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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893041101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'S ' '"V f ." i .' tr7l far! i,wi,uiiiwpiiy"' ppjwW 'V.1 v Semi-Weekl- y w Interior Journal. STANFORD, KYM VOL. XXI. LANCASTER, 6ARRARD COUNTY. k TUESDAY APRIL 11. 1893.' CHURCH NO.12 II. D. CAMI-IIKL- LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. NEWSY NOTES. AFFAIRS. K. L. AUSTIN J A. W. Hugfins Hnd wife, of Mt. VerKx Deputy SheriU' Henry A. Bur-le- tt Sutton's whisky muddle has forced non, arc hero on a visit to relatives. wftfl married last weok to Mies Mnry the distillery firm of J. (J. Mattingly A A happy pnrty of n dozen or moro of Co. Evaufl, of Jessnmlno county. to shut down A protracted meeting begins at tlio young and old folks picniccd nt Spunk's An I ronton, Ohio, family nto greens nml will bu mill Saturday. MbUimliet church in which poke-rowas cooked. One of Sands Hentfrow'fi clrcuo will only them died and the rest barely escaped. romlucted by Huv. Taylor, of D.invillu. Mwwru. Kd Buchanan and 0. IS. ko to the small towns such an Mt. VerThe charter for cities of the sixth Shun ire with their cornotH and J. K. non nnd Barbourville, but John Robin- class as adopted by the House fixes liqson's show will be hero ton Juuu-lth- . titormca with hiH baritone rendered uor license at no lcsi than $150, nor Another trip of two days t Rock- more than S300. assistance to the choir at the I'reu castle river last weqk resulted only In byt'rian church Sunday morning. Henry Jewett, a big breeding farm The Knights of Pythian havo made two Buckers being caught. This llsh proprietor of Fayette county, has coman euKement with Dewey Hey wood's tale is strictly true. pleted a fine billiard room Ht his stable J. W. Bastin, of Pittsburg, Is the flrtt for the exclusive use of his stable boys. New York Stars to rIvo one of their con on May 2. This Laurel democrat to get nn appointment verts at the court-houaDr. J. N. McCormack, of Kentucky, company is highly recommecilod by the under the new administration, having who for eight years had been President the press and will bo grvated by a large been appointed pontmasterat that place. of tho National Health Conference, was John is as good a democrat as over wore supplanted by Dr. C. A. Liqdsey, of audience. was shoo leather or cast n ballot and was the Connecticut. A colored man named Faulkner before Judge Koblnson .Saturday on a former pohtmnster there. Tho fire losses of the Tnited States The woods were afire at almost ev- and Canada for the warrant sworn out by Hud llroaddus, month of March agcharging him with stealing a wheat drill. ery point in the county Friday and tho gregate the appalling total of $10,002,350. Faulkner was fined $15. During the wind being ho high, it wns impossible to To this Covington contributed almost a progress of the trial, Broaddus nttompt check It. Thousands of rails were de- million dollars. stroyed everywhere and tho loss to maI'd once or twice to strike the negro, Late appointments are Hannis Tayny of tho farmers is reat and will bo lor, of ".Monkey John,"' the Alabama, to be Minister to Spain, negro boy who was convicted of grand especially hard on them at this season of Caleb W. West, governor of Utah, and larceny at the last term of court, and the year, when all their attention is Dominick I. Murphy, first deputy comfcoutenced to serve two years In the pen- needed to prepare for this year's crops missioner of pensions. itentiary, was pardoned by Gov. Brown Henry Flamian, a staff worker, at CRAB ORCHARD. on account of his age. Ho came back the World's Fair, fell through a skyfrom Frankfort Saturday, dressed in a Miss Martha Holdman has improved light to the grouud below, ISO feet, nnd new suit, and says ho llkod his trip very ho much in health as to be able to spend struck head first. His head was driven much. He is a splendid case for the Thursday with her cousin, Miss Bessie nearly into his abdomen. whipping post. Magce. We hope she will soon be perIn Now York Judge Barrett disMIw Dabble BaUon, of Lexington, fectly well again. Mrs. J. 11. Bailey is solved the temporary restraining orders is visiting relatives here. Dr. Davison improving in tho last few days. Her to prevent local labor leaders from instiand Miss Straub, of Stanford, were the friends hope this pleasant weather will tuting a boycott against the firms which guest of MIm Nellie Dillion Sunday. restore her to health. locked out the clothing cutters. Aliases Lizzie Thompson and I.illle Grant Mrs. Buchanau's private school closNew York State will receive many amLMcMrs. A. J. Rice and Will Ilobin-wo- n ed last week and the following received hundred thousand dollars each year visited Stanford Sunday. Mr. Bruce prize: For deportment, Bessie Carson from the one per cent, tax on all estates Cogar went to HarrocUbBrg Sunday on and Little Fannie King received prizes. over $10,000. The Jay Gould estate is business. Miss Altie Markabury visited In higher spelling Katie Slaughter; In expected to yield no less tlia f 720,000. relatives in Boyle county and Danvillo little spelling Dan Slaughter; in third While the weather was so summerFriday and Saturday. Mr. Will Jen- reader Itotcoa Perkins; in 1st spelling like here Friday, thero was a heavy fall nings, of Paint Lick, is visiting his moth- John Chadwick; in ltd spelling Annie of snow in New York in the morning. er. Mrs. Alex Denny is visiting in Stan- May Stephens, who also gained a prizo In the Catskllls eight inches fell; thero ford. Mr. John Henderson, of Rich- for the most improvement in writing. In were three inches at Troy and Syacuso. mond, is In town. Miss Lou Grant has reading Berta James received the prize, The report of the examiner in charge returned from Paris. Mrs. Dr. Bush has being an excellent reader for so young a of tho Commercial National Bank, of returned from Cvnthiana. child. Nashville, 6tates that it will requiro an Mr. J. W. Guest, of Danville, is vis- assessment of about SO per cent, on tho DANVILLE. iting her Bister, Mrs. Laura Moore. Wil- stockholders to pay oil the bank's in1). Van Pelt and son Wheel-a- n lie Brooks is home again to see his moth- debtedness. Mrs. S. Maj. John Gault, for so many years visited friends in Lexington, last er and sister. Mrs. 11. L. Steger is in Louisville laying in her summer millin- master of trains on the L. k N., with of week. Dr. Boland will lecture at the Optra ery and learning the latest to be learned fice at has been reduced to his She will be able to old run as passenger conductor and bis House Tursday on "Your Best Girl and in dress-makinplease any taste, both in hats and dress office consolidated with the chief train How to Treat Her." es. I tookaiH'ep at both our mil!lnrv dispatcher's. Georgie, a colored boy, until Will n resident of Danville, was shot shops yesterday and can say I never taw CoptainT. C. Morton, of Richmond, dead in a livery stable Thursday, at Bed- lovelier spring goods. Mils Leah Steger elaims to havo tho identical pipe that has every shade and shape in hats and was smoked iu the peace contract be ford, Ind. a James II. Svxungo, a Centre College tho loveliest display of flowers and tween Powhattan and 'Captain John to bo seen. Mrs. King was kept Smith. It will be ift the Virginia exhibit student, was the winner in tho oratorical contest at Lexington Friday night. His busy waiting on her customers and lis . ut the World's Fair. competitors were Coleman Groves", of ordered her third stock of spring hats, ' Walter Kldridge, charged with killing Central ('Diversity, Maury Kemper, of which are handoome. Jcfho Davis, about one year ago, was acKentucky University, W. P.Oldham, of quitted by the jury at Somerset. ot val-uablr e ly ; trim-ming- V 's Georgetown College. Wes Withers was sent to tho from the police court Saturday for Grif517 days for snapping u gun at Geo. fin and threatening to do him up some time in the near future. Frauk Cono-ve- r woa an early morniug customer of tho rolico court Mouday Breach of the peace; f.'O and cost. Tho Boyle County Democratic Committee was reorganized Saturday by elections held throughout the county, and is now made up as follows: J. L. Bruce, Dr. B. T. Wood, A. M. King, K. Whitley, . Russell, C. B. Helm, A. G. 1). Knglish, John Bonta, Jr., P. D. T. Hussing, J. P. Harbison. A. T. Hatchings, of the livery 6table tlrin of Hatchings & Roberts, has made an assignment. Assets and liabilities each about $1,200. Mr. Cullom, of tho Baptist Theological Seminary, preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning and night. He may coutinue to preach at this church a portion of the summer. J. Mulcahay, the Plymouth Rock pantaloons man, who bamboozled the holy city of Danville out of $100, but can't do' It again, hallelujah' is now iu sent there tho Lexington Judge Jewell, tho samo who said by "politics is sheol." Mulcahay sold pantaloons in Lexlngtou and wouldn't take out license before doing so, and ofcour.se expects to get inonoy out of tho city when she finds out tho ordinance is work-Iioub- o work-house, Washington correspondent of a New York paper is authority for a statement that the President has ordered that postmasters be reno more fourth-clasmoved unless they havo served four years or there are charges made and proved against him. An unpleasant taste in the molasses used by a Tennessee family led to an investigation of the barrel, which had been received from the wicked city of Nashville, and inside tho body of a negro boy of 10 or 1 years was found. -- A portion of the sidlnj; of the Kentucky building at the World's Fair grounds was blown oil' by Friday night's storm, which seems to havo taken in a largo area of the country. Harvay Robinson, a prominent citihis own zen of Valparaiso, Ind., took not long-e- r life because, he eaid, he "could lecendure'.bis wife's nightly curtain A s 1 tures." Tho Lebanon Methodist church has in a $500 pipe organ. Rev. Georgo Darsie'a meettng at Mt. Sterling continues with IS additions. & Robert Bonner's trotting horses number 50, including Maud S., S'unol, Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset St.; wareroom, paint itu. and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. Revs. Julian and Sizemore began a protracted meeting at Rowland Sunday night. Mr. Joe Severance, Jr., preached at Wc