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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894042401 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 1894 $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. Semi Weekly Interior Journal VOL. XXII. LANCASTER, CARRAHD COUNTY. c STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 24. 1894. The SouihtEaslcrn Medical Society Met nt Stanford, April UOth with tlio CHURCH AFFAIRS. NO. 16 MATRIMONIALMATTERS. Churches of the United StateB havo There ii to ben marriage in town Toad West ia on duty as Htorekcopur following membors present: n smiting capacity for 13,0iK),000 per- tills weok, but for jjoodness eako don t and ganger ntTr.iylor'nd'Htillery. Dr. J. J. Hrnwn, ), J. Brown, Mt. Ver- sons. say wo told yon. A ilnuniitic recital will he given at tho non; Dr. J. N Biughman, Flat Lick; Dr. Tho Louipvillo Presbyterian TheoFriday uvouIiik by Miw e Alfred It. Wood, 74, of Saginaw, 1. S Manning, Manchester; Dr. B. F. logical Seminary will hnvo its dosing ex- Mich., read old letters from his dead wife, Street. Admlwiioti 25ct. ' lletndoii, BarbourvillojDr. J. 11. Parker, ercises on thu droning of Wednesday, became despondent and ended his In elegant and inexpensive articles arc on exhibition at the Store of Klder (Jowan delivered u temperance fJorbin; Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Stanford; May 'J woea with a rope. lecture t Buckeye Sunday afternoon. A Dr. J. II. Lutz, Bornstudt Colony; Dr. it. it.ibbi Wieosiid before the Ohio Liblargo, crowd went down from town. An Indiana woman of 22 is ailing T. linmsey, London; Dr. Foley, l'inevillo. eral Society, that Sunday laws aro in tho husband for divorce, and her A good many cillzutiH are iltiHnK Dr. UawkiiiH Brown, Huotonvillc, and interest of tho church, and an infringealimony. She married him for his uion-- j now fruit trees aa nearly nil tho young Dr. Joseph Our line is not duplicated in Stanford and we want to Trice, Philadelphia, honorary meiit upon tho natural rights of man. oy hoping ho would dio pretty booh, buti troos were killed by ttio recent cold! meinherp Kv.u.gelist 1). L. Moody is now in living and hence thu suit, weather. Vifiting physiciaiif.: Drs. Bailey, l'ey- - Bichuicmd, Va. Tim bitildiug erected ho presets in from Ohie-ng- o L. Dailoy, of Detroit, Mich , and Mr. Will Mason returned , ton, Carlwriglit, Win. Brou.iugh, for him hn) in it (3,000 chairs, all of MissTcniiio Baddow, of Paduruh, this Sunday and reports IiIh brotlnr Cook, I'erkins, Mcltoberta Wisloy, Her- - which are occupied during tils service. State, were married nt Anderson, Ind. Whether you want to buy or not so we Invite You to Call. George as rapidly improving from his re- ron, Caldwell, Myers and Duiilap. A dispatch from WiliiauiDtown sayB Immediately after the ceremony both cent Illness. Viators: Mra. Dr. Baughman, Mrs. Dr. that Dr. Worroll, n prominent minister B. II. DANKS. bride and groom got gloriously drunk. The Danville ktil base ball nine came Carpenter, Mrs. Asher, Judge Vamon and professor nt Danville, while fullllling by a Two lovoly young ladies, who would MsnaMaHMsna(HMuMMf over Saturday hihI were defeatod and Attorney J. B I'axton. Several very his monthly appointment there, fell nnd make excellent wives, are anxious to homo club 17 to 11. Tho guum was play- intorectlng papers were presented. broke his arm, Matrimonially prove that thoy would. Jrixxling rain. ed in a Dr. Trice mado and operation upon a Thu eldera ol the leading Protestant inclined gentlemen cm hear of someA vote, tw to the buIk of liiiuor, will dog illustrating the use of the "Murphy church of Lexington havu issuod a let- thing to their advantage by addressing bo taken on May th at Buckeye and Button," The society wah invited to ter forbidding tho inembors' attendance this olllce. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. in thib county. A wittiest) u Walker'H a ery important operation by at theatres, card parties and races.' They A couple eloped from Logan county sides It) bi Dr. Trico ureal deal of fueling on both 23d, 1894, at the Carpenter Hotel, which ought to Iibvo included Sarah Guess to Tennessee in an open buggy. A rain Ing worked up b tho time approaches. proved h ery interesting nnd instructive also. The Baptist meeting continues with came up and they wcro drenched, but Kull corps of Comcrvatary anJ Normal School teacher. Superior courses In Literature, Mutlc and The local Knights of I'y thins who CHAD. Dr. Weaver in thu pulpit. Tlielhonrs of they were so anxious to havo the knot An. Excellrnt boarding department. Catalogues and circular! furnished on application. Stanford Thursday night nro loud went to Tho society whs most handsomely enin their praise of tho royal style in which tertained by Mm. J. G. Carpenter nt 1 services hayu been changed to 11 a. m tied that they had it done before chang and 7::!0 i m. It has been announced ing or drying their clothes. they were treated by tho lodge in Hint o'elock Poor little Mit-- Emma Goldsmith, nro HtHI talking thriving city. Thoy Another instructive caso was operated that the meeting will probably continue aged IS, took Taria green at Henderson dining the weok. Fivo additions since wnnt to "ruwiBt" again. about It and upon in tho country nt !)'i'. i., by Dr. and went to tho sweet subsequently, just H Ringers will ThoKoyca Swlwi Trice. In the evening a most delightful last report, making nine in nil. FOR-1Uev. II. C, Morrison's meeting in because a Jiorrid man went back on her, givu nn entertainment at l)RiiiUot was given at tho Carpenter engaged Nicliolasville, is not creating tlio entliu unmindful of the fact that there arena on May 3rd. The hand boya House. Toasts were responded to by, good fish in thu scans wero ever caught. them and will get n per cent, of tho re- Attorney J. B. I'axton, Dr. Joseph Trice, hIumii ho generally arouces, though tho John T. Wilhito, son of Col. J. T. ("'ats nro on b.iIh at Dr. Fayetto Dunlap, Dr. I. Journal naya ho is driving the spiritual ceipts Reserved S. Manning swoid deep into the consciousnesses of Wilhite, of Monticollo, tho drug store. Tim enter- and Dr. J. X. Baughman. John Stormea' drummer who traveled through this Bee. ono nnd wo hope tainment Ih a llrt-clfThe following resolutions were adopt- a great many, and tho church ia being tion for years, was married last week to New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. wonderfully blessed. will to well patronized. ed by the society: Miss Ethel Cook, the handsome daughIh back from a Hov. S. M. Logan is said to lmve --Thurmond Anderson 1. That this widely feels especinlly ter ol Dr. H. S. Cook, also of Monticollo. huHinem trip to tho mountains. by its presence of our disting- preached two tine sermons at tho Preshonored byterian church hero Sunday, though Tho father of the bride is a brother of Carponter Stowari wont uished colleague and Kd. Arnold and Dr. Jos The best inside wall finish; cold water process. Dr. L. B. Cook, of this place. to Crab Orchard courting Sunday. MibB eph Trice, of Thiladolphin, tiiat wo ap- the morning effort was much beyond tlio The other day in Louisville nfter mi. ..,!.. i.'iiiiit lm returned from a vlMt preciate very highly tho kind instructions regulation length. Ho made up for it, PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains, procuring a divorce the woman instituted to Klrksvtlle. II. A. B. Markebury is in ami demonstrations lie has presented thorgh, by a short srmou at night, nnd habeas corpiiH proceedings for tho custo- and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. Louisville on business. Mr. Geo. Dunn, thin society; and that we extend to him on tho whole, created an excellent ini Prescriptions compounded with care from the best MEDICINES dy of their child nnd won. As she left of Danville, Ih visiting Mr. C. Hobiuson. our heartfelt thanks and our best wishes predion. and pointing her drugs and chemicals met her '1 his from tho Nicholasvillo W. 13. McRoherts. Give us a call. Journal she In thcue piping times of common for his highest success In Ins chosen field, she tauntingly said "Did Nstion in which ho lias attaiuo I unprecedented is good news to us: tiw. L. L. Pickett finger at him wealern, when the SoIoiih of the and family, nnd his mother, of Colum- you ever get left?" This was too much aro unable to relieve tho distress that record. for him and he had her arrested for disU. BUYpervaded tho land, it behooves every That wo offer our Bincero thanks bia, S. C , havo located at Wilmoro and orderly conduct. put their membership In tho Methodist to look carefully after hla worldly to tho citizens of Stanford for their hosman Tho iiiHrriago of Misa Lillian Hov, and Mrs1 Pickett are now possessions, no matter how limited they pitality, and to Drs. Hawkins Brown, church. the accomplished daughter of may be; in fact, tho smaller the moans, faleelo Bailey, J. F. Peyton, G. W. Bro in the evangelistic work and liavu gone Judge J. M. Tebbetts, of Harrodsburg, Beatty-vill- e naugh, L. B. Cook and J. G Carpenter, to assist Kev. B. E. Lancaster at the greater hhould be tho vigilance and Mr. John II. GIey, a wealthy oil and Jackson. It was only on Wed- who havo spired no means in making in protection. operator and capitalist, of Pittsburgh, nesday lait at the early hour of a. m., this meeting botli profitable and pleasant Tlie Odd Fellows aro celebrating this Pa., will take place at tho family manwhen flomo hungry coon, not having the and one long to bo remembered by us. week tho 75th anniversary of tho insti- sion April 20. Oingto a recent nnd That we most sincerely appreciate tution of tho order in tlio United States. aid bereavement, the wedding will be fear of God, man or tho devil before his ALSOoyes, nor deterred by tho fear of punish- and that wo most heartily thank Dr. Cat- - At Baltimore, April '.';, 1S1D, five in em- very private. ment and prompted by ardent lcslro to peuter for inviting and securing such an bers formed a lodge and from it had for John Sam Owsley, Jr., Thu hour replenish his stomach with al bountiful honoied guest and for such ii rare treat as sprung by tho end of 1S02, ono Sover- E?q., to shuttle off hia aingle hi wo Miipply of chicken pie, attempted to take we In vo witnessed at this meeting, and eign Grand Lodge, four independent should say cussednebs, dravis on apace. fur the more delightful manner in which Grand Lodges, t3 subordinate from tho coop of Gen. I.ndraui n hen lodges Ho will leave for Franklin, where he is the only hen he had been fowling and ho has entertained the society. and 773,5".! members. Ttiis does not in- to wed tho charming Misa Ella The best Garden Plow on the Market, from 4. That a vote of thanks bo extended clude the female members of tho Kebo-kawatching for n month past, and which on the early express on account of ite to Judge Varnon, County Attorney Pax-toho prized not only lodges, who numbered 1)5,312. As The next morning the family, Hon. J. and magistrates of Lincoln county, tho increase of membership during 1M)2 S. Owsley, Sr., Misses Mnttie, Maggie beauty, but tta Intrinsic value; tho sum aforefor its generous appropriations made to was over 50,000, and as that in 1S03 is and Linda Owsley and Thomas Miller of 25c having been Invested In the of tho care for nnd nurse tho poor women who said I en. Fortunately a member believed to bo oven greater, tho prestnt Owflley, accompanied by Messrs. W. H. family, hearing tho noise made bv tho have been invalids for years; wno were membership must bo considerably over