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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894012301 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. - lll.f' $ w" Semi Weekly Interior Journal. vol. xxi. Built Ever so Humble, There's no STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JANUARY 23. 1894. -- NO. 93 Place Or-chit- rd LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. I WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. k Like Home. Horn, on the 10th inst., to tho wife Sunday at about two o'clock Henry Totlie Alitor Inletior Journal. of Mr. Goo. M. Patterson, a girl. uambel committed a rapo on tho eleven At homo again, glorious oUl Crab The remains of Mrs. S. If. Kstes who of A. B. Francis near but nnotliur iwtno (or Paradise. died near Crab Orchard, wero interred Pleasant View live miles south of this certainly tho most beautiful place ThIb is in tho Lancaster cemetery Friday. place. In about threo hours after tho upon earth. Mountains looming up in The required number of iiatneH hav-- ' deed whs committed ho was found hid tho iliatnucu, upon whctiu lofty BUimiiitn Ing been secured, n lodge of tho Knights in a pond of water. Deputy Sheriff Ellitbo gloomy pines struggle for a scant of Honor will bo organized in Lancaster son started to Williamsburg and was ovwatoh-tower- s foot hold, nnil Btand upon those ertaken about LJ south of town by n of creation, silent sentinels, on at once. Tho remains of Mr. Hiram Hiatt mob which hung him on tho road aide for any foci that may seek tho out-look o James, Leslie and Junius Iteid have rpntoJ their father's 'arm for tliia year and will run it in style. "Jakey" Hummelstein's auction drew quite a larxo crowd to town SaturOn account of the mild winter we have left on hands a fine line of day evening, but bidding was slow and Men's Heavy weight Cheviot suits, all late styles, which must be not a great many goods weredisposed of. in the next 30 days John Itiffe 1ms sold his stock of gro- closed out ceries and hardware to a Mr. Tucker, of Perryville, but ns no money has changed were interred in the Lancaster cemetery to an apple tree. Circuit Court and the hands, Mr. Itille continues to hold the to invade our peaceful domain. Friday afternoon, after brief services grand jury are in session here now but goods. Circuit court is mill in session nt Pino-villheld at tho residence of Mrs. Emma wo do not know what action will bu takWalter Greening has moved into his In order to do this, prices must do our talking. Si 1 cheviot suits will and noes on two weeks louder from en in tho matter. The sentim ent in this now house recently completed on the go at $S- - $14 cheviot suit will go at 59.50 $15 cheviot suits at Si Knuirmau. tho timo I left, but as there nro freMr. Lewis Walkor and Miss Eliza county is very much against mohB and Danville pike and ho and his handsome S18 suits at S14; S17 suits at S12.50; Sij suits at S13. Mens', (13 lawyers In attendance quently VVe propose Lusk will commence a subscription the probabilities aro they will bo prose- wife areas cozily fixed up as you please. youth's and boys' overc ats at cost. closing out the thought I could come back Hnd go to school at tho public school building cuted to the full extent of tho law. Mr. Greening will become a Granger of above goods, so call and see our goods at once and be convinced that work on tho farm, and perhaps they Tuesday, the '.'3d. tho veriest sort. this is the time and place to make'your purchase. would not miss me, ho as to clog tho THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Tho llrst half of the present st'ssion Thero has not been in tho recollecagain in uliixdn nf luNtlct! till I l'O back of Garrard College, closed Saturday. Two 'ityfour new bills wero intro tion of tho oldest citizen us much plowJuly. Quito a number of now pupils have en duced in tho House on Friday, making ing aa has already been done to date, widows Ono of tho beautiful tered for tho coining term at this nour- nearly 'JOO in all. nor does that oldest citizen remember far up iu tho mountains, did not from ishing institution. Mr. Follis, tho democrat, was given when thero was better opportunity than excuse me ho readily. n a soft, gentle, but Two colored men named Simon Fu- the Heat from Allen county over Gillum, tho present season has offered. determined way she demanded the en- gleman and John L. B. Adams' dwelling caucht fire B.tughman were republican, by a vote of 00 to 20. gagement ring, buf I told her there were brought hero Wednesday afternoon A bill requiring a county judge to bo Saturday and had not the flames been none iu Pinovillo lino enough for hucIi from Islington and lodged in jail by ai leasi.