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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893041801 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. -V sr' l. ., V '. T" "- '- li . I '' t t -- . J Semi Weekly Interior vol. xxi. DANVILLE. d Journal. NO. 14 i). ii CAttmr.LL. Y. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. APRIL 18. 1893. LANCASTER. GARRARD COUNTY. NEWSY NOTES. CHURCH AFFAIRS. L. AUSTINS U r 1 V V Tho Kentuckian Bays that Rev. I. S. Farmers report the. wheat crop 09 in A forest flro in Warren county, N. nil-- , Jackson Wright, an 18 year-olC, has destroyed over 200 farm build- McBlroy'n meeting at Paris continueej died nt tho Iusli-tut- excellent condition. pll from Offcnsboro, with 12 additions. Contractor Carr ban commenced the ings. Saturday of locomotor ataxia and Tho Transylvania Presbytery, in sesMiss Sarah B. Creekmore baa been .was buried in tho Danville cemetery on wood work on thu Hatson & West store. & sion at Danville, voted in favor of the Tho meeting at thu Methodist church appointed at Kockhold, in Sunday morning. Office and slock room cor. Main and Somerset st; warcroom, paint revision of tho Confession of Faith. thu present Whitley county. Mr. 0. L. Chrisman, of Independ-once- . will contiuuu through Dixio Williams, tho noted evange-- j Tho World's Fair buildings have alMo . was in town rhuraday and week. and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. Tho braSH band will givu nuotber ready co6t $10,703,S-'- 3 and they aro not list, has given up the ministry on ac lYulny. Mm. B. II. Thielu and children count of a throat trouble and is now on tho oven-iii- completed by a jug full. havo returned from a visit to Washing concert at tho court-houof thu L8. Lucius (. 0. Lam.ir, son of tho dead traveling for a creamery. ton City. Mr. Win. I Powell is recov-inIn a camp3gin nt Hart- A specialty. F. F. For, Jr., of Lower Garrard, justice, has bien appointed commission erysipelas. 2TSign Work, artistic and plain. 19a We guarantee from n severe attack of ford, Conn., Murphy, tho great temperGreen, a well known was before Judge Itnbinson Saturday on er of the general land olliee. Aunt Tamor work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. signets to thu Secretary Hoke Smith says ho will ance orator, secured old colored woman, died Friday niulit. a warrant charging him with striking his not appoint any but young doctors on pledge of total abstinence. CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. 8h was a Rood woman and an xcelb'nt wife. Tho case was dismissed. Rev. W. L. Pickard, of Louisville, is iH not believed that tho It frost ou the pension examining boards. cook, in which capacity oho served the Bmiii Pa! hn seems to bo dead this assisting Rev. J. O. Rust in a meeting in f unity of thu lion. M. J. Duiham for Saturday night injured tho fruit to any .She wh a member of Ureal extent. The indications are that time hiiro enough. Tho report is con- his new church itt Bardstown, which has unny yearn. tinued that hn and all his people aro no resulted so far in GO confessions. oocieticH, representatives of which there will be an excellent crop. Tho Sam Jones revival at Rowling flliiH of - colored brethren wore mote. Tho took part in the funeral Sunday. Green resulted in nearly 2,500 professSunwashed away in a pool near town Thu Bnulish, Scottish nnd AustraliMr. and Mrs. S. It. White, ol ions of religion among thu ungodly of are visiting Danville friends. Mr. day afternoon. A largo crowd of both an Chartered Hank has failed, with that city, nnd about 500 additions to tho amounting to 0,000,000, or has been cry ill I white and colored people saw thu work Thomas Douglas, who church. caused by a wound woll done. from blood poisoning More than 200 Methodist ministers Will I find such and such an article? is a question that you often hear J times II. Koystou will apply to thu Knoedler A Co.'s collection of paintof his hands. Is ablo to be out on on ono asked. To minthe street again. MImj Ouie, daughter next term of thu county court for drug ings Bold at New York for S3S 1,070. "Go-itu- r in Ireland have signed an appeal to to the Market," by Troyon, brought isters in Bnglaud to oppose the home-rul- e of H. V. French, is very ill of pneiuno gist's license, with privilege of selling bill, both on religious and commerattack of typhoid liquor in Lancaster. Ho applied to tho 13,100 nia, which followed an Mrs. Georgiana Willis, of Fulton, cial grounds. issi term, nut was retuseii upon some over. Tho Bowling Green Democrat ia Judge Parker, of Lexington, heard technicality. He has erected a large ICy., committed suicide at Now York loud in its praisc3 of Sam Jones and (ioodloo now store room near the depot. by throwing herself before a electric lo 1 Many of them for you we give a partial list of tho injunction ciso of W. U thinks thu good he has dono there will Chicago, with consummate bad comotive. against C. 0. Fox, which arose over the Alexander I, who is under 17, has be felt for all time to come. It says that town attorneyship, Friday, and dissolv taste, has had imported from Richmond gtvln tho plalntill 1 tho old Libby prison. Tiiuy now declared tho regency nt an end and as- 411 persons professed religion at one d tho Injunction, to have on exhibition tho gallows sumed active sovereignty of the kingdom meeting alone. dayB in which to reinstate tho matter Tho Rev. J. Gorton Miller, rector of a judge of tho court of appeals Sat- on which old John Itrowii was hung. If of Sorvia. ... I.a.a T.l C Doul'.. .1.11 ml x nui a ii.uiuu, a. vjuiuutuuo, was they want further to disgrace their supauu, DRESS GOODS; Wool Dress Goods in all the new shades and nb A New York inventor claims to havo u.i urday morning Alex Anderson by all perfected a new motive power that after a service of sixteen years as an weaves; China Silks, Challies, French Ginghams, Satteens, Organ1J. J. Durham as posed civilization, they ought sworn in as recorder; treasurer; J. A. Heron assessor; J. X. means to get tlie skeleton of Uuiteau and would drive n steamship across the At- Episcopal minister, has created a sensa- dies, Dotted Swisses, Plain and Figured Pongess, Lotos Cloths, Beltion there by resigning his charge to lantic in 82 hours. Liu a clerk; G. T. Helm as chief of po- the bones of Wilkes Hooth. Commissioner Itlount has taken the A. W. Terrell, a wealthy! Texas become an elder in the Christian church. fast Lawns, and nearly every other kind of Cotton Goods made. lice; II. W. French and J. It. Mooro as Sam Jones' meetings at Bowling of the Bails of MinisterStevens, ranchman, who has figured considerably Wc carry a better lincof Trimmings than you usually find, such as wind out night policeman. Argo, of tho the Smart Alex who proceeded to placa in State politics, has hern appointed Green is followed by the usual crusade Silks, Velvets, Guimp in Black, Tinsel and Gilt, &c. -S- uperintendent W. K. against the There are 30 in I). A I). Institute, shipped Saturday to a protectorate over Hawaii, run up the minister to Turkey. HOSIERY for Ladies, Men Children and Boys in Hermsdorf, Spontaneous combustion caused a full blart and the women are organizing World's Fair fine oil paintings of tiie American Mag and have American the and Silver Crown, Fast Black. LaCleve, tho first Instructor of deaf sailors take charge of allairs generally. fire which did 100,000 damages to the to drive them to the wall. Unfortunate- Pcerles ly these spasmodic efforts never amount CORSETS P. D., Warner's, Warner's Waist, Centuay, Tricora, Stevens ought to bo supplanted by some Hegan Mantel Works at Louisville. Two mutes in America, anil of John A. to much. for many one who has rome common sense, and persons were hurt by a falling wall. Sr , ono of his pupils and French Strip; Silver and Thompson's Glove-fittinRev. J. T. Chenowith, of Wheeling, Zeno F. Young, who formerly pubyears superintendent of tho Kentucky knows how to keep in his place. Our Shoe stock is complete. The expression of every one is that Mr. A. II. itico spent Saturday and lished a piper at Madisonville, Ky., was W. Va., who was charged with criminal Iustitute. Also specimens of job printintimacy with pretty flattie Lloyd, n our Carpets are the prettiest line they ever saw. ing, of fine needle work, men's, women's Sunday here. Miss .Mamie Curry re- found dead in bed at Decatur, Ala. A Miss couple of morphine boxes told thu member of his Hock, and whose case has and children's shots mid tho capes in turned from Danville Friday. been in tho hands of an investigating all the Dottle lirown is the guest of Miss Hella tale. which they are to bo exhibited, Fay- committee for some time, has been deare all admir Arnold. Miss Jane Lusk, of Paint Lick, Mrs. Marguerite Thompson, of work ol the pupils. They de-- ! for clared guilty. is visiting her sister, Miss Bliza Lusk. ette, has sued the Courier-Journably executed. In tho Billot F. Shepard, tho erratic New thu boys are- taught to make Mr. Charlie Fnshie, of Centre College, is ?20,000 for printing a dispatch saying partinent marshal of York editor, left $100,000 to St. Paul's entire shoe, anil not one pirt alone, at homo this week. Miss Annie Wallace that she had eloped with the Chutch, at Tarsus, in Asia Minor, and as is tho custom in shoo factories gener- is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Judge Robin Georgetown. ally. son. Mr. Joiin Klrby Is at tiomu lor a Mrs. Staples, of Bufialo, for three donated his stock in a stacu line to tl e Oircuit Court met Monday, Judge week. successive nights dreamed that Hho eaw company, provided it is never run on Smiley and Prosecutor OwMey both Attorney Carter, of tho Uehring Sea her husband electrocuted. Tho husband Sunday. If it is tho stock is to go to a belli? present. HIh honor charged the commission, has started out on a speak- was uiformeii 01 toe dream anil was a charitable institution. Tore our Store to pieces and Mibs Sadie Means, a telephono gir) grand jury, which is made up as follows: ing pilgrimage of two weeks, if his breath dead man in less than an hour. II A. Hudson, foreman, J. M. Hackney, holds out and his auditors retain their It has been demonstrated that the was expelled from the Second PresbyteGeorge Cogar, J. B. Wright, F. S. Tuttle, senses during that time. It matters but run between New York and Chicago can rian church at Charleston, S. C, because W.T.Wood, William May, Jr, John little whether thev sleep moot of the he madu in It) hours and n passenger she worked on Sunday. Sho appealed Walls, J. II. Williams, W. F. Piilham, J lime or whether they lie tun to him at train will bo put ou to maku tho run in to the Charleston Presbytery, and that body sustained tho action of the church. Thousands of dollars worth of good?, but we are 0. B. Harman, N. F. Hardin. Tho petit nil, hs tho result of their deliberation!, that timu during the World's Fair. Tho case will be carried to the Synod. A. Slaughter, A. Rich, J. M will not, in all probability, be changed jurors aro J. Commissioner Blount has had haulConant.T. H. Prathor, A. II. Itottom, T. hv anything In may . say. They will ed down from tho Hawaiian government This is religious intolerance with a ven, ii .. ... . : . has fioat- - geance. V. isiiiocif, 1. 