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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894011901 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. r3&& Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 19. 1894. NO. 92 LIBERTY. Mies Sidney StMiflll cloned her echool near Piennant View last Ttiusdny. Mrs. John L. Whitehead gave a dinner Inst Friday to a number of her married frionds. On account of the mild winter we have left on hands a fine line of If any train robbery whs attempted Men's Heavy weight Cheviot suits, all late styles, which must be in our county lost Thursday night no closed out in the next 30 days one lieru has over beard of it. The grand jury ia In session and certainly if it is u fact aoinu of our olllcers would Miss Alice Williams, from Junction have heard something about it. City, nnd MIhs Belle Coulter from Thursday John Mooru and George were visiting their cousin, Mrs. In order to do this, prices must do our talking. $1 1 cheviot suits will Parker began a bcuIIIo in fun but before go at $8 S14 cheviot suit will go at $9.50 $15 cheviot suits at Sri.-50- ; angry and Mooru James Gibony, last week. it was over became ship to those who havo displayed their D. G. Portman and O. II. Bowman S18 suits at S14; $17 suits at S12.50; $16 suits at S13; Mens', cut l'arker in tho arm with hia knife. on Lexington street. valor upon the field of battle ? With a VVe propose aro preparing to run a store on Casey's youth's and boys' overc ats at cost. closing out the An ellbrt is being made to establish Drs. Adkins and Finloy dressed tho plume in his helmet anda sword at hia a lodge of the Knights of Honor in LanCreek. Liberty has tiad tier full quota above goods, so call and see our goods at once and be convinced that wound and he is doing well. knee, a cousin of a veteran could strut of drummers for the lost few days. In Uiu death of Captain H. L. Myera caster, and the promoters aro mooting this is the time and place to make your purchase. tho streets with impunity and bid the W. W. Wilkinson went to Atlanta, Whitley county loses one of her beet with much success. About forty petiboys and colored folks clear the track Georgia, with a car load of mules last citizens. Although ho had uot been with tions have been secured thus far. nnd make way for his comingl! For if .Suit was filed by Gen. Landram, atweek. Judge Myers started to the same us long thoao who know him loved him. not a hero himself, ho is a distant relaHe would havo been 75 yearn old Jan. torney, in tho circuit court on the 17th place with another car load on Monday tive of one, and as Biich is entitled to bo "0.r and leaves a wifo and six children to hist., asking for a s.uo of HO acres of land evening tho 15th. obeyed aud respected accordingly. Hut in the edge af town claimed by the heirs Last Sunday was regular meeting mourn his death. seriously, do not such organizations help day at the Christian church. A good Court ia progressing nicely and of Abuer linker uu ler the provisions of to keep alive a recollection of evunts that Judge Morrow will get tho docket well his will. size audience was in attendance to hear ought to be forgotten ? We aro one peoMr. Hiram It. Hiatt died at the resa very Bble sermon as usual from Elder cleaned up this court. Theru aro no ple, living under tho same constitution very important casea to try but a long idence of Mrs. 11. 0. Kaufimau thia J. Q. Mong mery. That's what, and if you don't bcleive it see our new assortment of and laws; all equally Interested in the McClelland Wheat resigned as sher-i- fl docket of misdemeanor cases and email (Thursday i morning about 5 o'clock. He goods for 1894. maintenance of the government, and of Cosoy county lately, and A. J. Gibcivil suits. Win. Halns was sent to tho had a severe case of pneumonia, but got is no reason to doubt the patriotony, being appointed to fill tils pluce, out too soon and had a relapse, which there lcn one year for house breaking. ism of the men of the South if their was sworn in on Monday. He will still Mr. I). 1. Wliltaett retutned from proved fatal. No arrangements have should over be needed in the field. retain Deputy A. P. Young. Poun., last week where ho has been on been made yet aa to the burial. He "The Union, one and inseparable," Clel Randolph waa brought beforo businejui. Col. W. O. llradley and Judge leaves a wifo and four children. should be inscribed upon every banner, Judge Myera Tuesday's Courier Journal on the 15th for examina stated Alcorn were with us last week attending that Gov. McCreary had called at tho and Its defenders should and would tion for shooting at a party on Shuck's Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Bronzes, Spectacles ni d anycourt, also O.O. Williams and Judge come from North, South, East and West Creek Christmas night. thing and everything in the Jewelry line at Tho examinaof Mt, Vernon, Judgo James II. department in Washington and made a alike. tion was continued until the 27th, on acTinsley and John Hays, of Harbourvillu recommendation for postmaster at LanTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. count of one of the wounded, Geo. Lane Mr. Johu IJ. Fish, of I'iuuvillo, is visit caster. The dispatch did not state who being unable to attend. tho lucky one was, but tho general imlug the family of Mr. K. F. Arthur. By a vote of 52 to 'M tho Houbo reThe venerable A T. Royaltry, SS Tho M. :. church revival closed last pression is that Mr. James Hamilton fused a third reading of the bill to inThis makes will be named in a few days. Tho comyears old, has been sick lately but is now week with 31 additions. STANFORD, KY. crease tho jurisdiction of magistrate's up and going around. Ho was postmasabout 'JOO additions to tho churches of mission of Miss Ella Watson the present courts to $200. for 32 yearn, having held the position Williamsburg in tho last four months. incumbent will expire ;ou the 15tli of An act making tho carrying of con- ter as long as nble to attend to its duties, is preaching a se- next month. Kev. J. X. Preatidgo cealed weapons a felony, punishable by Missed Mary and Georgia Miller enwhen ho voluntarily gave it up. Ho was ries of sermons to young people especial. confinement in tho penitentiary for not ly on Sunday evening. The Christian En- tertained a few of their young friends Icsb than one nor more than three years, one of the first settlers of Liberty. Tho now hotel, though not fully deavor .Societies of this section will hold Monday evening. Col. W. S. Ferguson is before tiie House. equipped with furniture yet, is runuing an annual meeting hero sometime in was hero this week and rotnrned to Cov- Hon. Harvey Helm's bill requiring ingtou today. Mr. J. Mort Uotnwell February. The year past has been to us all a stringent one in money matters the officers of incorporated turnpikes to as Its predecessor uiu in days of yore. Kev. W. J. Johnson, who was for has returned from Missouri. Col. Gro. make regular reports and settlements Though it haa very much improved ar and for that reason I have been very lenient toward those whose acthree yearn pastor of the Baptist church T. Mason has returned to Chicugo. Mrs. with the county court was debated at chitectural surroundings, yet it is as- counts were due in July. Now suming its old homelike welcome ap at this placo and the Iliat principal of Gresliam has gone to Texas to spend length and parsed by tho House. pearance. Harry Rains presides with the Williamsburg Institute, died at tho several months. Miss Smith, of WinMr. Hay's bill to create tho office of home of Simeon Hambuck near George- chester, is tho guest of Miss Minnie El- "Kentucky Dairy and Food Commission- ability as clerk; Isaac Sweeney, of color, town laat Sunday morning. Mr. John- liott. Miss Lula Bryant is visiting in er," at a salary of $1,200 a year, was re- one of the ancient fixtures, in again at his son had been in bad health lor n long Chicago. Mrs. Boden, nee Misa Lizzie ported adversely and was refused a sec- post and making himself generally useful. Banks and individuals have money to loan and I urge those who owe George E. Stone, after a week's me to come and settle at once. I need the money, it is due me and time and his death was not unexpected Walker is visiting her aunt Mrs. Geo. ond reading, as it should have been. in Louisville, returned home on I want it. Dr. A. Denny. Ho leaves a life and one child. Notwithstanding tho ndverso report The question has beon pertinently Monday. R. T. Pierce will visit the city Gatllil and J. P. Mahan of this place atof the committee a second reading was asked whether or not statesmanship ia on business booh. William Whipp left tended hia funeral, which took placu given to Mr. Bockner's bill to releivo not a thing of the just. Politicians are Monday. Monday morning for Owensboro, where married women of the property disabilias thick as the leaves of the forest and ho expects to make his future home, To my customers for their patronage of the past and hope to ever Christian College Notes. Mr. Helm made a ties of coverture. the woods are full of meu claiming to An old colored man, Fielda Crawford, merit vour confidence. speech against the bill. possess the qualities necessary to a just adv. of dropay Monday night. Charlie In response to a resolution of in died Additional rooms have been fitted comprehension of tho conditions of the Sharp, who has lain so long and has been quiry, Auditor Norman told tho Uoubo and furnished in Christian College, so country a d the remedy for tho evils bo low witli typhoid fever, is now un bo accom- that beset it. It is uufortuuato that a that his clerical force numbers nine per- mistakably now a few moro boarders can improving with flattering sons, who draw salaries amounting to modated. large majority of those who are prospects of an early recovery. $13,700. The inquiry Lowia Francis, of Jollico, entered under the guise of statesmen, he wants to increase wad made because Candidates aro now stirrine around the expense $2,000. Christian Collego on Monday. Seven-tee- regard the distribution of otlicea ha the for the forthcoming contest. Not many Gov. Brown has nominated for apcfc pupils have ontered since Christ- acme of political sagacity, and base their pointment as members of tho Board of candidate on tho democratic sido are mas, and many moro aro expected. claims to public favor upon their success Commissioners of tho Kentucky Institu- yet spoken of. In the republican ranks Mr. Goo. Stone, of Liberty, paid a In that particular. Tho literary world is tion for the Education of Deaf Mutes for wo have the followiug: For county atshort visit to hia niece. Miss Amanda aillicted with a like brood of intellectual a term or sir years from Jan 10, 1S'J4 torney, tho present incumbent, Q. Clay Stone, on Monday. Mr. Stone ia an ac pretenders, who by sheer imprudence Joseph II. Thomas, James L. Allen, S. Godbey, and M. E. Tarter; for county coiuplished gentleman, and one of the are making the welkiug ring with their Win. E. Rains nnd Esjudge, V. Rowland nnd L. W. Hudson. best lawyers in this purl Ky. clamorous pretensions to greatness; while quire John M. Tilford; for county clerk, Miss Mollle Harmanpaid the College in truth and in fact there is not a W.T. Humphrey and Dr. I. O. Dye, DANVILLE. , a call on Monday, She has just cloned single poet or writer of fiction, with John Henry Thomas of Duuuville is ru(Advocate.) most prosperous school at Jellico a a few exceptions, whose produc Julia, daughter of Prof, and Mrp. mored to be a candidate, but we have no Miss Mollio enjoys an enviable reputa tious are worth the paper upon which Joen W. Redd, died after a long illness. notice of the fact. For BheritT Win. Clay tliey are printed. Hill Nye, Bret Hurte, tion hb a teacher, and intelligent lady. Alex Prattler, tho negro, who broke Adams, a late efficient deputy, has con Tho School of Method, for teachers, James Whitcomb Kiley and otherd of into Routen's store at Junction City, sented to make tne race K his party so will open on Jan. 22nd. All, who want like ilk, who regard bad spelling and n nominates. For assessor we hear of no ZELwas given 10 years in the pen. -- A.to fit themselves for examination, and disregard of the rules of grammar hs evaspirant as yit on the republican side. Mr. Luciou M. Gregory, of Washingthorough pchool work, should not fall to idence of genius, are ill the saddle and ton county, and Miss Sallio L. Ewing, of On tho democrat side wo aro informed attend. Tho Course embraces every, the howling of tlie wolves and barking Boyle, were married Wednesday. that the present hustling incumbent, II. of tho prairie dogs of Colorado are uot a thing taught In public schools. The city authorities, in order to bo L. Davenport, is a candidate for Miss Mary A. Thomson lias accept- circumstance to tho noise they are keep prepared for a possible invasion of small tion. We understand that the republied a position in 0. C, and will begin her ing. James Whitcomb Kiley aspires to pox, havo opened two vaccination sta- cans will decido the matter sometime in beginning of 2nd term. be the Robert Burns of America. Junius work on Jan. March by primary elertion. tions. Miss Mary taught in Christian Collego has very greatly overestimated his abilThe grass is growing, birds singing, A Commnicatio.v. There aro more for several years, and also in Daughters ity and it is hardly necessary to say that nnd peach and maple buds swelling as loafers in Stanford than the law allows. College, when thatouco famod Institu- for centuries alter he has passed away though it wna spring-time- . " Fruit men FOR tion of learning, wns enjoying its me- and been forgotten, the fame of Itjbert are fearful of the consequences if this What's the matter with a "vagrancy sale" to dispose of tho surplus? Men ridian glory. Sho will bo gladly welcom-e- Burns will be aa bright nnd enduring as warm weather keeps up. who toil not, neithor do they spin, have back to tho scene of her most efficient it is to day. R. D. Bruce sold his crop of tobacco been otherwise than ornamental to the "The frost ia on the puukin labors. As a teacher, and as a discipliin Louisville at from $3.50 to $15.75 per And the corn is in the shock" corners of thia progressive city for In our line. narian, bIio ranks among tho host in Prescriptions compounded accurately from the very hundred. Ho had 13,000 pounds, which street Kentucky. Iaa specimen of James Whitcomn'a po- ho raised on nino acres of laud, bringing many consecutive years, the exact numetical genius worthy of a moment's ber of which the oldest inbnbitant is not $150 per aero. Farris & Whitley bougLt Thatltho Wisconsin Cou RBMBMnsn. simply from the fact that it on to. Through the columns of tho lots of cattle at 3 to 3c. tral has tho unqualified ondorsemout of calls attention to the season of the year, several Journal allow the attention of Prompt attention given to all customers. Come and see our goods. Nineteen cases against W, K. Vow-elllino be- when pumpkin piea are in order aud all, it being the moat popular the the proper authorities to bo called to tho of Lexington, charging him with vitween Chicago and Milwaukee and St. com is sheltered from the blast. Otherpropriety and extreme necessity of a Minneapolis and tho Northwest wise, it would be difficult to surmise olating the local option laws, were dis- "vagrancy sale" at once. Foutv-thrkPaul, bemissed. Vowolls is tho Lexington agent it is recognized aa the Pullman Line what necessity there ia for calling the Votkrs. of a Cincinnati brewery and sold beer to AshHI Druggist, Stanford, Ky. tween Chicago and Milwaukco and attention of tho poetry reading world to L. M. L., submits this solution of tho colland, Duluth and Lake Superior pointa. a physical fact that was apparent to parties in Danville, the money to be lected on delivery by the express agent Hawaiian troubles: I reccommend to That the Wisconsin Central touches the farmers and tillers of the soil generally. here. The judge decided that the Bale President Cleveland to ship lion. W. O. pointa in Wisconsin, most prominent A suggestion has been made lookmore business centora than any ing to on organization of the "Sons of was made in Lexington, the superior P. Breckinridge to Hawaii to fettle the having matter as best aa be and the authorities railway to and from tho Northwest. Confederate Veterans," similar to that court having held that way. unsurProf, J. B. Walton was so much can, and issue a proclamation disclaim now in existenco known as "Sons of FedThat its dining car servicers pleased with Colorado Springs that ho ing all further responsibility for, and inpassed by any other lino, and that ita eral Veterans." The necessity for the will cheerfully furnish any existence of organizations of this kind lias decided to move there permanently. terest either in Breckinridge or the Will be delivered right at your door on the following days or the day tak- island. information that may be desired. For by either tho sons of Federals or Con His daughter, Miss Jennie, who was will