--i years old and to navo been a discovered in their extreme youth, his She. with her retinue, an occasion. Policeman John Ford of that city. They practicing lawyer for four years, is pretty houso would now bo in ruins. A That's what, and if you don't beleive it see our new assortment of enmo three days' journey through tho are charged with breaking into a store box of hot ashes was left sitting close to tho House. goods for 1894. wild mountains, and stayed at the same If tho hill passed by the Senate be- tho house and the fire started from it. Wo had a at Beuna Vista, and taking a lot of goods hotol 1 was at, for n week. which were found in Lexington by the comes a law, circuit clerks will get a fee James Fryo has moved hlB Btock of nice time. 1 saw her safely seated on ollicers there. They have since plead of $: in felony cases and So additional if goods into his brand now Htore houso the train when nhe took her departure guilty. an appeal is taken and n transcript made. and ho now lias one of the handsomest for far oil" Hazard, but as her Uthor was W. J. Kinnaird has opened an InsurThe new local option law as passed stores in this section. He has a room present 1 could not take tho proper is very ance ollice in Luxingtou.;.Mr Letcher Ows- by the Senate requires that 2o per cent for dry goods, notions. &c., another for for tho precious cargo. She ley hasarnounccu himself nsa candidate of tho voters of each precinct and not 23 clothing and still another for groceries, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Bronzes, Spectacles aril anywealthy and mast entertaining, I thing and everything in the Jewelry line at ecstacyiofdomeatic Imp for the nomination for county attorney, per cent of tho voters iu tho county ob- making it ns convenient as it iB metrosuujeci 10 mo acuon oi uie nomocracy. tained anywhere, must petition the politan like. Illness. The hay stacks without, showMr. Dave Pullins and family have mov- court before an election shall bo ordered. Mrs. Adelia Wooda has moved the ing tho barn full within, the undulating ed to his farm near Paint Lick. The into the old Campbell piop-ertTho Senate has passed a bill to probirds, hills, tho lowing herds, tho singing on Main street, a more convenient roosters, gob- democratic county committee will meet hibit lawyers from occupying tho satno tho cackling hens, crowing at 10 o'clock Saturday February Urd, and ollice with a sheriff, but tiio wherefore is aa well aa a more centrally located place. STANFORD, KY. bling turkeys, and an old fashioned wood desire that all candidates meet with not very plain. Tho body also passed a She haa just received a large lot of boota and tho cheerful b'azo throwfireplace, them. bill to increase tho commission of trus- and Bhoes, which ahe will Bell on coming its genial warmth all ovr tho room Mr. Sam Joseph, of Cincinnati, has tees of the jury futid from It to 5 cents, mission for Napier Bros. Charlie and the husband in tho rocking chair iu been hero several days is assisting her at present. mingling with and another bill was presented to abolone corner, and wife in tho other, hus- his many friends. Miss Lilly Noel, of John Drye, the negro killed at Juncish that ollice and make tho Master Com band reading tho Intkuioii Jouiinal and Danville, is visiting relatives tion City a few days ago, came through here. ltov. missioner perform the duties. singing: It. Graham Frank, of the Bible Collrgo our quiet city a few nights before ho waa Corn in tho big crib, money in the lA'.xington, CHURCH AFFAIRS. came over Sunday nnd shot by Blackerty, raising Cain and pocket, The year past has been to us all a stringent one in money matters wife to preached at Now Antioch. Jutlgo M. D. Ilaby in the cradle and pretty Itev. W. T. Humphrey preached at playing the mischief in general. Mar- and for that reason I have been very lenient toward those whose acrock it. Hughes, Deputy Grand Dictator of the the Baptist church hero Sunday morn- shal Newburn tried to arrest him, but counts were due in July. Now lie mounted his horse and left before ho Sho said "Well Mr. Uobbltt, you could Knights of Honor, in Kentucky, was in ing. not have painted a prettier picture of do the Southern part of the State this week Uncle Joe Hopper is holding a great could get his clutches on him. While hauling a load of merchaninestic bliss had you labored six months, In the interest of that rapidly growing revival at the llrst Presbyterian church dise to Moreland on tho 17th inst. Mr. but must differ with you in regard to order. Miss Hiatt, of Crab Orchard ia Lexington. one little matter that is rocking that visiting relatives here. Tlie moetlnitnttho Methodist church Eloreuce Yowell had his back severely Banks and individuals have money to loan and I urge those who owe I need the money, it is due me and cradle, that is pastime I certainly don't Mrs. Maggie Check, of Danville, and closed Sunday night, after lasting nearly blistered. Fire did not cause him the me to come and settle at once. .i.ii.i trouble, but it was tho work of Janua- I want it. ltov. Benjamin G.George, of Lowistown, two months. I told ono widow who had three chil- III., were in Lancaster on tho 10th on a Cornelius Vanderbilt, it ia said, baa ry's hot sun rays. Mr. Yowell, to keep tho King of Dahomey Iibh a brief visit to their kinsman, Gen. W. J. given f 1,000,000 to religious work in the from melting, had removed both coat dren that and vest and tho gap in hia shirt behind lake of blood, which has spouted from Lindram, who has been confined for past two years. 