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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894011201 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. rpi vol. XXL WILLIAMSBURG, Semi Weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. JANUARY WHITLEY COUNTY. en-w- as .12. 1894, NO. 90 MIDDLCBURG. Education To the Klitor Interior Journal. MT. VERNON, ROUKCASTlE COUNTY. Tho lime kiln will fire up Monday The development of tlio human raco important subject that could next. M. E. Burton was in from Level occupy tho attention of mankind and J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. tho development of the race is brought Green Thursday. James Taylor, our town marshal, ia ntiout by tho development of the individ23d, 1894. uals composing tho raco. In order to laid up again, a relapse of tho grip. D. C. Poynter has traded bis stock j Full corpi of Comervatorjr and Normal School teacheri. Superior coursei in literature, Mulc achieve tho greatest success in any culand ture, it is of primo importance to un- of merchandise to Win. Fielda and will An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogue! and circular furnished on application. derstand the laws governing that growth. go to farming. If we aru in earnest in out desire to adA Universalist preacher is holding vance tho development of tho mind of services here nightly and is creating a man, we must understand tlio laws gov- Btir among the brethren. I). C. Pullins, Jack Adama and Mrs. erning that peculiar dovelop-nent- . aro attending school at thu Janiu Wash The laws governing the development fallie Leavell, of Garrard, passed down Institute: J no. R. Staton and Jas. Lay, The year past has been to us all a stringent one in money matters on Monday's train for London. Poplar Hill, this county, Jno. Combust, ot the mind aro sw invariable us aro tlio and for that reason I have been very lenient toward those whose acDr. A. G. Lovell, ono of our most laws governing the holy. Forages the W. R Homer, Mins Nora nnd Nathan in July. Now science of the healing of ihu body was enterprising citizens, has a force nt work counts were due Colley, Will., I). S. Floyd, Geo. Durham, John Durham and Pierco Martin, involved in the greatest mysticism. near town opening a quarry to teat the Tho laws governing the body were not quality of tho Btono for building purHumphrey, Miis Mollio Gadberry, Ellis-burunderstood and man was at sea, with- poses. J. M. Coppngit, W. F. Coppago and Some of the Crab Orchard boys who out rudder oi sail, when the body was Banks and individuals have money to, loan and I urge those who owe Win. IMington, Powers Store, MiB Rawere charged with disorderly conduct at of order. A charm or an incantaout me to come and settle at once. I need the money, it is due me and chel Hradsliaw, Mt. Salem, Miss Lena tion was of as great valuo to him aa wore isrodiieaii some weeks ago had their tnH I want it. Kimble, Russell Springs, Jno Falconber-r- y, any of tho various decoctions sold by als here yesterday. Some of them were Douglas. tho alchemist of tho day and recom- fined, but have not learned how much. Jmiiio Wash Instituto opened Jan. Capt. It. L. Myers, aged about 02 mended as having been browed from 1st with a good attendance from a disyears, formerly a citizen of this comity, To my customers for their patronage of the past and hope to ever tance, hut with a very slim attendance dead men's bonea at tho mystic hour of died at Woodbine, Tuesday evening, of merit vour confidence. midnight. There were good remedies from the Immediate vicinity. It seems pneumonia. The burial took place at that some of our people fail to appreci- in common use among tho people, but the family burial ground at Pleasant ate tho advantagesof this school in their it was not until thu great threshing Point, this county, Thursday. of science was put to work on this midst, at least they fail to grasp the opThe death of Undo Alvah Pullins, portunity of a cheap education for their mountain of chair, that tho wheat was in Garrard county, last week removes garrn-refor the use of man. children. It is true that somu of them tho last of tho writer's male relatives iu Science has been at work to discover have been drained almost to tho last dolthat county, tho place of his birth. We lar for tho Mippoit of the school since it tho laws governing the human mind and never had a better or truer friend and to decide on what things are useful for wan established here, but tho institution wo sincerely mourn his death. On account of the mild winter we have left on hands a fine line of its healthful development. seems to bo on sure footing now and is Mrs. D. N. Williams, whoj was im Men's Heavy weight Cheviot suits, all pi,....i.:,...i..ii ...i .!- - is mo i late styles, which must be .i a hu uujcti, ui an education fast gaining tho reputation it so richly proving when our last reoort waa sent closed out in the next 30 days of charr.cter. Formerly the deserves, and it seems rather unwise to in, took a turn for the worse Friday afwithhold patronage at a time when it duty of tho teacher was to impart his ternoon, and her children were sumknowledge; but now his duty is to imwould do tho most good. moned. J. II. Wil.iams, who lives in part his tBHte, his talent, his enthusiasm. A young farmer of this section took East St. Louis, arrived on Sunday night. A varied course of study is recomhis best girl to her home near Huston-ville- , Monday morning Mre. Williams began In order to do this, prices must do our talking. $1 1 cheviot suits will and on his return stopped at tho mended, not solely for tho nniount of to improve and wo are glad to say she is go at $8- - $14 cheviot suits will go at $9.50- $15 cheviot suits at $1 Weatherford Hotel to warm his feet. On knowledge to be obtained from the pur much better at this writing. $18 suits at S14; S17 suits at S12.50; $16 suits at $13. Mens', for the coining out he discovered that his horse suit of Iheso especial Miss Bessie Miller has returned from youth's and boys' overcoats at cost. We propose closing out the and buggy was gone. Ho started in pur amount of knowledge obtained at school a visit to Mt. Sterling. Mr. John Myers, above goods, so call and see our goods at once and be convinced that suit expecting at any moment to come is but a small part of tho vast amount of Woodbine, was hero Wednesday. Mr. this is the time and place to make your purchase. upon tho fragments of his buggy. Ho of knowledge necessary to entitle an John Haley, of Somerset, stopped over trudged on however, without seeing or individual to bo called a cultured here Wednesday night on his way to hearing anything of tho runaway and person. But tho pursuit of these espec- Wildio by wagon. Mrs. Dr. W. Brown reached here about 10 o'clock at night, ial branches develops certain faculties of has returned to Parksvillo. Mr. Cozatt, and went to his homo some two miles the mind: each one adds its mite of in- tiio Parksvillo Hour man, paid us a visit below hero where iio still failed to find fluence tourist in blotting out the evil yesterday, tho first in b!x rnqntha. Mr. tendencies of heredity or to strengthen miner nurse or vouicio. Alter taking a Joshua Boreing, er postmaster, waa short nap that could not be considered tho good tendencies. Mathematics de- handing out the mail lor a few days this & very restful ho retraced his steps and velops truthfulness, tho study of tho week during tho serious illness of Mrs. found both norso and buggy snugly natural acionco develops the imagina- Brown's mother. A eon of J Mr. S. B. tion, tho highest faculty of the human housed in Mr. Weatherford's staFreeman arrived from Georgia on Sunmmu. littch branch has its peculiar ble nt Hustonville. Tho stable boy havday last. Mrs. Mary McKiuney, of Puing soon tho horso standing at tho hotul, ollico to perform. Tlio entire Bchool laski, ia with relatives and friends here. DANVILLE. and supposing tliu owner had stopped life of a child, with all tho attendant BR0DHEAD. Geo. Cogar bought in Mercer for tht night, had driven tho horso to conditionsand environment, should have IS. Ktnbry A tho stabla and fed him. Tho young man, for its object thu development of the pounds of hemp at $4 Bro. A. J. Pike illled his last apFox bought of L. W. Hudson a car load tho first letters of wliosu name aru Perry character of tho child. That they may pointment with Waynesburg church last bo as corner atones, polished after the of extra cotton mules at f 103 and 10 of Wesley, was a littlu sora after his long Saturday and Sunday. Bro. Pike says simlitudo of a palace. tramp but seemed to onjov tho joko as J. A. Huguely for $1,000. The development of an individual ia that ho had many good brethren and -- W. F. Park wm worked out of 10 in tho boys who are running it for all that greatly interfered with if disturbing ele- sisters in that church and that he felt money and had $10 worth of goods stolen is worth. ments compose its euviroment. When very sorrv to leave, anil as that church C3-- 0 from hltn at Junction City by two men, we wish to develop a plant wo study its is now without r pastor, he says he can LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. who claimed they were printers and heartily recommend the church and wens going to buy the Times' outfit. Iji grippo is still getting in its work nature and learn the laws governing its brethren to any man.lwho may be seekASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ABOUT Thu ladles of thu Christian church and several of our citizens aro confined growth. Thu most disirablu location ing a good tiHd to labor in. anil soil aru chosen. Thu plant ia caro. will havu a spoiling match and candy to their rooms by it. Mrs. Mattie Carter, one of the beat pulling at thu church Friday night. AdSpecial examiner J. W. Hughes of tho fully placed iu the ground and the soil teachers in tho county, willucommence mission 10 cents to each. A prize of S2 to Pension Bureau was hero this week tak- is packed so firmly around it that it feels, teaching in the Academy building at at tho same time, both tho weight and the best and $1 to the next best speller ing testimony in a number of cases. tho support of thu earth from which it is this place Monday, nnd as Mrs. Carter ia willbu given. It is reported that Mr. James Hara widow and has to support three fathMr. S. Straus, tho gonial manager of vey, who committed Biiicido Monday, be- to draw its means of growth. Here it erless children, ami as teaching is her the Ijouisvillu Store, in this citv, and came insane from thu oilocls of thu grip. stands still and, for a while, shows no only way to do it we hope that she may MinMSehiia Uosinberg, wore married at Superintendent of public Bchools, symptoms of growth; but wo miy exer- be patronized liberally. She has a specthu residence of Mr. William Rosenberg, Hunt Mc.Murtry, has moved to town nnd cise faith to bdlievo that tho rods aro ial tact lor prep iring teachers for their in Louisville, Sunday morning, in thu occupies Mr. R mian's property on Stan taking hold of thu boil. Board and tuition can be obtaiued So it should be with children. After work. presence of a great many of their friunds. ford street. choosing their environment, we should reasonably. Advocate. -- Miss Bettie Henderson, of Lowell, Circuit clerk, "Keg" Mason is in leave them alone; lot :hem havo quiet Frankfort this week. is visiting Mra J. G. Frith. Miss Bertie Homer Price, and HmuMUKii. That tho Winconsin Cen- mail clerk on peace. Abovo all things, they Hilton is tlio L. it N., is hero visit- .,!.. .1.1 visiting Mra. Thomas Cherry , , ., . . tral has thu unqualified endorsement of ing mo niiuum nui uu iiiiiuo .i victims ot our this week. Mr. Kuht Owens and famifriends. Henry Hackley is in town. all, it being thu most popular line beE.ich ly, who moved from this county a few Tliu city council met Monday after own restlessness nnd tween Ciiicago and Milwaukee and St. noon and appointed W. A. Arnold chief child haaii mode of development that is years ago to Salem, Ind., aro now visitPaul, Minneapolis and tlio Northwest, of police, in HOiini measure entitled to bo allowed W. Riguey, treasurer and L. ing their many relatives here. Mr. J. J. Every one fully guaranteed. Oliver Chilled Flow Extras at Reduced it Iu recognized aa the 1'ulhnan Line be- F. Hubble 0. attorney. They havu not ap- to follow. But wo sometimes boo a child Painter, the operator at Corbin, and wife, tween Chicago and Milwaukee nud Ash- pointed an that is not allowed ono moment to call Prices. assessor yet. came down last Saturday and he witli his land, Dtiltith and Lake Superior points. its own; not one moment when it can Both banks their old brother and sister had a kiud of a feel at liberty to expand its wings withThat the Wisconsin Central touches thu board of directors Tuesday. Mr, Wm. reunion at G E. Painter's, their father, most prominent points in Wisconsin, Laweon was elected to taku tho place of out fearing to come in contact with on Sunday. Mr. J L. Tharp who has having inoro business centers than any Col. Joo Weisiger dee'd., as ono of tho Bomeining lorelgu to its own nature been employed aa night operator Bt railway to and from the Northwest. directors of This interference is meant in kindneB8 tho Nationnl Bank. Richmond for a time, moved hia family That its dining car Boryico is unsurTho south bound train was wrecked But a child should bo allowed sufficient to that place ou Tuesday. passed by any othor line, and that its re- just above o town Wednesday evening. freedom of action to develop aelf Wo promised n few weeks ago to presentatives will cheerfully furnish Any An empty and strength of purpose. She give boxcar iumped the track and the names of those found guilty of information that may bo desired. For ditched several loaded cars and tho coach- should be allowed touao her own discre- the bad conduct committed on our regarding Rates, Routes, full details es. It took until 8 o'clock this morning tion in the discharge of many duties and Btroeta on a recent exhibition of the Crab FOR Folders, Maps etc. address your nearest to clear tho if she neglects them lot her learn by exwreck. Orchard minstrels Wm. B. Hansford, ticket agent or Jas. O. I'ond, Gen. Pass. perience that she ia tho sufferer. She James Carson, Joseph Magee and A to THE GENERALASSEMBLY. Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. may not get over bo much ground Fish were a'l lined $10 each, ami rosta A bill to roliovo freight trains which iu this way, but she will gain strength before 'Squire Eider, lor breach of the Tho Q. A O. would bo pleased to havo by the exercise. But wo, ourselves, are peace. Olurlt-In our line. Prescriptions compounded accurately from the very Slaughtur waa fined $o all farmers, or others who aro interested, carry passeugera from tho penalties of in a hurry; and in our ll we un and cost, Eph Payne and Ciiarley drop us a card, asking for information tho separato coach law ia before the dertnke to teach them their lessons; not Slaughter have a trial set for next Friday about our land seekers' excursions House. A bill has been introduced to make recognizing tlio fact that one lesson before the same court. James Carson, Tickets at One Faro for Round Trip learned by the child, without an assist- Joseph Magee Come and see our goods. and Ab Fish have anoth- Prompt attention given to all customers. from Circlnnati, Louisville or Lexing- it a finable oilonBo of So to fcX) to bo points hi Kentucky, Tonnes-Bee- , drunk in half a mile of a voting place on ant, is worth more to it than ten lessons er trial for concealed weapons before ton, Ky., to taught it by another. Judge Lear for to day. Alabama, Mississippi, and points in election day. M. U. Tho bill to deduct the per diem of Georgia aa far east aa Augusta; also to Carl Bfinicke haa celebrated the Liiikrtv. Ool. Adama started to New Orleans and Mobile. Excursions members of the General Assembly durDruggist, Stanford, Ky. Washington on Saturday last. B. T 50th anniversary of hia first appearance, March 8th ing their absenco was overwhelmingly January 8th, Fehuary 8th, Pierce Ins moved into his uew hotel. at Leipsic and April Dili, Limited to 20 daye for snowed under in the House. Benedict Handharbingtr, the nestor Two bills have been introduced Write to W. P. Cooley, T. P. A. in Elder J. Q. Montgomery has moved into return. of Austrian musicians, the schoolfellow Cleveland, 0 ; 0. A. Buird, T. P. A., De- tho Senate to appropiate $1,000,000 to It. T. Pierce's late residence. Tom Holt, troit, Mich., or A. J. Lytlo, N. P. A., build new capitol buildings; another to for selling whisky, waa tried on two cas of Scliubf rt aud teacher of Liszt, is deaii 91 years of age. Chicago, Ills, for information as to rates, reduce tho tax rate to 40 cents and anoth- ea before Judge Myera on Monday, and tie was Patti houured Boston by producim.' on tho South, or er to prevent pool Belling on races except was lined $25 in each case. M. Galen etc , and for literature Brown, a few daya since, had his hand there for the first time on any stage to W. O. Rinearson, Gen'l Paas'r Agent, on thu racetracks. VU, Cincinnati, O, terribly torn nt Farria' which new opera, entitled "Gabriell." The sensitive public hangman of necessitated tho amputation of one An- occasion was alsn memorable from tin TIiIb SaXIIY'hQOKKUY TO iNOBRSOLIi. Ii keceivinr His fact that during her whole career beautiful song (words and music regular Victoria cut his throat at Melbourne the ger. sheet inurfic mz ) will be mailud to any other day rather than hang a woman has never n. f ko created an oper : : : one enclosing Gc in stamps to D. G. Firo nt Richmond, Ind., destroyed atic role. "G ririeilu" as e imposed l Passenger Agent, 0. II.. who practiced baby farming without reGeneral gard to the lives of the babiea. Sig. Emilio Pizz', tud in n onn act. the Starr piano worka. Loss $100,000. