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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893051601 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. ' - T7 - '" . Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxi. LONDON, Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 16. 1893. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. LAUREL COUNTY. John Iloblnaon's circiw will exhibit hero Juno lit. Goorgo HugheA, formerly of Lincoln, is seriously ill with In tic trouble. V. S. Jackson In having n foundation laid for iiia residence, which will bo a brick. Bloudell & UonklinR'n Comedy Com-pan- y will bo at Jackson'H Opera House the 18th. Lot Held has cheerfully returned from West Virginia and Hkea Laurel bet-te- r Henry Tinsloy, n son of Prebs Tins Pittsburg Saturday and was burled Sunday. It. M. Jackwin sold bin trotting stallion, JudRO Clark, to Geo. Anderson, o! Uoyle, for f !50. Judge E. 0. Owens, of Olathe, Kas., formerly of this county, Is visiting his aiany friends here. There was an ico cream supper at Saturday night for tho old post-oilthe benefit of tho kindergarten. Tho mualcalo for tho benefit of the Methodist church, South, at Mrs. W. II. Jackson's, was well attended. Tho L. & N. had about 40 hands at work making a switch from the depot to the London Manufacturing Co.'s building last wok. Dr. I). T. Hall, aged 71, and Mrs. Harah Johnson, aged 40, were married in the county clerk's otUce Friday, Kev. It. L. Kwell ofllciatlng. There are several candidates for the legislature on the republican side In this county and tho chances are that otue good democrat can beat them all. Commonwealth's Attorney W. It. Itnmsey was at home Sunday from where he was attendina court. He says there have been S convictlonsso far this term. A petition has been filed with the county clerk, with 13S signatures, asking that tho county judge order an election at Pittsburg, this county, on July 15 to Bee whether or not they shall contlnuo to sell liquor there unlawfully or legally. Mr. Mack Baruett, who has been J. T. Brown's salesman for a number of years, was the widower mentioned In our last. Miss Mary Stilling Is the bride and the marriage occurred Thursday evening. The happy couple went to housekeeping tho same day. -- Dr. John Balder, who .shot Hurst at is well known hore and was here about 10 days ago. fie lms a good practice in Jackson county, runs a drug store and has been doing well, but has been drinking considerably lately. IVrks Bullock, who was arrested ns an accomplice, was sent to the penitentiary several yeaiH ugo for robbing the mails at Livingston. toy, died at ke than ever. Trinity church, Danville, preached in The simplest binder made. the College Chapel here Sunday after noon, and will bold services there again Sunday, 2S, at 4 i m. DANVILLE. Over 1,000 delegates Jare attending Or binder. Deering Mower and Deering Binder Twine. Senator R. J. Brcckinridgo will the Southern Baptist convention at Nash- Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, "Triumphs of the to Frankfort Tuesday. ville and the city is full of other visitors. Century," describing Chicago, the World's Fair, and the big Van Pelt Is Interesting Chief Justico Jonathan Haralson, of Al- 19th Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. It will be to himself in getting up a proper observ- abama, was president. the interest of every farmer who needs machines to see us before buy ance of Decoration Day. The first Bible in the language of the We will always be found at the office of the Stanford Tho magistrates did not meet Mon- Gilbert Islanders was printed by the ing elsewhere. Roller Mills. day, as they usually do in May. But lit- American Bible Society April 12. This OT. tle routine business was transacted in translation has occupied Rev. Hiram the county court. Bingham, a missionary to those islands, W. H. HAYS, Assistant. A great and glorious game of base 34 years. ball between the Miamis. of Oxford, O., At Columbus, O., Rev. G. W. Brit-to-- TO THE and Centre College team was won by the of the Methodist church, held serlast named Saturday, 22 to 0. vices at prayer meeting and on his way Ed Gaines, of Junction City, the de- home got drunk. He befendant in something less than 10,000 came boisterous and was placed in the We call your attention to the Late Improved whUky cases in the circuit court, has police station. opened a saloon in Lexington. Schweinfurth, the Illinoisfraud who MIbs Nellie Tilford, of Wichita, Kas., calls himself Christ, is on the turf. lie is visiting her uncles, Messrs. H. C. and owns several blooded horses and one of J. T. Mock, this county. She ia a daugh them haa been put in tho hands of a well ter of Harry Tilford, formerly of this known trainer to be campaigned during county, and her mother was Miss Jennie the coming ueason. Hughey. The meeting at the Methodist church Mr. C. R. McDowell, of this place, is in this city closed last Wednesday even associated with Gen. Walter Evans, of ing, after continuing ten days, with 2S Louisville, as plaintiff's attorney in the additions. Dr. W. T. Boiling, of Winsuit of "Pantaloon" Mulcahy against the chester, did the preaching and it was city of Lexington for $10,000 damages for certainly well done. Harrodsburg Democrat. false imprisonment. On last Sunday St. Bartholomew's Rev. J. W. Lynch and Mr. J. K. church, New York, raked in a contribuBap-tiThomas, of this place, attended the Tho potato bug, tho lady bug and conrentiou at Nashville last week tion of IS0.O0O. Of the collections in St. And would say to you never buy without first examining it. We asvarious other bugs have announced their and this. Mr. Cullon, a student from Bartholomew's in the last four years, sure you that it is the simplest, most durable and the lightest draft arrival to prey upon tho vegetation that the Baptist Seminary, Louisville, preach- amounting to more than a million dollars, nearly have been dis- machine on the market and less liable to get out of order. Call and is springing up in the gardens of the ed at the Baptist church Sunday. it. It is represented at Crab Orchard by W. A. Carson, at Stanford Elder J. B. McGinn, of Versailles, pensed in charities. town. No address of welcome has been by D. B. Stagg, at McKinney by Alford & McKinney, at Kings-vill- e Tho people of Owenshoro raised 0 delivered to them by any spread-eagl- e former pastor of the Danville Christian by W L. McCarty and at Hustonvillc by John Riffe. to pay for the Sam Jones meetings. orator, nor have they been tendered tho church, preached for his old congregaThey erected a special tabernacle and affreedom of the city, but they are hero all tion Sunday night. Rev. C. F. W. Hubthe same, accompanied by myriads of bard, of Centre College faculty, preach- ter paying nil expenses, turned over conants, that are covering the peach trees ed for tho same congregation Sunday siderably more than $2,000 to the evan- Kept by each agent. Don't fail to see the Buckeye Machines. and devouring tho tender leaves and morning. Elder J. . Kendrick, the pas- gelist for his week's work. Tho number buds that are putting out upon the tor, preached nt Parksville Sunday. of conversions is estimated at 710. Call and see our John Culleton, who recently abanbranches. The ant hns developed into Prof. Thomas Dodd, of Vanderbilt Unia pest of greater proportions than the versity, preached for the Methodists doned the priesthood of the Roman Catholic church nnd got married, seems NEW caterpillar, ns his unceasing vigilance en- Sunday. Prof. Dodd aud Vim Pelt, of this place, were clnssmntes inclined to utilize the notoriety he has ables him to work more destruction in a given lime than any other insect. The at Trausylvania rnlversity before tho gained in order to make some money. Saves time labor and expense Ho invites the public to hear him mako potato bug is said to have originated in war. exposures, and, bs he elegantly expressColorado and for n long time it was callMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. The eommisa'oner of pensions est; ed it, "to see the cat skinned." Guaranteed to be ed tho "Colorado bug." Its origin, howThe Sunday night union services Fred KiHslinif, of tauUville, and ever, is ns much n mystery as who was mates the whole number of men who Miss Emma Von Gruuigen, of this coun- tho author of "Junius," who htrttek Billy wer iu tho Union armies at LS00,000, of draw like Pticking plasters. The Methoty, weru married at tho bride's father's, Patterson or who killed Cock Robin. It w horn ho Bays that 1,200,000 are still liv dist church could not near hold the iug. It is estimated that of the whole crowd that went there. Rev. W. E. Ellis John Von Gruuigen Friday. is marvelous that no one has discovered number U'OOO deserted nnd so lost their preached a fine discourse, being tressed B. Ellison and Mim Lillle a successful mode of exterminating George And to give satisfaction. these .a&- -. Gooch, tho pretty daughter of Sjuiro bugs that destroy tho most useful vego right to a pension, whilothe records into service after he got then, owing to Billy Gooch, were married Sunday at tattle Known to tnu world. Ah conven- show that M'.l.IHo were drafted men and the absenco of Rev. J. II. Julian, who fS,8K5 enlisted as substitutes for a price had to go to Mclvinnoy. The next serayues-burMr. Nathan Singleton's, In tho tions aie the order of the day, would it The total of thebu three classes is was pervice will bo held at the Presbyterian vicinity. Tho ceiomony not bo well to call a "Bug Destroying Supposing the same proportion of church. Itev. Singleton. formed by Convention," to be held some day durThere is now no probability of a re these as of the whole number to be livCarlyle Harris, ko murderer of his ing tho World's Fair, at Chicago'' vision of tho Presbyterian creed by the Uning, there are of the 1,200,000 living girl wife, was engaged to be married at Tho desire to be considered gallant in ion soldiers S 10,000 who have a pension General Assembly, which meets at Washthe tlmo of his taking oil to a crank woman named Carrio Jones, who believed respect the wishes of the f.iirsex is often able status. Hut the commissioner s re- ington next week. Out of a total of 22o him Innocent nnd thought ho would bo tho cause of concessions upon the part port shows that there are (S7,000 now Presbyteries, scarcely 120 seem likely to pardoned. But Mr. Harris was forced of men they would greatly prefer to drawing pensions ns invalids.and 12,20 be found favoring tho first attempt of