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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894011601 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. : VOL. XXL Semi Weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 16. 1894. LANCASTER, OARRARD COUNTY. NO. 91 GRAB ORCHARD. Mrs. Jim Millur, of Owunnboro, Ih with her motliiT Mra. Snu Holmim. Uuforo leavioK for J.micjisUt, Miss JohIo Stephens rumumbururi all liur iiut-- ca to a B)lunillt h up per, ntnl candy pulling, which each enjoyed nud will long roinombor tlio pk'HH.uit hours upunt iti her homo. Thoy reurettod vry inticu to boo horlo.wo buthopu ehu will bu hero again. IjistSttunUy niitht tlio youiiKiturH of town Htormod MiHH IJchhIu Miteo tid they had n splendid time, for llenio knotm how to entertain. Friday night 11 Indrtiind 12 liuwies met with MUtea Salliu nnd Ada McWhortor, and wore royally entertained. Hufreshmenta eon- alBting ot CAkea and fruits were aerwd, and all were loud in their praim-- of tlio young Indies and their excellent father and mother, who know ho well how to innke you feel welcome. Wo failed to nay in our hut letter that Aunt Llndy Stephenson whs one of tho Kucata at llttlo Ila Holdam'ri birthday dinner. lie is SI years old, but walked from her homo at tho extreme lower end' of town, nnd engaged in n apirited religious controversy that day, for she is ever on the defensive for her church. Old and young enjoy being with her, nnd eho ia n welcome gueai in every home hero. May alio live many years longer, nnd enjoy each one bettor ia tho wish of her may friends. Mina Katie Simpson, of Iucaister, was with Mian I.izzio Hes.ley this week. Miss Josio Stephens left last Tuesday to enter Bro. Elliott's school in Lancister. Will Jamoa has just returned from Cincinnati. Dr. T. M. Lewis, of Danville, has been visiting his cousin Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Huchanau. Miss Killie 'arsons la with Mrs, J. T. Ghadwick. Mumps have been beautifying several of our youngsters. Walter Utielunan nnd Bweet ltttlo Kldio Unily Cludwick nro tho latoat to enjoy thcin. Charley Slaughter left Friday for .Montgomery, Ala. Tho ladlea of Lincoln and ita aistf r counties nro herein warned ngsinst J. 1 l'eck, ngent for tho Indiana Central Copying Co., of Indianapolis. He has been enlarging picturra for our people but has rot acted either honorably or gentlemanly as ho stated her that when n lady was not ready with the cash to receive her pictnre, ho always sold them to the saloonlst of her town, with tho understanding bet name and place of residence bn printed In large lettera under aatno and hung over bis bar. He ia not a reliable agent, bo have no dealings with him. Our prayer meetings at both churches nro doing much good work. Tho attendance Is largo nnd perfect order preserved. "Woo unto thoso who are asleep in Zion," was ably and oven eloquently handled by Dr. Doorea and Her. AnderTlio disson, laat Wednesday night. course at tho Baptist church by Ho v. Anderson Thursday night was ns good as anything wo ever heard fall from tho lips of nnyone. Wo don't boo why tho Baptist church wnnta another pastor, while Hro. Anderson ia here, for if he will nccept tho position wo think ho ia tho right one, and will accomplish much good for his I Bro. Tercy coutiuua to improve nnd hopes to bo nblo to till bis pulpit Sunday. Mra. J. O. Hemphill and Misa Kato Walden will shortly open n millinery nnd dressmaking establishment in tho Hemphill store room. In Brazil they carry on war In n very nensihle way. Thoy atop ing at noon, go to their regular mo.ils, cm heartily nnd at their leisure rtaumo their positions ami goon with tho shooting. Mr. Charley Norris has announced himself as a candidate fo' nomination for county clerk and Mr. Jeaae Doty is nlso out for tho nomination ns Hhorill". Both aubject to tho action of the democracy. -- Circuit clerk Will Mason has returned from Frankfort. Nearly all the clerka in tho Suite met there to try and get tho Legislature to pssi a law whereby they would getaome compensation for their work in Common wealth's cases. The local Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Saturday elected the following olllcera for tho ensuing year: Mrs. L. F. Hubble, pres., Miss Kato WHlker, cor. Hec'y., Mra. Jno. Gill, rec. aec'y., Mrs. Win. Ward, treas. This union meets every Saturday afternoon over Sweeney's atore and ia in a 11 Iburiah-condition. thoy wnnt nnd they aro tho wnly ones! who nave any right to determine tho matter. If a majority of them want a 'queen let them say so, and tako what ever ateps are necessary to place one on tho throne. If, on tho contrary, thoy want a republican form of government, and are aatUflid with Dole, nnd his gov-- . eminent, let them ay ao, and give their support In tint direction. If they have noi eiioiiirn interest in tlieir country to enro anything about their government, there is no resson why we should attempt the part of a civilizer nnd thrust our nose into nn atrair with which we hnve no especial concern. If they want to light let 'em, until like tho Kilkenny cata there will be nothing left but their tails. Let ih Hay, hands oil, and beyond the protection of American citizens, and nn announcement to foreign nations that they must take no part, let us not con tinue to act the fool aimply to show our ' That's what, and if you don't beleivc it sec our new assortment of goods for 1894. irHA.T STANFORD, KY. Largest Sock. - Lowest Prices. : 11 ; 1 Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Bronzes, Spectacles thing and everything in the Jewelry line at 3 -- Danks', the Jeweler, REV. HENRY CLAY MORRISON. authority Christian College Notes. Misses Hattie a tut Shirley Park returned Tuesday from their home in Covington, where thoy apent a pleasant Christmas. Tho principal of C. O. ia receiving a number of lettera of inquiry, and tho ouuook ior a very largo achool next term is flattering. -- A.P.ecital will bo given in the College Chapel on Friday evening, Jan 10th. Tho class, under tho instructions of Misa Bennett, has tnado fine progress; and tho patrons will luvo an opportunity to aeo what tlieir children are doing. Misses Minnie and Ella Eubanka paid tho college a call on Tuesday. Miiw Minnie is kindly remembered here by her school mates, aa a good atudont, and an excellent lady. She has just closed n successful achool in Pulaski county, aud will reenter Christian college on January '22nd. Judge Biyle Stone and Mr. P. Whipp, of Liberty, were with us on Monday. Mr Whipp brought his sister, Miss Dollie, up and entered her for tho next term. Liberty ia now well represented in Christian College by a lino Bet of atudenl8. Classes are now reviewing preparatory to examinations, which will begin next week. Tho examinations will be conducted in a quiet way, tho object being to ascertain the pupil's knowledge of tho subject, Tho examination will bo on thoso branches and subjects, which have been completed, during this term. While tho examinations uro not altogether public, all patrons and friends, who feel interested, will bo welcomo via-itor- a. church. Roll ofHonor. Miss Georgia Lewis, whoso acliool nt Ml Xenia closed Wednesday, writea as follows. Of course wo take pleasure in publishing such thing a free of cliiirp: To encourage my pupils, I told them if they would make an average of DO per cent in all their studies their names Hhotild bo on tho roll of honor and published in tho Interior Jourutl. It was a wonderful incentive. You will please have the list given in your next issue, and charuo to me: Willie Hopper OS, Arthur D.iwson 00, Walter Hopper 00, Sadie Stngit 01, Bessie Dawson 03, Florence Crutchilold 0., Willio Bishop Oo Armp Folnnd 05, Victor Billon 01, Guv Willio V. Dawson 01, Lizzie Ballon Crutchlleld 01, llallie Dawson 00, Hawk Bishop 00, Dexter Ballou 00, Harry Stairu 00, Fred Carson 00, Walter Carson 00, Roland Bishon 00. Kkmbmiikh. That tho Wisconsin Cen tral has tho unqualified endorsement of all, it being the moat popular lino between Chicago and Milwaukee, and St, l'aul, Minneapolis and tho Northwest, it ia recognizod aa the Pullman Line between Chicago and Milwaukee and Ashland, Duluth and Like Superior pointa. That the Wisconsin Central t6uchea the most prominent pointa in Wisconsin, having more business centers than any railway to and frnm tho Northwest. That ita dining car Herytcellia unsur- passed by any other line, and that ita renresentativea will cheerfully furnish any information that may be desired. For full details regarding fBatea, Routes, Pohlers, Maps etc. addreaajyour nearest ticket agent or Ja9. O. Pond, Gen. Pass. Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. - - Buclcltn'a ArnloaSalve. ThehMtiiUola thsworll lor cms, bruue torei, ulcers, iU rhoum, fever sores, tetter, chp all peil hands, chilblain!, corns and no ski erup pay requir II landpoutivolycurei piles, or I.? it..UHnteeatii iriv.. perfect iiuslaction per bos, elundea. or moiey A. R. Penny.I'nco as cent, Suntord. Ky. yor wle by Mr. Wattersou in Iiih nddress Jackson's Day, in referring to the political outside, Bid: "The small fry nro in the aaddlo. I mean no disrespect to persons in authority when I declare that thissHemato moan era of very small things and very small men." It will bo fiomewhat diilieult to convince tho average small man that he is a small man, assnull men are very much accustomed to regard themselves aa largo men, and to govern UihuihoIvm accordingly. Miss Carrie Woods entertained a few friends last Thursday evening. Miea Wnrren, of Stanford, and Misa Marie Warren, of Danville, apent Friday with Miss Jennio Duncan. Mies Nellie Marrs and Misa Grace Kinulard entertained Friday evening. It was in honor of Mayor Bob Kinniard's birthday ho being 10 years old. Old fashioned trames such as blindfold, please or displease were played. All had a gay time. Mr. Sam Duncan leaves for a sister Mra. Klkin in Atlanta. Misa Helen Thurmond, of Stanford, ia visiting Mra. Moaea Collier. Mr. Henry Hackley returned to Danville Friday. Mr. Louis Walker and Miss Dorn Harria have commenced subscription schools. Mr. Walker will teach at tho male academy and Misa Harria at her home. Col. Geo. Mason, of Chicago, ia hero visiting relatives. Tho Hawaii trouble has placed the U. S. government in a rather awkward position. If Stevens IiHd kept in his place all this trouble would have been averted. As it was, ho to bo tho government of which ho was only a representative; recognized a government established by revolution; landed and used U. S. troops to aid tho revolutionists, and assisted in establish-inthe provisional government under I'retident Dole. It ia diilieult to escape the conclusion that if Stevens' pocketa had been searched about that time there would have been found concealed on his person, divers obligations to pay him well for his services in the way of contracts or otherwise. Why should he have manifested ao much interest ii tho mat ter, especially ns he knew a new administration would recall him in a short time, unlesiaouio extraordinary inducement had been oilerod to tempt him from tho plain discharge of duty thot required him to