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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893052301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v i -- V? "1!WV? it s i" 'f& Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxi. LONDON, Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 23. 1893. LANCASTER, 8ARRARD COUNTY. Semi-Annu- NO. 24 -- LAUREL COUNTY. Meeting. HUSTONVILLE. v The Oth al Col. Alvah Pulllans is hero from Mr. John F. Stormes has qualified Hustonville baa been dull of late, Meeting of the Christian Chhrch of Linand as thit, letter will prove, newB is and given bond as administrator of his coln Taint Lick. County convened at Crab Orchard scarce. W. P. Baker ws in Louisville moat father's estate. May 1U.V 10 o'clock, Bro. Peter W.CarRev. Mr. McDonald, an evangelist, We are still willing to put up that of Inst week. ter In the chair. Bro. Joe Severance, Jr., MOUNTAIN preached at the Christian church Sunstack of blue chips on Judge W. E. conducted Business Monger K. 0. Wilton the opening dovotional exer- day morning. hustling up the Walker for collector of this district. in London Thursday cises. Bro. W. N. Brlney delivered a Doc and Brother Drye are training Mr. John M. Duncan, who is as- hearty debtors. and earnest welcome address, horses at Moreland and are doing a good Your correspondent is tho proud signed to duty as U. S. gauger in Ander- which was responded to by Bro. W. L. business. They have in charge some 15 possessor of a pedigreed stallion now and son county, is at home for a few days' Williams. W-A-TBIsplendid performers. I am contemplating namlug him Billy reot. R, Next camo an address by Bro. O. E. Tho young people are looking forSunday was the annual "bonnet Tate, Bubject, Walton. "Heroism." Bro. W. E. ward with much pleasure to the com- Canary and Mocking Bird Cages, Hanging Baskets, Flower, Crocks. The London and PMtaburg base ball show" day at the Fork church. A large Ellis then addressed the convention on mencement exercises of Christian Col- New stock of Genuine Carbolic Sheep Dip. Prices reasonable. players crossed bata at tbo latter place delegation of Lancaster's young folks and "America's Standing Army." Then Bro. lege, which come off early in June. several couples from Stanford attend-e- Milton Elliott set forth in Wednesday. Score stood Pittsburg, 1 a very forcible It is more than probable tbot Mrs. London 30. manner tho aim and agencies of our Nannie Owens and her son Ed will run One of tho largest audiences seen in work. Bro. Stephen Collier Blondell A Oonkling'rf Comedy Co. then read a the Cumberland Falls Hotel this season; stand here and had Lancaster for quite awhile attended the startling letter from made a r. L. acsi in: Pope Leo XIII to however, they D. B. CAHHSELL. have made no announcegood crowds at every performance at the gospel temperance meeting at the Pres- the Romish Church. ment to that effect yet. JacKHon Opera House. It is certainly a byterian church Sunday night. The disThe chair then appointed the followSmith Yowoll is again on the road, course was by Elder Frank. These meet- ing committees: On Resolutions, Bros. good variety show. this time with Foard-EatoA Co. It is Conliderablo preparation is being ings will continue to bo held every Sun Ellis, Beazley, Root, Jo Severance, Jr., made to celebrate Decoration Day, May day night at tho various churches until W. L. Williams; on Time and Place, to be hoped that Smith will not have the & bad luck to have his house go under, sb 30, at this place. Last year there was further notice. Bros. Powell, Bush, Murphy, King. did the last one he traveled for. Mr. EkIIigglns, of Louisville, was Office and stock room cor. Main and Somerset st; wareroom, paint nearly 2,000 people here and there will then adjourned for dinner and The brass bnnd is progressing nicely Sunday to see his many friends. reconvened at o'clock. more this time. hero probably be and repair shop at old Woolen Mills. Work built to order. Miss Inn Bright, whose illness was notJailer Dan Lovell and II. O. After dovotional exercises, conducted nnd the boys aro "tooting" long and loud. They are corresponding with Mr. Sunday for Jackson county, ed in this column last issue, has recover- by R. G. Frank, Bro. J. G. Livingston Frost, of Lexington, who will likely be where Loyel is to bo tried on a charge of ed Biilliciently to be removed to her spoko on "The Field and Its Needs." engaged to teach that is start them A'specialty. against him and Jink home uear Huhblo. Mrs. Scott and murder In the case 'Sign Work, artistic and plain, "lit We guarantee Iniesponsetoacail by Bro. Williams Young. Dan 1b confident of an acquit- daughter, Mrs. Charles Glass, of Jessa- n collection amounting to $13 was taken where Prof. Buchanan left off. work to give satisfaction. A share of patronage solicited. Jim Allen's locust grove, recently tal. mine, are visiting Mrs. W. B, Mason. up to aid In tho construction of a house set out, is growing nicely Creech and Miss Geor- MIm Lily Noel, of Danville, is visiting Mr. John W. and will soon CAMPBELL & AUSTIN, Stanford, Ky. of worship at Green River. make his property on Main street look gia A. Nelson wero married on the 18th. Miss Mamie Noel. Mr. Sam Harris, of By a unanimous vote tho following like a different place. He says that in Also Mr. D. II. Whitehead, formerly of Louisville, is here on a visit to his par- Executive Committee TO THE- was elected: Bros. ten years he will refuse a $1,000 for the Rockcastle, 4ml Misa Alico Hedrirk, ents. Misa Florence Jenkins, of Dan- Bosh, Powell, Root, P. W. Carter, trees to bo made into posts. May his daughter of James Hedrick, were mar- ville, Is the goest of Miss Mamie Currey. Brady, Hiatt, McCarty, Stephens, of tho brlde'a Miss Ellen G. Owsley leaves fondest expectations be realized. for King. ried Sunday at the home Bro. P. W. Carter was reelected We are looking for a number of marfather. Henderson, to attend the wedding of her chairman; Bro. We call your attention to the Late Improved 0. E. Tate was elected riages in the near future. An elopement George Pittnmn, of Pittsburgh, ac- cnusin, Misa May Ehrman. Bert Spensecretary. of two young society folks is daily ex companied by Mlsetfl Nelliu Pitman and cer, of the Bryant A Stratton College at Committeo on Time and Place reportpeoted, a former Casey county man will Nellie Keld, came through London Fri- Louisville, is here visiting his parents. ed Hall's Gap, on Saturday before the i!d soon go to hia native county and take day from Rockcastle river, where they Miss Jennie Lackey is in Richmond vis Sunday in Oct. 1803. unto himself a wife, while a gentleman bad been fishing for several days. They iting relatives. Committeo on Resolutions reportod who bears a cognomen similar to that of had a cat fish caught In the pool above Your correspondent had the pleas- the following report, which was heartily tho first man will "cross Rockcastle Bprlngi that weighed 35 lbs. ure of a visit to the handsome and hosover the creek" received and adopted: and join the list of Benedicts. Antonio Vogllotti's little pitable city of Harrodsburg on Saturday, Rxsolvkd, 1. That the co operative Mrs. A. B. McKinney, of the McKinboy is quite a talented youth. He the 20th. The constitutionality of the conversation local option law wan discussed before work of the churches within Lincoln ney vicinity, died Saturday of cancer of can carry on an ordinary county is indispensable in order to bear the breast after an illness of several In four different languages-Kngll- sh, Judge Saufley by Ool.W. G. Welch, of the the gospel message to those who do months. She was a consistent member German, French and Italian. His moth- Stanford, who represented tho applicants not attend tho preaching of the gospel at of the rresbyterian church and was a er is a German and Voglloltl is what his for the holding of an election in three our churches. splendid woman in every particular. name indicates. They converso togeth- Lancaster districts June 'M, and by Gen. 2. That the churches within tho counRev. W. W. Bruce preached a most exer in French Bnd each talk to him in W. J. Landram, who represented the ty are urgently requested to contribute to cellent funeral picked up contestants. Hon. R. P. Jacobs, of Danat her late residence Suntheir native tongue. He hs the treasury of tho county day at 2 i. m. and at 4 her remains wore And would say to you never buy without first examining it. We asAmerican on the outside. ville, was also present assisting Gen. so that their evangelist may give as much laid to rest in the Hustonville cemetery. Deputy U. S. Marshals Hughes and Ijindram. The judge has tho matter uu sure you that it is the simplest, most durable and the lightest draft time sb possible to the work. She was the Becond wifo of Mr. McKin- machine on the market and less liable to get out of order. Call and Owens have been In this county during tier consideration and will render a de 3. I bat tlio work accomplished by ney aud left no children. tho past week and have trrested several cision some time soon. Tiio local mem- our evangelist it. It is represented at Crab Orchard by W. A. Carson, at Stanford is eminently satisfactory Fox, whom bers of the Harrodsburg bar were courSir. and Mrs. R. J. Lyles, of Nash- by D. B. Stagg. at McKinney by Alford & McKinney, at Kings-vill- e nartles: among them James aud encouraging and that ho should bo ville, are guests mv found in Clay county. Fox is teous and kind to tho visiting attorneys at Mr. J. M. Cook's. by W L. McCarty and at Hustonville by John Riffe. charged with killing Deputy Marshal and wero all present during tho argu sustained and encouraged to press his Miss Kate Cook, who lias been with her work to still greater success. sister, Mrs. Lyles, returned with her. Hamilton In Owsley founty two years ment of tho question heforn the court. I. That the obstruction that hinders . Mrs. Pattie Drye and daughters, Misses ago and has been indicted itil tho l courteJudge Saufley fins by his ability, tho progrefs of the gospel is the numer- Alico and Mabel, leave Don't fail to see the Buckeye Machines. in a fow days for Kept by each agent. court for murder. This I the second sy and impartiality upon the bench capbrought beloro the tured the people of Mercer ns ho has ous licensed saloons, affecting more or Mt. Sterling to vteit relatives. Mrs. raso of the kind ever lees for evil tho morals of tho young men