not be disappointed. It will be out your way Edward Dunbar, once a noted evan- thereafter. You federates ia not at all apparent and the en there for her health has, apparently full details renaming jivuico, addrosalyour nearest propriety of the samo ia, to say the least fully recovered hut the doctors say sho gelist, and author of tho hymn, "There's as follows: Foldors, Maps etc. Every Monday Fond, Gen. rasa. exceedingly questionable. We are at should remain. The professor has re- a Light in the Window for Thee," died Crab Orchard and Preachersville Pikes ticket agent or Jas. 0. signed the princlpalship of Centre Col- last week in tho Coffevvillo (Kan.) jail, Dudderar's Mill Pike Wis. Every Tuesday peace with ourselves, and as General Agent, Milwaukee, regret of every where be had applied for lodgings as a Taylor said in his message, "with the lego Academy, to the Every Wednesday LancasterJjPike Nine persona wero killed and about rest of mankind." If we should become one. He will have a privato school at tramp. collision on tho Every Thursday injured by a rear-en- d he academy will he renew home, his 50 The King's Daughters, at Bowling Danville Pike Western involved in a war, the probabilities are organized with Prof. Rupley as PrinciDelaware, Lackawanna and Every Friday Green, found a family in destitute cir- Hustonville Pike that the sons of veterans would not be railroad, near Hackensack, N. J. Two called upon to do all the fighting, nnd pal, and Messrs. J. E. Turner and Win. cumstances and gave them several dolEvery Saturday Somerset Pike J, Price, aa assistants. and others aro fatally of the injured died lars with which to buy coal. Instead of Every Saturday stopped in a that tho most of those who wore called y Stanford iniured. One train was irl has juat died buying coal the neody family went to a A Cincinnati upon to bear arms would not bo related Every Wednesday ia claimed tho otheriwas flagged, Rowland f0g It to atod in any way to a veteran of either army. from erysipelas produced by having her photograph gallery and had their pictthe signal was eoen too lata ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. ures taken. but It will not do to assume that tho patriot- - earB pierced. tho train. Mid-dleburg, ism of tho people ia confined to tho boiib of veterans, nor would it be Bafe to enAn adjourned session of tho qtiar- trust tho interests of tho country simply terlv court was hold Monday. to their hands. A Hon of a veteran might In tho police court Jim Wiggle was prove to bo a or Bomcthing fined f 10 and Joe Stodgill and Win. else, and an unworthy descendant of n Wallace $5 each for being drunk and patriotic sire. But tho question is perdisorderly. tinent, why Btop at nn organization of Wood Hrothcrd havo about completthe boss of veterans V Why not have ed their distillery on the now Danville great-granptop sons, grand-sons- , sonp, pike near town and will begin mashing first, second and third cousins of veteron the first of February. ans? And why should not these nuDrs. IJoss, and Kobert Hurnslde merous relatives be required to do whathavo located in LtucnHter and opened ever fighting ia necessary in dofenbo of an office over Stormes' drug store. Tlioy tho country, on account of their relationwill occupy thu Joe Weialger residence License was ibsued to Mr. Milliard F. Kindred to marry Miss Eliza E.Gilpin on tho 15th. Dr. J. G. Bosley, of Lebanon, who has a reputation of extracting teeth .with out pain, has been with us this week. Married at Prescott's hotel, on the 10th, by Eldor J. Q. Montgomery, John B. Allen to Miss Mary Taylor of Yose-mit- e. New Year, New Prices. FOR : SPOT : CASH I W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. . Her-vic- es Largest Stock. - Lowest Prices. Mc-Clur- e, Danks', the Jeweler, TIMES I : ARE : EASIER, ab-eon- AM VERY GRATEFUL H. J. McROBERTS. mas-queradi- n j ex-Jud- to-da- y pos-sib- y JEWELER. A Complete line Watches, Clocks, Gold, Silver and of Drugs and Medi- Plated Ware at cine &c. Prescrip lowest prices. AtDRUGGIST tention promptly tions a Specialty. given to repairs. GHO TO - IFEIsriCTlrr- - re-ele- c i!-- M, HAPPY NEW YEAR I Thank You, Call Again. d Drugs, Books, Everything BLST DRUGS AND In-tem- or CHLMICALS. s, e W. B. McROBERTS, OIL v iuv, m ; a1 T--, iffr-- ' J jj 11 111 r f 8 wr fm I f ? Henry Mills, aged 10, died from tho MT. VERNON, R0GKCASTLE COUNTY. Thkhk now seems to bo no doubt will effects of swallowing a couple of pins that the Lower House of Congrees Tho band boys aro progressing nice- pass tho Wilson bill promptly on tho several years ago. Ono of tho pins pass- ly. ed through his stomach and pierced his day sot for tho vote. Among tho Tho wife of John Purcoll died WedStanford, Kv., January 19, 1S94 results that will follow tho pass- spinal cord. nesday afternoon. John Hall, of Toronto, is trying to age of tho bill nro enumerated: A breakThere is not a vacant houso in town. great fortunes prove that tho ground on Broadway, up of many of tho trusts; More buildings aro badly needed. W. P. WALTON. will not bo accumulated bo rapidly; a New York, below Trinity church to tho D. C. Poynter invoiced his stock of more goneral and equitable distribution Battcryibelongs to him. It's worth on- merchandise to II. W. Kiro & Co., Monof wealth; moro and steadier employ- ly $400,000,000. day. Tho paramour of Frank P. Scearco ment for labor and better wages; tho Speaking of the editor's picture necessaries of life in tho homes of the gave'.Georgo B. Newton's whiskers a se- which appeared in a late edition o( the nnaHD-VX- ". common peoplo will bo cheapened and vere pulling in tho corridor of tho Lex Courier-Journawo havo heard it com becauso ho swore she tho markets for all our surplus will be ington plimented by fleveral persons who had tho rejection of the nomination of enlarged, and the cry of overproduction kept an improper house. Is gentleman. Mr. Hornblower for justico of the At Paducah, Frank Duly, with a never seen that will be forever silenced. What do thoy tako uh for, any way. court, Senntor Hill has shown couplo of drawn pistols, demanded of At the Louisville Store. Last week vc started our reduction in O. H. Rico is moving hisBaw mill frr in that in the House of tho Lords, ho is a Though Secretary of State John W. Walker Wooleu, hia wife or his life. prices and it lias done great work for the people. Cash buyers to the bigger man than President Cleveland, Headley would like to bo governor, he Woolen didn't want to die and without tho Myers farm to IUthurumV, 2 miles feast come early in the week. The days of extreme reduction have south of town. II. W. Rice ifc Co. have come. but wo doubt if lits victory will bo worth will bridle hia ambition and only offer much hesitation gave tip his wife. We are determined that everybody shall be comfortably clad bought some 3,000 acres ot timbered land ho effort ho has made. Tho Senate sua for his present position, which i made J. II. Gear, member of Congress and have fixed prices of warm shirts and drawers low enough for the tained tho ndverso report of the commit elective under tho new constitution. from the First Iowa district, w as nomina- on Skagg'a creek and aro setting mills slimest pocket bo'bks in Stanford. We tse by a majority of six. Senator Hill Mr. Headley has not distinguished him ted for the U. S. Senate by tho' republi- thereon In tho examining trials of the parties did not claim that tho nppoinlod was self as a Secretary of State. On tho con cans of tho Iowa Legislature on tho 3d worthy or qualified; he simply urged trary, tho Louisville Commercial's car- ballot. Tho nomination is equivalent to concerned in tho shooting near Pine not Hill Christmns, in which Isaac Miz IohI that unless tho president was checked toons that represent him as a Headless election. life and John Mullitis was Bitot in in making appointments without con- Pumpkin have very nearly hit the mark Six officers and sailors of tho crew his the leg, tho following named persons most of his official calling. Upon what ho o! tho steamship Amsterdam sulting the Senators of tho states wero is prob- drowned while endeavoring to rescue were held to answer, all of whom give the Senatorial prerogative bases his claims for interested bond: Matt. Tike and John Griffin $J50 would bo completely overthrown. Again lematical, but this is a free country aud tho crew of a schooner eneach, and Ken Pike $500 ho urged the Senators to stand up for any darn fool can offer for office. countered by the Amsterdam on Sunday, Misses Mattio and Yennio Adams their rights, unawed by power or fear of 14. Tun condition of tho treasury is such January now thought that Edward Lew- returned to Garrard with their father judicial wrath. Ho succeeded in carryIt is Three children of Canton For our immense new stock now arriving and we mean to turn all ing his point, but the act will bring him that Secpetary Carlisle could not wait for is, who shot and killed his wife and then Tuesday. odium. The peoplo do not tho Blow process of a now law, so ho ended his own life at Cincinnati last Bloomer wero Bent to the Baptist Or- goods into money, thus prices mean a big profit to you. into further admire tho acts of a man, who is govern- gives notico of an iesuo of $50,000,000 Friday, was Edward Lewis McCoy one phans' Home, Ixulsville, yesterday. Col. was up from Livingston a ed only by spite and a desire to get even 5 per cent. 10 year bonds. Proposals are of tho noted fued fami- Ashley 0ens few days Mnce. Judge McCIuro has been invited in sums of 150 and over. It is with tho one, who beat him so far out lies in Kentucky. on the list again; n relapse of grip of sight, when he went beforo the pretty tough that the government with G rover Hummer, n boy of soven, atpeople. all her roveuues has to borrow money in Tho census of 1S00 shows Mt. Vertending the Cranch public school in l-- jT these piping times of peace, but billion Washington, surprised the teachers and non and vicinity to bo the healthiest Whenever there is a chance to an insatiate pen- scholars by drawing from his tiny hip point in America, its death rate being moro oilices somo politician dollar Congresses and sion hordo can sap tho vitals of the richsmaller than any other place shown by with is always ready to rush in pocket n pistol and deliberately shoottho consult; in fact, it showed up so small Celluloid collars ioc, plain, white and fancy bordered handkerchiefs est country. Senator Adair n bill to that end. ing himself through the head. in the enumerator's report that the pa 5C silk finished suspenders ioc, worth 25c, a good, heavy working has accepted tho suggestion of Gov. John E Johnson, colored, murdered pers The managing editor of the Louisville were returned twice from Washing- .shirt. 25c, laundered shirts, all linen bosom in fancy striped only 50c, Brown and offered a bill to creato Times, Mr. R. V. Brown, can not be his entiro family at Sonierville, Ala. ton for correction. Tho report went a board of prison commissioners to havo tempted from his chosen profession by Tho wife and two children, aged respec- back as came. It needed no change. worth Si, loundcred shirts in plain white. 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.25. A it sood suit of underwear only 50c. A good cassimerc pnnts for Si, entire charge and control of tho peni- the iiesh pots of office Ho declined the tively five and three, wero tho victims. It correct. w9 worth Jsi.75. Hoys knee pants 25c. allowed $2,000 a year appointment of assistant of Johnson first cut their throats and then tentiary and to be Tint stone from tho new quarry, expenses each. Louisville, and will continue to make saturated the place with oL' and set lire and f500 traveling VmiVi which Dr. Lovell is opening near this Thedutiesaro now performed by tho the Times the brightest light in vesper- to the houso to cover up his crime. this place, is prononncod by an expert sinking fund committee, and should con- tine journalism. The Stato of Florida has transferred to be and is of the magnesia tinue to bo. Gov. Brown reccominen- tothoDieston Land Co., of Philadel- variety, which works easily and hardens Ox'K thanks aro due Commissioner ded the change because he as ono of the acres of former a'ter being exposed to tho atmosphoio phia, over 2,000,0-1could not run it to suit his Urey Woodson for a copy of the annual swamp land, which tho company has re- for awhile. Only a small, force is emcommittee, report of tho railroad commission, own ends. 7 8 Tryan's A. A. A. cotton 5c. claimed by extousivo drainago opera- ployed now, but they havo nearly a car Yard wide unbleached cotton which was received last evening too late Apron check ginghams 5c. Thousands of other articles too numerous Some of the Washington cortespon for the notice it deserves and which it tions. It is proposed te divide it into load of nicely dressed product ready for to mention that are marked down to rock bottom prices. Give us a farms of 20 acres. Exoenments have shipment. dents are trying to Bhow that Miss Pol will get in a subsequent issue. call and we will prove to you we mean just what we s.iyt sugar cane, rice, tobacco and shown that F. L. Thompson has beer appointed lard discounts old Eve herself in leading There is now no doubt of Senator sub tropical fruits can bo produced upon secretary to the town board of trustee?. men into temptation. A dispatch to tho S. M. Hurton'.is in from Missouri, where Louisville Commercial says that Carlisle Lindsay's election according to the con- the land. Secretary Carlisle has written an ho hns been for tho last ten years, Ed 1 a note from her one day asking was elected again this stitution. He receivo open letter to Senator Yo'hees, chair- Cox has a clerkship in the new store of him to meet her, in a way and at a tiino week by the Legislature. man of the committeoon finance, show- II. W. Bice it Co., successors to I). O. and place to leavo no doubt that her in NEWSY NOTES. ing the urgent need of prompt releif for Poynter. J. W. Nesbitt, who has been tentions were unduly kind. Mies Poltreasury. Ho cays that he has not laid tin with' the! prevailing disease for lard may be a bad woman but she cerJennie Smith is on trial at St. Louis the felt that its condition justifies issuing several weeks, is out again. Mrs. I). N. A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor tainly appears to be a woman of more for biting a diamond out of a traveling bonds under the provisions of existing Williams is improving. Dr. Peyton was sense than to give herself away unneces-sar- i salesman's shirt front. T. D. RANKY, Manager. ly. statutes, but unless Congress soon gives here Tuesday. Charley Higgins is with During the year ending November him authority to issue bonds under us. A cow is generally speaking a meek American railroads killed 2,319 persons Mrs. Ah Burk, who was shot and II. n. KING. more favorable terms he will exercise GKOKGI! II. 1'KKWITT. and humble looking animal, but she has and cripppled 2,000 other. dangorously wounded Monday near tho authority given him by tho present General J. B. Weaver spoke at Somfrequently been the causo of great disasby BillNuwcum, Is not expectlaws. ters. She kicked over tho Widow Mur- erset, and lashed both the old parties. ed to live. Wo have been unable to GRAB ORCHARD. phy's lamp at Chicago and involved that His text was "More Money." larntho particulars ofjthe uufortuuato MORELAND, KY., city in one of tho greatest conflagrations John Buckner a lecherous negro affair. It appears that Newcum and his Miss Yirgie White is homo from We have opened up a nice line 0! of the century and Sunday in Cuba she brute, was strung up to a bridge near St. Stanford College. Miss Leah Steger is wife have been having trouble. She threw a train off the track and down a Louis fjr outraging n white girl. preparing to visit Mrs. M. Livingstone took the children Sunday over to Mrs. 200 feet embankment, killing 10 persons Andrew Minnix, of Scottsville, kill- in Cincinnati. Burk's, a sieter. Newcum went over and injuring nine others. It won't do ed an uuknown peddler, who attempted There will bo preaching at tho Bap. Monday and brought ono of the children They to take liberties with his aged mother. always to trust to appearances. tist church next Saturday and Sunday back. Mrs. Burki followed. When the We arc daily Fall Goods, which wc arc marking are often very deceitful. Tho amendment to have freo wool atd all the members are urgently re- h mso was reached trouble came up. down lower thanrcccivingjour clause of the Wilson bill go into effect on quested ever. Newcum used a gun. Mrs. Burk receivto attend. Tub State superintendent of public the passage of the bill was carried 112 Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. Wc will save you Row Briney preached his first ser ed a full charge from the weapon, which endorses the compulsory ed- to 102. instruction was loaded with shot or slugs, under the money. Chrismon fortius year, last Sunday at ucation bill before tho House and has Only 3S 17 miles of main tracks were -left shoulder. The; doctors think she arc openingrup a splendid line of Fall.IUillincry. sent out circulars asking expressions of made in Kentucky last year. The total tian Church. He will preach every sec can not recover. Newcum is in jail. He Wc have for sale 24 broke mules , years old. Sunday this year. od opinions on the subject. Wo aro freo to railroad mileage in tho State now is pisMrs. W. B. Dillion, of Livingston, is claims Mrs. B. was after him with a say that while we; believe all children 9S tol. visiting Mrs. Dr. Pettus, and other relashould bo given a chance to obtain an A fire which started in J. W. Green's education, it smacks too much of pater- drugstore at Elizabethtown destroyed tives. Mrs. Irene Burke, of Junction California the Land of Sunshine, Fruit and Flowers. nalism in government to attempt to as- it and several other buildings, loss City, has been on a visit to her father Tho Midwinter Exposition, already Captain W. F. Dillion. Miss Bessie sume the rights that are inherent in the Prof. much talked of, bids fair to rival the is with Miss Ila Uoldam. parents, it would be well to let suuu a Al. Jenkins, the defaulting treasur Stapp, of Harrodsburg, was with J. 11. great fair that has just closed at Chicago. law severely alone. er of Clark counsy, Ind., has appeared (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn,) Not in size, perhaps, but certainly so in Stephens this week He died law of escheats, the prop- before the Highest Court. Mr. originality, in richness, and in delighted Under the Tho town authorities required erty of the late Thomas H. Blythe, of Monday. John Buchanrn to fence tho old corner visitors, who will unanimously agree Mrs. Fred Houson and her two California, will doubtless revert to tho lot upon which hia hotel burned and ho that tho Pacific Coast is worth many daughters were burned to death at Mills, State. The governor has ordered suit to put up a temporay fence, which was times tho timo and money spent to visit that end, as the title to tho property has Knox county. Tho husband and Bon found draped in mourning the next it, in its return of delightful climate, failed for want of heirs or next of kin. escaped. morning. Ward Moore sayB two of our mellow sunlight, wondrous growth of Saddles, Harness, I lay and Seeds, will occupy tin's space this year Herman Hawkins, of oldest men did tho work but we with- vegetation, and tho heretofore unheard and if you want to save money you had better keep your As the estate) is valued at four millions eye on it. of dollars, it will be a big thing for tho Louisville, while toying with a pistol ac- hold names for the sake of the wives, of of industries connected with year but ask Ward for particulars. State. It is passing strange though that cidentally Bhot and killed his fruit raising, and tho shipping of the somebody hasn't been found to show old brother. In order to givo an opporOur freo school closes on tho 2Gth product. James M. Logan, whose petition was and Prof. S. D. Willis will begin a sub tunity for everybody to visit this wonder- Before you buy and you will be convinced good title for so much money. that lie is cheaper than sighed by 713 citizens, has been recom- scription school right after its close. land during the Exposition, California the cheapest. Judok Tom Yaknon was always a mended by McCreary for postmaster at Tho teachers feel under many obligations rates via the Queen & Crescent route W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. warm advocate of emasculation for rape, Shelbyville. to tho trustees and patrons for encour- havo been reduced, and every ono may believing that such a law would bo a John Hart, of Findley, Ohio, adver- agement given. The attendance has Hnd the cost of such a trip within his greater deterrent than even death, as tises in tho Enquirer that he wants to been large, and if any fault has been means. As for equipment, it is tho the victim would have to go through life to $70, that Corbott found tho teachers have been spared (for only lino by which you can travel from despised of men and ecorned by women. bet $10,000, at $100 whips Mitchell. the first time) the knowledge of same. Cincinnati to San Francisco, absolutely Senator Hays evidently is of the samo Alsop, of Henderson, I hope our peoplo will show their appre- without change. Tourist sleeping cars Mrs. Jabitha Dealer In opinion as the judge, for he haB introaged and who has been married 40 ciation of Prof, Wiillis as an impartial, run every two weeks through from Cinduced a bill to that effect. years, is with her husband rejoicing ovor and excellent instructor, by starting cinnati to San Francisco. Solid trains twicoa day from Cincinnati their children in at the beginning ot his Tub bill to relieve married women of their first born. to New Orleans, where connection is Frederick Schumaker, of Columbus, next tdnn. the disabilitiesSof coverture is having made with through trains and Pullman Wo have often heard of persons berather a rocky timo in the House, as it O., committed suicide because ho was out to give ing arrested for singing certain songs sleepers daily to California points. should. Tho property and other rights of work and his wife was about And agent for upon the streets, but wo have never be- Through car servico to eithor New of women aro now amply sufficient and birth to a child. Shrevoport, making direct If Federal offices wero apportioned foro heard of en officer molesting anyone Orleans or the law should not be further invoked Calito make tho marriago tie a less sacred among the States according to popula- for singing in a parlor. This was really connection for Texas, Mexico and Sunday fornia. From Louisville through trains one. tion Kentucky would! got 442, whereas done in our quiet little city last Studcbakcr Wagons, Dicks' Feed Cutter, Dayton Cross-cu- t IDisk night. Two young bloods from a neigh make direct connection at Loxiugton sho has only 205. Harrow and Brown Cultivator. Tub drawingsjfor tho long and Bhort says that boring county called upon r. couplo of with solid vestibuled sorvico to New Gov. Stone, of Missouri, terms among tho (Senators will occur tho sentence of Wils Howard, the Ken- our fair sex, and were entortaining (?) Orleans. Send to us for furthor particu1. Wo do not charge that Sang March lars. Ask agents for rates, schedules Ball." Tho Digger Lay is a fool, though he has been tucky outlaw, will not be disturbed and them with, "After the and other information, or address W. C. who was standing just across tho Rinearson, G. P. A. Cincinnati, O. awfully lucky, but we do wager that he that ho will hang. Mrs. Mattio McNeil, of Indianapolis, street marched over, entered the parwill draw a long term. It would bo exRed wine, tho Atlanta embezzler, has attempted Buicide because tho occupants lor, and "After the Ball" was immediateactly like him to do so. of the tenant house in which she lived ly silenced. Whether or not that was boon landed in the Ohio penitentiary, hia business there, we only havo his where ho will remain ten years. He There will bo no Uornblowor on tho made fun of her pet dog. Tho wife of Meredith, tho Wheeling, word for it, as he Baid when asked what says anything is a roliof after tho terrible Supreme Bench. A man with such a pa tronymic hardly deserves a better fate W. Ya., counterfeiter, who suicided while ho was doing there. "Somo boys were in six years that ho has been haunted by There is something after all in a natno in jail haB just received a pardon for her there singing a song, that I thought was his theft. A Kansas City, St Joseph and disturbing tho peace I just stepped in ;if Receiving Hii even if a rose would smell as sweet by) husband from President Cleveland. We would adviso the Council Bluffs passenger train was held any other. Tho nomination of Mr. J. Scott Har- to boo about it. : Harrison, young men who desire to entertain the up and robbed near St Joseph, Mo., : Jolly Jack Collier, of the Franklin rison, brother ol voices, to learn Wednesday. Five men weie engaged be appointed postmaster to be Surveyor of Customs at Kansas belles by their Bonoroua Favorite, will GooJs Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call, in the robbery. I City, Mo., was rejected by the Senate. some other song. of bis town. JSemi-Weekly Interior Journal bene-ficie- See The Havoc! Wrought In Prices. 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVERY su-pre- l, court-hous- o water-logge- d !flst Have tjoofu lfl-g- McCoy-Hatfiel- d ere-at- o Purnifthinnft f I post-mast- er ' first-clae- s All Calieos' at 5 Cents. .ijC LOUISVILLE : STORE, STA1TFOH2D, 3XT., Mar-otsbur- g, KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Dry Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, 5Wc 3,-0- Corn Wanted. Knsra pbewitt. Par-tis- h B. K. WEAREN, Dealer. ij Carriages, Wagons, Bug. gies, Farming Implements, Five-year-o- ld net-wor- k 1-- Get His Prices J. K. VANARSDALE , G-- vesti-lulle- d Hardware, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Queensware, &c. Th,e Old Genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, mar-Bha- ll t HU6.RUPIY.- mhmtHWttiitt. AND: WINTER FALL GOODS. PWili,.l)ltylllhlM"l M.i.V lit M'lll u lining mh ii .ii, I' e'ir..feM. "TVI.W ' w. j , -- ,rgprp VrvH 'r'fWWrTat Ktl " ip vy Tjr" 0& Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal ID, HATDEADJiYENEJrY. FAMOUS Btankohi), Kv.t Januuiy 1SM'A AUTHOR SAYS THE BUCKWHEAT CAKE IS ABOMINABLE. W. P. WALTON. A D. S. CARPENTER, Al the well-know- n Mrnny Attnrk Upon InJiullriiHia Dint. Dili Sntan I'ut tlin I'rjhiK I'mii Dito HniiiU llrn-ilcr oM Hand ol J, II. Green, In (Copj-rlRh- t. Hustonvillo,' - - Kontucky, 47-6- of tlin Young lloutckcvptrf of Coiiflriiiril l)ii-ilu- . Itui. by Anierlciut Prcmi AocIa-linn- . 1 nj Wouttl te kI1 to tco hit numrroui fnendt ihow them hia nock of gooda contiiting of furniSaddltry, Hi til ware, Hiiiulet and Kalinin ture, Iiaplenirnu. (Jive him a call. lllack Smith Miop for rent, located on CollrKfl, lien located tliep and Mm Street. lluttonvllle 'iid of Llnioln co. (jood smith can In the get nil the work he l looklnir for Apply to ma , Hu.tonvlUc, my on, lh J?ApNTJlRi et .vr? t-- , - ' '-- IV VOU ARKCOINO. NORTH ..THK., WEST, ,1 a LA. ,A -- sto8 v. j . M ,r-- . - 1J "fflii Witt s ,,.juto? want rich food nnd Hint In short timo tho desire would pass away, nnd simple food would givo as much pleasure in tho eating and would leavo them with honest appetites for every mcr.l. All that you do not assimilate is ro much injury to tho system, nnd I defy nny sotof digestivo organs tonssimilato hot bread, sirup, pickles, fat pork nnd tough doughnuts nt an early morning neal. Thoso who Hvo through such a diet Hvo in spito of It, not in consequenco of it. They must have iron powers within. They would bo giants nnd sons of Hercules if they used a reasonable diet, and would bo heads nnd shoulders nbovo their brethren both in strength nnd size. When men aro in training for nthlotic contests, you know tho diet they nro put upon. Iirend nnd meat, n few vegetables, no sweets, no liquors, no cigars. I really hhould think it would pay n young fellow to mako tho best of himself at Mich n little bacrifice. It must bo such a pleasure to beulivo when ono is In thoroughly lino trim every wheel and axle ol that splendid machine, tho human body, in pet feet working order. inalies them u ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ABOUT . "V7 l The Vulcan Chilled Plows LINCOLN AND DORSET MERINO SHEEP. Theae Aro Gooit Sheep I'or Kiittcrn Itrci-d-erto l.uNn. Tho owe in our first illustration is a good specimon of tho Lincoln hheep, which is tho heaviest bodied and heaviest wooled breed known to civilized man. Tho Lincoln belongs to tho long wooled fninlly. Tho wool Is often nino Inches long nnd very lustrous nnd valuable. The Liticolns thrive best on rich lowland toil protected from extremes of weather. In Canada moro attention has been paid to tlieii rearing than in tho a ''.aaa&iCBaMaAiH..L.BaL. Every one fully guaranteed. 'JaS5SSSSana?aBtS'- - United States, consequently Canada J. . . . . z car- - Oliver Chilled Plow Extras at Reduced Prices. -- - ir'- - "M.. Cvf'. t''itV l tvzj IMK -- -w X S W. H. WEAREN & CO.1 i pn'H all forma of injti- Melons diet, of which 1 NaaHVlLlt n. R. Louisville 4 think hot jjriddlu cakcfl AN AMATEUR SAMARITAN. Btand in tho front rank. li the line for you, t u What Hrr Oiin Vlalt to a Poor Tamlly Ih it not extraordinary how little Taught Her. ever swm to consider what is best to fowl Sho was a society girl, frivolons, daintheir children with, what will makobest Make close connection, at lwno nnd tmiticle, best blood, rodnco ty, spoiled. Sho fell in lovo with tho jirenteat vitality? Tho fanner studios new curnto, nnd often ns ho sipped tea LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI what will jirotluco theso reHalts with his in tho drowsy, violet scented nir of her For all pointa. cattlo, but for his family tliero hcuiim to drawing room ho talked to her of her LINCOLN EWE. THROUGH TICKKTS SOI.I). bo but ono tttandard thoy all eut "what duties to tho poor. She was touched. HAOCJAGE C11F.CK.KD THKOUOll She began to talk of having n mission, ried off the prizo for Lincolns at tho tnatos trood." For any tnfarmatloa ciauire of of feeling herself fitted for higher things World's fair. Theso animals aro so All indigt'stiblo things that can bo JOES, KICK. Agent, rams weigh over Stanford, Kr Or pies, doughnuts, hot breads uud than fashion nuorded. Sho begnn to largo that W. W. PKNN.Trav. I'm Agent. :akes, pickles, sweetmeats, nuts, "trong wear black and walk with her eyes low- 100 pounds. Ono of thoso nt the ColumC ty. KT Junction bia exposition weighed 415 pounds. This tea and coiree enter into the daily diet of ered. At last sho was attracted tohelpa poor breed fattens for market somewhat tho riro.aierons American farmer or meCHESAPEAKE & OHIO chanic. Sugar, eggs, butter, coffco and famil)' on Aveuue A. slowly, but ono lamb has been known to yield 20 pounds of wool. Secretly she hot out on a bright tfa, lusurieit that tho proivrons fannor morning, marmalado in n Binall Hero is tho sheep for tho small land or mechanic of other land deals out to mouogrnmmed bag, her heart beating ownor who follows intensivo farmiug. his hotiHehold with n (quiring hand, or Philadelphia them altogether, liero aro no louger fast, but a comfortablo feeling surging Tho Lincoln is whito faced and hornless, Baltlmoro, Now York, regarded nn liixnnes, but as necewsities. through her that tho world wn a littlo having n broad, square, low built body. A writer in tho Rural New Yorker has It is entirely a matter of cdtiriition and lnittor for her having lecn born. And all othct Kutern Cillea. Tho smells on Avenue A upset her a been making the experiment of crossing of projudico, and ouo is surprised to find Shorten;!. Ine between Loulivllle, Leungum and that tho farmers and tho mechanics Httlo, and with inward qualms sho re- grado Merino owes with Dorset rams. Uailcrn I'oiuti. draw tho lino of their economies at fresh gretted that sho had forgotten her vina- Ho believes tho thing will bo a great go. IN EFFECT NOV. i, iSj.. meat, Thoro is no rational explanation igrette Hnt sho went lwldly on. feeling He says the problem thnt now confronts of tho fact that, whilu thero is not any moro and moro noble as sho grow ill and Merino growers is that of grading their LlnKUin Z 'EAST HOUND. ....... 7 15am limit net to tho supply allowed of butter white. Atlantic EprM No ji, duly Midland Accommodation, No Sun.ii. 411am and eggs and sugar anil colToo, It is At last Hho reached her destination. daily Veitlbuled Kiprni.No 6.13pm Mt. Sterling Accom , No it, i. Suu ...... a distinct extravaganco to In- It was a dark, ill smelling tenement. On tho doorstop, whero sho wm thocynosuro dulge in fresh meat WEST HOUND Arr. l.e.inKtnni "Millions for defeuso, but not onocent of a group of hapless youngsters, sho Luinstoo Accom,, No 7,e Sun Kiprxt No 11, dally ij.opra for tribute;" millions for dessort, but wavered. Sun 4 ijpm Leiinfton Accom, No 3, What lay beyond that reeking dnrk- Far Vattibuled Ktpreia No: J, dtilr... ...... ., 6. lops not ono cent for beef and mutton. ness? And for tho first timo sho began lio it from mo to couuhiI any ono to ex Solid Vmibultd Train with Dining Cart. No travagance, but I think, if tho estimate to wonder what tneso people wero liko but tranter. Sho beenmo Through Sipcre from I.eaiiigtnn without were miulo, it would bo fonnd that tho sho was going to visit. change. nwnro that she was about to invade their Hinount siHsnt for horrid pies and pudV II. RVAN. TW J VitV,,13 H.W. FUM.rK. IW.t" dings anil mnrderous hot cukes and si- privacy with nothing moro material for Gun. 1'a.u. At, Alt'! (Sen. I'aat.Agt . Waehlnjton, D. C Cincinnati rups in any ordinary family would sup- their aid than some marmalade. Afterply tho same family liberally with moats ward, of course, if she found them "deDORSET MERINO LAMR. from tho butcher and chickens from tho serving," she intended to send provisions Merino ewes into something better for Norfolk-WesteJ.