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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894050101 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. V' fT 'T I' Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXII. Christian College Notes. I ex-coll10-lt- Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MAY i. 1894. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARO COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. NO. 18 Surveyor Will Wallace is making a Willie Brown whh rejoicing over his adv. i. baby boy Friday nnd declares that new map and survey of the town. .Mr. Horstinan, of Lexington, nu Tho regular term of the police court plnuo tuner, came over lust week it In n democrat, while its gnuidpn, Held will begin Monday and a largo number and overhauled all of the instruments in I'armnn, Buys it is not. Lust Friday the Pittsburgh nine of civil suits aro on tho docket. the college, and left them in Ilrst clsss The bicycle craze has struck tho condition. Ho nlso tuned a number of . tackled u London nine and an usual were The whitewashing that was town. There are now 20 machines here thu neighborhood. defeated. plnuos in Mrs. M. Q. Thomson spent from Fri done on each side was or wasn't a credit and several more have been ordered, The entertainment given at the courtday until Monday with relatives in Hnr I to either or neither. rodsburg. MiBaes Dollio Whipp, AmanTown Marshal Henry P. Hrown ar house Friday evening by Miss Ethel da Stone, and Dollio Cow den were at rested A. Y. Stringer, Friday, who was Street, (earlier of elocution, and the home In Liberty from Friday till Mon- terrorizing a portion of the town with a young ladies of Klrksville college was day. Miss Kate Moore, of Garrard Co , loaded Winchester. Five dollars and enjoyed hy a largo audience. Scott Hey wood, whote company apcost wnH the verdict of Judge Cauifax. apent a few dayH at homo liiHt week. Patrons ol Christian College wlllj 0 Aing to the decrease in business, peared iiere a short time since, said that bear in mind that no deduction will be ' arrangements will be made in a few days the HoycoSwiss bll ringers was tho best made for pupils quitting school before hy which the local freight train will go troup of entertainers on the road this season. The Koyce company has been tho term closes, unless on account of south one day and back the next, protracted through three weeks stead of one train north and one south engaged by the Lancaster band to nppear Thursday night. He-se- n at tho rourt-hous- o or more. All accounts will bo reckoned daily, as now. ed seats are on sale nit Stormes' drug until close of Saturday eveuirg a little sou of W. from timo the pupil enters H. May, who lives a few miles east of store and are going like hot cakes. term It lias been intimated by the L.& N. The teachers for Christian College London, nut his brother's arm accident- have all been employed for the next ' ally but seriously, the tendons of the 11. It. people that they will abolish the school year; and, in accordance with our arm being severed. Dr. Caldwell nt- - Western Union telegraph oll'ica at this policv, as few changes have been made tended the little fellow and reports him place tho ilrst of thu month "in order to reduce expenses." To abolish tho oliico ai possible. Tho faculty will remain the doing well. a proposition by prominent men has would be a pretty shabby transaction as as tho present year with tho ex- B.uno ceptlon of ouo change. In securing the hetiu laid before tho town board, in a large sum was made up by citizens and faculty, wu have not acted on letters of j which they any they will erect a street given the company to put it here. recommendation, but have acted on our j car line in the city of London if they Should the report prove true, the citizens own personal knowledge of the merits are given the right of way for 12 years. will try and get an oliico "up town." Marshal Arnol 1 lifted up Battle How and etllclency of each member Tho fae- - They shall certainly bo granted the op- ulty is Just what wo desire, thoroughly port unity. Wont little townB like Stan- - by tho tail Saturday. The following parties, all negroes, were brought beiore Poqualified, with long experience iu teach- - ford look on us with envy7 Ing. Fridav night Matt Watkins, a prom- - lice Judge Hemphill charged with selling --Tho botany and geology classes made j Bnd whisky: Kllen Evans, two cases; Laura mmhanl ot 011r l0 an excurs on to the knobs and to Gor- Eversole, daughter of Hon. Hrown, two cases; Tom Hickman, five a ernoon, J don's Lick on , Jellico and casts; Charley Anderson, one case. Kach ' chaperoned by Miss Mary Thomson fined ?.jO in each case. Anderson LeavMany flowers and some interesting spec-- 1 ,' , 'about aweet sixteen, and if the old folkB ed two canes and Joe Claybourn one case Imens were collected. Gordon s Lick la knonlt, the happy couple wouldn't were lined $25 each. None were ablo to one of the many monuments In the sec- , j There is a family in town that has 21 dogs. As tbe prospects of a fair at Stanford I MEET WITH SUCCESS. WHY? aro not flattering, what's the matter with Huston ville'e trying it again? Because my friends trade with me, for which I appreciate and thank D. S. Carpenter lias received a beauthem very much. I don't know a better way to get your trade than tiful lino of Hiirroys and buggies which to get ho will keep in stock from now on. Mrs. Prissie Dryoand daughter, Miss O-OOILizzie, are both down with severe colds. Mrs. America Bailey continues quite For you to select from. sick. Mr. II. G. Cook, of Jellico, is working at the jeweler's trade hero during the miner's utriko at his home, Jellico. A nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Straw Hats, Caps, Fans, Ice His wife is spending the time with her Cream Freezers. My prices are tempting. Come this week if you mother, Mrs. Green. want shoes an other goods cheap for cash. THE BEST I DS I HAVE JUST RECEIVED J. C. Ult I . O. I JUI1IMIIUJ ttlllllllUCO m owv. ., l.t. .kati1i.nn rw Tnni.tlli. A Vunnn Tt is not yet known whether ho will use the building for n sanitarium or as a home to take a pretty bride to. Willie walking around her farm the other day tho winJ blew a gate agaitiBt Mrs. Jano Cloyd'a right arm breaking it just above tho wrist. MrB. Cloyd is quite old and tbe accident will likely cause her FLORENCE. i much ttouble. Owing to the dull times and the scant amount of telegraphing done here, tho Western Union has abandoned its office, much to the regret of the citizens in general. The town might do well to offer some inducements for its continWe can furnish any grade Bicycle at a price that will uance. -The farmers of this section are about C3-OOthrough planting corn. Tho acreage this year is nearly double that of last. By Examine our prices before making order elsewhere. See our Stock. the way old corn is already scarco and but few sales aro reported. Two dollars cents in tbe crib is tho and twenty-fiv- e prevailing price. pay or replevy the fines and they will flo Lud Evans and Jim Goodo returned UOU 01 ueoiogicai piiunumunn, nu.w ...Sa.,Ha nn,nnv n, Hn,1 have to work it out on tho rock pile. from a day's fish in Green river, near teresting theories ure augmented, as to its Hernstadt Saturday, Hud Streuge sliot Middlebun; with a big string. One of origin. Mountains, hills, valleys, rivers, Win, Patterson, who may be possibly "churcVaffars". the largest ihh caught was an eight- J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Ac, aro all pictures In nature's school- bo fatally wounded. Tho ball struck Tho revival hdd at the Lebanon pound channel cat. Jim Allen hearing room, and they can not bo gazed upon Patterson over tho right eyebrdw and 23d, 1894. Baptist church by Bey. J O Bust closed ttiis left at once for the spot aud when too often or too intently by the young, came out near the temple. In this caso last heard from was fishing iu the ex with 50 professions of religion. aa the mind Is being unfolded. Full corpt of Contervatory and Normit School teacher, superior courses ia Literature, Music aae it is well known what and "who struck E.d. J. G Livingston will preach ht act place from which the big fellow was An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogue and circular! Turnlthed on application. The principal is in dally receipt of Billy Patterson." No arrest. IV eheraville next Sunday at 11a m. pulled. letters from teachers, desiring positions; Saturday about 2 o'clock Eb Moran, ana nt night, and requests a full attendMiss Hopper, of Perryville, is visithis has gotten to bo almost a crusade. son and deputy under Shcriir James W. ting her sister, Mrs. Rev. V. W. Bruce. ance of the membership. Through courtesy, if not as a matter of Moran, arretted a negro named John Bro Peck, of the Falmouth Demo- Miss Emma Hunn, of Columbia, is visibusiness, each of these letters must ho Ely at the depot on the charge of bur- crat, seems to htv united religion dur- ting her mauy Iriends here. Her gentlei ...,i i. u liuui-il- i in tliA . , glary. He was assisted by Deputy Slier- - ing the recent union meeting iu his man friend, Mr. Cotl'ey, of tfio same t me of one,',who la a ready over burden-- ITS. W. FORarnack, and they took from town. He uu-- devotes a columu or town accompanied her. J. B. Cook, of ed with work. Wo presume that I gold ring ol Stan LuwreuceburK, and Tildeu Cook, him a pistol an that he had more to church matters. , of these ettera come through, or by the At the recent Mnniversary of the ford, spent Sunday with the home folks. we stolon from the house of George Bende), advice of teachers' agencies. While two miles south of London. On the way Pearson Miller, of Stanford, come with aroin fullaympathy with tho teachers, to jail tho negro attempted to get away Presbyterian Church Extension Society the latter and also spent the Sunday. it was reported that since the society and, while we do not condemn agenclea and ran three Bquaree, when Moran fired began its work in 1SG4 it has helped to M. O. Tanner, of McKinnoy, has gone to of this kind, wo do (eel that tbe system New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. at him, tho ball striking him in tho back, build V.300 Churches, worth upou an Dentson, Texas, to live. Lud Evans, the might bo ao improved aa to let tho posiparalyzing him and from tho effects of average $2,000, thus creating church drummer, spent Sunday here. tion seek tho teacher at least this far, Hustonville has been unusually gay which tho negro will die. He was taken property worth $18,000,000. that the vacancy shall have been made to thu e and searched and on congregational meeting at tho during the past week. On Wednesday The The best inside wall finish; cold water process. public. person was found a razor, a large Presbyterian church Sunday voted unan- night, Mra. Frances Oabbell entertained principalis being urged by a his The barlow ond a gold watch that belonged imously to call Rev. S. M. Logan, son of iu honor of her eon Will and bis handPAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carnage