guarantee A specialty. SSTSign Work, artistic and plain. " Hall's Gap twice Sunday to pleased auwork to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. diences. Rev. John Bell Gibson now preachCAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. es for the Kirksville church tho 2d and 4th Sundnys. There are 130,000 churches, 100,000 clergymen and 22,000,000 communicants in the Tnited States. Rev. R. D. Hardini?. of Somnrmt. preached two fine sermons at the Christian church here Sunday. George I. Seney, the Brooklyn phi IanthropiBt whose various contributions to churches exceeded $1,250,000, died Tore our Store to pieces and Friday. Dr. Guerrant writes to the Jessamine Journal that his meeting at Milledgoville, ua., nan orougnt . into the fold up to the date of his letter. Thousands of dollars worth of goods, but we are Tho protracted meeting held by Itevs. Pearco and Taylor at the Somerset Methodist church resulted in an increase of 18 in the membershiD. The Kentucky Baptist, in its issue We can now oe found at Jim Elof May 11, will bo an historical paper, And ready to wait on the trade. more's store house in containing brief biographies of several hundred Kentucky Baptist preachers. Eld. S. M. Martin, who recently held a meeting in Paris, writes the Kentuc-kia- n that his meeting at Seattle, Wash., has had already 209 additions. Where goods can be bought A community has been discovered in Wooster county, O., that beat anything of the kind ever known. The details are simply disgusting. Sam Jones is literally playing sheol "IB 66T Damaged goods at your own price. in Bowling Green. He has stirred the town from centro to circumference and practically suspended business. Verily all the fools are not yet "deceasted." The Rt. Rev. O. O. Penick, of Louisville, has resigned the rectorship of St. Andrew's church to become general agent of the commission on work in behalf of Colored Protestant Episcopalians. Mrs. Minnie N. Caldwell has given to the Baptist Theological Seminary, property in Louisville valued af nearly $100,000. It is to constitute "tho Dr. Wm. Beverly Caldirnll. .It...i,.u-- . merit," and is made "to give impression New stock, styles and shades. to the love and affection she bears for her late husband. Rev. A. S. Moflett, who had been with her repeatedly during her illness, preached the funeral sermon of Mrs. Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, Jonn l. J.ynnanil it was the meat ap Lantlrcth's Garden Seed at propriato and comforting discourse we have ever listened to. In fact, tho whole HUBBLE. The killing was the result of a quurrel service, including a touching prayer by -- G. A.Swinebroari noM SO sheep to Hbout a meat bill amounting to about 515 Rev. W. A. Slaymaker and the solo, New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky.' "Somo Sweet Day," plaintively sung by Frank Harris for per head. Jebse A. thnt ,Mv'B owed Elilrldge. Mrs. A. G. Huffman, fell like a Bweet T" fncuhy of th" Kentucky Swope, Sr., of Indiana, is visiting friends GEOKGI-- 11. I'REWITT. H. II. KING. given consent benediction on the many hearts that lovj vi'wlty at Lexington has Dr. G. W. Bronaugh was called ed Miss Kittie Wray in life and mourn toseoMiHs Rida Underwood, who has! t0 llUow tll students to engage in the her loss in death. been very sick for a few davs, but is now hue rcolleglatu league games of football Rev. Ben Helm writes us as follows: season, mis is a u"8 much improved. S. Dunbar sold 1'rnw- - Htul "a6 We are having a glorious meeting at MORE LAND, KY., victory for the students. itt As Woods his (lock of sheep at $0.25' Kre:lt Wc have opened up a nice line ol that Miss Pittsburgh. The dear Lord was here in ) ' i''i'cl iter Head. Thomas Reed has moved ' advance. We find his presence everyfrom the George Kubanks property to Sallie oore, who disappeared some time her home in Marion, Ky., and where whether we meet and pray with Squire Bright's. G. A. Swinebroad is in' K. has given birth to a child. It is said she men and women in their homes, or on Tennessee buying sheop. intends to sue its fattier, who lives in the rail road track or at church. Mr. Hyden, of Danville Theo., Seminary is We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get Akk You Goinci" If bo get posted New York, for $10,000 damages. the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, s ahead and go the best way. The World's Mrs. Nellie Beycourt, of Indianapolis, with me. He is a "hustler" in the vork: full of zeal and the Holy which enables us to make very low prices, leases of steel nails 2 per Fair opens May 1, and from the South who has been a confirmed cigarette and Southern Ohio, the route via C. II. smoker for four years, has beeu adjudged Spirit. Tho Lord has given him a won- keg, do. wire nails $2.30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in it D. oilers the most advantages both in insane ami the use of cigarettes the cause. derful hold on the hearts of his people. proportion. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you comfort and points of interest. The C. She imagines Bhe is dead and it would And the two venerable and saintly workers, Rev. B. B. VanNuysand wife. money 11. it D. in connection with the Monon no doubt bo better for her if she were. are alao hero liko patriarchs doing the jTju5 Cotton mnles, 2 pr. broke mules and nice saddle horse for sale. is the only line running Pullman vesti-bulThe distilleries in the Louaville dis- Master's will. From the first night dining-cartrains with between trict are turning out such a flood of SZXTG & Cincinnati and Chicago. Tho unequall whisky that one or two warehouse firea souls have been saved. Thursday night ed service of this route lias earned for It will not ull'ect tho supply. Duriug the alono 10 confessed Christ. The Lord thetflleof the "World's Fair Route." month of March they raannfactued 99,097 be praised. lTp to that time S7 have-- we trust foundaBavior'spardouing grace. Purchase tickets via tho C. H. it I). For barrels, or gallons, on which If you knew them by name you would rates, and full Information call on or the tax will be $1,0311,735.60. say "Wonderful, and it is marvelous in address any O. II. fc I), agent or !'. Q, The Cincinnati Sanitarium a private our eyes." Brother Godbey, not T. J. is McCormick, G. P. .t T. Agt, "World's for the treatmont of tho in- holding a meetiug at East Bernstadt. Fair Route," 200 W. tth, Street, Cincin- institution totally destroyed by fire. We hope to see the waters moved from .Arc invited to. nati, ( ) , Send 20 cents in stamps to the sane was almost 72 inmates, 22 of whom were town to town and it is Thero wero needed for the latter sddress and receive a panoramic behind iron bars, but fortunate- half way point is the danger time. One view, five feet long, of Chicago and tho confined out in safety. Loss poor fellow whom Brother Hyden spoke World's Fair, showing relative heights ly all were taken about $100,000; covered by insurance. to about eternity Wednesday started to of buildings, ke. While men were cleaning out a church that night; fell in with bad comOur store and sec the great. well at Middlesboro, the bodies of two pany, instead of coming to church, was The controversy over the reorganization of the force of officers of the United white infants were found at tho bottom. found dead down tho rail road between Sifltes Senate was ended Thursday by About twenty families have been using hero and East Bernstadt. The Coroner's the election of the Democratic caucus water from the well, and a great deal of jury said killed by tho train. Christians nominees, with tho understanding that sickness and aomo deaths have occured. are working hero for the Master like Made in the display of our immense stock of the new officers will not assume their Many of them are supposed to be due to beavers. Some are our Lincoln Co., folks. positions until the next regular or called to this fact. Denominational channels are submerged Lewis Land, who asserts that he ac- in Christ's love. Glory to God. Friday session of Congress. Secretary Hoke Smith has already companied, against his will, the party of night 20 came out on tho Lord's side and begun to carry iuto effect his policy of young mon guilty of the assassination of we had an old timo revival meeting. Matting, &c, in the new room in the dispensing with tho eorvicea of all t Mrs. Henry Delaney, near Sturgis, made Ai'KiiilO. The good work goes on, clerks in his department, or those a full confession of all the facts connect- God be praised. About 105 confessions appointed purely for political reasons. ed with the deplorable affair. Excite- to date. Yesterday I baptized over JiO, A number has been already tired. ment is decreasing and it is thought the who joined the Presbyterian fold. It is The former Carpet Department has been shelvjsty for our large Sho After all the journalistic talk about law will be permitted to take its course. the only time we have publicly opened jck, which is second to none anywhere. Forf. Gents', Ladies' and crinoline it soems it has not materialized. Becciver Felton, of the Queen and the church doors. House is packed This is as much as to say that the papers Crescent, has issued a general order pro- nightly by as deeply serious audiences uldren's don't create the bustle in woman's dress hibiting employes of the company from as I ever saw. Sometimes many cannot they once did. Philadelphia Times. drinking or uven frequenting saloonB. get in. We hope to work on all the Four of the pupils cf the Kentucky No distinction is made between employ- week. Female Orphan Asylum at Midway ran es the order affects all alike. Mr. Fel-toCome and see us. California hoaata of having shipped oft' with two young men the othet night. has gono a little further than any They were captured but not allowed to other railway oillcial, even the saving no less than 23,S20 carloads of fruit outside the State during the past year. return to the asylum. clause "while on duty" being omitted. i't Pt NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL AT7STHT, Fro'rs. An-so- l, House Painting and Paper Hanging i 5l THE CYCLONE AGAIN TO THE FRONT, DARSTTOWMT, STEPHENS & KNOX. free-lov- e CHEAPER Than EVER SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER & - ALU : Carriage and Decorative Faints for Bug gies and, Household use. Wo Bo MtcaiMBll!!MTO9 Tni-her- e. KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, 8t Dry I Mas-ter'- ed s PBEWITT. ! YOU IMPROVEMENT incom-peton- CARPETS BASEMENT. Fine Footwear, SEVERANCE &..SON. n iUJ-itj- -A 'xr-.