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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893050201 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. f?r?v ';tt -- s si ir - '1fi r f f- - T Semi Weekly Interior vol. XXI. DANVILLE. Journal. NO. 18 PROCESS STOVE. kswfr& ill STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 2. 1893. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. y. BARBOURVILLE. CHURCH Call and sec our Dnnlnp was called to Alfred Burnslde, an old and highly Tho Southern Baptist Convention, As Fountain Fox Bobbltt has gono Sntur-tinrespected colored man, died Saturday home, I will drop tho "old reliable" an- which meets in Nashville May 12, repre. Lebanon on professional business j morning anil was buried Sunday. eents a membership of 2,000,000 souls. other letter. NEW daughter of tlio 'J8 year-olAnnii', Catholic services were held nt tho Rev. A. V. Sizemoro is quito sick Thero Is one more week of circuit Thomas I)oram,died Friday of consump-tlo- n Sunday morning. A largo court hero yet, but tho docket is crowd- and was unable to fill his appointments Saves time labor and expense nnd was burled Salurdy. number of strangers attended. ed so with criminal business that it will at tbo Baptist church and at Mt. Xenia ILflVu Mnry Kmbry was sent to tbo Tho fishing party that went to tho bodiflic.ult to get any civil business Sunday. Guaranteed to be Rev. Ben Helm left Saturday for Moudnv for 17 days for nBsnulting Cumberland river has returned and re- heard at all. Hob Jones. Mary is u Stanford Importa- ports the sport as exceedingly flue. Mr. T.J. Kellems, of Roost, Bell Hazel Green to assist Rev. James M. Little in a protracted meeting. Ho will 1 ho meetings to commence at the county, was In town Sunday. Hal tion and a sure enough tonh ono. Tho newly elected ollicers of Hyan Presbyterian church Wednesday will be and Charley Metcalf, of Plneville, be absent eoveral weeks. fAkB Kr mf imisisSHiaLiks On a contract of 2,300 to reform Comtnandery No. 17, KulRhts Templar, held twice daily, vi.: at II o'clock and were down attending court last week. nru Alex Tribble, Commander; Frank 7;I5 r. :. Several visiting attorneys were here last tho town of Bowling Green, Sam Jones And to give satisfaction. The application of J. A. Royston for attending the Mcllargue case. scored 2,500 converts. This is less than Gllcher, Generalllsaimo; V. 1J Milburn, 1 a heal, tho cheapest on record. Captain General; J. M. Worrall, Trelate; druggist's licenso has been withdrawn, Sluce my Inst letter in Tuesday's paF. Durham, Sanlor Warden; M. F. as his failed to produco tbo per of last week two more men have Com. Gnz. ,T. Mr. A. C.Sino was elected a delegate Hulet, Junior Warden; J. II. Thomas, necessary certificate. been sentenced to the penitentiary. About all one hears discussed on our They are J. M. E. Baker, for tho murder at tho Transylvania Presbytery recently Treasurer; II. G. Sandifor, Recorder; W. J. W. Flow, streets now is tho saloon question. The of his uncle, Dan Baker, near Fiat Lick, in session at Burnside to the General Ab J. Davis, Standard-bearer- ; ; C. It. McDowell, coming fight promises to be ono of tbo this county, almost three years ago, and sembly which will convene at Macon, ers, hottest ever held in Garrard. Sam Mcllargue, for killing W. II. Sad- Ga., on May 19. Warder; Frod Harris Sentinel. Sunrise prayer meetings have been Casey Owsley, of Centre College, was dler, nt Corbin in February, '02. Baker Circuit court since Thursday nt noon: John Greshnm's adm'r vs. L. & over Saturday and Sunday to see his was tried in Judge Bojd's court here inaugurated in Lexington by Dr. Stuckey Most Jf. It. 0., peremptory Instructions for de- mother. Mr. 0. C. Stormcs continues to last year mid was sentenced for life, but but they are not very popular. fendant. In this case John Gresbam, a improve and will soon bo out. his attorney, Col. D. K. Rawlings, had peopln prefer to do their praying at night A new crossing is being laid between the decision reversed in the court of ap- and their sleeping in the morning. small boy, was killed by tho road at A crank preacher at Oakdale,Tenn,, New Stock and Lower Prices than ever offered offered here before. Junction City. For burning his house the Miller Hotel and McRoberts' store. peals nud a new trial granted; this timo through sparks from a locomotive It. II. We understand that wheu tho timber, he was sentenced for only two years. was stopped in the middle of a disgust- Sec our stock and get prices. We can then convince you that C. Mitchell obtained $3,175 from tbo L. etc., being used on the new buildings is Mcllargue was given 15 years, but it is ing harangue and given Cve minutes to A road. Tho capo will ro to the court of removed, the public square will bo cov- thought ho will get a now trial. He is shake the dust of the town from bis appeals. J. M. Meyer, Ac., v Chan. II. ered with new rock. It certainly needs quite a young man and had a good char- feet. He absquatulated with several MeDowell'a adm'r, to break said McDow. It. minutes to spare. acter and there is considerable sympafWa will, continued; Jas. II. Brand vs. The members of the band feel high thy for him. The Methodist Episcopal Church Our stock is complete and immense. All kinks of Dress Goods too (South) Board of Extension has made numerous to mention are now on our counters. Calicos, Danville and Perryvllle Turnpike Co., ly complimented by the presence of six 4 c. A FAR! AND TRADE ITEMS. assessments on tho various conferences few more straw hats sold formerly at $1.25, now go at peremptory instruction in favor of deft. handsome couples from our neighboring 35c. An elePlaintiff will ko to tho court of appeals. town of Stanford on the evening of their John Rout sold to Smith, of Fay to tbe amount of $100,000 for use by the gant line of Ladies' Slippers just in. Children's and Boys' Suits from board next year. The Kentucky Con- 80c to $9 per suit. Come and get a pair of Lee, conspiracy to commit arson, concert. Col. Walton, editor of tho Kate ette, a combined gelding for $200. trial in progress Monday at noon. was among tho numJournal, Holdain & McClure bought in Rock ference is assessed $2,8S0 and the Louisber nnd received quite an ovation at the castle a large bunch of butcher stuff at 21 ville $4,290. LONION, UUREL CUNTY. A very dastardly deed was perpetraconclusion of the performance. From to 3c. Seminary went the attention shown him he must have Wool. I want to buy 100,000 lb, ted near Maysville. As Rev. T. B. Cook They are strictly Bed Sets, Lace Curtains, fcc. In fact The pupils of Monday on a plcnlclng ex- felt somewhat like Artemus Ward when or more of wool. Will pay highest mark- and wife were returning to town late at we can sell you any thing you ask for. Come one and all and get to Altamont night two persona rode up to their bug- prices and if we do not sell you we will he said no family should be without et price. A. T. Nunnelley. cursion. do you good by giving you gy and threw two buckets of filth on him. The fastest three trotters thoj get of Col. It. C. Ford passed through hero pointers. Always The gospel temperance meeting at any one sire are Sunol 2:0SL Palo Alto them and left without being recognized. Friday on his way to Manchester. He Mr. Cook Is a Methodist preacher and is the Christian church Sunday evening 2:0Sj and Arion 2:10, all by Election-eerIn New York. had been here. Deputy Collector Charles M. Ran- was attended by an immense concourto Will give you the top of the market. After this Some one with a fever for figures Eggs, butter, &c. James Morris shipped to the Louis of people. Tho church was filled to Its dall is In Pulaski county attending to utmost capacity and the interest in the ville Packing Co. three car loads of 210 has calculated that if, when Judos be- we will give away to every 20th purchaser the amount of the pursome government affairs. pound hogs purchased at Gs. Midway trayed Jesus for 30 pieces of silver, each chaser to Si, whatever it may be, for 30 days. You will find us at Tto case against James Barnard, who meeting was manifested by tho closo at piece valued at 3 cents, 90 cents in all, the old stand in Rowland. up uud robbing tention given to the speakers. The pas- Clipper. was accused of beating Frank Medlin, of Harrisburg, 111., that Bum had been put at 4 per cent, Pat Casey, has been reversed by tho tors of the Methodist, Presbyterian and has a cow that has just given birth to 15 the year following, It would now court of appeals, Barnard was convict- Christian churches wero the speakers The W.O.T. t weroout in full force, well developed calves. Thirteen of them amount to $207,333,000,000,000,000,000,-000,000,000,000,00ed at the last circuit court nnd given one This amount put in and tho determination to mako a vigor- are still alive. year in the penitentiary. At Charles Railey's sale of saddlers gold would make a solid globe as largo D. B. CAMPBELL. K. U AUSTIN. who was indicted ous light against the movement to reHenry Masterson, as 17,000 such planets as the earth. ago for attempting to rob a open saloons was clearly manifested by In New York, 30 head brought $21,453 several years an avcrauo of $701.50. They were all Tho next session of the Lincoln train at Hast JJernstadt, was captured tho speakers and audience. Fri- Kentucky horses. The concert at tho County Meeting will be and brought here Friday by Col. Hill The Advocate says that W. L. held at Crab Orchard Saturday, May 20, day evening by tho Lancaster cornet .Strinoer. who has been cone from hero & band was well attended by an apprecia- Caldwell fc Co., will exhibit their mag with the following programme: some time hia own pelf nificent jack at the World's Devotional Exercises Jos. Severance, Office and stock room cor. Main Tho miners on the I.. A N. south of tive audience, that manifested its apand Somerset st.; warcroom, paint proval by unstinted applause. All the Fair, for which they have refused $1- ,- Jr.; 10 o'clock. including Altamont had tome nnd and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. Welcome Address J. B. Briney, Jr ; with tho operator as to parts wire well rendered, each member 300. says that 10:15. The snaring in tlie Honors ol the evening. thereto for the uext twelve months latt S35Q for a ill Response Jos. Ballon; 10.30. week, but the miration was settled to The clarionet playing of