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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894010201 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. TWi - T" Semi Weekly vol. xxi. HUBBLE. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal. NO. 87 CHURCH STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 2. 1894. Dehorn Your Catllo. AFFAIRS. a I V, 1 The idea that dehorning cattlo is cruel The residence of Mr. W. K.Shiiimrs Catliorlno Blnckerhy ha not been H-SS-SRev. Madison Godfrey, of Springnn York Streek is nearly comnleted anil ls oxP'oded, nnd promoters of that theo bo well (or a fuw days. fc have now boon driven to tho ground field, O , recently declared insane, had a Sponcor Ilubblu tins nold bin load of is a beauty. mult'H to Kubanks it It. L. Ilubblu nt The members of the Baptist chii'ch "l,,lU " horns wero uioless thoy would mania for preaching to horses and cattle. Misses Essio Burch, Isabella Bailey presented their organist, Miss N'ellio ceaso to exist; therefore, thoy should not $100. The year past has been to us all a stringent one in money nnd Bettio Rochester united with tho and for matters Dillion, with n handsome lamp as a no destroyed. Wo might as woll object James Knglemnn is down from that reason I have been very lenient toward those 'whose Presbyterian church nt the services Sunto shooting a mad dog. Wo know that Christmas j;lft. county. Miss Mnry Adams, of were due in July. Now Is visiting relatives hero. Tho new city council was sworn in evil is permitted to exist, nnd wu bIpo day morning. Tho now deacons of .the Chrislinn Q. l Bright bas arranged tbe heof this morning nnd will meet to know that it is our business to stamp it Church, Messrs. J. S. Hocker, W. M. club book in good order nnd left it at tbu nppoint town officers. There ara eover-- al out whenever possible. Whoever has once seen n drovu of Bright, J. W, Hnyden, G. A. Peyton and applicants for tho attorney's and maretoro for parties to call in and settle up. horned cattlo bullying and gorging one Will Severance, were ordained Sunday Banks and individuals have MIhhos Mattiu Wlilto and Mngitlfl shal's place. money to loan and I urge those who owe Tho first Sabbath-schoowas instituOne of tho most enjoyablo Bocial another can have.'.no further doubt on Rwlnubroiul both gavo entertainments C at0nce l necd thc mncy, it is due me and Xmas week that wero enjoyed by a boet oventa of thu holidays was thu phantom tho subject. Horns were, of course, a ted in 1787. There are now In tho Unit- nvanUt"10 , with of friuuds. Mr. Lane nnd Miss Liza party given by tho young Indies nt tho necessary protection against wild ani- ed States 108,939 Spoonamore, of Boutin Vista, visited Collego on Friday evening. About $Q mals In the forests nnd jungles, but they 8,0 19,000 acholara. The world has 20,07S. Sabbath-schoscholars. couples wero present. An elegant lunch nre now an anachronism. The purpose 595 friends hero last week. At tho regular election of tho Chria-tia- n To my customers for their patronage Our little 7illago is on a boom again. was served during tho evening nnd all for which they wore created has ceased of the past and hope to ever Endeavor Sunday, tho old oflicera merit your confidence. Wo are going to havo a griit mill, r new went as merry as a marringn bell. Those to exist, nnd it Is timo to put nn end to ntore and there ia talk of a new shot). who entertained weru Misses Sallio nnd tho power which their posossion gives with tho exception of Mies Alice Holm-e- a who declined to bo treasurer longer, Austin and Ed aro going to commence Mnttio Klkln, Ada Farra and Altyo of indicting suffering and death, not wero elected as follows: P. M. McRob-ert- s, ' only on their fellows, hut onlmen. Acwork on their mill hero about Wednes- Marksbury. President, Miss. Lucy Johns, Vice Mrs. J. C. Frank will ahortly move cidents frequently occur whero all care day. They will nuke meal nnd chop to Flemlngshurg to nuke her future has Ijeon observed, and are still common. President; Miss Annie Hale, Treasurer grain for feed. Mr. Joe Jarvis is talking and James Benzley Secretary. of putting up Roods. He is from Gar- home. She will bo accompanied by her er in those places where cattlo aro nllow-eRev. W. D. Heddleson, tho faithful to roam about at will. rard county nnd seems to ho a nice three youngost children and Mr. Dehorning prevents these frightful ac and beloved pastor of Paint Lick Presbyan Miss Llda will attend school young man and wu wish him success, though the good business at this place in Lexington. Ti-- people of Lancaster cidents and modifies tho temper of tho terian church, has resigned his charge - FOR will greatly regret to give up this excel- animal acted upon without in any way and will likoly move to Oxford, is not very flattering these hard times. Ho has been wnh tho congregalent family. injuring It. It is most desirablo that tho -- Mr. W. II. Fain, of Buckeye, wns operation bo performed on all cattle, tion for over threo yenrs and his work A Model School. On Friday last wo visited tho Hchool beforu County Judgo Kobinson Satur- The bulls are rendered less dangerous. has indeed beon a labor of love to tho now being taught by Miss Mary I). Car-to- r day on a wnrrnnt charging him with per- the cows aro safer and quieter, nnd the community in which ho lived. Lancas In our line. Prescriptions compounded accurately from the very quite an jury, sworn out by Ben F. Evans. At steers fatten faster. Besides, they aro all ter Record. at McCormncks. W foa --The Rev. Dr. W. W. Parker, of appreciative audionco of patrons aai the last term of tho circuit court much easier to handle. Cold weather is the 'beat timo for de. Richmond, Va., has prepared a bill which there to hear the exam cation of Kvnns was the prosecuting witness classes and enjoy an interesting prurf m agiinst John Clark for soiling whisky, horning. Tho process is simple, consist- will bo presented in tho present Virginia Prompt attention given to all customers. Come and see our goods. which tho literary society of the school and Clark's nttornev b roue lit in Mr. ing merely of sawing on the horn cloeo Legislature for tho suppression of drunkhad prepared for that occasion. Tho pu Fain as a witness on Evans' character to tho head, the animal having first been enness. He proposes to make drunkpils manifested great interest and mark and his testimony against Kvans was securely tied. To remove tho horns from enness a misdemeanor, tho minimum ed progreos in their studies. Tho con pretty strong. After hearing the case, tho heads of calves, tho animals should punishment of which shall be thirty cert recitations, clam drills, dialogues, Judgo Uobinson held Mr. Fain to tho not be more than three weeks old. Tho dayainjail. Tho bill, it ia Baid, will Druggist, Stanford, Ky. essays and songs wero unusually good. grand jury in the sum of $100. Kvans chemical dehorner used by Dr. Salmon, meet with considerable Bupport from all reflecting much credit alike on pupils through his nttornoy, J. Mort Rothwell, of the Bureau of the Animal Industry, nt classes. Tho meetingat tho Methodist church Washington, was a mixture cf 51 parts and teacher. Miss Carter has been un- has sued Fain for $10,000 damages. of caustic'soda, 25 parta of kerosene oil continues with wide spreading influence. tiring In her elTorts for tho advanceThe wheels of the police court wero ment of her pupils nnd wo congratulate moving nt a lively rate Wednesday nnd and 20 parts of water, An emulsion ia Rev. II. C. Morrison, who ia preaching her ou her success. Our neighborhood the following cases wero disposed of by made of tho soda and kerosene by heat- with great power and effect, seema nevfeels a just prido in this school. The Judgo Hemphill: Mollio Aldridge, Sa- ing and stirring vigorously, and this is er to tiro of tho work, and Sunday con building recently repainted and papered, rah Leavell, Clay Green, Win. Uoyston, dissolved in water. Tho mixture is then ducted a prayer meeting till past mid is a model of neatness and comfort, be- Alex Anderson. Hannah Belle Best nnd placed in n bottlo with a solid rubber night. The crowds which gather nightsides it is well supplied with modern Jim Wiggle, nil colored, were fined 5 cork, which Is nsed to rub tho mixture ly largely exceed the capacity of the of nil each for shooting "craps." Tho followdesks and improved school-charin at the end of tho coming horn. Tho house. Sunday 12 or 15 united with the kinds. Tho good that is being accom- ing persons, all colored, sold whisky: preparation is a strong one, nnd must be Methodist church, while several of the plished there ages may tell. Charley Anderson, two cases, f50 each; carefully npplled. A stick of caustic pot- others received additions. There is no We are now moved and settled in the room around the Farmers N. 0. H. Josh Hay, one case, $50; Sarnh Schooler, ash rubbed on until the skiu looks red telling when the meeting will close. Bank & Trust Co., and prepared to carry on twoews, $50 each; Qulnn rainier, two dish will answer the same purpose. Tho Danvillk. The new city counci There will ha plenty of novelties nt chhcs, $50 each; Sweety Gill, two cases, calves will grow up hornless. elected tho following officers: Eld. J. L California's Midwinter Fair. One of foOeach; Slownrt I lumber, plain drunk, Allen, Mayor; Frank N. Lee, Clerk; Garrard College. considerable interest will bo a veritable $5. First-Glass Considering the financial pressure, Charles C. Fox, City Attorney; Charles lake of quicksilver. Cannon balls, sledge The death of Miss Sue Doty, daugh It. McDowell, Police Judge; B. J. Durhammers, rocks nnd other heavy articles ter of Jesso Doty, of this county, on Inst Garrard Collego has, so far. had an prosperous year, having unrolled ham, Treasurer; Thomai Helm, Chief of will be placed beside tho lake, and visit- Sunday was one of peculiar sadness and Your are cordially invited to Come in and inspect LIS pupils to date. Tho organization Police. This is Mr. Allen's third term ors will bo privileged to sail these Htrange has cast a gloom over thu closing dnys of craft In tho silver sea. Another exhibit nu eventful year. Shu was in the 10th and work hnve been very satisfactory, as Mayor. While Geo. W. Pipes and family is to be a house built of pine boirds l,r0 year of her age, of extraordinary beauty and everything has been moving smoothfeet long. Tho house will ho of that nnd of rare accomplishments. Funeral ly. The classes now being taught, em- were visiting neiglibors last night their Ungth and not n cross crack will bo seen services conducted by Rev. Heddleston, brace thu English brnnched, Latin, Greek, house was set fire to and destroyed. And get Nothing was saved and the loss will ap in its sides. insisted by Kjv. J. It. Tercy, of tho Germnn, Mathematics, Music nnd Art, in Presbyterian church, wero held at tho all which tho ofiort on tho part ol the proximate $3,000. Gov. McKinney, of Virginia, is worriMany of tho Danville merchants Presbyterian church in this place at 1:30 faculty in to do thorough work. A numed nhont tho cost of administering justice ber of teachers from other counties are have adopted tho 30 day settlement plan. m. Jan. 1st, after which the remains in the state. In his recent message ho 1. j. w . uatn, a wealthy old bnchelo1" Before Buying. wero interred in tho cometery. Tho at- expected to bo in nttendauco nfter thu points out that tho criminal expenses of from Bloomington, died Thursday, aged tendance was immenuj and the symyB-thie- s holidays. thu stale havo increased at nn alarming Advocate. Prof. Elliott has for years, made the for tho bereaved family aro univer-st- l. ratio. From $7S,000 in KSiW, they became training of teachers n specialty; and his. t flit mo ly.o. uourtat Terro Hauto has SHU.OOOin 1S70 nnd j:t'Jl,000 in 1SSC1. pupils are to he found among tiie inot-- t had Miss Lizzie Thompson entertained orders served on Grand Master Sar Ho recommends as n cure for this statu tho Sunibwer Club Friday evening Hiiccecsful in charge of the Common gent and Grand Secretary of things salaries instead of fees, and the Arnold, of the Georgia Miller will entertain thu Schools in different parts of Kentucky Locomotive and Firemen payment of costH by tho people who Mis brotherhoods, samo club this, Monday, evening. .Miss nnd in several other States. During his which restrains them from ordering, adcat i so needless prosecutions. second term, ho will havo a Normal vising or Mary .sch Hughes returned to Lincoln, encouraging a strike, or even Chamois skin is one of tho many things .Neb,, to iUy to tike charge of her music Class consisting of those who expect to communicating with the men of that seldom met with nave by proxy. Nearly clasH. Mr- - and Mrs. W. A. Berkelo have teach, in which clas will bo discussed loin uy any method. Mr. Sargent sjs Will be delivered right at your door on the following days or the day dethereafter. You will not be disappointed. It will be out your way nil of tho chamois skin In this market is moved to Boylo county, where Mr. B. the principles and methods of doing the clares however, that tho order will not made of sheep skin or goat skin from will operate his distillery. Earnest Brown work in tho school room. He offers rea- auect him in tho lean and that no law on as follows: Kngland and Frnnco. A dealer in these returned Io Louisville on Sunday. Key, sonable rates and special advantages to eurui win compel n mail to work in the Crab Orchard and Preachersville Pikes Every Monday thu teachers of Garrard and tho adjoin- absence of a substitutes declares that a single import- Graham I' rank has returned to Lexingcontract unless ho is a Dudderar's Mill Pike all the ton. Miss Dunn, of Danville, is tho ing counties nnd solicits their patronage. Every Tuesday ing house could use in one year -- Corbott and Mitchell were arrested Lancaster Pike true chamois skin that Switzerland pro- guest of Miss Gene Bmli. Mr. Horace Every Wednesday Tho Q. it C. would bo pleased to have in Jacksonville, according to a pro-n- r duces in 10 years. Tho genuine article ilerndon will leavo this week forOxford, nil fanners, or others who aro Danville Pike Every Thursday interested, rangeu program ol the Duval Athletic fetches nearly three times the price of Ohio, to attend school. Misses Mary drop us a card, asking for information Uub, tho object being to Hustonville Pike Every Friday test tho State tho substitutes. and Maggio Bright, of Stanford, are vis- about our land seekers' excursions. law in reference to glove contests. The Somerset Pike Every Saturday iting Miss Lizzio Thompson. Miss Man-ni- TieketB at One Faro for Bound Trip, Tho largest irrigating flume in CaliforSta"ford Henry has returned from Monticel-Io- , from Cincinnati, Louisville or Lexing- pugilista gave bond to appear Every Saturday nia was completed last week. It is in but habeas corpus proceedings were in Ark. Rowland ton, Ky., to points in Kentucky, Tennes- Bti tiled yesterday on Every Wednesday Fresno county, and is b'l miles long, extho ground that see, Alabama, Mississippi, and points in the arrests wero ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. ' tending from Stevenson Creek, nt an Threo small boys caused an expenillegal. of COO feet, to Coyis, 12 miles sive smash-uGov. Lewelling fired Mrs. Lease on tho New York, Penn- Georgia as far east, as Augusta; also to of 100 feet. sylvania & Ohio railway at Cleveland. New Orleans nnd Mobile. Excursions from the State Board of from Fresno, nt nn elevatiou Charities, an acIt will carry 1500 cubic feet ol water per Tney released tho brakes an 12 cars load January 8th, Fobuary Sth, March Sth tion which all will admit demonstrates 20 day for that the Kansas second, and will bring 10,000 ncres of ed with old rails, which collided with n and April 0th, Limited to Executive is a man ol now land under cultivation. Many mil- freight train and wero torn into kindling return. Write to W. P. Cooley, T. P. A. nerve. It seems that Mrs. Lease objectlion feet of lumber will also bo lloated wood and the rails twisted out of shape. Cleveland, O ; O. A. Baird, T. P. A., De- ed strenuously to tho appointment of a For the next 30 days we will sell Men's, Boys' and Children's down annually. The loss will reach Bovernl thousand dol- troit, Mich., or A. J. Lytlo, N. P. A., democrat in one of the State institutions, Chicago, Ills., for Information as to rates, declaring that either ho or she would is lars. The Kentucky tide of Tho State treasury was replenished etc., and for literature on tho South, or have to go. now setting toward Frankfort. A man's In un encounter between Miller Friday by a check for fl'0,000, this sum to W. O. Hinenrson, Gen'! Pass'r Agent, services aro estimated at so much higher Bishop and his son Willie, near Rocky At unprecedented low prices. A few being a part of tho unexpended balance Cincinnati, O, figure lu public than In private place of tho 1100,000 World's Fair appropria Tho volcano Popocatepetl, near Hill, the father was shot threo times and that the latter, though it may still be the tion. Tho sum of $7,500 In addition to Poublo, Mexico, is in a violent state of his throat cut, while thu sou received one of honor, is no longer "in it" in tho Boveral dangerous knifo wounds. this is tied up in in the injunction suit eruption. Bish-o- p matter of profit. If you aro anybody, The largest estates in Austria aro former price. Il you need anything in these good brought on tho trouble by shooting To close at one-habrought by Maj. S. P. Gross, who operayou nre "out for tho stutr." Louisville it will pay you to see our stock before purchasing. ted the restaurant in the Kentucky buil- those of Prince Schwarzenburg, 510,000 his sou through tho shoulder. Times'. acres; Princu Lichtanstein, 400,000, and ding. An athletic club was organized in Chairman Springer, of the Houte Archduke Albert, 305,000. Atlanta which will mske a bid for the The precious stones arranged to corThe combined length of tho world's Corbett-Mitchrespond with tho mouths of tho year Committee on Banking and Currency, fiKht it ia not allowed garnet; February hns prepared a bill for an elastic curren- telegraph lineaia 831,000 miles, or, enough to take place at Jacksonville. areas follows: Jauuary, There is no law aginat "prize fighting in Georgia. amethyst; March, bloodstone; April, dia cy system. It provides for a National to encircle the earth about 33 times. A Maine merchant missed some arAn electric searchlight larger ttmu mom!; May, ernorald; June, agate; July, Currency Commission and tho issue in legal tonder notes to National or State ticles from his store. Then he saw one any in uso will bo carneliau; August, sardonyx; September, made by a German chrysolite; October, opal; November, to- banks upon the deposit of government woman stealing, but said nothing, but firm for the United States War Depart- Have open and ready for your inspection anMmmense assortment of bonds 0 approved State or municipal put an ad. in tbe newspaper, naming no ment. If successful, others will paz; December, turquoise. be orInone, but threatening proceedings, bonds. dered for coast fortifications. stead of one, four women Phil Kvans, tho negro sentenced to Crisp has been quoted as Speaker Tho way to make 1894 a prosperous came to settle up. be hanged at Bardstowu Friday, ho expected to see the Wil- year is to make it. saying that attempt Quit borrowing Statistics which show tho number of od to escape from jail Saturday nigtu by son Hill reach tho Senate by February 1,. trouble, ijuit conjuring up hard times, euicidea throughout tho world ia 180,000 cutting tho lock plate of his coll with a nnd at tho latest by ttio middle of tho ttemeinber that the aim will Bhine, tho yearly and the annual number ia increas- cold chisel. month. rains will fall, health and strength aro ing. The greatest number of suicides Five largo iren mills at Pittsburgh When cremation comes in vogue it yours, anu tnai your fortuuo is with happen in June; tho foweat in September; will resume operations this week, KiviuK f will bo impossible for a greeu Ohriatmaa yourself and not with the atari. Couri-t- o nearly tho suicides take placo employment to And you are cordially invited to call and see them while the stock is several thousand men. er Journal. between 0 a. m. and noon. make a fat church yard. iy i Mad-iso- ac-coun- Hub-tonvill- ts TIMES i : ARE : EASIER, l Sabbath-schools- ol "am very grateful H. J. McROBERTS. d Ash-broo- k HAPPY NEW YEAR! Thank You, Call Again. 1 MIssIb-aipp- i. Drugs, Books, Everything DRUGS AND 1 in-bl- ed BLST CHLMICALS. W. B. McROBERTS, MOVEDT SIGN of the BIG STOVE A Grocery Business. OUR NEW GOODS, OUR NEW PRICES, W. H. WEAREN & CO. 7-- T t. u to-da- p Great REDUCTIONS. oflice-Heokor- VETOOATi ll ILAHMEJS9 OIL AIKg . ell W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. FARRIS & HARDIN, d . Holiday Hoods, unbroken. ' x" J one-hal- V ' t v ' ' 2m ?. fm. & jA 1 i c - ti'i- - wiSr? - - V t niw-'-- v- v t r i( Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal KV., JANUARY 2, 1S94 8TANFORD, W. P. WALTON. Bnnks furnished an exception Friday at Sunday and were married. Warrenaburg, Mo. M. D. Smith, who has just reached Mrs. Louis Armstrong created a his 19th birth day, celebrated tho closo ut Barbourvillo by accusing her of the year by marrying Miss Sarah Sin Hon. husband of poisqning her as she lay dy- gleton, a year his junior, at Kingaville. Thk Louisville Times says that youngest meming. He was arrested. Miss Shirley Chenault daughter of Harvey Helm is next tho Bradatreet estimates there are 800,-0- Prof. Jason Chenault of Louisville, will of the House, J. 0. V. Beckham, of ber working men idle in 110 cities of tho wed Mr. B. F.Watkins, of New York, Nelson, being the youngest. Tho country. Tho South shows tho smallest fraternity is represented by Hone. Misa Milbrev, daughter of Mr. James N. per cent, of unemployed. Henry Waterson, will be maid of honor. A. J. Carroll, of Louisville; y bicycle raco in New The Voluoy Howe nnd Miss Besio Lange-toSaunders, of Washington; V. M. Beck York was won by Schock, who had 1,000 of Paris, eloped on CluistmHS day ner, of Clark; A. R. Dyche, of Laurel; R miles to his credit when the contest was to Hutchinson Station where they wero E. Johnson, of Graves; Joel Baker, of The minority of the foreign affairs finished Saturday night. Covington; Albert Charlton, of Louisto have been married. Tho bride's fathfight has been er caught on though, and strongly opHuncock, and committee has made a report on the Tho ville; R. E. Hawee, of matter in which it scores the presi- nrrauged to begin at 11 a. m. on the 25th. posing the match Btarted after them in John 0. Hodges, of Lexington. Tho Senato would be an entirely now body of dent for his dangerous and unwarranted Etlortsaro being made to prevent it hot pursuit. From Hutchinson Station men except for Senators Goebel, Jams, invasion of the rights of Congress declar- from occuring in Florida. tho young people left in a buirgy with Treasurer Herold, of Cali- the stern parent closely following. They Miller and Ogilvie, who served in the ing that his action was contrary with last se68iou and were fortunate enough policy and traditions of the republic and fornia, committed suicide by hanging out drovo the old man, however, and Politically the House tho spirit of the constitution. It further himself with a silk ecarf to a wnstiBtHnd changing boss mo nl tini's, lira lv to be of 25 democratic, 23 republicans says that no other president has ever call-e- l in a hotel at San Francisco. c insists reached Vevay, Ind a distance cf 150 into question tho act of a previous adA Chatanooga steward in tho Methand three populist. Tho Senato has mi es, and were there married. 