take no part whitover m a mntter of such importance beyond a report to his government of the facta in tho case? But now that nil this trouble has been brought about by tho unexampled conduct of ox Minister Stevens, the question arises, what are wo going to do about itV This government cannot ollord to bo the clumpion of a monarctiy, and however unwise Stovena may have acted wo are simply in n trap from which it ia diilieult to escape with any credit to ourselves. It is not a party question, but aimply one calling for the exerciae of great political wisdom to enable us to undo tho work of a fool or a knave. To employ the power of a republican government Uo restore a monaach to a throno will not likely bo received by tho "plain people" with any degree of complacency, and time will prove this to bo true. Tho only solution that Baoma at all practicable is to leave tho matter severely alone. Tho queen could bo notified that tho government does uot approve of later bievens; neither doea it hold itself responsmie tor tiie existence and re tention in power of tho roviaional government under Dole, and at the Biime tlmo Uolo and his government could bo notillod that bo far aa this govern ment ia concerned, he can look out for himself. It ia said that tho entire population ia only about 200,000, composed of nativea, many Atnoricaus nnd a number of representatives of nearly every nation upon the earth. Whatever they are, however, they aro tho ones to do termina what. kind of a government to-da- y ia THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. ed g A bill ia before the House to create tho olllco of circuit court reporter. Ita passage would be of great oid in criminal proeecutiona. Weller'a bill regarding the publication and distribution of obscono literature, pictures, etc , waa phased by n unanimous voto in tho State Senate. Tho Committee on Education reported without an expression of opinion the hill providing for compulsory education, and it waa given ita second reading, Representative Quigloy, of.'McCrack-e- n county, is after tho A. P. A. with n sharp stick. He introduced a bill in, tho Kentucky House Tuesday prohibiting the organization or continuance of so fifties whoso object ia to discriminate between Christiana on account of their religion. The penalty is a tine of $500 to 11,000, or imprisonment from aix to twelve months, or both flue nnd jail sentence. 0AyjLj.E. Farria tfcWhitltttr bought of T. P. Ried a bunch of ahoata, 100 pounds average, at II, nnd Andrew Whitley bought of Mills, of Lincoln, i!0, sauio weight, at aaino price. Etnbry it Fox aold to Cnrrithera & Beard, of Lexington, four augar mules for fMO I.C. nnd N. P. VanMeter aold their Fayette county farm of 315 acres, to their brother, Sol P. VanMeter at 5105 per acre. Prof. Jas. B. Walton arrived in Wednesday night, after a brief sojourn with hia wife and daughter at Colorado Springs Ho roporta that Misa Jennie's health ia very much improved and that Prof. Argo ia making satisfactory progress. Dan-ville Soo tho World's Fair for 15 Conts ex-mi- n Upon receipt of your addieii and 15 centt In pottage stamps we will mall you our l&juvemr Portfolio of the World' Columbian Expoiition. The regular price it 50c, but ai we want you to ii4vv uutwu inane tnc price uumiuai. tou will California'a midwinter fiod it a work of An and a thing to be priied. It contain full Daeo viewiof the irreat buililinm. formally opened Jan. 27. with deicripticut of tame and isoecuteU In tho Padereweki, whon ho ia MSheit ityle ol art. If not latlified with halter you itt it we will refund the ilimpi and let you earna mony at about keep the book. Address H. E. lluckleu St ,0., $18 a minute. jnicago, in. Tlioie who have used Dr. Kinc'a New Discov cry know iu value and those who have not have now the opportunity to try it free. Call on the ad vertised drugciit aud get a trial bottle free. Send your name to 11 b. lluck'en ,v Co Chicago, and trial bottle Kta as a copy ofof Or. Klug'a New Lite fills aa well Guide to Health and Household Instructor free. All of which la guaranteed to da you good and cost you nothing at A. R. Penny's drug atore. - ' w Thirty-si- x years ago, tho aubject of this sketch was born of pareuts, very poor in thia world's goods, in Trimble county, Kv. Hia mother died when ho The year past has been to us all a stringent one in money matters was two and hia father when ho wns four years old anl ho waa taken to his and for that reason I have been very lenient toward those whose acin Barren county where ho counts were due in July. Now lived till his death, when ho camo to live with a relative in Boyle county. His chances for oducation were very limited, but ho waa an nmbitous youth and embraced every opportunity offered Banks and individuals have money to loan and I urge those who owe I need the money, it is due me and him to store his mind witli useful me to come and settle at once. knowledge. Up to the timo he began I want it. preaching ho had only attended the school at Perry ville. He spent hia aparo momenta in study- To my customers for their patronage of the past and hope to ever ing the scriptures and 13 years ago he merit your confidence. felt tho call to preach the gospel, to which he at orco responded. Ho soon united with tho Kentucky Conference, M. E. C. S.. and in 18S3 wns assigned to tho charge in Stanford, where ho labor-o- d successfully and pleasantly for two years. Afterwards ho went to Vander-bil- t University whore he thoroughly prepared himself for his life work, havOn account of the mild winter we have left on hands a fine line of ing had to make the money himself before be could do so. He returned to hia confer Men's Heavy weight Cheviot suits, all late styles, which must be ence on completing hia term, and was as closed out in the next 30 days signed to the church at Newport, where he staid tho provisional limit. Developing great power as a revivalist, Mr. Morrison, longed to enter the work of an evangelist, and a few years ago, he In order - to do this, prices must do our talking. $1 1 cheviot suits will got tho bishop to "locate" him bo ho go at $8- S14 cheviot suits will go at 59.50- Si 5 cheviot suits at $1 SiS suits at S14; $17 suits at S12.50; $16 suits at $13. Mens', could follow his inclination, the rules of youth's and boys' overcoats at cost. We propose closing out the the church forbidding the special emabove goods, so call and see our goods at once and be convinced that ployment of evangolists. In his chosen field, ho has met with this is the time and place to make your purchase. phenominai success, anl his sorvicis are in demand from one end to the oth-ertho south. Everywhere he preach ea scores aro brought to Christ by his e'oquent pleas and those who call themselves christians aro brought in closer contact with tho Lord they profess to dfc serve. Original in his methods and entertaining in hia addressee, largo crowds gather to hear htm wherever he preaches, and hang spell bound on his words which seem to come with inspiration from above. Tho meeting ho has just closed here was not nn exception to tho many ho has held. Men, hardened in fir. sin and living out of Christ, were drawn rjrom-Dt.lto Him, and before the meeting ended were testifying for tho Master anil iead ing in prayor. More than GO professed conversion and tho membership waa warmed up Bsit has never been before, O praifeoto God and honor to tho instrument of His purpose. Six years ago, Mr. .Morrison married a ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ABOUT daughter of Geo. Bain, the temperance orator, and three bright children camo to bless tho union, which was n most happy one, till death entered tl e household nnd took its charm tho loving wife -a- way, in November last. The etlectsof tho groat alllictiou were plainly manifest during hia stay here, but the evangelist, sustained by a Heavenly power, boro up manfully wliilo he went about hia Master's business. Mr. Morrison is editor of tho Ken- iiicKy .ueuiouisi, n journal devoted to the cause of tho church In general and iu ui iiruuiuiKuuon 01 me Holiness tr sauctification theory, which tho editor claims to reduce to practice, ond of which ho writes and preaches so ear ' " .Hit . I. ' nestly, that many here and elsewhere Every one fully guaranteed. Oliver Chilled Plow Extras at Reduced have accepted it. Mr. Morrison is eminently a self mado Prices. mau. With scarcely any advantages iu childhood, he has by force of will and energy succeeded in making not only a name for himself, but seema to have been eapecialiy chosen by God to go and preach the gosrfol, with the promiae that He will ba with himjilwaya oven unto the end of the world. grand-father- 'a TIMES I : ARE : EASIER, SFVI VERY GRATEFUL H. J. McROBERTS. New Year, New Prices. FOR : SPOT : CASH I 1.-5- 0; of W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. DRUGGIST JEWELED.' Watches, Clocks. (jrold, of Drugs and Medi- - Plated Silver and Ware at pveeovirs howest prices. At mnfl oention tions a Specialty, given to repairs. v A Complete line! il O-- TOA. JEl. EiTlsr-Y"- . The Vulcan Chilled Plows -- -- SZi'- W. H. WEAKEN & CO. HAPPY NEW YEAR! Thank You, Call Again. FOR accurately from fair will bo at the the rate of key-boar- d, Drugs, Books, Everything the very I i I The livery stable of L. L. Wickie In our line. Prescriptions compounded burned at Covington with a large lot c! provender and 14 horses. Fifty thousand copies of Wilsou'a tarifl speech have already been ordered printed by democratic members of the Prompt attention given to all customers. House. It is to be made tho test document of the democratic campaign and Sam Welaor was hung at St. Louis will likely have a circulation of 1,000,000' copies. Friday for the murder of a prostltuto. All Freo BLST DRUGS AND CHLMICALS. Come and see our goods. ' W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. . nmi iV'ri.Mt ,,.. ,. 'tt',i.i-ni- . .. ' - in ii i i.ifiiTHHirijmj tiM3ft)ilaa4i r t if '' : """"'J?11,1 l J," T , -- - "' V"' r K v ."-- - if -; Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1G, 1S94 Stanford, Kw, January W. P. WALTON. 