1 o my customers lor tneir patronage 01 tne past ana nope to ever tho necks of his decaputated subjects, several weeks with a Bevero spell of the The 1th verse of the 20th chapter of gave tho sun fair play and it literally purpose, grip, but who has nearly recovered from merit vour confidence. whom ho has beheaded for that Revelations contains more words than scorched tho exposed portions. Miss Lizzie Dryo and James B. Cook on which lie sails his pleasuroboat, with the prevailing epidemic. Mr. Georgo is any other verse in the New Testament. milk the son of Win. Georgo, of Texas, and a my magnificent herd of short-horltev. A. V. Sizemoro will preach at went to Bradfordaville Saturday evening cows, I can furnlah a lako of milk on a cousin of Gen. Laudram. He is a Logan's Creek church Sunday afternoon to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. America Bailey has moved to Mrs. J. which your threo little fellows could sail milliliter of tho Presbyterian church and at 3 o'clock. All members aro requesWest Hocker's. James B. Harper is in their pleasure yatch and paddle their stands high as an able an eloquent pul- ted to be present. tho South selling mulea. J. G. Weath-erforown canoe, pit orator. His father was born and Klder Keene, of Covington, well and llOBIIITT. I'OSTAINK familiarly known aa "Buck," ia raised near Lancaster and his first wife favorably known in this city, has acwas Miss Givens, of Lincoln. Ho cepted a call from tho Christian church in Covington looking for an opening for DANVILLE. a drug store. His successor, Felix B. to Missouri, where ho resided for at Winchester, at a salary of s'J.OOO. (Advocate.) from there went to Lanmanyyearsand Itev. W. W. Green has closed a Twidwell, seems to be doing well. Miaa Mr.J. It. Avritt, of Hradfordsville. caster, Texas, whoro he now resides iu meeting at Kolat with "5 addition?, and Sallie Cook will go to Lexington and Miss Mary A. Jlurke, daughter of the slrit year of his age. one at Flat ltock, assisted by ltev.W. S. to visit Mrs. Dr. Leo F. Huffman. Mr. Capt. A. S. Burko, wero married Thursand Mra. B. C. VanAradale1 have been While tho country is still laboring Grinstead, with 10 or 12 conversions. day. visiting at Junction City. Mr. Ed Stagg under a terrible financial pressure nnd Nicholasville Journal. Tho DanvilloGun Club organized Is drummer, &c., at the The pastor of the Dover Circuit M. millions are out of employment, the So , with the following charter members: Ions at Washington, at ?50 a day, aro V. Church, South, announces that he mill. It would bo hard to find a better Judge C. It McDowell, Dr. H. M. Marsh, rlring hot shot at each other and reliev- lias received but StiO in the past three man for the position. J K. Mcltoberts, A. H. Hundley, II. G. ing themselves of imaginary wit, evi- months for his support, although he Tho Virginians and Georgians obBoyle, L. S. Logan, It It. Trie, lv dently of the impression that the people preaches to four churches. serve Gen. Lee's birthday as a holiday. Kowland, J. B. Kobanls, It. K I'hillips, Philadelphia now has Util places have no right to call in question any Friday last waa an anniversary. H. H. Woolfolk and others. o thing they tlo or nay. There is it day doJicatod to worship. II. H.Carroll re-If the odor of 3,000 muscular MonJudge Saufley decides in tho case of cently showed that of this number loG of reckoning ahead. It is not far oil", tana steers does not meat the views of Frank Kllisjagainst W. S. buttle for the and if ono third of those now in Con- Mong to tho Presbyterian, 127 to tbo tho toughs who aro steering the Florida marshalsldp of Junction City that Kllis gress are at the next election, Methodists, 102 to tho Episcopalians, 05 prize fight, they are hard to suet as Col. pay the costs In tho ease up to the timo it will be tho eighth wonder of tho to tho Baptists, 01 to tho Catholics and that heoflered to dismiss tho contest, world. Mark tho prediction: A politi- 10 to the Lutherans. New York boa on- Stod Johnston would have remarked if his attention had been called to it. and that Tattle pay all costs incurred af- cal cyclone will be an to ma- ly 5'.M churches. Times. that. Tho case was stricken from ny who now imagine ter they are seated for As the fourth day of Fehrunry, the Opposite Court - House tho docket and Tattle holds on. The great success