Presbyterian Church to revise the New Stock and Lower Prices than ever offered offered here before. to disappoint her, aud Instead of a mar- avoid. The presence of women like J. claiming pensions ns invalids, altogether tho creed, which is 30 less than tho constitu- See our stock and get prices. Wc can then convince you that riage there was a funeral, a much more Ellen Foster at political conventions de- 1,1:0,1SS disabled or claiming to have tilting ceremony In such cases made and manding an endorsement of female suf- been disabled in a pensionable degree! tional law makes necessary to secure tVe of any proposed change in the frage and by appeals to the courtesy of This is within 70,000 of tho whole num- adoption provided. the members, receiving recognition and ber of thoso who served now living, and confession. Nearly all the young ladies in In 1S02 Lewis Hawkins, a rebel sym- resolutions of approval is an oxamplo almost :00,000 moro than tho whole Ind., have joined the Young Our stock is complete and immense. All kinks of Dress Goods too five homo of tho modern drift of politics, pathizer, was attacked by the rea- number of patriotic volunteers. This is Association and have numerous to mention are now on our counters. Calicos, tho lunRS, badly sons for which nre not easy of solution. a clear demonetmtion that tho pension A guards, shot throuth s that "no few more straw hats sold formerly at Si. 25, now go at 35c. An elebeaten and left for dead. In 18GS he Woman in her sphere deserves the high- roll is burdened with fraudulent pen- adopted as one of their young man who frequents the saloons gant line of Ladies' Slippers just in. Children's and Boys' Suits from met one of his tormontors at Salvlsa and est respect that can possible be shown sioners. N. Y. World. will be recognized by any member of shot him dead. He was indicted, but her; but when shu leaves tho domain Gen. Edward D. Townsend, a name the organization aud that no member Soc to $9 per suit. Come and get a pair of Texas. for which she was intended; ives up managed to escape and went to very familiar to readers of the newspaLast week he came back and procuring tho mured environments of home aud pers during all the years of our awful will keep company with a young man who drinks." The young men have the ala ninlnn from Gov. Brown, filed it at assumes the duties and responsibilities war, is recalled by his death in Washing- ternative now to give up the saloons or Harrodsburg and will In future reside in intended for man, it is impossible to es- ton City. Nearly every order issued by They are strictly first class. Bed Sets, Lace Curtains, &c. In fact their sweethearts. It is not hard to we can sell you any thing you ask for. Come one and all the land of his birth. and get cape the conclusion that to a greater or tho war department during thoso four prophesy which they will choose if the "111- l II At last the wasted energy of Niagara less extent she has forfeited her right to years bears his signature as assistant prices anu 11 we ao not sen you we win ao you gooa oy giving you girls have the courage to hold out faith pointers. Always Falls is to bo utillred. Tho tunnel con- the sympathy and protection bIiu would general. ful to their vows. structed at a cost of nearly $5,000,000 would otherwise have. The right to The private car used by President Rev. Percy G. Elsom preached at has just been completed, and It is pro- vote would imply the right to attend Lincoln o0 years ago, which has for some tho Baptist church Sunday morning on posed to transmit electric power, gener- conventions, to preside over delibera- time been used as a boarding car for secthe subject of "Brotherly Love," and the Eggs, butter, &c. Will give you the top of the markpt. After this ated by water passing through the tun- tive bodies, to act upon committees, to tion men on a Colorado railroad, is beprofound attention of his congregation we will give away to every 20th purchaser the amount of the purnel, to Albany, N. Y., and intermediate deliver addresses and to play the part ing returnlshed in its former condition attest the appreciation of the many good chaser to Si, whatever it may be, for 30 days. You will find us at usually assigned to the professional poli- at Omaha and will be taken to the cities, and possibly to New York city. points that he established in his dis- the old stand in Rowland. Hurst, a Lexington grocer, was tician. It may be said that the appear- World's Fair. John course, while his reference to the church Prentice Tiller, the moat noted crook members who have gone to their reward fatally shot by John Haider, a mountain- ance of women upon the arena of polieer, In Lexington. Hurst killed Raider's tics would purify the political atmos- for his age in the country, escaped from since lie waa pastor here some years ago r. L. ausiin: brother several years ago and Raider at phere, but this would not likely prove the Michigan penitentiary by boxing waa touching and elicited tears. Mr. El D. B. tho tlmo awore ho would kill Hurst and true. The result would ilouotless be to himself up with n lot of freight and aom is now pastor of a church be has kept his word by rushing into his storo degrade women without improving man. springing the lid aa soon as the wagon built at Fincaetle, Vu., at a cost of $0,000 and abootlng him six times. Haider waa Aside from this, nature has imposed ob- bearing the boxes got outside the prison some of which remains unpaid and his stacles in the way of the performance of walls. arrested and placed in jail. visit in this section is to solicit funds AT78TXXT, Dennis Dividson, of Mitchell, Ind., with which to wipe out the debt. Depressed by 111 health, Warren G. many acta by women that do not apply Butterworth, of Warren, Mass., commlt-mltte- d to men. If for instance Mrs. Polvina waa shot and killed by the accidental Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st. ; wareroom, paint suicide by shooting himself thro' Jones Squeezelfanter should attend a discharge of a gun he waa hunting with. and repair shop at old Woolen Mills.' Work built to order. convention and bo olected chairman and The gun was a very common one, but atthe head with a rifle. His daughter do- in the midst of her address should get haa a history, nine persona having been father from tempted to prevent her a telegram that her daughter, Nancy accidentally shot with it before David- When Baby waa sick, we Rare her Castorl. ing the rash act and received in her brain When h wu a Child, tho cried for Cftstoria. Francis Ann, had been suddenly taken son. the bullet that went through his head. down with the measles, When aha becam MUs, shs clung to Castori. "Sign Work, artistic and plain. -We guarantee AJspecialty. the mumps, the Councilman Logan Hocker, of LexBoth died instautly. When aho had Children, she gve them Caatorla. In the Red whooping cough and the phthisic and ington, haa been indicted for securing a work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. Ten men were killed the baby had cut a tooth and could not contract from the city and then dividing Jacket abaft of the Calumet and HecU be put to Hleep by anybody CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, StanrorJ, Ky. but ma, what the proceeds with the contractor, Sunday. mine In Michigan Bar-bourvl- lle, Tho many Lancaster friends of Mrs. James II. Brown are glad to hear of her appointment as postmaster at Mt. Vernon. Mis Sue Doty, who lias been dangerously ill for some time, is rapidly recovering. Mrs. C. C. Stormea is also some hotter at this writing. Deputy Collectors O. M. Randall nnd It. A. Burnsidu have jiiHt returned from a moonshine raid. They cut up a largo illicit still near Big Hill, In Madison county. Tho fellow Huffman, who mado tho brutal HHoault upon tho little girl in lower Garrard, has not yet been captured. It is thought that he has left the country. Gov. Brown has offered a reward of j:MX) for his capture. Tho manager of tho band has secured tho services of Prof. Rozoll, of Michigan, who Is an export clarionet player. He is a harbor by trade and will locate in Lancaster permanently and open a shop over Stormes' furniture store. Mrs. A. II. Rice left Saturday to join her husband, who iseng.iged in the mercantile business and located at Nashville. Mr. J. Mort Rot h well has returned from a trip to Washington. Mr. Charley Page, of Dennlson, Texas, is hero on a visit to friends. Miss Mamie Curry attended tho funeral of Miss Alma Ilagan at Richmond. Mrs. W. G. Dunlap and children have returned to their borne at Camp Nelson. Twenty-fou- r additions have been mado to the Presbyterian church In this place during tho meeting that has beon in progress since the -- d Inst, and the Interest in tho service seems to bo on the increase. Rev. Donald McDonald, the Synodical evangelist, is conducting tho services, assisted by Rev. J. R. Ter-c- y, pastor of tho church. Meetings are held at .1 . m. and 7 v. x. each day. Quite a number of members of the other chrrches attend the urjetlngs and enjoy the excellent discourses of the distinguished preacher. It ia not known whon the meeting will close. could tho chairman do but resign her gavel and hasten homo to look after tho urchins? Imagine tho feelings of tho female invested with Budrago upon re-- j ceiving from her liege lord the mandate thatifHho did not vote nshedid.no spring bonnet Bhould adorn her political head, and tho belle who received notice from her favorite beaux that his choice at tho pplls must be her choico if she expected to continue perched upon the top round of the ladder of hisaiiec-lionJ. Ellon has doubtless returned to hor home, satisfied that she will soon bo called upon to take part In tho political management of tho country and feels better for tho reception she has received but she will becoino wiser as she grows older and have ample time to brood over the injustice of man. CHURCH AFFAIRS. ! s. There are 1,100 UHmes onj the rolls of the four churches In Stanford. Rev. John S. Sweenev, ofParis, had to pay SKIS to make good the shortage of Mrs. Long, his daughter, who waspost-maaterMidway. Catholics of the Covington dioceso have purchased a $30,000 tract of land in the central part of that city and will erect a $100,000 cathedral. The Rev. LewlsJ'W. Burton, rector of St. John's church, Richmond, Vn , has been called to St. Andrew's church, in Louisville, and will probably accept the at T Tip IS." JMhrn if It n I rtfBmSBM -- Itj NO. 22 WE HAVE FOR SALE- - call. Rev. F. E. Cooley, the new rector of The Deering Improved Steel Binders, The Pony Deering Binder. two-hors- e ro-tn- ru PoBt-mait- H. BATXGHM&NT, AGENT. n, Farmers of Lincoln Co. n New Buckeye Machines, four-fifth- s $4,-50- JLXiXj IKIIILSnDS OF REPAIBS Post-mast- er PROCESS STOVE. PERFECTLY SAFE. g 707,-15- S. W H. WEffREISI & CO. NEW : HOUSE, WE ARE THE LEADERS. 