Paint, Stains few teacuera to conduct a school for beginning to Geo. Beudel. At tho depot where he Dr. J. V. Logan, of Richmond, to bo some bride. On Friday night the Misaes and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. teachera through aix weeka, was arrested was also a side of meat their pastor. A committee, consisting Ellis gavo a party to their guests Misses Prescriptions compounded with care from the best MEDICINES on Juno 11th, a few daya after the regutaken from Dendel's house. Mr. Ben-d- of the elders and deacons of the church, Glenn Bibb, Bessie Montgomery, Efile W. B. McRoberts. has this under chemicals. Give us a call. drugs and lar term closee. Ho now waa out in a field at work and the was appointed to see how much salary Sandidge and Manly Tyree. Quite a consideration; and, If ho feela asaured man had broken in at a window. No they could offer, and confer with Mr. number of tbe young people were presthat ho can aecuro aa many as 10 teach- arrests. ent and all had a good time. Saturday Logan. BUYers he will probably decide to optn the The Baptist meeting closed Friday night the young people gathered at Miss A low. CRAB ORCHARD. school. The terma will bo very and for tbe first time in many moocB, no Erina Morse's home and apent the evenschool of this kind will ba of inestima-bl- e his quart "big meeting" is being held here by the ing very pleasantly, dancing, courting, &c. J. W. James has value to any and every teacher of house hero in town, so it la said. white folks. It is said, however, that in public schools; tho course will embrace A snake 7 feet, 10 inches in length Very little corn has been planted.aa it Maxwell, our colored aurburb, meetings all branchea taught in public schoola, continues to rain, but our farmers are began "enduring" the war are still and 10 inches in ciicumferance was kill that and methoda will receive especial atten- ready for it when dry enough. iu progress and for sometime it has look- ed in Mercer. desiring to attend a tion. Any teacher, Mr. Abram Corrant, aged 04 yeara Major Foley had two valuable horses ed like their white brethren were deterschool of this kind, will do well to write killed by lightning during the hard mined to steal away their laurels in keep a veteran of the Mexican and Indian ALSOto the principal of Christian College. wars, and who was twice married and storm Thursday evening. The cloud in up the racket. Tho teachers' course will close in Tho appointment by Gov. Northen, waa the father of 40 children, died in ciino up very suddenly and was al.nrat four weeks. Tho class has mado good in tho nature of a cyclone; hail (ell nnd a of Georgia, of a RomanCatholic tobeU. Jacksonville, Fla. progress, and tho teachers must all feel most terrific rain. There is so little call for alcoholic S. Senator, threatens to precipitate a large greatly benefited. Wo aro not normal There will be a protracted meeting sized row in the Southern Baptist Con- liquors in Burlington, Vt., that the drug in our views but advocate a practical at ttie Christian church sometime this vention. Gov. Northen is stores do not find it necessary to keep The best Garden Plow on the Market, from cour e, in which principles aro well de- Spring, but a young lady suggested that of tbe convention and tbe Baptist Stand- more than a quart of whisky in stock. fined and thoroughly instilled Into the wo must not inform the ministers that ard says: Gov. Northen has not only That quantity usually lasts about aix minds of pupils. Tho normal theory, In but few chickens havo been hatched, or proved disloyal to thoChurch of Jesus months. our minds, is like building n house by there will be a p or chance for the meet Christ, but to American institutions as When Senator Hawley spoke on putting on tho roof first, then framing it, ing. well, He has trodden the white banner Friday of the Gaula who marched into Arch McKinnoy, Jr., is visiting wo have unfuried in dirt and mud, and the Roman Senate and pulled tho beards and at some future time, possibly, laying tho foundation. If this opportunity Burch Buchanan. Mrs. J. H. Stephens cast a reproach upon our whole people, of its members, Senator Pefler turned is some better, being able to sit up. Mrs. never presents itself, thou tho that the corroding touch of time will not pale. He's the noblest Roman of them ia permitted to stand without a W. T. Stephens has returned from the Prices lower than any one. all, 60 far as beard is concerned. servo to efface. This might bo termed W. C.T. U's convention at Kirksville, foundation. The present United States Senate and reports a good meeting and much "Teachers Dwelling in Tho child murdered at Xicholasville has lost live members durine the past work accomplished. turns out to be that of Miss Gaskins', year. Three Stanford, Vance and CoA dispatch from Frankfort saya that Mrs. Dr. Cooper and children, of of Pulaski, nnd J. Cam Williams, of lquitt by death and two Walthall aud Madallue Pollard has not visited her Livingston, visited Mr. Charles Redd Somerset. The girl had gone to the ne- White by resignation. Six members of mother for eight yoara and that tho old lust week. Messra. James F. Holdam gro's house to be confined and Nancy the House have died and as many more See our Spring Stock of lady waa in total Ignorance of her man- and George Lee James havo opened out Jane Richardson took tbe child when it resigned. ner of living, ahe having left the impres- a nice lino of groceries, dry goods, kc, was born, at 4 o'clock Friday morninp, Bowling Green gets $9,575 for liquor sion upon her that ahe waa engaged in in the room formerly occupied by D. G. the 13th inst., and in the presence of license. What a thirsty population it literary work. When Mra. Pollard read Slaughter, and havo a good trade, for Gaskins' wife smothered it in a feather must have. To get tbeir money back of Madaline'a auit she is Baid to have Mr. Holdam is widely known aa a busi bed. Williams and the negro woman the saloons must sell, at 10 cents a drink, fainted and immediately upon her recov- ness man, has a great many friends and have been arrested. The girl has not 05, 750 drinks, and to make a reasonaEC. W. L. Withers, Salesman. ery wrote her erring daughter who had treats them right. been found. ble profit over the license and the cost Another Christian has entered the ao deceived her that ahe inuat never put Tho last day of the Confederate vet of liquor, they should sell at least 0 pearly gates and ia enjoying sweet rest. eran'a reunion at Birmingham was spent her loot In her mother's houae. more. Frankfort Capital. g Every time Commissioner Lochren Mra. Jennie Burch, youngeat daughter of in the election of otlicera, Queen Victoria's decendanta either of Binning-ham'- a occupy now or in the natural course of dropa a fraudulent penaioner the patrio- Mr. and Mrs. Henley Hutchinson, died and laying the corner-stonmonument to the Confederate events bid fair to ait upon seven thrones, tic peuBioo sharks are aa Indignant aa If April 15, 1S94, from the efiecta of child every honest man on the rolls were being birth. She was attended by Drs. Doores, dead. Gen. John B. Gordon waa re- those of the British Empire, the Gerand Hous-- man Empire, the Russian Empire, the robbed ol his rights. But fortunately it Pettua and Edmiaton, and all that could elected commander-in-chieDrug-StorOpposite the Myers House is the place to buy your ia a great deal cheaper to have any be done waa of no avail. Loving and jton, Texas, was selected as the next Kingdom of Greece, the Grand Duchy The Indignation than it ia to devoted frienda surrounded her bed and meeting place. amount ol auch ana of Hesse, the Duchy of fGO.OOO,. a devoted mother and father and fond go on paying from $30,000,000 to Gov. 2f. S. Berry, aged OS, ia dead at Gotha, and the Duchy of N, Y. husband, sister and brothers are bowed Uoncord, N. H. 000 a year for fostering fraud. . down with a terrible grief. Mra. Burch In the Superior Court of Cambridge, World. was a member of tbe Christian church Four Big Successes. Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, ImHaving the needed merit to more than malce Mass , a auit of Mrs. Butterfield Against School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, here and her place will be hard to fill. A Reneral rain in California baa advertulng claimed for them, the Liquors for Medical Purposes. forta good harvest of She was a noble, ambitious woman, per- com all the remediei have reached a phenomenal Arthur C. Smith has been nolle prossed . proved the outlook four fectly dovoted to hor family and friends, aale. Dr KlngNew Diicouery, for coniurap Mr. Smith went into Mra. Butterfield'a grain and fruit. very charitable, and tbe large crowd tion, Cough and Coldl, each bottle cuaranteed-Klectrgreat remedy for that assembled at the grave was suffi- ach aud llitteri, the Bucklen't Arnica Liver Stom- flower garden after a tennia ball, and she ot Blue Kldse, lUrnwo Salve, tho Dr.S.F. '. Scott, whoopin cougn, Charnbcrlaiu'i Kidneys. "For cient testimony of her worth. May a beat in the world, and Dr. King's New Life 1'illt, played the garden hose on him, and then Mo. tuvs using it freely Call and see us. Cough Kemcd U excellent; lly God temper this blow to husband, which aro a perfect pill. All these remedies aro sued him for damage to her flower bed. come- - just Z. R.me. father, mother, sisters and brothers aud guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them the di .ease s uepnvcu was fined 50, from which he and the dealer whoso name is attached herewith Mr. Smith teach them that this life is not all they wi.l be gUd to tell you more of tuem, Sold at A appealed. &. G. llocker, nd jo cent bottle lor sale by Dr. R. Penny's Urujf fctore. to live. have DruggUt, Stanford. SAVE 3TOTT J3 IMIOICTIEr CO. ' W .H. WEAREN & ,,,, ,l, Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January -.- .-. ... ,, MeRoberts' Drug Store, -- I WAIX PAPER. 8 41 court-bous- ALABASTIUB -- I J el Brinley's Combination Plow and Harrow. -- i THE - "COLUMBIA," W. H. HIGGINS. vice-preside- super-tructu- ro WE ARE IN IT. Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. "WEARE2T. 200,-00- speech-makin- e DR. S. G. HOOKER, DRUGGIST. e f, -- Saxe-Cobu- rg Drugs, School Supplies, DR. S. C HOCKSR, Th Druggist. A v 1 ic The Best Goods for the Least Money, ,i,n-aro-", u. JV .! ilJ? Js b ?rjfEXn?,f',pp)rt wi-tMgpwfr- - y" "rrqr W ' wr TTr"?P ' "?F "" Jr irn i r t ' Jim Richardson, of tho Glasgow Times, The council at Ludlow raised the liFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. marched out to Oklahoma to start a quor license to $500 and every bar room The Lexington running races begin newspaper and then, liko King William, shut up shop. marched back again. His reasons for The Kentucky court of appeals has next Monday. May 1, 1894 Stanford, Kv. Hogs are dying of cholera in tho changing his intentions wero not appa- rendered an opinion holding that the eti Goshen neighborhood. rent till a dispatch came that Judge perior court continuee in existence until -- F. K. Tribble bought of A. M. Fe- Scott had had two editors confined in a January, 1S95. W. P. WALTON. cell and denied writing material, beMrs. Lizzie Kramer, who was shot laud two sows and pigs for $35. Sheep aro $1.50 to $2 cheaper than cause they had Been fit to criticise his in her bed by her jealous husband in actions. Jim has been accustomed to Louisville Saturday night, died Sunday one year ago, eays the Chicago Live Stock Journal. speaking out in meeting, no matter who morning. Kremer is in jail. J. J. Chapman bought 50,000 Hu. ol To be sold. A big batch of goods have been found guilty of occupyoffended, and he feared that he was too Prof, Robert Peter, head of tho ing too much valuable space in our house. They must be closed out. wool from different parties at 14 ceuts. old n dog to begin to learn now tricks or chemistry department of tho Stato They have got to go, we arc determined they must go. Our great have them taught to him in a loathsome died Friday, aged S9. Ho was one Versailles Sun. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. The, Kentucky Trotting Association outlet makes cheap buying a certainty. Our contract with the public prison, llunco his assertion that Ken- of tho most eminent scientists in the U. at Lexington will hang up fGl,000 at the demands cheap selling. Wc bought very heavy this spring at a small is good enough for him and his S. For County Judjc JaS. WALKER GtVENS tucky " " Clerk G n. COOPER determination A Cincinnati jury returned a ver meeting this fall. to return and rest his " " Attorney J B. PAXTON Jacob Fox, of Indianapolis, bought bones forever. And thereat all his news- diet of guilty against n man charged with " " Sheriff T. D. NEWLAN'D paper friends sing songs of rejoicing. criminal assault, nnd tho judge prompt- of Forestus Heid and Tom Yeager a ' " E. D KENNEDY Aisessor. gelding for $200. ly soutenced him to the penitentiary for " G. W DE110RD Jailer P. S. Hughes Hold to Judge J. S. JurtGB Bkadlky refused to hear argu life. Hie longest train ever nauieii by a Moore a half interest in a two year-olThis immense purchase now enables us to offer borgains which eclipse Tint election which will be held in the ments for a new tiinl in the Breckinridge single engino in America was on tho by Belmont Chief for $1,200. Third Ohio district to fill the va- case, declaring that ho had had a perfect- Heading anything heretofore attempted. On our Clothing, Shoes and Furline. It contained 250 empty David Eubanks is agent for W. T. cancy in Congress caused by the death of ly fair trial. Popstbly he went on tho cars and was a mile and a quarter in Parham it Sou, Maryvllle, Tunn , for nishings Mr. Houk, democrat, who was elected by principle that a Virginia judge did when length. shipping wool and having it worked. 4,000 majority, is attracting great atten- the whipping post was the penally for A forger giving his name as James Mattingly, Sanders & Wayne bought minor olleuses there. A negro was contion all over the country. In the gubervicted and given nine and thirty lashes Camp worked tho National LaFayetto the latter part of laid week, 300 head of natorial race the same district went 1,000 Bank of Cincinnati, to tho tune ot $1,200 fat hogs at 4; to 4jc Lebanon Enteror more lor McKtnley so there is a on his naked back. Afterwards hu went with a check with Senior & Son's name prise. considerable degree of uneertainity. to the judge and demanded a new trial Calvin Carpenter, of tho West Baying that ho was not satisfied with the signed to it. The democratic leader is Paul Sorg, a toIn many instances the investment of a single dollar will buy more Samuel Vaughan, hung at Fayette-villto Stone, Porter it White, of Pulasverdict. "What, do you want another bacco manufacturer and a wealthy man, than $2's worth of goods. Those who can spare the money, it will Ind., collapsed completely on Boe ki, Tenn., a pair of geldings by Welch-mowho is running on a platform demand- lashing?" asked the judge as he proceeding the gallows and had to be held up for $G50. ing the passage of the Wilson bill as it ed to overrule the application. The colwhile the noose was being adjusted, A horseshoe without nails has been left the House, while Maj. Kathbone, onel evidently doesn't know when he You to buy all the Clothing, more dead than alive. invented. It is held to tho hoof by who makes a profession of politics, beads haa enough, or he will not avail himself adopted by clamps and can be put on and taken off Among other resolutions Shoes, &o, you will need for the republican column. Money has been of his only recourse now, an appeal to the Confederate Veterans' Association at in less than a minute. the court of appeals. dumped by the car load in the district Birmingham was ono inviting tho Grand time to come. Every departS. D. Goir delivered 104 fleeces of by the republicans, who are making a Thk German newspapers are surprised Army of the Republic to bold its next wool that averaged 12) Hs. each. This Ib death struggle, but the democracy is full ment of dry goods, clothing, that the government has not nipped the reunion at Atlanta, Ga. a yield hard to beat. Brock fc Haileback of fight and enthusiasm, and we hope Coxey agitation in the bud. Something Four prisoners, two of them under shipped Tuesday 200 bogs, weight about notions, shoes, hats, carpets, not without good grounds for the faith ought to be done. Tho tramps are learn- sentence of death, eecaped from the 220 lt3., at 4 cents. Winchester Demothat is in them. ing that in union there is strength and if county jail at Birmingham Saturday crat. mattings, oil cloth, trunks and they can seize trnins, they can confiscate night by cutting a holo in the roof after R. S. Veech and John E. Green, of Thb conviction of manslaughter of valises has its attractive prices. Louisville, sold in New York last week a three strikers, who led a mob to prevent property, rob banks and individuals Hnd first sawing the bars of their cells. a contest of endurance be- lot of trotting horses. have no other law than their own sweet There was Mr. Veech'fl 23 others from working, by which a man You can't afforc to pass them was killed, will have a healthy e fleet on wills. The situation is a serious one. tween two piano players in Chicago last averaged $502 and Mr. Green sold 27 by. Give us a call and wc will r I iir vi these belligerent sons of toil. The trial Tramps who would bo run off the prem- week. The winner lasted for 15 consec- head that averaged $252 SO. The highN22II ises by dogs are treated with the utmost utive hours. He broke six keys, but his est price wai $5,250, for Mural half occurred at Charleston, W. Vs., and the convince you of what we say. EXTRA LONG WAISTED. sentence was one year's imprisonment, consideration when marching in armies. finger tips are badly swollen. brother to Dictator. of Iowa aro not rushing Tho farmers The prospects in Tennessee for a with work at bard labor, wearing a ball and realizing this, there Is no telling and chain, besides a fine of foOO, the where the new movement will end. He- forward to have tho honor of hauling good strawberry crop this year is sid men to stand committed until the fine is roic diseases require heroic remedies and General Kelly's commonwealers, and in to be very encouraging, and up about paid, which means at least three years of the Coxey disease should have them ap- consequeuce they aro hoofing it, much Curve, where they pay more attention to their disgust. Many have deserted. hard labor, unless their friends pay off plied at once. to the raising of sma'l fruit than in CovAn unsuccessful attempt was made ington, picking will begin by the last of Strikers have their the judgment. Pbof. J. B.Jones, of Hamilton College, to rob the Farmers' Bank, of Laclede, rights, but when they use violence to Lexington, has felt called upon to have Mo. The 6afe, containing $35,000, was next week. Leader. prevent others from taking their places printed a book entitled B. F. Jackson, of Eminence, says "An appeal to blown open, but the explosion aroused they become law breakers and must be the people of the Ashland district that some mule colts by his fine jack, for the citizens and tho burglars fled withheld accountable. Lord Hussell No. 107, have been sold purity in the home aud morality in pubout their booty. this epring for $ 75 each before thoy were lic life, and a protest against the Senator Lindsay made the best tariff The North Dakota democrats, tiring nino days old. This don't look like of Col. W. C. P. Breckinridce," and speech so far delivered in the Senate and of the delay in passing the tariff bill, there "is no money in mules," if they urged immediate action. He is against it is being scattered broad cast over the adopted resolutions rebuking the demo are of the right kind. Farmers Home A. URIJANSKY & CO., Proprietor the income tax feature of the bill, as district. Brer. Jones forgets the old o crats in the Senate for their inactivity at Journal. that a shoemaker should stick to his T; D. RANEYManagcr. most all democrats are, but is willing to this time, when the country demands The now roller inil!s are not paying surrender his .pride ot opinion and vote last, and that his meddling with the pot prompt legislation. $2 75 per barrel for corn, and onlv iu for the whole bill. While he was speak Is liable to spoil the broth. Too much Tho Coxey sarreeted at Forsythe very email quantities are they selling it ing, Senator Aldrich made a bold bluff eai J against the colonel is liable to create Mon., were turned over to the United for that. Mr. J. H. Baughman tells us -by proposing an immediate vote on the sympathy in bis behalf and react in his States marshals and were taken to Butte that ho has just received two car loads bill. The Rhode Islander was immedi- favor. for trial, accompanied by two companies from Madison that cost him 2.25 deliv ately "called," when ho was forced to The Hon. E. J. Howard, of Middles-bir- of regular troops to protect the officers ered and 100 barrels of T. A Coulter also show his hand and acknowledge his inwho represented his district in the from the 500 vargranta in line. delivered at the same price. sincerity. Brer. Aldrich will hardly at- Legislature that staid, Coxey and his army have reached The Cumberland Prize, tho mest at Frankfort so tempt to be so muchly too previous long, is a seeker after greater honors. Washington and are camped at Bright-woo- d important race of the turf season thus again soon. Park. Coxey declares his men far, was won at Nashville by the Scoggun He has announced himself a candidate III Receiving Hii Congress in the 11th, but as that dis will assemblo on the Capitol steps Brothers' Louisville colt, Buckreue, who The passage of a bill by the Ohio Leg- for is anywhere from 10,000 to 25,000 at noon, and that there will be a revolu was at S to 1 in the betting. The race islature to give women the right to vote trict The Scoggans also for school trustees and a voice in other republican, he is not likely to have his tion if Congress does uot take immedi- was worth $3,S00. ate action. won the second race, with Vallera, educational matters makes the 30th State ambition gratified. Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. ' Col. Silas Adams, Kentucky's only against whoso chances the books laid to adopt woman suffrage in some form It is said that Hon. A. J. Carroll finds republican member of Congress, an- S to 1 or other. The time is coming, if pres The big cattle ero nil turned on signs are worth anything, when uni- time from his law practico to run the nounces thttt he will be a candidate for ent from the 11th district, and is gr.i?s last week. They have wintered versal" woman sufJrpge will prevail, hut "In and About Kentucky" column of Courier-Journa- l. even It a num- well, and if the grazing seat-oIt is mighty hard confident of is ood it will bo a long time before it is adopt- tho to give up tho business entirely and it is ber of aspiring gentlemen are talking of eome very tine herds will be marketed ed in the South, where the women ocin the summer Hnd fall. A Clark county cupy a more exalted plane than .the dollars to doughnuts that "Touy" will running against him be back with his first love before many The St. Charles Hotel at New Or- farmer estimates that the wool and lambs right to vote could confer on them. moons wax and wane. leans, the oldest and beat known hostel from his Hock of 50 high crado owin Hill ry in the South, burned Saturday night, bring him $200 luea than last year on ac They only charge a man 100 for NEWSY NOTES. ATtogether with the block, one of the timet count of the depreciation of prices- Eii a negro down in Oweusboro. An M. S. Clark gets the Russellville post- - in the city, tho L. & N. ticket offices and Dooley old man inBijlted a policeman and ho deput 200 pounds on a bunch of banks being located in it. At least six feeding cattle from November to tint 15th liberately blew tiis brains out. The court office. Franklin will vote on local option persons lost their lives. let him off with a 5100 flue, thereby day of tho present month. Winches tr June 23. J. 11. Huber, one of the best known Sun. the belief of some people that Tho Ohio Legislature defeated the business men in Louisville and here is not much harm in killing a D. N. Prewitt has bought tho lamb frown's Cultivators and all Farm Implements at prices to suit the local option bill. of the late People's Bank of Kentucky, crop of Leu and Lvte Hudson, about, negro. Such verdicts are an insult to hard times. A $7,000 addition is to be made to was struck by an L. & N. train, near his civilization. An acquittal would liavo 200, to bo May 23d, at 5c. J. C. Johnson home at Huber's Station, and instantly has compromised his suit against the shown to the outside world that there the Madisou The World's Fair buildings were fin killed. He was walking on the track Cincinnati Southern, taking $275 was a Bomuiance ot excuse lor ttie mur He ally Hold to a Chicago firm for $S7,500 and did not hear the approach of the lost some hogH last September on account der. The earth is still quaking in Greece train. of alleged carelessness upon tho part of It is said that there never was such and the loss of life and property is very step A man intoOklahoma whipped his the road and sued for $150. Mr. Johndaughter death because she had a wino crop as France now has on hand. great. son bought the Popn Pro's., lambs, Col. Breckinridge has refused to di- disobeyed him in some minor matter. Tne Gironde section alone yielded He waa arested on a charge of murder, at 5c delivery, June 1 to 10. Last Nogallon, nearly three times as vide time with his opponents at Lexingand tho people wero aroused to such in- vember Karris & Whitley sold to Yantis much as the year before. It Ib sad to ton and Paris. & Curry, of Garrard county, 50 contemplate these rivers of wine and to Four negros wero taken from the dignation that at last advices Judge cattle, weighing then 1,130 pounds, feel that we are to bo prohibited from sheriff at Tallulah, La., and hanged for Lynch was about to take charge of the at 31c. It was also contracted that Fur-ri- s case. helping the Frenchmen get away with the murder of a white woman. A; Whitley wero to take tho cattlB At last the great strike on the Northit. Jim Robinson and Ben White, col- ern has become general, and has taken April 1, at 4Je. The cattle wero dehornored, wero hanged at Manassas, Va., for in both St. Paul and Minneapolis. This ed and fed, aud have been delivered to The Maysville man, who put up a plea criminal assault on two white women. with tho great bituminous coal strike) their original owners, weighing 1,350 of physical incapacity when sued by a gir The total yield of wool in this coun per for breach of promise to marry her, has try last year amounted to 301,150,000 and the peregrinations of the various pound?. i;urry iic mantis mauo ust proved that he is a first cousin to pounds, the largest American clip ever brauches of the Coxey tribe, presents a bead, or a toUl sum of $1,000, for keep situation more peculiar than any this Ing the cattle six months, and still have the father of liars by marrying another raised. Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinaware line; Call country has before seen. and the hogs that followed them. Advogirl, who of courso took no stock in his Mrs. Augusta Hugo, of Norfolk, Va., examine and get prices. Tho Hurrodsburg Sayings says that cate plea in avoidance of the former contract' was acquitted of killing a young man Col. Nat Gitither, who has been a sufferMHHiBMmHnHBaMHaMaMiinBaHiH named Watts who had seduced her er with what tho doctors pronounced Since the Louisville Post is sot ry j daughter. cancer of the tongue, expectorated a typo machines in smaller type, it conAn ordinary elephant produces 120 stone, which came from the ulceration tains about twice as much matter as beStanford, Ky. , pounds of ivory. Two exhibition tusks on tho diseased member. It was as large fore. Thoy Bay there can be too much of in London weigh 102 and 173 pounds as the head of a 40 pinny nail, bluish in a good thing, but it doesn't apply to the respectively. color and irregular in shupe. Indeed, it Post. Tho more you got, tho more you At Oklahoma City, Judge Henry looked very much liko a piece of want'of its bright und sparkling variety Scott sentenced Editors Burke and The physicians hero Bay they of good things. Browne to pay n fine of $250 and 10 days never experienced such a thing in their Juuua Marks, a Lexington jew, is raru in jail for criticizing his rulings. practice before, nor ever read or heard In elegant and inexpensive articles are on exhibition The new councilman for tho 7th dis- of a liko happening. Tho colonel began avis. Mayor Duncan gave him tho apat the Store o' trict favors a primary to nominate a suc- to improve at onco. pointment of city auditor at $2,000 a year aud he declined tho honor. This is cessor to Col. Breckinridge, just exactly Absolutely MEANS BUSINESS. the first instance on record of a Jew or what the colonel doesn't want. Deputy Sheriff" Eb Moren, of Lonanybody else putting away bo handsome Buy your school books and school supOur line is not duplicated in Stanford and we don, fatally shot a negro miner named plies of all kinds at A. II. Penny's. A cream of tarter baking pow a crown. want to John Ely whom ho had arrested for stealWatches, clocka and jewelry repaired der. Highest of all in leavening There uro now in tho United States ing and who attempted to escape. and warranted. Engraving a spoclalty, strength. Latest United States 118,1$ physicians, or men who make One Oklahoma mob killed a hired at A. 11. Penny's. Government Food Report. their living by ministering to the dis- man and wounded a child in trying to r The..largest stock of Drug1), It Medicines, IT ' f Whether you want to buy or not so we Invite You to Call. ROYAL BAKING POWDES 00 . eases flesh is heir to. No wonder tho get rid of Bruco Miller, and another mob 44 111 I. n H V'VVI IWIIVMIHV... VMJ Ul hanged two alleged death rate is increasing. J ty t 100 Wall Straot, Now York, Ji. H. Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal Found : Guilty ) 6 OH 8 PAGES. AND SENTENCED. Col-leg- o, six-year-- Fraction of their Value, d to-d- The Not Savin? is 25 Per Cent. End-Bol- d e. nt ySS-- ' I Call Before th e Stock broken : LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, ST., ad-ag- H.4G.RUPLEY,- o, i mkm$ igjitifotjL STUDEBAEER -- to-da- y SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. n THE WAGONS, kill-in- i; - coin-firmin- g REDUCED PRICES. J. K. VANARSDALE, court-hous- e. 103,-000,0- two-year-ol- GLASSWARE, QUEENS WARE, iu CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. PARRIS & HARDIN. . blue-ston- e. WEDDINGPBESENTS : Pure DANKS, The : Jeweler. DANKS. lt TTEZTJZX, I 1 ; - horse-thiove- s. 'TZl . Show You The Goods, .& .it&J&iUV1 .- - wwp p1 'XL AttUV j -- '..A t&g&L.. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A. It. rKNMY'a is the place to buy jew- elry. 6tankrd, Kt., E. C. Walton, "Local showers, cooler by Tuesday May 1, 1894 night." Sweet potato plants 23c per 100. O.J. Xutvlnnd. Business Manager Notice Withers' furniture ml. He m m PERSONAL POINTS. ron- - regulates prices nnd styles. . Fresh lot of (lowers to day at prices to suit the hard times. Mrs. Wallace K. " Frank Jones went to Lexington on his Vnruon. wheel Sunday. Genuine John B, Stetson V 00 hat at Mits. John J. McIIoiikuts has been , only one to a customer. B. F. quite sick tor several days. Summer will be upon us before you realize it and yon had better preJones tt Son. Mb. D. L. Youno, of Pittsburg, is visitpare for it now by inspecting our stock of 15, A Foun hole coal oil stove; cost ing his parents, at Highland. will sell for $(). Good as new. B. F. Mtea Ann if. McOoi.i.ii, of Hichtnond, Jones & Son. Is the gueat of Mrs. William Itlco. Wii.i. IiuitTON, of PitlBbtug, is visiting I am agent for the Lexington Steim his father during the miner's strike. Bring me your washing. Laundry. Junait J, W. Alcorn and little daugb-te- Jtsse D. Wearen. Sophie, went to Somerset Saturday. Lkiiitnino struck in Mr. Will Gaines' Mh. T. F.'Spink has returned from n And selecting such articles as you know you need. Our stock is un- lot of sheep Sunday morning and killed several days' flsh and hunt in Bell couna number of them. surpassed in this section and our motto is: ty. Mns. J. K. VanAiisoalk went to LexThere is no stove that gives tho, satis ington Sunday to see her sister, Mrs. fact "The New Vapor Process" does. W nice. II . Wearen & Co. Miss Maud Pkttus returned to Crab I am on the market for your wool and Orchard yesterday from n visit to will pay as much as anybody. Sackr. Mm. Maiiy W. Bowman and daughte ready,' any time. I. M. Bruce, StanWe are making new customers each day by fair dealing and prices in Mise Virginia, of Lexington, aro guest of ford. harmony with the present financial condition of the country. Mrs. Forestus Keid. Widdinu bells are ringing in tbo disOait. and Mrs. Wm. Gkur went to tance and tho nicest line of presents are Louisvillo yesterday and took little