Mr. Geno Col' W. O. Owsley has refused ly colt recently dropped. It is by Red Address, Heroism C. E. Tate; 10:30. of the operators and us lios wsa n pleasant and unique feature the satisfaction A specialty. tfSrSign Work, artistic and plain, -- a We guarantee Address- -. W. E. Ellis; 11:03. of tho performance, while the cornet was Squirrel and out of a Hurst's Vermont outsiders. work to give satisfaction. The Aim and Agencies of Our Work-Mi- lton A share of patronage solicited. Mr. A. K. Dyche, editor of tho Fcho, charming in the hands of Mr. C. C.Cook. marc. Bring me your Wool U'anteii. W. 1). Penny, of Stanford, rendered Elliott; 11:23. had the misfortune to break his bteain Dr. CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. Appointment of committees; 11:30. valuable assistance on the baritone, nnd wool and get the highest market price. press Thursday, when about I want it and will buy it if you will give DINNER. of his edition had b;en run oir. He will Mr. F.d Buchanan won many encomiums Win. Morelaud, Devotional Exercises R. G. Frank; almost the whole of his for his fcervices as director. Lancaster me an opportunity. have to ship " Ky. 1 o'clock. cylinder press to Cincinnati for repairs. has just reason to be proud of her baud. Stanford, The Woodford Sun notes sales of The Field and its Needs -- J. G. LivingThe freight ulouo on it will cost him several hundred lambs nt lie forJuue, ston; 1:15. Farmers whoso potatoes have not over $70 and it will be about four oje for July and 5e for August. J. A. Miscellaneous business, 1:15. weeks before tho paper can come out, as been rotted by the wet, cold weather, CinReport of committees. Adjournment. Is a misfortune both to the because they have none planted, belong Cohen shipped a car load of hogs to usual. This Song services conducted by J. M. Si and the editor, which tho writer to the ancient society of "1 told you so." cinnati, which t09t him 6c. public Will I find such and such an article? is a question that you often hear Linger, Elmer Railey's entry iu tho bold. Tho apple crop of northwest Misregrets. Mr. Dyche iH n good man any Kentucky Derby, won the distillers' asked. To ev orK gnll, who married ine way, if it wasn't for his unreasonable souri and northeastern Kansas will be stake at Lexington Saturday in l:5Sj. Mr. Hymen, is to be congratulated on an almost total failure. Ice froze in that ideas about politics. vicinity Thursday night to a thickness The talent caught it severely in tho neck, finally landing in the, matrimonial net names of somes of tho of nearly hslf an inch and great damage as he sold very low iujthe pools. tbe god of marriage himself. Hero are tho Madison county stock A State Secretary of tbo Young MeL's statesmen that Mr. Cleveland has found was done to the apple and peach trees dealer tells tho Register that hogs will Christian Association, II, E. Rosovear, and given oillcc: Many of them for you we give a partial list of which wero already in bloom. bo worth 10 cents by feeding'timo next failed to arrive in timo to hold tbo serHon. Hoke Smith, Oeorgla. Tho Elizabetbtovvn News says that fall and that cattle will bring more than vice advertised for the Methodist church, Hon. Dink Bctts, Georgia. peaches, apples and pears passed thro' any previous year for a long while. Kentucky. Hon. Posey B.ill,of but was on hand Sunday afternoon, the season without being the least bit Cant. T. A. Elkin has received from when a good crowd greeted him at tbo Hon. Joshua Jump. Terro Haute, Iud. damaged, and of these varieties of fruit E. Woodall, of Altamont, two richly Baptist church. After an address on Hon. Nash Buncombe, Florida. on all Muldraugh'.t Hill there could bred mares to bo bred to. his stallion, the objects and aims of tho Association, DRESS GOODS: Wool Dress Goods in all the new shades and Hon. Plunk Rickey, Tennessee. hardly bo found a bitten bud. Tho grow Directed. Mr. Woodall saWiMr. Elkiu's 23 young men signified their intention to weaves; China Silks, Challtcs, French Hon. Tad Beaxley, Arkansas. ers are very jubilant, as they think the Ginghams, Sattcens, Organwith the movement and they Hon. Pod Dismuke, Georgia. danger period is passed and they are "ad" in this paper and showed his good dies, Dotted Swisses, Plain and Figured Pongcss, Lotos Cloths, BelHon. Budd Dodds, North Carolina. confidently predicting another crop equal "boss sonso" by breeding two'.of his best will meet at tho Christian church next fast Lawns, and nearly every other kind of Cotton Goods made. mares to this fine horse. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock to take Hon. Potsdam Sams, Louisiana. if not larger than that of 1SSS, which was Beazley Bros. fc Hays have contract- further steps towards organization. Prof. We carry a better line of Trimmings than you usually find, such as Hon. Rhine Opftz, Ohio. tho largest ever grown in this section. ed with Xelson Rowland, the great sad P. W. Johnson will preside. Tho Chris- Silks, Velvets, Guimp in Black, Tinsel Hon. Absalom .Milkweed, East Tenand Gilt, &c. Tho folding bed camo near getting dle horse man, of Lexington, to handle tian church was filled Sunday night to nessee. HOSIERY for Ladies, Men Children and Boys in Hermsdorf, in its work again the other night, with their splendid saddle stallion, Silver hear addresses from J. B. Davis, of Hon. Ohark Button, Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Tribble, of Rich Tip. Mr. Rowland will take him in hand and Mr. itose ve.tr on the import- Peerles and Silver Crown, Fast Black. Arts You GoisoV If so get posted mond, as tno victims. v uile tuey wero June 1 and will himself exhibit him at ance of the Association and CORSETS P. D., Warner's, Warner's Waist, Centujy, Tricora, the grand ahead and go the best way. Tho World's sleeping in one of of those snapping con- our fair, the Danville fair and other fairs work it is doing. Mr. Rosevearis a good French Strip, Silver and Thompson's Glove-fittinFair opens May 1, and from tbo South trivances it closed on them. Mr. Trib- iu this section. speaker nnd scored somo excellent points Our Shoe stock is complete. The expression of every one is that and Southern Ohio, the routo via C. II. ble managed to extricate herself, but she Mr. J. II. Miller returned Satur for tho organization ho holds so dear to A D. oilers the most advantages both In bad to call for help to get Mr. Tribble dav from a our Carpets arc the prettiest line they ever saw. stay in Irwin bis heart. He refuted the idea beld by comfort and pointa of interest. The C. out of the jaws of the snapper. and Ware county, Ga., whence he went some that tho Association was a draw H. & I), in connection with tbo Motion for Hon. back to tno churches and proved that Isidore Bonheur, brother to tho fa- with mules. He sold a d is the only line running Pullman between mous artist, Rosa Bonheur, has designed J. S.Owsley, Sr., at $92; a car for S. H. members of it made tbo most active and trains with dining-carCincinnati and Chicago. Tho unequall- and executed a handsome bronze statue Shanks at $100 and a car that he bought earnest members of the church of God. ed service of this route has earned for it of a French trotter, which will be offered at $164, 96 in all. Trade he says was fair He showed by statistics that of the 0 the tftle of tho "World's Fair Route." for the finest collection of French trot- all tho time he was there. young men in Kentucky less than Purchase tickets via the C. II. & D. For ters shown by oue exhibitor at the Co-- Win, Moreland bought of P. C. San 25,000 are church members and over rates, and full information call on or of hogs for 1 to July 15 250,000 are not habitual church-goer- s. dldge a It address any 0. II. & D. agent or E. O. lumbian. Bell, now nt tho delivery nt 6c: of Hiram Johnson 100 is the purpose of the Y. M. O. A. to McCormick, G. P. & T. Agt., "World's The Liberty Fair Route," 200 W. 4th, Street, Cincln-nat- World's Fair, was in use from 17oo to stock ewes for August delivery at $3 50; change this deplorable state of affairs, 0., Send 20 cents in Btamps to tho 1S33, just a hundred years, when it was of Etnuiott McCormack a bunch of 1,000- - and it is fast doing so. Youth is emlatter address and receive n panoramic cracked whilo being tolled on the occa- pound cattle at 31c. He Bold to J. S. phatically the time to make lasting imview, five feet long, of Chicago and the cattle at pressions for good or evil. Men rarely World's Fair, showing relative heights sion of the death of Chief Justice Mar- Owsley. Sr., a lot of of bulldings,Ac. 4c antl to E. W. Lee, of Boyle, a bunch become religious after 30 years of age and shall. New stock, styles and shades. shoats at Glc. From 1SG5 to 1892, a period of 27 of s the census shows that about A Loader. Flying Jib, 2;05J, is the fastest pacer of the criminals who till our jails are Since lt firit Introduction, Electric Hitteri ha years, the public debt was reduced from Balnea rapidly n popular favor uuiil now it is $2,S07,283,l)37.53, an almost inconceivdescended from Alexander a Abdallab young ineu under 27 years old. The Aspure medical tonka and clearly In tho load anion nothin which pcrmltilli ably largo sum, to $931,710,346, This was in the direct male line; Roy Wilkes, sociation is accomplishing great good evit It mcoeuued a uioaabccraKO"-inloxicaniGeorge Wilkes; erywhere and it is to bo hoped that a perthe best and purett medicine for all ailments of at a rate of more than $02,000,000 a 2:07i, the fastest from ' Liver and Kidneys. I will cure Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, he Stomach Patrick, 2:141; tho fastest from Volun- manent organization may be effected year. St. Sick Headache, Indiseitlon,. Conitlpation and Mrs. Braman, aged 102, died at teer; Wilkie Russell, 2:15, the fastest here, whoso influence will be felt thro' U Ive Malaria from the sjstcn. Satisfaction Landreth's Garden Seed at with each bottle or the money will be rerecontly. The from Woodford Mambrlno; Willard M., time and eternity. funded, l'rlce only 36 cents per bottle. Sold by Georgetown, Mass., A. K. Pcuoy, DrussUt. church placed 102 roses on her coflln 2:14, the fastest from Mambrlno Patchen; s m Six lives were lost by fire in a tene- Buildings cover a nnd tho public Bchool 102 pinks. Her Flowing Tide, 2:14i, and Mary Chimes, Tho World's Fair ment houso in Burlington, la. fastest from Electioneer. life had been one of great usefulness. New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. 