4Jc. 1 Ho-bar- t, Wo-men- 's Anti-Saloo- n by-law- OUR DOUGLASS OR BUELL 1 1 SH0LS, 1 ud-jut- ant BRINTGTTS TOUR PRODUCE. STEPHENS & KNOX. CAMI-HKL- NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, CAMPBELL ft Fro'r. i House Painting and Paper Hanging I Mil.-- V xi i Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal - Rf I mI m i i 11 Friday in Indianapolis. Chicago, Wilmington, O., and Columbus, O. Tho validity of tho law of Congress WALTON. rinoino tho LMtes of the World's Fair on Sundays is to bo tested in the courts. success xuith To Charles Luttrcll ami Jojin vnrusiu hanged at Sherman, Tex., for were to you, we a witness in an important case. we At the coming commencement of come. by to be Roanoke College, Va., a gradChoctaw Indian will be among the Thk Michigan Senate has passea a mil nature. It provides that when uates. of a novel inhabiper cent, of Sixty-si- x a man is convicted of drunkenness he Germans, and to pay tants of Milwaukee are will bo given two alternatives most of the other 31 per cent, are fond the fine assessed or give bond that he cure and get rid of of beer too. will go to a Keely bo to The attendance at tho World s Fair We the liquor habit. Should the culprit for the first 11 days was 219,000 greater unable to pay the charges of the cure the OT county from which he is sent is to bear than for the corresponding time at the 75; will become good news corneB from Washing Centennial. The fetf the expense. Keely cures 'We Polk Vaught, a Pulaski youth, was decidedly more popular when justices ton that the Augeau stables are to be Logan Car found dead with a bullet through bis have the right to order a prisoner to cleaned from stem to Btern. might be lisle, a chip of the old block, who thinks Bkull. It is supposed he accidentally them or to jail. The sentence Smith. You it a sufficient excuse for turning arepub-lica- shot himself. M follows: "Stand up, John disgrace to humanout because he wants his place for bloated, John George Kraub, of Philadelconvicted after a fair a democrat, is taking off the heads of phia, who waB run over by a street car ityyou have been and and lost both arms, has been awarded trial by a jury of your peers of a crime chiefs of departments in a way they We make tho civil service reformers dispise and in $25,000 damages. that will wreck your own life and we another and dishonor, a manner that sends delight to the hearts Middleaboro has added you a byword of reproach civIt is known as the Middlesboro besides disappointing and grieving all of the boys in the trenches. Let the Tho sentence of the il servico humbug bo suspended in all Extension Table Co. nnd the authorized who care for you. -:-:court is therefore that you be remanded tho departments till demderats fill the capital is $10,000. enough to The Stale has again advertised for to the custody of the jailer, who shall offices and then it will be soon carry you to a Keely cure, there to re discuss the question. bids for the lease of the convict labor within the walls of the penitentiary and main for the period prescribed for a Mr. Bailey, of Carroll county, has a will receive thorn till June 5. mercy on your cure, and may God have wav of speaking out in meeting that is sinful toul." U The ocean record has been broken refreshing. Saturday a number of legis- again. The new Cuuarder, Campania, The National League of Republican lators refused to vote on a bill to which made tho voyage from Sandy Hook in Frithere was no good objection, thereby Clubs closed its session at Louisville 17 hours and 42 minutes. see. W. Tracy, oi Illin- breaking a quorum, when he get up and 5 days, 7Zc. Come day, after electing W. The comptroller of the currency has adopting a series of charged that they did so in order to ois, president, and issued an order that National banks resolutions, which, after taking a crack lengthen the Bession and waste the pub- must undergo two thorough examinaat creation, declare for woman's suffrage lic money. The newspapers have been tion a year, instead of one, as the rule and againt Igambling in futures. Tho saying this for pome time, but Mr. Bai- has been. body has no right to bind the republican ley is the first member to have the courAttorney General Hendnck holds A (IoimI ItruMiii. temporaparty in these resolutions, their action age to stand up and tell his fellow memthat the law'doea not permit a "Why do you nsk mo for my being merely of tho nature of suggest, bers what he thinks of them. of tho convicta and ry lease of the labor woasked tho poet who liked to hear ion. The party will not endorse the leasing 500 to of the World's Fair are tho action of the board, will words of praise. The directors suffrage plank at any rate and man "BecaiiM) you are tho only ono who splitters that they could Mason & Foard, was recinded. not till it thinks it needs them, as it did such fine hair gala array Satur-da- can writo it," wiid tho applicant mckly by the -C- incinnati was in right of suf no doubt divide one north-eas- t of when it gave negroes the Vogue. the occasion being the dedication unnth-weCongress directed that tho frage. at a cost of $1,closed on tho her new city hall, built His entire interest in the hnildinuH should remain Prolinli!-- . . ! rt t fl tt? .000. It is oue ol the line6t ami uem .nAm mnnl republicans advocate the doctrine Dm. nay o.f 1.1... um The "I wonder what a liiau'oM'tisatioiiBarv tho II. ...niP-i- n when ho U htruck by lightning':" .ul of no taxasion without representation, as Sunday. The law will he oosarveu to arranged mumaim. uu...... Dawson. but they kick like mules when it is pro- Mm latter, if not the purpose. The build time ago, Lillian Toole, of the "1 should think he'd feel nioroor lcs posed to'treveree the proposition. The ings will be closed, but the grounds will Co.. died in Pittsburg thunderstruck." wiid Hick. Harp r'a fourth-clas- s cities days.when Sundays, hn onan on charters of the were cremated. The Bazar. that no one Bhall vote in a munici- half the regular price of admission will 'and her remains ashes were recently sent to New York All ut .Srn. pal election until he has paid his taxeH be charged. over and an immense funeral was held Old Gcntlmnnu Been ovur to Kuro Aud- and tho republicans in the legislature Commissioner Lochukn has already tneU1, - silver certili fh? Did the voasl you traveled on make are fightingUhe clause with all their inaugurated reforms in the pension bugood time? A new counterfeit 5o might andj main. It is to be hoped, Little Boy I couldn't toli. Ther reau that will save fully fJO.000,000 this case is in circulation. It is of tho series the little handful of mem however, that year in pensions, lie uas oroereu mat Olfiof, UUUi i.aava hn fhfck letter i. i. weren't any telepmph polu. Gimm! wc.o lOOU bers will not be able; to dictate to me News. Uaum'fl noted "completed fiilcB" order Tho portrait of Gen. Grant is poorly tremendous democratic majority in this lettering is irwhich certain penbo revoked, under and some of the Dm- Way. or any other matter. sion attorneys were favored, and that regular. First TojKJr What would you do if you liad 5.000 franco? the former system of rigid examination Last week a New York Central Skchktary Ion 15. Salt., of the Second Ditto Do? I would live fur Association, announces that be resumed. The country has needed broke the world's record by goPress rep an honest man at tho head of thia bu- ing a mile in 352 5 Beconds, but broke live days as if I enjoyed a yearly income daily papers will unentitled to three to two and reau for some time and from 'indications that record next day by covering the dis- nf SG5.000 francs! Matin. resentatives, approaching meet the tight man is at last in the right tance in 32 seconds, a rate of 112 miles weeklies to one at tho An Infiiiitllt (.'ornvlloii. an hour. inland the! excursion Ito the World's place. "I wauts home IhmI an wiigar," said Har-- At Lockport, N. Y., Mrs. Anna Fair, each representative being allowed Mollie. Juries an a general thing are apt to go a lady with him. This gives the for the railroads when they gtt a chance. ris was Bentenced to 11 years and bix to take "Don't Miy tail an wugnr," said And .isk a continuance of the patronage extended the firm of Higgins Journal man the right to take A verdict of $5,500 has just been award-e- l months in the penitentiary for starving hie. "Say bwead and tchuyar."-jKi- r's Interior & VanArsdale, and will make it to the interest of others to trade with to death Bazar. ing her three ladies. Now is your chance to me. The books and accounts have been transferred to me and I will a lady in Marion county, against the apply. Please don't all speak at once. L. it N., because on of tho defendant's in order to obtain tho insurance on her continue the latter with all who desire. A l'lirllcular ICIml. Sealed proposals received till the 27th at horsoand made him i;r Clothing, Hoots and Shoes will be sold regardless of cost to close train frightened her "Does Irvingtou keep u carriage binco noon. The ship Counter Evelyn was sunk he married?" carriage over, though she was turn her out stock. thn eteamship City of "Oh. yea, I eo him wheeling it 'most Delegate Rawlins, of Utah, is trying not seriously hurt. The judgment is in a collision with Head, coast of rvery day." ludiauapolis Journal. Hamburg off Trovose to imitate the Conkling act. Because very naturally regarded as excessive and Cornwall, Saturday. The crew of the his rec- an appeal will no doubt be granted. the president refused to accept The saddest feature about the Louship, numbering 10, and 0 passengers ommendations in regard to otlicial apisville meeting of the republican clubs were lost. -- WE SI XI. pointments in his Territory, he has tenTnAT lawyers differ fully as much ns a is that it omitted to make nny mention After all the courts had denied her resignation of his seat in yesterday's Courier-Journadered the. doctors, is shown in refused of the force hill. and tho governor had This is pretty tough on Grover in response to the question to pardon hir, Mrs. Dr. .Stivers, oi Louis and the country, but at last accounts the whether or not the convicts could . I cruelly ireaieu w. government atWashington was moving be worked on