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Brown, .Sr., fell from the Masonic building Friday hihI was pretty badly hurt. The HcaUblding was not put up t afvly. The many acquaintances of Mm. Caroline Thompson will ho lad to know that oho Is improving (Lilly. Kvorvbody in the county known her ami who linn been at death's door for the past several GARRARD COUNTY. J Fishing and boat riding is tho order Tho Jadies weroout in full forceSun-da- y nnd Mamie McRolurta .havo returned oi the day. with their now Easter bonnets. from a visit to Iniisvilie. MIna, the little (laughter of Mr. and A ycungdaughterofMr. J. B. Rucker Charlea Jennings, Thomas Alexan- Mrs R. K. Swope, fell oil tho porch and died Sunday and will be buried at Paint der's clerk, is laid up with the mumps nt broke her arm last week. Lick today. his homo near Hryautavillc. MrB. J. 0. Collinsworth is still in a Tho Presbyterian church was beauWalter Simpson, of the I). A, I). low condition. Tore our Store to pieces and Miss Lena Coulter Is tifully decorated with Mowers and plants is putting up n neat residence on able to bo up again, after a Bevero spell Suuday morning. The work was done Second street, near llroadwny. of 6lcknefls. by Mn. D. M. Lackey. tlayn. ' Rev. J. W. Lynch preached bis last Thomas Miller sold to Jeff Short bis Mr. Charley Norn's, of Paint Lick, Kastcr HorvlccH were lii'ld by the va- sermon Sunday beforo entering upon a residenco near tho College. Mr. Miller has purchased an interest in Mr. T. B. rious denominations Sunday and the vacation which may last several months. will build again aH soon as ho can find a Walker's livery and Hale stable. Ho will Thousands of dollars worth of goods, but we arc Rjv. J. I,. Allen preached for Rev. suitable situ. nice, new and bright dn'BM"i and hats move his family to town this week. wero K. M. Green Ht the First Presbyterian fcxhibltod by the young ladles Wilcher ami Coulter will leave this John Scott had his leg broken near enough to make an old fellow feel young church Sunday. Mr. Green preached at week for Leo county with a largo crow town last week and it was necessary to Perryville. attain. of hands, where they expect to peel a amputate itabovo the knee, which opera Mifa Mauervn Georgo whh declared The family of Waller Nichols moved large amount of bark. tion was successfully performed by Drs. And ready to wait on the trade. We can now oe found at Jim El- luu:itic beforo a jury called together to Lexington Friday. Mr. Nichols has Scott Dorn has the lower room of Kinnard and Grant. brought been there for some time, foreman in the W. P. Keeney'n store-rooby Judgo Harnett. The proof more's store house in rented and Judge Saulley appointed Mr. John beforo the Jury wan that her father had Leader olllce. opened up a barber shop and is now rea- W. Miller master commissioner of the Mr. Win. Cheek, who removed to dy to servo tho public three brothers and three stolen went to a at all hours. Garrard circuit court. Mr. Miller exlunatic asylum. Slio was 18 years of age Burksvlllea few weeks aeo. in in the Jeff Short, tho foreman, of tho water ecuted his bond and entered unon bis and a very good looking young woman. dry goodn business there. Ho was here mill, will, as soon as the water gets too duties ns such Inst week. -- Hon. David N. Williams, of Mt. Ver- Monday on his way home from Cincin- low to run the machinery, put n steam The band turned out in their dreBS Where goods can be bought c non, was in town Sunday. Mm. A. W. nati. i" iv. ou wo can now iiavo our uniforms Friday afternoon and had a Mr. Thos. Kmhry, of Dunn, Ktnhry corn mashed tho year lluggins, of the same place, In here vis round. picture taken. They wero to play for a Fox, has returned from Albany, Ga., ing her mother. Hon. U. U. Ford and -J- ames Coffey, of Phil, will begin tho lecture at the court house on that night wife are at the Catching Hause and nil! where he took for sale 175 mules be- goods business hero in a few days an a but tho gentleman was taken sick and 3?" be hero for several weeks. Mr. Ford longing to his firm. He sold them all at partner of M. 0. Wheat. Middlehurg is couldn't come. 1B8 Damaged goods at your own price. baa just returned from a trip to Wash- good prices. getting full of goods and the way prices Circuit Court adjourned Friday The receipts of the Danville ington and says olllce seekers are so are being cut, they are getting cheap, afternoon. John Campbell who was for the quarter ending March Hist er. thick there that It la actually disgusting. charged with bouse breaking confessed Clay Powell, of Lipcoln county, was and was sent to tho penitentiary for two Jake Muney.a native of Switzerland amount to $S,:J01.:). This insures Danollice here last week with a view of putting up years. This makes three persons sent and well known as the Swiss wood carv ville to bo declared a second-clasfrom July 1st next. a livery Btable. We would bo glad to up at this term of court. r, was run over and killed last ThursThe prosecution against Joo Goings have him as a townsman, while a stable day by tho online belongiug to the Misses Mamie Curroy and Maud and Mancheater railrond compa- for shooting Tom Rogy, was called Sat- is badly needed and would pay hand- Robinson leave Wednesday to visit ny, by whom bo waa employed. He was urday before Judge McFerran and con- somely. friends in Danville. Mr. Henry Haclc-le- y A. M. Toms, of Phil, is putting up a a hard working and honest citizen and tinued on account of the sickness of both returned to Danville Friduy. Casey left five children, who have aince been the defendant aud chief prosecuting wit handsome residenco on Race street, op- Owsley, of Centre college, spent Sunday posite Thos. Miller's. Those who bought at home. Miss Maggie Jennings gavo a provided for by bis acquaintances from ness.Rart Cox, of tho knobs, who failed at the last sale are preparing to build high tea last Thursday eve in honor of lila native land. a aubpiena fcr the January cir- lots to obey and the carpenter's hammer will bo Miss Robinson, tho guest of Miss Ellen H. 0. Thompson's youngeat child, cuit court, waa gontly wafted to the heard ringing In a time not far distant. Owsley. Miss Lou Grant leaves tlia aged 4 months, died from cold aud bron- county jail Monday New stock, styles and shades. so as to bo in timo The work and effort to get our mail week for Paris, whero she will visit rechitis last Thursday morning and waa for the April term. Ho is a witness in line changed is again in operation and latives. Mr. Burt Spencer returned to buried on Cemetery Hill Friday. The tho Ktigeno Owens murder case. we hope will prove successful. From Louisville Monday, where he will tlnieh old child of Win. little There is a strong party in Danville living at the old lUker place a few and Royle county the jubilee that the democrats here gave his courso in the Bryant and Stratton in favor of making evMr. Cleveland last November, he and commercial college. Mrs. Bettie Lan- milrs eaat of Loudon, died Saturday of ery effort to secure the Stato Capitol. P.-Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, chilBiseoll should see that our linn in Uram is visiting in Richmond. Mrs. W. the name atlliction. A good many In the event of the cltv council taking Landreth's Garden Seed at aamo changed. M. Bogle is visiting her parents, Mr. and dren have been sick with the favorable action Tuesday night, a public during the last two woekp In meeting will W. P. Keeney and Theo. Wesley Mrs. W. H. Wherritt. Mr. and Mrs. trouble soon be held to further the havo formed a partnership in the drug Joe Carr were visiting in Richmond Suntown, but these are the only two cases project. day. that have proven fatal. Mr. Isaac Vanarsdall, an old citizen business and will occupy the house that New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. The Knights of Pythias organized a of Parksville, died Sunday of Grippe, was formerly occupied by L. D. WilA SON'S TRIBUTE. Something lo Ige here Saturday night. aged nearly 70 years. His wife (ho was liams. Roth aro men of business qualiThe iNTKitioit Journal reproduces thia GEORGE B. PREWITT. It. II. KING. like 150 persons were hero from a married twice) and several children sur- fications, while Mr. Wesley has had ex- morning the following tender tribute of to initiate the 2.1 who were admitperience in tho drug line and knows vive him. He was the father of the lato ted under the charter and the initiation J. W. VanArsdale, once a prominent them when ho sees them. Here's hoping Mr. Joe F. Waters, the Stanford correspondent of the Harrodsburg Sayings: them success! ceremonies lasted until 7 o'clock Sunday merchant of Junction City. Tho scenes of life are ever changing. mo'iiing. The initiators were met at Tho Casey County Teachers' Associ MORELAND, KY., Kllen Kmhry was tried befere Police SinC'O I Seili. llllt lllMt nmttmni. .itinn In hand and ation will "" held "er0 on ll,0"a Saturday We have opened up a nice line ol " "' Z . Z 7? the depot by the Iondon hraai Judge Anderson Fridav on a chargo of . ..i.I. ,1... Z"Z all of us showed our verdancy by gazing maliciously cutting Maria Nurse. rofUab,e t mV It 1, up Main street . .. ... ... i I ... m at them aa they marc-ho18UI1 TIFI . 