-- r- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Stanford, Ky., April 11, 1893 W. F. WALTON. Tho rain had put and tho weather was all that could be desired. Tho Stanford Gold Band was on hand and added to tho exhilarajing eceno by discoursing some llvelv music. The Interior Journal has always In There never was n finer display of horse veighed against lynch law and advocattlesh in Stanford, nor a better pleased ed a strict execution of the legal ponal-e- s to crowd. Following is a full list of those Owing, to against crime. There are, however, on exhibtlon, at least if any is omitted it some offenses that are so heinous that was unintentional: the slow progresses of the written law do M. S. Baughmau had on exhibition bis not Beem to cover them. These are great George Dictator, by Dictator, the crimes against women and they ought to siro of Jay Eye See, Phallas, Director be atoued for in the most summary and The Register says that great number; and many others. He also showed his To we condign manner possible. Down in Un- of Congressman J. B. McCreary's con- handsome black saddle Btallion, Lo young woman stituents from all over the Sth district ion county, this Suite, a Grand. was cruelly betrayed by a man who re were in Richmond last week to welcome The beautiful saddler, Gilt Edge, by fused in any way to make reparation for him back home and every ono appeared Second Jewel, was shown by his own er, the wrong, till finally, to savo her from to be really glad to Bee him. On account Matt Sandidge, and was very highly disgrace, her parents forced the rascal to of his recent accident the governor was complimented. be goods Cost marry her. While the party were re- compelled to give them a d Col. B. W., owned by W. R. & E. C. turning at night from Morganfield, whero shaKe, but as that aide is nearest the Gaines, was not in very good Bhape, havwe Yon the ceremony was performed, friends of heart tho boys did not object. There ing very recently gotten over tho distem he betrayer, at his instance, no doubt, aro moro patriots looking towards the per, but his splendid breodiug attracted J-yard-wid- e c. waylaid them and mortally wound- Honorable James 15. now than ever did much attention to him. ed the poor girl and her father, tho for- at one time and each of them loves him E. P. Woods' magnificently bred sadchoice 75c. mer dying next day in great agony. Sev- aB he never did before. dler, Eagle Bird, was ono of tho most double-breaste- d eral of the crowd were arrested and one, wool of the day. Ho is by the popular horses As indicated, Judge Wm. Lochren, of he was forced to accompany who claims We great King Eagle, winner of more than it, turned State's evidence and gave the Minnesota, was appointed Commission- 40 premiums. below cost, to whole revolting business away. There er of Pensions, the position disgraced by Belmont Chief SGS0 waa the only repIVe to move, capable of the venal llaum. He was a gallant solis no law on the statute books resentative from Lincoln Stock Farm, J. to close we dealing with such a crime, at least in dier and is said to be a fine jurist, hav- P. Crow, proprietor. Ho is by Belmont we by, slip Bhod way it is administered, and ing been a judge in the highest court of tM and is only six old, with three in tho the big we the people owe it to themselves to Bee his State for 12 years. Tho legislature list. that the carcasses of the foul brutes who and all the leading politicians of both Tom Yeager showed J. Hue, full brocommitted the crime are not permitted parties in his Stato recommended his apther to Wood Wilkes 2:23 and Danville to longer polute the earth than they can pointment. Wilkes hang them and burn their bodies. The Silver Tip, by "Silver King, sb usual, Louisville means business. The genlaw's delay and the other hindrances to for attracted much attention and Bcazley Wanted. Horses to break and hanthe punishment of criminals known to eral council has called an election tt Hays certainly have in him ono of lawyers April 27, to determine whether the city Bros. dle. Hordes also taken on commission. the arta of a certain class of the finest saddlu horaf s in Kentucky. W. W. Havs. to avail in this shall donate $1,000,000 in bonds for the should not be permitted J. A. fc S. T. Harris' Onward MessenIndependence, Oregon, has a horsJudge Lynch order an imme State capital. If the Bum is voted Frankcase. Let fort had just as well prepare to give up ger, by Onward Chief, dam Lady Mes- which is 20 bauds high. He will be at diate execution. every thing except the penitentiary. senger, was in fine trim and made a good the World's Fair. Thk goneral passenger agent of the And come to think of it that's enough showing. F. J. Jones bus feO acres of land and black sad Eureka Chief, the Queen & Crescent, Mr. D. G. Edwards, for a town of her size. a lino house at Preaehersville for Bale. His entire interest in the die stallion owned by Sandidge & Hus- Address him there. has issued a circular to connecting lines, The prohibitionists are not making ton, won much favorable comment. Ho to passengers proposing variable routes Wool. I want to buy 100,000 lbs, converting tho country, is by Eureka and is a horse of fine style for the World's Fair, which if adopted rapid strideB in or more of wool. Will pay highest ina'k-e- t coming over and action. price. A. T. Nunnelley. will prove of great convenience to the hut Providence seems to he to their side. The Monarchs, at Owens-borJesse F. Cook exhibited Dillard Den John A. Saunders, of Boyle, bought traveling public, besides afford a most lost $400,000 worth of wisky by mark and Charley Sandidge, both mod- in this county for Jnhnenn, of Boyle, a excellent opportunity of advertising the making oJ.OOO barrels so el saddle horses. Jesso is new in the lot of fat heifers at 2J to 15c. resources of the Southern country. The lire Saturday, in the State last week. If it business, hut gets there all the same. John 1). Harris sold to Covington," proposition is as follows: "Let the pas consumed King, by On Time, dam Arnolds Bro 5.000 bushels of wheat at' Royal Aud- sengers go North over the L. & N. via could all go that way it would be better Mollie Mounts, the property of J. E. 03 centP. Richmond Register. Cincinnati, Louisville or Evansville, and for the country. Fan-isis a grand three year old and like A Salisbury, N. C, farmer stat a return via Louisville aud the Louisville Another bloody tragedy is reported his sire knows all the gaits. Queen and Crescent, or that hoes watered exclusively with well Southern and from along tho Hue of the Onio Valley Quinine S. was shown by his owner, water will be free from cholera. and tho Queen & Cres railway. Win. King, Ben King, Phiuuy via Cincinnati An Oshkosh, Wis., farmer has been tcent to destination, or to go via the Moore and John Mooro revived a family Abe Smith, of Boyle. King Chester, by Chester Dare, made lined for cruelly punching the eye out Queen & Crescent to Cincinnati, or the feud of long standing, the fight resulting Queen & Crescent and Louisville South- in tho mortal wounding of John Moore a good showing. Ho is the property of of a cow and wrenching oil her tail. Joseph Colloy sold to B. F. Johnern to Louisville, and return via tho L and the serious injury of the other com- G. F. Anderson, of Boyle. Mr. F. Reid'a Dorsey Golddust was in son, of Mercer, a brood mare for $113 & '. from either Evansville, Louisville batants. hogs at file. splendid shape and was much admired. and a bunch of or Cincinnati." There is no donbe that Near Hinton, W. Va., Brakoman aro proving It is authorativcly stated that Nancy such an arrangement would encourage James Chambers cut his throat, after Some of his Hanks, 2:01, will be bred this season to travel to the South, which would result having been run over, losing a leg and themselves very speedy. was greatly admired. Arion2.10J. The ofiVpring hhould be a English Hunter in advantage both to that section and the au arm. He ieft a note to his mother railroads. We trust it will be adopted. saying: "Rather than bo a burden to He is by Abdallah Messenger and is a daisy indeed. The Kentucky Stock Farm siys that And ask a continuance of the patronage extended the firm splendid combined stalliou. He is owned of vou I will eud my lifj." if your horso does not show a 2 20 form & VanArsdale. and will make it by Copt. B. F. Powell. is said to be very semi Gen. Biesell to the interest of others to trade with Large delegations from all of the Barnes, Hon.G. A. Lackey's splendidly by fall, you will save money by keeping tivo in regard to the word "headsman" Central Kentucky towns attended the me. . The books and accounts have been transferred to me and I will was the Mibject of him to the road wagon. being applied to him or any of his subor- sixth annual collegiate oratorical contest bred continue the latter with all who desire. . . . i r:.. u comment. dinates, but why, does not appear. He at Lexington, Mr. James H. Svvango, of much favorable l ,?ot rcRardlcss of.cost to close G. & C. P. Cecil, of Boyle, had on thinly" owneVof "b ho iseued an order against the publication Frankfort, proving the yictor. He repWilkes, Happy Day and ords better than 2:11. They are G rant's out tCk. hand George poetmas-terof appointments of fourth-clasresented Centre College. Gambrino, all richly bred fellcws. Abdallah, RylandT. and Walter K. to stop the use of tho word, in order There are yet twenty foreign missions Sentinel, by Almont Sentinel, the W. H. Miller sold yesterday to C. J. but he saw his mistake at onco and re- to be filled by the President, including prope'ty of George Alford, was greatly Craig, of Christianburg, Va., his farm of voked the order thereby showing that the first class Russian mission. These speed, breeding and 101 acres rood and 27 poles on the Crab ho does not belong to that class which can be filled by recess appointments, admired for his individuality. Orchard pike, :U miles from town, for are 6aid never to change their minds. however, if not done before the Senate tine Baughman Bros., Tho Silver King, 11,100. order, however, was a very adjourns The original this week. Bring me your by Silver