Prissio Drye will soon visit relatives at court, so Deputy Hughes Informs tho done in all the counties of hia district. in every community, and frequently re Call and see our wriler. Stanton, this State. This visit will be The papers indicate a creat desire upon Biilting in disturbing rel'giouH m ESffsffl mmmmmm worship Mrs. Dryo's first out in a decade. Jako the part of tho people all over the Statu nnd leading to violence. McKNNEY- Tucker, of the wild and wooly west, will to mako htm governor. He would make NEW 5. evils legalized in our .Hmr. J. H. Julian filled his pulpit a good one, but a good jutlu Is of vastly countyThat such the united and.'pesistent arrive in a fow days to visit Ids father, demand Mr. R. H. Tucker. hero Saturday and Sunday. Ilia wifo more importance to the people than a efforts of every good citizen for their reSaves time labor and expense A young man who had been calling accompanied hlm. The good iruvernor. Liter on n change might nil children moval. on a certain youug lady in town eeveu wifo presented highly com- bein order, but for tlio present lot it repastor and 0. That tho thanks of this convention nights out of tho week was asked by tho Guaranteed to be plimentary letters of dismission from the main "Judge Saulley." are tendered tho church nt Crab Orchard mother of the said young lady a fow dajs Baptist church at Proipect, Ohio, upon Owsley, Jr., has been win- for John Sam their generous hospitality so lavishly since why he did not bring his clothes which recommendation they were re- ning golden opinions from tho bar and fellowship of the Biptlst the public in his zeal and ability as a bestowed upon the members of this con- and stay all tho time. The y. in. did not ceived Into tho vention. W. !:. Ellis, Ch'n. wait to reply, but left very augry. Ho church hero. Tho p.inor baptized Mrs prosecutor. The Commercial Hotel, unAltera few talks by Bros. soon forgot his wrath, though, and on Davidson and she was received der the management of Mr. James It Vianna And to give satisfaction. Collier, Baktr, Williams, the convention Sunday was seen occupying his seat ou Into tho church on profession of her Owens, Is Urut class iu every respect. Tho was adjourned by Bro. Collier, nnd every tho front porch. faith In Christ. host is untiring in bin effort to mako valued citizens ha his guests comfortable and ho succeeds ono went away feeling that "it was good Ono more of our A to have been there." Oltty. juet passed into eternity, laving many in all lie undertaken Tho argument on Tho good people of Crab Orchard will An oxchahge sings this doleful .song o hearts to mourn. Wo reler to tlio ucain Saturday wan in the name long bo remembered by all who attend "Father, dear father, come home with of Mrs. A. B. McKinney, which occurred in which tho gifted orator, S. S. Prentifs, ed the convention, becauscol theirboun-tifu- l mo now, for ma has some carpet to beat; at 8 o'clock Saturday night. Shu had made his famous speech iu tho Wilker-sohospitality. tiho'egotall tho furniture out in the of tho breast been a sulferer from cancer trial. P. W. Caiitkii, Ch'n. yard from tlio front door clean down to was confined to for several months, but Thu crops pn tho farms iu Mercer, R. G. Fkakk, Sec'y pro tern. tho street. Tho stove must come down flvo weeks. She was Boylo and Garrard aro exceedingly her bed only about and be put in tho shed, nnd the yard iu her o7th year when death came and promising and the country looks as tho' MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. must bo cleaned of dead grass, for it's relieved her of her pain and Havered tho it might justly bo termed tho garden spot heavMary Kasminsky, a Michigan girl, time to clean house and the devil's to New Stock and Lower Prices than ever offered offered here before. cord that had kept her out of tho of tho world. We can then convince you that she, had so faithfully was married tlio other day to Frank pay and tho front windows need some See our stock and get prices. enly home which Tho symptthy of of ilanuck, who was on tho evo of depart- glass. Father, dear father, come homo On tho occasion of tho Knights coveted for years. ing for tho penitentiary to serve a term witli mo now, aud bring soma bologna tho community is with tho bereaved Pythias celebration, to bo held at and cheese; it's most twelve o'clock and Ky.,.May l!0, tho Queen urn! of Boven years for manslaughter. husband, who Is now alone in life at tho there's nothing to eat I'm hungry, I'm Crescent aud Louisville Southern Hail advanced ago of GO years. Miss Leafy'Nall, tho beautiful and Our stock is complete and immense. All kinks of Dress Goods too Coffey, of roads will sell tickets from all stations in fascinating daughter of Editor Ion B. weak in tho knees. All the dinner wo'll Mr. and Mrs. Dock have will bo cold snaps and such, and numerous to mention are now on our counters. Calicos, 4 A Ind.. aro visiting relatives Kentucky at one faro for the round-triXall, of Louisville, is shortly to marry Armstrong Strowd, of making tickets good Mr. II. F. Shanks, of that city. Misa wo'll havo to eat standing up, too, for few more straw hats sold formerly at $1.25, now go at 35c. An eleselling May !0 and here. Mrs. andMre.T. J. Creas.of Waynes-bur- to return until May III. The chief at- Leafy is ono' of tho most winsome of wo- the table nnd chairs are all out in the gant line of Ladies' Slippers just in. Children's and Boys' Suits from 80c to $9 per suit. Come and get a pair of are visiting at Mrs. Peggy Gooch's. tractions will be a street parade, prize men and Mr. Shanks is to bo congratu yard oh, I wish spring was through. Father, dear father, come Is visit- drill, barbecue dinner, etc. For further Mr. Fred Sholton, of Somerset, lated on winning her. noma wuu me now, tor ma is ruau as a ing hie uncle, John Beck. W T. Dodd information call on agents or address 1). us pleasure to announce Turk; she says you are a lazy old thing court at Lib- G. Kd wards, G. I A., Cincinnati, O. and A. J. Cannon attended that, after a courtship extending over a and that she proposes to put you to They . Bed Sets, Lace Curtains, &c. In fact are strictly erty Monday. K. L. Tanner was also of years, Mr. W. P. Grimes and An exchungo tells of a subscriber who number work. There's painting to do and paper we can sell you any thing you ask for. Come one and all and get order that business might preseutin died and left II years' subscription un- Miss Ella Givena will be married to hang, and windows and casings to prices and if we do not sell you we will do you good by giving you proceed without interruption. Had he Tho ceremony will occur at Mrs. scrub, for it's house cleaning time, and pointers. Always court paid. The editor appeared as the lid of failed to appear on the street tho W. Givens, after whjch the new pair co din was being screwed down and S. you've got to come home, and revel in might havo appointed a committee to tbo duster, a thermomoter, a will leave for Chicago, to be gone u few auds and cold grub." of this place at put in a linen confer with the citizens palm leaf fan and a receipt for making weeks. Our hearty congratulations are once as to the old gentleman's physical Tma is the way the Florida editors im- Eggs, butter, &c. Will give you the top of the market. extended in advance of the happy After this and mental condition and then adjournpressed the people of Bowling Green: we will give away to every 20th purchaser the amount of the purA. Powell, of Johnson county, event Capt. B. Hansed to await their report. W. "The Florida Press Association took chaser to Si, whatever it may be, for 30 days. You will find us at Texas, is. creating much curiosity at the The third party is, to all appearances, breakfast here on their trip to Chicago. ford aad wife andW. J. Duncan and World's Fair. He ia said to be the tall' the old stand in Rowland. wife, of Somerset, are visiting old friends est man iu the U. S., being 7 feet and 4 now dead in this section, where it was Some of them were rather seedy for edonce ao rantankerous and ubiquitous. In itors and too green for anything. Noand relative here. inches. Webster county, where it was always body need be surprised to hear of their m e For a durable whitewash for trees and There U nothing I have ever used for mutcular strongest, a fragment of the party held a blowing out the gas while at Chicago. Cham (..mi. use a bushel of boat white lime, rheumatism tht civet me as1 much relief avog it meeting at Dixon laat week to nominate There were many intelligent men among have bean Pain Balm does. Add to the berlain' two yean, four bottles in all, aa occa- a candidate for representative to the Legfur about slaked in boiling water. however, and some of the South's and always keep a bottle ol it in my them, of lnc and 2 sion required, home. I believe I know a good thing when I get islature, but the attendance waa so small crMm 4 pounds sulphate dissolved in water. hold of it, and Pain Halm is tho best liniment I the meeting adjourned without action most prominent journalists. They gave pounds common salt hays ever W. B. Denny, dairyman. New the following as the motto of their assoenough to use Lexington,met with.cent bottles for tale by W. II. O. jo Make the mixture Btrong until a date in July. O wensboro Mes- ciation: 'If you don't like it, pour it back McRoberU, Druggist, Stanford. color senger. with the brush. If a light brown into the jug.' " While s T. J. required, add a little hydraulic cement, traveling Mr. Kansas Rltchey, of Altoua, Mo , was e is he was violently in Buolclln'a Arnica Salve). red for cholera morbus. He called taken drug storeilltowith Two Jews were hung at Tunkhan-nock- , get at a Is KsetiviacHis ocher for yellow and Venetian The beat salve la the world lor cuts, bruise tome medicine and the druggist recommended Pa., the first instance of the kind ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chappink or red. Scientific American. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ami Oiarrhrra Remped bands, chilblains, come and all skia crup so highly to : : : is edy immediate he concluded tewtry it. The result Uons and positively cures pUs, or no pay requir in the history of America. Only one othwas relief and a dotes cured him The government printing offieo givw made for it is refunded been completely. ItItisnever falls. bowel complaintY,and es, moneyguaranteed 10 rnce pcricci tauwacuoa er Jew was ever sentenced to death and have nothing else. 5 ccaia per bos. B. or For tale by nhort of work and 323 men be died before the day ol execution. Goods Warranted and 4a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me cal w0r tale by A. R. Penny, Staatord, Ky. McKoberti , druggist, Stanford. suspended. WE SF.LL- - The Gurney Refrigerator, THE WHITE ICE CREAM FREEZERS, OOOX,ElK;S, McKINNEY BROS. d. four-night'- s n NEW CARRIAGE SHOP, OAMPBirr.T. AT7STXN, Fto'rs. Con-venti- 1 Kver-solele- ft House Painting and Paper Hanging -- Dud-dera- r, to-da- y Farmers of Lincoln Co. d New Buckeye Machines. .ll kiistds o:f :r,:e:p.a.i:r,s PROCESS STOVE. PERFECTLY SAFE. live-minu- te House-Cleanin- g W H. WEAREN & CO. court-hout- n NEW : HOUSE, WE ARE THE LEADERS. Jc. n, Craw-frtr.ia- m p, g, house-cleanin- g iyes OUR DOUGLASS OR BUELL first-class- SHOLS, BRING US TOUR PRODUCE. STEPHENS & KNOX. 1 H.6.R0PLET,- tl ;l SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. k '..itrf'rtfcl. f, . v rr v V ' i - PS("j Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., May 23, 1893 tiTANFORD, W. F. WALTON. EIGHT : PAGES. be remembered by moat democratic 8 the little man with the baa made an aMignment and big voice, will ro to North Dakota to live. In his younger days the judge loved a pretty maiden, who did not reciprocate his affections; at least she married another, and left him to weep in silence and alone. He gave up the society of ladies then and not until sir weary years bad passed did he even hope for happiness again. At that time the husband of the only woman he thought he could love died, and after the conventional period had passed, the judge again laid seige to the heart that he had failed to win before. This time he had better luck and about a year ago, be led his first and only lgve to the altar. For a time his happiness was supreme, but before very long an incompatibility of temperament be gan to manifest itself and matters grew from bad to worse, till finally the wife packed her trunk and left the house of her husband never to return. It is a sad ending of a romantic love affair and is another proof that the realization of anticipations rarely reach expectations. Judoe Tarvin, of Covington, who will eral Biwell, who seems not to know for what purpose ho is there. He sayB that the terms of fourth-clasare indefinite and that he will not permit them to be removed merely to make place for democrats. If Brer. Bissell would take his fat form away off in some neelected spot and lay it down and die the absence of tearful eyes among the boys in the trenches would be worthy of remark. This country is enjoying the luxury of entertaining royalty. Princess Eulalie, of Spain, is "in our midst" and is creat ing quite a furore, bhe called on tne un crowned queen of American womanhood at the White House Saturday and later Mrs. Cleveland with the wives of the cabinet otlkers invaded the Princess' appartmenta at her hotel, and everybody had sucn a nice time. s post-mast- ers The champion mugwump of the presGenent administration is Post-mast- er CHURCH AFFAIRS. Five Peoria distilleries, with a combined capacity of 80,000 gallons a day have withdrawn from the whisky trust and that concern is threatened with disruption. These be troublous times on combines and it will be the irony of fate if the whisky trust will be the first to go to the wall. --- meeting in county resulted in 20 addiBracken tions. Rev. W. E. Ellis is holding a meeting at Mt. Xenia. Preaching each night at 8 o'clock. Rev. J. H. Julian will preach at Pleasant Point next Sunday at 1 1 a. m. and at Wnynesburg at 3 p. m. The 65th annual council of the Epis copal diocese of Kentucky will convene in Christ Episcopal church, Lexington, to morrow. Mrs. Clagett, of Kentucky, was seat' edinthe Cumberland Assembly as a delegate, but the question of women 1 d eligibility to such a position is to ne later on. The West Lexington Presbytery dissolved the pastoral relations of Rev. A. S. Moflett with tho Midway church and he will sail for the missionary field in Brazil July 1. It waa a beautiful sight on last Sunday morning, at the Methodist church, when 28 persona were received into the of them were church. Twenty-threbaptized at the same hour. arrods-burg Democrat. o .1.... t .mlnn Hnrma-- tinort(ii I Rev. II. M. Scudder'B NOT TOO LATE YET. m 7J 7 7. . practically plain to you we ham built up such an immense business in are c,nr n. i7j.77a. ufp. nnnnujirji a Remarkable Sale, the merits of winch sure to be appreciated by all who come. ....'J 7. ,. ..n-tJtnt, 4fi f tl M 7) -- - J.ft 1t1.ft.Jt.fi III so aei-tle- call your attention to our LACF CURTAMS, BLINDS, $C. We can sell y,m,. n. rifZir nf Jnoe curtains tor 10c, worth 7?c: a pair for Goc, worth $i. A worth $1.75, pair vair for H.2", worth Si. 75; a pair for $1J0, We have $2; t1receivedfor big line a just ?2,Z0. 6 foot Linen Blinds for 80, worth We e -H- CARPETS AND MATTINGS, , tiv..-,.Jjf 10 ID8 CX)UlUrU IMIIUOI VUU.u.lVM . The legislative menagerie at Frankfort is greatly stirred up over Representative Halbert's speech, which he delivered at Vanceburg, in which he charged that many Senators had accepted bribes and that any number of members of the House were open to conviction on the point. A resolution was adopted calling upon him to come to Frankfort and his accusations. He has not come yet, but from his perch away offin the hills he reiterates the charges and Since Bays he wsb correctly reported. was written Mr. Halbert baa the above realized what a tempest he has raised and sent a letter to the Assembly, in which be hedges and lays all on the d n reporter. sub-stantua- fc Tjik World's Fair was not open Sunday as was proposed. The National commission opposed it and Attorney General Olneyieeued instructions to the district attorney at Chicago to be prepared to act bhould it be neueseary to restrain the managers from opening. In the mean time thooppoeition to the opening is gaining force and numbers and the probability is that those who want to see the great show will have to select another than the first daj of the week. any of them for office. There are 3o applicants for one colleclorship alone and the back districts yet to hear from. All the other ollices have dozens of applicants each, no matter if the pay is not Texas democrats are hungrier than J large. Texas evidently did not roll up that unprecedented majority for nothing. She wants pie and she wants it like the man who kept tavern in the I.oue Star State in its early history. n county, Ind., man has solv-problem of taking in the World's the Fair without much of an outlav. Including car fare, an entire day there only He got milk free at CDSt him GO cents. the milk exhibit, rolls do. at the yeaut exhibit and buttered crackers at the butter exhibit. There will not be many people who wish to act so niggardly, but we give this for the benefit of those who do. A FosKY el J, ? fc Fetter's Magazine is to be further irr. proved. Meesrs. Madison J.oawein anil Samuel Bush have become part owners of it and it ha been decided to invite Allen to occupy the edMr. James-Lanitorial chair, and the Hon. J. Fioctor Knott will be asked to preside over the Editor's Drawer. The publication is already an honor to the section it represents. Wondkrs continue to multiply. A woman has been found who did not think herbelf pretty. She lived in New York and not only agreed with the general verdict that she was painfully ugly, but went so far as to commit suicide, writing a note saying Bhe knew that she was po homely no man could ever love her. and passed Tub Senate resolution to adjourn sine die Juno the loth, but it has no idea of doing so. It will not be on one of those rure day in leafy June when the legislature finally puts up the Hhutters, but a very cold one, with the beautiful snow falling thick and fast. e nf-t- 2r 'l I BounnoN county elects her county judges for life on good bohavior. She has had only four judges since I80O and each has been elected till ho died in odice. The Kontuckian sayB the overwhelming vote by which Judge Samuels was shows that ho too will be forced to die at his post or live always. it The most unkindest cut of all comes from the Owensboro Messenger. Faithful are the wounds of a friend. Perhapi these were deserved. We feel guilty, at any rate, and regretted after it was too late that the silly paragiaph was print sented by from one to three or four per- 803 LtIi Southern Presbyterians are to sons and as Col. ?olk Johnson would 7. Tn, a new hvmn book. The Assembly Jh.'.).. i Hut J i..',s,o halcyon and vociferous time say, a very . .. MjlMiMJ LIyf;.l - -i 17(1;U fyfr." f MJZM -MIM.f -- .."1 i ST UT. 1M7MM. I. -",-s 911,9 MliMM.M.fM, rSW witav iw at Macon indorsed the "Hyrana 01 tne awaits us. 7&C to OW U. Age'' select and arranged by Robert WOOL SUlt& Rev. Dr. Eaton, of Louisville, nays he Kerri of Richmond, Va., and directed S x 1JOU WOHh will not patronize the World's Fair if it 0c, Me?i' 's publication committee to have it the is opened on Sundays, This is very sad, printed at once. IS see. by 75c. Come hut arrangements may be effected i?.tlior than have Rev. T. DeV itt brought to the which Mahomet may be Talmage carry into execution his threat mountain, if the mountain will not go to to resign tho pastorate of tho Brooklyn Mahomet. Tabernacle, the oflicerfl of tho church $100,-00- 0 Iibb found another man met Saturday and wiped out tho The president banging over it debt that has been with a peculiar patronimic and present bought up to T. Nunnelley has with a position. He is Mr. Kerr 'like a nightmare" a long time. ed him Notwithstanding the other attrac- date about 75,000 pounds of wool at an j Craige, of North Carolina, and he will be general, vice tion, a good crowd attended the union average of about 22c. third assistant to the $300 saddle services at the Presbyterian church Sun-I- UME...Kn entries Hazen resigned, because he hail to. E. Ellis preach- ,.ln June 15. Write to day night, when Rev. W. , HU1I11UU liuiow County NEWSY MOTES. uo un Secretary Lincoln cd. The next meeting win 8 christian church and will be conducted blanks. Fair date July 2. and -1 lis entire interest in the A forest fire invaded a lumber camp iiArnold, of tho Methodist .hi :im1 iiMinr loam00,000. Miio oi aud caused the by Rev. W. E near Lake City, Mich., for church. been sold from Palo Alto loss of 10 lives. years Brood mares are profitable U you have Rev. W. K. Keller, who a few Miss Mary Hardwick, of Science ago accepted a call to tho Presbyterian Hill, was Bhot by unknown parties and Aander, of Woodford, church at Meridian, Mies., is coming placed on a freight train. Kentucky. Mrs. Keller will tnke 37 yearling thoroughbreds n New Wk James E. Murdoch, the great trage- back to v priucipalship of Roaeland Female at an average ol dian and teacher of elocution, died at tho Academy, Bardstown, in June, and Dr. brought $1,10. Aud- Cincinnati in tiis 84th year. will, as soon as his health per-- I am still buying " - .ell will take 90,000 vieitora a day to Keller It to mits, accept a pastorate in this Statu. ee all persons who have it pay the expenses of the World's Fair and colored Christian Monday next. Remember will m tl.t The Stanford so far that number has not nearly matechurch, after a very successful meeting highest market price. I. M. lr"Ltj rialized. Iambs owes and weeks, held by Rev. W. M. Rich ..'nY.