1 m . IVlnrilUM irlirw.nn.l.i... just like we would at n the street piradu t ween to negro women, tho charms of "iltheleacliorii Institute this year, and cle hitherto unbroken has been invaded by tho Great Reaper and a loving, indulof a circus. They made a handsome Mr. John William mn.ny irlmula ,n tha education- liriein being the in - ma'k gent fnther has been taken to tho house We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get company in their uniforms ami Uheis direct cause of tho hostilities. Kllen was ,iti urk nun ut;re. 11:14 noim rpniiintnil not made with hando, eternal in tho also uniformed, with the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, to attend and conduct it. Everybody is inan'a brass band, lined $10 and went to the splendid music added greatly to boasting tliHt although invited who feels interested in tho heavens. As we. his children, stnnd bv which enables us to make very low prices. Uases of steel nails $2 per their she would fight, his bedside and watched him breathe keg, do. wire nails $2.30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in cause. their appearance. The most of the Pytb-iau- s she was never known to tell a lie. his last, falling to sleep as gently as n proportion. were from Richmond. A lamp exploded in a shaft at Sham- - babe upon its mother's breast, wo almost MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you okin, Pa., and 10 miners were suffocated. imagined wo could seo hts angelic Fpirit HUSTONVILLE. money John H. Winters, aged 15, and Miss It is gotting too not for tho Esqui take its tlight from the earthly taberna- gcrjt.S Cotton mules, 2 pr. broke mules and nice saddle horse for sale. Mr. Madison Saudidgo, of Milledge-vill- Stella Woodull, just lit, wero married in maux at tho World's Fair to woar their cle to the bosom of Him Who doeth all had his leg broken Thursday by Covington. seal skin clothes, and they want to go things well. He had said repeatedly bin horse falling with him. Mrs. ChaileiTunnelle, of Chicago, during his four months' illness that ho home, alleging general bad treatment. Miss Mary Lusk, alter an absence of killed herself because her husband, who s Two wero established in was ready and willing to nass through several weeks visiting friends in Lancas- was compelled to work lato at night, Whitley county. Ample, Elizabeth G. the valley of the shadow of death and ter and other prices, has returned homo failed to return home as early as usual. Lovett appointed Postmistress, and feared no evil; but oh! 'twas so hard to "Doc" and "Urn " Dryo have rented Mrs. Frank Brewer, wife of u wealTeague, Henry Clark appointed Post- give him up. Sympathizing neighbors the track of W. S Wigham at Morol.uid thy citizen of Laurel Point, W. Va has and friends for mauy miles around wero master. and aro training hows. George Brad brought suit for 110,000 damages against tra fannitiit nf f .t..nl. tn ml.A with us all at his bedside both day and ley has also gone to Moreland to engage MissMattieE. Lough, a pretty young ' , ' night tho last few weeks of his illness -' rrt Tll. n,,,, .Are invited to. in business and if that thrifty suburb doctor, for alienating her husband's aflease her husband from prison at tho and their kindness will never be forgotkeeps on In her demands for our young fections. pricoof her honor, admits that she swore ten. Their words of consolation since men there will soon be a dearth of beaux The Lexington Leader says that the falsely. the parting hour came twore like the in town. editor of the Jessamine Journal is shortJ. H. Mason, head of a St. Louis balm of Giiead to aching hearts. I re Misses Lizzio Hood and Fannie ly to marry a tall and slender blonde on publishing house, fell down the olevator call with pleasure tho words of tho ven.Our store and see the great. Hunn, of Shelby City, are visiting Miss- tho Versailles pike, not far from tho shaft of the Commerce building at Louis- erable Dr. David Logan, who, while es Mary Rout and Sallio Hawkins In tho capital of tho Why, Harry I ville, nine Btorcs' and had every bono in standing by the deathbed, with tears In Moreland neighborhood. Quite a num- We'd never havo thought it of you. his eyes, said: "Mrs. Waters, let's don't him broken. ber of young men in town attended the grieve so about Evan now. I have known A burglary was prevented al ColumSecretary Carlisle has appointed 0. party out at Mr. Spears' Friday night. him since boyhood and ho has always Made in the display of our immense stock of P. Tucker, a banker of Covington, Deputy bus, 0., by a pairot. The burglar had a They report u very pleasant time. large amout of goods ready to carry off been on the side of right. With him all Controller of tho Currency. Mr. Green has presented the Acadeis well." It pays to be a christian. Life Tho fact that Mrs. Clovelaud said bIio when tho bird uttered somoBaucy words. is splendid political map and my with a but a journey to the .ravo the time JtU'-L'SThe theif dropped tho goods and lied. historical chart of tho United States. It would use haircloth in her dresses into prepare for tho end that must come. Sam M. Gaines, of Kentucky, has aupplirs a long felt want to the teachers stead of crinoline has resulted in a corTo Bee our father fall asleep in the arms Matting, &c, in the new room in the ner in tho haircloth market. Prices been transferred from private secretary of Him of U. S. history, giving in a condensed Who died that we might live to Mr. Carlisle to Chief of Bureau of Mails havo almost doubled. form and chronological order the in "the home over there" where 'tis one While tho people of Kentucky were and Files. This last position is a "phnt the discovery of our from bright Summer always and where beneath enjoying matchless atmospheric condi- take" for tho popular ex editor, as it Continent up to tho preseut tune. tho ever vernal trees and amid pays a year. Tho band played out on tho street tions Suuday, four inches of snow fell in The former Carpet Department has been shelved for our large Sho llowors, beside the crystal waters is -- Over $1,500,000 will bo saved tho NaWednesday night and in such a treat is tho State of Washington, blockading For Gents', Ladies'- - and tional Treasury by tho reversal of Pension heard the sweet music of the redeemed to stock, which is second to none anywhere. of rare occurrence, uverybody enjoyed railroads anil prostrating telegraph wires. Commissioner Kaum's decision allowing note his coolness when speaking of death Children's M. M. Britton was sent to tho the musicand expressed astobismentthat when so near its door, not a doubt or for four years for killing David an attorney's fee of $10 for au application in so short a timo they had accomplishfor an increase of pension. It is held fear, waa a forcible reminder that there ed so much. Our band Is a success this Norllcet, in September of last year, and that a fee of $3 only can bo churged is a rea'ity in religion. Tho funeral sertimo as sure as you live. Its boys are of Yellow Hammer Ackles 21 years for tho Mrs. Ed Patterson, of Warsaw, Ind., mon by his pastor, Kov. A. V. Sizemore, Come and sec us. tho right kind of Btuff and know no such murder of Johu Taylor by tho Somerset was decending a stair with her baby in was comforting, und the procession ox- success to you, court. word as fail. Here's tended from town to tho cemetery, over Jacob Moran, and industrious Swiss her arms when her foot caught in her young men, and may your efforts be "a of a mile distant the laet skirts and she fell headlong to the Btono inv forever." They will nlay agiin Sat- - was run over and instantly killed by a tribute to an old soldier of the Cross. pavement, causing instant death. Shu urdny during tho exhibition of tho coal engine at the Diamond coal works, Dear father, how we miss thee! How MEN'S AND BOY'S near Altamont. He leaves five small or- fell on her baby, crushing it to death. horses. lonely mother will bo without thee Jos. Lloyd Haigh, who In 1SS0 failed phan children, without mother or means for $300,000. dragging tho Grocers' Bank May we, your children, Btriye to imitate Koland Maltby, of Pittsburg, Pa., of support. life strive to lire so as to be ready In Covington Frank Long, in a tit of down with him, and who was subse- your was so outrage! when his wifo told him to die when the message comes. aho wbb going to buy a hoop skirt that jealousy, together with intoxication, cut quently sentenced to four years' impris"Peaceful be thy silent slumber, be drew a razor aud atlemptod to cut his wife's throat with a Barlow knife onment for forgery aggregating $123,000, Peaceful in the grave so low, and then plunged the blade into his was arrested in Now York for stealing a her throat. Thou no more wilt join our number, railway will hereafter own neck. Neither of them are dead, loaf of bread valued at eight cents. TheO.&O. Thou no more our songs shall know. divisions. but tho chances are against the woman's be operated in two general Yet again we hope to meet thee, Here it is again. The Newport Jour Lexington recovery. The Huntington, Cincinnati, When tho day of life is lied, nal says: Sandy division are to bo known Then in Heaven with joy to greet thee, and Big According to tho Dover Nuws and The Ixtkrior Jouknal and Newport tho SuperWhero no farewell tear is shed." as the Western Division and Hawaii is prowill bo J. M. Gill, office at Journal aro now cussing tho Legislature Prince Kawanauaoka intendent TTTCT TW A Bolivian Indian 0 feet 10 inches will be in Latin. However nothing short of red-h- nounced Havayyee. As old man WaliJUJl an... HuntinRton. II. 0. Boughton pokers in the hands of disgusted ton Immediately remarked to the Inte- high and weighing 418 pounds will be Superintendent of tho Lexington and with headquarters at constituents will ever cause tho body to rior Jouknal "Havayee not had enough one of tho curiosities on exhibition at Big Sandy division the World's Fair. "get a move on." Owensboro Inquirer. of this?" Ashland, Ky. Mrs. E. S. Rowland and Misses Sue THE CYCLONE AGAIN TO THE FRONT, m .,....:.!. IARSTTOWN.f STEPHENS & KNOX. t CHEAPER Than EVER post-olllc- e s SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL FAFER & ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. IU-k- er, Wo Bo McIMMBEJRTI lia-ttne- e KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, ""T 7Td ,,.., 1 11 - " "J Dry work-hous- e, KIITG 4 PREWITT. post-office- -- .,,, YOU I illuo-Grass- . IMPROVEMENT c ja- - JrC Jfcr o Impor-tuUuven- la never-fadin- g BASEMENT. Fine Footwear, Sn peui-tentiar- y threo-fourtli- B EYEEANOE MN 1 CLOTHINGI New Stock H. New Styles, . ot J. McROBERTS. XV VriTrT'i "? "x" -- lJer'" i W IMX -- .