Wearen and John S. Wells will stnrt, l,..n. roost robber, called to him to desist, operated upon, thus uiving them the only 1)00,000. From its beginning to the cioeo and at 9 that night, Thursday, the de- chance to have health restored, and that of 1S92 there were and becoming frightened he hastily initiations ceremony will be performed in tho Cum-be- t parted, leaving tho solitary hen in pP6- we suggest that tho "poor house-- be re- The total receipts were Jl5y,U7,G71 43 land Presbyterian church nt Frank of tho nremises. Judge. Sail Hey moved to tho county seat, Stanford, that The number of members relieved was lin. Immediately afterwards tho bri. Prices lower than any one. of will bo asked to call n special term it may secure hospital advantages so that 1,710,1)15. Widowed families roliovtd, dal party will leave for Louisville, where to tho lives of poor people may be saved by tho court and empanel a grand jury Tne whole sum spent for re- they will remain the rest of tho night case, ior an otleiiM of this expert Biirgery at much lets coat in tho lief was look niter tho Belief is only nnd return hero next day. Mr. and magnitude ran not be permitted to go future. one of tho purposes of thu institution. Mrs. Owsley will board at Mr. W. M. 5. Futhenuote, be it resolved, thatu unpunished with impunity in a country of fraternity, Lackey's, where they will bo at homo to and vote of thanks be joyfully extended Mrs. It unites men in the bonds See our Spring Stock of where tho right of property is above and Cliches lessons of tho most exalted their friends. The prospective bride Mary Matheny for tho full use of a suito morality. beyond even constitutional sanction. of will bo cordially welcomed to society It cultivates tho virtues of rooms for patients; to tho Indies of the friendship, love, truth honor, probityi hero, where she is held in highest espeo "It will Iw ft great surprise to moat any- Baptist Sow ing Society and other Chris- lumpuraiico mid chastity. It pleads for teem. Our congratulations and good tian ladies of Stanford, for clothing, Ac, and practices toleration, subdues thu ragu wishes are extended iu nth mice, with John Wesley did pie to know that noteworthy bisnk'H founding the appropriated for tho poor patients. of party spirit and bigotry. It seeks to tho Bincero hope that their lives may bo thing To W. P. Walton, for tho inagnnininuue bridge over every artificial chasm that full of sunshine, that rosea may line W. L. Withers., Salesman. Methods church. It will aurpr.su 4 th&Xt grout many more people t know that loan of his Opera House fur tho societies is devised to keep true men apart. pathway of their journey over the tho the founder of Methodism wrote out the meeting. Also, to .Mrs. J. G Carpenter, hill of life and when they rest together ia beA new form of intoxication whole theory of evolution and tho origin for tho hospitality elegantly extended to nt tho foot, may it bo with the Bweet wan tho members of the Central Kentucky coming common in Now t,Jersey. A of species 31 years before Darwin consciousness of having left nothing unDarwin Medical Society, and to the prominent Plainfleld physician says that done to promote thu happiness the onu and M years before Mr. born, tho paregoric jag ia growing very popu- of the other. published hifl celebrated work upon the Medical Society. MAIN W. Lee, ON The next meeting of thu society will lar with some of tho first families of that same subject," says Kav. Writing from Arausns Vasb, Texas, our burg. The doctor in question Pys tho May number of The bj held at Corbiu, July 13, 1SU1. of St. Louis, in the Brown, formerly of Mt. Mr. paregoric habit is more frequent than old friend J. R. T. JU.M8KY, J. J. BUOWN, Southern Magazine t Louisville). can save money by examining my'new stock of goods and payVernon, encloses a check for hia uub- - You PhilconParegoric most people suppose. Secretary. President. ing Cash for Lee then quotes from "Wesley's tains amou other things, about 43 per Bcriptiou, which was n little behind, and osophy" to support his assertion. Tho On the Trinity River, With Noies. cent, of alcohol, which ia about tlio same eayr: article will prove most interesting, as it 1 luwe juet 113 vnhd excuses for the proportion of alcohol that there ia in Upon tho bank with rod and reelt presents in u new light that organizing but 11011 payment of uiy subscription, 1 sit aa wisej as Aristotle.U whisky. Thou it contains two per cent-oTinware, &c. You arc invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair inarvolously active fouuder Kenius-t- hat since I lmve paid it I presume jou will And 'tween each bite? softly steal?? opium, so that tho drinker geta the with you and will appreciate your patronage. My goods are all First of tho Itinerant ministry. be siititifkd with the ensti and let me reTo takua 'nip' from my black bottle effect of both poisons. Class Staple goods and will De sold at a tain tho excuses. We would not think of Tho bank of tho river no slur inOno of tho tnost notable evidences Tho St. Louis Post Dispatch lias an about doiui: without the I. J. particularly thu advancement of tho South in point tended to be cast upon batiks of deposit, amusing cartoon of Col. Breckinridge while we are thU far from home. Twice a success that though many of them need to bo sat on. of education is tho signal and you will agreec that you tlteol No reflection ia intended to bo before Judge Bradley, with a negro week it curies us back to enjoyments Call and see me, look through my stock Southern Magazine. has come to Tho standing near, Tho colonel that once were, that now are with the can save money by trading with me. coachman Thirty years ago bucIi itn undertaking cast upon my manner of locomotion. fortunate of theearthand that may again JWo Bay wiso becauao many think addresses thu court: proved disastrous, 10 years would have Your Honor, we move for a new trial. be with us. It was through your paper at last wo when we spend fl worth of time for a ago a similar effort did fail, but Judge Bradley On what grounds? . that we learned that Alx Conn was in mm noticiug tho flattering recep- - dimo'a worth of fish wearu Col. B. We lmve discovered now and the poor house of Madison county, and ..... :.... H.iu interesting and artistic renaou for using thoaago's namo ... ttOur lion important evidence. The witness ia had it not been received that way in al n.i.lv hi tho nress, and upon investi will be aeon further on. inprobability he would be there y JTho bito of tlio fish too early for now in court. eating tho saleB of tho book dealers, that stead of enjoying thecomfoits of home Judge B. Who is the witness? such quantities moaquitos. it boUp, nnd eelis too in good literuture Col. B. Tho carriage driver who heard with liis brothers in Oklahoma; and by Wo softly steal becauao there is anall tho ; aa to inu a me scream. the way, I am glad to state that his other fellow fishing not far away and the does not corno out oUlwbMU of Geor health has much improved since ho arTho Confederate monumeut, Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your bait bottle ia limited. The Drug-Stor- e A Train of ThotiQht gia granite, that ia to bo eieaed in the rived there, and he is again taking an inNip, a technical term for bait. tho result of contempla r Bottle, nn implement for holding bait. Confederate Cemetery iu Atlanta by tho terest iu life and its pleasures. With t. where it a summer outing and E. T. Smith in Texaa Sandwich. Ladiea' Memorial Aeaociatlon and un best wishes for the 1. J. and its editor, I tlonof If properly followed J. W. Buow.v. vailed on the 20th inat., lias been com' am very truly, Bhould bo spent, and Only 113 of the 400 lawyers iu Louie-vill- e pleted by the cutters and shipped from taking a train of tho will lead to your The largest diamond in the world School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, tho Grand Cou-trhave paid the $10 license fee charged Canton, this State. Tho occasion of the Wisconsin Central fromChicago, for Lake Liquors for Medical Purposes. has recently been fouud in South Africa. Station, by the city. unvniling will bring together a large Mukwonaga, JL',000,000, The amount of candy consumed in concourse of veterans from nil sections It is said to be worth VUla Tntioch, Burlington, and or bouio Ash Italy has the greatest proportion oj tho United States every year ia estimated of tho State. Savannah News. w ,BM ,ref l' ? criminals. Thoy number 5.M0 to the at 20,000 tons. and sport aro Call and see us. John L. Sullivau 8a j a that Corbett million of population, plentitude. For descripAfter being abolished for 25 years, alUholr ''Along hal n to Thomas Costello, an ineane man o. . tho line," write crrrTT'WKT. i"pViA,nM,.MnH,.4 the death penalty has been resumed in will hnvo very little troublo iu whiptive pamphlet, I',- -' General Passenger Agent, Switzerland. Fremont, Ohio, shot and killed hia wife t. 1. ping Pete Jackson. Jas U Milwaukee, Wis. court-hoim- WEDDINGPRESENTS BANKS, : , The : Jeweler. . --- A. Bru-Aii- Show You The Goods, i Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January cohool-hotiH- MeRoberts' Drug Store, -- thiu-ourt-hou- well-know- n w WAUL 8 P APE Me.-cr- a. -- Teb-bett- s, u-- 15 Brinley's Combination Plow and Harrow. -- 15. THE - "COLUMBIA," W. H. HIGGINS. 1 McEI-wai- n, li n, 1,87-',S- 09 WE ARE IN IT. 4G0.y-M.2S7.- 0o. Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. 1 Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. WEAREN. South-Easte- rn Jaes STORE. NEW CASH STREET. 'EAST Dry Goods, Groceries, Boois, shoes, Hardware, f SMALL FHOFIT FOTl CASH. J. C. FLORENCE. w, other-wise- . ki-- to-da- DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. w iMntlv Drugs, School Supplies, --- n" al ..! ivin,. The Best Goods for the Least Money, $ ZXSlwnatlan in a' r WVimi bm5Bi ? i i l i 1 1 ii I 1 ! H i The steamer Loa Angeles was wreckTuscumbla, Ala., Tom Black, col- - ed at Point Stir lighthouse, 30 miles south ing largo proportions and assuming a John Willis and Tony Johnson, all of Monterey, Saturday night. Many grave aspect. Fears of violonco aro felt ored, were lynched for arson. Thirty lota were sold by tho Maste passengers lost their livis at Washington when the horde of unApril 24, 1894 washed anarchists shall flood tho town, Commissioner at Pinevillo last week at 8TANFORD, Kv., The battlo 1b waxing fierce in the .Id Ohio district, but In spito of protected and preparations aro being made to re- $100 per lot. These lots sold four years interests, Mr. Sorg the democratic camli sist any demonstrations. Tho secretary ago at $30 per foot. W. P. WALTON. of tho treasury, in view of the possible The Oo.OOO post offices in this coun- date for Congress will, it is claimed, bo And sec what a little of it will buy at the Louisville Store, Our Im- looting of the money house, has issued try consume bIi tons of stationary every elected. mense Sale ou Clothing since our A special from Little Uock pays the orders that until further notice it will day aud o.OOO pounds of wrapping twine case has so para, not be open to visitors. At several every week. completed lyzed Congressman Cllftor H. Breckinat- President Harrison haa prints nloiuzlthe route the army has IBVEIXD.A.'X'. that ho tomptedlto seize trains for their convey- his course, of 15 lectures at Stanford ridge's chaucefl for ance and acted in other ways to Bhow an University, California, and returned to will not carry a single county in his disDEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. trict