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. & 1). It. It., Cincinnati, Ohio. is the moat few-day- Our hcIiooIh havo reached an rollmunt of nhnut !!00 cnrli. Tlio Hoard of Equalization in Bceslon InBt week. Hut few clliUI!t'H were inndo. The Afternoon train whh thruo hours Into last Saturday on account of a freight wreck at Hnzel I'atcli. Mr. J. M. Gibson of Cool Springs, N. 0., la with us pilii ami filtered school at thu Instituto hint Monday. -- Tliu ladien of thu ChriHtian church K'U'o n dinner Monday from which thoy rualizud a nicu mini of money. Elder J. K. Terry returned homo Saturday after n three neok'a vacation, The members of tho Christian church preaunted him with a haptiflirial auit Sunday. A llro alarm wasniven last Sunday about 111 o'clock and it was found come clothing in ono room of thu WilHuniH-burHotel wns on fire. It wah hooii put out and but little damegu was done. ltichnrd McKeen in in Indiami on busitU'Ha thin week. lirentCurd a crowd of his young friends Saturday night, I'ot Weesner is upending a few days at homo from London where he in in btifliueas. Key. U. Ij. L'icketts who has been holding thu revival meeting at tliu M. K. church preached a sermon la.sl Sunday iifternoou at tliu Congregational church to men only. Hu left Monday but thu meeting at tho M. K. church continue. Hev. Knapp of Cincinnati, will do thu preaching. At thu recent Masonic election thu following olllcers were ulected, V. M., Luni Kendall, S. V W. A.Newport, J. , 11. H. Tye, Stfc'y., 0. II. Keuton. Truaa., 1). K. Myers, Tyler, Thos. Itimau, Chaplain, Win. II. ISruminett, Deacons Win. Talbott and N. J. Cirons, Stewards, and Win. Tcrkins. Charles Tho case of Whitley Co., vs. L. it N It, L, was allirmed by thu court of Ap peals Thursday. Tho county brought Butt vs. tiiu railroad for a laud ulldo by whicli tlio county road was destroyed between Williamsburg and Jullico and about two years ago thu county obtained a judgment for $10,000 which was utlirm. Circuit court met ed with damages. last Monday Judge Morrow presiding. There is a heavy docket but most of the cases aro Hinall and not of much importance. Mrs. Morrow Is in towu and will remain during court. g entor-tallied Prof. .1.11. Allen will taku chargo of Me ( Wheat's store Saturday. Dr. I S. Wesley will go to Ixindon Friday to' attend a medical meeting. .Mist Bertie McKinney is visiting nt Prof. J. II. Alls en's. Klmii Jones will start in a to Hamilton, Mo., to see his sweetheart. Win. 0. Cloyd is in Georgia with a car load of mules and writes that stock of that kind is very low, and advises those who havo that kind of stock to sell it here. The following pupils from a distanco Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January TIMES I : ARE : EASIER, AM VERY GRATEFUL H. J. McRPBERTS. ma-chin- e d New Year, New Prices. FOR : SPOT : CASH - I 1.-5- 0; W. E. PERKINS. Crab Orchard. DRUGGIST A Complete line1 JEWELS. '20,-0- 00 of Drugs and Medicines, &c. Prescriptions a Specialty. Plated Ware at lowest prices. Attention promptly given to repairs. Watches, Clocks, Gold, Silver and TO .A.. :r. IFE:iiT2SrZ The Vulcan Chilled Plows 1 self-wil- l. W. H. WEAREN & CO. reli-anc- HAPPY NEW YEAR ! Thank You, Call Again. Drugs, Books, Everything DRUGS AND y self-wi- BLST CHEMICALS. W. B. McROBERTS, rotattfM9lttHt AND saw-mi- ll tliii-artis- t Ed-ward- o, FALL WINTER GOODS. ljjjg5t-iiJij'-i- t ut-- sit a " jiijtii -- jW'f;c'"w-y 555 mSESSSmStmmZmmmmmmmm " 7 wrtlMI' t"-- uy n V K- - Semi-Week- ly I 1 i: 1 1 !'' ti- lt IN lUf-If R- - fit II ir it. Semi-Annu- al Fml, rnnclei nmt 1'nctn of Intrmt to Women. democrats and republican memTho For years is no longer a virtue. Thy say that more fur is worn this - xr&tzi wStanford. Kv January 12, 1894 that big, burly brute, John L. Sullivan, bers of the New Jersey Senato havo or. rSSCJZZZAti winter for trimming than has been seen wife and according to ganized separately and n riot nearly rehas ill treated his in 20 years. accounts bIio has borne it except to sulted. They say that violets nro to bo tho W. P. WALTON. flouring mill at Salvisa Win. Jarvis' murmur occasionally. Tuesday he was flowers par excellence of tho season. -:They say that tho most daring con at his same old business of being drunk known as tho old Foray tho mill, burned bIio caught up a with 10,000 bushels of wheat; loss, evening gowns tulle trasts nro used in and abusing her when and fur, for example. insured for $5 000. club and tapped the bruiser on the cranThey say that earrings, even tho very Tho Postolllce Department holds ium laying him over apparently dea.l. rpiR.iD.A.'xr. who write to "green tiniest screws, uro out of dato. It was an hour before he recovered con that greenhorns They say that hair dealers nro groweciousnesa a wiser and an humbler man. goods" dealers for tho purposo ol ing hnppy ngain, as with tho present counterfeit money violate the elaborate coiffures small switches are beAuditor Norman line our thanks for a The Grcnt Clearance Sale is to be continued all through this month The appointment of tho editor of tho poetal law and are subject to prosecu- ing generally worn. copy of his biennial report, which conHo Richmond Climax to tho position of a tion. tains many notable Furcations. They any that n quart of very hot We arc anxious and willing'to sell goods at and shows by a careful estimate that Gov. whisky ganger has not improved his Tho contested election of O'Neill vs water drunk each day and onions onteu Brown is mistaken when he says that m trmPM or his nior.iis. Judging from Joy. for n seat in the House of Represen iu some fonn nt least three times it week taxation can be reduced. There will be his idiotic letter written as he eat netide tatives from the Eleventh Mimouri dis- make the skin stnrtlingly brilliant. The n deficit, ho says, of $173,030.53 on June a whisky barrel at the Silver Creek dis- trict, was decided in fnvor of Mr O'Neill result is attained by improving the digestion and cleansing the 30, 1S94, and but about 7,000 aurplua at tillery, ho had a straw iik the bung, by a strict party vote in tho Election They twy that phytol lierries eaten be1S93, and his estimates swindling tho government out of much Committee. the end of June, fore or after nieuls reduco lleth mpidly. Maud Davis, cfS. do not include anything for the erection r venue. The attention of tho collector They say that nibbling on chocolates 'No matter whether in of new State buildings and a school of is called. There is pamething wrong Louis, died a fearful death from hydro- or Mime other sweet between meals and reform, should it bo decided to build when an editor is forced to accept so phobia. Four years ago she received a taking n ghns of hot milk just before rethem. The tax rate is now 421 cents humble a position to keep himself and scratch from a pet pup, but was never tiring produce ilosh without fail. They nay that very pointed nnd artiand tho auditor advises that it remain paper afloat. troubled from it un il a few daya before ficially stained nails nro entirely out of cbnigo3 be made the same and no mote Tub provisional government of Hono- her death. vogue. in the roveruo laws than are absolutely lulu, so tho dispatches say, refused to Lewis Redwine indicted for embezzThoy say that wrinkles can bo removed satisCity National nnd dimples imido by a slight surgiral necessary, they being in tho main A accede to Minister Willis' demand to ling $103,000 of the Gate factory. The cost of criminal prosecu-tin- surrender to the queen, although the Bank'H money at Atlanta, Ga., ia on oiR'rntion. hut that thero are Hues behind , Underwear, Hosiery,' Lace andj Knibroi- will each woman's ears which remorselessly Mack Goods, KancyJjGcod--in nlnrminclv increasing, and last menace of using force. trial. The trial is sensational and exclusive of minister held th Mttplv invnlvn other high officials in the liotray her thirtieth birthday. S253.3S1.03, dcry. Every department shares alike, helping to make thisja memovear reached This threw the inlands into great excito-men- f, They say that crude initroleuiu rublxsl rable slaughter of prices, maybe outside citiz-nuthe pay of judges, Commonwealth'! It must be done. Avail yourself of the but it subsided when the demand bank, and juries. The maintainanco became to be regarded as a bluff. It is Augusto Vaillant, the Anarciust, on the brown and lashes will make them opportunity while you can. grow. of the penitentiaries is another heavy s lid that tho naval oilicerB were preparwho threw the bomb in tho Chamber of They say you really get it good idea of was is hoped that tho new burden, but it your future by hnvingyour pnlin read by ing to protest against making war on Deputies, in Paris, last December, system will materially reduce it. The Americans. The whole matter will be found guilty and sentenced to bo guil- nn oxjKjrt. care of tho lunatics and idiots costs $ 412,- - turned over to Congress now and the lotined. As sentence was pronoiuced They Bay thero nro hundreds of actresses out of employment in Now York. 241 0G in 1S93, a larce increase, notwithVaillant shouted, "Vive 1' Anarchic." administration will take no further Thej say that n reaction must soon set standing; the reduction of the per capita Btepa. Henry Sauor and wife, of Marietta, t in nnd thw gigantic sleovesbo re- Ladies' Shoes, plain and patent tip, all solid solid fetter, 90c, worth of a portion of the and the imposition cut to death by their young V. S. Ohio, were Senator Lindsay was of idiots on tho counties. The right thing placed by the skin tight onos of the jmst. Si. 50. Children's Shoes, 25c, 15, and 50c, worth double the money. burden afterward did tho They say black hair tho dead, blue seperately by son, who Institution for tho Blind cost $31,110 and Senator by the Legislature by killing himself. Tho trouble between black hair is now considered tho went Mens' and Hoy's Hoots at and be'ow cost. We have a few Dan- the two bodies ou Tuesday and jointly the Deaf and Dumb Institution at him and his parentH grow over tho young uniquely beautiful. It can never Income Tuesday it will ville 539,425, besides special appropria- on Wednesday, and next feeding the chickens against his common, mm no dye OAu'simulnte it. diff- rascal's of tho four classes of elect him some more because of the They say tho Juliet slioes havo retions. The care father's will. is the secunfortunates takes 23;per cent, of the erence of opinion as to which The jury in the coroner's inqnett placed slippers for honso wear during organization, the time entire revenue. Tho grand total of the ond Tuesday after into the Iuisvillo and Jeffersonvillo the winter mouths. s They say this is to bo n setMoti of savs the election must bo held. bridge disaster returned a verdict yesterLeft that we will dispose of at j o ir ou n price, All winter goods will assessed value of real and personal prop- the law mid mind rending, as private thebe sold if prices will do it. day afternoon. They found that the ac- atricals have becoinu commonplace. erty last year was 390,799,070, the tax Sena-to- r In order to spite Mr. Cleveland, nejlignco ou the on which was $2,530,390.07. The amount They say cigarette smoking is growHill has had the nomination of Mr. cident was caused by of property exempt from taxation is Hornblower for associate U. S. supreme part of the officials of the Phuwix Bridge ing as n habit among women in England Nearly half of the revenue failing to observe proper and America. S40,77S,7G4. judge unfavorably reported to the Sen- Company in They say Iluwiiui tea is becoming a to the education of children, die ate. You can no more raako a states- precautions. goes national beverage. A slico of lemon, amount for last year being l,790,S5i 32, man out of David Dennett Hill than you some iowdered sugar and a dash of rum MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. of which Lincoln county received silk purse out of n how's iu a cup of fragrant Pekoe make a drluK Casey 10,S55.-75- , can construct a Bovle $11,490.91, not built that way. Mr. John T. Lynn was married that might be called nn inspiration. Laurel $14,340.04, ear. Ho is Garrard $10,020.94, They say white stockings, though Tuesday in Louisville to Mrs. Mattie and Kockcastle $9,931,32. Editor Georoe L. Willis is making Bowman. It is hi third marriage, his ugly, aro healthy. They nay tho continental jabot should the Frankfort Capitol abrightnnd newsy second wife being Mis9 Kittie WraY of A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor-;- . A sufficient number of democrats to publication. always bo worn with tho continental were this place. force the taking up of the tariff bill T. D. RAXKY, Manager. hat. In this costume n pretty girl looks NEWSY NOTES. "Will: I do not and can never love n dninty, feminine George ashiugtou. at last mustered and debate on it was you. When you read this I'll be many They say enameled lorgnetton are excommenced by Chairmau Wilson, wno II. II. KING. GKOKGK II. l'KKWITT. Clark county has six candidates for miles away. Lula." So wrote tho wife tremely "fetching," if they do make tho masterly argument in its favor. sheriff, made a and nine for eicht for assessor of Will Ralph, of lducah, who eloped gazer seem just a triilo sujKTcilious. The hill is not such 'as democrats desire jailer. Evklyn Malcolm. Johnson, a former euitor, or such as they had aright to expect, The Norton Iron Works at Ashland, with Dave taking all the money she could borrow on tho but it is a vast improvement MORELAND, KY., has resumed operations, giving employWOMEN IN MEDICINE. iu her husband's name. iniquity, and possibly the best ment to COO men. Wc have opened up a nice line ol Capt. and Mrs. George II. McKii- -. Dr. Hnrrlrttn C Kent Inge Comet l'rotii m that can bo done uuder the circumstan-ess- . The Deadwood Athletic Club, of . ., i i.i: t.i.. Kniully of riiyalclHiin. Tho democratic platform promised Deadwood, S. D., has offered $50,000 for ney celebrated tneir goiueu wcuuiuK Families eminent in medical science elegant dinner, at Tuesday with an relief from onerous taxation, by reduc- the Mitceell-Corbe- tt fight mnny friends were gathered. Tho nro not rnre, nnd hereditary transmising it to a revenue only basis, and it is Sherman Wagoner, of Shoals. Ind., which sion is well illustrated in tho subject of its representa- shot his wife to death because she left captain was born on January 30th, 1818, this sketch. now nearly a year since We are daily rcccivingfourj Fall" Goods, which wc arc marking tives have had the power to fulfill the him rather than stand his brutal treat- and his wife, who was Misa Hannah Thenncestorsof HnrrietteC. Keatlnge, Paxton, two lays later. Singular ns it M. D., Sc. D., on the paternal side were down lower than ever. promise, but they have not done it. No ment. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. Wc will save you may appear the couple aro step brother Qunkers. They enmo to this couutry inwonder the people are getting tired and The grand jury at Louisville has really no blood kin. with William Penn iu 1C82 nnd settled money. losing confidence in the party they have dicted J. J. Douglas and 45 agents of the and sister, though "We arc openingup a splendid line of Fall, Millinery. always relied on heretotoreto give them lottery company, but their offices are Capt. McKinney's mother married Mrs. in Woodbridge, N. J. Her wiw celebrated among the early McKinney's father, she being the child Wc havejfor sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. proposed that de- still open. relief. It was at first wife. They wero raised to- settlers for her medical skill, and her bate on the bill should cease on the E. A. Sanger, a leading coal miner, of his first grandmother, Hnnnnh Walkor Hanied, when the previous question of Middleeboro, is missing. His hat was gether and no couple have ever lived to- practiced medicino several years in New 25th, dfc would be ordered, but the republicans found in Poweli iver and foul play ia gether more amicably. They raised aix York under tho advico nnd children, only four of whom are living, of her cousins, Drs. Dunham and succeeded in getting five more days of suspected. assistant cashier of tho who were eminent physicians of not be taken till grace, and the vote will James Rembest, of Linden, Ala., A. A. McKinney, from the length of died from eating soup with rough on rats First National Bank of Stanford, J. I. that time. the 29th. Judging Two of her children were physicians, time it took the democratic majoritv in in it. His pretty wife is charged with McKinney, division superintendent of Dr. William Harued and Dr. Clemence Sher-in- au McKinney, who the L. & N., W. G. (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn.) the Senate to force a vote on the preparing the dish. position on the L. it pasbill, the proepecta for a speedy Lexington ian, holds a responsible Frank Ott, a wealthy sage of the tariff bill is not ilattering, is under erred for attempting to force N. at Montgomery, and Mrs. William unless the obstructionist can be throt- Misa Martha Todd, a telephone girl, to Royston. Capt McKinney served three years in the war on the Federal side with tled bv a change of the foolish rules submit to his embraces. has repeatedly been which govern the body. While sitting reading by a lamp in much credit and office by the Lincoln couc-t- y Saddles, Harness, I lay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year his homo near Princeton, R. P. Hubbard honored with Tile, average citizen w;ho is generally was shot at through the window and people He and his wife are much and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. houtjat ajjnotup to the devious ways beloved nnd their friends hope they may no idea of the killed by an unknown assassin. g of the law breakers, have to celebrate many more weddiu Tho president has appointed W. M. live number of men, in prohibition localities anniversaries. Smith, of Mayfield, to be district attorwho havo Federal license to sell liquors. Hcforc you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than ney for Kentucky and W. L. McChesney FARM AND TRAUE ITEMS. These men do not pay $25 for the fun of to be postmaster at Lexington. -the cheapest. of deJones Bros., sold to J. O. JonBon. the thing nor to gratify a patriotic prisoner William Holcomb, a W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. of the generBoyle, a bunch of fat heifers at life. sire to aesist in the support for manslaughter in the penitentiary, Robert Walter sold to J. G. West, of al goverment. They get them for the was killed by the falling of irons, caused of Belling liquor and to prevent purpose Garrard, a fancy harness mare for $175. by the breaking of ropeB in a pulley. Col. W. H. Dudderar sold to George prosecution in the Federal courts, which The Mingo Coal and Coke Co., of e S. Carpenter and wife 8$ acres of land they fear of all things, while taking Middlesboro, having defaulted the interD!U HAWtlETTi: C. KIIATINOK. at 8100 an acre. cognizance of the indictments against hands near Rowland Dealer In to tho Glen S. Lozier, tho latter being ono of the courts, as they can est on its bonds, was placed in the Fred P. Bishop sold them in the State a receiyer, O. M. Woodbury being apBucceed in running witnesses of Coal Co., 20,000 pounds of first Amorican women to gradunto from usually Mary, Teun., a medical college. away or of suborning testimony. If the pointed.A. Baker, a Norwalk, O., banker, timothy hay at 00c. per 100 delivered. D. Dr. Kentingo received her early educaLegislature wants to score a point for shot himself in the breast, head and I. C. and N. P. VanMeter Bold their tion nt tho Albany Female academy, was to temperance and break up such traffic in heart, before he succeeded in Bhuflling Fayette county farm of 315 acres, graduated in medicino from tho liquors, let it pass a law making the pos- off his mortal coil. Financial troubles their brother, Sol P. VanMeter, $105 per Medical college nnd Hospital For Wromen nnd obtained her degreo of docacre. session of government license to retail caused tho act. And agent for Fon Sale.-- 20 good cotton mules, 21 tor of scienco from IlutgerB college She spirits, prima facie evidence that the The Chesapeake and Ohio announfat and prncticed medicino several yeara in Now holder is Belling them contrary to the ces a one-fa- re rate for the round trip of them mares, average 15 hands, laws of tho State, and there will bo few- January 22 and 23, on account of tho ready for market. McRobeitB & Briscoe. Orleans, whero sho was tho pionoer woman physician and at that time the at Shelby City. er doggeries in the country. only ono in tho southern states. By her Studebakcr Wagons, Dicks' Feed Cutter, Dayton Cross-cu- t Eastern Kentucky High School festivi- Address Jerry Briscoe JDisk Brent & Bro., ol Paris, who havo indomitable will and energy sho estabHarrow and Brown Cultivator. There will be a feeling of regret in all ties at Ashland. turkey business at Harrods-burg- , lished a practico nmong tho most refined Near Birmingham, Ala., a negro was been in the who looked upon the beautiful White shipped this season eight thousand nnd educated families in that, city and hung to a tree just in front of a church, City to read that fire has destroyed sevturneya and over five thousand geeso to won for herbelf nn envinblo roputation. faHe had eral of its handsomest buildings. It by a mob of enraged men. She wna tho first woman ever nllowed the Boston market. from the tally aliot a wealthy young farmer who caught in the Casino, perhaps Indiana is 40 the privilege of addressing tho house of Statistic! Bhow that occupation of tramps, and spreading to was in pursuit of him. hog crop this representatives in Louisiana. RufuB Saner killed per cent, behind iu her At Marietta, Ga., There nro nt this time nine physicians Feristyle, Music Hall and the Manthe cent, behind; suicid- year; Illinois ia 15 per in her immediate family, iivo of them Will be delivered right at your door on the following days or the ufacturers' building, they were soon a his fatherland mother and then day and being women. Thoyouugestof this numwife while Ohio is 40 per cent, increase You will not be disappointed. It will be out your way mass of smoking ruins. A great many ed. W. II. CurtiB butchered his Michigan, 70 per cent, over laHt year. ber is her eldest daughter, Harriette thereafter. exhibits had not been removed. The and daughter at Buffalo and failed in Jesse F. Cook is agent for Thomson d'Esmondo Keatingo, who wns graduated as follows: buildings originally cost $2,200,000 and the attempt to kill himself. & Bland, of Orawfordsville, Ind., impor- in medicino iu 1883. Dr. Keatingo ia a Crab Orchard and Preachersvillc Pikes Every Monday Mrs. Etta MayjSample, tho Louisthere was no insurance on them. Ho haa at his member of tho American Institute of Dudderar's Mill Pike who sometime ago poisoned ters of Hackney burses. Every Tuesday ville woman 3,512, Homeopathy, tho Now York State HoJudge D. M. Key, of the U. 8. district her Bon, took her own life Wedneaday. stable a sample, Connaught, 2nd, Hack- meopathic society nnd the Homeopathic Lancaster Pike Every Wedne'sday of the ourt of Tennessee, will retire on attaini- She was a divorced wife and of a very which ia as fine a specimen Society of tho County of New York nnd is Danville Pike Every Thursday ney as one could wish to Bee. an honornry member of tho Hahnemann ng hifl 70th birth day, Jan. 25, and tho melancholy disposition. M. F. Elkin bought of Floyd, of association of Louisiana and other med- Hustonvillc Pike... Every Friday already full of applicants for fast woods are Tho Hannibal and St. Joseph at 4je. and ical societies. Sho ia chairman of the Somerset Pike position. Among them are T. 8. train was held up and robbed by five East Ead, a lot of fat hoga bis Every Saturday also bought of science committeo of Sorosis and is a Webb, 8r., father of the young man who masked men, four miles from St. Joseph, a fat cow at 2c. He , Stanford Every Saturday married one of Stanford's fairest daugh-ter- Mo. The express and mail cars ware Reuben Faulkner a lot of fat heifers at member of the Ladies' Health Protective .7.1. .Every Wednesday lot of steers association and other philanthropic or- Rowland and H. H. Ingersoll, partner of passengers were not dis- 2jc. Of Sam Spoonamoro a ganizations. Masterson Peyton, Esq., both of Knox-vill- rifled, but the ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. at about 2c. turbed. .. , Countess Nbjiajrow. pa-tien- co InteriorJoukml Even a worm will turn when trod upon and the most patient and long sufferer will rebel when they find that scaro has struck The small-poNashvillo and thero are a number of x THEY SAY. cases uuder treatment at that placo. Our - 6 OB S PAGES. $15-00- 0, every Slaagte :") - Sale. pur-chasin- g BELOW C0STI bLUMty mILIU. U Fivo-year-ol- urn GOODS, n . WE MEAN BUSINESS pres-en- CSoaks and Blankets, LOUISVILLE : clmr-ade- $14,-729.4- 0, STORE, STANFORD, Ere., Mc-Kin- ley KING & PREWITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Dry Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, groat-grandmoth- Corn Wanted. KHTG F'EUiiW.LTT. Kis-sa- B. K. WEAREN, Dealer in Carriages, Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, 21-ye- ar jSJt. Get His Priees lit-ti- J. K. VANARSDALE, New-Yor- k Hardware, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Queens ware, &c. The Old Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, n, e. MkiM4 -- - -.- Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal IN HAMPTON COURT. Kv.f Januahy 12, 18C4 3ILL NYE AND CLARENCE VISIT STANfoui), THE PALACE. W. P. WALTON. ..TAKE THE., An ..Mttvwr&iM ini ISiillkyaaieilw 1 Adventure 011 tlm Way With n Govoru-liinDrer lllatnry if the 1'iilnen From a the Tlmo It W111 llullt Homo of tho In the llnllvrlrn. ric-ture- nt 1U . . m W 1 11 II 1 l.r-- a rji n i. m la ni ! k.v mm ICopyrljjht, 1801. by Kilirar V. Nj-o.- .... .,.-- .. fl.T i 4 THE POPULAR AND DIRECT ..LINE TO., ' poV&s WEST NflBTJBC -- WEST. .........And will Vtiltort. rmimber tha Monun ii the lime, Chai Veitlbu!! Tram., Dininic Car., l'alaee Car., l'ullinia lluffet SUepeM, at lowe.t rate -- ..And... ...... WORLD'S FAIR A , For Information ddtfs IAS. HARKER, O. I'. ' V O CRUSH. ll Chlcaro. l,oiUill MIK YOU ARK OOINO NORTH WEST, London, Dec. 23, 1803. Saturdny 1 liml promised lo tnko Clnr-encdown to llnmiton Court with tho understanding thnt I was to pay tho bills mul Clnrcncoto toll nio what train to go upon aiitl whon to get off. Wo traveled third chum in order to conceal tho fact that I was an American. Also in order that wo might smoko our black and malignant pipes. Thero nro several ways by which ono may go to Hampton Court and n good many moro by which ono cannot go there. Somogo by coach, as 1 did somo timo ago and to which rcforenco was thon mado. Hampton Court is not n new Btibject njion which to writo, but it is n very interesting plnco indeed. It 1h open freo ovory day except Friday, and bo far 1 iiavo not missed anything that was freo, from nalvatiou down. Hiding from tho station up to Hampton in n hired drag, Clarenco raked up an old yarn regarding tho horscn of England and tho neglect of tho letter h, o who was certainly moro gifted as u carver than I nm. Tho walls nro hung with old tnpc8try representing tho lifo of Abraham. It is not for sale. Tho presonco chamber, doubtless whero Christmas presents wore made, is nlso hung with tapestry which should bo taken down nnd wiped with n damp towel as soon ns spring opens up. Theso tapestries nro worked in allegorical designs, showing peoplo with peculiar enlnrgoments for which I presumo they nro not to blame, nnd sweet littlo nudo boys with piano legs Descending to tho necond court, ono will see over tho gntoway on tho west Bluo n clock nearly 400 years old, though tho works havo been replaced by later ones. Tho king's Btnircaso is on tho southeast Hido of tho colounndo and just west of tho cscnpndo. This stairway leads to tho Btnto apartments, tho throne-rootho guardroom, tho king's bed chnmbcrs, etc. Thero nro nlso 20 picA great ture galleries, I beliovo. many of tho pictures nro jwrtrnits nnd I ; ' ( impnvsed with it and spoko of it in pity. Whilo wo stood nt tho gato which opens on tho pathway leading to tho vinery whero tho mammoth grapo vino grows, laden with a carload of grapes each year for tho exclusive uso of tho queen, tho Earl of Pinkhnm hung his washing out of his window on n tack. "Too bad," said Clarence, knocking tho contents of his pipo out ngninst tho heel of his boot, for I allow him to bo perfectly open nnd freo with me. "Poor cnnpi very pan tiint. l'vo seen 'nn decay oven in mo own timo. Look at tho nun wnsh 'o 'as 'nnging on tho carpet tack against Ms winder. It's only n fow yenrs sinco 'o 'nd to 'nvo two tacks for 'is washing." -- That's what, and if you don't belcive it see our new assortment of goods for 1S94. m LurM Sock. watcnes, - Lowest Prices. jewelry, biirenvare, lironzes, spectacles ana any thing and everything in the Jewelry line at tJccy Louisville I. 4 Naihviuc R. n. lath, MaVe ho for you.it lit Double Daily Trains clou cunncctioa at For all polnti. 1 I LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI THROUOIt TICKETS SOU). Of W. W. HAOGAUK CIIKCKKO THROUGH Kor any information t.iqulr of JOKS.lllCK.Ac.nl, Stanford, 1ENN, Trav. Pan. ARcnt, Junction City, Ky Kj CHESAPEAKE & OHIO ON THE DEEIt. RAILWAY. Washington, Philadelphia Battlmoro, Now York, And all other Uaitern Citlci. ShortattlLlne betn LouLvllle, Kaitcrn Point.. Leiinatcm and iM IN EFFECT NOV. i, iSgi. lEASTOOUND. I.T.LfilnKlon Atlantic Espra.a No. Jt, dally. ........ ........ Midland Accommodation, No, to. . Sun.11.4sam 6.ajpm No 14 dally Vmtiltuled Suu. ....... 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Kvcn my loud, explosive, chockored clothes did not frighten them awny. Myl how beautiful they nro and bow wonld have liked to pop ono over with my faithful little revolver, voted to mo year ago for being tho most jiopular itinn In Tio Siding, Wy. I Thefio deer nro protected by tho government, howover, though tho stag 1 tried to feed with n hot crass bun really does not need tho protection of the government. Dear render, did you over suddenly find an armful of bonis belonging to a gentleman deer in tho pit of your stomach? 1 have. Of course it wan only piny and all tho bright eyed children and nurses laughed ha, ha, but wore out a Martin umbrella on tho beast and havnu't used that scarlet necktio since. Red has been quite a populnr color for tho scarf this nutnmn. oven among tho eldorly gentry, mid I wore ono that actually interrupted conversation. Tho pnlaco of Hampton Court was built by Cardinal Wolsoyin 1S16, though it has been repaired onco fiinco thnt and ono can seo where tho mortar is n shade lighter between tho deep red bricks. it is about the plainest building I have ever seen, considering Its cost. It hns n facade, but no lift. Tho walls are of old fnshiongd hnudmndo brick placed ono n uon another. Cardinal Wolsey presented tho pnlaco to Henry VIII on his birthday, and tuu king occupied it for boiiio timo. Honry VIII added to tho palnco n now iron mud scraper nt tho door, as n delicate hint to his retainers not to retain tho mud on their mammoth feet when calling on tho king. Tho scraper is still pointed out to visitors, having been brought from Paris in tho sixteenth century. Edward 11 was borti here, and hero died his mother, Jnno Seymour. Queen Elizabeth has lived here, also James I, Charles I, Cromwell who will bo activo partisan in English politics; Charles II, James II, also William and Mary. Tho Inst king to resido hero wns Georgo II. During tho rolgn of William and Mary tho most of tho palace, with tho excoption of tho Bummor kitchen mid leanto, wns torn down and rebuilt from designs by Sir Christopher Wren and is in tho Dutch etylo. Tho front of tho pnlaco is exceedingly plnin and reminds ono of tho old Illinois Contrnl railroud depot in Chicago. Over tho entrance court nro tho arms of Cardinal Wolsey. 1 do not know whero bis legs nre, though I inquired of tho caretaker, nu old party in a red calico uniform. Tho great hall, over 100 feet long, 40 feet wido and 00 feet high, is n grnnd affair, but hard to heat in winter, 1 would think. At present it is hentedby largo steam coils, but in tho days of Henry VIII, when his majesty felt chilly, ho took another drink. Tho beautiful stained glass window shows tho armorial bearings of tho king and his Hix wives, each of whom was tho only woinnn ho over tinly loved. This room has a lofty ceiling, beautifully decorated and carved by n man at tho Hnmo 1 1 should hnvo been dono by Landseer or STANFORD, KY. eomo other good nnimnl painter. Most of tho men look ns though they wero are hardly necessary. Criminals arrest Buffering from hyporuutrition, nnd tho themselves, and tho authorities have littlo troublo in securing tho punishment Bnvogo bcowI of royalty chows ever and anon n tyrannical character utterly of nn offender. A young Icelandic friend of mine, says tho writer, going across the without compassion. ' desert from Reykjavik, met n man rid-- ( Of conrso thero nro boiiio historical ing a pony. pictures nnd somo Biblical scenes, theso parts, Such meetings nro rare in and liko ships on tho sen tho among them being a graphic two hailed and spoke. And this wns tho representing Joseph excusing him- manner nnd substanco of their conversa self to I'otiphnr's wifo in order to catch tion: tho last boat for Staten Island. "What's your name?" Another picture, cnlnrged from n ko"Stefan." dak, I judge, represents Adnm nnd Evo "Whoso son';" in tho Garden of Eden. Tho flguro on "Thorstein'a son." tho right in this group is Evo, ns I learnNOW rUULISUCU"Where aro you going?" ed from an attendant. Adam is on tho "To prison." left ono cannot tell by tho clothes "Whnt for?" which Is which. Ono has just peeled n "Stealing n Bheep." 