- " iT"-- J ' WVPT " ','v-- V lbf St-'- Tub 1,600 convicts were turned over to the State Siturday by tho Mason & Foard Company, who declined to continue their least'. For the first time for Stanford, Kv., - App.il 1, 1H93 years all of them oro insido tho walls and the worst feature is that most of them are idle, nt a cost of $3o0 a day to tho W. P. State. Tho sinking fund commissioners advertised for bidders for the lease nil over the counlrv. but not a einglo one responded, so the elephant is likely to remain ou the hands of the State, unless IPIR.IID.A.'Sr. tho Legislature can mustor enough brains to pass a bill providing for workSkcrktahv Grksham Is unearthing r ing tho convicts on the roads of the State. great deal ol rottenness in connection That is tho only way that their labor with the Behring Sea commission. The would not be brought in conflict with commission iteelf is recklessly extravafree labor, and at tho same time benefit gant, besides having a number of the latter. who are paid $15 a day and nothine. In addition to It is nearly always thus, when preach his regular Balay as paymaster of the era give up their sacred functions to nrmy, Lige Halford has been putting wade in tho mire of politics. Rev. S. H. each day $15 in hia iuside pocket, for Buchanan, of Little Rock, Ark., was a paying the commission, while J. Stanley few years ago a prominent preacher of of President Garfield, the Cumberland Presbyterian church. Brown, son has been doing likewise. The secretary He gave up the pastorate to accept tho is proving that he is as good a democrat political office of treasurer of the Insane as there is in Washington by cutting off Asylum and now he is in jail for embezthese sinecures and scraping off other zlement. Tho old maxim that a shoebarnacles that the republican adminis-tratiomaker should stick to his last could very has permitted to cling to the Bhip well bo changed to read, a preacher of State. should swing onto his pulpit. Semi-Weekly InteriorJouml -- WALTON. EIGHT : PAGES. EVERY hang-era-o- n, in-la- n made bis bed hard, he can lie hard and official patronage. out in the cold till ho can show forth Headsman Maxwell decapitated IDG works more meet for repentance, than offering resolutions and making a monk republican postmasters Saturday, a passably fair record until von consider that ey of himself generally. offices there are over 50,000 fourth-classhipment of beautiful women rep- that need democrats to preside over The resenting various nationalities of the Old them right now. Counting 300 days as World arrived safely in the New York a working year, it will take him at this port Saturday. They were chosen o ut rate nearly the whole four years to get of L500 women as fair as the sun ever the last rascal out. Turu on the steam 's shone upon and all are Baid to be as Brer. Maxwell, if you would break beautiful of face aa they are perfect of record. form. They rango in ages from 19 to 23 A Kansas lady only 2 J and weighing and represeut every typo of beauty. This 472 pounds wants to be postage stamp part of the show ought to draw like a neent at tho World's Fair. There ia no porous plaster, except from Kentucky, question of her ability to hold the oflico where we are so used to pretty women down, but tho more importaut ono is: that the Bight of them no longer excites are the secretory ducts of her salivary wonder. glands equal to licking Columbian stamps in favor of li- for the millions who will wish it done? Okk of the arguments censing the sale of liquor at Kyotn, Minn., The Louisville Times April fooled the was that there would bo no funds boys with a bogus list of presidential apfor lighting the street lamps but the Beut joy to the hearts young woman's christian temperance pointments, that of eomo and pain to those of others, till union knocked that out in short order. lines were reached. Some of tho It raised the mouey by subscription to our bottom have not caught on yet that people buy tho oil and allotted a lamp to each girl, whose duty it will he to keep it trim- it wiw a joke. med and burning. So far they are doing NEWSY NOTES. their work nobly and the whisky men -- On the 30th the N. Y. Central will will have to Invent some other excuse to have that traffic continued. reduce the already fast time to Chicago five hours from New York. TaE Peruvians have a treat in store. Senator Kenna's widow will bo apHon. James A. McKenzie has been ap pointed at Charleston, W. pointed minister to their country and if Va., by President Cleveland. the sun ever Bhone on a more genial gen in Green indicted The grand-jurtlcman or a more captivating orator or the county judge for malfeasance in ofcon versationalistthan "Quinine Jim," we fice and willful neglect of official duty. haven't heard of him. The salary is $10,-0The Hiegins Hotel at Bradford, Ph., a year, with some perquisites and burned Friday night and with it five little or no work, bo the clever Kentuck-ia- persons. Over 25 others were injured. will have ample time to tell his jokes The Chesapeake and Ohio announces to the admiring crowds that will al- reduced rates for the National Naval ways gather around him. Rendezvous, at Hampton Roads, April s Ad-laipost-maste- Poor littlo Tomtit Tettit, who is trying The Mahometan office seekers, who to break back into the democratic fold, could not go to the mountain when it after injuring it all he could by Hopping was at Washington, are now fleeing to to thB people's party, offered a resolu- Richmond since it has come that close, tion in the Legislature the other day eu- and the hegira is simply immense. logizing President Cleveland and his se- Messrs. A. K. Denny, J. W. Rout. A. 0. lection of Gresham for Secretary of State Dunn et id genus omne struck for Madbut the little buncombe business was Bat ison yesterday, where Gov. McCreary is upon 4.3 to 21. Tommy left us with cause at present, lie came home to rest, but or excuse, after having fed at the public he'll find that uneasy lies tho head that crib forlo these many years, and having has anything to do with dispensing the wife new emhalminc nrocoss. for which it is claimed thnt the body will keen for uses in better condition than mummies, has been pat the entn.l nml was tried Friday for the first time at Pittsburg. John, James and Jacob Bonebright, triplets, celebrated their 50th anniversary at the home of James in Kentucky, ncrosa the Ohio river from Ripley, O , Monday. They are all in robust health, and each has a family. The summer residence of Joseph Jefferson, at Blizzard Bay, was destroyed by fire, and Helen McGratb, the cook, wasburned to death. It in estimated that the loss will reach 250,000, of which $150,000 is on tho paintincs. The statement of tho National Treasury for the first month under Secretary Carlisle shows a reduction of $153,532 in the Government debt, and mi increase of $1,502,050 iu the cash in tho Treasury. Tho free gold now amounts to $G,S02,223. report According to Bradstreet'a there were 3,000 failures throughout tho United States during tho past three months, a smaller total than has been reported for any quarter In 1 1 years. Tho total liabilities amounted to $39,424,S5S. Secretary Cirlislo has discovered thatlatu Privato Secretary Halford is drawing $15 a day as disbursing officer to the Bering Sea Commission in addition to his regular salary as paymaster in the army. The extra anowanco win ue stopped. Matthew Keek, of Tur.ewell, Tent, is tho father of 20 living children, tho oldest 40 and the youngest 23. All of thorn, are married and tho grand- - and number 102 and 31 respectively. The old mnn ia 0 ana Ins A j&sssPRIGES ATZ The Louisville Store Can lot Goods Be Matched. TREMENDOUS LOT OF BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK I Our Dress Goods Department is complete. And striking. Furnishing Ginghams, Mulls, Lawns and a big line of all wool Dres Goods in all the new shades at the lowest prices. In Clothing and Gents' EVERYTHING- NEW E IM i P-T- 3L m IflF! TK' TT'TC! & M JL jESl JSMEi THE JJ&MJb m unsurvassed. Come and exam inn. mi.v Rugs and Lace Curtains at Oii.r Rhnp ataeh ix Cn.nwhs. JltrtMixS. G5. r y 00 n Gov. Jab. D. Poktkr, of Tennessee, pays he was not an applicant for minister to Chili, but will arcept it. He hopes to restore friendship between this country and that and both are to he congratulated on the substitution of a gentleman and a scholar for an adveuttirer and a fraud. It was not Mr. Pat Egan's fault that war was not declared between the two nation), and the Chilians showed re to have tolerated markable him at all in their midst. self-contro- 17. The long talked of typo writer trust has been formed and incorporated at Trenton, N. J., with a capital of $20,000,-000. Jim Corbett has signed an agree- ment to light Charlie Mitchell be foro the Coney Island Athletic club for a $60,000 purse. The Hotel Alford, on Cumberland Avenue, Middlesboro, is nearly complete and will be thrown open to the public May 1. l of The appointment of State Thomas F. Bayard, of Delaware, to bo ambassador to Great Britain, will be received with; satisfaction all over the country. It will also gritify tho democracy to know that Mr. Cleveland is above pandering to the silly sentiment for retaining such a republican in office as Robert T. Lincoln simply because he is tho son of his father. Fred Grant ought to be given his walking papers, too, as soon as they can bo made out. President Cleveland frankly avers that he intends to smash the slates fixed up by Congressional delegations for the distribution of local patronage. The State board of valuation changed the taxable value of distilled spirits from $12 to $11 on the .protest of the liquor men and because of certain shrinkage. Jeremiah Noble has found a vein of coal on hia farm, on Lost Creek, over 5 feet thick. It has the thickest cannel block yet discovered in tho county. Jacknon Hustler. a All the capital stock in new furnitura company has been subscribed, and the company will beiii n operation at once, using the Novel ty Wood Work's plant. J. II. Dickerson, of Buigin, was robbed by a negro woman in Chicago ol $!, 050 and $5,000 in checks. She was arrested and tho money recovered, but she had destroyed the checks. Gen. Passenger Ageut O. P. At more announces that the L. it N. v. ill sell round-tritickets to the Road Convention, to bo held at Bowling Green, April 12 and 13, at oue fare for the round-tri- p. Middles-borough'p Louisville's Napoleon of Finance, Mr. A. R. Sutton, was at last arretted for . forgery and hypothecating warehouse receipts and held in $.30,000 bail. Hia clerk, Wm. Becher, was held in a like Bum and neither being able to put up the money or security, they now see the licht only through iron bars. Tho amount of their stealing aggregates $225,-00The banks are the priucipal loser, but mauy individuals are caught. 