tliatjGen.Iiasil Duke life. Hannibal, in addressing his army regular day for the payment of quarterly ia making of tho Tho Southern Magaat tho battle of Cannae, said "It is not Tho Q. & 0. would bo pleased to have pensions, falls this year on Sunday, o words wo want, but actions," a lesson of zine is evidence o( tho high opinion enall farmers, or others who aro interested, tho Pension Agent, wishes ev3 o tertained ol hia writings, as well aa proof history our law makers would do well drop us a card, asking for information of hia excellent taste inthe selection and erybody to know that pension vouchers excursions to heed. must bo executed on or after tho 5th of about our land seokeis OF Tho Cincinnati Enquirer of the 20th arrangement of tho material of this de- February. Faro for Round Trip Tickets at Ono Vouchers executed on Sunlightful periodical. Harrison Robertson, editorial of vigorInBt., in a frotn Cincinnati, Louisville or LexingCourier-Journstall', who wrote day, the 1th, will not be legal or acceptKngiish, reads tho riot act to Pres- of tho ed. Ky., to points in Kentucky, Tonnes-Bee- , ous ton, Scrib-ner'- a ident Cleveland for keeping republicans "How tho Derby Was Won." for I Alabama, Mississippi, and points in Bemkuiikk. Magazine some time ago, (which That the Wisconsin Cen also to in ollice. Commencing with tho ap- story, by Georgia as far east as Augusta; Prescriptions accu- tho way, tho Scribners have tral haa the unqualified endorsement of Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. of Gon. Gresham as n preNew Orleans and Mobile. KxcursiouB pointment eateemod so highly as to include it in all, it boing the most popular line beGive him a Call. rately Compounded. January Sth, Febuary 8th, March 8th mier of tho cabinet, a savage attack ia their volume of "Stories ofitho South".), tween Chicago and Milwaukee and St. niado upon him, nnd tho appointment of and April 9th, Limited to 20 days for aa minietor to Itnly haa a story in the February number of Paul, Minneapolis and the Northwest return. Write to W. 1 Cooley, T. P. A. Wayne McVeigh Magazine. Mr. Robert- it ia recognized aa the Pullman Line bennd tho retontion in ollice of Mr. Georgo The Southern Cleveland, 0.; 0. A. Baird, T. P. A., son calls the story "The Courtship of tween Chicago and Milwaukee and d, P. A., Wilson, an Ohio republican, as deputy Calo Sublett," and in it drawa skillfully Mich., or A. J. Lytle, I Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Duluth and Lake Superior points. of internal rovenuo, aro Chicago, Ills., for information as to rates, commissioner and humorously certain types of the That the Wiaconain Central touchea the aa boing otTenaiyo to tho actetc., and for literature on tho South, or denounced "Blue Grasa Country" about Lexington. most prominent pointa in Wisconsin, ive, working olement of the democratic m t to W. 0. ltinoaraou, Gon'l IWr Agent, having more business centera than any party. It claima that a relative of II. C. Pate ia again trying to get a railway to Cincinnati, 0, and from the Northwest. , Morton, a republican, is concession for bull fighting to add to his That ita dining car Beryicetfia unaur-pasaSaxhy'b Qukrky to Inobrbom.. ThiB kept in a prominent Consulship, simply losing race course venture in Mexico. by any other lino, and that its beautiful song (wordB and music regular aa an act of courtesy to Mr. Morton, and A tax on meatsnops in tho State of will cheerfully furnish any sheet music size) will bo mailed to any- that all the departments in Washington Sinaloa, Mexico, has increased the price information that may be desired. For Will be delivered right at your door on the following days or the day one enclosing 5c in stamps to D. G. Edwards, General Passenger Agent, O. II.. aro tilled with republicans appointed of meat until this articlo of food ia a lux- full details regarding JRatea, You will not be disappointed. It will be out your way Routes, thereafter. during tho administration of President ury & D. It. It., Cincinnati, Ohio. that only the rich can nflord. Folders, Maps etc. addreaajyotir oeareat opposes the adminArthur. Tho article as follows: Irregularity, Daniel L. Jones, Charlea O'Dwyor ticket agent or Jaa. O. Pond, Gen. Paaa. Every Monday upon its position in the Hawaii Crab Orchard and Preachersville Pikes Agent, Milwaukee, Wi8. trouble you t Then it's easily and istration i. that what .. . l IH - ...