the county roads, un- ville, whoso aud has since given the girl, skipped out MOUNTAIN along as if nothing had happened to dis- der the constitution, a number of lawJ here came lo my firm thrM week afio i rr-liHheilfr Ooor . re.lan.Uo S moott ol.l of its way. widely differ- ollicers tho dodge. yers express opinions turb the even tenor t.y paying lor K''1"C ,?",,,1Jh" '' The failure of the Columbia .nation- cn Kct them " " TA.iW. Jl. . Ky. ent, though a majority seem inclined a veitiicincnl bunfonl, JO al Bank of Chicago has extended over Nam. savs that he will ad to the belief that they can not. large Territory. Saturday eight banks here to the constitution and confine repclosed their THOMAI YKA'JER Tiu Springfield News Bays that Judge in different townB in Indianatwo in Illi- IAMES YKAOER. resentation at the Kentucky Press Assoin Michigan, and publishers. M. C.Saufiey is mighty good timber to doors; also six ciation to actual editors YKAGER & YEAGER, governor out of, and Btipgi'Hts nois and two in Ohio. Canary and Mocking Hinl Cages, Hanging Uaskets, Flower Crocks. Temporary reporters'.and outside friends make a uouin-so- n By the assignment of K. It. him for the candidate next time. The J t We hope Bro. Nail will will be barred. New stock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Trices reasonable. of Pythto prove that & Co., bankers, the Knights LIVERY, FS2D A!IS SALE STABLE, to this, but having filled his office suggestion is of the na'.ure stick 0, a man ol anpgos-it- ias lodge of Wilmington, Del., loses for two terms and knowing how hard it the one who made it is having recently placed u STANFORD. L.Y. the order and general understanding in tho is to keep out interlopers, we fear ho in tho institution, which large amount neighhoihood. tle in the Opera Hoiim We are In our new will fail of his goodiintention. HlocW and are wll tupplieU with Gl'.OKGK II. 1'KEWITT. It II. KING. was thought to be gilt edge. Tnu prohibitionists have determined Josiah Young has been appointed NEW RIGS AND HORSES It is hardly expected that tho crea-tur- to have a grand rally at Chicago tho lat- post master at Crawford, Laurel county, rise above the creator, but ter part of August. The two shows will Wayne Have Wen iiirch.Hed ami notUInc but Mrs. Elmira Bell at Mt. PisRah, Secretary ofiState Headless, as tho Com- ought to draw a tremendous crowd to Thompson nt Woodstock, tunuutt will le.ive the utlo. county, G. B. MORELAND, KY., mercial cartoonist is pleased to call him, tho Windy City. Let'a all wait o go Give Pulaski county, and L. K. Moore, at We have opened up a nice line ot extreme aerviliy is catching it ,for his then. 37 Young's Creek, Whitley county. from many quarters. It is bad enough -- At Goshen, Ind., two little children is a paper of nais Thk London Echo to be called a (figure head, but that ran out to meet DR. JOS. HAAS' to pumpkin head, as his pic tional reputation. The New York Prees of Charles MeCranU preferable driving up the lane to (?) makes mention of its recent ill luck him when he was tures make him appear and takes occasion to pay both the paper his homo. The horse became ir g.uei Wc paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get Hog & both chil n....A.f,nff ttm nirorta of Gov. ruder- - and its editor a compliment. ltd aud running away ran over the most for the least money. 1 Iarchvare was bought in car load lots, Con-.!- . dren, killing them almost insianuj. wood, a $10,000 monument to the which enables us to make very low prices. Bases of steel nails $2 per Price, a conductor on tho j TJscdlSucccsafully FifteenYears. keg, do. wire nails $2. 30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in i.HiiKhnried at Chicago is Hear Thk appointmeut of Gen. John B. f. of Louisville, as a member oftho 0 i. i .n;i.ru wnn mur lurru i" n" Will arret ilUcasc, jircveii'f liitcuc, riptl proportion. ing completion ami will be unyeiled July Gen. board of visitors to the Naval Academy most cowardly manner by John Terrell, worms, top cuuh, liitreje li.e floli mul bauen 25, with appropriate ceremonies. country produce. Give us a call. We will save you de"'rricf: S.", Si 5 aud o cents per ptrkasej ifcTerms.cashlor by the president, is both complimentary a Lawrence county ruinan, ner John B. Gordon, of Georgia, will are money Iar;!t pacaes 5" was taken to distinguish, d and deserved. Ind. The mms-I- ii cheapest. For tale by liver an orationland other r Manlord, Ky of a lynch- I5e.lfurd, where there is talk tSTWe are opening up a splendid line of Millinery. " Confederate soldiers will take part in the oj. This is the week for tho president to exercises. take up the Kentucky colluctorships und -- By the election of another Senator rea majority The Richmond Register says the in- the applicants are on the qui vive. the republicans have secured 12!) cent grand jury there returned ballot in the Rhode Island Legon joint NEWSY NOTES. elect the dictments, but only four aro for murder islature, aud will be able to nn elecmurdor and the courts only four Four for Krlanner is to have a National bank State ollicers, or by preventing , republican ollicers apart I To use an old express-ion- with 150,000 capital. months tion allow tho present im m ma "if you 'but' at that, what would The Bupreme court of North Dakota to hold over. been in freeln th Wttatn of bl loiunw.tj you kick at 7" The New York Herald has decided the prohibition law to be constiand walnrto. No onelUlng 'la Mr. formed into a stock company. Harrodsburg Democrat has secur- tutional and valid. The hould b without them. Thlr bm & Son, the large V H. Thomas health is not of the best and if K. D- Potts' Is keceivinf Hit proTcnta attacks of chUU and feTcr, ed the contract to print Mrs. to him wholesale liquor dealers, Louisville, have anvthint; serious was to happen clumbacno, billon colic, and Elves V will Kentuckian, but it Illustrated strength to resist ill tho ,.:; tY.iirs in their preaeut i,iitf : : : Tils of an anriealthy and Impure at- to be issued from Lexington. Tins suspended payments. Hnin. Ir. ....... Ill T Trt tt.,1 Biosphere. Kleantly not bo left as he would condition would well done, as the N. V. 2flc O fdce. 3U lark l'Ure, insures that it will be of an abscess, for which an operation will have them left, therefore it is said that Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. Goods Warranted and a A Democrat's facilities for flue printing ate .,..:-. i Ii?b rnmnanv. ..j. j ne iuas or;au"-vuavw vo ob penormeu.i "" . Stanfohd, Ky., May 1G, 1893 W. F. EIGHT : PAGES. Owensboro where S.un Jones has , just fired tho public hotrt, over 1,000 women have banded togctuer to wage a relentless and continuous crusade agalust the 00 saloons that Nourish by dispensing liquid damnation to the citizens Their plan of operations in the first place will he similar to the famous tomperis, by nco crusade of 15 years pgo, that singing, praying aud exhorting in front of and also in tho saloons when feasible. If this moral suasion fails of its purpose, then the law and the ballot box will be appealed to. O weusboro makes more whisky and driuks more than any town of its size in the world, but its manufacture and sale have got to be stopped, for bam Jones himself hath said it and the women have inscribed it on their banners, and determined to know no Buch word as fail. May they come out mora than conquerors Is der New-Yor- k Tho Home Maker's Magazine of is in the hands of the sheriff unan attachment of 553,000. Therowero Natioual bank failures inm-de'i- ng full-blood- practically plain announce a Remarkable Sale, the merits of wlucii are short a while, appreciated all who sure te NOT TOO LATE YET. tnu'Wfc't!? lS IE follow up our last week's have built up such an another a pair tor ?i.i0, worth $2 a pair a have jut received Vivorth$20" 6 foot Linen Biinds far 53c worti Si. you call your attention apair lace curtains jor ?vv, ourOFOySTAS,Jfmji i, fi "I '7fni- !., line n red-nose- d CARPETS AND MATTINGS, will offer at Greatly reduced prices. - Which are booming things in OUR CLOTHING - DEPARTMENT. for and Seeing is believing. THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I Have Purchased of auto-graph'-:" y, W. H. Higgins. Bt. .uu?., T T1 v, un ".",.,. Some pro-vid- e as-oth-er GROCERY en-grav- - HARDWARE Ken-tuck- y loco-motiv- e semi-weekli- gun, an, she. tc. tar Bob-Ha- r- step-daught- Con-gres- s. l, The Gurney Refrigerator, THE WHITE rl ir ICE CREAM FREEZERS, WATER COOLERS, McKINNEY BROS. y $70,-70- e firit-cla- n KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, tlicin n Call. Dry Poultry Remedy Cas-tlema- i&JS oey-mou- r, ''. yyY 9910000060 TUTTS antl-nuilarl- al KIITG A FREWITT. !Tiny Liver F&K Malarial Regions sur-jr-coate- r4M Ben-nett- 's - con-tinu- e fr.--.- ,.., SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Irlect ; - I i- -. . 'A first-class- "" - - UMi.'LJJ JJi. IMflSWI SW OBffiMWEalWWB H.fFtT W 'j- - T irf Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal May Stafford, Ky.. Pictures, Pictures Tho Rowland A numiier of her young friends "storm ed" Miss Kdna Courts Saturday night Gallery is in motion and playing a land Xavrr Stoeklkr wua tried before and had a most onjoyablo time. Miss ollico business. Come one, como all. Frank Cor-di- er. Judgo Varnon Saturday for asoaulting Edna proved horsolf n very charming Satisfaction guaranteed. 10, 1893 " young Hofmnn, another Gorman boy, hostess. Take your ropnira to Danks," Jeweler. 1 The Blondoll A Conkling Co. arrived 'is c, WA WOM, BUi. Manaaer It is said that a woman can not kecpn on time nnd were to perform last night. secret, but we'll hero engage, that after We are authorized by 'Mr. Blondoll to PERSONAL POINTS. she'll keep tho se- say that if after tho show is over any she gels twonty-fiv- o, person thinks ho hasn't got tho worth of cret of her ago. Miia. J. W. Alcorn has been quite Ids monoy, it will ho refunded to him. ill. Wm. Dauoiikuty is building n houeo is nttonditiR circuit on tho east nido of his shop on Main Col. W. G. Welch The Record waa right. Tho youthB rourt at Willinmnbiirn. strrot, to bo occupied by Wino A Teters, from tho "jay" town, familiarly known Mkmrs. and acquitted. The reorganized Danville uaso ball club, A. M. King, manager, has challen- Will I find ged tho defunct Interior Journals to cross bats. That looks very much like an attempt to crow over a dead man. WH ERE Many of them for you wc give a partial list of 3 such and such an article? is a question that you often hear asked. To nnd Tbnrpe, of monument makers. Urotllicnti, wiru hero Friday. Death. Miss Sarah Gooch, aged 19, U. D. Pa nurrr, a UwliriK WnyncsbtirK upon whom tho operation of laparotomy merchant, was here yesterday. Mwi. II. It. Oamnit, of Hiistonville, was performed for appendicitis, died DRESS GOODS: Wool Dress Goods in all the new shades and last week. She was a daughter of J. M. viftitcil relatives hero lant week. Gooch, of tho Wayneaburg neighborMiph liniDtz Haiidi.v, o( Crab Orchard, weaves; China Silks, Challies, French Ginghams, Sattcens, OrganImb been the Kueat of Mifw Annie Green. hood. dies, Dotted Swisses, Plain and Figured Pongcss, Lotos Cloths, BelHon. 