latter with all who desire. Col. Polk Johnson that viction, go to the penitentiary for oi o resofSyClothiiifj, Hoots aud Shoes will be sold regardless oncost to close speaker of the newspaper House of leg- the county. In obedience to this year. islators. It dopsn't take much to turn lution au election will be held in each out stock. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. a head that has become whitened with voting precinct on Saturday, April Sth for the purpose of selecting a committeeage and people have learned to bear with Wanted. Three or four smnll pigs 2 the foibles and excentricities of such old man. The election will be held from at once. E. C. Walton. to 5 i. m. and the democratic voters preschatterboxes. A Daviess county man has a mule Articles to Suit the Most Fastidient shall be empowered to choose the ofIS hands high, which weighs 1,500 lbs. ous. A complete line of Our lady readers will be interested to ficers of the election, two judges and a A. F. Moberly sold to an East End hear that Prof. Bummpelpfeffer, of Ber- clerk, the lutter to vote on all subjects cattle at party a bunch of two year-ollin, has discovered a bacillus cozenius, upon which the judges disagree. The 2Jc. s a remarkable green germ which, indige- result Bhall bo certified and the Uriah Dunn sold to O. B. Perkins at of the nous to women, manifests such a high returned to the chairman Lancaster court yesterday a mule for order of discriminative instinct or intelli- county committee, who is directed to Of Kvery Description, gence as to persistently boycott man as a certify the result in five days thereaf- $135. Will Cook and Jake Hobinson sold field productive of either the necessaries ter. Good men only are wanted on the R. E. Thompson o0 hogs weigh ing 200 life. committees and democrats should see to or luxuries of has a column arti- that onlv active and true ones are select- pounds at 0 cents. The Courier-JournM.S. Banghman sold to Dick Gencle descriptive of the germ, which with ed. And try a work mule for 20.". Ho was bred its illustrious discoverer is treated scienIn obedience to the above, Chairman by Mr. B.'s fine jack. Complicated Watch Repairs and tifically aud humorously to a bewilder- J. B. Paxton has issued the following: D. M. Ferry's Garden Seed in bulk and package. All new seed. Wool.. I want to buy 100,000 lbs Artistic Engraving a Specialty. ing extent. The foregoing explains itself and the or more of wool. Will pay highest markNunnelley. call therein directed ia hereby made. All Roods sotd enj raved tree of charge. There will be an exhibit at the This organization is essential to the par- et price. A. T. sold to M. S. BanghUriah Dunn Your patronage reipei tfully solicited. World's Fair that will be worth going mules ty's welfare, and I sincerely hope that man yesterday a pair of many miles to see. A dispatch says that you will gather at your respective voting that he bought in St. Louis, for $273. 40 young women, who aro supposed to shoat, places those UBed at the last election Came to my houBe a represent the best types of beauty of the at the time named and select competent which the owner can get by paying for Old World, were Bhipped from Southmen as mejjbers of your county com- feed and this notice. Win. Beck. HUY TIIK CKLKHRATKI) ampton Saturday as a living ethnologicVery truly, mittee. John Raney bought of Thomas' C. al exhibition for the Fair. Forty pretty J. B. Paxton, White a lot of fat heifers at 3c and sold McKlNNEN.Ky.. women, like so many blackbirds, nil in a Dam. Countv Committee. to Johnson, of Boyle, a yoke of oxen for Ch'n ! be just too utterly too Won't it row 5(57..")0. too lovely for anything? NEWSY NUTES. J. P. Crow has placed his speedy Jon was anxious for his adversary to Alex C. in the hands of Al W. Edwards suicided at Paris John Having too much other buine on hand to see my Kavonte Harris- by taking an ounce of prosaic acid. write a book and Hutchings, of Danville. Look out for a after it prucrlyt I will sell capacity of jo Militat barrels .McKinney. They have a circulating . on's enemies have been busy of Hour per day and are in good repair. I will sell J. A. Holt has been appointed In iacri8 down for cash, balance George Alford sold for Billy Wright for the report that he would devote much at Flat Woods, Wayne county. iiireal e'tate. months, with intereJt. oi K. 1. TANNEU, McKinney of Kingsville, a to writing one, but ho stoutly of his time loo The Jeffersonville, Iud., penitentia- to Ed McOarty, denies it and it is hoped that he means ry Buffered a loss of SSO.OOO by lire Fristallion by Abdallah Messenger for ifoOO. Mr. McCarty will mako the seawhat ho says. Tho shelves of the bookday. Olive Points, three for i. sellers are groaning now beneath the Anniston, Ala., has organized a son with him nnd will give our readers MYERS HOUSE load of contributions to political litera- bank for tho exclusive use of the color- his description and pedigree in a few ture that are neither read nor are they ed brother. days. J3LBI.1G readable. A small crowd attended Lancaster Tho remains of tho late Jefferson . will be reinterred at Richmond, court yesterday and business was gener Miss Nancy Martin, of Indiana, who Davis P. W. GREEN, Prop. ally dull. About 65 cattle on the mar Va., May -spent all of her 103 years in single blessOf three murderers sentenced for life ket. A small bunch oi fat cattle oroiigiit edness, through choice of course, used to county, two are aged respective- 3c and the rest, which wero mostly tell with much prido of sitting once in a in Pike This stable, which Is mn n coni.ectlon with the 11 and 12 years. scrubs, sold at 1? to 2J. Several work .Myers House, nas oecn luppiiru wiui man's lap. As the man was no lees a ly rageJ in Minne- mules sold at $15 to $100. A great snow-storWashington, the personage than George A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, James P. Crow, owner of Belmont sota and South Dakota, the fn'.l of snow Buggies, Wagons, father of his country, Miss Nancy is ex- Kafnf un trroat- nq in ilpliti rim rulna -- V Chief 80S!) has booked three line mareB, UV.1UQ n ft." cused for the little indiscretion. of the great nil tUiiimer's Supplies nnd Is better than ever Dennis O'Leary, of Bristol, Pa., aged two of which are members .supply the public with prepaid Is Keceivinr Hit Mt. Vornou 8ignal Bays our pic- 93, shook bands with a robust young Wilkes family, to his fine stallion. Ho The Bias OF ALL KINDS. squeezed his baud so hard has also a mare from a man in Canada, ture of Col. W. 0. Bradley was tho best friond who horse. and piomptaltention givento Weddiogs it ever saw in a newspaper. Of course that the nails cut the palm of his hand. which will bo bred to the Bame for his Personaland llurlals, Parties artist is au fait in his Blood poison set in and the old gentle- By the way, you can look out P W GREEN, it was. Our special uooas warwiicu anu a icriccc Proprietor. guaranteed. Give me call. AL. 1IUIINS, Manager. man soon crossed over the river. horse advertisement in our next issue. line. Thomas St. Clair