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Winfield Scott Messrs. Joel J. Walker, J. A. anil It. Hancock died in New York Thursday next Sunday at 11 a. m. A. Hurnsido left Saturday for a 10 days' among friends when in Danvillo, was hero Frhhiynnd .S.iturdny. Tho Sunday Objervers aro called to night, after a lingering illness. ushlng trip to Cumberland river. --- It Mrs. Mack McKenzie, who was n liro. have is thought tho frost Sundav night meet in convention at Louisvillo May 2d Ilaselden Ilayinonii daughter of Mr. L. G.Gooch, of Waynes-burnwarded tho contract for putting killed nearly everything capable of be- ami ltd. been died Saturday afternoon, after un Rev. Thomas E. Gailor, of Sowance, tho tin work on botb tho now buildings ing killed In that way. James Whitcomb Hiley, tho truest was unanimously elected assistant Bish- illness of two weeks with pneumonia. n tbu public square. If Garrard Is going to hnvn a fair pout of modern times, will giro a read- op of the Episcopal church in Tennessee Sho leaves, besides a husband, two small children, who will severely feel a mothby tho Diocesan Convention. this season, It is about lime Ibis stock ing here Tuesday, L'otii Inst. ' Kev. I. S. McEtroy's meeting at Par- er's loss. Her remains wero laid to rest The capital removal committee, working it up. Wo bud one men were which was hero nil day Friday, made no is has closed. The local papers Bpeak in yesterday nt Double Springs cemetery, of tbe best fairs in tbo State Inst year. Tbo local band hna been engaged to rush promise?, hutuxpressed itself as de- hi uli praino of his otrorta, which wero re- near Waynesburg. After an ilines3 of ten long weeks, play for tbo bicycle meet nt HanodHbnrg lighted with Danville and its surround- warded with 15 accessions to tho fold. 23. All tbo promUev. Krhauiiih Meek, editor of during which his parents and friends Tho ings nnd with the hospitnblo reception two days, June '11 and inent wheelmen in tbu State will attend given it. Stand from under. LouisTille, the Central Metho list at Catlcttsburg, had to cit up with him every i.ight. CharIslington et al U.inville will surprise has been nppointud nnd confirmed a ley Fowler breathed his last at 5 v. m. and a good time la anticipated. World's Fair commissioner from Ken- Sunday, aged 25. Ho was the Bon of Dr. A K;tition whs filed in tbo county you in this matter. and Mrs. Clifton Fowler aud those who "A Hand in human shape" hrouuht tucky. court Saturday asking that nn election Mr. Graham Frauk, who used to know him best say he was a most exemopening two small diinks of whisky from liar We ordered to take n volo on re saloons in Lancaster. Tbo case will be rodshurg or somewhere else and made clerk in tho Louisvillo Storo here, plary young man. Ho was an engineer at Junction Jim Cirter and Sam Owsley drink 'em preached at tho Christian church Sun- by trade and his room-mat- e beard this, Tuesday, morning. graduating class at Gnrrntd Col- when they didn't want to. The drinks day niirht to a large nudience nnd acquit- City and others tell us that ho was nnver Tbo He isstud-yin- g known to swear an oath or take a drink lege will consist of Mb May Zich mado Jim and Stn bo boisterous that ted himself mostcreditnbly. while there. He was a member of tho Hudfor tho ministry at Bible College. their bill in tho police court Monday Hughes, Nannie McCarley, Alice Baptist church here and his pastor, Rev. Hov. W. A. Slnymaker began a Cochran, morning was $7.30 each. son, Jennlo llurnside, Fannie of sermons Sunday night on the A. V. Sizemore, spoke highly of him and W. Stevens and Tho Calhoun (Florida) News, of the Lulu Mile; Messrs. 0. loll) inst., contains mention of tho "Science of Religion." His Grst was from Baid many comforting words to the beMillard West. Buffalo Cemetery Miss Roper, of Paint Lick, is visiting brilliant wedding of Miss Lena Taylor tho text, In tho beginning God created reaved nt tho grave in last Rfternoon. It is hard on tho father Mrs. W. Ward. Kev. N. Gillnmnnd wife, and Mr. Richmond S. Shippy, both of the Hoaven ami the earth, Gen. 1:1, nnd was a lenrned and instructive ullbrt. Hit and mother to lose their pride, an only of Kicbmond, Ind.,aro visiting their old Wewnhlkhkn, FU. The bride's moth Hon and first born, but they know to and er, irs, was lormeny .miss will pay you to hear the services. a. layior, friomU nml relatives in Lancaster Kov. Ben Helm's meeting at Pitts Whom to look for consolation, in the Sam Joseph, one of Emma Spears, of Danville. One of tho Garrard county. of great aflliction. It is pleastho cleverest drummers on the road, was bridesmaids was Miss Fannio Spears, of burg closed Friday night with a general hour their ant to feel that sympathizing friends Ma-o- n Lincoln countr, a first cousin of tho awakening of (christians nnd over 170 here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. confessions, 84 of whom united with the uuito in our sorrows, but God alone can bride. were In Cincinnati last week. tramps Circuit Court, Eli McAnally, tho church, and l'J to 20 have signified their give comfort, for He has promised Tho country is filled up with They go from witneM in the Eugcno Owens caie, who purpose of uniting with the other That Ho will be with us our troubles to iiud prolesefoual beggars. bless town to town, invade the privacy of disobeyed n subpoena, was sent to jail churches, thero Methodist, Baptist and And sanctify to us our deepest distress. konics, stop business men on the street Friday by' Judge Sautley for CO days Reform. A Ciiristian Endeavor Society After an illness of several months' and Insist on having their petitions read in default of paylug a $50 lino. Jo Go- was organized and cottago prayer meet- duration, Capt. James W. Carter died at and demand subscriptions from tho peo- ings Inn been indicted for maliciously ings will be held in each section of the his home at Rowland Friday morning, ple promiscuously. Every community shootiug Tom Bogy. The facts in the town. Mr. Helm seems to have at lost aged about 50 vears. He leaves a wife ught lo tnnku provisions for tho com- case are, as claimed by tbo defense, that have lounu ins llio work. As an evan- and six children, all grown but two, to fortable maintenance of its deserving Milford Barbour threatened to kill Go- gelist he is meeting with glorious suc- feel the loss of a kind husband and lovpoor as well as those who are nfllicted ings and started out after his gun. Go- cess. ing father. Capt. Carter had been with An interesting service was held by the L. A N. Bince I860, for the most of and are without tbo means of support, ings thought he haw him coming back but the methods adopted by these vaga- (it was night), fired nnd shot Tom Bogy, Kev. W. A. Slaymaker at the Presbyte- tbe time as conductor, and no man on bonds who are scouring tho country and a personal friend. Bogy has about re rian church Sunday afternoon to pre- tho road stood higher or had more f i iends. annoying people generally is n nuisance covered. Maine Hnrris, colored, has pare for the coming of Rev. U. E. Hoso- - List year ho professed religion under tho tlmt ought to be abated. A mnn hailing been indicted four times for soiling vear, State eecretary of the Young Men's preaching of Rev. Ben Helm and united from Knox county nnd one from Mt. whisky. Fivo judgmonts of $100 each Christian Association, who will arrive with tho Christian curch and seemed Sterling liavo been hero within the last were entered niMinst Mattio Kirllev for next Saturday for the; purposejof effect- to bo truly an accepted child of God two weeks, both of whom aro undoubted sailing whisky. These were afterwards ing an organizition. His first meeting Capt. Carter was a faithful Odd Fellow humbug?. set aMde when four of them were dis will he held at tho Methodist church at and ho was buried by tho lodge here Jndgo T. ' Morrow, who is always t We are Back -- g, AT- OUR - OLD -- - STAND, AT- -- With Better House- - Ii AMGKB STOCK -- AND- bg-ri- cs GREATER D. B. CAMTIIELL. : FACILITIES Come to see us. K. For serving the public. i- - STEPHENS & KNOX. L. AUSIIni NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, & AT7STXXT. Fro'rs. Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st. ; wareroom, paint and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. House Painting and Paper Hanging A specialty. 'Sign Work, artistic and plain! I9t We guarantee work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. -- BARBOURVILIE. V V V DRESS GOODS: Wool Dress Goods in all the new shades and John Cale, of Covington, Va , to prevent his daughter from eloping with weaves; China Silks, Challies, French Ginghams, Satteens, Organn mnn he did not like, chained the young dies, Dotted Swisses, Plain and Figured Pongcss, Lotos Cloths, Bellady to the floor nnd kept Iter there two fast Lawns, and nearly every other kind of Cotton Goods made. witka, whet, tho authorities heard of it We carry a better line of Trimmings than you usually find, such as and released her. Long Run, this Stnte, n little Silks, Velvets, Guimp in Black, Tinsel and Gilt, &c. At boy attempted to catch a young HOSIERY for Ladies, Men Children and Boys in Hermsdorf, pig. The mother jumped onto him and Pcerles and Silver Crown, Fast Black. began tearing him with her tusks about CORSETS P. D., Warner's, Warner's Waist, Ccntujy, Tricora, mangled betho face till tho child v.as recognition. yond French Strip, Silver and Thompson's Glove-fittinMrs. Nellie Rannels, of Ohio City, Our Shoe stock is complete. The expression of every one is that O , playfully pointed the handle of a pisour Carpets are the prettiest line they ever saw. tol at a lady friend, the bnrrel being turned towaid herself. Tho pistol was pliant. discharged and tho bill lodged in her Hon. John M. Tinsley. our left lung, killing her. camu homo from Frankfort Everything in Middlesboro seems to Saturday morning. Ho eaidj to me in bo going into tho hands of a receiver. of the reference to tho Hotel Co., districts, Tho latest is tho Middlesboro into new legislative State will continue to valued at $200,000. It MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. about tho only change made in this flec- run, as before, under the management of county from tion was the taking of Piko There are in this country 3,000,000 B. F. Wilson, late of Louisville. tbo district composed of Pike, Floyd and persons over 30 years of ago who have Johnson and making it into ono district, Aim You GoisoV If so get posted never been married and most of them leaving tho