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Interior Journal NO. 89 misdemeanors, and while fines woro oftCHURCH AFFAIRS. Kacli ol the local banks elect a new en Imposed, tho violators Mre.MnKPoia visiting in KTjckcnstlo simply choso Eld. J. G. Livingston lias been call- -' to board them put in jail, county. Mrs. Dr. Clark, of Hrodhcad, board of directors paying nothThe city council met Saturday night ing into tho treasury or into the pocket ed to tho Goshen church for tho 14th is visititiK Misses Jennio Btul Killiu Vtiym. Mies Xovil Cnreon, of Ilrodhcid, but ngain failed to make any appoin- of tho attorney. Now, tho proper way year. Ho will preach there and at to right this wrong ia for tho county London regularly this year. is with Mr. W. 0. Hnnoforil. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Col. J. W. tment. There is church seating capacity in Each of Lancaster's four preachers courtH in Garrard, Lincoln, Boyle and Cues', of Danville, has been horo this week. Miss Ikttio IIIkkIiis left Saturday is a handsome bachelor. Tho girls are Mercer to mako allowances at the court this country for 13,000,000 people. There i 23d, 1894. are 111,030 ministers. This would oivo. Full corps ofContervitory and of claims to supplement tho salary of to spend tho rest of tho month with her longing for Leap Year. Normal School leachtrt. Superior courset in tho to each minister a congregation of 3S7. ""IC Mrs. Mary A. Rest and family have attorney and assure him a fair An. Eacelle,! ,oard.ng department CUtog,.. and circular, brothers in Somerset. MrH. Perkins, of on action' remuner Kev. Chambers, of Lima, O , is tho moved to town aud occupy tho Tillett ation tor his service-Urodhead, la with Mrs. W. K. Perkins. Garrard and Lin- Wo were proud to Heo in Saturday's property on Richmond Btreet. uo.iiongnito vote at least 100 each, kind of a preacher to mannpo tnnulu Quarterly court convened this morn- while Uovlo ami Mercer ought to vote Two of them disturbed his meeting the Courier Journal, such n graphic account other night and ho remonstrated with ing. As there is a lengthy of Stanford. Wo have not forgotten it was docket, it at least 150 each, which sums add 500 to his salary. Thopeoplo of the will likely hold over tho homo of our childhood, and our indistrict them. They showed fight and started Dealers in 'Squire W. H. Kinniard lias quali- get tho benefit of his services and com- towards the pulpit. Tho parson mot terest will never jjrow less, but Prof. Willis did not say nuito enough about fied as administrator of Col. Joe Weiplg-o- mon honesty demands that ho should be tliem witha pokorand the ecamps beat ami will sill the persoiul property at paid a reasonable compensation. Ho a hasty retreat. Stanford's good people. Perhaps lie Kev. W. A. Slaymaker preached two has been faithful to his trust and the does not know so well as we, that tho niiciiou on mo loth. . good sermons Sunday to largo congrega- ii boo .. nnti.ii.Mi Kev. J. It. Tercy, who is confined to it best people of earth are to bo found in .j .iMnnuunmmi mat ho rethat littlocity, tho most charitable, the his room with pneumonia ia steadily ceives tho reward ho bo richly deserves. tiona. Tho last was hiafarowell dla.ira most intelligent for its buo in the State. Improving and his physician thinks he AtoVclock v. m. on the (1th inst., anil a deep regret was apparent on all Dr. DooreH gavo a splendid win De out in a short time. ur josepn r. Letcher died at tho resi- sides, as the thought of giving up to Hld.G. W. Gowan ban located per- dence of his daughter, Mrs. M. H. Ows- excellent a pastor was brought to a talk to his audieuco at Wednes ley, in Lancaster, altera protracted There ia no better man anyday's prayer meeting, and none who manently in Lancaster and takmi Ho waa ono of tho oldest citizens where and the good ho has doue hero heard it but wero benefited, as there oi inu uiristlan church. Hu preached Call and Examine their Stock. were many points for serious thought to a large congregation Sunday and all of tho place, being a son ol Benjamin will tell in tho ages to come. The meeting at the Methodist church Letcher, who waa tho llrat nlprk nr ti... and Ho spoke forci- are highly pleased with him. The masque partr given by Miss circuit and county courts of Garrard has entered on its fifth week and Rev. bly on a christian's duty, and how members of tho church sinned, as well by Xtnnin Harrison the eveninir of th 4ti county and one of tho first settlera of tlio II. O. Morrison, tho preacher, aaya it has The real battle is now .. just commenced. omission, as commission. Wo wero pro whs highly enjoyed by the largo crowd county. He was horn in 1S0S nn.l of young folks present and tho charac in his SOth year at the time of hisjdeath. orf, the preliminary skirmish on the vented from hearing tho services of Kev. of tho dovil having driven them tn Anderson who conducts tho Hrptiet pray- ters represented wero well seleeieil. a .. no studied medicine in early life and On account of the mild winter we have left on hands a fine line of er meeting, but were told that his con elegant sup,ier was served during tho was for many years a successful practi- bay. Tho interest grows and intensifies. Men s Heavy weight Cheviot suits, all late styles, which must be All the churches received additions Suntioner in Garrard, Jessamine '.and Fay gregation was largo, and nervices very evening. closed out in the next 30 days Tom Eason, mail clerk on tho 0. S., ette, standing high in his profession. His day and Sunday night over 25 persons interesting and instructive. asked for tho prayers of God's people. A Little Ida Iloldam was ten years old Is visiting his mother tlita week. Dr. first wife was a daughter of Wm. nn.l Win. Hodman aud Uncle Mike Elkin Sarh Cook, his children being William, dozen or moro united with tho MethoSunday, and remembered all her little dist church that day. mates nt a splendid dinner, not forgett- havo returned from Louisville. Col. iMMijamiu, .Maria, who married Gen. Rev. W. H. Munnell Iibs done a In order to do this, prices must do our talking. ing yout correspondent ami soveral oth- Geo. T. Mason of Chicago, is expected Gordon Granger, aud Ellen, who mar$11 cheviot suits will ried Judge M. H. Owsley. Wm. and great work in his Central Mission at go at $8; $14 cheviot suits will go at er "grown up" friends. Tho table was this week to visit his mother mid broth$9.50- - S15 cheviot suits at $11.. loaded with everything good, being un- er. Circuit Clerk W. II Mna ti. Mrs. Granger are dead. Ho wn murrici lx)uisville. During 1S93, there wero 50; 10 suits at M4;j,i7 suits at 512.50; Si6 suits at $13. Mens' Sun Herring is visiting hor sister, Miss twice iu Je88.iminocoiintr.iuif )u .,.-- held 471 services and 134 confessions youth s and boys' overcoats der tho management of Mrs. Doores, at cost. We propose closing out the which in RBMiranco enough that every uanio at Ward's Seminary, Nashville. vived his wives and for several years tins were taken and recorded. Tho nisirm above goods, so call and see our goods at once and be convinced that thing was well cooked. Ida ia ono of the Mrs. Alice Grant Haynes, of West 'ir nude his home with his family at Lan- also helped many poor'peolo with food this is the time and place to make your purchase. caster. He was a verv lirimlnnma . aadrairrent. All this was done with cash brightest children of her agu we over ginia, is visiting the family of Dr. J. W. amounting to $1,020,27. knew. Generous to a fault, she has a Grant. Mr. Tom Miller has returned to of courtly manners, superb a Idress and contributions ecoro or more of warm friends who join his homo in Knox ville alter a pleasant wonderful conversational powers, always Bro. Munnell is an old newspaper man, in wishing her many returns of her visit here. Mr. Tom Hush is here vis- keeping pace with the times by constant who in his older years has repented and reading and a careful perusal of all the turned to God, and is now doing work birthday. Master Pennington Moore iting his parents. leading periodical. Ho was a. -The collector of the Lexington gavo a last week, to which memir meetIn for repentance. of the Preshvteriitn the United States tho Methodist has had a large number of storenil his little friends wero invited and .n.i ,..!... keepers and gangers appointed, but ow- his health would permit was punctual churches stand first in point of number, & each had a good time. ing to tho failure of tho distilleries to In his attendance unon tin Hrt.i.na nt having 51,000 familied and 4.69S.000 comWILLOW GROVE. begin operations, their services are not the Banctuary. His remains were taken municants; the Baptists are second, and have 4J.000 families and 3,743,000 comneeded, and now having given tin reim. to Lexington via D.inville for lntermn The fellow that attumpts in tho fumunicants; tho Presbyterians the third, lar employment in the ordinary pursuits in the cemetery of that city. ture to smash tho school house as was The correspondent of tho Courier-Journ- with 13,500 families and 1.27S.000 of life, they are adrift with nothing spedone some weeks ago if caught up with tho Roman Catholic families has hardly done justice to Stan- cial In view. Standing out in the cold, will And himself on the narrow strip of with nothing to do at a time like this, is ford in many respects, though evidently number 10,270, with 0,253,000 individu At-tentiland bounded on tho one side by the Prescrip-tion- s intending to compliment tho city In good ala in thorn, all of whom ore counted by devil aud on tho other by the deep blue Indeed a sad spectacle; but as nothing teaches like experience, tho presump- faith. Hu simply gives tho names of tho that body sb members of the Church, sea. promptly-givethus making it appear that tho memberMim Georgia Lewis' school at Mt. tion is that they may grow wiser as they members of trie bar, without any to their ability and reference ship is larger than any of the churches, Xenia will close next Wednesday. Dr. grow older. Government positions ore simply a waste of time that could bo bet- to the fact they stand in the front rank though judged by tho communicant Howard Cook, of LouIsvIUp, is tho guettt of their profession and havo a renulatlon standard the membership is lees than of his couisin, Herbert Cook. Miss Mag- ter employed. C3--0 As the Kentucky literary exhibit at with the limits of the State. the two largest. gie GiMtineau ia visiting relatives in Pulaski. Mr. Park Huckner, of Cleveland, the World's Fair wai so small as to he He gives more sp.ico to an enumeration Bobbitt Again in the Mountains. Ohio, ban been in this vicinity on busi- scarcely discernible without tho aid of a of tho virtu-- s of tho citv intrah! than ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ABOUT To the Editor Interior Joarnal.) microscope, it is thought that it might to tho entire legI fr.itrnitv. His pict ness, the nature which seems to be to in1'iNKVit.t.K, Jan. 0. Court is on with be well to in ike an effort in the way of ure of the editor of the Intkkiou does I'n-dduce a young lady to move north. Judge Hall on tho bench cleanly shaven Jack Ilosley Ih convalescing from a increasing tho number of works of a his not do (ustico to that distinguished and looking, as I told him, like ho had knight of the quill. Tho editor ia a severe a'tack of the prevailing disease. torical character at least. Tho nolitiral found tho celebrated rejuvinating spring Miss Marietta Carman liaa been visiting history of the Xt.Ue would furnish a pro- handsome man and has norib p( that for- in search for which tho Spanish Caval lific theme, and some oue who is famil lorn, wish-her sister in Danville. ier, Ponce do Loon, lost his life. A Kantist brother has lust informed iar with tho men who have figured word look that tho likeness indicates. . hat a grand country is South Es-teri II 1. mo that Itiv. J- W. Lynch refused to prominently in tho politics of tho State icTiiapsuioaiiist did Ins best to i?jt u Kentucky, with ita inexhaustible accept the $3,000 call of the Covington would bo a proper que to do the work. solemn, sanctified expression, with tho mines of coaI and iron and thousands of hope that the editor might nt A true and impirtUl record of Haptist church and ho stated to his conflome day square the saymiles of uubroken forests in all gregation at Danville Sunday mornini; ings and .hiitigH .)