-T- wo Horace F. Smith, brother of Presi- of two can Sunday of Winchester, closed it my Pl- -o April 28. Oner dent M. H. Smith, of the h. & N., has ards, with 14 additions, four by baptism came to r Bl l' night them by payuw been appointed general freight agent of ami to the church. P.aptiz .ndpMtafe.b.V.Oiven.M.elCt. t..n . theQ &C. owned by ingSuuday in Logan's Creek. We praise -B- elmont Chief bfts. The Chinese minister has informed is making God from Whom nil blessings now. - Crow of Lincoln Stock Farm, the secretniy of state that his country is of his life. Mares from lan;o attendance of both white and col not likely to adopt any retaliatory measv filing to be ored at the baptizing. fiye States are at his stable ures on account of the Geary law. attendA reporter of this paper who Dr. T. J. Hourigan has been sentenencreHofwluatinthiscoun- And ask .i continuance of the patronage extended the firm of Higgins ed services at the Dan villo Baptist church ced to ten years in the penitentiary by haaer Sunday asserts that the choir there is ty has been sold recently, the - & VanArstlale, and will make it to the interest of others to trade with the cotut at Lobanon, hut the sentence State. .Miss .an paying all expenses of attention d me. The books and accounts have been transferred to me and I will days pending an among the best in the was suspended for 00 Ret nie Stodgbill, the organist, manipulates vesting, at 40c for every bushel he continue the latter with all who desire. appeal. calculated to inJessamine Journal. The Fayette county court of claims the keys in u manner ,lirI11i SaClothing, Hoots ami Shoes will be sold regardless of cost to close just Capt. Win. C. D C. Terhune has of the county judge spire the listener, while has fixed the salary stock. adds volume six counties. He out from a trip through at 51,500, that of the county attorney at Price with a Conn cornet now and sweetness to the art divine. The mule trade is a little better "VJIsr-A.K-SID-A.Xa$900 and that of the county superintendJ-Hep. E practices regularly every week and than it was this time lawt year. choir ent at $1,100. gotten music down to a fine point. hbed5Smulecolts all mares President Ulman, of the Oglethorpe has Kinsej ship church is over an average ol $03. Jerry National Bank at Brunswick, Ga , com- The membership of the to the excel- ned ast week to Cincinnati 3 cars o hogs mitted suicide in tho hank over financial 400 and all seem devoted Lynch. troubles. A run followed and tho hank lent pastor, Rev. J. W. 1 etkar G. Craig, of Chicairo, a to Gc and were sold atOi to , Jc. Dr. Willis had to be closed. shipment. to sue something over $300 on the Near Mulberry, Ark., John Wilson, native of Danville, was elected aud kill- ceed Rev. W. C. Young as moderator of -- Harrodsburg Democrat. old man, was shot a Assembly of the HUBBLE. ed by a Mr. Summers, his brotherin-aw- , the Northern General Church, now in session at have attempting to abduct and marry Presbyterian for -- Mrs.SamEugleman and son for Washington. Judge J. W. Lapsley, of George Fugleman the latter's daughter. to live with elected moderator of Enbanks and Mrs Mrs. Walton Henderson Crutch er Anniston, Ala , was at Ma- Awhile Mrs. Sallie Assembly daughter of Dr. Howard Henderson, at the Southern General jlms Robinson will start We.lue.day in the history of "is relatives in Illinois aud Missour, one time superintendent of public in- con, Ga , the first time t in the United to of Kentucky, died at Hartwell, the Presbyterian Church struction Pennington was vis tin. tho t n layman has been elected to States O , after a protracted illness. " Owsley. Mrs. Kl. oilico of moderator of a General As- . Mrs Charles Conway, of Bourbon, the of Peters-burghouse painted. sembly. Rev. W. S. Ferguson, who witnessed the terrible mutilation 'Ill , was chosen to preside over the Snera have about finished plant- at Little a ne Cumberland General trade is now of Mr. and Mrs. Frauk Conway by The knife, cave birth to n Itock, Ark lying in the i?ro with n corn Sndheebn-r- all saved, not Orders, for Hread by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Adthe other day, which livheadless infaut FARM AND TRADE ITEHS. counting the dollars R. ZIMMKR, Stanford, Ky. who have not dress. ed 15 minutes. made and the farmers themselves for J. II. L.f 2:12, stands at tho low figThe mystery surrounding the death t .old are now lahl men ... of A. V. DuPont, the bachelor million- ure of 550 ;i0t while & Holman sold to Cotton, up It McClure aire, of Louisville, id being cleared actint; the fool. the country were is now established that he met his death of Madison, (i steers at 3c. Col. Underwood sold to R. Cobb, in Maggie Tavne's bagnio, but not by Jr., a bunch of feeders at If. violence, as has been Btated. J. J. it A. J. Thompson bought in Dlondin, the strong man, died from at Rockcastle and Pulaski 75 shoals at 5c. the effects of a broken blood vessel k"l' "U"- Coffey iv Hums sold to Johnson, of Hocklou.eonli.-p.M.MSaranac, N. Y. He was trying to hold 3c. on hand two horses together pulling in opposite Bovle, a bunch of fat heifers at j. l. MnntQ ...v-v- . The Glenarme distillery shipped 45 All Kinds directions, when tho animals made a Saturday for export. of cattle lunge and nearly jerked him in two. We,lll.or..a.WlvTyo..t.. llo.!H' Will Hays had a fine lll.'y colt, by Mrs. Stella Baird, the beautiful postthe ""P' CRMr.MAnrs mare, master at LaGrango, has beuu found to Silver Tip, out of his tine brood Jbe short in her accounts and the to drop dead a few days ago. DerB. DcNAUDI, Buck McCann won tho Latonin is now wild with grief. It is thought WE II A VI-- : FOR SALK Midway' 3d. It v. as her father stolo tho money from her, by, Boundless 2d, that as ho disappeared as soon as an inspector worth $4,470 to tho winner. If yon want to save jour mutton1 arrived. against the and make vour country blest, just give The balance of trade Tl e simplest binder made. United States for the 12 months ending your dog a""button" and nature will do April SO ih shown by a statement issneJ the rest. The farmers by the bureau of statistics to have reachLancaster Couiit. to attend court yesterday ed the enormous sum of $77,(502,501. The were too busy Or two horse binder. Deering Mower and Deering Hinder Twine. decrease of exports during the year and tho consequence wbb the crowd whs Call on us for a beautifully illustrated catalogue, 'Triumphs of the and the im- small and business generally dull. No amounted to $162,743,7-1019th Century," describing Chicago, the World's Fair, and folports increased $94,000,017. cattle were ottered publicly but tho Deering works; also a lot of neat memorandum books. It will be to The unwritten law does not always lowing private sales were made: Thompthe interest of every farmer who needs machines to see us before buy avail. Henry Scott, who killed Sam son & Brown eold to J. S. Owsley a lot We will always be found at the office of the Stanford elsewhere. Swartz at Owensboro for alleged intima- of fat steers at 4c and to Lucien Perkins Carriage Painter and ..Trimmer, ing Mills. Roller cy with his wife, was given 10 years in a lot of heifers at $15. R. E. Thompson AUkin.Uof vehicle pamltil trimmed anil tylc Plain and ornamental In the penitentiary. There whs considera- bought of Miller & Poor 40 head of slop workmanSatisfaction guaranteed In both ble doubt as to the truth of the charge, ui . biKn and price, snop on main hip 4c. A few tiorees cuungcu '". " W. II. HAYS, Assistant. belief being that the killing was the cattle at the ' lUuKherty'iolackimith nop, Stanford, Ky. at $30 to $S5. No inuleB were offered. result of an old grudge. Editors are going to be thick as vio- 2,502,007 in the 16 States composing it, linists in hades at Chicago next week. of which nearly hall are negroes. The Every paper in the State will be repre- entire membership in Kentucky is 231,- - .L.i...i...i.iitnil "r .L.r.. nmuth.. n a nifimtwrnhin of I fHlsft ,..a M.'W ,,.777 kWpv WWW ,, n.i. tirpn.tl.11 -vfidu,r.ttl tlWW-ry VfJ S' l ,-- nnces. -:- - We are booming- tilings m . ...- - OUR . CLOTHING ---- DEPARTMENT. il M M hr jyeier id "".', for euewj'iere for less than 10. Cottotiade pants for believing. Seeing and $SS0, 7j ,., Don't BOYS! "" fail 7i7..., 7.,7.,y,.. - get 07ieof SUltS,WO?hL0. $7. Men Strictly all for tliat MM. itlIM.T-.Mt.- jeans pants Mcil's Can't post-mast- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. I Have Purchased of lar oretr I w J W. H. Higgins. uv-ui.- ?" GROCERY -- - HARDWARE -- ram, HOE, SIR K, . pr HUt Fancy Groceries,Breai Cakes, Pies Candies, Lunches, Fruits, &c, gray-haire- d CALL ON R. ZIMMER, THE BAKER. t'-a- Mi. A Good Meal for .25 Cts. lle Tw Butcher Sb.op. ot cai-load- p - 00 JOHN iw The Deering Improved Steel Binders, , r5125SMi& Xljy? AJf'iS: isy xy m7i juj firl-el- The Pony Deering Binder. thebig J. H. BATJGHMAN, AGENT. it -,r . 