latter two as ono district. ahead and go tho bcBtway. Tbo World'a never will be. Judge Clark disposed of more cases Fair opens May 1, nnd from tho South Davis Levin, a widower of 35, and a on tho criminal docket here last week and Southern Ohio, the route via O. H. peddler by trade, and Miss Eliza Laco-witNew stock, styles and shades. than was ever before done in tho same & D. offers tho most advantages both in a pretty German girl of the Otten-heilength of tlmo and at this rato the dock-e- t comfort and points of interest. Tho C. section, were married at the courtwill soon be clear. Stovo Messer was H. & D. in connection with the Munon house Saturday, d Bontouced to ono year in tho penitentia- is tho only line running Pullman Miss Sallie Moore, of Circle ville, O., between trains withildlning-catfor falso Bwearing. The Sholtons, Cincinnati and Chicago. The unequallry and W. G. Burress, of Kansas, who have Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, who wero indicted for tho bprning of T. ed service of this route has earned for it corresponded for years, were married at M. Sampson's store In November, 1891, the tftle of tbe "Worms air uouto." Landrcth's Garden Seed at the bride's home, notwithstanding they wero acquitted, though a strong caso of Purchase tickets via the C. II. & D. For had never met till a few days beforo the lntormatiou can on or sircumstanccs was mado out against rates, and full II. A D. agent or E. O. A. Brock. ceremony. Immediately after the knot address any O. them. O. M. Randall was at Ely's, on the was tied the husband returned to bis McCormick. G. P. A T. Agt., "World's Mr. George Owens, Assistant depot Fair Route," 200 W. lib, Street, Cincin- Cumberland, several days ago and Westorn homo and tbe wife resumed her New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. agent at this place, received notlco last nati. O.. Send 20 conts in stamps to the brought homo with him a string of seven duties as teacher. They did not state panoramic Friday morning from Col. Jas. Black- latter address and receivo a n. B. KING. GEORGE D. PREWITT. bats that were beautiful to u sportsman's when they would again meet. feot long, of Chicago appointment aaJ'Doputy U. view, fiveFair, showing relative aud the eye and made everybody's mouth water Mrs. Duko Smith has been granted burn of hia heights World's u marshal for this district. Mr. Owens of buildings, Ac. that looked at them. One of them weigh- a divorce at Sioux Falls, S. I)., from her wad ordered to report'at headquarters in Pleasant ed '1 pounds and 11 ouncoa and tho oth husband, who is a son of Gen. Green Easy to take Dr. Pierco'a Louisville st once and he floft for that Pellets. Smallest, easiest, cheapest, ers on down to two pounds. Clay Smith. She was Gertrude Dahl, of MORE LAND, KY., night. The appointment best. They're uny, city Saturday ami New YorK, and they lived together three We have opened up a nice line of UIEIITY. nf Mr. Owens is thejsource of much sat' bilious granules, a compound of refined-anyears, when owing to incompatibility of concentrated vegetable extracts. isfactionto his numerous friends here. Married, on the 10th, by Elder J. temper and failure to support her on the Without disturbance or trouble, conTho Owens brothers have a reputation stipation, Indigestion, Blllious Attacks, Q. Montgomery, at the residence of the plan she demanded, she left him and being honest, straightforward, energetic Rick and Blllious Headaches and nil do- - bride's father. D. F. Humphrey, Mr. went to Sioux Fulls. Thero are no chilyoung men wherever; they are known rangetnents of liver, stomach and bow- James Riggins, of Dunnvillo, to Miss dren. We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get und their democracy is unquestionable. els, are prevented, relieved and cured. Mollie Humphrey. Three feet of snow fell in some parts the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, cured, too. By their mild Permanently Bovlo and George Stone set a now of Minnesota Thursday and great dam- which enables us to make very low prices. Bases of steel nails $2 per' A Richmond newspaper expresses and natural action, these littlo Pellets " lead the system Into natural ways again. hoop net a few days since and caught age was done to growing crops. Damag- keg, do. wire nails $2.30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in hopo that "a real Confederate the Their influence lasts. nine fine fish the first time it was taken ing snows also fell in Iowa, Missouri and proportion. will be served at the Memorial Bawould comprise "rye catarrhal in its nature, up. Boylo grumbled about our report Illinois. Everything Terms cash orjrountry produce. Give us a call. We will save, you zar. Such a spread A poplar tree 0 feet in diameter and money minnows in our last. sorghum, Nassau catarrh itself and all the troubles that of his coffee," come from catarrh, are perfectly and least GO feet to the first limb was cut in Monpork, rice soup, potato pie and other de- permanently cured by Dr. Sage a Ca- Well, I was certain they were at Colcounty and Bection, says We are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. the I didn't know the palates No matter ifies that pleasedTgot big boxesof from tarrh remedy. long standing how bad six inches long and didn't have timehow roe Spectator,a will be sent the ' the to to umbia much longer as I you can .. boys when they your case or how World's Fair. measure them. ' be cured. home. s g. repre-sontative, Heports from Washington to his family hero indicate that lion. John H. Wilsod Is better and now out of danger. It is thought ho will be homo in a short time. A party of young foIkH spent the evening quite pleasantly with Miss Annie Uishman last Thursday. Music, dancing and various guinea were iudttlg ed in. Hon. 0. B. Lyttle, of Manchester, is attending circuit court hero thlH week and is special judge in tho case of the commonwealth against William Smith, charged with murder, which case is eel for trial Tuesday. Hilly Hudson, whoso naiuo appears nt the bend of the editorial columns ol Tho Outlook, of this place,' Is only 15 yeurs old. He gels up a good newspaper for ono of his ago and deserves much credit for his energy and vim. John Y. Reynolds, Joseph Kortney and Clnrenco Yadon weie examined for law license here last week. Wo have more lawyers hero now than most anything else, but most of them seem to bo doing very nicely nnd I hear no com- mitsed nnd one continued until next term. Jo doings was iluud JV0 lor giving a minor whisky and $100 for selling Ike Hayden, nn adult, the same exhilarating drink. Engeno Owens, the small boy, whoso case has often been referred to, was clven two years in the penitentiary. Gano Blovins, the boy killed, andOvms were each about the same age, 1!J years, at tho time of the killing. It is hoped that Governor Brown will give this little fellow, ono more chance and not permit him to go where he would be irretrievably ruined. 7:C0 Saturday night. Sunday at .'I i i. with its honors, after a sermon nt the there will be n mass meeting'at the Bap Christian church by Rev. W. E. Ellis. A tist church ami nt 7:30 all the churches large number of railroad and other frien is will unite with him in n service at the followed tho remains to their last resting Will I find such and such an article? is a question that you often hear Christian church. Young men, whether they are church members or not, are invited to nttend these meetings and to unite with the association, which is a power for good in the land. It is hoped that a branch can be established here that will prove tho banner one of the place in Buffalo Cemetery. Ono by one we cross the river. James W. Carter, for tho past twenty yeara employed on the south end of the WHERE asked. To Many of them for you we give a partial list of Stite. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. vesti-bule- s Tho frost Sunday night killed everything in the way of fruit inithisfcsection. Jerry Kutchum was brought before County Judge Harnett, Inst week, aud fined $50 for selling liquor at Pittsburgh. Deputy Collector O. M. Randall cut up au illicit still, supposed to belong to one Jim Steele, about three miles west of Corbin. Scott Farris, tho horse trainer is here. Mr. Hugh Harrison, the "Bull Dog" jeans pants drummer, is soriously sick at the Catching IIouso. Mr. John A. Bosley, formerly of Stanford, nnd who was appolnted"under Cleveland's first administration, has resigned ns a postal clerk, his resignation to take effect May 1. Ho has secured a good position at Indinnapolis. Mr. W. P. Baker, who has been tho local aud general news editor of the Echo (or some time, is no longer with that paper. 'Mr. Baker mado a splendid local and I don't eee how the Echo will get along without him. J. N. Robinson has a tino new baby boy at his house and his name will probably be Grover. J.Dan Pitman would not bo beat by Mr. Robinson and Saturboy Jalao arrived, day night a crying for the same name. Marriage licenses have been issued since April 10th to tho following parties: L. E. Pike to Martha Spears; iSamuel Von Kirnal to Alice You Kirnal; James Barrett and Linio Barrett; John Davis to Martha Buckles; A. R. Taylor to Liza Knoxville Division of tho L. A N. R. R as a freightconductor, died at his home in Rowland Friday morning. "Uncle Jimmy," na lie was familiarly called, had a wide circle of friend nnd acquaintances among railroad men, all of whom will read this announcement with a sigh. He possessed a quaint humor that his friends enjoyed ami the stations Arte-muand Shawnee, which he dubbed "Nicodomus" nnd "Cheyenne," will serve to pleasantly recall him. Yes, "Undo Jimmy," wo will keep you tenderly in mind, remembering your joys and sorrows, nnd now that the book of life is closed, a kind Provideuce will see that all errors are carefully checked nnd your rewnrd will be bountiful. As wo look upon your closed eyes and and folded bauds we close up the gap made vacant by your loss and wo receive an imprint of sadness that dictates a better feeling to our fellow man. We will greet one another more kindly as tho procession continues on its journey and patiently await our turn. By Onk ok His Friends. WHAT : WE : KEEP. gEVgilANCIE & 8UN. SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER Si ALABAM z, m Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. Wo Bo MMB13RTO, KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, sugar-coate- d Dry Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, din-ner- "Map-jacks,- " six-in- ch