KiDg was much admired. He Wool W.nti:i. foo'ish one and if it had been persisted The machinists, moves like a top and is a No. 1 saddler. wool and get the highest market price. in would have proved that the president smiths and helpers in the shops of the L. D. Garner had Denmark Cheif in I want it and will buy it if you will give made a big mistake in the appointment tchison. Toneka & Santa Fe railroad good trim and wou for him much favor- me an opportunity. Win. Moreland, Of Kvery Description, of a postmaster general. Tho people have quit work because the company able comment. Stanford, Ky. have some rights yet aud oue of thuin is refused to grant an increase in wages. Charlie Spoonamoore. who made a During the year ended March 1st, the right to know who is to servo them A syndicate with a capital stock of little fortune out of V. 1 Barlow, showed, there were packed in the United States $100,000,000 is being formed by capital- Screamer, a nice saddler and a good 12,:W0,0:!0 hogs, a decrease of 2,000,081 Mies Lkla Hkslkv, who was fired by ists of Pittsburg aud other cities to eshorse. against tho year before, but the nggn-gat- e Wanamaker to give place to a male re- tablish a mammoth steel makidg plant . E. P. Faulconer, of Boyle, showed cost increased publican, has been reappointed post- that will rival the Carnegie mills. great Electioneer, and Electrum, by the Hoii. G. A. Lickeyhad a fine colt master at Cloverport, and Amos West l). M. Ferry's Garden Seed in bulk and package. All new .seed. In tho criminal court at Washington Silver Chimes, by Alcyone. dropped by oue of his brood mures last Maytleld. The Theodore M. Arnold, of Kentucky, will handle the mails at J. M. Carter, Jr., had Wedge wood week and of which he is very proud. It president remarked the other day that a sentence of four years and six in splendid form and secured a good is a mare and is the first of tho get of his in all instances in which removals had montha for killing lohu Kramer in June number of mares to be bred thia season. richly bred three - year - old stallion, been made without cause he would see last. An appeal was taken. J. T. Hackloy'd Messenger Denmark Barnes. to it that republican beneficiaries were Equinoctial weather, in tho form cf and Frank did not look as if they had J. L. Tot ten aold his place on Hangbounced as soon aa possible. It will al- hot winds, in some places developing inBen Bry- just stepped out of a band box but show- ing Fork to his brother so be his policy to allow those appointed to destructive gales and hurricanes, has notr. loueu mm fc". iin re, ed themselves to be good saddlers ail, 101 l,tiUU. HUV THK CKLKHRATKI) at the expiration of the terms of demo- been protracted thia spring much longer withstanding. acres from Mrs. Fannie Dunn for 75(', crats to complete their terms, which is thau usual. Jeb Stuart, siro of Kitty Patchen anil will occupv her rebideiice till the let fair and just. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Birr, of Home- 2:21 J, Darkness and Out Cross 2:30 of July. stead, Pa., have just made the terrible Iook'od all right and showed that the 10 European Those desiring to breed to It turns out that the to go on exhibition at discovery that they are brother and recent cyclone which blew his stable P.ir.l imit m:iki arrangements a t owe beauties who are child down did him little or no damage. " as tho season will positively cloe July '" the World's Fair aie a job lot of jaded sister, having been separated in hood, Time, like 1st, ad he will go hi training at that time Chancey Denmark, by On ballet "girls" w ho perhaps used to piThe proof shoved that Sutton had his father is a splendid mover. Under- - for tho f ".00 premium at tho Danville rouette for the delectation of our grandconfessed that lie forced warehouse re- wood Bros, made a fine season with him Fair. E. P. Woods. evmothers. Wo haven't a doubt that in last year aud will do better this year. Bond A Co., of Anderson, sold to ery ono of them is afllieted with Prof. ceipts and he was held at Louisville fhese waa only onejaekontliegrounil .IninuM AiTtatur. of Mercer, 13 carloads Bummfelpiefler's bacillus eoensius and $20,000 and his clerk, Becher, in ,., Pn,i I'urtiH. owned bv I'nderwood nf hm,m for June. Juiv and August de- r wouldn't go near them for a fortune. Olive Points, three for Si. Nine workmen on Chicago's big I!ros. livery. Tho firbl lot w ill be three cars at Kentucky girls are pretty enough to sat. i i A niim he.rot t ie liueiy iireu bhip canal were killed by Friday a Htorm siainuiis 71" f lilt H1X III 1141 Hi" " .I... third isfy the most fastidious any way. and tho contractors, Mason & Foard Co., nilvortUmlin our hoido columns were six at tic Ha. rodsburg Democrat. large amouut of property. was a dull court day nofor various reasous kept at home but Yoi'Ko Bill Sterrette, editor of the late lost a Xow they eay Miss Bertha IJoulston, there was a sullicient number hero to twithstanding the largo crowd. There Louisville Girl, which went the way of of Distiller Sutton of Louisville testify that the country hereabouts is were about 150 cattle oa thu market, but his many other numerous newspaper the ward sunk mostofthe proceeds of tho forgeries full of good ones. few changing hands 12 smooth yearlings ventures after a precarious existence of in grain speculation. wero withdrawn at $1.1; 17 rough a few months, was elected mayor of FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Dawling Brothers' distillery, just re withdrawn at 2c. Four plug horses of six. MayorHawesvillo by a majority J. W. & J. J. Allen sold to Gill Cow-a- sold at t(0 to $70; no mules nll'erod. to be getting scarce in cently remodled, was burned at Bu'giu. alty timberseenis N'o Loss $10,000, partiallv 2:5 calves at4. insured. R. C. Warren, Master Conuniesiun- -, be vend towns of the State, judgiug by whisky was loet. The corn crop in 1892 waa 1,028,101,-00- er, sold at auction yesterday a house and recent elections. Dehnonieo, the noted New York the wheat crop 5rO.400.000. lot belonging U) Mrs. Pennybacker ml J. 11. Simpson Bold to Terhune. of Kingsville to Granville Baker for jUOO; was 28 years ago Sunday since Gen. caterer, was lined $.100 and $150 coata for It Is Keceirinf Hii Robert E. Leo surrendered Ids sword to serving woodcocks to parties out of Eea"- - Mercer, three maro mules at 140. 50 acres of land on Grean River to Joe Tho lino stalliou Nuncio was sold at Robins for $500 aud the half interest of Gen. U.S. Grant at the famous applo 6011. : : "Squire Abiugtou's" estate goes to Lebanon to P. C. Cleaver for $4,000. Appomattox. Aud still some treo on the G. K. Yautis iu remainder of 1 12 acres Grove Kennedy, Wm. Moreland sold to J. H. Carter near Crab Orchard people will not believe that the cruel his mother, and not to Mrs. Langtry as Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give mc call. for $1,400. reported. That love letter was a forgery. 23 hogs, averaging 100 pounds, at Olc war Is over yet. EIGHT : PAGES. Tiik April elections are very gratifying to tho democrats, showing as they do tho that tremendous revulsion of feeling against tho republican party,whlch pet in two years and over ngo, continues to increase in volume and strength. If Rhode Island were under a democratic form of government the democratic nominee would now be governor, having received nearly a thousand votes more than the republican, but a majority of all the votes cast being necessary to a choice in that former republican State the election will go to the legislature, which now seems to have gone democratic. At any rate, Jre gain the two Congressmen of the little State, which would be glory enough for one day, if wo do lose the rest. The democracy is "'in the saddle, booted and spurred," and intend to stay there. THE HORSE SHOW. A Splendid Exhibition of Equine Beauties. A tremendoiiB crowd of men, with a Mr Bprinkling of the fair rac v &V2W SSSteT-SgB- fc '. jfy j-f- - f i x sex, witnessed tne fasplendid exhibition of horses yesterday. the streets in fine order SELLING OUT BUT WE ARE NOT GOING TO MOVE. WE : MEAN WHAT a change wind up the business, WE : SAY ! sell the Entire Stock of of business, we have concluded offer a fine, well assorted stoch of CLOTHING, SHOES AND DRY GOODS. l-2- i left-han- prices. These must sold within 30 days. If yon arc in At can talieyour need of goods, come in now; will save you big money Calicoes, including Indigo Blues, Greys, Beds and Blacks and choice of all Cottons Best Dress Ginghams only all fancy prints, 8 l'Sc. Baby Shoes 20c a pair. Ladies' Shoes 00c, $1 and $1.25. Our Clothing stock is full of things. Jeans Pants Children' s Suits 65c; Knee Bants 20c; Men's Suits $2.50; all Suits $5; black Cheviot Suits $5. $3fFinc Suits sold at $15 now $S. want cost only and some goods must go if ntcessctry, make this are not going but a change m the business Clearance Sale. the stock out. Everything compels us sell yon ivill stand have heretofore. Don't forget tliis sale. as THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I Have Purchased of. - W. H. Higgins. o, GROCERY , HARDWIRE HOE 150-poun- d two-year-ol- nmrn ., lliins three-ye.ir-o- ld ..i s s h" wwVIC" J". IK. VJLnSTLE,SID.XjE I 1 boiler-makere.blac- GARDEN TOOLS, New York Seed Potatoes, McKINNEY BROS. $12,01-1,000- in-la- -- -I- VULCAN Chilled Plow. $10,-00- 0. Every One Warranted. W. H. WEAREN & CO. ! i I y u ! 