( th. pubic uiiui of the in tho distant future betake himself to their primeval granditer! Ten thousand Tliis in tho second time lie Iibs received State from its earliest days to tho present some cleric U calling and thus make his . Or. square miles of coal fields, and 20.000 of ' - ' v TMmn calls where the salary ollered in each in- time would make some very interesting last days his best day. Of tho miny r What nn immense scource of good thingi that cm bisiid of tho edit- iron. stance was double the ono he is receiv- reading. . :!-or, none are more conspicuous than his wealth! I have been up to tho "magic" rr. jrtVjS!fe Tho governor in the opening ing, and he is the only preacher on rece f St.... e .43 . independence in the management of his city. Tis like Rome, Palmyra, and Byz4V of his message assures tho Legisla ord that tho Iord ever failed to instruct m .'Ji go where tlio most money was ollered ture of his high respect and best wishes paper. And while, iu tho main, ho runs antium, grand even in ruins. to My thousand vacant houses still ten- to accomplish good. The Danville church lor their health and happiness. This is his journal on democratic tracks, ho is I Every one fully guaranteed. is rejoicing over llro. Lynch 'h decision. comforting, to say the least, but it would not slow to side track and switch oil' antless as when I was hero before. Oliver Chilled Plow Extras at Reduced About .'00 is to bo expended in im have been more ixiiii'ed if lie had said when ho sees his party is in tho wrcm?. have made a few presents here to soma Prices. proving and beautifying Willow Grove that ho hoped none of them would have The fact is, tho I.vtuhiok is tho only in of my friends and they havo moved into the grip and that they vvonlii use no more dependent journal in tho State aud that elpgant apartments for which they pay school house. Tho trustees, Messrs. Itichard Cobb, Jr., A. Kvcrhart IIuihI tailgle foot wlliskv than in itlinnlnii.lv refuses to hark at the commands of shy- no rent and no writs of eviction will ev ley and John Moore, are already push for their health. Hecompli sters and professional political highway er bo served upon thorn. Their 'title of t occupancy is a title. Tho ing the work right along, ami will make nients thu Kentucky World's Fair writer in tho Courier Journal that artho house a thing of beauty which will for their valuable service-- all Nino so called democrats, seven of bo a joy forever. Maps, charts, etc, of which is proper, hs he ia necessarily them representing tarill' 'robbery in tho raigned you as an editor and mo aa n statesman, poet and scholar admitted tho costing nearly $J00, will also be provided compelled to bolster up ins own proi-ny- . Hast and two standing for tho city was dead and proceeded to assign As roareely any one else in tho and this institution is going to bloom steal iu Louisana, refused to Capt Itobt. D. Logan wanted a brick Slate or elsewhere Iihs Mid anything iu vote to take up tho Wilson Hill yestor- - tho causes of its demise. I did not know FOR tho cause I only know a corpse whether hoiiHo built, while Col. El Logan has sug- their favor, they need all thcemntv com uay. Itiese fro bound in tho ordinary aero cloth or mungested tho brand new idea that a porch pliments that are lying around loose. merely laying up, for themselves and icipal ceromonts of tho grave. But I bo built all round tho school room that He makes haste to admonish tho mem- the protected interests thoy would conlike Middlesboro bo mdeh I do hope thechi'dren may have comfortable quar- bers that it is their duty to get thtough tinue to protect, wrath against the day thero will bo a joyful resurrection for In our line. Prescriptions compounded accurately from the very ters in which to plav whn ii is raining in 00 days, as contemplated by tho con- of wrath. Louisvillo Times. hor in tho future and that his side of tho stitution, umi intimates that thev can The Treasury Department reports day ol judgment. For as a city is a cor HUBBLE. not count on him for a prolongation of tho world's money aggregates $3,001,000-00oporation and as a corporation He winhes them a pleasant gold; $3,931,000,000. silver; A now Fairbanks scale is going up the has no foul, as is quiintly ob Prompt attention given to all customers, Come and see stay in Frankfort and hopes they will uncovered paper. France has here for tho bonr;fit of tho store belong our goods receive tlio plaudits of theirconstituenra the largest por capita circulation, viz: served by bir Kdward Coke, a resurreclag to Hubblo'p. tion so long -- Miss Annio Bright has gone to Mill upon their n turn to their liomeB. What i'M 81, and China, with f I 80, has tho goou. 1110 deferred would do her no iwo wiuows I was to marry crsburg 10 attend school. Will Kohin respect a Solon Iihh for a constituent af- smallest. The United States has $25 55. in December havo excusod mo at my reter he has his vote, ia tho eighth Johu Kilroy, of Tuscurubia, Ala., quest, and Bonis back from Middlesboro. Greenberry thus you see I shall bo free Druggist, Stanford, Ky. wonder of the world wont home drunk and retired with his Bright ia tho first in this community to A glance at the list of the amounts pipe in his mouth. Tho bed clothing for 12 more months and can pour the get 30 acres of land lor corn plowed, this additional ten thousand dollars into the together with his goin to Richmond e received hv tho Commonwealth's attor caught lire and ho waa burned to death. lap of beauty. More next week. lit) judicial districts for tho His wife and child, who wero in an adi casionally leads us to thintc lie will fur- neys in the Fountain Fox Robuitt. calendar vear to date sIioas conclusive joining room were also badly burned us an item for tho I. J., some day nish ly the fact that in mny of the districts while two other of his children wero . for long off". There is ono thing admirable in the the compensation is not at all common- - crematud. Will be delivered rifrhrit- - vntir Annr nn th fXtlnitunrr At,,, - t. republican party. When it has tbn nn. Our corn mill begin grinding here tim Mrs. RebeccaShultz, of Valparaiso, thority it uses it. When it has lost Saturday and will grind each Friday Biirate with tho serviced rendm-ethe pow-o- r thereafter. You will not be disappointed. It will be out vour wav nfinr tliiH. J. O. Kubauks and It. L. Cemmoii wealth, and is not just towards lud., dropped dead in the poor house, . it employB it to carry out its policy. as follows Hubble started south with one load of laitn ul ami Hhcieut public servants. where sho had been an inmato for two No division weakens it, no hesitation Crab Orchard and Preachersville Pikes Every Monday The couipHiiHitiou of our worthy and years. In searching her clothing $3,000 hinders it, no cowardice causes it to wa- Dudderar's Mill Pike their mules. Mies Nuttio McClure has talented young atiornov, John S. Ows in greenbacks wero found. How she ver. In this Every Tuesday returned to her home iu CfBey county. 'respect the democrats in loy, Jr, is only f 1,000; about enough to came by the money is a mystery, Every Wednesday-Danvill- e but a Congress may well learn from their ad Lancaster' Pike Miss Loulie(08ley proposes to open a pay (Ha tnvoliog hxpusm and hotel trilling sou, who was too lazy to help : Pike Fvp her versaries. N. 1 . World. school about the 20th of Jan. hero, and Mr. Ed bills At tho last teim of the Garrard has aheady laid claim to it. Tho Louisville, Evansville and St. Hustonville Pike we hope she may have Every Friday' circuit court, the greater portion of tho I'lunger Walton, who used to pull Louis railroad was placed in tho hands Miuer haa.decidedjthat he can't get his ". ttmeot the. Com nwvaltli'a attorney the book uiakerd at races for $100,000 a of receivers at Indianapolis yesterday by Somerset Pike Every Saturday distillery in operation Mils upring. was necessarily given to Uih trial of no- - day sometimes, tackled a hotel in New Judge Woods, of the United States Cir- Stanford Every Saturday cuit court. AH Davis, a negro liog theif, was groes for soiling whisky, carrviui? con- - York and it got tho best of him. TuesW. D. GrPL'firv linn lioon lnn.t.i..i Rowland Every Wednesday cealed deadly weapons and all Borte of day he assigned for lynched at Lonoke, Ark. postmaster at Harris. Mad son cnnniv ALBERT HOMMI-.L- , Rowland! Ky. " ! Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January "' . FARRIS!& HARDIN, r - . Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Queensware, Glassware, Harness, &c. "New-Year's- " !). real-izUio- ill-ne- s. Plows, Waggns, Harrows New Year, New Prices. ts FOR : SPOT : CASH I . W. E. PERKINS. Crab Orchard. DRTTGGIST candy-pullin- g dis-tri- L. IF'IEIISnN JEWELBB. Y al s; A Complete line Watches, Clocks Gold, of Drugs and Medi- Plated Silver and Ware at lowest prices. cines, &c. on n com-ments- ns a Specialty. to repairs. TO .A.. IR, IFIEILTIISrX". 1 o The Vulcan Chilled Plows 1 . n - X-sjs- A T Z. yt& . I nen-tenc- & vv .. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. nei-essur- y mi-li- o rs ; HAPPY NEW YEAR! Thank You, Call Again. sugar-bount- y Drugs, Books, Everything DRUGS AND 0, set-sinn- . BLST 2,700-000,00- CHLMICALS. i W. B. McROBERTS, OI7I JlN. ..r N stu-cet-B- . ti,,.j,.. ' I O-- kl J '"f'fij' .1 ik.