1.. iwimi, u' . it it.n..t.i prolnlily wake up In time to ilnnk tbeir building tho American ii. .nvn. K. J. Pen lmuuJy un, It is said palimpsest containing t le C. C. Huguely, It. L. Walker, uko tlt,ir jnc,t jf Carter, ed there for two months nnd sent the ny, O. K. LdwanU, J. M. wuisenoerry, who is a m in of medium size, is permit guarding marines luck to tho cruiser complete Syrian text of tho four Gospels And ready to wait on the trade. We can now oe found at Jim El- , has been discovered in the Convent of V. M. Best, Archie Fryo, S. A. VanSick-leated to speak two weeks, it would seem Boston. more's store house in II. Gentry, C. M. Tucker, C. M. that two months would be about the J. Near Janesville, Wis., Nat Gibson Mount Sinai. Hitherto only fragments Tucker, M. C.Thurman, N. 1C. Tunis, J. time that should bo allotted to a gentle- shot and killed his wife and Mrs. Ileum, of tho Syrian text havo been known. Vandor-Ip- o, 1'. Wingate, J. L. Uruce, John man of thu size of Justice Harlan. As a neighbor, who had been called in to The discovery is regarded as a very imnoon, when there are seven more years in the pres- settle a family quurrel. Gibson then set portant one, inasmuch as this text is the L. G. Hankla. I'p to this letter closed, tho'-- hud been no ent century, it is to bo hoped the com- tiro to Ilia house and thu bodies were oldest authenticated text of the gospels Where goods can be bought in existence. trial, though the call of thu Common- mission will bo sblu to complete their burned to a crisp. wealth's docket was in progress. year IDOL passed a labors by tho Thu Tennesseo Legislature To Prospective Teachers. The Good Book Bays tho commission bill fixing a State tax of 50,000 on buckfolI see from an announcement made by AlSoutliorn paper publishes tho yo into all tho world and et shops. It also permits counties and a was, "Go the State Superintendent of Public Inlowing advertisement. "Wanted-l- ly preach the gospel to every creature." In cities to assess a tax of similar amount. T9a OS" Damaged goods at your own price. struction that the State Board of Examnged nineteen, of pleasing young lady, Cincinnati on Sunday, tho llUh, some of It has closed all tho shops nt JNashvillo iners will require of applicants n better good llgure, agreeable mancountenance, thu subjects treated in several of the pul- pending suit to test tho law. acquaintance than heretofore with dianers, general information and varied ac- pits were as follows: "Will tho Coming young W. Irving Gillis, a complishment who has studied every- Man use Stimulants'."' "Bgyptian My- Loui8villo man, and a young woman critical marks, menial arithmetic nnd thing from tho creation to crochet, a thology," "Little by Little," "Hust- Lizzie Kelner, a member of tho demi the history of Kentucky. gentlemen. I understand this to apply to county situation in the family of ling," "Tho Successful Business Man," monde, known as Mamie Wilson, were examinations especially. The State Suhead ol his table, manShe will tako tho 'Tho Budding Rose of Affection." All fouud dead in bed Fri lay. Tho woman age his household, scold his servants, thosu are good subjects for ordinary lec- had killed him and then poisoned her perintendent also suggests that if those who expect to teach aro not attending n amuse his babies, check his tradesmen's tured, but what connection they liavu self. The "John Bull," the original loco spring training school, they had better bills, accompany him to tho theatre, cut with tho "gospel" is not easy to deterthe leaves of his new book, sew on his mine. There is a successful business motive, was run upon a trial trip over organize a little training term of their buttons, warm his Hlippers, and gener- man in Indiana, who is a wealthy distill- the tracks of tho New Jersey Transporta- own. Especial attention will be paid to the ally make his life happy. Apply in tho er, beer brewer, street railway owuer tion railroad, drawing'ono ofj.tho origi- formation of manuscript. My Board of Examiners for this year first place to Miss Maymo Smyth, Hick- and what not. It is said that he owns nal coaches and another made in facsimory GrovoGa., and aiterwards to papa an elegant residence, but does not know ile. Tho train will soon be run to Chi- will be composed of teachers actually enNew stock, styles and shades. gaged in thu common school work, nnd fair. on tho premises." what homo is. He is over ou the run, cago to be exhibited at the who are well up in tho requirements of John Bnttermore, a prominent demA Kansas editor and n rich widow lives in n constant strain, wastes two the State Board's demands. I in sleep and thinks his ocratic leader of St. Louis, has just died were engaged to be married when tho hours out of -' W. F. McClaiiv, Co. Supt. of bites nnd scratches neighbors began to talk about it, chant daily bread depends upon the number from tho effects produced 'erysipelas, and which The revolting statement is lade ng that ho was marrying her riches of hours he puts in. Possibly the Cin- which Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Ljnseed Oil and Varnishes, vexed at this, of cinnati sernun on "Tho Successful Bus- were received in a fight withGua Vogel, that in Virginia, Carolina, Georgia and The young editor was republican. JThis goes to Alabama there are at least 100,000 "toa Landreth's Garden Seed at .niiiaii nnd in order to show up its un- - iness Man" had some reference to the he persuaded his aftinity to iruntloman from Hoosierdom; if bo, it is prove thatlthe republicans are a poison bacco dippers," as they are called, who truthfulness ous Bet. consume a great quantity of snuff. turn all her worldly pelf over to hur nil right. It is a good thing to be a So far as known. 17 nersons were "hustler," but a better one to be "a Within a month's time four brothgrown daughter and that he would prove killed, two wore fatally injured nnd about ers of Muscoutah, 111 , named Heulsch-le- r New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. to the world sincerity of his affections. successful business man" in this age of ten more were hnrtbytho cyclone which did so, and the first selfishness and greed. met death by accident. One have The trusting widow destroyed Robinsonville, Miss., Wednes- was drowned, ono fell from a load of GEORGE B. PREWITT. II. B. KING. night tho editor and the young ftlrl An Bxcuhbion to Cincinnati. The day afternoon. The property loss will straw and broko his neck, another wns and In the corning the widow loped, Queen A Crescent Route will run an ex- reach $100,000. Four persona were killinjured in a runaway and died, while the pied the forms in the office and would cursion to the dedication of tho now City ed the same day in Michigan and soveral last was run over by a runaway team have pied the editor if sho could have Hall and a geueral demonstration in hon- thousand dollars' worth of property and killed instautlv. found him. MORELAND, KY., or of that event will take placo at CinAbout 300 of the banks in Kentucky Wc have opened up a nice line of he asked the Bos cinnati May 13th. Tickets will bo sold kiBS youV" "Can I Frederick Drinkharst, of near have responded to the request of the his nronosal had been ac from all stations in Kentucky at one i ..iri Ind., who has just died, was a State Board of Valuation for a statement good going on man of many eccentricities. During tho of cepted. fare (or tho round-trip- , the amount of their property. All of do not know whether you can cr trains arriving at Cincinnati the morning 50 years he lived near that place he nev- them filed a written protest against the "I critically. of May 13 and good to return on trains er visited town but twice. His wife died franchise tax proposed by the new revnot,'' she replied We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get of May 13 and 14. D. G. Bdwards, G. o number of years ago and an imbecile enue law, and declared they would not Ho hesitated a inomeut. the most (or the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots," P. A. "May I kiss you?" he murmured. daughter was left in,his charge. He pay the tax, claiming vested rights unm which enables us to make very low prices. Bases of steel nails $2 per "That's different," Bhe responded, and Merchant "Now, here's a piece of built a prison and kept her in it till bis der their charter. As the new law rekeg, do. wire nails $2.30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in he gathered them in. goods that speaks for itself." Uncle neighbors took tho matter in their own duce the tax from 75 cents to 471 cents, WW "Woll, that wouldn't Buit bauds and had her sent to an asylum. the annual revenuo lost to the State, if proportion. "Charlie, didn't you promise to try and .Hayseed Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you years ago n colt jumped a fence the banks successfully resist the fran" Sov6n using Mandy. She likes to do her own break yourself of the hubit ol tax, will be about $100,000. money on his farm, which made him very mad. chise alang?" Cotton'mnlcs, 2 pr.' broke mules and nice saddle horse for sale. He tied him up in a stall and was never The highest falls in the world aro Bgk.5 Sixteen ounces of gold are sufficient mamma, and you bot I in Charlie-Y- ee, you see. to gild a wire that would encircle the nut nf it for a second till ttho old man the Ribbon Falls of the Yosemite 3,300 & fiettin' there with both feet, don't feet. died. earth. Chicago Tribune. post-mast- NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL ATTSTXN, Fro'rs, se K g House Painting and Paper Hanging llve-wceK- s' s'!V-or- U- Itlrh-mon- d, 'H $30.