but his own, even if ho carries utter disregard of private rights or prop- Imlianapolis. Arrived forces us to replenish weekly. A new lot of Men's and 13oy's A cow caused a wreck on the C. O. that. WALKER GtVENS erty. Should any socialistic attompt bo Kor County Judg JAS. A motion to cut oil" the salary of Suits are just in and we have bought them so we can sell at unheard G. H. COOPKK made at tho Capital, the U. S. troops & S. W. near Kevseg's Station in which " ' Clctk Minister Willi, duriiu? the disruption of J, 11. PAXTON aiiould make short work of tho Attorney " " of low prices. Remember we have the agency for the one man was killed aud two were ser the diplomatiu bill, tho other day, gave ' T. D. NKWLAND " Sheriff. iudustriale, who have shown by rofus-iu- iously injured. E. D KKN.N'KDV Assessor Boutelle another chance to attack the Herman Wahl, of New York, was Hawaiian policy of oilers along their lino of march that - .. O.W DKIinRD " " Jailer Grtmhamaud compafiued six cunts for pulling out a lot of hi" ny it is not work they are after. and Gov. McCreary a chance to do cousin, Herman Ward's whiskers. The fend it. The latest Bolution of tho apparently In a letter to Hon. Chauncey F. Black unsolvablo problem as to who furnished president of tho National Association of latter sued for $5,000. The prospect of trouble by tho strikMerchant Tailoring Establishment in America. Democrats of the Second Appellate ing miners in Alabama is increasing the money for Mias Pollard to prosecute Democratic Clubs, Mr. Cleveland urges district have nominated Judge Willis L. The situation is so threatening tliut tho her Buit ngalnst Col. Breckinridge, is tho carrying out of tho party's pledges to that Mrs. Calderon Carlisle, who is a tarifi reform. We won our wny to vic Beeves a a candidate for judge of the troops in Birmingham were held at their daughter of tho wealthy tobacconist, the tory on these (pledges and insistence Kentucky Court of Appeals. armories ready for a call, and extra forThe play of Cinderella is to bo pro ces of deputy slientl's weio on duty at late James Thomas, of Richmond, Va., upon that principle is the condition of furnished the necessary cash, in order to our retention of the people's trust; and duced in New York City this week by a tho mines. We are better fixed than wo ever were to fit you in any thing in the eettlo a lone grudge she had against the fealty to party organization demands company from London, which includes Tho republican senators, as part of ISO persons, 8 ponies and 12 dogs. colonel. The story goes that at White tho subordination of individual advan their plan to delay the Tarifi' Bill, will Shoe Line at Lower Figures than ever before offered in Stanford. Assistant Chief of Fire Department attempt to continue the general debato coSulphur Springs, before the war, the tages and wishes. 11.0 thinks our party lonel, who mingled only with the bon is best (organized and most powerful Dan Addis, of Louisville, has become another week, notwithstanding the tons, gave tho then Miss Thomas the when it strives for principles instead of violently insane from brooding over his agreement that tho consideration of the cut direct, because the family of trade's spoils. The president enclosed n contri- pay being reduced to that of a captain, bill by paragraphs shall bo commenced Tho city council at Falmouth has Wednesday, people were not recognized as social bution to carry on the work of the club, placed tho saloon license at $300 per equals by that set. The story hath a which ho moat heartily commends. Uy the earthquake in Greece 10') In town, consisting of India Linen, Nainsook Checks, Irish Lawns, year. The liquor men wanted to pay people are known to have lost their goes until another is fishy flavor, but it Indian Dimity, Pacific Jaconets, Algerianc Stripes, &c. All of which invented. A good deal of stress is laid In response to an invitation to speak quarterly, but tho request was refused. lives. In the vintage ot l'ro.skani, 150 per- will positively be sold lor less than you can buy them elsewhere. In A dispatch from Vancouver, Wash., sons were on the question of where tho money at Paris, May 7th, signed by 241 voters, crushed to death while at says: Sherifl Norton has arrested How- church, and at Martino, CO were killed, Dress Goods, we have them to suit the purse of the poorest and the came from, but that dwindles into insig- Col. Jireckinridgo. sends a letter of ac nificance beside tho fact thnt the friend-lee- s ceptance, which is published in tho News. ard Nolan, Fourth Cavalry, who is under most of whom were at worship. The .esthetic taste of the most fastidious. Now a word or two about woman won and tho man with all As God is his judge, he says, he has indictment for murder in Pineville, Ky. prJperty 0M9 ia ipU80. j. .Morgan ami jonn .uasou, mer prominence and influence was mulcted been faithlul to every duty imposed to the tune of 15 000, and tho main upon him and the "burden" which he chants at Little Bock, Ark., fell out over lln Hail li fin. question is now, where is it to cotuo Iihh carried, having been rolled olf his bnsinefs matters and engaged in a shootfcl"nlrinK alout th peculiar uses tc ffhich alarm clock luive boen put," mid from? shoulders, ho will in tho future have an ing a II ray. Both were fatally injured. s a gentleman yeMerday, "I know of none The reported battlo between the undivided purposo and a life, which has For men and boys. Men's ShirLs, we have then? in Fmbroidercd Finding that tho advertisement he and a posse of United States Mar- moro ridicnlons than a vtwo that I but ono object. Tho invitation contains There are wvenil of tin, k11 fronts, shield, plain and fancy I'. 1'. and pufT bosoms. Negliges in got out of being couusel for Col. Breck- the names of many of tho most promi- shals In tho Indian Territory is confirmfriend, who join in a little game of inridge did not amount to as much as he any pattern. Neckwenr in profusion. Hosieiy all shades and qualied. Several are killed or wounded on nent democrats in Bourbon county. now and then. Tho .triune usually expected, Charles II Stoll endeavors to both sides. A shirt, knee pants and straw hat, a summer outfit for that barebeoomen more iutertwtitiK than wo ex- ty. gain some notoriety by calling old Jerro Foil tho 'stoenth time since Christmas Mason, Iloge A Co., the Frankfort pect, to nil limitation of time aro ml footed, rascally boy of your all for 50c. Our stock of Spring ClothWilson bad names. IIo is not satisfied tho Knox County News has changed edi- contractors, have undertaken to build aside. It was all very well for us ing is still increasing and we are the lenders in assortment, quality with his hall way apology for charging tor?-, and all have stated that they have two miles more of the mammoth imiirI fel iws to ?et home at 4 o't lck that he forged the Wessie Brown letter, come to stay. Their stay was limited, at Chicago, increasing their contract to in the morning, but om of th rtumWr and price. Don't fail to get the benefit of this week's bargains. had a little wife waiting imticutly for so be indites a blood and thunder missive though, and ono or two of them were $0,000,000. to the old man in which cur, coward, liar gone before the ink dried on tho saluThomas Kunsey, a barkeeper at him, and while the waa not optM! to aud other Lexington hr room vernacu- tatory. Mr. K. B. Bledsoe is the latest Nashville shot and killed Riley Fore- her hnslmnd having a friendly ptme f larisms abound. Judge Wilson treated victim of tho tripod and he is more earn- man and Thomas Fagan in his saloon. jHker oecaMt'iiHlly the did object btren uously to las coming homo at Mich hourti the letter with contempt and merely est in his protestation thau any that he Tne men had goue in to settle a grudgo believing in moderation in all things. said, "Tut tut" when asked if ho and has arrived for good and all. May he against Ramsey. "Tho other night we were nil b Stoll would fight a duel. "Dont talk to nover have occasion to change his tune. T. B. Ripoy, tho Anderson county interested in a 'jack tot,' which had Mr. Stoll respectable proportions, wIht mo about such nonsense." distiller, was unable to stem tho ndverse Tiik democratic newananers are amus- - tide and had to assign. His liabilities suddenly we wero Ftirprit-cbv a con try to bridle Ins tiery nature; or should ' A. URHANSKV & CO., Proprietor at least exercise his ferociousness on a iag themselves writiug about Col. W. 0. are half a million, but it is said he will tinual ringing of a bell, the sound at parently coming from our married Bradley and the republican nomination pay them in full. T. D. RANKY, Manager. man moro likely to "take him up." friend's pocket. Ho throw down his for governor. The eloquent colonel is Van J'elt, of Laporte, hand with a laugh, and delving into his Mrs. Richard TnE South Carolina dispensary law, practicing law and saying nothing, but SSth birthday by pocket produced a small alarm so much trouble and at the proper time if he wants to run Ind., celebrated her which has caused having present 11 of her friends. Tho clock. Wo looked on in amazement, but bloodshed, has been declared unconsti- for governor, all ho has to do is to say so. age of 12 was 952 years or 70 our Benedict friend wiw convnlsed with tutional by the State Supreme Court aud the nomination is his. The Dennys 'combined laughter. Finally tho boll stopped ringyears and four months each. which holds that it can not be defended and other opponents aro not in it. ing, and ho said: "Boys, I forgot to tell will reply to Hill's Senator Lindsay on auy vital point. The State has the yon about it. I tried to explain to my inthe It is hard to tell what will happen in attack on bill Indemocratic tariff1 and pre wife how tho great internet 1 took in the right, the decision reaffirms, to regulate the Senate. He is gamo always made mo forgetful of time the whisky traflicfor police purposes, but this uncertain world. No one would come tax speech with great care, and as an exenso for my late home OJining, paring his not to engage itself in the whisky busi- have dreamed that the mild mannered of his life. when to my surprise she said, "Well, ness for profit. The effect of the decis- and considerate editor, Mr. II. E. Wool-fol- will make the effort Near Birmingham, Ala., James Bow-de- Georgo, if you can't remember when it's ;is Kccoivintf His would everget caned, but the nnex- ion will be to return to tho old order of son time to come home, I've got a way to David Parks and his 12 year-olspected has happened aa usual. See full things, a fact over which Kentucky distil remind yon of it." She said nothing were killed by an immense tree falling lers rejoice since Gov. Tilmau had prac- particulars in another column. more, but when I left the Iioukj this on them while they were driving through evening sho put this alarm clock tically shut them out in his purchases for in my Goods Warranted and a Pcrlcct Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. A dispatch to the Louisville Times a pino forest during a storm. lockot, baying: "Gtwge, I've set it for tho State. The law Is paternal, impracticorrects the statement in this paper Largest of all the residents of half past 1. I think that's late enough cable and obnoxious, the moro so since the Breckinridge matter cut a fig111., is a young man of 25 years for any man, so there is no excut-tothe governor attempted to make the peo- that in ure the primary election there. An and 152 pounds weight, who la locally