6 OR 8 PAGES. No one can read Col. UreckinridKo's masterful speech in support of tho Wilson tariil bill nml not feel a pang of regret that so ableau advocate of the people'u cause may possibly bo retired from the oilico ho hits filled so acceptably. The speech waa in the speaker's best vein and was loudly and liberally applauded, both by the members and the crowded Ralleries. During its deliv ery the colonel likened certain advocates of protection to sharks. Mr. Walker, of Massachusetts, asked to whom heap-plie- d such an epithet. "I did not mean to hurt the gentleman's feelings," answered tho speaker. Mr. Walker insisted that that was not a fair answer. "Well then," said Col. Ureckinridge, "I refer to those who, during tho peril and of a great civil war, took advantage of labor in the name of patriotism, and later, in timo of profound peace, increased those exactions, until in the 51st Comirees they wrote n new law that enriched themselves. I refer to those who admitted new States to retain power; those who purchased ballot boxes and took the seat of Win. R. Morrison in this llouse, by bribery.' "Being an American manufacturer and one of those who helped to make those laws, do you refer to me?', iuquired Mr. Walker. "If the description fits you, then you have rec ognized your own picture." Tho thrust was received with great laughter and applause, while Mr. Walker quietly went into his hole and drew it in after him. Iu his peroration, Col. Breckinridge whs peculiarly impressive. "I hope to live to see the day," said he, "when this Continent will be one of freedom, and the tariff restrictions be wiped out from the St. Lawrence to the Columbia, when free religion, free government and freeedu-catio- n will be put side by side with free trade." Tbo colonel's reception by the galleries shows that he still, retains his hold on their hearts and proves that Iih is not a dead cock in tho pit by several juga full. . correspondence conTnK voluminous cerning the Hawaiian affair was laid before Congress on Saturday by tho president. The whole matter, with the of Mr. Willis' dispatch of Nov. 10. which the president withheld from publication, has already been made public by tho enterprising dailies. The sup pressed dispatch gives his interview with the dusky queen, in which she positively refused to grant the proposed amnesty to the revolutionists, saying that nothing Bhort of their lives and property would satisfy her. That ended negotiations for the time, and since the refusal of the provisional government to surrender, things have remained in statu quo. The entire business is now in the hands of Congress and ought to be dis posed oflin the quickest manner possible. dis-tre- so Whknkvkr a necro is lynched in tho South for that most heinous of crimes, assault on women, tho goody goody the North roll their eyes in holy horror and condemn in severest terma tho savagery of thesection. There ii some exciiEo for lynching under such circum stances, but there appears to have been none for that of tho negro at West Un ion, in tho Godly State of Ohio. He hail committed a terrible crime, it is true, that of the murder of the two old wnito neoDle with whom ho lived, but he was in the hands of the law, which was suro to meto out iustico to him. We are no apologist for mob law; on tho contrary, we deprecate it heartily, but it is well to whiaivr into the ears of our instructors that thev had better cast tho beam out of their own eyes before they try to seo clearly enough to wipe thu moto out of the eyes of tho Southern people. peo-ple- Trie Lecislature seems to think it will go on Hko Tennyson's book forever, in stead of having to shut up shop in bU davH. Durinc the first 11 days of tho session UU bills were introduced in the House and 70 in tho Senate making a total of 109, exceeding a third of those introduced during tho memorable 18 months session. Dear misguidod-Solonlot us beseech you to give us no more laws. We have enough and to sparo now. Perfect those that need perfection and do not try to cut more cloth than you can make up in the term tho constitution has limited you to. e Tho Fork Ridge Coal Co. at Middles-borhas boon placed in the hands of tho receiver. Jesse Prowell, one of tho men who helped lynch tho negro Parker, in Ohio, committed suicide because of remorao over tho act. It comes on tho host authority from Honolulu that Queen Llliuokalaui will nt once bring suit here for an immense sum against tho United States. A bill has been introduced in tho Mift si'sippi legislature to establish and maintain a homo for aged, indigent and infirm Confederatd veterans. Nine year old Isaac Goerstoin, of New York, was knocked down by a truck a week ago and his neck was broken. Doctors t tho broken member and Isaac's neck is rapidly knittsng. in The report of tho favor of increasing tho tax on whisky to to II and extending tho bonded period by was unanimously adopted eight years tho House committee on ways and means, not aban-S- enator Hill says bo has establish soma doned his proposition to rule by which debate in the senate can do limited. It is timo ho was doing something, if tho tariff bill ia to pass this seao 8-- Govor his farm of 1(10 acres, adjoining his farm at $50 per aero. W. G. Cowan bought of the Menefeo children tho 71 acros of land left them by Andy Cowan and adjoining his farm in tho West End for Budd Doblo pays that Pixley is tho greatest campaigner living and tho horso that beats hor next year will havo to step below tho raco record of last year. Foil Sale. 20 good cotton mules, 21 of them imiriu, nverago 15 hands, fat and ready for market. McRoberts it Briscoe. Addrecs Jerry Briscoe at Shelby City. Land has sold in Chicago at a highAwhe. Louisville Store. Last week we started our reduction in er rate than in Now York $10,000 per it has done great work for the people. Cash buyers to the square fool as against $0,500 A quarter prices and The days of extreme reduction have of an arre in the heart of the town is feast come early in the week. come. We are determined that everybody shall be comfortably clad worth $1,200,000 Household and kitchen furniture and have fixed prices of warm shirts and drawers low enough for the sold well t h naif of the Im Jonathan slimcst pocket books in Stanford. We Owsley, Friday, but howa and cuttle went almost for a sone. A pair of mules brought fill; both -- ere crippled, however; a brood mare $21; oalvi8 at $S. m See The Havoc! Wrought In Prices. v FASHION'S FANClta. At Winamac, Ind., Lewis Noo is in jail in danger of being lynched for neatly killing hifl daughter with a club when she interfered in behalf of In r mother, whom Noo was whipping while French blouses, with pretty bolt or Russian styloa with full skirts, nro still in great favor for tho theater. Black laco insertions, with edgings to match, aro extensively used this winter on evening toilutH of ahcer white wool, silk nud satin. Tho trim shirt waist with tnilor made dress skirt is not to bo abandoned, mid manufacturers nro already busy preparing a great varioty of waists for next season. k, Mllst Jlcl ve Room. For our immense new stock now arriving and we mean to turn all goods into money, thus prices mean a big profit to you. I 3 r invitation, Mr. T. G. able and energetic city editor tho lectured before of tho Courier-Journathe Iudianu University at Bloomington, where he was treated with every courtesy that could be suggested. His talk was on the way he and his reporters got up the comprehensive and graphic account of the terrible cyclone, which vis ited Louisville on a memorable night several years ago, and it was received with the greatest interest, and at its close ho was roundly applauded and greatly complimented. Tho position of city editor on a great daily is one of the most important and trying, and the fact that Mr. Watkins has held it so long and so successfully shows that he is a man of genius and great executive ability. BYBpecial Wat-kins, l, Gov. McOkkahv stole h march on the flamboyant Boutelle Saturday. It was the Maine's man intention to make another spectacle of himBelf when the Hawaiian correspondence was sent to the House, but the governor had it do livered promptly on the assembling of the session at 11 o'clock and referred to tho Foreign, Affairs committee, before Bontelle, who was late, got in. A wet hen could not have Ibeen madder than he when he found out how he had been circumvented. The Somerset Paragon is the latest which newspaper venture in the-tow- f "V if , i. 1 .1 has seen tho rise and fall of many newspapers. The initial number is newsy and interesting and if the succeeding issues shall bo as good, there may be room for it. if any republican paper can live in that benightedly republican Bection. The names of the editors are not given, but it is understood that Judge James Denton is editor, with A. A. Lewis assistant. J. K. Sowell, who worked in this office in its tenderer years, is fort man. Thomas Pratt, of Valparaiso, Ind., dreamed that he died and was taken to Heaven. Singularly enough ha did die the next night, but whether tho rest of the dream waa fulfilled, is not known, as Thomas has failed to notify his friends of his good fortune, if ho waa permitted to enter the pearly gatea of the New Jerusalem. Suakeskin is the latest material iu popTho election of William Hahnto bo of last Saturday The Courier-Journa- l Secretary of the National Republican. ular uso for ladies' cardcases, jweket-hoo- Celluloid collars ioc, plain, white and fancy bordered handkerchiefs Chair-ma- n contained an interesting write up of baud satchels, belts, slippers and 5C silk finished suspenders ioc, worth 25c, a good, heavy working Committee and of Munley to bo Stanford, from tho pen of Prof. Stephen articles for which kid and leather shirt. 25c, laundered shirts, all linen bosom in fancy striped only 50c, is interpreted by Ohio politicians aa all fancy D. Willis. A good picture of hditor McKin-le- y nro used. worth Si, loundcred shirts in plain white' 50c, 75c, $1 and Si. 25. A a part of a movement in favor of IMnk chiffon toilets nro odged with n socul suit of underwear only Walton and several of tho public buildfor 1S90. 50c. A good cassimcre pants for $l, tiny roll of sealskin, and odd looking ings enliven the story, and from the evworth Si. 75. IJoys knee pants 25c. Roscoo Parker, a negro sixteen years yokes, girdlos. collarettes nnd sleeve cat idence given, one is constrained to beold. was banned by a mob in Adams of nch fur nre iimM on velvet gowna lieve that is a right big littlo placs. Jes- county, O., for tho alleged murder of j made n la Rum. eatuine Journal. You are right. It is e two old people with whom lie nun A striking collarette recently worn nt nn exceedingly largo little place, but re- livimr. Parker denied his guilt and the theater was of ottr. with a full but over here and you had better not come of Blightly tmrrowor collarette Mlxv fused to pray. make the assertion that that wa9 a good of J. Scott Harrison white Spanwh guipttro lace, with a litrgw The nomination picture unless you wish to dio premaYard wide unbleached cotton 7 S Tryan's A. A. A. cotton 5c. brother, to be Survey- - j Handing Medici collar of the ottr. tho turely. check ginghams 5c. Thousands of other articles too numerous rt made this Apron Beautiful house dre or of Commons, atJKansaa City, did not of poncoek blue, amber, crimson, to mention that are marked down to rock bottom prices. Give us a Si'KAKKn Gahroll's colleagues of the lueaso the Missouri Senators, and the winter , ' rPiMirtud Hlvor. blue or old roo India cashmere. call and we will prove to you we mean just what we say. Louisvillo press banqueted him Satur- commutes on commerce iuu repunuu( trimmed in somo cam with black Chan day night and tho occasion was one of sgainst confirmation. tilly insertion and edging, Hi others with Tne Peixoto KHrrison'at Rio Gran do white silk braiding and ajjtun with general delight all around. Mr. Watter-sowas toast master, and the way that Do Sul havo been so severely pinched or ecru luce. Now York Post. and all others testified to the worth for provisions during the ifeet few days he NEW YORK NOVELTIES. and