'i ' oir t.' r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal May 23, 1893 Takk jour repairs to Dankr, Juwrlcr. bage. O. Stanford, Ky., Plants kor Salk. Tomatoes ami J. Nowland. cab- E.c.WAkTOM,BU.Mana(ir PEMONAL POINTS. The best en to' patent leather alines over brought to Stanford, at Hughes & Tato's. m t .1 ? Rkmeuiikr that tho fair date has been changed to Thursday nnd Friday, July ' Misfl I.UL.A A i.lin went to Louisville 27th and 28th. yesterday to visit friends. That sterling democrat and excellent Mrs. 1). F. Jon is left Saturday for a gentleman, Mr. W. L. McCarty, has been S. S. Myrrs won his suit for damages visit to friends in Lexington. appointed posYmaBter at Kingsville. against Johnston Bros. & Co., Louisville, Miss Mary Kay will so to Lancaster this week to spend tlin summer. At n special term of the county court in the courts in that city Saturday. It MiddlfH-borMihs Fox i I'knninoto.v, of Saturday Messrs. G. It. Kngleman and will be remembered that that firm at is the guest of tho Miesea Alcorn. CIIAITER I. B. W. Givons qualified as administrators tached Mr. MyerB goods hero and causJohn Bnrbee went to High Bridge us, but give us courage to still charge the enemy of corrfpetition and MiM Viruik Whitk went to Louiitvilln of the late Samuel Engleman. See no- ed him to quit business. The amount he gets is f 425 and interest. Saturday, along with other colored ex- we shall continue to charge until he is driven from his entrenchments. Hatnrdny to visit her 'sister, Mrs. A. P. tice to creditors in this issue. White. Declamatory Contest. The Steven-sonia- n cursionists. On the way back he waa Our low prices increases our Thk firm of Greer A ltouten, of Rowsuddenly attacked with a headache. Jim Mim I.kttik Hu.m is visiting her sisSociety, composed of Messrs. P. While and another fellow had a quart of ter Mrs. J. F. WRlton, nt Crescent land, have sold out their entire stock of W. K. Tate, W. S. Burch Johnson, 0. groceries and closed their doors. Mr. Springs. whisky. It was Burgin whisky. It waa and 0. H. Holmes, augmented by Mr. Mb. Jox S.,Kick is quite sick and Mr. Houten will work at the carpontcr trade, not a citizen of Danville. White told Jones, will give a declamatory A. W. Francis, of Corbin, is holding while Mr. Greer is undecided as to what Joe 0. to take a Bnort of red-eand it Day after day and our cash books show the stuff to buy the sinews of contest at Walton's Opera House Tues- John business he will pursue. down the depot. would euro his headache. John didn't war Good Goods at Low Prices. If our customers will day night, 30th, for the benefit of the Mrs. America IIout has returned from Prof. B. F. Blake Young Men's Christian Association. A want to take it much, but being overper-sande- d Klliott Institute. a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. 11. Owens throw himself on the outside of man, an experienced educator, and Mrs. prize of 110 will be awarded to the winat Harrodsburg. a grown person's dose of the same. Josephine Fain, who has had 20 years' ner. Admission 25 cents. If tbo show Miss Lottik Psrbi.sk, n haudsomo , have proves half aa good as the one on the When he reached Walnut street in Danexperience in the young lady of Maysville, is viHitiDg Miea leased Klliott Institute, Kirksvillo, and hill, it will be worth many times that ville he waa in a frightfully dissolute The victory is ours and the benefit of good goods at low prices is Mary McKinney. state. A young policeman came along theirs. Let us all will open it tho 1st Monday in Septem- figure. Mil. and Mrs. Jok.S. Grimm, of with a big club in his hand. He march-e- l ber. are here to attend the mar Nine. Col. I). K. Rawlings, the John Barber on" to jail so drunk he : : ; riago of Mr. V. P. GrimeH. lawyer and genius, passed could not stand. Ckntre Colleok continues to secure CHAPTER II. through yesterday en route to WashingRiv. Groroi O. Barnes and wifu and oratorical honors. In tho Of Home Rule, Good Goods and Low Prices for Cash. We are workMonday morning Police court. Misses Miriefand Goorgie llarnes arrived contest at Columbia, S. 0., Martin D. ton to see his partner, Congressman Wiling out the results grandly. Come and help us. Six eighty. Satunlay and are guests at Col. and Mrs. Hardin, son of Gen. Watt Hardin, won son, who continues quite ill. Observing apV. G. Welch's. by a unanimous decision of the judges, the colonel's haggard and cadaverous Bud Doble is quoted ns saying tin t Mr. J. G. Denny, who has been at- and we'll wager there will be no charges pearance we inquired the wherefore when Belle Vara, 2:0SL has good chances of tending the law department of the Uni- of plsgarism this time. he replied in hiB usual drawl: "We have holding the trotting record this year. versity of Virginia, has returned home just gotten through with a five weeks' The most expensive legislature in Shot. A man named Delaney, from seige of circuit court and I'm played opt. for the vacation. the world, except Kentucky's, is that of Mr. Dudlky Cowan, who spent the Buckeye, was shot in-- tho thigh hero on We sent a great many (9) to the peni- France, which costs annually $3,000,-00winter with thu Barneses at Sanibul, is Thursday night. He sys that two men tentiary and left a d n eight more that . at the Coffey House. He says he never ran up on him at tho Danville crossing ought to have been sent. Among those Mr. Desha Breckinridge, the son if of them shot him without any sent up waa one woman, Katy Shupe, enjoyed r stay anywhere as much as on when one cause whatever. It is generally believed who gets one year for perjury. The." Congressman W. C. P. Breckinridge, is the Island. to be married soon to Miss Elizabeth El The train pulled out at this point, but Jok 8. Jonks land Gano P. Wilitiott here, however, that he shot himself. of kins, the daughter of the spent Sunday with thu family of Mr. It pasmmger train was the colonel kept on talking, judging by war. The F. Jones. They fame over on their delayed several hours Sunday by an ho the way his mouth was working, till he The French nnd Eversolo factiors wheels from Lexington, making 10 inilrtt cident at Xelsonville. Tho engine ran faded from view. have resumed hostilities. At Hazard New stock, styles and shades. in t hours and 15 minutes. through an open switch and turned Good News. The Louisville Critic Jesse Halo waa instantly killed, while Mimes Floiirm k Andkiion and I'.llen over down an embankment, greatly damof tho Mt. Pleas Jesse Fields, John Eversole and Po'ly Grainger Owsley, a couple of Ijincsnter aging it, but fortunately Injuring noone. tells of the orginization ant and Klkhorn railroad company with Ann Combs, grandmother of the beauties, were over yesterday, tho latter An engine was sent out to pull tho train received serious injuries. a capital of i:i,a00,000. tho subscribers to take the train for Henderson, where to its destination and the wrecker from being capitalifcta iu Chicago. Minneapo she will visit friendn for ho tint time. Rowland eoon had the difnbled engine lis and Louisville. The road is to run Ready Mixed Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil and Varnishes, NEW ADYKRTISEME.Yro. Prof. 11. F. Dlakkman, who but been on its wheels again. from Piuevillo via Harlan Landreth's Garden Seed at working life insurance for some time, by Rowland citizens and that, which is to bo known as the We are requested was here Friday. He has been quite is to be let and put under succfMful, but is going bark to his Unit and nevernl persons who live on Ixgan's first division, andiilatp to tn the construction by July 1. This is tho finest I It a ( Lesltlaturc, rrprrt(nt Lincoln county tho delove, the school room, in the fall, having creek to ask the boys not to muki) their lubjecttothe actlcu of licit New Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. coal nnd other mineral section in tho mocracy bulbing in that stream so conspicuous. leased Klliott Institute for two years. South and its development will revoluMr. K. C. Walton, buslneHs matuger They have been in the habit of going in in the State. o( tho Stanford J.nteiiioh Journal, whs at the bridge at Rowland and many do tionize the mining business u. B. KING. GEORGE n. PREW1TT. of the Harlan county lands is in tho city yesterday in tho iuteiest of not hide their nakednepi by fctaying un- Much Valley Land his paper. The Jocknal in one of the der water even when Indies paps. There owned by tho Cumberland I'crton having clalm aL'ilnt the eit.itc of Co., composed largely of Stanford men, of Samuel Knzlcman will please prctrnt thrm newsiest and nbleot edited papers in the is a fine for this biininese, but tho oii'end-erproperly proven tout and thoe Indebted to him for wilt pleate nettle at once. are generally young boys, whose pa- and us the road will traverse them Mate and much ol iu micccm is due to MORELAND, KY., (.. It KNnt KMAN. Fhclbyllty. many miles, tho stockholders, who have H W GIVENS, Hubtle, its hustling Iiiimiiih manager. Middles rents should teach them better. We have opened up a nice line ol holding tho bag for a long time, been AUministratcri ji.it boroXows, 20th Faiihis it Hardin's delivery horse be- begin to feel that they wjll shortly be Dry came frightened by a shaft breaking and rewarded for their foresight nnd diliCITY AND VICINITY. falling on his heels as he was being gence. Fink lino of ik-- clocks at rock bottom driven to Rowland Saturday and took Tm: HakmtsTkoci'K. A court house We paid spot cash for these goods bought them where we could get prices. Danks. jeweler. out at a breakneck speed. The boy who full of people welcomed Rev. George O1 Haln pur hated the the most for the least money. Hardware was bought in car load lots, ice chests. whs doing tho driving pulled him into Karnes and his charming daughters back Five different which enables us to make very low prices, liases of steel nails $2 per : Will save you 200 per ant. of your ico the fence, breaking a a heel and other toStanlord Sunday niidiL The great keg, do. wire nails $2. 