and is serving a horse stealing at Covington, who is endeavoring to weave quite a romance around his life. Ho says he did not comuiitjthe crime for which he but that a half brother, a social outcast, who resembles him vory closely, did. Ho refuses to divulge his real name, on account of the prominence of his family and tho fact that ho has two daughters at Vassar College. Before his incarceration he claims to have been an evangelist and to have written the words and music of a number of gospel songs. He also savs he wrote tho beautiful pobut as it em, "If I should die always been credited to Henry Ward has Beecher, this part of his story is about as improbable as the rest It is sufficient though to put tho sentimentalists to work and an effort is being made to secure a pardon for St. Clair. Shbi-abu- Theuk i3 a convict in tho Kentucky penitentiary who goes by tho narao of or su'-fer- s, tt At Owenton, this State, The. nnd Abe was shot to death by Isaac Wolf, brothers. Whisky was the trouble. A Washington special to a New York paper sUtes that President Cleveland has decided to call an extra session of Congress in September. In a friendly sculllo at tho Pcndon-ni- s Club, Louisville, Col. M. Lowis fell on Ed Fcrgueon and broke the Tin: titles of tho French and British Clark leg in two places. ministers to tho U. S. have been changed latter's city electrician of Nashville, The fiom ministers plenipotentiary and en elates that it would bo very danvoys extraordinary to ambassadors and Tenn., gerous for women wearing crinoline to our ministers to those countries will be cross the electric car tracks. advanced to the same rank. There is a Six persons were burned to death great deal of good money wasted and in au apartment house in Cleveland, O Cat-lo- court nt New Orleans holds that the nets of the trades' union in a strike wero unlnwful and that tho merchants who suffered thereby are entitled to injunctions and other relief. Anotherljudgo has ordered tho engineers and firemen of the complaining road to refrain from refusing to handle Ann Arbor freight. Eight engineers nnd quit work, assuming thnt they had an unquestioned right to do so. Thereupon Judge IUcks summoned them him nnd held them to answer for contempt of court in disobeying tho Injunction order. Ho laid down tho law to the effect that railway employes are not free to leave their employment at will, out can do so only after having given due notice, and accordingly held that these men wero liable to punishment for contempt of court in having disregarded the injunction order. This is a rather strange decision, but it seems that the labor unions are catching it in the neck everywhere. Tiik (J. S. flro-mon be-fo- ro Vera Avn, tho notorious Dis doBar, has been Font to the. Illinois penitentiary for stealing $73o. The Register publishes a list to show that there aro 19S citizens in Matlison who pay taxes on $10,000 and over. Joo Jefferson will be at Macauloy's, April :i, nnd already every seat In tho lower part of tho house has been sold. Tho Wntta Iron furnaces at Middlen-bor- o have been forced to shut down on account of a strike. -- Gov. McCrenry secured his first ap pointment of a postmaster Saturday, J. S. Hawkins at Wilmore, Jejsaminocoun- y "Just Back From East" With a new stock and we propose to do a SLASHING BUSINESS This spring. Bought 200 Pair Men's Shoes worth 2.50 to be sold at $1. 75 a pair. Look at them. Baby shoes 25 cts. a pair. Child's shoes 50 cents a pair. Misses' shoes 75 cents a pair. r PLOW SHOES t r 90 Cents ,,, A PAIR. Fancy light colored Calicos 5 cents a yard. New Line of Mulls, Satteens, Gloves i7-j7.,..rt- $5, $7. Boys' Suits at $2.50. ,,,, ir,.t o7. ir.j.. c.,j py, Child's suits, 75c All goods in the house LOWER TT31A.2r ELSEWHERE found. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I Have Purchased of W. H. Higgins. post-maste- HORSE STOLEN. I GROCERY Now Millixiory. THK NOVELTIES HifiDWaRE BOOTS fiumim SHOES f WWi? A BANK! THE JEWELER, J". :KI. 'V.A.irr.A.IRSTD.A.LE d poll-book- Watches, Clocks GARDEN TOOLS, bacillus-cozensi- an al Jewelry New York Seed Potatoes, SILVERWARE. McKINNEY BROS. 15j-han- d 75-l- FAVORITE MILLS, FOB SJLLE. VULCAN Chilled Plow. poet-mas- ter record-smasher- one-h-alf Every One Warranted. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. H.G.RUPLEY,- UlTERir ST :. well-know- n 43$imtaufMSBrfttltttk FIRST-GLAS- S FAIJL WINTER GOODS nt vV CC" ST- 'W A CYCLONE Gam. at tlio post oflico Tlmrsdya, 150, Flowkii poU at McKinnoy Hros.' Interior Journal nnd nee my lull lino of spring millinery. Nearly THE BEST PLACE TO BUY Wipes out the Suruurban Town of Hkinz'h npplo butter nnd preserves at Mrs. P. T. Courts. Rowland. McKinnoy I5ron. A terrific cyclone, which enmo from .1 23, 18i)3 Mahch Kka i Stephens & Knox's ad. nnd go Stanford, Kt., Look ntD.inks' pretty HiHter window and help them out, if you need anything the southwest, struck Rowland nt 11:30 and io insido for some clioico jewelry. in their lino. They havo been playing Thursday night, leaving destruction and R.o.wAkTON. bub, devastation in its wake. It mowed a Buy your seed Irlsli potntoeH of V. II. in unusually hard luck. swath of trees on tho bluff overlooking Wenren A Co., nnd gut tho best at ttiu I am opening up a full lino of milline- the town and swooping down struck the PERSONAL POINTS. lowi-Bprice. room and will bo ry in tho attachand the Miw. Eddie Coolry baa gone to Ohio Don't forget to exnmlnu our carpots, ready to display Thursday, 150th. Call ed, completely obliterating them. The All new stock and latest designs. to vioit relatives. made to ilt your room and put down on and see tho handsomest lino over property was owned by brought to Stanford. Mrs. P. T. Courts. Frank Cordier, who also used the Tub family of Mr. G. N. Bradley are your floor. HukIipr &Tatn. e moving to llarrodHburg. i building as a photograph gallery. A yard knoink and twocabooses were Liohtnino struck tho barn of Mrs. Miso Nora Morkland went to Not a Bign that a house had ever stood Gastineau on tho Danvlllo piko Thurs- wrecked In tho yards of tho Cincinnati to visit friends. Sunday. on tho site was left, save a few brick Mr. A. 0. Gram, of Balnl, Mitia., is on day night and set it nil re, but it was ex- Southern railroad at Somerset, supports, the whole being carried across tinguished before a great deal of dnmngo Yardman Fletcher B. Gray was killed r visit to tho Misses Slay maker. and Brnkoman Moon and Tucker were tho pike and railroad track. The mall Mrs. Wm. Koyston, of Garrard, spent was done. matter was scattered for two milea and a badly hurt. a fow days with her parents here. K.vamink our luce and embroidery door from the ollice was carried half a Mab. Mary If. Dickinson, of Glasgow counter and our new natteens, ginghams Maccahkus. Mr. G. U. Terpany, of mile and blown into the door of the resiis vlsitini; her daughter, Mrs. V. K. Ki- and all kinds of drees goods, trimming New Carlisle, Ind., will organize a lodge dence of J. W. Flowers, which waa unlls. and silks for waists, &c., beforo you of Maccabees in tho county