scrupulous integrity of the rising that they have been eatinif horses, cats soul ami other animals, the insurgents havyoung man must have done his Whisker brashes of ivory and of silver ing cut ofi the food supply. good. aro provided. A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor In the Federal Court at Frankfort, Tho filigree bonbon holders and shovols T. D. RAN FY, Manager. NEWSY NOTES. Mrs. Nannie Farra, of Jeesamine county nro oxquisitc. apainst the fl The shoo horn with buttonor attached The Wilson bill is now . being con- was awarded $5,000 damaiif GEOKGK II. I'KKWITT. U. II. KING. Q. A O. Railroad. Mrs. Farra was ser- is a great scheme. five minute rule. sidered under the child instantly There is a great deal of applied work A dispatch from Vienna states that iously injured and her Nicholasville. on burnished silver. Koasutb, the Hungariau patriot, is killed some time aeo near Louis Tho widow of William Makepeace Silver covers nro provided in this day dead. MORELAND, KY., appoin- Thackeray, the distinguished author, of the microbo nnd bacteria. W. D. Marksbury has been Wc have opened up a nice line ot 30 yeara afThe nmbrolla straps of black lonthor ted postmaster at Marcellus, Garrard died at Leigh, Eaflex, just She with silver buckles iu raised work comter the demise of her husband. county. . asylum before mend Three men were killed by the ex- was confined in a lunatic Salve boxes, now that winter is here, which threw a heavy cloud his death, plosion of a saw mill boiler near aro bronght ont in 6ilver. ivory, glass, over the last years of his life. Ohio. pearL Wash Roberta, of Union Springy enamel and haB finally announWc arc daily rcceivingjour Fall" Goods, which wc arc marking Evan E. Settle Tho new toothbrush holders nro sim Israel Johnson, candidacy for congress against Ala., waylaid bis rival, ever. ced bis plified by a standard bar attached to tho i down lower than as he and Roberts' sweetheart were Col. Breckinridge. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. Wc will save you round baso and supporting a round from church and killed him with Willie Waldrop, of Birmingham, money. band above. young Ala., fell from a flying dutchman and an ax. Roberts then persued the --tafWc are openingjup a splendid line of Fall.MilHncry. Russia leather folding cases lined with lady, but she ran and probably saved red plush contain six eeisKors of varying was instantly killed. We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. got bo. B Another pocket book snatcher Sat- her life by doing committee on coinage, sizes with raised work handles. They are enough to make a woman's mouth The House the extent of the law at Louisville BLUTG will report favorably on the Bland Bill, water. yeara in the pen. urday, ten coinage of silver now Pen handles of dark pearl aro finely An Oldham county woman six days providing for the requires that cut and havo tapering ends of raised sil0 after confinement, burned her baby iu held in the treasury. It Tho most dainty pen nnd the secretary of the treasury shall imme- ver work. ribbed mother of pearl aro the stove and eloped with a showman. on the pencils of A farmer unloading hay with a light diately issue silver certificates Ciramounting to $55,150,- - thought worthy of cas's. Jewelors' ed pipe in his mouth started a fire which seigniorage silver, cular (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn.) destroyed 10 business blocks at Bellevue, 6S1. RAILROAD TIES. The L. & N., directors passed the Mich. actual dividend, though a statement was issued The amount of gold coin in Tho Pnllman Pnlaco Car company The nute-me- employs 14,C3.' persons, circulation in the world is estimated by saying it had been earned. ihowa a surplus of S1.10S.102 for Ungino 099 of tho New York Central the Bank of England officials to be about the six months ended December 31, holdd tho record of 100 miles an hour. 865 tons. Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year period in Catherine Ketchum, a prominent against $1,945,541 for the same Heretofore it has been necessary for a b rweryed as an pastienger on a Pullman car to hold two and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. W. 0. T. U. woman, has been convicted 1S92. The money will tickets beforo he could purchase a drawat Lansing, Mich., for sitting for an ob- emergency fund. Senator Camden corrects the reports ing room in ono of their cars. One can scene picture. get a drawing room on the presentation Virginia J. G. Burton, William Gay and the that members of the West will refuse to vote for of one first clasa ticket. Ik fore you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than in Congress latter's son, John Gay, wete lynched at The winter travel on the Adirondacks the cheapest. Wilson Bill. He urges immediate Russell, Kan., for the murder of Fred the d din-io- n of tho New York Central action and says the democratic party Iihb L. WITHERS, Salesman. W. Dinny last July. o that tho company lnw put on committed itself to a revision of the tar- night service with through sleeping car Tho Ways and Means Committee comply with its service from Now York to tho Adironto report that portion of the Tariff iff, and that a failnre to disastrous. dack mountains and Montreal. relating to the internal revenue b a pledge would bo Bill Jndue Bradley, of tho U. S. circuit The moat farcical rumor affecting railmeasure. asperate case of JihIkh Annie Wilson, of Henderson, aged court, has decided in the drawing $72 roads that has been started iu some timo Dealer In- Michigan, who is is that which says that tho Now York Gve, has juct died from the eilects of a Loni?. of disability and Central is trjing to securo control of tho for total pet terrier's bite which was received month pension through to Chicago. Both $5,000 ft year from his State aa judge.a Erio system ago. over two years naa no ngm iu companies deny it emphatically. Between 200 and 300 women and that one commissioner a case adjudicated by a former children were burned to death in a fire NKW ADVERTISRHKNTrt. fraud is charged. which destroyed a temple at Ning Ho, commissioner unless -- During the past year tho suspensions And agent for China, December 8. 150 out COOPER, near Paris, Mo., among National Banks were II. James B. Baker, or 4.09 per cent. Tho (suspension of says that from Beven bows ho has raised to the olfice of I. a r.indlilitfl for 219 in 5,024, or 4 County Cleric and will appreciate you nupport. and sold $930 worth of hogs in twelvo SUto Banks numbered Saturday, March 3, 1894of Democratic primary .50 per cent. Of private banks 177 ont gDisk Studcbakcr Wagons. Dicks' Feed Cutter, Dayton Cross-cu- t months, and still has tUosows. stealing 3, 4S0 suspended, or 4 4S per cent. Of Harrow and Brown Cultivator. Itedwine plead guilty to D. S. which failed SO have $130,000 from the Gato City National tho National Banks 54; of private At the oMitand ol J. II. Green, Id Bank of Atlanta, while he was assistant resumed; State Banks, cishiur, and was given six years iu tho banks, 23. Hu3tonvillo, - - Kontucky, pen. Would be clad to tee hit numerous friend and FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. thow them his tocU of goods coiunting of furniMen in the train service of the SanHardware, lluggle. and Panning saltwo horses were added to tho ture, Saddlery, Give him a call. Sixty ta Fe in Colorado have received no i76m Implements. lilacs Smith hhop for rent, located on Colleue, Will be delivered right at your door on the following days or the day ary since last October, and many of them 2:15 list during last year. shop Joseph Coffey bought in tho East and Mam Streets, Ilustonville. Ueit located can thereafter. You will not be disappointed. It will be out yourjway and their familiea are on the verge of In the est end of Lincoln co. Good smith at 2jc. lookinr for. Apply to me get all the work he is End a bunch of fat cattle starvation. as follows: in lIu.loa.llle. only one smlh G. A. Adams sold to Cotron, of The Adjutant Goneral of Florida Every Monday Crab Orchard and, Preachersvlle Pikes a bunch of mountain cattle at 2c. has notified the State militia to be preTHE COMMERCIAL ilLOCK ;. Every Tuesday Mill Pike Rockcasin Dudderar's -J- ohn Murphy bought pared for action, and there are grave Every Wednesday mill tle, a bunch of mountain cattle at 2 LancastcOPikc doubts that tho cents. will take place in public. Every Thursday Danville Pike One hundred and nineteen horses The bounty paid to sugar planters Two doors above Alwsys on band Hustonville Pike Every Friday Maid's record for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1893, have btaten Goldsmith Every Saturday The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? Somerset Pike amounting to 19,000,000, and 371-- 2 per Every Saturday On tre recently cut down in Tulare Can be had in the market. I'ricss lowtr than the Stanford cent of this amount was paid to 40 augar in diameter at lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and .".".Every Wednesday producers. It ia estimated that the county, Cal., waa 33 feet Rowland examine before buying MARV DAVIS DUDDERAR. bounty this year will amount to fully the bua. ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. Manager. Mrs. Kate Uuddtrar, Stanford, Ky, Adim W. Carpenter bought of B. G. $12,000,000. , drunk. FurniShingS at .Jic. ! All Calieos 5 Cents. i n W.-.-C LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAITFORD, Ere., - KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, thenv-olves- Dry Chilli-cothi- e, Corn Wanted. PBEWITT. ii B. K. WEAREN, nt Dealer ii Carriages, Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, dele-gatio- n Get His Prices hasin-creat-e- de-cid- J. K. VANARSDALE, re-op- Hardware, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Queensware, &c. 7, GEORGE Tho Old Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, - CARPENTER, well-know- n Pu-laek- i, Corbott-Mitcho- ll Post-Offic- y Ltrm .2, ' jf- - gt gTTf '" "TJfrJTp 7 'Vfii" raf-rg- jl t'.VZVW Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal KY., .jANI'AKY 16, 1894 Wanted. week. Btreet. Mrs. Mr. B. M. Archer, who baB just atMr. Joki. J. Wai.kbr, who was trustee Boarder, by the day or Main for Mrs. Catharine Ulackerhy, qualified tained his majority, hna gotten out liJ. M. Ueazloy, ' on Saturday as administrator of her es- cense to take Misa Bettie Elmore, a Et 6TANF0IU), .1 E. C. Walton, business Manager WEAH8 BUSINESS. Buy your ncliool hooks nnd school sup pi lea ol nil kitulH nt A. 11. Penny's. Watch k, clocks nnd jewelry ropnired nml warranted. Engraving n specialty, at A. 11. I'enm'H. Tiik largest stock ol Drills, Medicines, Perfumery, Paints nnd Wall Paper nt A. U. I'cnny'B. Prescriptions n speclal-t- y. PERSONAL POINTS. Mns. I.mii.v Jonkh la vtHitltift her children in Piiioville. Mas. Ann Wicahkn returned from Lex- Monky to lonn on blue gross farms nt tate, with Mr. IJ. F. Hudson, of Lancas 0 per cent. J. W. HenniuKsSonc, Room ter, na surety. 