0. John Sutter, a New Yorker, with $21,500 to his credit in bank, was arrestbetween the two cities, ed at St. Paul for askiug n street pedesthe prize. As trian for 23 cents to get a meal of vituala this section would favor Lexington. with. At the time of his arrest he had Tub supply of generals ia fast becom- a greasy wallet in hu inside pocket coning exhausted, but the crop of colonels taining $lSt an I papers showing that he was drawing a pension. grows with perennial beauty. posing to give a cool million, if it draws that a large majority of the Legislature favors tho removal of the capita,!, but it may be a weak invention of tho enemy. Certain, however, it is that Lexington and Louisville are stirring themselves to get it, the latter pro- It is reported Richard Cobb bought in this county a buuch of feeding cattle at 3c and sold to Johnson, of Boyle, a bunch of fat heifers at 2 Jc. There are oyer 1,200 entries to tho Kentucky Futurity, to bo trottod in '95 and 9t. Tho fctake is guaranteed to be worth $25,000. J. F. Witherupoon, of Mercer, lost his tobacco ham by lire, containing pounds of tobacco; building and con tents valued at $10,000. Four hundred ewes of btrawberrits picked ripe in Texas and shipped in the new refrigerator cars, arrived in Chicago in tuite good condition. mules at Sales of a lot of cattle at 4 J and 149 $120. :il acres of land, near Midway, at f 94 are reported in the Woodford bun. A Southdown owe, belonging to Mr. Julia E. Isaacs, Eastwood, JeUerscn county, dropped, March 22d, 4 Iambs (2 bucks and 2 ewes) all doing well. Wool Wasted. Bring mo your wool and get the highest market price. I want it and will buy it if you will give me an opportunity. Win. Moreland, Stanford, Ky. Mra. Everett, wife (A a Now Orleans drayman, bus proven herself to be a most excellent veterinary surgeon. Tho best part of it is she will accept no pay for her services. 50,-0- 00 two-year-ol- Miss Daisy Lynn anil MUsNewlan 1. And ask a continuance of the patronage extended the firm of Higgins of Rockcastle, are guests of Miss Maggie & VanArsdale, ...,- will make it to the interest of others to trade with Middleton. Willie Kim:, of Junction the books and accounts have been transferred to me nml I will City, is homo on a vfait to his parents, me. continue tnc latter with all who desire. King. Mr. and Mrs. Perry FARM AND TBAPE ITEMS. The residence of Mr. W. Buchnnati ted'Clothing, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless oncost to close John Smith sold to B. F. Robinson caught firu from a flue last week and the out stock. yoke of oxen for $75. roof was nearly half burned oil. Ah coon B. G. Fox sold to Ed Pendleton, of as the alarm was given the men rushed Virginia, three harness horses for $090 from every direction and soon had it Advocate. under control. Crab Orchard is tho most A. M. Pence has a 3 year old which sympathetic little place in imo of dis he claims can show a quarter very near tress ou the globe. Our thanks are uie to 30 seconds. every man in town, but especially to F. J. Jones has SO acres of land and Eph Payne, Harry Magre, J. W.and Ward a fine house at Preachersville for Bale. Moore. J. It. Bailey, D. G. Slaughter ami Address him there. Dr. Wall, who labored hf.nl and uutir Of Every Description, Wm. Moreland sold in Cincinnati a ingly. car-loa- d of hogs at Gl to 7.40 and a lot of Mr. and Mrs. Van Nays, of Living- butcher heifers at 4.35. Bton, conducted a gospel temperance Wool. I want to buy 100.000 lbs Tues or more of wool. Will pay highest mark- meeting nt the Baptist church last day night, which was both interesting et price. A. T. Nunnelley. J. L. Cocar has bouglit during the and instructive. "A Murderer's Last last week 100,00!) pounds of hemp at Words Before the Court" was read with D. M. Ferry's Garden Sec.1 in bulk and package. All new seed. feeling by Mr. W. O. Hansford." "The $1.80, says the Midway Clipper. The Independence Driving Park As- Bible Letaon," by Mrs. New land and sociation is out with a futurity stake "The Voter's Soliloquy" by Mrn. Buch worth $10,000, for foals of '33, to be trot- atiau contained much food for thought. Mr. and Mrs. Vn Nuys are zealous ted in '1)5. Near Shepherdsville while an Italian was giving a performance one of hia bnrs broke loose and seriously injured Miss Matilda Jones, a highly respectable ludy. Tho enraged people killed the bear and the Italian aived his life by speedy flight. Near Wooster, O , John Stephenson, an aged and prominent citizen, fell from a stroke of paralysis while walking along a railroad track. A hungry tramp saw liim nml took him to town just in time to save him from beieir crushed to death by the cars. "Mrs. Harvey Isham, of Mayaville, followed her husband to a house of and gave him and the woman he was with a sound threshing. Then she undertook to march the man home, but after going some distance, he became violently enraged at his wife's iebube, and knocked her down and stamped her almost to death and then fled. For some time past Jim Biiley, living at Wooldridgo mines, has been jealous of Rock Gorman, an Friday Bailey's wife, after taking all his money, skipped with Gorman and went over to a mine in Kentucky. Bailey started in pursuit, and finding the pair at a house in the camp, he called Gorman to the door and killed him. t. R. Dollins, aged 03, died at May-woo- d Friday of pneumonia, leaving a wife an three children, all grown. The funeral was preached at his home Sat urday by Rev. A. V. Sizemore and he Kremlin, 2 07f is yet untried as a was buried afterward in tho old Tucker sire, btill ono of his progeny has covered burying-ground- . a mile in 2: 14 J. This is the foal carried J. 1 in utero by Brava when she made her record at Nashville tho day before Krem-li- n trotted hia famous mile. Win. Moreland sold to Geo. W. 30 6hoatn, averaging 100 pounds, at 01c; to J. B. Owsley a hnnch of same at same nrice: to I. S. O.vsloy a huuch of saina at (JJc and to John Carrier a hunch atOjc. Honlsosoldto J. S. Owsley a lotlof feeding cattle at 4 Jc. He bouglit of Cameninch Brow, a bunch of extra steer, May delivery, at 4c Kv-aiiH THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I Have Purchased of W. H. Higgins. His entire interest in the GROCERY Aud- - CRAB ORCHARD. We forgot last week to mention the , arrival of a line boy at Mr. I). G.Slaugh-tfrVRobert Price. Ho is a bright, haudeome little fellow. Mrs. Tom McRoberts and hor Bister, MiM Boh Yeakey, of Brodhead, were guests of their aunt, Mrs. W. T. Stephenson,.Saturday and Sunday. There was a box supper at the College last Thin silay night for the benefit of tho band, which was quite successful, but wo did not learn the nmount realized. HARDWARE warn. BU, SHE. IE., GARDEN TOOLS, v New York Seed Potatoes, McKINNEY BROS. workers in the temperance cause, their whole hearts being in the work. Mrs. Van Nuys iravo quite an intereftin lecture to the audience, who will be glad to listen agaiu to her. DEATH'S DOINGS. HUY THE CELEBRATED Mre. Sallie M., wife of R. C. Englo-man- , Sr died at 8:30 c. Jt. Sunday, of cancrof the stomach, aged about 50 yearn. Until two months ago, she was apparently healthy, when she was taken ill and the doctors diagnosed that th" trouble arose from a tumor. She was taken to Lexington, where an operation was performed, Hnd the real nud-denly VULCAN Chilled Plow. 1 ' Every One Warranted. Olive Points three for Si. trouble discovered. After she had rallied sufficiently she was brought home, but ha-- hetn gradually sinking ever since. She was the second wife of Mr. Engleman and her maiden name was Mis Sallie Bryan. Of the children horn to them, four biirvive Mrd. J. S. Hundley, J. W., R. O , Jr., and Joetta Engleman, all of whom were present when the end came and for whom great sympathy is felt iu their sad bereavement. Mis. Euglemau was a member of tlrts Rush Branch Christian church and was a good woman in every respect. Tho remain? will bo interred iu Buffalo Cemetery this afternoon at 3, af er a serv.ee at tho grave by Rev. W. E. Ellis. i W. H. WEAREN & CO. AGWGBt mhmtiWlnUwA U koceivinr Hii -: SPRING : AND : SUMMER GOODS Goods Warranted and a Perfelt, .Fit Guaranteed. Give mr - t mil MM l1 ; LivsaE JarWjfc:r.wt jHftWWMa-dWfeiM- ft mmmmmmmm--amamsmtmmiimismmmgm- i Win .t. .jlj? ' ' y ijipyippm i iM wr mm BBBBHWiWW i Wi l Bin; pi spi i 0Him npi iT7irariM-MMMtoiiMTngriMTWriiii- I'l I mil I II iPi " IWW ( " ili"" " '"'"W . T" - " "i"- -" n " v t;1.? fW'V "' 1 " - - . t- - '" . fi t.jt ..JiPHiVHbJVMlMvwMavi ii MiiiBtMMMllWff ii "T ' - f iy--.- - - iW "tmm I f i TiiKotdcnt inhabitant can not recol so hardened that it will rtriko fire in . THE BEST PLACE TO BUY lect a prettier than xraa enjoyed collision with steel. The Easter also a fine day. Sunat the Chrisand yesterday was Wk invito thu fartiuMH to inspect our day was tho perfection of spring weath- tian church was a decided feature of Al'ltll, 4, 1891 Wliiloly Hinders nml Mowers. Karris & STANFORD, Kv., er. Local storms for last night and fair Sunday's worship and followed by a ser Hanllii. are thu predictions of the sig mon appropriate to the day, by Rev. W. E. Ellis, thu occasion proved both p'eas Buy your seed Irish potatoes of W, II. nal service. B.awAbTON, bub, ManaRer ant and profitable to the large crowd that Wcaron ib Co., and got tho beat nt tho Notices for application for liquor li- attended. Uncle Jimmie Warren, noxv lowest price. cense have been posted as follows: B. PERSONAL POINTS, in his 80th year, presided at the comOuii good demoerntic friend, Win. F. Eddings, at McKinnoy; M. L. Harris munion table and testified anew to the Ma von J. L. Cui.vuit, of Somerset, was All new stock and latest designs. nt Crab Orchard, and J. V. Carrier and goodness Huser, has buon appointed of God that attended him in town Inst week. I). L. Twaddle at Ilowiand. S. A. Coyle during tho 00 years of has religious life. at Ottenheiin. J. B. Walker has been his Mies Ettik Ykamkh, of Boyle, Is visit Friday's Louisville Times contains a appointed at Kirkavillo and C. L. Searcy is not satisfied with the refusal of the ng Miffl Mnry liruco. county judgo to grant him distiller's li- fair cut of Rev. John O. Rust, who reWaco. Couiv Hays, Eeij., of Uockcastle, was at cense, so ho lias picked his flint and cently held a revival at the Baptist church here, and also a picture of the here on business Friday. Lkni)bu Davmhon and wife, of Gar- will try again. cherch he haB just succeeded in comSqure J. 8. MunniY went to KocK cas- rard, have tlireu children, whose charged with pleting at Bardstown, and which was W. B. Smith, tho man tle river yesterday to fish. are all living, each of whom dedicated Sunday, Rev. F. II. Kerfoot Sew- preaching tho sermon. Mrs. Will Sau.vdkhh lias moved to one is past four scoro years and ten. The stealing $100 from the Tho building is GENUINE- ing Machino Co., evidently did not want Gothic in design, is made of rough naof Mrs. Finnic- Green's houses. oldest is nearly 100 yearn old. tive stone, has a seating capacity of bOO to add perjury to ins other crime. His Mks K. T. Hociikstkii. who lta-- heeu and cost $23,000. the auditoriquite ill, ia very much improved. Jons Temple Giiavus, a prince nmong own evidence was sufficient to hold him um there nre five Besides school recitaSunday corroborating tion rooms. Mr. Rust is one of tho Mips Doha Sthauii Iihh taken charge of orators, will lectin o nt Walton's Opera for further trial, without owbrightest young preaehprs in tho Statu millinery at Adairvillu, Logan county. House next Monday night, 10th, on the testimony. Ball was fixed at 5300, a Thats is jvhat we arc the Great Bargain House; and if you will ing to his inability to give any amount. and has been signally successful. Ho Heign of the Demagogue. Admission Mup. Mostk Fox, of Danville, is visitbegan life as an editor, which may ac- - examine our salcsbook you will sec some people think so. Here is Everybody ought to at He was nrosecuted by Messrs. John W. couut lor it. ing her motner, Mrs. Alice Haughmaii. 