-000,00- 0. WHERE : 1 pro-Kis- o br-fo- ro WHAT WE : KEEP. Il.. bar-roo- Ja-col- w, g. S3BSVEIBAN013 & N9 s'loe-mskin- g al - tu THE CYCLONE 11 1 . .... AGAIN TO THE FRONT, 11 DARSTTOWN -- CHEAPER Than EVER STEPHENS & KNOX. 11 well-know- n 11 SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. '- well-kno- Wo Bo MolMDBEBTI 'f KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Vin-cenne- s, olr Dry talk-in.- . J KI1TG rr1-- " ' r- .T iwspvigrtfy "" I ;r""; & Semi-Week- ly InteriqrJquknul Stanforp. Ky., -- W. P. WALTON. the shutters for the iovem. 20th. v MunmerMayll.tomeet wife nt Somerville, A 10 year-oleffect has inber IHh. A resolution to that four healthy April IS. 1R93 been introduced, which provides further J., g.ivo birth Sunday to girls. fants, two boys aud two from each that a committee of John II. Wilson, during ture will put up It is now probable that the Legisla- i?,,caoilvilln is in tho throes of n prc- May hibition election which is to occur ain EIGHT : PAGES. E .f . Capital, who went to Washington nnd was got a "cinchona" on the place ho interfiling letter to his after, writes an paper from the capita! in which he not to come to Washis an ington until they are sent for, as it do very little expensive city and one can nays, good by coming. Furthermore, ho worth the papsr on petitions aro not wh'-cthey are written. Give me an two, endorsement from a ConarobStnau or olh-ccabinet a couple of Senators and a I thrown in for good measure, and i..,,.u thoir infltienco for i...- been all Iho tons of petitions that have in'the United States since .Mr. signed Cleveland was elected. ad-visoffice-seekers h C0L.P0LKJ0IW80,0f the Fwakfo m Mi in fei If I 1 fc Lv n iL- L f W The Campania, tbe immense Cunard ni,..nsi,in tviitfli nliiMMt rivals the fa we To mous Great Kostern in sine, will, Bhould she hold up the record of her trial trip, Twenty-sebo the fastest ocean vessel afloat. is claimed for milcB nn hour ven her. One of the big syndicates in this L'rovis- .., ;o .. uuuutij ti.rt r)riAnd Bief and rtrt ion Trust, with a otpitul ot hw,ihrmjuu. yiZacw Illinois Another important affair is the l'-rjn capital of choice Coudeneed Milk Trust, with . n Ci IT .n t .7 Olney l .... The Southern governors, who met in $25,000,000. Next to it comes tho The head of Attorney General prepared completely convention at Richmond, Va., Pork Combine, tho capital beinc seems to have been turned being clothed with a little au address inviting people from other i!0,000,000. around by his he parts of this country and from Europe A Chicago special to the Courierbrief authority, and if reports bo true , ass. He seems to to come and cast tncir mis u.,ori all around Journal states that, if jvnding neKotiaand other o tions are perfected, the famous bictilor-ulthink that divinity doth hedge about wbero the climate, resources paout of Congressmen and oth-er- a advantages make it the most favored of gold cure will him and ho treats to move, Oat Wo everyday section on the globe. The address will nee aB if they were common the hands of the Leslie Keeley Company. we V be given broad circulation during the Tho price is said to be 510.000,000, and minions. He insulted Congressman opbruequeness the other day, World's Fair, which is an especially tho prospective purchaser is a syndicate future. Tho portune timo for it to be done. of New York capitalists but he'll know better in the West Virginiau gave him a piece of his Maine Legislative. Ik every democratic mother in mind that will likely linger with him would do her duty, as tho good one at A bill has been presented to pretime to come. It is a pity the for Borne republi- Lewiston has, that vent pool selling and book making. president could not have solected a would soon be redeemed. .tmnohnlri requirements The House has nt last passed the versed in all the She ie tho mother of 17 sons, loot whom penitentiary bill as it came from the attorney general. ,..u, n, Rtnllion record for the position of ,.r.. nld onmiL'h to vote, and none oi Senate. It empowers the commission-er- a stal-- j ia offered to any simply clothe Russia and 52,500 Congressman them scratches a democratic ticket. Mr. r Lindsay and of the sinking fuud to JL the inlion that beats it. and feed the prisoners, to keep them Breckinridge delivered themselves of Cleveland ought to givo her t nt to buy iiw,iAwi., reward for her ef or some suitable h ighest mark- , eloquence on the occasion side the walls and to lease out for the . of Jefferson's bitthday forts in tho cause of democracy. price possible all or what portion beat of the celebration in Tex-- , util- elrT Jefler-soof the "net" labor that they cannot long drouth wa, broken by the Wattcrson, Whitney and Faka, the Italian minister, Baron wind nnd rain Clubs at Louisville. Tho former His entire interest in the as Friday by a severe dam-., and embarrassed Mrs. Cleveland ize. presented the great much Mr. May, of Pulaski, has whieh did compared G rover Cleveland to her hand in storm, the other day by kissing -- But ten men nave ui. founder of the democratic party, who, true cavalier fashion, when she extend- a bill to have the charter of the Cincinof 2:30 or railway forfeited. He says lacking in some of his he said, while or pacer to a record two Western Con- nati Southern did such a oth- ed it to him. The which the characteristics, was bis superior in Bud Doble. even, never present like to have that one of the conditions on to gressmen who were was granted was that no suit thing. ,,,. " i1(ll,,.ht ers. If Mr. Cleveland is susceptible . . fulien over in amazement, but the Birou charter "V " -A- ndoreon Huch'praise, and few there be who are seemed to thiuk tbut he had done noth- ,.i,m v,o rmnvpil from nnv of the -courts, but of J. C. Caldwell Co. ow himself vety not, the Senator is making counties to any of tbe U. S. r,5c per bushel. ing more than the proper thing. at solid at the White House. in defiance of this condition the compa- growin. crop of wheat And- eclipse in South America ny i continually obtaining the removal The eolar many In Mr. Gkoiige L. Willis, the bright, Saturday was observed successfully by of various suits instituted ngaiunt it in -- K eavy rain rtorm raBl eouBtel-latioparticular etar in tho Frankfort Prof, l'ickering and other eminent astrol- th Pulaski circuit court to the circuit of newspaper corespondents, has The court of the United States of the district ogers from the United States. been elected superintendent of the Ken- weather conditions were all that could of Kentucky. Several cases in point aro in the portb-wesBiH11.hinn tucky building ut the World's Fair, bu desired and the results were highly cited. I ""1-- . secured oi J. , ... i n ji.iW. knur. . . dedicated June 1 by adwhich will he satisfactory. During the period of total the Bplendid jennev present season with by Gov. Brown and Col. W. O. dresses CRAB ORCHARD. and will make the eclipse the stars shone with much brilBradley. All the uevrspiper men will M.Smith Baughmaii. of n liancy. has .Mr. J. Herrinia the fatherlast another him ipatchcasay thaV the frost did be glad that the old -Dweek, arrived - healthy boy w hich TVnnecsee, Mississipi i such a comfortable berth nnd hope Mks. W. G. Jones, of tho Knsign Comgreat damage in of him. . . with the pany, .is (H. ami. naa Ioeou I. .LI... tlw. and they are very proud " " ueiu that the pay is commenburato in . -- Our marshal, Mi. Lee, is making the and Arkansas, old lady must position. dignity of the footlights 53 years. The crop will have to be replanted. we ever saw. It ton Thompson. liopmtiiiL' tired bv this time. The rub- - tlneht lot of mattres'--- At the sale by Malcolmmostly man-M- , pay any one needing a ood bed to A list of the members of the Olid Conweanling mules, been experiencing that will lie has no doubt 21 head of . .1 gress compiled by the clerk of the House sold at ?K a IUI ilSK ..l LIJ1IIIIIUI1II1.V Vl ill., intpninfii' ivtiiictf.(l tin" firm nf Iltfrmm; if llll. iiiliunt, come to Bee him, or send him a postal ..- i. for several seasons. (,& bought $51 10. Clover Hay Gazette. is but feeling of weariness shows that in the Xn seats there for hia prices. & VanArsdale. and will make it to the interest of others to trade with per one vacancy, that being caused by the The little baby girl of Mr. and Mrt. to rlS bought me. The books and accounts nave uccn inui.Mcrrcu to mc ami i win George Dillard, a young blood of -- William Waldorf Aster , has ., Lodga to the Senate lying atdealh'a doer election of Mr. Miss Auuie Bradley Jim Burch has been Favette, seduced, of Clive-encontinue the latter with all who desire. from Massachusetts. In the new body under a promise of marriaite and then fnr ,wpr ft week It has been delicate a the splendid rsUte of OoTClothing, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless ofcost to close Thames, from the Duke of the the democrats will have 10 members, deberted her. She is shortly to iecome long while, and teething bin reduced it for l.BM.OOO. out stock. tbe republicans 127 and the populist t, a mother ami Saturday her father had to almost a skeleton. Its death is hour- Westminster, "hk all Wool. Wantki). giving the democrats a majority over price Dillard arrested. He was held in SL.twu ly expected. and et the hiheht market .ll of 85 and over the republicans of 93, bond and in preference to going to jail, Judge Jno. Higgins died at his home gie will buy it if you quite sufficient for all practical pur- asked to bo allowed to fulfill his promise here, Saturday night, of consumption. I want it and opportunity. Wm. MoreUmu, feeble health for home ne an poses. to the girl, which was granted, and they He has been in ,...;.,-- ..., u He was an intelligent man, and Stanford, Ky. The Mt. Sterling Gazette gives exam were married in the presence of 400 peo months. -- A new inatertal lor ira haB occupied several position of impor consists ot ples of like producing like. Two years nle. who had gathered at tho helm: tried in Australia. It substau- tance. Hi; family nave me V.. and other ago in Wolfe county two young men, to witness the ceremony. of our community. for wet married There is a scandal brewing at .n twins, and both visit- ces, and is considered a auccess Mrs. W. E. Perkins has been with red fair to bo an eye and it bids Of Kvery