night.' " Of courbo wo all joined in the ple drink the miserable Cincinnati stufi, Owens man was chosen by 0G4 majority known as Baby Bliss. Ho wears a 10 laugh, bnt it did not Init long, for Gi rge known as whisky, got np from the table, saying: 'Well, and a Breckinridge man won tho collar, a 7 hat and No. 12 shoes. loys, I'll havo to lo off. There'u no exn " P I I I I i by oil. l "1 Their many friends in this suction cuse tonight.' The Hon. Thomas J. Jarvis haa been appointed U.S. Senator from North Uaro will be plessed to learn that tho betrothal "Iueiuuch as Georg watt in $75 on the Tub Louisville Commercial illustrates is announced of tho Cuowitch, Grand game, liua to fill the vacancy caused by tho this information chiuh.'1 ail our its ulippinge from the rural prefw, the.rt- death of Senator Vance. He is 5S years by Duke Nicholas, to Princess Alix Victoria fac to grow long. Bnt Gwrge wuit, adding amusement to au entertaining ATnotwithstanding our strong apical fur old and has served his State no legislator, Helena Louise Beatrice of HeH. column. Tho work must he done by Mr. govornor, member of the con&titutioiial One of the prominent Clark county him to atay. When we wero left almr-wGeorge Kerr, one of the finest cartoonists passed our views ujxm awifuwho conventional and as a poldier. He went farmers, who has given the matter h could invent such a scheme as Utat, es in tho country. into tho Confederate army as a private practical tent, says there ia more money pecially when her husband wtw win and within a year aroK to captain. His The publishiiiL' firm at Now York, of in five acres of a well cultivated apple ning." Ihitaburg arm was e battered about this time by a which Mark Twain is a member, bus as- orchard than there is in 20 acres of toDrovvu's Cultivators and all Farm Implements at prices to suit the SutMiol tli Dimvnltjr. Yankee bullet and he had to retire from signed, and its creditors sadly realize that bacco. lie laid gi.en her the engagement ring hard times. the service. In 1885, Mr. Cleveland ap the noted humoribt is not joking this rtnem strikers took poses-siouroat and was tolling hor fairy Morle alout pointed him minister to Brazil. He iau time. of a train at Wihnar, Minn., overho had experienced in seenr-inlife long democrat and stands firmly on powering a United States Marshal and tho trunblo n pure white, Hawlesa stone when Tub earthquake in Greece hardly left his party of 510 deputies. They have the Chicago platform. Tho tar heel State ho saw a bad look cru'p into tho eyas but is not noted for its great men but the a grease spot of Thebes and other ancient blocked the line, refusiug to a'lrnv atfy now fired with joyotn mirth mid gladand historical places. new senator ia a man of fair ability. ness. train to leave or arrive. "What is it, my own?" lw whisixjrod A delegation of 250 men and women NEWSY NOTES. Hakpi'r's Weekly, of this week, dehave arrived in Washington from Phila- in her left auricular apitndagu. votes its leader to Senator Hill and his "Oh, Harold, suppose" The-13T. Y. &G. has secured con-tr- delphia to make what they call a work"Yoh, sweetheart." late speech against the tarilT bill in genof tho Knoxvillo & Cumberland men's demonstration against the Wilson "Supjoo wo should get marrhiir eral and nearly every other democratic Gap. tariff I ill. Thoy disclaim auy connection "Wo will, my dearest," ho hlssod, with measure in particular. It says he seems The Jellico and Mingo miners obey- with tho Coxey movement. a $10 a weolc nerve. to be bereft of all political sense, that his ed orders and threw down their picks Throckmorton, of Tex"And I should loo this ring in tho for Saturday. lifo is a failure and that his chances as, is dead, aged 70. He was a colonel flnff of our velvet carpets?" the presidency of the United States are For a moment ho was dazed. Then a The plant of the Crown Linseed Oil in the Confederate army and after the on a level with his chances for the throne C)mpany was destroyed by fire, entailing war was elected governor, but was decorativo iossibillty rushed athwart his of Russia. His only notablo success in a a loss of $100,000. prophetic soul, and ho said firmly: by Gen. Sheridan. Later ho "Wo will liavo hard wood lloors." De small way iw the working of himself up Dock Bishop and Frauk Latham, of served four years in Congress. troit Froo Press. to a leading position among those little Watonga, O. T., were lynched by tho setAnother account of that reported Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinawarc line. Call and democratic Catalines, who are plotting tlers for battle between oliicors and; outlaws in examine and get prices. Our better halvcsiuy thoy could not ttep house the destruction of the democratic pa"Dudo" McClear shot bis the Indian Territory shows that the without Cliambctlaln's Cough Itcmttlr. Itu rtyGorman, Briconnd Murphy. in more than half tho homes in I.eils. Sims to death at Nicholasville. Both ne- Daltons wero 30 miles away and tho only Ilros.. I.ctnll. Iowa. TIl.I ahowi the esteem in groes and it was a family row. which that remedy is held whrre It lias been sold persons injured wero a Another lecturer has beeu making a lor ein and is well known. Mothers havo learnLucien Patterson was given two Gorman, who was killed, and a girl. ed that thine Is nothing to good for colds, croup fool of himself or rather ho permitted Stanford, Ky. and whooping couch, that it cures thew ailments years at Somerset for tho murder of Roger Johnson was expelled from a quickly and red liquor to do it for him. Bob permanently and tr.it it is plcisant and safe for children to tjke. s; an 30 cent Charles Ilines at Greenwood. Lexington colorod' church for chicken who is a Baptist preacher, got sn!e by I)r S. O. I locker, DruL'Kixt, !Un. At Philadelphia Amos Waters and stoaliug and had to bo ejected by force. lord for drunk at Morganlleld tho other night and made a miserable failure in his at- John Pickardo were killed by coming in He sworo he would have his revenge I3uciln'nArnica Salve, and ho ueemo to have gotten it, as the the best xdveln the world lor cuts, bruises tempt tq lecture. Tho Stanford associa- contact with an electric light wire. ores, ulcers, salt rheum, (over sores, tetter, clup-- P Tho 17th annual meeting of the Ken- church waa In ashes next morning. I hands, chilblains, tion does not employ that kind of lectur corns and all skin tucky Pharmaceutical Association will positively cures piles or no pay reuuir A mob of Ohio men, women and ers. Those who hear Col. Copeland at cd It ifuarinteed to giv. perfect satisfaction children, led by the injured wife, stoucd or money refunded, l'ftco jJ, cents pat bca. can do be held in Paris beginning May 10. Walton'B Opera Houso William Fletcher, an ngod shoemaker a faithless husband from Deshlor, and For ale by A. R. Penny, Sbmlord. Kv. eo without fear of being shocked by auy of Muncie, Inl., died of paralysis con- held tho woman with whom hohadbjen Thosa whoncvur read tne advtitisinentt in unseomly exhibition on the stage. than their newspapers tracted from hammering on his knees. living beneath tho spout of a railroad Jonathan Kcuison, miss moreWorth they presume, ol Dolan, county, Iowa, candidates for governor of who had been troubled with iheumatisiu in his Tho western prisons are so full that water tank until sho wasalmost drowned. Tiik four Lack, arms and shoulders, read an item In his puKansas felicitate themselves on the fact 50 Arkansas convicts, who had violated By a popular plurality of 400,000, rer about how a prominent German citizxn of Kt cured. He procured the same : that nono of them drinks, chows or U. S. laws, had to be taken to Brooklyn, and an electoral vote of 277 to 1 15, tho Madlnm had beenuse. hit own words; "It cured me : medicine, and to Ho up swearB. Tho statement bears upon its N. Y. country agreedjjthat the fuudamontal right were' both alu says: "A neighbor and his wifn The mothor of Gov. McKinloy, of principle of tnrifi',taxation was correctly Thuir boy wjs oversick in bed with rheumatism. face tho persuasive odor of its own imto my house and said they told hint Kansas angels are rare Ohio, was 85 Sunday ,'but as sho is very set forth in tho democratic platform, but wer to tad he had to do the cooKing. probability. of Chamberlain's Pain ltilm and how It had cured productions, either for this world or that ill, Bho will likely celebrate no aioro the party has so fur failed to fulfill its me, he (;ot a bottle and it surul them up in a wetk jo cent bottles lor a!a by Ur.S. G. Hock- birthdays. which is to come. pledges. cr. UrUggibt, btanlo'd. SEMI-WEEKL- Y lNTERIORjOUKNAL The Coxey army of tramps is reach- - -- At COME ON WITH TOUR GASH ! 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVERY -'- Pollard-Breckinrid- ge SPRING - STOCK ed g Largest and Cheapest Nieest Assortment Furnishing Goods I Dal-ton- wit-ueiw- d. LOUISVILLE ; STORE, 1 d STAITFOUD, KY., co-i- t -- M.G.RUPLEY,- k, imHmilmm,k n -- n, SPRINGAND SUMMER GOODS. Bloom-ingto- e asaeFS-orshi- p MttR WAGONS, -- Dia-Nttc- REDUCED PRICES. J. K. VANARSDALE, n g . ol GLASSWARE, QUEENS WARE, ed CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. horse-stealin- step-fath- er ui-c- il nt FARRIS & HARDIN. Bur-dett- e, 1 hot-t- h m p tin-na- 11 aitfaporStotfes 1 We Have : Got Them. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. 1. -- vr-- t Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky., Al'Ktli '.U, 18JJ-- A, It. I'knny's is thu place to buy jow-olr- y. 6TANFORD, Okfick for runt in Intkkiuh Jouhnal. building. Apply to W. l. Wnlton. in Gcnuink John 11. Stetson f" 00 hut nt E. C. Walton, Business Manager f 2.18, only ono to a ctiHtotuor. U. F. Jones MEANS t Fon. BUSINESS. 11 u v your school books nud school buiv plies ol all kinds at A. II. 1'ennv's. Watciiks, clocks and jewelry repaired Wanti.'I). A position by an indusand warranted, luiravimr a specialty, trious young man 10 years old. Address at A. It. Penny's. Tiik iHrgest Btock of Dmum. Medicines, "Worker," caru of tho I.ntkiuok JouhPerfumery, I'uintn ami Wall Paper nt nal ofllce. A. It. Penny's. Prescriptions a specialty. Sunday's Courier Journal contain? n "pome" by SUnford.s pout laureate, Mr. PERSONAL POINTS. A. A. Warren, who can spin oh" rhytms Mas. A. W. Cahi'K.vtkk spent several by the yard. days with Mrs. 8. P. rftou. Flowkhs. Mrs. Steele H.dley will keep Mh. T. W. HicoiNB.of Louisville, enmo constantly on hand in the store room of up Friday to violt relatives. A. Warren a cholco supply of fresh Miss Mahy MiKinnky is visiting Miss A. plants and (lowers. Mmiurvn l'ticlpH at Kicbuioiid. 