court-rooroofed. Mr. Cordier'a loss 1b complete Mr. It. G. Haii, of Somorset, camo up silks AND CUT IT OUT FOR REFERENCE. buv. Hughes A Tate. at 7::'0. There are already 20 and is fully $1,000. Fortunately there and took bis wife and boy homu Sunpersona to bo initiated. Tho order car- were no registered letters or stamps in We have already closed out our importation of French Sattccns and day. Tiik Advocate says that Mrs. L. G. ries with it n good insurance feature. tho building, as it was Mr. Cordier's rule have just opened another. Mrs. Dr. Hihiii Item bus been confinWe have the greatest variety of Dress Walker, who lives in Boyle, has written to take them to hia residence at night. ed to her bed several days with a severe a novel entitled. "Walton Home, or AmGoods, Ginghams, Percales, White Goods, Laces, white and colored There is one mail messenger at least Other buildings adjoining were wreckcold. bition Gratified," which is highly com- on this division who, wo hope, will be ed and tho large store house occupied Embroideries, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, &c, ever opened in Mn. J. C. Florence, of Cumberland mended by tho literary critirs. retained, whether he is a republican or by Stephens & Knox waa demolished the city. We are Gap, is hero on business nnd pleasure not. Wo refer lo Mr. P. K. McDonnold, and their largo stock of goods nearly enI am ready to wait on tho ladies of bent. of Glasgow, who is not only thoroughly tirely ruined. Their loss Is perhaps Tub Barbourvlllii Outlook contains ti Stanford and vicinity to anything they efficient, but always In a good humor. and it falls especially hard on Mr. A good many of my lengthy notico of a surpriso party at M!bb wish In my line. We can't follow. Listen at some of our prices. 50 pieces Calicos goods are open and others are coming in is proving to bo quite Stephens, who lesa than a year ago waa Tiik gymnasium Annie Dishman's. and daughter, Miis daily. Call In and seo my Block. Mies a pleasant resort for tho hoys. A num burned out lock, stock and barrel at 5c; Masonville, Lonsdale and Fruit Bleached Cotton at Mrs. Lizzie Dillon Lanber have learned to box with the alacrity Atoka, Boyle county. Ho is a man of caster Checked Gingham Nellie, of Ijincastcr, attended tho burial Mry Davirss Dudderar. pairs splendid split Shoes 85c; one 30 ( Mr: Kvan Waters. of an expert and "black eyes" are getting great energy, however, and by 8 o'clock Tiik superior court has niUrmed tho Suits 75c; the best lot Men's Suits ever offered in next morning was moving what be lot boys' Miss Mollib Mkrbiion is learning the to bo mighty common things. Jim action of a lower court in sentencing a in the city at $5; a splendid worsted Suit at Sio, Yeaaer is training to "tackle" Corbett could to the Jim Elmore store-roomillinery business in Mrs. Kate Dudde-rar'- s man to jail and imprisonment for carry- when ho comes around this way. Darsttown, where he is now serving the establishment. ing a razor concealed on his person, public. Mu. .an Triiiiilk, of Hopkinsville, Is holding that that weapon is n dendly one A coui'LB of warm nnd pretty dayB Mr. Isaac Hamilton had the rear of visiting his sister nnd brother, Miss Mat In tho meaning of tho ntntuto. followed the tempestuous, equinoxinl his residence, the verandah and chimOur new Carlsbad Hat is the thing of the season. Our new line of tie and Mr. F. K.Tribble. weather, but Sunday and yesterday weio ney taken away, besides losing several made and put down on your floors, were never equalled in , Carroll Shanks Is very sick with Tub bIiis of IX) colored perrons were and disagreeable. As tho tenement houses, warehouses and the Carpets, pneumonia. Thomas Shanks, who lias washed away in Portman's pond Sunday, drear, raw Our house is bristling all over with 4 Wnnhington man hadn't told us up to building occupied by Stephens A Knox. this or any other inland city. been very III, is some letter. afternoon. Bov. G. W. Bowling did the the hour of going to press what kind to new and cheap things. Come and sec us. Mrs. Forest us I'ii has not been do work very satisfactorily and expeditious- havo today, wo suppose wo shall have He estimates his loss at $1,500. seThoShelton House also suffereding well for the pint fow diys, but her ly to tho largo crowd of whites and to take tho weather as it cornea verely. ItB roof was taken clean oir, as little daughter Katie is Retting on nice-ly.- l blacks assembled to s" It well done. were those of tho barber-shop- , Canor Hoiierts, who killed tho depuIk Will Wearen has a girl here she and other buildings. Judge Shelton's loss Mn. IIarxky Helm is having granite of Madison, when ho attempted had better wntch him. He went ovrr tombstones in tho form of sarcophagus ty jailer is ?l,000or more and Mr. J. W. Carrier's, to arrest his brother in Garrard county, to Georgetown agnln Saturday and staid erected over his parents and Capt. week ut Lan- who renta the property, several hundred was tried for murder lost till yesterday. Gaines Craig. Mrs. B. F. Knglman Is standing six for more. to his also having n nice monument placed caster. The jury hung, Mr. J. S. Vblls wna railed Tho residonco of T. Wavcrly Hamilton acquittal and six for a manslaughter verhome in Plant City, Fla. Thursday night over her husband's remains. was also badly used up, but he did not dict. JudgoSaulloy thereupon reduced J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. by a dispatch stating that his father was lose his presence of mind or fail to ex- Paoks. Beginning with next the bail f00. Kkiiit at the point of death. ma uuivery under trying circum niuii 24U1, 1893. longPlIOK. T. M. GOODKNKUIT, lf the OtllCO insuo and running till July, if not UIJcimieJ. A. Ciiaitkll has been ap stances. Tho railroad tack was covered of superintendent of public school, er, tho Interior Journal will bo print pointed r and ganger anu win with dobris and tho ex- Full corps of Cotnervatory and Normal School teachers. .Superior course! ia Literature, Music aod Frankfort, spen n few dsya with his ed each Friday double tho sizo of this start immediately at Crit Smith's distil- press was due. A minute might mean An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furntOied on application. Bheet, wight pages Instead of sir, bb wo , Fquiru J. S. Murphy. lery. Tho judge was an npplicant for tho horrible death of its passengers. So , havo betiu giving. Our advertisers are Jrnt.K M. Dawson Ik'c.iiKs.of lincas-tersuch position under tho democratic ad- almost before his house ceased to rock is nn npplicaut for revenue nuent and getting in tholr work on us now, hut wo ministration, eo Deputy Collector U. A. he rushed lantern in hand to stay Its !i strongly endoreed. Gov. McCreary will accoinmodato them and give our Burnsido appointed him, as no republi- (light. Fortunately it was half an hour tiled his papers in the treasury depart- usual quota of reading matter, if wo can cared to take tho job for tho short late, but the railroad company owes him havo to quadruple our si70. ment Saturday. a prize for his tbouglitfiilness