2:14, the ground space of 240 acres. Dr. Fayette d AFFAIRS. court-hous- e I work-Lou- ho Cor-be- lt PERFECTLY SAFE. "pill-roller- " W. H. WEARE1M CO. Sword-bearer- NEW : HOUSE, WE ARE THE LEADERS. OUR DOUGLASS OR BUELL first-clas- In-tkri- ou SH0LS, . well-kno- BRING US TOUR PRODUCE. 0. STEPHENS & KNOX. court-hous- e NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL AUSTIN", Fro'rs. two-year-ol- d Record-Homestea- d House Painting and Paper Hanging i two-third- B WHERE : well-poste- d WHAT WE : KEEP. Dan-vlll- o, g. four-mont- hs' car-loa- d vesti-bule- '. s SDVBiBAWCEi & SON. 300,-00- SEASONABLE GOODS. car-loa- d i, WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. 1,300-poun- d 110-poun- nine-tenth- alteratlvea-coliUiinl- nB ; fjuar-antee- d Wo B McMOBEROrS, Wiii Avl' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Pulaski county has bought a poor The great World's Fair opened yestpr-daClevehouse tarn of 187 acres on tho Mt. Verwith much eclat. President land and party wero on hand and after a non road live miles from Somerset for y A Iff. 1 "3- - Dun's traue review notes a lavorauio generally by Presitho rest. Tho sreatshow dent Cleveland's decision in monetary blast, though exhibits will be ndded all along. Thousands of fakirs aru already matters. Edwin Booth did not dio when we an hand and Buckera will bo played for said ho would, but yesterday's dispatchall they are worth. Tho hotels Bcem to have organized into a body of bilks, judg- es were to tho effect that ho could live ing from the circulars they nro sending but a few hours. FRIX3A."3T. Bee-Hi- ve Clifford Hyan, of Springfield, Ohio, We out. When you go, as everybody will, cigarette smoking. died from excessive weeks. We Mrs. Lolla Small Jackson, daughter don't forgot to keep your weather eye The day before ho took sick ho smoked skinned and your hand on your pocket-booof Sam Small, the editor and ox evange There will be smooth and taking 7S without stopping. list, has created aeensation at Knoxville Annie Burre was awarded $7,500 will be able to 0 individuals there that by suing a gambling firm to recover damages against Dr. J. G. Stivers nnd his her husband had dropped with it. deceive tho very elect. Forewarned is wife for cruelties practiced upon tho Under the laws of the State she can do forearmed. Keep cool and under no circumstances allow yourself to get rat- child in his employ. eo, if she is able to produce the proper Goods, President Cleveland is alleged to proof. Jackson is a son of the late pres- tled. Low have said that he will not call the extra Goods before ident of the E. T., V. & G., who left him AcconniNQ to the Louisvillo Critic, session of Congress till some time beMost young men do not Senator Lindsay is playing a large fortune. fast and loose tween Sopt. 1 and 15. realize the value of money that comes to with tho applicants for surveyor. Ho en Florence Nightengale, who used to them so easily and young Jackson soon dorsed Col. Welch; Spalding, of Marion, charm immense audiences with her developed into a sporting character and claims that he promised to sppport him melodious voice, is living at Leathhurat, was known as a "high roller." The and now the rumor is published that he Derbyshire, aged 73. old adage that a fool and bis money is will see that Col. J. Stoddard Johnston Mrs. Anna Potter spent $9,000 on soon parted was exemplified in his case is appointed, if a certain man will release We We her cauipaigu for the mayoralty of Kan- Give and lie had soon, in tho language of the him. If any or all of this bn true, tho sas City, and received 20 votes, of which sports, "dnmped" $40,000. During the Senator is moro of a vascillating character wero cast by women. 5 time he was playing bo high he mot Miss than we think ho is and needs to stiffen Tho members of the Rbodo Islaud Small, under peculiar circumstauces. He his spinal column with crinoline or some- Legislature get but a dollar a day during had an engagement with a young lady to thing of the sort. service. They do uot stay in eeBsiou go driving, but was so intoxicated when long, it is needless to add. we Mice he went for her in his rig that she refusAfter wrestling all day Saturday with Rate cutting to the World's Fair has We ed to accompany him. Miss Small, who the bill to prohibit Italians and others begun by both:Eastcrn and Western was present, said sho would go if intro- from taking bears along the highways roadBand all roads seem nuxiouu to duced. The introduction was given, of the grand old Commonwealth, and smah all rale agreements. Jackson made love to her at once and in failing to pass it, tho Kentucky Legisla T.iHn fieonre Koebler, of Cincin a few days they were married. He did ture was not too fatigued to accept an in- nati, struck a match to a can containing not, of course, prove a model husband vitation to attend the Lexington races We to S'C. See about ten pounds of powder. hveu his and the truth of another adage was in a body. When they go up and We parents did not know him afterwards. shown. She has made her bed hard invest that $o a day they haven't earnThe number of persons known to and she must lie hard. We feel the ed, it looks like a charge of obtaining have been killed by the cyclono in compassion for a woman who in- money under falso pretenao would lie Territory Tuesday night exceeds nocently becomes the wife of that most against them. 75, while over 200 others were injured. detestable of creatureB a drunkard but George Henry, who was charged Caetoomst Kkkk, of tUe Louisville when a girl enters such a union with a Woods 53 with being implicated in tne uuver S. T. Harris Bold to E. P. full knowledge of what she is doing there Commercial, one of the roost gifted men tragedy, has proved an alibi, and Alex 2C0 pound hogs at 0c. can be but littlo sympathy for her. This in the businesis making life unpleasbought Thomasaon, also accused, has been disB. F. Robinson, of Garrard, one has sowed the wind. Henceforth ant for Emmett Logan, of the Times, and Logan tries to get even with him by missed. West End a car load of butcher in the she will reap the whilwind. The Standard Oil Co. has at last se- stutl at2l to 3c. printing his name Cur. The cartoonist Oil Co., Tho Confederate monument, which The Louisville Times does not mince has gotten tho massive brow and tho no cured control of the Manhattan only rival the Standard ever had. wafl erected by the women of Vickt.burg, meetless massive feet of tho distinguished the its words, but speaks right out in is valued at His entire interest in" the foil in ing "charging, currente lingua, that Mr. editor down to a fine point, but the face Tho property transferred Miss., in memory of those who city during tho late war, clerk of the city court, has and features aro not up to Mr. Kerr's $15,000,000. J. Sel Miller, defeuso of that The Mississippi river has reached a hns been unveiled. been paid by the gamblers Bums of usual correctness. stace at St. Louis that threatens a disas money for which the only consideration The Women's Christian Temperance What fools these mortals be, to bo trous flood. A broak occurred in a levee Union of Detroit have been diHcussing was immunity from the pains and pencity, flood s alties the law prescribes for the offenso sure. It is silly enough ior tho Irish to on the Illinois side, above the the advisability of instituting proceed-lugof tho village of but it is the hicht ing the farms and part man for treating his be libelous, the kiss the blarney-stonof gambling. If this against a cirrus carrying temperUp of blooming idiotcy for eeusible Ameri- Brooklyn. party libeled knows his remedy." horses to beer. This is The United States Government ance reform exceedingly far. Aud- to the hour of goinp.to press, however, we cans to get so enthusiastic and patriotic profit on tho told tho people of had not heard of Mr. Miller rushing fran- as to press their lips to tho old Liberty Clears $1,000,000 a year -S- am Jones Chicago comes Bell, as many of them did at Chicago on New York postofiice. tically around demanding an investigaPaducah that they aro mostly liars, hypnext with an annual profit of $2,500,000 thieves, drunkards, Sel's Bilence in its arrival. tion. Iu fact tho gallant and then Boston and Philadelphia with ocrites and stingy old church devils who Ho touchingly eloquent. the matter is Mrs. Potter Palmkh drove a golden he evidently knows when it is best to saw nail into the women's building at Chica- $1,300,000 each. are all hellwnid bound, and says that Mrs. L. E. Finney, of Huntsville, wouldn't live in the town if they would wood and say nothing, but if the courts go Saturday to signalize its completion. ncrseu iy giv . do their'duty his oflicial rottenness will The fact that she did so without mash- Ark., has d stinmustieu him a deed to It. And still the peo ing birth to five girls within 11 months. ple crowded to hear him nnd paid him be brought to tho light it deserves and ing her fingers goes to show that she is May sho became the mother of two his punishment fixed accordingly. large sums to bo abiiHod. a remarkable woman in more ways than Last and a fow days ago she presented her for beauty and pense. husband with triplets. There have been numerous nnd sunProf. James J. White, for over 30 A NUMisER of his friends have suggestdry imitators of Jack thu Kipper, Jack of Greek at Washington the Hugger and others, but Saginaw, ed to Harvey Helm, Eeq., that ho be- years professor TC mretini? of the ttockholdcrs of the and Leo University, and widely known TuVncr-- innml McKinney & Coney'. M i I u Mich., ie the first place to develop a come a candidate for tho Legislature and v tie. Ami ask a continuance of the patronage extended the firm of classical scholar of Ilfccins veritable Kate tho Kitser. A young he is thinking favonbly of doing so. Ho as an educator and 6: aiiArsdale. and will make it to the interest of others died Saturday nt his to trade with woman, said to be a vision of loveliness, is most worthy and capable and the In- high attainments, me. The books and accounts have been transferred to me Va. 