120 ounco pippin nnd hns thrown largo "No ono taking you?" tho peeling over her shoulder to seo "No. The sheriff was busy, bo he gavo what letter it makes. mo my papers tho warrant for tho nr- Adam bcoiiih worried nbout tho ser- rest and sent mo on to prison by iny- FOR A YEAR. pent, which hangs near him in n tree, Dcaa. nnd ono enn boo that our ancestor is tryTho men exchanged snuff nnd a kiss ing to rcmombcr whero his sericnt and parted. A week later tho young is bo thnt ho can go nnd lay his Icelander was returning to Reykjavik, OJfD HUNDRED XSD FOUIi PAPEIIS A Yn.vn, hand right on it If anything should hap- and near tho same spot ho met tho samo copy. on TiiAX oxn cuxt pen. man. The popularity of flic Gazette extendi from Ocean in Ocean. Ono cannot but bo impressed by this "Whnt!" ho cried. "Stefan Thorstein! Front every part of the Globe the ncim 1m Riven In re picture, the picturo of thoso two singlo Why, you said you were going to prison !" liable slinpe, Twelve to .Sixteen Piikcm u week will hnnded parents of tho human rncc. "So I was, and I went, but they would be printed for $1.00 a Year. Audrcbti With no oxperionco nt oil, green nnd not let mo in." ns nil get out, raw and uncountrified THE GOMMERGIAI "Why not?" lettered, yet called suddenly forward "Becauso I had lost my papers, nnd and asked to becomo tho parents of nil tho sheriff said ho could not tako mo .GAZETTE GO. mankind, white, black, red and yellow! without my warrant." Think of it I Who could uot shudder CINCINNATI. "So they won't havo you in prison?" nt tho very iden? It is n mighty solemn "No." thing to Ikj a parent oven where one's "And you nro going homo again?" child is of sanio color ns ono's self; but, "Yes." Pearson's Weekly. nh, stop nnd think over for n moment whnt it must bo to hnvo tho doctor AVell Karned. bring with him n Mongolian baby, or a At a meeting of tho "Women's Auxilhttlo red brother, or n fifteenth amend iary" in it was ngreed that every mcntl member should contributo n sum, not I do not wonder thnt Adnm strokes less than $1, which sho had earned espe his whiskers thoughtfully nnd wishes cially for tho purpose. Tho money was thnt ns n forefnther ho might bo allow- to bo handed in at tho next meeting of ed n vacation. Eve's face is not so easily tho auxiliary. rend, ns sho hns partially turned to Beo Tho timo came, nnd tho contributions nbout tho npplo peeling on tho ground. wero duly turned over to tho treasurer. Both Adnm and Evo hnvo n fino com- Somo members brought $2 or $3, and tho plexion nnd considerable of it. total amount was really handsome nnd I would sa)' Hampton Court pnlaco is encouraging. Then, of conrse, tho good WHAT DOES IT MEAN? now occupied only by n number ot tho women fell to relnting their experiences I', tibj Out tho C"n anil Cre.it nont j IT ral'rf. iv,ertt very poor of tho nobility who nro in earning tho money. l!i Mil ( it!- - .tl ti Mr-- I L. .ir. i (..auinn.. I .atinuatj In Niw flu Ici.liort..Atlauia, i'..i.i i rl uu.lurkla.lulled tl,wrifl to pny rent and nro by tho kindness Ono had dono this nnd another that, Ctartumtl t j thatuuwga, br JVunvillo. I of tho queen quartered here. Left with but Mrs. Allen said nothing. Finally SOLID VCCTID'JLCD TRAIKG nothing but their empty titles now, her next neighbor nsked: nil t f tSe rvW roln'.. Thmnrh Carl ti VlcSiNr-- i Iftrer--- i theso noblo paupers boldly put on their "How did you earn your contribution, neat .14 ul trnur ( ri (.ne'tnaU i ri. Oulr I .v ri'auin t Tciiianl ko voi X.tr Orlfjr.i .r door plates tho only possession they Mrs. Allen?" llirot liiuaUmt AtI11... :.'. C. Aik I'rum t Cil.furnUi. went. th Shrrr.jwrt. Law rrno.T urr. timt"UM muuctivu U uaJo Lt I..otiin!l. hnvo, nnd over nnd nuon ono sees n bell MmHotyNI. Ltaloftoa "I got Mr. Allen to give it to me." t f Kith wittkul.J trilni to bit ivinti Suutti. pull or n knocker under which is en"Oh! oh!" cried several voices nt once, w c r.isnAKSo;', graved in big letters tho Earl of Bar nnd young Mrs. Smith Baid: "Wky, that Oca'l 1'lli'r Ageut, Cincinnati. O, leycorn, tho Dulco of Lower Sandusky , wasn't according to tho agreement! We QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. or Lady Eleanor Mnllov-Tidwero to earn tho money ourselves. I Here, where for centuries tho king nnd Bhouldn't call it earning it if I got my his rctinuo dwelt in magnificence nnd husband to give it to me." theso sunny courts echoed with silvery "Perhnps you wouldn't," said Mrs. Al-- t Innghter, whero tho tablo of tho royal leu. "And then again perhaps you master could bo heard even at night, would if your husband wns liko somo groaning under its weight of good folks." things to ent, including pnsto nnd sweets, Nothing moro wns said. Mr. Allen's shan- reputation was pretty well known, nnd porridge, joints, dygaff and everything that heart could it was tacitly agreed that Mrs. Allen had wish, now at dawn ono bees tho Duko lived up to tho spirit of her promise. Pi every person sending us the amount of one yearly Sfl ascription of Lower Sandusky light up his gaso-lin- o Youth's Companion. to the Interior Journal, together with ten cents extra, we will send stovo nnd with rnspberry tea nnd n 1'rnvlilvil. smoked herring begin tho long, long, Single copies may be a copy of The World Almanac for 1894 Tho eyes of tho Senegambian matron ree wenry dny. Or ho sees Lndy Elennor ordered at the Inteiior Journal office for 25 cents. Malloy-Tid- d como down 6tnira furtivo-- sparkled. "Oh, what a lovely feather boa!" she exclaimed. "You dear, good man!" Sternly the husbaud disengaged himself from her embrace. "Whenever," ho nusterely observed, "wo nro invited to functions in tho fur pn ture, I don't want to hear any moro talk nbout not having n thing to wenr." Obeying tlia Lnv, Tho laws of Iceland nro so fully recognized thnt tho services of n police officer Banks', the Jeweler, THE chief-do-ov- er CINCINNATI "WEEKLY" - Twice -a-Week GAZETTE I nn-tldo- to $1.0 luss run F 17 I 109 rs 23 90 1 I nn-nb- lo ilI 1 iti T 1 .M an-- d. I & j m e, I 0HLT TEN CENTS EXTRA. tsce iftl Truth. WORM) jmKTWlQ 1894. OVER Superfluous. A book ngent went into n barber shop and nsked tho proprietor if ho could sell him an encyclopedia. "What's dat?" asked tho tonsorial artist. "It's 9, book that contains information on every subject in tho world." Victim in tho chair says feebly, "He doesn't need it." Exchange. No Ilvlp Fur It. AND ENGYGL0PEDIA FOR The Best Reference Book Printed. If AND ' Everything up to Date and Complete. loUU TREATED. Dnshaway Old man, can't you dino with mo tomorrow night? Stuffer Certainly, old fellow, but you will havo to mako it 8 o'clock. Daslmway Why eo late? Stuffer Puck. I havo another dinner nt A ENDORSED BY STATESMEN, EDUCATORS, STUDENTS EVERYWHERE. 0. I'leu. "Havo you anything to say beforo wo eat you?" paid tho kjng tf tho Cannibal THE KARL'S WASH. Boston misicnary. ly, chop up nn old dry goods box in tho isles to a have," was tho rei ly. "I wnnt to enrry tho slivers up stairs to her tall: to ealou, a whilo on the advantages of mnssivo but bleak npnrtments and then vegetarian diet." Harper's Bazar. of milk left return for tho tin dipper on tho royal stoop by tho milkman. .Mut Hi'. Then nt ovening when tho old pnlaco but what Mr. t '.ma ThcroV no was all nlight nnd tho swish and rattio Cullt way is blindly in love with you. of heavily starched petticoats was hoard Maude What makes you think so? on tho king's Btnircaso, what a conClara Ho told mo tho other day ho trast it was with tho present when, in thought you dreted in Mich good taste. tho ghastly nnd deserted court, wo seo Cloak Review. tho Ear- - of Assnfretida swooping back M:ttli lii-- Crj. from tho King's Arms with a growler full of bitters nnd a snrdino 011 toast. Mrs. Nuwed Here's a lovely necktie I havo Been nothing in all my plai 1 I've mado yon, love. career which bo impressed mo with tho Nuwed Why, my dearl Hoy did transitory nnttuo of nil earthly glory you know I was going to the masquer-ad- o as this. Even my vnlot Clnreuco wus ball? Fuck. Has Reached Such a State of Perfection That It Is a Voritablo Encyclopaedia of Facts and Events, Brought Down to January First, 1804. Edition of 1894 has been prepared an extra force of editors. It will have a novel and attractive cover, wide mar- Igins, new and improved binding; is printed on good paper, and contains more and better It is information than any book of a similar nature published. 'I THE 11 ik-nb- t AMERICA'S STANDARD YEAR BOOK. r PRICE, postpaid by mail, lildrcss THE JTetc . IF0l, 25 CENTS. fork City. k 11 Mya4traB". -- . "" -- "nrnf-n iMiBaaiaiiiftftiMim J t to R r . i' a u J For the lTook Baglaalag Jest. 14. Thit nallce) forewarnt huateri, fithtrmen and then not totretpatt oa our landt without per OK STANFORD, KY., Cnmat y Kt. B. It. DvyU, vittioo, at alltuvh will be prottcatcd to lhe fut Tone. tsmnUtlont, and how U arolil COURIER-JOURNA- L it etwalof the law Signed! It bow fully organiicd and ready for butiactt wit BEFORE THE WAR. rbem. iUlh. It. 1 U. M. LACKOWITZ. T D. KEWUNU, The Scriptural lesson illustrating our arxcAjtrzcLJXT Paid p OapiUlfsf - $200,000 arv O C. LYON. topic tells the story of the temptation I a trn re eight column democratic newfiprr FRKDHAUUANN. Sarplus, . 2i 000 f everything some CHJUTIR XXV L UEN-RR L. WHITE. CTXAJTfll XXV. nf Jius by satau. "Then wan Jeous It conulntthe h WATTERSON it the d.tor J. L. DKCK. last wonDfl. led up of ths Spirit into tho wilderBitOKin ramnn. SUCCESSOR to Til K LINCOLN NATIONAL T C HALL. That Pierce Hostock executed tho ness to be tempted of the devil" (Math, BANK OK STANFORD, PKTKR UALMKK. Aa 1m catno forward, ho etnod not PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. and article of manumission before iv, 1). This utory is very familiar to trill IS niiLLirs. to pc mo nor Coralie. Tb jud Now doting, up) with the tame aueti and unda J. K. llltUCK. Thi. WEEKLY the tame manag anient, fjreetexl him oordiallj, by name, suid it leaving Mississippi, that ho secreted ns nil, and from it vr may draw many very liberal ierm to Jgrnt , and Rivt (roenmVei it in his houie, forgot to take it with nseful lessons concerning our tcuiptn miiun for clut Sample copieaol the paper pre lly provmonaof ltt chaittr, depontort are a waa eyident that thy were old friend. and fully protected at ai depotilort in Nation, lour psc Premium "When did you arriTe in town?" ha him, apparently forgot the fact that ho tionb nnd how wo may avoid them. We addrtat, Write to Supplement tent fieu to any llankt. itt tharcholdcn beinr held Individual! had done it, and never mentioned it to may learn from liaolc to the eilentci the amount of their itocl WafVWTOV asked. f VfTMA ATA. X UgZy KJJ&R,4 this temptation of therein at the par value thtreot, ia addition to tn n hour, by rail from Vick-bur- j. anybody, were things that, to ray mind, Christ : L 'Within amount act CO. caecutor,invrtted In tuch tharet. It may fully at Tho COURIER-JOURNAat adminittrator, truiitec, Ac, at I was on my way to Donaldson-vill- e were perfectly consistent with his con1. When wo may expect to be temptin individual LOuIVILl.E, KY. after and beyond, and was nmaxel to dition of mind Dorionthe deed. Tho ed. Tho temptation of Jons took pUcc Tn thote who entrutted their hultinett to ut The said, were obwhile tnnaging the Lincoln National Hank 01 P. learn on the street of tho death of the witnesses, Mr. immediately after IHb baptism. Bcforo here tenderour many thankt and man I was polnff to see and the na- scure white men of the vicinity. It tho multitude Ho had been proclaimed Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, Stanford, will e continue lo trantact their butinmu Thit rtable, which It run n connection with th trutt they was not necessary for them to know, with ut, dieting at a guarantee for prompt attaa ture of the cano you are invofitlffiatinfj. M)t lloute, tiaa been tupplied with And The nnd baptized iih tho coming Messiah, tton to tamp, our twenty yean' etpeneoce l Here is a paper which I fancy will and they doubtless were not informed nnd even God had claimed Him ns His banking and at liberal accotutnodationt at are cot as to tho character of the instrument, Courier-journ- al A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, bo of Treat Importance. " utout with tnunil hanking Son, and tho Spirit had descended upon it was Buggies, Wagons, lie took a folded paper from a lonff. nny more than that were a last will and Hun. It was a moment of triumph W)lweni one yetr to .tny addrr let C2 TC DIHICTOHS: not men much pockctbook and laid it before tho testament. They Supplwt and It better than ever W. P WALTON. unci success. Heaven Addr, joined judpe. Whllo the latter was reading given to gossip, and Mr. Hostock could in honoring Him, and and earthHo was S3 supply tho public with Sttnford, Ky. J.J. wiliUmi, Mt. Vernon; prepata, jut:!icu easily satisfy them not to mention the &. II Shtnkt,;Mti'oid; it, Mr. Dorion stepped down and heart8 niQS OP. ALL KINDS. J. S. 0tlc), Stanford; ily greeted us. My lawyer had caupht circumstance. His extreme caution in tempted. Satan often attacks us at the secreting tho paper was a natural part snino moment. It is in the fliuh of vicS.J. Kmbry, Stanford; l'ertnnal and pioaaplatlenlion (tvtnto Weddingl tho name and, leaning over, whisarticles or I'artitt and llurlalt. of tho terror and dread of disclosures tory ns often ns in tho discouragement J II. Owtley, Stanford; pered: P. W. GRKKN, K. Cam, Stanford; J. about Coralio which possessed him of defent thnt tho temptor whispers "What's your ovidenee, sir?" AMIURNS, Manager, Proprietor William Cooch, Slanlsrd; after tho duel. That the will was his words to ns to which wo should turn u "Wait a moment," was tho reply, A. W. Carptater, Mil ledgeville, Ky given with a poculiar smilo. "I reckon deliberate act appeared when it was deaf ear. Then we aro in a fair way 01 Clforaira I.oJjr . N'o 41. of United rot he r W Cumiiiint, I'rcachrrtville seen that he, not being a lawyer, had to Iw easily overcome, for inuuy who of Hrirndnhlp you'll be satisfied with it." Know All Mm lly I liete) Preent, thit e, Tho judgo finished reading tho pa- informed himself as to how to execute can bear up under defeat and fuilure S Ke lil, I) C Jackroan, Abe MuiiVi, Scott lliukncr, Wiilltr Sutton, Jamrt l'artitrr, per, and called to Mr. Dorion. They it logally. The proof was very strong cannot etand success and prosperity, Wade KranV Adklnt, Millet llroaiiui, V I)Jerry arComet to you every other day In the Tear far on had a brief whispered conversation. that his mind failed sadly after his re- but in such times fall easy victims to il ill, Green Helm, John Hilm, Much lUker. Joi.n Choapctt - moval to La Fourche. and when, the sin. In timo of prosperity nnd succes Cool mlth tiubt). Wm Juiraaml Kr Lytic, NATIONAL BANK ly Jl Thecent.' geu Itaud belt paper In Ken- Then the lawyers wcro called up tolucky. jo for three rrontlit. Ad evening before ho died, he was full of let us wntch aud pray against tempta- alt titidemt ol Lincoln county, Kentucky, liir TI1K ADVOCATK. dictt, by aiuxMjte curtehei logrther and become tncot OK STANFORD. KY Danville, Ky anxiety to cxecuto nnother paper, it is tion and thus avoid it. poraled under the liw of the Sute of Kentucky, or the purporc hetcitutter rptecd aud adept not at all strange to me that ho had 2. Where wo may expect to bo tempt Capital Stock lio forgotten tho ono secreted in tho old ed. When Christ was hungry, satan the f innwine artule ef immrioratiafl, be name 01 inc curt oiatKtli Hull I. Mississippi home. I oilRe, No 4j, ol the United llrothers of Surplus tempted Him with bread. When he This is my theory. Hut I should add saw tho glory and splendor of tho world riitmlthip. II. Tho pilnci; at place of buur.cn at Stanlcrd Attention of the public it invited lo the fat that lawyers havo argued long and nt a glance, he tempted Kintucky with that thit It the only Hank Stanford 1 U uhI learnedly over this branch of the case, er nnd influence. This Him hna anpowIt lhe spnrral nature ef the Itutinrtt In be Under the provttiont National National in Hank Act rated. the fact tramue'ed thall be he 'mK el an to mrmbcr depoutnri ate teemed ofnot only by tha capital and that judges havo written opinions for us. Just at these who .lie sick ordlitrcsied, the pto IdiPK nt lurilt ttock, but by the itockholdcit liability lor at. sustaining it. md foi the hHiial of the dead and the to amount equal lo the Muck, to that depotitort 01 Hatj'cr'a Weekly it beyond all Urlion the lead-lpoints, if wo may uso tho tilt I take from my closet a file of the .line, these liefofllir inrmt irfhip ccuf rail) , who are juuinal in Awetlca, in lit tplendhl illuttra. WIT thit Intlitution arc tecured by a fund of U' '3K te expression, wero tho wonkest and muet and needy, and to with the (,'and five tworn autrmentt of Ihoconditioti of the(i,reo tiont, in ltt corpa el dittlnKuiihrd coottibulnri, rtr New Orleans Daily Picayune for the baot oOKeufihe chailtable In tpeclal linea, atitl ih ltt vatt aimr ol leader ucrablo places in Christ's character. and todotuchOrder in .Ucome within undrritkinKS. arc made each eat to lhe United Statet t yenrs In those feverish times the aripc of thinstai on lhe htftiett order of talent, the men and tttataett are eiamlaed at ttaled luutu It Satan alwnys strikes nt tho weakest charity arnt benrvolnnr by poaitmn and training lo Una! the bj government agenta, I hut tecurmc addititoaa Ihii fitted little else but heated politics and the leading trine t ol the day. In fiction, the mott Wni; orjanued for charita and perfect tafcty lo dcpoiitott, alarming condition of tho nation was point in a man's