Description, two young ladies, also twins, husband's parents in Pulaski. weather racine. hair. Last week each of the ladies pre- opener when the facts come out. The ing her exhibit my iiorsw, ". at -l- will 'Hazelden brothers, of Lancaster, Sand.. Ige sented ber husband red headed twins. body of a white baby was found in the The Gorm-leDenmark and Charley a visited their aunt, Mrs. Margaret Saturday afternoon business keeps up the supply of town branch Wednesday, tied up in If this on this week and put a new tin roof on Preachersyille of breedersjo white horses in Wolfe will have to be grain sack. An investigation is now Their work next. I call the attention James' store. increased to give ono for each red- being made, and it is thought well known Mr. George Cook. them. Jesse F. has been much complimented. people know something of the case. head. The Florida orange crop un kno-- n. . pun Sni.m-1- . nf Aru . has ITEMS. p.omisee to be the largest ever FARM AND TRADE D. M. I'crry's Garden Scc.1 in bulk and package. All new seed. The Louisville Times is a great paper. made a record of killing five men in ten full ot ..loom mu 2.30 The trees are so ago it began war on the . A short time ,r- (V) There are 2,309 pacers in the days and all of them in only half of them mature u.e gambling houses, or rather on the city A band of Mexicans combined to kill without considerable not hold the fruit officers, who permitted them to run in Harve Helm sold to R Cobb a horBO propping and bracing. ho has kept on top, reBult was Spence, but bo far violation of the law, and the killing one every time he was molested. for 80.25. -- Canadian. saddle horhes are now in v.,. Ynrlc Citv. 6ome that every public house was closed Sat- Spence is an i wheat dropped to 7SJ in Chica-- May cow boy. KreaHlemann ui "-" urday. It is claimed that the gamblers s rl.OOO and of La Cordia go Saturday. Don Christobal Colon, of the finest bring as much paid the officers for protection, a charge ...i.n liaa ii, nm titlcH than we care to HUY THK CKLKHRATKD report not Thompson Bros, uougm in uii $5,000. A recent market which Bhould be sifted to the bottom head at an avernue offo04 and who is a lenial descendant of End 13 feeders at 2c. print, nale of 130 East Hud a the and the guilty ones severely punished. Christopher Columbus, is enjoying the -J- ohn Hill bought in tho -- The biggest hempcrop iiibuhw ura was grown of the city of New Yoik, which lot of butcher stuff" at 2 J. raised in Woodford in years The Junction City Times has made its freedom Ware bought in tbe Kist hud by Thomas H. J e -4- 7,800 pounds on O. G. folio is doing him proud. appearance. It is a 1,130 pounds to Awnnliiiu in Hrdntreet's review of a bum of fat heifers at 3c. !53 acres -- an average of K litor T. a vear. nnd will Ik. Hunt at 2:1 lj, is a marked improvement in Stem winder, dam of Directum, crop has been poM to J. trade there the acre. The H. For. of the late Danville Democrat, of merchandise at the is to be bred to Direct, 2:05. L.BohannonatSls0.-Woooford- Su and will make it a most the distribution is at the head no friend .to the Jones Bro-j- bought of Caldwell, of South and a distinct irain in the demand -C- harles Marvin is readable paper. May success attend his whirl, be a bunch of fat heifers at West. Boyle county, and in shipments at the layinmip heat practic... about cffortH linauc'ul'y as well. proprietor nf the Theodore Decker, say,: Flora lempie, -- ;iim, vonu.i.unHliaighth.Mte. and that ,,.... ...H i.ntl The friends of ex l'renident Gonzales, i,.,itn ....... nf. Oharlottcsvillo. has to do wife was hold for $13 and the next year for Ss Olive Point", three for Si. the clean, h'ra.ghtforwnrd way of Mexico, and their name is legion l.nd the misfortune to have his jour tlor being will be glad to know that leave him and elope with a blacksmith ' It, besides hereabouts, W. Runbo bought a house and nurse, iiiiuui i. ..,....,.... mito live where '" the report of his death was premature. of his town. for up with breadstuff's from lot in' Maywood of W. II. Ennis, The total exports of he.ts are laid up they me bud In other words, Gonzy is a very live The motive during March were 150. the corpse and has decided to put off dying the United States is reference to of winning On the Montana circuit $70,000 valued at 13.800.000, a decreaspiof is generally not w make aure till the very last moment. trotting and runtime betting, and offered this year in 200,000 for the same month last year. the race, but to inlluenco tended The business of fortune telling having Bly exploded in purses. thin very thing has . a measure The Bteamer Nellie t il i anil """ to disgust i.pople with trottint; was tsiruoK luy such remarkable pretensions, grown to A barn the Ohio river, near Winamac,Ind., and the legislature of I'linols has found it eight personB were badly injured, ttio destroyed and 25 tlno brood mares, all in to The best time to framu an answer necessary to protect its gullible citizens none of them fatally. foal, were killed at Fairview, Charles you clairvoyant and of a friend is the moment near breeding farm, the letters from the wiles of the Dr. Robert Vaughan, of Louisville, is Reed's ,oi other creatures of that class. Alas ! what said to stand tbe best chance for pension Tenu. The lobs is estimated at ?75- receive tlioni; then the war.ntu mortals be. and the intelligence leceived most fools these agent for Kentucky. Ii Kcccirinff His Shippee, the California breeder, has forcibly Friday was the 23th anniversiry of on president Beut word to tho Senate Tuk gelded every yearling aud by J. "I'a, what is an auctiouY" "An aucaud be Saturday that so far as ho is concerned it assasination of Prisident Lincoln : : his farm. Let others follow suit a place where a mau pajs tents, and steal away, and Wilkes Booth. could pack its the knife. A good tion, my son, is with for something he A baby was horn in Ohio recently lees sparing Ho hag no ttmn a second-rat- e nu exorbitant price it accordingly udjourued Goods Warrantcdjand a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; ""IGiVeme call. weighed 23 J pounds, tho largest ever gelding is by far better don't want and can't use." further appointments to make that he that stallion. known. cannot attend to during recess. ar Houso bo appointed to moot to uxaininr all acts pissed, note to and conflicts and report the simo session, together witn sug(he adjourned gestions as to general statutes needed hoped and still uupawud. It ia to be adopted. If a u- tbe resolution will be nal adjournment cannot be ellecteu, tue vrill thank God and take courage even for the half loaf of au adjournment with day. . r.. nr.tfi'ci.ANn ia iimkini: bo many ox captions to his rule not to appoint old to positions under his presadministration, that the boys are ent to think he didn't mean it anyof way. He has given Joh. S. Miller, place as comWest Virginia, bis former ngaln mission r of internal revenue and ckian is knocked out. This time a Kent :, vpn.ri.RBmau Willis, of Louis ville. Might years ago it was own Little Pull Thompson who got the black eye and who began at once to exterminate, in his mind, tbe man of destiny. re-ceer-ror- to SELLING OUT BUT WE ARE NOT GOING TO MOVE, : 'K s of fm Klnventh district, ia seriously ill with pneumonia. in WashiuKton Nashville banking circles nnv another disagreeable sensation. John Scbardt, cashier of tho Mechanics' Savings Bank and Trust Company, is Bhott $00,000. ai A dentist at St. Paul tried to have tho fnlso teeth of a patient levied on for tho bill ho owed for them, but tho judge decided that bo long as tho teeth are in tlm defendant' mouth they aro a part of his body and cannot be seize.1 as :MEAN "WHAT WE Quint to WE SAY! a change to sell the of business, we have concluded olllco-holder- s "chattels." A.-wind up the business, , offer a fine, well assorted stooh of Cost jq(Js (md -- Entire Stock of CLOTHING, SHOES AND DRY GOODS. need of - Mia-Bou- ri ooacoiminnow n rUnns of us j 'Best Dress Ginghams only -- d " s - to-da- y - runin Sale. gen-tlema- n rock-ribbe- d THE &orm. LOUISVILLE of;,. are not dom a cnango m mo uuuiu wM AW by' sM ijp,i STORE. Sen-ato- post-oi-Gc- e, long-pent-u- p ""u ornloreotool.Ijg ,.... Have Purchased of W. H. Higgins. n eur-prise- d e. &P"' - .,, GROCERY n t. - '""' MDWiRE -- bald-hea- goi-te- I MUM. MS, ....i.,..i.i.i SIM, rick.-Lexin- gton ...-ba- court-hous- e bj'H'; rk GARDEN TOOLS, ..,,.,, y, - New York Seed Potatoes, McKINNEY BROS. PhiL-nix- self-defens- e ex-Tex- as -- di seven-colum- n VULCAN Chilled Plow. 1 . 'If. .,, Asa-l-vear-ol- Inn.ilH '. p Every One Warranted. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. H.6.RUPLEYre ' ..... pool-bo- x. ... 'p,",, -- i ...., co-op- Ue.-Shen- stone. ISkHS :itttfk SPRING AND SUMMER :JGOODS. i i '.1 ffiWWHS5S t3fb MPCB2fi stts&B&A -- ,vi" 1 'VI rwi ' Am1 f' "-- jfTn?7v" V Hi - Semi-Week- r !' ,jf 7 V Comk and Hfu our new flpnng capes Fa ui, warmer Tuesday lo tho way the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. anil wraps. Iluclie.s Title. weather dispatch, received last afternoon, Clarence Varmrsdoll and Miss Nettie leads. Foil Hkkt. Two rooms over Sever- Koyaltj wero married at Ilarrodsbnrg. Stanford, Ky., . Armi, 18, 18y:J ance & Son'B store, cheap. Apply to W. Wantkd. A quick, bright youth to Miss Lida Payne, of Klizabethtown, J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. learn watchmaking. No cigarette-smokerX. Craig, or Dr. Steele Uailey. a sister of Mm. Joe S Grimes and Mrs. mm I want a boy or dudes need apply. Harry Sommers, eloped to Jellersonville Sprinjy 24U1. 