11) Kenyon Il'ldg, Louisville. Fob Salb oh Uknt. My desirable property on tho corner of Main and Mill Tiik Somerst Reporter aaya the counStreets and adjoining Mrs. Mollie Wrny's cil will put cells in tlie hose houses for Will give a bargain in either case. Mrs. its prisoners nnd thus snvo $500 n yenr Mary Mntheny. in jailer feea. A coat of paint applied to tho founFon iient Cottage next to Hev. W. tain would be liko taking n stitch in K Kllia aud the old Helm house nnd -- 5 time. It would savo more than nine by ncres of land for cultivation. Harvey preserving it from tho niBt that is covHelm. Apply to Miller & Sowder. ering it all over. Ki Gaines had a number of his StanOn account of the serious illnessof Mr. ford friends to "storm" him Friday Loo T. Yeager, Cnpt. Tom Yeager's fathnight nnd he entertained them in a roy- er, the foot ball game, which was to have al manner. A splendid lunch was serv- been played hero Saturday afternoon ed at 10.30 which waa both relished and with tho Hedgeville Eleven, was indefienjoyed by his imcst. nitely postponed. -w m comely damsel of 10, to wifo. Tho will be said at Mr. E. Foloy's on cerr-mo- ny Jk Stanford Female College, J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. the 17th. There's n justice of tho penco in 23d, 1894. Smith county, Kan , whoso wedding formula closes, "What this Court hns put Full corp of Conservatory anl Normal School techerj. Superior eounei in Literature, Muile dJ An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogue and circular fumlihed on application. together let no man puf, asunder, suffer little children to come unto you, bo he'p W. B. McKiscney. us God," J. VV. IIOCKER. George W. Ilnrvey, of Viuoland, O, New Firm of- while celebrating hia golden wedding. kissed on the head one of his grand children, who waa present. A hair got into his mouth and lodging in his throat caused n severe coughing spell. He suf(Successors to McKinney Bros.) fered greatly and finally broko a blood vessel from which ho died. -- Sprlnjj Session Tuesday, January McKINNEY & HOCKER DE ATH ' SDOi N GST" Mr. I). B. Campbell, whoso illness Tin: regular settling time is nt hand Sevkiial of tho candidates for jailer hna been mentioned govern! times, died ington yesterday. nnd I seucerely hope my customers will agreed on court day to meet here SaturSaturday morning at 3 o'clock of that Mn. J.T Oauso.i is hero on his rounda not delay in settling with me. I need day and east Iota who should stay on or dread dUense, consumption, Ho was n : : : 2STEW : I to Bee tho merchants. money aud trust that this hint will be get off the track, but after looking a round member of the Presbyterian church nnd Miss Jkn.nik Wkht, of Gnrrnrd, has HUllicent to make you coino aud pay We solicit your patronage and guarantee satisfaction. Come and each thought hia chances so rosy that he was a kind hearted, good man. Mr boon the guest of Annlu Monefeo. mo. II. O. Ilupley. refused to leave them to tho casting of n Campbell wns n painter by trndo nnd see us at the old stand. Very Truly, McKinney & Hocker. In Cincinnati the betting on the die. came hero from Washington county u Tiik New YorK World's doctor says light is even money. Tin: barn on the 1'axton place, filled year or so ngo and worked till unable to II. J. McHuiikkth went to Middlesboro that tliia prescription will cure the grip: with hy belonging to Tilford Meseer, do so. A wife nnd two young children of quinine, thirty-siSulphate grains, yesterday to recuperate for two weeks. is camphor, six graiua, extract of belladon burned Friday night. Theio was about turvive him nvd they will likely go back CiiAitLiK Cuitn, of Williamsburg, nn, t lire) grains. To be made into $2,000 worth in it upon which there was to her home nenr Mncknville. The vifiting his Bister, Mrs. J. Hell Gibson. in the Phu.nix for $1,500. were tnken toMncksvilloSnturdny Mim Makv Kay hns been very HI nt twelve pills, nnd take one every three nn insurance The origin of tho fire ia unknown. nnd Sunday were entered in tho family hours. MrB. S. M. 0enB, where she went ou n The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your was no insurance on the barn burying ground. visit. Paid Mr. C. I) Thompson, adjustir There was worth Boveral hundred which A note from Mr. W. F. Ramsey inuMnJ.A. Chaitkli, hns resigned ns for the I.ondon, Liverpool nnd Globe, dollprs. forms us of the death of his son, Jesse, com- was here Saturday nnd paid J. W. Carsecretary of tho democratic county Owi.vn to the doubt about the consti which occurred at Lexington, Saturday. rier the full amount of his policy, $500, mittee. tutionnMtv of the passage of the local The funeral whb conducted by Eld. Mat- School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and W. Un.L Cowan, of the West Knd, on goods burned lust Monday Sundries of all kinds. are none better nnd no prompter option Uw, the election in tho Crab Or- thews at the Main street Christian hns been visiting his sister Mrs. J. N. Liquors for Medical Purposes. church, after which the body was interinsurance companies than the L. L. A G. chard precinct will likely be postponed Mencfeo. Miw. S. M. Nkwinii, of Whites Sta aud no fairer man than Mr. Thompson. tl!lth law is perfected by tho present red in tho Lexington cemetery. Jesse . Legislature, when it is said nn ell'ort will wns nn unusually good boy nnd had runtion, Madison enmity ia visiting Messrs-TTiik Senate confirmed the nomination he made to have tho vote taken all over ny friemUhere, who will regret to hear I), and O.J. New land. Call and see us. tho K. C, with of John W. Ituut to be Htinaster nt the county on the question of prohibi of liia death. Mn. M. V. Stanford, Friday, and hia bond will be tion. If it is done the hungry orators Henry Kirby, aged 20, died nt Cenheadquarters nt Covingtqn, waa with the next move. Iut make aud nccep will have nnother opportunity to graze tral University, If be had lived to reach friend hero last week, will re11. tunct! with other,'preliminaries in green pastures, while they work oil' hia majority he would have been the Amomi tho grip fltiUerers are J. weeks. Hu it is not likely their old platitudes on the public. richest man in Mercer county, KMur W. 15. K.lis. Tho lat- quire several Paxton and that the transfer of tho otllce will lie Mrs. Caroline Tulbott, tho Quakerwaa unnble to preach Sunday. ter Mii. GkoikiK B. Cooi'rii, familiarly ess prone her, who is known nil over the made Itefure Feb. 10. Mies Si'siK Shannon, who has been known as Thompsy, announces himself country, is dead at Mt. Plensnnt, Ohio. with tho Micwfl Stratib and White for Mor.NTAi.s jurus can and do excuse a in this issue for to the oilice sometime, returned home Saturday. man for minder, but they have no pa- of county clerk. Up to date he hns no church" affairsT Mna. Jeiihy Smith spent last week tience with one who steals. Joe Hen- opposition nnd it is more than probable In tho Inst few weeks 107 persons with her mother, Mrs. It, 11. McKinney, derson, who hna spent n good portion of he will have none for there ia not n have united with tho churches at Willand returned to Jellico Friday Inking hia life in jail here, was twice acquitted tlut man in the county who does not know iamsburg. Our New Carpers are with her Mirs IMle Mclean (livens. of murder, to be finally sent to the pen that he is n monstrous good runner. u The new Methodist church nt Mim Maky Siibliiy, of Arcadia, Linfor stealing. A Hell county jury found 1'lticient ns you make 'em, as gentle as n was dedicated Sunday. It is nn coln county, hna been the guest for n that verdict acainst him last week. child, accomodating in the extreme and elegsnt structure, with n seating capaciof Mr. Kb. Magoffin, week of the family Coop ty of S00 nnd cost nearly $.'50,000. Hkiik's News. Tho Cincinnati En- democratic to the core "Thompsy" nt "Temple Hill." Hnrrodsburg Demor has mndo an oxcelttmt clerk, and The Kith annual convention of the quirer now print their Weekly Issue in Come and see them and get prices. They ocrat. equipped with experience wo predict Y. M. C. A. of Kentucky will bo held in Mn. W. II. IlKHUNahBaconetoCinciii' two sections, each pnge being an Space, thnt he will mnko even a better one the Covington for four days, commencing nati to buy n full stock of groceries and 8 column, extrn largo paper. Tho lirat next term. Feb. 15th.' Fully 300 delegates are exhardware. Hu tella ua that within two section is mailed to cUdi tire early Rev. Pkkrtt'b sermon to men on'y at pected. will open up the largest stock morning trains ov each Tuesday, nnd the weeka he The great Moeqne of Damascus has Known before. All wool carpets from 55c up. second section on each Friday, thus giv- the Methodist church Sunday nfternoon over in Stanford. to 101 on tho subject of the twin evils, "Intem been destroyed by nre. It was one of Miaa Maooyp. Cohen, who has been ing their patrons what is equal K?Call and get the February number of perance and Impurity," waa about two tho most noted edifices of the world. A the guest of Miss Norn Moreland left yet large papers n year, all for one dollar. Moslem tradition has it that the head of hours in length and quite interesting to terday fora few dny'B visit to relatives The old rhyme "With rings on her the well filled house. Ho ia uncompro- - John the Baptist is buried boneath it in after which she will fiueern nnd bells on in tho West Knd, -:- her toes, she makta miaing on the whisky question nnd sajs a golden casket. return to her homo nt Versailles. music wherever alio goes," ia being re- the man who votes to license, the liquor The KeV. Will C. Barnes, son of Itov. Walkik Masoh, Ksq., baa permitted alized. At a dance In New York's up- trailic ia meaner than tho George O.' Barnes, has been prohibited And see the beautiful patterns. tho Times to run up hla name on its per tendom the other other night a numLin- from officiating in tho diocese of Ken In the three years of prohibition in first page as local editor. He baa been ber of the ladies present wore bells on Fifty pieces new Ginghams, Percales, &c, etc. coln it waa stated thnt there woro three tucky on nccount of theological differenon tho Times force aa "tlnhtinK editor" tti'ir slippers, which jingled merrily na killings in the county and during the ces. He will probably enter the for some time. Hia promotion ia mer- the pretty wearers glided gracefully field. same period since it has gone out of efMr. itorious. Williamsburg Herald. through the dreamy mazes of the waltz. fect there have been 21 murders. He ia Tho London Young Women's ChrisMason la tho I. J.'a faithful corresponusing fer- tian Association has 110 brandies, of Thursday bitterly opposed to churches A Plucky Mkskknhkh. dent. wine to celebrate Lord'a Supper, which 10 nro institutions nnd homes. mented ". night aa No. 25 was speeding its way beOait. William Gxiii, of tho L, There ia bought Tho membership is over if spend hia 65th tween Corbin and Woodbine, three mask- nnd saya wine for this purposo ciitnu homo yesterday to nt a saloon, it is like going to hell to sup- nre two gymnasiums, aud drill is taught. birth day with hia wife. The captain ed men appeared ou tho plntform of the ply the Lord's table. On impurity he There nre also classes in cookery nud Will now be