0; i iSSt -- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. - rfr Xt !. "& Z .. i- -l Stgjftiujfii NoviLTinsHt DiinkR, t SB,i4''"yir',T-i,,- f -- ztminifoj "tWrjpi &y en pes V. Semi-Week- ly Onion bpJh nnd Rardon seeds nt A. A. plcaso return to her at Crab Orchard or Buy your scd Irish potatoH of W. H, Wr iron's. leave at thin office. - A nut. 11, 1893 Stanford, Ky Gajidkn hoimIh o( nil kln'H nt W. II. Wearen it Co., nnd get tho best nt tho Tiik engine of the passd lowest price. Wearen it Co's buildings at if ale's enger train slipped an eccentric, or ,o,WA.kTON,Bu.ManaBer BoAiiDEits, with or without rooms, The report that the something of the kind, yesterday, causWell had been burned by forest fires " wanted. Mrs. Iiannlo Darks. ing it to come in nearly two hours late. proved to bo a mistake , PERSONAL POINTS. M J. W. Bahtin, lato of thin county, 1ms Danville wants Tho capital, water Fon Hunt. Two looms over SeverCol.T. P. Hill wunt to Lcxinjtfon been appointed pontuinstei nt I'ittshurp, ance & Son's store, cheap. Apply to W. works, another railroad, another public nn adtnlrnhle selection. b'aturday. school building (on the west side), aud N. Craig, or Dr. Steele Bailpy. Mn. Wii. MoitKLAsn Btnitcd to Buffalo, some manufactories. Advocate. Why No hotiBO in any interior town over N. Y Sunday. Gknti.kmrn will do well to examine not say she wants the earth and bo done JUST IN carried such an unprecedented stock of Judgk W. II. Pettis, of Somerset, our clothing, shoes and furnishing goods with it? carpets as Hughes Tate. court yesterday. beforo buying. Hughes it Tate. A iter yearB of continuous service, DanMi. ani Mrus. A. K. GlimoNs, of Tin: hotel registers nt Richmond show Ik this should meet your eye beforo S Capt. W. W. Sweeney, who pulled the ville, were hero Sunday. that over 1,100 patriots, desirous of Berv-in- g o'clock Monday night, proceed ct once bell cord on this division for a long time, Mim Minnie Mykiw, of Boyle, has have their country, as to Walton's Opera House nnd hear John has been retired to an easy berth in one relatives here. been to see Gov. McCreary in tho last been vidtliiK Templo Grnves' lecture. He is Bald to of tho offices in Louisville. Tho old man Mus. GkohukShaiip, of Atlanta, wnu ten days nnd the rush continues. bo ono of the most eloquent speakers has more friends than anybody and all the Kiiest of Mrs. Fannio Green. now beforo tho public. will be glad to know that his declining Mr. Gander, son of Mr. John Mian Minnik SmAUit has taken charge years will be spent in Ipss arduous labor. vonGrunagiu, fell from n horso while Attention is called to the nd. of the During his long service ho never met ol a millinery at Covington, Tenn. Cloverport, is fighting tire on the kuoba Friday and now carriage, paint nnd repair shop of witli an accident, even though he ran Mns. W. G. Smart, of broke his arm above the elbow. Dr. Campbell & Austin. Thoy aro New Spring Capes just received from New York. New Dress Goods vIbUIur her sister, Mrs. T. W. Geer. tinins during the dangerous war times. in every new and novel thing. New white Goods in boys lteid was called and rendered tho neces- workmen and guarantee all their work. Mr. M. Samsiikr Is helping tho sary surgical operation. Call on them, in the building lately occuMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. at tho Louisvillo Store for a few days. pied by II. C. Huploy'a tailoring estabround-triTiik World's Fair rate has Mrs. II. A. Burdett and Miss Mary Mn. Kmjah Bkaxky wns over from lishment. F.vans were married in Garrard county the Bible College, nt Lexington, Sun- been fixed at f 12 from Louisville, but if you are in no hurry to seo the bIiow, The Fair. About $700 worth of the last week. day. nnd bride aro on you will be able to go almost for noth- Fair stock has already bcn Mken and it Mr. Robert Staplf ton and Miss Laura Mr. Geo. M. Kammkv All the new things in wash stuff, Satteens, Canton Cloths, Hrandcn-burgand Mrs. W. !'. Ham- - ing. A railroad war is sure to follow now BeeuiB a certainty. Those who have Parker were married at Mr. Isaac n visit to Mr. and he who waits is wise. taken stock aru earnestly urged to meet Pine Apple Cloths, Pongees, &c. Blue Grays, in Henriettas, in this county last week. Saturday afternoon at tho Court-HouChicago's new Mayor, Carter Harri- Serges, French Poplins, Bengalines and Black Mihs Mattik Binnii", of Mlmourl, is Tiik Hnrrodsburg Democrat nays that Goods in everything 13e son, denies the rumor that he is to marry new. the giu-B-t of Mis. John Kout,of the West the report was current there hist week at 2 o'clock to perfect arrangements. For the men and boys we have the largest, handsomest and sure to bo present. Miss Nina Gillette, of Elkhart, Ills. He Kml. that James Wickcrsham had been shot nobicst line of muw, of Junction MimJrnnik Kicii Seriously Hurt. While working on confesses that "BnrkiB is willing, but nnd killed at Stanford by a man named Peggorty isn't.'' attend tho funeral of Ferrill. Wo are gla J to state that this tho new City, camo up to being built for A couple more than 50 years old Mrs. Lynn. is a mistake nnd there have been no pos Stephens it Knox at Rowland, a scaf each, eloped from Nelson county and MibsOctaviaSi.kmork is out again, sible grounds for the rurnor. fold gave away and B. F. Routen was a'ter a month's confinement to her rom thrown to the ground a distance of IS were married last week. "There never Mu. A. I). Knox, general traveling from sicknena. feet. Ho was considerably bruised up was n goose so gray but could find a Ever offered in this city. Our Shoe Stock is simply superb. We al Diixion, of Crab Orchard" agent of the Mutiml Benefit Life Insur- by Mim Lottik the fall and appears to bo seriously gander for its mate." so have a represented stock of $ 100,000 in Carpets. The finest stock-i-n visiting Mrs. W. H. Burke, Jr., at; ance Co. of New Jersey, nays it was his injured in the spine by being struck by is company nnd not Mr. Kastland's in n piece of timber. He is paralyzed to the West and at lower prices than the same goods arc retailed in Junction City. NEW ADVEBTISKMENTC. Mim IUlkn Savii.ey returned homo which Sherill Menefee had Mr. Dollina some extent, and continues to vomit the city. Come and look for yourself; don't act on what others say. yesterday, much improved In health, insured. He had paid out 1270 and got blood. tho $'.',500 policy immediately on proof fiom Cincinnati. In the county court yesterday Judge Mrs. W. H. Him.iNSnd fam- of the death. Mn. and Vnrnon refused to grant licenso for Mr. Mr. Mrs. W. I hav for "ale a limited iiumU-- of ltbck n ily spent several days with ami I.fgM Ilrahma Egg for mIc from two No such stock of goods was ever shown Hddings to keep a hotel with saloon at M. HigRlns in the country. very una pen ol iowh. UMer promptly altcoiieil in our city as wo now have open and McKinney or to consider S. A. Coyle's to, nranina i so per ttiuic; i,ancnan ji gtuu C....I Mini Maiiy Hkaxlsy, of Hamilton in jour onlcr. OKO.C. KKU.EK.JR., spending a few days with her ready for your inspection. Dress goods application for distiller's license. The SUnlurd, Ky College, is in every giado and weave; trimmings to other applicants were granted license. Mr. Mrs. K. B. Bcnrley. parent. match and notions in great variety. J. O. Perkins qualified as guardian of Mns. Jamim T. Short, neo Yager, of Shoes in all grades. In carpets, oil cloths Kittle PerkiiiH. Tho will of T. D. Hill J. M. HUBBABD, A. M,, President. Uuisvllle, arrixed yesterday to visit and mattings we have an immenseetock. was admitted to probate and J. II. WilROWLAND, KY., McKinney at "Castle Cobb." Mary Come and Bee. Severance & Son. son qualified as executor. It devises his 1893. Mil. ani Mrs. W. F. 1Umhk have estate of about $12,000 to his wife and DEALER IN CROCERIES, HARDWARE, Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and to remove to Ixington and will Tiir Somerset Reporter says that May five children. The will of Mrs. Cather IVot and Shoei, Cigan and Tobseco.VOM An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application llivt-- Salt for tale by the barrel. Will take couna short time, wo regret to say. lfavu in or Higgins wa ginnted n change of ven- ine Baughman was also probated nnd try produce in exchange for gund at market price am alto anent lor the old reliable Ilrodhead MIW.J. Kiiask Walton, of Crescent, ue to Boyle county. He is charged with Mr. S. II. Baughman qualified as execuand will Iwp full poods iu bioth-erdetaining a lady against her will with tor, J. K. nnd M. S. Baughman, also ttock, and all I atkofa the line of thete Stanford Springs, ia visiting h"r sister nnd merchant! ol I will Rowland is me their Miss Lettle Helm and Mr. Harvey criminal Intent nnd in moving to Boyle named, declining toipialify. Her estate and the goodt In to give houtet at ordcrt andpricet. put their Factory is divided among her three sons find the 1 hanking Hie public for liberal patronage, atk a the accused jumps out of the frying-paHelm. routinuouceof same, nnd remain your ob;d!ent Miis. J. K Ki.ni.ia.Tis and Miss Ijkio into the fire. The people down there do children of the lato Henry Baughman, iervnt. J.H.HILTON, S7i)r Is now prepared to exhibit to the Ladies a choice and elegant assortiv...:..,., ,.i CiittiliiTland Gap. arrived not countenance law breaking of any being willed to the latter as a separate ment of visit their mother, Mrs. of the vesteiday to kind, especially a crime against n wo- estate, not subject to the debts may marry. Davison. man. personi they C3-OOIHoute nnd lot comainln one acre on Danvillu JitmikM.O. Saim'I.kv and Common -- I C. Dunn, of tho Wist J)tiiA.S(.Ki The Maicaiieks. As previously an- Turnpile near toll 3.ite, alio a piano and a cow wealth Attorney J. K.Owslov, Jr., held We make this announcement that all may avail themselves of the at HrroNbiiig Knd, who is better known as "Bud," has nounced in this paper, the Maccabee and calf pecial term of court opportunity of selecting their goods for R. C ENT.I.EMAN, JR., Saturday night. had the misfortune to lose bin mind. Ho lodge was organized hero Saturday. Stanlord, Ky attending is in nn awful condition and tiro men are The Stanford band discoursed some of Miss Hki.lk Dknsy, wlio in previous to the hour of school at Klolimoiiil, s)ent Saturday and kept in his room to prevent him from its best music , which was greatMr. mid Mrs. d iiug himself bodily harm. Mr. Dunn opening the THE P. 0. MILLINERY. And the Spring in time, And as extra inducement for you to come Sunday with hor parentfl, hnl been a hard drinker for years nnd ly enjoyed by the large crowd on the early, we have marked our goods at such Low Prices as will cause A. K. Denny. you to wonder how such fine quality of goods can be sold on so small IIoixkii, the new inasUr his lunacy in attributed to excessive use street, including tho mombers of the Call at the pct.oAict room and tee the Cait. II. X. Maccabee lodge at Junction City, who will of new whisky, which lie drank exclua margin. Call and sec us, compare these Goods and Prices with of trains, took charge yenterduv aud had come to assist iu the institution nud sively. and anylhing you can find and we feel satisfied we can please you and move his family to town in booh hs he initiation. Atb o'clock tho work of orStock save vou money. can get a house. Wiiilk riding n young horse last week with Deputy Supreme. town, he Remit und prices are MimkhLizikDik and nna Held Mr. I. D. Kennedy, tho lUhessor, met ganizing began H. Terpany command, OfMillinen in you. bound to G. in MRS. l'.T. COURTS. 