2893. Mn. It. H. Danks has been in business who will work. B. H. Danks, tho Jew .O.WAfcTON.nua.ManaKer with Mr. Helm Marriott, where they here a year yesterday, and has been most eler. cour-c- s in Literature, Muilc ltd wcrs matried. They had been lovers Full corp of Con'onr.itnrjr an'l Norm.il School teachers. Superior successful. Spo his olfor for Friday next. An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnUhed on application. PERSONAL POINTS. Co.vpidkuaiii.k complaint is made about for n long time, but the elopement causHkmoval. Craig and WiiIIb havo hog pons in town. The city council ed great surprise. Nki.y Stonk is liolpIiiK in lliu Louis MEN'S AND BOY'S Although GO years old, the superinmoved their stock to tho Dr. Hockor should bco that they aro removed. We ville Store store-rooof tho Baptist Sunday-schooon Depot street o Mits. V. 0. HuTCiMNan went lo do not want to give a special invitation tendent thu husband of a wife and tho father of Saturday. Circuit Coubt, county court, horse to cholera to como hero. Ave grown children, John Weaver was of HiiBtonvillc, is Mihh Katk Bi.aik, hIiow, huge ball ami Al Field's Minstrels Mirwes Ellis. The young ladies have already began i.ot satistlcd. Ho longed to pries Mre. tlio Kuentof the combined to make yesterday a very big Mies Vkkiemnk Ballard Iiiih return day in the neighboring villago of Dan- the rehearsals of tho "Princess," which Means, of MayBvillc, also married, to his promises to be a notablo performance. bosom, and the poor fool consenting, ed from a few days' ntny at Dillinn. ville. The Stanford Gold Band has promised they eloped and so far their Getna Green Ciiahi.ky Fowlkii is Htill very low, bit has not been discovered. Thk meeting of the Stovensonian Lit to furnish the music for tho occasion. tliu phymclnnB have not loat hope. Emily Ai.kxandku linn returned erary Society at the Stanford Male AcMibh DEATH'S DOINGS. Givbn A wav. On Friday, April 21, ademy last night promised to be well from a viflt to friends in Lexington. J. A. McKoiikiits, of Corliin. enmo attended. Woman Suffrage was the a beautiful souvenir spoon will be given Hubert Young, brother of Editor to each cash purchaser, amount of pur- Bennett H. Young, died in Jessamine of question to be debated. down Saturday lo spend a few days. JUST IN chase no consideration. Spoons aro on cancer. Mjis. Dn. 0. II. McUoiiEitT8,of Liberty, G. itamsoy sold his house exhibition in my window. Bo sure you Salus. J. is tbn guest of thu Misses Vandoveer, Sam J. Forpc, who had hern in the Ftatloned in and lot in tlio Miller Extension to Jos. get one. Danks, the Jeweler. Lewis D.Sam ion, how tobacco business 41 years in Louisville, Perrin for $1,000 and John W. Watson Anderson county, wbb hero lout week. died Sunday. sold his in the tho same addition to J. Henry Thorn an, James Ik' kg la im. Gico. U. Weaiib.v, of Loxintton, ppent r Mrs. Atnmie Tuttle, the M. Sibold for $800 and bought of W. F. Mooro and Lucius Kobinson, all coons, Saturday and Sunday with hi? parent. of W. S. Bernard, at Junction City, Kanwiy his upper house and lot on the wero lodged in jail hero yesterday by Mits. Jo.sKi'ii Woi.KK.of Dtilutli, Minn., died at his residence. Tho Times s.ivs Hustonville pike forSfiOO. MaT'iBl Leo, of Crab Orchard, charged Is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. T. Tucker. she had been a mpinbtr of tho Baptist with breaking iuto and robbing tho Miss Bkllk Hi'Tiiiiaov was over from Wiikx the L.& X ran into the Q. & C. church for over 50 years. houso of a colored man. They waived LexinKton n few days visiting relatives. train nt Junction City some timongo and Our Crab Orchard letter tells of tho examination and wero held to tho cir Mus. Jksnik I)i;n.n went to Junction demolished a sleeper, tho latter road Cast your eye down this column. These will open the most obstideath of Judge John F. Higgins. He was City yesterday to boo her music pupils. sued the former for $10,000. As it is now cuit court. It brings buyers from Garrard, Rockcastle, Laua lawyer by profepsion and a man of fine nate pocket books. Mks. Mali.nda IIavden has returned n case of horse and horo we suppose, if won't do to fool with oleomargarine native mind. II. a friends wero num- rel and even from that little isolated town of Danville. It from Texas, w hero she spent the win- the Q. it C. has not already done so, it is unless you p.ty the U. S. tax of 2 cents a berless; he had do enemy eayo himself. One lot Wool Dress Goods in Serges, Henriettas, Frcncli Poplins, ter. willing to dismiss the case at its owu pound. A linn here, who didn't know Mis. Mary J. Innis, relict of Win. Ucngalincs, &c, at 35c, never offered before for less than 50 and 60c. Wallack WrriiKita left Saturday for n costs. it was loaded, camo near getting into Innis, died at Maywood Friday of pneu- One lot of Dress Patterns, 7 and 8 yd. lengths at $5.50 and $6; one few days' stay in Louisville and Cincin serious trouble over it. Tho gentlemen monia, aged 07. Thu remains were laid lot of Chevrons, former price 15c, now Satteens and Satin Thk V. A. M. Literary Society will nati. , claim that they Jw ere perfectlyr.iunoccnt to rest Saturday in the Pennington bury- Glorias at the most popular prices. Surah Silks, China Silks and BenV. A. Moiiiskly, of Cumberland Gap, again come before the public at Walton's of any wrong in tho matter, and while ing ground, near Crab Orchard, aftcrser-vice- s galees for trimmings, and Shirt Waists from 35c to $1.75. Our line Tcnn., spent a few days with friends Opent House, Thursday, April 127. They ignorance of the law does not oxcubo a at tho gravo by Klder J. G. Living- of Black Dress Goods is simply will appear in tho "Princess" a beautiful here. person, they wero let on" with a light ston. MimMamik Wim:, of Covington, O., little drama by Lord Tennyson. It would Hue. MrB. Ann Phillips, widow of Lewis well for the public to bring down their is the guest of l'cr uncle, Mr. U. G be V. Phillips, died at the house of herEOii- Tennysons ami fieshen their memories Thk injunction gotten out by W. O, Wine. John Simpson, in Garrard, on of the Gilbert's so as to ho belter able to appreciate the Goodloe to restrain 0. C. Fox from qual the 111. The immediate cause of her Miss Hattir IIousk, White Goods of every price and weave. Ilamburgs in white and ifying for tho oflice of city attorney of death was Creek vicinity, is the guest of MUs Ella eliorts of these youngnrtists pneumonia, but old ago bad colors for trimming all classes of Wash Goods. You should see our Danyille, was diesolved by Judga Park- a great deal to do with Wright. it, as she was in Zouave and Bolero Jackets in steel, jet and irridescent, and our Tailor A ci.EVEit bachelor countryman was in Miss Nan. Kenskiiy, of lliiHsellville, town last week and by some means bo er, of Lexington, before whom thu catu her 82d year. She leaves 7 children, aa Made Spring Wraps and Capes just received from New York. Genwas the guest of her mint, Mrs. Saunders, came slightly intoxicated. Ho had a lot was taken by consent of all parties. The follows: Me8dariK'H X. A. Thompson, tlemen can buy the best made, the best fitting and the nobbiest Tail. ground for the injunction was that un- John Simpson, Simeon It. Cook, C. T. a rouplfl of of groceries to purchase and remembered or Made Clothing ever offered in this city from us. Our footwear for Washington dispatches say that that the total amounted to S'JT.&O. His der thu new constitution Mr. Fox could Grimes, and Messrs. J. M., L. T. and J. Tint ladies and gentlemen, misses and children is the flower of all the manMr. A. K. Denny's papurs for collector eyes were- partially in eclipse, but he not hold twoollicrs at the same time, he T. Philips. Mrs. Philips was 82 years of ufacturers and we start them at 25c and run them up to $3.50 and $4 being already master commissioner. in this district havo been tiled. age and was next to tho oldest member for ladies and gents. could see collee on the memorandum, so Don't buy till you come to see us and with evMayoh J. L. Colvkii, of Somerset, was he invested the entire amount in that ardogwood winter, in the Christian church at Lancaster. ery $10 cash purchase we will give a nice Calico Dress. A i run a spell of here yesterday arranging to ball W. It. ticle, and wended his way homeward, W. T. Richards, aged about 35 died spriug weuther prevailed again yesterday on n chnrgo of embezxlo-men- t. feeling tiiat he had done his duty well. Smith, held Thursday night of consumption, after an when a lovely day was given us. Tiiere illness of 1G mouths. He was tho eldest was quite a heavy frost Saturday night, Mrs. W. K. Dai.iosapd fsmiiy will A mono the New York Stars to givt a son of the latu Matt L. Richards and his but so far little damage from it is noticv remain's were laid remove to Dilllon to day and their house concert at Walton's Opera Houso May to rest by hi side in ble, Tho grape leaves aud tender vegehere will be occupied by Kev. Hon Helm are the following artists: Scott Hey- Friday. He the family buryint-grountables show signs of it, hut tho fruit is GO TO- and family. wood, Gllmoro's famous cornutist, Dewy leaves a wife, but no children. The writCozatt, who bus frequently Hey wow I, the wonderful flutist, Mb apparently not hurt much. A consid- er saw him a couple of weeks ago, nnd Mil. J. J. yesterday mornled tho position of depot agent here, Flora Dresclier, a violinist of the moM erable frost also showed although he wa hard'y able to lift his ing. The cold may, it is feared, havo the has been appointed yard runnier nt Leb superb type, Gharlea (I. Mills, tho achead, "ho was hopeful and' spoko of effect of makiug the buds drop. anon Junction. complished pianist, and S, Homer Katon, things he intended doing as &oon as he . . For goods at low prices. Our stock of Mn. John Kihuy, of Lancaster, was one of tho tinest impersonators before got out of bed. Comk and examine our tailor made Sunday. A pretty blonde is ths public. over again The entertainment will wraps and capes, our tiave and Bolero A dispatch from Lexington says that eclipse anything of thekindeverin Stan- jackets, our tan shoes for gents in Bluchthe magnet what draws the big, thero is great dissatibfactiou over the fellow hero so often. ford. Admission SI. ers and Oxfords, our Bluchers and Ox decision awarding J. II. Swango, of Mn. Gko. C, Kkli.kii, Jit, was up to Goim. to Bt'il.n. Mr. J. W. Adams fords for ladies in tan and French kid, Centre College, thu medal in the intersec Gov. McCreary ns to a position in Millinery, Notions and Shoes is complete. Wc have just received Robert Chapped, our comprehensive stock of carpets in collegiate contest, as his speech is said the public printing ollico at Washington and his son of Rowland, have contracted with moquettes. Wilton velvets, body Brus- to have abounded on tho raukest kind an elegant line of Ladies' and Misses' both and was very favorably received. in of plagarism. sels, tapestry, ingrains, .1. L. Tottcn for a couple of Miss Maruakkt Walkkk, of Garrard, Mr. cottages an Last Mam street, on all wool, wool mixed, cotton chains an J who has been visiting Mrs. II. J. Below aro tho nine longest words in all