Leo on sale at Danks, the jeweler. See our Hayden with them. stock before you buy. Mim Nannie Kknnkdy was on yesterBk sure to see mo at Stanford before day's train en route to Grays to visit you sell your wool, Or Jess Itout at McMiss May Adams. is better. Kinney, or Win. Hout at Moreland, or Mk. Fikmumci Tiickmo.ni at Hustonville. Wm. Moreland. of Barren, arrived Mr. Sam Thurracnd, Sunday. to see him Thk Somerset Reporter says the wife of Cou and Mao. J. S. May, of Somer- Dock Floyd presented him with triplets, set, are up to see Mr. Fielding Thur- two boys an J a girl, nnd thinks this more mond, who is quite ill. And don't fail to come and see our new stock just being opened evremarkable because the father has but Mk. J. 0. Mason, of Madison, executor one hand. ery day. This is our second purchase and we have left nothing out. of Mrs. Sarah Newland, wsu held a fuw OvKit $00 sample hats just received days settling up the estate. latest styles and shapes, no two alike. Mtts. W. 0. Wiawcn returned to yesterday, taking with her little We have hats to suit everyone at lees The women on whom Dr. Price, cf tion did its deadly work and without than manufacturer's prices', ft stiffs at Margaret nnd Nancy James. Philadelphia, performed the operation of warning seized upon the prido of the Of every line is to be found with us. Before running off to, other Mn. Jkrry Smith, of Jellico, joined his --'.6(), tkc. B. F. Jones it Son. laparotomy are getting along finely and household, leaving a loving father and handsome wife who has beeu visiting her Kay L. Noyce, the amusing character will soon bo out. To show how well the mother to mourn, not, however, aa those markets come see what your home merchants have. Are we not enmother, Mr. II. H. McKinney, Satur- impersonator, in his lunny sketches, recMurphy button for holding together without hope, for Jennie had made that titled to your patronage if you can find what you want and at a less day. ond Mary went itations, songs, ivc , will bo at Walton's .broken or cut intestines, a dog was preparation so deeirable to live by and so price than other cities ? We know you can buy goods, cheaper in Mrs. Stkhikn Bvrcii night, 2d. See opened aud one cut andunited with the needful to die by, by giving her young down to Anderson county Saturday to Opera House, your own little city than any inland town in the State and cheaper see the judge, who is ganger at Mcllrny-er'- s him and laugh and urow fat. button. Shu didn't seem to experience heart to God before the evil days came, can buy the same goods at retail in Louisville or Cincinnati. distillery. ns well as ever. is and uniting with tho Second Presbyter-i- than you The Interior Jocknal announces its any trouble and now This we vill guarantee. Mr. J. K. Bal'(ihman and wife, of church of Danville. As soon as tho intention of substituting tho water powMurder. Shelby City was the scene signs of the terrible disease began to iSyExamine our figured and plain black Dress Goods from Hiistonville, wero down Sunday to nee er for steam power. The Paragon 1ms of a bloody murder Saturday night. Pnt Mr. Smith Haughman, who was reported time and Cane, n house painter, was drunk nnd bIiow themselves, her parents took her 50; our Tela Vela Duck 10c to 25c; our Ginghams from 5c to 25c; tried the water motor for some much better yesterday. finds it always ready fo' m and perfect- raising n row nt his houBe, when Mar- at once to Colorado Springs, where her our Scotch Lawns 5c to 25c; our Satteens ioc to 35c; our Japanese Mies Km ma Owslky who has been sick ly satisfactory. Somerset Paragon. health improving no grntifyingly they shal John B. Silcox told him if ho raised decided to locnte. But death with bis Cloth ioc to 25c. Gents' Suits $4 to $15, and our Gents and Ladies' ' for a long time at her sister's, Mr. W. It. further disturbance ho would have to cruel relentleBsness, loves n shining A J CRY gave Robert J. llreckinrldge, Munter, in Nashville, returned home Tans and Macks at all prices. Ladies Shoes in low and high-cu- t arrest him. Maddened at the threat, with the bridal party, looking remarka- Jr., at Danville a verdict of j.')00 agaiiiBt mark, and his apparent defeat, was only Capes Si to $7.50. Ladies' Underwear in muslin, gauze and Jersey. Cane drew n pistol and shot the marshal, temporary. He bly well. had claimod her for his tho L A N. He was put oil of n train at and Lebanon Junction, when ho claimed killing him instantly. Marshal Ellis, of victim, but, he was robbed of his terror, Everything in every line is Mk. and Miir. Mark D. Hardin Mrs. J. D. Oatts, of Monticello. arrive that he had bought n ticket through Junction City, was Bent for, but Cane re- and she was enabled to exclaim: "Ob y to visit Mr. Mark Hardin and from the South to Louisvillo. Ho sued fused to surrender to him, saying, how- death where is thy sting? O grave where ever, that ho would give himself up to U thy family. Mr. Hardin is delighted at the for 10,000. victorv?" Grieve not then, dear Sheriff Bailey. That ofllcer was tele prospect of n visit from his aged parents region coal mine operator phoned for, but before ho arrived a large pirents, Jennie is not dead; she has only A Jellico Come and look before buying. No trouble to show goods. and aunt. of the miners doesn't number of citizens had gathered around gone before and in mansions prepared will tako charge of told us the strike Miss Kllkm Ballou ' him. He intended shutting Cane's house and threats of hanging for the blest, she is waiting and watching her music class again, at this place in bother nt down a month or two any way. That's were loudly made. On hearing them, for you. The remains were interred September. Somerset Paragon. MIm bIm of it everywhere. The Caue became very desirous of tho pro- Colorado Springs, ns the family intend to Ballou is now in the Now England Con about the seem to bo following a very poor tection of Marshal Kllis, but he declined make that their future home. servatory of Music, perfecting herself for miners Mrs. John Hendren died Sunday afiu a very bad matter.' lead to take him. The sheriir arrived about the work she seems to have so great a ternoon of pneumonia, aged 23. She time and going into the house, he fondnesa for. Don't Go to Hell This is the head- that wns a Miss Spnrrow, of Marion, and came Woomoitn G. I)ini.a' has ac- ing of a bill announcing that W. P. slipped the murderer out by a back way hero with her husband ceveral years ago, Mr. cepted a salaried position ns organist in Frank Cabler was to speak in front of nnd landed him safely in the Danville during which time, by her lady like nnd the Maxwell street Presbyterian church, tho court house last night on the subject jail. From all that wo can hear, the Christian demeanor, she endeared herLexington. Mrs. Dunlnp is the daughter of hypocrites. Mr. Cabler is described killing was a most cowardly and unpro self to all with whom she came in con- Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. ' voked murder aud the citizens nre of Gen. W. J. Ijuidrnm, of Lancaster. ns a famous untlior, orator and traveler, tact. A member of tho Methodist church, My stock is sure to please you in for wanting to take the law into Leader. Mrs. Duulap inherits her musi- full of magnetism and eloquence. she lived up to its teachings, and when their own bunds nud deal summary ven the end came she was ready to go, ns she cal talents from the general who is an Lizzie Royck looks as prettily nnd gennco on the perpetrator. Cune is said told those who stood about her dying unusually lino musician. Mk. J, N.Sai'.ndkiw, of Springfield, an sings ns sweetly ns ever. Her banjo, to be quite a dangerous character, espe- couch, ner sole regret wns toieavo ner and present representative mandolin nnd other instruments were cially when drinking. Ho is 6iiid to have three little children and fond husband, A full stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, VarWashington county, arrived yester- played finely. Her costumes wero re- come to this fiction from New Orleans but satisfied that her dear Lord would from nishes, &c. day to locate hero for the practice of his markably pretty. Tneomn Daily Prets. A few years ago ho married Mrs. George bless and preserve them, she left all in She will be hero with tho Riy L. Royco Campbell, who.se maiden name was His hands. In tho absence of her pasmofesaion the law. and will have hiu DOJXTE night, 2d, nnd Green, and who lost her husband in the ofllco with Judeo J. W. Alcorn. Mr. untertniners tor, Rev. A. V. Sizemore preached tho wreck at McKinney, in which several Before Spring Cleaning. Saunders is a brilliant young man and you ought to see and hear her. funeral sermon at the Methodist church others wero killed nnd wounded. After laurels in tho IhhI ns an orator wore the Sunday morning was ushered in by a ho was shot Silcox fired vf- Cane, who at 11 a. m. yesterday nnd then tho re:&. Lower House ol the Legislature. thunder, lightning, rain nnd hail storm, continued to firo into his prostrate body. mains wero laid to rest in Buffalo Cemetery. Thk following young people spent yes- but it cleared oil' by 10 o'clock nud since terday tlshing and love making near then every evidence' that Spring has It is said that Cane had been treating cUTtg- NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Dudderar'a mill. Mio Clara Lackey, come to stay is manifested. Vegetation Ids family badly for some time. Charles Lackey, is springing into life with a bound nnd Chatham, a young man who was with Carroll Bailny, Miss Ophelia shooting and also George McKoberts, Miss Georgia Wrny, tho trees and fields aro being rapidly him at tho timu of the in tho house, was also arrested. with him Jesse- I). Wearen, Miss Glenn Bibb, clothed in tho richest verdure. George. Duim. Mies Nora Moreland, Carold tnd ol J. 11. Green, in At the MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Tiik loveliest thing that this lovely roll Shanks; Misses Pearl Burnsidti and What, why my money on every purchase not made at the One - - Kontucky. James E. Singleton, of ML Vernon, Hustonvillo, Mary Bruce, Thomas 0. Veager. They Spring time hasdeveloped is tho bewitchHorse Store of fits juit received x beautiful line of worn chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. B. II. ing girl in a shirt waist. She is enough married Miss Marguerito Stnrues near to make u graven imago's eyes sparkle Valley Oak, Pulaski county, Inst week. Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. Popular Georgo I). Wentherford, late- with admiration much more n flesh nnd In Leo county last week, John P. pilcei which stock ami ly of this plate, camu up on Wednesday blood man's. The word muukind em- Smith and Mrs. Lidn Smith wero married. Call and lee hisanyboilyt. cet hliwant a nice set II jou are lower than his braces women nud wo never feel more , for nbouLlO minutes and returned to The groom weighed 200 pounds and tho of harnwi, a whip or a duster. Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries and other goods too. Hustonvillo farm. Georgo and Billy liko giving an object lesson than when bride 214. hnve a host of friends in this city, who wo see them arrayed in nil their loveliW. R. Pitman, n young farmer of 2:1, , aro always pleased to see them. Billy ness aud a tidy shirt waist. nnd Miss Mnry J. Pndgett, just sweet 10, 9 he Goods Cheaper than Ever. sent Georgo up here to find out whether Eas'i Jr.. waa tired by Brown wero joined heart and hnnd at M. A. byIirown Eagie. he by lllack Eat;Ie. KiritFngle, by For almost any thing you may want. dan King Hyiikii). David Kubauka tells us ho it was n dead sure thing that tho circus C'oppeiboltom,3nd dam by iilambrino Chief, 3rd Saturday. Middleton's by I.exlnetuii. has n hybrid, whoso mother is a owe nnd would be in ItichmonU on tho Oth. Tho Mikndo of Japan has recently dam Iirown EaK'e. Ir ,l a hindiiproe dirk bay, Sn its father n goat, which ian singular look- issued a decreo of allowing a Japanese lunds hich nd wasfoalod In i3,i. He will mane Itichmond Register. present teason at my place near McKinney at Mk. John S. Owsmcy, Jh., nnd hia ing creature. It rebcmblcs both animals woman to lead, if she chooses, n sinclo tho moves liko n kangaroo, there being pretty bride, with the party that wont and if found unmnrried after $8.00 To Insure A Living Colt. legs. Mr. Kubauka life. Hitherto, from here, returned Friday, and aro now no joints iu tho front a certain age, a husband was selected for Will aUo Hand at the same time aed place a Mulu Jack at the tame price and termt pleasantly domiciled at Mr. W. M. Lack-oy'- says ho got tho ov.e from Mr. J. W. Allen, her by lnw. An old ninid says she wishes JAMKS WAI.KKK OIVENS, wedding program was cijrried of Hustonvillo, nnd that ho is going to such a law nB tho latter prevailed here. The McKinney, Ky. i3 a suit for dam out without u hitch and tliu ceremony Bcaro hiui byjthrentening There wus triple wedding at Manand surroundings wero impressive and ages for selling him such stock. chester, Glny county, recently, two of bjautlful. Wo Urn glad to welcome Mrs. A riuKY, unturned Bteod driven by tho grooms and one of the brides being I have added to my business a line of Owsluy to Stanford and to invoUu tho Messrs. Harvey Helm nnd Joo F. Waters mombers of tho same family brothers Ice blessings up- waHHuddonly eoizod am n)w ready to deliver manufactuied T.NTKKioit Journal's richest with u desire to and sisters. Mr. O. P. Ried, deputy Irom the Stanford Factory to cuuomeri regularly on her and hor worthy lord nnd master. kick looso from tho vohiclo whilo ap- circuit court clerk, nnd Miss Kva White, every morning at the rate of Fir IV CliNIS PER HUNDRED 1'OUND LOIS and over, and proaching Logan's creek bridge near Mr. S. IJ. Ried.n lumber dealer, and Miss at 7SC In smaller loin. E- I1UEMKK. Starford. CITY AND Vir.lNITY. town Saturday morning, nnd proceeded Lottie Raker, Mr. Joseph Asher, a fannFitusii lino of Zeigler shoes at S. II. to do so in short order, tho horso'a heels er, nnd Miss Stulio Reid, wore tho conLadies, Your Attention, Please. From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match Shanks'. ' frequently passing too close to tho young tracting parties. Two of tho newly marn cf heads to render tho situation com- ried people aro great SllEF.I' shears nt W. II. Wearen without wasie. If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it k men's Milllnory My Stock Co.'s. fortable. A neriouB accident was nar- tho late Gov. Garrard, and one, a nehere in two days. Ii belig rapidly opened and it embrace! every. . Plowh and vrngoiiB at cott at Fnrris & rowly escaped by tho animal becoming phew of the Hou. John Henry AVilson, tnlnc pretty and tylih. I have engaged Mm Tho father, now de- Julia Stitt.of Cincinnati, to trim for me. Siie 11 a detnehed just in time to provont the Hardin's. fady of much experience and taste and Is sure to occupants from going ceased, of the three Reids wns fora mini- - eivo satisfaction. An examination of ROJds is ii Danks, the horse, buggy nnd ' Wk want your trade. MRS. 1'OKIK T. COURTS. 10 her of years county judge of Clay couuty. otl the bridge. jeweler. Mb. John M. vnlcBcIng. Itwu seems to be $2.-t8- r, Camp-bellsvill- e. Iaux-ingt- A Mason county woman aged 80 You will And the best stock and lowest gave n school teacher of 25, $3,000 to prices at A. K. Penny's. marry her. Genuine Dresdon Banquet Lamp and Wm. Smith, who married Miss MagOnyx Table at Danks, tho jeweler. gie Sulser, at Maysville Thursday got so See tho new jewelry and watches at excited as tho time approached to stand up before tho parson that he tock n dose Penny's. Ho can't bo undersold. of bromide of potassium to steady hia m Born, to tbo wife of Mr. John Itiney, nerves. Ho took too much and it reboy. n few days since, an quired the aid of several physiciana to resuscitate him. Speaking of fright unBicyclb fors'iloatonce, cheap for cash. der such circumstances, tho bride tells In good condition. Address W., Box us that tho ninn, who stands before 182, Stanford. judge nnd juries nud nrgues bin cases apJohn Shields, for cursing Mary parently with nojthoiight of his surroundiAdams, also colored, was fined S5 and ngs, was so nervous when ho marched costs boforo Judge Carson yesterday. Ho down tho aisle of the church with her, and so frightened he trembled liko will work it out on the street. nn aspen leaf. Thk Stanford reformed Gold Band The first dntn on conjugal life in tho showed its regard for John Sam Owsley, United States over gathered by tho GovJr.. by giving him and his bride a nice ernment is given in a census bulletin of serenade the night of their arrival. Saturday. It shows thnt of the total Mk. John J. McRoiieiits got $50 from population of G2,002.2o0 in 1890 almost s wero single, a little more tho Travelers nnd Trader's Accident Inwere married nnd not Company for a recent injury to than surance his leg, which made him go lame for quite one twontieth were widowed. Di vorces constituto n small fraction of one somo time. per cent. Tho proportion of widowi Our great sale of sample shoes litis was nearly three times as great ns of been the talk of tho town; no wonder widowers, indicating that a greater porwhen we are selling 7350 and $4 shoes tion of tho widowers remarried than and slippers for $1 03. Another lot just widows, while the figures show that direceived. B. F. Jones & Son. vorced men also have remarried to a greater extent than divorced women. The K. O. will run its regular train ns an excursion to Richmond on tho Oth. DEATH'S DOINCS. Capt. W. II. Kerby tells us that it will We learn through the Advocate, with leave here at the usual time, arriving in Richmond in time to see the Forepaugh deep regret, of the death of Miss Jennie circus street parade, and leave after the Walton at Colorado Springs, Col., Friday. fares She was tho daughter of Prof, and Mrs. afternoon performance. Tickets J. B. Walton, late of Danville, and a round trip. for tho beautiful and lovely girl. A year ago, as Likk the woman, who, swearing that one looked at her in tho flush of a vigorshe w.iil never consent, consented, the ous and beauteous young womanhood, no of tho opera house have agreed thought inanag-r- s came that, before the next May to let an Uncle Tom's Cabin Company roses bloomed, ahe would be sleeping the in on the Oth. It has a brass band, don- sleep that knows no awaking in a far off keys and blood hounds galore and as us- State, but the uncertainties of life are ual it will draw like a sticking plaster. forever manifesting themselves, and we There will be a street parade with music grieve that one so lovablo should about 2 r. M. have had a life so brief. Quick consumpm m WEATHER FORECASTS I Dry Goods, Notions, Car- pets and Shoes. Prices that Worry our Competitors three-fifth- one-thir- d SEVERANCE & SON. 1 1 Act : Wisely, All of to-d- ay the Novelties, n m 8c to-Si- . m to-da- WWW & BEISIBABILlSo HUGHES & TATE. : WALL PAPER DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. RAITS YOUR KEFAIRXarG A. ex-edit- - FENIT?, Druggist. - D. S. CARPENTER, v3fcjl n McKinney & Hocker, CALL OUST THEM Brown Eagle Jr. McKINNEY & HOCKER. s. ICE, 1 CARPETS! ICE. first-el- M - CARPET - SAMPLES, H. grand-childre- of J. EVlcROBERTS. ' --' 5R5f tiff ' Semi-Week- ly .1 n North........ Cocal Freight North........ ma. Emma Yes; I havo bccndccclred In Published Every Tuesday and Friday my husband. When I married him I AT supposed thnt it was not my money but $2 PISK. YKAB IX ADVANCK myself that ho loved. not so paid 33.60 will be charired.-- " "And now you have found out that it wasnot you at nil, but only your money K. C, LOCAL TIME CARD. he was after." "AlnsI that is what I know now for Train naves Ilowland at 7:00 a. m., returning a certainty." c "Well, thero is ono consolation for local time card. you, and that is that your husband is Alex Call tram going North.......... It 37 pm not as stupid ns he looks." " South....... ..113 pa Sweet, in Texas Siftinps. Kxprsss train " South... ...... Interior Journii Nat Bo Stupid Jane Il Looks. You seem to bo unhappy, Bra BLIGHTED Sad Kvl.lonrm of Tln-- BY DRINK. Work or Alcoliol. tlir Doatructlva A Tnltl Of Th9Hht. Is frequently the result of contempt. tion of a summer outlnc and where it I I Hoil, jAS. R.McCREARY Mris w r authorised to announce Verticil . M Sewing1 Ifcclin.: '""l an. ... .......9 36 a m 207P m south., Th litter trains alto carry passengers. Tho abov li calculated on standard time, Solir me if about ao minutei fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT Blue-Grass 3 3 A Vnllniit Warrior. ROUTE. Going North train pass Junction City at lol- e- Vestibule starts fi a. m. lowi: p. m Local 1 to p. m. Moil Ja Cibu'e Limited Limited 3 it. a in South N O. Vestibule la t3 p. m. Florida is Limited u:ir.a ra. Local ttsj p. m. Vettibule arrives !fco p. m. Blue-Gra- rior, rolling a wivngo pair of eyes, "I nm not afraid of it." Paris llappcl. A 8Al colonel?" a very clever pianist, when sitting next to Col. Jlamollot at tho dinner table, asked him in a winning1 tone of voice: "Are you fond of music, Mme. !., "Madame," replied tho war- MISTAKE, INDF.KD. Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., Miners and shippers of the GEN'UIN'K Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents tor Stanford land d Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and crossing. WATTS. HIGGINS 6 rail-to&- 'WAHs7Awa? f 5 lAVeX fflftlP TEE A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST Office over McRoberta Drue Store in the ne Owsley Buildlnz. Stanford. RILEY HOUSE F. B. HILEY.IProprletor, London, - - - Kentucky. I hare moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience Give me a calL 77 de-nr-d. Miss Fernleaf (showing visitor through conservatory) Yes; these oro our cacti. Papa is so fond of them he spends most of his time among them. Nearsighted Visitor Beautiful! And what a peculiarly formed ono this is! Do you mind me pulling ono of those stickers out? FRANK RILZY. Th.9 Ploronos Hotel, JELLICO fENNKSSKE, Mrs. J. B.j Montgomery, Prop. 33-6- Th best hotel In the city and the only one with Especia attention n sample room for drummer Co the traveling public. Rates fi, THE OLD JACZSOXT SOUSE, SAM B.WARNACK, Pror. The Peculiarly Formed One (as ho ! feels the pull) ? ? ? ? Puck. A Little Darling' Dlacovnrr. London, - - KENTUCKY. Professor Some of tho grandest inRefitted and refurnished and r wav ore- - ventions of the age have been tho repared to attend the wants of the public. Rates sult of accidental discoveries. vecy reasonable. Young Lady I can readily bolievo it. Why, I made an importaut discovjreurm . aa ery myself, and it was the purest accident, too. "I should llko to hear it." "Why, I. found that by keeping a bottlo of ink handy, a fountain pen SmPoaiTtmr??pr.6te Treat??5t' "l9tln? o and two Xtaii5 Ointment. Cyes Ointment far mim can be used just tho same as any other A earn pen without any of tho bother and muss of filling it." N. Y. Weekly. St-i- nx kMttF "Sffiif1" , JAPANESE IIE CUPR ' n. never-fallin-g CONSTIPATION Jree. 1"?. r Wis B GVoXXSTEEa laraed only br A. R. PENNY, Stanford, Ky. ...IF yOU ARE GOING you? Sufferer Hurt? After ho got my mouth filled with rubber he soaked mo with all tho jokes in last week's funny papers, which I had been reading in his reception-roowhllo waiting my m the dentist's Sympathizing Friend to-da- y. The Modern Inqulaltlon. Sufferer I had a horrible timo Did he at hurt with them or their religion, but thnt condition of neglect, details of which I could not possibly desire in print To such as these our slum nursery is a blessed Inxm. Tho little ones are brought to us early in tliu morning, nml through the day are lovingly and tenderly cared for washed, clothed and fed allowed to sleep in peace or play in safety; and those who have been mere bags of bone's, wizened, old and feeble, seem to grow back to childhood under the sunnj loving influence. Thero was one little one in our nursery especially bright and sweet whose name was Lilly, bho was one of those s of which I spoke beautiful in disposition as well as face. She would sinjr most sweetly the simple little choruses of the tealvntion army songs tnught them in the nursery, and made a lovely picture with her sweet face lighted up and framed with its wealth of golden curls. The parents of tho little ones are visited by the slum officers, and so they went tho house ono day to where Lilly's mother lived. On tho threshold they met tho father a rough, brutal man. Holding out their hands they greeted him, but he pushed them away, saying ho wanted nothing to do found in a henrt-breaktn- g child-nngci- there is the drink curso which should bo spent, and II properly followed ) A4Ed.ft. Are lh best because hev run lljhi.r in.! ,.,n .i overshadows tho larger proportion o! it will lead to your taking h train 01 the Krealetsarlrty of work than any other iewimr mstrictoi neniuciy machine Tho thec children. Its awful effect on Wisconsin Central from the Grand Cenchild-lif- e .SALE OK in the slums could fill a whole tral Passenger Station, ChfcKO, for lake Lndios of Lincoln County volume. Fir.st, there is tho heritnire. Villa, Antioch, Burlington, Mukwoungn, Am cordially 'Invited to call at the bl Asaph Some of them arc born of Crop, &c. Hotel and examine the machine, at well as sam. Waukesha, Waupaca, Aehlaud or some Land, parents. When we hear of a child other equally popular resort where rest, plesofltsork Mc.MUKKAY I1KOS , born to parents who have some ad- enjoyment, recreation and sport are to be As Esecutnr of W M. lllsglns, deed., ( will J" Stanlord, Ky vanced disease of lung or heart, or liHd iu all their plentitude. For descrip- sell at public auction on tho premises on brain, we pity it and look with fore- tive pamphiet, "Along tho line," write to VOU ARI. .. bodings upon its future, feeling that Jf8 C. Pond. General Passenger Aent, Thursday, May 31, 18941 sooner or later it will become the prey Milwaukee, Wis. .1 h Fatm of of its parent's enemy. Hut how much Wrinkles, nnd hollow cheoks, nnd dull, I am lust back from the rltie. with a targe more should we pity tho child of tho sunken eyes, don't always mean that n 234 Acros of Land, wHIaefeUed stock ofMILI.INEKV, which I and ll chra per than ever. Mis. Laura woman who has been drinking hard for woman's old. Half the time, thov only About 75 Acres in cultivation now. the remainder Jatlio. 11". penortilntmrrfroin Cincinnati, haarngai;ed with years, nud of the man who has lost all show that aho's overworked or sulferlng. in erats, situated 4 inllis from Crali Orchaid, Hi me and I can tulles from Stanlcril and mile from Cedar (rwk cuarrnlre satisfaction In ...... manly instincts in the saloon! To such women, to every woman who Is Mntlou, on the I.. K. N railroad. Two story frame llcular. (.all aad see mv toods. room and MISS'I.ICCIK IIEAZLEV, There hae been sad cases In which tired or nlllictcd, Dr. Pierco's Favorite house, lour r oms also diningsmoke house, kitchen, an Ice cistern, Stanford, Ky. the mother has gone out to drink, leav- Prescription safely nnd certainly brings porches, Ac, good In yard, large bain, two corn house, double cubin ing the little ones without food or fire, back health and strength. It's a legiti- cribs, two buggy houses and a lllacktmith Shop, Tools, 1 lie In locked in tiieir bare room. She lias mate medicine that corrects nud cures; a and aa Ac.whole. farm will be oflered beartwo tracts a Land notes will interest been arrested, taken to tho station-hous- e tonic that invigorates nnd builds up; a from Jan. 1, 1813, si percent In 6 In nervine that sootues and strenctuens months: one third in u months and by the police, and the little ones S months Good school In $ mile of house. have been found, long, weary hours For all the derangements, irregularities Alderney cows with calses. Two doors above and weeknesflefl peculiar to women, it is a cows and calves. Alwaf s on hand afterward, crying from hunger. cows without caltes If it tho only guaranteed remedy. Tho Nobicst and Nicest Goods? One little baby was rescued from its doesn't benefit or cure, you have your I steer. I male co. fighting parents bv our slum sisters. money back. Cad be had in the market. Prices lower than lb 3 caltr and when taken to our Salvation army lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call i sows and pl). sad It won't do to experiment with Cashoafs. nursery it was in a stuper. A few days 13 male hog. tarrh. There's the constant danger of aI work horses. good buggy marethat alady can Mia. Kate MAKY I) A VIC nimnrnin afterward it died, and the doctor who Duddtrar. Manager Stanford, Ky performed tho autopsy said it died as driving it to tho lungs. You can have drive COMMERCIAL "LOCK a perfect and permanent cure with Dr. young mare In foal by Hackly't saddle horse. truly a victim of alcoholic poisoning ar head of sheep as anj' older case lie had had to diag- baue s Catarrh llemeny. is iambs. Household and kitchen lurnlture, firming Be it remembered that this baby nose. A Million Frlondd. such as shovel and turning plows, hay Sh.op. was but fifteen months old. Not only mowinp machine, veaccn, A friend Iu nerd Is a frteml indeed, and tot less rake, had it been nursed by n drunken moth- thin one milliou hae found Jut such a friend in rockaway, spring wagon, corn shellcr, ro.n New ti er, but the liquor had been poured Dr. Kings Colds Discotery for Consumption. cru.lier, wheatol fan,coo,straw cutter, plosr gear, iieKhlItop'nVd on we wit: keep l" S,ret all times the lard, vinegar, corn, hay, llutcherShop where at have thit etc. Also a lot ha If best meats that the country affords. V will handown its little throat when It cried. Coughs and Medicine, you trial revtr used you straw, etc. ill cnnvltice one great Cough Also a ol acres, well powers Perhaps its lot is happier than those thit it hi wonderful curatUe Lung in all dis- bercd.ou track of knob landnear 10Cox's Gap, tlm dle nothing but the best and w Ottcnhcim pike sold Kaeh boteases ol the Throat, Chest and who do not receive the liquor in largo tle Is guaranteed to do all that Is claimed or mon separate SEIJL, FOR CASH ONLY, All enough doses to poison them right cy will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. K ary sums under S10 cash. All over due Janu1, iS.,5, with Interest from day of sale and Pcnn) 'sdtugstore. Large bottles soc and Jt. Asweran not keep booka. Oar customers will away, but drag through a secured by personal security, W U HIGOINSKt life which ends in crime, state prison '"',"" We na wt eood corn fed ronage of the public "7.w also buy "licit the patA ladr at Tooleys, I a , was very sick with bil. cattle and hogs ANDERSON CAllR A CO., or the electric chair. ious colic when M. C Titter, a prominent mer81 J" of the ton cm Stanford, Kjr. Apart from the direct effect upon chant Colli, Cholera andher a bottle o( Chamber-He IMarrhica Remedy lain's these poor little bodies thero Is the stvs she was ell in 4t minutes after tiling the ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF first brutal treatment these little ones re- gist, dose For a)e by Or. S G. Hockrr, Drug Stanford ceive from drunken parents. Many n A one, when it comes to us, lias upon it the marks of violence cuts, bruises and scars. And generally they are AtKlngsvllle, Kontucky. drink-soaked Stock, HQspQotfully Invited. 1 One-thir- d one-thi- rd rost-OfTlc- 1 1 1 1 1 two-hors- e 1 ITew Moat ' ii . 1 1 1 1 1 I'st-cla- drink-curse- d Mrs. Corey Saunders Mrs. R, MM ER, -- Stock of Merchandise I II Harris Hamilton -- Willoren M NTl A M.VKINO establishment n the pink .ottage on Lower Main street, Stanford, and bertadv to leceiveordcri Apill i. They use tne latest and inot fashionable lutterns and guarantee satisfaction A trial Is solicited im DEALER : IN- - lurther v.ivfi As assignee of Glass A Jotnson, will, until Fancy Groceries, Do- AT COST FOR CASH! The stock of merchandise ', V. ,..i. eLld ,0", s1 " " Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Full stock of Fruit aud Ornamental Treos, Grape Vines, Asparagus, Small Fruits, Shrubs, and usually found in a nursery establishment we sell direct to the planter and have no agents. Catalogues on application ever-vthiU- K Foreign and Candies, Nuts, dttir ng to bur the stock as a whole will' do location me for terms. All persoiji indebted to the Urn must d settle with me. KDWARU tf r' " Xiock -- '"? ' at Klnr..lll. wi,is. oIst of Dry Goods, Jons, Groceries, Ac' ,!' coat ur ALCORN. Trustee. e lor I hi. benefit of II. K. HILLENMKYEH, mestic Fruits, Tobacco, Cigars. Headquarters lor almost anything you want. When you want a first-clas- 5 Lexington, Ky, The Myers House, ! W GKEF.N. Proorietor Nice Turnout Tor Sale. A good Horse, Harness and a single Surrey, as rood as new. for sale for the love price of Sim. Call at Joe Rout's to see It, or on Judge T. L. Shelton it you want to buy. L. A. FARISS, Lexington, Ky. Stanford, s : : : n Kontucky. I am still running thla Hotel and will continue to Rive my gurtis the poiusi alien, tion as welt as the best the market a (Turds. meal for 25c, call on him. Special Attention to tho Traveling Public. Whtn you want a firsi-cUss DE. W. B. PENNY Dentist. Office South bide