character. Ho attacks tieIV. The corporation U purpM unit it thit inttituliou, oriKinally eitabHihed at th tKipulir tmr T.orilert contribute lo lit inUitni, becaixtai tv k or ono man in adversity and another in tockhoMtrt, but 7 iff' J Supeik drawiniji by the lirermit aitlttt llluttrale seriously talked or read about, but Depntit Hank ol Stanford in ittt, then Z (, TiHl 5 ifj oacit pirtou wli i'.mltitut t ltt artlrlrt, lit ttorlea, and every tiotablp the corporation the turn of tiveh red among the things of local interest most prosperity, ono by drink nnd another deemed a niewber and entitled to MWtthe shall be team atrethe NationalatHank ol .Stanford In !HankanC event HUpubli. Iiiterit, it cwata nt portralia el of orgamrcd a i the National benefit ot often mentioned by tho press of the by sensuality, ono through wealth nnd aa ich, to longa he thall cmnply with the rule Stanford in 1M1, hat had ptactically an unintcr the dlatlHcuuhed well and women w)h are mak and pat men dura, fm and rtiptcd riittenceof it )ctri It It better tupplied InK the htttury nf the time, while tpecial attensouthern metropolis was tho great suit another through promiso of power and cl the tion It kivco tu the Atmy aHl Navy, Amateur made aiiaiutt the Hietntrit now with lacihtlei furtiaiiiaUiitu huiiBCiaprsiapi nt law of Coralie Jewott against Con- prominence among men. To avoid him atvtimt-M- ' toat hll btlit tuppcrt ly and literally than cvor before In ltt lone anc Sixirtt, and Mualc and the Drama, bv dltt liUih-e- d Irom time tine Inr wo bhould study our chnracters, learn V. the corporation thall coMtncnrc Irvtn the nenuraeie career rd. II rift t HWtlv rom- oanertt In a rad Hostock, involving the novel preecoutitt el corporation!, fi.lu r 61 hihea the newt Irulurr vf tht daily paper and the lor nc ,'iattet, 6nnt and Individual! retpectlully tolic nrotwr liminary question as to whether the what nro our weuk points and btrength-o- n ordtie ol the article at in tbeexpiration Itlce twenty led arttattc and rtterarv qualulet ol the maeatinc aud tirmlnate the ol them. plaintiff was a freo woman and enwiih ttia tolid crilHtl chataklcr of the rcviw. Tht Directory ol thit Dank it cotnpoieU at fioj )rata 3. How wo may avoid or overcomo FVI. Tho aflalrt of tbe corporation are to "e cm. K iretlut Reid, Lincoln county , sin. dorion iibauttly oitnirrcD us. titled to sue and, after that, tho title IIAKPF.R'S PICKIODICAW. by a lltard of five Is) Director, to be ducted d S. T. Harm. I.iitreln; gether and permitted to read tho pa- to the La Foureho plantation, iti slaves onr temptations. Jesus used but ono IVr Vcar. annually fnmatidrn the lawful nnnlu ol G. A. Lackey, Mnceln; the corpotatiou.at ,., Ilatpet't Majailnr per, the judge adding some comments and belongings and all other property weapon in His defense, nnd that was tho ol eacn ear Anil their nrt meeting in Decent ber Ji to at tec tame time there at all be ) word of (iod it was tho sword of tho J. W. Ilayden, Stanford ; Harper' Weealy ... . in a low voice As they returned to left by the late Fierce Hostock. ...ra. 4Ct cltcted a Matter, a Deputy MUr, a brcrrtart ..... Ilarper't lUaar b.li IlaucbruaB.II.incoln; - Ul Could man givo higher proof than I Spirit. "It is written again," was His andan Attlttant bccieurv end a Trcsatuier, which their seats, I saw Mr. Garnott's faco People Harper' Younc (it officer J. S. llocker. SUolord; did of faith in tho justice of his cause? thrico repeated answer to Satan's quo- lat named orient thall he the wreathed with smilos. ol the corporation, and fill Tartou chain I'aatae Krrvta all lukkcrikeit In the United W. A.'IrlWtle. .Stanfertf; Hefore tho suit was begun I mnrried tations from tho Scriptures. A thor- at tbe Mated meetUKi thall ad the ohlch ufciri "rt ol "You're safe," ho whispered. Statet, Canada, and Meawo M. 1). Khouir, Sttrtfetd; one jear and alall hold their tuc I looked at Conrad. Tho face of tlw tho woman who by tho decision might ough kuowledgo nnd judicious uso of cettori arc cilice lor and qualified. until Treattirer 'I lie T. I. iiill.Staolord. clecttd declared a slave! them is a grcnt sufeguard against and thall be requred to Kite bond for the 'althlul fiend never 6hone out moro plainly In It K. L Tanner, McKlnaey; The Voiurret eftbe Weekly begin ith lhe Bra ol duty, tn turn thall he fnrl by a human countenanco than in his, as I have said that the law of Louisiana n powerful agent in overcoming tempta- the colittitutien and tuch luwt. at lhe corporation htn no live M. J. Miller, Ml. Vcilod Number far January of each year by was cruol to such as she. Lot me tion. i mentioned, tubaciiptloni will Wfiu with the his lawyer communicated to him tho thall at once fill raid oft ceato hold aarr.e until the J. S. Ilockrr, I'retKlcnt; Number current at the timet f receipt ef ordi r. hasten to add that in tho end it gave Biblo Readings I Chron. xxi, 1; election in December Th aaidolBcert and Hoat' startling news. John J. McRnberta, (.athier; Itemed Volumet of Ilarper't Weekly Ut three Prov. i, 10; xvi, 29; xxviii, 20; xxx, thall have tuchdutiea ann uer at thall beat A A MeKinner. Attittanl Cathlrr. jeart I ack, in beat cleth binding, will be tent by "I havo bcon mado acquainted with her a full measuro of Justice. tUned to be mall, Mttt(e paid, or by riprett free ef eapente fight was a bitter ono and pro- 9; Johnxvi, 83; Rom. xiv, 13; Math, adopted thtm by the rulet a d The such additional and surprising dlsclos-tiresprvidel the rrif hi deea nut aiceed ose dollar VII The pritate property ef the mrmliertU said tho Judge, in a voice which longed for moro than two years. The xxvi, 41; Gnl. vi, 1; I Cor. x, 13; Jus. per volume , for I; e per volume to be rxctnrt liom corporate debit. (loth Cah-- far each volume, tuitaVIe far bind, defendant was In possession and was i, tho whole room heard, "as make it, in 12: Hob. iv, 10; I Pet. v, 0. VII. The IrnM.tedi'ein f the corporation thall in j, will ! tcnl by mail, pott paid, on receipt of my judgment, both proper and nec- ably represented. And brisk llttlo Mr. nve inoutanuuoiiari. oiexcccu i noeach. IX. lhe taid ci rporatiou tnall hav, perpetual Remittance thould be made by Pott office MonA Junior lTotrcr Salatr. essary to end this caso hero, so far as Gnrnctt, on our side, had an opporucceaticn, the right to me and be tued In ltt cer ey Order or Draft, to avoid chance f loat Tho ' ' Cbautnuqun" Bnluto has uictlu relates to tho chargo of abduction of a tunity to become acquainted with the porate name tn have a common teal, tn make Addrcta 1IARPKR AROT1IKRS, New York namo for itself and has been universally contracts, to aiuirc property and trantfer time The Famous Specialist, slave. Tho gentleman who has just "best lawyers of Louisiana." at itardeatiueai at a private Individual Tho reader will not require me to ndopted at Endeavor conventions. It ootno into court la the owner and occubylawt and rule ar.d regulatkm for the of pant of tho plantation in Mississippi givo the details of this great legal con- variations, as arising and waving, oi covernrnent of a ltt memberi and thall potiett all To Visit Our City Professionally. 1XO-J- . body corpora e Ho can Cnd them in tho Missis as waving during tho singing of "lilcet the powert formerly occupied by tho deceased, test X The corpuiaiion thall hate tho rth la ) membert tbe prcteut men.br rt ol the Pierco Bostock. In a secrot drawer of sippi and Louisiana reports of tho time. bo tho tio thnt binds," mako it douAnJExccllent Chance for the Sick UHRPER'S H3GUZ1I1E. untarv attociaiicn, u So largo a public interest is rarely bly effectivo and interesting. whlih thit it tormrrf, an old bureau left In that house when without the piTiiient ef the mrinberthli ft, an it and Suffering. llltlHtfUtOcl. he returned to Louisiana; Mr. Dorion, excited in a civil cause. Sympathy was But a "combination" flower nnd tuccrcdt to all of the rioptrty ol largely in our favor, tho cxcoptlons hnndkerchief snluto mny not bo quite In tettlircliy wketnf, wttrett ttid attoctation only a few days sinco, found this paour tlpnatutet FREE CONSULTATION, day per. It purports to bo tho last will being of that class which could not as well known, although fully as pretty (hit aid S. of Noveml er, tSci) Ilarper't Majajlne for will maintain tie I. Krld. Abe Shank t bear tho thought that a woman born a and efFectivo. It was used by tho Juncharacter that hat made It im favorite llluitrated and testament of Pierce Hostock, exethe W M. lorei, 1) C lackman, Among lhe irtnllt of And datamation at hit Private Ptrlort at tha periodical far the home slavo should becomo tho owner of ono iors at tho New cuted by him December 0, 1653. It hcoit ltuckier, J M rr(tdir, Jersey fctato convention eoterprittt undertaken by tbe publithe a, there M. Wace W V. Atkina, frees and manumits the person de- of the finest plantations in tho state. a few weeks ago and ia commended to will appear during the year tutwtbly llluttraled l.ilhird riiher. Mi ni Sallir, Hut Corallo'a romantic story had won all India on tho scribed in it as 'my boloved daughter lohn Cork, Sr , Myers House, Stanford, Tuesday, papert on N;ant brbyr'.dinl Lord Weekt,Oermauy "rniih I miry, Juniors ns n Junior snlute. lapaneie .lln-- I'artont, on Wm D lardilT, Jr the ardent people of that section to Janet Caipetiter. Coralie, child of tho late Louise lir Poultney Illjelow, on Pant by Itlchard e Tho children btnml facing tho Jan. 30, till Wednesday Robert Green lie m, ) tic, Davit and on Mealco by Frederic lleminc-teand then proceeds to devise and her support and frequent proffers of W alkei Ju John lleln.. 'on with small bouquets in right noon. lamet Green. Hugh llakir bequeath to her all his estato, real and material htl'i in tho struggle were hand and handkerchiefs in left. The Among the other notable featuret of the year Krotn Tuet-lawill be novclt by George du Maurier and Chtrlet personal, wherever situated. He names mado to us. The generous friendship signals aro given by tiro piano nnd nro montlnc till Weilnetday noon. Dudlej Waraer, the pertonal rrminitctncei of of Mr. Dorion enabled us to thankfully his 'unworthy son, Conrad,' only to W D. HowelU and eight abort ttorici nf Returninf every four weekt durinc the year. n tho ordinary four chords of nny Key decline tnem. declare that ho has by his unfllial frontier life by Owen Winer. Short ttorict and tho octavo chord. Tho taluto is will alto be contributed by Hrander Matthewt, In tho last days of 1600 we were enhis long confirmed evil courses Richard Hardlnr Davit, Mary r Wilklnt. Ruth follows: forfeited all right to any part of the tirely successful. Courts and Juries as First Chord Flowers to lips. McKnery Sluart. Mitt Laurence Alma Tadcma, Oeorgt A. Illbbard. Quelay de lleaurep.lre, wcro with us. Possession was given testator's property more than ho ha-Thnmat Nelton Pace, and othart. Arliclet on Second Chord Flowers extended in BEST to my wlfo the day before Christmas of already received." OFFER EVER MADE tnpictot current Intcrett will be contributed by year; and such a holiday carnival right hand ns if kiss thrown, nud at the dittinKiifihed tpecialltta. "That instrument has never been that established," Conrad's lawyer Inter- as was given to our overjoyed and af- Bumo timo step forward on right foot. HARPKR'S PF.IIIODICALM. Third Chord Handkerchiefs waved fectionate "peoplo" upon tho occasion, rupted. Per Vear: briskly with left hand, flowers and po"I am aware of that; and it cannot I think tho whole state could not Ilarper't Magarine $4 oo Ilarper't Weekly "be, in this court But there is reason elsewhere bhow. Tho Dorion family sition saino as preceding. oo Harper'a Ilttar Fourth Chord Resumo erect posi... j to think that it can be legally estab- came down to enjoy tho festivities, Ilarper't Young Peeple..,. ., 1 00 lished in tho proper tribunal. Mr. Miss Celeste bringing Mr. Simon Har-ne- t tion, flowers and handkerchiefs nt side. 1'ottace 1' reo to all tuhtcrl Octavo Chord All seated. along, whom Hhe had given (as sho Dorion pronounces the signature of aaSafrSEaBVr'aaBkaafct Statet, Canada and Mealco. alamfiSrVaf Why not a nnivcrsnl "flower Bnluto" Pierce Hostock genuine. There nro expressed it) tho legal right to abuse arum Tho Volumet of the Magazine !rgin with the for tho Juniors? Tho flowers nt tho three witnesses, as tho law of Missis- her. Numbert ol June and December of each year. Conrad Hostock disappeared; where, close can bo distributed among tho Bick jHaMaSSLflaBPi sippi requires all of whom, strangely When no time la mentioned, tubicrlptlnni will beW gin with the Number currcent at the time of Ilia enough, are also dead, as Mr. Dorion it can only bo conjectured. Humors of or hospitals nnd thus servo a double receipt of order. Round Volt of Harper'a Magpurpose. Golden Rnlo. $-informs me. Hut ho pronounces all men shot in gambling affrays at BSalaaawBir azine for three yean hack, In neat cloth bindreached us in such a way that ing, will be tent by mail, poal.ptld, on receipt these signatures genuine, and he saya of $j per volume. Cloth latei, lor Dinding, 50 Chrlatlun Kndeut or Note. that numerous witnesses in that vicin- we supposed him to be among them; mall, ccntt et At n recent Maino convention it was but his fate, or whether he is3'et alive, ity will swear to them. Remittance! thould be made by Pott office Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of lott. "If this instrument is tho legal act are matters of the greatest uncer euggpsted, after Alifea Jones had told Addrett HARI'KR IIHOTHr.RS New Every club of Ten Yearly Subtho story of tho Floating Society of of tho lato Mr. Hostock, not only is tainty. 1 ork scribers will get ono share of 85,000. w&PtV raSHtvwMaaaaBIC Tho happiness of Coralie and I was Christian Endeavor, that Christian Coralie Honfaut named in it a free v rA.i I aaaaH should havo a tramp steamer, woman, but she is at this moment tho rudely broken by the storm of civil Every club of Fivo Yearly Subrightful owner of her father's immense war. To fow was tho situation moro manned by Christian EndcavorerB from scribers will get ono half a share of 1BO-1- . painful than to me. Of northern captain to messboy, and that this trnmp U5.000. estate. Dr Appleman, foriurrly of New York, now "Whether it will Btand in lav, or birth, attached to the union by habit steamer should go nbout from ship to locaiiu in i.niiittille. Ky.lt a graduate Tho number of shares is fixed by : llottital not, I have no authority to decide. and early education, all my interests, Bhip, carrying Chribtian Endeavor to tho number of clubs of ten that will of Hcllcvue mot I notableMedical College. Nw Vn,b HERFER'S City, the inttitulion of itt kind In Other courts must settle that question. my tics and associations were at the tho world's navies. He hat made a tpcctal ttudy of lhe Amcr.ca.. IlHiBtrutoil. bo received by us from And it would bo improper and absurd south. I did as others did. I "went Tho Methodist Endeavorers of Brisfor me to attempt to pass upon tho with my state." Heavily, indeed, was tol, Conn., aro taking up temperance Nov, 1, 1893, to March 31, 1894, iEYE - EAR Ilarper't Ilaiar It a journal for the home. It cnarge brougnt Here against Dorr Jew-c- tt the ruthless hand of war laid upon us. work in n very vigorous fashion. fullest and latetc inforuuticc slout And chronic Ihteatea in the great Ilellcvue and givet the and until this instrument hab been Hostilo parties met upon our lands, itt numerout llluttraliont, Paris On an offer of 81,500 last spring, Chanty Hntpitalt, Ni w York City, and the reAt Santeo Agency, Nob., is ono of the and pattctti thecl tupplement are indltpen-aabl- c legally examined and pronounced upon. buildings were destroyed, crops finest and most useful Indinn schools running thrco months, ending Juno fill t of thU etpenence aro nany phenommal alike U the home and the mod tie. No eapente it spared to make "I have examined it and considered trampled down, stock driven off. of tho wholo country. This Echool, sup- 30, 1893, for clubs of five, each club curct all over the State. Ho tucccttfiilly treats its artistic attractivinesa of tho highett order it far enough to see that a very htrong Those years were years of desolation ported by tho American Mlhsionary so- agent received 84.53 in cash besides Acute and Chionic Catarrh, lis bright ttnri.w, amusing comediea, and thought-lul- e case can be made for its legality, with and terror. says satily all u.tct. and its last pae it faciety, has frequently bcon helped by his commissions. uiji; iiuo vcvv dpafnet-- , ilicar of the eye, ear, mous at a midget of wit and humor. In lit weekItliiglni; In Kurt, And all this, thank God, has passed all that would result from it. The ly Ittues everything is included which is of InlerJ hi. .u. lutigt, ttninjcli, liver, kidney, ur nary generous gifts from tho Christian En- a month for three months. chargo that is here made is premature, away. Peace smiles again; sectional (or 894 will lilaurior. iiervoiu priiran dubctet, dytpeptla, est to women 1 he writ Wo now ofrer 81,000 a month for ciiiittlpation, 'hi'iunatiMii. parai)ttt, enlleiity or ten by William JllackSerials Walter Ileaint.bo Short and to say the least; nor do I think that, in hate and passion are disappearing; tho deavor societies. lilt llrmnrrwda pili. cured lll.nul kiill if No stories will Im written by Mary K Wllklns, Maria Rov. W. P. McCauley, president of fivo months, or a total of any event, tho defendant has been union is supreme, and the old flag is I.OIlitc I'ctd. Kllltl .Me hn.rv Ml,,.., M...I,' tt pain u. d no d tt ntion from wcrk and, and others guilty of anything more than a tech- venerated at tho south. Slavery has tho Ohio union, will this year deliver a Spoils and courpo of lectures on tho Christian EnUames, Social Kntertainment, Embroidery, and nical violation of tho statute. Ho is perished, with all in it that was good, Young- nd Middlo Aged Men other lnteristinglopica will receive constant atand all that was bad. As I look upon deavor movement at tho Lano Theologdischarged; also tho lady." tention. A new turicaij promited of "Colleo and besides tho regular commissions, and from tiersiatorthra and Impnt ncy at Repartee- mffirlne The judge smiled graciously upon us. tho new order of things, much that I ical seminnry at Cincinnati. will the aetiilt ot te - bote in oulhnr cacett maHARPER'S PERIODIDALS. Mr. Garnett capered about the bar, and havo written seems liko a dream. "Christian Endeavor church, No. 2," ture vmn nnd other cmi-producing toiauol tho Per Year. following elfeclt tuch nt emitt ut, blotchct, deMr. Dorion renewed his greetings, Here is our happy home, under tho built by Reformed Endeavorers and Guarantee 40 percent. Gross Profit. bility i crviiun, diziit cat, confution of ideal. IIrptr'a Magarine,, .....S4 00 mingled with congratulations. Tho florid sun, upon tho teeming soil of Eitiintcd at Wakonda, S. D., has just mv ra on to Weekly,.., and teaual .... 