made on all Winter goods. We begin now to will hnvo many more birth days to celo express car aud knocked for admittance. hit a Kentucky Congressman n telling dressmaking. brate. if ho takes after hia grambmother, Tho messenger, Mr. James K. Jarvis, Active steps were takn by tho comblow, and gave tho young men a great Mrs. Kliuibeth Geer, who is living, hnle thinking some of the train men wished mittees from the Northern aud Southern deal of good advice Bnd hearty, in Hancock county, Vn., to enter, unlocked tho door, when the Presbyterian church, looking to the men started to rush in. Ipinl to the Held. Tho examining trial of Ed union of tho two bodies. All the aged 1)3. Dw'kiiit Hoot Jr., la back in H. J. occasion, Mr. Jarvis seized his pistol ly- Welsh charged, witli the murder of the committee are snid to be McHoberta' atore. He left two weekB ing close by and fired it into the face of John Chndwell, nt Crab Orchard, wna favor of such n move ago to go on the farm, but ho snyB bis the foremost man, striking him in the held btforo Judge Ynrnon nnd Our $1.50 silk mufflers now Si, our 50c muffler 35c, a few seal ment, and will endeavor to nccomplish tho areaUr nnrt of Fridty nnd father said he'd kill himself tho way he head and causing him and his followers Muffs left, redured from $4 to $2, just half price. Ladies and gents' the long tnlkedof amalgamation. buckled down to work, nnd asked him to fall back. The warm reception cooled Saturday. The proof was about aa stated The two committees of the Northern Cloth gaiters reduced 50 per cent. Comforts and Bed Blankets at a Thoao who know iheir ardor and pulling the bell cord, in our last inane. Welsh aud his wife, aud Southern Preshvterian Assemblies great redoction. to return to town. Our ladies', misses' and children's Cloaks and genhow tired Dwight waa born, can appre- they caused tho train to slow up, when who waa Georgie Butcher, had parted in session nt Birmingham, perfected their tlemen's Overcoats we are determined to sell and if you don't give they jumped ofi" and disappeared in the nnd Chndwell had tnxon up with her. planB for ciate tho solemnity of this joke. in the negro evan- our price we will take yours. d.irknecs. It was n narrow escape for Welsh had sworn to kill him and Mon- gelic work. A joint Board of Missions CITYAMO VICINITY. the company, as there was much money day he armed himself with a alnglo bar- was established, 15 members being from on board, which waa only saved by Mr. rel gun loaded with buckshot and empt- tho Northern, nnd seven from theSouth-eDankb, tho people's Jowelor. Jarvis' pluck. The men were probably ied its contents into tho body of Chad-weAssembly, which will hnve direct aa ho stood with tho woman on tho cottage for rent. J. S, natives; at any rato they were very apA nice control of the work. Our boys' and gents' Boots, reduced 25 per cent, and if that don't parently novices in the business. Since depot platform, Witnesses swore thnt Hughes. lie vs. Hughes nnd Pickett have been close them out we will still cut the price. Our attempt the express cars on tho Chndwell was making no demonstra- conducting the Methodist meeting since Heati.no stoves nt cost nt W. H. Wear-e- n the night trains nre now guarded by men tions and that after killing him Welsh last report nnd hnvo succeeded well in A Co.'b. with Winchesters nnd it is not likely said, "I have dono what I hnve been keeping up tho interest crentedby Mr. Youit account la ready for you. Call that there will be a repetition of the wanting to do a long timo nnd now they Morrison. Tliero was n possibility that Western business of train robbing here. can hang mo if they want to." Welsh the meeting would close last night, but For boys and men must be sold and in fact all winter goods will now nnd settle. McKlnney Rros. swore that at tho time he shot, Chndwell slaughtered in order to clean up for the Spring trade. As soon as DniNK "Padung Java" coffee; someThe firm of Ferris and Hardin was waa trying to draw n pistol. This wns there ia no telling. Several professed re be ligion Sundayjnight nnd a dozen or more the Wilson tariff bill is passed good times will come rushing in upon worked to the tune of $21 25 nnd n 75c. his excuse for shooting at the time and thing now. McKinnoy & Hocker. in shape. We have a lot of odd Lace Curtains and razor the other day by a slick individual his plea emotional insanity. Ho was of Bro. Morrison's converts united with us and we must be Youu nccount will bo rendj Jnnunry who claimed to bo Frank K. Brown of tho church thnt morning. a lot of samples of Carpeting (or rugs to close. A price will be made defeudedby Messrs. W. II. Miller and A 1 jving sisti r in Chritt on these goods to insure a sale. 1st. Call nnd aettle. A. It. Penny. A Reward. And now don t forget that we are Boyle. He presented a $25 check drawn W. S. Burch and prosecuted by H. C, of this: For headquarters for the J. B and P. D. Corsets, the Standard Patterus Boyle National Bunk of Danville Warren nnd J. S. Owsley, Jr., tho latter requests the'publicntion Youu account la copied and do not de- - on the and with G. B. Woodcock's name signed. representing J. B. Paxton, who wns sick. everyone who will correctly solve this and for Table Cloths, Napkins, Towels, Draperies, Dress Goods, &c. lny paying it. W. II. Wearen & Co. Tho check stated that it was for steers After hearing tho arguments Judge Vnr-n- problem: If you sow n grain of wheat We forgot to say that we have a large line of Wool Overcoats that and all.tho product issown ngnin, must be sold. Come and see all that we have Mr, Brown, or whatever his PASBKNciKn train No. 21 ran into Mr. S. bought. held the prisoner in $1,500 bail to nono destroyed, and still ngnin nil tho Shanks sheep on Saturday nnd killod name is, presented this to the junior tho circuit court, which he could not product sown yenr II. nfter year for 100 member of the firm in payment for tho give nnd wns returned to jail. 15. years what will tho harvest bo at that razor and the unsuspecting gentleman Hememuku thnt M. F. Klkin pays tho biting without trouble, handed him timo? Every ono is sowing seeds of MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. good or evil which will multiply to highest cash prico for hldB nnd all kindB over $21.25 of hard earned money. Mr. Freddy Gobhnrd. who used to dance or condemn, "Aa yo sow so shall of fur. Farris, Inter in the day saw tho check, attendnnce on Lily Langtry, is soon to ye reap." What is tho harvest you nro Fon Hunt: My house on upper Mnin. nnd knowing Mr. Woodcock's signature, mnrry Miss Louise Morris, a Baltimore sowing to day? Apply to Reuben nnd aware of the fact that he hid been Mrs. Kato Hay's. Dealers in "43 belle. A very largo crowd attended the in tho south for a month or more, began Miss Caroline Gottfredson, of Ohlca- Williams. Christian Kndeavor Sunday nfternoon, to believe that there was something IT' eo had her lovor, William Harper, ar- - drawn thither in a great measure to hear la n package for "Mrs. F. Streu Til Bits in Denmark, and at onco sent the rested because he pawnod her diamond the solos promised. Miss Mario Warren, bert, Stanford, Ky.," nt Mr. Peter Straub's check to his brother in Danville. The ring she had loaned him. of Danville, has a low, sweet voice nnd which eho will please - call and get. come was unpleasant nows. answer that Invitations have been received here Mr. Woodcock had not returned, his by friends ol the prospective groom to sang "Fleo as n Bird" very acceptably. Tub wenthor continues spring like, wifo knew nothing about Miss Alice Holmes, always pleasing in tho check and Hugh Grover Curran to with occasional showers. The prediction Mr. Woodcock did not do business with the marriago of song, gave "Consider the Lillies"nvith today. Misa Tearl Gildoraleevo at Denver, Col., her usual sweetness of tono and Is that it will bo slightly cooler manner, mown tried a on the 31st. tnat uanic. ino while Miss Lucy Johns sent a thrill ol of the other merchants but none Bud Doble, tho greatest of all driv- delight through the audience Tin shares of the Farmers National number by her of Dsntillesold at public auction of them had tho money(?) ;Healso(o(T-ere- d ers, has Uken unto himself a wife. Tho charming rendition of "Some Pweet Bank Bob Whitley and several other help-mo- et 11 of the McDonald waa Misa Hortense t Danville yesterday at $200; Day." Nine new names were added to K.tlnnal at 1201 and 10 of the Cit darkeys $1 tolidentify him at either of nntml Chicauo Tocaliat. Their bridal J th membership, which has now reach the banks, but none of them had the tour will Include an extensive tour Call and Examine their Stock. Uens National at $104. It bslonRed to ed np into the hundreds. through Europe. serve to comply with his request WingU. tba etUU of J. B. Dealers In Groceries, Hardware Tin- Queens- - Woodenware, &c. NEW GOODS AUID FELICES x DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. m Drugs, School Supplies, The Best Goods For The Least MoneyDEI. S. C. HOCHIEB;, nfcht-Ther- e . Ik-LKT.- The Druggist. lew CARPETS. : Dan-viil- ARRIVING DAILY. Are Cheaper than Ever THE METROPOLITAN, SEVERANCE & SON. bar-keepe- r. ovnn-gelist- lc m HARD TIMES PRICES Cleanupfor Spring&SummorTrade mem-brsj- m ll Winter Clothing m on to-la- y, HUGHES & TATE. ro-wa- FARRIS & HARDIN, Queensware, Glassware, Harness, &c. rot-tu- n Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, T ti . Plows, Wagons,Harrows . fit ' .i-"'A - lWiterfjdMi ifepaji " $Zv&2L'i.,, ... v.. .iv X --v- !? tiHi'UBHttS a- -t &s MMp 525JHJ I Semi-Weekly A- - Interior Journm AT T " Th.3 Floronoa Hotel, JKLIKV When JVilj wm Iok, wo jjnvo hiT CattorK -- Falls Branch Jcllico Goal Oo., Miners and shippers of the OKNUINK Pttbllahod Every Tuoadny &nd Friday gB VJCA.U rVADVAyCIC rWhen not orid $J.bO will be charged."." PKR 'Sspsas " WOMAN'S WORLD 3 Irs. IN PARAGRAPHS. SNKSSKK, M'rf'.TSjyyCS' LITTLE i! - POOH FELLOW. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a. m., it rraia i.aves Rowland at 5:10 p. m. nnoiili Money to Iluj lie W Miitr.l. returning A pain fntwl, Imir stnrvwl boy mine Into a Main t ei't restaurant nlont 7:U0 tint Iln Uni-r- V. lint -- IIo carried a few papers under in- - aim. ,. .i37Pn Mail trim going North He I(Ki'..el cold. Ills shoes were out .., ..........133 P South " ...... it S P ... at the toes, and his stockings had holes South train" ' " North ..33ra in both kmvs. Ho had no overcoat, nnd 93& Lseal freight North ,Jo;p tn he stood shivering nt tho door for a moaouin.. Th litter trains aho carry passengers ment, na if undecided what to do. Then The above it calculated on standard time. Solar ho walked timidly ovor to tho cashier iiae it about ao minutei Tatter. and said, "Pleaso, mum, kiu I eeo if enybody wants t' buy a polper?' QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Tho cashier was about to refuse, when Going North train pass Junction City at fol tho little fellow spoke again: "Please, Vestibule starts 6 a. m. lows: Honda mum, letmnc. Mo fadder won't let 1110 Limited 3 p. m. Local u 55 " a m 3 Limited cum home till I sell all deso papers, an South-- N. O. Vestibule 11 $$ p. m. Florida trade's dead rotten on do street. Pleaso, at p. Limited it p. ra Locil Vestibule arrives S 40 p. m. mum, kiu 1?" There wero tears in his voice, and tho cashier relented. Sho gavo him a penny and bought a paper herself, nnd then told him to go to tho tables if ho wished. Tho little fellow took off his cap nnd tucked it under his arm. Ho walked down between tho tablos and said in a weak lit- tlo voice: "Poipert Enybody want tor buy a ioiper?" Thero were not many responses to this appeal, and ho began a personal canvtss. Stopping at a tablo whero a middlo agod man nnd his wifo wero eating, ho said: "Pleaso, sir, wonchn buy n poijer? Mo fadder'll lick mo 'f I 1 don't sell nil dose, an dey ain't no chanst v " on do street Pleaso, sir, buy one, Msofofely liF L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. o'clock lift nilit. s Hlue-Gra- ss P- - 4 1 Blue-Gr-as m Baking- Rnvifefr won-chu?