'S ing )ear, - -- and I will darts out of dark corners and kisses terior Joi'rnal will be glad to seo his home in Lexington, forced two negro continue the latter with all who desire. A brakeman young men as they pass, whether they ambition gratified. Clothing, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless, of cost to close ' tramps to jump from an L. k N. train, want to or not. They usually want to, ' Mr. Cleveland jammed his head near Lebanon Junction, wnno u was out stock. of Saginaw though, and the population .A ih. stockholder of the by young men acainst the top of the carriage ho was running and they fell under tho wheels. i is being daily increased entering at New York, causing the blood Both wero badly injured, one having who long to be encircled in the lovely to flow freeljybut as it is pretty hard it his legs and an arm cut off. armB and feel the swet imprint of the did not hurt him much, and ho is too Happy Medium was 22 years old offers for the "ATllKKrOKI). Pr.. lipB of the mysterious but lovely creatsensible to let anything make him have iw.n l.ocire.l Nancv Hanks, 2:01, and WE SKLL ure. the big head. Deceive 21 when he sired Mascot, 2:01. It does not fall to the lot of many Tun president is bigger Joe Bassott was two years old when he a attraction at Bired Johnston, 2:001, and Tom Hal 23 men to be honored with oftice of imporof the Stanford .V A meetine of the stockholder tant character as loug as hrs Senator Chicago than the Fair. Nearly the whole when he got Hal Pointer, 2,01. Morrill, of Vermont. He has just cele- of the vast crowd drawn to the opening Three negroes, suspected of robbery, 83d birthday and is still en- yesterday came to see the man of destibrated his wero strung up by n vigilance committee joying mental and physical vigor to an ny. And all who saw him saw a man in near Leitchfield, until onoconfessod that unusual degree. Mr. Morrill was elect- every sense of the term. one of the other two committed the robed to Congress in 1S.5 and since then Harry McChkicht hs retired fiom bery and divided the proceeds with him. placed in jail. has held a Beat in the Lower or Upper the Shelby villo Sentinel, having sold his Tho threo were then A HustotmlU If he lives to The stockholders of the Stanford .. House continuously. Greenville, Tenn,, three young election Nar will hold their interest to Win. A. Wallwork, who will Turnpike Road a cousin, were lor a President Co. Hoitm o, his present term he will have complete Canary and Mocking lh'rd Cages, Hanging baskets, Flower ami men, two brothers and with its original owner, Mr. John P. ?atur.lay Crocks i.n..f T.nninvllc. it JI. J F. CASH. I'i in served 30 years in the highest law makdrowned by tho capsizing of a new skiff May, 1893 New stock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Prices run it on its former high Btaudard. reasonable. ing body in the world, the United States a trial. Two could they were giving Senate. Legislative. have escaped, but sacrificed their lives The Senate pifsed the Louisville in attempting to save the tmru. . Db. John 1). Woods, member of the . r .1. .in. I tirtlilf r ol Knob l.uk, he The town of Cisco, Texas, was near-lTri..vlil? Turnpike Co w.l. lor Legislature from Warren county, is uo charter over the Governor's voto LM to S. P in. McCiirmacks May Mil. IV entirely destroyed by a cyclone Sat- .1 II. II. KING. lor the entuinz iln- - cl!icer hog, neither does he want the earth. His (KOKOK II. 1'KKWITT. dead bodies were year J .JO I lt.l'rc. NEWSY NOTES. urday. Twenty-on- e lost IS mouths at experience for the 100 were taken from the ruins and over Frnnkiort has cured him of further de The Second National Bank of Colof the people are s injured. and he has decidsire to be a umbia, Tenn., has failed. without homes and help is needed, The doced not to stand for , MORELAND, KY., efThere are 5S applicants for the five theitocliliotdei of the The annual mcetinB The Uolcomb law-- which takeH llo.il Co Kir inr tor is deservedly popular everywhere, is collectorships in Kentucky. We have opened up a nice line ol f. provides that every Manloru ol a HalU Gap Turnpike ol iirucior for 1'resideut and, Hoard fect in Ohio July 1. election held in high esteem at home and could 1,. drill at leeer'a " r. Mrs. X. P. Cobb,. of Madison, was retailer of cigarettes in that State shall the ensuing y" on" BUCceedjhimBL'lf, but the averIh, ..M"K.N?,vei' no doubt More In Stanford struck by lightning and killed. pay a tax of $100 per annum and every at 2 p. m. age per diem drawer at Frankfort has llesh-pot- a James Lilian!, of Mercer. lost his wholesale dealer a tax of $300 per an- of enjoyed the last pull at the ... . ii.,,.,.Kl.. or Mm Kami' limn ' . . t. fctable, two horses and three mules by num. uoin cuiiet-w..r u r..iu ajjui t.isn r.. ..1 office he will ever have. iur uicbc goous oougiic tiiciii where we could get fire. with tho real estate taxes. the most' for the least money. I lard ware was bought in car load lots, of journalism is estab'Ihennnuul uieetmi! lor " 'cI1,10,J., ? Philip D. Armour, tho Chicago Mr. Hokk Smith, secretary of the in. curiosity which enables us to make very low prices. Hascs of steel t.i ...1 iL.nnl nf Directors National nails S 2 per he r, .ll the heldSaturday KintMuy. i&aI. keg, do. wire nails $2.30, coal oil ai tht become as famous as M'. meat packer, employes over 1(5,000 men lished on tho top of Mt. Washington, .....ii,. terior, will m 1st 10c per gal. with all other goods in New England, Hank of Stanford Cleveland for aphorisms, if ho keeps on. and boys. the highest peak of and ..ockholder. tf$tfj.WH, y,e.. proportion has built He made the wise remark tho other day Another hotel manager at Middles-bor- o where an enterprising printer Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you has failed J. T. McLano, of tho an oilice. from which he periodically that "public offices should bo created money named, with much exclusively for the bene- Tyler House. and conducted a newspaper fit of those who do not fill them." This In tho Louisville District 0,000,000 truth, Among tho Olouus. are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. Tlieh.irehoMerofthe HininnK fork K Green enough to go alongsido with gallons of whisky has been mado iu the Probably the largest tombstone in Hlver Turnpike K.ad Cd will meet at Ware's iagood Henry Scaron the ad Saturday In May, In fc "Public Office is a Public Trust," and the last two months. the world is that of tho late Several years ttore it aMcKinncy tho purpoe of electing a Presp m for iSoj, Ga. the enauiiiK ear. G. W. McGillen. a painter, was in lett of Upson county, other maxims that Grover has laid ident and Hoard of Directors for G1VKNS, I'rw. ,, J, W down. stantly killed in Louisvillo by coming in before Mr, Scarlett's death he selected a contact with a live wire. monster bowlder, a minimum ...uuuuuu Mb. Gkoroe A. Jones formerly city 100 feet by 250 in dimensions, The Nicholasville Journal says that of granite, and an editor of tho Courier-Journdied this huge tombstone the Rush LouiBville pre6a sinco tho we were mistaken. There is no scandal and when he ' The stockholder of to meet at llranch Turnpike attache of tho Huublmtt SaturRoad Co are notified placed over his grave. there either on hand or brewing. was he fought bravely for the war, in which day in May, 1893, to elect a Board ol Directors for Eighteen months ago Tom Gay left the ensuing year. A colored girl was licensed to prac'5 Union, was elected junior O with-otice medicine at Richmond, Va. She ie his wife and children at Tifiln, , of the Kentucky Department of the Btatinc his intentions. He has just the first woman to secure such license in G. A. It. The body honored itself in His the State. returned and his only excuse for his honoring such a man. "sowing is that he hadn't finished The .tockholders of the Hustooville .V Coffey's Jim Burke and Sam Massey, both : : Mill Turnpike Read Co. will meet at lr. llrown's : colored, were hanged at Bonham, Tex. wild oats," but ia now ready to take caro oilice in Hustonvllle tst Saturday id May, 1S9J, at voted to subscribe a Louisville President and Hoard of Directors true wife received m to electa dollars in per cent, bonds for the Between 10,000 and 15.000 neoule wit- - of his family. The G. C. l.YON, l'res. Goods Warranted and a Terfect Fit Guaranteed; Give for'thc Cuuing ear. I me call. nessed the double execution. Capital. him with open arms. State ia now in full effect on business Stanford, Ky., - May 2, 1S03 speech from him nnd others ho touched a button and electricity and steam did $3,500. W. P. WALTON. The Great Glearanee Sale. have transformed our well'Stocked establishment into a veritable during the past few will EIGHT : PAGES. EVERT k. $10,-00- ECLIPSE All FORMER EFFORTS Shoes, Clothing and Gents' Furnishing And will offer our Dry pi'ices as never at such extraordinarily quoted. If you want some thing pretty and stylish in Ginghams, Mulls, Challies, &c, have them in all the new and desirable shades. us a call. have a big lot of Mens' and Boy's Spring Clothing, will include in this sale at greatly reduced prices. will take great pleasure in shoiving you our stock of Which Laces. line of to-d-ay sure economy CARPETS us Curtains, .A.1ST3D ZiyC-ATTIIfcTG-- S, urge yon attend this sale. It is can truly say: Bargain Seeker! Here's your chance. before buying. sin-rare- Ok-laho- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I Have Purchased of W. H. Higgins. e, GROCERY saloon-keeper- HARDWARE Turiipilcc Election. 1 iJ am, wis, sues, THE WHITE MOINTAIN , Turnpike Election. ".- Turnpike Election. The Gurney Refrigerator, CREAM WATER COOLERS, Turnpike Election. '"", Co-zin- e, Turnpike Election. --. v MS.T ..f McKINNEY BROS. 1 Four-fifth- law-make- r TuraipIkc'Election. 1 KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress 1 . :;- Dry Goods -- " Turnpike Election. .,-,:- Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware .... .... Clothinq I'rc-I.lc- k Turnpike Election. tVe SPTG PRBWITT. f al, Turnpike Election. ut mkmttjiht Ii lectirinf H.G.RUPLEY,- ah-son- Turnpike Election. mil-lin- n SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. 1 Msl - . a iij 'T...l. iJiaij f wf - r - TK JZfKp'Jit.. w"ftpmi'fi1p'ii'M etfWKM3 r -- riVBdlQorent pIzps Leonnrd ice chests. ver havo been found nnd tho relatives will save you zuu per cent, of your CO of the deceased are at present busy dinWarren'8. ging up every foot of ground on the bill. W. H. Wearcn & Co. Attention ia culled to Dr. H. 0. Mor- premises in their search for money. May 2, 1RI)3 (Mn'd advertisement. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. The commencement exercises of the A dispatch from Lnncastor eaya that Stanford, Ky., Millersburg Feinalo College begin May Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey Yantia cel Foil Hckt. Oillco In Interior Jour1893. 27th and cloeo on tho 31st. ebrated tho 00th anniversary of their nal building. Apply to tlio proprie is c, WAI.TOK, bub. Full corpscfConiervatorv awl Normal School teachers. Superior course In Literature, Music and tor. Oamimiell A Austin, tho new firm of marriage, huh venerable cnuplo nro aged respectively 80 and 70. Tlioy have An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues ami circulars furnished on application. painters, are beautifying Walton's Opera A chicken which sports threo well dePERSONAL POWS. 12 living children and are grandparents three-foo- t curiosity at Mr. John B. Houso and labeling it with veloped legs Is r to 30 grown men and women and aro letters so it won't get lost. Hbndbicks went to Louis Dickcraon's. Mies Alice called nnd mother by vlllo fiaturdMy. Morr rain fell in April than in tho 8 other children. They aro tho oldest A. B. Babtin has moved his eaw mill was R. M. Jackson, Eat., of London, to Marotsburg, Rockcastlo county. Wo same month for years, the precipitation couple who havo membership in the In town Sunday. - Lancaster Christian church. of IIustonviHo, latho take pleasure In commending Mr. Bastin being 7.03 inches. Tho mean temperaMiss Saimk Cook, turo was 67.3, which is below the norTho Winchester Sun says that Kou-be- n to tho good peoplo of that vicinity. guest of her elstora hero. mal. Adams, upon whoso silvery locks Mrs. Guorok Broadhus, of Madison, The advance sale of aeats for tho New the snows of 72 winters have fallen and Danks. Pnor. Hicks says that May will bo anis visltlnR her sister, Mrs. II. II. York Stars last evening was tho largest other mean month, with frosts, storms, Miss ArkleOaborn, who confesses that 1). Hoot, Jr., who is now located at for years aud the prospects A. were that she has seen 63 summers and as many Dallas, Texas, in visiting his parents notwithstanding the weather, there &c, to vex and annoy those who are springs, winters and falls, wore married to live long enough to see an anxious OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. here. would bo n good crowd. the other day. And thereby hangs a tnle. . is other pretty day. ' Miw. J. 1. Hai-i'Over 10 years ago ho courted Miss Arkie i While coupling cars in the Lexington her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Every thing in the grocery line Mr. C. D. Powell, tho wide awnxe but the course of true lovo did not run Call and sec them before buying. brake-ma- n yards Saturday night Bell Tapp, a Jones. from Rowland, had his left hand merchant who came here from Jackson, smooth and Reuben married another for sale cheap. SiiKiuir Mkniikk is moving hia ami. Kast fearfully mashed and it is feared that closed his first year's business hero Sat woman with wltom he lived happily for ly into hia nowly repairod houso on urday and saya ho sold f'J5,000 worth of many years, until the grim reaper came amputation will bo necessary. Main street. goods, every dollnrcash. along and left him a disconsolate widowMrs. Job Coitkv and hor two boys Jim Middleton will break rock for tho er. In the course of time, however, this Craio Martin and Tom Hale were great went up to Dillion Saturday to aeo Mrs. benefit of tho town for the next live sorrow was partially healed; but c. sine: V. 11. Dillion. J.N. MENIFEE dayB, Judge Carson having assessed him tried yesterday before Judge Varnon for there remained in his heart a longing A. Aon of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. misbehaving at the Nerd's Creek school-housA little $5 for being drunk and disorderly and he gentle, tender spirit to preside for some while preaching was going on. Stephens hsi been very sick with a ris- not having tho wherewithal to liquiover his destiny. He bethought himself The former was acquited and the latter ing in hia head. date. of hia first loye, little Arkiedee, and and Master MarrB was fined $10. Mrs. A. with fluttering heart and trembling Btep Ladies. As agent for tho Lexington spent a few days with Mrs. J. M. Sibold . A dispatch from Lexington he sought her out. Little Arkie had reSteam Laundry I am prepared to laun and other friends. anys J. II. Swango, of Centre College, mained true to her first love. The old Mimes F.mma and Jennie Knox, of dry comforta or quilts at 'to cents; curthe convicted plagiarist, was deposed flame b were rekindled, the vows of long Itoylo, have been visiting their fcister, tains, ordinary size, 50 cents; largo size from hia throne as the king of tho Ken- ago were renewed, and now the twain Mrs. G. W. Stephens. io cents. Pleosu bring wasuing in on tucky orators. A meeting of tho Ken walk aa one down through the evening Mr. S. I. Yeauku, of Millersburg, Moudays. Jesse J. Thompson. Oratorical Associa- of life, happy in each other'a love, with tucky general agent for the I'cnn Life Insuranco Just received a lot of the best carriage tions was held there Saturday and that tho blessing of a host of friends shower Co., was liore Saturday. paints, varnishes and trimming materi- action was decided on. Swango was re- ed around them, Mrs.8ali.ik K. Simms has gono to al. All work guaranteed and promptly quested to return the medal that was Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are visit her son, Robert 12. Leo Simins, and NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. attended to. Give me a call. Shop over awarded him nt tho big oratorical conunsurpassed. wife at Tuscombla, Ala. Daugherty'a blacksmith shop test held last month. Missh Kddie Adams, of Danville, and William are visit- on Main street. John B. DeN'ardi. Alice Richardson, of Somerset, Tiik Fountain. The committee has ing Miss Mattio VanDeveer. A REI'OIITEII of the Intkrior Jovrn'AL, decided to accept tho suggestion of tho Mr. J. 0. Peters, of St. Joe, Mo., who with delightful company, attended the Interioh Journal aa to the location of .FOR. The rineit fruit belt of New Mexico. No failhas been visiting his sister, Mrs. J. H. concert of the Lancaster band at the tho fountain on Court Square, and Win ure in crops under irrigation If properly attended to. All fruits grown in California can be Kruwn Tucker, returned home Friday. court-houthere Friday night and en- Moore, of the Lexington Plumbing Co., In New Mtxlco, except oranges and lemons. to Jjo per Land from MimLai'ra Ixkian Oahteii, of Hamil- joyed it exceedingly. The boys play from whom it was bought, has arrived 0 per cent. $iCall on or acre on io years time, at addreis, ton College, spent a few days with her llnely and easily discount ours, though to put it up. It will stand a few feet up R. C. MORGAN, D. D S., Stanlord, Ky. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kd Carter. parents, the latter havo not had as much prac- the walk In front of the Dimmierar, of Uu tice. Mn. and Mrs. 'an Tho present steps will be removed and SALE PUBLICLY. isvllle, returned homo yesterday niter a one on each side of the fountain will be "Ani the rain, it rainoth every day.' erected, with pavements all around. The visit to Col. V. H. Dudderar's family. n little too work will go rapidly ahead and before OnCountyCourt DayMay 8, received a Tho April showers have-beeMr. Arnold STSumutsu his mother was dead and promiscuous and when they linger into the end of tho week tho sparkling spray In front oi Court boo at 11 o'clock I will sell cablegram that May, as they vrero doing yesterday, they will be sent heavenward. It will not publicly my House and lot containing one acre on Danville Turnpike near toll gate, alo a piano left Saturday night for her late homo in begin to create a feeling that there can only bo an ornament, hut furnish n de for sale, privately. Switzerland. H. C. ENGLEMAN.JR.. of tho K. 0., with be even too much of a good thing. Tho lightful place around which to sit durMn. M. F. Hi'I-etStanlord, Ky Covington, is spending a signal service promises a let up to day, ing tho hot afternoons that are fast apat cold- proaching. few days with his many friends here though, the dispatch reading "Fair, er Tuesday." M and at Rowland. The Piii.ncess. Walton's Opera House misforO.n account of the rain Saturday the Mrs. Henry Philips had the waa crowded Thursday night to witness We will pay cah lor country produce ol every Orders for Bread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly'-'Attendeto. Adtune to step an a rusty nail Saturday. It proposed raco between Will Hays' mare, the rendition of Tennyson's charming kind at our on Depot Avenue. We foot, causing her A. K. Hundley's roadster pierced deeply into her altu will run our v. agon regular every eek to dress. R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. little lovo story, Tho Princess, by tho V. much sullerlng. Clara V. did not come oil", but was A. M. Society of Stanford Female Col- collect same in the country. CRAIG Fc WALLS. Mr. U. N. Roller, master of trains, postponed till next Saturday afternoon lege, under the capable direction of Miss green VY. K. MEN'S AND BOY'S 1). C. Gaines have entered a has rented Mr. I. M. Hrm-o'Olivia W. Summers, art and elocution Carriage Painting & Trimming houso on lower Main and will move hia horse and Joe Kmbry and Carrol ShankB teacher, anu it was tnu unanimous ver family to It this week. will more than likely put in the speedy dict that tho young ladies acquitted I am again ready to do all kinds of Carriage R. C. KNM.EMAN, JR., has taken a po- roadster belonging to the Gentry Ilros. themselves most gratifyingly. Miss , tinting and Trimming Can be found at Dauiih sition with J. P. Crow, at McKinm-yop, ready to servo the public promptly rt Burch kustaiiied the rolo of Prince Tin; resilience of Mr. J. M. Cook, of and will handle tho lines over fcomo of JOHN II. DeNARDI, Stanford. Hustonville, caught tire Friday aud for in her usually excellent manner, while his fast trotters this year. Miss Laura McAnally was even n more aud Janus a while it looked as if it would bu Rohei'th Messrs. A defective flue was the origin. charming little Princess than tho one Davis, of Danville, were here Sunday sho portrayed. Tho lovo scene in the andnnalstoJ in organizing tho Young This is the third time within a couple of last act in which osculation