and forti- Is now prepared to exhibit to the Ladies a choice and elegant assorttime ho could hold it. Col. W.G. Wklui has cono buck to tude. ment of Tiik Lawrenroburg News says: Mr. B. It was not tho fault either of tho reWashington, pretty certain that ho will J. C. Howe, of Indianapolis, is hero this Tho residence of Col. W. II. Dudderar GS-OOOcomo back with tho survoyorship com- week making some measurements on porter or operator hero that tho Louisville was also badly damaged and he lost condon't yer which to bne his calculations as to tho Times published that nearly every house siderably. In fact, hardly a house in mission "in his insido pocket, We make this announcement that all may avail themselves of the in Stanford was damaged by the cyclone. tho town escaped tho rage of tho fearful know." His friends hope so at least. cost of water works. This enterprise opportunity of selecting their goods for Kuitor K. B. Smith, of the Mt. Yer-in- seems to ho an assured fact, and the on- Tho "copv" in tho telegraph ollice shows storm. d that "in town" was written, nnd as Signal, was hero Saturday, looking ly Tho force of the tempest can in a measquestion is, who will oiler tho most was being spoken of, tho reference ure he imagined when a) sweet as tho (lowers that bloom in acceptable proposition. Tho water will, it is told that a was of course to it. The change, which large, new oak gate post was wrenched tho spring. Now, girls, talking about in all probability, bo taken from And the Spring in time, and as extra inducement for you to come caused some uneasiness, was made in oil at iho ground nnd taken many feet beaux, thero'8 n chnuto for you that Is a Tyrone. riycr, just above early, we have marked our goods at such Low rnces as will cause tho Times ollice. The ttorm wna not away. Several hogs of C. M. Spoona-mor- e chance. you to wonder how such fine quality of goods can be sold on so small rain and lightning, Dr. W. B. O'Bannon hns decided to were taken up and blown against a margin. Tiik next lecture of the course will be felt here, except in Call and see us, compare these Goods and Prices with locate hero for tho practice of his spec- delivered at Walton's Opera House Apr. though Rowland is but a mile away. a fence, killing them, and it was told by anylhing you can find and we feel satisfied we can please you and ialties diseases of the eyo and eai. He 10 by John Temple Graves, on "Tho an excited youth that a cow waB seen save you money. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. has rented of W. P, Walton an ollico in Iteign and Demagogue." No lecturer quietly surveying the world from a perch tho I.NTKinoit Jol'an.m. building and will of tho day has such lino endorsements Ben F. Stevens, of Christian County, iu a tall tree, into which she had been likely occupy the residence of Mr. P. P. from press and people as Mr. Graves, died on the day he was to become a lifted. Nunnelley. Tho roof of Mr. J. H. Iliatt's house and a treat may bo expected. When bridegroom. A. C. SINK J.N. MENEFEE There were seven elopements from was badly damaged, so weie seversuch men as President Cleveland, SenaAND VICINITY. CITY The buildings tor Hill and other distinguished men the town of Anna, 111., in one day last al of his outhouses. New barrel of sheep dip at McKinnoy Bpeak in praise of him, there can ho no week, including two sisters. around Dudderar'a Mill were blown Bros. At Salem, Mo., J. C. Davis a rejected down and gieat damage done. The top doubt of his ability and eloquence. m t lover, murdered tho object of IiIb ador- of a stable in which waa fine stalOnion sets nud garden seeds at A. A. Trading Auain. Mr. W. II. Higgius, ation, MIsb May Miller, and then killed lion, Jeb Stuart, owned by the the Dudderar Warren's. who, by the way, is the tradingest man himself. Bros., was taken off", but strange to say I). Garden feeds of all klnJs at W. 11, In the world, has bought of Mr. Geo. Near Shelbyvillo William Fry, a tho horse was not hurt very much. He Wearen his store room and residence lovesick youth, whoso attentions to a was found next morning some distance Wearen it Go's. above, corner Main nnd Depot streets, young women were not encouraged, laid otT grazing as peacefully as if nothing McKinnby Bros., havo just received a for $(3,000. Ho has rented tho upstairs his head on a railroad track and was had happened. A great deal of fencing nice line of bird cages. to Mr. Wearen, who will continue to was blown down along the route of tho It till Jan. atf 3 tier month. Tho Lot of aliude trees for Bale. J. C M4ss Loney and Lt. Sinn, of the I . tempest, but no severe damage was done store-roowhich is usod by W. II. S, army, wore married at Baltimore Sun- beyond the mill. Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are Thompson, Lancaster. Wearen rt Co., is already routed till Jan. day by the bier of tho former's mother, Theio were some narrow esoapeB, but unsurpassed. Miis. John L. Klkin has presented her to that linn, but after tho timo exuires who had made tho singular request thai strange to pay, no one was killed or even girl. husband with another Mr. Higeiiis will more than likely occu- tho ceremony should be so performed. Hurt. Dr. Anion, Mr. Cox and others Walnut Flat will bo py it himself and will in truth bo "home TiiKpoet-olllcaMissJosie Underwood, of Bowling occupying the top rooms of the Shelton moved April to Stephen Carrier's store again." of brick to fall on Green, tho very handsome young lady House had a near tho church. Bkv. W. A. Slaymakkii sutl'ered n who visited tho Misses Owsloy hero laf t them, but they escnped;with out scars, Friday. He had been year, was mariied last week in St. LouIb though very much scared. An attache of this ollico found a pair painful accident Mr. Jamt-- iDudderar, who returned which the owner down to Rowland to express his sympa- to Sam D. Hines, a lawyer, also of Bowof glasses yesterday, who,is ono of his ling Green. from tho section yesterday, says that thy to Mr. Stephens, cm get by proving property. members, on his heavy loss by the cyAt Chattanooga, while a husbaud photographs from Cordier's gallery at We desire to call the attention of gardeners and farmers to our large is and splendidly assorted line ot Nkt Sunday will bo Faster, but It of clone, nnd was returning by tho railroadd was testifying against his wife In a jus- Rowland and a $1,000 certificate ofbuild-inexpect much too early and too cool to and loan stock from the track. In attempting to cross a tice court, tho wifo lost control of hera display of millinery at tho churches. he slipped and fell, his nose strik self and gave tho husbaud a beating in were fornd on the other side of Dix J9 ing ono of the sharp timbers and laying the presence of tho justice, who, after river, four milea from the scene of the Wis havo received a full stock of In both bulk and package. open tho llesh from the brow to its end. witnessing the fight, discharged tho wo- cyclone. A number of bee stands at W. Patterns. Any pattern sent by M. Dudderar'a were blown into Sam Ho was brought homo