cotton, representing a $100,000 stock, returned homo Snnduy with tho property they bought from Mr. J. M. aud we have them cut without waste to the Knglihh language at thu present Which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. Country produce taken Hail last year. The lot lies just this side Mr. Luther (tlbbs of that county. the buyer. Kxaminu ours before buy- writing: in exchange for goods. Son, Lueien D, of the Baptist parsonage and the two 11. T. Norn. Mn. Stiticonstitutionalist. . new buildings will viry materially help ing. Hughes A Tate. in the law formed a havo Incomprehensibility. Bkn M.utkiiAM is the latest blooming practice and will open an otlice over tho that portion of town. Building will comPhiloprogenitivencsa. Mr Adams' other jay from tho rural districts to get takm Post OHlce building. MiddldsboroNows. mence at once, Honorificibilitudiuity. Mr. Butcher, will also build in in Louiaville. llu is from Wayne Mk. It - Martin, of tha tobacco firm Authropophagenarian. these houses shortly. county and whilo perambulating Grayof Martin rt Peikins, Drodhead, was on adjoining Disproportiouablenesi. Sunday's train going to Junction City. Tiik (im:k Ci.iii. Tho young ladies, son street he met a young woman, who Velocipecestrianistical. Ho says his business at the latter place who had sent out Invitations which sim- kindly accepted his invitation to accomProantitionsubstationist. Dealer In will soou bo in operation. ply read "Guess where and como there," pany him on a walk. She walked pretTransubtautiatiouableuess. Prop. J. M. Hi'iiiiaiio represented kept the secret of their whereabouts bet- ty close to him and when finally she exHope Lodge last week in the Grand ter than any of their sex whs ever known cused herself on the grounds of a pre "They say ho ia a man of great courage, Lodge meeting of tho Kuiglits of Honor to do, but tho bovs tinally caught on and vious engagement, she took Markham's patieuce and persevereuce." "Ho is. I at Ix)uisville. Mies Laura McAnally when they appeared at Mr. and Mra. H. watch along with her. He did not miss have knonn him to accompany his wifo And him to the city. J. McBoherts' handsome new residence it for some time, but he is still missing shopping on a bargain day." X, Y. Haimiouhvillb is a great city. It takrs they found some 12 or 15 young ladies it and liable to continue to do so. Prets. Mr. J. II. Haughman a week as a general arrayed in all their loveliness. Kach Thk Faik. The much talked of Fair thing to work it in the inteiest of tl e young lady had brought a lunch for two .NKW ADVKRTISEMENTH. Mills fl. IIo got hark yesterdry and their boxes were numbered. The was finally settled Saturday afternoon, Holler representative and enthu from a very profitable visit there. numbers were written on slips of paper when a large, and Mrs. Mary Ui'iuile, Misses Allie and and being drawn by thy gentlemen each siastic crowd met at the decided to havo one. The date is Tues L. F. Hubble Ijtura Hubble and lawyer THE P. 0. MILLINERY. lunched with thu girl whose number he were hero several days last week settling held. The evening, though exceedingly day and Wednesday, July 11th and 12th, up the estates of tho late Levi Hubble disagreeable outside, proved unusually amino sione will bo left unturned to room and ice the Call the menioiablu to the A. C. SINE J. N. MENEKEE and W. G. Hubble, before Judge pleasant to the Uluh, and when the hap- nukti ithose days will attend. NotwithSolocted and py party left at midnight it was with large crowds that Stock Mips Gkhtiii'iii: Howard started Sun- many thanks to Mr. and Mrs. McKob-t-r- ts standing thu stockholders lost souio they took hold very Of Milllnrrv in town l'he K00.U ami friiciaie day moruiim to pay a short visit to her for their hospitality so unostenta- money last year, but; tho wreck st tiously extended. In addition to tho readily again Hiid little or no exertion bound to ploaic you. homcfolks at Ghent, MRS V T COl'RTS. 10 Junction City caused her to return to members of tlio Club, Miss Margaret was necessary to securo So shareholders Stanford, as the delay would havo made Walker, of Garrard, who is visiting Mrs. at ?10 oich. The remaining lo shares only wants to let out her miss tho LouiBvillo connection. McKoberts, .nd Dr. J. II. Van Deven, of the Association 100 will be placed this week and with a to run Cynthiaua, were present. Cut. 1L M. Hock nit, who used view to getting it into tho bauds of peoon this division, but had to retire on acDiSASThous Wiikck. Another attempt ple from every portion ol tho county. accident, which has perma(com the ritit-- with a nice linn count of an oi Mrimrry i.uh will eiifor a .mail piont. nently disabled him. is now keeping tho has been made to do that which bus In thu meeting J. S. Owsley, Jr., wu. .I'tociU leftover, ,.. thu ft- asnn' K0oli 11.' v. IV.,I.., -t ..r... Lebanon Junction Hotel and seems to never been successfully accomplished, UltUlt! UIIH1I 111. Ill null 1.. f fi nuuu of'" (torn l.iu teuton, 1 u ill tell at electing bo coining money. He deserves to, at i. e., make two trains cross tracks at right tary.Jand then the woikof CASH ONL.Y. Our facilities for giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, are was begun. Hon. I. S. COST giving tho public good angltH at thu came time. Tho last failnny rate, for ho is of unsurpassed. I ure occurred at Junction City at l a. m. Owslev. Sr.. was made president; P. W. Thr reaton willdo Out Itto to reduce mv tloct al accommodations at reasonable rates. sell out my butioctt be able good to ,, firU opportunity. 1k they successfully p.tt-- examination, btindny morning, when thu delayed Q. Greeu and A . M. Pence, call and exam ne I u.r.iuliy 12. C. Walton , c..... .j, J. T. Einbry'Imycuodi I inwifiheUdietto ol M patrnn- thoy have never yet known Mich a & 0. special ran into tho L. A X. expret-stheir also solicit a th.ire and , r. 11HUCK. MKS. I was thet tho engine of thu aud;Willl Shanks, lUMttllUHS; Uliu OUH. age. word as fail, three lyoung ladies at the Thu Muuford, Ky. at tho hitter was turned completely over, while W. F. McClary, treasurer. Tlio follow - 9 College will be awarded diplomas coming commencement, which occurs the (2 A C. engine went on pell mell in ing.isa list of directors and a ulnnco al to tho station lioii'-e-, tearing a portion of tln.ir names will eliow tliut tliey aro the June Uth. They nro Misses Laura Tennessee, Jennie Summers, it down and dismantling itself. The L. rigiitinien for the busineet: F. F. San I!. Lynn, B. li. Kinj,', William My mother, Mm. K.ite Uuddervir, has jntt reof Virginia, and Sun Baughman, of Ken- A X. loses most, as when we passed didgo, J. turned Iron, the citift with an elegant tine of as they are there several hours after tho wreck, its Morelaud, J. E. Fame, A. E. Iluudloy, embracing tucky, all as bright of mind engine looked like an old boiler lying in K. H. BronaiiHh, It. L. Hubble, T. comely of person. a scrap heap. Strange to say, no one li. Slielton, I. M. Bruce, Samuel M. ALL was hurt, but the passengers of both Owcna, E. P. Woods, B. W. Gaines, J. Or (he tcatii, of which the will have lull control. CITY AND VICINITY. ANDShe lto engaged a trains got pretty well shaken up. The y. Givens, J. K. BauRhnian, W. S. seeds at A. A. accident seems to havo been tho result Onion sets and garden Thomas Yeager and J. II. Baujjh-ma- FIRST-CLAS- S Warren's. Tho same grounds w'" ue U8ei1 . of a mistake. The flagman of thu L. A DUESS MAKER. work will due Plants korSalk. Tomatoes ami cab X. waived his lantern to show his train aailaHt year and inthem timoorder. The Mrv W. T Heard, who cuts by the only Paritian in that all was right and thu . A C. engin- be beguu to get Scientific Tailor Srttotn in the United States, inbage.5 O. J. Nowland s at cluding the Seamiest (Jarmeiitt in Hatque. eer mistook it as tho signal for him to directorH will meet at thu Fads screen windows and cross. Tho trains aro not scheduled to 3 o'clock next Saturday afternoon to Skirtsllretsrs and Waittt, alto Latest stock in my of and Wraps. Call and examine your order doom at Wearen A Co.'h meet at thu Junction, so it seems that make further arrangements and prepi-ratio- n Millinery before buying ami leavepast favors for we yourdreties. Thaukiusyou Tor ever llel(l ia solicit tamo. for the bips1 promptly fatu had something to do with thu acciOi:imi3 by mail or telegraph MAHV DAVIS DUDDERAR. Lincoln county. dent. attended to. R. Zluimer, tho baker. ly Interior Journal Stanford Female College. Session Tuesday, s January Dim-vlll- l, CLOTHING! New Stock H. IMew Styles, J. IVlcROBERTS. grand-mothe- FIGURES WILL TALK Sc. in-la- 1 daj-M- - m I. m HUGHES & TATE. -- 1 d, 111 The Cash Bargain Store and Gents' Furnishings, bond-Nom- o Clothing1, Dry Goods, Ladies' in-la- live-roo- m extra-super- s SLIPPERS, B. F. JONES & SON. son-iii'la- I- IE?- - ZIIMIIIVIIIEI -- Faney Groceries, Fruits Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand court-hous- e c Vht-uo- Largest Best MILLINERY. l 1 & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. I ,.- - FOR 1 a , ... I We Carry a Full Iino of Builders Supplies. . I STew Millinery. WHITELEY -- ), THE NOVELTIES BINDERS & MOWERS TBS BEST HABX. FARRIS & HARDIN. Mc-Car- ty, n. THE O'BRIEN WAGONS. conrt-hous- o Prin-cet- Sklk-ai)JUstin- (i f'r .?' utitkmm!tete-&&- ' flUWWWffg i'fli'c rw" sWtvTPV I rSzz JrV?SJTr-- r "H T Semi-Week- ly Tbe winds of March at last are blown, And winter's rule 18 overthrown. Publlshod Evory Tuoaday vnd Friday Tho birds are ringing in tho trees AT As softly cronna the April breczu. Tho buds burst forth in loveliness, AdrWhen nol so paid $U.50 will be charged.-WAnd maids como forth In newest dreBS. U Interior Journal SPRING IS HERE. Persons who are subject to attack's of billions Colic can almost invariably tell, by their feellncs, when to ci peel an attack. II Chamberlain's lolic, as these symptom appear, they can ward otf the disease. Such persons should always keep the Remedy at hand, ready lor Immediate ute when needed. Two or three doses ol it at the right time Kor sale b? V, 11 will use them much suffering McKoberts Druggist, huulord. r. STKAUP.JH. T. r. CLAKKI. THE HEST PLACE TO BUY STR&XTB& CO., ..PRACTICAL ... Plumbers andSteam Fitters. K. u. LOCAlTIME CARD. Train itaves Rowland at j!io p. m. 7:00 a. m., While all tbe poets, small and big, Write verses on the "Gontie Sprig." Tlina alintrinf. in thplr tirflttv llVIIins returning That spring aud colds are synonyms. L. HiitiiKti .im ninuiiug. vna im lounu ai ifaugn Love's Biire to ilnd welcome from me. erty's shop, ready to servo the public promptly ll train going North I' .17 Pm Hut when love brings heartache and pangi and well. .......... 