& farm. Overnntritiou Is tho curs) of our and coal. But how would they Btand mutton. He considers tho Merino and Kpulntion. Thoy are not underfed, but tho ordeal that would test their worthi- Horned Dorset as kindred breeds origthey nro illfed. They want coarser food, ness, without which possession they inally and therefore they will blend sucSchrdul Not. 19, itjj less salt meat nnd more fresh meat, fow-e- r might (according to tho curate's ethics cessfully nnd profitably. sweota and moro fruits. Oatmeal, of charity) stnrvo nt pleasure? LEAVK NOUTON'DAILY Mr. Wing ndvises in Tho Dorset QuarSho dashed In wildly, groping her way terly br&eding Merino ewes 12:50 p m far Graham. Iltiifflcld, I'cxahontu hominy, wheaten grits and, abovo all, to Dorset along by passing her daintily gloved Lyncnburc, Klchmisd and Norfolk. Sltcplag Cart from Kojnoko to Norfolk alto "graham" bread, with plenty of milk hands over tho damp walls. Oh, how rnms nnd having the lambs como as and with good meat, would mako tho fram l.rncnbur; to Klchnond. early as possible Save the best of tho Tratm lor Pocahontai, I'owhatanand Goodn children piotureo of rosy hoalth and save far away homo seemed, tho enrate, hor ewo lambs resulting and breed them will 11 ve llluafield dally at 6 Ji a m, 11 j j p m. when a year old to a pure bred Dorset Leave (llunfiwl J 6 p a m and 900pm daily for tho tired, sallow mother from tho nick blno and whito boudoir, her pet dog everything! Sho felt in a maze of hor- sire. The lambs thus produoed will be Ktaovaanl Coluinhut, O , Chicijoand all point! bod, tho lunatic asylum or tho grave. Weit leaper on 900 p ra train lor Co I'ullman It is sad that as n natiou wo don't ror until nt lost sho sawn gleam of light about Dorset Mr. Wing lumbua. Trtlnt arrive at Norton Irom the Eatt dally at know how to cook. Tho frying pau and through tho transom of a door. weighed one of these a m it 40 Without jmusing to question if this lambs when it was 4 months old nnd it Far furthtr alnformatinn at to ichrduWi, ratti tho baking powder, Satan has put into Ac, apply to ctnti of Norfolk A U'eilrrn tho hands of tho young housekeeper. Ho wore her destination, sho knockod. Tho tipped tho beam nt 80 pounds. He says W. II.1IKVIL.U, has also made tho piano and tho cowing door was opened promptly, and before tho o cross produces "most Gen. Pan. Ajl Itoiooks, Va. machino of moro interest to her than tho her terrified eyes stood a brawny, shirt remarkable fleeces," and that tho Dorset M F IIRAGG Trav. Pan. Airent oven and tho broiling Iron. Tho children sleeved, shock headed individual. wool itself commands the top market "I want to seo Mrs. S.," sho faltorod. wear clothos out of Harper's Bazar and price. Ho eyed her. eat food that contributes neither to thoir Horse Talk. "I know yo. Yer wan of thim tract health nor beauty. Hot breads nnd Don't ask me to "back" with blinds on. sweets actually burn up tho stomach. givln, starvation faced lady visitors to Tho power to digest decreases as tho tho poor, ain't ye? Much good yo do I nm afraid to. Don't lend mo to some blockhead that years go on. nnd by tho timo tho child is thim, ma'am. Tho poor don't want ye, of teach them BEST OFFEREVER MADE grown it is n confirmed dyspeptic. In' nor tho likes it's ye, tothey wnnt nndto be has less sense than I havo. a horse food Don't think becnuso 1 am fire, that no other land aro children allowed God fearin ma'am. YisI What havo yo in that Iron weeds nnd briars won't hurt my sweets as they nro here. Thoro aro unnumlwred ways In which bag? Let mo see. Ah, jelly nn a hay. Don't bo so careless of my harness ns indigestion affects ono. It is not neces Biblo, as I thought. Lnvo thim both yo next timo, ma'am, for wo haven't to find a great soro ou mo before you atsary to have pain, to feel n weight of lead. Moro often a htomiich that refuses hoart for tho wan, nor stomach for tho tend to it. Don't run mo down a steep hill, for if to assimilate tho food put into it ex- other. Now go go, I say, before I set anything should givo way I might break presses Its revolt by a feeling of excessivo tho dog on yo!" And tho society girl doparted. It your nock. weakness. Tho jwor, jaded beast can't OMXHl Don't whip mo when I get frightened go any farther; it wants to lio down aud didn't mntter that, as sho learned afterrest. Then tho driver whips it up, gives ward, sho had been interviewed by tho nlong tho road, or I will expect it next it a tonic or moro food, nnd it struggles wrong porson. Sho took tho shock head- - timo nnd maybe mako trouble. "mn's remarks seriously to heart, de Dou't think because I go free under on n littlo farther, and finally breaks j down nnd goes to tho wall. It is foolish spite mo curate a pnuosopny, nnu wnen tho whip I don't get tired. You would to think that that sense of weakness sho went again to Avenuo A sho was ac- move up if under tho whip. Don't put my blind bridle bo that it conies from a want of food. It comes companied by a mnid, who carried n . irritates my oyo or so leave my forelock from too much food, too rich, too con- hamper of good food to tho needy Every club of Ten Yearly Sub centrated, too nutritious. Moreover, whilosho talked to poor, that it will bo in my oyes. ecribcra will get oue eharo of $5,000. Don't hitch mo to an iron post or railWhy, what nn outrage wo nro putting hollow cheeked Mrs. S. and held the Every club of Fivo Yearly Sub- upon nature in giving it such quintes-enc- baby, sho hoard from below tho rasping ing when tho mercury is below freezing. scribers will get ono half a eharo of of nourishment. If tho human of tho shovels that poured in tho coal she I need tho skin on my tongue. had sent. 05,000. Don't keep my stable very dark, for body yielded to tho efforts of man to "You see, Molly," sho said to her chum when I go into tho light my eyes aro inTho number of shares is fixed by upon nature, it would grow up tho number of clubs of ten that will into tho sky. But instead it has been next day, "I think it's better to feed jured, especially if snow is on the ground. Don't leave me hitched In my stall nil growing smaller and smaller ns tho cen- them when they'ro hungry, whatever bo received by ua from turies have passed, showing that uaturo their deserts, nnd rouso them to help night with a big cob right where I must Nov. 1, 1893, to March 31, 1894. had better havo been trusted to feod themselves afterward. My ono visit lio down. I am tied and can't select a smooth plnce. Kate Jordan. what sho had brought forth, At this taught mo that." On an offer of $1,500 last spring, moment tho healthiest nations of the Don't forget to filo my teoth when thoy running tbrco months, ending Juno world, I boliove, nre those who Hvo tho aro gagged and I cannot chew my food. rolnta Worth Noting. Don't fail to movo about at nn even- When I get lean, it is a sign my teeth 30, 1893, for clubs of five, each club simplest lives and eat tho coarsest food ing party. Airy commonplaces nro in wnnt filing. agent received $4.53 in cash besides under tho open dome of heaven. Dou't mako mo drink ice cold water or Horses aro founderod by overfeeding. ordor, and nothing is moro hopeless to his commissions. That offer was 8500 Human beings uro as much injured by a hostess thau tho womnn who settles put a frosty bit In my month. Warm month for thrco months. a Wo now offer 81,000 a month for it. Take an ordinary farmor's break heavily on ono particular seat and waits tho bit by holding a half minute against my body. fast tho colTeo, tho ham and eggs, tho for others to entertain her. fivo months, or a total of Don't forgot to givo a religions attenDon't compel mo to cat more salt than s hot cakes nnd sirup, tho pickles, tho doughnuts. Now, theso things tion to tho caro of your teeth. Thnt I want by mixing it with my oats. I uro very nourishing, nil of them very womnn who from carolossncss lots her know better than any other animal how besides tho regular commissions, and stimulating, somo of them. There is teeth decay and fills hor mouth at las' much I need Will Don't say whoa unless you mean it nothing of tho "waste" needed for with tho ucctssnry barbarism known "false sot" crucifies beauty. Nothing Teach me to stop at thewoid It may healthy digestion, Everything is conGuarantee 40 percent Cross Profit centrated. You ure burning your stom- to chuuges tho expression of a face. check me if the linen break and save a runaway or 'mashup. A full club of fivo or ten must ach up; you are giving it too much to Don't trot me up hill, tor have to Women nlwnys Bhow moro tasto in do. If you are a strong man and aro gocomo nt ono timo in order to share in ing out into the cold air to active exor- adorning othnrs thau themselves, nnd ram you and the buggy and myself too. this oiler. Run up hill Try it yourself tho Agents may send as many clubs as cise, you may inuuago to live through it, thoirreason is that their persons are likr with si big load. Exchange. hearts they road another's better but if you nre a delicate woman, obliged they can raiso within timo specified to work nil day in a hot, closo room, 10 than they can their own. Jean Paul. and can have papers sent to any to 1 you don't get on with it, but find No mnn who cannot keep his temper address. Womnn is liko tho reed which bends should cor go near a hone. He will yourself ill with a headache nnd unablo Tho WEEKLY ENQUIRER is to eat another meal that day. to every breeze, but breaks not In tho ruin tl:e horse and pe rhnps get himself kicked to death. No u.un who cannot tho Largest, Best, Clean, Moral, EleWhatoly. A slmplo break fust of oatmeal and tempest. ketp bin temper should ever go near a Newspaper for a family milk, nn egg and somo graham bread vating Dollar Woman's function is a guiding, not cow. 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It will have a novel and attractive cover, wide mar- j gins, new ana improvca Dinaing; is pnntca on good paper, and contains more and better information than any book of a similar nature published. It is T"I HE n-- HUUIi 1 noim-tune- AMERICA'S STANDARD YEAR BOOK. ot PRICE," postpaid a by mail, . Idd rrss THE irOHJEU, 25 CENTS. Vf to I'orA? City, Um: JLi AJjjIrVy k--T jAjiftJi- - - A. J. im--- ,ai f; t t"i ttUs-- K i Fnylng Hark it Practical Joker. A man in a Glasgow hotel in a loud tone of voire railed his friend back just as he was leaving tho dining room nnd then whispered to him. "How far would you havo got if I hadn't called you back?" Tho other, straightening himself up, A GREAT GAME OF BILLIARDS. replied in a tono loud enough for all to hear: "No, sir, I wouldn't lend you 5. Hill rij-e- r Originated the Anchor Nnne I haven't got it on me, nnd if I had I and riayed It to Perfection. wouldn't let you have it until yon paid "I Bco that Ives inado a great run nt mo what you borrowed two months billiards tho other day," said tho old man ago." ns he chalked his cue, "and that ho did His friend will never call him back it with the anchor nurse. Now the pa- again in a public dining room. Duudeo pers aro talking ahont that nnchor nuifo News. ns if It was a new thing. I saw an Helping Hit Out. nnrso nsed way back in 1872, and tho fellow who used it had used it before too." Pressed fcr tho story by n reporter, tho old man said: "I was in hard luck that winter and was acting as roomkeeper for a friend of mino. Ono day a fellow camo into tho room and got into a game. lie proved to bo a very good playor, and for n week or two ho came up regularly and laid out tho local exerts to tho queen's taste. Then a match was mado between him and tho host playor in town for $100. It was to bo 600 points up, straight billiards. "The night for the match camo, and tho room was crowded. They began to play and dubbed along until each ono of them had SO or so buttons. Then tho stranger got tho balls against tho rail and held them in one spot. Ho ran out Miss Ccntcrbooin That lobster was the game, making, to be exact, 447 delicious, Mrs. Van Wyker. Tho last shot he mado was a Mrs. Van Wyker Yes, my cook did hard drive from tho lower eud of tho very well, considering they aro bo hard table, and it broke tho balls up. Ho was to open. loudly applauded, and thero wero many Miss Centerboom You will havo to comments on his skill in keeping tho let mo mako you a present of our favorballs anchored as ho did. Ho got the ite can opener. Brooklyn Life. money and went away. "Next day wo wero talking over the 3Im. Cnrlsttndc's Cider llrotlier. game, and ono man said ho didn't beMrs. Corisando was born only two lieve any man could mako so many points off two balls without moving years earlier than her brother Tom. known to bo 14,b1io conthem. Ho talked so much that wo ex- When Tom was 10. When Tom proudly amined tho table. Then wo got onto fessed to sweet boasted of JS.sho timidly acknowledged tho anchor nurse." "Did ho havo a holo punched in tho herself past 19. When ho camo homo from collcgo with n mustache and had n cloth?'" asked a listener. birth"No," said tho old man, "he didn't." party in honor of his twenty-firs- t day, she said to her friends: on tho square, was it?" "All "What a boyish fellow ho is! Who "Well, not exactly. Yon see, ho carried a small bottle of liquid gluo with would think ho was only a year younger him, and ho put a gob of it on tho tablo thaul?" And when Tom declared ho was 25, next tho cushion when wo didn't feeo and old enough to get married, eho said him." Tho old man picked up his cuo and mado a carom. "There was n man," to a gentleman friend: "Do you know I he said, "who had tho nnchor uurso feel savagely jealous to think of Tom getting married. But then I supposo down nbout as fino as any of them." twins always are moro attached to each Buffalo Express. other as brothers and sisters." And two yeari iter, nt Tom's wedWyoming?. Now, as to Wyoming, tho BufTrngo ding, sho said vt& girlish vivacity to etato to which I havo given tho greater tho wedding guests: "Dear old Tom! To bco him married attention, a few figures. Tho number of marriage licenses taken out after tho today, and then think how, when he was enfranchisement shows a great increaso only 5 years old, they brought him in to over thoso taken out in tho previous seo me, his baby sister. I wonder if ho year. Tho number of divorces granted thinks of it now!" Now York Meris very much smaller. This shows, in- cury. contestable, that tho fact of woman till Cunning Scheme. having been mado man's political Mr. Dreflleshort Sophronia, I wish equal haa not produced a dislike or you would look at that paper again and contempt for tho marriage relation. tell mo tho exact date when that train Beforo women began to voto thero, thero robbery took placo on the Missouri Pawere 74 prisoners in tho jail, two of cific whom wore women; at tho last census, Mrs. Dreflleshort Why? What ore after the amendment, there wero just you doing, James? 74 prisoners, all of whom wero men. Mr. Dreflleshort (who is bnsily writing Tho figures show that, in comparison letters to various relatives out west) I states, Wyoming want to locate a lot of bundles with tho surrounding of costly of tho amount of crime Christmas gifts has that wo didn't send-- on the number of divorces. and that particular train. Chicago TribMrs. Clara J. Colby. une. Shot Drilling. A Daring Youth. The shot process of drilling recently They had Leon on a visit to the dimo introduced is tho application of a very museum and wero cozily seated by the simple scientific and mechanical princi- parlor fire. Sho was musing and ho was ple. In this method of drilling through gazing on her fair face with admiration rock steel shot aro poured insido of the in his eyes. Suddenly sho raised her drill pipo, into a ring or channel mado head and said: in the rock by a few revolutions of tho "Well, there's one thing. Yon never pipe, the latter bearing on this ring of seo women exhibiting themselves as livebot, and when the pipe is revolved it ing skeletons." causes tho shot to revolve also and cut "No," ho promptly replied, "and you the channel in the rock deeper. From never will bo long's the supply of cotton tho results thus far obtained it is expect- wool holds out." New York Press. ed that as tho boring of large holes through hard rock by means of diamonds Proved by Her Own Word. the cost of which, as is well known, Fuddy My wife and I never wonld continues to bo very great is very ex- havo any trouble if Bho would only pensive work, the new process of drill- agrco with me instead of standing oat ing by means of steel shot will be usod on tho wrong sido, as sho always does. in many cases as a substitute for that of Duddy But sho declares that it is tho diamond drill. New York Sun. you who aro always on tho wrong side. Fuddy Thero! What did I tell you? Value of tho Suex Canal. Doesn't that provo just what I said? The Suez canal is tho most important Boston Transcript, shipping enterpriso known to history. It enables two ships to do tho work of three True, Courtesy. in trading between Europe nnd tho east. Featherstono That Mies Twilling you From Loudon to Bombay by way of the introduced mo to is a very polito girl. I capo is 10,505 miles; by tho canal, 0,330. called on her last night and asked her if It cost 17,000,000, was begun in 1836 she wouldn't sit down in the only armand finished in 18G9. Its length is 02 chair in the room, and what do you supmiles, depth 20 feet. The tolls average poso she said? 800 per vessel, or 8 shillings per ton of Ringway I can't imagine. net tonnage. The estimated saving to Featherstone Sho Baid "After you." commerco is 5,000,000 a year. In 1889, Truth. 