by a friend and man. mail, postpaid, on receipt of catalogue Mr. W. L. Disiion, a widower with Dudderar's woods, more than a mile Dr. Keid, being called, soweil up the price. Severi'iioe Son. gash and got the sull'erer in comfortable nine children and who has ;pas6ed the away. obBv working nights and Sunday, the All persons Indebted to tho old tlrm shape. Tho wound is a very painful ,'0th mile post on tho journey of life,pret call and ono nnd it is especially unfortunate that tained license yesterday to marry a workmen havo gotten tho Shelton IIoubh of B. K. A W. II. Wearen must lowest possible prices. Garden Implements of all kinds, on Schep-pieunder cover again and the other build- At the Bottle. Wo ore compelled to close our it should have been made nt this time ty German girl of 10, Miss F.mma hands and at very low prices. Tho ceremony will be said on tho ings have been patched up so they can while a meeting is in progress at his old accounts. ;',0th and It is reported that Mr. Dishon be used. Gkntlemen, wo havo tho tastiest and church. It was three years ago lsst night puts a round sum in the bank to induce e Square cheapest lino of clothing over olTored in Tiik fountain for lady to love we mean to Bince the terrible cyclone at Louisville, the young Stanford. Coma nnd see for yourselves. has been purchased and before many marry him. in which millions of property were deHughes Tate. weeks pass it will bo placed in position stroyed and 77 personsjkilled. waters from Buf A thing to protect, to soothe, to shelMrs. Courts' and tho clear, sparkling The cyclone seema to have started in OrKNiNo Postponed. sent heavenward in ter, how dear to the pride of man! The Mississippi, where owing falo Spring will be it did much damage, millinery goods havo arrived, but beautiful Bprays, adding greatly to tho haughty woman who cau stand alone and sweeping across Alabama, Georgia Dealer In- to tho failure of tho bills to come, she attrnctivenessof the park. Mr. George and requires no leaning place in our and Tennessee, destroying a vast amount Thursday, :50th. cannot open till B. Cooper was appointed to select it and hearts, loses the Bpell of her sex. i of property and several people were killoranges, lemons, bananas and ho has through DeLong is Co., Lexiog-to- n, Aitles, ed. Several railroad trains were wrecked at ordered one that it Is to ho hoped a ueneral line of merchandise cheaper ,... a1,a,. ... of what is termed and at Bowling Green the L. AN.'a round i Woman have more will plenso everybody. "It is 11 feet j C. D. Powell's tor iese mouer i And not house was blown down, catching a numelse in the high, has tho figure of a woman on it goodBense than men. They can can buy them anywhere wrong, for they do not reason at ber of eugines, which were badly disaand coat about $400," was Mr. Cooper's reason country. . are bled. Between here and Bowling Green, a reporter asked him about all. They havo fewer pretensions, bo delivered nt my reply when and judge of however, no damages except to fences Launmiy must exact location has not yet been less implicated in theories, Monday evening to insure it it. The Immediate and and forests are reported. shop by on, hut a portion of the walk objects more from their Tuesday's Imakct. If I havo to decided impression on tho mind, Involuntary to Ko in e mornings leading to the front door of the There will bo preaching at McKen-drenaturally send for laundry on Tuesday will more thnn probably be ap- and therefore more true uight, 29tb, at":o0. will bo made. Jesse an additional charge Haclitt. propriated for it. Thompson. emi-Week- ( ly Manager Wall A. t Paper! t post-olllc- o post-ofllc- e Post-mast- post-ofllc- - Dan-Saturda- y R. PENNY. MD(0K m AT THIS, n S3,-0- 00 Determined TO BE 7c; IU THE LEAD, 8jc; NEVER OFFERED BEFORE. in 1 bar-roo- HUGHES & TATE. Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January store-keepe- Fouth-boun- d father-in-law- The Cash Bargain Store jLJJrJtLlSS DS n Row-lau- THE EJLSTEE; HEOXjIlD."SrS B. F. JONES & SON. Ken-luck- y V m & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 1 1 We Carry a Full Line of Builders' Supplies. at 1 car-lo- ad s IHAJD THI AUMMHET g cattle-guar- post-ollic- e .... mSMM But-terick- 's -- Genuine N. Y. Early Rose Seed Irish Potatoes, r. Court-Hous- FARRIS & HARDIN. R ZIMMEiR -- Bui-we- r. Faney Groceries, Fruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand ... Court-Hous- TWV5"." vr Interior Journal AT DWELLING-PLAC- PWSP I- fE Semi-Week- OF GOD. we have not seen. THE WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE. ly ubllshod Evory Tuesday and Friday t?2 1'JftUt. YJCiVIl IN" ADVANCE Which Time shall never dare destroy; Where moital footstep! hath not been, Iscr ear hath caught its sounds of joy. There Is a orld Tho O. H. & D. ay When not so paid 32. SO will be charged. There is a re gion lovelier tar Than sages tell or poets ting; Hrlghterthan Summer's beauties are, And softer than the tints of spring. how blest Fairer than prophet ever told; And ncser did an angel guest One half its blessedness unlold. K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. There is a world and Oh, I Train naves Rowland at 7.00 n. m., returning 5: jo p. til, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. il train going Tnrth " " South rpress train " South ocal Freight North 123 pm it ji pm 37 Pm It is all holy and serene, The land of glory and repose ; And thero to dim the radiant scene. The tear of sorrow neer flows. is not tanned by Summer' gale; 'Tis not refreshed by vernal showers: It never needs the moonbeams pale, For there aro known no evening hours. The superior train service nnd fast time of the trains from Cincinnati aud Chicago via the C II. .1 I), and .Monon, earn fur that lino the title of the "World's Fair Koine '" It it the onlv line running Pullman safety vestibulrd trains and dinlrg cars between Cincinnati ana unlcignami trie sleepers and compartment cars are the acme of Pullman construction and representative of the World's Fair, as duplicates ot these trains will he on exhibition in the Transportation Iluildmg. A Wcrld's Fair Album will be sent to anv aitdreit south of the Ohio Klvcr for ten cents in stamp: toany address north of the Ohio River for fifteen cents in stamps For albums, rates and imloruia-tio- n regarding a World's rair trip addrcs F.. O. McCormlck, (.. P & T Act., "World's Fair Route," 200 West 4th Street Cincinnati Ohio. and Monon Botwoon Omnclnnatl mid Chicago. DR. JOS. HAAS' NEW STOCK OF Hog & Poultry Remedy Used Successfully Fifteen Years. Will arrest disease, prevents diieaie, espets worms, stop cough, Iticieate the flesh and hasten maturity Prtces.