9 9 Mn. HiiiAM Kiciiaiidso.v, of Danville, Wkodino bells aro ringing in t'o dishas been on a visit to MUs Loin Iliirku. tance and thu nicest line of presents aro Mita. G. II. McKj.n.nky, who is para- on sale at D.iuks, the Jeweler. Seo our lyzed to great extent, is iiiitu ill other- - Btock before you buy. m paid your 1803 account at McKinnoy Hros.', please do no nt once. We must have our business settled up. If you havn't You will find tho best Btock and lowest Danville. Tho State Board of Equalization gave us a reduction of 12 cents on pricea at A. It. Penny's. farm lands ami 15 cents on town properStanfoiui is tho greatest bicyclo town ty. Mr. II. E Woolfolk, of tho AdvoTliirty-fivin this section. are now cate, was the recipient of a handsome owned ami ridden here. present yesterday from tho Athlotic AsThe Inteiuoh Jouhnal will soon sub- sociation of Centre College in recognition for steam to drivo its of his Bervices as treasurer of the organistitute r having been pur zation, It was a handsome presses, a cano artistically mounted with Bilver Many merchants have left off buying Spring Goods altogether on chasod. handle and filigree dlsigns. It. A. Goodu Doowoon winter hits prevailed lor sev and family, after soniu time spent in Car- account of the hard times, but we, knowing this would be the case, eral dave, but there is a rift in tho cold rol county, Mo., has returned to his old have bought a much larger stock than usual. We know people will rain clouds. Tho signal service says it Kentucky home near here and asked to want poods and if we have them we can sell them,r so o will be slightly warmer and fair to day. bo forgiven. Among other products of At the Danville Gun Club's shoot Missouri that lie don't take to is the Saturday, Dr. II. M, Marsh, who liiBt week weather. A drop of 10 to 50 degrees broke. out of 2o blue rocko, auain lead while you aro eating breakfast is a small With the best selected stock ever shown in this section. witli IS to his good. Chief of Police G. matter, and 12 and 1 inch ico is considered thin Advocate. T. Helm only broke IS. New small check woolens at and o 3 The Faet is This. - water-pow- er water-moto- hard-woo- d 2-- 1 We ape Ready for You. 48c 90c. 1 w ise. Mit. Fiui.i)iNoTiiuitMOM) has been very ill with an attack of something like pneu- Tub Louisville and Vicinity Hiblo plainly has placed a printed copy of the Bible in each I itN. monia. caboose running out of Louisville and Mn. John M. Item was resting easier Lebanon. yesterday and hopes are Increasing ol his recovery. Ovkh S00 sauiplo hats just recoivrd, Mr. 0. II. H01.MK8 has returned from a latest styles and shapes, no two alike. wuuku1 visit to Joe C. Jones, Km., at Wo have hats to suit everyone at leBS Piuevillu. than manufacturer's prices, l stills at ltev. A. J, Pikk, of llrodhead, was here $2 50, Ac. H. F. Jones & Son. yesterday returning from his appointUkck.nt dumonstiatious of violence and ment Ht Klrksville. Miw. K. T. Pkscc went to Wilinoru a disposition to 10am over the country, Friftay to seo her daughter, who is Ht. exhibiting themselves in John Pennington, his family thought it ho6t to return tending school there, Mk. W. H. Cash, of Hsrriiiian, Tonn,, him to thu aiyluin, so ho was taken in viBlting his father and mother, Mr. thither Sunday by Dr. J. II. Owsley and Deputy .Sheriffs. W. Mftipfvu. and Mrs. W. A. Cash. Mis. Hi.a.nciii: .Swkknuy, a handsomu The circuses hao already commenced mid ttylixlt Laui'itnttinn, uss the guest of to glvu us thu go by. Adam Forepaugh's Mrs. Joo Cofi'eySumlny. great circus and menagerie will exhibit Mkkhim. Tom Kkkkii.i., of tsoinetKot, at Williamsburg May Sib, at K'ehmond ami Hright Ferrill. of Kutmiik, wer up the following day cud a few days later at Nihility to so tiieir mother. Lelmnon. Itiiruum's great circus is nlo and wife, of Mn. Isaac Pkaiu-obooked for DuuvIIIh during May. relhavit been th guest of their So-cie- ty well-bound, n M011-tlivllo, Denny. for Franklin yesterday to remain with her prospective until she in 0110 in fact. Da. KoiiKiiT L. Davison, who is at. tending tho Hospital College of Medi cine at 1Otiisville, spent n fow dayB at homo. J. A. Wallace will handlo tho Stanford Water, Light and Ico Co's , ice at Huston ville this year and left yesterday to do so. Misses Flokknck Latimkii, aud Mary Miller, of Missouri, and Annie Knglw-ma- n havu been guests of tho Miss's lSaughmau. Wk didn't know until we heard from her in Atlanta, that Mrs. W. G. Welch had gone to Sanibel Inland, Florida, to visit the Humes'. It. G. Hail, of Somerset, spent Sunday with his wilo and son who are visiting hero. Ho was accompanied by his young friend, Forry Hicks. Mn. E. W. Smith wiit to Chicago Sun day with the waterworks committee of Danville, to consult with engineers there alHiut a cliaugo of plan. Miss Ella May Sawndkiis returned Saturday from a lengthy and delightful visit to friends in Louisville. Mim 1Azh Severance, of Washington, accompanied . her and ta now her Mn. W. H. Walton, who wwi connect-m- l with tins Lstkiiioii Joitknal for wwi-a- l yoftts, is preparing to BUrt n pttjwr in Ashluml, Va. A Lugo prbwi from thia office was shipped to him yesterday. D11. John Mason Williams has lowitml at 107 W. Chestnut, Ixmlflville, for the practice of his profession and writes us that his latch hiring hangs on tho outside for hie Stanford friends whenuvur they v.slt the city. Di'iiiMi his Htay liero, Dr. Jos. Prico, the colebiated abdominal surgeon, of l'liiladelphia, was tho guest of his student and friend, Dr. J. G. Cnrpenter. Ho was assisted in three operations by Dr. Carpenter nud Dr. Eugonu Hrovvn, of Mt. Vornon, another student. atives, Mr. and Mts. A. Miss w 1C MaiioikOhlky left sister-in-la- e Lincoln coonty got ahead of the coinpHiiies last year. She tiaid 7, l(V In premiums and got ?17,b07 in losses. Hoylo paid out $.V,3SU and received $11,017, and Gairard put up and only drew out $lo,lS7. The companies aru said to have lost $200,000 last year in this State. inpu-rsne?!'-',-270 Tiik subject of Col. CopeJand'B lecture 1h "Seeing the Elephant." It abounds in wit and humor, sense and nonsense, pathos and eloquence, and ia slid to bo tho great lecturer's mastbr- pieco. It will bo worth coming many miles to hear and wo especially invito tho country people to como in aud help ht iisenjoy.it. To a man up a tree it would seom that thu ntreet, instead of the sidewalk, is thu proper placo to rido bicycles. It is very annoying to have to keep vigilant watch for the careless riders, hut it is dangerous not to do bo. Let them use the mid dle of the street, as do other vehicles that carry passengers. Several persons including ladies lmvo come near beitiK run over. Oun great sale ol s.miplo shoes hns LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. been the talk of tho town; no wonder J. R. Hardin has been very sick for when we aro selling $1150 and $1 shoes a few da) b. and slippers for Jl 03. Another lot juBt T. J. Johnson is rejoicing at the adreceived. IJ. F. Jones it Son. vent of a 10$ lb girl at his homo. All the mii'era in Laurel county, Tiif.hk is a woman iu the Ottcnheim amounting to several hundred, went out Colony, who has as full beard as any man iu the county, Shu has to shave three 011 a strike Saturday at noon. Rev. Hendricks, of Danville, closed tunes a week. Her further reBomblance to thu other sex Is shown by a heud tho protracted meeting at the Christian whose summit is as bald sb a billiard church Sunday night. Tiiero were 13 conversions. cue. Rev. John Bell Gibton is holding a A yoi'MH man called on his best girl Sunday night and forgetting that a sure meeting at Corbin. A cyclone at Summerville, Mo., debind meant a biuu find, he tied his horse so that tie cot away ami tore tho huirgy stroyed six lives and much property. At Somerset Albert Davie, colored, to pieces. He is iu thu hole some $15 or 'J0, but it is worth it to spend an eve- shot and killed Napoleon Hudson, also colored, 011 the Public Square. ning wlln that girl. Hudson 9 9 and Davis had quarreled over politics, The lecture Association, which is com- Davis was arrestid Davis fired five n preacher, a posed if a shots, all of which took eilect. editor, and wors tiiaii A general strike of coal miners wem two , or but honest merchants, who in to effect throughout Ohio, Pennsyl have felt thu hard times, isn't around vania, West Virginia, Maryland and Illibegging even it it is about flO iu the nois, and to a greater or lets extent in consomue, but it dops think that the peo- Indian 1, Missouri, Iown, Alabama and ple ought to appreciate its efforts to af other Slates Saturday. If tho strike is ford them a high order of aniUM'ini nt the mccees claimed, it will involvo over and instruction and attend thu lecture in a million men and Htop work in mines such numbers as to lift thu concern out that produce upward of lOO.OOO.OOO'tons of debt. Give us a big crowd of coil last year in 12 States and TerritoSuit for abeolntu divorce and allimony ries. Speaking of Jiu1g. Bradley's arbiIihh been filed by Mrs. Susan Harris Hamilton against Mr. Isaac Hamilton. trary rulings in the She avera that within three weeks after caee, tho Paris Kentuckian tells this: than Senator Ingalls, some years ago, after feel their marriage, which occurred a. year ago, he began to deliberately and ing sore over Judge Bradley's rulings, systematical); maintain towards her a walked away from tho court witli a crowd, studied indifference and neglect as to and as ho did so a loose 11111I0 camo near show a settled aversion, and that her running over them. Ingalls shied it off peacu of mind has been destroyed there- with a sun shade, remarking to it: by. His inhumanity and cruelty did not "What court do you preside ovir that over people take tho form of blows, but manifested you try to run rough-sho- d itself by refusal to speak to her, frowning this way?" Judge Bradley happened to be contiuuallly in her presence, refusing to behind Ingalls, hut it is not said whether occupy the same room with her and lock- he enjoyed thu joke as the crowd did. ing up the parlor so she could not enter I havk turned over my wool busiuees it with her friends. Shu was taken sick to Mr. L M. Bruce. See him beforo you aud he visited her not, ami but for the sol). T. A. Bradley. kindness of neighbors sho would have B.iflered from neulect. Seeing that his purposu was to drive her from him, she accordingly left his house. For these and other reasons sho thinks ahois Whrn llaby was flct, wo pnve hor Ca:ori, entitled todivorco aud a liberal alimony When sho wiu a Clillil, she crit-- for Castorta. SMss, sho clun to CftJtori'i. from his largu estate. Mr. Hamilton is When she When hho had ChlMrru.sho ceelhcm Catorfa. merchant at llowland, tho and Is 07 yearsold. His wife is 50. Both hayo been married before. poverty-strickepovurty-HtriekePollard-Breckinridwell-know- New wash silk at 45c and doc. New wool challics at iSc, 28c, 50c and 60c. New Irish lawn at I2j4c New Percales at ioc, 2lAc, 15c. New Ginghams at 5c, I2c, 15c, 25c. New Sattccns at and 20c. New Dimities at ioc and 15c. New Organdies at 25c and 28c. New Swivel Silks at 50c and 65c. New Princess Duck at I2jc. New Batiste at yyjC and 15c. I2c Sc, , -- .t , Call Before the Stock is SEVERANCE & SON. broken. Act : Wisely, And don't fail to come and sec our new stock just being opened every day. This is our second purchase and we have left nothing out. A8I of the Novelties, Of every line is to be found with us. Before running off to other markets come see what your home merchants have. Are we not entitled to your patronage if you can find what you want and at a less price than other cities ? We know you can buy goods cheaper in your own little city than any inland town in the State and cheaper than you can buy the same goods at retail in Louisville or Cincinnati. This we ill guarantee. fcaTExamine our figured and plain black Dress Goods from to $1.50; our Tela Vela Duck 10c to 25c; our Ginghams from 5c to 25c; our Scotch Lawns 5c to 25c; our Satteens ioc to 35c; our Japanese Cloth. ioc to 25c. Gents' Suits $4 to S15, and our Gents and Ladies' Shoes in low and high cut Tans and Blacks at all prices. Ladies Capes S3 to $7. 