1). G. Coiaon, of Middlesboro, One of tho witnesses to tho recent fast Lawns, and nearly every other kind of Cotton Goods made. was lieiu Sunday to bte n pretty youn tragedy hero, who hails from a mountain Wc carry a better line of Trimmings than you usually find, such as lady. town, was so frightened that ho ran out Mm. 0. D. Powell has been on a visit Silks, Velvets, Guimp in Black, Tinsel and Gilt, &c. of the room into another nnd got na far to bin friends at his old homo in Jackson will not know it. Already tho beBt he was not close enough to distinguish back under tho bed as tho wnlls would HOSIERY for Ladies, Men Children and Boys in Hcrmsdorf, county. theatre in this part of Kentucky, It will who tho party waa. On Saturday morn let him. and Silver Crown, Fast Black. A. I). IIoot, Jit., is clerking in II. J. bo ''out of sight" when tho curtain rises ing he went to his meat house and found Peerles McRobcrts' clothinR nnd Kents furnish' department rules that for the lirst performance next fall. a couple of middlings gone. There were Thk CORSETS P. D., Warner's, Warner's Waist, Centujy, Tricora, ing store. you can dun a delinquent aa much as in tho house some 15 or 1G bams, French Strip, Silver and Thompson's Glove-fittinMks. J. K. Paiuim, Mrs. G. 0. Keller you choose on a postal card, providing A youno man from Lancaster came but they wero not touched nnd Mr. GenOur Shoe stock is complete. The expression of every one is that and Josephine went to Uanvillo Friday you mako no threats that would injure over Sunday and brought another youth try is inclined to believe thnt the scounobsoveral days. to remain drel ho aaw waa there to do him damage our Carpets are the prettiest line they ever saw. the standing or condition of tho man ad with him. While hero the youth Squire JoiikKllis, who is now "watch-Inn- " dressed. girl driv- rather than to appropriate hia possestained pipaission to take his a distillery in Anderdon county, is ing, proimsing to bo back In time bo of no enemy Thk Advocato thinks thatS. V. Row- that the other young man could reach sions, although ho knows upending a fow days with his family mean enough to do such a thing. He land stands the best chance for the hero. Lancaster in order to fill an engagement described the man he saw aa being low tho clever Mit. A. H. Cu.s.mkoiiam, Ho ia a mighty good man, at 4 o'clock. Instead he kept tho buggy and stoutly built, but while not positive repreentatlvo of the Chattleld A Wood socially, politically and from a business hour and when he return- about his color, thinks he was white. Paper Co., of Cincinnati, waa horo yea- - standpoint, and would fill tho olllce most till after that ed, the y. rn. quietly got into tho buggy terday. acceptably. and left the youth to meander homo the NEW AUYEBTISEMKNTB. Mns. Maiiy W. Bowman and daught Up to the hour that we g beat ho could. Ccl. D. G. Slauoiitkr is again Miaa Virginia, are boarding ut tho ter, his confidence in tho virtuo of went to press we bad not heard the College, whero Mis Vlrglnlu will tnko but tho youth went away breathing printer's ink. This ollico baa just commusic lessons. of Bourbon, pleted an order for circulars advertising threatening and slaughter. Mkmm. F. M. Hknklb, We htvc opened a llutchcr Shop In the Dr. and F. T. Arnold, of NMcholaa, undo and Ida Green Briar Springa, which required Without Bail. -- So far as was devel- Mocker Louie on Depot St., and will leep alay of Kov. W. K. Arnold, have been .0,000 impressions. brother New stock, styles and shades. oped in the examining trial of Mack Fer- on hand on a visit to him. To Masons. John Aug. WilliamB, the rell for killing Sam Fngleman, It nppeatB All Kinds Fresh Mil J. A. Carpenter and son Stewart, Grand Lecturer, will meet with tho Ma murder, at to have been a We will aHo run a delivery wagon to Howland to of Porryville, spent hoveral days with sonic Lodge on tho afternoon ot Thursseenm to bo tho opinion of tervc the people theie. friends here. Mr. O.'h health ia very day, May IS, nt 2 o'clock. He will meet least that Judgo Varnon, who very properly held CRAIG & JIATHKNV. much improved. with them again at night and also on the tho accused to circuit court without bail. Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, Mita. Mollie Youno returned from following day and night. Members of At 10 o'clock Friday, both sides being Dallaa, Texiia, Saturday, whero she Iiub Landrcth's Garden Seed at other lodges are cordially invited to bo ready, an army of witnesses were called been since last winter with her sister, present. G. L. Penny, W. M. 2t and Bworn. Tho prosecution wan repreMrs. Armstrong. 9 sented by Messrs. J. B. Paxton, R. J. We will oiler for sale tcjthe hifihest bidder on MimLimeik Simpson baa returned to Thk state Medical Society elected Dr. Breckinridge and R. 0. Warren, while Z New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. her home in Marksburv, after a very Stewart, of Frankfort, president and reMAY 31, Messrs. W. II. Miller, Hill A McRoberta WEDNESDAY, pleasant visit to friends in Iouisville, elected Drs. Steelo Bailey and J. B. and W. G. Welch appeared for tho de 1893. the following described property, located at Frankfort anil Lexington. secretary and treasurer respective Corbiu, Ky., Junction of the Kuoxville & Cum.FOR. berland Valley Divltionof the Louisville Nah. of South Park, ly. Resolutions asking tho legislature fense. 0. V. Gentry was tho hrht Mr. X. A. UiciiARDEON, called and he testified in almott tl o illr Kailroad A train, bound for hia old to paes certain laws regulating tiio prac was on Sunday's iu our laat issue, THREE-STORFRAME HOTEL homo at WiUiaiusbnu:. to attend circuit tice of medicino and protesting ngninst Identical words printed ho havinc mado the statement to ub upcourt, which is in riewion there. lied Hoom. Tailor, Office, Dinlnc Room, abolishing the Feeble Minded InMituto article was written. Mr. With 20 Coal and Laundry Home, llasthe best I'antty, Mil Joe Skvkra.sce. Jr., wnaover Sun- were adopted. Middlesboro was cliohen on which the reputation cf any imall home m Eastern Ky. Gentry further testified that when Halla Gap. Mr. as tho next placo of meeting. day and preached at fell it was partially under the Terms Almost to Suit Clarence Williamson, another student nt says table. Ho pulled tho body out and there The Iancaatur Biblo College, Luxington, accompanied vacant Ion fronting on Florence Avenue that "rot. J. 0. Gordon, who li.ia taught was no pistol either under it or near it, bi". in Col. Wm. 0. BRADi.KV.lcft this morn- for several years tho most successful and nnd ho could discover none in feeling on and aioiliitiK the hotel and aud the most central Lots fronting on part of town Four liimsei Ind., whero h will satikfactory school in tho history of Gar- tho outsido of his pocke's. Only three Loiidun As e. in cocxl shape and rent fcr $14 per ing for Martinarilli. month, ', of an acre with each house Inclosed taku tho mineral hatha for rheumatism. rard College, having declined to mukonn other witnesses wero examined Thos. with new painted picket fencing. If you want now w your own Ho will remain a week. engagement for another yenr, the trus- Hurley, J. C. Reid and J. W. Bright. Kood property at jour u to a price foreign Statd and chance Itusinevi iall en. Tim Thoy corroborated Gentry in essential we can not leae the property behind. Mini Iii'iBK Bailky ltvis tomorrow tees huvu just closed a contract with All communications promptly answered. Ad- CORIIIN HOTEL, M. Klliott, of Kirks ville, for a two particulars, though rone saw him move Irs. a protracted visit Prof. for Grayson to make A S. Rider, 1'ror,, Corbiu, Ky years' lease, beginning in September. tho body. They all agreed that at tho to her iricnd, Mrs Wilholt. Sim will sue- - time Kngleman was Bhothe waa examinis stop ovr a few l.y. at Ixington on Prof. Klliott an experienced nnd ccsdful educator and the commuuily iato ing tho carda thnt had been dealt him her wny. and that some minutes ono to three-h- ad Orders for Hread by Mail or Telegraph PromptlyJAttended to. AdMimj Sai.uk F.lkin, who ha been at a Ijh congratulated on securing hia servii win beat- elapsed between the quarrel and the ces. R. ZIMMER, Stanford, Ky. dress. Chicago art school all winter, roturnoJ shooting. After Reid had testified tho Liberty, Ky., May 15 to 20, '93, IlniuiiT Fkuhi;i.l H.iy.s our Htatoment home Saturday nnd won mot by Capt. prosecution announced that it would Prepared to do Kiktti nnd MIm MnMie K.kin and taken that that his brother, .Mack, had close in chief at that point. The attorUairard. no visible means of support does him to her homo in Dontal Work. neys for the defense held a consultation All Kinds nn injustice. Ho iiaa still an intorcat in The Loutsvillo Critic denits the after You will clow rll to give me a call. Satisfaction and decided not to show ita hand, that Minn Mary Clay Thompson will tho tentals of his father's property aud seeing aa much of tho other'a aa possi- guaranteed. I'late work a upochlty. 