nnd embrayears this house has caught ilro and each WevillDeliver ICE Every MornMen's Christian Association. time Misses Sallie and Jessio Cook have ces played n leading part, showed that runing atllc per lb. Miss Sudie 12li.hi, who has been they aro au fait in nil 'tho accomplishning a millinery at Jelllco, returned proven themselves most excellent tiro ments. Miss Flora Ballon is u natural In Manlord and Rowland and by 50 lbs. aoc per JUST IN lighters. They were both on tho roof jo lb. and 100 lb 35c per 100 lbs. We aro very homo yesterday with Miss Sallie Kllis, actress and as Lady Blanche won addi- thankful lor past patronage and respectfully the last time when tho neighbors arriy lis continuance. who has been on a visit to her. Miss Jennie Sumtional encomiums. MRS. JANE BARROW .V CO. IS elneicnt mail ed to lend a hclpini; hand. Mil T.J. Boslkv, tho mers was a very lovely Lady Psyche; messenger on this division, has resigned StitVKD Him Hk.iit. Tho Advocate Miss Susan Baughman as King Gamn to accept a paying position In Indianapo says that Al Brackett, a would-b- e funny both looked and acted her part well; IIh, which place was tho home of his man, called the foreman of the grand Miss Mary Bruce made a capital Florian; wife, jury to tho door and said "IDan me Miss Mattie Hopper was very amusing rvi, i K. Hum. who has been in fifty cents, Humphrey, want to buy a as Cyril, while Miss Glenn Bibb aa Ipsi, FOR CASH FOR Bristol, Tenn., for several months, has The sherill' was instructed MiBi F.thyl Beazley aa Melissa, Miss is tho guest of his daugh- to take Mr. Brackett before Judge Nora Moreland as Violet, and the other returned and 10 DAYS ONLY, ters. Mrs. Niinuel M. Owens and Miss Saulley aud explain the case to his young ladies presented their roles very Glenn Bibb. honor. J he Judge ordered Mr. lirark- - acceptably. During the performance Pme-villMISSL1CCIE HEAILLY'S, Mu. J. J.Giiwon and wife, of hours for con Miss Nora Moreland sang a couple of ott to jail for twenty-foStanford, Ky with their daughter, Miss Annie, tempt of court. This was not so fun- solos with such aweetuess that shu was Many charming new things in New stuffs in every department. returned from ny. and Miss Dora Bingham, applauded to the echo aud made tho say at Tampa, Fla., Fri(lowers. a CRAB ORCHARD Oi'it.Mr. Hughes has just returned from recipient of many beautiful day, whero they went for the benefit of Just before the final tableau, Miss Jennie the cities with the finest and prettiest Miss Annie's health, which was much line of Bummer drees goods in wash fab- Summers sang "Ho was a Prince," in improved. captivate the audi rics of every new wervo. In cotton such a manner as to Mrs. L. S. Lou an returned Saturday and wool challies, Scotch embroidered ence and causu her admirers to shower sever-a- l from Louisville, where she has for Scotch lawns, light shades in fiowers upon her. The Stanford Gold under tho treatment of Swisses, goods months been Trimmings and wash fabrics of every style and weave. New curtains and black dress goods of Baud furnished the music between tho all wool l'h! lamed Summer Ri'sort, with Its Dr. L.S. McMurtry. Wo are glad to acts aud surprised even thoio who had new white goods, new laces, new table linens and the prettiest line of every weave. China silks, new shades is very much improved in state that Bolero jackets, .ouavo jackets, expected much, with the proficiency in Healing "Waters of velvet, and Eostful Surhealth. Suo la now at Mr. D. F. Logun'a SpringJWraps and everything new aud which tho numbers were rendered. roundings, in this county. desirable in shoes, clothing, A;c. Don't Tho entertainment was a success in Mn.J.0. Bryant orders his paper fail to examine before buying. Hughes every particular and Miss Summers aud Kvcr offered in the city. Here arc some of the prices we are offering Will be opeli for the reception ol Ems s changed from Lexington to Ashland, Jiclfast lawns 10c the performers deserved thb congratula this week: Trouville Challies 5c, Scotch lawns ...i.... i... i,,ia Wnt.l nnd opened a it Tate. tions they received on all sides. Windsor sirangs 15c, printed dimities 10 to 25c, Shanghai pongees wholesale liquor house, in addition to Foil the benefit of those who have MONDAY, MAY 15, 1893. 15c. A new line of zephyr ginghams at 10c and 15c, formerly 20c, taking charge of the Ashland IjuuI Co.'a claims against employes of tho CincinMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. dullics ever offered in this the prettiest line of satin striped property. His friends hero wish himHUC-ce- nati Southern Hallway, wo reproduce hii Hiulih and pleasure seekers will rind this gents' net shirts from 25c to $1. city. Ladies' vests from S'jCto 75c, A divorce was recently granted to a in his new field. order of tho T..S. Court with reference A beautiful line of negligee from 25c to $2. These goods are to be from a Amomi tho many who cuiuo to garnishees: "It is directed, that said woman in Paris, Texas, and live minutes AN ADMIRABLE PLACE sold. Come and examine for yourself. distance to attend tho Piluccsa Receiver do not in any caso hereafter Inter elto faced the judge with another .,. Hol-.iwore Mr. and Mrs. J. F. To recover thiir wonted health and energies and appear to or answer any garnishment man and waa married. John Hanson Craisr, known as tho at the Mine time secure nuii-t- home like fare at xi,. Ml..., Knwlaud and Misses against any of his employes but that (iUHJ, fA.D. Maggie and 12va Buchanan, Mlnmo My all claims against employes bo present- heaviest mtui in the world, and Jennie ers, Leah Stegar and Mollio Brooks, ed to the said Commissioner herein be- OraiK, the anaku eharmer, museum l'r ce of Hoard from $; to $u per week. freaks, were married at Danville, I ml. Ko further inlormation apply to Crab Orchard, Capt. T. A. Klkin and fore appointed, and that upon his GO TO- nnd The wife of David Lumpkin, a MiBsea Carrie Curry, Mattio Klkin of bucIi claim tho said receiver shall GUS HOFMANN, Cook May Hughes, Lancaster, Tildeu forthwith notify said employe and shall wealthy insurance ii(ont of Memphis, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. others, Hustonvllle, besides withhold from Haiti employe from mon- put 55,000 of her husband's money in and several THOMAS YEAGER. ey otherwise due, a sulliclent amount to her inside pocket and skipped with J. C JAMES YKACER. many from Danvillo and elsewhere. For goods at low prices. Our stock of r on a daily at that satisfy sahUclaim, and that upon order Iloren, a YEAGER, YEAGER VICINITY. CiTYAND of the said Commissioner the samo ahull place. Coleman Waters, son of Mr. and and cab- - be paid either to the said employe or to Plants kor Bald claimant, as said Commissioner Mrs. Geo. It. Waters, and Miss Sudie LIVERY, 700 AND SALE STABLE, the bage. O. J. Newland. and adjudge." All persons Hackney, daughter of Mr. John M. may direct Millinery, Notions and Shoes is complete. We have just received STANFORD. KY. R,v.AiuuBTisa screen windows and who may have claims (against tho said Hackney, were married at the Baptist an elegant line of Ladies' and Misses' Receiver, 'growing out of his operation church Thursday evening just before We are In our new stable in the Of era House doora at Wearen & Co.'a meeting, by Rev. J. W. Lynch. Block and art well supplied with Bro. of the road, and all persona who may prayer Ib horse anil norse uuw, claitns(against any employe of the Advocate. It ua have havo NEW RIQS AND HORSES Smith. Honors are even. Mrs. Lingle, of South Charleston, Receiver which should be paid out of Which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. Country produce taken peace. tho wagea of such employe, are notified 0., who has just died aged SO years, did Have been purchased and nothing but in exchange for goods. rnouts will leave the stable. large new house on to transmit the same byimail to Richard not believe in banks and kept her money For KuNT.-- Our Penning. P. Ernst, 28,'tChamber of Commerco around her in various places. Many Give Lower Main. Apply to Kpb 37 Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. boxes and cans containing gold and sil- ton, Stanford. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Onion sets and garden Beeds nt A. A. Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January 24th, 3 Manager great-grandfath- BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, THE BEST MASI. WATER ; COOLERS, FARRIS & HARDIN. via-iiln- g e De'-osed- & MENEFEE; SINE Proprietors of The Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. m Inter-collegiat- e Tho Foo Valley. Wo Carry a Full Line of Buildors' SuppliM. 'nd se Fancy Groceries,Breaii, Cakes, Pies Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, Court-House- . FOR n CALL ON R. A Good Meal ZIMIYf F.R, , THE BAKER. headi-uartcr- a Country Produce. store-roo- m for 25 Cts. ami-To- m Yea-ger- 's s Ka-si- o . CLOTHING! con-sume- d. 1TOTICEI ic-q- Special Bargains New Stock, New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. 1 SPRING NEXT MILLINERY, half-pint.- " lew Arrivals ! M o, ur two-mont- SPRINGS. Dress Goods, China Silks, Velvets, ae DRAPERIES, 6c, all-wo- st enter-tainme- .. , -- Reasonable Rates. HUGHES & TATE. no-ti- co The Cash Bargain Store Clothing, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, proof-reade- & SALE.-Tom- atoea hi SLIPPERS, first-cla- is 11 tlietn a Call. B. F. JONES & SON. TTTS' tJL, m Semi-Week- ly Interior Journil AT Li Published Every Tuesday and Friday 83.PBU YMABIN ADVANCE sWWhen not so paid The promptness and certainty of Its cures have made Chamberlain's Cougn Kemeuy famous. It is Intended especially tor coughs, colds, croup and whooping coughs, and is the most effectual Hut the i:xttrt Ilaggage Wai Too Much Tor remedv known for these diseases. Mr. C. II. Main, ol Union City, Fa , says: "I have a great sale on the Chicago Jinn. Remedy. I warrant every Chamberlain's "Wo had somo fuw Inst week," snid'tho bottle and have Cough heard nt one failing to Rive never " 50 cent bottles for sale by satisfaction dmtninor to tho hotel clerk Satunlny W.I1 McRote-ts- , Druggist, Stanford. A NICE LITTLE JOKE. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. Call at the post-ofBc- V o rooiu and see tho iro Largest and Boat Soloctod Stock IIUSTONVILLE, KY.,. Of Millinery in town, The goods and prices are his week's work was done. There is nothing t have ever used for muscular bound to please you, "Go on," suggested tho clerk encour- rheumatism that in es me asI much relief as Cham- it 10 MRS. P. T. COURTS. have been usingberlain's Pain Halm docs. agingly. for about two years, four bottles In all, as occaK.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "It was up at n station on tho Flint sion required, and always Veep a bottle olitin my food and Pero Marquette railroad, whero thero home. I believe I know a ft the thing when I getI hold of it, and Pain llalm best liniment Train uaves Rowland it 7:00 a. m., is a sawmill and n storo or two and tim- haveever met with, W. H Denny, dairyman. New at Jinp.m. Lexington, bottler ber is plenty. Thero wero three or four Mc Roberts, O. 30 centStanford.for sale by W. II. I irugglst, I have returned from the cities with a nice line L. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. of us, ono of tho party a young Chicago ol Millinery which I will sell for a small profit. was as fresh as Lako While Mr. T. J. Uichey, of Altona, Mo , was Goods left over, as fresh as this season's goods, drummer, who ... -- ..' 7 Pm Mill tram going North ill was taken traveling in ........iJ3pn Michigan. Ho was jollying everybody with cholera Kansas heHe called at a violentlystore from last season, I will sell at " " South drug morbus. x 3' P Express train ' South as wo wero waiting for a delayed train, to get some medicine and the druggist recommend- Norths .. CASH ONLY. 33 colic, unoiera ana and at last ho tackled tho man who eu Chamberlain's he concluded to tryuiarrnoea COST .... .. ..7 10 am L?cal Freight North Remedy so highlr it. The 5 3Pm Southw- the reason I do this Is to reduce ny stock checked the baggage. result was Immediate relief, and and a few doses goods so I will be able to sell out my business The Utter trains alto carry paiiengen. completely. It is mado for bowel enm " 'I say,' ho said to him, with a wink cured him nothing tna nrst opportunity. else. It never fails. The above it calculated on ttandard time. Solar at tho rest of us. cordially invite the ladies to call and examine I tret a trunk Clalntnnd McRoberts, Druggist, Staulrml. For sale 'can i at it about 10 mtnutet latter. my goods. I also solicit a share of their patron checked hero for Detroit? age. MRS. I. M. HlllCK QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. " 'Certainly, if you'vo got n ticket.' reStanford, Ky. 9 The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruises plied tho baggago man. Trains pass Junction City as follows: salt rheum, fever " 'That's all right. I'vogot tho ticket, lores, ulcers,chilblains, corns sores,alltetter, chapand ped hands, skin erup No. 1, Limited, ii:s p. m.; No. piles, or no pay requirand Special, arrive 8.40 p. m. No. J, but checking tho trunk is what bothers tions It is positively cures pvw perfect satisfactioe , guaranteed to ed. Fst Mail, ar- me.' cents per box Q. & C.Special, ti:7 "? " 'Don't worry about that, mister,' or money refunded. Price 15 Ky, m"or sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, rive 13:43 p. m., leaves 13:43 My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has Just No. 3, Q.& C, Special, 3:10 p.'m.; Baid tho simplo minded baggago man. 'I from the cities with an elegant line of mil. Ouaranteod Cure. No. 4 leaves at 6 a. m. No. 6, Limited, 3:1s a. m can check any sort of trunk you'vo got.' Imery, embracing " 'This is such a trunk as I never saw We authorii e our advertised druggist to sell you No. 8, Express, arrives 1:33 p. m., leaves 1:31 p. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, ALL, checked,' explained tho Chicago fresh. you Coughs and Colds, " 'Bring on your trunk; I'll fix it,' in are aflllcted with a upon tnis condition-nny ItLung, Of the Cough, Cold or scain, of which she will has e lull control. 'I hroat or Chest Trouble andwill use this remedy She also stated tho baggago man. engaged a according to directions, giving it a fair trial and " 'I'll bet yon you won't do it,' evpennce no benefit, you' may return the buttle We could not FIRST-CLAS- S anu have your money retuiided bluffed tho Chicago man. we did not know thnt Dr Kings "Tho baggago man replied by taking make this offer if could be relied upon. It neser New Discos ery DRESS MAKEE. free out a fiver and putting it in my hands, disappoints. Trial bottles ana at A. R Penny's Mrs. V. T Heard, who cuts by the only Parisian i. drugstore. Large sue joe and Chicago came up smiling and put Scientific Tailor System in the United States, inhis there too. Hasque, PrinIt Isn't In the ordinary way that Dr. Pierce's cluding the Seamless Gtrmeuts inLatest Fads .in cess Dresses and Waists, also " 'Wait,' he said to tho baggage man, Favorite Prescription couics to the weak and Not Skirts and Wraps. Call and examine my stock of It. It's woman who with another wink at me, 'till I go back with words merely: needsmedicine guaranteed.claims Millinery before buying and leave your order for can make any your for past favors we to the hotel and get it.' and promises. What is done with the Favorite solicitdresses. Thaukiugyou same. cure, in this: if ho disappeared, and in about 10 Prescription is money it fails to benefit or you ask "Then MAUV DAVIS DUDDERAR. is returned. Can your any minutes ho pulled up alongsfdo of the any case, proof that a medicine will do what it better platform with a team of cattle dragging promises Insieoratinir. restorative tonic, a sooth It's an tho trunk of ti tree about 2o feet long and ing and strengthening nertine, and a certain remedy for the ills and ailments that beset a woman. 2 feet in diameter at its smallest girth. kind, In"female complaints" of " 'Here you are,' shouted the Chicago pains, internal inflammationeveryulceration,periodical or and man, with a big laugh of triumph; 'bring sensations, and all chronic weakiiesM-A cream of tarter baking pow- on your check. Tins in mv irregularities it is a positive and complete cure. trunk.' woman, and to ev To every tired, der. Higest of all in leavening "I thought, and so did the rest of us, ery weak, nervousoverworked one, u is guaranteed . ana ailing strength. Latest United States that Chicago had thocountryman,aridho tobrlng health andstrenglh. Government Food Report looked it himself at first, for there was Articles to Suit the Most Fastidino use talking, ho could never get that ROYAL BAKINQ2FOWOER CO., thing into tho car, but ho got his second ous. A complete line of 100 Wall St., New York. wind in a moment. " 'All right,' ho said, smiling at the When Uaby wa alclc, we gave her CastorK A. S. drummer. Then to the man with the When shei wa a Child, she cried for Castoria. team, "Haul it over onto them hay When she became Mlsa, she clung to Cattori. SURGEON DENTIST. When she had Children, she gevethem Castoria. scales, Bill, and weigh it.' Office over McRoberts Drug Store lnthe new " 'What's that for' asked tho drum Owsley Building. mer, without a wink to any of us. Stanford. " 'Got to seo how much it weighs,' said the baggago mau quietly. 'Lowin T. r. CLAK you your 130 pounds, I should say thero r. STKAUB, JK. The beit and Urgcit piece of was about :i,000 pounds extra bnpjjacro in - TOBACCO, that trunk, and it'll cost you something over $jU to git It down to Detroit HurComplicated Watch Repairs and ..Pk ACTUAL... Ever sold on this market for ten cents is R. J. ry up, Bill,' ho called to tho driver, 'that Artistic Engraving a Specialty. Tobacco Co.VR. J R." Plumbers and Steam Fitters. train'll bo along in 10 minutes.' All goods sold engraved free of clfarge. "But Bill didn't hurry. Tho Chicago A Trial is Convincing. Goods for Dealer man paid him half a dollar for his trou- steam nd in all kinds of Iron and Ilrass kinds. All sTYour patronage respectfully solicited. water Sanitary Goods of all Sold bv W. 11. WE ARE N & CO, and KARRIS ble, yielded up his V to the green and work guaranteed against defective material and A HARDIN, Stanford, Ay. 37 guileless baggage man, nnd didn't have wisrkmansbip. anything more to say to anybody." Detroit Free Press. 82.GO will be charged." night after ho had taken his sunnor anil s MILLINERY. FOR m IS SELLING OUT v BELOW COST. ENTIRE STOCK. Now is your chance to get 1 South-boun- d Blue-Grass N-- XTct Millinery. I am selling out all my retail stores and will remain in the wholesale business only. Therefore you can get goods now at your own prices. I am Selling Out Helow Cost my entire stock of BABGAIM to) : P- - - North-boun- d J - THE NOVELTIES Clothing, Gents' : Furnishing: Goods, Hats, Shoes, Tinware, Etc.I Entire Stock f IYIustbeSoldin30Days Come early and get bargains, as I must sell out, no matter at what I don't want to be in the business any longer. Don't miss this Great Bargain Sale, as it will last for 30 days only. I mean bus incss and will sell at any price. price. XT. suf-leri- Jtttolatdy Pure bearing-dowa n BANKS THE JEWELER, riiTiT). Huatonvill. Ky. THE HEST PLACE TO MJY SHH PRICE, Watches, Clocks Wall A. R. Paper ! PENNY. NEW STOCK OF All new stock and latest designs. m Jewelry CHEWING -:- STRATJB& CO., And SILVERWARE. Rcy-aol- di 17-i- m Qinghams, Sateens, Irish Linens, WHITE GOODS AND LACES. EOE3E STOLXU. ij, f,i:n-.a.'ci..y- $40 Reward for Return ofgHorse And Conviction of Thief. On the niht 01 March sjd a HAY HORSK(7 -.ears old, heavy mane and tail, knot oil left nlnj leg, slight collar mark on left shoulder; in y condition; shows harness marks. A literal reward will be given for said horse or for information concerning him. 8 A. II FISH, Crab Orchard. ordi-uar- So Tluii .Settles Tlutt. OEALER KIN ROWLAND, KY.. HARDWARE, Ohie THE NATIONAL BUILDING SLOAN ASSN. GROCERIES, barrel-KWil- Custom will cost : ' Made CLOTSHTG Call : Shoes, our stock. GENERAL STORE, LOfiAN AVENUE, baccos and will keep a full line of these goods in stock, and all I ask of the merchants of Stanford and Rowland is to give me their orders and I ill put the goods In their houses at ractory prices. Has declared it Sovonth Annual Dividend Thanking the public for liberal patronage, 1 ask a nt 12 per com. uor annum. I ins is the coutlnuonce of same, and remain your oledlent large! net dividend that has ever been d.lar-e- d J H. HI LI ON, servant. hy any Mmllar institution dony busine In the Slate it hat out a half million dollars awets and 57-i- take couu-tr- y l RlterSalt for sale by tho produce in exchange for goods at market price I am also agent for the old reliable Itrodhcad To- Hoots and Shoes, Cigars and Tobacco. FOR LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN. Or Louisville, Ky., For Men, Youths and Children, you nothing to look. and examine It Stanford, town ' Kentucky, in THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., Has Never Had a Single Loss. Alius fuiul are secured by first liens on Impruv-i-i. In many instances the titlc are in the jvMcution until property l entirely paid for 1 hisis the larot, safest and most pneiou Association in the Slate It dues not deduct an sum whatever from dues for expeues. for particulars call on II. HELM or 1. A RICE. Local Agts . Or aililrc John II. Leather, I'rcxdent, or C. M 15 l'lnlHis, General .Minager, Louisville, Ky. rcil-e-uitd w. e. PERrcxjsrs,Ky. Crab Orchard, 9 Ahvays'sellj goods lower than anv nno else Iew stock of Fruits every Iriday. N3Dgg3 For Haiohing. Lang-bhaua- . Lo Fiance If yon wear hoopslrirts, n limited numln-- r of Mlack Ligtt llrahma Kggt for a!e from two Mabel, I won't walk on the game side of very fine pen of fowl". Orders promptly attended the street you do. ung; l.anenan $i. Send to. llrahma i $0 per La Fiancee Yon won't bo jiblo to, GEO. C KELLER, JR., in your order. 