50. Ladies' Underwear in muslin, gauze and Jersey. Everything in every line is Sc Come and look before buying. No trouble to show goods. n HUGHES & TATE. FARM ANDJRADE ITEMS. .YEW ADVEBTI.SEHE.VTC. gut-ht- A. I). Root is tho first man in this suction to finish planting corn. Fugs and butter aru lower here this Of ltav L. Uovee. who will with his musical comedy company, apptwir at softbou than usual 20c and iSje. YeHier A Yeager bought of Ben SutWalton's Opera Hou nxl Wednesday night May 21, tho papers are particular- ton 75 barrels of corn at 52 delivered. "Kmml to Nat GoodUnderwood Bros. sold to Elkin it Co., ly complimentary. win or Sol Smith Kuseoll," says the of Luieaster, a lot of butcher stud at 2Jc R. A. Dawson, of Harr, Bold to Bow' Janenvllle, Win., Recorder; "The Prince stalof Mimicry," ScnttJe, Wesh. Tinas; ing Green parties his "Particiilmly tine," Charleston, S. lion by Lexicon for $1,000. World; "On of the cleverest comwliaii ; William Moreland bought of John before l he public." Cleveland, O, Sun. B. Foster 41 hogs, 175 I'm , and of J. 11. You miiNt see li'in by all uieMuaatid hoar McAlister 31, 105 ., at l.GOc. music from the six principal win-to- r Reports tho e.eullent ld CHBAPBB i'HAN AN IIODY. C WALL ! l PAPER Alabastine, Var- a. Twenty fei cent, of your itioncv snvivl n lbs. ffee c; Granulated Su(ar for Ji; ioc worth of .utchc 5c ; bett I.anl oc: Itacon 9c; Ire Nailt iSc 2 double for 3c ; heel lluann 4 hovel points sc: Orange nc per tloen; Clark's I hrtMtl 3tpool lor ioc; Candy ?SC i"r "'-- I'utu plug; reaches c: Grenille Tobaccu c llrooms 15c; ioc j No 1 Lamp Chimneys ioc; Note these Canned ioc 1'roms Joe; tnce nd the w them to your merchant. Tell him ou cn buy tliew nool and all other (xxU POWELL'S store, pnpcrtioiitly cheap at t uiid il he II) j t duplicate these prices, quit turn. Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. My stock is sure to please you in let li. 11 jc li'il 1 pr : DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. A full stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, nishes, &c. IXi5LrS TOXTH BftP&raXBTG Hefore Spring Cleaning. D03NT3S The Savi3 Vertical Feed Sswinj Machines CITY AND VICINITY. Go to Zimmer for candies and fruits. Flowkh pots at cost by W. W. Brady. Fiitsii Shanks'. lino of Zidgler bIiocb at S. 11. Danks, tho Wb want your trado. jewoler. ConN planters aud Bheep shears utMc- Kiuney & Hocker'a. Punny'B, Sbk tho new juwolry and watches at Ho can't bo undersold. 9 9 9 Onyx Table at Danks, tho jowoler. Tiwek rooina for rent iu Odd Fellows' Commercial. Apply to building-O- ld A. O. Sine. bnso ball Tom YBAOEiiiagottiugupo soon bo loady to receivo team and will cbnllenges. Gksuink Dresdon Hancjuot Lamp and ' r r haudker-ohiefOnf. hundred dozen ladiea' handkerchlofd nt 10, Pure liuen Hemstitched 15 '25 and 35c. Severance A Sou. hnndkor-chie"fafroin:5cu- B. p. Black bhopping bag containing value-blegold Bpectaclee, monoy and other reward for its return to Liberal Farris. mo or tills offlco. Mrs. J. E. Lost. t T s. wheat States say that tho next crop than thu average. Are the best because 'hey run lighter and can do been decided that the people of incorporMcFerran & Clancy, of Louisville, n greater variety of work than any other sewing machine. The ated towns havu control of thu liquor havo sold the expected foal of 1801 by traffic, through their councils, a petiton Liberty Lincoln County Bell, dam Alecia Nutwood, by Ladies has been filed with 15 namcH asking that Nutwood for ? 1,000. Arc cordially invited to call at tho St Asaph Hotel and examine the machine, as well as saman election bo held in Stanford on tho Tho crop of wool from 150 sheep ples of its work. McMUKRAY nKOS. 23rd of Juno to taku tho sense of tho was sold Stanlord, Ky ljtt in Jessamine county last week people on whether or not tho sale of liq- at 12J cents. It was tho first sale for the uors shall bo licensed iu their midst. season. in that comity. Tho tight before was forced by the local Budd Doblo makes the surprising optionists, tho whisky men aro moving statement that Nancy Hanks has shown in thu matter thia time. We beliovo tho him much faster quarters to a council ought to graut liceneo under tho sulky than she ever did to a bike. circumstances, at least for tho time that Budd Doblo admits that Nancy Rowland haa them, but wo nro opposed HankH' record will bo beaten when ho to further elections. says that ho expects all trotting records DEALER IN- conclusion of tho Binashed this year by either Directum, Uanijukt. At tho Kuntucky Arion or Fantasy. program of thu James Dedinaa bought from James : and tho Central Kontucky Medical As sociations a banquet wnB given thu visit Morris, of Woodford, 30 head Btrictly long yearling stoers at 3c ors in general and Dr. Prico in particu Houso Friday night. Corn is being sold at $2.25, delivered to lar at tho Carpenter J. B. Paxton. Esq.. in behalf of tho citi- - tho city, straight timothy, at JO and $10 zonu of Stanford, respondod to the toast, por ton. Lexington Gazette. At tho sale of M. M. and J. O. Mil"OurGuuotfl,"iii an eloquent manner; cattlu Bold Reguler in Madison 20 Dr. It. T. ltameoy, "Quacks in tho at $31.50 to J3S, 30 yearlings at $15.25 to lar Profession;" Dr. Baughman, Flat Lick, " Where Aro Wu At?" Dr. Beu $30.50, 103 hogs at 5 to 0c, aheep $3 per Cigars. Herndon, Ba'bourvillo, "Whither Aro head and corn $2.25 per barrel. Grass Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, 25 au acre and Wo Going?" Dr. I. S. Manning, ''South land rented at S3 to S3 Headquarters lor almost anything Eastern Medical Socioty;" Dr. Joseph corn laud at $10. A good crowd attended Lancaster Price, Philadelphia, "Kontucky Doctors." Drs. Plumuior, Hawkins Brown, court yesterday but not a great deal of you want. When you want a first-clas- s Kiunaird, Aucil Prico aud J. B. Jleyer business waa transacted. The cattle wero each down to respond to toasts, market was dull and fortunately there meal for 25c, call on him. but wore calkd homo on urgent profes-aiou- wero only a fow on tho market. Butchbuoineso, to tho aincero regret er Htnff brought 2c; fat cattle 2Jc. M. J. of all. Tho menu wes couipiohenaive T. Smitherii, of Pulaski, Bold privately 11 tho banquet elegantly prepared and tho head of mountain cattle at $15. A fow occasion ono of mirth and general en- plug horses Bold at $15 to $13. The Stanford, Ky. I horao ahow waa fairly good. joyment. No Hkbtfoktiik Wkaky. It having j&. ."B. will be larger PSSi'TT,Z', Druggist. wBl of What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One Horse Store of high-whe- el R, MM ER -- McKinney & Hoeker, Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and other goods too. South-Easto- OUST CALLmay want. THEM than Cheaper For almost any thing you Goods Ever. Fancy Groceries, Do- McKINNEY & HOCKER. first-clas- s Foreign and mestic Fruits, H -& PflT w I ' wFL I JSrSl have added to my business a line of CARPET - SAMPLES, From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match without wasje. If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it here in two days. R. ZIMMER. H. J. iVIc ROBERTS. SS&i3 t'tiawi ' - ' m l.!" Wfa . ,. .t.T J. -- f Semi-Weekly Interior Journa AT FAIRY TALES OF CHILDHOOD. flow dear to my heart aro the scenes of my With fairies and slants and wonderment fraught; d How often I vreit for tho Uabcs in tho 'Wild-woo- childhood, Published Every Tuesday and Friday $13 sn PICK YKAKIX ADVANCK SS.60 will be charped.-- not opaid ! Covered over with leaves which tho little birds brought. K. C, LOCAL TIME CARD. Train itives Rowland at 5 7:00 a. m., returning "l&n. local time . card. ......It Andsweot Cinderella, whoscistern would rcblp hor sont her to tho ball! Till tho fairy What Joy whenubo Httod tho llttlo gla slipper Ami married the good, handsome prince after r alL Kail traic going North... ' " South Express tram ... 51 South .. North 3 as, am ,9364 m Freight North Laoal 207pm South.. ' Tho latter trains alio carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar lina is about so minutes faster. " ujpm pm 11 37 pm My hair, Ttattri it would stand right up straight from found blood on tho ,cy QUEEN & CRESCENT Hlue-Grass ROUTE. Had useil to ixwk Into that chamber so horrid Hut wasn't 1 glad when thoy took Uluo-beara'aHra Dear llttlo Hcd IJIdlng Hood! Who could bo sweoter which liN wife , I sped: Going North trains pass Junction City as fo- How cr frightened 1 felt lest the big wolf would Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Ves- llows: cat her Morula tlbuin Limited 4 p. m. Local i.iop. in When showing his teeth whllo sho lay on tho Limited amVestibule u 18 p. m. Florida Sooth-- N O. bod. Limited uitea m. Local 1155 p. m. I And Vestibule arrives S.40 p. m. What a smart llttlo fellow Ho wos to strew pebbles to find hU way home; E"all3 Branch Jellico Coal Co., I guessed his bad undo felt awfully inollow When Hop and his brothers would buck again Miners anl shippers of the GP.NUINK come. Hlue-Gra'- S Whenshothro'thowooostohorgrandmoth- - Original Jellico Coal. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST Rowland. Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford Jand Office corner ol Depot street and Hold Jack and Ueanstalkf The giant said: And hold in my breath till I shivered when-ove- r IGG1NS A WATTS. v- - sever The stalk so tho giant tell down with n thud I smell blood," Jack's hatchet could z oc Office over McRoberts Drug store in the nes Owsler Buildlne. Stanford And Jack, Giant Killer, so brave and defiant) He wasn't afraid of old ogres a bit; Ho shook his wee list at that giant Who, running to catch him, fell Into Jack's d pit Puss THE London, pr:p r7 I RILEY V. B. HOUSE story In Hoots! How I listened In nwo to that RILEY.jProprlotor, - - - Kentucky. d. have moved to my new Hotel tand am bettsr ed than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. FRANK RILEY. Til Florenos Hotel, JELLILO TENNESSEE, Mrs. J. Br Montgomery, a sample Prop. too, And Aladdin, glory Until tho nlco prlnco came to open her eyes. And tiny Tom Thumb, on his mouse-hors- e a rider, With his Hull sword needlo! O, wasn't ho cute; How bravoly ho vanquished that terrible spider A hero ho was of most cob'.c repute. Ueauty and th' beast also gavo mo a pleasure. And Slntud, tho Sailor, and l'orty Thieves, whoso wonderful lamp And wondered If cats long ago wcro so wise; And dear Sleeping Iloauty who slept In her The best hotel In the city and the only one with Especu attention room for drummers to the traveling public. Rates Jj. J3-6- m And tho Wooden Horse flying aloft In tho blue. treasure. tjs a Enchantment witches, Hobgoblins elves. and fairies and magic and THE OLD and dwarfs, genii, plants and JACKSOIT HOUSE, SAM 11. WAR.NACK, Pror. Kings, princesses, princes and queens and t.ucta riches Those story books mustn't bo clood on tho shelves. IX. T.fA. llrnilloy will noil you a Cooley erennuT nnd buy your wool. Get sneltB Notice Is herebr given that we, the undersigned "Don't bo alarmed. Grade," he Bald. utFnrrist& Hardin's store, Stanford, contestants, this day filed In thl clctL.'a ofou can now understand what ho A candidate for Representative In Congirsi, tub fice of the Lluroln County Crurtn written rrt tn meant when he said ho was going to a John ytoddiill, Danville, and Gaines it Eighth tho action ol the Democratic patty of the selling forth the grounds of a contest f the Congressional Iuttrktol Kentucky. election m Inch uas hrlit In the llu.tnnville .Magisbig house. 1 am going to take him (JuiiHH, LaticaetiT. terial District nn the 4lh day of Match, 1(91, to there. 