27 democrats and 11 republicans, tho ministration with reference to ita policy odist Church has been found guilty of FARM AND TRADE ITEMS populists not being represented in that with other governments and condemns adultery with tho wife of a bank presidaily newspapers will he the inovatiou in the severest terms. All dent, a member of tho same church. branch. The John Hill bought in Boyle a IcH ot represented as follows: H. W. Delnp-lain- this is to be expected. The republicans The total output of Colorado g Id feeding cattle at 3 to 3c. Harry Robbins, would have endeavored to have made po- and silver mines increased in value about B. F. Hayden sold to Wm. Moreland litical capital out of the matter, to last year, despite tho cry of 2S hoge, averaging 200 pounds at 4jc. Louisville Commercial; Walter Emmei-boLouisvilio Post; John II. Stuart, matter what Mr. Cleveland had done. Bilverbarous that thu State was ruined,. Catron, of Pulaski, bought of variCincinnati Enquirer; C. M. Walcutt, They are there for that purpose. The residence of Mrs. Sarah kellej , ous parties in this county 10 mules nt Lexington Leader. in Sedalia, Mo., was burned and her two Amblik Rives' new novel, "Tanis, the children, Leons, beven years old, and $79 to 115. Feedstuff sold for cash only, do not The school superintendents in their Sang Digger," is not quito so sensational London, three years old, were burned to ask for credit and be refused. J. H. last week as "The Quick and Dead," but it is pretannual meeting in Louisvilio death. Bauehmnn & Co. commended the new school law as a vast ty lively all tho same. The heroine is a Lottie Collins, the famous Ta-r- a W. A. Tribble Bold for II. N. Wnro improvement on the old, wanting only a poor Virginia girl, who gathers ginseng boom- dancer, broke down while o M. O. Vanderveer, tho old Frnnklin few amendments to perfect it; suggested in the mountains for a living. She falls the curtain was up in a Denver, ui. 78 acres for that superintendent's salaries should bo desperately in love with a big, burlr, theatre and is in a very precarious con- Owsley place in Rowland, $1,000. 10 cents a passionate brute, who, she knows, is ungoverned by a minimum of dition. Tho total yield of wool in tho United pupil, in no case to exceed $1,500 or to worthy of a virtuous woman. She re Georg Woodrutr, of Frankfort, Ind States this year ia estimated at 3H,16('y $500; that county institutes sists for a time the' influence he exerts bo less than has not slept for a month and his case is made in Bhould not last less than five days; coun over her, but the fellow finally drives a puzzle to the doctora. He goes nbout 000 pounde, the largest clip ever one year. ty certificates should be valid only in her into marriage. The scenes and inci hia work every day and doeB not feel tho MattSandidge sold to Shelby Harhi tho county in which thoy are issued; dents leading up to this consummation least drowsy. son, of Lexington, a bay Imare for f375. should are vividly portrayed in Mies Rives' sencertificates that third-clasMrs. Margaret Sanford Brandt, the, Jerry Briscoe sold to same party a ihorto not be issued twice to the same person; suous style and the book is sure to have mother of Capt. Thomas E. Moore, of that holders of such certificates should n run with the class who enjoy that sort Shawhan, Burbon county, celebrated her for $100. J.W. Bibb has rented tho old Stsgg not be allowed to teach a school of more of literature. 100th birthday Friday, at Paris, where firm near Milledgeville and moved to it. a greater than CO pupils and second-clas- s The year thnt has now passed into sho was born. J. W. Bailey has moved to tho farm Mr. number than 80, and that a training history was a tough one financially. Hon. Wm. tCrow, member of the Bibb left. teachers, school should bo organized fer There were 50 per cent, more business last Legislature from Ohio county, is Col. Pate, who started tho raio all of which they ask the Legislature to failures in the United States than in dead. He married for tho second time ciuraenear llie uuy oi .Mexico, una give them. Their requests do not ap was no1892, their number being 15,500, while during the session, in which he tnrown up the sponge and the track pear unreasonable and it is hoped they greater, ted for his oddities. the liabilities were 400 times will be closed. will not get a stone when they ask for Postmaster General Bissell says tho reaching the enormouB sum of $402,400,-000- . Foil Sale. 20 good cotton mules, 21 bread. But few of us are better otT in this Columbian stamps and envelopes mut-- of them mares, average 15 hand?, fat and requi The proportion of idle men who world'sgoods than a year ago, while ma- be disposed of before he will grant ready for market. McRoberts & Briscoe. for other kinds. The huge wouldn't work if they had a chance is ny have lost their all. Mny 1891 bring sitions Addrefs Jerry Briscoe at Shelby City. are not popular. shown in the experience of Chicago. A pence, prosperity and happiness and Embry Ji Fox eold to Gentry Bros, David J. Williams, who died at Sara- four sugar mules and two New York bdup house was erected for the benefit when its last pige is written, may all of toga at the age of nearly ,104 yetrp, ap- Baddlera for the lump price of JfeOO. They of the tramps which infest that city, and us find the debit flitlo blank. pears to have inherited longevity. His also sold to Ed Owens, of Stanford, a they were te be given all the soup they Forced to leave its country for its father is said to have lived to the ago of could drink, provided they would work old harness mare for $150. lottery has 113, and his grandfather to that of 129 on the streets a Bufficient time to pay country's good, the Louisiana Advocate Puer- years. for it. Tho first day over 2,000 rushed pulled up stakes and hied itself to Receipts of live Btock(at tho Chicago Judge Lurton, of the Federal court, Honduras. For to Cortez, in far off in and got their fill, but only 450 showed St. John markets last year, as compared with appointed Gen. Echels and up for tho work. The rest sneaked away, years it lived in clover, swindling peo- has 1892, show a decrease of 43S.0O0 in the ple whose cupidity outweighed their Boyle, of Louisville, receivers of the number of cattle nnd 777,000 in the numto return again at night, but they were Ohio k Southwestern informed that a ticket from the working judgment, but when the U. S. mails Chesapeake, ber of hog received. Sheep hIiow an inTheir bonds were fixed at express boss was necessary for b second charge were closed against it and the crease of 9J0.000. ita tickets each. on the soup. Most of the sneaking companies were loth to handle The barn of Charles C. Bailey, of Allan-l- a life, to The death, of Chas. Arnold, an scamps who tramp about the country or money, it slowly yielded up its Fiyitte, burned, together with 11 head and among a church treasurer, has not only revealand beg for a living are deserving of no rjnew it in greener fields o" tine horses including the valuable saded the fact that he ia n forger to tho exconsideration and often it is an imposi- more credulous people. dle staUion Gen. Kchols. Loss on horaa tent of $25,000, but that ho had served n $10,000 and barn $3,000, with $2,000 intion to help them. Col. Pate's etrort to subutitute horeo term in the Joliet penitentiary for em surant') on tho latter, amusement bezzlement. PRKxnKKGA6T, the cowardly assassin lacing for bull fighting as an won $5 000 nnd Fifty for the greasers has proved abortive and ot Virginia, Col. J. Hampton'.Hoge, of Mayor Harrison, catches it in the in 1893, their total winnings besponge after los- United States Consul to Amoy, has been better neck; at lenst tho jury after an hour'd he has thrown up the Domino heads the list ing a fortune. The track was in the dropped from the consular service as a ing $712 301 brokdeliberation said that it should he with $1S0,0S5 to his credit, which is more eduen. The verdict is in accord with the City of Mexico, which could not be result of an investigation of tho charges than three times na much ns Dohbinp, a lesser penalty would have cated in so short time to taking interest against his integrity. This ia a business crime and the next biggest winner. administration. been an outrage.CjAlready imitntors of in the turl. Statistics regarding railroad constructhe nssassin have sprung up nil over the The old Liederkranz at Louisvilio will of hereafter be known as Musis Hall. country, but Etho prompt conviction In tion during 1S93 show that tho O on notoriety view of tho Times' immense and most during the year is bss by 2.0CO this fiend will put a check t--4 of the;Giteau and Prender-gas- t successful Christmas tree, which grew miles than that of either of the two preS seeking cranks SGG stripe. The only fear now is that and unloaded ita precious fruit within its ceding years and is much smaller than that anarchist at heart, Gov. Altgeld, walls, it might not have been inappro-priabl- that of any year since 187S. Since the 4th of March a little ovi r will interfere with the execution of the Clans Hall. dubbed wishes to bring 1)00 democrats have been appointed judgment, but unless ho we shall have Congress and fourth claes postmasters. This ia a pretgreater odium and further himself into disgrace the party that elected him, he the Legislature on our hands again. Mny ty good record for Headsman Maxwell. the good Lord have pity upon us will let tho law take its course. -It bents the record made by 3 ifr H rT". ClarkBon by several hundred. Another instance of the d ifiiculty in George Leighton, of Chicago, head NEWSY NOTES. getting printer's ink oil" tho fingers when of the fraudulent schemes by which the r. it once gets stuck, is given by Mr. John - Widow's Homo in Cincinnati was swinTen feet of snow coyera a good porL. Boaley, who after farming, school suicide dled out of flOO.OnO, committed tion of Colorado. teaching and Btock raising, returns to T. Bailey, of Boyle, has been ap- by taking poison when tho grand jury J. his first love, tho Winchester Sun. He pointed returned indfctmentH ngainBt him. and gauger. and K.J. Hampton have purchased that A dispatch from Cincinati says that Gen. Thomas H. Taylor was again paper and W. T. Adams and J. M Utn'i elected chief of police of Louisville. a Cabinet officer baa volunteered, if li 4 E rJ. have retired from .its editorial and Ex Congressman John E. Hutton necessary, to take the Btand as a witness Bro. Bosley is an old Lindied at Mexico, Mo., Friday night. for the defense in the Breckinridge-Poll-ari- l coln county boy, about whom the worst case, being ready to swear to stateMr. Gladstone celebrated the Slth thing that can ba add is tint he is a rebirthday of his eventful life last Fri- ments very damaging to Miss Pollard's publican, and that's bad enough, character. day. We shall be glad to see Mrs. Maria Simpson, of Athens, O , The house of Thomas Rinsdall in him on the tripod again. Mercer burned with his wife and three dreamed thnt her dead husband had hurried $10') in a certain place about the The lottery octopuB will not down. A children. " John MacLeod was appointed re firm. The next morning found her digwrit of error has been obtained and an of the Ohio Valley Railroad Comaway at tho epot, and sure enough ging nppcal bond given by the Frankfort con civer there waa tho money and just the which will take the case to tho U. pany by Judge Barr. cern, Schwartz, the crank who "demanded amount sho had dreamed. 