--- .f'I.o trouble; also upon tho silver question, aa and Joseph Hardin, who held up and n.nmntlV remeuiou uiui. Every Tuesday Dudderar's MillPlke f .rrtilnt e ine system pcricciiy. robbed tho Illinois Central train at Two Lives Savod. three one'lor gentle laxative or corrective;p.tlon fur - woll aa that of the tariff. It claima that Every Wednesday Mrt. Phoebe Thomai, of Junction City, 111., wn Lancaster;?Pike ind,last September, was each sentenrom con., r If you . ita democracy ia stronger, purer and bettold by her doctor tho ha.f coniumption and that ircstlon.bilious attack s,icji u...uu. headaches, Every Thursday there wnno hope for her, but two bottles of Dr. Danville Pike of Mr. Cleveland, and that ced to 20 years in the pen. the liver, stomach tor than that or any Uerangemi-inuKing 1 New Discovery Jehu Baker, of Il- ho says it laved her lifecompletely cured her and H ustonville Pike ,h.vcry l riday a free country every one has tho right Mr. Tho. Kstfen, 139 Instead ol .hocking and weakening in t lorlda dreail like hTiY" with violence, easy the urd narv pills, to his opinion and an untrammeled op- linois, vohomeutly denounces aa false lul cold,St., San Francisco, suffered from awithout approaching consumption, tried hi very oaturday and natural way. Somerset Pike hey act In a perfectly easiest result everything else then P. Breckinrldge'a one bottle ol take and the tho iWre the smallest, guaranteed toto gio "tisfac- - pression of tho same. It proposes to Col. W. O.Win, U. Morrison waacharges Dr. Kioe'sN'ew Discovery bought two weeks was Stanford Every Saturday and in defeat- cured, lie Is naturally thanktul. It is sucn recheapen, for they're i returned. speak out in meeting, regardless of what that Hon. tlon, or your money Every Wednesday prove the may think of it or what thoy may ed by Baker by means of bribery in sults, of which these arc samples, that coughs and Rowland others wonderful efficacy of this medicine in nu..t....tnr. antisuii. and healine qualities do about it. colds, free trial bottles at A. R, Penny's Drng 1SS0. ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. are une.jualed Catarrh Kemedy .. of Or. New Year, New Prices. FOR : SPOT : CASH I 1.-5- 0; 1 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. dark-eye- 1 tl it bo-fo- re Largest SEnck. - Lowest Prices. pt poat-ofli- ce y Danks', the Jeweler, Ad-ani- B 1 TIMES I : ARE : EASIER, AM VERY GRATEFUL H. J. McRPBERTS. n d, to-da- y book-keepe- r, tention promptly tions a Specialty. given to repairs. G-A.. jEi- - JEWELEB. A Complete line' Watches, Clocks, Gold, Silver and of Drugs and Medi- Plated Ware at cine &c. Prescrip lowest prices. AtDE.TTCGIST A eye-open- Fiisnsrizr. McRoberts' Drag Store, OTMQPILHIITIE to A ITOOd two-colum- n DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS Do-tro- it, W. B. McROBERTS, Aah-lan- ed -- I r-- r 2c I.r' I. Cen-trali- a, i .......... sg' w.v.i.. .i,uini 311 .UU (. i L1.M - . Semi-Week- ly Interior Journm. 23, 1894 Stanford, Ky., January W. P. WALTON. 6 OR 8 PAGES. DE3VEE.TT IFIR.IID.A.'Sr. r . i rwin tnill health. Senator Walthall, Lawho has held the office since Mr. 1SS5, mnr trna mmln sunreiuo iuduo in has resigned his present term w hich .!.. .,f nrnlrn till Mlimh 1S95. He rind nlreadv heen elected for anoth ier term which runs into the next century March 1901, but ho ties a string to that and will serve it nis neauu ib estoreil.Wnitlmll hnn not been a confin..rn Jn thi Ron at o. but ho has his constituency nnd his countr served well. Already n halt score oi jmv iota i,.. nniu.Dii fnr thn Rticcesaiori. As the Tn:o1.,ra i'a in BPfiflion it will Civo the uimAihlnp to do and somo of th em perhaps a chance to turn an "honest" cnmr ::.. ua penny. FrankPat McDonald, editor of tbo enroll, Argus, who was defeated for fort ing clerk of the Senate by the alleged disregard of a promise oy oentuur on-ithe enson, devotes a coiuum ur from Mercer, in which Is little roan He for.Aiiiin thnn comnlimentary. Senasays among other things that the tor cannot go to Congress through the aid and support of aspirants for office Irom the republican county of Christian, even if ho could be elected at all, which he cannot be as long as Gov. McCreary aspires and when that gentleman determines to step out his place wil bo tilled is by a higher standard of material than occupying a plwce in tho Senate. now ,, tu You are Covington Commonwealth. unable to away off, old fellow. Though turn a tune ourselves, we have always been very much interested in music and musicians, aDd would scorn membership in tho society you name. Wilb Howard might have staid in Kentucky and continued to add to the nevscore of men ho had murdered and draw, but in an evil er felt tho halter moment ho went to Missouri and tried to keep up tho pace there. The result was that ho was arrested, tried and last Friday hung. We aro not advised as to whether he went to Heaven from tho scaffold or not, but as they all do we take exit for granted that ho was not an ception. office of the superintendant struction. calls our attention to Walton, of the Intkuioh Journal, who is a member of the society for the suppression of music, ia trying to incite mighty the musicians of America into a proclaiming tho fact that n riot, by Horsblowkr was rejected by the Senate A note from Prof. Goodknight, of