-.L- t, , Jr1SJnJh'4Jiii&- - mpx&t- - "? "W'$s'rfWy,p nf&" - - di Semi-Week- ly Stanford, W. J Friday, tossing threo men and a woman, villo to tho poultentiary for larceny died on tho night before tho day of his re. badly injuring tho latter. A man dually settled its hash with a gun. lease. S. T. Harris bought of J. N. Menofeo Silas Field, nn Arkansas planter, has No othkk name was presented before The Great Clearance Sale is to be continued all through thid month at Frankfort but created a sensation by marrying tho wid- 12 hog averaging 125 pounds nt 4jc. tbo democratic caucus ow of his son, who died n little over a Ho bought of O. P. Newland 14 of name We are anxious and willing to sell goods tbat of .Indue Lindsay nnd ho was reat and at same price. year ago. nominated for U. S. Senator by acclaJohn Hright surveyed 112 aures of mation. Ho was notified of the nominaWhilo James Gornon Bennett is land near Dudderar's mill which W. M. ehooting pheasants on his preserve in tion and made n very happy and beauti ful littlo Bueecb. Tho nomination for Versailles, his paper is blaziug away at Dudderar had Bold to tho Holtzclaw Brothers at $37.50 per acre. librarian was not so easily accomplish the proposed income tax from its Foil Sai.k. 20 good cotton mules, 21 in Now York. ed. Tho city was full of candidates, but of them mares, average 15 haiuln, fntand bo present incumbent, who eminently Clark Burr, ono of tho wealthiest ro Thkhk are 5'2 men charged with nuir No matter whether In deserved the compliment, was selected der and over 500 charged with other crim sidonts of Elgin, 111., shot and killed his ready for market. McUoboits k Briscoe. on tho Oth ballot, her contending com- es in that modern Sodom and Gomorrah, son Sunday. During n quar- Addrees Jerry Briscoe nt Shelby City. Crit Davis claims to have a yearling draw a pistol, being Miss Carrico, of Owensbo-ro- . petitor Chicago. Two and three aro crowded rel tho son attempted to So far 'tho democratic members of when tho father fired upon him with n filly by Vatican, fouled in May, lsl)2,thnt iuto one cell and tho Btraugost part of has trotted n quarter in 37) seconds, and the Legislature have shown their wis- the statement is that tho women's quar- shotgun. that he can drive her better than u 2:20 dom and a desire to expedite the public ters aro as full as the men's. Charles Slusher. of Louisville, and finish clip. O. Murphy sold to Dr. business. Let them persevero in that Charles Vokes, fought a CM. Thompand they will leave Thursday. Slusher son 2(1 acres of land tnilu from Kingslaudable intention Anotiiku editor is on the road to the fight near that city, sesFrankfort at the end of tho bad. Thomas II. Morris, of the Jessa won. knocking out his opponent. Tho villo, for $200. O. Brown bought of G. Black Goods, Fancy Goods, Underwear, Hosiery, Lace and Kmbroi- I t lllCI l tf.tHI Iaij.uI......1 .1 sion with aa much commendation as mine Journal, will join French Tipton fight was for a purse of f 100 and a side W. Leach 30 acres of land on Highland u,--'' living uvjjiiiunuiii snares ihikc, ucipuig to mnKe tins a memotheir predecessors took condemnation in the whicky gauging business. By tho bet of $500. rable slaughter of prices, It must be done. Avail yourself of the and Waynesburg pibo for $2S5. way nas lips paper suspended; Wu with them. Tho "National Mary Washington L C.Cornish & Uro. havo Bold to opportunity while you can. do not get it any more. Monument Afsociation has issued an ap- Louisville pirtiea 1,000 bushels of wheat A modkiin example of Z'eharias and peal to tho women of tho United States at 51 cent net, at Salviea. J. S. Cornan Elizabeth, who spoke of himself as j, Primary Election, March 3d. to contribute funds necessary to pay for ell sold to same parties 300 bushels olil man nnd his wife well stricken in At n meeting of the democratic com- the completed monument. The sum of wheat at same price. -- Harrodsburg vears. vot sho became tho mother of mittee held the Stli day of January, the $15,000 is desired. Democrat. John the Baptist, has just occurred near following resolution was adopted: Rev. G. F. B. Howard, tho plot Farris & Whitley bought a lot of 100. Ladies' Shoes, plain and patent tip, all solid solid Fairmount, W. Va. Eighteen months fetter, yoc, worth For the purposo of selecting domocrat- - fraud who swindled people with his bo Hi. 74 years slioata of Sum McDowell at 4 J., some ago John II. Garby, a bachelor i) nominees for all the county oflicea in gus European OJaun agency, was sen$1.50. Children's Shoes, 25c, 55, and 50c, worth double the money. K00 lb. cattle of J. C. Johnston nt 4 SH), old, was married to Miss Sarah Mills, Lincoln county, tho terms of whoso tenced to nine years in tho penitentiary nnd soiiio of S50 lbs. at 3. Thoy also Mens' and Boy's Boots at and below cot. have a few two years his junior. who was less than present incumbents expire the present Friday Mrs. Garby presented her hus- year, a primary election is hereby called at Columbus, O., fined $1 200 and taxed bought 80 shoats of Davo Logan at 4 00 Advocate. band with aa fine a boy baby as has ev- to bo held at all the regular voting places with $22,000 costs. unA gang of swindlers has been Col. J. S. Ridley sold to Gentry er been born in that section, and it and in the county on March 3, 1S91. (first the mother are "doing as well as could Saturday between the hours of 7 a. m earthed in Chicago. Their plan was to Bros , of Lexington. Ky., 117 cotton mules 5 pieces, turn oil for tho average of 195. T. M. Joneavo be expected." Mrs. Garby breaks tho and 4 v. jr. Tho election shall be by tako $10 and $20 gold Left that we will dispose of at your own price, All winter good wil modern record and in effect Bays to her Secret ballot; the officers shall bo a clerk, about $1 worth from tho edge, retnelt also sold same parties 02 cotton mules at pass it. They disposed of S50. These mules were shipped to be sold if prices will do it. the coin and sisters, go thou and do likewise. two judges and a sheriff, to bo hereafter from $200 to $700 a day. dillferent points of Georgia. The amount Judge Long, of Michigan, who con- received for the two lots was $1(1,018. The sheriff of Nelson county did a selected by tho committee. Democrats very neat job for Phil Evars, Friday. and minors of democratic proclivities, tested tho right of tho Commissioner of Columbia, Tenn., Herald. Tho fall did not break his neck, but he who will attain their majority by tho Pensions to suspend Ids invalid ponsion, A gool crowd attended court yeswas strangled in such a way that death ensuing .November election, shall be has been restored to tho rolls, on account terday but not h great deal of business ensued in nine minutes. Before ho died allowed to vote. The election shall bo of the recent passage of tho net declar was done. About 30 cattle were on the the negro made a full confession of hav- conducted in all other respects as pro- irfg a pension a vested right. brought $11 W; Yearlings market. ing outraged the little white girl and told scribed by tho law governing primary George Wolf & Co , the largest cattle $12 M; butcher stuff 2 of numerous other crimes with which ho elections. Ilie expenses of the election house in Louisville, has made an as- to2jcts. Forty-twJSTZ., owes wore taken connected, including that of shall be paid by the various candidates, signment. Dull holiday trade and ina- - down nt $1.00. Business on jockey row had been Bhooting his brother's eye out, which was and if nny candidate fail to pay the hility either to dispose of stock or to col was pretty lively nnd plug horses A. LTRBANSKV & CO., Proprietors. given out as accidental at tho time. amount assessed against him fixed by lect aro tho causes. The assets are brought from $25 to $75. T. D. RAN ICY, Manager. Strange to say he made no claim that he that committee, his name will not be about $100,000; liabilities, $05,000. In remitting ids subscription for anpermitted on the ballots. Tho candidates was going to heaven, but his chances O.T.J. Smith was sentenced to life M. G. Cash, after coiupli- havo been assessed as follows to pay the imprisonment by the jury at Pineville. other year, n'O fully as good as any who leave life montiiig the paper, writes from Clifton, expenses of tho primary election: For The case was a charge of venue from by that route. Texas: "Everything in this part of the sheriff$15; assessor $12; jailer $S; attor- Perrv county. Smith was a vineyard seems promising for ISO I. NotThr democratic handbook, containing ney S12; clerk $15; judgo $12. during tho louu anil is withstanding a very Bevore drouth, crops 11. II. Gkxtky, Chinn. an official Hat of the committees and othsaid to have killed a number of men. for '03 wero very good. No rain from J. A. Ohappoll. Sec'y. er valuable information, piepared by The newly elected council of Somer- theJHhof June, except n fulight I will offer at public auction at my store in Hustonville, Kentucky, on Hon. John D. Carroll, has been forwardset failed to ouat tho old ono, notwith- showers, till about the 1st of December, NWS It is a ed us with his compliments, standing the fact suit was brought ask- yet I made 40 bushels of corn and Sam B. Holmes has been appointed ing that thoy be enjoined from taking very useful volume especially to the bale cotton per ncro. Many others politician. A synopis of the election law postmaster at Frankfort. 9 tho office. Judge Morrow dismissed tho did equally as wall. Where is the place 1894, a nice line of General Merchandise of every description. Receivers have been appointed for caso and the old board and officers of a list of the M7 democratic newspapers It is outside oi Texas that can do as well unin tho State, the Legislative, Senatorial, the Nashville Electric railway Co. the town will continue to hold on. der like circumstances ? Let boiiio of One negro crap shooter at Mi. Ster judicial and Congressional districts nnd A grent cold wave has swept over your subscribers answer " much other information in a condensed ling killed another over a bet of 10 cents. England ami the European continent. An uxorcide died at tho end of a Much Buffering is reported in Great Brit California the Land of Sunshine, Fruit form is given. To secure goods at your own price I am going to move and must halter tied by tho hands of tho law, at and Flowers. ain owing to tho people being unpreparThe editor of the LouiBvillo Times Kansas City, Friday. Remember the day and date. The Midniuter Exposition, already reduce my stock. ed for such extreme weather. In many should not bo trusted. Ho has no mu Tho L-- & N.'rt earnings for December places tho temperature is lower than was much talked ol, bids fair to rival the sic in his eoul and is fit only for treason, were $2,030,S90.7( over $350,000,000 less great fair that has just closed at Chicago. e,ter known before. strategems and spoils. He speaks of than tho year before. Pennsylvania Itiilroad Compa- Not in size, perhaps, but certainly ho in The "The LaBt I.oso of Summer" and "Homo Dr. Clinton Cavendish, tho noted originality, in richness and in delighted Sweet Home," as wormful chestnuts, English traveler and scientist, died nt ny burns over 12,000 tons of coal a day between Pittsburg and Jersey City, at a visitors, who will unanimously agree the sweet' st, and one of the sweetest San Antonia.Tex., after a brief illness. cost of considerably over $10,000. This that the Pacific Coast is worth many Bongs ever sung. Shame upon a man, Some cowardly white men went to is for making steam only, ami does not tunes the time and money ppant to visit whose breast is oo savage it can not be a negro dance in Mercer county and call idclude the coal used for heating, run it; in itH return of delightful climate, soothed by the music of such Bongs. ing out Josh Mitchell shot him to death. The year past lias been to us all a stringent one in money matters mellow sunlk'ht, wondrous growth of elevators, ning pumping-ingineui. oterung win not nave a negro and electric light generators vegetation, aud the heretofore unheard and for that reason I have been very lenient toward those whose acTuk inamigera ot Macauley's Theatre, k of of industries connected with