8. supreme court. This BpeeieB of liTho total number of business fail censed robbery dies hard, hut its days his rights" of Mayor Tyler of Louisville, ures in the United States during theyear nre numbered and tho last efiort is sim- was adjudged a lunatic. JOHNSON'S Mrs. Alfred Sealoy, of Shelby, Ala., ISM, according to the Bradstreei agency, ply to prolong ita life a few weess, as it MAGNETIC OIL! of more than 50 per Instant Klllerol Pain. M is said that it will run pending the ac- is in jiil charged with chopping her hus- ia 15,500, an increase band to death with a hatchet. Internal and External. cent, over the totals ot 1892, while the tion of the highest court in tho land. Ciren IIIIKVMATI8M, NKUHAL Four of tho five members of David total liabilities are $402,400,000, an inUIA, Ijiiiio llnck, Hiraln, lirulM-o- . HwplllmrK. Bllll JOIUI.", LUI.IUIUIU 400 per cent, over the to the State Ciinuingham's family at Mansfield, crease of nearly The return of f20,00'J Clt AMI'S luctnntljr. Cholera Mor fe'AX bus Oroup.Ulritlirrla, Bore Throat, 0 Ohio, died of grip within three days. treasury and tho prohablo return of year boforo. LflBKTVfMM!IEAIMCi!E,bslf Lrmairlc. The New York nnd Northern railmore by Kentucky World's Fair comAt Duluth an attempt waa made to THE HORSE BRAND, S$&SS:tSS3JZ maas meeting to pro- the moot Powerful and rVnetriitliiKLlulmcMfnr Mai. missioners will be hailed with pleasure road was bought by J. Piprpont Morgan hold a or ileast In eihteuce. Larue f 1 rlza 75c., UK. tizo 10c whs not approfor the New York Central for $1,000,000. test against the free iron ore schedule of by tax payers. The money JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP. Miss Annie Millmore, while out tho Wilson tariff bill resulted in a priated to be returned, but since it could Medicated and Toilet. The O rent Skin Cure nnd Face Baautlfle.'. Lndiea will find It o mot riding near Danville, Ult, not be, or rather was not used, to the horse-bacaiuire, the republicans branching jellonta anil highly perfumed Toilet Soap on Makes the proper advantage, it is better bo, and the was thrown from her horse, her foot off and doing the protesting, while the tho market.andItls absolutely pure. lost com- velvety and restores tho kin soft a luxury (or thu Bath for commissioners will receive thanks now, cntchi g in the stirrup and she was drag- - democrats adopted a resolution standing filexlonf itching, cleanses tuosoalp ami Infanta, promotes ged to death. the growth oi hair. I'rlco'JSc. For tale by by tho Chicago platform. if thoy never haye before. seu-BAti- ou OH 8 PAGES. nowB-pap- er A colobbd imitator of Sam Jones' style of pulpit oratory has come to grief in Alabama. He was much impressed with the way Samuel addressed his hearers: "You yellow hound," "You imp of hell," Ac, so ho thought ho would try it on his congregation. Warming up in his tirade ho addressed bis members as "black devils," "sow cats," and other ns expressive names, when he was summarily called down by a mob, which was quickly formed;to lynch him, and which was only prevented from carrying out its designs by the appeals of bio wife, who plead that ho had becomo suddenly insane. The next day he was arraigned before a magistrate and fined for profanity in church. The bla-- race may not be as intelligent ns the white, but it must bo admitted thnt they manage somethings better than their more favored white brethren. k Ha-waii- Although 70 years old Blondin, tho groat ropo walker, is surprising and delighting tho Londoners'with his daring feats. Cynthiana will havo water works. Tho city council has contracted with various firms to build them at an aggregate of $37,500. It is not often ia I After being out a littlo over an hour tho jury in the Prendorgast case returned a verdict, holding tho prisoner responsible to tho law for tho murder of Carter Harrison and fixing his punish ment at death. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. .A. that a whito man Wick Dye and Miss Lucy Swope, hung forkilling a negro, but Charles both of Middleburg.drovo to Huston villo Happy year. such Ifa Year. all -- The Louisville Store wishes 00 of its customers a most happy new No other house did, could or would sell such perfect goods at six-da- n, LOW - PRICES As thc- - n Corbott-Mitche- ll Ex-Stat- e Louisville Store. Sold them in 1S93, and wc thank the public for its recognition of the fact. No other house will, can or would, if they could, give such splendid values for the money as the Louisville Store, will give during the year e, Courier-Journa- l; u, de-ay- e 1894. And we invite a continuance of the liberal patronage bestowed upon our store. January always marks an era of money-losi- ng sales. Perhaps losses will be heavier than ever bctore as merchants feel the want of s READY MONEY. Such will be our case at least. We start the war on prices this week Come quick for pick and choice at the LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAlTFOHiD, STZ., A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietors. T. D. RANTEY, Manager. t col-ce- Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Spring Session Tuesday, January 23d, 1894. An. Full corpt of Contfrvatory and Normal School teacher, bupcrlor counts in Literature, Muilc aad CaUWuet and circular! furnlthrd on application. Kicelirnt lioirJInj department rail-roa- $50,-00- 0 AUCTION I will I It is ds offer at public auction at my store in Hustonvillc, Kentucky, on TUESDAY, JAN. 9TH, 1S94, a nice line of General Merchandise of every description the new-mileag- e rJ CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE I am going to move and must To secure goods at your own price reduce my stock. Remember the day and date. y JAlffiES FRYE, Hustonville. To-da- y misera-sinner- s. r .. iRiEiisriisrirr. DKTJGGIST JEWELER. cfc Medi-jPlate- :r, store-keep- er Ms 1 1 l--. W' good-nessknov- s. A Complete line' Watches, Clocks, lGold Silver and d of Drugs and Ware at prices. At- cines, &c. Frescrip- tention promptly tions a Specialty, 'given to repairs. C3-- 0 11. o I TO KING & PREWITT. -- A.- IR,. EUsTlsr-Z"- . I). KINO. CJUORCK H. I'KEWITT. MORELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line of Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, $7,-00- non-partisa- n dis-m- k Wc arc daily receiving our Fall Goods, which wc arc marking down lower than ever. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you money. STWe are openingJup a splendid line of Fall Millinery. We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. 1 Corn Wanted. sura & FHEWITT. fcv- Ml - L ' .J ,-- li. ''. - i -- 4 1" 1" ,i , y.ii .. "(- - ." Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Danks, tho people's .Tnwoler. The school bolls will ring again this mornlnp, after a week's holiday. m Mrs. MorriBB. Belknap, only daughYoun account will bo ready January ter of Buckner, died at her STANFORD, Ky., JANI'ARY 2, 1894 homo in Louisville, after a long illness lBt. Call and settle. A. II. renny. Balance of holiday stock closed out at . Friday. Dealer In- reduced prices. Dunks, tho Jeweler. Youn account is copied and do not deMrs. Witherspoon, widow of the & Co. lay paying it. W. II. Wearen E. C. Walton, IJusincss Manager A lato Dr. John Witherspoon, of kkw choice goods left over will go at .. is dead and leaves an estate reduced prices. To secure a bargain, go A little boy came to bless the union of Prof, and Mrs. B. F. Johnson yesterto Danks, tho Jeweler. valued at $100,000. MEANS IUSINE8S. mm Mies Maud Reynolds, nge 13, daught day. Buy your bcIjooI books nnd school Bup Bakoains in jewelry. Holiday stock er of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Heynolds died plica ol nil klnila nt A. K. l'enny'B. must go to make room for now goods for Yotirncconnt at W. B. McRoberts, , is nt their homo nearTinsley Spoonamore's Watch n, clockH ami Jowolry repaired '1)1. Danks, tho Jeweler. ready nnd must bo paid, Tnke this to of grip yesterday. She will bo buried And agent for nnd wnrrnntori. Enravim: a npccialty, . yourself. at Goshen church to day. nt A. II. Penny's. Mn. James Duddeiiah has rented his Mr. Isham Hamilton, tho venerable This largest stock of Drug. Medicines, farm for 1801 to S. K. A Tom Dudderar 1801 Blarts out most propitiously. I'orfmnery, I'alntB and Wnll Paper nt and will sell his stoclc Jan. IS. Seo ad. May she continue to give ub sunshine grandfather of our city marshal, Mr. Jas. A. II. Penny's. Prescriptions n opecial- I. Hamilton, who recently died nt his and prosperity. ty. the stock train on tho K. Aiteii home in the Buena Yintn neighborhood, Studebaker Wagons, Dicks' Feed Cutter, Dayton Cross-cu- t Disk 0. will bu discontinued nnd stock will Lost. A pair of gold spectacles. Fin- this county, had reached the advanced Harrow and Brown Cultivator. PERSONAL POINTS. have to bo shipped to Cincinnati by the der will plenso return to W. M. Bright ago of 02 yenrs. Lancaster Record. Mn. J. L. I108I.KY id very ill of pneu- 7 a. m. train. nnd receive reward. Dr. W. M. Blain, the well known monia. and popular physician, of Williamsburg, Don't forget that Jesso Thompson is of the In si'Itk hard times, the Mil. IlonsiiT McAtiSTKn, of Jessamine, agent for the Lexington Steam Laundry. three banks in this county declared a died Friday at that place nnd his rewas hero Inst week. mains were brought hero and placed beMn. W. G. Lackky returned to Kllza Laundry leaves ol Tuesdays and re- dividend of three per rent. (Successor to Geo. D. Wearen.) side those of his fnther, Senator Robert turned Thursdays. hethtown yesterday. Found, n pair of gold rimmed spectnc Blain, in Buffalo Cemetery on tho foDii.8tkrlkHaii.ky was in Lexington J. W. Pkiiihn bought of George Hay lea in plush-linecase. Owner can get llowing day. Dr. Blain was a t the last of the week. his lot on Hustonvilli) street for iUSOand by calling and paying for this notice. ed, good man and was greatly beloved D11. It. L. Davison in practicing Hi will begin in a nhort while the building by tho good people of Whitley county. profession at Hrodliead. A haity New Year, with many returns of n nice residence. Ho waa born near Hustonville in 1850, Mim Jkn.nik McKin.nky ia the guest to our paid up subscribers; tho others but moved to Williamsburg a number of Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year In making your New Year resolvts, can help themselves, if thu devil don't of Mlsa Annio McKinnoy. years ago, where ho has Bince lived and and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. Mn. W. 0. Hanky, of Danville, was include that you will pay your honest get ttiem. where ho enjoyed a large practice. He . debts, and let tho printer bo tho first with friends hero Sunday. The contested election case of Frank married about IS months ngo and his Mn. II. N. WAKK.of Washington coiin man to receive his due. Kills vs. W. S. Tuttle for tho innrshal-slii- p wife nlone survives him. A largu crowd ty, is up to dispoo of hia property. Sale. Mr. Reuben Williams Iiab sold of Junction City was decided in fa- of relntives nnd friends met his remains Before you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper" than Miu W. L. Connkh spent the holidays his house and lot opposite the Cofiey vor of Tuttle. here and followed them to their Inst restwith his homofolks at Cynthiana. the cheapest. ing place. House to Mr. Joe Coffey for $l,0C0. IlMk. Ai. HiM!, who has been nt the ls (SO