4 00 A full club of fivo or ten must cxhaiittiou kchiv, uiidU the n.eiimiy for butine-- Harper's Ilaiar Harper'a popular anger had now turned upon southern Louisiana. Yet I lovo to tell formed n Christian Endeavor society. which victim 400 or narrtage, ae perm tly cured by reme diet Ilarper't Young People a Oo como nt ono timo in order to share in not tnjuri ut Conrad Hostock, and ho and his friends my children of tho glory of our whole Tho duties of tho treasurer do not Potlago Fret, to all suhteribers In the UultcU by a rear door, to escape be- vast land. I lovo to take them up to withdrew this oiler. Slates, Canada and Mexico. ing Iiustlo I. The tlkle multitude pro- rocky New Hampshire, to show them end with receiving nnd paying out monAgents may send as many clubs as ey, but ho should bo ablo to devise somo posed to "i- ro t fi'imphant riilV or where their father lived and dreamed they can raiso within timo specified (Hood good plan of raising money. Tho volumet ol the Ilarar legln with the firs In his youth, and to make them act Syphili, Scrofula, Stricture Gleet, etc., Number for January ol each year. When no time Said a speaker at tho Portland Chris- and can havo papers sent to any quainted with tho rugged character is mentioned, tubicripticn will begin with the cu.ed by never tailing remedies aucn at I.eucnrrliea, pultllul Number current at the time ot receipt of order. and simple virtues of the peoplo nmoug tian Endeavor convention, "Wo need address. inacasrsoi Hound Volumes ol Harper'a Uaiar for thrto Tho WEEKLY ENQUIRER is Vleiittrualion wixuen, Displacement of Womb, bearing society, t'lso whom he was reared. I teach them nt tho pledge in tho Junior years back, m neat clo'h bindlug, will be sent by luwn paint in back, telievcd In ihort time. When Ilaby was sick, wo gavo her Costorl. I he Doctor carries ull nla portable Inttrumentt mail, pottage paid or by express, free of least tho spirit of tho Now England our work for tho children will all ravel tho Largest, Best, Clean, Moral, Eleexpento freight does not exceed one dollar When Rho was a Child, she cried for CistorU. out, and wo cannot catch up tho vating Dollar Newspaper for a family and comet oreptred lo examine the mott obtcure per poet's noble verse! volume), for J; 00 pe. volume. medical and t.irgical canet favonto now printed in tho United Btitches." "Tho pine uum whisper to the palm, When sho became Miss, sho clung to Castor!. Cloth Cast for each volume, suitable for bindHe uiiderlaket no incurable dneaiet butcnr Tho north wind break the tropic calm, ing, will be sent by mail, hiilidritlt given up to die. on receipt of Tho Kirksville presbytery of Missou- States. Samplo copies free. When hhe liad Children, sho g? ve them Castorla. $1 00 each. And with tho dreamy languor of the tine Corrtapoudence toliclted Addrett f. Remittance thould be made by The north's keen virtue blend, ad strength to ri, a division of tho Cumberland PresMon-e- y S. APPLEMAN, M. D. J. ENQUIRER COMPANY, Order or Brail, to avoid chance of iota. byterian church, has recently organized bounty Join." Louitville, Ky, Addrett: HARPER & HROTHEP.S. New Write for Health Journal, free. liino new Christian Endeavor societies. CINCINNATI, O. the ejjd. atopic IN DIXIE'S LAND jju. fitib. thetr shoulders, and it was with some dlfiloultythat I escaped theirattentions. We sadly needed rest, quiet and the company of friends after the tremendous excitement of the last few days; and these we found at the hotel with Mr. Dorion and his eldest daughter. CHRISTIAN ENiEAVOR. THE WEEKLY Farmers Rank&Trnst Co POfiTKfi. 0r Y COURIEK-IOURNA- L 4V3 loXlTXR Y STABLE iCREENProp. n Wccklv FlIt3T-OLA8- mwmw, 11 Jo-ep- h THE ADVOCATE 1 FIRST to-o- il (Jlro-patr- a S200.000 21,300 lt-iU-- J. UMPER'S WEEUY Im-lorta- nt Ut-so- FW&$J r n ll.ul-Ce- co-o- p, 1 covtto-incu- ilrt j. ! . tir cotpor-itKi- '&&' eUx-te- 4 4 eir-iutit-e bj-la- ," I 2-- 1, OR.J.S.ftPPLEMlK A-- loe-lablit- li 1 Hou-fan- t,' nndi-enc- e, L liar-lin- n. y Wet-ter- con-ducta- s $5,000 Cash Given Away Br 4 4 jSflBkJ 1 CINCINNATI Mat-araor- Weekly Epiier. y'-i5'- - -liv pott-pai- d. A-- ih)l ly BSMR nose, throat, de-tlg- drctt-mak- . , $5,000 for five months. Out-do- - f- I ilel-tiiv- c a 1UO1 - and Skin Diseases. post-pai- d, Poit-offic- e I I t ' twattttstsj & iHmimrmmtttmf " ? HlJ-ivU- J y. - ,i, T xtr" -- 5 ..,y.ii.Mltt'llMi"Viy)1' i ..I follllt W! M- j- W 1 i-- J! Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal KY., uANHAHY 12, 1894 Ualanck of holiday Btock closed out at reduced prices. Dunks, tho Joweler. m XTnmldit 4i.&u..ji . , Circuit Court will begin at Danvillo ns ho said, to bo sent to tho penitentiary ' Tt la nlnA itnitnllf ntnrl .In,. it inniniinii i, vj i.iuit. nay. aid thon to tho mines, so that ho could I W. U. McKlNNEY. -- J. W. Hocker. New Firm of- m tfTANFOIlD, E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEANS BUSINESS. Huy your Bchool bookn nml school supplies ol all kinds nt A. It. Funny's. Watciikh, clocks nnd jowolry nnd wurrnntcil. Kngravini( n specialty, at A. H. l't'iiny's. " TnKlnrp'HtHtock of Drue, MwHclrien, Perfumery, Paints nnd Wivll Paper nt A. R. I'unny'e. I'rcHcriptlotm a epecinl- ty. PERSONAL POINTS. Mamc HauiiI.v Is visiting ldHpnrentH nt Montlcello. Attokkky U. 15. Sto.nk, of Liberty, wan here this week. Mu. 1. M. McUoiiRitra is out Rin after nuvvrnl dnya illnePH. W. II. Wkakkn vinited liin mother nt Lexington this week. Miw. I. M. liKrric rnturnutl from n vis-i- t to LouiHvilln yeaU'rilny. Mu. and Mum. K. Conn nro both con lined to their homo with tho jrrip. II. H. Danks, tho lniRtlinK jowelerf Hindu n buelnees trip to Iliuhinoud Wed-mmlu- The regular settling tlmo Is at hand Boarders, by tho day or weok. Mrs. J. M. Benzley, Kist Main and I Benccrely hope my customers will not delay in settling with me. I need street. money and trust that this hint will be A kew choice goods left over will go at Hufilccnt to make you comb and pay reduced prices. To secure a bargain, go mo. II. O. Ruploy. to Dunks, tho Joweler. A every little rain tho Btreet crossDaiioains in jewelry. Holiday stock ingsiter in town become almost Impassable, must go to innko room for now goods for tiniest you hnvo on rubbor boots anil '1)1 Dnnks, thu Jeweler. you havo not if you nro of tho other Hex. Foil Hknt. Residence on Main street, Can't tho city council make tho chain recently occupied by Mrs. Bettlo McKin- - gang earn its bread by scraping oil' the ney. Call on Mrs. Mary Matheney. mud? Foil the half year 10 wero paid out Tiik weather hns continued ploasan', for pro turn, judges in this district and climaxing Wednesday in a perfect day. $86 (or pro tern. ComonwiMlth'sattorueys. Thero was a shower at night and tho air wns getting considerably colder yester Both of tho banks hero tho day, in preparation lor a fair nnd cold old directories, whoso names appenr day, which tho signal service promis(s with the regulan advertisements of Uiobo us for Friday. Institutions. Dii. .Stkki.k Bailey gives notice thnt Tiik Metropolitan Bank, of Kansas the Central Kentucky Medical Associa City, jumps its dividend again, tho section will niHut in Danville on Thursday, ond time, and its stockholders hero are tho IStli, at 10.30 a.m. He will by apgrowing weary. pointment open thu diseusMon on pneuFoil next to Hev. W. monia, its pathology and treatment, and I. Kllis and tho old Helm house and fi Dr. J. G. Carpenter that ou obstretrics sores of land for cultivation. Harvey and gynecology. Helm. Apply to Miller Sowder. Rkcoonizino tho value of tho Wantkd. m m m evangelize among the miners. Contrary to expectations and tho wishes of everybody, Rev. II. C. Morrison brought his meeting, which bnH held over a month, to a close yesterday, so fnr ns he is concerned nnd left for other fields, ilm work hero has been a wonderful one. Ho lifcs htirred up tho to.Mi as it has not been before in our riccollcctioii and he hai brought many a baidcned sinner to the foot of thu crosi. Tho visible are 00 professions of religion and 30 additions to thu churches of town, 25 to tho Methodist. Tho results cannot bo estimated. The Wc membership has been brought closer to Christ nnd all who have heard the elo sec us quent pleadings of tho preacher for his Mnster have been benefited. Tho meet Ing will bo continued tillSunday at least, by Rev. L. L. Pickett, of Columbia, S. O. To Baptist Preachers The Baptist churches of Double Springs at Waynesburg, Pleasant Poii.t, Olive nnd Eubanks desiro to jointly omploy a preacher, who will move into their bounds and preach for them. Correspondence with preachers desired. Address J. M. Johnson, Kingsville, or E. B. Caldwell, Jr., Waynesburg. - McKlNNEY & HOCKER, (Successors to McKinncy Bros.) Tin-Queen- Dealers In Groceries, Hardware, Woodenware, &c. : s- 1TEW GOODS : AITD : NEW : PRICES I xl solicit your patronage and guarantee satisfaction. Come and at the old stand. Very Truly, McKinney & Hocker. f DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. Drug-Stor- e J1 The Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your iu:ST-Cott- ago Drugs, School Supplies, School Nooks, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. t ,, i i 1 V said that Mrs. Catberino Black-erba notice of whoso datli appears Miih. V. It. McRoiiKiiTH 1h down with elsewhere in this paper, had partaken of the crip. Her two little dntiRhterB are no food for US days, despite all elforts to nlso niok. make her, and literally died of starvaT. J. Hatciikh Is sick In bed but hu tion. pnyn be will hooii bu out to linatlo nmoiiK Ouu foot bal' team Thomas C. Yeager, the boyrt for jkIIit. Mil. Wkoihik II. Hiiuck, the drummer, captain, will play a game with the wRHMith the merchnulH and his mnny Hedgeville Kits veil at tho water works at II r. On tho following !., Saturdny. friends hero Tuesday. Is convnlescinn from Monday they will play tho Danville M. S. n seven) npell of the grip. In four dnya team here. he lost 10 pounds of nvulrdiiHin. Camiidatks wiil now have to put up Miss Katk Cook, sho hsw b"en visit-In- or shut up, as no name goeH on the bal relatives here, left Wednedny to vis lot till ?12 to ?15 is paid tho committee. It Miiw Marin Cook, nt IjwichhUt. No candidate can be elected either who Miw. Katk Mays left Wwlntwlay for has not Kild for his announcement in n leucthy vl1t to her dnuirhter, Mrs. J. tho paper. x W. McCurdy,nt Independence, Mo. In tho excitement of the occasion, J. M ns. O. 0. Watkiib, Mrs. Joe F. Waters, and Itoburt Hnrdint; went W. Carrier told our reporter that he had Knte Walton to Danville yesterday to visit relatives. no insurance on his furniture, hut it has been found that ho has 1500 in tho LonMim IUttik Hahkis, Mrs. Annie don, Liverpool A: Globe, taken out tho and Mrs. S. 1. Ktnj.'K succeeded in mining quite n puree for Mr. Morrison day before tho lire. yestordny. Tin: court of appeals has atlirmed the Mia S. K. Lackky, who hss been death sentence ol Robert Marler, the Boll with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Uckey during county desperado, who fired into a train their illness, returned to C5allatin,Tetin., and killed a woman, and it now only reyrsterday, mains for the governor to Wx. tho day for Miut. K. F. North and little dnHghter, tho breaking of his neck. Kdnn, left Wednesday forlVnsacoln, Fla, Tiik $2,000 insurance held by Mr. Sid to join her husband who in dispatching Myers in tho Knights of Honor was re at that plnce. Miih J. Matt I'mixim fell down the ceived by Reporter A. A. Warren, yes steps at her yard gatu as sho started to terday and paid over to Mrs. Maria Conchurch Tuesday night nnd was badly ner for whoso benefit it wa9 taken. Mr. Myers had only paid $175 in assessments. bruised tip about the face. Hays and wife left yesterday Mu. J. C. The auditor's report shows that there for San Antonio, Texas, where Mr. Hays aro IS pauper idiots in the four counties goes for tho benefit of his health. Tnoy of'Judge Saufiey's district, over half of will be aWnt several mouths. whom nro credited to Lincoln county. Thomas V Huohkh returned to his Rockcastle has 111, Wayne, 28, Whitley, Magnesia Spring at Hot Springs, Ark, 33, Pulaski 30, and Casey, 20. Ballard Tuesday. W. O. Withers accompanied and Oldham counties do not report a him and will go In business there. single one. Mipskh Eur a ii ktii Simitos and Carrlo Ito West, two of (Jerrard's beauties, Rats had so thoroughly undermined were very highly entertained Friday tho foundation of the rear part of Mr. W. , evening by their hostess, Mrs. West, of H. Higgins' which ho is re piirlng, that as soon ns tho supports Richmond. Mipflwi Floiiesck and Cynthia Beck wero re moved, down camo a portion of returned from Joeiwinino Wednesday, tho wall. Thero wero a number of workwhere they hnd been visiting Mim Liz men around hut fortunately sufficient xie Hobinson, who gavo an elegant warning wan given them to get out ol the wny. Mr. E. W. Smith hns been enentertainment in their honor. Mil. J. C. McK.KE.one. of tho cleverest gaged to seo to the mnaonry nnd will citizens of London, camo down yester- warrant thero will be no tumbling down day to hear Itev. II. 0. Morrison. Ho when he gels through with it. was greatly disappointed to find tho Firk at Rowland. At n few minutes good brother leaving on tho train ho past 4 o'clock Wednesday morning firo came on. was discovered in tho upstairs of the At tho dental meeting held at Ann Tom Short house in Rowland, occupied Harbor, Michigan, our former townsby the Ten Brothers and before it could man. Dr. J. W. Dawson, now of Cleve bo extinguished that, with tho houso bo land, Ohio, wns greatly complimented on pnrtlcular on longing to Mr. Isaac Hamilton and occuhis work in general nnd pied by his son Waverly, and the Ferrlll bridge work. In fact Dr. Taft in a speech property, used by J. W. Carrier as a hobefore the meeting stated that ho contel and bar room wero in ashes. Tho bridge-worksidered Dr. Dawson, tho finest firo had reached considerable headway in tho U. S. when discovered and but few things in tho Ton Brothers house wore saved. Mr. CITY AND VICINITY. Short kept a room in this building and Panics, the people's Jeweler. his trunk containing clothes nnd about $100 in caeh were consumed, ns was his cottngo for rent. J. S, A nick furniture. Waverly Hamilton had some HuBhfB. time to remove his goods and chattels Heatino stoves at cost at W. II. Wear-e- nnd his loss wns only on a few carpets. A Co.'s. J. W. Carrier who had just moved Into Yotm account is ready for you. Call tho Ferrlll proporty on Jan. 1st lost most of his furniture and some whisky. Ho and Bettlu. McKInnny Bros. thinks his loss is fully $700 besides tho Skk! If you don't Beo got a pair of time and trouble it will.tnke to get quargold spec's at Danka the Jeweler's. Hu thinks ho ters In which to open. will move down to Needmore. Mr. Dhink "l'adung Java" collee; some- - Isaac Hamilton hnd $000 on his building thing now. McKlnnoy & Hocker. which is tho only insurnnco policy that Yohh account will bo readj January was hold. It is in the Hartford which is represented by Messrs. Geo. D. and let. Call anil eettle. A. It. Penny. Jesse Wenren. Mrs. Ferrill's policy ox Youn account is copied nnd do not do- - plred in August last and sho did not lay pnying it. W. H. Wenren & Co. nnd consequently her lorn Is total. I Tli6ro aro different opinions ns how the Hkmkmiikr that M. F. Klkin payB tho fire originated. Somo think it was the highest cash prico for hides and all kinds work of an incendiary, others believo it of fur. caught from a lamp, hut tho majority Fou Kent: My houso on upper Main. aro of thoopinion that it is the effects Apply to Reuben of a defective fine. The Mrs. Kato Hoys. bell rang and what members of the lire Williams. company that were awakened were up Money to loau on blue grass farmB at and ready with the apparatus bat Chief 0 per cent. J. W. Hennlngs Sons, Room Mack Bruce thought It unneseary to 10 Kenyon B'ldg, Louisville. take it, as there are no fire plugs in Rowi i for "Mrs; F. Streu-ber- land. Several of the boys went anyway There is a pockago Stanford, Ky" at Mr. Peter Straub'a aad did what they could to help the dis- !! and ornf. i Jtreaeed citizens of oar suburban town. ill o HUICUBHO WIU JHUWJ v.. y, Hai-uiima- It ii Journal B. G. Gover bought of Mrs. Hettio ns an advertising medium, thu Peters her improved farm of 10 acres on Danvillo Allocate calls attention to its HnngrnM Fork for $I,500ca8h. many features on our sixth page. The Jack Newton, of Cadiz, this State, a t and most Advocate is one of tho studont at Bethol College, Ruesollville, progressive papers in tho State nnd do- Ix-n- Interior The Best Goods For The Least Money- Call and sec us. 3DR. srves tho large patronage that marked its ellorts. k' committed suicide by taking an over ever dose of morphine. He left a note for tho Evening Call to publish telling how Gov McCrkary has introduced bills ho took his lifo and which wound up by to pay Jumes M. Clowers, Madison coun- saying that no cause is assigned (or the Mrs. Virginia F. King, execu- rash act. ty, hi sime"n II. King, Lincoln comity, trix $1,500: Lnrkin II. Pennv, Anderson Items of Interest from all over the State. county, $1,200; II. H. Scott, Jessamii o My teen tielplet w.th for county, ?,3O0; James M. .Martin, Lin- cteralwife hailand confined to ih.nimatlsm le week her Led. In than onn week (ter tuln the ItloclropoHc the county, $1,000, nil for property coln nble to be out and go to c urch. or stores supplied during the wat J H. Ocnil(0to, Ky Since ulncthc F.lcctrnpolte I feet at war. ao ha-- i S. C. HOCKEE, The Druggist. $'; NllJiW ed Haj-es- , Seasonable Goods VVc yeanjouBKer. 