1 nm a United States marshal Wle the sense ol the legal voters of said district A tired woman, jmt hm iiitirh a8 a elck upon the ttietiiii nl prohibiting the tnle if and lie Is a criminal. Ttuit is all, so Miiutis anil malt liuunri therein and trilling one, needs Dr. l'L'rce'a Fu cheer up, my girl.' Wilms, our haiuls this Am II i 4. Tlist builds tip, K..ntthq vorito Prescription. Came to L II Adams, Tho other man gavo a grunt and a 6trengthenp, and invigorates tho entire Mail, sow, my house afcout im is of January a J; W. Held, (Hitimls, and Tour T KrighinK li. LOail. 6iiorL her ly provttu iovity, tieore.ririiif r, pigs (online Hystem. regulates nnd pro- payine Owner can 4M and expense f In (dug. A Vu Wer, VanAraiUte, C It for this nutue K M Wie. "Well, 1 nm Mowed," he said. I. V I'o ill, womanS.A.M TlttlrtltRIlHJK motes nil tho pioper functions of M. Vimell, (Jeo W KirTsr. Sr., "What has ho done?" she ashed, eye- hood, improved iligttion, enriches the lj.itu l.iilwnk, Ky. And ti'hers, t ouirstatits. ing him with terror. Hches mid p.unn, inelan blood, "Oh, not very much. Ho Is a goner- - chnlv and uorvonsncHH. briniw refresh you aim:..., . nlly bad man. Ho would as soon bur- - ing deep, iiml restores health and IG-tij' fTlnrlzo a, sandbag a rerson; ho would Ptrenctli. RS soon l"0,t your pocket as run a fnro Una powettnl leetorativo tonus ami oVHver mimifnrtiiied Ice I am ust Hack (rem the bank; he would just ns soon enter n eoothini! nervine, inadu eHpeetiriiy for (remam now elie with a Urge and the Stanford Ki tol y to ustomers rtigsilailr well stiKkuf whim front door nnd help himself ns he woman's needs and tho only guaranteed eitty iixHiilnn at the rte il rill) over, d Mil ult. tedthan ever.MILLlN'KKY, Jaih , a will ta.M .Miss Laura suPfcK would to climb n porch. Ho is simply remedy for woman's wenknePueH hihI at 73c IILNKI. ril'OL'M) lOl.sand perior tiimsnev Irom Cincinnati, kM eit(at(eil with small la we and I call gustmtec sitlifncllau in every In nil "femlecomplHinlH"Htid U UltKMKIt, Sta'ford. a good crook, and 1 nm talc- - ailment. Call aail see my Koodi. irregularities, if it over fails to benefit or 10 ing hhn to jail." :.IISSLICCIh IIKAI.KY. cure, you have your moiwy b:tok. Vhow! whewl" whistled the other Stanford. Ky. DR. W. B. man, regarding tho young fellow with A great many medicines "relieve" Caamazement. Ladies, Your Attention, Please. tarrh in tho Hemi That means that it'f "Hut don't bo alarmed, my dear. Ho driven from the head into tlm throat ntiii Office Stth b'ide Mam St.. In itr.ee recently Ho knows that lungs. Hut by its mild, eoothirg, cleans won't be ugly My Stock vacated v !r. Lee V. Mutfmau, SUflfurd, Ky. Mllllnory CaI've got him and he'll keen quiet. Just ing and healing properties, I)r li bel g raMillr opene.l and it embrncet hand me that newspaper, will you? tarrh lieinedv perfectly and permanent have pretty Carriage Painting and Trimming lulu Mitt, of and sljrdsh. to I trim lurengagedb.. eMut It Is ns well that people should" not ly cures. me. t iiuimiali. it a lady u( much tspenence and tatic and Is tuie In know what bad company I'm In." give wtlifactisn. An examination nl pnxls is "Well, I've a good notion to punch " A Quartor Contury Tost. t am ne)w prepare! tt da all Vtn.lt of ('imae 10 MKS POKtK T Klx For a nuartrr ot crnturv Dr Klnir'i Now Dli- - Painting. Primming and Kepainn,;. tint me a began the other man. the million who hue call. Over Daugh l)' shp on Main stievt. tcted "How long is he sent up for?" nsked C0ery lias hren from ittand teitity to Itt wonderme receded Uiufit JOHN II DeNAKDI, I all dKae of the 'I limit, ful curative powers the yonng lady. Siai.forJ Ky. Hood A remedy that h Chent "Only live years but ho deserves ten, test to and Luntf.that h Riven o univertal the Mm lent; and and I wish they had given it to him." Each bottle t pontlve-lIs no experiment Tsiuikiort above Alwa)t ou hand AS ASSIGNEE OF guaranteed tovjivc reliefer the money III he "Is It possible?" relumlvd. It u admitted to be th mint rihablo. 1SS3 ho robbed a bouso of for Coughs and Colds "Yes. In The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? Trial tmttls fnx? at A. 11. e six hundred and dollars; in IYiiuj'i druc store. I. arsenic joe and Si. Can he bail in the market Pnres lower than Ihe lSSS bo escaped from jail; in lSO ho loweii Mnsirnlng gmss specially. Call and I clfer for sale privately Ms It May Do na Much for You. .(amine before I uriHw ba ndbngged a man nnd took his watch; MrtllV DAVIS two years nfter ho was ruunlng a Mr Fred Milorol Irving, III. writes that he WHOLE STOCK cf GROCERIES, Mrs. Kate Duddrrar, Manager DUDDP.KAIt. Stanford, Ky lor masty years, crooked gambling house, and now he had a So ere Kidney trouble nnd also that his his back IILOCK COMMEkClAL itheefe paint in He tried man) s called Ac ,oti rtsmali!e turn and liwmi. The stock has Is sent up for forgery. Ho Is capable bladder wt affected good hut without of nil the small vices, and a good many aKUneX circs began iiseolan Klecttlcresult Alwul breii eleaicd of all damaged jjm.i, Hitters anl )ir airo he D. S. UARPJiNTEK, of tho big ones." found relief at once Klectlc Hitters is iispecully Is in First Class Condition Ky this time tho train had nrrlved at adapteil to cureut all Kidney and Liver tr utiles At the vt II. known old stand ol J. II. Green, in relief in mett Jesirable and IWtawi In one of the station whoro tho young girl was and olten gites almost instantPuce oly One trial the city Iheageti.y ihe th daily papersstands be will will prme our statement 50c. lot el - - Kontucky a i.HiKe Hustonvlllo, Urge bottles At A. K Penny's Drug Stole. to leave the train. tiansferred to puremtsesr of stock ami J II 1'AXTON. "Well good-bGeorge," bhe said, risAssigtire 11 Has j' si riteised an eiecllent ddittnn to hit It will be an agreeable si.rpne to pirsoos u ing. tto k of I ritniture ami rnrdially insuct yu to , t, jert to attacks ot bilious colic lu learn that prompt "Good-by- . re,ief may be had hy taking Chambtrlain's Coin and esammr it. lie is rl.o avot for the Other Grncle." III matylnslan. Chilled and Silver Mrcl I'lo.sat el at npirs Choleraand Diarrhoea Ittmedy "I'm so glad to have seen you." Nn plows st ami higher In the rutins lor same cet the attaik may be nreiented 1y taking this "And I, also. You are b6comlng remedy as lain asthe first SMrntoms of the dis lion of the pHhlK than Ihese Ids slock ot l.rnt .1 ease amar Idles Is larger than ever, lis also a.lted j.' and so cint b. itles for rJe by tr such a sweet, pretty glrL" .. P W GHEKN. Proprmor S ( .!.' Meeker, Druggist, Maniuni allaecl HugKis-t- Suneis nnd Stoves. "You don't think so?" D S CAKPKMiKk : : : Kentucky. "Indeed I do." "I'm so glad that you have dono well 3Srow in the city, nnd 1 will toll all your old Hotel and am still running this my gisenls the )) st attenir lends." will cimllnue gie We basea(nd on Iepo Street a Aril class "Yes, da" tion as well as the best the market alfurds. llutiher Shji where w will Ve.p at all n acs the "He careful of that man with 3011. best meals that Ihe 1. intr, all rUs, V will han Dlrs. Special Attention to the Travel- die nothing t,t Ike hest and lll Aren't you afraid of him?" ing Public. KIN' i establishment M INTl'AM "Oh, no." Will onen a n the pink cottage 011 Lower Main street, Man. SIJI.I. ONLY, "Well, good-by.- " turnout tome to iny ford, nd be ready to leceiseurders April r. They When you want a fir.t-I manner. Tho young man recovered his suavo I j iiou, as. ii. Mccreary We aro authotiied to announco j NOTICE. he stun-mi- nt ESTKAY splill-nou- s, 1 tlir-pel- , 1 rly ICE. Kospootfully lavitod. . 1 I t- chir I all-roun- d PENNY Dentist. to-da- y. of every-tnlH- g i tll 111 nIXJXJI3STE12S"3lr Pst-OrNs- y fifty-thre- A. A. WARREN, -- y, c . The Myors House, 1 n , Stanford, l- Mrs. Corsy Saundorc Harris Hamilton fithtnaM A Moat Sh.op. - . .' "Good-by.- " Ho extended his London, - - KENTUCKY. pre- ra C. Dodge, in Goodall's Sun. pared to attend the wants of the very reasonable. Refitted and re!urmshei and in ever 7 way pub! lie. Rat es A SMART CRIMINAL. Why Ho Secured nn Easy Job in tho Warden's Offlco. E E ?' :. f I "Yes." At Kingsvlllo, Kontucky. As Eaerutor of W M Mlgslns. deed, l will "Good-by.- " sell at public auction on the premises on Tho train stopped for a few moments "Good-by.- " at a small town anctnyounggirlgotin. As anignte May 31, 1894, turther uotue.rf litass Jotasin, I til. until "Don't forget to tell all tho folks I sell She was tall, slender and pretty, a true BeroRt-Crffram doing welL" parni of The village lass, dressed in a neat gown, Or. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment "I won't," AT COST boro is sold under positive vrt Men guarantee, by author- but ono which, nevertheless, "Am prosperous nnd ull that" Acres of Land, of homo manufacture. The he flock of nsenhandlie at Klngssiile which "No."" About 75 Acres In cultivation now, the remainder Glass A J ah son assigned to inr for the of coach was rather crowded and sho "Good-by.- " Nervoasnes; in grass, situated mil's from Crab (liihard.SS thrlr crrtl Ion I he siH.k lonilsls of Dry l.oods, ml Drains; I.os of Powi-A good Horse, Harness and a single Surrey, as lla,4s, Shoea, Malt, Caps. Notlixit, (nrerirs, Ac 01 the Generative on. '"""cu wns way anu inai i or a seat. from iiisnlonl aud mile from Ctilar n, in rnihtr ex.u.edi. miles "Good-by.- " gonil as new. for sale for tho low price of S110, Matloti, on the L. N railroad. Two story llame 1 his Is a fin chance fur bargains Voutatut Krrors, r fcicevie UmjoI '1 hen her bright glance rested upon Any perron Call at ooacco. upturn or jjo. ir wmcii eoon ieau to She was off, and now the train was Shellon Joey Rout's Ioim It, or on Jude T. I.. house, lour rroms alsodiutng room and kitchen, dstiring 10 bur th stuck as a wtioiu win itu well it ?u want to buy Miser, Consumption, Ji. .ailiy end Detth. JSy mail, two men seated in therearof the coach, bowling on again. ,Vc , gaod citletn, smukp house, an Ice 10 rail on m for L. A PARIS'. II a box; Gforfs: with vi u trunrantea to cure or and she gave an exclamation as she persons indebted tn the firm must rome up muse, ilouMe sat III in yard, large barn, two corn Lesingtun, Ky refund money. WEul 'jtOI UU Si HUP. A certain Tho other man took a key from his KDWAKIJ ALCOKN, ertbs, two buggy houses and a Ithnksmith Shop, and settle with mc thojpi. t '.l.n, L'rouculti?, Croup, came toward cure for Cough. Culd In two tracts 1 ruitee 1'uols.Ac 'Ihe farm will beoflered Whooping Couch, Sore 'ih'ou. Pleasant totate. "Why, George Coomer," she said, as pocket and unlocked the hnndcuiTs. and as a whole. Land notes will bear interest Hmall flzo dlcoatlime.l; ji J. &i sire, now2oc.: o' In 6 OUAJlal.Ti-'vby she stopped near the younger of the Then ho fastened tho end that had been JAMES VHAGEK. THOMAS YKAOKR iretn Jan. 1, 195, sis per cent. lltlze.nowWc. Uauedotlr In is months and months; out thrd attached to him to tho iron work of tho two men and extended her hand corNATIONAL BANK Good school In $ mile of house. 