30, coal oil 10c per gal. with all other goods in IHirtions of the wugou and throwing him evangelist was somewhat hoarse from bill. W. II. Wrart'ii&Co. Of J W, Ramiev. lam Inrreaiirjg the stock a proportion. out heavily against the ground. Strange the e fleet b of a cold contracted in a Bleep fan at possible unit ill wii huve it A I'fLL attendant c, of Stanford Mara-beTerms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you to say, neither thu boy nor tho horse was ing car en route, but ho preached almost Par- money lodgM No. 7, next Wednesday night, hurt, save a slight cut in tho boy's with the tire of yore from the 2d chapter is requested, to attend to busimss of im- cheek. of Titus 11 to RS, the same text from tSTWc are opening up a .splendid line of Millinery. portance. Call at my more on Lancaster street ami t will A laiiok and very black negro was which lie preached his last sermon from male it to your interest to trade with me ZXXTC & My ice cream parlor Is now open and seen entering a back window of J. H. the Minn stand when he was hero last. W. C. HUTCHINCS. public ciui be served at any hour. 1 Hilton's store a few nights go at Row Since then lie has gotten new light on the 3 will also supply fiunihea with ice cream land by young Ollio Hintt, who sleeps in the Bubject and he was nnxious to imby the quantity. R. .immer. the building. Mr. Iliatt, fortunately for part it to his old friends and others of would-bthief, ws not supplied Ids former home. Miss Marie and Geor PlCTUiiKB. PiCTi'itKs! Tho Rowland the with n pistol and could only scare the gia's sweet Bongs again filled the build 1 We will olfer for sale tthe hiihmt bidder on Gallery is in motion and plnyiug a land away by threatening to shoot. He iug and sent delight to the hearts of all ollice business. Come on, como all. ritrcal who can appreciate the divine melody WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, Frank Cor- - left, however, without standing on the Satisfaction guaranteed. iB;3, the fotlo hie described order of his going, and has not been that.they make. The meetings will con- Corbio. Ky., Junction of the property, located at Will 1 find such and such an article? is a question that you often hear dier. Kooxwlle K: CumHo broke sovcrnl glass tinue with prenching each night at 8 berland Valley Divltionof the I.ouiivllle .V r heard of since. I will open a large assortment of sumasked. To Railroad, A weeks, after o'clock for tea days or two in opening the window. mer millinery Thursday, 2.1th, and exBarnes has no definite plans. THREE-STORwhich Mr. FRAME HOTEL tend a cordial invitations to the ladies to Thk now county committee mot at the Owing to thu illness of Misa Georgie and Room, lied call and examine it. Miss Mary Daviess court-houSaturday afternoon and or Miss Duncan, tho programme arranged With io Coal Itoamt, Tailor, Office, IMnlncthu and Laundry lloue. Has 1'antiy let by selecting R. R. Gentry chair- from Sanibel Island hither waa consid- reputation cfany imall houtp in Entern Ky. Dudderar. ganied Mr, Many of thtm for you we give a partial list of The legislative canvass is wnrniingup. man and J. A. Chappell secretary. No. erably interfered with, but Pro. Barnes Terms Almost to Suit tho M. F. North, of Hustouville precir.ct week's engagement at tilled alone his One of the candidates shook hands with tendered his resignation, which was White Springs, Florida, Ponce do Leon's tho editor four times the other day and fiontine on Florence Aenue i vacant lots was discovery, preaching nnd lecturing to and ajotniliK the hotrl and in the must central would doubtless have continued to do so accepted, anil Mr. J. J. McKinney fronting on and appointed in his stead. No other bus! large audiences. An item iB going the part of town inFour HnuM'i and rent for $4 per good ihine London Ae. if they had met oftener. DRKSS GOODS: Wool Dress Goods in all the new shades and Inclosed of an acre ultii each ness was done. The committee is.u fol- rounds of the Kentucky papers that Bro. mouth; '4 puinti'd picket fencinchouse you want If with new C. it O. will sell round trip tickets lows: Stanford No. 1, R. R. Gentry, No. Barnes has recently eutl'ered a paralytic good property atNour own price now is your weaves; China Silks, Challics, French Ginghams, Sattecns, Organlltmnp ialh in to torclgn to Richmond, Va , on the occasion of tho 2, L. L. Dawson, No. ;!, J. G. Lynn, No. stroke. Questioned with reference to it chame not lrae the propeitys behind. State and dies, Dotted Swisses. Plain and Figured Pongess, Lotos Cloths, Bel we can Ad All communications promptly antwered Davis' re- I, J. A. Chappell; Hustouville No. 1, J. tint evangelist said it occurred last Janremoval of President Jefferson fast Lawns, and nearly cvciy other kind of Cotton Goods made. COKIIIX iiOI'KL, Cemetery, at one J. McKinney, No. 2 J. F. Moore, No. It, uary nnd resulted from his sciatfc troubmains to Hollywood aj.td A.S. Rider, 1'ior., Corbin, Ky. We carry a better line of Trimmings than you usually find, such as fare. Tickets good till Juno 22d. J.M.Carter; Waynesburg No. 1, L. G. les of long standing. It was not very Silks, Velvets, Guimp in Black, Tinsel and Gilt, &c. (Jooch, No. 2, C. L. Hensley, No. ;!, J. only affected hia left leg, ALFORD & M'AFEE, Tin: chamiH of schedule which went 11. Carter; Crab Orrjiard No. 1, V. A. severe and I IOSI FRY for Ladies, Men Children and Boys in to feel a little numb. Hermsdorf, which continues into effect on tho L. X. Fr inlay all'ects & Sale Carson, No 2, S. A. Middleton. Ho is looking first rate, however, nnd is Livery; Feed Pcerlcs and Silver Crown, Fast Black. The "local," which only freight trains. McKINNEY, KY. ns enthusiastic as ever in the belief thnt carries passengers between this point and CORSFTS P. D., Warner's, Warner's Waist, Century, Tricora, Halt. As Mr. J. H. Greer, of We hare formed a partnership and hae lUpCiod is Love nnd Nothing Else. The Junction Citv. now passes at 7 a. m. and plied our stable with whh going to Ids home back of Mr. French Strip, Silver and Thompson's Glove-fittintroupe is comfortably quartered at Col. :: 10 v. m. H.J. Darst's Thursday night, three men WelchV, where ita members will rest up New Horses, Buggies, Wagons, Our Shoe stock is complete. The expression of every one is that Sink it Mknetki: have just cempteted called to him to halt. Mr. Greer know for a big summer campaign. Speci.il attention tn the tr.nelinc public. our Carpets are the prettiest line they ever saw. Ac Ni thine but tirt-cPK allowed to leave our parties and thinking thoy ii fl7e room addition to thu homo of Mr. none of tho table DANVILLE. Jlulliuan, making it one wanted him for no good purpose, he look-tand Mrs. A. G. his heels hh fast as his legs would carof tho handsomest residences in that end I Mr. llobert Hnriliug went to Louit-vil- lu of town. Tho work was done in a very ry him, which was pretty fast, even professional business. Monday on '1 here came to my farm threo weekt a?o a satisfactory manner and Mr Hull'man is with a crippled limb. Reaching home Ou GO TO- and months It was understood Monday nt nocn can red them an 8paying lorold red heiltr this ner nearly out of breath, ho rested a few secby grating and loud;in his praises of thu firm. cet under trent-inuI) 11. STAtJC Jit., J. H. onds and then procured his gun and tbat JtidRe Stanford, Ky. jo nt Louisvilln, ia progressing satif2 The painting of Wulton'ri Opera House started out to make war on tho scounfuctorily. has caused" the other owners of tho drels. Hu hunted thesurroundiugcoun-trTHOMAS YEAOER. JAMES YEAUEK. colElizabeth Peyton, n For goods at low prices. Our stock of block, Messrs. Vandeveer, Murphy and and finally until nearly worn out YE Shanks, to brighten up also and whin went home, no wiser than when he left. ored woman, died Thursday evening and they get through it will lay over the new Knineor T. B. Meals about 1 o'clock the was buried Friday. She was tbo widow block so much thu proprietors nnd ten- a imo night was called to halt by three of John Peyton. stable, hzd and F. M. Shumate waa tried in the poants will go behind it and weep. men also, and his description of them is acquitted on a IT Millinery, Notions and Shoes is complete. We have j'ust received STANFORD, E.Y. the Bamu as given by Mr. Greer. Mr. lice court Saturday aud A week ago cloaks ami overcoats were abusive and an elegant line of Ladies' and Misses' Meals remembered tho old saying, that charge of UBin violent We are tn our new stable in the Opera Houst in demand. Now the mercury is play- "a good run is hotter than a bad staud," language towards J. M. Hupley. Block aud aie well supplied with DOs and still we aro not ing aroundthe Oliver Sadler, an old colored man, and lit out for home, Like Mr. Greer, NEW BIOS AND HORSES happy. It is ns much too hot now aa it ho got a gun and returned to thu scene, fell dead Sunday morning on Walnut cold then. Man never is but alWhich will be sold at the lowest cash prices. Country produce taken was too but profited none by doing bo, aa the street, opposite the Methodist churcb. Hat been purchased and nothing but in exchange for goods. to bo blessed, ia, especially true church urnuuts will leave tha stable. ways Thursday waa pay day Tbo old man was on bis way to Thunder-storm- s men had gone. with regard to tho weather. Justice John I. Yel nnd this baud of rascals were evidently when ho dropped. were predicted for last night and sit held an inquest on the body. at for the "btull" rather thnn blood. Ex-Attor- A modest young local preacher referred In his sermon not many nights ago to the gentleman who spent a few days and nights In tho ''stomach" of a whale. Harvey Helm, Esq , Is announced in this issue as a candidate for the Legisla ture. Thoroughly capable and laudably ambitious, be would make a most excel lent representative and his friends say they intend to see that his asperationa aro gratified. n o, City Judge A. Anderson, acting for Judge McFerran, last Saturday imposed a judgment of $25 fine and ten days' imprisonment on Lee Blevina for carrying a pistol concealed and on Jim Rowsey e $50 fine and ten days in the for an aggravated breach of the peace. Mr. Martin D. Hardin, a Centre College student and a son of General P. Watt Hardin, won the Special occasions require extraordinary efforts. With this in view prize at the interstate oratorical contest at Columbia, 8. 0.. last week. Repre- we are determined to make this sentatives from Vanderbilt University, Sewanee College, Tenn., Universities of Texas, Alnbama. South Carolina, Virginia and Washington and Lee compet ed for the honor won by Mr. Hardin. Memorable. Foreign war ships and naval pyrotecnics do not alarm work-bous- The Year of Jubilee COLUMBIAN : YEAR m Army of Customers ye STAND TO THEIR GUNS RALLY ,TO school-room- Kliw-bethtow- n, lu THE STANDARD inter-collegia- te HUGHES & TATE. n 0. SEASONABLE GOODS. WALL PAPER Bonth-bouu- I ALABASTINE ! Ever-sole- s, Carriage and Decorative Faints for Buggies and Household use. Court-Hous- e, HARVEY HELJI "Wo Bo MoMOBlGMTSo NOTICE. a KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing? . COME to SEE ME. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, sir-i-- s Grocery Business o Complete in Every ticular. FR.EWITT. AT ATTCTIOIT. e WHERE : m m Nsn-vill- Y se 1 Purchaser. WHAT WE : KEEP. .. - ,1, Stable, Rqw-lau- - g. U o ESTHAY SJHSVmSBANOJTB & HOiW, year-lin- t; nt ' y The Cash Bargain Store Clothing, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, wtsll-know- u YEAGER & ACER, uvm, m men-ancin- t; SLIPPEBS, L'?W firt-c!