8,425 vessels went through, the mean passing being 27 hours. Electric time of An Impertinent Question. lights are now used to enablo ships to "I hear that notwithstanding your adpass at night as readily as in the day- vanced ago you havo inarried a young time. Exchange. wife," said Gus de Smith to old Judge Slowpace. How Verdi I'auci lilt Time "Yes, my dear friend, and I am perIn spite of his 80 years, Verdi takes n fectly happy," replied the judge. horseback rido of nearly two hours' du"You are, eh; but how is it with Mrs. ration after dinner every day, and on his Slowpace?" Texas Sif tings. return plays a gamo of cards with some member of his family. All the musical Ohitaclei In the Wsy of Civilisation. work he does is accomplished during the Elephant Yes, I'd liko to keep up morning, and he talks as confidently of with tho times, but I can't afford it. It his next opera as if ho were half a cen- would bankrupt mo to have to buy even tury younger than he is. His leisure a spring overcoat. time, apart from the occupations menGiraffe But think what it would cost tioned above, is devoted to tho reading mo to wear standing collars. Chicago of poetry and philosophy. Paris Herald. Tribune. "Oar Smiling Queen." Looki the Same, However. Carmen Sylva is now in excellent "What an ethereal, exquisite creature health and is ablo to walk for a short Miss Smilax is, isn't she? Just look at distance Her majesty has becomo tho dainty poso of that left arm!" much thinner, and her hair, which be"Humph! That ain't poso it's vaccigan to change color aftor tho death of nation. " Chicago Record. her little daughter, tho Princess Marie, is now qaito white. Her majesty Th Easier Way. the moat beautiful teeth, which He My main object in life is to acaro often in evidence, for she smiles on quire wraith. all a habit which gave her the appelSho Well, why don't you marry, lation amoag tor people of "Our Smil- tbenN-Trot- fc. ing Queen." Exchange. an-chbil-liard- CONSTITUTIONAL I GOVERNMENT. ly 81 B. C. Tho Roman sennte, original100 members, afterward 200, raised tc 500 by Sylla, afterward to 000 by C:rsar. 1150 Farmers BanMTrnst or I Co POSTKB. This notice forewarn hu.teri, fitherusec afl tlhtrs not to trespass os our lands without per mlsrion, as allauvh will be prMtcated Vo ihe M tst cxtenlol the law Slgaed: STANFORD,. KY., now lully organised and ready lor business wits Philip III. 129'J Great parliament held in Scotland at Scone by John Balliol. 129 i First regular English parliament held. The namo parliament first applied to tho French assemblies of state. 1173 Parliaments of Ireland lwgnn with annual meetings nt Tara, 1205 First summons of barons by writ mado by John nnd directed to the bishop of Salisbury. 1258 Twelve persons chosen to represent tho commons in tho English parliament. 1258 Tho mad parliament, nn assembly of knights nnd burgesses, convened. 12G5 Writs signed summoning knights, citizens and burgesses to parliament. 1265 General representation by knights, citizens and burgesses took place in tho reign of Henry III. 1272 Tho ward parliament first np pears in tho laws of Englnud. 1290 Parliament of Paris made the chief court of justice in Franco by STAGE GUNJS. Paid up OapitAlJof Surplus, . $200,000 tooo 1303 Tho French parliament, formerly attending tho king's person, fixed at Pans. States general first met in France to resist exactions of tho pope. 1308 The English parliament becamo a legislative body. 132G General assembly held in Scotland by Robert Bruco at Cumberskcu-neth- . 1802 1350 s. ganized posed of ono of towns. Diet of tho German empiro orby edict of Charles III. comthreo colleges ono of electors, princes and ono of imperial St. Louis Globo-Dcmocr- TURF TOPICS. trotting standard until January, 1895. Thero are two classes of horses that will always bring good prices race horses A xnilo track will bo built nt Solum, Ala. Eight Indinna tracks havo records of 2:10 or better. Tho profits of tho Dallas trotting meeting wero V.0O0. ted Bello Cnssett, 2:21J, will Btart ns r. Th Directory ol this Hank it composed ol pacer next season. Forestus Keid, Lincoln county , Items of Interest from all over S. T. Harris, Llnroln; Nineteen of tho get of Onward outtTwl the State. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln, tho 2:30 list this year. My wife had brrn hclplnt with rheumatism for J. W. Hayden, Stanlord j John Goldsmith is tho leading money several weeks and confined to hrr bed. In les S II. Haughman J Lincoln; than one week sfler tiling the Klectropolte she winning driver of 1893. was able to be out act) go 10 cnurch. J. S. Hocker Stanford; Roadster nro bringing good money, J II. Hayes, Ocnsloro, Ky W. A. Trlbble, Stanlord; Since using the Electropoise I feel at least to but they are very scarce. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; younger. li YV, Flint, skylight, Ky. years T. P. liill.Stanlord. Directum has won moro heats in 2:10 believe the Electropoiie to be the greatest in K. L. Tanner, McKinney; any other four trotters. vention o( the age. Miu Maine AlcNaiyl than Greenville, Ky Vernon Kelly has given six trotters and T5e Electropoise has given perfect satufacti n J.S Hocker, President; M.J.Miller. Ml. John pacers records better than 2:12. in both cases, one neuralgia the other rheumatism, John J. McRoberts, Cashier; been pertuctly wonderlul. A A McKinnev. Assistant Cashier. Nancy Hanks holds seven track rec- and the result have J Whetan, llardstown, Ky. Richard ords which aro better than 2:10. 1 hanVs to the Klcctrcpoisc lor what it has done my family. It has Russia stands next to this country in for me andtroubles, brtlde. givingcured indigcslir.n ana User almost ImmediW. W. Willed ate relief for toothache, amount of purses offered to trotters. Carlisle, Kv. Heats in 2:10 or better have been trothave used the Electropoise In my lamily from GOURlER-dOURNAmy racthcr-i- n L law 73 years old dewn to the baby ted or paced over CO different tracks. one year old with the happiest results in all cases, bo no changes mado in the icveral of my neighbors have them and arc well Thero will t, 1 Edwin It. Lang is playing "Rip Van SUCCESSOR loTHK LINCOLN NATIONA1 Winkle out west. HANK OK STANFORD, Thomas W Keeno is writing his rem- Now closing up) with the sme asset. and uad.t the same management. iniscences for a magazine. By provisions of its chatter, depositor, are as lully protected a. aie depositors iu Natloaai John Kcruell's now comedy, by Frank Hanks, Dumont. is styled "McFndden's Elope- liaole to its shareholder, beinr held Individually the extent of the amount of their steel therein at the par value thereol, in addition to th ment. " iroouut invested in such shsres. It may act as Emlllo Pizzi's opern "Gftbriolla," that executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as individual Patti is singing, haa been published in anTo those who entrusted their bulsiness to ui England. while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank at here tender our many thanks an Thoy had n benefit nt Drury Lano tho Stanford, we we continue to transact their busineat trust they will other day and gavo a programme four witn us, ottering as a guarantee lor prompt alls' lion to same, our twenty year.' experience it and a half hours long. banking and as liberal accommodations as are cot Henry Irving is said to havo bought ilitout with sound hantfnr tho English right to Richard Mansfield's DiMacTOHs: J.J. Willttmi, Mt. Vernon "Dr .lekyll and Mr. Hyde." 6. II Shanks, Manloid; Tho new ballet "Don Qnixoto," in LonJ. S. Owsley, Mauford; don, differs from others of its class in F.J. Kiubry, Stanford; having n plot and dramatic interest. J H. Owsley, Stanford; niondin will celebrate his seventieth J. F. Casa, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; birthday in February by prancing over a A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville, Ky tight ropo in Crystal palace, Loudon. V. It. Cuintnini, I'reachersville Henry Petit, tho English dramatist S. II ShtnVt, President. who died recently after manufacturing Dr. J H. Owsley, Cashier, good mnny melodramas, sold his first W. M. Hiight, Teller. play for $25. Oscar Wilde has mado n French version of "Lady Windermere's Fan" nnd NATIONAL BANK has annoyed Jano Hading by asking her to play Mrs. Erlynne. OF STANFORD. KY. Tho emperor of Germany had his feelings hurt by a rcferenco to Sedan n Capital Stock-Surpl- us "Cathenno tho Cunning," by Mr. Oltlr.n, and has stopped tho play. Attention of the public is invited to the fat Tho "Noah's Ark" at Covent Garden Is the only Hank Stanford theater employs five elephant. 170 cats, ihat thisthe provisions Natioual Natioual in Hank Act Under of the ratB nnd canaries, some jwrforming lepoMtor are secured not only by the capital tock, but by the stockholders liability lor a mi nkes nnd n woman orchestra. tmount equal to the stock, so that depositors t Realism was carried pretty far tho this institution are secured by a fund of $4oo,lx Five aworn sutnncnts of other day in a London theater, where tr made each ye. no thethecondition of the baas United States govern two supers were shot in u battle scene ment and its assets arc examined at stated times ay government agents, thus securing aJdililout by tho dischargo of u gatling gun, tho and perfect safety to depositors, This institution, originally established at th wadding being blown into their faces. Deposit Hank of Stanford In iljl, then Daniel Bandmann's wife has been play- ired a the National Hank ol Stanford in 1K.J ana the First National Hank ing tho title part of "Hamlet" in Eng- sgain te organised a had practically an uninter-ol Stanlord in iS6j, has land. Charlotto Cuslnnnu, .Mrs. Vebto-val- rupted eiistcnceef ts jears Ills better supplied Mixs Marriott, Anna Dickinson and now with lACilule for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and Charlotto Cramp also nlaved the Dart. aoneranie career Accounts ol ndu :unci, firms and individuals respectfully solic J T C HALL. PKTKK I1ALMKR. IS PHILLIPS. J.E. 1IIIUCE M.LACKOWlrZ. T. D. VKWLAND. FKKDItAUMANN. R. L. WHITE. J. L.BKCK. G. C. LYON. MYERS HOUSE LIYERY 8TABX.X P. W.CREEN, Prop. 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Harper' Mgatin for iln will maintain t character that has made It th ftvorlt illustrated periodical for the home Among th rssnlts of ealerprl.es undertaken by the publishe-s- , there will appear during the year superbly Illustrated pipers on India br Edwin Lord Weeks, on the Japanese heaaon by Allrnl Parsons, on Germany by Poultncy lllgelow, on Pans by Itlchard liar-dinDavit, amfoa Mtaico by Frederic Iteming-tos; n. 1 (leased. Everybody should have one ry one-twelf- th one-fourt- h and roadsters. Ii Fleetwood park wero to bo cut up into building lots, its market valuo would bo over $2,000,000. Monroo Salisbury owns a Director filly that is entered in $71,000 worth of stakes the coming season. There are over 80 pacers with records of 2:10 and bettor, and out of tho lot but one, Storm, 2:08, is dead. Soino ono has figured out that George Wilkes' blood can bo found in tho pedigree- of 1.C65 standard performers. or Directum has the fastest recovd, record, 2:05; fastest stallion OfTallevtate Temple, No. 7, Sisters of the Mys2K)5i; fastest trotting race record, terious Ten. we, M by fastest third heat in a race, trotting, W.Know all men and these presentt. thatllroaddus Secretary, FJiaa P. Trustees Turf, Field and Farm. 2Ki. M W. F .Jmnie Thompson, Secretary, Irujteet Hayden, Rose Adkios, 1 Kev. J I. Rodgtrs, Danville, Ky The Electrcpoise has cured me of asthma and 1. Yocum, Tiylorsvltle, Ky. kidney trouble. I am wonderfully pleased with the Elcctrupolie and would not be without It lor any consideration. It baa done a world ol good lor me already Mrs Jonatfcan neld, Knob l.ick, Ky, Monev could not buy the Electropoise from roe. It has given my wife wondettul relief from rhcu C. W. Wright, Campbellssille, Ky. mattiiu. I regard the Electropolie as the wonder of the 19th century. My wile, though not yet well, is better tban she has hat been for j year, having been a constant sufferer and confined to her bed with little prospects of ever being out but is now up and about II U. Woodward, tiardyvillc, Ky almost a miracle. To me the work Verona, Ky. V. M. ol the Electropoise Is a inyste Is a ten page eight column democratic newspaper It contain the br of everything going 11EN-IIWATTERSON Is the ed.ur Y PRIOE, $1 00 A YEAR. The WEEKLY COURIER. JOURNAL makes Among the other notable fraturea of th year very liberal terms to agents, and gives Iree pre will be novels by George du Maurier and Charles Sample copies of the papvr and Dudley Walter, the personal reminiscences ol mixms fcr club four page Premium Supplement sent free to any W. D. llowtlls and eight short atoriet ol Wesaddress. Write to tern frontier life by Owen liter. Short itnrict lll also be contributed by llrander Matthews, Richard Harding Davis, Mary K. Wilklns, Ruth L ThoCOUMER-JOURNACO. Mclnrry Stuart. Miss Laurence Alma Tadema, George A. Hlbbard, Quesday d Ileiurepalre, LOoIbVILLE, KY. Thomas Nelson Page, and othars. Articles on The topics ol current interest will b contributed by distinguished specialist. Semi Weekly Interior Journal, And The HARPER'S PERIODICALS. am mmmim Weekly Courler-Jouri- ml Will be sent cne year to any addrett for OS TC. W. P WALTON, Addres., 88 Stinford, Ky Harper's Young People.... Postage p'ree to all ubscrlbr Stalls, Canada and Mcalco. Hrprs Mrsrint......... ....,. Hrpr' Weekly. Harper' IUr... ....... ....... Per Year: ...... in th ...J .., 00 4 00 00 400 United YOUR FUTURE PERSONAL GOSSIP. Professor Max Muller, tho philologist, at Oxford, England, with his wife, who is an English woman. Hetty Green's son describes himself to a reporter as "born a Quaker, brought up a Protestant, educated n Catholic and in business.mntters n Jew." Sir Philip Cnrrie, permanent chief of tho foreign office, London, will shortly marry Mrs. Singleton, favorably known in literature under tho nnmo of Violet Fane. Sir Archibald Alison believes that the great continental war cannot bo long delayed. Ho means actually, of course. Tho war has been going on on paper for a decade post Cornelius Vnnderbilt never sees reporters. Ho never attends public dinners or other functions. Ho Eoldom goes to his clubs. Iii a word, hu avoids publicity and keeps himself in the background. He Ids time to his great railroad interests, his home and his religion. Dom Pedro, the eldest son of tho Count and Countess d'Eu, is nt present studying nt tho military academy at Vienna, his only associate thero being tha young Princa d'Alencon. Tho Count and Countess d'Eu have ordered that their son should never hear politics discussed. is 70 years old. He lives do-vot- es Eddie Jonea, Hannah Sallie Miller, Tieatuter. all residents ol Stanford. Lincoln county, Kentucky, hereby associate together and tcon,e incorporated, under p irpose the law. of the Stated Kentucky, for Uolollcwmg hereinafter expressed, and adoj t the article ol incorporation, 1 The name of the incorporation shall be I al- a leviate Temple, No 7 of theSistcrtol the Mjale-nouto-w- it: es jywsi J' wis yy)5 yrv fAr Ten. II. The principal place of business at Stanford, tiegfn with the The Volumes of Ihe Msgstm Numbers ol June and December of each year. When no time I mentioned, subscriptions will be gin with th Numhtr curreent at th llm of th receipt of order. Hound Veil ?f Harper' Mar bindaxine for three year back, la nea on receipt ing, will e tent by mail, pol-piof I) per volume Cloth Cases, lor binding, 50 mall. poM.patd. cents ea by by Post office Remittances should be mail Money OrUoror Dralt, to avoid chance of lot .V Address HARPER UUOTllkRI New York t.n h-- PHILOSOPHICAL COGITATIONS. Whon a man wins, the world does not Btop to inquire how ho did it. We dread the man you cannot meet on tho etreet without his trying to be funny. Tho unhappy women nro not all married to mean men. Most of them are not married at alL poe-eees- es It makes no difference how rich the material may be, a summer dress always looks poor in winter. If a man loves hit wife, he will quit amoking at her request, but if a woman loves her husband she will not ask it. W have an idea that when we get to heaven th people we hated most on arth will be standing near when our record is read. Atchiaoa Glob. Il.tUThe general nature of the business to be transacted shall be the giving ol aid to number-whare sick ordlsiressed ; the pto