10 and Mesira. Jam-- fl B. Cook ami James with a painful accident. Thw steed be Commander following Maccabees from Harper, of Hufctouville, visited Mr. K. came unruly nnd in his etlorts to subdue aided by the Junction City: W. G. Surbcr, Charles A. C. SINK J.N. MENEFEE TO.. C. Walton Sunday. him tho horse reared and fell, throwing McCoid, Win. A. Smith, O. J. Someifcct, a Mn. W. B. Pkttis, of Mr. Kennedy to the ground with terrific Kd. Wilkinson, Booker WilkinWashing-on- , clerk in the pension oiliro at (nice. His right shoulder was badly son, W. I). Co.att, J. F. Hocker, J. K to the charge of has been promoted wrenched, while ids arm was fearfully Booth and J. II. Calvert. There were AND LINCOLN COUNTY. the attorney's room bruised and the unfortunate gentleman !U) charter members, but so thoroughly nc v JUtkk two motnlm' fullering with is now compelled to carry it in n ling. laoi seaton, continuance acquainted with tho work is Mr. Terpa- during tho I respectfully rruuest its expect all sprained ankles, Mr. H.C. Karris is on to coming svatnii. Indeed ny that by 1 o'clock thero wore as ma- ute the able even to his pega again, glad to bo on the knobs south and west of ny full Hedged Knights of the Macca t.ike it slowly at present. town had been raging for several da.s bees. After a few instructions ana a MANUFACTURED Cn a ri.ky Fowi.r.R continues very low till Sunday night's rain extinguished IVr the It kindly talk in which the Deputy Su institution reasons: Kirtt, Ice is made by a home Second, the is absolutely .uui and the chance lor his iccovery are very them, (ireat damage was done to fencpreme Commander bade Stanford Lodge (.lirinically pure, being made from spring water, slim. His doctors now say that his trou- es, some farmers losing as much as li.OOO thich is first diitilled and llien carefully tillered No. 7. God speed in its new and excel before being; froren. Third, Ice uill ble is abcess of the liver. panels. number of nuthouses were lent work, tho newly made knights and much lunger thin pond Ice Artificial an epidemic fourth, visit us of clinlfin it looked Inr during the year and noth Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are Tiik only newspaper man to burned mid srvcal families lost their visitors repaired to the Carpenter House ing it pr apt to produce or IS. tnit uucai-- a . yesterday was our old friend James .x .. 1. I, in. in... .. ttmw t t fm Mlllfia,Jiv..til I. shanty homes. The scene at night to enjoy n luncheon. .Mrs. wanon nau unsurpassed. the little Marrs, of the was one of almost npptlling grandeur tlii? part of tlit) programme under her of Danville, next ami thous.iuds of people weie out to especial Hiipervision an.l ha.l laid about! Delivered Regularly and Punctu- 1kNN and Mr. Oharlis wltuess it. Mim Amakiia all tyonrDoors ,0 covers. The tables were latleu witli l.vnn. brother and sister of Mr John T. Kerv innrninK at the following Tnccv "Fon lo' the winter is piist, tho rain h Kood tbinco, embracing tmbstnntials. and Lynn, camo up with tho remains of his at Mrs. Mary over ind gone; the (lowers appear on other edible.s which hadbeeu gotten up Kor ino pound or owr 40c rer hundred. wife nnd are now gueMs .. 45' jxr hundred. the earth the timeof the singing of birds in thw moat approved culinary art. The I r jo pounds to 100 Wray'fl. . 50c nr hundred. full justice rur 10 in w pounds i j come, and the voice of the turtle is lunch was a royal one and I). K. V, Moriian is emigration ngont iu our land." Songs ofolomon 2: No lc lliun pound, dclitrrt-d- , was done it. Toasts were indulged in to VnHey Co. IIUF..MKK. ml solicitor for tho nnd The warm weather of the last week a limited extent, niter which, at mid,.,,. will five von any information yon lias brought forward vegetation nt a night, tho lively crowd of Maccabees wish nbout that most favored Bpot if wonderful rate. The water aud and su- dispersed. Prior to leaving Odd FelNow Mexico. g gar maples are nearly iu full leaf nnd lows' Hall, where tho organization was Mu. K. J. Cajwiii.1.1. writes that ANDon lawn and pastures is ipiinging made, the following ollicera were elect-eio very tine at Kock Castle SpringB gr.iss ltli a n e lino li.iw retained from the iltle Thomas Dalton, Past Commander; greenness at the rnto of an inch or m.i)l profit. ..I Milliii r which I will ell f"r t now nnd extends n toidial invitation to into help him en- more a day. Minuay nights siiowers Win. Severance, Commander; Will H. (itiedn leftover, as frish a. this seou s goods, ids fiiends to come out nnd ut have given new impetus to the growth, Wearen, I.t. Commauder; Joseph F. Wa from list .iMson, will sell joy tho bport. front comes, Bro. Maymaker ters, Keeper of Ueeords; M. F. I'lkin, COST and unless a CASH ONLY. Mr. A. G. llri i man went up to will have all kinds of vegetables in a few Chaplin; O. 1.. Penny, Finance Keeper; I do this is to reduce Saturday to secure Gov. my stock of The reason weeks. He is the boss gardener in Dr. L A. Anion, Physician; S M. Owens, coods so I will be able to m1I out my business at for thoStanfoid first opportunity. Seargent, Dr. W. U. Penny, Master at ih.' cordially invili theladies to call and examine returned looking very much tJWIl. I iiUosullcil a hare ol their jutron-ag- f. Master at Guard; Arms; J.T. l'mbiy, let MKS. I. M. IlKl'CK. hke a man with a "cinch. tlio horra Albert Severance, 'Jnd Master at Guard; A lmkik crowil attended Stanford, Ky. y 1)k. W. B. O'Bannon found that tho hIiow at Ilustouvillo .Saturday afternoon 1. C. Walton, Sentinel; G. G. Wine, Joch-vwas up to Pickett; Thomas Dalton, W. II. Wearen and the display of .itallio-light in tho otlico in the Intuiiou building was not strong enough for the average iu both numbers and qualiand Win. Severance, Trustees. The lim examination of tho oyes, so he will occu- ty. The. Huatonville brass band ills- - it of insurance allowed is JJ.OOO and ma1,-My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has just repy an olllco in the Commercial Hotel coursed some very sweet music for the ny took that amount; a good many took Iron, the with an elegant line of mil vender diaposed of i $2,000 nnd tho rest $1,000. The lodge turned embracingritiet building. occasion; a'etreet liucry, Dealer In- who has been big lot of jewelry aud other notions'; a Mk. A.T. Nunnkli-y- , will meet again on Saturday night and traveling for Harbison and Gathright, patent medicine man hold a good amount all of the members are urged to be presOf the season, of which she will ha e lull control. and pulled teoth free, ent. Louisville, with Texas for his territory of hiH "euro-all- " gen- She alio eiiEHgiM a Saturday to Beo after his wool aud these with tho diHplay of fine specireturned The toasts were as follows and the not taken mens of the eipiiue family made the day tlemen who responded to thorn went on FIEST-CLAStrade Tho Lone Star State has S And "Fatty." a Kulu one and onejlrui to bo remember- the principle that brovity is the soul of from him the right to bo called DRESS MAEER. ed. The saddle horses were first shown, wit: "Our Invited Guests." J. F. Hock-er- ; Jlrs. V. T Heard, who cuts by the only Parisian -CTTYAND VICINITY. and a liner lot could hardly have Our Order," Win. A.Smith; "What :iU'ntilic Tailor System in the United States, the Seamless Garments in Iiaiue. PrinI Know about Hiding a Goat," Wm.Sev-erance- ; disorderlies, San- been gotten together. Tho trotters came Fads Turk" drunks aud "Tho Kentucky Press," Joe F. cess Incurs, ani Waists, also I.atct stock in aud some exciting contests of sueed of next Wraps. Call and examine my Mattingly aud Waters; "What should be the Normal Skirts andbefore buying anil leave your order for Millinery ta Claus Dalton, Bill s your dresses. TIijiiWiu yuu for past favor e lined $3 each by the po- were given. Many richly bred fellows I'ulao of a Candidate?" Dr. Jesse I). Coffey, were "The Light of the World," (i. II. solicit samu. MAltY UAVIS DUDUKRAR. yesterday, after lying in jail a were exhibited aud altogether the horse lice court Terpany. show was a tiKcees. night or two. South-boun- Interior Journal tlio Joweler'fl. Comi: nnd aee our now Rpring and wraps. IjuIich &Tate. Mr. W. I). Nbwmnd lost in Stanford yesterday. her pocket-boo- k Finder will MEN'S AND HOY'S CLOTHING! New Stock, H. New. Styles, ed 5 J. McROBERTS. oilice-holder- s, in-la- Come to Our Feast of New Things. first-clas- s m m ALL THE NEW WEAVES. Sta-pleto- s, se store-hous- e in Eggs For Satohing. Lang-lin- HUGHES & TATE. January 24th, J". SI. r HILTOIT Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, do-ride- d 1 ot n 1 The Cash Bargain Store FOR SALE. DRESS - DS lodge-room- Largest pU-a-- e Best Selected I B. F. JONES & SON. . Thur-mou- d, The People ot Stanford I 1 & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, ICE, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. lt r I mm ( " .1 m Becord-Houie-tea- d, I poit-mast- er -- We Carry a Full lin of Builders' Supplies. 111 WHITELEY -- Pi-co- 2. 1 flsh-in- MILLINERY. -1 BINDERS & MOWERS TUB BEST MADE. FARRIS & HARDIN. d ' I ( Kich-nion- d FOR THE O'BRIEN WAGONS. McCren-rsendorriomen- t poet-ollicean- d I i. 2?ew Millinery. .Ft cru I 1 -- AM. THE NOVELTIES Faney Groceries, Fruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand5 J Lo-e- an Am-on- fl a ---: V True to HI Calling. "Ob, JnuicM" monned the wife, wringing her hands ns tha flames from tho burning uweningroso uigiiernnu nigncr, "isn't it ubllahod Every Tuesday and Friday drc.nl ful to stand hcronnd sco everything AT $2 IJCU YiflAR IN" ADVANCE we have in tho world going to destruction like this?" -"You nrc tinnccesinrily nlarnied, Mnry When not so paid S2.50 will be charged.SJ June, replied her husband. "A careful nnd conservative estimate at tho proper titM will undoubtedly show that our loss, is K.b. LOCAL TIME CARD. merely nominal." And her husband, local agent for the Train naves Howiand at 7:00 a. in., returning Xeversettle Insuranco company, stepped a 5:10 p. m. little fnrther back as tho roof fell in and L. ft N. LOCAL TIME CARD. said lie didn't think it wasgolnctobemuch 01 a lire. uiucago Tribune, -- .13.U pn il tram going North- ' " South.........................! at pta llarah. 