It ia reported that J. C. Anderson, W L. WITHERS, Salesman. Sims. Mr. J. B. Higgina received a feet front by L70 deep. point of death, is rapidly convnlr cin. . . charged with tho assassination of Editor dispatch from J. Morgan Sims at Miss LizikKlamakkii, who has been Fou iiKNT Cottage next to Rev. W. Rucker at Somerset, has been arrested at Ala., yesterday, Baying that his very ill, wan decidedly better yesterday. K Kllis and the old Helm house and '2b JonesborD, Ark. mother, Mrs. Sullie Sims, had just died Pkyton Paiuiot, of I'xinton, spent acres of land for cultivation. Harvey and that the remains will be Tiik Miter works (luuHtiou is still nlivo thcro poveral days with his sister, Mrs. Peter IJjdni. Apply to Miller A Sowder. brought here for interment. Funeral nnd so nothing will drop soon. Danville Hampton. A Tiiiiiii child has been added to the Advocate. It will not likely bo wnter services will bu held at the Baptist Moonu spent Paturdny MiKa Mamie church at 2 i. m. Wednesday nnd inter15. unless it drops from the Heavens. nnd Sunday at Mr. G. D. Smiley's at family of Judge and Mrs. Wallace ment in Buffalo Cemetery. Mrs. Sims . V.irnon. The judge is so put out nbout Moreland. B. G. Govor bought of A. W. Carpenwas thu widow of Capt. Sims, a noted its being a girl that ho wont name her. Mk. nnd.Miis. J.O. McCahyIibvo both ter 1"." shares of stock in tho Farmers Confederate of this section, who named been down with thuKrlppubutaru nbout Owino to the protracted meeting at Bank mid Trust Co., nt $120. Mr. Ca- i- all hia children for Confederate generals, well again. mo .Methodist church, the hop club very pentor reserved tho dividend just declar- Robert Lee, Joe Johnson and John MorMn. J. 0. ItoDKMKH, of Gallatin, Tenn., sensibly decided to indefinitely postpone gan, all three of whom are livingnndare ed. was hero a few dya wuinK to his inter- the hop which was to have been given excellent young men. Mrs. Sims was a Miss Sallie Bkntley entertained the ests nt Rowland. last night. younger set Thursday evening and did member of tho Baptist church hero and Missks Lucy ami Mattie Alcohn, of Havi.nu bought my brother's interest so very handsomely. Our society re- a good Christian woman. Sho went to Hustonville. nro visitinj; Misses Annio in our business, I will continue business porter was unable to attend, hence tho Tuecombia to visit her son, Robert Lee, nnd Mary Alcorn. who had the rheumatism. Shu made JtDt.ElI. U. Camsit. was down yes- at our old stsnd and hope by careful at- nbsenco of details. her plans to come home Christmas, but tention to merit h continuance of past terday to bo sworn in as police judgo of James Sl.u'oiitkh, of Crab Orchard, was taken with congestion of the bowels. favors. Respectfully, W. B. McKinney. Hustonville for th third term. came down last week and paid hisbroth-e- r Her Iriends will learn of her death with Manlky TvnrE nnd Tom Shanks have A noon now year's resolution for nbout Charlie's fine nnd took him back with great reirret returned to their schools at Uussellvillu of the people hereabouts him. Ho taya tho story about Charlie's The followmg beautiful lines are and Chnrlottesvllle, respectively. would be to work a little during theyenr attempting to kill him is all false. from the pun of Kmmet Logan, whose Mbs. 8. L. Warnkii, who has been of ISO I. In nine cases out of ten the power to ay thu right thing in the right Mrs. Knte Dndderar. left Saturday man who loafs is thu man who is in The weather continues to bu most re- way, is unsurpassed: Thu death of Mrp. Alw. for her Iioihh tit llirmlnnham, markably fine. A little flurry of snow debt. Buckner Belknap is exceptionally regret-ablMim Mahy Vahson, of tho revenue ofcame Saturday, but tho blight sun of Blessed with a prosperous and John Xkvyland asks us to say that ho Sunday nnd yesterday soon left no traces fice nt Richmond, spent several days with provident husband, four beautiful and is a candidate for marshal nnd wusay on Vnrnon. her brother, Judge W. of it. Now Year's day waa as fine and promisingchildren, fortune in her own hook that he is the best one tho Miss Coiia Jo.nks, of Uourbon, III., who our owr beautiful ns ever camu. right nnd fame as a birthright in short) by town has ever had. His attended college hero Inst year, is thu the city council would be very gratifying Seveiie Fall. Win, Ijinahnn, betb r with everything to live for she is cut Kiirst of her sunt, Mra. J. T. Harris. n of the people. known ns "Billy Irish", who for years off in tho forenoon of a beautiful womanMn. William Moiiklai will move to majority has been Baud dryer at Rowland, went hood that was a benediction upon all his family into Miss Liccie llenzley'a cotThe Somerset Reporter denies that up to Livingston the other day and who en mo within the charmed cjrclo of tage, vacated by Mr. J. J. McRoberts. diphtheria is epidemic there and says wiiilu there fell from the foot bridgo 20 Its benign influences. To none more Dn. It. H. Hoi'mhian, of Marlon, spent the disease hns never existed there save than to tho grand old master of Glen feut below to the rocks, seriously injura few days with his wife, who is visiting in two families whosu utlhctions we have ing himself. Lily, with his frosted head now bowed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. 0. Rupley. mentioned. Beyond the prevalent grip in grief over the loss of an only child of a Mips P.DNA Counts left yesterday to t'loro is but little sicklies of any nature. The members of the democratic coun- first love, will sympathy go out more o ty committee are requested to meet at freely or tenderly, though no portion be onter Linden College. Miss Luln Ohm firm being now dissolved we nsk Monday, Jan. S, County withhe'd from the many other bereaved thu court-houalso returned to that school yester. nil tlioHo indebted to us to m nnd settle Court day, for the purpose of setting a ones. Where old ngo nnd infancy are day. nt their earliest convttnieno. Thanking J. T. Ciiklk, of Pineville, was hero on you for past f.nors and soliciting a con time for tho holding of thu primary together stricken, there, in truth is sorSaturday looking around for a farm. If tinuanco with tho now firm for 1M)I, election. R. R. Gentry, chairman. rows crown of sorrow p. bu can buy nt a aattsfnetorv piico ho will wo are yours, very truly, McKinney d Tiikuk is as spirited a contest for lonitu here. NEW AIiVEKTlHKMEhTS. Bros. of Hnstonvlllo as if thu office wan Just turned over for the new year. We shall make it memorable to Dit. J. K. VanAhsdali: Is moving his wortb $100 a month, instead of $10. Six the trade all over the country. We have many goods we will not The advocates of thu graded school family into his beautiful new residence candidates presented their names to tho carry if it costs a great sacrifice to dispose of them. in Hughes and Peyton's addition on the believing that discretion is thu butter part council last night, as follows: Al I'urdy, : of valor, have determined to accept our cut oil pike. J. L. Dovers, D. J. New bum, George Miss Amiikosia Thomas, who has been advlru nnd indefinitely postpouo a voteon English and Classical. For males and females, Bradley, John Wash nnd C. 1. dug. on n visit to her sister, Mrs. W. B. Mc thu question. Tho times are too hard m Roberts, for some time, returned to Lou- for people to vote for high taxes upon : : To My CusTOMKits. As I am sick nnd Kentucky, Misses short cloaks reduced from $5 to $1.50. These must go. Miss-es- s themselves. isville Sunday. unable to call on you personally, you long cloaks reduced from $7 and $S to $4 and $5. Ladies' finest Bomen Goon who hnsbeen a salesman 1. 1894. The course Next session begins Moving. J. J. McRoberts nnd will confer a great favor on mu by calling and teaching thorough, Feb buildings and grounds black beaver cloaks reduced from SiS and S20 to $ 12, and so on vvith the for tho past in Dr. J. K. VanArsdalo'a Yoiwr ladies W. B. McKinney have rented thu Red at my shop and settling your accounts beautiful and rates reasonable We will not give you prices on overcoats College; young gentlemen boarded year, has given up his position nnd will House on Upper Main jointly and K. C. this week. I am needing the money bearded in theFor further particulars address tho every cloak in the house. In the town. because you can almost make your own price. One line of dress pear. I. TON F.LLIOTT Ml farm this Wn'ton will occupy thu house vacated badly and hope you will not disappoint President. goods reduced from 50c to 35c and the best goods offered in any MiBa Mollis Hahman, who lma been by Rev. W. A. Slaymnker, while Squho mo. Thanking you for past favors and marketOur black dress goods arc always up to standard and cheapspending tho holidays at her home in John Kllis and family will go to the desiring your patronage- in the future, I PUBLIC SALE Hustonville, returned yesterday to her liouso that Mr. Walton vacates. er than can be had elsewhere. Our am respectfully yours, M. F. Klkin. OF school nt Jellico. Ik'ciiiKP, of tho Asliury W. Cahtkk requests us to stato Mu. I'. Piiuhdknt Tiik paity given by thu Misses Beck stopped oil hero Monday to enjoy that thu Walter Carter who was acquit in honor of their guest, Miss Robinson, tho meetings of Rv. H. 0. Morrison, his ted in thu seduction casu of Miss Susie of Xioholaaville, on Friday evening wpb pulilic auction at Come and see our Si. 50 boot for men. In this Ham, of Rowland, is not his sou, Wal- a most enjoyable all'air nnd will not soon Muywood,on the Ottenhcim pike, my none near Must be reduced. beloved friend. oil lot is some kip boots worth $2.50. We have some men's shoes in odd Middletown, 0, ter, who ia nbout the same nge. Mr. Mn. Ai.niKiiSiNE. of bo forgotten by those present. Knrly in 18, X894, lots, you can make your own price on beginning at 75c and running was hero last week to seo his daughter, Carter is very happy to'eay that no such thu evening thu young folks began to arLadies' fine shoes both in front lace and button on who has been adopted by Mr. charges have over been brought against rive and by 8 stock consisting of6head of bro- d mares, 3 of up to a $4. shoe. My Minnie, o'clock as happy a crowd thorn in loal by jack and one by horse, workC. D. & E & E. E. lasts at prices to which none will object. Ladies' any of Ids live boys. Mrs. A. 0. Sine. nnd aa ever assembled hnd gathered at Mr. horse and one work mule, 6 milk, cow, two with . . heifer, 49 ewes and a wool union suits reduced from $2.50 to Si. 50. suckling calves a Misses union suits Mu. D. B. OAMi'iiiLii is still alive. His A ii ii'i'Y New Year to friend and fou William Beck's hospitable home. Tho Southdown buck, 4 sows and pigs, nn extra fine Campbell, of Wash reduced to 50c, former price 75c. Gents' wool over shirts at prime boar, j shoats, 150 pounds, each. A.C. father, Mr. S. I). and a cordial invitation to look at somu Missea Beck entertained and performed Mlo will be made on a credit of 6 TUHMS We invite all who desire to save money in the new year to ington county, arrived n few days ago with 6 per interest on mile with ap- cost. of our specialties for this week. Wo their work charmingly, and if there wra months security. cent,JAMES DUDOKRAR proved bedside. come and see us. and is at his must now reduce stock for tho Spring n soul present who did not have n good J.I' Chandler, auctioneer. 