1) I) S W S. 11UAI.KV, besides ho helped Bright lrcquontly on bo a permanent cripple from Iho decisand wys the farm. Mr. Ferrell also Bays that ble, and tho judgo announced his shu Butlored last winter ion asabove. Great interest waa maniI she is already able to walk without cano when his brother's side of tho case is betrial, the Court-HouThero ihu'I a more beautiful heard, opinion in reference to the case fested iu tho or crutch. ing packed with people, many coming We will Deliver ICE Every Morngirl in tho State than Mifitt Thompson, will change. We hope so, as wo have from Boyle aud Garrard, whero the dead ing at and a wide circle of friends will welcome nothing but kindly feelings for tho boy, well and favorably known. While the May Flowers bloom we shall continue our great May and would not add a feather's weight to man was tho news of her recovery. In "'tantord and Rowland and by 50 lbs. aoc per sale. Lovers of beauty, lovers of economy and lovers of fashion 50 Hit and 100 lln 15c per iw lbs. We aresery " the load ho now seems to have to car The Kbelky Cure and C. 0. Simiinhs, thankful lor past p.itronago and respectfully up. must come to see us. Every day brings us new trade even in the CITYAND VICINITY. ry. Will deliver trom lb. Its continuance. A reporter of this paper Bpent a few CO. MKS. JANE HARROW 15 hard contest of competition. Our competitors fight us hard but to no forand cabOva old friend, Henry C. Jones, Plants ion Sale. Tomatoes houra of Saturday evening nt the Kcoley use. Wc are still climbing the merly of this county, but now cashier of Institute at Crab Orchard and had the bage. O. J. Newland. ALFORD & M'AFEE, the People's Natiounl Bank, of Funis, pleasure of seeing a portion of tho great Found, a chlld'B gold ring, which own-e- r Texas, is in trouble. A private letter to good work that is boing done thero Livery, Feed & Sale can get by calling on A. . McKin-no- a Someiset man, eays the Reporter, tells and for tho unfortunato who havo tarried too McKINNEY, KY. about him shooting a man. Ho waa re- long at the bowl, as well as those who We have formed a partnership and have supOur great variety of Dress Goods in wash fabrics and white goods of Rkmkmiikh that tho fair dato has been cently forced to foreclose an $ 8,000 mort- havo contracted tho fearful morphine plied our stable with July gage against a man named McCarthy. every weave. Mack goods in every new thing and all the other novchanged to Thursday nnd Friday, habit. Thero are Eome 55 or (iO patients New Horses, Buggies, Wagons, elties in 27th and l!Sth. Had feeling arose in consequence nnd there now, who are at all stages of the Ac Special attention to the traveling public. ;n .1... t i Nothing but rijjs allowed to leae our For Kent. Our largo now house on McCarthy meeting Mr. Jones in the post- game; some who navo on sini uju Mable Apply to Kph Penning ollice. slaiincd him in the face. To this ful "jags" thev camo thero with; others l)wer Main. Mr. Jouea responded by shooting him in who havo Bobered up sufficiently to bo s ton, Stanford. UEPORT OP THE CONDITION tho side, indicting n painful, though not termed respectable beings and others China Silks, must bring you to our store. Remember we have the The ladies aro invited to call and see dangerous wound. who are almost ridded of the dreadful THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE. largest stock of "J. B." and "P. D." French Corsets. Kid Gloves, my beautiful lino of fancy llower pota 'diseasea" that have almost wrecked Embroideries, Hosiery, Jersey ctnd Muslin Underwear, both n While digging around an andcrocka. W. H.Brady. of Kentucky, at theilae of business Laces, their bodies and blighted their hopes. Jt, In the Slate for ladies and gentleman ever opened in our city. Our Shoe stock May 4, 1803 fow days ago, Mr. J. W, Adams, of was a manly sight to see FiVKdifrerentBi7.es Leonard ico chests. and our Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods are superb and our tho decomposed body of n to tho writer, found RKSOURCrS. women, who wore once promiWill save you L'00 per cent, of your ico Our represented line of white infant. A search is being made by men and fiog,477 99 trade in these lines is increasing every day. Loans and discounts nent iu mnny vocations in life, and who Oordra(t, sciured and unsecured. .. 1,46.70 bill. W. II. Weareu A Co. the citizens of that place for the mother Carocts is the laraest ever shown in our city. Don't forect that we had yielded to tho ruin of liquors nnd 11,50000 llonds to vuciiro circulation The Lincoln County Stock Fair has aud probable murderess, but without drugs, trying to regain their foothold nnd V !, from .ipproed resertu agents .. . ",47 8; are closing out our wraps and capes and must sell them at some price Due them. Don't foiget our remnant counter, nor secured tho Stanford Gold Band for tho avail so far. It is probably better for tho lighting "for u redemption. Thero havo Hue from other National Hanks,. a.4 7J as we will not carry child to havo been taken out of this 49 our Trimming Dapartment, Bolero Jackets, Sc, &c. Due from State Hanks and Hankers. ....'. J,4 exhibition July '27 and 28. 400 patients treated thero and furniture and fixtures. 1,509 00 cruel world before it had tasted of the been over 90S ia says that thero waa a futile bitterness thereof, but tho hand Unit re- the percent, that havo gone back into Current expenses aud taxes paid The Times 85 IS made to break into tho Shelby Ci- moved the life from ita little body evi- their old rutB is so small that it is almost Checks and other rash it win effort 5oo incalculable. Of the 400 treated, u little Hills nt other Hanks one night last week. ty dently did it to hide shame nnd not as Fractional pupcr currency, nickils and 150 wero women; tho majority for o 17 cents an net prompted by a kind heart, and over with no ono in Bkino associated morphine habit, but quite n number Specie n,377 4 bo punished to tho full tho I am prepared for drceamaking nt should therefore i,ouo 00 for whisky and tobacco' With tho men, Legal tender liottts GO TO- very reasonable prices. Call and get extent of tho Ian. whisky is the ruling evil, and many an Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 5&1 jo per cent, of circulation.... 5 prices. Mrs. W.T. Beard. For disturbing tho worshippers at old red noso waa visible when tho writer Mr. Hofmann, the genial lot.iL 557.73 iS Sunday afternoons waa there. Butcher Siioi-- . Newt Craig and Burt Seal's Creok a few l.lAllll.lTll-hwaa lined -- 0 in Judge host, says he never Baw a more orderly Matbony have opened a butcher shop since, Jotr Halo $50,0.10 00 For goods at low prices. Our stock of Saturday. Halo really and gentlemanly crowd than he haB had Capital stock paid in on Depot Btroet and will keep constantly Varnon'a court 15,000 month that tho Surplus fund deserved a severer fine, as the proof tho entire year and ono 6,114 Undivided profits 5 on hand all kinds of fresli moat. showed that ho cutred a boy and raved institution baa been in existence there. National Hank notes outstanding 10,750 00 Individual deposits subject to chick 75,753 55 Nathan Feld, of Cincinnati, who lies and awore like a madman. Hale also As before stated in this paper, Mr. 346 01 is a "graduate" and a firmer be- Due to other National Hanks running a store at Hustonvillo, Iibb had hia examining trial for shooting at been 76S 74 One to State Hanks and Hankers Millinery, Notions and Shoes is complete. We have just received cloBod it nnd removed his goods, aa it Mose Berry with intent to kill and was liever In the efficacy of the treatment an elegant line of Ladies' and Misses' He is expecting Total enterprise. S'J7.7j 55 held to the circuit court. He shot four than ho does not liyo. did not prove a paying J.TATK OK KKNTUCKV, timed at Berry, but failed.to hit him, and a large crowd nt the Springs this year County of Lincoln, The wife of Kr. Uoynolda, of tho Mc then Berry ran him off tho face of the and lie will not be disappointed, if the I J W. Hocktr, Cashier of the above named neighborhood, waa buried SunKinney earth nearly with a hoe, nlthough there number of promises that have been Hank, do solemnly awear that the above statement Country produce taken day, after a service by Kov. J. II. Julian. wero more louds in his pistol. Berry tes- mado him amount to anything. It would Subscribed and sworn to belore me this nth Which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. in exchange for goods. She waB a daughter of Dr. Givens nnd tified that he was a pretty good sprinter bo hard to find a more pleaeant place to day ol May 1895. J. H. HOCKKR, N. I L. C. chilT.J. Robinson, ")'f was about : years of ago. Several V. Pou'kXL, I Directors. himBelf, but Halo gained about 10 feet spend tho summer than at Crab Orchard 1 T llosi:. ) with tho husband, to sutler dren are left, on him every jump in tho famous race. SptingB. her loss. J. IL Oam Yesterday waa a good day for duckp, but after enjoying the several days of fine weather, tho human family waa not specially delighted witli it. While the aa Lancaster, beat our kid baae ball team 13 to 7 on our grounds bote Friday after- rain waa pouring down it was quite renoon. Most of tho scores irero mado in freshing to receive a dispatch from the tho first three innings, but after that tho signal service to look out for "alight shower8." game was quite interesting. For several night lately Mr. Chris V. The exterior of Wnlton'a Opera House ia being beautified now. Tho interior Gentry's dogs have barked a grent deal will recolvo attention later on, and by and sounds of footsteps were frequently next season tho fresco nnd scenic artist heard. He got up and looked around a will have changed ita appearance bo com- number of times, hut not until Friday night did he see a living being, and then pletely that tho most regular of its pat-ron- WHAT : WE : KEEP. post-oilic- e g. m gaSVBJBANOBi & BOW. SEASONABLE GOODS. demon-titratin- re-B- ult, ITow Butob.er Shop. WALL PAPER & ALABASTINE Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. cold-bloode- d of Moats. AT AUCTION. m Wo Bo MoTOBEiMTi '9 Kin-nal- rd wit-de- es - Y Fancy GroceriesyBnad, Cakes, Pies Candies, Lunches, Fruits, i. Hcoord-IIomeate- ad Purchaser. tho &c, CALL ON R. ZIMMER, THE BAKER. Dental of ITotioo. A Good Meal for 25 Cts. ro-p- irt scci-de- nt i9-- 4t se 1TOTICE NOT TOO LATE. m 1 y. Stable, LADDER OF SUCCESS. Challies, Serges, French Poplins, Velours, ic-h- first-cla- ss out-hou- Row-lau- d, . ikinking-lintis- noat-oflle- o HUGHES & TATE. -- bus-ines- a T ' . The Cash Bargain Store Clothing, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, im 1 Hof-mau- n 1 SLIPPERS, mmKcn B. P. JONES & SON. REaHSH K.WlfUWiWiU KSHPflK :Lh Semi-Weekly irr. John Cnshoold to Johnson, of Boyle, room and see the Call at the a bunch of fat heifera at 3c. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Published Every Tuesday and Friday A. T. Nuunelley is receiving dead Soloctod AT loads of wool nt 23c for beat. 24th, $2 FEU. VHUVrt IN" ADVANCE George Baker sold to Henderson Of Millinery In town The goods and prices are WWhen not to paid 32.60 will be chargedM Young a yoko of oxen for $73. Full corps of Conservitory and Normal Schoolteachers. Superior courses In Literature, bound to please you. MRS! I'. T. COURTS 10 Ari. Excellent boarding depirtment. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. Al G. Huffman sold to Jack Boaley ; V 6WMV"li two yearling Jcreoj heaters at 20 each ..NLWLINKOK, K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. II LSI Tw-JJersey cow for f33. and a jk ANctrvtirtBmtt MEN'S AND HOY'S lftjKni ruuimowuTioft momdm r Xfwtf imwu" Mi-- Gentry Bros, sold to hlkin, of GarTrain naves Rowland at 7:00 a. ra., returning at 5:10 p. m. rard, a bunch of fat heifera at 3c and a L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. gJasCPond yoke of oxen for $75. sss Jutt received and ready for Inspection. Call and ViSHL see it. cniCAOo.kL I am still buying wool and hopo to .lr.filfk la 7 P Ornlpa91.WT.AST. Mall tram going North MISSLICCIE BEAZLKY'S. v .. ujpm eo all persons who have it to tell on MlU " " South..... Stanford, Ky . it 51 pm Kiprtss train " South n ii North - J3m Monday next. Remember I will pay the Lscal fr!ght North..... 710 am price. I. M. Bruce. ' Souths- .....jjpni highest market Kstray. Two ewea and 3 lmnbe Th tatter trains also carry passengers. All persons holding stock in the lluitonvilln and Tit abort ii calculated on itandard time. Solar came to my pluce April 28. Owner can Carpenters Ctvek l'urnpikc Co. are requested to imis about to minutei faster. come before the Hoard of Directors at Hustonvlllo qet them by paying for advertisement on June i, 1S03, produce their certificates of stuck, Slinllivf!i w n.l uol.tro Q W nil-anQUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. receive dividends and new certificates in place of I have returned from the cities with atniceline incoiii otics By order of the Board Thofl. Metcalf, near Wilmore, Bold to ol Millinery which I will sell for a small proht. so W. D WEATHKRrORP, Pres Trains pus Junction City as follows: Goeds leftover, as fresh as this season's goods, JUST IN No. 1, Limited, 11:13 p. m.; No. Humphrey Hackatt 05 hogs for $1,203 75. from last season, I will sell at 3 40 p. m. No. 5, The hogs averaged 2f5 pounds and were Goal Co., Falls Branch Jellico Special, arrives , CASH ONLY. Q. & C. Special, 11.17 a. m.; No. 7, Fast Mill, ar- Bold for 7c at the bouse. Jessamine COST Miners and shippers of the GENUINE m leaves u'43 p. m. rives 11:43 Journal. ine reason i uo mis ts to reduce ny itock.of No. a, Q.JkO. Special, 3ao p.Jm.; goods so I will bo able Wool Wasted. Bring me your mo uri opportunity. to sell out my business at No. 4 leayes at 6 a. m. No. 6, Limited, 3:15 a m I No. t, Express, arrives 1:31 p. m., leaves 1:3a p. wool and get the highest market price. my cordially I invite the ladies to call and examine Trr it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford goods. alto solicit a share of their patron- - Rowlaud. Olhce corner ol Depot street and Jand m. if you will give MRS. I.M. IlItC'CE, I want it and will buy it crossing. 9 Stanford, Ky 6 HIGGINS A WATTS. me an opportunity. Wm. Moreland, Stanford, Ky. Mr. Railey recentlv sold 30 head of BAUGHMAN, Kentucky Baddlo horses in New York ROWLAND, KY. FIRE AND STORM for $21,450, an average of $701.50. This DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, was said to be, all things considered, the lwots and Shoot, cigars and Tobacco. UM best sale of horses ever made for private post-offic- Interior Journal FARM AND TRADE HUM. VWTfJ,' Ji"iMS2iW THE P. 0. MILLINERY. e Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday. January 1893. Music and Largest and Bost Stock LINL Spring 'and Summer llinery CLOTHINGI New Stock New Styles, H. J. McROBERTS. TSZ BEST M ADX. Notice to Stockholders. MILLINERY. FOR a South-boun- d Blue-Gra- ss P- - North-boua- d J Original Jellico Coal. rail-ro- ad (f- BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, J. II. J". IH. HILT 03ST .' INSURANCE AGENT .Representing.. use. It is dangerous to publish a false pedigree in Pennsylvania. Tho Legislature has made it a crime, punishable by Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Call and sec them a fine not exceeding $1,000 and impris Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; m bbv. for sale cheap. onment in the county jail not less than Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; year. Let Ins. Co. of one month nor more than one North JAmerica. Kentucky's solons make a similar law. All of which are Companies. I would The average condition of the winter A cream of tarter baking powbe pleased to wait o r. my friends in Pol. My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has Just rewheat crop for all the States, according Icies promptly issued. Will insure this line. torn, against der. Higest of all in leavening turned from the cities with an elegant line of mil. does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning to the returns of the department of agri liner j, embracing a. c. sine: without additional charge. strength. Latest United States culture is 75 3, against an average of 84 unic as rirsi national Bang, staoforc. Government rood Report. in May last year. The highest averago EOYAL'BAKINCr POWDER CO., is in the South and the lowest in the Of the seain, of which she willfhas e lull control. She also engaged a 106 Wall St., New York. States of the principal North and West. FZSST-OXJLS- S A. S. -S- imon Weihl bought 200 head McKINNEY, KY. DBXSS 1CAXSB. SURGEON DENTIST. cattle in Mercer at 4.G5, 425 Blop Call and esimlnc my stock of Millinery b.fore Ofrice over McRoberts Drug Store inthe new cattle at same price. D. P. Embry sold buying and leave your order for your drestes Owsley Building. Thanking you for past favors we solicit tamo. I have bought above mentioned Hotel at to D. Lehman COO cattle at Silver Creek, Stanford and have attached a Lehman weighing 1,225 pounds, at MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. oflered same parties a few days later 4 jc First-CL- m Sax and Fool Bcom. DR. W. B. for S00 head, which was declined. EmHave repaired and refurnished the Hotel atd bry & Co. are feeding 6,000. Carithers am better than eer Our facilities for bought 100 mules at $95 and 25 extra su- Prepared to Accommodate the Office South side Main street, in office recea unsurpassed. gar mules at $105. Democrat. seated by Dr. L. f. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Mioutefy rvisnfff' KlverSalt for sale by the barrel. Will lake country produce in eschange for goods at market price 1 am also agent for the old reliable llrodhead To. baccos and will keep a full line of these good in stock, and all I ask of the merchants of Manford and Rowland la to give me their orders and I will put the goods in their houses at Factory prices. Thanking the public for liberal patronage, 1 aik a coutlnuonce of same, and remain your obedient servant. J. II. HILTON, $;iyr WATER : COOLERS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. before buying, Every thing in the grocery .tec pure first-cla- ss 2?ct Millinry. FARRIS & HARDIN. J. N.MBNBfWt claui-esattach- AIX THE NOVELTIES wheat-producin- g flHHfap PRICE, Commercial Hotel. 1,300-poun- d SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors or Tlic Stanford Lumber Yard, giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are 4c PENNY CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Dentist. Public. A.aJ. CHEWING -:- mLC. The best and largest piece of - TOBACCO. & 17-i- ra Ever sold on this market for ten cents is R. F.Reynold Tobacco Co "R. J R." A Trial is Convincin Sold bv W. vV II. WE A REN HARDIN, Stauford, Ay. & CO. acd KAKHIS CENEEAL STORE!, LOGAN AVKVUE, C D. FOWE3CI., Kentucky, Stanford. kEggs 1 at Cincinnati on all tickets reading tbat way. On all regular World's Fair tickets from tbe South or Southern Ohio and readine via Cincinnati and the 0.. will be alH. tD. to Chicago, a lowed within the life of the ticket, and privpassengers can pecurethe stop-ovilege by depositing the tickets with the Merchants and Manufacturers' Associa tion at Cincinnati. For rates, folders and and full information regarding tbe world's trip, including special inducements offered by the citizens of Cincinnati for Htop over in tbe Queen City, ad- drees any C, II. & D agent, or h C. G. P. and T. A. World's Fair Route. 200 W. 4th street, Cincinnati, O. stop-ove- r er World's Fair Excursions. The C, 13. & D. will allow stop-over- s j" Special attention to Commercial Men. w ,n vrnxjw.., manager.OBEF..V. Proprietor. .Dcv- - ,.P BANKS THE JEWELER, W Carry Full Lin of Builders Suppli. THE HEST PLACE TO IJUV FINANCIAL. Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of THE NATIONAL BUILDINGS LOAN ASSN Watches, Clocks Of Louisville, Ky., that has ever been declared oy any similar in.tituticn doing butlnri in tho State It has o era half million dolb-sa-t- ti and Wall A. Paper ! R. PENNY. Seventh Annual Dividend at 12 por cent, por annum 'ltus is the largest net dividend Has declared its Jewelry All new stock and latest designs. hoie who have used Dr King's New Discovery know its Mine and tho.euho have not have titles are in now the ootortunltv totrv it free. Call on the ad vertised drugKist and get a tiial bottle iree. Send the association until property is entirely paid for 1 nisis tne nrc.cn, saicst and roost propcrnus As - Co , Chicago, and vour name to H. E. ltuck'en Aoociatinn in the State. It docs not deduct any get a trial bottle of Dr. King' New Lite Pills as sum whatever from dues for expenses. wellasacopy of Guide to Health and Household Par particulars call 011 Instructor free. All of which is guaranteed to do II. HELM or T A RICE. Local Agts . R Penny's havo for tale a limited numlior of Black Lang-sha- n ox good and cost ou nothing at A. Oraddren John H. Leather", President, or C. M. and Ligtt ltrahma Ej;gs for ale from two drugstore Phillips, General .Mtnager, Louisville Ky . . ij very fine pens of fowl- -. Orders promptly attended Seo the World's Fair for 16 Cents Send to. Ilr.ihma $1 50 per setting, Lanchan Si. Upon receipt of your addiess and 15 cents in .TO. GEO. C KELLER, JR , in your order. SUnfurd, Ky post.gc stamps we v. ill mall you our Siuvenir Columbian Kxpoaition Portfolio of the World's Die regular price is 30c, but as we want)Outo have one we make the price nominal You uill find it a work of Art and a thing to be prized. It AND LINCOLN COUNTY. contains full pago view sol the great buildings, with descriptions ol same and isesecuteu in me t will open on January itth, 1S9 a First-Clait after Thanking you for your oi art. If not satisfied with Durjt, from which I can supply any quantity ol highest style will refund the stamps and lit you lasi season, I respectfully liberal ratronage for ten you net it we request its continuance Jersey milk to the people of Mantord and itowkeep the book Address H. K. llucklen .V Co , during the coming season. Indeed I expect all to land ut the lollowiug prices, delivered: use the Chicago, 111. so cents Fresh Milk, per gallon There is nothing I have ever used for muscular .. . 