tho of public in the er- roneous statement thar Supt. Thompson endorses tho compulsory educational bill. His circular letter does not say bo. He simply wants to find out tho feeling ia enactthe premises, since, as he says, its not subserve the ment into a law would real interests of society unless sustained by a strong public sentiment. From his perch iu the 'Senate, Editor Dyche, imngines he sees "indications is that the days o! democratic ascendency whatever that may 'rearing' an end," mean. Tho Senator from tho benighted republican district Bhould not allow euch phantasmagoria to fill his mind. He'll never live to see Buch n party as his entrusted with the management of affairs of old Kentucky. Some spooney editorials in the Taris Kentuckian, on women and marriage, t currency bavo caused the report to gain tho nonathat Col. JohnJG. Craddock, genarian bachelor, ia about to put a coup do grace to his long life by becoming a Benedict. The ramejof the unfortunate lady, out of respect to her feelings and for the sake of her family is withheld. To emphasize the fact that made man worthy of nil adulation, ho is a self Rus- for sell A. Alger, who has been trying to get tho republican nomeoveral terms ination fori president, stated the other day that he "began life as a boy." As that is tho way tho rest of us began life, Rubs doea not deserve any special credit for it. Mb. Y. G. Freeman, late of this office, has taken editorial chargo of the Outlook and changed tho name His saluta- v,Q iv'nnr Conntv News. of what hia tory is a BenBible expression patrons may expect,which.il ho lives up to, nnd wo are Bure that bo will, will entitle him to thetsnpport ho expects. bare-foote- d Bar-bourvi- gallons of beer alono were consumed there in 1803. Prohibition may prohibrealizit Siatea and municipalities from intoxifrom the sale of ing by license cants, but it does '.not always prohibit their use as beverages. On the contrary quite the reverse. Gov. Bbown is reported aa aaying that nothing Bhort oC'an insurrection or an earthquake would cause him to call an extra session of the Legislature. Tho people of Kentucky can now pray with demore fervor than ever "Good Lord either infliction." liver ua from Iowa is a prohibition Btate yet 20,000,-00- 0. A 3, vigor to which we would liko to give emphasis, Insists that tho Legislature wasto no time on the compulsory educational bill, adding that it would be a foolish extravagance to devote even GO session to tho imminutes of a scheme, undemocratic practical and ia abhorrent to Americans, viowhich lates the fundamental principles of American institutions, ia foreign to democracy, and its recognition has no placo in a The body of democratic Assembly should brush it out of tho way without ceremony, instead of allowing U to take up the timo which should be bestowed on mattors which demand legislative action. TnE president has laid before Congrpss nn exceedingly saucy and discourteous letter from President Dole, of the Hawaiian Provisional Government, which Mr. Cleveland refers to ns "most extraordinary." Mr. Willis ia accused of holding menacing attitude likely to stir up Insurrection and bloodshed, and causing tho citizens to exist in a state of terror. Our minister called for explicit specifications or retraction but Dole up to last accounts had vouchsafed neitlmr. It looks very much like it is timo for Mr. Willis to come home. Yesterday threo hours of Congress Un was devoted to the Biigar schedule. der tho McKinley bill tho bounty last year amounted to 19,000,000 and this The vear will likely reach $15,000,000. consumer paya this directly and the treasury losea it. Let a Binall tax be executrix. Ark , Somo boys at Malvorn, placed on tho raw material and the would be a iuig'ty funny joke thought it bounty clause be abolished. to load a cigarette with powder and give George W. Chiliw, the noted Phila it to Ivoy Harp to smoke. They did so delphia editor and philanthropist, is and it exploded, blowing both of the dead. Ho was most successful in busi- boy's eyes out. There will be no string attached to ness aud cave himself tho gratification Corbett-Mitchpurse. It was of disposing of much of his vast wealth the $20,000 Bhould be paid iu that the while he could see the beneficiaries en decis joy it. Most all rich men wait to will accordance, with Referee Kelly's ion. Tho money will be deposited in their property and get their wills broken bank subject to his order. by dissatisfied heira. Mra.: Mary A. Curtis, of Merldan, The Kentucky New Era is tho latest Miss., recently recovored $2,000 damages prohibition attempt to run a paper in against a saloon-keepof that placo for Kentucky. Curiously enough it is pub- selling, her husband whisky whon allished in Springfield, O., and people are ready drunk. The verdict has been afinquiring if any good thing can come out firmed by tho State