- I will make two trips dally. The patronage oi the G. A. PEYTON, .public is solicited. J 1 yr. Stanford, Ky 91-- "Buy a paper, John," 6aid tho woman, and tho man gavo tho boy 10 cents nnd A cream of tarter baking powbundle. of tho der. Higest of all in leavening took onoho wentlittlotho nest table, nnd to Then Latest United States tho next, nnd tho next and all down tho strength. Government Food Report. , room. IIo told his talo of woo so well tho end of before ROYATBAKING POWDER CO., thatroom ho ho had reachedono. IIo had had sold every tho 100 Wall St.. Now York. a handful of small change, nnd ho pulled his cap on his hood and started for tho door on a run. "What a pity it is," said tho middlo aged woman, "that fnthors aro so bruI will open on January 16th, 1893. a children havo to Dairy, from which I can supply any quantity ol tal and that such small Jersey milk to the people of Manlord and Row- toil so hard to Bnpportthem in idleness!" land at the olio wring prices, delivered: Tho small boy bolted out of tho door . to cents Fresh Milk, per gallon and straight across tho street. Hero 10 cents Skimmed Milk, pir gallon small boy met him. "Hey, Chim- .... 8 cents mie," said tho eocond small boy, "did 't Butter Milk, per gallon First-Class Pure I nu-oth- er work?" VITAL TO MANHOOD. AxfiRAIM "Betcher life," replied tho first small boy exultantly, "an I got 'null t buy two seats in do gallery fer d' minstrels." Buffalo Express. OUIANTJ Usuod A. . IM4Yf From a Nevr I'olnt of View. Miss Dovecote," said young Spoouer, "that thero havo never been so mauy newly wodded Dn. E. O. WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN TREAT MENT, a epoclflctor Hysteria, Dlzrlness, Fits, Neu- couples at tho English lakes as at presralgia, Ileadnche, Nervous Prostration caused bj ent." alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression Softening of II rain, causing inanlty,mlseiy, decay "Indeed, Mr. Spooner," Baid Miss Dove-cotdeath, Premature Old Age, Barrenness, Loss o" "How perfectly stupid it must be to Power In either eex, Impotency, Leucorrncca nnd at Female Weaknesses, Involuntary Looses, Sperma- others! I can't imagino ono looking at a torrhoea caused by of brain, A month's treatment, IL tnoro foolish sight than a collection of C for IS, by matL With each order for 6 boxes, vrltt I couldn't a will send written guarantee to refund If not cured insipid honeymoon brides. Guaranteed Issued by aeent WEST'S LIVEH PILIJ stand it." curt Sick Ileadache, BiUounews, Liver Complaint "Not if you wero ono of them, Miss Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia and Constipation. ""2l &!? A I "I eeo by tho papers, o. over-exerti- , only by Dovecote?" Stanford A. G. Lanham ill I.; Cattleman. ROYAL insurance Company vOF LIVERPOOL. "Mr. Spoonorl Sir!" "I I I mean, Miss Dovecote dearest will you go to the lakes with me?" "Oh, Mr. Spoon Alonzo this so so sudden so uuox . Yes, AJonzo, I will." Answers. Ara-minta BARBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS,' Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. A. TRIBBLE, Local A?ont, STANKORD, KV. Ilelilml. The dissemination of ideas is slow. Tho light of learning and genius travels at a snail's pace. It was in tho year 1893, A. D., that a maid of Athens Btood with her fellow in a drug storo of her town. "What will you have?" ho asked. "Milk shako." bIio rejoined enthusiastically. And this is a town that was once described as "tho eyo of Greece, mother of art, nativo to famous wits." Detroit Kews-Tribuuo. A Loiik Siege. "I'm ready now," called Mrs. Swizzles down tho balustrado to her husband, who had been waiting half an hour to start for tho theater. "I'm ready, all but my hat." "Well, tell, Maria," shouted back Mr. Swizzles as ho stretched himself out at full length on tho sofa nnd composed himself for a nap, "tell Maria to wako moat 0 o'clock anyway." Chicago Tribune. IlL FOR A Strategic Hoy. "Yon bad boy, you havo raado a greaso spot on tho new sofa with your bread and butter," said Mrs. Fizzletop to her son Johnny. "Never mind, ma, you can sit on it when there is company in tho parlor," replied littlo Johnny. Texas Sittings. UyirssjLL A CLEAN '. Sliavc, Stylisli Hair Cut. Or a Nice, Refreshing Hath Go to Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, Laun- Coining Down With tho Dust- - Hells also agent for the Lexington Steam dry, The Beat in the Country. yX) c below the l with two and a half Other Hood medicines bad failed Will C. to do me any Eood. I malignant breaking out on mv leg I hd a knee, and was cured soundandweh ISEIcfl Uity,, TODEl with nnftw. l.j grnvntcd case of Totter, nnd threo bottle of .. m --Life, Doubtful. Now York Man (in Boston restaurant) Waiter, bring me somo of what that man has 01 er thero. Waiter- - I don't think there will be any left, sir, when he gets through. Truth. cureamopcrinniiciiii. Aljj-Wl a a tsanvUle.l.T. Croo. Onr lrfMlc on BlooJ ami Skin Diseases mailed Bwurr HfECino Co.. Atlanta, ua. t''f . A When sho was a Child, alio cried for Castorli. Surrrxs In Datryln Woman of Cli-a- Orlt. When ana Ixniimo Miss, sw citing to Castor) a. A little look la on my desk. It is When sJie hail ChlMrcu, alio bi vc them CaitorU, caUled "Dairying For Profit; or, Tho Poor Man's Cow." It was written by Mrs. Eliza M. Jones of Brockyille, Ont. She dedicates tho book to tho farmers' CAKE IDA ETS wives of America. Sho tells theso overworked, sad hearted women how they Voted'for at tho Primary, may make bettor butter and a third To be March 3rd. more of it at a less cost for keeping cat-tl- o 1 and with less labor; also how to soil B. HIEUSIION their improved butter for a third more they aro gottiug for it now. All Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of than this Mrs. Jones has learned to do for tho Democracy herself and of herself. Sho mado misW W. HAYS, takes right and left nt first, sho suys, learned from them nnd picked Is a candidate lor alter, subject to the action ot but '" up nnd went on rejoicing. From the dcmociscv. a cow worth o0 she clears aunuall $50 or more. That is an excellent recandidate turn from an investment of ifO, but Is a demociacy. for jailer, subject to the action 01 the from ono of her cows sho mado a clear profit of 19.70. Sho prefers the Jersey SAM M. OWENS, cow. Mrs. Jones has mndo a mnguif Is a candidate toe Sheriff of Lincoln county, subicent success of buttor making in the ject to the acUon o( the democratic ritnary. homo dairy. It is becauso everything is done systematically in her dairy, nnd, above all, sho considers it not "unlady Is n candidate (or Sheriff of Linco'n courty, subliko" for her to snporinteml or do any ject to the action of the democratic pnmJty. needed thing. I havo seen many dairy books, but this littlo volume of less than 100 pages to mo to condense bettoi J. than any other tho wholo story of how Is a Candidate fer Jailer of Lincoln county and to make tho homo dairy succeed. Every atks hik friends not 10 commit themselvei to any at home point, from tho selecting of a good one rise, as he is forced to stay action ol and work. the Demsubject to the Mis candidacy cow to tho selling of gilt edged but- ocratic party. is ter nt tho highest price, is covered. In tho lady's own dairy tho cow feed G. W. is weighed nnd tho cost of it counted. of Tho milk yield from each cow is weighed Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to nnd tested, nnd a record of its quantity he Democracy. and tho amount of butter made from it HI. every year is strictly kept. A cleanliness that would appall hundreds of our Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action slovenly old American fanners and dairy- of the democracy. men is preached from the word "go." Mrs. Jones says sho preaches it most of JNO. all because "it pays." What sho has done any other industrious woman of the Is a Candidate far Assessor, iubjectttc4ine action clear grit can do. If you have not the of the Democratic party. clear grit, you will never do anything. I E. D. am proud of Eliza M. Jones, the helier of herself and others. Is a candidate for re election to the office of Assessor, of If I had tho opportunity to Iecturo to democraticLincoln County, subject to ictton of the party. young men, ono of tho iwiuts I should insist on most strongly would bo that )L. DAWSON, they should never contract tho fearful habit of coughing nnd expectornting. It Is acand'dste for jatier, subject. to the action ol is a habit as unnecessary as it is unpleas- the democracy. ant. Life is mado a burden to refined Europeans, nnd they aro sickened unspeakably when they first como to our la for Jailer, sublect to.nheactionjof country by this habit among our coun- Ha old Jcflersonian democracy.! trymen. Women do not do it. Men do not do it anywhero else in tho world. VARNON, Miss Eliza Work of Henrietta, N. Y., Ia re- - lection'to the offlce of Councandidate for is 100 years old. Sho says: "I havo ty Judge; subject to the action of democratic pardono a big day's work evory day for 00 ty. years, and I oxpect to do a great mauy GIVENS moro. I havo never had occasion to use JAMES spectacles yet, and my teeth are thosamo la a Candidate for County Judex of Lincoln, sub teeth I havo always had. The reason I ject to the action ot the Democracy. havo lived so long nnd kept so well nnd hearty is becauso I never drauk tea or O. P. coffee, aud, above all, never got marIs a candidate for Jailer, eubject tothe actionof ried. My brother lived to bo 101, and the Democratic party. He would appreciate your would have lived much longer if ho had vote. never married." JOHN IYI. JOHNSON Miss Adah Curantt of Norman, O. T., is clerk of tho Unitod States district Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county court. Besides that, sho is a deputy subject tothe actlor-o- l the Democratic party. United States marshal. Lately she capA. tured at Oklahoma City and took handcuffed to Guthrio twodosjwradoes of the Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subworst character. Sho had been ordered ject to tho action of the Democratic party. to arrest them. Sho read tho warrants. They laughed at her. Sho told them if they did not go with her sho would Is candidate summon ever