counts were due in July. s emNow Louisville, havo filed suit for $40,000 councilman after all. He failed to regis- or for the many tugs and ter last fall and is therefore ineligible. fruit raieinc, and tho shipping of the against the Commercial for libel. The ployed by this line. The publishing firm of D. Lothrop product. In order to give an opporplaintiffs claim that ever since they took & Co., which printed Wide Awake, LitTHE GENERAiTaSSEMBLY. tunity for everybody to visit this wonder persistently and charge the paper has Inrwl itiiritii tin Prnnuilmn fiilifnrfilu without reason or of cause "roasted" tle men aud Littlo Women, Babyland, The Legislature adjourned from individuals have money to loan and I urge those who owe &c, has assigned. rates via the Queen & Crescent route every performance given there and that Saturday till Tuesday to celebrate JackI need the money, it is me to come and settle at once Nicholas county is erecting n fine due me and have been reduced, and every ono may their business has been damaged to that son's Day. I want it. courthouse, which, when completed, will find the cost of sucli a trip within his extent. Great indeed must be a newsSenator Miller has reintroduced paper that could cause so much damage cost $ 10,000, and will be nu ornament to the general local option bill, which was means. As for equipment, it is the the town of Carlisle. only lino by which you can travel from in so short a time. of the LegislaJohnny Churchill, aged 13, shot and passed at tho last aession constitutional defects aro Cincinnati to San Francisco, absolutely To my customers for their patronage of the past and hope to ever ture. Some The supremo court'hns decided that killed Will Northrup, age 15, at Leban- supposed to bo remedied by tho new without change. Tourist sleeping cars merit vour confidence. saloon keepers are liable for damages to on, Mo., when the latter was discovered run every two weeks through from Cinbill. adjacent property holders by reason of robbing Churchill's house. cinnati to San Francisco. Solid vesti A bill to make the publication of Mrs. Joseph Wautz, of Miamisbuig, their business and the temperance people billed trains twiceaday from Cincinnati ohsceno literature and the sale of licen-touare rejoiced. It is said that life will be O., crazed with'the grip seized her eight n. 11. KING. by a fine of $50 to New Orleans, where connection is pictures punishable GI'OKGK II. I'KKWITT. made weary for those who sell liquors, months old chi'd and jumped into a through tiaius and Pullman $1,000 and from 10 days to ono year's made with to by suits innumerable and in this way river. Botli were drowned. or both, was introduced sleepers daily to California points. A Covington boy has written the imprisonment the prohibitionists hope to drive them Through car service to either New Declaration of Independence on a small-size- in tho Senate. gradually from the State of Indiana. Orleans or Shreveport, making direct MORELAND, KY.. postal card. Besides the 50 signaconnection for Texas, Mexico and CaliFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. We have opened up a nice line ot Ho.s. Wji, M. Bkcknkk, of Clark, will tures, it contains 1,350 words fornia. From Louisville through trains be known as common every day "Bill" John Hill bought in tho Kast Knd n make direct connection at Lexington Wesley Flannagan, of Jamestown, Beckner, if he keeps on. Friday he pre- has been disbarred from practicing a an bunch of feeders at .Tc. with solid vestibuled servico to New sented about a dozen billb and it is said attorney before tho pension department The assessment on horses in Missou- Orleans. Send to us for further particuhe had his saddlebags full of them yet for receiving an illegal fee in n pension ri amounts to over $:;i,000,000. lars. Ask agents for rates, schedules Ono of his bills is to relieve married wo- case. John Anderson sold to W. I. Horrin and other information, or addnss W. C. We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, wh.'ch we are marking men from the disabilities of coverture, Rinearson, G. P. A Cincinnati, O. Arthur Bopp, of Cumberland, Md., a lot of mountain cattle at 2 cents. down lower than vvcr. but we do not expect they will thank sent a bullet through his brain because Bed Wilkes still leads all other 80ns Terms cash or country produce, Give us a call. Wc will save you Saxiiy'h Qukkuy to Inokksom.. This him much for that. his sweetheart reproved him for coming of George Wilkes as sire of 2:110 beiii ti fill song (words and music regular money. to see her while under tho infiuenco of tedVVe are openingjiip a splendid line of Fall Milliner Carpenter sold to K P. sheet music siz) will be mailed to anyWhile Senator Hodges is making laws liquor. one enclosing oc in stamps to D. G, Ei We have for sale 24 broke mu'es 4 years old. Faulconer, of Danville, n gray gelding wards, General Passenger Agent, C. 11.. at Frankfort Mrs. Emma Walker Herr is Tho Noel Mill plant nt k D. It. It.. Cincinnati, Ohio. running his paper, the Lexington Observ- Tenm. started Thursday Estill Springs, for $200. with increased J. H. McAlister sold to Monto Fox, er, and doing it witii no apprenticed capably. It now UucltUn'b Arnica Salve. cS; makes 3,500 barrels of for Embry & Fox, of Danville, livo aged hand. It would be well for most of the Hour per day The belt salve la the world lor cuu. brunei and is tho largest wiuter Orel, ulcr, salt rlituim, Cover tores, tetter, chap- mules at $80. readers in the State if the editors would wheat flour mill in nl h.n.l. .hll).l.in. fA.n. ,...4 ill li ... tho world. During tho past tWO years Wie get Ol tioni and poiitively curt, piles, or no pay requir. go off and stay awhile nnd let somebody A Mississippi Valley passenger train ed. It guaranteed to kiv. perfect latitlaciion e Baron Wilkes carried oil j&i.OOO in purs or toner refunded. 1'rlca a( cents per boi else show how he or eho can run a was held up near Vicksburg by two Kor lale bv A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. newspaper. masked men Sunday morning. The es and stakes. Two thousand dollars has been clipLouisville is to havo a democratic passengers wero relieved of their valua- ped from the stud fee of Arion. Ha now postmaster after years of republi- bles, but the express car was not enter stands at $500. ed. was slclc, we garo her Castorl. can rule. Charles P. Weaver is his A powder magazino in the Laflin-Ran- d Tulrteen yearlings took records fas- When n.iuy name and Congressman Caruth had him year, and nino were When sho was a Child, rhu cried for CastorU. mill at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., ter than 2:45 last Is Receiving His When sho became MLsa, she clung to Castor). fired for oOonsivo partisanship. The Saturday, killing four men out- faster than '2:40. When sho had Children, alio gpve them CastorU, office carries with it considerable patron- right and injuring several Directum, 2:05i is aa sound as a dol: others sevore : age, there being 159 men under its su- ly. Window glass was broken two lar. Not a single pimpie, pull or wind-ga- ll miles pervision. from tho scene of tho explosion. can bo found on him. Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed: Give since Wednesday and yet nothing has been d no owing to tho absence of democrats, who are deserving tho severest censure. Tho republicans have been nblo to block legislation and prevent the consideration of tho Wilson bill, notwithstanding tho largo democratic majority in the House. An order was inado Saturday for tho arrest of every absent member returnable yesterday. Conoiif.88 bus been in session one-arme- 6 OR 8 PAGES. owed them for n previous job, lias brought suit against the union for 5125.-00- 0 January 9, 1894 charging conspiracy, etc, and tho Kr., injury of his good name. It strikes us that tho man who would'nt pay such an P. WALTON. account has'nt any good namo to speak of and that what he will expend in tho suit ought to go towards paying a debt usually regarded sacred. Interior Journal undertakers refused to bury because he burning of human bodies in tho United head of his choicest mares and yearlings States. undor tho hammer for $41,050. TttK Louisvillo man whoso wifo tho Thero nro 17 crematories for tho Milton Young, of Lexington, sold 10 Four thousand people heard Pattl 7. Padgett sold to Mis. Mooro tho sing at Louisville Friday night. The re- Dr. O' Bunion property nt Kingsvillo for ceipts were $0,710. $ 100 and small farm ntsame price. Brndstreet,H review Bays that moro Mulcahy " Cohen shipped to Cinthan twice as many mills and factories cinnati 200 hogs which they bought in have been started up in tho lust two this county at 4 to cents. Woodford weeks as havo shut down. Sun. James Thompson Bent from Louis A wild bull ran nmuck at Louisvillo Our Semi-Annu- al Slaughter Sale! pro-ser- vo BELOW COST! 9 CLOAKS, SILKS, DRESS GOODS, ... 1 30-rou- G0-da- y I I . WE MEAN BUSINESS Cloaks and Blankets 0GMIiI F.AB1LT. : STANFORD, LOUISVILLE jow-elr- y STORE, o ring-lead- er French-hversol- e AUCTION . I - one-ha- lf TUESDAY, JAN. 9TH JAMES FRYE, Hnstonville. I CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE s, -- ferry-boat- net-wor- TIMES : ARE I IJ'ks nd EASIER, AM VERY GRATEFUL H. J. McROBERTS. s d KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Dry I Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Clothing i perform--LfionrL- 'o Corn Wanted. KXITG PREWITT. tUIURUPLEY.-- 30-od- d Saltan me call. PALL AND: WINTER GQODS. ' . h mil rlAiilfcr'-"'"'- N fr&' - - lii --" hift in mil iiri iitmmmaMaiIRmHl " " lllliilsi MiMfc . fc-- "TT"' T.lll IMifcl i & ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 0, 1891 i Stanford, Kt., .tanpaky W. H. Hkhiins is making extensive reduced prices. Danka, tho Jowelcr. improvements to his store room b? putm ting the floors on a level Ac, and when A oiiil is tho latest nddition to tho completed ho will havo ono of tho room, family of Lawyer W. It. Cress, of Monti-cell- o. m Halanck of holiday stock closed out at iest in town. it ft in' Ri. sheet." goods for 1894. The cold way reached us nt Inst Sunleft over will o at Married, nt the homo of the bride, reduced prices. To secure n bargain, ro day night, but it was not much of ono to in Adair county, on tho evening of Jan. to Danks, tho Jeweler. have had its arrival bullitined for three 3rd, Mr. Cyrus Gerkey to Mies Bush MEANS BUSINESS. successive dnys. Tho mercury Is down Dickinson. On tho following morning Uahoainb in jewelry. Holiday stock to :il below z.ro nt St Buy your ncliool book a nrul school Paul, Minn. a Mr. Gerkoy nnd bride, in company with must so to mnko room for now goods for ol nil kinds at A. H. Penny's. Tiik regular settling tlino is nt hnnd several of their .friends drove to tho Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Watciika, clockH and jewelry repaired 'HI Danks, tho Jeweler. Bronzes, Spectacles and anynnd I Boncorely hope my customers will homo of Henry Gerkey, Mr. Gerkey'a and wnrmnW'd. Enravim; n epecinlty, Tiikhe will bo n BpelliiiK match nt Miss thing and everything in the Jewelry line at father, near Highland to bo present at at A. II. l'piiny'ti. Georgia Ijwls' school at Mt.Xenia, this, not delay in Bottling with mo. f. need the marriage of his sister, Miss Eliza