Supreme Court of Buch a State. The Enquirer publishes n fishy story r from Muncie, Ind., that a boy awallowed Neither Mr. Cleveland nor Mr. Bhould feel badly about it. a water bug in drinking from a brook a day and a Grant had three of his nominations for year ago. He died the other examination revealed that Sen-ntthe supreme bench rejected by tho away Hoar, Williams and Caleb Cushing. part of tho heart had boon eaten causing the death. by nn insect, A dispatch from Jacksonville states Ab cable dispatches from Brazil cost $2.45 a word, there is little wondor that that Corbett and Mitchell will probably tho daily papers aro flinging and Bighlng fight at "Camp Perry," a Government detention station on the Florida side of for the cruel war to bo over. St. Mary'a river. Manager Bowden says NEWSY NOTES. that the fight will be called not later than 10:30 o'clock In the forenoon of Dr. Nick Gsither ia dead at Thursday, January 25. The total levy in Ohio for State across tho Ohio, the Another bridgo is 2.75 mills. This includea one begun in n short time. 6th, is to be ia There are 141 correspondents, who mill for school purposes, part of which to countries, according to the represent 171 newspapers, in the press returned enumeration of persona within what ia galleries of Congress. called school .age. Deducting this ono Judge C. P. Thompson, of tho Buper toior court of Massachusetts, committed mill, which will be abolished, tho purposes would be 1.75 tal levy for State Buicido because of ill health. Col, John L. Branch, who gave the mills. When Sheriff Hall and his deputy order to fire the first gun on Fort Sum- also named Hall, of Mercer county, W. ter, is dead at Union Springs, Ala. Vn., went to arrest tho two Mullins't Near Pawhuska, O.T., a Mrs. Plum-me- r who were accomplices of Doc Taylor, drowned her two children and then who waa hung last fall, they were met blew out her brains with a shot-guby a volloy. The sheriff fell dead and A bill has been introduced in the Ohio mortally wounded, but the legislature to do away with hanging in the deputy succeeded in killing tho outlaws latter tho state and substitute electrocution. Thero was a reward of only democrat in Wallen, Ind., after he was down. The $1,000 for them. was attacked by a republican mob beTho night before he 'waa hung Wife cause he had been appointed postmastor. Howard stated that ho killed John BaiMrs. Mary Denoon, of San Francisley and Bob Craig in Harlan county, co, is the latest victim of tbo deadly for which Wm. Jennings folding bed. It closed on her nnd broke Ky., ii deed and John D. Howard aro now serving her back. sentences at Frankfort. Ho also conNear Findlay, O., a passenger train fessed to having killed five men in Harstruck a wagon containing six persons. county. The morning he was hung Three were killed and tho others were lan he tried to commit Buicido by taking 21 badly hurt. grains of quinine. Ornithologists are quoted as estimain Merer, At Fallis School-housting the number of birds annually Prof. Colston waa shot and Instautly killtho vanity of American women ed by Henry Novel. Colston is n travat 8,000.000. and ventriloquist, Albert Bamberger, who murdered eling prestidigitateur and was giving an ontertainment in the six members of the Krieder family in . Novel forced himself in South Dakota last fall, was hanged nt without paying, and, walking to the Cando Friday. raised tho curtain ana exclaimMrs. Anna Austin has been elected platform, performance begin." The mayor of Pleasonton, Ark., by a majori- ed: ''Let the remonstrated, whereupon Noty of 8 in a total of 33S, of which the wo- professor vel shot him through tho body. The firmen cast 123. panic, many jumping Bangor, Maine, not only fines the ing caused a through windows. arrested drunkards, but charges them fifty cents apiece for the FARM AND TRADE ITEM 8. ride to tho station house. Buffalo haa more fast horsea than Two mountain lions engaged in a nnv other citv ol ita size in tho world. The ficht ot Elsinoro. Cal.. recently. It ia stated that Axtell haa earned following day they were found at tho up to Jan, 1st., $170,000 in Btud feea. bottom of a reservoir in a deadly emDirectum when traveling at a ".'rlO brace. gait at Paint Breeze, made strides meaBids for Government bonda continuo to be received, and indicate total offer- suring 17 i feet. Cyclone 2:23, the property of Mr. ings for $200,000,000 or more. Bida bavo been made aa high aa 120 for Binall Jamea E. Clay, ol the Marchmont Stud, near Paris, died from an attack of the amounts. of tho few places in this coun- lockjaw. One Moses Kahn has bought from Ed try where the curfew bell ia yet rung is Fayetteville, N. O. Tho villago has been Rice and Wm. Ryan, of North Middle-town- , e 1,500 pound cattle at 4J settled more than two centuries and the News. practice has never lapsed. centa. Paris George Starr and John Dickinson Ordiuances annexing to Louisville cities of Parkland, Clifton, will both be with Bud Doblo this year. the suburban Cresent Hill, South Louisville and Enter- This will make a great trio, by far strongprise were passed by tho General Coun- er than any other threo in our recolleccil and signed by Mayor Tyler. tion. This is a great country. Zero weathTho operation of symphyseotomy performed on a colored woman in er in the Northwest and Btrawberriea was Louisville Friday. It killed her but and asparagus reaching us from the by our own saved the child. The chances of Baving South all furnished the mother in such operations is 1 to 10. domain. 