man on tho streets thea democratic for Jailer, subject 10 tho actioncf T. party. wt of Oklahoma City to her assistance. Then they laughed tho other side of tho mouth nnd wilted. Miss Curnutt handcuffed them together nnd telegraphed tho United States marshal at Guthrie: "Meet mo at tho train. I havo llcagan u : and Dolezel." itprts? Miss Annetto Daisy, a Kentucky girl, went in with tho boomers at tho time of tho opening of tho Cherokee 6trip, taking with her a colony of women, unmarried and widows. Tho plucky women estab' L 5 lished themselves not far from Ponca. I ,'f& They havo built two houses nnd a number of temiwrary lints for shelternud havo begun to cultivato their land 180 acres. . p: Tho story of this colony of women will be followed with interest. Miss Helen M. Winslow of Boston is ono of tho most cnpahlo and versatile newspaperwomen alive. I hardly think a woman of any other nationality could do so many kinds of journalistic work as this American girl accomplishes aud iri do it so well. She is equally at homo in writing a description of manual training in tho Boston public bchools or telling women how to dress healthfully nnd beautifully. Miss Winslow is on tho staff of "Comfort," doing much of s its varied editorial work. At tho same n timo sho contributes regularly to the Boston Boacon. Sho has prepared herEL self by constant practico in writing and by laying up a great storo of general knowledgo for tho important work she is now called on to do. I wish moro young nowspaper women would prepare themselves in tho samo way. Womon can do anything they set their -. heads to in the industrial world. .States that intend to roviso their constitutions soon may gather a helpful hint from Colorado. In 1877, when her stato "MOTHER'S FRIEND" constitution was framed, Judgo Broin-we- ll : woman. I hao ttvon a ottered for many years, and In each case of Denver caused to lw inserted irhero "Motlier'a Frletid" had been used it lias therein n clause to tho effect that whenaccomplished wonders anil relieved much iiftering. It is tho lieat remedy for rUlnp ol ever tho legislature chose to submit to the brcajt tuowii, anil worth the prico for that tho peoplo the question of woman alone. Mi, M. M. lliti'HTim, Montgomery, Ala. moasuro should bo adopted by that I can tell all expectant mothers If they will cimplo majority vote of tho citizens of uso a few bottles of Mother's Friend they will tho stato. Tho bill was thus submitted so through the onlcal without any pain and Buffering. Mas. JUY Ukamiam, as provided nnd after tho voto in its Argusvlllo, X. D. . favor all that was left was for tho govMother's lforo nel child. "WillFriend cease Its birth ol my ernor to issuo a proclamation that hero-afteighth never jiralso. women citizens should bo empowaioa. j. r . juuuiik, luiusa, utu ered to cast their ballots. Sent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt it price, fLSO per bottlo. Harper's Weekly says: "That old idea of'givingn $5,000 education to a $500 BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., boy, nnd a 500 education to a $10,000 Aix-irSold by all tlragglsta. OK girl is played out." Eliza. Akcuakd Conner. i:. 31, J0111V r Mrs. J. B. Montgoraory, Prop Original Jcllico Coal. nd sole agents lor Stanford Rowland. OUlce corner ol Depot street and railroad crossing. WIGGINS A WAITS 6 Try iu We are the The best holid In tn city and thn only one with a sample room fer drum mors lispecia attention 5'-to the traveling public Kates $1. Fruit Trees For Sale ! 55S: lri!il --fttll A. S. PIIXCE, SUROKON DENTIST t JOHN Officnover McRoberts Drug Store In the new At our Fruit Farms and N'ursenes one mile West Owsley lluildlng. Stanford, of KinKsville, Lincoln county. We have as fiae a stock of Fruit Trees as any n.au ever handled, and i;ardrn ready ler transplanting uto orchard I'caclirs will thiti'atl Orchards of Apples 1and per hundred be assorted to null customers at 10 The trees arc nice, the ativties the best Kery-thln- c needed to maku home attractive and the Far circulars children happy vrill be found address j. A. M1KUK& CO., Ky. Kings ille, (4 lull stocks cl fruit and ornamental trees, grape vines, asparscus, small Iruits, shrubs, and everything usually found in a nursery eaiabllihiurnt. We sell Jirecttothe planter aud have na agents. Catalogue on application : Orchard, Lawn Garden. lu-r- e Garrard College, H.iMULLKNMKYKK, M-n- n Leatnglon, Ky. PETER HAMPTON, Kn.bsh and Clisneal. For males and fcrrales, : : DK.W.E. PENNY Ocutlst, Lancastor, Kentucky, Office South Mde Main St., In office recently Keit session begins Peb 1, 1844. The course by Ilr, Lee K. llutfman, Stanford, Ky. and icachlng thorough, the buildiugs and grounds vacated Vouur ladies beautiful and rates reasonable loardeil in the College, )uung gentlemen boarded TIIK OLD In the town. For further particulars address the T.D.NEWUND T. 'resident. MIL ION KLLIOFT JACKSON HOUSE, SAM 11 ITow Moat Sh.op. t We have opened on Street a llutcher Shop, where we will keep at all times the best meats lint the cvuntry affords. We will handle nothing but the but and will Ik-pofirtt-class WARNACK.Tror. London, - - KENTUCKY. HATCHER Refitted and refurnished and in every way pre narctl to attend tne antaoi me puuuc Rajes very reasonable SKIM. FOR CASH ONLY, As we ran not keep books. Our customers will be servol In the bett style Jlid we solicit the V alto buy of the publu corn fed cattle aud hog. ANDKKbON CAHK A CO , M jm Manford, Ky. TO THE LADIES. Having secured the services ot Miss Mattie AlI len from nucirtnatt as Trimmer for this sea-cordially latite the ladies to Inspect a car.fully trlectc.1 stoek ol Millinery at prices to suit the limn. The ladies are invited to are my nice, icw line ol Stara pod Linen and Kmhtoidery Material MISSLICCIE IIKAZLKV, Stanford, Ky m, DEIIOKI) thi-acti- k1 F. ELKIN, PUBLIC OF SALE FINS LIVE 8TOC. I will sell at public auction at my horse tiear May wood, on the Otltnhpim pike, 011 TH 1 P.O. MILLINERY. at the post-oftic- BRIGHT rooai and see the Larppst and Boat Sotoctod Stock Of Millinery in lawn. bound to please you. iu The goods and prices arc KENNEDY,: Thursday. Jan. 18, 189., My stock consisting of f head of brnd tiaret, j ol them in toal by jsck and one by horse, i workhorse and one work mule, 6 milk cows, two with suckling calves, a heifer, 49 cv.es and a souimiown Dues, 4 kiwi ami pigs, an ettra nue v months-ol- d boar, j thoats, 150 pounds, each, Ac 1 HUMS -- fal will be made on a credit ol 6 oonths with 6 csnt. interest on noie with ap proved security JAMLS DUDDIKAK, P Chandler, auctioneer 87 Maywood, Ky J. MRS. I' T COURTS. V. it Commercial McKINNEV, I Hotel, KY. JOHN BAILEY, XTotioo -- Contlomonl Bar in Connection. have bought above meniienedllotel at and have attached a First-Cla- ss Bar and Pool Room. WAIXACE E. W. lok out for the H0WLAND HOTKL I have ten ed the litis ht Kerrill properly aed have It ncely fixed up. .xy rates are Ji per day. Have A First-Glas- s Have repaired and 'refurnished the Hotel and am better than ever Prepared to Accommodato the Public. H-ul Come one, come all. Satisfaction guaranteed or or one of my clerks will meet money refunded all night trains. Thanking my friends lor past so.lcltiog a continuance, I am and Miyr J W, CARRIER 1 rt line JES attention to Commercial Men. and Feed Stable attached. I'. W. GHLEN. I'roprietor. ROUT, Manager. HUFFMAN Mrs. J. J. Kendall, THE 60FFEY HOUSE Stanford, Ky. Fly Shuttle Practical CARPET WEAVER, lias lately (.urchased the celebrated .fANFOIlD, KV., JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Ik Newcomb lint-clas- Loom, J. GIVENS And is prepared to do all kinds of Carpet and Rug Weaving. I'aucy weaving on Shawls, Mulfurt, guarantee Ktc Call and eiamine my work, s work at lew pricrs. 16-j- m This Hotel, renovated and relurnlshed. Is now ... .. l..aaa h.I t 1......, ... ..m., not only maintain Its high reputation, but to add ... tions for commercial travelers thedltplov of samples. .AIFIrst-Clas- s and fine rooms for Saloon J II. SOWDER. & :- DINK FARMER R.- - MMR 7 Asd BILLIARD and POOL HOOMS attachtd j7-JOSKI'H COFFKY. tt V II. MILLUK. MILLER SOWDER, Dealer In REAL STANFORD. - ESTATE KENTUCKY. Groceries, Candies, Doalors and Brokers, Office Inttrior Journal lluilding Fancy Goods, ? U 1 r Y Fruits, &c. Desires to thank you for your patronage during the year which is almost gone and asks a continu ancc during the coming year. When Hungry try one of his PROPERTY FOR SAHi. Fine lllue Gran Farm ol and finely impruveu., '. 1 r' Q - jjS acres .on pike Offered 28; iL 4, 1 at liw prio. Farm of 100 aciea, finely Improved 4 4. Fine lllue Grass Farm, of 105 acres, In high state ol cultivation, well lmpravcd;ollercd low c. Farm of 141 acres, near R. R. station. Good bUc grass laud; will tell cheap. u O O essy -h J3- ii 2' 7. lllue Gran I'arm ol ija acres, on pike, two mil, s from Manlord; goo I laud; low price and on easy terms. lllue-grass 8 to j Town lets in Stanford In areas to suit purchasers. 1 ' 25CTS MEALS And you will certainly go back and try him again. acre fino fnrm win esce lent 17. Ninety-thre- e mill, dwelling and other on pike, 4 miles from htanlord. . Large blue grass larm, capable of division 34 Into smaller farms. Desirable In every particular. Offered low and on very easy terms. frame building; well finish6. Good ed on Maiu street, in Eastern part of Stanload, 15 lect front, aoo back. J Will tell at a bargain. two-sto- ry V a; Small farm of 19 acres on Hanging Fork, Will eachatige for small house and lot or sell at low price on easy terms. ao. Small farm ol lo acres, wclllmproved, at a bargain. 3 THE RILEY HOUSE am betta- miles Irom Stanfcrd near nice CURES RISING 31. Farm of to acres on Hanging Fork, F. D. BILiEY.lProprletor, Turnrrsville Fine lilue grassland, fronts on pike, with good improvements and London, - - - Kentucky. young orchard. Price low, BREAST clilld-bcrln- than ever to accommodate the public ood Livery attachod and every convenience dt sirsd. Give me a call. I have moved to my new llotelland ..FRANK RII.ltY. I5.f? mld-wlf- o Buf-rn- go "W &' tfRV-.. i 3a. Hotel, store house and cottage, nicely and conveniently located, near depot in Loudon, Ky. Nine rooms in dwilliDg, four rooms in collage. More house of3 rtoins. All new buildings Also good barn. Lot aoo x 300 feet Fine location lor store tnd hotel. Will sell cheap an t on easy terms. JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. YEAGER & YEAGER, LIVERT, FE.D AND v sr v PWk m Y. loth STABLE, llaHssW f- ot Ky. University, BT er " awarded MEDAL AND DIPLOMA THE ".v"--- 7" rrt-ldcil- r SF cornraioHTio. STANFORD, run. lornmerciai Loliege Lexington, Ky., was EXPOSITION, Weare In our new stable in the Opera Blockland are well supplied with House Aud (Jrneravl Hualneaa Ktlueastlots. tc. Coat to comiilete liuatnessCourau'ttioutr-JO- , Including tultlon.booka and board. I'hpnoernphy. Typo Writing and Telegraphy tauirht. For circulars, address. l, K-- For Nvatem - WORLD'S COLUMBIAN orUook.br-plii- K NEW RIGSAND HORSES nrnouts will leave the stable. Have been purchased and r-, W. HHlTlI, alDKtou, K. Give tlicin a Call. 'f.4 ,t f v, r A ..'.