50 cents. the Yerkes, J. W. Alcorn and J. B. Faxton tend. d Tei.i.kh W. M. HiiiniiT lias been Sunthlno comet no matter how dnrL the and defended by Messrs. K. O. Warren are, when the woman Mho Is borne down ty TutiiK is on exhibition hero a crayon and J. L. Colyer. to hisbed with a bovoro cold for woman's troubles turns to Vr. Plerco's Favorite portrait of Mr. John M. Hail, made by Prescription h jvernl days. Ifhei life is made gloomy by the weaknenet, delicate derangements, and Mayoii Vaniikvkkh is very proud of a chronic disorders Mk. E. W. Smith lias been appointed Win. McDonald Waters, of Danville, painful that afflicts her sex. ther nre inspector of ties on tho Knoxville Divia-- that would do credit to moit any artist tomahawk and butcher knife presented completely enred. II she's overworked, nervous, or A splendid coarse Shoe for men at $ i and the best Congress and lunuown," sne nas new lire and strength. of the and considering that ho never took a him by Michael John Mitchell, our clev"Favorite Prescription" Is a powerful, invigora it N. ever offered at S1.25, S150 and Si. 75. A splendid boys' a soothine and strengthening Mikm Emma JoNr, of Montlcallo.istho lenson, is remarkable. It is an exact re- er blacksmith. They are made out of ting tonic and vegetable, perfectly harmless. ncrIt hec Shoe vine, purely Suit $1.50 and up to $ 10. Men's Suits beginning at $4 ol gjest of her aunt, Mrs. Ktnily Jones, at production of the photograph and a good old horse shoes and tempered by a pro- regulates and promotes all the proper functions the improves cess of his own invention, that makes it womannowi, aches and Ulxeeticn. enriches Coirey House. generally. likeness blood, dispels A large line of Neglige and white Shirts 25c the pains, brings lefreshing and running up to 320. and vigor, for as hard as steel and capable of as aharp 'siecp, ami restores nealtn di'turbtnco it is theeviry up to $1.25. Mu. T. V. Ukrii has been promoted Female Complaint" and White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Handkerchiefs and only A nkoiio named lUndolph Twcat, who and lasting an edge. You had better remedy so sure mid ui.l liiintr that it can bo guar- from clerk to master of tra'na to timean erii. sayB ho Is from Key West, Fla , was seen look out for the mayor nox Hois liakeeper for this division. If it doesn't benefit cr cure, you have your his pretty wife, to break the window of Peto Hampton's ble to buckle on his butcher knifo and money back. Mu. En Owk.nb and Thursday with his tomahawk go on tho war path was Miss Itebccca Cook, of Btirgin, visit-o- confectionery establishment night and take out h watch and some at the sligthest provocation, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. friends here Friday. In Dress Goods, Domestics and French Ginghams, Pine Apple other things. Ho was arrested and at Mns.!llANSAH Stkiikk, of Crab OrThe justices met with Judge Varnon his trial Saturday was held in ?100 bond Cloths, Canton Cloths, Sattccns, &c. If you would dress well come chard, went to Louisville yesterday to yesterday for the purpose of fixing the THE P. 0. MILLINERY. to the circuit court. to our house for everything to wear, and if you would buy the cheapbur a stock of millinery. county levy nml pass on claims tiled too Miss Mahy, daughter o( Cnpt. 1. F Wii.i.18 Looas, thu negro who was est Carpet you ever had in Cotton, Cotton Chain, all wool Supers, last court. There were Call at the room and see the Powell, who has been sick with malarial caught at the straw stack in which Mr. late for their Tapestry and Brussels, Body Brussels, Wilton Velvets and Moquettes tiresent Ebouirea John Bailey, W. A. fever for some time, i butter. and Joint L. Haney's stolen meat was found, Coffey, W. L. Dawson, G. I). Smiley, you must come to K, H. Caldwell, Tim friends of Squire Stock was held to thu circuit court in L. 11. Adams, A. C. Carman, Win. attain after u Jr., are xni to boh him out bond, which he. gave. Nothing but the J. T. Browu, George W. Young, W. P. Of Milliner)- in town 1 he goods and prices are bound to please you. long Heigu with a broken leg. fact that he was there connected him Grimes, George P. Bright, H. F. 10 MRS P. T. COURTS. Mr. W. F. Shkiuda.n nan up from with the crime, but that of Itself is pret E. B. Caldwell, Jr. After passing Uvillo yesterday, looking as pretty and ty conclusive evidence airainst him. a number of claims and admitting as happy aH a big sunflower. , tho court persons to thu of Capt. Frank , OwiNii to the Mempmn, is of Mrs. I'attik Tuesday, as the sherviilting her sister, Mrs. J. M. Hubbard, Harris, master of trains on tills division, adjourned till next LOOAN AVKNUE, Supt. W. P. Piko has transferred him to iff was not quite ready for a settlement. who continues In poor health. : : Mrs. Mary W. Howma.v, of Islington, the dispatcher's ollice, of which ho is The election of directors of tho DanJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. visiting her eiitcr, Mrs, made chief, and Mr. B. F. Boiler has ville it Crab Orchard turnpike Saturday i ho lias been selli pd Imver thnn anyone else in Alv 1893. Forcbtus Held, xxent to Mercer county succeeded to bis position. Mr. J. A. resulted In thu selection of Messrs. G. town 'ew atoclc of Fruits every Mtidd goes back to thu first trick, with A. Lackey, Saturday. L. Bosley, J. W. Guest, TO J. Full corps of Conservntory and Normtl Schoot teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and Mr. ash Mus. Scon Faiiiiio, of Crab promise of promotion to chief on the W. M. Higgins, J S. Owsley and John An F.xcelient boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Orchard, hnvo moved to toxxn and will tirst vacancy. Bright, tho latter in tho place of J. H. old Commercial occupy rooms in tho Giiounii to Pikcks. Thu cnbooao of a McAlister. An efiort xvaH made to elect AND LINCOLN COUNTV. subuilding. Hotel freight train jumped the track on ac- Dan Stage, Jr., over Mr. Bosley for Ihauling you lor your liberal ratronace for Ice Mu. J. A. IJowicH, xvho has been clerk count of a defective froi, at Burnside, perintendent, but it failed, the old man last seA'on, I respectfully rnjuest its continuance for tho chief dispatcher of the K. 0. di aiidW. S. Phillips, who attempted to receiving shout 1,500 otes to the young during tho coming season Indeed I f tpect all to -. vision, baa been promoted to dispatcher jump, was thrown under tho wheels and manV 15. In tho former's vote, how- use the Is now prepared to exhibit to the Ladies a choice and elegant assortand now has the third trick. His olliro uruNhtHi to death Mr. T. M. Thatchor, ever, is included tho State's proxy. Most MANUFACTURED ment of will is at l'ana. secretary of the Pulaski Fair Co., xvas everybody is glad that Mr. Bosley Frr thev reasons' I irst, It is male by a home JuimikT. ' Mokiioxv entertained the also in tho caboose, but; jumped far be retained. He hiv been with tho pike institution bicond. tho lie is absotutely and G-OOD- S chemically pure, bein mat'e rem spring water, local bar and visiting attorneys at bis enough to encape injury. so long and served it so faithfully that which is Mm distilled and then carefully filtered belli); Ice will last home at Sonieieet thu other night, and tilings wouldn't look natural without before longer frozen. 1 hird, Artiliiial an epidemic We make this announcement that all may avail themselves of the than pond Ice Fourth, much , Til k nMi'fcsor'a books have been com- him. Hon. K. 0. Warren, who was pren.-ntof cholern is looked lor during- the j par and nothopportunity of selecting their goods for . ing is so apt to pioduce or spread this ducav as tells us it as a rare occasion of feasting pleted and are now in thu handsofCoun Impure Mater 01 Ice. Kifth,tt will be CHURCH AFFAIRS. ty Clerk George B. Cooper. Misses Sal-li- e and good cheer. and Jersio Cook, of HuBtouvllle, ncain Mu. Ciiarlkh I. Weiiu, formerly a Hv. V. K. Arnold will preach at Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l And the Spring in time, and as extra inducement for you to come your Doors nominatc implied mo work, wuien was none wim Xeal'a School-hotienext Sunday nt 3 compositor on this paper, xxas early, we have marked our goods at such Low Prices as will cause mayor of Paris eimmeudable neatness ami dispatch. I". m. Hcry morning at tbo follow nig Pricci.ed by tho democrats for you to wonder how such fine quality of goods can be sold on so small crubM on We congratulate Tho looks show that tho total amount of Hev. A. V. Slzemore will preach at For too pounds oroer oc per humlred. Call and see us, compare these Goods and Prices with next Sunday af- i'or jo pounds to 100 Colley'ri School-housper hundred. a margin. that n man can get there even taxable property in the county 45c For 10 to 50 pounds. we can please you and 12)1 and that tho exemptions for personal 50c per hundred. anylhing you can find and we feel satisfied xxith short leg. ternoon. No less than 10 pounds delivered. save you money. Hov. A. S. Moiritt !h holding a meetMisi LuIK Si.axiamui w III leavo for property amount to ?3'2r,:i7d. The amount I'.. HHF.Mf.lt. 10 n protracted visited to friend in Glasgow of taxable property this year is SJ.'PJ ing at tin; Maxwell street i'resbyterian tomorroxv. She xxill accornpAiiy Mrs inexifM? of last vear. church, Lexington. mi Slierin" Menefce Mary Dickinson, who returns home after Itev. Thomas Spurgeon will fill hit) Aiiot'T four years ago months J.N.MKNKFEE a pleasure visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. father's pulpit in London ono year on Thire came to my place about 3 get same ago