10 cents .Skimmed Mflk, pir gallon., rheumatism that gives me as much relief as 8 cents Milk, per gallon Butter Pain Balm does. I have been using it For these reasons- - First. It Is made by a home for about two years, four bottlts in all, as occaI will make two trips dally, The patronage ol the institution. Second, the Ice is absolutely and sion required, and always keep a bottle ol it in my chemically pure, belnj; G. A. I'EVION. public is solicited. made from spring water, I good thing when I get home. Stanford, Ky hold of I believe know a is tbe best liniment I which is first distilled and then carefully fdtered 91. 1 yr. it, aud Pain Halm before belnjf froaen. 1 hird, Artificial Ice will last W. I!. Denny, dairyman. New haecermet with.cent bottle-- , for sale by W. B. much longer than Dond Ice. Fourth, an nl,l.inl- Lexington, O. 50 of cholera is looked for during the year and nothNotice to McKoberlsiirugslst, Stanford. ing is so apt to produce or spread this diseat- - as .. ..I hae had impure water or Ice. Fifth, it will be promptness and certainty of its cures hae The made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy famous. It is intended esDcciallv tor coughs, colds, croup most effectual Delivered PunctuAt Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and and whooping coughs, and is the Mr. C. II. Mam, al! have in connection with Hotel one of the best sa- remedy known for these diseases. a great sale on Doors ol L'nlon City, Pa , says "I have ; a uirht loons in the State, open day and night warrant Remedy. Chamberlain's man meets all trains. In connection with Hou&r bottle and have C'ouh heard ol one I failing to every give never have also one of the best Mineral wells in the htati Every morning at tbe following Prices: entire satistjction " jo cent bottles for sale by and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs W. Ii McRoberts, Druggist, Stanford. Patrick, Louisville, Mr and Mrs. Floyd InG. W. For 100 pounds or over 40c per hundred. gram, Erin, Tcnn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. 45c per hundred. While Mr. T. J. Kichey, of Aitc.na, Mo . was For jo pounds to 100 D. E. Proctor, C. II. Hraum, Mr. and Mrs T. W. 50c per hundred. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Johnson, traveling iu Kansas he was taken violently ill For 10 to jo pounds.- New Haven, Jim Cor, Grcensliurir. Rates $J per with cholera morbus. He called at a drug store No less than 10 pounds delivered. to get some medicine and the druggist recommend-e- d o day. J. M. Petrey, clerk. Give me a call. E. IIREMEK. . W. CARRIER, Prop. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea 980iy Remedy so hljjhly he concluded to try it. The result was immediate relief, aud and a few doses cured him completely. It is made for bowel and nothing else. It never fails. For sale by V li. McRoberts, Druggist, btantnid. I real-cUt- e. Always'sells roods lower than anyono else in town New stuck of Fruits every All Free Has Never Had a Single Loss. Complicated Watch Repairs and AM its funds are secured b first liens on Imnmr. Artistic Engraving a Specialty. ed In many instances the All goods sold engraved tree of charge. Osr-Yo- And SILVERWARE. For Hatohing'. patronage respectlully solicited. Th ePfcople ot Stanford ft f 'll,,g AT- Bo Ko we: Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer "5T nnfl )n-jO-t L-- iW-i-M ss Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial 1'lows, McCormick I Iai vesting 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. r VrXAL-H- t'ham-berla- MANUFACTURED ICE, , the Traveling Public. JK. T r CLAKKI -- THE SHELTON HOUSE Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, There are three of tho best llarbers 111 tbe Slate There are also excellent Rath Rooms run in connection. Agent for I csinfcton Steam Laundry, STHAXJB& CO., ...PkACriCAL.. Tke Fooa Vlly. The finest fruit belt of New Meslco. No fall Mucin crops under irrigation if properly attended to. All fruits grown iu California can be immn cept oranges and lemons. M?,lco' Land Irom $ tn $jo per .croon 10 years time, at O per cent. Call on or addre.s, , I Regularly and t your Plumbers and Steam Fitters. THE GOFFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY. Dealers in all kinds of Iron and Ilrats Goods for steam and water Sanitary Hoods of all kinds. All work guaranteed against defective material and wisrkinaiiship 37 R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S, Stanlord, Ky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now in my charge and I intend to conduct it so as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list ol friends, bpecial accommodaand tine rooms for tions for commercial traveler the dlsploy cf samples. Farmers Rank&Trnst OF STANFORD, Co , j OF STANFORD. KY. KY., Capital Stock SUrplUS 9200,000 THE RILEY HOUSE - cnm-plai- Is now fully organired and ready for business wilt 20,000 depc-aitor- P. B. BILEY.Proprletor, London, II John H. Kentucky. FRANK RILKV, Buciclln'a Arnica Salve. The belt salve in the world tor cuts, bruises ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corni and ail skin crup tions and positively cures pile, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to giv. perfect satisfaction or money refunded. rnce 35 ccnis per dux. Kor sale by A. R. Penny, Sunlord, Ky. I have moved to my new Hotel .and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached andeveiy convenienc.de stred. Give me a call. Cattleman. A. G. Laotian ROYAL Insurance E Company, OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAjN MANAGERS,", Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. unlike the ordinary pills in cheap wooden or paste-boir- d boses. 'they're put up in a better way, and they act pills. in a belter way, than the huge, No griping, no violence, no reaction afterward that sometimes leaves jou worse off than before. Iu that way the v cure permanently. Sick Head-schllilious Headache, Constipation, Indigestion Bilious Attacks, and all derangements ot the liv er, stomach and bowels, are presented, relieved aim cured. granules, a cow- They're tiny, sugar-coate- d pound of refined and concentrated vegetable extracts ihe smallest in lire, the easiest to take, aud the cheapest pill you can buy.for they're guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money is reon pay only for the good you get turned There's nothing likely to be "Jut as fcood." e, -- That's tbr w.y Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets come. And it's a more important point than you think. It keeps them always fresh and reliable, In Olass. W. . TXJ21LB, Local Ant, . STANFORD, KY. and John Madison count' farmers, fought over an old grudge, when Port woo I was hit wit a.itoup, perhaps fatally wouud-ta- g him. George Hamilton Tort-woo- d, to ,b. f.c in sunfora National Hank Act , depositors are secured not enly by the capital i ttock, but bv the stockholders' liability for aa I amount equal to tbe stock, so tbat SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL ' i A.FIrst-Claa- s ol M inttitution are secured by a BANK OP STANFORD, fund of $400,000. wum statements oi tnecondition of the bank POOL ROOMS attached Aad BILLIARD and r mad. each yearto the United States governNow closing up) with the same assets and uoiUi j7-JOSEPHiCOFFKY. ment and its assets are cumin. .1 .. .....T.i ... the same management. Hy provisions of its chatter, depositors are as i'JJ,0VVl,?el,f "eni'' ,hut ecurlngaddititon T hit famed Summer Retort, with its fully protected aa aie depositor in National "" .r institution, " This v originally established at the Banks, its shareholder being held Individual!! liable to the extent of the amount of their stock J?' osit Bank of Stanford in 1S58, then lU&tful Surin therein at the par value thereof, in addition to tat lied as the .National Bask ol Kimfar.i III HI amount invested in such shares. It may act as againre.prganiiedathe First National Bank of ..u.u,u . imi, nas naa practically an uninter executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at an individual. LUdj?K.t.i!:?ofP,e,lM' " uPPH.d for transacting business prompt To those who entrusted their buisiness to ut Lincoln National Bank el ly aud liberally than ever before in its long aa while mnaglng th. ReStanford, we we here tender our many thanks and honorable career. Account of corporation!, 9 rX' A j 1 firm and individuals respectfully tollc- trust they will continue to transact their bustnetl with us, offering as (guarantee for prompt attenTh Directory oi this Bank 11 composed oi tion to same, our twenty year' experience ii banking and as liberal accommodations as are con- T. J. Foster, of Stanford; Health and pleasure seekers will find this sistent with sound banking. PorestMs,'Reid, Lincoln county ; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; DlRICTOHs: S.H. BaughmanJLincoln; AN M. J, Miller, Mt. Vernon; J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. M. Hall, Stanford; their wonted health and energies and To recover fare at J. S. Hocktr, Stanford; J. S. Owsley Stanford; at the same time secure quiet, home-likS. J. Kmbry, Stanford ; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. J. B. Lynn, Stanford ; A. W. Carpenter, Milledg.vill.; W. O. Welch, Stanford; Pr ce of Board from $; to $11 pereek. J. F. Cash, Stanford; All kinds of vehiclei painted trimmed and re Fo further information apply to OFFICERS:'P,TU' SUtt,0ra' s William Gooch, Sunlord, Ky. style. Plain and ornamental y aired in I. S. Hoclrer, President; GUS HOFMANN, igns. Satisfaction guaranteed in both workman- S. II. Shanks, President. , m UTC. J.B.Owsley, Cathl.i. I'lllV. dllU VU ...M,!. John J, WcRoberts.Csthitr; Daugherty's blacksmith shop, Stanford, Ky. Crab Orchard, Lincotn County, Ky. W.M. Bright, Teller. A. A. McK nney, AtsttUnt Cathlcr. CRAB ORCHARD Paid up Capital of BltrjJlua, . - $200,000 21000 Au.nt.o or ih. puwiH. ,n.id ,he on,ly ii li,h,.,J' provisions Nv,0J,1,llBk of the SPRINGS. roundings, Saloon tl "" Stftling Wattrt and JOHN B. DeNARDI, j ,u...j ,,,, Is Now Open for the ception of Guests. fldu-cian- et, ADMIRABLE PLACE Reasonable Rates. Carriage Painter and Trimmer, first-clasMil-- ,IC. -- -, a. 'I-- " m j I & llagTa.l.al Vrfl fcV -' t"Z W ..