11 Jl pn apress train ' South 11 am North ocal Freight North........ .710 am South. ......jjcpm Tha latter trains alio carry passengers. Tht above I calculated on standard time, Solar umii about t o minute fatter. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal The best salvo In the world lor cuu, bruises sores, ulcers, ss.lt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain, corns and all akin en'p tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay requir es. It ts sruaranircu iu kitv jjciicui .ui.muk l'nce as cents per box. or money refunded, ?or sale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. Viloo, 371 Clay street, hharnsourg Pa. he will not be without Dr. Kin a's New ins covery for Consumption, Concha and Colds, that ...L M urir who was threatened with pneu i hen various monlaalteran attack of La Grippe other remedies and several physicians had done Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. Country Produce. We will pay cash for country produce ol eveiy kind at our store-rooon Lancaster Avenue. We agon regular every week to also wll run our collect samo in the country. CRAIG & WALLS. THE I3KST PLACE TO BUY It Should Be In Evory House. J v' 11. Wall A. HOUSE STOZiXH. ordi-uary Paper I NEW STOCK OF Iwttles On the night Ol March jd a HAY HORSE, 7 hernocood. uooeri iiarotr, 01 claim that Dr King's New Discovery has done years old, heavy mane and tall, knot 011 left hind for him more good than anythinir he ever used Free lejf, slight collar mark on left shoulder; in condition; shows harness marks. A liberal Lime Trouble Nothinc like it. Try It. trial bottles at A. K. fenny's drug store. Large reward will be given for said hone or for Intorma 5,0c iwiuuii,i, All new stock and latest designs. and jl. tinu concerning him. 8 iM&tmim&ym BflflF ixBKKKKif QUEEN ft CRESCENT ROUTE. Trains pass Junction City as follows: No. i, Limited, n:aj p. m ; No, s. iiluc-uraspecial, arrives 8.40 p. m. no. 5, Q.& C. Special, ia:7 a. m.; No. 7,; Fast Mail, arrises ta:3 p. in., leases 1; ) p. m. North-boun- d N'o. a, Q.o C, Special, 3:10 p. m., No. 4 leaves at 6 a. in. ; No. 6, Limited, 3:15 a m No. 8, Ex press, arrives 1:31 p. in., leaves 1:3a p. South-bound ss This remedy is becoming 10 well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Hitter sine the same song or not exist praise. A purer medicine does claimed. and it is Mectrlc guaranteed to do all that is will cure all diseases ofthc Liver and KidUitters Itheum ney, will remote l'implc. lloils.Salt blood; and by Impure other affections caused system and prevent will as from the drisc malaria . 11 .. ...... nil milnrlil fevers, hot cure of Head Indigestion, try Electric ache, Constipation and Hitters. Entire saimacuun hii.i.hwUi...v.., relunded. Trice 50c and $1 per bottle at A. K. Penny's drug store. Electric Blttors. A. H. FISH, Crab Orchard. i laoiss, 1 m amm, m R PENNY. and comprehensive base just returned from the cities with a large STOCK OF MILLINERY, which was selecteJ with the greatest care, ami to which 1 invite the inspection of tho ladles. Mils Nora Welch, who gave much satisfaction, is again with me. and I am Tn belter rendition Ihm to sell the best (roods at tho lowest prices. Call and see the new sales MISS LICC1E IIEAZLEV. r.r Ginghams, Sateen;. Irish Linens, WHITE GOODS AND LACES. M& F If ajt I ft ni in. When When When When llaby was sick, v, e gave her CostorK tdio waa a Child, she cried for Castoria. aho bocamo Ml, she clunij to Cntorl v she had Children, she gf c them Castoria. C. X. Stanford, POWILL, : : Custom will : . Made o Call : Shoes, It LOGAN AVENUE, FOR LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN. Kentucky, fci xv m ft ! ftlI ; 1 Bakincr o rk , JIBaofoteJy jrowaer pow- w der. Higest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 A cream of tarter baking Jire Wall St., New York flHRiP C A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. O'Hceover McK)berts Drug Store In the new Owsley Building. Stanford IDIEILTTO." a : For the painless extraction of teeth ami other amor surgery. 1 have tested its virtue sufficiently to know ' K. C MOKGAN, D. D. S. Blue-Gras- s Nurseries, Spring, 1893. I'rult niu10rnauten(al Trees, small l"rult, Crape Vines, Asparagus and everything for the Orchard, Lawn aim GarJen. Prices low. We veil direct and have no agents. Catalnzues on application to x H. V. H1LLENMEVKK, Lexington, Ky. tiie snow, atiil in all the glory of their gold lce they crawled up over tho wines mid commenced to scatter the bits ofjilue paper niter me hiom approved fashion. "The nudlebce had worked itself intocon-siderabl- e sympathy with the heroine, and it was giving the closest attention to her mournful soliloquy when something bright suddenly Hashed before my eyes and there was h dull thud on the stage. I groaned inwardly as 1 recognized one of the heavv gold epaulets of the snow distributers, but my hope that it would nas bv unnoticed was rudely dispelled as the voice of one of thu boys in the gallery canto loud and distinct across the auditorium: " 'Cheese it, sis! Look out for them gold icicles!' "From that time to tho end of tho show the 'Two Orphuns' might as well havubetn iuil'u uir tin me serious svmpatny we could obtain." New York Mercury. and have attached a My wife was confined to her bed lor over tw First-Gl&- ss S&r Fool Room. ...... Penelope Yes. Are you? Truth. months with a very severe attack. 01 tocum -" -- "" . W could not get notnmg mai Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and reliel, and as a last resort gave ChamberlailK am Better than cer How h Gallery God "Qnecret!" a Slmsr. Halni a trial, lo our great surprise she beby A yotitig nctor who is now pluying in an- gan to1.improve iafter the first application, and and .v.. Accommodate i soon able to set up other statu tells n good story of one of his attend lo here house work. K. II J"h"on' CJ Public. t tnrlyopem house experiences, iu which a K. Knulson & Co.. Kensington. gallery god "queered" a show. tattles for sale by W. Ik McRoberts, Druggist, Special attention to Commercial Men. "Wevreropluytag the 'Two Orphan,'" Stanford. P. W GREEN'. Proprietor. he wye, "and for amateurs wo had worked ,ivje vsvns.t, Manager Persons who are subject to attack s of bi lotis ourselves well into the spirit of the piece. colic can almost invariably ell. by the Ir fee Ings, s Everything ran along smoothly until w when to cape" an attack. II Chamberlain as tolie. ! camoto that fecene in which tlienrnhan U Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cantaken oil toon the ward sitting on the church steps and the snow-flake- s as these srmptons appear, they always keep the disease. Such persons should begin gently to fall over her. Remedy at hand, ready lor Immediate use when Two or three doses "Ae had no property men, but two of needed them much suffenni.ol it at the nghttlire M sale by w u tho soldiers were delegated to distribute will save Druggist, stanioru. McRoberts Peach-blow- Cholly Are you going to wcarhoojiskirts if they become tho fashion. Miss ? Is used The more Chamberlain's Cough Remedy remedy the better it is liked. We know of no other cough you first catc"h cold. It is good w hen your seated and your lung, are sore It anv Irlmf Ol & COQIsTn. doien of it and eyery bottle has given sat Lake, druggisis, M'nneso ta Stedmau . U.McIlo.rts, Minn, soeent bottles for saleby Druggist, Stanlord. .. Alwass sells goods lower than anyone else In town. New stock of Fruits every I nday. CLOTHING Eor Men, Youths and Children, cost you nothing to look. and examine our stock. Commercial McKINNEY, KV. I Hotel, !'?" W. E. FIRKIISTS, Crab . Orchard, Ky. hate bought above mentioned Hotel at and .... Prepared to' the B K. lJEAREN, Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in r you feel the good that's done by Dr. Pierce a Golden Medical Discovery. It purifies the blood. And through the bood. it cleanses, repairs, and invigorates the whole system. or in In recovering Iroin "La Grippe , frcm pheumonia levers.or other nothing can equal it as an appetinag. restorative toaic to build up needed flesh and strength. It rouses every organ into natural action, promotes all the bodily functions, and restores health and vler. For every dlease that comes from a torpid liver ,. - r'w inn.... Vl.wl Ilv.tniis Indnrestion. IIilious- asissfsaisb i'iirv si s, iic-and the most stubborn Skin, Scaly, bcrolul ous affci lions, the "discovery" is the only reoe.lv If it doesn t o certain that it can be guaranteed. sou have jour benefit or cure. In every ca-- , money back. wasting-diseases- From Head To Foot 1 worms, stop cough, Increase the flesh and hasten Spring Wagons. Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows ??... ai.',Ra!fcs' Corn inters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, rheat Used Successfully Fifteen Tears. Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, IJuggy and Waeon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Baled Hay, &c. Will arrest disease, preven's disease, ejprts Dlt.MOS. HAAS' Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Hog &; Poultry Remedy maturity, Prices.- the Cheapest. 97' $.o. Si can )ta , and 50 cents per package; 50. The largest packages jit For sale by A. R I'KN.S'V, atanlord, Ky s Lincoln County is the best County in theStatc; Hustonville, Ky., the best town; is, JAMES VEAGF.R. THOMAS YEAGER. YEAGER & YEAGER, The best and cheapest man in the county, have come to this town (Hustonville) and opened this day with a full line of For a perfect and permanent cure lor Catarrh STANFORD. KY. take Dr. Sage s Catarrh Remedy Its prcpiietnr oiler $50. reward for an incurable ca of Catarrh We are In our new stable in tin Opera Block and are well supplied with sp i. .. Bas House To 1111 (Mil riiftlilnii I'lntr. I'lnricd to the gurret wall, for many cars Youo been a never fallinc source of Jest, j l will open on January iMh, 1893. a First-ClaAmi every jotuigstcr's met rylatigli would rim; Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ot' Wliilo wouilcriuK bow folks eer could lino jersey milk to the people of Mantord and Row- il re --ed I land at tlielollowiiig prices, delncred. In such a trur nud outlandish thing. jo cents Hut times luao changed, and now, behold! my .... .Fresh Milk, per gallon 'Skimmed Milk, por gallon. . dears, ...10 cents! A er- - ditriirent tune we'll liao to tint:. 