8; Maywood, Ky. Miss Mamiie Lhwis closed a very suctime it waa no fault of theirs. At tho trado ami wu invito all who would do cessful term of her bchool nt Buckeve good to themselves to come and sen us. proper hour a delightful lunch was servlast week and iH now at homo with her Our February Standard Fashion Sheets ed and which was heaitily partaken of parents, Dr. and Mrs. T. M. Lewis. by tho merry young people. It was far nro now ready. Hughes & Tate. J. G. Cecil, of Danville, was hero last Ky. into tho weo stna' hours before tho week to 6eo one of tho handsomest woWk will wager that Stanford hnfl tho guests departed aud then it was done men in the Stato, who at present ia vis- prottiest lot of girls between tho ages of with thu greatest reluctance. Tho MieB-e- a Practical CABPET WEAVER, Has lately purchased the celebrated iting her aunt on the Hustonville pike. 1 nnd IS of any town in Kentucky. If Beck were heartily congratulated by V11101.NIA Jackson, from Bluff there over was a prettier crop growing Misses their friends on the success of tho eve- Newcorab Fly Shuttlo Loom, Blnirs-..in.City, Tt nn., Sue Millhonser, from A RELATIVE OR FRIEND, than the presunt, the oldest inhabitants ning and no doubt felt repaid for their And, prepared to do a'l kinds of Cvpet and Rue it v . nnd Lucy JohnB, from Van can't recollect it. There are also ninny trouble when they considered the joy it Weuviiic. Fancy weaving on Shawls, MuiFurs, delight-fu- l guarantee Ktc Call and eamino my work. very handsomelonea over 18, but it must gave those around them. Wert, 0., have returned from a work at lw pricos. ones. bo remembered that only n portion of reunion with loved Hon. I). B. Kdmiston and J. C. the fair sex over get over that age. It was a curious vtnr that hnH just loft candidates respectively for BROTHER OR SISTER? Mr. John W. us 0110 crowded with casualties of nil under The of clerk of tho Senatu nnd door keeper Rout's administration will ho in the kinds. But the world runs right along. If so we knowjyou are going to make them a present during the Thecity of Stanford will offer for sale to the tho House, were on Friday's train bound will get rooms of the Commercial Hotel, now oc- Children continue to bo born, and men highest bidder before the court house door in for Frankfort. Wo hope they cupied by M. F. Elkiu as n moat shop. and women to marry and to die. The Stanford, on what they went for, and it is more than Tho Odd Follows.Jwho own tho building, inexorable law of the survival of tho fit- Monday, 8, 1994, probable that Mr. Kdmiston will. will fit it up to make it m convenient as test still holds away, tomperou" hero and Twenty nine city bonds. The'o bonds ar for possible, reserving tho right to move there by gontlo kindness and aweet Jiooeach and bear interest at o percent, from Jan. CITY AND VICINITY. semiannually. Tha 1,1894, Aud meanwhile, humanity due J an.payable but are redeemable at bonds are And in making your selection you can not afford to pass us by,' Be Mr. Bout when they decide to build. charity. the pleasi, 1899, for rent. J. S. The rooma areltheouly ones convenientgrows alowlv, but ure of the city council at any time within five cause we have a large line of Xmas goods for less money than any cottage Bteadily advances, A nice years from Jan. 1, 1894, and will not be sold for place outside of the cities. ly located that could be obtained. A surely better. Wo Bhall all of ua try to less than the par value Hughes. S G. HOCKER, will bo put up for Mr. Klkin make this year more gladsome than tho Wear-e- n meat shop J. K. VANAKSIMLK, Heatisq Btovea at cost nt W. II. G. d Committee last. Jon thoBamo lot) on Depot Btroet. B. ox-Go- My cottago of Mary Mathony. 5 rooms for rent. Mrs v. DEATH'S DOINGS. J. K. VANARSDALE, -- m Law-roncebur- Hardware, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Queens ware, &c. The Old Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, to-da- y m m B. K. WEAREN, d kind-hear- ... Dealer iij Carriages, Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, Get His Prices Tus-cumbi- n, ... one-tent- h vis-ittvi- m We have served youwell in 1893. Begin 1894 by squaring your account and giving us your patronage again. SEVERANCE & SON. e. 1 T Men-efe- ... se Our New Sheet. LOOK - mar-sln- Garrard Lancastor, College, at Our CLOAKS. Mcf-srp- . - Col-log- e, FINE LIVE STOCK. t oot and Shoe Stock Thursday, Jan. 1 m Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, HUGHES & TATE. HAVE TO u 1 k .' mmi 1 Ilrst-chu- s r, Bonds for Sale. January Mother, Father, Child, post-ofiie- 85-t- & Co. DB. S. HOCK2SK, Tho Druggist. jitoiitjSa w " r1 - tt tf vf" - i . i' ii , ji ""i "it Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal hr. AT California HE WOULDN'T GET UP. Comfort Given tlio llurglnr Enough llnpc, nntl Iln Ilmigs Himself. "Silas!" whispered Mrs. Comfort to mo fho other night as sho dug her elbow into toy ribs, "nro you nwnko?'' "I wasn't a niiuuto ago, but aa you havo succeeded in arousing uio what is the Published Every Tuesday and Friday $52 FiCR Y3CA.ra $2,60 will be charged. 4yyWhen not to paid it you wish to observe?' "Just listen to that noiscF "I hear it." Train leave Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning "But what is it?" at 5'.aop. m. "Without having investigated thosnb-jocL. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. I should say tho noiso was caused ........... -- .. Kail trim going North 37 pm by a rat Inlawing at tho woodwork un" South IIIDD get Express train " South n 51 pm der tho lavatory. Should II mightout of m prying about, find North Jilini bed and go Smith's goat Lscsl freight North..... ..036 am that it was monsingnround South....,,.. ' .....ao7P m tho garbage can iu tho back yard. In The litter traina alio carry pmengeri. The above it calculated on itandard time. Solar either caso wo havo nothing to do with irae it about to minutet fitter. it. If a rat, ho will gnaw his way through to find that ho is worso off than QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. before. If it is tho goat, ho will probGoing North train pats Junction City as fol- - ably get choked to death on fishbones." lows: Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Ves "Are you going to get up, Mr. Comtibuifl Limited p. m. Local 11:55 p. m. Florida K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. a 11 lllue-Grass t, Lamiiea 1:4s a. m. South N. O. Vestibule 11:5; Limited ti p. m. Local 1:11 p. Vestibule arrives 8:40 p. m. 3 m. Florida Hlue-Gras fort?" fVrfnlniV nnt 'm av Bakincr O" V Msoafely -- Jrowaer Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Higest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. ' oyal.bakingipowder 108 CO., Wall St.. New York. TJi9 Florenoa Mr3. Sot el, Prop. JELLICO, TENNESSEE, J. B. Montgomery, HThe best hotel In tne city and the only one with room Tor drummers Etpecia attention to the traveling public. Rates $. a sample 53-6- tn IDJLTJEirZ'. Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol Jersey milk to the people of Stanford and Row land at the following price, delivered: Fresh Milk, per gallon to centa Salmmed Milk, por gallon 10 cent Batter Milk, per gallon 8 centa I will make two trips dally. The patronage oi the public is solicited . yr, Stanford, Ky 1 will open on January 10th, 1893. a First-Cla- ss on THE : RILEY - HOUSE Kentucky. F. B. RILEY.JProprlotor, London, - I have moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public. Good Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. FRANK RII.KV 77 2TOTICT7. I Iff n All persons having claims against the estato of D. G. Slaugh er, dee'd, will file the jirae properly certified to and proven with me by an. 1, '04. Any one knowing himself to be indebted to the estate will call and settle Immediately. R, H. HRONAUGH, Admr., Crab Orchard, iy 79 im VITAL TO MANHOOD. "Then I will!" And sho not only did, but raised tho window and saw a man in tho back yard and camo back to bed to whisper to mo: "Silas, do you want to bo murdered in made with through tiainsand Pullman When Raby was fdclc, tvb gava her CnstorK your bed?" "Why, it might as woll bo in bed as sleepers daily to xCalifornia points. When she via n Child, she cried for CustorU. SAM II. WARNACK, Tror. D. S. on tho stairs, down cellar or on tho front Through car service to either New When sho booame MNs, ahe clung to CaatorU. Orleans or Shreveport, making direct When she hAd Children, ahe pevethem Cartoria. At the well known old stand ol J. II. Green, in London, - - KENTUCKY. steps." "But aren't you going to scaro tho connection for Texas, Mexico and CaliRefitted and and In prepared to attend the wanta Hustonvillo, - - Kontucky, very reasonable.refurnished of the .very wayKates public man away?" fornia. From Louisville through trains "No, dear. In tho first place, ho may make direct connection at Lexington Would be clid to see his numerous friends and show them nil stock of goods consisting ol I'urni- not bo ouo of tho 6cary kind, and in tho with solid gveetibuled service to farming Hire. Saddlery, Hardware, Huggtes next his object in coming into tho yard Implements. Ulve mm a can 47n Send to us for further particuor was probably to steal that old harness agents for rates, tchedules A. S. 1'IUCE, hanging on the fence. Let him havo it. lars. Ask Having secured the services ol Miss Mstlie Allen from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this seanin, I It may not only encourago him to steal and other information, or address V. C. Of Talleviate Temple, No. 7, Sisters of the Mys. SUKGKO.V DENTIST. cordially Invlt. the ladira to Inspect a carefully a horso and buggy to go with it, but Rlnearson, G. P. A. Cincinnati, 0. terious Ten. selected stock ol Millinery at prices to suit the Office over McKoberts Drug Sloro In the d will save mo from dragging tho old rub Know all men by these presents, that we, M Owsley HulMlng. times. The ladles are invited to see my nice, new Eliia llroaddus line ot Stamped Linen and Embroidery Material Fbbso.val: Bearpu mind one tihng,that W. P. Trustees and Secretary, bish out into tho alloy. Como to bed, Stanfsrd M, W. P , Jennie Thompson, Secretary, Trustees MISSI.ICCIE 1IEAZLKY, Sirs. Comfort. If tho man discovers if business, pleasure, or necessity calls Eddie Joties, Hannah Hayden, Hose AdUoj, Stanford, Ky, residents ol Stanford, ho is being watched, ho may walk you,away from homo at any time, be Sallie Miller, Tieasurer, all hereby aKiate that CRAI! ORCHARD county, Kentucky, Lincoln off with tho snow shovel instead of tho particular, to have your route fully decidtogether and become Incorporated, under purpose the laws of the Stateof Kentucky, for tielollowtng harness." ed upon and arranged before starting. stable, THP P.O. MILLINERY. lives:, fsed hrreliufter emresscd. and adopt the Mrs. Comfort growled nnd kicked and Incorporation, Many things should be taken into con- articles ofname of th. incorporation shall be The called mo coldblooded, and declared that sideration, especially tho inducements At John Huchinan'i liable In Crab Oichard, K . Temple, No. 7, of the Siiteri of the M at the room and see the I wanted to got her murdered, and for Ten. offered by the Wisconsin Central Comfivo long hours sho did not shui, her eyes 1. The principal place of business at Stanford W. RAMSEY, and Bost Solootod in sleep. Tho man not only took tho old pany to thoeo who wish to visit St. Paul, Kentucky general niture of the business to be Who will ill times be glad to accommodate all 11. The Stock harness, but at ouco felt that ho must Minneapolis, Ashland, West Superior, transacted shall be she giving et aid to members with goodit at reasonable rates. aS rigs who are sick or distressed the pro.lding of funds Of Millinery In town, The goods and prices are steal a horso to match it. In stealiner tho Duluth or any point in Wisconsin. retherefor and for the burial of the dead and the bound to pleast you. horse ho was caught, and got fivo years Their trains