113pm Qucklln'H Arnica Salve. ' South 4 JOHN 11. DeNARDI, Stanford. .. 11 ji pm Tears and such thiDgs,Lovo may go hang! xpress train " South The best salve In tbe world lor cuts, bruises " North sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap33 ' ocal Freight North .71010 "If lore can sigh for one alone, ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup .....53cpQ ' South. tlons and positively cures piles, or no pay requirWell pleased am I to be that one: passengers. The latter traini also carry ed. It is guaranteed to givv perfect satislactioa But if I see love's given to rovo Price 25 cents per bos The above ! calculated on standard time. Solar or money refunded. Love!" To two or three then good-bKor sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. tine it about so rainutei fatter. McKINNKV, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. "When lova is kind, cheerful nnd free, If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try IT!., finnne hi ltrttln ltitfir. Ulectrlc Bitters lflt vuu weak Tins remedy and weary, ue nets directly on the Liter, Stomach and Kidneys, aiding those ordain to perform their gently If you are aflllctod with Sick Headache you will find speedy and permanent relief by taking Electric Hitters. Ono trial will convince you that this is the remedy you ne.il. Largs bottles only 50c at A. 11. I'cnny's drug store. tunc-nou- Strength nnd Health. Dealers in all kinds of Iron and llrass Goodsjfoi .team and water. Sanitary Goods of all kinds. All work guaranteed against defective material and wisrkmansuip. 5; Wall A. Paper NEW STOCK OF f ! s. Carriago Painting I & Trimming All new stock and latest designs. am again ready to do all kinds or Carriage R PENNY. : Commercial I Hotel, Hotel at y QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. . lv. I;. No. 1, Limited, 12:25 p. m.; No. Special, arrives 8 .40 p. m. No. 5, 3, Q. &IC. Special, u: 27 a.m.; No. 7,. Fast Mail, arrives 12:43 !' m- - leaves 12:43 p. m. North-bounNo. a, Q & C. Special, 3:20 p. m.; No. 4 leaves at 6 a. m ; No. 6, Limited, 3:15 am No. 8, Express, arrives t:3 p. m., leaves 1:3a p. South bound Blue-Grass d Traini piss J unction City as follows: "Tnv must in nhnrt. kopn fnnil nnd trim The more Chamterlaln's Cough Remedy ts used Through good report and evil, too, the better it is liked. We know of no other remedy that always give satisfaction. It is good when Else here I swear young Love may go, you first catch cold. It is good when your cough For aught I care, to Jericho!" is seated and your lungs are sore. It is good in m m KY hae bought above mentioned and have attached a Ginghams, Sateens, Irish Linens, WHITE GOODS AND LACES. First-Cla- ss I love The reason is, because it is A portion of her Pa's estate. mt m the ground beneath her feet, And here, perhaps, I ought to state, The Gentler Sex. any kind of a cough. doen of it and every Stedman A Minn, jo cent bottles Druggist, btantord. t Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and bottle has given satisfaction. druggists, Minnesota Lake, am belter than ever for sale by V. B.Mcltotarts, twcntt-flV- We have sold Bar and Fool Boom. Prepared to Accommodate Public. the Custom Made -- o- : Shoes, m. Earth's noblest thing a woman fected. per- MsoaieFy Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Higest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., 100 Wall St., New York. Hub Owsley Building. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Drue Store in; the c Office over McRoberts Stanford. "ZDElsTTO." For tho painless extraction"of teeth and otl er I have tested its virtue sufficlei t- minor surgery K. C. MUiUiAfl, U. u. a. ly to know. HORSE STOLEN. - $40 J Reward for Return of Horse On the night 01 March 23d a HAY HORSK . years old, heavy mane and tail, knot 011 left hlml leg. alight collar mark an left shoulder; in ordinary condition; shows harness marks. A literal reward will be given for said horse or for information concerning him. 8 A. I! FISH, Crab Orchard. And Conviction of Thief. When Bnby was sick, we gave her CastorK Lowell. CXiOTBXXTG Women always find their bitterest foes When ho was a Child, aha cried for CastorU. DR. JOS. HAAS' When she became MUs, alio duns to Castor!.. among their own sex. For Men, Youths nnd Children. Call nnd examine our stock. It When she had Children, she gpvothem CastorU. A coquette is one who draws a cheque Hog will cost you nothing to look. upon the bank of affection and then dis . ... .i. .i,m INC. honors it Used Successfully Fifteen Years. A coquette is a rose from which every Crab Orchard, Ky. My wife was confined to her bed for cer two Will arrest disease, prevents I disease, expels lover plucks a leaf; tho thorns are reworms, stop cough, Increase the llesh and hasten months with a very severe attack of rheumatism served for the husband. We could not get nothing that would afford he' maturity. . . St Prices.- Jr.so, Si 15 and 50 cents per package, is not on earth a more merci- any relief, and as a last rroort gave Chamberlain There can Ju 50 The largest packages arc Pain Halm a trial, 'lo our great surpriso she beless exactor of love from others than a gan to improve after the first application, and by the cheapest. For sale by was to get A. R. I'KNNY, thoroughly selfish woman. Mrs. Stowe. using it regularly shework. soon ableJohnson,upofand C. K. II 97- Stanlord, Ky. attend to here house 50 cent Women have more strength in their K. Knutson ft Co., Kensington, Minn. Druggist, 11. Castleman. for sale by W. 11. McRoberts, A. G. Lanham John bottles Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in looks than we have in our laws, And Stanford. more power by their tears than ire have La Grippe. by our argument. Savllle. Daring the prevalencs of the Grippe Die past dethat those She knows her man, and when you rant seasons it was a noticeable fact Discovery whoonly not pended upon Dr. Kind's New and swear, recovery, but escaped all the troubnad a speedy This remeJy Can draw you to her with a single lesome after effects ot the malady. effecting rapid seems to have a peculiar power in Dryden. hair. In cases ot La Grippe but in all cures, not only Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles nnd grades, Old Hickory Wagons, diseases of the Throat, Chest and Lungs and has Women govern us; let ns render them cured cases ol Asthma and Hay Fever of long Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows disperfect: the more they are enlightened, standing. Try it and be convinced. It xont appoint. Free trial bottles at A. R. Penny's drug and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat so much more shall we be. It is by store. s s Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Huggy and Wagon women that nature writes on tbe hearts Harness, Saddles, Fields, Baled Hay, &c. of men. Sheridan. VntuM There is in every true woman's heart a JnismtAfouj A MANAGERS, spark of heavenly fire which lies dormant Lincoln County is the best County in thcJState; Hustonvillc, Ky., is Commerce Building, Louisville in the broad daylight of proeperty, bat the best town; which kindles up and beams and blazes Agents throughout the South. A k3nvur Kxm in the dark hour of adversity. Irving. Men who cherish for women the higN 4Vw,ttW,A W. A. TRX2SLZ, LocaI Affiat, est respect are seldom popular with the STANFORD, KY. sex. A due respect, for women leads to The best and cheapest man in the county. a respectful action toward them, nnd re awrm fwuiwosrunon utaASWi spect ia mistaken by them for neglect or I have come to this town (Hustonvillc) and opened this day with a KkVTntruiUTriunORUoeTSiri ihumtm of love. Addison. want full line of Affection is woman's only element; to love, to look up, is her only destiny, and if unfulfilled, nothing can supply its place. Love has no real business for her beyond the tho sweet beating of her own Articles to Suit the Most Fastidiheartdwelling in the shadow of another's. Special attention to Commercial Men. 1 W GREEN. Proprietor. J OK CARSON, Manager. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. & Poultry Remedy n . -- E. PERKINS, - M lo WEAKEN. ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Insurance Company, Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, BARBEE&CASTLEMAfl hpAp USA LINE VhX""1 sSrh. 23g. BANKS THE JEWELER, ous. Clothing. Bents' Furnishing Hoods, Also a Full Line of Tinware. The new liquor law of tho Palmetto Miner inil shippers of the GENUINE into effect July I. After that State lad;::, date there will not be a licensed baIoou I havo just returned IruJi trie cities with a large in tho whole State of South Carolina. Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford Jand ana comprehensive Rowland. Othce corner ot Depot street and rail , The wines, whiskiefi, beer, anil, in fact, road crossing 6 HIGGINS . WATTS all beverages containing alcohol, will be STOCK OF MILLINERY, Bold in State dispensaries by salaried and which was selected with t'.c greatest care, and to which I invite the inspection of the ladies. Miss bonded ollicials. Kvery ouuco of alcoNora Welch, who gave much satisfaction, is again with me, and I am in better condition than ever holic liquors sold within tho State will to sell the best goods at the lowest prii.es. Call be purchvBed by tbe State commissioner, n I have for wle a limited numlwr of I'.lack and see the new styles. Kgss Ligrt MISS LICCIE HEAZLF.Y. aud no liquor of any kind can be shipped sery and pensofllrahma Orders for slo from fowN. fine promptly attended into the State by any common carrier, to. llrahma Jt so per etnng; I.ancau $1. Send GEO. C KELLER. JR.. inyourorder. except tbe package bears a certificate Stanford, Ky These "C. signed by the State commiesioner. packages will be distributed to local dispensaries, one or more of which may be LOGAN AVKN'UE, located in any town where a petition for House and lot containing one acre on Danville ita establishment ia signed by a majority : : also a piano for sale. Turnpike near of the freehold voters. Drug stores are II. C ENGLEMAN, JR.. Always sells goods lower than any one else in prohibited from selling any spirits exStanford, Ky town. New stock of Fruits every Friday. cept alcohol, which must be purchased from the State. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., A complete line of me mmi mm Roots, SIiocn, lints, Arc. Original Jellico Coal. Watches, Clocks Eggs Tor Hatcliing. Lang-sha- to And SILVERWARE. All goods sold engraved free of charge. X. FOWEX.X., GSITEIIAL STORE, Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. 0Your patronage respectfully solicited. COME ONE Jewelry COME TO THE 3 (ONE I 3 A 8 1 j I i PJRUJ)!i: I 3TOBE. have some Bargains to show you. am running FOR SALE OR RENT. toll-Rat- Three : Big : Stores Stanford, Kentucky, JAMES YEAGER. THOMAS VEAGER. In Kentucky and one WHOLESALE STORE in Cincinnati, Ohio. Now, asjljbuy in quantities I am nble to sell you goods YEAGER & YEAGER, 1 I I) IS II bed Garrard county has a sensation in a Else in the country. GIVE ME A TRIAL. I enn Save you Money. in high life. F. T. Fox, I will open on January 16th, 1893. a STANFOKD, KY. We will pay cash for country produce ol every Dairy, from which can supply any quantity ol Jr., was arrested on a warrant sworn out kind on Depot Avenue. We at our Jersey milk to the people of .Stanford and IT. 2TOX.32, We Miss Alice Rout, also will run our wagon regular every week to Block are in our new stable in the Opera HbUtt by his at the following prices, delivered : and are well supplied with ao cents charging him with breach of tho peace. collect same in the country. 'Fresh Milk, per gallon CRAIG & WALLS. to cents Tite sensation grows out of the fact that NEWRIGSjAND HORSES Skimmed Milk, per gallon 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon NATIONAL BANK Fox married Miss Lottie Hout several Co Have been purchased and nothing but Iwill make two trips daily. The patronage of the years ago. but after a short time they turnouts will leave the stable. G. A. PUV TON, public is solicited. OK STANFORD, KY. Stanford, Ky failed to dwell together in seemly peace 91.1 yr. OF STANFORD.'KY., Give ROWLAND, KY., and harmony. Mrs Fox brought her 11 Is now fully orgsniied and ready for business wilb Capital Stock husband considerable property which he the Traveling Public. was anxious to manage, but she had a OEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Notice.to Paid up Capital of $200,000 Surplus .1 have had., -head for financiering herself and was Surplus. . 000. ' and Tobacco. Ohl. Attention of the public is invited lo the fac the barrel. Will take coun HOUSE in ado n fetnme sole by the court on the tryHoots and inShoes,by Cigars goods at market price TTHE ItlverSalt for sale that this Is the only Natioual Hank in Stanford exchange for produce ' ynder the provisions of the National Hank Act am also agent (or the old reliable llrodhead Torepainted and nicely furnished and strength of a petition that was far from SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL At Rwland depositors are secured not only by tht capital 'have in connection with Hotel one of the best sa- complimentary to her spouse. The de- baccos and will keep a full line of these goods in IJANK OK STANFORD, stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor ao stocr.and all I ask of the merchants of M.mford loons in the State, open day and night; anight motint equal to the stock, so that depositors of connection with Housr cision didn't pleaso Fox and he mani- and Rowland is lo give me their orders and I wilt Now closing up) with the same assets arid undsi man meets all trains. In iltution are secured by a fund of $400,000. put the goods In their houses at Factory prices. 'Ji'1 have also one of the best Mineral welts in the btaU the same management. a switch Thanking the public for liberal patronage, I ask a Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors are as and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs. fested his displeasure by cutting """ "aiemcois oiineconuition of the bank Inudeeach yesrto the United States govsrn- same, and remain your obedient fully protected as ate depositors in National ' G. V. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd chasing herall the way to her maiden coutlnuonce of r uicui auu ii kiicis are ciammru at stated times gram, Erin, Tenn . A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. and servant. J. H. HILTON, Hanks, its shareholders being held individual), liable to the extent of the amount of their stock by government agents, thus securing addititooa D. E. Proctor, C. It. Braum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. home. and perfect safety to depositors. mm Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Johnson, therein at the par value thereof, in addition to tb .TO., This amount invested In such shares. It may act as Deposit institution, originally established .s the New Haven, Jim Cox. Greensburg. Rates $1 pet Are You Goinq? If so get posted Hank of Stanford in 1858, then day. J. M. Petrey, clerk. Give me a call. executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully si iscd as the National Hank of Slanfoid in iS6t and an individual. l.W. CARRIER. Prop. ahead and go the best way. The World's 98oiy again r organised as the Hirst National Hank ol To those who entrusted their bulsiness to ut Fair opens May 1, and from tbe South while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank 01 Stanlord in iS8j, has had practically an uninterrupted existenceof is years. It is better supplied Stanford, we wc here tender our many thanks and now with and Southern Ohio, the route via 0. H. AND LINCOLN COUNTY. facilities for transacting business prompt trust tbey will continue to transact their business ty and liberally than ever before in its long and & D. offers the most advantages both In with us, offering a, a guarantee for prompt attenyou tor your liberal patronage for Ice 1 hanking tion to same, our twenty years' experience it honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduATcomfort and points of interest. The 0. last seaon, I respectfully request its continuance ciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully banking andas liberal accommodations as arc con F. B. RILEY,' Proprietor, Indeed I expect all to during 11. & D. in connection with tho Monon use the the coming seasoti. The Directory of this Bank is composed ol Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, intent with sound banking. Kentucky. is the only line running Pullman voiti London, T. J. Foster, of Stanford; There are three of the best Barbers in tbe State DiniCTOKs: KorestMs,'Rcid, Lincoln county ; I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettst buled trains with dining-carbetween MANUFACTURED There are also excellent liath Rcoms run in conprepared than ever to accommodate the public. J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; nection. Agent for I ezingtnn Steam Laundry. attached and every convenience de- Cincinnati and Chicago. The unequallGood Livery J. M.Hall, Stanlord; S.Il. Baughman,LincoIn; sired. Give me a call. ed service of this route has earned for it For these reasons: First, It Is male by a home J. S. Owsley, Stanford; fRANK RILF.V. M . J. Miller, Ml. Vernon; n Second, the Ice is absolutely aud S.J. Embry, Stanford; S. T. Harris, Linroln; the tftle of the "World's Fair Itouto." institution. pure, being made from spring water, chemically J. K. Lynn, Stanford; filtered J. S. Hocker. SUnford; Purchase tickets via the C. II. & D. For which Is first distilled and then carefully will last A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgsvills; being fruzeti. 1 hird, Artificial Ice G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; rates, and full information call on or before longer than pond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic K. Cash, Stanford ; much J. T. P. Hill, Stanford. of cholera is looked for during the year and nothWilliam Cooch,' Stanlord, Ky. address any 0. II. & D. agent or K. 0. ing is so apt to produce or spread this disease as STANFORD, KY., FHOrKtlTOK W. O. Welch, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, President. McCormick, G. P. & T. Agt., "World's impure water or Ice. Fifth, it will be Stanlord. J.B.Owsley, Cashier. OFFICERS: Fair Route," 200 W. 1th, Street, CincinW.IM. Bright, Teller. S. Hocker, President;! J. nati, 0., Send 20 cents in stamps to tbe Regularly and PunctuSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. JohoJJ. McRoberts, Cashier; latter address and receive a panoramic Delivered your Doors This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now al! A. A. McKinney, AsstsUnt Cashier. view, fire feet long, of Chicago and the in my charge and I intend to conduct it ao as to Having purchased of A. T, Nunnellfy his liv. World's Fair, showing relative heights only maintain its high reputation, but to add ready ot ry businesa I cau be found at hisold stand to its long list ol friends. Special accommodaEvery morning at the following Prices: to watt on the public at any time day or night of buildings, Ac. wife-beaiing Country Produce. store-roo- uvm m m msu Cheaper Than Anybody EEustoavillo, Ky. first-class First-Cla- ss 1 How-lan- d BiBter-in-la- j". HC.HCiXjTonsr Farmers fiank&Trnst FIRST tlicm a Call. ' 8200,000 . SIIELTON 'i 20,600 1 v vmM -- . I "" S7-y- The People ot Stanford THE RILEY HOUSE solic-te- d. ; s ICE, V7. C. BT7TCBX2TGS, THE GOFFEY HOUSE Livery and Fccd;;stable, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. t Nothing but FIRST-CLAS- S ' : TURNOUTS gi-6- shall leave my slab's and my prices will be as tow as the lowest. Don't forget my Stanford and Rowland 'bus line. Whites and blacks united in Quitman county, Ga., in burning at the stake a negro, who had murdered a white man. tions for commercial trave'ers and fine rooms for 40c per hundred. th dlsploy of samples. For 100 pounds or over There came to my place about 3 months ago 45c per hundred. For jo pounds to 100 a Red Heifer Calf. Owner can get same by A.First-Clas- s 50c per hundred. For 10 to ;o pounds.. payingSafor"thisnotice andjthe Icedbill. ' No less than 10 pDunds delivered. Aad BILLIARD and FOOL ROOMS attached JOHN M. HALK. tI E. nil EM EH. JOSEPH COFFEY. 6 Stanford, Ky, I0 ESTRAV. Saloon DR. W. B. PENNY llenUflt. OfBce South side Main street, in office sects tacated by Dr. L. F, Huffman, Stanford, Ky. J