MUSWJTT. i ft Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Rf Stanford, Ky., April 25, 1893 W. F WALTON. EIGHT in Yt : PAGES. i The naval display in Hampton Roads, the beautiful and peaceful expanse of water ofl the Virginia coast, presented p. grand spectacle which was enjoyed by thousands of spectators, including many handsome women, over which the dispatches tell ua the Jolly Jack Tare went wild. The warships of several nations are there nnd when with their colors up belched forth thuir thunder of salutes to the three little Columbus caravels the Santa Maria, the Nina and the Fin- ta, in tow of three Spanish war Bhips, the excitement and enthusiasm knew no bounds. The scene was in striking contrast to the one presented on the same waters 31 years ago March Oth, when the Merrimac and the Momter, manned by men of a common country, met in deadly conflict to last till one of them went down, proud even though vanquished. The present display ia peculiarly gratifying, showing as it does, the pleasant relations that exist between the United States and the other great nations of the earth. May peace continue to spread her mantlo over the earth and make this the beginning of the time when nations shall learn war no more. K. L. H.MU'Kn, wlro put the Fidelity Bank at Cincinnati in tho holo for over a million dollars and was 6ent to the penitentiary for ten years for it, shows that he would be able to take euro of himself if dropped into the middlo of tho Sahara Desert. Sinco J'is incarceration ho line devoted his spare lime to raising canary birds and his cell has been kept filled with these little songsters. With the money derived from their sale he has been able to keep himself supplied with other than prison food, besides laying up several hundreds of dollars to bugin life with again on May 1, at which tirao he will breatho the air of freedom once more, one of the last official acta of President Harrison having been to pardon him. Tom Nino white caps at Carrollton, Ga., were given 12 mouths each on the chain Rang. Nino men wore sufibcnted by the timbers in tho mines at Silver Bow, Mont, catching fire. Tho minera continuo to give tho nu thorities trouble in Tennessee. Soldiers have again been ordered to Tracy City. messages Two pigeons carrying from the steamer Dolphin to tho preai dent and Mrs. Glevoland mado tho (light Saturday from Fortress Monroe to Wash ington, 13o mile, in 5J hours, against an unfavorable wind. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. The GrlEAT COST SALE 1 Has been a decided success at id will ued throughout be contin- Ql There are 1,300 pacer list. in the 2:25 If you arc in need of anything in " y populist who became famous on account of his question, "Where am I at?" will not take much of a prophet to it, if he persists in hia candidacy. tho consomme will be tho universal Watson, tho Georgia Congress- of fat heifers at 2Jc. man who got left at tho last election, J. S. Baughman sold to has come out for governor. He is the 31 hoga at 5Jc. 200-pou- Jas. Coffey bought in Casey a bunch K. P. Woods rac- CLOTHING, SHOES AND DRY GOODS, . It ing enreer amounted to $124,7u7. an- - Kiugston'a winnings during his James Gastinpau sold to Johnson, of In Boyle, a yoke of oxen for $100. reo W. H. Murphy sold to Farris a Gold King maro for $150. William Gooch has a cow that gives 10 gallons of milk a day. She has given San-didg- Gents' Furnishing Goods, etc., come at once to our Store, where you will receive prompt and polite attention and sponse. Legislative. quarts at one milking. Wool. I want to buy 100,000 lbs, or more of wool. Will pay highest mark otprico. A. T. Minnelloy. e Jerseya for Cows Two one fresh with fine heifer calf, the sale; other soon to calve. A. G. Huffman. cs Come Sontag Mohawk, the great brood mare, at Palo Alto stock farm, haa had 7 G5c; double-breaste- d, wool colts to enter the '30 list. She is now in low. foal to Palo Alto. S5. of to o Fourteen', laborers Btationed in a pump houec on tho shoro of Lake MichDo .Poles to igan met death by tho building being The wife of a naval officer at Fortress blown into the lake. Monroe wanted to visit the warships in Levi Myers and son, who recently her nice new crinoline skirts, but the moved to tho J. II. Miller farm from wind wa8 blowing a gale and she had no Wayne, haye finished planting 75 acrts particular desiro to make an undue disof corn, tho first to finish this season. play of her hosiery, even if it was of the SALE PUBLICLY. J. V. Cook, of Garrard, sold to a latest design and texture, and covered as NEWSY NOTES. benbtein & Harris 32 head of New York pretty a limb as ever served to support OnCountyCourt Day May 8, There is a genuine case of Syrian cattle at 5 cents. They aro to bo delivthe female form divine. For awhile she In front of Court ho no at it o'clock I will id) ered between July 15 and August 15. was in a quandary, but a happy thought leprosv in Fort Wayne, Ind. publicly my House ami lot containin: one act on B. L. Kblly bought of K. W. Lawlero Oanvilie Turnpiln near toll gate, alio a piano A woman in Christian struck her like an inspiration and she for sale, privately. adopted it. It was to put shot in the county has just presented her husband 50 stock hogs at 51 to 5c. Gulley & Sou K. C KNOI.KMAN, JR., large lot of have bought in this county u Stanford, Ky seam at the bottom ofjthe skirt, and al- with a bouncing girl baby. d. A Delawaro bank cashier has been lambs at $4 to $ I 25. though the wind blew a hurricane, Bhe His entire interest in tlu promenaded the decks with a happy sentenced to seven years' imprisonment Bring mo your Wool Wa.nteij. consciousness that if her skirta went up and to pay a, fine of $10,000 for stealing wool and get the highest market price. McKINNEV, KY she would go too. They say women nev- 559,000. will buy it if you will give A statue of Columbus, said to bo tho I want it and er invent anything, but it must be adWin. Moreland, mitted that they are very fruitful of re- largest bronze tiguro in the United me an opportunity. I have houcht ahove mentioned Hotel at Mi- Stanford, Ky. States, will be unveiled on the lake front sources. a 75 Kiuncy aud have attached The fixing of the distance at in Chicago The most'outrageous performances of field consists of eight or First-Clas- 3 Bar and Pool Hoom. An elegant banquet was tendered yards whenjthe Aud- a hazing party at the Ohio Wealeyan starters and 100 yards when more Have repiired and rcluruUhed the Hotel anil lower indignation Col. C. P. Atmore, general passenger thau eight start, has met with tho ap- am Detter than ever Univerpity has caused great agent of tho L. & N., by his railroad and the participants are threatened with probation of all of tho prominent driv-cr- s Prepared to Accommodate the summary punicument it ineir names friends in Cincinnati. Public. The reunion of '.the Grand ConsisD. Rockefeller, tho millionaire, J. are disclosed. A number of young men tory of Kentucky of Scottish 'Rite Ma- has mated his beautiful Virginia F.vans, Special attention to Commercial Men. had their faces disfigured for life by beV V Git KKN. Proprietor. sonry will bo held at Louisville the 27th, 2:151, with tho gray gelding, So Long, ing branded in fantastic figures with a JOE CARSON, Manager 2Sth and 29th of this month. 2:133, and expects to beat the double strong solution of nitrate of silver an J 7 The failure is announced of the Aus team record with tho pair thiH seawomen attending the same school young trillion Joint Stock Bank, with liabilities son. had their necks, breastp, arms and hands B. G. Fox sold for J. K. Baughman, amounting to $05,000,000. The deposits burned and scarred, so that they would of HuBtonville, to Stack, of Whiteville, 1IA17GIIMAK, amount to nearly 55,000,000. be unable.to wear evening drees at the jack for $525. W. Kenton county haB addpd $1,500 to this State, a KIRE AND STORM against whom reception of the seniors, salary cf Commonwealth Attorney Rue sold to W. C. Rogera, of Lebadon, a there is a grievance. The young fiends the W. W. Cleary. HissUary from the State pair of harness horses for $400. Advoshould have their lawless careers nipped cate. in the bud by well adjusted hempen makes his fixed compensation 52,000, in And ask a continuance of the patronacrc extended the firm nf The Connecticut Legislature has Representing neckties, though that would hardly atone addition to fees. & VanArsdnlc, and will make it to the interest of others passed an ironclad act against memto trade with Gtorge Pearce. a prominent for such atrocities. me. The books and accounts have been transferred to mc and I will and even so strong an association as ber and elder in a church at Abilene, Hartford, Conn.; continue the latter with all who desire. Glmter Oak Park can hardly hope to Hartford, of The legislature has been in session al- Texas, has skipped out with SSO.000 pay expeiibes unless it can take toll from Manchester, of Manchester, Enjj.; QyClothing, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless of to an insurance company and a cost to close most since tho memory of man runneth the pools. out stock. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; not to the contrary. Pages have grown nice sum of the church's money. Michigan has ten stallious with recThe coal operators and miner.) in the into manhood, we are told, andbave takIns. Co. of NorthAmcrica. to formu- ords below 2 20, as follows: Monbara,en to themselves wives, but tho Frank- Jellico region will meet t would Companies Coralloid, 2:131; S'tmmocolon, 2:Alt of which are fort Argus says this is not all. Sever- late a schedule of prices for the ensuing 2:11; o nray Iriendain this line. Pol. pleated to 13J; Alcryon, 2.15; Georgo St. Clair, be promptly wait issued. Will iniure against tornaicics al members have married and had heirs year, beginning May 1. It is feared thnt Enrlght, does, wind ttormi iud lightning. Lightning 2:151; Pontiac Chief, 2:10; without additional charge. born to them since the session opened. an agreement cannot he reached. OfTice at First National Hank, Maniorc 2:181; Lee's Pilot, 2:19; Antevolo, 2:10; This marrying and giving in marriage, The colored population of Flemings- this drinkingjand being merry will con- burg is very mad with the white Latitude, 2.10J. crowd attended court A fairly good tinue till the lords of those servants will officials of the cemetery company on acat Lancaster yesterday, but it was a very come on a day when they looketh not count of their refusal to sell them lots in generally. About 100 cattle Of Every Description, for him and in an hour when they are the cemetery. Serious threats have been dull day on the market. IMountain cattle brought not aware and cut them asunder. Let made. 2 to 2Jc; butcher stufl 2J to 3c. Several them take heed and beware of the day Two murderers condemned to die changed hands at f23 to of wrath that is fast approaching. Ad- by electricity threw red pepper in the plug horecfl offered , eyes of the guard at Sing Sing and escap- $40. No mules journ now and all will be forgiven. Jackson, who Bold a half inter-es- t Gen. ed. Carlyle W. Harris, who is to die in the Belle Meado stock farm in Articles to Suit the Most FastidiSecretary Carlisle says that the pur- the first week in May, refused to leave Tennesson, to Richard Crocker for $205.