leave Chicago at conven lief of the membership geuenlly, who are Indi10 MRS. P. T. COURTS. with the needy, and to in prison, and thus another bad man was ient hours. Their equipment is unsur- gent and Jellico Goal Co., Lodgeof the Order In iti chailtable undertsklngs. Falls Branch removed from society. and 10 do such things as come within the scope of passed by anylino in the Northwest. Miners and shippers of the GENUINE charity and benevolence. "Didn't I tell yon?" Bays I to Mrs. Com-foClose connections are made at St. Paul IV The corporation being organised for charitawhen I heard tho news, but sh purposes only it is Uj have no capital sto- k or looked at mo with a freezing eipressio. and Minneapolis, with the various lines ble stockholders; but eacn person who contributes u My mother, Mrs. Kate Dudderar, has just rt agents tor Stanford Try it. sum of and wouldn't bay a word. Detroit Freo running to all California and Pacific the corporation theand entitled to dollsrs shall be Kowland. We art the soleol Ucpot street and !snd turned Irotn ths citits with an elegant Iln of mil a.l the benefits rail' linery, embracing Ottics corner deemed a member Press, Coast points. u such, so lone ss he shall comply with the rules road6crossing. pav JUGGINS A WATTS. Ask your nearest ticket agent for full of the corporition and made such dues, fines snd ALL OF THE NOVELTIES against the members assessments as shall be What lie Had. and be particular to Bee from time 10 time for Its support The Now York youth was doing tho information, Of the season, cf which she will have lull control ! V. The corporation shall commence from the for rec proper Sh also engaged a west, and the first night ho pulled up in that your tickets read via tho "Wiscon- filing ol these articles in theexpirationofllce twenty. ol ord and terminate stthe a rough town and stopped at a rougher sin Central Linos." Jas. 0. Pond, Gen'l fivef.15' yean. Firt-Olas- s Dress-MakeWest tavern, with a retired cowboy for a wait- Pass. Agt , Milwaukee, Wis. At our Fruit to be VI. The affalri of the corporation are to be elec- of Kingeyllle, Farms and Nurseries one saile fine a Lincoln county. We have ss by a Hoard of five (si Directors, my Call and er. At tho supper tabio tho easterner be for stock ul Fruit Trees as any man ever handled, buying and ciamln your stock of Millinery dresses. ted annually, from alid by the lawful memb-'iGuaranteed Cure. lesv order for your was quite elaborate. corporation, at their first meeilag in December ready for transplanting nto orchsrd and garden Thanking you for past favori we solicit sime, M druggist to sell you the We authorire our and Peaches will Fall, tee asme lime there shall be "Bring me," ho said to tho waiter, "a Dr. Klnir't New advertised for Consumption. of each year. And aatDeputy Princess, a Secretary thisassorted Otclurili of Apples $10 per hundred. Discovery be to suit customers at MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. and Colds, upon this condition: If you elected a Princess, Coughs raro steak with mushrooms." a Treasurer, svhlch The trees are nice, the varieties the best. are afflicted with a Couh, Cold or any Lung, and an AsslsUnt Secretarybeand needed to make home attractive and tne "Ain't got it," replied tho waiter Throat or Chest Trouble andwiil use this remedy last nsmed omcers shallshall the executive officers children happy will be found here. For circulars fill various chairs according to directions, giving it a fair trial and of the corporation, and nd ' the which officers address promptly. J. A. McKKE & CO., Ky. ' stated meetitg! expennce no beuefit, you mav return the bottle at thehold office Kingsville, 64 "Well, bring mo n muttonchop dons ana have your money relunded. We could not shall lor one year and until their sue The Treasurer Dr Kings cessors are electrd and qualified. the lalthful perto a turn." make this offer If we did not know that never shall be required to giv bond fr New Discovery could be be fixed by "Ain't got it," camo back tho first an- disappoints. Trial bottles relied atupon. R. ItPenny's formance ol duty, in such sum as shall corporation Mc KINNEY, KY. free A. the constitution and by luws. 1h swer. drugstore. Large sire joe and Ji. hold sime until the shall at once fill said omceato I havs bourht above ruentioncdnilotel at Mc Tho easterner showed his annoyance. election in December, Ths eiid officers and Iloar-- l Kinney and have attached a as shall duties "Bring mo a broiled chicken on toast," Tho MOBt aorgoous Treasures of Ara- shall have luchby the ano powers bylaws he be to bia. rules a d them ho said, severely. Full stocks ot fruit and ornamental trees, grape Firat-Claa- a Bar and Fool Room. What a splendid picture It brought before your adopted ... ......II ....I. .U...I.. of the the nit iiu,i, iu.., VII The nrivste nroDerty of the members U Vinci, aragu, "Ain't got it," camo tho samo old an- mind Sou readwhichglowing descriptions spread thing usually found in a nursery establishment, Have repaired and refurnished th Hotel and the Kenli of the ring secret treaiures a Ka aawAmn lnm ffrrtfTi - lit Lift. swer. agents, am better than ever ceforo Aladdin's gaie. You perused this favor, tu VII crissss The Indebtedness "f the corporation ah all We sell Jiretl to tl.t planter and havs no Catalogue on application. ite story ol yours fn "Arabian Nights" when a not exceed five thousand dollars. "Indeed?" very ironically. "Suppoc-H. F. HILLKNMKYKR, boy, and your imagination pictured brilliantly for IX. 'ih said corporation shall have perpetual you bring mo a bit of boiled ham." Islington, Ky. Prepared to Accommodate tho sued ill Its cor. yeu evrrylhmi; th.it the word suggested right to sue and pos succession, the have a common seal, to make was when you were a boy. "Ain't got it," said tho cowboy. Public. That porate name to vouareunDle to uolt. Vsnau we ten you "You haven't?" nnd this time tho New sibly Most probably because your liter Is sluggish, contracts, lo acquire a property and transfer I same o eswhy? Hpecul attention to Commercial Men. at its pleasure as us private Individual. Yorker was reckless. "Well, what in nd as a consequence you suiter from sick head' tablish line Livery and Feed Stable attached. und rules ar.d regulations for the arhp. Irtlnettsnd constinatlon. Do rou want government of Its members and shall possess all I W GREEN. Proprietor. thunder have you got?" lo curcdall these troubles permanently, make your the poers of a body corpora e JKSft ROUT, Manager "Got u notion to punch you ono in the liser ae ive. vour Imagination lively, and in genX The corporation shall have the right to My two farms, adjoining. Very ner Kings a boy? All as you enjoty members the present membersof the jaw fer bein a dude," replied tho waiter eral have tothings to ue Dr.did when Pleasant Pel. One or either of them One con' vllle station Fierce's Uo la which this is formed, vou other 110 acres in tho samo tone as before. "Ilave a lets purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, the without association, of the membership fee, as it tnining a little over 91 acres, the residences, bams, Ihe payment All highly improved with good take, and they ere the succeeds to all of the property ol said association. Ac Call and seo them, svoo young bearing slug of salt pork nnd a skinned pertater." smallest and easiest to guaranteed togive satour signatures fruit trees, apples and peaches on the )i aire because they In testimony Ami tho easternor took that. Exchange. cheapet or your moneyire refunded What more this the 6th day whereof, witness is isfaction 01 December, 1S93, tarm Old age and Infirmities my reasuo fur want- J. S. OWSLEY, Trustee, A meeting of the stockholders of the National So 4t Stanford, Ky Hank of Ilustunvilln will be held at the.r banking house in llustonville Tuesday, Jan. 9, 1894, beheretofore unheard vegetation, and tho tween tho houri of 10 anil 3 o'clock for the purWren on a visit to Iowa, Mr.- W. K. Dalton. of k of industries connected with I.uray, Rusirll Co., Kansas, cslicd at the labora- pose of electing Pine directors 10 serve during the of eniuiug year. J tv. to Co., tory Cashier. fruit raising, and tho shipping of tho them of Chainlierialn & boy, Des Moines,hid ihow 8J been whese life his hav product. In order to givo nn oppor- saved bv Chainberliln'a Cough Kctncdy. Itcroup. of a very severe attack of MY BRICK LIVERY STABLE, tunity for everybody to visit this wonder- ing cured him certain that it aed his boy's life Meeting. Mr Diltoi Is the Itemedy. Is his praise during the Exposition, California and Isetuhusisstic II. McRoberts, of Diugglsts, Man-for- d, land Situated on Denot Street In Stanford, Ky., or I KorsalebyV will exchange for real estate in Lincoln county. ratea via the Queen & Crescent route Kv, A meeting of the stockholders of the I'srmers . 8oiu J.N. MENM'hfe, Co. will be held at their banking Dank havo been reduced, and every one may Stanford, Ky. Ouro for Hondacbo. house III Stanford 011 the first Wednesday In Janfind tho cost of such a trip within his As a remedy for all forms of Headache Hlectrlc uary, '94, for the purpost of electing 11 director It eflecti to serve the ensuing year. to be the very best. J. II. OU'SI.KV. means. As for equipment, it is the aHitters has provedand the most dreaded habitual 8j Cashier. permanent cure can travel from .;,-- hM.lirhr vlelds toils influence. We urge only lino by which you and give all who ate allllctid to procure a bottle Cincinnati to San Francisco, absolutely this remedy a fair trial In cases ot habitual Meoting. giving the Hitters cures without change. Tourist sleeping cars needed toneElectric bowels and few by caes long retothe Office South Hide Main St., in office recently . Try it use run every two weeks through from Cin- sist the only ol this mcdicln R. I'cnny'ionce Large vacated by Dr. Lee K. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. A meMing ol the stockholders of the First NaDrug Stoio. bottles 50 cents at A. Hank will be held at their hanking house tional cinnati to San Francisco. Solid veeti In btanford on the second Tuesday in January, 11 directors lor buled trains twiceaday from Cincinnati 1804. for the purpose of electing THE OLD JOHN J McROIlERTS, the ensuing year. to New Orleans, where connection is Csshier, gj d. net-wor- the severest attack of pneumonia while in tho bit a northern already rard.says pnrtol that Statu during Mr recent had The Midwinter Exposition, lllalie the Saturday Kevlew. during tho storm to drhe several mile much talked of, bids fair to rival tho occasion so thoroughly chilled that lio was unablo and was great fair that has just closed at Chicago. to cei warm, and inside of an hour after his re turn he vai threatened with a severe esse ol Not in size, perhaps, but certainly so in pneumonia or lung fever. Mr Malta sent to the bottlo oi Chamberdelighted nearest drug store nnd got awhich he had olten originality, in richness, and in lain's Cough lUmedy, of unanimously ngree heard, and took a number of large doses, lie visitors, who will a short time e fleet was wonderful and that tho Pacific Coast is worth ninny says thebreathing l"l ,l'y- - iH inkePt on takho was next day was able to ing the times tho time and money spent to visit come to"ieiliclni and the lllaue regards.his cute Dei Moines. Mr. it, in its return of delightful climate, as simply wonderful. safe by W II. McKoberts, Druggist, bun-formellow sunlight, wondrous growth of For Land of Sunshine, and Flowers. Fruit Mr. J. P. Dlalt. an extensive In Des Moines, Iowa, narrowly real eitate dealer escaped one of CORN LAND FOR RENT As executors of the will of J. L. Dawson, dee'd. wo will on Jan. 8, 191, county court day before e door in Stsnford, rent tithe hightho est bidder, about iJ or so acres go lu corn and Jj acres for oats, all for year 141. !,.!.. DAWSON, court-hous- Clover liny For Sale. - Either baled or tinbaled. Will deliver either to Rowland or Stanford. Price very low. 80 im E II. I1KAZLEY. Stanford, Ky. Si J. H.URICIIT, Kx'ors. For Rent for 1894. 