money and trust that this hint will be Tiik Indent stock of DrttiM, Medicines, Tuesday night at 7 o'clock to which the Gorkley to Mr. John Young which ocrorltunery, Palnta mid Wall Taper Ht sufllcont to make you como nnd pay A. K.l'enny'H. I'rt'noriptlotH a Bpecial-t- y. public is invited. curred at I m., Thursday Jth in the me. II. C. Ruploy. ' presence of many friends. The attenMiis. A. D. Unhkuuooi) says tho largo Suiciijk. It was reliably reported dants wore Mr. and Mrs Cyrus Gerkey, STANFORD, KY. nmotiul sho received from tho product PEnSONAL POINTS. hero yesterduy that a Mr. Harvey, of Mr. Joel Elliot and MicsSnllio H. Young, of two cowb wnsfor milk nnd butter nnd Mr. J. H Floyd and Miss Maud Haker, Garrnrd, a of Mr. Thomas Ma. John Hukiiit, o(GrHH, Ih on a via not for butter alone ns stated. Stone, of that county, had committed Mr. John Eason and Miss Olnusa Flovd. it to Ida paruuta. DEATH'S DOINGS. Mini Kittiic Huoiiman returned to I'iiank CoiiDiKit can now send you to suicide tho afternoon before by Blabbing 5 jail or take your picture, either or both. himself through tho heart. Had health Somerset yesterday. Mr. Alvah Pullins, aged 71, died at H. A. Uiiii.to.v, of London, wto Ho hns been appointed police judge of is said to bo (ho cause of the rash act. his homo near Paint Lick last week of Rowland and ipialitled yesterday. hero on hiiHinccH last week. Tiik county committee tlxed March 3d Hright's disease. Ho was an upright, The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your na John Knolkman, of Loxingtoi), Fou next to ltev. W. for a primary election to nominate honorable citizoii and a man of much inwith rolalivca hero Sunday. H Kills and the old Helm house and '2b county olllcers and fixed a prico for fluence in his commnmity.-Mr- . Pulliim' Mm. LucvA.nn K.m, of May wood, acres of land for cultivation. Harvey entries in each race, which the boyB will wifo preceded him to tho gruve some lias huou grunted n puimioii. havo to pay or not get their names on eight years, but six grown children aro John S. 0vm,kv, Jit., wont to LoxIiir-to- n Helm. Apply to Miller Sowder. tho bailots. There is some objections left to mourn tho loss of a kind and in- School Books, Glass, Paints, Sunday on leal busiucHS. Oils. Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Tiikkk were :l adults and 8 children to tho date fixed but most of tho candi- dulgent father. His remoins were laid Liquors for Medical Purposes. Mns. Ha mi i: Ukkh.v, of Urnli Oration, buried in Hull'alo cemetery in 1M)3, to rest Friday in tho fHinily burying dates aro suited. is viflitlriK Mm. J. (i. CarpoiiUir.J UKainst 3.' adults and 12children in 1S2, ground near his late homo and a largo I.kwih (Iatth, Jr., of Monttcollo, is we loarn from .Sexton J. M. Hendricks. The Three Continent Menngerio and number of friends were present to pay hi pisttir, Mrs. J. 1. IMvis. 0 Carnival of Novelties in charge of J. D. tho last sad rites to tho respected dead. W. F. McOi-ik- y Suit. asks us to say A H. L. Harrison held forth in S. P. Mtsi Katu Cook, of Ihihtonvlllo, is Call and see us. tliHtthodrnft for tho last payment has Stagg's storeroom yesterday nnd intend- Mrs. John Pearl, of London, and Mr. D. lur aiatera an J brother li(?rt. O. PulliiiH, of G. J. A. MKohnhth, of Corhin, Ima been arrived and that tho teachers aro ro ed to stay all tho week, but the license six surviving Lancaster, are two of his children. quested to call Saturday and get their of Vtnitlnc friends and rtdntiros lion. IS was too much for them. Tho show Mr. O. W. Terry, the Highland Miiu. I". 12. Stoni: and children havo inonev. is a cood ono and worth much more than and clever gentleman, died Saturb'ou viMtlnj,' roUtivxa at llrodliftnd. J. S. Gkimks' Firm National Hank at tho siikII admission of 10 cents. Madam day at Horse Cave of consumption. He Mist St'Ki.Aii I'iihwitt, of Kirkirillo, is KlinUtlitown declared a dividend of HnrtiH" , the mind reader, mystifies ev- had been in bad health for a numbor of the CHPfet of Mine IHlii May Snupdure. three jwr cont.. aftr r)'iK taxes and ery one ith her wonderful powers. months and n few weeks ago wont to EdMim. Wir.t. C'oKnjKit, of ItowUud, linn othur expense and carrying Dealer In l,!W0 to dy, New Mexico, with the hope of reLiTfLK Amklia, the live yenr-olboon vory ill with an nlimwH in hor Me. undivided pmllts. gaining it. Ho improved at first but afdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McKinMlMI l.UKIK JollXtWN, (if I.rtllCHttr, A Ii..m)mi: reward u ill be given to ney, of the West Kud, while playing terwards grow worse and returned to his has own on a visit to Mm. Initio Dawany one who will send tho name of the around tho fire, hnd her clothes to cutch wife's home near Horso Cavo where he son. died a few days after his arrival. Mr. Mk. J. Ottxmikimkh, of Now York.ar-rivo- person, or any Information that will lead and when her mother haw her they wore Terry was a Jiribtian gentleman ami .Sunday and will bo liuru for wsvor-n- l to her discovery, who s;nt tho editor a in Dames. Tho sight caused tho mother was the life of the Christian church nt jwekage which was received Sunday. to faint but Miss Jennie Huston, who dnyc. And agent (or Ho was married last spring was present, had tho presence of mind Highland. Mil V. A. Mohkiii.y m down from Gov. MiChiUKY bus recommended to smother the flames, thereby saving and his young wife is called on to sutler' ('tiinburiniid Cup, to mo hh mother, GtMiruu I). Mahau for rfMtiiiiister at tho little one s life. Strange to say she the severest loss she can sustain. He Mrs. K. J. MobtiMy. and that settles it. Stuvensoti's was not burned nt nil. was hurried near Horso Cave. Studebakcr Wagons, Dicks' Feed Cutter, Dayton Cross-cu- t Miw. T. A. Hick Iiiw roturnml from JDisk rdativo waiu't in it, it sotmis, nt Mnhan Iouivillo, where Mm1 went to hoar l'attl was endorsed by 213 wtrons Harrow and Urown Cultivator. To Baptist Preachers ' City Honub. Mayors. G. Hockernnd ol thu nnd mo tho old tiwut. Tho Baptist churuiii- - of Double many ns any other Councilman J. K. YanArsdalo sold 29 thrso times Davk II. Skisxkii, of Walla Walla, applicant had. five year 0 per cent, bonds of tho city of Springs nt Waynesburg, Pleasant Point, Vnalilnnton, is viMtlng hlc many friciidn Stanford of $100 each, at auction yester Olive and Eubatiks desire to jointly and relatives in this section. Oca thanks are due our LnucaaUr day as follows: Nino to W. L. Dawson at o nploy a preacher, who will move into Mn. Lvn T. Ykaukii, fatlur of Mr. T. correspondent for coming to our rescue. 5101; 5 to J. S. Rico nt 5101.50; 5 to S. II. their bonndB and preach for them. Cor(Successor to Geo. D. Wearen.) 0. YoaRer is very ill of cancer of tho We had been praying ever since the pic- A: J. II. Haughniannt 5101.35; 10 S respondence with preachers desiiod. etomach at his home in Iloylo. ture appeared in tho Courier Journal Withers nnd W. P. Walton nt toil. to J. M. Johnson, Kingsville, or E. 5101 Mies I.iz.IK I too i. u roturnod to hor that somebody would say wo were not Bug-gie- s, 101.50. Tho whole brought a premium B. Caldwell, Jr , Waynesburg. homo at Ilustonvillo Sttttirday, after a so reprehensible in appearance as it of 535 85, showing that tho credit of Stanplimnant visit of two weeks with Mies makes us. NEW ADVEUTISEME.VW. ford inconsiderably above par. Emily nun. Tiik lticmoud Ileuister tells about a Mk. and Mrs W. It. Goon, of Danville, In tho county court yesterday Robert Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year tramp, who went to a lndy'n house in ppent Sunday with Mrs Kannio Murks. Smith qualified ns guardian for Hannah and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. 3STow that county and meekly asked for bread. Miss I.ola ncrouipaiiiod tlit-ihomo with She was Haker nnd J. P. Riflb as trustee for G. opposed to helping beggars, but .Mr. Milton VanlVlt. something in his manner caused her to C. Jenkins and children under the will Wehavr opened on Ipct Street a I'Hor J. M. llitovoii, who is now Helbreak her resolve. Handing him n stale of Pendleton Jenkins. J. P. Crow was llHtcherShop. where e will keep at all times the ling charts, etc , for thu American llook meat the country tl.rJ We will han- Before you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than biscuit she said, givo you this for the grnntod drug license. Henderson Uaugh dle nothing thil bffVthv but and will C., Iflt Friday to work Wnrno county. Lord's sake." ''I iliiMhrled ns constable In tho Highland the cheapest. "Then please ma'am" Ilf will ho pone a couplo of months. J. H. SELX. CASH ONLY, W L. WITHERS, Salesman. said the fellow, "for Christ's sake put a district till the next election. (it'll rotin M. Cooikii has connected little McKinney was appointed administrator A we can not keep books. O.r cutomprt butter on it." wilt himself with tho J. M. ltobinson-Xortoof Sophonia Rucker. Judge Varnon b lervrd in the beit tll nd we solicit th patronage ulthe public. We alto buy i;ood corn fd Tint will of A. Sidney .Myers was Oi , of Iniiiaville, and will trnvol with appointed E. W. Smith surveyor of Lin- cattle nnd hoBi. ANDERbON CA II R .V CO., M3m Mr. K. S Lytic. Ky. hta brother-in-law- , to probate yesterday. It leaves coln county and he qunlitled with W. 11 1. N. SiiBri'Aiii). butter known ns hi- - property, estimsted to bo worth Mn. Miller security. "llnssHhcppard," in tfn a visit to his to his sister, MVs. Maria Connor and -Mahcii 10. This is tho day Judge friend, Jtidpj'.M. 0. SminVy. Mr. Shop her daughter, Mrs. Kittio Hurusidci pud is pobtrntfeter at Montiuollo and an whom he nanus as executors without Varnon has fixed for tho local option Eoolc out for the a I around Rood man. .. security and they qunlitlud yesterday. election in tho Crab Orchard precinct rm .l llid II.iL.li, ROWLAND HOTEL. t I have i L'nderjtho now law the judge is recjiiir-w- l mcelj tHed up. ...y r.ttei areSi per day. Have Mk. Fiki.iu.no Tiiuiimo.mi has moved They are to use tho property as they to order an election when us many h'S family to the rcHidnco adjoinini: wish and then it is to go to Mrs. s' First-Clas- s Bar in Connection. as J5 per cent, of the voters of a precinct A Mr. J. W. Ilaydou, on Logan Avonuo. children in tho manner directed. ask it and a petition having been presen- Come one. come all. Satisfaction guaranteed er Kov. John Hell Uilwon, who owns the I or ne RrsiNHfW CiiANiiK. That all things ted to him with lit signatures tho order miHiey lelunded. I hanking ol my clerk will ra all night trams mv I lend tor past faproperty that Mr. Thurmond vacated, vors and so.icuinga continuance, am come to him who waits is ngain exemwas made tixing March IGth. as tho day will move into it. J. VV. CARRItR. plified. l or years Mr. J. Warren thick- tor tho election. The law also requires Hkv. W. A. Slaymakkii, wife, and er, has rlllod tho olllco of president of that those who ask tho election shall Misses Nellie and l.mio islay makiir leave y via Lexington and tho Chesa- tho workingnmn'H club, of which there put up tho money for its expense and peake & Ohio for their future homo aro ho many members in Stanford, but this was done by tho petitioners. GOURlER-dOURNAL A lovelier family ho finally decidul to stop work anil go near Norfolk, Va into business. He has bought a half inMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. never lived than this and their departure Is a ten pa ciht column democratic newjpiper. after n year's pleasant sojourn here, is terest in tho store of W. IJ. McKinney Mr. James Dishou, three score years May thuir nnd the firm will hereafter be, .McKinsubject of deep regret. tho ItY WATTE RSON U the editor. ney Hooker. Hero's looking at 'em and and eight, took to himself u wife Sunlines fall in pleasant places nnd may day, in tho person of Miss Bettio Grant, PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. they may both bo seen coining they never forgot those who lovo them hoping out of tho big end of tho horn next Now ageil SO. The WEEKLY COURIER. JOURNAL makes here. There were 211 applications for di- very liberal term to agent and Rives tree preYear's. clubs. ol and vorces in Louisvillo during 1S03. Mar- miums Tor l'rcmium Sample copies lentthe paper auy (our page Supplement free to CITY AND VICIMIFY. lino. Moititisox has said a good deal riage is evidently a failure adiiress. Write to conthere ton against dancing since ho has been here. siderable Danics, the people's Jeweler. extent. Tho COURIER-JOURNA- L CO. and tho boys threatened to havo a hop Out of the suicides in this S. and send him an invitation. room cottago for rent. J. LOv.IhVII.LE, K. A nici: Ho heard country, last year, only '2'1Q aro attribu The of it and said that if invited ho should ted to disappointment Hughes. in love. It was Semi - "Weekly Interior Journal, Hkatino stoves at cost nt W. II. Wonr-o- certainly attend and turn tho Tepsicho-ren- not a year when the young maid's fancy festiviea into a prayer meeting. extensively turned that way. And Tho A Co.'s. I'nder that state of cnao tho hop nnd tho At Spring Hill, L. W. Fowler and P. Courier-Journ- al Youit account is ready for you, Call invitation were both given up. It is re- C. Yousen, rivals for thu same Indy's Just turned over for the new year. Wc shall make it memorable to lated that Mr. Morrison approached n hand, met, Fowler shot Yousen fatally, Will be sent one year to any address for CS 7C. the trade all over and settle. McKinney Hros. the country. We have many goods we will not Address, W.P.WALTON. young man from n town not far distant, but boforo Yousen died ho stabbed Fow88 Sttnford, Ky. carry if it costs a great sacrifice to dispose of them. Skk' If you don't Hen get a pair of who was on u visit hero and said, "My ler so seriously that ho cannot recover. gold spec's at Danks the Jewelor'B. brother, don't you want to enter tho Petor Leo Alherton's wife has securMns. Katk. Hayh hns not rented her servico of tho Lord?" Tho young man ed a limited divorce from him in thinking tho evangelist wanted him to Now York. She retains tho house, ns stated. It is still for rent. child, go to proachingjanswered, "Xo sir Pvo n Ky. with Misses short cloaks reduced from $5 to ,$1.50. These must go. Miss-es- s 5 n month alimony for herself will bo readj January good job with tho Singer Youu account Sewing Machine nnd 5100 n month for tho child. The long cloaks reduced from $7 and $S to $4 and $5. Ladies' finest settle. A. It. Penny. Practical CA&PET "WEAVER, 1st. Call nnd Co." court also allowed hor 51,000 for lawyers' black beaver cloaks reduced from $iS and S20 to $12, and so on vvith Has lately purchased tSe celebiatcd Stanpohd. Five .columns of Satur- fees. Mr. Alherton is a wealthy citizen Yocit nccount iH copied nnd do not deevery cloak in the house. We will not give you prices on day's Courier Journal is devoted to nn of Louisville. Newcomb Fly Shuttle Loom, because you can almost make your own price. One line overcoats lay paying it. W. II. Wenren & Co. of dress article on Stanford by Prof. Stephen I). Crnddock reports this little story. And is prepare J to do a'l kinds of Carpet and Ruj goods reduced from 50c to 35c and the best goods offered in any John Muiumiy, of tho West Knd, is tho Willis, of the Crab Orchard High School, At a literary gathering a newly wedded Weaving. Kancy weaving on SliuwU, Mufiuri, Our black dress goods are al.vays up to standard and cheapand happy father of another bouncing baby which ho treats in nn entertaining man- matron in an argument ou matrimony, Ktc Call work examine my work. I guarantee marketBe 3m at low prices. er than can be had elsewhere. Our boy. ner. Among tlioi, pictures given aro ono said: "Women soon liud out tho best r and fountain, J. S. way to treat husbands. When I was pays tho of tho ItKMKMiiEKthntM. K. Klkin VITAL TO MANHOOD. residence, Walton's Opera first married 1 was on my knees to my for hides and all kinds Hughes' highest cash prico House, Gov. Shelby's old home, Travelhusband more times than I said my of fur. er's Rest, and Judge Winfred Hailey's prayers. J overwtieiiuea nun witn Must be reduced. Come and see our $1.50 boot for men. In this and wns deliriously happy. I Foil Hunt: My liouso on upper Main. handsome monument. In referriiig edlot is some kip boots worth $2.50. We have some men's shoes in odd Apply to Reuben itorially to tho article tho paper says could have cnten him. Now, nftor a few IVn P (V UTtJTia Vl'IH'li Mrs. Kato Hays. luiiTi.mtiii.i. lots, you can make your own price on beginning at 75c and running MJ..N r, nepecinc Fits, heu that '.Stanford is already months' experience, I'm sorry I didn't." ralk'ta, lleadnciie, jor listeria, Dlziiuess, caused ti up to a $4 shoe. Ladies' fine shoes both in front lace and Williamc Nervous button on alcohol ortiilmcco, Wakefmnixw, Slental Depression through that excellent nowspuper, the "Dear Mis3 Mildred," wrote tho Ho'tenlng of llralu, causing Incanlty, idIiwut, decay C. D. & E & E. E. lasts at prices to which none will object. to loan ou blue grass farms at Ladies' Money death, Premature Old Ate, llarruiine, rt Hennings Sons, Room Interior Jouiinal, but our renders will young editor, "I find it impossible to tell I ower In either sex, Irapntencjr, Lcucorrhcenios at wool union suits reduced from 32.50 to 51.50. Misses union suits 0 per cent. J. W. find much that is interesting nbout it on you by word of mouth what I have been Feruolo Wenknese, Involuntary Louea, nnd reduced to 50c, former price 75c. Gents' wool over shirts at prime cautod by of brain, 10 Kenyou lVldg, Louisvillo. another page." Secure a copy if you longing for months to say. My tongue A month's troatment.il. i b hayo not already .'done so. Newsdealer refuses to do the bidding of my will S."'?'.?5"end mal1- - "lth ench onler for U IfIwxes, wiU cost. We invite all who desire to save money in the new year to f3 will written guarantee to refund not cored come and see us. Foil Kent. Residence on Main street, UuaranttetlHned by WEST'S LIVKJt FILM recently occupied by Mrs. nettle MCKin A. A. Wnrren has nlready sold several when I am in your presence. I am under cures 81ck Headache, aent. llilloune, IJver Cou.pIatn Hour Stomacn, Dytpeptla and Constipation. jhundrod copies. Matheney. tho necessity, therefore, of writing to tell ClUAlUNTiXa losucd ouly by ney. Cnll on Mrs. Mary you how inexpressibly dear to me you havo become and ask if yon will consent to be my wife. In reply please bo brief, omit the discusolon of unimportant tropics, and write only, on ono side of the That's what, and if you don't bclcivcit sec our new assortment of VHLA.T 2. E. C. Walton, Business Manager A ricw choico Koods Largest Stock. - Lowest Prices. etip-plie- Banks', the Jeweler, DRUGGIST. son-in-la- I- - DR. S. G. HOGKER I'i, iiK.NT-Cotti- ik'tf t Drugs, School Supplies, The Best Goods For The Least MoneyDB. S. JgQCKEB,, The Druggist. m m vifl-iiit- K m t mer-cha- nt J. K. VANARSDALE, f d 1 d Hardware, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Queens ware, &c. m Dun-viII- h The Old Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, of-rk- . K. WEAREN, Ad-dres- s 1 1 Dealer iij Carriages, Wagons, Farming Implements, n Meat Sh.op. fint-eln- sj bt Get His Prlees FOlt n . S;V.-(XX- ), ITotios Gentlemen! .... -- Hurn-eide- 1 S)r 1 to-da- THE WEEKLY We have served yotiwell in 1893. Begin 1894 by squaring your account and giving us your patronage again. SEVERANCE & SON. t , 1 n Ou r lew Sheet Weekly Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, LOOK - at Our CLOAKS. 51-- - lint-clas- s i - court-hous- - Boot asid Shoe Stock .r. well-know- n l'roi-tnitlo- T Hpernjn-torrhoe- over-exerti- . e. HUGHES & TATE. mmL& ,.;. tpA-j.- 4 l,4 f.j."'. ..J. . ., qy "Spsr"1 VtT WjyJT "JWtt Ti Vs 73ip"wf w;rr-- - . er tt """Wi' lw? AS 'f - R. i 7" "V' X Semi-Weekly Interior Journal AT - CffSMHWsfccW33?st2i 1 ! A "Run-down.- " Publlahod Evory Tuesday and Friday LVTS srzrwfh '. - i'( r.r I A $2 -- YJttiVU. IN- ADViVNOK Whn not so paid SiJ.60 will be charged.17.12 It A HORSE LESSON. .Mion-- K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tho Mont llrmitirul Horses nt American Tills Year. If nn nnprt'jniHcetl observer who had een tho nnimnls at tho Lolniublan exposition uml at the New York horse how were to be risked which wero the Mail train going North .is 37 pm finest horsei exhibited in America this South - 11tJ3pm year, ho would probably answer, ''The 31 pm Express train " South..,.. " " " North......... 3iam Russian OrloftV A number from tho . .936813 Local Freight North...... from ' South.. ...., ....! o;p m Russian government stables, also Duko The latter trains alto carry patsengert. tho privato stud of tho Grand Th above li calculated on standard time. Solar Dimitry, wero shown at both exhibitions. Ira is about to minutes Taster. If you npproached tho stall in which ono of these horses was, say tho QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. whito Orloff stallion Oussan, ho Golnsr North trains pass Junction City as fowould come toward you with tho utmost llows: Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Vestibule Limited 3 p. m. Local 11:55 p. m Florida confidence aud rub his noso ugainst the Limited u; a m prating, evidently desiriug to mako your - mionaa ncquaintanco. If you humored him and South N. O. Vestibule 13:55 s p. at. Limited it p in. Local i: Vestibule arrives S 10 p. m. troked nnd rubbed tho sido of his face, ho would whinny for you to do it again lis you went away. If, leaving tho Uus- Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. tn., returning at y.ta p. m. L & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. to riruae. "JIntllda," said Mrs. Ycrger sternly, "I saw you talking nt tho back gato lost night with n colored man." Matilda SnowVnll Yes, mum. Mrs. Yerger I want you to toll him not to como hero again. Matilda You whito folks am mighty hard tor please. At do las' place I was at dar was n whito man comin tor seo me, nud do lady ob do houso kicked like n mowel, nnd now when n cullud genner-ina- n calls on mo you're boginnin tor find fault. I yon wouldn't bo satisfied if ono of dose henh Chlnenncns waa ter pay ino 'tonshuus. Texas Sittings, Dlltlo-il- t Stockholders' Meeting. Clover Hay For Sale. - Extenuating. ISA fflMk B w I 3' IT..-I !fea 7M . ?Tv&!i& nnd "used up" feeling is tho first warn-in- g Either baled or unbaled. Will deliver either to thntyour liver isn't doini; its work. A meeting of the stockholders of the National Rowland or Stanfoid. Price very low. E II. HEAZLEV. 