18 months A. R. PENNY, scat. Ky. dially. YEAGEK & a AMernev cows with cales. OP SIANFOKD. KY. a cows and calves. "Now, Confidence Jim, If you inert Ho was a young fellow, 3 cows without calves ,.IK VOU ARE GOING., dressed with great taste, and was evi- any more of your lady friends, just in- uvEa?, steer. I Capital Stock mate cow. dently a friend of nuid lang bync with troduce this seat to them." or j calves With that tho other man walked into Surplus the young girl, lly his side was seated j sows and pigs. Special Kates to Commercial Men. . THE 13 shoats. an older man with coarse features, a a smoker and lighted a cigar, but he Attention of th public 1, invited ft thn lac t male hog. STANFORD, fc.Y. hard expression resting upon his face. kept his eyes upon the man who was a work horses. good buggy mare that a lady can that this is the otily National Hank in Stanford Hut when tho Under the provisions of the National Hank Act Ho wore a slouch hat Ho was power- fastened to tho seat drive. marc ill by th call. Nothing give us fully built nnd would evidently bo a warden of tho jail heard of the story If you need Iicry win icavoa our aiauic. ore but j young ef sheep teal by llacklt's saddle horse depositors are secured not oulv liability capital lack, but bv the stockholders head u lur an ho gavo tlio hiuooth for rMe,. lurnouis tS iambs. hard man to handle where physical ne laughed. amount rnual to the slock, so that depoiitors of jn our IloiseheJd and kitchen furniture, farming this Institution are secured ly a fund of $400,000. prisoner work In his own ofllee. De force was called for. such as shovel and turning plows, hay I'ive sworn statements of tkecondilion of the bank HARNESS SHOP two horse wagon, are maJe each year 10 the United States governrake, mowing- machine, "Why, little Grace Shaw." exclaimed troit Free Press. LouiaviiLC 4 Nashville R. R. spring wagon, corn shclltr, eo n ment and its atscts are canrntned at stated times You will find a KiJ assortment of llauirt, llrt-- , rockaway, the young man. Hut he did noi rise, I plow gear, by government agents, thus secuiiiig addituoaa Mavo) ur repairing dono by cm her, wheat fan. straw cutler, ales, Jdle. I'lillnsoriliy from I'osiry Hot turn. ... u .a. nor did he extend his hand, lie reached etc. Alw a lot ol bacon, lard, vinegar, turn, hay, and petfett safety to depositors. imr titan nc ,.H.I. .l a ii ila til tm.l nlkkfl uuiuri " v 1 r man tlftt lcln tell whetlior he fi methauic in unuwiiistiiu This institution, originally established ss th straw, etc. our Ii the hoe for you, as its over with his left hand and turned over Deposit Hank of Stanlord in 1158, then AK a track of knob land ot n acres, wrsll tired cr jes' lazy has judicial qualified a seat. Ottenheim nUe near Cos s Ojp. sold tied as the National Hank if Stanford in iKj and BLACKSMITH SHOP. 50oublc separate again re nrganueilas ihe Plrst National Hank nl "Won't you sit down here?" ho j' tlons ilut tits him ntichorry ur de Will All sums under $10 cash. All overdue Janu btanlnrd in ibft, has had practically an uninterguarantiii first 'last work and satisfactory Make dote connections at s'pretne bencli. asked. In rse sIimt. with mlcre-- t from day of saie and rupted eiutii'co of it years It Is better supplied nry 1. iSjt, tv When or man go's roun' nskin' foh pruei LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI "With pleasure. It is so long since I now with tncilitlc for traiuai.tingbuMness prompt Agents fur Deermg Mat hint's, the lightest draft secured by personal security. V il IIIGUtN, Es ly and liberally than ever before in its long and advice dechancos ia 'bout seventeen tor machine on earth have seen you. George." For all points. honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduTHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. "Yes, about ten years." Then allud- three dat he's jes' tryln' ter put oil it- ciaries, firms and Individuals repctfully solic HAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH ted. ing to Ids companion, he said: "This tin' down ter business. Th Directory ol this Hank is composed or For any information e.iouire of De school dat you lnrns in is this is ray friend, Mr. Charles JOES. ItlCE. Agent, Porestus Kind, Lincoln csunly; heap ob illU'rcnee. No fjood Stanford, Ky Grove." Or S. T. Harris. I.toroln; W. A. MctJUOWN, Trav Pass, Agent, The young woman Iwwed stiffly, but teachln er toy his rifmetic f'uni G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Junction City, Ky sho made up her mind that she would ley slip. J.W, ilayden, Stanford; Er biff glass dl'mun' shirt stud ain't in Dealer rt. Castieman. A. G. Lanhatu not like tho companion of Iter old friend. S.ll. Itaugliman, Lincoln; There was something forbidding about got no luuffiiifyln' powers. Hits elTect J. S. Ilocker Stanfurd; WlMnRVA amter.naUode man dat htan't, behlnV Tl !R WITIIPP him to her. W. A. Trllible, Stanford; i "What havo you been doing, George, it 1001c migmy lalL M I). P.liinire, Suinfurd; Some men fin's hit mighty hahd ter Bince you left town?" T. P. Hill.Stanford. MATTRIiSSE?, &c. "Oli, a little of everything and a good thinlc sense nn' tallc politics simultu- K. L. laiiMor, McKinneyf ously. deal of nothing." .M.J. Miller. Ml. Vernon J.s Uocktr, Pretidcni; Don't irlb too much 'tontion ter fancj' " It was unkind not to have let any Just received a new line of John J. McRolerta, Cashier; Kr man giLs erhead ot your old friends hear from you all compllshments. A. A. McKmnov, Assistant Cashier. much faster by plain wnllt inj,'' dun ho Picture Mouldings, Pictures, Rattan Rockers, Bed Lounges, Spring this time." Edge Couches, Trees, Large French Plate Mirrors, so "Well, rather so kin by turnln' somersets. Ynsliir.t,'ton BARBEE&CASTLEMAjN occupied u man iswithbusy, orwhat little Star. in town doing Ladies' Desks, Etc. Co he has to do, that he " MANAGERS, UllUc'CesMirs . Call and see tne before buying. I will ave you money. "Forgets old friends," she added, reop stanpord,:ky., Aluu,-aThe uncivilised tribe on tho D nmieroo Building, Louisville proachfully. Islund of Veo, are not ut all fond of lanowlully orgaiilicd and ready for brsmcis with W. W. WITHERS. "Well, not exactly. Hut tell me about bathing. Indeed, they share the ChiAgeati throughout the South. yourself." Paid up Capitaljof - - $200,000. nese idea that it is only dirty people "Thero is nothing to telL I nm who need continual washing. They do Surplus, . L000. tr . .1. TPIBBLE, Local Agent, teaching school. Hut you, wo have al- not regard themselves ns dirty, nnd SUCCESSOIt to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL ways wondered, all of us, how 3ou therefore dispense with tho uncleanly STANFORD, KY HANK OK STANFORD, were getting on. Some of us said that hablL Now clssing upl with Ihe same aiseta and undti you were always so smart that you "You white people must be very Nature should be inn same management. Hy provisions of its chatter, depontora are would do very well in New York. Havo dirty," said an Ainu to u traveler ao T73 at assisted to throw you done well?" fully protected as am depositors in National the latter was preparing to take a Hanks, its shareholder being held Individually :') offlnipurltlcsoftho Tho young man laughed. lunle to the ealent of the amount of their itocfc plunge into a limpid river, "as you tell therun at the par value thereof, id addition to th "Ask my friend here," he said. blood. Nothing: me you bathe In the river every day." amount invested in auch shares. It may act at CURES "Ho has done very well," said the "And what about yourself?" was tho eaecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully a, does It so well, so anandividual, "Very well, Indeed. Ho ALIRIIL promptly, or so grulE man. retire from business for a question in turn. 'lo those who entrusted their buisincss 10 is going to "Oh," replied he, with an air of conwnne innagitifr the Lincoln National Hank ui 01 safely as Swift's few weeks just now and rest up a bit." POISON OtanlOril. W we here tenilernur tnnnw itianlr. .n,l tempt, "I am very clean, and havo trust they will continue to transact their busmoai Specific. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? "How lovelj'I Have you made your never needed washing!" Youth's Comwith us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenfortune then, George?" tion to aame, our twenty yeara' eipcrionce ia panion. that th. Quen and Croicnt Itsnts Is it mltti ihr!et HAD NO CHARMS. banking andas liberal accommodation, as are conLIFE , i.l ).; Aiii,,!., i uuibs iburtast Cintltuu.il l. "Well, 1 am on the road." 1 1 silient with sound banking. i.clm.a'! t ir Orloonn ' l'(alsWtMt 1,'inl it l Tlic Yoiiiik Iilrn. "lie is going to live In one of the bigFor three years I was troubled with malaOlDeiu.iatl ti I battau'ioa, AtUau, ur J ukavos ill., 1'lurl Jj. Tho small boy appeared at the counDIHKCTOKi: rial poison, which caused my appetite to fail, gest houses in tho state," eald tho grull J.J. Williams, Ml. Veruon; SOLID VESTIBULED TRAIINS try school nnd the teacher, as n prer nd I was greatly reduced In flesh, and life man. S. 11, Shinies, Stanford; liminary, had a talk with him. l.tweenall.rtlianWira paints. Thritneh Cars l Vlekran4Rtirv-.irt- . lost all its charms. I tried mercurial and "How fine!" Onlv Ju. rmiulii J. S. Owsley, Stanford; Khuaul!. ssvt I'jwnfji n ( lacianati remedies, but to no effect. I could "Well, my little man," ho said, pleas"Smart boy is George," chuckled tho .V.IhtIII.. N. (.'. IMrii-- hue - T.iMaad il.swo sia N. 1 ilrhnni or S J, Eiubry, Stanford; I'n.ia Ask aaents aWut tl Hirivi.r'. Iwrvnclurii,ilf-rt- t turs t rallfiiinla. niado at I.mosiille, no relief. I then decided to try antly, "do you know why you came to other man. bhtlbjrrlll. aiul l.alnita uastiu Is J. li. Owsley, Stanford; A ff 7 bottles of this wonderful MHB3 v ilh s tllull trlLS lu M 4&ts bvutli. Suddenly there was a jolt as tho train echool?" J. P.; Cash, Stanford; vr. c. nt.vKAKso.v, iitiH-inmaae a complete anu permanent stopped, and a newspaper which had "Yes, hlr." William Gooch, Stanford; Oca'l Pass'r At,ut, CiacuuisU, 0. than ever. cere, and I now enjoy better health "Tell mo why?" been enrulu.ssly spread over tho knees A. W. Carpenter, Mllleiigeville, Ky J. A. Rice, Ottawa, Kan. "Cause mother said I was in her QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. W. ll.Cuiniuint, I'reaehcrsville of the two men fell to tho floor. Tho S. H. Shanks, President, Blood and Skin Diseases young girl gavo an cxolaraution of ter- way all the tlmo at home, nnd sho O" r book on Dr.y. . Ows!ey,Cashier, ror, for there sat the men handcuffed didn't want tho bother of me," nnd tho J nuilod frnn. W.M. Itilght, Teller. teacher subsided. Detroit Free Press. Swift Specific Co., Atluuta, Ga. J together. NEW duty" 'Shake!" he said. She put her pretty hand In his and ho gave It a pressure that made her blush. "Sorry I enn't shake with tho other hand," he said, "but duty, you know, left hand. guarantee satisfaction use tne latest and molt trial Is sol cited patterns ami LIVERY STARLK. it the Mjcii llouie .. .. Priors to suit the hsrd Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Pull stock of Trull and Ornamertal Treos, Grape everVines, Asparagus, Small Prints, ything usually found in a nursery establishment We tell direct 10 the pltnler ami have no stents. Catalcirucs on application It P. HlLLKNMKYKIl. Lexington, Ky. 5 UUsc tmit Call or lease o.drr Our customers will ShI wt solicit the r alto tuy good imMn in fed cauls and hos ANDLKbON CAItK A CO , jw Nanfnrd, Ky. As we can n it keep htoka. be tenr.l in the Iwst FR C,S1I .lle SALE OP ASMGNPI.SSALLOP ihrub.id Land, Stock, Crop, &c. A Stock of Merchandise LIFE Thursday, 234 - evl-den- Nice Turnout For Sale. FOR CASH! 1 11 Lnh-Irud- r 4 . . Jfc -- term-A- ll m .1 ft Onc-thir- il 111 one-lhlr- d Stanford, YEAGER, FIRST good-lookin- g 3STOHTH "SarEST, m m mum mm, 1 8200,000 21,300 I in,. 1 nrtt-cias- s 1 - I I 1 1 1 1 A--t 1 1 . t V s a w m -- Daily Trains I 1 r S' W. W.'WITHKllS -- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. MflfliniMRQ uiiiiii urn., muva.uMiiut '" QHAilFS v""l",vl Insurance Company j j Hll Farmers Rgnk&Trnst n ." BRI F 17 109 -'. -- 23 90 Ttrv-se- i .11 in-- IUf-- ( . .'1 t- - t t e j ! ijiniwnl..MHJ)u