IdirK therefor and for the burial of the dead and the are of the membership geuerally, who the Grand with and needy, and to undertakings, Lodt-eo- f the Order In its chailtablc and todoiuchthingsat come within the tcore of and benesoTence. Je charitacharltv IV. The corporation being organued forslot k or to have no capital ble purposes only it it ttockholdert: butr.cn person who contributes to d ' the corporation the turn benefitt deemeifarnerrber and entitled toad he the rule, long he shall comply with at such, to of the corporation and pat tuch duet, fines and atscttmtnU at shall b made against the memberi from tunc to time for its support. V The corporation shall commence from the for recfiling ol the articles in the proper cilice twenty ord and terminate it the expiration ol Vl?Vn"arTalrs of the corporation are to be conto be elecducted by a Hoard ol five 5j Directors, membeisol ted annutlly. from and by the lawful ie corporation, at their first meetiugin ""ember or each year. And at the tame time there shall be elected a Princess a Deputy Prlnceat, a Secretary Treasurer, which and an Aislttant Secre.sry and a executive officer, last named otneert thall be the thall fill the rannut chairs ol the corporation, and which ofheert at the stated meetiegt, and all of until their sue year and trull hold office lor one qualified. The Treasurer are elected and the t.ia'l be required to give bond forthall lallhfu! by be fiaed of duty.in such turn at corporal on ih. constitution and by luw, The me until the said officeato, hold 1 thall at once fill election in December, Tht taid officers and Iloanl thall have tuch duliet and powers at shall be be to them by the rules a d VII The private property of the members la debts. to be exempt from corporate the corporation shall VII. The Indebtedness of not exceed five thou.and dollar. have perpetual IX. The said corporation shall auccettion, the right to tue and be sued in Iti to have a common ame contract., to acquire property and uantftrToe, at private atitpleaurea and arule, atd Individual. for the regulation, tab l.h bylaw, government of It. member and hall po.se. all corporate. the power, of a body thall have the X The corpoion member, the pr.tent member of the formed, aociation, fro which tht. Is roe, a. It without the payment of the membership aucceed. to .11 of the property ol .aid a.sociation. In testimony whereof, wltne. our lgnature. thit the 6th day 01 December, 1853. lenaie Thompson, Sallie Millar, Hannah Hayden, Kota Adkin., Eliim Broaddus, Martha Sim., Ellen Kincaid, Belle Chenault, Martha Walker. IJUd Sneed. Sally Hawford, Peytoa, Mw,lh!, W.V"D' Pattle Mlddleton, Maria MiddUtoo, w Hill. o re-li- ef 0- awo-i- . HHRPER'S give : BHZHR foe, the Fashions ; and alik llluHtruts'tl. Is a journal lor tht horn. 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Walton, Business Manager MEAN 3 BUSINESS. r- - Buy your school bookH ntul school buj piles ol all kliula at A. II. I'enny'B. Watches, clock b nml Jewelry ropnlrril and warranted. KitKraviiu, n Hpucinlty, nt A. K. 1'unny'H. TilKlnri'Ht stock of Druiw, Medicines, Perfumery, Paints nnd Wall Paper nt A. H. Penny's. Prescription a specialty. mm PERSONAL POINTS." Claiibm-- Tatk is (juite sick. .Ma. W. R lUvsi.v, of LoxinKton) Is hcru on btislness. Mihs N ankik Hiiown, of the WubI Knd, visited relatives horn this week. Mikh Maiiy A urn CAMfBt.i,of Shelby, City, is visiting Mien Loin Burks. JttXiK J. It. Dknnih, tho clover drummer, was with our merchants lioro yes terday. JIiwj .Maiiy Jcwirrr, nn accomplished young lady, of Culinn, 0 , Is visiting her aunt, Mm. J. K. Alford. The lovely Mios Kiln McKlwain, of Franklin, arrived yesterdny to visit Mies-. es Mnggiu and Linda Mn. Jack Hohlky, who hns been down with tho grip sinco thu liolidays, Is 'ow able to sit around IiIh room. i Out-ley- Mkh. Mattii: SwkKNKY, of Lnnmtnter, prtwed through to Columbia yesterday. Mrs. Hlnncho Sweeney nccompanliHl her far. Mas. Jknnik Oahi'HXTKii, Miss SnlUo Cxik and Messrs. C. 0. Carpenter and Moses Cook, of the Wont Ktid, were here y ester Jay. thlH Mk. Cii.wti.iw J. Cum. of Williniiifi-Luris learning how to put up periK'rip-ti'ii- s under Dr. J. S. Wolls in Mcltob g, drug store. Mrwum. Tom Ykaokr, Joo Deckelmsn and Charley Cox are the Intent addition h , ' to the rniformtHl Stanford Gold Hand, wlilih is rehearsing regularly. J. II. Dkithicii, tho clever agent for tho Chninberlnin Medicine Co., Den Moines, Iowa, was here this week and renewed the ad. of his excellent romc-die- s for another year. llo.v Joii.x Sam Owbi.kv, Sii., lias returned from Atlanta, whore he took n car lo.ul of inulea. He only sold a few at very low prices and had to leave thu rest with a commission house. Mn. P. 0. Hoyi.k, tho energetic busl- nets manager of tho Danville Adocate, drove up with Mr, A. II. Cunutnghnm, of the Chatflold tt Wootla Paper Co., and inadu us a pleasant call, Tuesday afternoon. Mies. Lkk F. IIui tman, formerly Miss Kate Williams, the noted Kentucky btnger, spent a few days at Madison Female Institute last week visiting her sis ter, Miss Dolly Willinma.-Kiohm- ond Climax. Mies Ada SirrroN writes us that she lias been appointed a notary public, an unusual ofllco for a woman to hold. Since her location at Pinevillu sho has increased her reputation as a rapid nnd correct stenographer and typist, and has been highly complimented by thu lawyers (or the successful manner in whh h sho has taken tho testimony in a nuin- ber of important cases. CITY AMD ViCINITYT Da.nkb, tho peoplo'a Jeweler. m Ami'K-- I room cottngu for M stoves at cost at m m rent. J. " S HughcH. IIkati.no it Co.'s. V. 11. Wear-o- n Yocii account is ready for you, nnd settle. McKinney Pros. Kkmkmiiek Call Mit. J. P. Paxton is announced in this issue aa a candidate for the democratic nomination for county attorney, a position he hns filled so acceptably aud so Yoi'K account will bo ready January satisfactorily that ho has by common conlBt. Call and settle. A. H. Penny. sent been awarded a walk-ov- er so far as m Yoi'ii account is copied and do not de- his party is concerned. Mr. Paxton has made no noiso and flourished no trumlay paying it. W. II. Wearen & Co. pets, but ho has made thu county ono of Uemkmiikr that M. F. Klkin pays tho the best olllcerssho hns overbad. He has highest cash price for hides and all kinds earned the plaudits of his constituency of fur. and is entitled to tho honor of an unani- when you want anything in the Jewelry lino, go to Danks. IDiiiNK "Padung Java" coireo; now. .McKinney A; Mocker. m Mas. Slauoiitkii writes us that tho Two romantic San Francisco houIb Crab Orchard local optlou election will hired a steam launch to take them and n not bo postponed. minister several miles out on tho Pacific . whero their matrimonial bark was Wilb HoWAitD will bo hung by tho launched. neck at Vienna, Mo , until ho ia Joseph Maxey, who ia but 18, and dead, dead dead, and tiny God have Miss Fannio Moore, just H wore permercy on his murderous soul. mitted by their parents to marry, TuesDa. J. S. Aim'I.eman finding that his day, instead of bting switched and put practlco would bo attended with much to sleep In separate beds. -I- tev. T. W. Watts, the M. E church, harassing litigation, has decided to leavo tho State and will not return to Stan- south, pastor of Maysvllle, and Mina Rosa V. Fitch will bo married at tho homo ford again. . of tho bride's father, Rev. J. W. Fitch, Foa Sale o Kent. My desirable in Winchester on tho 31st. property on tho corner of Main nnd Mill l)y tho maniago of George lliy nnd StreetH and adjoining Mrs. Mollio Vray' Mrs. Lucas, nt Deputy, Ind., Mrs. Lucas Will give a bargain in either case. Mrs. became her daughter's daughter-in-law- , Mary Matheny. and George Ray is now tho father-in-la. of ids own father. Can you tell how? Leon, the scono painter who wrecked In Iowa a Mr. Corn was married to the lifu of Miss Mary Craig, is wanted a Miss Wheat. At tho wedding cerein Jacksonville, Fin., whore ho married Mhs Carriu Davis. It is now known mony tho choir sang, "What Shall the Harvest Re?" A gamin in tho gallery Hint ho has vo living wives. yelled out "nubbins!" and they fired him Wm. Howards, adjuster for tho Ph out of the pyugouuu. nix, of Hartford, was here yosterday to Rev. Simon Roundtree, a colored see about Til ford Messer's Iobh of hay ItnptiHt preacher, of Lincoln, Nob , aland barn. He did not pay thu loss but though 9 years old, thinks matrimony Local Agent Tribblo says ho will do so ia far from n failure. Ho has recently soon. married for tho eighth time. Thu latest . The post otlleo at Somerset ia agitating Mrs. Roundtreo is H yenrs his junior. Dr. Frank Lord, of Canada, and Mits thu elect. Mrs. Tartor's term expired some time ago. Senator Lindsay is said Moyer, b Louisville seamstress, were ponsational circumto ho backing J. Claunch, Hlaekburn married under rather Ho has been studying at the hforCapt. S. M. Hoone, while Gov. stances. McCreary undonwa W. II. Waddle. Tho LouiHville Medical College, and ho and Mlsa Moyer have been boarding at tho olllce pays ? 1,800 a year. same houso. Hu became a victim of tyIn is reportml that four of the cundi-dnt- phoid feu", and for eoino timo was at for jailer havo decided that their tho poinf of death. Miss Moyer disrechances aro not bright enough to put up garded .nvontiounlities and offered to tio entrance feo of s and will not unto nurne liim. Dr. Cheatham, who was up thustutr. Aa they have not ordered theiuvalid, insisted that he must their announcements discontinued, two go to a hospital. Dr. Lord asked if it will not give their names. would be all right for his wife to nurse him. Dr. Cheatham said yes, if hu had Gentle spring time never brought a one. Dr. Lord then proposed to Miss lovelier, balmier day than W'udnosday, Moyer, was accepted and Rhv. S. S. though it was the dead ot mid winter Waltz was sent for at once aud the martime. It wbn absolutely beyond com- riage Bervice performed. pire. Yesterday was warm nnd showery. The predictions for Friday are fair, "DEATH'S DOINGST" with moderate cold wave Our Lancaster letter announces tho The absurdity of somo of tho prohibi- death of Hiram Iliatt, which occurred tion laws is shown in the statement that yesterday morning. a Wayne county farmer saved a boy Captain A. 0. Rabcock, a prominent Irom drowning, and fearing the ducking Mason nnd thu founder of tho Masonic might make him sick gave the boy a homo at Richmond, Va., died at that drink of whisky. He was indicted and place Tuesday. fined ilO for giving litpior to a minor. Mrs. Susan Cook died of heart di. sease nt Danville Monday night, aged XoNKof the hands 011 the four dials ot 7S. Sho was tho widow of tho thu courthouse clock point to thu eaino about late Allen Cook, brother of Rev. Stroth-e- r hour and no one can bo sure of tho timo Cook, Sr., Mrs. Reusy Nuvius and Mrs. till it strikes. As it is tho clock is a Evan Waters. She was a faithful and expense. Can't tho county judge useful member of tho Danville Baptist whose duty It is to seu after tho timo church, loved by all for her many noble piece, eeo that tho trouble is remedied? traits of character. Sho leaves ono child, . The men seem to intend Mrs. KmmaTerhune, with whom she to carry the war into Africa. They will, had been living sinco her husband's we learn, attempt to prevent tho renew- death about nine years ngo. After a al of tho licenses in Stanford by present- funeral sermon by Rev. J. W. Lynch o ing petitions signed by a majority of tho her remains were laid to rest iu tho cemetery Wednesday. voters living iu tho prescribed area, in which case, thu judge will have to reAFFAIRST" CHURCH fuse further license. Rabbi Farher nfter working IiIb peoThe next lecturer to appear in thu ple at Atlanta for all ho could, (skipped course is Dr. James Hedloy, who was out, leaving them to mourn his loss and with us last season and give eo much that of much money. satisfaction. He will bu here MonAt Wollman, Ind., saloon-keepday evening, Jan. 'U It is said of tho Wilson becamo converted during a prodoctor that ho has no equal on tho lee tracted meeting and inviting hia friends turu platform nnd many who heard him burned hia whiskies aud last year ngreo that tho praise is not too In there was not a convert in hlKi. Japan. In 1SS1 there were nearly 7,000. Died or ma injimues. A few weeka Iu ISoD there were no copies of tho Bingo, Wm. I.inahan, better known as ble, but iu lSb3 57,503 parts of the Bible Hilly Irish, went to Livingston to visit and 20.30S Bibles or Testaments wero his daughter. While there he fell oh" of distributed. the high footbridge over tho river aud FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. striking the rocks below sustained injuries that finally proved fatal. Ho was P. W. Green bought of Smith tho clover old gentleman, who for many Baughman n I year-olfilly for $200. years had charge of thu sand drying It only costs lour mills a pound to house at Rowland. transport pork from Chicago to Liverto-da- si sacks of flour was booked from Nashville, Tenn , on tho steamship Rosshire, loading there, for Liverpool. Cnttlo kings of Montana, at their J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. meeting at Helena, offered 3,000 two year old steers, valued at $30 a head, 23d, 1894. to havo tho mill come is's''ai(1 ofr at Helena. In two years the steers Full corps of Conwrvatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music would be worth about $135,000 their An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. present vnluo being $1)0,000. nn-nual Stanford Female College, Spring Session Tuesday, January 13. r Corbett-Mitcho- ll an w 11 J. W. HOCKER. The Duval Athletic Club issued a card announcing positively that the New Firm of-fight willtaku place on January 25. It is further announced that Bhould any emergency arise tho club is prepared to handle 0,000 people, by which it la understood the pugilist in (Successors to McKinney Uros.) tend to fight in the woods. Tiie governor of Florida says they shall not fight Tin-Queen- sin that State. Owing to tho high railroad rates the Spreckles Sugar Company, of San Francisco, has signed contracts with a steamship line providing for the transporta: : AW3D : IDTEW : tion to New York via Capo Horn of I nbout 50,000 tons of raw sugar. We solicit your patronage and guarantee satisfaction. Come and The Worla's Fair commission wants Very Truly, Congrcfcs to give it 12,500 to complete see us at the old stand. McKinney & Mocker. the work required by the act creating it. -- W. McKinney. McKINNEY & HOCKER, Dealers In Groceries, Hardware, Woodenware, &c. GOODS ITOW PKICES f es A February number of the Illustrated Kentuckian, is thu Woman's Souvenir Edition. Tho leading article is Woman's Work in Kentucky, an address delivered by Mrs. E. D. Potts, nt the Woman's Building, in Chicago, September '03 and nov-e- r before in print. Besides sketches and notices of distingtished Kentucky women, tho following engravings will appear: Mesdames. Elizo Brand Woodward, Rosa Vertner Jellrey, Lertho HonoJe Palmer, Ccrnolia Oldham Kigle, Mary Love Yantis, Klizi R. Parker, John M. Clay. Sara II. Henton, Sophia Fox Sfa, Josephine K, Henry, Linn Sparks Dun-laEmma Gowdy Collins, Ida Goldsmith Morris, Cornelia Bush, Elizabeth Knox Tarkington, Maggio Crngg Bell. Mitses Jennie Cnweday, Currio Duke, Bessie Strauss, Alice Garnett, Mario Middleton Thixton, Virginia C Castle-maPottle Anderson, and eleven Kentucky Beauties. Send in orders now. $1.00 a year; 10 cents a number. Address Illustrated Kentuckian, Box SOI, Lexington, Ky. p, n, DR. S. G. HOCkER, DRUGGIST. Drug-Stor- e The Opposite the Myers House is the plnco to buy your Drugs, School Supplies, School Hooks, Glass Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. he Best Goods For The Least Call and sec us. Money- - DR. S. C. HOCKl!B, Th. Druggist. lew CARPETS. Our New Carpers are use-le- w anti-whis- ky Dau-vill- Tho Q. A C. would bo pleased to have all farmers, or others who are interested, drop us a card, asking for information nbout our land seekers' excursions Tickets at Ono Faro for Round Trip from Circinnati, Louisville or Lexington, Ky., to points in Kentucky, Tmnrs see, Alabama, Mississippi, and points in Georgia as far east as Augusta; also to New Orleans and Mobile. Kxcureions January Sth, Febuary Sth, March Sth and April 0th, Limited to 20 days for return. Writo to W. P. Cooley, T. P. A. Cleveland, O ; O. A. Baird, T. P. A., Detroit, Mich., or A. J. Lytle, X. P. A., Chicago, Ills., for information as to rates, etc., and for literature on tho South, or to W. O. Rinearson, Gen'I Pass'r Agent, Cincinnati, O, Saxiiy's Querry to Inoerboli.. This beautiful song (words and music regular sheet music size) will be mailed to unv one enclosing 5c in stamps to D. G. Edwards, General Passenger Agent, O. II.. it D. R. R Cincinnati, Ohio. Mn Phoebe Thomas, of I unction City, III., was told by her doctors sho had consumption and that there wm no hope for her, but two bottles of I'r King's New Dhcovvry completer cured and nerlile Mr Titos ICgBers, n, Florida St , San Francisco, suffered from a dread ful cold, approaching consumption, tried without result else then bourht one bottle ot Dr. King's Neu Discovery and in two weeis was cured. Hit Is nAturally thanktul. It is stun re suits, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy f this medicine In coughs and cjlds. Free trial bottles at A. K. Penny's Drag 1,'aiHlln ff a. lll, "in isvumi int: Mn.. anv j - ARRIVING Known before. : DAILY. They Come and see them and get prices. Are Cheaper than Ever All wool carpets from 55c up. tt2Call and get the February number of -:- - THE METROPOLITAN, SEVERANCE & SON. And see the beautiful patterns. Fifty pieces new Ginghams, Percales, &c, etc. er Two Lives Saved. HARD TIMES PRICES Will now be made on all Winter goods. ly npjsusacu hr We begin now to knnukkMiiMerlraile Our $1.50 silk mufflers now Si, our 50c muffler 35c, a few seal Muffs left, reduced from $4 to $2, just half price. Ladies and gents' Cloth gaiters reduced 50 per cent. Comforts and Bed Blankets at a great redoction. Our ladies', misses' and children's Cloaks and gentlemen's Overcoats we are determined to sell and if you don't give our price we will take yours. m NEW ADVKBTI3EMK.VTS. d J. IS. PAXTON, I a candidate for the democratic nomination for County Attorney, subject to the Primary Election, March 3rd pool. somo-thin- g m Wanticd. Old stylo brass candlesticks. Must bo in good order. Dunka, tho Jeweler. mous Killino at Junction City. Hearing that a man had been killed at Junction t .1 Fou Hkst: My houso on upper Main. City yesturday, we telegraphed Capt. Apply to ltoubon Thomas Richards to wiro us tho particuMrs. Kato lJays. lars, which ho did as follows: John Williams. Dryo wnashot and instantly killed by J. P. Adams bought In Pulaski a lot Jason Hlackerty this morning. Tho neof butcher cattlo at '2c. and three gro mado the attack by firing two or old cattlo at 3c. three shots first. Blackerty had thu . . ' Wantbu a position by n amort, capablo man arrested for knocking him down with intent to rob him last night and ouur man, 18 years of ago. Address was out on bond, when ho commonced Ky. "Hustler" Stanford, tho attack. Money to loan on blue grass farma at A short timo ago, Mrs. Annio Ends, 0 per cent. J. W. Honnlngs Sorm, Room succeeded through Iter attorney, tho 10 Kenyou P'Idg, Louisville. 