- pose of tho government to preserve ita his cell. ous. A complete line of D. M. Ferry's Garden Seel in bulk and package. All new seed. 000, is a brother of Justice Jackson, of credit and maintain the parity of gold Mrs. Evelyn Rowo hna brought suit and silver will not be abandoned under for divorce at Augusta, Me , ngaiuat her tio United StateH Supreme Court. The any circumstances, llus statement is husband, who is a christian scientist, judge at ono time owned an interest in made in view of) the strained financial becauso he is reported to he the father the farm, but gave it up when elected to situation, caused by tho heavy with of Mrs. Woodbury's child, although both the bench. , A fairly good crowd was pres nt at drawal of gold. He says the Btock of claim that it was immaculately cwuceiv-ethe horse show at McKinney Saturday this metal amounts to about liUV THE CELEBRATED and caHs upon a'Uwho are interested in Jasper and Clarke counties, Miss., afternoon and tho equines that wore exmaintaining n stable currency to assist were swept by a cyclone last week that hibited were of a very superior class. The him to the e,xtent of their ability to end was terrible in its destruction. Thirty following were shown- Belmont Chief Althe present difficulties. lives, aud in all probability more, were by J. P. Crow; Sontinel by Georgo ton!; Prince Denmark Ly L. C. Dunn; Complicated Watch Repairs and lost, and many persons wero injured. Saturday was the 19th day of tho The loss to property will amount to hun- Braumont and two jacks by J. W. Giv Artistic Engraving a Specialty. present administration and was remark- dreds of thousands of dollars. ens; Silver Tip by Beazley Bros. & Hays; All goods told engraved tree of charge able from the fact that not an applicaGeorgo Henry, who figured in the Eureka Chief by Sandidge A Huston and 0Yourpattoiagc respectfully anllcited. tion for office was filed at tho treasury tragedy, bar made a pri- Eagle Bird by E. D. Kennedy. Kentucky. As previous vate department from confession and-i- is said that it will Comk anil examine our tailor-madto that tho applications hud been filed at show the inner causes which led to tho FIXANCIAI.. the rate of two to 25 a day, this sudden tragedy. Henry is tho scoundrel who is wraps and capes, our Zouave and Holero j.icket?, our tan alioeB ior Kerns in irnicii' let up is alarming. Surely the crop of Olive Points, three for $i. supposed to have engineered the whole era and Oxforda, our Bluchers aud Oxpatriots anxious to servo their country THE NATIONAL awful job. fords for ladies in tan hud French kid, has not been nipped in the bud by the The dummy running between Hunour comprehensive stock of carpetH in of this miserable dogwood winter. frosts tington, W. Va., and Kenova struck a moquettes, Wilton velvets, body Brus- BUILDING 4 LOAN Afteh the court had thrown out a derrick while backing, tho hook catch sels, tapestry, grains, in number of items in the bill of the Stato ing under tne rear car. It was com all wool, wool mixed, cotton chains ani against the Mason A Foard Co., which pletely ljfted from the track and thrown all cotton, representing a $100,000 stock, -declared iu Seventh Annual Dlvldond were barred by limitation, tho attorney a distance of 20 feet. Conductor and we have them cut without waste to HaaVA per cent, por annum. Ttm is the at was killed and several others segeneral announced that the Commonthe buyer. Examine ours beforo buy- large! net dividend that haa ever been declared ly any aimilar institution doing business In the wealth was not ready to try the case this riously hurt. ing. Hughes & Tate. State. It hat over a half million dollars assets and .. charges against Prof. The formulated term. To a man up a tree it would cerElder J. H. Baker, of Lexington, ed- Has Never Had a Single Loss. tainly seem that he has had time enough Mark Harrington, chief of the weather bureau, and other officials, for malfeas- itor of the Educational Herald, is here All ita fundi lire secured Ly Tint liena on Improv. and to spare to get ready. He must In many instance the titles are in ance in office, have been forwarded to soliciting subscriptions. The Herald is ed have the spring fever. the association until property ia entirely paid for. Ii KeceiTinf Hit the accused by Assistant Attorney Gen- printed at Grayson and is devoted to the This Is the largest, safest and most prosperous AsAlthough nearly threo decades hav eral Colby. The resignation of Maj. S. college enterprise thore. The purpose is sociation in the State. It does not deduct any sura whatever from duet for expenses. : : elapsed since tho peace of Appomattox, S. Rockwood, assistant chief of the wea- to erect a fJ5,000 college building at Kor particulars call on II. HKLM or T. A. RICE. Local Agts . there are still 1G2 of tho 40S general offi ther bureau, has been requested, tender- - Grayson. Mr. Baker preached at Or address John II. Leather, President, or C. M. Goods Warranted and;a Perfect Fit Guaranteed.3IGivc 'me call Louisville, Ky. Phillips, General 13 i ed and accepted. Sunday to a good audience cers of the Confederacy surviving. 2.' The Senate refused to concur in the IIousp bill to make tho annual per capita for lunatic $150, put presented a sub stitute fixing it at $115. It is 135 now. The bill to appropriate money for an encampment of tho Stato Guard at the World's Fair was again defeated in the Senate, so if tho boys go to the show it will be one at a time and on their own expense. Mr. Kincheloo has introduced an act which provides that whoever shall, un der promise of narriage, seduce and have carnal knowledge of any female under 1G years of age, shall be guilty of a felony and upon conviction shall be confined in the penitentiary not less than one nor more than five years. SECURE : BARGAINS Seldom equalled and never excelled. high-grad- As a change in the business man this sale absolutely necessary. with the crowd and get tho pich of Men's jlno Suits at prices bewudcrinly Men's all Children's Suits at Suits $5; black Big lot Fancy Prints just received and all Cheviot Suits at Mc per yard. Window Shades at b5; Lace Curtains from I Ocpair upj Curtain 20c. notmiss this opportunity secure the big bargains offered. EVERYTHING WILL GO AT COST THE LOUISVILLE STORE. W. H. Higgins. FOR I Have Purchased of Record-Homestea- Commercial Hotel, GROCERY to-da- y. HARDWARE J. II. INSURANCE AGENT am, his, sues, tc, nj.;c pool-sellin- to-da- y first-da- n claus-eiattach- el . GARDEN TOOLS, BANK THE JEWELER, New York Seed Potatoes, McKINNEY BROS. A Watches, Clocks d. Jewelry And SILVERWARE. VULCAN Chilled Plow. 'l ' Uliver-Dolane- y t o Every One Warranted. W. H. WEAREN & CO. H.4G.RUPLEY,- extra-super- s ASSN. or Louisville, Ky., Mc-Crea- ry real-e-.tat- e. Tur-nersvil- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. MMMlWiiWgiiMa i ,.i(rf. i.ttMM-- .. ,.,n .,nrr. . .. .. ... k. .. iST,rj.ai'JL'.:iMaA-- '.WBririHyM VK.i'j.JLMiL,ii.i arwaiivn.,s.. . tu-s- .. . v. . . . j, .. .. . .. . .. . . -r i .... V'tdMi... rp- . LX '. .. - - -.' . J " , . ..f'. isarapT'gf ISHSSSSSSMa t-- jr jff-rV"- " vTs" "- - w - "tvi vtj0rf Jemi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Wantki). Eggs. F. Jones & Son. Pkiwo.nai,. o( Now t Gill, n boy. Will pay 15 eta. 15. Btanfohd, Ky., Aritiii 25, 1893 Littlk The Uoru, to tbo wifo Fair. At tho meeting of tho Fair diTub Farmers Dank and Trust Co. and fc Co. aro pieparing to rectors Saturday S. M. Owens, P. W. W. II. Woaren light tho sun's rays, if they over get Green and I. M. Uruco wero appointed warm enough, by putting up nice ings. awn- Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. south-boun- d pafweriRor train kill-m- l A dispatch from Richmond cays that a Jerboy cow belonging to Mack Win. Honry filled Wm. Kennedy's face Bruce, in tlio town limlta, Saturday with buckshot when ho persisted in visPERSONAL POINTS. which linn bcun valuoil ut $o0. iting his sister against his wishes. KenMlKH Mary Waiikkn is bvdfnst with nedy returned tho shot without effect A tiiikk entered tho room of Prof, and was able to get away, but it is rbutiiuntlHin. H. F. Johnson and stole a pocket-boo- k and Mrs. thought ho will die. Mr. and Mrs. Mark IIardi.v nro visit-iiicontaining $11 from i.o. wXsVTON, bus. Ma.na.p,iv R r n V An editor onght to bo a man without heart and without feeling. Ho often juiciest of his items to Thk Maccabees lmvu reiHud tho Odd has to "kill" tho obligo somebody who docs cot wish to Fellows hall for two meeting nights in in print in curtain conneceach month tho 2d and 1th Wednesday Bee his name tions. Wo have been worked again. nights. Tho charter has arrived and everything Is now in beautiful working or- Hincillte tacrhmi'. der. The fountain has Arrived and the work Tub Princkss. Tho following proof Betting it in position will ho comIt Is said that no Kentuckian over menced to day. It weighs about '2,500 gramme will bo rendered by tho young JUST IN reaches tho full measure of his ambition pounds and is a beauty. It will moro ladles of the V. A. M. Society nnd Miss till a stud horse is named for him. Judge likely he placed in the walk from Summers' elocution class at Walton's Sautley is now sitting on tho pinnacle. than to tiio door, it Opera House, Thursday, April 27, beginPcttus & King, of tho East End, have Main street being undoubtedly thu most appropriate ning at S o'clock i'. m. named their flue red sorrel Miko Sanlley THU PRINCESS. place. in his honor. Dramatis Personie. Two obstreperous iudividuals named Prince Mi8a Essie Burch Stanford Is ono of the quietest and J. F. King and W. Downs, who wero arMiss Laura McAnally. Caldwell. most orderly towns in tho United States. rested Saturday for nourishing their pis- - Princess Lady