Main St., in office recently vacated by Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. R ZIMMER. Stanford, Ky. turnout cone to say LIVERY STABLE. Trice to suit the bard tiroes, at the Myers House Office Call or leave o.der torn Ilallo. A NORTH or WEST, ...,..THR, eriou Condition. Banks What did her father aay, when you told him that you wanted to marry his daughter? Rivera Well, ho didn't absolutely refuse, but ho Imposed a very serious condition. I LOUiaVILLt 4 NASHVILIC ). R. Banks What was it? Rivers Ho said he would seo me hanged first. Brooklyn Life, If r VI The Perverted Chronometer. ately. The father again threatened Bertie Van Stay Isn't that an alarm her, and tho little ono stood trembling clock golntj off In the hall? between tho two not knowing which Double Dally May Wheat Yes. Malce close connections at to obey, and yet dreading tho conBertio Van Stay Who on earth in sequence of disobeying either. Just LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI your family rises at midnight? as tho girls were going to withdraw For all points. May Wheat Papa does, If I haven't their request, and before they could inTHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH gone to bed then. Puck. terfere, the mother sprang in a fit of For any information enquire of rage upon tho child, nnd twining her A Drawback. IOES. mu, Agent. hand in tho bright curls, tore out by Or Stanford, Ky Miss Leftover After all, I am glad tho roots a handful of golden hair. W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. A(f ent, I was not a peer's daughter. Junction City, Ky Thus can drink brutalize even a mothLady Litolife Indeed! Why? er's heart 1. Castleman. A. G. Lsnhas John Miss Leftover I notice that Burke's There Peerage gives tho exact date of the that fall nro other terrible consequences inupon some of birth of even nobleman's child. N. Y. nocent victims. Their these little mothers take World. them with them into the common lodging-The Difference. houses to pass the night, and, full"Marriage," remarked the profes ing asleep in n drunken stupor, besor, "was a rite practiced by the an- come unable to protect their babies, who are henco left to tho mercy of the cients" OF LIVERPOOL. "And bachelorhood," interrupted a brutes inhabiting such places, who maideu of forty, "Is a wrong practiced often respect neither weakness nor Innocence. Mrs. Jialllngton Booth, in BARBEE & CASTLEM AH by tho moderns." Ilarper's Bazar. ho would believe in them if the would go in and "get that woman converted," with a toss of ids head toward the room which he could hardly call home. On entering they found "that woman" drunk, and the room showing all the signs of the wreckage and disorder that her life had caused. To open the conversation in a friendly manner they drew Lilly to them, and asked her to sing a lltto song which was a great favorite with her. At that moment they heard an angry voice at tho door threatening tho child if she dared sing it, and turning thej saw her father. Tho mother, enraged by his interference, demanded of the child that she slnir it immedi- Carriage Fainting and Trimming JAMES. VKAGER. I am now prepared to do all kinds of Carriage Painting, Trimming and Repairing;. Give me a call. Over Daugheity'i shep on Main stieet. THOMAS VEAOER FIRST NATIONAL BANK or sTA.sroRo, kv. m YjEAGER & YEAGER, UTE&7, JOHN io-6- m II. DeNARDI. Stauford Ky. US AM TUIK. STABLE, Capital Stock urplua 9200,000 21,300 ,nli. AS ASSIGNEE OP Special Kates to Commercial ilea. A. A. WARREN I offer for sale privately his STANFORD, KY. II you Deed livery give ua a call Nothing but turnouta will leave our stable. Sk us for rates. In our first-cla- ss WHOLE STOCK of GROCERIES, litre anil terms. The stock has been cleared of all damaged goods, &c , on reasonable HARNESS SHOP You will find a good assortment of Itatness, Saddles, Ac. Have) our repatriate done by our man he understands his business. We have a mechanic in our Hri-dle- a, li the line for you, as iti Trains Is in First Class Condition -- and located In one of the most desirable stands In s work and satisfactory the city The agency ol the daily papers will be Will guarantee Tiv our horse ahovr. transferred to nurchasesr of stock and m a sourco price of comlderablerctenuc. Agents for Dccring Machines, the lightest draft J. 11. I'AXION, machine on earth. Assignee, it first-clas- BLACKSMITH SHOP. ROYAL MANAGERS, Stock of Goods Just Received. Most every design of Rocking Chairs one could wish for, such ns Rattan, Boston, Veranda, Reception, Vienna, Cut Oak and Elm Dinner, NEW and COMPLETE Oak, Walnut and Cherry Bedroom Suites, Insurance Company Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South, W. . TEIBBLE, Local Agrat, STANFORD, KV. lie And what would you do if I kissed you? She (with dignity) I'd call mamma, (After a pause) But mamma's out this evening. Life. An Important Afterthought. N. Y. Ledger. Connected with the furniture line in my store. You will find that my prices will revive that once indifferent and sluggish demand for Fur niture. Call and see my stock. OOMFMTS Bed Lounges, Couches and Beautiful line of Large Mirrors, Pictures, Easier, Sideboards, Mattresses and Springs. In fact you can find most of the Attention of th nubile ,k. that this Is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of th National Uaak Act depositors are secured not only by th capital stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor aa amount equal to th slock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of 1400,000. riv sworn statement ofthacondtlioo of afraa4cchyarto th United States thtbaak govara-miand Its assets ar eaimlued at stated time by government agents, thus securing addititoaa and perfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, originally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanlord in iSjl, then led aa th National Hank ol Stanford in Ms and agam reorganised a the Hirst NaliooaJ Bank ol Stanford in has had practically an uninterrupted eslitenc of years. Itis better supplUd now with facilities for transacting bustus prompt ly and liberally than ever before In its long ud honorable career. Accounts of corporations fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully sollc- Th Dirsctory ol this Bank is composed ol Forestus Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J.W. Hayden, Stanford S.H, Ilaughman,Ltncoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; 'J-MilleMr. Vernon J.S Hocker, President; John J. McRoberu, Cashier; A. A, McKinney, AssisUnt Cashier. nt 1 .. i$, ;t r, F JTOME Faraers Bank&Trnst Or'STANFORD,:KV la now fully organised and ready for business Co wit. W. W. WITHEBS. Paid up Capital of - . i Jarentla Tea. Hostess Do you take sugar and RATGHED TEN MONTHS. milk with your tea? Little Girl No, ma'am; I tnkes a little tea with my sugar and milk. Good A troublesome skin disease .ftetvs. caused me to scratck-(aten months, and has been A Foolish Tosth, Hetty Why did yoa Jilt him? cured by a low days' use of Betty Because he was so tlrosomo. M. H. Wolff, Upper Marlboro, Md He always asked permission when ho wished to kiss mo. Truth, r "hen Ilaliy was sick-- vre jjavo hir Costori. When alio wo a Child, aha cried for CastorU. When &ho locamo Miss, aha clung to CastorU. When she had Children, ahe gfve them CajstorU. , F iurplus, . $200,000. 20000. 17 SWIFT p. . I was cured several years ago of whlto swelling In my leg by using KXVjS anJ hve d no aymptomi of re KaSaHsf turn ot tlie Jls' ease. Many prominent physician attended me and all failed, but S. S. S. did the work. Vxvu W. Kiukpatrick, Jobnsou City, Tena. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. 3 ECIFIC At a Heoeptloa. With rings on her Angers sod brtles a her toes, Uer corns must be pinched worse than anyone knows. -H- aMlo. L t i Prescribing at Sore Cnrsi. Jack I nm troubled preutly with May Why don'tyou talk to yourself after going to bed? Town Topics. A Persons who sympathize with the afflicted wil rejoice with D. E. Carr, or 1115 Harrison atreet, Kansas City. He if an old sufferer from Inflammatory Rheumatism, but has not btrutofore been troubled In thia climate. Last winter ha went up into Wisconsin and in consequence haa had another attack. "It came upon me again very acute and severe," be said. "My joints swelled and became Inflamed, aore to touch and almost to look my at. Upon the urgent request of Ilalm mcthcr-i- n Pain to reduce law, I tried Chamberlain' the awellmg and case the palu, and to my agreeable aurpnse it did both. I haye used three 50c bottle and believe it-- to be the finest thlnj; for rheumatism, pains and swellings extant." For sale by Dr. 8. G. Hocker, Druggist, btanlord. 23 90 Ib9 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? It rifini that tha Queen sal Crescent Untile Is It s&IWi ihorVM tetwetn Ctevlniuti aul l..iliiUn sa inline slmrtcit t'lnclrnatl lj KU--r ' iViibii "nll 4 ft rlfltl nciouatl W.Suv Orlc.nii IHulli. ttioruil Clailunati to C'luitUaovsa, Atlanta, ir JukaunrllU. I lorl J. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS the shore po!ntl. Thrnnah firs U Vlekstinre ml Shree,. Irs. Only- - la rnnalnv llirmif'i nn (tnennati ID KnvxrilU ant jMhetllle. .S. C. Direct line tu Truiul JUiku via New llrleani or il .Shuve ijrt. Ask arenu aLout Inure In CatlfurnU. Kruin Iuittflle. ritiflbrrllle n4 I.awri" ilmra. tllrrct eonneetluu Is rua-Jat Lulmua Jl lKjiaU South. wltaseiukaltiltra j.j. Williams, Mt.V.Rrnon0sM: b. H. Shanks, Stanford; St"J. S. Owsley, Stanford; LINCOLN NATIONAL SUCCESSOR Now closing up) with th same ass U and undtr lha same management. . . By provisions of Its chaiter, depositors fully protected as aie depositors in NaSoaal Banks, iu shareholder being held IndividuaUy laoU to the of th amount sloifc therein at the par value th.reof, in of th.ir to th addition amount invested in such share. It c...nd!wrau.I.n"nU,I1,0r' trU$- t-' To ihoift rha tntniitaxiika!. U..1.1. Llnco,n National Bank Ol nanr thanks aad .vT w"m' h,r? eon,lnu t0 their buimm ISh ofle,ln luarant for prompt attta-tio- n .1' tins, pur twenty year is - tTK ,.t,nt WS .. .- UnJ'r " - these nights. Bucauln'aArnics Salve. Tha beat salve In the world tor cuts, Iru.sra tores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sore, tetter, chsj -pd hands, chilblains, corns and all skin enp tlonaanispositivelycure piles or no pay reqi r d. It guaranteed to J?iv. perfect satisfactl'ts or mony refunded. Prica 5 cents per Ko sale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. i vr. c. m.NEAUsox, Gcn'l Pass'r Ajcat, Clacumati.i). Teacher What Is tho passive mood of the verb to work? Johnny To Joaf.Chicafo Iltxord. Favorite Mood. b:. (fc. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. ' j , S.J. Euibry, Sianfordj J. II. Ows'e.--, btsnfjrd; J. FJ,Cjsh,Stanroid: Wll im Oroch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, MliledgevilU, Ky W. H. Cummins, P.sacheriyill' W. M. Blight, Ta'Ier. S. H.lShauls.rrciId.nt, Dr.:j.l. Ow:e,Caihler, wiwiwwui.ii ivjjiiiisjswjmfii M.lUkJkt-iriM& f . . fcfr iAa. fc Hwgra.--3f- ., 4 BWJ.