1 "Hon." Josh Dye, in oecuring arrearage r.vrnioT8 with commissions aa long aa of pension tojthe Jatnount of S2.432.20. your nrm na atorokeopora and gaugora sad- She hod always taken caro of herself bely wander about waiting for assignment, fore, but so aoon na eo much money that never come. Verily many nro call- camo in eight her family felt great about her and her ability to haned to aervo their couutry, but fow are chosen. dle it. Accordingly, her daughter Mre. t A report ia current her John Spratt, appealed to Judge Varnon Small-Pox- . Bmall-po- x at to havo a trustee appointed for her and that there are nine cases of Danville, but it no doubt originated in the caae was tried before a jury Wednea that tho authorities aro taking day, which decided that the old woman approach of the was not capable to handle the funds , precautions againat the An appeal will be taken. loathsome dlaoaae. ... m 1 .i.-fa- nt Gentry Bros., of Boyle, bought of West Knd parties, 12 agod mules nt $75 to $00. Our boys' and gents' Boots, reduced 25 per cent, and if that don't Tho Minneapolis Hour output in 1S03 close them out we will still cut the price. Our I lavintr decided to change niv location I will of will reach 9,200,000 barrels. Tho output fer forsaleat p.iblic auctioti my entire stock of of tho Duluth mills 1,007,610 barrels. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, At Mt. Sterling best cattlo brought Underwear and everything usually kept in n dry 3 j to 3 j. About S00 wero oilerod. Tho coo.1 store. Sale will begin Saturday, Jan. A Also same prices prevailed at Georgetown liOth, at go'ciock 26thM. same on Jan. 33d, at For boys nnd men must be sold and in fact all winter same time, on Jan. at time, and Jan to goods will now with a dull market. will close tho sale. Kverything put up wilt be be slaughtered in order to clean up for the Spring trade. As soon as without any and for CASH, Theodore Powell hns rented tho J. sold, Jt the Wilson tariff bill is passed good times will come rushing in upon oj I'ror., JACOII HUMMELSTEIN Q. Montgomery farm on tho Milledguvillo Must uil!t, Ky us and we must be in shape. Wc have a lot of odd Lace Curtains and piko for this yoar and will move to it. a lot of samples of Carpeting (or rugs to close. A price will be made 'Bun" Gainea will run tho old Smith PUI1LICSA1.E OF on these goods to insure a sale. And now don't forget that we are farm Air. Powell vacated. 1 1 headquarters for the J. B. and P. D. Corsets, the Standard Pattcrus A good crowd attended Mr. James and for Table Cloths, Napkins, Towels, Draperies, Dress Goods, &c. Dudderar'a Bale yesterday and live stock We forgot to say that we have a large line of Wool Overcoats that brought good prices. Fancy saddle mare On Thursday, January 25, 1894, must be sold. Come and see all that we have. brought $151; work horses $10 to G0; On the premises where I now live, near the milk cows $'25 to $30 and bows and pigs .V Middleburg pike, two miles Irom Huh the highest bidder will sell tho $10 to $10. Tho mules were sold privately. tonville, I describrd to property. One pairall good followingJ. F. Barbee, ol Bourbon, took tho work mules, a good brood mares, in foal to good mare, one buggy horse, a i premium at Atlanta on his pair of bronze jack,fillythree year-olcolts, t Jersey cow, i graded cow, i Jernice old heifer, j nice yearling sey heifer, i turkeys. The gobbler weighed 41 and steers, good ewes bred to good buck. All my 17 A young pair farming implements. 3 two uorse wagons, t tho hen 22 pounds. good moivlutr machine. new hay rake. i weighed 34 and 10 pounds respectively. turning plows, double shovels, harness, &c. 30 Tho nutnbor of buahola of grain be- oarrcisoi corn in tne crio.made on a credit ol tell Dealers in- TERMS. Sale will be months for all sums over $10, with interest from ing mashed daily by tho Kentucky under at present in operation aggre- date. at 10 and W. H. cash In hand, Hustonvllle. UADGKTT, va gates 20.3S9 bushols, at against 03,523 bushels for the Batno timo a year ago. For the firet timo in tho history of tho country, the avorago prico of potatoes has oxceeded tho prico of wheat. We have opened on Depot Street a Ilutcher Shop, we will keep at alt the Last year tho average price of potatoes best meats thatwherecountry affords. Wo timeshanwill the dle nothing but the best and will was CO cents while that of wheat was a little over 53 cents. SEJLX Tho first movement in tho way of diOor As we can not keep will rect trade with Europe from tho West be served in the best books. and we customers patstyle solicit the ronage of the public, we also buy good through Charleston, S. O., was made cattle and hogs. ANDERSON CARR A CO., Call and Examine their Stock. Monday, when a consignment of 2,000 j 83 3m cUanford, Ky. I Groat Auction Salo. Winter Clothing 1 Personal Property JM Mus-tnmil- le HUGHES & TATE. d two-ye- bug-ir- y. 1 FARRIS & HARDIN, -- 1 Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, .New Meat Sh.op. first-cla- ts Queensware, Glassware, Harness, &c. for cash only, corn-fed Plows, Wagons, Harrows KisVyU'U' $& rJt '.&; Js.Vfc'lifes 3 . .lciktJ!g Jfa-- ? - ' - I'n 'K ". VJMyyi '"m,mfWy innii ' ,' i m'fTH mmimmmimdmmm "'M, 'l"M" f V j.,. ' ij lis wwprTTr' ( Semi-Weekly Interior Journai 53 "ViW Sv sSassLs wJ& :B:53 J Pabllabed Every Tuesday and Friday AT PffiR YiflA-T- IV A.P VAfClC $3 c h.(f'7r VmLiSSLJl. VJVSg-V- F CSrWhea not so paid 3U.60 will be charged."" FARM KETTLE. R , Vff Itrtch 1'ouiitUtloo uiul Cuter 1L Ono of the newities upon farm U a Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning J at s:op. m. tot kottlo for lulling food for boss, liens r;nd othor stork, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. it is often impossible to locatu this within one or tho farm pm ,............. ...! 37 Mail train going North arises of .......! 13 pa buildings, and so tho m "ssity " " South ... .. n 51 pm building u brick foundation for the ket- Express train " South........ . ' North........ 31Jla 93s lm Local Freight North.......... ... South- ' .....ao7P tn K.C. Eet LOCAL TIME CARD. IfWltli n Good 11 -- The latter traint alio carry passenger. The abore if calculated on standard time. (me i about o minutet raster. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Solar r. Gotnz North traint p Junction City a 1 fol- e Vestibule starts 6 a. m. lows: Honda Local u 55 Limited 3 p. m. Limited i.it am South-- N. O. Vestibule l jt p. m. Limited it p in Locil 1.11 p. ui. "Blue-Or- al Vestibule arrives 8.4a p. m. IIlue-Grass Ves-tibuiP-- .... " , trj rr Jills JfygtsiFs FARM KETTLE. ft !i fflsoMety .Pawdet f pow- Pure der. Higest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. royal:bakinq POWDER CO., 100 Wall St., New York. A cream of tarter baking ersey milk to the people of btanlord an d at the following prices, delivered : Fresh Milk, per gallon 90 costs 10 cent Skimmed Milk, pir gallon S centi Butter Milk, per gallon I will make two trips daily. The patronage ol the G. A. PKVTON, public Is solicited. 1 yr. Stanford, Ky I will open on January 16th, 1S93. a First-Cla- tt Dnry, from which 1 can supply any quantity of and Row- . 91-- J&LIFEh orer-eiertlo- n; NEW - Drain and Nerve Power; Lost Manhood; Uuirkness; Night Lowes; Evil Dreami; lack of Confidence; Nervousness; Latitude; oil Drains; Loss of Power ut the Generative Organs in either sex, caused by Youthful Error, or Excessive Use of Tobacco, Opium or Liquor, which soon lead to Miter, Consumption, Inumltyrnd Death. Dy mail, II a box; 6 for 15; with written guarantee to cure or refund money. WEST'S COUGH HYHUP. A certain cure for Coufihs. Colds, A'thma, Bronchitis, Croup, Whooping Cough, Huru Tliroit. Pleasant to take, bmall size discontinued; olJ.coc.size, nowSbc.; old H elze, sow 60c. OUABANTEFS Issued onlr by Dr. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment Is sold under positive written guarantee, by author lzed agents only, to cure Weak Memory; Loss of A. R. PENNY, Jlhn B. Castleman. Stanford, Ky. A. G. Lan"iam ROYAL insurance Company .OF LIVERPOOL. "BARBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS,: Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KY. inenniraI - i(uP?t PAIN-INSURES 7ni w-J- " I RQ?Kh LESSENS io LIFE of MOTHER SAFETY and CHILD. My wife, after bavin? used Mother's Friend, passed through tho ordenl with littlo pain, was stronger in one hour than in a week nftor tho birth of her former child. J. J. McGoldrick, Beans Sta., Tonn. Mother' Friend robbed pain of Its terror and shortened labor. 1 hate tho healthiest child I over saw. Mas. L. M. Arrr.ny, Cochran, Ga. Sent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt of price, $1 JO per bottle. Boole "To Mothers" mailed free. BRAOflCLO REGULATOR CO.. AtlauxOa, For Sale by all Druggists. I had a malignant breaking out on mv Ie below the knee, and was cured soundandweU OtherblocJdmediclnes had failed Will 40 do me any good. ifFH Olory a; d I was troubled from chUdhood with on trrnvatwl case of Tetter, rind three bottles KjEsSsGsV Oar book on Wood and Bkin !, Minnvlue.LT. tie ont of doors. Such n kettlo should be protected from tho weather, for if it is not the kettle is soon rusted, and tho bricks become loosened by tho entrance of water from tho top. A good protection is shown in tho illustration. Tho corner uprights are secured to tho brickwork by iron straps, one side aud tho front of tho wooden structure being hinged at tho top, allowing free access to tho kettle. This useful contrivance will bo inoro convenient if tho top of tho structuro in which the kettlo is set bo of Transformation of Jiipmi. ono complete slab of btono, slato or Their railways, of which 1,700 miles is not at all necessary. but this aro now open, are well constructed and American Agriculturist. well regulated, and tho first homemade locomotive was built in Japan last Preparing Poultry Tor Market. Tho jiobt aud telegraph system Poultry Poultry should bo kept from leaves nothing to bo desired. Tho Nipfood 24 hours beforo killing. Chickens Kill by bleeding in tho roof pon Yuseu Kuiha (Japanese Steamship of the mouth or veins of tho neck; leavo company), which owns 17 ships running head and feet on; do not draw crop or to Chiueo and other iorts and carries a intestines. For scalding uso water just largo trade, now intends to enlarge its below tho boiling point; pick neck and ojwrations by starting a first class lino legs while dry; hold by head and legs for passengers nnd cargo to Sydney nnd and dip three times. By avoiding scald Melbourne. As tho presont servico is exlug tho head and legs tho fowl will pre- cellent and tho accommodation good, sent a much better appearance. When thero is every reason to anticipate suctho comb has been dipiied in water, it cess for this new development. Coal turns bluish red, which hurts the sale. mines aro being rapidly opened up, nnd Remove tho feathers and pin feathers tho production of iron is steadily increasimmediately and bo careful to avoid ing. Tho manufacture of cotton fabrics breaking tho skin; then plump by dip- is sixfold what it was eight years ago, ping 10 seconds into water just under and cheap labor enables Japan to bo a boiling point and then into cold water formidablo competitor with England in for 10 minutes. Hang in cool placo un- tho markets of tho east. Countess of til tho animal heat is entirely out In Jersey in United Servico Magazine. dry picking carefully and rapidly reIlofton'a Uell. move all feathers whilo tho chicken Is yet warm aud bleeding, beiug careful as Miss Charlotte W. Hawes, tho mubefore about breaking tho skin. sical composer, is making an effort to Turkeys Observe tho samo rulo about havo tho noted bells of Boston put in orfeeding and killing as chickens, but dry der and rung in tho interest of tho mupick whilo th turkey is bleeding. Never sical education of tho people. Tho chime wait until the body is cool; removo all of bells in tho tower of Christ church, tho feathers from tho wings, leaving head Salem street, is a lino one and was preand feet on: do not draw entrails or crop; sented to tho church by tho citizens of . throw out all tho scalawags, feed them London in Theso bells wero forup and do not kill until the season is merly rung in tho old English fashion, well advanced, and then scald and plump and when General Lafayette visited Bosthe samo ae chickens. They bring bet- ton in 1824 tho city had tho bolls put in ter prices than if dry picked. order, nnd they rang out a royal musical Ducks and Geese Observo tho same welcome to tho noted Frenchman. They directions as given in tho scalding of wero rung by eight old bellringers for chickens, leaving them in tho water long- some years after this evont; then tho old er, however, to loosen tho feathers. Both method was abandoned, and tho plan of ducks aud geeso always sell best scalded, ono man ringing tho tune over was although wo receivo numerous consign- adopted. Miss LTnwes has undertaken ments of dry picked stock. Never dry tho revival of tho old English fashion of pick jubt beforo killing, as it gives tho bell ringing, such ns prevails iu Loudon. skin au unfavorable appearance and is Miss Hawes is assisted in her patriotic an injury to the sale uud a very cruel work by many leading residents of Bostreatment to tho bird. ton. Boston Advertiser. Directions For Packing Pack in boxes or barrels lined with clean paper. Keep Slio Got n Put. tho body and legs straightened out, as it Mnyor Joo Rhinock of Covington tho adds to the appearance when opened for other evening related to his friends an salo. If possible, put only ono kind in a amusing advonturo of tho day before. box. Poultry frozen will not commnud A colored woman, burdened with n lusty, ab good a price ns that which is not. Old Equalling baby, called at his office. and heavy torn turkeys should bo mar"Am dis do mayor;" sho wanted to keted beforo tho holidays, as later the know. demand is for fat hen turkeys only. "It am," responded the chief executive. Game must not bo drawn except in "Den jest you sit down nnd write mo warm weather, and then ico should be n pass to Pruitts, Ky," sho ordered, used. Geeso, wild turkeys and ducks without nny palpablo wasto of words. should be packed in their natural Btate. Hi3 honor explained that this was not Partridge, gTOUso (prairie chickens), ono of his prerogatives and that her rewoodcock and quail urnvo in bettor or- quest would havo to bo laid beforo tho der and sell better when wrapped in pa- chairman of tho council relief commitper. Exchange. tee. "It does, eh?" nsked madam. "I'zo got Dehorn. 