- ll Give tlicm a Call. B. F. JONES & SON. to-da- "f Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT A GREAT MAN. But jtlke the Roman Einplr k hW. Published Every Tuesday and Friday IjisU He Fell at S3 PER YKAUiy ADVANCE 32.60 will be aWWhen not to paid charged.' K.C. at LOCAL TIME CARD. Train nave Rowland at 7:00 a. m p. m. j:o returning L.AN.LICALTIMECARI. Matt tram going North... " " " South Express train " South ' North Meal freight North. ... 11 W W South., 3 4CP Th latter traina alio carry patsengert, Tha above li calculated on standard Urn. Solar i a it about o minutes falter. QUEEN . .... . ..U3P" it 51 pa ... ..313 aa ,7001a 7 pm - A CRESCENT ROUTE. I Trains pass Junction City as follows: No. 1, Limited, 11:15 p. m.; No. Special, arrives S.40 p. m. No. 5, , a. m.; No. 7, Fast Mail.ar. Q. & C. Special, rires 12:43 P- - ln leaves 12:43 P- - " North-bpuaNo. , Q.A C, Special, 3: No. 4 leaves at 6 a. m ; No. 6, Limited, 3:15 a. m No. 8, Express, arrives 1:31 p. m., leaves 1:31 p. m. South-bound Blue-Gra- ss u:; d how many bones you havo in your body. Ho knows more in n minit than our postThe promptness and certainty of its cures have master does in a week. Como along and made Chamberlain's lougn Kemeuy famous. It is Intended esneclallv ior couffhs. colds, croup .Representing., hear him." and whooping coughs, and is the most effectual I followed after and found a verv remedy known for these diseases. Mr. C. H. Main, a great Union City, plainly dressed and common looking man ol liaMiala!ni Pa., says: "I haveI wstrsnl sale on Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; anvaarw IVmih Iiams.li holding forth to five or six passengers bottle and'have never heard ot one failing to give " so cent bottles lor sate by Manchester, of Manchester, Eng.; Call and sec them who had gathered around him. As we entire satisfaction Druggist, Stanford. McRoberts, W. for sale cheap. came up he was saying: Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; JOnArfrfy "During tho 70 years of man's allotted Ins. Co. of NorthJAmcrica. life the heart performs about the same amount Companies. I would All of which are A cream of tarter baking pow-,de- that a of work in circulating the blood be pleased to wait o n nr friends in this tine. Pol. Higest of all in leavening run day and night forengine would do if When IUby was alck, wo gave her Caatori. icies promptly issued. Will insure against torna. 13 years 7 months does, wind storms and lightning. Lightning claus When she wae a Child, aho cried for CastorU. strength. Latest United States and 14 days. You see, the heart" A. C. SINE esattached without additional charge When the became Mlaa, aha clung to Caxtori. Office at First National Bank, Stanford. Government Food Report. "Good lands, but I've seen that fellr When she had Children, uhe gr ve them Cantor!. Interrupted the fanner's wife. ROYALtBAKIHO POWDER CO., afore!"great man turned to see who had The 106 Wall St., New York. spoken, and she raised her hands and continued: A. S. "Now I'm sure of it! Why, he's the McKINNEV, KY. tin peddler who cum along about four SURGEON DENTIST. Vntuii) yi ago and not only cheated me in Office over McRoberts Drug Store in;the new weelcs weighing the paper bags, but he sold me Owsley Building, I have bought above mentioned Hotel at three tin pans which leaked all over tho Stanford. and have attached a tMaMAtMOTt'ON cellar afore he got out o eight." The great man fell. Every one saw First-Cl- us Bar and Fool Scorn. DR. W. B. that ho was guilty, and all turned away Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and and left him to his disgrace all but the am Dettcr than ever victim of his wiles. She crooked her Our facilities for -Office South side Main street, In ofRc recea Prepared to Accommodate the unsurpassed. forefinger at him and said: Stanford, Ky. vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, fX, wuttenvrriBrrwimoabm vvjmnsB "Them pans was leven cents apiece! Public. niuuiresrunori "CsSn. mtfLtur rutifoRUostt in Mnuu Gimmo 33 cents !" Special attention to Commercial Men. Ho counted out tho chango, and she 3E3. w - jEv. t?jto Tilt NORTnW&JT I W OUEKN. Proprietor. V"'"1 sunwfs It . put it into her bag among the fried cakes JOE CARSON, Manager. gJasCPond The best and largest piece of and boiled eggs, and as she 6at down be crutcJi.L. Oen1 p.is t Trt V - TOBACCO, side her husband sho remarked: YW;n?.iUlKEaiUSB "If this happens to stop his FINAXCIAL. CniWi Ever sold on this market for ten cents Is R. J. Reyengino from workiu, I can't help nolds Tobacco Co s"R. J R." It. Them consumed tin peddlers hov THE NATIONAL bin cheatin mo fur tho last 20 years, and . A Trial is Convincing. l lintn't gom to stand it no more! Great All persons holding stock in the Hustonvillt and Sold by W. II. WEAKEN & CO. ar.d FARRIS man! Why, Reuben, you don't know Carpenters Creek Turnpike Co, are requested to ft HARD IN. Stanford, Ay. come 'nnff to cum in when it rains!" Detroit on before the Board of Directors at Huitomille BUILDING: LOAN J une j. isj, produce their certificates of stock. Free Press. "All I want to." "Of course, but he'll tell you jest how many feet. It's tho interestingest thing I ever heard. You don't know how fur It is to tho moon, but ho's got it right uown to miles anil rods. You don't know why therofe a tido in the ocean, but ho does. He kin tell you exactly I hoard an animated conversation going on at tho farther enil of the car, but aa I was reading I paid little attention until an old fanner, whoso wife Bat just behind me, came back from tho group and said: "Sally, yon orter hear what that follor is savin! I've learned more In five min- utes than I evor know in all mv lifo be- fore." "Who is he?" she asked. "Dunno liis numo, but he's smarter'n a steel trap." "What's he savin?" "Well, it's all about sciences and things. Ho says tho sun is 1,000,000 miles It Should Be In Every House. Sharpsburff, Pa nearer tho earth than it used to be." J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay street, King's New Dis- , says he will not ke without Dr. "I don't' beliovo it," she bluntly re- covery for Consumption, Coughs ana Colds, that plied. it cured his wife who was threatened with pneumonia alter an "What's the uso?" he protested. "I other remedies attack of La Grippe when various and several physicians haiToone beliove it either until I heard him hernotood. Robert llarber, of Cooksport, Pa , didn't claims that Dr. King's New Discovery has done talk. Coino up and listen." him more good than anything he ever used for keer about the sun." "I don't Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try It. I ree "But you orter. Tho aun has got a trial bottles at A. R. Penny's drug store. Large heap to do with our farm, I guess. Do bottles 50c and Ji. m you know how much air you breatho in Electrlo Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so at every breath?" nnnulir as tn need no sneclal mention. AH who er Btop-over WerW'i Fair Excursions. THE P. 0. MILLINERY. The C, H. A. D. will allow at Cincinnati on all tickets reading that room and see the Call at the wav. On all regular World's Fair tick J. M. HUBBA1D, A. I., President. ets from the South or Southern Ohio and reading via Cincinnati and the O., H. AD. to Chicaco.astop. over will be al lowed within the life of the ticket, and Of Millinery In town, The goods and prices are Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachtrs. .Superior counts In Literature, can secure the stop-ovbound to please you. An. Excellent boardlpg department. Calalogttea and circulars furnished on application. faB8engers MRS. P. T. COURTS. the tickets with the 10 Merchants and Manufacturers' AssociaNF.W LINE OK tion at Cincinnati. For rates, folders MEN'S AND HOY'S and and full information regarding the Miworld's trip, including special inducements offered by the citizens of Cincinin the Queen City, ad- Just received and ready for inspection. Call and nati for dress any G, H. ft D. agent, or E.C. see It. G. P. and T. A. World's Fair MISSLICCIE IJEAZLEY'S. Stanford, Ky Route. 200 W. 4th street, Cincinnati, U. stop-over- s post-offic- Stanford Female College. Tuesday, January 24th, 1893. Music and e Largest and Bast Selected Spring Session Stock Spring and Summer llinery CLOTHINGI New Stock New Styles. H. J. McROBERTS. .JUST IN. MILLINERY. I have returned from the cities with ajnice (line ol Millinery which I will sell for a small proAt. Goods leftover, as fresh as this season's goods, from last season, I will sell at COST FOR CASH ONLY. goods so I will be ftkle to sell out my business at the hrst onportunnv. I cordially invite theladlet to call and examine have used Electric Hitters sine the same song of my goods, I also solicit a share ot their patronpraise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is MRS. I.M. BituCB. is claimed. Electric age. guaranteed to do all that Stanford, Ky, 9 Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and other affections caused by Impure blood; will drive malaria from the system and present as wellascure all malarial fevers. For cure ol Headache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Klectric FIRE AND STORM Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Price 50c and Jt per bottte at A. K. renny's arug store. BLIZZARD ICE CHESTS, TEX BIST LCADJC. J. H. BAtGHMAN, INSURANCE AGENT WATER ! COOLERS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. before buying, Every thing in the grocery line rBajkingf .mwaen 11 Pure r. first-cla- ss FARRIS & HARDIN. J. flHHip PRICE, Commercial T-S-D- Boa SINE & MENEFEE, Proprietors of The Hotel, Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. N.MKNBfll PENNY Dentist. USA LINE. 4" iV1 A-- f giving the greatest values lor the least outlay, are W Carry aTull Iin of Builders' Supplies. THE WEST PLACE TO HUY 1 I CHEWING -:- Notice to Stockholders. 