A. C. SINK by a Red Heifer Calf, Owner can had his house on thu Somerset pike to trial. K. Ellis. pa) me $1 fur this notice and the feed bill burn, and in it wns a lot of wheat and Hov. J. L. Hamilton, a wife murderJOHN M. HAI.K, It. Dollins and famother valuables. J. CITY AND VICINITY. Stanford, Ky. er, was thu first preacher to set in the 9 ily were occupying it at thu time, but chair at Sing Sing. Ho wa electrocuted Onion sets and garden seeds at A. A. nonoof them ere at homo. Mr. Menyesterday. Warren's. efce complained to Mr. Dollins and told Klder J. O. Livingston will preach Gauiiks seeds of all kinds at W. H. him of his carelessness in leaving tho at Sugar Grove at a i. m. next Sunday, Of Spring and Summer Millinery at house alone with tire in it, but the old at which time he will also Wearen A Go's. NOEL SISTEE'S PAHL0R, man had nothing and if thu law had said Lot of shudo trees for sale. J. 0 so he could iiot hnvo paid Mr. Menefeo tho Sunday-schooA new church choir in BoMon has Next doar to the Welth.Wisemin Co., Main St. Thompson, Lancaster. anything fur his loss. Mr. Menefeo fig- for its soprano Mrs. Marie Barnard Smith, DANVILLE, KY. spring shoes at greatly re ured t'iMt he would be out about Nice light at n salary of $2,500 a year, and Myron All 'he Lincoln county ladies aro cordially inYem-enand then figured how to get it back. He Whitney aa its bass, on a 5:5,000 salary. duced prices at T J. Hatcher's, Our facilities for giving the greatest values (or the least outlay, are vited to attend. decided to insure Mr. Dollins' life for Stable. Hev. J. W. Hughes, in a letter to unsurpassed. that amount aud Mr. A. G. Eubtland, of Kuutucky Mctbodist, announces TOu'F. ATTENTION, PLEASE ! March came in like a lamb and the Mutual Life, of New York, soon had thu hereafter no pupils of Asbury o went out like a lamb. Another old the tho papers fixed up all riht. Mr. Men- that will bo permitted to use tobacco in I hae just returned Iroin the cities with a large ory is therefore upset. efeo made four payments, amounting to aud comprehensive any way. Dollins meeting at tho Thu JuaTreioied from Mommi, Campbell about $100, and as Mr. insurancedied last STOCK OF MILLINERY, and by night, linu of ladies' and week he will draw the church lias ended it Co., ft complete winch was selected with the greatest c.ir, .ind to ahead. Tho clever sheriff the intpectiouof the, ladies. Miss gentb' dressed and undressed kid gloves. it be with a net increase of 10 to tho member uhich I invitewho gave much satisfaction, is again bought a handsome collln for the old Nora Welch, B. F. Jotu-- it Son. ship, uight by letter. Tho church was with me, and I mn better inndltion than ever gentleman and had Undertaker Mack sell tho best rod at tho lowest pncis. Call (lacked Sunday night, when Hov. W. A. to the new stjles and Hutnnau to send it out with his best Wk have received a fi.U stock of MISS I.1CCIF. IlEAZLEV. Slavmaker preached tho closing serAny pattern sent by hearse. Patterns. mon. mail, postpaid, on receipt of catalogue Itev. W. W. Green writes from An I.NTKitioit JouiiNM. ninii t'njnyt'd, price. Soverence Son. ANDunder date of March 'JSth, as with delightful rompnny, n drive to tho "Wo aro having a wonderful compelled to uiaku an addi- Kculuy Guru, nt Grill) Orcliwrii, Fritiny, 1 will bo L'i) have returned from the cities Willi a nice lino tional charge when I have to send for iind n Htay o sovcral hours there. Mr. meeting; 111 conversions to data and wiikh I w.li nil fur a small profit, stirred ol Mlilmeryover, as frtsn as thu season's Kds, (tocils left laundry on Tuesday mornings. You can nml Mr. One Hofinnim, of thu Hotel, additions to tho church. Town v. ill sell at from last season, re idy on M on- laid us under nnuiwfd oblipatioiiH for as never before." Jessamine Journal. b wo money by having it .Meeting of tiie Tho courtesies, hich are) highly appreciated. day. Jesse .1. Thompson. CASH ONLY. COST .. Ah- Thoy mid n number of otliern, including Cumberland Hiver Sunday-Schomy stock of I do this The ladies nro invited to pretty Miss Kv.i Iiiichiuiiiu, vvero trying Bociation will bo liehl at Olivo church, lM '1 he reasonwilt bablci lo to reduce business at Ol'KMNU. tell out my goods so l first opportunity. attend my Hummer opening of mil- to inducrt tint tluli in tho l.irjjo lako there miles from Wnyni'sburir, en tho 5th Sat- the curuMiiy iiimii! tnciauics 10 can anil examine I will bo found to be Ken- my goods. I alsOmdlcit a shire ol their patron- linery, which urday in tills month. Tho South to toy with their hooks, hut it whh .MKS I.M. IIHUCE, unusually Urge and comprehensive, Monford,-Ky- , Association will uIho 'meet ajje. Iovo'h labor lout, as only two little tucky 7 Friday and Saturday, Apiil ilay. next nevliihU responded, one of theaa to tho there tho Hiimit Klder Martin Owens writes that it and 8. Miss Mary Daviess Duddorar. pintle nllurementH of n member of our i vW were- invited to join in the was ho anil not Elder LivinRnton, pirty, who were decidedly in tho mi- nimisetmmt. Mr. Ilofiunun haa begun preached Win. Terry's funeral. Ho also My mother, Mrs. Kate Duddorar, has just Si'iiiNfl hats Iron, th uithun ele.'ant line of mil nority at church Sunday. Ouo reporter already to gettlie place in shape for a writes that he has a clock with wooden linery, embracingcities Dealer In- attend-eonly counted nine nt tho ono he big summer season, for tho uuccesa of works that has been running 13 years was packed, and tho largo building which lie will leave nothing undone. aud an English lever watch, made. 75 ALL principally by the fair sex. It is almost There are at present some 150 persons years i:o. It is of silver, has a Hat dial Of the season, of hich she will have lull control. bloom even She also engaged a too soon for the flowers to takiug thu hi chloride of gold cure, in- and sold figures. existing in tho FIRST-CLASThe oldest church on ladies' hats. cluding Buveral huiiea, who want to be S And Smithland, who claims relieved of tiie terrible morphine habit. United Slates is situated in DEESS LIASER. Wremb, a brakcnian, W 0 for All th'j patients aro nice looking people, Va. It was built in tho reign oi unaries Mrs. lleird, who cuts by the only Parisian W. to bo' from Georgia, was lined fiO very quiet and show but little signs of I , botween the years 10C0 and 10:55, tho Scientific TTailor System in the United states, inand disorderly conduct at imported cluding the Seamless Oarmenit in llaaque. I'riu-rrdrunkenness being break into tho cuuho that brought them to the Cure. brick, lime and timber Dresses and Waists, also Latest Kads in ItowlBnd and attempting to of thu from England. The timber is English Skirts and Wraps. Call and examine my stock of s Dr. Dick, himself a graduate Shelton Hotel prom-iseyour order buyinga negro cabinou the Dwight Institute, In an exceedingly oak huiI was framed in England. It is a Millinery beloiel'lianking and leavepast favors for we yourdresses )ou for He had no lucre, so he languished erected in the moat sub solicit same came to his pleasant gentleman and tiie firmest tie. brick structure, till Dr. Amon MAItY DAVIS DUDDERAR. ia the lock-ustantial manner. The mortar has become . liever in tho cure wo have ever Been. relief. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal wanted. Uoamikkh, with or without Mrn. Kuiiiiu Murks. rooinB, r song-orvic- to-da- Wall A. Paper ! GIVERS!! m post-mast- R. PENNY. : grand-paren- ts Idol-Proct- or i i BARGAIN i con-flae- clo-jld- i m I- -. two-piec- e J ALL OF THE NOVELTIES -- in 1 post-offic- e Largest - Best Selected O U-acl- New-lun- d, HUGHES & TATE. i se-er-- C. D. FOWEfcl., Am-hn- poor-house- CE1TEBAL STOBE, Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, Stanford, Kentucky, January 24th, ii The People ot Stanford -- The Cash Bargain Store ICE, I IDIESS - xx o t TIKE EJLSTEK. TOTjTJDJ1Z'& B. F. - demon-titratin- g is?5,-M."- ),. e ESTRAY. JONES & SON. Grand Easter & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Opening, Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. I l. .' Col-leg- IK We Carry a Full Lino of Builders' Supplies. ten-day- Pres-byteri- f-M- ' WHITELEY -- 111 But-terick- 's Sal-vi- sa, p: MILLINERY. 1 BINDERS & MOWERS THE BEST MADE. FARMS & HARDIN. I - THE O'BRIEN WAGONS. Semi-Anuu- al ol FOR nt S.-- ITow Millinery. - T ZXIvljXlIEjIRi -- d THE NOVELTIES Faney Groceries, Fruits Confectioneries. Wrt ;'fe u - p Baker's Bread Always on Hand ,tuu amsSHSiM ' '&fs?iifr,rri'?.t tf 'sSf'rmm'aurmmmKlttJmSSS " " mj$ - JW ., , - t ti m' . Semi-Weekly 4 Interior Journa. AT ubllBhod Evory Tuoaday and Friday rVheij not to paid $2.60 will be charged.Tsa K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Howund at 700 a. m., returning j:io p. m LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. I South., The tatter trains aUo carry passengers. The above it calculated on standard time, Solar me It about o minutes fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. n ; Xo. Special, arrives 8 40 p m. No. 5, 3, Q. & C. Special, 11:37 a. m.; No. 7, Fast Mail, arrives 11:43 P- - '" leaves ia'43 p. m. North-boun- d Xo. , Q & 0. Special, 3:20 p. m.; No. 4 leaves at 6 a. m.; No. 6, Limited, 3:13 a m; No. 8, Express, arrives 1.32 p. m., leaves 1:31 p.; South-boun- ll train going North " South xprest train " South ' " North ocal Freight North - 123pm it ji pm 37 Pm ..7:0 am jajain 3 3pm THE WORLD'S PAIU RODTE. Carriage Painting & Trimming; NEW STOCK OF Blio was a little old fashioned girl, ThoO. H & D and Monon Botwcen Umnclnnatl and Chicago raised among jwonlo very much older I am again reapy to do all kinds of Carriage and Cist tune of tho The superior train than herself. Ono of the cold nights of iMln. frnm Cincinnatiservice hlcaso via the C II Painting and '1 rimming Can be found at Daueh and x II .ml Mnnnn. tuirn far that lino the title of the ert s shop, ready to servo tho public promptly mis old fashioned winter 8ho was sent to ' It is the only line running RUU well. Fair bed nnd a jug of hot water placed as n "World'ssafety Route JOHN 11. DeNAKDI.Stauford. vesttbuled trains and dining cars I'ullman protection ngainst cold feet. Sho nindo between Cincinnati and Chicago and Ihe sloepers of and compartment an earnest protest against this, and the construction and cars arc thencme the I'ullnuii World's repreenUtie of GOODS AND JLACES. will be on ex DR. 