8 cents 'Uutter Milk, per gallon tor grumliiinV gown, exhumed from moldy lwill make two trips dally. The patronage ol the chest. G. A. I'KVION. public is salicitcd M "very swavKor" "really sweet till Stanford, Ky 1 Jr. JSlKNUkMUJ Vntuiis S usawiNBBOTJioao NEWARIGSIAND HORSES Have boen purchased and nothing hut turnouts will lease the stable. lust-cla- . Clothing,, Qents' Furnishing Goods, Hoots, SIiocn, IlatN, sXc. Also a Full IJiic of Tinware. ss l M J DlsOl .O'tviNJ iorrr r 37 Give them a Call. JK. T. US A V 4'M,,a,lu IBBJIIIlnUI STKAUR, r. CLAtkl j STRAXJB& CO., . sV.AasrbsTfA IH'4X IS. 91-- spring. . Cell! 111! IJSI .Al BLBl Arn.fSfSL,. ILJM LU l.Z 111 a.(usA..u-TNt riN.T rifnrMrttr trVT IN -- Life G?A5CP0,SD VaTirw V3 A I)nrl Spot. CniCAGO.IlL iWji'L' OenipdiiaTr.l A5t. I have had. ... "1 was not al ways as you see mo now , .M i "v'lJi. vb wtxTONftHimiJnuJ mndu," s'titl lie joung man earnestly. "I HOUSE1 havo douu rome luettv bad thincs in mv U th ''" '''V At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and J""1 self mndu man." ho added with Hotel one of the best sa- open day and night; a night Ilectively. in (he State, man meets all tra ns. 111 coniieciion wiin riouv-liat ha e ytiu done, de.tr, so Very tet- liave a so one ol the best Mineral wells in the MaU rtil,. nii..tl...i.Ml .Miranda. There came 10 my pl.ii-- about 3'j months ago call on Mr and Mrs and for reference to ater, lhere was u tune, my own," he replied, a Red Heifer Calf. Owner can get same, by G. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd In- arren, auniwu, ijram, r.nn, lenn . a. a. oiirying uts late In Ills Iintltls. "that paj in,; Jj,for this nonce and the fted bill T). E. Proctor. C II. Hraum, Mr. and Mrs. T. ir. W. stooped so low as to turn my cuds.'' Club. JOHN M. HAI.H, Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. b, H, Johnson, Sunford. Ky 9 New Haven, I Im Cox. Greensburir. Rates Ji per a call, day. J. M. f'ftrey, clerk Give me Iielluetl. I. W. CARRIER, Prop. soiy Harold came into the study one day. The boy had an aptitude for working, and his father used to cater to his mechanical FIRE AND STORM appetite at all times. That morning Harold's eyes were bright. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, "Oh, father, did you see about that YanRepresenting . . kee down east that made an engine entirely of paper?" I have moved to my new Hotel and am better .Mr. Jackson smiled. prepared than ever to accommodate the public. "Xo, my boy. Tell Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Good Livery attached and every convenience de- me about it. Was it 11 donkey engine?" Manchester, of Manchester, Encj.; sired. Give me a call. "Xo. Stationary." JJostou Budget. FRANK RILEY. "Notice to the .Traveling Public. ''bv TrtM0R:inwKT Wiiusi Plumbers steam and water work . -. . PkACrUAL... and Steam Fitters 57 V Healers in all kinds , TIIE SIIELTON 11 HlVOaw wi.rkinausbip. or Iron and llrass Goods (01 Sanitary CimhIs of all kinds. AH guaranteed against dcleitisc material and "?"' lmn Carriage Painting & Trimmin g to the. 3 I COME ONE COME ALL. oroi. 3 J ESTRAY. c have .some Hargains to show you. fiixc ::i: I am running stoke, ; I am again ready to do all kinds of Carriage I'aintinc and Trimming. Can lx found at Daimh eriy s sr.op, ready t" serse the publi prompUy and well. 4 JOHN II. DeNAKDI,. Stanford Three : Big Else in the country. : Stores I THE RILEY HOUSE! H. BAVGU3IAN, London, Kentucky. INSURANCE AGENTS BANKS THE JEWELER. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidi. ous. A complete line of In Kentucky and one WHOLESALE STORK in Cincinnati, Ohio. Now, as'.IJbuy in quantities I am able to sell you goods Cheaper Than Anybody GI VK MK A TRIAL. can Save you Money. N. .FELD. Hustonville, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; first-class W. O. HTJTOHHTGS, IJ very and Feed, Stable, KHormnoR STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Having purchased of A. T. Nunnelley his liv-r- y business I can U I cm ml nt hisold stand rvaily to wait on the public at .my timo day or nielli Nothing. but FIRST-CLASS An AltnniMtlte. Ins. Co. of North'America. "Vtiu'xu hfcuiwl a ilivorte!'" asked the Companies. I woulsl All of which are liuttnicT. rmy friends in this line. Pol. be uleascd to "Yes, two of thmu, and linil a Are in tho icies promptlywait o issued. Will insure against torns-doe- s, thcutcr uml barely uvhiihI anil lost a lot wind storms and lightning Lightning clam of dfnmomls and recovered them ilonu esattacliil without additional charge Office at First National Hank Stanford. fverythitijf, In fact, that I knew, and yet the benches nro empty. Whatt-linl-l I do next" ".Siiiji)o-you commit suicide." Uoitou o Watches, Clocks And SILVERWARE. Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. All eooJi sold engraved tree of charge 4TYour patronage respetfully solicited. DR. W. B. PENNY Dentist. f seated Office Sculh side Mam street, In office recea STANFORD, KY. by !),.!.. K. Iluffiuan, Stsnfotd, Ky. 1'o-- t. : t B Hales Well For Sale Jewelry Capital Stock surplus that this - 8200,000 20,500 Parfflers Rank&Trnst , Co We will sell or rent this well known retort, three "mivin(,' ord" contests? Stanford, There arc 70 MitdKt Ves. shall leave my stable and my prices will be as The missing wortl wus miles south of Building and tisgCott.ijcs, acres of besides Land, a Hotel low as the lov. est Don't furget my Stanford and jt'j.," but I could not get her to say it. a good stable and other outhouses. The water is Rowland 'bus line. IndiaiuiioIi's Journal. the best in this section, as every one who has visited it.can?attest. Will give immediate possesA. L..SPOONAMORH, sion. Falls Branch Jellico CoalCo., A Crucial Test. Hubble, Ay. 4 "And you think lie loves you?" Minersaud shippers of the GKNUINK "I urn afraid lie does. I sang to him for A. O. I.anhan. B. anhourandahalf last night, aud when 1 John CasCcman. btopiied he asked me to go on." Vogue. Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford Jand Rosvland. Otitic corner ol Depot street and rail- yj-O- m i : TURNOUTS VuUlcy Did you ever tackle any of thoh Still 3llsliiK. Original Jellico Coal. HIGGINS eo.docros.ine. WATTS. I Quiet. THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KV., "Tell me, does your ulster keep her birth days Mill," "es. She keeps them very htlll." Do- froit Free Iies. mi Kncllhh Cliophouse. Gent lenian How is it there's no rm-n- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, Insurance Company, BAHBEE &CASTLEM AjN Commerce Building, Louisville -- Attention of the public is invited to tti fac is the only National Iljnk in Stanford Umler the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor sd amount equal to the stock, so that depositors o this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Fire sworn statements ofthecondition of the bank are made each ycarto the Uuited States government and its assets are eaamincd at stated times by government agents, thus securing addintona tnd perfect saitty 10 depositors, inis iiiMiiuuun orietnally established as th Deposit Hank or Stanford In i8j8. then tied as the National Dank ol Stanford in i6j . and . . .. sam ieorcanuraaitnc ririt national tunk ol' Stanlord in iSJs, has had practically an umnter runted exitUnceol i years. Ills better supplied now with tscllitiesrortransactinif business prompt ' ly and liberally than ever beforein its long and I honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu- cunts, firms aim inuiviuuais respectfully solic- ted. & -. of stanford,:kV., Is now tully organfied and ready for business with Paid up Capital of Surplus, . SUCCESSOR tii - $200,000. 20000. NATIONAL at ur aiAruKU, NW cUt,ng "" uf2.."h ,he"me "Uand uodsi u. ,ovitl0n. r ,,'nc.lninfnnt. Til K LINCOLN In : JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now uiv charge anu 1 ituena 10 conduct it so as to cat nnlv maintain its hizh reputation, but to add to its long listc ol friends. Spciial accommodations for commnciil travelers and line rooms. for the dlsploy of samples, AIFirst-Clas- s thU Waiter Gravy' waiter gravy to u. T. J. Foster, The Directory of this Hank is composed ot of Stanford; Forestui'Reid, Lincoln county; . a hextra, tirl J. W.llayden, Stanford; , Too Mucli So. Tho purse prouil parents oft urited Fan To wetl tho rotvlitner; Sim ausvscml an American Was Kood enough for her. S.Ii. Baughman, Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, I.lnroln; J. S. Hockcr. Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, SUnford. OFFICERS: W. G. Welch, Stanford; V. .I'.Tate, Stanford. ,n ,ad',,on ,0 itnount Invested as '" admin ?,,Uch .,ha,'"' f""y JB'nd vidual ' tru,tee' Tn .... w.,u w !... .U Dulsincts to while mnaglns; c.iruitcuineir National Bank us the Lincoln of w many thanks and ?..". ,L' will '""? e"dou they continue to transact their business -- .... u ourring as a guarantee Tor prompt alien-tto- n to savour twenty years' eaperwice V banking and as liberal as ar intent with sound banking, ,h., ...l.r". rii5 "sillJIfLICU a - m' aiafa ilanA. milT In National u-. -i hassMiv lIMliat. :. vr ". ". Ill held individually i. .hi. . .w- -inirnnninra .z".. mi. ,w mo caicni or :.' -- ui sioc k P"'tois ai 'h,J'"' ,."". ik'' "" ;nir i' J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. M. Hall, SUnford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford S. J. niaicTOKt: ; Sunford ; . Agents throughout the South. AT- J. K. l.ynn.Staafotd; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledg.vllls; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Oooch, Sunlord, Ky. S. H. S.hanki, President. J " W,ley' C'Wm- W. M. B.l,ht, Tell.,. Saloon 1 , "But he'a a nan of rank," they said; "Oh, yes; that's true," tald bhe. And added, us nhi shook her head, 'Too rank ludurd for uie." Jesse Thompson'sJaBarber Shop, Aid BILLIARD j7-- tl and TOOL ROOMS attached JOSEPH COFFKV. W. A. TBIBBLS, Local STANFORD, KV, fftnt, Nw York Iresa. There are three of thn heit Ilarbers in the Slate There are also excellent Hath Rooms run in con. ncction. Agent lor I exinicton Steam Laundry J. S. Hockcr, President; John J, McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKInney, Assi.um Cnhler. xjlj ! .1 v iWTrsjui- - Sl j !yyaift.HA-sfaj!MH;-