107 acres ol land with a large house. Situated In Rowland and now occupied by J. W. Adams, an d known as the Itodcrnei U m Stockholders' Meeting. iiuiirii, For Salo or Hnt. Stockholders' DR. W. B. PENNY Stockholders' DcuUst. JACKSON HOUSE, CARPENTER, ji-tS- m New-Orlean- in nun, t: TO THIS liADIBS. our-eelv- ts m m Tal-loiit- 1 e jsie-rio- us 1 post-offi- ce 1 J. Pro'r., Larost J l.-i- rt - Original jclllco Coal. ITew Mi) Unary. Fruit Trees For Snlc r. con-duct- ol Kvery-thi- ng Commercial Hotel, Orchard, Lawn, Garden. I mwtA .- I - I Wfc - j- - I o 1 63-i- in To-da- y. by-la- FOB S-A-LI- E. THE GOFFEY HOUSE iANFORD, KY can you aikr Ton Had. Pn. E. C. WEST'S NERVE AND UllAIX TREAT 1IENT, h specific tor Hysteria, Diztines, Fits, Neu r&lgia, Ileadacho, Nervous Prostration caused bj alcohol or tobneco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression Hof toning of Drain, causing Insanity, ralsei f, decay death, Premature Old Age, Barrenness, Lose ot Power In either sex, Im potency, Lcucorrhtea nnd ni Female Weaknesses, Involuntary Louses, Spermatorrhoea caused by of brain, A month's treatment,), C for f5, by mail. With each order for 6 boxes, wltt Wvrill send written guarantee to refund If not cured Ouamntfei.li.aued by agent. WEST'S LIVKJl PILLS enres Sick Headache, Jtlllounes, Liver Cou.plainl iiuurStoinacb, Dyspepsia and ConstlnaUoa. GUARANTEES Issued only by over-exertiBelt-abuse. A. R. PENNY. ovt C. Stanford A. G, Lanham Cattleman. change gives this examplo: There was a very rich farmer who would never own that ho had anything to bo thankful for in tho way of profits. The parson once said to him during a fino harvest season: "Como, Mr. Jones, you can havo nothing to complain about this year, nt all events?" "I can't say that," said tho fanner. "Still you can't Bay what is nmiss." IIo thought a bit, and then replied very grudgingly, "Well, you seo, thero will bo no spoiled liay for tho young calves." Youth's Companion. Some persons develop a positive genius for lookiuu on tho dark hide. An ex- E, MMEL Dealer In lenmc Thompson. Hannah Hayden, l.ha llroaddus, I.llen Kiucaid, Martha Walker. Sally Hansford, Llulo Peyton, Maria Middlcton, Jane Hill. Kddic Jones, Sallie Miller, Kosa Adkins, Martha Sims, telle Chvniiitt, Kllen Sneed, Maitha Warren, Pattie Mlildleten, ing to sell. All unincumbered. 7j.tf DM CRKKiHTON. Mngsville, Ky XTotioo So For Rorrfc. Blue-Gras- s JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and relurnlshed, Is now I intend lo conduct it so as to cct only maintain its high reputation, but lo add to its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine rooms for ths dltploy of samples, in my charge and Groceries, Candies, Fruits, Fancy Goods, &c. ROYAL Insurance Company OP LIVERPOOL,. BARBEE&CASTLEMAjN MANAGERS,: sir, iu offerin mo ther job," said Roadside Workem, "but I cannot tako it." "Why not?" "W'en I think of tho thousands of my fellow men who might havo it how can I deprive them of ther means of gainin an honest livelihood by takin of it myself?" Chicago Record. No Doubt of IU Desires to thank you for your paIngenious, Anyway. "I appreciate tho service you do me, tronage during the year which is almost gone and asks a continuance during the coming year. When Hungry try one of his 25CTS MEALS !S3229saaMsaaaki2ssaWf3!!r' r "They may talk Building, Louisville the indifferenco of all they pleaso about those who labor, but And you will certainly go back Agents throughout the South. there's at least ouo class of men who put a great deal of heart iu their work." and try him again. "Who aro they?" YT. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, Commerce STANFORD, KY. "Tho fellows who mako sentimental valentines." Buffalo Courier. Don't Mention It. corns? Jorkins (after tripping over a projecting foot in a street car) Did I hurt your Writhing Passenger Jorkin3 (quietly) You did. Era ERADICATES BLOOD POISON AND BLOOD TAINT. I am so glad.- - Truth. Not "Well Informed. of contagious 0 blood poison of the very worst type. Swift's Specific (S.S.S.) Cbvkral bottles of my system entirely cleansed Wu. S, Looms, Shreveport, La. A Delaware judge has decided that a razor is not a deadly weapon. It is quite plain that this particular jurist nover attended tho forcible adjournment of an overheated cakGwalk. Washington raa 1 T 11AD CURES SCROFULA EVEN IN ITS WORST FORMS. J .If -- AT- V -- r V. -- Post. - Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, s There are three ol the best Barbera in the State There are also excellent Bith Rooms run In Agent lor Islington SteamLaundry. n. Iteverslng the Ilule. Two armed men entered a Chicago club and captured f 100 from 10 poker players on Wednesday morning. This is a caso where a pair beats a full house -- New York World. scrofula In 1S&I. and deznscd my system entirely from It by taking seven . nave noi naa any bottles of S a. 3. Wilcox, toms since. Spartanburg:, S. C i symp-C.W- It -- L HAS CURED HUNDREDS OP CASES OF SKIN CANCER. Treatise on niood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Swift Srscific Co, Atlanta. Ga. Era On Danville ft Lancaster pike, known as the Dr Walter Owsley homestead, containing about no six rooms The City Council of the City of Stanford, Ky , acres. Fine brick residence lorotsale pnv lely and A'.First-Clas- s ion splendid outbuildings. Also do ordain at follows day of luce ewes, 16 hogs, lot of cattle, 4 head horses, 8 Cny taxes shall be diu on the 1st the assessment and any person or stacks hay, farming implements. Apply ti S. K . Aad MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS .inched January alter Hank j7-JOSEPH COFKKY. perions Tailing to p.iy their tales by tho 1st day of Owsley on the arm or myself at Farmers 81 J.U. OWSLKV. April therealur shall pay su per cent. aCdluonal and unpaid, which additional on tho tasessodiie sum shall be charged to the marshal in his settleW If. MILLKU. J. H.SOWDER. ment with the city council. The marshal, from and alter the 1st dy of JanuMILLER & SOWDER, ary in each year, shall collect the city taies due, nnd upon the lailure by the persons bound therefor to pay the same luay distrain the goodi and -:- chattelsowned by or in rightful possession of the persons lrom whom the tax is due, notwithstanding and may the existence of auy lien upon the lame; proceed to sell the title of such person in so much -:- thereof as will pay the tax auo and all costs, iu the mode prescribed by law STANFORD, - - KENTUOE.Y. before he makes a levy for taxes The marshal, shall demand the same lrom the person from whom Office Interior Journal Uuilding, the tax is due, if resident of and in the city, and tender a receipt therefor If it be required, in whic he shall specify the tasable estate with which such person is charged, the value and amount thereof, and t e tax due, If he shall distrain before the demand, if the taxpayer Is a resident of Fine, lllue Grass Farm ol jjjjf acret on pike and In the city, and before he tenders the receipt, and finely imprneu. If it be required, he will forfeit and p.iy to the per son aggrieved double tho amount of such tax, and a. Farm of 100 acies, finely Improved. Offered such damages as he may sustain, to be recovered at low prici. byaction in his own name: Provided, however, he may distrain without the demand alter the first 4. fine lueorais rann, of iojacr. In lilch day ol April of the year for which the tax is due: ttate of cultivation, well improve offered low. And provided further, that il the marshal has rea r MirfMM. sonsble grounds to believe that the person lrom 5 Farm of 141 acres, near R. R station. Good from whom the tax Is due is about to remove his bluegrass land; will sell cheap, property from the county, or to conceal the samo, he may distrain at any time without the demand. 7. Hlue Grass farm of 11a acre on pike, two miles from Stanlord; good T. 1. marshal, shall after having advertised at und; low placeof sale for door ths time and the price ana on easy terms. OlLVERWANi- at least to days, sell at public auction, for money so'much of the property levied on for taxes as will 8ti 11. Town lots in Stanford In area;;to suit purchasers. pay the tax and costs. If the marshal makes llle-gseiiure and levy for taxes, lie or unreasonable Rock Bottom Prices. Prompt 17. Ninely-lhre- e shall be llsble upon his bond In damsjes to the acre fino farm wit exce lent party aggrieved. given to repair mill, dwelling and other improvements, on pike, property that the mar-h.i- personal attention II there be no penonal 4 miles from Stanlord. J rnllEctor can distrain for taxes due. work. One call will convince you 14 Large blue grass firm, capable of division n,l the same shall not be paid by the first day of Into smaller farms. Desirable In every particuthis is the place to trade. Ai.il in marshal ahall sell for cash anv real es lar. Offered low and on very easy terms. tate belonging to or listed by such delinquent tax payer, or so mucn tncreoi ss win pay me THOMAS YEAGER. Good VKACER. frame building; well finishdue and his commission, in the same manner that JAMES ed. on Main street, in Eastern part of Staufoad. lands are sold under execution except that the land feet front, Jco back. Will nil at a bsrgain. 15 shall not be valued or levied on, and shall be ad vertited by posting, for 15 days belore the sale, a a? Small farm of 19 acres on Hinging Fork. notice atthe court house door, written or printed Will exchange for suial hous and lot or sell at and by publication once a week for fou weeks low price on easy terms, prior to the day of sale in a newspaper of general , m Circulation, 11 mere i m. Small farm ol 3o acres, a miles from Stanford posted for is days be then by printed hand-blliwell Improved, at a bargain. STANFORD, E.Y. uwr, aMi. iu . ui lore the Slle SI inc chuii-iiwumore conspicuous places In the city; and he thai), Fork, near 31. Harm nn, to., iiin ic diva before the sale, mail to the We'are In our new stable in the Opera Hous Turneriviile of 60 acres on Hingingwell watered, Fine Dlue grassland, deitnquent a postal card addressed to h's place of Blockland are well supplied with fronts on pike, with good Improvements and nice as- can be nl.ee r..u..r.n notifyingof business, if sue and place of young orchard. Price low. him of the time NEW RIQS AND HORSES sale; a id in order to cover the cost ol such adthe 31. Hotel, store house and collage, nicely and vertisement and notification, the marsha, shall conveniently located, near depot In London, Ky, Have been purchased and roth have $ for each person whose property (s adverNine rooms In dwelling, four 10 mi in cottage. tised, to tie paid by the delinquent, but In uo event urnouts will leave tho.stable. Also Store house of 3 rromi All new buildings to be paid by the citv. good bsrn. Lot 200 x 3 co feet. Fine location for D W. VANDKVEKR, Mayor. Will sell cheap an 1 on ci v terms. store snd hotel. 85 G. L. PENNY, Clerk. CIT OHDIITAITCEII 'A Splendid Farm, Saloon tl BANK THE JEWELER. REAL ESTATE STAFFORD, TSTZ. Doalors and Brokers, 1 Stock Most Complete PROPERTY FOR SALh. 1 SseCm in ?" "sV7 Vffita'y that CTHireg tu 1 court-hous- WMr lllue-gras- s 1 rv uci s. two-sto- ry YEAGER & YEAGER, s, ic .; iij 1 mil m aiis m stable Give thcni a Call. v J. rJ J .tj.r. y.? !l . .. 1 J a. rrA ..' j , '. vX