'JOS. HAAS mother had to threaten punishment Katr, as duplicates ot these trams A In the Transportation lluilding hlbitmn the littlo hopeful yielded tho point. World's Fair Album will be srnt to any address No doubt sho did somo literal kicking south of the Ohio Riser for ten cents in stamps, Hog to any iifter gotting to bed, for shortly nfter do- cents inaddress north of the Ohio ltiver for fifteenn stamps For albums, rates and Imtoriii-tioing so sho hopped to tho top of tho stair regarding World's hair trip dlre" Used Successfully Fifteen Years. FOR LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN. & T Agt . "World's ralr way with ono foot parboiled from tho McCormlck.U. Route," aoo West 4th Street Cincinnati Ohio Will arrest illietse, prcvetrs "disease, expels contents of tho jug, and with tears worms, stop cough, Ituruase the llesh and hasten streaming down her cheeks called lusmaturity Ouctclln's Arnica Salvo. CJLOTHXXTG Prices $1 30, It as ami jo cents per package, tily, "Mamma, it is really very inconThe best sslve In the worll tor cms. bruises mmij(isaleinc largest packages ate For Men, Youths and Children, Call and sores, tetter, chapfiner venient for :no to havo that jug in in? tores, ulcers, salt rhouru,corns and all skin erup he cheapest. For by examine chilblains, ped A. R. PKNNV, bed." It was removed, and tho nurse tlonshands,positively cures piles, or no pay requirand will cost you nothing to look. 97- stanlord, Ky satisfacticx sat up with tho f oot. Dotroit Freo Press. ed. It is guaranteed to civs, perfect n. Price i$ Pr or money refunded wor sale by A R. 1'ennv, Stanlord. ky. JAMES YKAGER. 1 HOMAS YEAOER. A Problem. Inconvciilctit. C Ginghams. Sateens, Irish Linen; WHITE 1 '' & Poultry Remedy Custom : Made : Shoes, our stocK. It r Trains pass Junction City as follows: d No. i, Limited, 11:13 ISlue-C-ra- ss P- - rectly to the Wiscousin Central Lines, which is STANFORD, KY. Route' 'from now admitted by all to be "The Ashland. Diilulh. Minneapolis, We are ill our new stable in the Opera Housi Paul. S llieir uouuie Block and are well supplied yiith and all points in the Northwest, dally train service and fine equipment offers In ducement which can not be surpassed. through Pull- NEW RIGS AND HORSES T his Is the only line running both anu lourm aiccpci s change. co to Pacific Coast Points without nearest tickHave been purchased and nothing but For full information address ourPassenger and turnouts will leave the stable. or James C. Pond. General et agent Ticket Agent Chicago, 111. First-Clas- This is an expression the traveling public use when they find something that is exact .h.nthev want. This expression applies di Just tho Thing. YEAGER & YEAGER, Tr. E. PERKIKTS, Orchard, Ky. Crab gen-era- llj LIVXR7, m AND M .TABU, B. Ko WEAHENo Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in "" ..- first-cla- t9A Bakincr Iv Absolutely s Jrowaer pow- aTk e Pure der. Higcst of all in leavening strength. Latest United States added, "Hero is just tho thing." "But I said" Bho began. Government Food Report. "T lrnnnr J.UUWUUI MUiUWltujnui. uwi, tiA inlam..ln.1 lV.. ROYALAKINO POWDER CO., tho cloth for a wrapper, and this is some106 Wall St., New York. A cream of tarter baking Those who have used Dr. King's New DIcov ery know its value and those who haseuot liave 13. now the opporlunltj. to try it free Call on the druggft and get a tnal bailie free. Send Co , Ch.cafo and E. lluck'eu your name get a trial bottle of Dr. King'. New I.itc Pills as well as a copy of Guide to Health an.l Household of surntecd to s Office South side Msm street, Stanford, Ky. Be No, the boss doesn't pay 1110 moro Instructor fVee. Allyou which Is at A. K 1 ennydo vacated by Dr. L. K. Huffman, in office recea nothing you good and cost than Tin worth. drug store Sho How in tho world do you man- r STRAUtl,JH. T. r CLAXK Soo tho World's Fair for 1G Conta In ago to live on it? Life. addiess and u cents t nfvour !!..,, .n mall vou our Souvenir ' Thought lie Knew It All. t'ortfolio of the World's Columbian reposition e as PRACTICAL. Tho clerk with tho waxed mustache 1 he regular price. is 5oc,.but nominal. vsantjowto ill ou haseonwemakethe price nnd hangs listened rather impatiently find it a work of Art and a thing to bo priied. It vlesol theI K whilo tho littlo woman explained what contains full . hJ Ith descriptions of same Dealers eho wanted. style ol art. If not satisfied with It alter steam and in all kinds nf Iron and Ilrass Goods foi highest vou water Goals of All stamps and "Yes, yes," ho said at last, "I under- you et it we will refund the E. Huckfcn lot Co . work guaranteed banitary defective all kinds. and & against mateilal H. keep the wurkmanship. stand." Ho took down a roll of cloth and Chicago, book. Address 5; 111. All Freo 37 Give tlicm a Call. Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvc.stincr Machines. Tmer Harrows and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Uuggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Haled Hay, &c DR. W. PENNY Dentist. ..i-.m- STRAXJB& CO., "T Plumbers and' Steam Fitters. JAMES Blankets and comforts FR1T33L lz HUSTONVILLK, KY., 1 thing fine." A. S. PRICED, KEBfep Owsley Building. SURGEON DENTIST. Drug Stare In the n Stanfsnl. Office over Mc Roberts cc DDEICTTO." "Oh, is it?" Baid the littlo woman. "Yos, if a all tho rage," ho returned as ho unrolled tho cloth. "It's just what you want, and it's cheap too." "Really?" she asked. "Oh, yes; it matches your complexion, and nothing could be better for a " wrai-per.- Castorl-Whe- n When Baby ns slclc, we gaT h- -r Child, sho cried for CastorU. she waa a When she becamo Jlbw, sho clung to Oustori. ben she had Children, sho gr vothera CaatorU. The water the best in this section, as every one who has visited it can attest. Will give immediate posses A. LiSI'OONAMORK. sion. Hubble, ty. 4 Offers bargains in all kinds of Goods for 30 days, in order to make room for his Spring Goods My Spring Shoes arc daily arriving, and far excel anything ever shown in Hustonville in quality, workmanship Well and style. I have some Shoes and Hoots left over, which I will close out very low Ladies' Pebble Huttons Kid Huttons o;c: Men's We will sell cr rent this well known remit, ihrtc Congress and Lace Shoes i..0, worth $2; Heavy Hoots $1. 25, Si. 50 miles south of Stanford, There are 70 acres or A nice line of dark Calico at 5c. Land, a Hotel UmldinK and five Cottages, besides and $2, worth double the money. a good stable and other outhouses. is Hales For Sale For the painless extraction Jof teeth and other minor surgery. 1 have tested its virtue sufficientR.C.MORGAN, D.D S. ly to know Jersey milk to the people of Mantord and at the following prices, delivered: jo cents Fresh Milk, per gallon to cents Skimmed Milk, por gallon 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon I will make two trips dally. The patronage ot the G. A. PEV'ION, public is solicited. ot-- i Stanford, Ky yr. open on January roth, tSgt. a First-Cla- ts Dair), from which I can supply any quantity I will DAIRY. ot How-lan- d Notice to the Traveling Public. I hasc had .. THE SHELTON HOUSE r At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished ana Ciase in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons iu tlio State, open day and night; anight roan miets all trains. In connection with llousr have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Mat! and for reference to water, call on Mr, and Mrs G. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Inram, Erin, Tenn . A. A. warren, aiamuru, ur D E. Proctor, C. II. Htaum, Mr. and Mrs T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Johnson NewHasen, limCox. Greenshurg. Rates $J pet day. J. M. I'eirey, clerk Gise me a call .W. CARRIER, Prop. 08o,y NEW GAliliER?. I haso built and fitted up a new and handsnm Gallery at ROWLAND, adding new scunery, accessories, and instruments and everthlng pertain Gallery. With man) years log to a First-Claexperience I am enabled to do good work at low prices Cabinet Photos, finished in tho latest and liest style at $1 50 per doren Cards $1 dozen; Diamond 7jc doieti Thanking the public for past favor,, 1 am re.pectfu.ly.ifRANKcoui)lui ss a burning glance into her eyes. "forgivo mo for leaving you, Mary?" SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL RANK OK STANFORD, we can't cure your Catarrh, no msttrr how - .nil our case orol how .long standing, we 11 pay Vamp r!rtinrr nn wifVi lh an.M bad . .. - ........ . promised by I .mi srrt--i in easn. r ri1inaii."".! the. same management. vn,.' falairh Ktmeuv r t Ky provisions or its chatter, depositors are as prove, better than any words could fully protected as aie depositors in National Doesn't It h.nhiti. irenirdv lhat cures Catarrh I v.sis Banks, its shareholders beine held ln.liwrfit.il. only $0 cents liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition 10 tht I Cough Remedy Is used amount invested In such shares, it may acts, The more Chamlieilain's liked We know of no other remedy executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully si the better it is It is good when an individual that always gives satisfaction iny-t-el- f. To those who entrusted their buislness to sou first catch. cold. It is good when vour cough . . f ?ood . in while mnafitiif the Lincoln National Hank ui . .a... -It 14- ol is seaicu anu suur .huh-- "... Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and any kind of a cough W have old twent-- I trust they will continue to transact Ihur bntineal doren of It and every bottle has given satisfaction Stedmau A I riemin.clruggiMS, Minnesota Lake. with us, nffeting as a guarantee fur prompt atten Minn, vcent bottles lor salobyW II Mcllojcrts, tion to same, our twenty years' experunce ir banking andas liberal accommodations al are coo Druggist, btantord. intent with sound banking over two My wife was confined to her bed lor of rheumatism IIIXIITOHS Drew the Lino at tli Itettirn. months with a very ses ire attack her would We J J. Williams, Mt. Vernon, Sho had just burned her nrm on the any could not get nothing th.it g ne relict, ana a 4 last retori J. M. Hall, Stanlord; oven door, and her desultory remarks Pal n.im i mil 1 f. mi r 1 rc.U s u r r r n utiti be and bv J. S. Owsley, Stanford, improse after wero yet echoing through tho humble gan toitngulatly shothe fust application, up amt was scon able to get S. J. Kmbry, Stanford, using ot yet comfortable cottage when tho man atttnd to here house work r II Johnson, cent J K. Lynn, Stanlord; Kensington, Minn, to Knutson with grizzled whiskers and an nir of belf bottles for sale Co., W. It. McRoUrts, Druggist, A. W. Carpenter, Milltdgeville; by repression lniocked at tho door. Stinford. J. K. Cash, Slauford; ' When she appeared at tho threshold, William Oooch, Stanlord, Ky of bilious Persons who aieaubjcct to nttack s S H. Shanks, President ho fell upon her neck. invariably tfll. by their reelings, colli can almost J. Owsley, Cashiei slolic. "After all theso years, after all these when to expect an attack II Chamberlain as W. M. Ilrlght, Teller soj.n Cholera and Diarrhoea Remody n taken years," ho soobed. as these ssmptotis appear, they can ward oil the Tho lines m her forehead deepened, disease buch persons should always keep the Remedy at hand, ready lor immediate use when but sho was bilent. needed. Two or three iioses ol it at the right time II or sale by "Can you" willsase them much suffering OK STANFORD. KY. Seizing her yielding hand, ho directed McRoheMs Druecist. Stanlord. rupted. "Really, Tm usually bo nccurato in my judgment that I cun hardly be- lievo" "Can.you think of anything elso that I want?" "No, madam," ho replied, with some nervousness, "I confess that I can't." "Let mo tell you, then," she said, eying him sharply over tho counter. want a clerk who will let me know a littlo something about what I want Will you kindly ask tho young woman at tho next counter to como and wait on mo?" Ho did bo, and sho purchased material for a tea gown. Baltimore Herald. "Why, I suppose, of courso" "And you're quito certain that this n the piece of roods I want?" she inter per?" "And you're sure I want it for a wrap Lookatthesiieolthoordinarr pill. Thlnof you all the trouble and disturbance that it "use. lake. something easier to Wouldn't you welcome It u at the same time it uiu Y That I. Thecasowilh Dr. Pierce'. vou" mo e They're the smallest Is now lully orjaniied and ready for business wits and but the mlldt inInaction, s. They most thorough metho. s, follow nature's rcsul up of that lasts Cons' pition.Indi-crstioand they liilHous Attacks, Sick and llllllous Head- 'Ik. 000 . permanent-ture- d. and bowels, are promptly relievcdand Farmers Bank&Trnst Co of stanford.:ky., At Almost HALF PRICE. Arbucklc's Coffee 25c; Kirc Proof Oil 15c gallon and a great number of Bargains too numerous to mention in all kinds of goods. Terms 30 days to responsible parties. is 1&. .ki n. Capital Paid Surplus, $200,000 Lincoln.County thc.bcst County in ithcJStatc; Hustonville, Ky., is the best town; "If .. The best and cheapest man in the county. have come to this town (Hustonville) and opened this day with a full line of 1 !... -- Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Also a Full Uuc of Tinware. Jf' Hoots, Shoes, lints, &c. . ' FIRST NATIONAL BANK - 1 to Til! 3 1 COME ONE COME ALL. era: 3 iraKUJii: THE RILEY HOUSE A sigh agitated her bosom. I "Yes," bh answered, "I had forgiven you for that." HOUSE STOLEST. Capital Stock- Surplus have some- Bargains to show you. - I am $200,000 20,500 - running stomi. I ! F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, Kentucky. London, - I have moved to my new Hotel and atn bettei prepared than ever to accommodate the public. cd ivery convenience de Good Livery attached sired. Uivemeacaii. 77 a corker. But" "Mary." Tho joy thnt shono from his faco was FRANK RILEY. i W. C. HT7TOHHTGS, -- PHorKIETOK resigned to your coming back." Ho perceived tho necessity of a great sacrifice on hsi part and went forth into tho woodshed and plied tho ax. Dotroit Tribune. Childish Innocence. Littlo Harold, who waa making a call on his own hook, asked tho lady of the house if sho could "como to our houso for tea tomorrow." "Why, I thought tho invitations wero for next Thursday." "They was, but I guess you better come tomorrow, for I heard mothor Bay eho wanted to havo the darned thing over with as quick as bIio could." Detroit Freo Press. Hotter. The eminent entertainer and song and dnnco man had just got off hia littlo joko about "taking u bath onco every year whether ho needed it or not," but no ono laughed. Tho eminent entertainer felt hurt. "I guess," said ho, "that I ought to havo raised tho limit in this town. Suppose we mako it once in fivo years. Now, doyou seo the point?" Indianapolis "I don't Heo why you couldn't lot it go at that. I don't believe I cau bo Sho contemplated him in a weary way. Livery and Feed; Stable, STANFORD, KF.NTUCKY. Having purchased of A. T. Nunnelley his livery business I can be found at hisold stand ready to wait on the public at any time diy or night Nothing but FIRST-CLASS Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Attention of the public is invited to the fac On tho Tught ot March ajd a HAY HORSK, 7 years old, heavy mane and tail, knot on left hind that this is tho only National Hank in Stanford lee, slight collar mark mi lift shoulder; in ordi- Under the provision of the National Hank Act nary condition; shows harness marks. A lilral ilepontors are secured not only by tha capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an reward will be given for said horse or for informaamount equal to the stock, so lhat deootitors ol tion concerning him. 8 A. II HSII, Crab Orchard. this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements of thfcondltion of the bank are madt each yesrto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated timas oy government agents, thus securing addmtous and perfect safety to depositors. This institution. oriKinslly established as tht Deposit Hank of Stanford in i8j8, then red as the National Hank of Stanford in 1S65 and as the First National Hank ol (gam Stanford in iS8, has had practically an uninterenstencoof-j- j years rupted It Is better supplied now with lacilitles for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-te- Three : Big Else in the country. : Stores I In Kentucky and one WIIOLKSALE STORK in Cincinnati, Ohio. Now, as I buy in quantities I am able to sell you goods Cheaper Than Anybody GIVE ME A TRIAL. can Save you Money. TSLy. BANKS THE JEWELER, IT. FEUD, SustcmviUo, ' d. J". ZE3I. DEALER SIN The Directory of this Hank is composed T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Forvstu3,'Keid, Lincoln county ; ol ROWLAND, HILTOIT KY., GROCERIES, J. II. BAUGHMAN, FIRE AND STORM Watches, Clocks .. J.W. Harden, Stanford; S.H. Iiaughman, Lincoln; M. j. Miller, lit Vernon; .S.T, Harris, Linroln; J. S. Ilocker, Stanford; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. I'. Hill, Stanford. V. G. Welch, Stanford, W. .I'.Tate, Stanlord OFF1CKRS: Hocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A A. McKinnev. Assistant Cashier. J HARDWARE,, TobaccaVOhl. , INSURANCE AGENT Eng.; : TURNOUTS be as shall leave my stable and my prices will low as the lowest. Don't forget my Stanford nnd Rowland 'bus line. Falls Branch Jellico CoalOo., Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Jewelry And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. BAH goods sold enslaved tree of charge. jfrsfrYour patronage rcp tfully solicited. I.S. Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford Jsnd Rowland., Office corner ol Depot street and railroad crossing JUGGINS & WATTS. 6 .. Representing Will lake coun-Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Itlver Salt for sale by the barrel. try produce in exchange for goods kt market price I am also agent for the old reliable llrodhead To- - j Manchester, of Manchester, baccos and will keep n full line of these goods in slock, and all I ask of the merchants of Stanford I Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia: ....I Itnul.Mil la I., ol.. m their nnl.ri 9ml I will put the goods In their houses ut Kattory prices. Ins. Co. of NortllAmerica naiikinkr 111c puouc lor uuciai imiiuh.kc, ash coullnuonce of same, and remain your obedient All of which are Companies. ; r J II. HILTON, lervant. ne pleased to waif o n my friends in this line. ouU I'ol. icies promptly issued. Will insure affainst torna. uovi, wiiiu siorns and lightning. iglitning claus- A. G Lanhan John 11. Castleman, I ,,:,"-1cn''ol't additional at First National Hank Man ford Hoots and Shoos, Cigars and 1 first-class I - V Steffi ROYAL ffl Blue-Gras- s : Nurseries, THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., Insurance Company. OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&OASTLEMAjN MANAGERS, Sprlngl893. Fruit andtOrnamenlal T res, small Krulli.Ornpe vines. Asparagus and everything for the Orchard I.awn and Oarden. Prices low. We sell direct ml base no agents Catalogues on application In Journal. A Smart (ilrl. JOSEPH COFFEV, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated ani refurnished, is now in my charge and I intend to conduct it so as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list ol friends, bpecial accommodations for commercitl trave'ers and Una rooms for Undo Daniel Mollio is powerful handy about tho house, even if sho is rich. "What did olio do?" "Mado mo a real comfortablo bed ont of ono of her bookcases." Chicago Inter Ocean. FAVORITE MIZiliS, MeKINNEV, Ky., U.K. Lexington, Ky. TXZKSOX. thdlsp!oy of samples. "AssFTrst-ClaB- S Saloon Ami BILLIARD and FOOL ROOMS attached JOSEPH COFFHY. j7Hf Almost Nothlns;. Fred How do you liko tho table at vour new boarding house? Is there any-ihing to object to? Arthur Frecious littlo, old fellow. ?. S. 8. Co. Btfletia. FOB SALE AT Having too much other business on hand to see after it properly, 1 will sell my Favorite Mills at They have a capacity of jo barrels McKinney. Shop, of flour per day and are in good repair. I will sell down for cash, balance In uori8 There are three or the best Uarbers in the State for one-hamonths, with interest, or all in real estate. There are also excellent Hath Rooms run in con. K.L. TANNER, McKinney. loo ncction. Agect for Leiintjion Steam Laundry Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. Jesse Thompson'sBarber lf W. A-- TBIBBLX, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. C8S320C3SS wortl1 for CIO flfl cunts. Kit panes,mio slio. fortr sflUsUU lull beat quality, sheet uiuslu of the latest, most pop. ularnud apurkllnsf mid vocal Instrumental pieces, all pollen up m t lie most elemiiit man. uer, Incliidlni; fourlaruo sliu portraits, vlat Curiueuclta, tho Hpanlsli dancer; 1'uderowskl Adelhs I'attl.and Mra. Dion lloucluiult. tfio popular beauty. Ail. to NKW' 1 OHK MUSICAL i,V1,.I,f"or1,,.r ECHO, llroadwtsr Theatre lluilding, N. V. '"if ''"iPli't, V X