2 Last winter my brother and I dehorn- to catch dat o'clock train. Gimmo dat pass, or I leavo do baby!" Sho mado a shiped our cattle for feeding nnd for pickaninny into Mr. ping off pasture. We sold for hotter motion to drop tho Rhiuock's lap. That settled tho arguprices than any one else in this section, Sho got tho pass. Cincinnati because our cattle took on flesh better. ment. being no Commercial Gazette. Thoy looked smoother, thero rough horns to disfigure thorn. Tho New Dancer In Card. roughest looking horned animal looks Tho London Globe says that tho smooth and nico after being dohorned. threatens tho enjoyment if not tho It takes less shelter for them and less feed to fatten. They becomo perfectly very existence of many old customs and harmless when turned with any other pastimes, for instance, card playing. Dr. stock, thero being no danger of them Rappin, n distinguished specialist of goring other animals. It renders them Nantes, is investigating tho bacteriology more docile and changes their disposi- of cards. Working on cards played by patients (consumptive and other) at tho tion altogether. I will never winter another animal hospital of Nantes, ho found no less than with horns on. Many of my neighbors 0,100 bacteria on a square centimeter of watched the results of onr dehorning tho card, most of which wero the potato with interest last winter, and now many bacillus. On cards usod iu public cafea of them are falling in line and dehorning and in privato families ho has found the this winter. I havo dehorned quite a staphylococcus pyogenes aureus, ono of lot of cattle this season and will dehorn tho agents in suppuration. Ho recommany moro. I use a draw cut knife. I mends peoplo to bo careful of contamiconsider it the best knife I over saw. 1 nation when playing cards, especially prefer it to the saw or any shear cut with consumptive persons. London knife, for with the latter there Is danger Globe. of fracturing tho horn or skull, thereby , Lady Lytton. causing it to be longer in healing over. Among tho most nblo lady journalists The saw makes the work too slow. I of tho day in London is Lady Constance can dehorn a spring calf or an animal 12 Lytton. Sho inherits her literary qualiyoars old with good results. It is best as her father was the lato earl of to dehorn cattle while young, since the ties, Lytton, formerly viceroy of India, horns are easier cut and will heal up English embassador in much quicker. I dehorned some cows and afterward Puris. It seoins tho young lady, who last week, within two months of drop- is only 25 yoars old, was editor of tho ping their offspring, with no bad effects. nowspopor which tho oarl It does not materially decrease tho flow amateur his family for thoir amuseto dohorn them. I started in of milk iu fresh cows amateurs. Sho has rapam a common farmer, and tho abovo is ment and for jourexperience without any idly developed into a professional Llvor-Kmy own actual nalist of high qualifications. exaggeration. S. D. Whiteuer in St. Mercury. Louis Journal of Agriculture. soap-stone, Flo nil Ciitlotltlc. Few people would want to pay $2,000 for 82 violet plants. Yet that is whnt a local florist sold that many roots for, nnd ho does not think he was overpaid either. As may be supposed, tho violets are curiosities. Thoy are tho outcomo of years of patient hybridising. Only violets of ono gender grow on n plant. This renders them capable of lxing experimented with successfully. Tho big, bold double violot is tho male flower. Tho demure single blossom ia tho female. From the double flower tho pollen is carefully cut nnd placed in the cup of tho single blostom. Only one blossom in 100 of those artificially treated will produco seed. Tins seed is then planted, and tho resultant violet is again hybridized with 60iuo other remarkable specimen. Sometimes odd colors are obtained. Sometimes odd form. A year ago local nurseryman produced a violet giant. It was four times larger than tho ordinary flower and grow on a stem from 12 to 15 inches long. Tho plant on which theso remarkable blossoms grew sprang up from one of tho seeds resulting from a long series of hybridizing. It was sub divided, and now thero are 32 plauts. Theso wero purchased a few dnys ngo by a city florist for $2,000. An iron bound contract prevents tho propngntor from giving awny, selling or keeping n singlo rootlet. A nursery will bo startetl in a neighboring county to bo devoted to multiplying tho peculiar plant. None of tho plants or blossoms will lo sold for two years, by which timo the 32 roots will have grown to four or five millions. Tho violet has been named tho Tiburcio aftor the well known capitalist. San Francisco Chronicle. 11 par-rot- t, l here is a goo4 reason for the popularity of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Davis & II- xanl, of West Monterey, Clarion Co, Pa ssys. "It ha cured people that out physicians could do nothing tor We mirsuaded thorn to try a bottle Cough Remedy and they now of Chamberlain recinmend it with the rest or us1'" tj and 50 for salo bv Dr j. G. lloclcer. cent bottlis - TUfa COMMERCIAL 11LOCK Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Miners and shipper of the GENUINE Original Jcliico Coal. Two door above Pott-Otlic- c. m mam m Alw)on hind Carltou Cornwell, foteiuanof thoflaiette Tho Nobicst Nicest Ooods? J ,bflictt that Chamberlain Couch Remedy should b in every home. He used it lor Can bo hnl in the market thin the a cold and it effected a needy cute. He ys," It lowest Mourning g.ods a Price lower Call and specialty. is indeed a grand remedy, I can recommend it oujing to all I have also wen It used for whoopincceiiRh examine tcioro MARV UaVIS DUDDERAR. with th best results." 15 and 30 cent bottle for Mrs. Kate Duddtrar, Manager Stanford, Ky. tale by Dr. S G. Hooker N and Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford Jand Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and mooiNs A WATTS Many stubborn and nceravatlni; cases of rheumatism that etc believed to bo incurable and accepted as life legacies, have yielded lo Chamber Iain's Pain llaliu, much to tho urprie and gratification ol the sufferers One application will relieve tlio pain and tufTering- - and its continued use insure an effectual cure. Kor sale by Dr. S. G. HocLcr Th.0 Florence Hotel, JELLILO IENNKSSKK, Owsley liuildiug. SURGEON DF.NTIST. Ofllceover McRobert Drug Store In the new Stanfsrd, a sajSKuT SBtip A. S. PRICE, Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. THE 11ILEY K. U. HOUSE The bet hotel tn the city and the only one with a sample room tor urumuier mpecia attention u to the traveling public. Kates Jj. When When When When Ruby was sick, wo gavo her Castor! . ho was a Child, she criwl for Castoria. sho bocamo Mk sho clung to Castor) . CacorU. sho had Children, sho London, BILEV.IProprietor, - -- - Kontucky. d. Fruit Trees For Sale ! I have moved to my new llctel'isnd am better prepared than ever to accommodate th public Good Livrry attached and every convenicnc Give m s call. FRANK R1LKY. ,7 1 At our Fruit Farms and Nursetiea one mllo West of Klngsvtlle, Lincoln county. W have a fine a stock ol Ftuit Trees a any man over handled, ready lor transplanting nto orchird and garden this Pall Orcnaruaef Apples and Peachc will ne assorieu 10 sun cusiomeisat jio per nutiurea Full stocks el fruit and ornamental trees, grape The tiees aic nice, tho varieties the beil. Every You are old. my dear grandma," the little girl thing needed to make, home attractive and the lnes, asparaf us, small fruits, shrubs, and every. thing usually found In a nursery establishment. aiu children happy will bo found here For circular We roll direct to the planter and have no agent. address Ai the lav bv tha fire with Dolly. J. A. McKKE & CO., Ky, Catalogue on application. Kingsville, "lor as white as the now are the hair on your 64 II. F. IIILLKNMKYKKj hca.l ftM-iLeilngton, Ky. Vet jou slway look rosy and Jolly. 'Tray tell me, dear grand, the reason of thl : THK OLD Why jou alwajslook healthy and spiltely. Why ou nesur are pale when you give tne a kiss, and nlght Why jou take such long walk morn English and Ciasskat. For males and females, Orchard, Lawn Garden. m Garrard College, 1S44, "1 simple, it need no description. I've alway been ell, for 1 keep by my Ide A bottlo of 1'ierce' Prescription." of womanhood "All age and all conditionwoman need, in wi Dr. find just the help mat a matter That Favorite Prescription. Pierce If it can't be done, then the that's guaranteed medicine costs you nothing it makers d.n t want jour money. aud cV. Kor all deragements, irregularities nese peculur to all sex, Favorite Prescription so certain that it can be guaris th only lemedy anteed. If it falls to benefit or cute, jou have jour money back. Dr. Sage' catarrh. 1.. lie 5, 1 "The reason, I," my darling," her grandma replied Lancastor, : : Kontucky, TACKSOIT HOUSE, SAM II WA The course and grounds Deautilul anil rates reasonable. loung ladies laidcd in the College: vouliir centlcmcn lioarded In the town, for further particuUts address tho AIIUIU.N KLI.IUIT. rrcsiuent. ret session begins reb. I, and teaching thorough, the buildiugs KNACK, Pior. London,- - - KENTUCKY. m Refitted and refurnished and Iu every way prepared to attend the wanta of th public Kales jt-overy reasonable. 2Toti09 - - Goatlomonl Look out for the 1 TO THE LADIES. Having Mcured the services ol Miss Mattie Al- Catarrh Keraedy positively cutes m m ROWLAND 1IOTKL I have len from Cincinnati aslrinimcr for this season. I rcn ed the lliight Keriill property asd have It cordially Invite the ladies to Inspect a carefully nicely fixed up. y rates are per day. Hate selfUrd stock ot Millinery at prices 10 suit the llmt-my new Jan-nar- y. bruises ulcers, salt rheu , fever sores, tetter, cnip-corand all skin crup pe hands, chilblains piles, or no pay requir tlo and positively cu cd It is guaranteed t givv perfect satisfaction Price 5 cents per boa. refunded or louey " r, Stantord, Ky. " m ns VoT-alrf-- 1 bucKiiu .. AruloaSnlvo. ... . wa.i.i- teiw fun. ."w..Ifval kiii im ." A First-Glas- s Bar in Connection. Come one, come alt Satisfaction guarsntrcd or money relunded. t or one of my clerks will inert all night trains. Thanking my friends I or past favors and so.iciting a continuance, 1 am The ladles are invited to see nice, line ol Stamped Linen and Kmbrotdery Material MISS L1CCIK IIKAZLKY, Stanford, Ky. Jl SSiyr TH 1 J.W.CARRIKR. P.O. MILLINERY. at the post-offi- This remedy is becoming so well known and o popular as to need no special mention. All who song have used Electric Hitters sing the samo and it of is purer medicine does not exist Electric "ranted to do all that Is claimcl. and Kidof the Liver Bitter will cure all diseases theum ney. ill remove Pimple. lloils.Salt blood; and Has lately purchased the celebrated other affections caused by Impure prevent will as and aystcm drhe malaria 1, from the r...-- . lor rure of Head. "".. 1..:. Loom, Ncwcomb ache. Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric y And is prepared to do all kinds of Carpet and Rug Hitters, tnuie relunded. Price 50c and i per bottle at A. K. Weaving, Fancy weaving on Shawls, Muffists, Penny's drug store, Ktc Call and examine my work. I gusrantee s SrVjm work at Uw prices. Electric Blttoru. Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Larost Stanford, Ky. Fly Shuttle 10 room and see the and Boat Soloctod Stock The goods and prices are Practical CARPET WEAKER, Of Millinery in town. bound 10 pleas you. MRS. P T COURTS, 1 iuiii Commercial Mc Hotel, KINNEY, KY. rlrst-clas- CANDIDATES To be Voted for at tho Primary, I have bought above nientiondHotel at Mc Kinney and have attached a First-Cl&- ss Bar and Pool Room. Hotel and March 3rd. LL- JOHN B. MERSHON Is a Candidate for Jailer, tubject to the action of the Democrscy. - SIMMER Dealer In repaired and refurnished th am better than ever Hits 7 Prepared to Accommodate tho Public. W. W. MAYS, 1 Hpecial attention to Commercial Men. 1 in and Feed btabl attached. P W OHKE.V. Proprietor. a candidate lor aller, subject to the action cl the demociacv. Groceries, Candies, JF.SS ROUT, Manager. 174-1- PETER HAMPTON, I a candidate for Jailer, aubject to the action 01 the democracy. SAM M. OWENS, t. ject 11. Fancy Goods, Fruits, &c. Desires to thank you for your pa tronage during the year which is almost gone and asks a continuance during the coining year. When Hungry try one of his THE 60FFEY HOUSE jrANFOKD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEY, in ruy charg Pror. to the acUon of the democratic i... ....KTnr I.lnrnln county, sub primary.,.. . I ..m YVXANO ub-je- ct a candidate for Sheriff of Linco'n county, to Its long list ol friends, bpecial accommodations for commercial travelers and flu. rooms.fur th.dliploy of samples. This Hotel, renovated aad refurnished, Is now and 1 intend to conduct it so aa to sot only maintain its high teputitioa, but to add to the action of the democratic pnnury. ;tsv .AlFlrst-Clas- s tl Saloon ), II. SOWDER. T. J. HATCHER, I s'a Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county and ask his friend not to commit themselves to any one else, as he is forced to stay at homeol and work. the DemHis candidacy is subject to the action ocratic party. Asd MILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached j7-JOSEPH COFFKY. V, H. MILLKlt MILLER & SOWDER, V HEBOKD subject to the.'action of 25 CTS MEALS REAL And you will certainly and try him again. San Francisco. go back STANFORD, -:- - ESTATE KENTUCKY. Journal building he Democracy. Is a Candidate for Jailer, Doalors and Brokers, Office Interior M. of the democracy. F. ELKIN, Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action PROPERTY FOR SALfe. Portland. t Fine lllue Grass Farm of jjjVi acres ,on pike aud finely imnrt,veu. ' . JNO. BRIGHT It a Candidate for Asesor, of the Dcmocrauc party. (ubjeetlto.tne action f A World's Fair Record. 1 t. Farm of too actes, finely Improved. at low prict. Offered .. E. D. KENNEDY, .i..i.a CHICAGO -- 4. Fine Ulue Grass Farm, of 105 acres. In high state of cultivation, well Improved; otfered low esor, of Lincoln County, subject to action democratic party. rr r.nlwtinn tn th office of As- of the VIA- 5. Farm of 14s acres, near R. R, station. blue grass land; will sell cheap. Good v I . i.. DAWSON, of acand'date for jailer, ubJeet'.to the action the ditnocracy. 1 .assa, fj)) toUlSVItU KiwAlBAKt . I CHlCAtO Rt ((&- - 7. Illue Grass Farm ol iji acres, on pike, two mllo from btanlord; good Uud; low price and on easy terms, lllue-grass 8 purchaser. 4 to it Town lot in Stanford In areas to suit ml-cro- bo subtect to.'the'laction.lol far the old Jeflersonlan democracy t. . ...j,j.i. J :;ilillcr. re- BAILEY, PULLMANS AND PABL0E CARS. ONLY LINK KROM LOLMSVILLE aero fine farm witlt ecc lent 17 Ninety-thre- e mill, dwelling and other Improvement, on pike, miles Irom 14 Stantord, Large blue grass larm, capable of division Into smaller farms. Duslrable In every particular. Offered low and on very easy terms. 6. Good two-toframe building; well finished on Main street, in Eastern part of blanfoad, Will nil at a bargain. 15 feet front, 300 back. ry r WA ty. aCE E. VARNON, Coun-ty RUNNING - DINING - CARS. E. H. 11ACON, D. P. A., lectionlto the office of candidate for IsJudge; tubject to- the action of democratic par- WRI1K TO on Hanging Fork. 17 Small farm of 19 acie F. J. KKED. G. P A Will exchange for imiill house and lot or sell at Chicago, III. low price on easy terms. Louisville, Ky. JAMES W. GIVENS I a Candidate tor County Judge of Lincoln, to the action ot the Democracy. ub-je- St. Paul. ct Denver. 10. Small farm ol 3o acres, well Improved, at a bargain. a mllo trom Stsnfcrd . I.acandidate for Jailer, subject to the action ol the Democratic party. He would appreciate your vote. I. HUFFMAN 11. Farm Of (o acres on Ilanrlnc Vnrtr. hmf Turncrsville Fine Ulue eras land, frooti on pike, with good improvement and nice young orchard. Price low. e and cottaire. nicelv and is. Hotel, conveniently located, near depot In London, Ky. Nine roams in dwellioir. four looms in cottair. Store house of 3 rcoms. All new building. ATo good barn. Lot 700x300 feet. Fin. location for tore nd hotel. Will tell cheap an 1 on easy term. store-hous- JOHN M. JOHNSON I a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county ubject to the actlor. ol the Democratic party. JAMES YEAOER. THOMAS YEAOER. I a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, ject to the action of the Democratic party. J. A. GIVENS ub- - YEAGER & YEAGER. limi, ID FOH A CLEAN iHB SALE SME, Opera Ilous DINK FARMER It a candidate for Jailer, lubject the democratic party. to the action of STANFORD, B.Y. Shave, Styllsli Hair Cut, Or s Nice, Refreshing Oath Go to dockland are We'are In our new stable in th well supplied with GEORGE B. COOPER, sv I ;new rigsand horses a Call. ol 4 to the olllce of for County Clerk and will appreciate you support. He Democratic primary Saturday, March 3, 1894. a candidate Jesse Thompson's 1 Barber Shop, Have been nurchssed and noth urnoutt will lesve the stable. also agent for the Lexington Steam Laundry, The Best in the Country, Give tlicm lii S , V &v