Blanche Mies Flora Ballou. Mn. William Hai'oiiman, of llrynnt-vill- A reporter had occasion to pass nearly tola around town, wero tried yesterday Lady Psyche Mies Jennie Summers. ban been visltinK IiIh nephuw, Mr, tho whole length of Main street Cast your eye down this column. These will open the most obstitho oth- nud given 10 days in jail and fined $35 KiugGama Mies Susan Uaughman. S. H.ShnukR. er night nud not a siuglu soul did ho see each, after hnvlng spent tho Sabbath in nate pocket books. It brings buyers from Garrard, Rockcastle, LauI) it. J. G. OAnrsKTEit 1ih secured for Honan.., Mies Mnry Rruce. outside of houses, although it was at tho tho calaboose meditating on tho vanities rel and even from that little isolated town of Danville. Cyril , Miss Mattio Hopper. MIbo Joettn KiiKluuinu n position ns nuno of 10.I50. comparatively early hour One lot Wool Dress Goods in Serges, Henriettas, French Poplins, nf life. Ipsi In a Philadelphia hospital. .... Mits Glenn Bibb. Hcngalines, &c, at 35c, never offered before for less than 50 and 60c. Meliesa Miss Ethyl Bcasley. Mim Alicr Moor.K, of Crab Orchard, Tho louisvillo Common Pleas Court A riN'E girl entered tho homo of Mr. Mies Nora Moreland. One lot of Dress Patterns, 7 and 8 yd. lengths at $5 50 and $6; one who hna been tho Kuent of Mrs. Scott awarded Mrs. Hello Miller $5,000 damag nnd Mrs. Moses Colley, of tho McKin-ne- y Violet Sattecns and Satin Pupils, Attendants, Courtiers, etc., the lot of Chevrons, former price 15c, now Funis, relurned home Sunday. es for killing her husband. She Biied for section, last week. Tho young lady Glorias at the most popular prices. Surah Silks, China Silks and BenMrs. A. S. Doyle, $25,000 and Mr. C. C. Williams, of Mt. is tho loth child nnd Mr. Colley is but classes. Mm. Laura Hie e and Following is r. synopsis of Bcenea nnd galees for trimmings, and Shirt Waists from 35c to Si. 75. Our line of Shelby villo, will arrive Wednesday to Vernon, was ono of her attornoys. Mr. 19 years old. His grandfather had 29 of Black Dress Goods is simply incidents: be quests of Mrs. It. W. Gaines. Miller was an express messenger and children. Mr. Coffey Is doing his level Scene I A grove where the Prince reMn. M. 0. Williams, of Ml. Vernon, was killed in an L. & N. wrack at Hazel best for the republican party, for which lates to Florian and Cyril tho story of , paused down to Kuasellvillc, Tuesday, to Patch, county. he is a hard worker. his hopeless lovo for tho Princess. join his wife, who is visiting relatives II. II. Dankh, the energetic and hustTn k unpleasant news comes from Mem Scene II Tho Court of KiugGama, there. White Goods of every price and weave. Hamburgs in white and 0. W. Mktcam', Feq , of I'iiiiiville, wns phis that John Wesley Durham, lato of ling jeweler, had an immense business Princess Ida's father. The Prince colors for trimming all classes of Wash Goods. You should sec our hero Saturday en route to Nicholaaville, Danville, is under arrest on a charge of Friday, when he celebrated tho first an- demands Ida's hand in fulfillment of Zouave and Bolero Jackets in steel, jet and irridescent, and our Tailor to eeo his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John embezzlement. Tho claim is that ho niversary of his business career in Stan- an early marriage contract. collected a fen and kept It, giving his ford. His oiler to give a handsome souMetcalf. Ill The school founded by tho Prin- Made Spring Wraps and Capes just received from New York. GenMn. J. M. McHoiiKiiTH, Jr., has been worthier check to his client, when she venir spoon to each customer was a great cess for "Tho Higher Education of Wo- tlemen can buy the best made, the best fitting and the nobbiest Tailt appointed storekeeper and Ranker and llnallj got hint to thu point of nettling. drawing card and 45 of them wero given man.'' Prince, Florian and Cyril enter, or Made Clothing ever offered in this city from us. Our footwear for haa been iissinned to duty at Traylor's Mr. Durham was attorney general under away. Mr. Danka is an advertiser from dieguised as girls, and join Lady ladies and gentlemen, misses and children is the flower of all the manufacturers and we start them at 25c and run them up to S3. 50 and $4 of tho notorious Judge Psyche's class. appointment away back. distillerr. IV School room. Lady Psycho lect- for ladies and gents. Don't buy till you come to see us and with evMr. Will J. Yaukr, of lHiisvillo, Is Do(iwooi) winter lingers with us, the ery Sio cash purchase we will give a nice Calico Dress. ures tho pupils. After here again nud every ono who knows Tins cat is no slouch of a tiddler weather having been very disagreeable dismissed, she summons her classes are what draws lilin pronounces him n man new pupils the for a week or more. A heavy frost showof exceeding ireat tate. ( ( herself, but if yon want to hear a to her aide and recognizee In Florian her ico formed to a ed itself yesterday ami JAMkaC. F.N(ilkian won nuiout the brother, in Cyril her lover, and in the tlddlo talk, go to Walton's Opera House All boys who answered Mr. It. II. next Monday night, May let, ami Miss considerable thicknrss in localities. several Prince a countryman. Through tho help Danks udvertim'iiient for a boy to leant Flora Drescher, of the New York Stars, of tho tenderer buds and vegetables aro of Melissa, Lady Blancho'a daughter, GO TO- badly nipped and it Is feared that most they are shielded from watchmaking and ho was engaged. detection. will give you that pleasure. The inatrn-meof thu fruit is killed. Reports from othV Corridor of ti rniyersity. Prince, Mrs. H. J. Mt Hohkiith was too ill to sho uses was mado In l(Hfl. Shu er sections are even worse than here. till her place at the organ at this PresbyFlorian and Cyril discuss the ability of hasn't been using it all that time herself terian church Sunday and Miso Nellie but you would think no, so perfect is her womanJaB compared with man. Lady Tiik Advocate saya that "Little Br- Blanche discovers Slaymaker very grarefully and accepta- manipulation of the how. that the now pupils For goods at low prices. Our stock of itain" throw her gates wido open to the aro bly presided. men. capital committee of tho General AssemMiss Fox ik PknnimiTO.v ItmvfH on VI A walk over the hills. Through Thk Lexington Press says that the Monday lor a mouth's visit In Danville. Commonwealth canes against John Ii. bly and showed to those gentlemen the the rollicking song of Cyril, tho Prinideal Mios Foxie's depatturn will create a Farris for injuring private property and finest little city in all Kentucky; an cess discovers that men havo entered tho capital, admirably located her school in tlieguise, melancholy vacancy In the young m the unlawful taking ol Victor Maw.oue, place for regardless of tho eiety of Middlesboro. N'ews. the pacer, were decided by County Judge and in every way desirable." Danville inscription over the gate: "Let no man Millinery, Notions and Shoes is complete. Wc have just received Mr. and Mrs, ScottFarris, who mov- Hullock Saturday. Mr. Farris was fined is a nice littlo town and wo should liko enter here on pain of death." A gener-n- l an elegant line of Ladies' and Misses' snowed to this placo from Crab Orchard less $25 and co.sts on thu former charge and to see her get tbo capital, but a panic follows among the girls; war ball in sheol stands moro show than will movo hack to dismissed on the latter, tho judge decidthan a month ao, between the fathers of tho Prince not that they liko ing that as ho had charge of thu horse in she. and princess. The Prince is supposed that town Stanford less, hut Orab Orchard more. the first place his romoving him was not Country produce taken Somk !'.0 ladies, thu mothers, wives, to be slain and tho Princess repents her Which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. Mr. Matt D. Crow, of Pueblo, Col , is a miedt'tnuanor. Mr. Farris wilt proba- widowe, daughters nnd sisters of Masons, cruel measures. in exchange for goods. visiting his brothers, Messrs. 0. J., It. bly appeal the former case to the circuit and 20 gentlemen, took tho Eastern Star Then tho theory of "Higher EducaII. and 0. L. Crow, of this county. It court. degree nt Odd Fellows' Hall Saturday tion" and "Woman's Rights" aro laid has been a number of years since Mr. and tho Prince weds tho Princess, all seemed well pleased, Is tho case of Higginbotham vs. the afternoon and tho ladies were disap Lady Psyche Cyril, and Florian Melis-at- , Crow visited tho Mrenes of his boyalbeit eome of L. X. railroad, the superior court in hood. .FOR. while Lady Blanche, a jealous widMr. C. J. Thompson, general foreman afiirmiug the award of $1,000 damages, pointed that the goat waB not brought Y. M. ow, finds her plans all unfiled by Love. ' at Rowland, has been olfered the posi- holds that it was not improper to in- out and all the secrets of the A. bono. tion of superintendent of construction of struct the jury that if they believed from divulged for their delectation. Judge Ho Was a Prince Jennie SumtnerB. W. L. Brown, of London, conferred the tho Chicago Klevated IUilway and will tho evidence that those in charge of tlio FINAL TAIiLEAU. degree and gave a lengthy ami enterleavo in a few days for tho Windy City engine failed to give ''timely warning" The music will bo furnished by tho taining lecturo on it. to see about accepting it. of itd approach by ringing the bell, such Stanford Gold Band, which is making In Springfield, 111., writes failure was negligence upon tkeir part. A Low Hatks. On account of tho State special preparations for the event. Sam Burdett, formerly of tho Cou Tho term "timely warning," was suffi- encampment of the G. A. It. at Owcns-bor- o that Admission 23 cents. Reserved seats Btatr, Is there reporting the ciently specific as to tho timo when or sell 33 cents. all L. & N. agents will Legislature for tho Chicago Herald. He plaro where the signal should have been tickets to that city or to Louisvilluatouo ii tho same generous Sam as of old and given. tickets good refare for the round-trip- , NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. always has a warm greeting for any and on account of turning April 30th, In view of tho fact that warm weather Louisville Times. National Convention Hepublicau League Amonu tho many artists that Stanford is approaching and there is a possibility Clubs tickets will be sold at 1J fares to has, Miss Pearl Hurnsidu is a star. For of an invasion of cholera, tho board of Louisville and return, ticketa on sale A ino'tinR l.ick, ono bo young, her execution is Blmply health for Lincoln county, Drs. Steele May 10th to 13th. On May tilth to 17th McCormacU of the stockholders of Knob will bu & Turnerjville Turnpike Co. hcMui .McCurmacks Miy 6th, 1891, at a j, m (or and while sho makes no pre- Bailey, J. G. Carpenter and Hawkins wonderful, inclusive ticketa to Glasgow Junction the purpose of riveting cHicen fur the ensuing tensions whatever, her work cannot be Brown, have had a large number of no will be sold at ono faro for the round-trip- , JC" J. I'. COVHt. Prei. Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Adticea printed for householders to clean excelled ago taken Into consideration. withS1.20ndded for round trip from R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. dress. and disinfect their premises. No decent Stanford cor. Harrodsburg Sayings. Glasgow Junction to Mammoth Cave, man will make it necessary for such a Tiik Louisvillo Critic saya that the returning May 21st, on account of beautiful Miss Mattie Thompson still notice to be Bent htm, but will do all in good We will Deliver ICE Every Morn- A. C. SINK Tent-la- r J.N.MENEFHK lingers at Los Angeles, Cal., with the, his power to prevent the coming of the the 1th annual Couclaveof Knights ing at leper lb. regaining her health. Sho has Mammoth Cave May of Kentucky at hope of after being been threatened with lung trouble and Bcourge. Failure to clean up rate In 17th and 18th. Tho round-tri- p and Ron land ami by 50 lb. 30c per lias been very ill. It is rumored that she notified subjects ono to a tine of not less from Junction City to Mammoth Cave jo lb, ami too lbs jjc per 100 lbs. We arc very thankful tor patt p.ttronagu aini repectlully is engaged to Mr. Davis, brother-in-la100. It ought to bo $1,000 and a than f It continuance. will bo $ JUS; from Stanford it will bo of Editor Pulitzer, of tho New York long term in jail. ... . ... . 1. 15 r .11K. JANb UAKKUW XIU m 11 t - f. V y 10. World, and tho rumorhas been strengthetui, 1. 1. v., . i., ened by n visit from him. CitueiiKi). Peter Ward, brakeman on Junction City. freight No. 27, Capt. Conniir conductor, CITY AND VIC INITY. jKihJ Hale, who formerly owned got his fool hung in tho track at Lorctto CRAB ORCHARD Hnle's Well, filled up with whisky Sun-daOnion sets and garden Reeds at A. A, Saturday and a freight car, which had and went on tho war path. Ho and Warren's.,, been run out from the side track, passed Jim Farmer passed tho houao of Ansel cab- over him, crushing both legs to a pulp. Plants for Sai.k. Tomatoes and Baugh and one of them slict at it. AfTho shock was so great that ho never ralbage. 0. J. Newland. terwards they weut to Neal's Creek and lied and in four hours ho was a corpse. Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are by screun windows and Ho whs about 23 yeais of ago and lenvt b Hide raised a disturbance in church unsurpassed. of kicking a boy and swearing at tho top doors at Woaren & Co.'s a wife and child, who live in Knoxville, I hii lamctl Summer Keiort, with its his voice. Yesterday hu and Farmer to which place his body was taken for two our now tpring capes Comk nud met Baugh and Baugh asked them why interment. His comrades say ho claimand wraps. Hughes & Tate. they shot at his house. Mouo Berry had Healing Waters and Restful Sured to havo a presentiment that ho would Baid ho saw Farmor shoot anil Halo deroundings, "Local rains, warmer Tuesday," said be killed and that ho talked about it as clared ho was a d n liar. They went on dispatch last evening. fixed fact. if it was a tho signal servico and returned shortly and sent for Berry, Will bo open for the reception of sucst ' Tiik republican papers are trying hard who reiterated that Farmer had done M. A. Watkinh has been nppolnted postmaster at East Uornetadt, J. II. Lee, to produce tho impression that strained the shooting. Farmer called him a liar MONDAY, MAY 15, 1893. at Lily, Mrs. E. L. Siler at Pleasant Viow relations exist between President Clove-lan- and Berry struck him on tho head with una hoe, laying him nut and ho waa and Secretary Carlisle over the and Sirs. Sarah E. Creekmoro at Itock-Health anil pleasure seekers will fmd this of bonds. They claim that tho pres- conscious at last reports. Then Hale on Berry and shot ANDopened up a fusilade An autopsy was held on the body of ident said to tho secretary, "You Bhall AN ADMIRABLE PLACE withFowler yesterday uy ma. issue bonds" and that he replied, "If at him aoveral times, fortunately nimriHv Dink Farmer, an officer, To recover their wonted health and energies ami Urown, Hunn, Cartwright, O'Bannon, you want bonds Issued you inuct get an- out effect. secretary of tho treasury." Of ran to the scene, when Hale drew hia at the same time secure quiet, homu.like fare at Uronaugh, Jasper, Humphrey and Cook. other pistol on him. Farmer ordered him to ReliaThey found the liver and spleen enlarg- course this ia the merest bosh. ble information ia to the effect that the desist and when he refused fired hia ed considerably and tubercular deposit Ir further Information apply to Then Hale took to his For ce of Board from $7 to Ju per week. exist between the Winchester. in both of them. As to the nature of most cordial relationa and ia still at large. A warrant two distinguished gentlemen and that heels GUS HOFMAN.V, tho deposits tho doctors aro undecided ' been issued and the sheriff will no will not say until the microscope is they are in perfect accord on he finan haa and Cub Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. i doubt harness him chtl and other situations. used. court-houso roJntlvcs in Danville. A. T. Nunnbllky, the hiiBtUng drummer, wns hero Bjain ycHtcrday. Mr. H. W. rKTTIIIONK, Of Louisville, h tbo nucat o( Mtb. J. W. Flowers. Mr. Km Fknninuton, of Middh'Hboro, spent povcral dnya hero with frienilH. Mipsuh Mattik Kliianks nml Annio lYliUu pnitl this olllct! n call yesterday. MihsSaiiua Hays, of Lexington, Ih vlnititiK her mother, .Mrs. Timllno Ilnyp. Mrs. It. II. UnoNAi'oii, of Crab Orch ard, Ih tbo RUOHt of Mrs. 0. W. llronniiRli MiHa Mjsmk lCuiM.KY left yefctenlny to vinlt lir.r uiBter, Mtn. Dr. HoiiriKau, in Marion. Mil. A so Mr.it, .Tok Hardin, of Corbin, nre tbu KiiestB of Mr. and Mrs. K. II. a drawer. Tho book was afterwards found near tho stable, minus tlio money. . a committee on nmpitheatrc and grounds; P. W. Green, It. L. Hubble, A. E. Hun dley, T. 0. Yager and J. T. Embry on programme; E. C. Walton, J. T. Embry and W. II. Shanks on music and amusement privilege?; J. S. Owsley, Sr., W. II. Shanks and J, T. Embry on advertising and W. II. Shanks, R. L. Hubble, B. B. King, A. M. Pence, T. L. Shelton, P. W. Green and S M. Owens to solicit special premiums. Tho committee to arrange programme is to meet on tho '20. No complimentaries will be issued. Badges will pass ofllcers in and others entitled to admission will bo given a written permit. Tho boys aro going to work in earnest and everything points to a successful exhibition. Spring Session Tuesday, January 24th, 1893. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior counts In Literature, Muitc Catalogue and circular! furnished on application. Art. Kx client hoardln; department and MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING! New Stock, New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. FIGURESWILLTALK Sc- e, . UNffi3XC13IilLffi3B. n 1 I)u-Bon- e. HUGHES & TATE. -- nt The Cash Bargain Store and Gents' Furnishings, Clothing1, Dry Goods, Ladies' en-Bii- SLIPPERS, B. F. JONES & SON. Fancy Grocories, Bread, Cakes, Fids Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, rier-Journ- to-da- Ken-tuckia- n. CALL ON R. ZIMMER, THE BAKER. Turnpike Election. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. 1TOT1CEI re-u- "t 1 i & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. y Ski.p-adjustin- o SPRINGS. We Carry Full Lino of Builders' Supplies. WHITELEY -- d e W- BINDERS & MOWERS THE O'BRIEN WAGONS. TEX BEST MADS. FARRIS & HARDIN. i.y. . J. Reasonable Rates. .- .. . jXH',V-HyJ'?i'S-r.i- " ''lBpfr'''-N'-'SSSjfS'.tr- ' "yr wff:,y Ja-- t' iViiT fy -- ' yj r H- Semi-Weekly -- t Interior Journal AT - Published Evory Tuosday rind Friday S2 FISR, YKAK IN- ADViVNCB charRed.-W- im Of Millinery in town, The goods and prices arc ly as if no cloud ever dimmed it. Quclclln'B Arnica Salvo. bound to please you. Mr. D wight Hardin left last ThursMRS. P. T. COURTS bruises 10 The best salve In the world tor cuts, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, day to accept a lucrative position in liris ped hands, chilblain, corns and alltetter, chapskin erup K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. tol. Tenn. Dwiirht ia ft genial, clover ilom nH nniiiivflt cum mlei. or no nav rcuuir- guaranteed to irivt perfect satitlactloc ed. It is aud generous to a or money refunded, l'ncu 5 cents per boa. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning fellow, do credit to his employer yor sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. 5:10 p. m. fault Ho will I have returned Irom the cities with a nice line aud we wish him much success in his LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. A Million Frlondd. nl Millinery which will sell for a small profit. new home. A friend In need is a friend indeed, and ot less Oocils leftover, as fresh as this aeason'i goods, Pm - ....137 pn it train going North found just such a friend in from last season, I will sell at Mr?. Scott Farris was hero this week than one million have , South " -..... 13 Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, n 51 P looking for a house preparatory to tnov Coughs and Colds. If you have rcver used tins xpress train " South .1 ii North CASH ONLY. great Cough Medicine, one trial will convince you COST 710am ing home again. It was with reluctance that it has wonderful curative powers mall disocal Freight North Now is your chance to get botSouth ......sP01 we gave her her up to become a resi- eases ol the Throat. Chest and Lungs, hachmon The reason I do this is to reduce tnv stock of carry passengers. goods so will be able to sell out my business at The latter traint also tle Is guaranteed to do all that claimed or The above is calculated on standard time. Solar dent af3onr city, and wo are glad 8ho ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. K. the first opportunity. I cordially invite, the ladies to call and examine 'sdiugstore. I.arre bot'Iei 50c and $1. tjaoe is about ao minutes faster. my goods. I also solicit a share ot their patrontlnds it to her interest to again pitch her l'enn age. MRS. I.M. IIUUCK, Doaorvlns PraUo. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. tent in the best old town in tho State. M.inford, Ky. 9 our cit'uens. that for years The litlo baby of Mrs. Jas. Buruh eWe destro to say to Dr King's New Discovery I am selling out all my retail stores and will remain in the wholesale have been selling Trains pass Junction City us follows: Dr. King's New Life Pills, No. t, Limited, a:i$,p. m.; No. died last Monday and was buried tho for Conumptioo, Salve aud Klectric Hitters, and business only. Therefore you can get goods now at your own prices. llucklcn's Arnica After weeks have never handled remedies that sell as well or Special, arrives S.40 p. m. No. 5, same day in the cemetery. j, 1 am Selling Out Hclow Cost my entire stock of We Special, : a; a. in.; No. 7,: Fast Mail, ar- of patient suffering she was called to thit have eieli such universal satislactlon. and Q.&'C. do not hesitate 10 guarantee them es cry lime My rerives 13:43 P. m- leaves u:4j p. m. the Heaven to mingle with many little bouIs we stand ready to refund follow purchaso price If turned mother, Mrs. Kate Duddrrar, has just milIrom the cities with an elegant line of satisfactory tesults do not their use. These No. a, Q ft C, Special, 3:20 p. m.j gone before, aud may God temper tho remedies have won their great nopulirity purely linery, embracing : : No. 4 leaves at 6 a. m.; No. 6, Limited, 3:15a m on their merits. A. R. Penny, druggit. No. 9, Etprets, arrives ji p. in., leaves 1:31 p. blow to the parents as Ho alone can. m ALL, Miss Ada Cover's marriage was quite The more Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is used Is liked. We k now the a surprise to her many friende, who unite thatbetter it gttes satisfaction. of no other remedy Of the season, of which sho will have lull control. It is good when She also engaged a always fuwith mo in wishing for her a bright you first catch cold. It is good when your cough .Kntirc Stock. It is good in FIBST-CLA5s seated and your lungs are oie e ture, with just enough care to keep her any kind of a cough We have sold S every bottle has given satitlaction from forgotting God. Wo will miss her dozen of it and DRESS MAKER. Stedmau A Krleman, druggists, Minnesota Lake, of which sho was Minn. o cent bottles for sale by W. II. McKoberts, in tho Sunday-schooMrs. W. T Heard, who cuts by the only Parisian DrugcUt, btanlord. an excellent member, and her place in Scientific Tailor System the United antes, in s cluding the seamless t,armcnta In llasuc our eocial circle will bo hard to till. Dicsst and Waists, also Latest Pads in Skirts and Wraps Call and examine my stock of Tim Buchanan, a negro of this place, Come early and get bargains, as I must sell out, no matter at what Millinery before buying and leave your order for was arrested and placed in your jail on yourdrcsses. Thanking you far past favors e price. I don't want to be in the business any longer. Don't miss solicit sarr.o. the charge of having killed the mule When Itiby n as sick, wo gave her CastorK this Great Hargain Sale, as it will last for 30 days only. I mean bus DAVIS DUDDKRAR. MAUV When she niua Child, aho cried for spoken of Borne time since. Wo underiness and will sell at any price. When sho became MUa, ho clung to Caftorix. a stand there will be an effort to bail him When the h.vl Children, alio gr ve them CastorU. r. STRAUn,iH. t. r. clarsci out. He was a frequenter of tho ualoons, IT. TZy. JIhsolately but considered harmless, not at all revengeful, and some think him innocent .PkACriCAU... of this act. A cream of tarter baking powTHE BEST PLACE TO BUY and Steam Fitters. We understand that a couple of mon My wife was confined to her bed lor over two Plumbers der. Higest of allj in leavening months with a very severe attack of rheutnaiism. would Latest United States who have traveled all over tho world We could not get nothing that gave afford he, Healers in all kinds of lion and Ilrass Goods (01 strength. Chamberlain'. steam and water. any retiel, and as a last resort Ocxxlsof All had been here for two days getting ready Pain Halm a trial to our great surprise she be work guaranteed Sanitary defective all kinds. and Report. Government Food material against application, and by workmanship. to give us a lecture, but our medical wa gan to improve after the first 37 was to get using ROYAL BAKINGiPOWDER CO., ters (?) quite overcame their nerves and attend it regularly shework. soon ableJohnson,upofand C. K. II to here house 100 Wall St., Now York. Kensington, Minn. 50 cent K. Knution & they were even Been to stagger on the bottles for sale Co., W. It. McRoberts, Druggist, Carriage Painting & Trimming by streets. We passed one hunting for our Stauford. A. S. college, but he was so twisted by the I am egatn ready to do all kinds of Carriage SURGEON DENTIST. Aitm( fltSMHM Painting and Trimming. Can be found at Daugh wind that when ho got opposite the All new stock and latest designs. erty's shop, ready to serve the public promptly Office over McRobetts Drug Store in; the new building intuiM he was searching for, his head and well. nismufeu Owsley Building. 4 JOHN II. DcNARDI, Stanford. waa in such a whirl he could not see it, Stanford. and tho last we saw of him late in tho AaSOTSfOM town evening he was going down towards STtVWJ wrt Flax Greek at the same unsteady pace. other If his lecture is half as amusing as his MNASflA For the painless extractionof teeth and minor surgery, i nave tetea 10 virtue suiiicircs appearance, all who failed to attend missR- - C. MURUAS, u D. S. ly to know Lj ttrOMNUt STANFORD, KY., ed a sure enough treat. NEW STOCK OK Mrs. Newland, our L. & X. agent, 'ArivKcnvT imtrruw ruuinrccrunon tiMBMna had Mr. Hardy, the saloonist at Vander-pool'Tnirmut fuwriORLJceTj trt arrested for abusive languago to Tn MOKTnWttT irsi LMI WTIMH $40 Reward for Return of. Horse her. W failed to learn tho particulars, This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now gJASGPOND usirnu in tny charge and I intend to conduct it so as to CriJCAOO.kL And Conviction of Thief. not only maintain its high reputation, but to add but Hardy was fined $10 and costs. A OWipw.Trt AST. to its Ion? list ol friends. Snecial accommoda On the night 01 March 13d a HAY HOUSe,7 large crowd of ladies attended the trial, tions for commercial travelers and fine roomsor years old, heavy mane and tall, knot 011 left hind wwranamuiunB CHICAGO the dlsploy of samples. GOODS AND LACES. leg, alight collar mark on left shoulder; in showing by their presence their deep condition; shows harness marks. A literal sympathy with Mrs. Newland. She has a AIFIrst-Clasreward will be given for said horse or for informaSaloon tion concerning him. striven hard during her widowhood to 8 A. H. FISH, Crab Orchard. Aad BILLIARD and POOLROOMS attsched support her little family aud her long The shareholders of the Hanging Fork Si JOSKPH'COFFKV. Gieen R .11 Cu will mept at U'arp'i HtflV nH flcpnr Hhntra tlio rnrrnril f tio nnm. ' River Turnnike FOR LA OIKS' AND GKNTLK.MKX. store in Mc Kinney on the ad Saturday in May, i pany lias for her. If she had had aomo ,8, at a p. m for th. purpose of electing a Prci-- 1 ensuing one in the ofHce to protect her it would Ident and Bsard of Directors for the vr.,.--, year 13 rre. j. w. 1. I have just returned Iuji the cities, with a large have looked better in him to have made and comptohensive this attack, but she was alone. We unWe vt ill pay cash for country produie ol every For Men, Youths and Children, Call and examine our stock. It on DrKt Avenue. We kind at our derstand Hardy took an appeal and that STOCKvOF MILLINERY, will cost you nothing to look. of the Rush liranch Turnpike stockholders every Meek to aim will run If t The Co are notified to meet at Hu'.ble 1st Satur- collect same ourthewazon regular Road wlilch was selected with the greatest care, and to the case will be tried in your town. cuuntry in which Huvite the inspection of the ladies. Miss so, we hope tho dear women will attend day in May, 1S0,, to elect a Moard cf 1'ircctors fur CRAIG & WALLS. 15 the ensuing year. Nora Welch, who gave much satisfaction, is airain with me, and I a:n in better condition than ever in a body and show their feeliug for inCrab Orchard, Ky. to sell the best goods at the lowest prices. Call nocent women in distress. She lies the aud see the new stles. ' M1SSLICCIEHEAZLEV. warmest sympathy of everv lady in our The stockholders of tho Huitonville .V Culfey's vicinity. Mill Turnpike K ad Co. will meet at l'r. llruwn's ROWLAND, KY., true-hearted Wheu not aopatd SQ.QO will be t Persons v. ho aro mibjcct to attack's of billions colic can almou invariably I el I, by their fcell lies, It Chamberlain's expect anattack Hail covered tho ground to quite a when to and Diarrhoea Kcmcdy is taken as Colic, soon Cholera off depth Friday and it looked for awhile as these symptons appear, they can wardkeep the always the Such persons should a heavy storm of disease. at hand, ready (or immediate use when like we were to Ilcmedy Deeded. Two or three doses ot it at the right time wind, but it passed over in a low mo will save them much suffering Kor sale by V. II mentj, and the sun again shone as bright- McRoberts Druggist, Stanlord. GRAB ORCHARD. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. post-offic- live Call at the e room and sea tho Largoot and Boat Soloctod Stock HUSTONVILLK, KY., MILLINERY. 1 IS SELLING OUT BELOW COST ENTIRE STOCK. a 3Jn FOR I 1 BABGAXNS. ' South-boun- d Bluo-Gr- as ITow Millinery. - North-bouo- d 1 THE NOVELTIES Clothing1, Gents' Furnishing:: Goods, Hats, Shoes, Tinware, Etc. twenty-ITv- l, 111 l'riu-ces- M ustbeSold in 30 Days k.rawaer Pure STRAUB& CO., FELD, Hustonvillo, PRICE, Wall A. Paper ! "IDZEICTTO." Dpop USA THE COFFEY HOUSE R PENNY. Made Ta LINE SOUSE STOLE1T. s, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pror. Ginghams, Sateens, Irish Linens, WHITE ordi-uar- y , Turoplkc:ElccUoii. 