1 U W Klinl, bkylisht, Ky. lct m bclicva the Klectropoiin lo be the crMtrtt in. Killi.no. Ed. Welch was lodged in ventioft of the ag.-- . Mm Alattia McNary. jail here Tuesdity, chareed with killing Greenville, Ky hai given saiiitacti John Ohadwell at Crab Orchard. Sever- in The Klectropohe neuralgia tb perfect rhmimamm,n both one other al years ngo Welch married Georgio and the remits have been perfectly wonderlul. Richard J Whelaii, lUrciitown, Ky. Butcher. They did not live harmoniThanki to the Klectrutiotte lor what it hai dot c ously together, but separated and made for me and ray family. It ha cured indigestl'-liver almost Immedi-atup periodically. Last Fall they separa- and relief troublei, lideti giving W. V. Willctt e for toothache. Carlisle, Ky. ted again and the woman went to I in my family John Chadwell nlso left about my haveuted the Electropoiie dtwn to thf brm mctliei-l- n law 7 ear oM by one year old the same time, and a fow weeks ngo they Several of mywith the happiett refulU in allcs'. neighbors nave them ami are well returned, claiming to havo been mar- pleated Everybody thouM have one V. M dllahan, Verona, Ky. ried. Monday evening tho two went to To me the work ol the Klecfropoite It a mysteCrab Orchard and upon seeing them ryalmost a nvracle. Rev. J. I. Kodgers, Danville, Ky. Welsh's jealousy arose to fever heat. Ho The Electrcpoiso hat cti'ed me of aithma and I Vocutn, Taytomiile, Ky. secured n gun, loaded it with buckshot kidney trouble. I am wonderfully pleated with the Electropolso and laid for tho destroyer of his happind waiild not be without It lor any consideration. ness. Late in tho evening bis chance It bat done a world of good lor mo already. Mrs, Jonathan neld. Knob Lick, Ky. camo and bo emptied tho load into Moner could not buy the Klectropoise from m. Chad well's breant, who it is said was not It ta given my wife wonderlul relief from rheu" C. W. Wright, armed or expecting trouble. The victim matisiu. the Electropolseat Campbells ille, Ky. I regard the wonder of the ceased to breathe in a few moments and 19th century My wife, though not yet well, Is for 15 having has has Welsh gave himself up, saying "I have better than the sulferer been confinedyears, her bed been a constant to and with little prospects of evtrbeing out but is now aud have got up aud about. II II. Woodward, nardyville, Ky been laying for the him ntlast." Tho republican party loci s two votes by tho killing, one for good NEW AUVEttTISKMENTri. and all and tho other for a long time, if not forever. Botli are negroes. ., will open to-da- y Mid-dlesbor- 50 Pieces Choice Spring Ginghams, -- Also- SHIRTING PRINTS PENANGS And Percals. Just received 12 dozen Ladies' Button Kid Shoes in three styles and at $2 are the best values ever sold in this market. SEVERANCE & SON. THK COMMERCIAL 1ILOCK store-room- is enjoying a sensation and this is tho way it came about. Two young society men, whom wo shall call for convenience, perhaps, Ned and Billie, loved the same girl, a Dayton, O., beauty, who wns on n visit to her sister in Little Danville Two doors above Post Olfice. .Vlwsys on hand Britain. er n former had an engagement to call and CONDITION OK THE Billie'a desire to seo how things wero going on got nway with his judgment, FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. and he resorted to the reprehensible act AT STANFORD, of a Paul Pry and an eavesdropper. In At the close of business Dec. 30, 1893. securing an eligible position where ho could better observe tho possible billing RESOURCES. nnd cooing, he made a noise, which at- Loans and Discounts .$301,761 16 tracted tho attention of the lady of Other Stocks 730 00 tho bouse and sho rushed to .Ned to Overdrafts 7,957 tS her from burglars. Being some- Hanking house, furniture and fixtures... 6,300 00 Uue from other Hanks 30,62613 what of an athlete and desiring to luh 3i93 9 his courage, he rushed out and seizSJ6S.3I9 36 ing tho supposed burglar, beat him withLIABILITIES. in an inch of his lifo. At first, it is $100,000 00 thought that ho did not know whom ho Capital stock paid in, in cash , Surplus 2l,ouo 00 was beating, but after his discovery it is Deposits subject to check, (on which known that ho gave him a further drubInterest Is not paid) M.3?3 61 bing for thu act. Billio had to bo taken Due to Hanks 4,914 $7 5 8S home on n shutter nnd at last accounts Undivided profits wns still in bed wrapped in lint and ar$366,319 36 GROSS EARNINGS nica. Both young men have frequently attended hops hero and aro well known, Last six months .$11,033 34 Distributed: but for goodness sake don't ask us their To current expenses $MS 4 surnames. Wo aro sworn to secrecy. To fund to pay tax die-play on her affections nnd Billie felt the green eiamine before buying MAKV eyed monster rankle in his breast. The Mrs. Kate Uuddtrar, DAVIS DUDDERAR. Manager. Stanford, Ky. The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? Can b Ned seemed to have the call lowest had in the market. a Prices lowrr thn the Mourning gcods specialty. Call and Our New Sheet. Just turned over for the new year. We shall make it memorable to the trade all over the country. We have many goods we will not carry if it costs a great sacrifice to dispose of them. LOOK at Our CLOAKS. Misses short cloaks reduced from $$ to $1.50. These must go. Miss-es- s long cloaks reduced from $7 and $S to $4 and $5. Ladies' finest black beaver cloaks reduced from S18 and S20 to $12, and so on vith every cloak in the house. We will not give you prices on overcoats because you can almost make your own price. One line of dress goods reduced from 50c to 35c and the best goods offered in any Our black dress goods are always up to standard and cheapmarket er than can be had elsewhere. Our CHURCH AFFAIRS. To Div. No. 7, 3 per cent Doubtful debts 714 93 6,000 00 1,363 00 $11,055 34 ro-ne- w holds out to J. n.OWSLEV, Cashier. burn, the vilest sinner may return. Mrs. Sworn to before me by J, 11. Owsley, this Jan Mary Phillips, at Louisville, who says W. M. I1RIGHT, N. P L. C. 10, 1S91. she is 100 years old, has just quit tho service of tho devil and joined the church, The meeting ot tho Christian Endeavor will bo especially attractive Sunday afternoon. Miss Mario Warren, of Dinvillo, will sing a solo "Flee as a Who aro for tho first tlmo to Bird," Mies Holmes will sing "Cousiuer undergo woman's severest trial the Lilies," and Miss Lucy Johns will we offer also possibly favor the meeting with a As long ns the lamp Must be reduced. Come and see our Si. 50 boot for men. In this lot is some kip boots worth S2.50. We have some men's shoes in odd lots, you can make your own price on beginning at 75c and running up to a $4 shoe. Ladies' fine shoes both in front lace and button on C. D. & E & E. E. lasts at prices to which none will object. Laches' wool union suits reduced from $2. 50 to Si. 50. Misses union suits reduced to 50c, former price 75c. Gents' wool over shirts at prime cost. We invite all who desire to save money in the new year to come and see us. Boot and Shoe Stock VoungWives HUGHES & TATE. FARRIS & HARDIN, Dealers in I T eolo. court-hous- e t, ... .u.u Eld. Sweeney's discourse on the Midway Plaisanco was principally dePerhaps voted to the dancing thero. tho reverend gentleman went into the Persian Thrntre nnd saw the disgustiug wigglo of tho women who danced with their bodiea from their waiBt to their hips. The Rev. E. H. Beardsley, a Methodist evangelist in Alabama, is another specimen of the genius crank that this Ho broke the comage is developing mand, "Thou saalt not stoal," in order,' "Mothers Friend" A remedy which, If used ns directed a few weeks before confinement, robs it of its Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, PAIN, HORROR AND RISK TO LIFE of both mother and child, as thousands who havo used it testify. "I used two bottles of Mothers Friend with SiTid .. 1,.l villrnKirnnftnntfntcf A mother and child." and insure aftiy to lift Mrs. Sam Hamilton, Montcomery isty, uo. .prerold, on receipt of SoldbyaU druggists. Book pil:lioprboni8 charm To Mothers malVsd f reek ISnisriELD JUgulatoe. Co., Atlanta, Ga. y ua wua marvo oua resuiw,the ordeal of ehiH r,'i'?1 to to pass through ."Zlii .il nix Un-riiE- f t mendi for a few ujfering. ain Queensware, Glassware, Harness, &c. r rT- V. ,.-- ' Plows, VZagons,Hairtis Call and Examine their Stock: A-- i IX&A&, di piti : b'lJib ii MiHMsMfisiafciiBi , 2 The Danville Advocate, 3 Times a Week, $2.00. thee, dark Wo miss thee every where. Semi-WeekI To the Editor Interior J6nrnal.) SURGKON DKNTIST. At the old stand ol J. II. Green, in Pinkville, Jan. 10. Your paper up We miss thy coming footsteps, ' OfBcoover McKoberts Drug Store in tho ne Mn wm Is 1 AUUIUU 1UW, HiiBtonvlllo, - - Kontucky, Wo mies thee everywhere, hero in th 'mountain mummery" as 1 Owsley Iluildlng Published Evory Tuoaday and Friday have named tliis mountain-environeHome is not the homo Stanford. Would be clad to sea his numerous Iriends and AT show them his stock of good consisting ol FurniSinro dear mother is not there. B. ture. Saddlery, Hardware, lluggletand Farming 2 PICK. YiCA.lt IX ADYANCU! city looks like a familiar face from dear Implements. Give hun a call, old Lincoln. Weep not that her trials aro o'er, Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of When not to paid S2.60 will be charged." the Democracy Weep not that her race is run, is still going on with n heavy Court rest ar calmly docket. The mills of the gods prind God grant wo may like hers is done. DH. W. B. When our work V. W. HAYS, : slowly, so do our circuit courts, but now K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. grape Full stocks ol fruit ami ornamental trees, Is a candidate lor ailer, subject to the action ot vines, asparaiis, small Irulti, nhriibs, and every, and then a freo pass to Frankfort, is Till then wo yeild with gladness the Ucmociacy. Our mother to Him to keep, thing usually found in a nursery establishment. Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning thrown from the- wheel of fortune to Office South We direct to the plainer and have n agents. vacated by Dr. bide Main St., In office recently at 5:10 p. m. And rejoice in the sweet assurances Y. lluflman, Stanford, Ky. Catalogue on application some luckless or lucky wight, who for Ho giveth His beloved ones sleep II F. IIILLKNMKVUK, L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. years by his lawless acts had been investLesmglon, Ky. Nannik. TIIK OLD . If a 37 P ing in this kind of lottery tickets. Mail train going North 113pm South " " A man sets his heart on going to Frankfort ... S P" Express train " South r.. Falls Branch Jcllico Goal 0u Korth 3jata and will keep trying ho will get into one and "used up" feeling is tho first warnSAM II WARNACK.Pror. - ....936 am Lscal Freight North its work. liver 07pm house or the other sooner or later. Miners and shippers of the GKNU1NK It ing that your torpid isn't doingtho impure South- -. liver and And, with a also carry passengers. The litter train London, - - KENTUCKY. takes about as much whisky to get into blood that follows it, you're an eany prey The above Is calculated on standard time. Solar one as the other, but that is the surest to all sorts of ailmentB. That is tho time Kentlcd and refurnished and in every w s ln is about so minutes latter. Try it. We are the scle agents lor .Stanford Jand pared to attend the wanla of the Public A to take Dr. Pierce's Goldon Medical Disroad to travel if a man will go there. very reasonable Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rail js 6m QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. for two years, covery. As an appetizing, restorative road crossing. young man was sent 6 IIIGGINS A WATTS. tonic, to repel disease and build up the North trams pass Junction City as fo- who said seven years ago ho was going, Going flesh and utrength, there's nothneeded Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Vesllows. tibule Limited 3 p. in. Local ta 53 p. m Florida now he is gone, lie broke into a gro- ing to equal it. It rouses every organ Limited a 45 a in Two into healthful action, purifies and en and took a pint of whisky. Sonth N. O Vcslibule 11 5 P. ". Florida cery Having secured the services ol .Miss Millie Alriches tho blood, braces up tho, whole s years and hard labor for a pint of whisLimited it p m Local si p. iu len from Cincinnati as trimmer for this acaain, I system, and restores health and vigorVestibule arrivas S 40 p. m. JF.l.LICO, TEN'NKSSHF, curdlilly invite the ladles to Inspect a carefully My young friends take warning! Of ky ituck ol Millincrr at prices to suit the For every dibeaso by a disordered liver 1 he ladles arc all who sold liberty for slavery, life for or impure blood, it is the only guaran , Mrs. J. B.j Montgomery, Prop. tlim- Stamped Linen invited to w my nice, new llneol ind hmlirotdery Material death, eternity for time, none bargained teed remedy. If it iloean't uenetit or MISSLICCIL lir.AZI.hV, can have your Stanford, Ky on so easy terms vhiii ueaui, as mis cure, in everv case, you The best hetrl In tr etty and the only one with money back. lispecia a sample roMH for drumuiora young man. Kales i. to the traveling public j THF P.O. MILLINERY. $500 is ottered, bv tho proprietors of I am lost in astonishment at the minerDr. Sage's CHtarrh Hemedy, for an incur-ablVast fields al resources of Kentucky. case of Catarrh. Their remedy per of coal, of iron, and thousands of equare fectly and permanently cures tho worat HAMPTON, I at the room aud see the miles of forests stretching for hundreds cases. Is a candidatetfor jailer, subject to the action ot and Bost Soloctod the democracy. of miles in an almost unbroken wilderAt our Fruit Farms and Nurseries one mile West Qucklln's ArnlcnSalve. Stock of Kicgsvlllr, Lincoln county. We have as fine a ness, whero bears, panthers, wolves, aro bruises The best sslve In the world lor cuts, -siock of Fruit Trees as any man ever handle!, Or Millinery in town The'goods and tetter, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever I like ped hands, chilblains, corns sores,ail sklr chapprices are still found and deer still roam. transplanting nto orchard and garden bound 10 please you. ready lor erup and SAM M. OWENS, sW. MMtAtffa9 Peahea will this Kail Orchards of Apples-an10 these noble mountaineers, so kind, so tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requirMRS. P T COURTS io prr be assorted to suit It is giv. perfect satisfaction Is a candidate lor SherlfT of Lincoln county, sub- 1 he trees aic nke, customers at the best hundred Everythe varieties hospitable to strangers, and yet at times ed. money guaranteed to Price S cents per bo. ject to the action ol the democratic primary. Msolofely refunded. or thing lieedrd to make home attract in and the deadly feuds so destructive to w0r sale by A. R. Penny. Stanlord. Ky. in their children happy will be foutvd here lor circulars address J. A. MlKKE h CO., . themselves. I never see people wild, Soo tho World's Fair for 15 Conts Klngsville, Ky 64 Upon receipt of your addiess and 15 cents in Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subA cream of tarter baking pow- whooping, yelling drunk hero like I McKINNKY, KV. rpo thorn at Crab Orchard. I am postage stamps we will mall ou our Souvenir ject to the action of the democratic primary. der. Higest of all in leavening Portfolio of the World's Columbian Exposition S.A-XjIHar- The regular price is 50c, but as we want jou to strength. I have bought shore meotonedHolel at "Latest United States perlectly safe here and shall go to ou will have oniwo make the price nominal and have attached a lan in February and stand right upon ficdita work or Art and a thing to be prised. It Government Food Report. J. the great buildingi, My two farms, adjoining. Very near Klrgs Firat-Claof Black mountain, contains full page vie soland is e.ecuted In the lofty summit wlthdescripticnsof Mint Bar and Fool Room. of them One con vllle station One or ROYAL",BAKINGJPOWDER CO., the feet above the level of the sea. highest style o! art. If not satisfied with it alter Is a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county and tainlng a little orer 91either the ether no acres. acres, 4,000 stamps and let ou aika hiv friends not to commit themselves to any All highly improved with good residence, barns, Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel ana you ft it we will refund the 100 Wall St.. Now York. An attorney from Harlan tells me keep the book. Address H. E. llucklen .V Co , one else, a hc.'is forced to stay at home and work. Ac Call and se them a,io young bearing am better than ever His candidacy subject to the action ol the Dem- fruit trees, apples and peaches on the qi acre Chicago, III. there are yet, at least 40 bears in that ocratic party. larm Old age aud infirmities my reason let want- Prepared to Accommodate tho county. I intend to walk all alone from All Froo ing to sell All unincumbered. Public. D M.CRKIGHTON, who have used Dr. King's New Dlscov Those Hagan, Virginia, to Harlan Klngsville, Ky G. W. 73. tf ery know its value and those who have not nae Hpci attention to Commercial Men n 1 will open on January illh, 1893. a I am never interrupted up here in the now the opKrtun!ty to trya it free. Call on the ad- Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to theaction of I ine Lively and Feed Stable attached. Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol bittle free bend get mountains for anvthina I sav about a vertised druggist andllucklentnal Co , Chicago, and be Democracy. & Jersey milk to the people of Stanford and ' W OHKEN. PropriMor. your name toll. E. JKS.S ROUT, Manager at the following prices, delivered: tnal bottle : defendunt or the testimony of a witness. get a as a copy ofof Dr. King. New Lite Pills as Guide to Health and Household well so cents Fresh Milk, per gallon IK. EJLKIN, Yet in a recent case at Crab Orchard, Instructor free. All of which is guaranteed to do 10 cenU Skimmed Milk, pir gallon you good and cost ou nothing at A. R Jennys where I prosecuted, a man for fracturing drugstore. Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action 8 cents English and Classical For males and females, Batter Milk, per gallon of tbe democracy. atfother's'skull, impairinglhis memory I will make two trips dally. The patronage oi the G. A. PEY'lON, public is solicited. and impeding his articulation for life, Kontucky, Stanford, Ky gijr. or because I hapened to se a false and perJNO. lANFOHD, KY., jured defence set up in a court of justice Neat setstoo begins Teb I. 1S04. The course Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to ine action and teaching thorough, the buildings and grounds of the Democratic party. and the Bacred temple thus profaned I Wing ladies beautiful and rales reasunab'e. OfTalleviate Temple, No. 7, Sisters of the Mys boarded in the College; young genUrmea boarded grew so full of fiery indignation I could terious sen M. In the town For further particulars address the presents, that wf, Know all men by D. F. B. RILEY.JProprlotor, not suppress my emotions, a witness W. P. Trustees and the MILT ON KLI.IOTT President. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now Secretary. Llua Ilroaddus in my charge and I intend to conduct it so as to ho was for- M W. P.Jrnnie Ihompson, Secretary, Truu - to the office of AsIs a candidate for Kentucky. pursued after me, and said London, sot only maimsln its high reputation, but 10 add Kddie Jones, Hannah llayden, Rose Ad kins, sessor, of to Its long list ol friends, bpecial accommodasaid, "my. friend I Sallie Miller, Tieasurer. all residents oi Stanford. democraticLincoln County, subject to action of the party. I have moved to my new Hotel'and am better ever done with me. I tions for commercial travelers and fine rooms for county, Kentucky, hereby associate ourprepared than ever to accommodate the public have hurt your feelingt, but I am a Lincoln ' the dlsploy of samples. selves together and become incorporated, p umler Good Livery attached and every convenience irpose lawyer and I had to discharge my duty the laws of the Siaiocf Kentucky, for tielollowtng AV. L. DAWSON, Give me a call. .AIFIrst-Clas- s hereinafter expressed, and adopt the .FRANK RILKY. 77 Saloon , shall .he ai. Is acand'date for jaiier, subjeci'to the action of We haveopened on Depot Street a to those who retained me." He said "yeB articles of Incorporation, Ilutcher Shop, where wc will keep at all times the Ad IIILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached I. 1 but a lawyer ought to confine himself to Icuatehe name of the7.incorporation ol the Myate-no- the d mocracv. of the Sisters Temple, No. brat meats that the country alfirde. We will hanJOSEPH COIFKY. Ten. dle nothing but the best and will the truth." I said "yes and a witness es.aajrw . sbi TAHANESE5 LLJtVi-W W place of business at Stanf ord vim pecially bo," And when a few days after I Kentucky. principal II. The . , , , CASH ONLY, JAMES VKAGER. THOMAS YF.AGER. w..... II oilered to shake hands with the great tran.rir-.e- ine general naiurc ui of airt to member Is a candidate for jailer, lubicct to theactionjsf be the giving thall As ue can not keep books. Our customers will bnrly defendant, whoso Herculean fist who are sick or distressed; the pro.ldingol funds- the old Jcflersonlan democracy. YEAGER YEAGER, be served In the best style tid we solu It the pat ... r. ,Vir hiirl.il of the dead and the rei. ronaiie ofthe public We also buy good corn fed could have struck as deadly a blow as lief of the membership generally, who are ludl-.- .. AND1 RbOS CAIIR A CO , Capsules of Ointment and two cattle and hogs s.Jc.EE'S n?J,1Esi ..i ..,!,. ami in charitablewith the Pete Jackson, the Australian pugilist, he Manford, Ky FEED AND SALE STABLE, undertskings. Lodgeofthe YARNON, S3 3m 7hJv!V;.deRreo J' tnake" ou operation waved mo off and declined to shake and to do suchOrder in itscome within the scope of WALLACE thingsas iSSSSvi; Af?? wWow a permanent cure, and often hands with me, I then said well if you charity and benevolence. Is'a candidate for re-- lectiunjto the olllceof CounSTANFORD, fc.Y. I V Tho corporanon being organired for charitaty Judge, subject tothenction of democratic par- P. Kunrantee. o won't tell me howdy, then good by sir ble purposes only it is to have 110 capital sto k or ty faoxn. io' m' V""Jf You only pay for .w nnvcaoo. , to ...Wf "e.,n our n,w ,u,,le ,n " Opera Horn.. jcutuiB rvceivcu U n box, tor 5 by mall, tonple But up hero the severer you aro on stockholders; but cacn person who contributed be Ktock ami arc well supplied with dollars shall the corporation the sura of ire. Guarantee' j. J uu wtrli VsTsV r. fy deemed a member and entitled to ail the benefits P'even erf, crime and in denouncing the defendant with the UUftii hy Japanese lUls SruIoa- Pil0JLlverPellcls the more they think of you and respect as such, so long as he shall complydues, fines rules NEW RIG3 AND HORSES JAMES V. GIVENS and ol the corporitiou and par such b made against the members In a Candidate lor Couuly'Judge of Lincoln, subHJtX)OI'lKrlUt. htnan, mild and pleawint to you and the more certain they are to as shall Hnvetxen purchased and nolh . ml, oepecJnUy adapted for childrcn'd Ubu. W ixnoc from time to time for Its support ject to the action ol the Democracy uinouts will leave the.stable. jj) CtiEtA V employ you should they ever need your filing The corporation shall commence from the , AVAIU3TEE9 Issuod cnly bv proper ofllce for ol thce articles in the Dealer In services. ord and terminate nt the expiration ot twenty Give O. P. People in a flat level country care fivt5) years A. R. PENNY, The affairs of the corporation are to be elecVI. Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of W II. MILLKR. nothing for oratory nor eloquence. Ora by a Hoard ol five 5 Directors, to be j H.SOWDER. the Democratic party He would appreciate )our A, G. Lanbam ami ohn H. Castleman. born in and ted annually, from their by the lawful inmembosol vote tory and liberty are both December first meeting corporation, at the MILLER & SOWDER, aro creature of a mountainous country. of each year. And a at t e same time there shall be elected a Princess Deputy I'rincess, a secretary Mountain fastnefst-- and wild woodv, and and an Assistant Secret-rand a Treasurer, which -:- JOHN M. JOHNSON named of! cra shall De winds foster a spiritof liberty, and the lastthe corporation, and lhall tne execuuve unun fill the various chairs of Assessor of Lincoln county which officers Is a Candiuate for sublimity of the lofty rugged mountains at the stated meetings, and ail of until their sue subject to the actlor. ot the Democratic party. .See. Doaiors and Brokers, one year and shall hold very cra- cessors areoffice lor and qualified. The Treasurer and their rocky defiles aro the elected STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY. txind for the lalthlul perdles of oratory. Whenever the spirit shall be required to give sum as shall be fixed by A. GIYENS such formance ol duty, 1 Office Interior Journal Ilullding. of liberty shall take its flight from earth the constitution and by luws hold he corporation Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subsame until the Desires to thank you for your paonce fill suid othceato back to Heaven it will ascend from the shall at in December. Ths aaid officers and Hoar ject to tbe action of the Democratic party. election to tronage during the year which is BARBBE&OASTLEMAJN rudo cabin of the wild frpe mountaineer! shall have suchbyduties and powers as shall be be the rules a d them FOVTAINK Fox BomiiTT. adopted. . , MANAGERS,; VII The private property of the membera Is Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action cf almost gone and asks a continuand nXrtvVuVl ""J n Bobbltt Some More. lots of good Contains Associated Press Dispatches, correspondence from all towns in this section;for 3 months. Legislative proceedings &c 50 cents Democratic reading; late Farm and Stock News, your name and $2 to THE ADVOCATE, Danville, Ky. Cheapest and best paper in Kentucky. Send m without CANDIDATES D. S. CARPENTER, fjgf A. S. PRICE, Interior Journal! To be Voted for at tho Primary, ; Our home ia I ly well-know- n sVW d JOHN aiEKSHOX -- Orchard, Lawn, Garden. m-- PENNY ncntlHt. e Li-- ?64-u- n "Run-down.- -- JACKSOIT HOUSE, ypre-Kate- Original Jcllico Coal. to-da- y HIue-Gra- 1 H!u-Gr- a Th.e Floronoo Hotel, TO THE 1ADIES. - I I rlt-u- 1 tlM PETER T. vWr atte-Htlo- e Fruit Trees For Sale psi-of!ic- e Baking Lnro8t Pure of-to- n NEWLAND, HATCHER Commercial ns Hotel, T. FOR. E. cy 1 Court-hous- First-Cla- DEliORD How-lan- d F. Garrard Lancastor, College, -i micus inmi, THE GOFFEY HOUSE BRIGHT THE RILEY HOUSE JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. E. KENNEDY, 'el 2Tew Moat Sh.op. first-class to-w- it 1 us j7-- tl S7 sA JOHN BAILEY, E. CUT?15 SELL FOR -- t. & li-a- Mill, -- fc f. uini - R. ZIMMEL rc Stanford HUFFMAN tlicm a Call. con-duct- Groceries, Candies, ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Building, s y Fancy Goods, insurance Company Fruits, REAL ESTATE 111 J. by-la- DINK FARMER PUBLIC SALE OF property" for sale. ' f,nel,r ,n,P,ovea' Offered 4. Oommorce Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. A. THIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. ;rr 6 1 I BjOta. to be exempt Irom corporate debts. VII The Indebtedness; of Ihe corporation shall not exceed five thousand dollars. Mrs. Catherine Blackerby, died at IX lh said corporatioi sxall have perpetual succession, tbe right to sue and be sued in Its her home in this county January 9th, name to have a common seal, to make and transfer aame 1894, aged CO. She was born Feb. 14, contracts, to acquire a property Individual. To at its pleasure as as private and rules and regulations Tor the 1828. Her huabtnd, Ben. F. Blackerbv, of its members and shall possess all died Feb. 2nd 1875, leaving her to rairie a government of a body 'coroora e the powers reX The corporation shall have the nghi tovolarge family and struggle with the trials of ceive as members the present members is the formed, of this life alone, that she has done ex luntary association, fro which this payment of the membership re, as it without well is proven by the high es- succeeds the all of the property ol said association. ceptionally to Knowing teem in which she is held. In testimony whereof, witness our signatures the 6th day o December, 1B93. God in His love chasteneth thoee whom this lenaie Thompson, K.ldie Jones. Sallie Miller, Hannah llayden, Ho loveth, and though our hearts may Hot Adkins, Elira Ilroaddus, Martha Sims, not always Bee the hand of God in if our Ellen Kmcaid, llellc Chenault, WMker. Martha ailliction, yet we have the testimony of Ellen need, Sally Hansford, Mauha Warren, Llnle Peyton, His word and cannot doubt it. Though Pattie Middleton, Matla Middleton, S6 for a time clouds may be over us if our Jane Hill. IN MEM0RIUM. by-la- the democratic party. ance during the coming year. When Hungry try one of his at,'ow"mr'00l,e"' state Fine lllue Grass Farm, of ios acres, in high of cultivation, well improved ; offered low. Good FXXTX L.I VE STOCK. 5 Farm of 141 acres, near R. R. station, blue grass land; will sell cheap. I will sell at public auction at my home near May wood, on the Ottenhtim pike, on 25CTS MEALS And you will certainly go back and try him again. "-- IM 7. Illue Grass Farm ol 119 ,!,. ...L.. . A mllra Irom btanlord; good Ulue grass Iahd: low price and on easy terms, Thursday, Jan. x8, 1894, My stock consisting of 6 head of broid marcs, 3 ot them in loal by jack and one by horse, s workhorse and one work mule, 6 milk cows, two with heifer, as ewes and a suckling calves, a Southdown buck, a sows and pigs, an extra fine boar. 5 shoats, 150 pounds, each, Ac. TERMS. rialo will be made on a credit of 6 months with 6 per cent, interest on note with an JAMES DUDDLRAK, proved security. J. P Chandler, auctioneer. 87 May wood, Ky. 8 to is. Town lots in Stanford In areas to suit purchasers. 17. Ninety-thre- e acre fine farm wit mill dwelling and other ImprovemenU, esce lent on v ' 4 miles Irom btanlord. Lar blue grass larm, capable of division si into sm airer farms Desirable In every par lar. low and ou very easy terrna 1 f. ,x -mm .A :". 111 II Til Ir12--U- 3 FOR A CLEAN x 8 Laun-Slei Shave, Styllsli Hair Cut, Or a Nice, Refreshing Bath Go to Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, the Lexington Steam alio agent dry, The Beat In the Country. foV hearts are right with God the sun of His love is shining on the cloud, and will drive it away, and when the abort lived sorrows of this earth have passed moth er, father and children I trust will be united where the clouds of sorrow never come We raisR thfi from our home, dear one, We mies thee from thy place, A Btiadow over our life is oust, We misfl the Htinahine of thy face. We miss thy kind and willing hand, Thy fond and earnest care. Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, Ky. Practical CARPET WEAVEB, Has lately purchased tbe celebrated ITotioa- - - Gentlemen! rented the llnght Ferrlll properly and have it ty rates are $1 per day. Have nicely fixed up. Look out for the ROWLAND Qo4ry? w 'ff 'fy' Jfrr - A 't ed S Good frame building; well Main atrt.iu Es.tern part of S unfold. feet front. Joo back Will .1 bargain two-sto- ry t ., 1 , vi.iuiiiiomB low price on easy terms W.fl..W (..T ?'..,?.1V"i. ana """ 101 Fork. or lell at HOTEL. I have BrWssMsw r,r coevaiaHTior Vrot. K. W. Nmltb, Prln. Commercial College ol Ky University, Lexington, Ky., was awarded Newcomb Fly Shuttle Loom, 86-3- m A First-Glas- s Bar in Connection. MEDAL AND DIPLOMA BT THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN Turnersvilie Fine Blue grassland, well watered frout. on Pike with good and nice young orchard. Price low 39 Small farm oil., acres, a mil ea Irom Stanf rd vclllmproved,ata bargain. 31 Farm of & acres on Hanging Fork, near Aud is preparel to do all kinds of Carpet and Rug Weaving. Fancy weaving on Shawls, Muffiara, Ktc Call and examine my work. I guarantee flrtt'Clois work at lew prices. Come one. come all Satisfaction guaranteed or mnnev relunded. I Or One of mv C Icrks will meet all night trains. Thanking my Iriends lor past la vors and so idling a continuance, 1 am S3iyr J.W. CARRIKR. EXPOSITION, 3s. Hotel, store bouse and cottage, nicelv and Myatrns orilooifkrrplnar and (JenernI Hualneaa t.ilurntlon. rlr. I ost to complete conveniently inlocated near depot in Nine room, dwell.. k, lour o lluslnrsa Course about tuo.lucludlna tuition. hook and board, l'bonograpliy. Type Writing and Store house of 3 r oms All new building, ?s0 goodbarn. Lot mox 3,0 feet Telerraphy taught. For rlrrulnrs, address. W. It. krtlTll, I'rralileut, Ialnsjton, Uy. store and hotel. Will "",ml c,lMp an "n -J For i, ,".: e- I '5!""1F j . w- 14 .. . aMfc fjtffSRp. fc