17-i- m ASSN. C. D. POWELL, CUTERAX, STOKE, LOGAN AVKN'UE, Stanford, JEJggs 1 Kentucky. Alwavs'seIN coods lower than anyone else in town. New stocV. of Fruits every For Hatching;. OEO.C KELLER, JR., SUnford, Ky have tor sale n limited number of HIack Lang shan and Ligot Hrahma Kggs for sale from two very fine pens of fowl. Orders promptly attended to. Hrahma St so per setting, Laneshan $1. Send inyourorder. Soventb Annunl Dividend Mrs. Bangs I met thnt Jliss Brilliaut vt 12 por com. pur annum. Itus is iin.TO., lurgeat net dividend that has ever been declarwhom yoti were onco engaged to, and I ed by any similar ititiitutlon doing tuimni In the was delighted with her. Sho's a woman Slate It has oter a half million dollars auets and among a thousand. Has Never Had a Single Loss. Mr. Bangs Sho is noted as ono of tho AND LINCOLN COUNTV most highlycultured women in bociety. All its funits are sccurwl by first liens on 1 hanking you for your liberal fatronagn for lie "Indeed hho is. And sho lias so much In many imt.mces the titles are in last iMion. I respectfully nnuotl in continuance the asOi lation until property is entirely i"ld far character. You should havo married luring the coming season. Indeed I expect all to Thisls the largest, safest and most prwperot As her." use the locution in the State It dues not deduct any sum whatever from dues for espeoMM. "Eh? Do you really think so? "Why?" ICE, ror particulars ran on A RICK. Local Acts . "Sho has such wonderful self control. MANUFACTURED II HKL.Morl II Leathers President, or Sho could fctand any amount of abuso For theje reasons: First. It Is made by a home Or addrcK John Vinager, Louisville, Ky. C M. Phillips, General institution brcond, without ever bhowing it." New York chemically pure, beln the Ice is absolutely nd made from spring water, Weekly. ntuch is first distilled and then carefully filtered Has declared its U Should Hnvc Marrlid Iter. receive dlwlenut ana new certificates in Dlace of the o'd ones. By order of the Hoard to W. I). WKATHKRKORO. Pros Of Louisville, Ky., Wall A. Paper ! R. PENNY. icwy'im J J - All new stock and latest designs. ThePeopleot Stanford Improv-ir.il-eiUt- JJJJ& ti y? MSSQ 1 M2iJnS.IX.lMiX a immw I will open on January lith, iSjj, a First-ClaDairy, from which I can supply any quantity of Matilord and How-lan- d Jersey milk to the people-o- f at the follow ing prices, delivered ; so cents Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cents Skimmed Milk, por gallon 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon Iwill make two trips dally. The patronage of the . v. A. i r r public is solicited Stanford, Ky ss r- -.. gi-t- DAIRY. f-- Strange. "I noticed a queer thing about tho dog faced boy," said tho ossified man at the dimo museum. "What's that?" asked tho skeleton dude. "Ho has bear hands," retnrned tho osified man, and tho skeleton dude laughed until ho foil apart. Harper's before bellii; frozeti. 1 hird. Artificial Ice will last much longer than pond Ice. Fourth, an epidemic of cholera is looked lor during the ear and nothing is so apt to produce or spread this disease as impure Hater or Ice. Firth, it will be ( Punctu-al- 2TOTICE I Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in We will Deliver ICE Every Morn- ing at In Manlcrd and Rowland and by 50 lbs. aoc'pcr jo IIm and too lbs 15c per 100 lbs, Wc am very thankful lor past patronage and respcctlully Its continuance Will deliver from lb. up. MRS. JANE BARROW A CO. IS 1 Delivered Regularly and t your Doors l Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Harrows and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Uuggy and Wagon Harness, Saddles, Fields, Haled Hay, &c. F Kveiy morning at the following Prices: For ioo rounds or over 40c per hundred. For jo pounds to 100 45c per hundred. For 10 to jo pounds.- 50c per hundred. No less than 10 pounds delivered. K. It It EM Kit. 10 mzar. iu., A New Recipe. O-o-- New Millinery. " My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has just turned Iroin tnecllies with an elegant Hue of embracing re- Notice to the Traveling Public. I have had como from? Little Dot (with chocolate Easter egg) Isn't this good? Whero did it 1TRMJB, JK. T P. CLARK i THE SIIELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in counectionwlth Hotel one of the best saloons In the State, open day and night; anight man meets all trains. In connection with llouv have also one of the boat Mineral wells in the fcuti and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs InG. W. Patrick. Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dr. rram, Erin, Tenn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. D. E. Proctor, C. II. Braum. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Johnson, New Haven, Jim Cox. Greensburir. Rates Si pet dayt J. M. I'etrey, clerk. Give me a call. J. W. CARRIER, Prop. 9toiy Mamma Auntio Meadowland sent it to you. Littlo Dot I dess sho's been feedin her hens on chocolato ice cream. Good News. He Knew, Miss Winterbloom (visiting Mrs. Slim-Bon) Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Miners and shippers of the GENUINE ALL THE NOVELTIES Of the season, of which she will have lull control. She also engaged a FIRST-CLAS- S Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford and Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and railroad crossing. 6 HIGGINS A WAITS. DRESS MAKER. Call and examine my slock of Millinery before buying and leave your order for your dresses. Thanking you for past favors we solicit same, di MAKV DAVIS DUDDERAR. The finest fiult belt of New Mexico. No Tall urc in crops under irrigation if properly attended to. All fruits gmwu in California can be grown In New McxUo. except oranges and lemons. Steam Land from Jm to $jo per sere on 10 years' time, at 6 per cent. Call on or addrets, R. C. MORGAN, D D. S.. Dealers in all kinds of Iron and Brass Goods lot ' steam and water. S.initary Goods of atl kinds. All Stanlord, Ky. work guaranteed against defective material and wisrkmaiiship. 37 STRAITS and & CO., Th. Foos Vlly. PkACrilAL. Plumbers Fitters. l What beautiful silver you have, aud so heavy too! Willie Slimson You'd think so if you had to tote ic over from tho neighbors. Now York Herald. DEALER IN FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. Farmers Rank&Trnst OK Co KV. ROWLAND, KY. HARDWARE, STANFORD, KY., - Statlra. H as moved into, his new Ktore at the junction of Gilter I sometimes feel that my mon- the Stanford & Crab Orchard and " ut off" pikes F. B. RILEY, Proprietor. at Rowland and is now better than ever prepared ey is a dead weight. to pleae the trade in both - Kentucky. Skilter Yes. But that very fact will London, surely discourage your best girl from STOCK OF GOODS, PUICJCS, I have moved to my new Hotel'and am bettet public. ever attempting to throw you over. Etc. He has recently added Kreatly fo his stock prepared than ever to accommodate the Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. THE RILEY HOUSE GROCERIES, Is now fully organised and ready (or business wits Capital Stock- Surplus $200,000 20,000 CRAB ORCHARD Paid up Capital of $200,000 000 lurplus, . Truth. FRANK RILEY. A. G. Lanham John B. Cavtieuian. ROYAL Insurance Company, OF LIVERPOOL. BAKBEE&CASTLEMAfl MANAGERS,; Ilnpe Sprint, Ktc. Editor Your poem on spring is excellent, but wo have spring poems to last us until the spring of 1899. Poet (eagerly) How about the spring of 1900? Texas Sittings. and having no rent to pay and no loss by bad debts he can sell you goods cheaper than any body, fall " and get bis prices befrre buying 37-')- SPRINGS. This lamed Summer Retort, with its SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, I Iler Native Tride. II -- t AT- Ewlin? WAtrs and Xtatfol Sur roundings, Is Now Open for the Re ception of Guests. Health and pleasure seekers will find this TT...,v T,i, ?,oV'" r AN ADMIRABLE PLACE - $m- Commerce Building, Louisville by offerin me u ride in his carridge, he To recover their wonted health and energies and at the same time secure quiet, homelike fare at Agents throughout the South. Reasonable Rates. I'r ce of Board from J7 to $11 pereek. Fo further Information apply to OUS HOFMANN, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Ky. W. TmiULT, Looil Afit, STANFORD, KV. "If he thinks he kin make up wid me Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, There are three of the best Barbers In Ihe State There are also excellent Bath Rooms run in connection. Agent tor Lexington Steam Laundry. la very much mistook, I kin tell him!" Life. ipl w the same manar.ment. chatter, depositors are as fully protected as ate depositor in National Banks, its shareholder being held Individually liable to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, la addition to the amount invested In such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their buisiness to us while mnaglng the Lincoln National Bank of Stanford, w we here tender our many thanks and trust tbey will continue to transact their business with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenTh Directory oi this Bank it composed ot tion to same, our twenty years' experience is banking and as liberal accommodations as are con- T. J. Foster, of Stanford; sistent with sound bankinr. ForestisaReid, Lincoln county; J. W.Hayden, Stanford; DIRlCTORt: S.H. BaughmanJLincoln; M. j. Miller, Mt. Vernon; J.J. Williams, Mt: Vernon; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; j. M. Hall, Stanford; J. S. Hocker. SUnford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S. J. Embry , Stanford ; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. P. Hill, Stanford. J, B. Lynn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter, Milledg evilU; W. O. Welch, Stanford; J. T. Cash, Stanford; Su"ord- orricERVs:P-Tu- ' William Gooch, Stanford, Ky. I. S. Hocker, President;! S. H. Shaaks, President. J- - " Owley, John J. McRoberuLashier; Cashier. W.M. Bright, Teller. A. A. McKmoev, Assistant Cashier. By provisions of its I Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this is the only National flank in Stanford Under the provisions of th National Bank Act depositors are secured not only by th capital stock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor amount equal to the stock, sa that depositors M ol this institution are secured by a fund of Jioo.oso. rive worn statements ofthecondition ofth bank are mad each yearto the United SUtes government and its assets are examined itn.rf by government agents, thus securing aJditiloea snd perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford In i8j, then lied aa the National Bank of Stanford in i8o and again re.prganlidaath Kirst National Baak el Stanlord in iM, has had practically an uninterrupted existence; of 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- - ila '. y' -- "W" yVffri-.f.W- f - Jjfea-i?- .. .&, "2