1 37-- tf Custom : : Shoes, mi mm, rm ' Country Froduoo. store-roo- CI-OTHIl- Turnpike Election. Turnpike Election. it J". SI. HILTOIsT iU C. . FOWEI.X., CEsITSRAZ. STOBE, LOGAN AVENUE, The Unrivaled Climate of New Mexico. (To the Editor Interior Journal.) Saturday ia May, iSjj, at office in Hustonville a p. in to electa President and Heard of liircctors O. C LYON, Prcs for the ensuing year, Ik It ut school chief attraction of this country waa its for a President and Ilourd nf DirectorsSaturday houe, Turnersvllle, at a p. in. the ut K. CASH, Pies. Always 'sells goods lower than anyone else in climate, and I think tho hundreds of May, 189J. J town. New crock of Fruits every Friday. Kastern and Northern people, who have been sojourning here through the winter that has just passed, will all endorse The annual meeting ol the stockholder ofthe Co. for the statement. The season has been one Stanford .t a Halls Gap Turnpike RoadDirectors the for election of Presideut and Hoard ot of unusual severity in nearly all parts of the pnniinir vear will be held at Vandeveer's I will o'peh in January roth, 1S9J. a store in Stanford on the 1st Satnrday in May, '93, Dairy, Irom which I can aupply any quantity ot the country, and all over the world, for at 1 p. in. J. K. LYNN, Pres. Jersey milk to the people of btanlurd and that matter, but no reasonable person at the following prices, delivered : cents could ask for nicer weather than we have Fresh Milk, per gallon to cents had hero all winter through. There has Skimmed Milk, por gallon annual meeting tor the election of a 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon not been a day that the sun didn't shine The and Hoard of Directors for llm Knob Lick patronage ot the and excopt.'a halfdozen rough, blustering Turnpike Co. will be held-athe Pirst National Iwill make two trips dally. The G. A. PEYTON. Hank of Stanford the 1st Saturday in May, 1833, public is solicited. Stanford, Ky days, Buch as are common in other sec and stockholders aro hereby notified. 91. yr. ULlrlUA tun i.tiK, ires. tj tions during March, the weather has been pleasant all tho time, and mild .Noticelto the 'Traveling Public. enough for invalids to take exurciso in I have had tho open air with comfort every day. In The annual meeting of HOUSE fact, there has been no weather during Turnersville. McKinney ftthe stockholders ofthe Cotfey's Mill Turnpike Koail Co. will be held at McKiuncy isl Saturday repainted and nicely furnished and the season that tho peoplo of your sec- in May, 1893, at a p. m. for the purposu of electing At Rowland have in connection with Hotel one of the best sa- tion would consider worthy of being a President and Hoard of Directors for the enduII. K. GOODE. Pres. year. ic loons In the State, open day and night; a night We bad snow enough ing man meets all trains. In connection with Housr called winter. one of the best Mineral wells in the StaU have also night in February to whiten the and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs. one G. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ground, but it began to melt as soon as Erin, Tenn.. A. A.Warren, Stanford, Dr. D E. Proctor, C. II. Uraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. the sun came up and was all gone by The annual meeting of tho stockholder: of the Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Johnson, noon. Spring has fairly set in now, and Hustonville & Carpenter's Creek Turnpiku Co. Cox, Grcensburg. Rates ft per llm New Haven, f,e,reV' will be held at Hustonville on the 1st Saturday in Cl"W.GCVAeRmReiVR',"prop. and the peach trees have long ago uu May, t8gj, at a p. m. for the purpose of electing " ensuing year, folded their blossoms, the farmers are all officers for the W. U. WKATUERFORD, Pre.i. busy putting in their crops and the water has been "turned on" in all the ditches for you know everything is raisF. B. BltiEY.lProprletor, ed here by irrigation and your growing A meeting of the atocaholders or the Stanford Co. lor the election ol a Milledgevllle whenever you think President and Turnpike Directors for the ensuing water Hoard of London. - - -- Kentucky. crop can have The absence of rain, of year will be held at McCormacks May 6, 1843. needs it. am better it W. W. McKITTItlCK.J'rcs. t have moved te my new Hotel, andthe public. course, makes some extra work for the ever to accommodate prepared than Good Livery attached and every convenience farmer?, but they get enough extra for THOMAS YEAGER. Giv.m.acalI.i&rRANK what thoy have to sell to fully compen- JAMES YEAGER. drysate them for it, and besides, the ness of this region is what gives it its chief value and makes it the great saniRED AND UU TABLE, tarium for consumptives from all parlB rRorRirTonof the country. And there is no doubt STANFORD, KY. about the fact that.people with lung diseases aro wonderfully benefited by com STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ing here, and if they come in time they We are In our new stable In the Opera Heme Block and are well tupplled with Nunneiley his liy- - nearly always Ret well w..in, nurchased of A. T. bisold stanu ready W. 8. Bubkk. rv business I can be found attime day or night NEW BIOS AND HOUSES to wait on the public at any Nothing but Mrs. Jeanette Hammond, arrested Have been purchased and nothing but TURNOUTS three weeks ago as an accomplice to turnouts will leave the stable. FIRST-CLAS- S defaulting cashier at Atlanta, was my lW and mY Price. wl1' Je "J mhall leave Give aa the lowest. Don't forget my Stanford and 37 , released by the Federal grand jury. Rowland 'but line. ! Stanford, : : Kentucky, Aliicqueiique, X. M., April IS, 18DJ. TurnpikekElection. In a short letter to your paper, written Hustonville The stockholders about a month ago, I stated that the Turnpike Road Co. of tho Stanford annual election will hold their A-111 JD.A.i:e,!r. -- Turnpike, Election. I am also agent for the old reliable Krodhead Tobaccos and will keep a full line of these goods in stock, and all I ask of the merchants ol Maulord and How land is to give me their orders and I will nut the goods In their houses at Factory prices. Thanking the public for liberal patronage, 1 ask a coutinuonce of same, and remain your obedient servant. S7iyr J. It. HILTON, CROCERIES,: HARDWARE, , 'jjn""1 f; ' Hoots and Shoes, Cigars aud TobaccaJOhl. ItlvirSalt for sale by the barrel. Will take country produce in exchange for goods at market price DEALER f twv.'st 'i Bo I9 WEAMJKN, Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Huggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Haled Hay, &c .to Kirst-Cla- is The People ot Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTV. Thanking you for your liberal patronage for Ice last aeaon, I respectfully reuuest us continuance during the coming season. Indeed I expect all to use the How-lan- d ? Turnpike Election. t Pre-ide.- it Farmers Bank&Trnst Or STANFORD, KY., Co FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. 1 MANUFACTURED ICE, Is now fully organised and ready for business with Turnpike Election. THEJ SHEITON Turnpike Election. $, THE RILEY HOUSE Turnpike Election. For thew reasons: I'irst, It Is made by a home of - up institution. Second, the Ice is absolutely and chemically pure, being made llolii spring alcr, I'tOOO. . which is first distilled and then carefully filtered before being frozen. 1 hird, Artificial Ice will last much longer than pond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL of cholera is looked lor during the year and nothHANK OK STANFORD, ing is so apt to produce or spread this diseati- - as impure water or ice. Fifth, it will be Now closing up) with the same assets and undet me ame management. n. rhiiter. deoositori are as Punctu- fully nrnviiinni nfaslitaie depositors in Natioaal protected ... u nanus, ua snareaoiucra oem al! Doors liable to the extent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereol, in addition to the amount invested in such shares. It may act as Every morning at tho following Prices: ciecutor. administrator, trustee, 4c, as luUy ai an individual. For 100 pounds or over 40c per hundred. To those who entrusted their bulsmess to ui Kor jo pounds to 100 45c per hundred. while mnaainir the Lincoln National Hank ol For 10 to jo pounds.. 50c per hundred. Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their businoss No less than 10 poundsidellvcred. with us, ottering asm guarantee for prompt attenIC. nilEMEK. 10J tion to same, our twenty yeara experience la banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. 11. Cattleman. A. G. Lanhaui John Capital Paid Surplus, $200,000. Capital Stock Surplus 8200,000 20, BOO s s , I Delivered Regularly and t your ...... Attention of the public is invited to the fac is inn oniy itauonal Hank In Stanford the provisions of the National Rank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an amount equal to the stock, so that depositor ol this institution are secured by a fund ofSian.m. Five sworn statements of thecondition of the baok arc made each ycarto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated time by government agents, thus securing addititoaa and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in ts8, then tied as the National Hank ol Stanford in iSos and again as the Pint National Hank ol Sunlord in i8S, has had practically an uninterrupted, existence of ps years. It is better supplied now with lacilitlcs for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before ia its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries firms and individuals respectfully solic-te- d. inn mis Under t V.I or , d. ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, DtHlCTons: The Directory YEAGER & YEAGER, w. c. -- Lim J Livery and FeedfIStable, J.J. Williams, Mt.Vernou; J, M. Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford ; S. J. Embry, Stanford j J. B. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, MllUdgestitle; J. K. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch.l Stanford, Ky. S. H. Skanks, Preaideat. J. 11. Owsley, Cashier. W.M. Bright, Teller. T.J. Foster, ofSlanfo; of this Dank is composed el KorestusReid, Lincoln county ; J. w. 11 ay uen, Stanford; S.II. 8aughman,Linco!n; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, SUnford; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Mill, SUnford. OFFICERS: President;! W. O. Welch, SUnford; W. .P.Tate, Staalord. . S. Hocker, JohoJJ. McKoberts, Cashier; Commerce Building, Louisville Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Miners and shippers ofthe GENUINE A. A. McKinney, Assistant Cashier. Asents throughout the South. fiiit-clt- u Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents for Stanford and Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rail- ro.docro,.ing. HIGGINS A WATTS. DR. W. B. PENNF Bed-win- e, them a Call. W. A. TBIBBLX, Loo! JLfiat, STANFORD, KY. Dentist. 0c t acated.by Dr. L. F. Huffman, South side Main street, ia office recce SUnford, Ky. A 9- tiiASBiijMba ? -- j. - ilik m Vvi-'a- .,