80 im And, with a torpid liver and the impure llankof iliwtonwlle will be held at the.r banking Stanford, Ky, lilnml thnt follows it. vou'ro nn ensv nrev houd in HuKttmwIle Tuesday, Jan. ), 1R94, beof and ) o'clock for the purtween to nil sorts of ailments. Thnt is tho timo pose of tho hoursPine10directots toerve during the electing to take Dr. Pierce's Goldon Medical Dis- ensuing year. J. W. IIOCKLR, (.'ashler. covery. As nn nppctizlnir, rrstorntive Si tonic, to repel disenso nnd build up tho needed flesh nnd strength, there's nothStockholders' Meeting. Situated 107 aercs ol land with a large house ing to eqnnl it. It rouses every organ in Rowland and now occupied by J. W. Adams, into henlthful action, purifies nnd en and known as the Hodemer la in riches tho blood, braces up tho wholo A meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers J. S. OWSLEY, Trustee. So 4t btanford, Ky Hank .V 1 rust Co. will be held at their banking health nnd vigor- syntetn, nnd restorrfl on the first Wednesday in JanFor every disenpo by a disordered liver house Stanford purpossof (letting u directors for the uary, or iinpurn blood, it is tho only guarnn-tec- to serve the ensuing year. J. II. OW'SLEV, Cashier. remedy. If it doesn't benefit or 8 cure, in every cnee, you can linvo your money back. Stockholders Meeting. MY BRIOK LIVERY STABLE, of $500 is offered, bv thn proprietors .,.. .! . . mr'llllf 01 lll AlotKlluiut'ia uir.u. I'!., me .list Dr. Surd's Catnrrh Remedy, for nn incur-nbltional Hank will be held at their banking house Situated on Depot Street In Stanford, Ky., or I ense of Cntnrrh. Their remedy in January, will exchange for real oitate In Lincoln county. on the tho worst In Stanford purposetrend Tuesday directors lor and pormnnontly cures J.N. MENhPfcL 1801, for the of electing 11 Stanford, Ky. lulls- McUnilKltTS. the cusulug year caBee. For Hont for 1894. 'i 111 cr Sals or Ront. e ,.t v--.. .- per-fectl- y - I m lllue-Gra- ss P- - Blue-Gra- 1 bottle Iree at A. R. Penny's lar she 30c and Ji.on. 4Titifrn 11111111; 1 (Is sat hm Is iinilntiK ta.1 lav lis UUMUUUivuij .ir at. used it In his lamily for eicht J ''5', and It has rcve. failed to do all that is claimed for It. Why noi iry a rtn.euy o mni incu anu icsicu. anni A llousohold TronBuro 1) W ruller, ol Canajohsrie, N, Y., says that he alwa s kceys Dr. Kiik' New Discovery In the D. home a d hi' family would not be without it, If nrocura le ( A D)krnian Druggist, Catskill, Dr that lijvat King' New Discovery Is At the N. V , s ! J Cashier, S. CARPENTER, old stand ol well-know- n J. II. Green, In DR. W. B. PENjW DcullHt. Ofli ce South bide Main St., In office recently vscai ed by Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Staaford, Ky. Hustonvilto, Kentucky, friends and Farming 47-o- Drug Store. Modu- m "Why, you told mo you hnted Jnckl" "Oh, that was before ho proposed." Life. Vusti-i- l Absolutely Pure der. Higest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. A cream of tarter baking now royal:bakingspowder 100 CO., Wall St.. New York. TliQFloronoa Hotel, JELLICO, TENNESSEE, Mrs. J. B.j Montgomery, Prop. I .The best hotel In tne city and the only one with a sample room for drummers Especia attention to the traveling public. Kates $i. 53-6- IDaA-HESTST- . K. J. E" v; , tho kitchen door. "Nothin much, mn'am," ho replied, HlLLKNMKVKR EJLKIN, M. Lesington, Ky. metry, by far tho mobt jwrfect model of with a politeness that awakened her the action suspicion. Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to F. B. RlLEY.lProprletor, "Money, I suppose. Wo don't give of the democracy. jv?JiL?. tramps money." '.' Kentucky. London, "No'm; I don't want no money." JNO. I have moved to my new Hotel and am bettor "Well, wo havo no victuals except for prepared than ever to accommodato the public. My two farms, adjoining. Very near Kings Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to tne action vlllr station dinner, nnd they nin't dono yet." Good Livery attached and every convenience de Uneor eitncr of them One con l of the DemocraUC party. taming a little over 91 acres, tbe other no sired. Give me a call. "I don't even ask for nono of ycr dinhighly Improved with good residences, bsrns, FRANK RILEV. 77 ner, mn'am. All I want is somo dry 1,000 young healing Ac. Call and see them D. Iruit trres, apples and peaches on the qi acre bread jes' dry bread." farm Old age and Unrroit'es my reason for wantSho was touched. to tho office of ing to sell All unincumbered. Is a candidate for D M.CRKIGHTON. of Lincoln County, subject to iction of the "Poor man!" sho exclaimed. "Here, Kingsvtlle, Ky jj.tl democratic patty. I'll givo you a piece of pio anyhow." 'nil persons having claims against the estate: of I druthor hov tho dry bread." "No'm. 'D. G.Sltugh er, dee'd, will file the sime proper. JL. ly certified to and proven with mr by an. 1, '04. "Do you like it?" Any one knowing himself to be indebted to the seo mo an tho rest of the Is,a candidate for jaiier, subjeeOo the action of "No, but yer estate uill call and settle immediately. boys hez hustled aroun till wo'vo got a the democracy. HRONAUGH, Admr., t ..tZT RFarm, A Splendid Blue-GrasCrab Orchard, Ky PKfYATF.U 7j im tnrkey, an somo celery, an somo cranany horsn m the Russian collection; berry sauce, nn somo pluin puddin, an KAII.EV, Lancaster pike, known as the Dr On Danville Waller Owsley hornestoid. containing about 110 JOHNSON'S head perfect on all points; fino mnzzlo; nil wo want now is jes' tho dry bread ter to theactionjof acre. Fine brick residence el six room and Iaacmdidateforjailcr, sublcct MAGNETIC OIL! broad forehead; largo, full oy; ears per- mako tho btuflin of." Washington Star. the old Jeflersonlan democracy. splendid outbiuMings. Aim t sale pnv trly ion Instant Killer ol Pain. nice ewos, 16 hogs, let of cattle, head hotses, 8 fect in form and set; neck long nnd finestacks hay, farming implements. Apply to S. E. Intornnl and External. ly cut nt throttle, with beautiful A Vivid Description. Owsley on the farm ormjselfat Farmers Hank Cires PJIEI'HATISM, NEUl'AL OWSLKY J 81 GIA, Lum llnrt, bj.raln". Jirulu-.- , Willio heard somo wonderful music WALLACE E. VAUNON, withers high and shoulders slopHtltT Joint-- , COLlUnnC Hwolluic, r'tiIorn M.f ing; back short; qunrtors long and lint, on tho street ono dny nnd ran homo to Is'a candidate for re- lectionjio the omeoof Coun-il)llllHii.(,tii Win, Cronp.Dlpthi rla, Hore Throat, tail 6ct high; thighs slight, broad and tell his mother about it. ty Judge; subject to the actUn of democratic arTHOMAS Y EAGER. fcjUEADAUIlnsli Lymnglc. JAMES YKAGER. ho tystifle; legs strong, but not very wide tit "Thoro wns a man with a fiddle," THE HORSE BRAND, well set; clean, flat bono, upon which ho said, "and nnothor man who had a big & YEAGER, thetnoiit Powerful and rcnetrntiuglJnlmentfnr Mat. or Beast la existence, large tl rtzo 73c., U)c. tlzu Wc btands square and true. In movement, thing with a lot of strings on it, nnd evYV GIVENS both walking and trotting, ho shows ery time ho pinched it it squealed." JOHNSON S ORIENTAL SOAP. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLE, Is a Candidate lor Jlcdlcnted nnd Toilet. TheQrent Skin Curnnnd high, clean nnd frco action. I consider It required a special investigation to ject to the action olCounty Judge of Lincoln, sub mil find it the Democracy. Face Beautifler. Ladies Soap on dolleate and hlRhly perfumed ToiletMnkw the him ono of tho most perfect specimens discover that Willio had seen a man playSTANFORD, the market. It Is absolutely pure-. and velvety and rctnriM tho lot com tiln BOft U a luxury for tho Bath for Infants, of tho horso at tho Columbian exposi- ing on a harp. Harper's Bazar. O. P. HUFFMAN tion." Wetare In our new stable in the Opera Hous flexion: Itching. cleaues tho sculp nnd prccnctC3 A I'lulilotmlilo Overcoat. Tho coats of theso Russian horses are well supplied with tiu growth 01 hair, l'ricu !5c. For salo by Isacandldate for Jailer, subject tothe action ol Block land are as fino and soft as a baby's hair. There Tailor now broad do you want tho the Democratic party, lie would appreciate your vote. is apparently a marked diffcronco be- collar of tho overcoat to bo ? ,KEW RIGS AND HORSES A. ft. PENNY. tween thorn and all other horses in this Mr. FowBcads Mako it bo broad that Have bten purchased and noth JOHN M. JOHNSON respect. Next after tho hackney crazo if you were coming down tho street to umouts will leave the stable. A. G. Lanham I Castleman. ui in horso breeding will now come un- collect tho bill for it I could turn it up Is a Candioate for Assessor or Lincoln county Give doubtedly thnt of tho Russian horso of so I couldn't eeo you when you passed. subject to the actlor. ol the Democratic party. Texas Siftings. all grades trotter, carriago nnd saddle. At tho Columbian fair tho Orloff saddle A. GIVENS A Degenerate Son of New Kncland. animals awakened most enthusiasm. SherlfT of Lincoln county, subIs a "Beans, ma'am?" exclaimed tho man ject Candidate forof the Democratic patty. to the action Tonic For Swine. at tho kitchen door, aghast. "Beans! For a general tonic I havo never tried Why, mn'am, I've'come moro'n a thouanything that seemed to mo so effectivo sand miles to git awny from 'em!" as copperas and hyposulphite of soda. Aud tho tourist from Boston went sad- Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action tif Dissolve each in quantities of say an ly away nnd tried tho next houso. Chi- the democratic party. Dealer In &OASTLEMAN ounce in a bucket of water, and give it in cago Tribune. say a barrel of slop, feeding tho copperas MANAGERS,: PUBLIC SALE A Man tn lie Avoided. in tho morning and the soda in the evenOK Commerce Building, Louisville ing, and continue for two or three weeks. comes Baggs. I don't Higgins There Cut tho lumps open from tho lower side caro to meet that fellow. I asked him Agents throughout the South, and apply to tho cut a mixture of car- to lend mo f 10 one day last npring. Hoggins Ho ought to have let you (crude) and linseed oil cqnnl 7J A. TRIBBLE, Local Agont, bolic acid not allow too many pigs to sleep havo it. no's rich. parts. Do I will sell at public auction at my home near Higgins Well, you see, ho did. Life. May wood, on the Ottctiheim pike, on STANFORD, KY. together nor around strawstacks. Chango tho bedding frequently nnd sprinklo 18, 1894, A Jleluuchuly Ileilectlon. around sleeping places slacked lime nnd "Things do change," snid Mr. consisting of 6 hesd of bro d oiares, 3 of occasionally a little crudo carbolic ncid. My stock as ho prepared a check to hand them in loal by jack and one by horse, twowork- Desires to thank you for your paTho hyposulphite of soda can bo obtained with horse and one work mule, 6 milk cow, at almost any drug store nt from 10 to 12 his wife. "Before wo were married she suckling calves a heifer, 49 ewes and a tronage during the year which is my letters. Now sho doesn't Southdown buck, 4 sows and pigs, an extra fine cents a pound. I buy it in large quanti- enjoyed boar, shoats, ijo pounds, each, Ac. ties at from 4 to 0 cents a pound. Cor. take much interest in anything but my TKItMS. Salej wul be made on a credit of 6 and asks a continusignature." Washington Star. months with 6 per cent, interest on noie with ap almost gone Dreeder's Gazette. DUDDF.RAR I will open on January 16th, iSoj, a First-CIa- st Dairy, Irom which I can supply any quantity ol ersey milk to the people of Stanford and Row-an- d at thetollowing price, delivered: Fresh Milk, per gallon 10 cents .M. W. Dunham, tho Illinois horseman, to cents Slimmed Milk, por gallon says of Priyatel, "Too many of this typo 8 cents Dutter Milk, per gallon cannot bo brought to this country." His I will make two trips dally. The patronage oi the official report on tho horso when exhibG. A. PEYTON, public is solicited. 