--Jj.5- 0, Ji at and 50 cents per psckatt: svpound can Jit 50 The largest packages arc lie cheapest. For sale by A. R PKN'NV, o Stanford, Ky JA.MKS Ginghams Sateens, Irish. Linens, WHITE GOODS AND LACES. Custom will cost you nothing to look. Made CLOTHING Call Shoes, It VKAGER. THOMAS YEAOER. FOR LADIES" AND GENTLEMEN. Cholorlno In Fonnsylvantrs. Swlckley, Penn,: We had an epidemic of cholerine, as our physicians called it, in tint place lately and I made ureal hit with Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Keinedy I sold four doren bottles ot it in one week and hate since sold nearly a gross. This Remedy did tho work and was n big adsrrtuemem for mo tveral persons who had been troubled with diarrhoea for two or three weeks were cured by a few doses ot this medicine P P, Knapp, I'h l.., , S and jo cent bottles lor sale by W. 11. McRob-ertsDruggist, Stiutord, Ky. 11 norm The latter trains also carry passengers. The ahove it calculated on standard time. me it about 70 minutes fatter QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. ' South.. , .710 am 3d It YEAGER & YEAGER, IffiT, RED AID SALS MIL! STANFORD, KY. ISIock I For Men, Youths and Children, nnd examine our stock. Solar as follows: No. 1, Limited, 12:15 p. m ; No. Special, arrives 8.40 p. m. No. 5, 3. & C. Special, 12:17 A.m.; No. 7, Fast Mail, arrives 13:43 P- - "' leaves 12:43 P m- North-boun- d No. a, Q St C. Special, 3:10 p. m.; No. 4 lcaycs at 6 a. in. ; No. 6, Limited, 3:15 a. m; No. 8, Express, arrives 1:33 p.m., leaves 1:32 p.; m. South-bounBluo-Gra- Trains pass Junction City d ss No, for this world is ever bright With a pure radiance all its own; The streams of uncreated light I "lew round it from the eternal throne. There forms that mortals majr not sec, Too glorious for the eye to trace, And clad in peerless majesty Move with unutterable grace. In vain the the philosophic eye May seek to scan this fair abode, Or find it in tho curtained sky; of God. It is the dwelling-plac- e Printed in affectionate remembrance of a loving wife, from her own seleetions. We are In our new stable in the Opera Houte and .ire well supplied tilth W. E. FERKXJSrSfKy. Crab Orchard, NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have- been purchased and nothing but turnouts will leave the stable. first-cla- m l, The best sslve In the world tor cuts, bruises tores, ulcers, salt rheuai, fever sores, tetter, chapped handt, chilblains, corns and all skin erup tions and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It tt guaranteed to cm perfect talis! action Prico J centt per box or money refunded. w0r sale by A. R. Penny, SUnlord, Ky. Uucilln's Arnica Salvo. n Give 37 them a Call. B. K. WBAHM, Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in Absolutely W1 sW PsiUYfrw Pure U S. II Clifford, New Cassel, Wis , wat troubled y with Neuralgia and Rheumatism; his stomach was disordered, his liver was affected to an alarm100 Wall St., New York. was celebrated, by the pagans in ing degree, appetite fell away and be was terribly tival aud April. There was always contention be- reduced in flesh cured strength. Three bottles ot him. Electric Hitters tween the Church authorities as to the Edward Shepherd, Harrtsburg, Illinois, ha d Firtt-Clarunning sore on his leg of eight years exact day on which Kaater should bo ing. Used three bottles of Electric ears' stand- experience I am eoibled to doWith many at low Hitters and good work seven boxes of Hucklen't Arnica Salve and his prices Cabinet Photos finith.xfln the litest and 1 will open on January 16th, 1893, a First-Clacelebrated. It was, therefore, ordained lejris sound and well John Speaker, Catawba, Kit style at $1 50 per doren. Cards Ji dozen; Dair, trom which I can supply iny quantity ot doctors sores on his O.. Jersey milk to the people of Manlord and Row-lan- d by the Council of Nice, convoked in 323 said had five large fever One bottle lei;; Electric favors, Tjc doren. Thanking the public for past I am respectfully, ol he was incurable. at the lollowing prices, delivered : that the day be celebrated contemporane- trie Hitters and one box Hucklen't Arnica Salve FRANK COimiF.lt Fresh Milk, per gallon o cents ously throughout the Christian world. cured him entirely. Sold by A. R. Penny, drugjjJArbucklc's Coffee 25c; Fire Proof Oil 15c gallon and a gist. Skimmed Milk, por gnllon to cents This was the Council's degree: "Easter bcr of Bargains too numerous to mention in all kinds of goods. Butter Milk, per gallon Rheumatism Quickly cured. Scents Day is the Sunday following that four1 hree days is a very short time in which to cure Terms 30 days to responsible parties. Issrill make two trips dally. The patronage ol the a Dad case 01 rneumaiism; uui 11 can ue uone, it public is solicited. teenth day of the calendar moon which the proper trotment ts adopted, as will be seen by G. A. PK.VTON, Stanford, Ky. happens upon or the next after the 21st the following Irom 9' yr. McKINNEY, KY James Lambert, ot .New tirunt-wtcIII.: "I was badly afHcted with rheumatism Hustonville, Lincoln County is the best County in of March; so mai 11 the said fourteenth in the hips and Net, when I bought a bottle of I have bought above mentioned Hotel at and have attached a cured me in three the best town, day be a Sunday, Easter Day is not that Chamberlain's Pain Helm. Itand would insist on Notice Public, dars. I am all richt I have had Sunday, but the next." haster Day may every one whoit afilicted with thatterrlblediteatc First-01as- 3 Pool Room. to ute Chamberlain's Pain H.ilra and get well at o be any day of the live weeks which once." 50 cent bottles for sale by W. It. McRoberts, Have repaired and refurnished the Hotfl and within March -'- and end with Druggist, Stanford, Ky am oetter than eter C At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and April 25. Rocommondiulon. Mother's have in connection with Hotel one of the best sa to Accommodate the The best and cheapest man in the county. loons In the State, open day and night; a night We are acquainted with many mothers in Ccn man meets all trains. In connection with Housr The Hoopsklrl. tervilte who would not b without Chamlerlaiu't have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Cough Remedy in the houe ler a food many I have come to this town (Hustonville) and opened this day and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs pecial attention to Commercial Men. times lit cost, and arc recommending it everyI am a hoop-skiG. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Inday. From pcrtoral experience se can sar that I W. CUEEN. Proprietor. full line gram, Erin, Tenn., A, A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. Hauntit hat brolcen up bad oJdt for our children. JOE CARSON, Manager D. E. Proctor, C. H. Hraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Ccnterville South DiVoiis. Citiien. $0 cent Imttles ing and wide, I Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. U.Johnson, tor sale by W. It. Ml Roberts. Druggist, Stuntord, New Haven, Jim Cot, Greensburs;. Rates Jj per stick out in front day. J. M. Petrey, clerk. One me a call. o8oty J. W. CARRIER. Prop. or bulge at the Bide. ts ss der. Higest of all in leavening strength. Latest United btates Government Food Report. rection. The name is derived from that royal:baking POWDER CO., of a Saxon goddess, Eoetre, whose fes- A cream of tarter, baking pow- Comes to you every other day In tho year for only $'J, Tho cheapen and best paper This isan expression the traveling public in Kentucky 511c gets it three months. use when they rind something that is exact Address Tub Adoiatk, Danville, Ky. y what they want. This expression applies di Tips For The Troubled. rectly to the Wiscoi sin Central Liues, which is V' now admitted bv all to be ''The Route' Irom Chi If you are all out of torts, read licb. xil. i cago to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ashland, Duluth-an- d you are down with the blues, read l'sulm double If all points in the Northwest. Their LV SURGKO.V DENTIST. daily train tervice and fine equipment ofTert in xwii. ducement which can not be surpassed. Office over Mc Roberts Drug Store in the t If people pelt vou with hard words, read John This is the only line running both through Pull- Owsley Iluildlng. s xv. and Tourist sleepers trom Chica man Stanford If you feel lonesome and unprotected, read go to Pacific Coast Points without change. tickFor full informition address your nearest Psalm xci. or James C Pond, General I'asseogcr and et agent If you rind yourself losing confidence in men, Ticket Agent, Chicago, III. read I. Cor. xiii. Now Try This. If there Is a chilly sensation about the heart, For the painless extraction It will cost you nothing and will surely do you minor surgery. 1 have tested 'of teeth and othery read Revclatiou ill, itt virtue itttucLnt-lgood if you have a couch, cold or arTy trouble with to know R. C. MORGAN, U. D. S. II you don't know where to look lor the month's throat, chest or lungs. Dr King's New Discovrent, read Psalm xxxvli. ery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guarback be If you are getting discouraged about your work, anteed to give rebel or money will just paid thing the Sufferers from La Grippe found it & read Psalm cxxvi aud Gal. i, 9. and perfect recovand under its use had a speedy m ery. Try a sample bottle at our expense and I "t gain reapy to do all kinds of Carnage a thing it it Trijust Eaeter was instituted about (VS. It learn for yourself A. how good drug Large 1 AinuuKHQu trimming. i.an be found at Ilaugh store. K. Penny's al bottles free at is the festival observed by tho Church size jo cents and Ji.J erty's shop, ready to serve the nuklie cromi.tlv . and well. in commenoration of the Savior's resurKcn-cra- llj Just tho Thing. THE ADVOCATE A. S. PRICE, Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Spring; Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Ruggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Haled Hay, &c. First-Clas- "ZDEnSTTO." ' JTJ9LMBS Carriage Painting Trimming. w HUSTON VILLE, KY., F1YE Specimen Caaos. Offers Bargains in all kinds of Goods for 30 days, in order to make room for his Sprint; Goods My Sprint; Shoes are daily arriving, and ' far excel anything ever shown in Hustonville in quality, workmanship JOHN II. DeNARDI.Htanford. and style. 1 have some Shoes and Hoots left over, which I will close out very low Ladies' l'cbblc Huttons 75c; Kid Muttons 95c; Men's 1TEW rJAT.T.-re-Congress and Lace Shoes $1. 40, worth $2; Heavy Hoots 1.25, $1.50 I have built and fittf.1 up a new and htndtoat. A nice line of dark Calico at 5c. Gallery at ROWLAND, adding new scenery, ac- and $2, worth double the money. cessories, and instruments and ner thing pertain Mlankcts and comforts lug to a Gallery. At Almost HALF PRICE. great num Commercial Hotel, k, thcState, Ky., is to the Traveling v: THE SIIEaLTOX HOUSE Bar aad com-inenc- Prepared Public. rt with a of THE Like something I wiggle and twibt When Haliy was sick, wo rpve Iter Caslorl. and torture my wearer as When kho was a Child, slu cried for Oistoria. am receiving one or the most elegant linetof much ns list. I catch at her MILLLINERV ever handled Stanford, selectWhen ihe became Miss, she clmy; to Castorii. heels, and I tangle her toes, ed with an esperial view to the wants of this trade. Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an expe. When she luid ClilUlrvn, she gte thrnt CaitorU. encompass her about wherever rienced trimmer, Is with me this season and I guarantee everything to bn in the Litest and most she goes. Whenever she dona approved tashlon 1 he ladles are invited to call me, her graceless array is a sight and examine my goods, which I will take pleasure in showing, to make dogs run howling away. 63 MISS LICCIK BEAZLEV. Then whv does she wear me? The truth is, her passion for me is because DE. W. B. I have come into fashion; and though I do say it , which is not my rule, no woman F. B. RIIiBYProprietor. wear mo who is not a great fool! Office Main street, by Dr. L. Stanford, Ky Kentucky. Kuiily F. Smith in Kansas City Times. tacated South tide F. Huffman, in qffke recta London, pos-6s3e- Farmers Bank&Trnst OF STANFORD Co d Clothing Genk' Furnishing Goods, Also a Full Une of Tinware. TO THIS LADISS. 111 ;kY., wilt - Is new tulty orgamred and ready for bus nets 1 Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - $200,000 L'i 000 Roots, Shoes, lints, &c. SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANFORD, the same management, chatter, depositors are at fully protected as ate depositors m National Banks, its shareholders leinz held individual! liable iu the extent 01 ine amount 01 tneir stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to th .mount invested in such shares. It may act a. executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully ai sn individual. To those who entrusted their buinncss to ui while mnaginic the Lincoln National Hack ol Stanford, we we here tender our tnanv thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt alien tion 10 same, our twenty years espcuence ir. banking and as liberal accommodations as arc coo luteal with sound banting. Uy provisions of its D1KECTOKV. N'ow closing up) with the same RILEY HOUSE PENNY attctt and under Dentist. I ; r.r,r COME ONE COME ALL. JP I 1 J .IjClJIil I rs O lI, I 3 IfeV Tho April number of Fetter's Southern r STRAUD, JR, r. CLARK! Magazine (Fetter t& Shober publishers, FRANK RILEY. 77 Louisville, Ky.j is especially attractive in that it contains papers from two of .. PRACTICAL . the best known ecclesiastical personages Plumbers and Steam Fitters. DEALIK in the houth. Tho Very Kovoiend Father Louis G. Deppen writes of the Dealers in nil Linds nf Iron and ilrass Coeds foi and water. Cik1s of All Gethsemane Abbev, and gives to the steam guaranteed Sanitary detecttse all Llndi. and work material against And Country Produce, 57 world the first time the object and ac- witrkmanship. dy to llasooened his stock of eoods and complishments of this onhr of monks serve theneonloof Stanford nnd ticimtv. He is -offering unheard of Bargains and all uho want whose life and works are uuknownn save good goods at the lowest possible prices should to Him for whose good they labor incall on him on Logan Avenue. Accompanying this paper cessantly. are superb illustrations of the abbey and O. - Kentucky, the interior plans, which enhanco the Offers his professional unices to the people of rUOFHIETOK value of the article materially. nut section, nas nau eignt years' exprliince in the business. Refers to the Mrst National Hunk Whitley County Advocate: It is re- of Stanford, where he can he, found. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ported that recently a Knox county young lady was teaching a class in spellHaving purchased of A. T. Nunnclley his livery business I can be found at hisold stand ready ing, when tho word "husband" was to wait ort the public at any time day or night written on the blackboard. Xono of the O'JR 33-e- : isr-i?- . Nothing but children could pronounce it, and in orWe will sell or rent thU well known resort, three FIRST-CLAS- S : TURNOUTS der to help them out, the teacher asked: miles south of htatifurd. 'I hore are 70 acres of Land, a Hotel Huildmi; betides shall leave my stablo and my prices will be a. "What would I have if I should get a good stable and other and fis Cottages, water is outhouses. The law as the lowest Don't forget ray Stanford and the bett in this section, rs everyone who has vismarried V" Tho response was very ited it can attest. Will give immediate posses- Rowland 'bus line. A. L.ftSI'OONAMORB, prompt, but it was not what she had ex sion. 4 Hubble, Ay. F.tfls Branch Jellico CoalOo., pected, aud she blushed such a brilliant red that the eun light faded. Miners and shippers of the GENUINE I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and esery convenience desired. Give me a call. have some Barrains to show von. UiJli 1 MD ) H l A I 1117 I s -- llj)itir!.9 am rimiiiiif STRAITS & CO., C. D. FOWEI.X., -IN-:- Three : Big Else in the country. : Stores I Gcucral Merchandise, J. E. W. SMITH, civil;enc;ineer, J, M. Hall, Stanford, J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; S. J. Embry, Stanford ; J. E. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Milledgevtllc; V. Cash, Stanford; William Cooch, Stsnlord, Ky Shanks, President J. II Owslev, Ca.hiei J. Williams, Mt. Vernou; In Kentucky and one WHOLESALE STORK in Cincinnati, Ohio. Now, as I buy in quantities I am able to sell you goods Cheaper Than Anybody GIVE MI A TRIAL. can Save you Money. J. W. S. 11. HTTTCHIWTGS, -- Stanford, W.M.IIrlght, Teller. IT. Hustonvill. Zy, II. HAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM Livery and Feed Stable, FIRST NATIONAL BANK vJ. HI. IHIXiTOILT OF STANFORD. KV. ROWLAND. DEALER UN KY., Hales Well For Sale Capital Stock Surplus GROCERIES, HARDWARE, S2OO.0O0 INSURANCE AGENT! . 20,500 93-o- m Original Jellico Coal. Try it. W are tho sole agents for Stanford Jand Rowland, Uttice corner 01 Depot street and rail road crossing 6 ftIIIGGINS A WAITS. pill. Think of all the troulito and disturbance that it causes you you welcome something easier to take, Wouldn't and easier In its ways, it at the tame time it did STANFORD, KV., you more Kood ? That is the case with Dr, Tierce's I'leasant I'ellets. They're, the smallest in sie, the mildest in action, but the most thorough and in results. They follow nature's methods, aad they sive help that lasts. Coustipation, Millions Attacks, Sick and lllillous HeadThis Hotel, renovated an I refurnished, is now aches, and all derangements of the liver, stomach In my charge and I luteud to conduct it so as to and bowels, are promptly relieved and permanent-cure- d. not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list oi friends. Special accommodations for commercial trave'ers and tine rooms.for "If we can't cure your Catarrh, no matter how tht display of samples. bad your case or ol how long standiug, we'll pay you yr iu cash." That Is what is promised by AZFirst-Clas- s the proprietors of Dr hage's Catarrh Remedy. Doesn't It prove, better than any words could, Aad BILLIARD and I OOL ROOMS attachtd that this is a remedy that cures Catarrh? C u j7-- tl only jo cents. JOSEPH COFKEV. Look THE GOFFEY HOUSE John W, Hortou. of Welch, W. Va., aged 90, is regaining his youth. He has discarded glasses, his hair has turned black, from snowy whitness, and in many ways he is becoming a gay young larkie. at the -- v these nnd never-falilnj ULCERS. CANCERS. SCROFULA. SALT RHEUM, RHEUMATISM. BLOOD POISON. sie oi the ordinar erery kindred rliiieue arising from Impure blood successfully treated by that and beat of all tonics and medicine, Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this is th only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, hut by the stockholders liability lor ao amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Five sworn statements of thecondttiou of the bank are made each yearto tho United States government and its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addiutona snd perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then ired as the National Hank ot Stanford in 1M5 and as the First National Hank ol again Staulord in 1S83, hat had practically an uninterrupted existence of 11 years. It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms aud individuals respectfully solic-te- d -, I am also agent for tho old reliable llio.lhcaul baccos and will leep a lull line of thcie goods ttock.amiaii i ask of the merchants oi Manford and Rowland Is M give me their orders and I will put the goods In their houses at ractory j.ncei. a Thanking the public for liberal patronage, 1 coutlnuonce of same, and remain your obedient . n r servant. be pleased to wait o niny friends iu this line. . ities promptly issued, will insure against torna A Lsnhan. does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning tlaiu- John H. Castleman. oaiiacncii wiinom auuuionai charge. Office at Eirit National Hank. Stanford. l111 "Roots and Shoes. Ctgart ami Tobacco.9 Ohl. Will takecouubarrel by ItlverSalt for tale !.....thotjm ..( al inirlat lirit" i..- - . Ucpre.enting...... 1 Ilartfnrr..' nf I Tnrtfnnl Ponti Manchester, of M.TtlC llCStCI', EllC. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia J,)s QQ of NortlllAtllCrica v it ,.,.. (. ll. ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL,. BARBEE&CASTLEMAK MANAGERS, 13 3 ' I sVTsS -C '-- Ji Th. Directory ol this Hank it composed ol ; T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Korestus'Reid, Lincoln comity JOSEPH COFFEV, I'ro'r. J. W.Hayden, Stanford; iS.li. Haughman, Lincoln; Indi-Krsti- Booka on Blood Diseases free. and Skin x k Saloon Printed testimonial sent on application. Address l T8wift8Mcific0o., ATLANTA. OA. tj W M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; ,S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; C. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. C. W.lch, Stanford, OFFICERS: ..)V- - Commerce BuUdinff, Louisville 'Tate, Stanford. Agents throughout the South. J.S. Hocker, President;! John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinncy, Assistant Cashier. W. . TXIBBLE, Local Aront, STANFORD, KY. Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, there tre alto nection. 1 here are three of the best Utrbers in the Slate excellent Hath Rooms run In conAgent for I cxington Steam Laundry. Y- - s,JlJL...Mni 3siS-HB- I L, " !-- - !!.&"-- . l.. H jfj--- "' ..f . .. ,,. A. .. J