1 have for sale Stanford, Ky 3j JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, is now in my charge and I intend to conduct it so as to aot only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial trawlers and tine rooms, fur ihedisploy of samples. A.First-Clas- s 37-- tf S5ws? Bo JlUVD T(X MrAW A TTOlU'TXr u u fllJiOXLtt:IJdXN3 Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in i J. II. BAVGiniAN, FIRE AND STORM dear. Truth. Saloon A. G. Lanharo An I will open on January 10th, 1893. a First-ClaDairy, from winch 1 can supplj any quantity ol Jersey milk to tho people of Manlord and How-lan- d at the following; prices, deluered; so cents Fresh Milk, per gallon .. . .10 cents Skimmed Milk, por gallon.. 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon dally The patronage of the Iwill make two trips public Is solici'ed. O. A. I'KVTON, Stanford, Ky 1 yr. ss 91-- and BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached JOSEPHiCOKKKY. John I). Cattleman. INSURANCE AGENT Representing Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Notice to the Traveling Public. 1 have had THE SHELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one or the best saloons In the State, open day and night; a night man meets all trains. In connection with Housr have also one of the best Mineral wells in the Mati and for reference to water, call 051 Mr. and Mrs G. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Hoyd InStanford, trant. Erin, Tenn.. A. A. Warren,and Mrs. T. Dr. W. ft E, Proctor, C. II. Hraum. Mr. Hamilton. Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Johnson, Greensburg. Kates $1 pet New Haven, Jim Cox. day. J AX. I etrev. CierK.W.Hive mc a wkii Prop. . CARRIER, osoty A certain poimlnr lecturer gavo evidence of great longevity on one occasion, according to mi old lady in a New England town. At tho closo of his last lecturo in that place, as tho audience wag leaving tho hall, n gentleman remarked that it was a funny Klin of- tho tonguo which made tho lecturer say that the Pilgrim Fathers readied tho bleak New England shores 170 years ago. "Oh, well," said a little old lady, quick to furnish an excuse for her favorite lecturer, "I daro say it's ono of his old lectures, and ho forgot to change the date!' Youth's) Cpmnanion. - ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAJS MANAGERS, Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat Manchester, of Manchester, Enjj.; Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, 'Saw Mills, Huggy and Wagon Harness, baddies, iMclds, jsaied liny, I.YC. Pennsylvania Eire, .Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of NorthVAmcrica. All of which are first-cla- ss Companies. 1 would be pleased to wait o nmy friends in this line. I'ol. icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornadoes, wind storms and lightning. Lightning claus FarmersRanMTrnst OF STANFORD, KY , Co FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. esattached without additional charge. Office at First National Hank, Stanford. Is now fully organised and ready for business with Paid up Capital of Commercial McKINNKY, KY. I Hotel, Hotel at Surplus, . $200,000 Jt 000. Capital Stock- Surplus that this $200,000 20,500 Knroiirngeiut'iit. Oommerce Building, Louisville SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Strawber Old man, I'm going to take the fatal men tonight. I propose to Miss Quillcutter. Singerly Aro you going to do it in that necktie? Strawler "Why, yes, of course. Kingerly Then if bho says yes, old fellow, you may Iw sure it is a case of true love. Clothier and Furnisher. Clerk flannel? nel. Agents throughout the South. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KY. .TO. First-Cla- ss THE RILEY HOUSE Kentucky. FRANK RIMY. F. B. BILBY.lProprletor, ThePeopleot Stanford AND LINCOLN COUNTY. Thanking you for your liberal patronage for Ice lastse.von, I respectfully request its continuance during the coming season. Indeed 1 expect all to use the Prepared London, 77 Just the Name. Have you a name for this new Yes, we'll call it boys' flan- I have moved to my ne Hotel'aod am better arepareainau evii i uunaiuviui. " .. de Good Livery attached and every convenience sired. Give me a can. lil uanks, Fool Room. Ilahli-- its snarenoiaers ueing neiu their IUI.B thf ment of tha amount of therein at the par value thereof, in addition to ins Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and amount invested in such shares. It may actai am better than ever executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as V an individual. To those who entrusted their huisiness to us Accommodate while mnagintr the Lincoln National Hank of Public. Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their business special attention to Commercial Men. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' experience 11 P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. banking and as liberal accommodations as are conJOE CARSON, Manager. sistent with sound banking. i'!""--. . base bought above mentioned and have attached a Bar and PLr:""ioL,,frv.r,';r' i '.""'. ."'" ,..v,r. . n Now closing up) with the same asssts and under she same management. n'V.--: I ...T.j" .""... n'"""'7 l" innVt uv I the Attention of the public is invited to the fac is the only National Rank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but br the stockholders liability lor t. amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Five sworn statements 01 trie condition of the bask are made each yearto the United Sutes eorsrn tnent and its assets are examined ... stattd times by government agents, thus securing addilitona and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, onvinillv eitifcllah.d tha Deposit Dank of Stanford in 185S, then lied as the National Hank of Stanford in 165 and again re.organired as the First National Hank ol Stantord in iSSj, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of is years. It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic- The Directory of this Dank 11 composed ol of Stanford; Korestns,'Reid, Lincoln county; J.W. Haydeo, Stauford; S.H. BaughmanJLmcoln; M. J, Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. Manager DIKlCTOHs: W. C. HTJTOHINGS, -- "Why, that doesn't sound quite right." "Well, it will when they see how it shrinks from washing." Chicago Iuter Ocean. MANUFACTURED - ICE, J.J. Williams, J, Mt. Vernon; T. J. Foster, M Hall, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; rKoriuTOK- Livery and Feed Stable, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Having purchased or A. T. Nunnelley his business I can be found at hisoli stand ready to waiton the public at any time day or night Nothing but FIRST-CLASS liy-e- ry The Karllcr the lietter. Stuffer Mr. von Bluiner tells mo ho has given you a now centerpieco for your dining room table. Mrs. Winterbloom. Yes. It is a beauty. Stuffer (gallantly) I hope I shall have an early opportunity to see it. Brooklyn Life. First, It is made by a home For these reasons; Institution. Second, the Ice is absolutely and chemically pure, being- made from spring water, which Is first distilled and then carefully filtered before belnj; frozen. Third, Artificial Ice will hut much longer than pond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic of cholera is looked lor during the year and nothing is so apt to produce or spread tht discur as impure water or Ice, Fifth, it will be A. W. Carpenter, Miltedf tvilN; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stantord, Ky. S.H. Shanks, President. J. II, Owsley, Cashier. W.M. Bright, Teller. S.J. Erabry, Stanford;! J, S.Lynn, Stanford; T. Harris, I.lnroln; J, S. I. OFFICERS: S. Hocker, President;! Hocker, Stanford; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. W. O. Welch, SUafsrd; W. .P.Tate, Stanlord. Delivered Regularly and Punctu-al- l t your Doors Every morning at the following Prices: For For 100 -- John'J. McRoberts, Cashier; Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., AT- A. A. McKinney, AssisUnt Cashier. : TURNOUTS m shall leveroy stable and my prices will be as tow aa the lowest. "Don't forget my Stanford and Rowland 'bus line. ' "The last tiuio I saw Trotter he was deeply in love with two girls. How did ho settle the matter?" "Oh, easily enough only one would havo him." Vogue. An Kasy Settlement. Miners and shippers of the GENUINE pounds or over ...40c per hundred. Jesse Thompson's Shop, 4jc per hundred. 50 pounds to too Try it. We are the sole agents tor Stanford and For 10 to jo pounds........... Sc per hundred. There are three of the best Barbers in'the State Rowland., Otlicc corner ol Depot street and rail!. K There are also excellent Hath Rooms run in con- - road crossing. m.n ,n nnnnitt dellvprfHl. ' nection. Agent for Lexington Steam Laundry. E. I1KEMER. 6 HIGCINS & WATTS. ,oj Barber Original Jellico Coal. DK. W. PENNF Dentist. JB. Office South tidt Main street, in offic. recess vacated by Dr. L. . Huffman, Stanford, Ky. F i- w "'i ii T jiwi.- - ffPl'W3lLIW'lM "I " -- mi im,itsij.xnatirwir f a -- iMtwissi &$UKm&&1k; ' ,. ir 'S'i.i.' a. . y .W ' ' ""tf'.-iT- --: :'. 11.