1 yr. Stanford, Ky ited nt tho World's fair is as follows: "Priyatel, black; 10 hands high; 4 years old; a horso of marvelous sym01-- pared to attend the wants of the public. Rates Tho author of "Hero and There In very reasonable. Italy," recalls tho story of tho German tonrist nt Capri, who ono dny, in tho courso of strolling about, saw n beautiOl'SSAK. sians, you went to tho grating behind ful girl in tho old costumo of tho island, Having secured the services ol Miss Matlie Alwhich an old American stallion was, yon bending over tho edge of n frightful len from Cincinnati as Trimmer fortius season, I Hurriedly advancing, tho wore not at all surprised to seo him show precipice. cordially Invite the ladira to Inspect a carefully kindly man in his best German-Italiahis teeth and put his ears back nt you. selected W. RAMSEY, Pro'r., Jlmra. 1stock ol Millinery at toprices tonice, new suit the he ladles arc besought her to leavo tho dangerous "What makes tho Russian horses so JOHN II. 3IEUSIION Who will at all times be glad to accommodate all line ol Stamped Linen invited m my Material and Kmbioidcry much gentler than tho American?" was spot, but tho girl sadly shook her head Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of MISSLICCIE IIEAZLKY, it with good rigs at reasonable rates, Stanford, Ky. nsked of ono who knew tho Orloffs. Tho and would not stir. the Democracy. "Lofely maid," cried he, "why do yon reply was this, "Oh, they nro very kindly treated!" Tho Russian is wholly oriental despair? Why should ono so charming W. W. HAYS, Falls Branch Jellico Coal 0o THF P.O. MILLINERY. in his lovo for his horso. Ho treats him weary of life? For yes! I know your Is a candidate lor ailer, subject to the.Tactlon ot Miners aod shippers of the GENUINE as though ho wero a gentleman and talks purjwso. You seek to die?" dciuociacy. Apparently trembling with emotion, the to him as though ho wero n comrade. I at th Coal. Original room and see the tho girl turned her head aside. Americans do not talk to their horses PETER HAMPTON, "Comet" nrged tho German. "Don't: Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford land Largest and Best Soloctod half enough. Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and railTho Russian trotters wero beautifully pray don't do it!" Is a candidate'for jailer, subject to the action 01 road crossing Stock the democracy. gaited and trained. Tho fino nnd fashAt this tho girl bent her "lofely" eyes HIGGINS A WATTS. 6 .! OfMlllIntrr In inwn Tk. ionable audience at tho New York horso full upon him and startingup nnswered: bound to please you. "Tho Fignor is right. I will not do it." show in November went wild over a pair SAM M. OWENS,; ' ! MRS. P. T. COURTS. Sale Tho German wont awny rejoicing in of Orloff trotters. They showed wonIs a candidate to.-- Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub derful kneo action. They wero as mag- tho belief thnt ho had saved tho poor ject to the action of the democratic primary. nificent as they havo been sometimes creature's life. But tho next dny, chanc At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one mite West t IiicaIh rnunii. W. have as fine a r v .ii1i represented to bo in French novels. ing to pass tho spot again, ho wns thunNEWJLAND, I T. D. stock of Fiuii Trees as any man ever handled, Oussan is n riding stallion. Tho illus- derstruck nt finding tho samo girl in tho lor transplanting niu ortn.ru ready i,ura TMy mother, Mr. Kate DuJderar, has r Peaches will county, It a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln primary. sub- this ("all OrcbarUsol Apples fand per hundred. turned Irom the cities wiih an elegaul tin just nil. tration shows him skipping around tho samo nttitude. of I.. a.urt! lo.uii customers at 10 ject to the action of the democratic linery, embracing g Ho waa about to eeizo her arm when a ring hitched to tho Russian racing The trees are nice, the varieties the best, needed to make home attractive and the drosky, which corresponds to our sulky. loud voico called from behind him: ALL OF THE NOVELTIES For ctrculats children happy will be found here. T. J. HATCHER "Please keep on ono sido, eirl I can't It, with tho picturesquo native TarLir address J. A. McKKF. A CO., ry. Of the season, ol which she will have lull control niugsvme, $ eco my model." groom, mado a great attraction. IsaCandidato far Jailer of Lincoln county and She also engaged a themselves his There waa an artist at his easel behind asks else, friends not to commit at home and to any In the second illustration is seen Pri- work. as hejis forced to stay one Firt-Olas- s Dress-Makool the Dcm- yatel, a famous Orloff saddle stallion. n big rock, l ho German walked on. His candidacy ia subject to the action SjmiiHtliy. troubled ith Neura gia and Rheumatism; his stomach as ditorde ed, his liver was atftcted to an alarm- SURGEON DENTIST. ppetitefcll away and lie was terribly B degree, 'lucid tn fl an aud strength. Three bottles 01 Office over McRoberts Drug Store In the caw lectnc Hut. rs cured him. Owsley Huildlng. Edward Sh ;herd, llarnsburi;. Mlm Stanford. unnine sere on his lee of eight years' stand- Used th ce bottles of Electric Hitters and IK 'Yen boxes r lluckleu's Arnica Salve and his . ....CRA1I ORCHARD g is sound and well' John Speaker, Catawba, ., had five large feer aores on his lei;; doctors id he incurable. One bottle el Electric SALE STABLE, FEED AND and one boa ltu Lien's Arnica Salve LlVir.T, . Hitter him entirely. Sold by A R Penny, drug- gist At John Huchaoaua stable In Crab Oichard, Ky. S. II CliHorU, New Rnnclmnn Ciihoh. Cmtl, Wit , was ture. Saddlery, Hardware, Huggles aud Implements. Ulve him a tall. show them his stock of goods consisting ot furni- Would be glad to seo hts numerous THE OLD feu A. S. PRICE, JACK.S02T HOUSE, SAM II WAKNACK.Pror. London, - KENTUCKY. ff Refitted and refurnished and in every way pre- TO THE IiADlES. n J. Jellico poat-oRi- Fruit Trees For .1. ... ITow Millinery. ismis r.very-thin- Youth's Companion. ocralic party. Orchard, Lawn Garden. r. All lie Wanted. "What do you want?" sho asked of tho tram) who had mado his way around to Full stocks ol fruit and ornamental frees, grape for Jaller.IsubJect to thejaction ol vines, apparatus, small Irults, shrubs, and everyIs he Democracy, thing usually found in a nursery establishment. We I airect to the planter and have no agents. Catalogue on application G. W. DEHORI) Call and eiamlne my stock of Millinery before buyloK and leave your order for your dresses. T hanking you fur past favors we solicit same. MAHV DAVIS DUDDKRAK. THE RILEY HOUSE F. 61-i- m Commercial Mc Hotel, ey BRIGHT FOR KINNEY, KY. S-A-XjI- E. J have bought abore mentiontdTMiotel at aud have attached a os Firot-Cla- Bar and Pool Room. the Hotel and acres-Al- 1 NOTICE. E. KENNEDY, ttAWSON, Have repaired and Refurnished am belter than ever r, Prepared to Accommodato tho Public. ' w Hoecial attention teCommrrcial ITotios For Kont. s Men. Stable attached. OKKEN. 1'reprutor. JI.Vi ROUT, Manager. Fine Livery and Fee-- - JOHN THE GOFFEY HOUSE jl'ANFOHD, KY., 4 car-riag- JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovate I and refurnished, is now in my rhargc and I intend to conduct It ao aa to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to Us long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine rooms for the dlsploy of samples. .AIFIrst-Clas- s mm -t ft&lWSLZ' 1110- -t . - JAMES YEAGER Saloon J. 11. Aid IIILLIAKDand POOLROOMS attached JM JOSEPH COFFKY. W. II. MILLKK. SOWDER. Stanford MILLER & SOWDER, ROYAL OF UVERFOOL. tlicui a Call. REAL STANFORD, -:- - ESTATE ' Doalors and Brokers, Oflice Intcriot Journal liullding, J. KENTUCKY. nsurance Company DINK FARMER L- - MM ER, PROPERTY FOR SAJLE. '"" 'a P'ke and IWXrllVtEr'3" at a. Farm of 100 acies, finely Improved. low pnev. 4. BARBEE Offered Groceries, Candies, state Fine lllue Grass Farm, of 105 acres, In high of cultivation, well improved; offered low. Good FIXTE 1IVE STOCK. Thursday, Jan. Fancy Goods, Fruits, 85c. 5. Farm of 14s acres, near R. R. station. blue grass land; will sell cheap. Illue Grass Farm of 111 acres, on pile, two Stanlord; good land; low price and on easy terms. miles from 7. Illue-grasa 8 to is. Town Jots In Stanford In areas' to suit purchasers. Sin-nickl- e, 1 aero fino farm wit'i exce lent 17. Ninety-thre- e m II, dwelling and other Improvements, on pike miles from btautord. 4 no ,. Large farm, capable of division smaller farms. Desirable In every parlicu-la- r. Offered low and on very easy terms. blue-grass two-sto- ry The With Ier Increasing: Kci: Market. tho growth of great cities on ev- & -- AT- Jesse Thompson's Isl Ml Barber Shop, There are three oi the best Barbara in the State There are also excellent Bath Rooms run in connection. Agent for Lexington StcaraLaundry. ery hand and the demand for eggs for food and scientific purposes there is a very cheerful outlook for tho poultry-man- . In fact tho demand is constantly growing nnd there has never yet been an oversupply, and prices for poultry Time Wanted. nnd eggs are better today than for any Young Man Tommy, you nro such n other furm product of tho same relative nice little boy! cost. Other varieties of farm stock have Tommy No uso talking that way to their day, and the fashion comes and me, Mr. Dendgone. Sis nlready has a goes, but with poultry tho demand to fellow. Truth. ever for more. Ilemlnder. Bagley You seem to forgot what is due ton gentleman. Brace To what do you allude? Bagley That fivo yon borrowed about a month ago. P. & S. S. S. Co. Bulletin. A Gentle JAMKS proved security. J. P Chandler, auctioneer 87 Maywood, Ky ance during the coming year. a6. Good frame bulldit-j- ; well finished on Main street, in Eastern of Stanload 5 feet front, aoo back. Will icll at a bargain. Garrard Lancaster, 111 : College. : When Hungry try one of his low price on easy terms. SmaI1 ftrm "f .,7. eichanxe for smalt acret on ''. house Will Hanging Fork and lot or tell at from Stanfcrd English and Classical. For males and females, ao. Small farm ol 3o acres, welllmprovcU,ata bargain. a miles : Kentucky, 2 5CTS MEALS And you will certainly go back and try him again. Nest session begins ""eh. 1 1894. The course and teaching thorough, the buildings and ground, Vouhb ladie beaut ful and rates teasonab e btarded the College; nung gentlemen boarded In the town. For further particulars address the MILTON ELLIOTT. President. 11. Iflfm nf fn ar.a. n II. I Turnersvill. Fine Blue gras.law, fronts on pike, with cood mnrnv.min.. young orchard. Price low. e and cottage, nicely and 3. Hotel, Nine rooms in dwellie, ,tpuu, i.ondcn. Kv. four lo.ms in cottage new oo'ldings. Also good barn. ?f "m feet. Fine Ionian Vl aooxico 4" ana V" .."?? " .... .,......, store-hous- store hotel. Will sell cheap an 1 on eaiy terma. iij j sii-tt- --