4? C0-da- y law-maker- s. The Courier-Journa- l, with vim and Gov. McCreary is down for a epeech on the tariff this week. Ho will speak at one of tbo evening sessions. An Illinois man named Storms has named his threo sona Halo Storms, Rayne Storms wud Snow Storrna. Before Wils Howard was hung ho wrote n letter to a brother nnd an uncle in the Eddyvllle penitentiary bidding and urging them not to them good-by- e seek revenge when thoy aro liberated. Major Sims, an A. P. A. lecturer, was mobbed at Mankana, Wis. Sims, ns he was being escorted to his hotel by a forco ot officers was knocked senseless with a stone Ho finally got out of town. A railroad now in coursoof construe-tiofrom tho City of Mexico to Tuxpan, Gulf of Mexico, will materially shorten tho distance by rail and water from New Orleans to tho Mexican capital. Tho dispatches relato that yesterday, in a saloon at Waterville, Maine, a man light-odrow n cigar out of a immediately fell dead. Tho it, and cheerful cigarette laughs ft little, low laugh. By counting tho voto of Craw, which was thrown out on account of irregularities, Ira Julian Is elected mayor at Frankfort with a full democratic council. The count was mado on an order of court. Tho legal inventory and appraisement of tho Lelsnd Stanford estate shows property valued at $17,8SS,319. About $3,000,000 worth of securities mo alleged to have been withheld from the n on-th- e d A good crowd attendod Lancaster ', In 1SS7 there was but ono single French brd trotter with a record hotter than 2:35. During tho past year 11,400 horsepj wore imported into tho United States at an average cost of (250 making a total of nearly 3,000,000 that loft our shores in ono season. Expectations were more than realized last Alfred Bradloy, of Warron county, week. Transported customers become adhas a owe, six yeara old, that has just vertisers among their neighbors. There was dropped twin lambs, which If raised will all last week with prosa growing interest make 11 lambs bIio hnB raised in fivo pects of an intensified feeling for this. Priyears -t- wins every year except last ces have been reduced to the lowest point when she had triplets. which means much lower John Ball, of this county, Hold to J. reached for years, can be found any where else. It will H. Kirk, of Marlon, IS of tho best year-in- than and fumaro mules In the State for about pay you to buy for both immediate Read the following items they $100. Jas P. McConnell haa a ewo that ture use. a black lamb will show you how we slaughter. gvo birth tho other day to without somblanco of tall. Tho same owe produced a tailless lamb last year, also. Woodford Sun. Joseph Medley sold to Sim ms & Muttingly, fivo fat mules, threo at $ST. Ladies' Dong. Shoes, plain and patent leathper head, two ai $125. Bridge water, A Hayden bought a car load of er tips, heels and spring heels, 90c. . worth Hill butchers' cattle, consisting of fat cows $1.50. Hxtra quality of ladies kid shoes, and heifers at about 3c. Thomas Wayne common sense and opera toe, worth $3.50, shipped a car load of hogs this week for will be offered this week for $1.50. Men's LebSS per hundred. which ho paid fine shoes, Goodyear welt, worth $., will be anon Enterprise sold this week for $2. Men's plow shoes, g $-- court yesterday dono. but littlo trading was Gome With Gash. I'vJ m CRAB ORCHARD. 75c, worth $1.50. Mr. ell il er Horn-blowe- e, post-morte- m adjoining Mrs. M. V. Sigler, to a Mr. Condor, of Junction City, for $S00. Tho wife of Mr. Milton Eetoa died Wednesday night about 8 oclock. Sho Hoys' Overcoats $1, worth $2; $2.50 coat cut to had been sick aboutthree or four months. cut 1.50. S3 coat cut to $2; $5 coat boys cut It is said sho left threo or four small S3. 50. All other coats for men and in proportion. children. A Binall child of Geo. Cnmminga foil Into a surini! Tuesday and was drowned before help could get to it. Cuminings lives ou Mr. John Uuclian- Men's suits $2. 50, worth S$. An all wool tin's farm. suit cut from $8 to S3- - $iS, 16, 15 and Si 2 Mr. Powers and sister and a Mr. suits can be bought now at Si 2. 50. 10, 9 White, of Stanford are guest of Misses and S7. 50. Mr. Sallio and Ada McWhorter. nephew of Mrs. of Boylo Co., a Rhodu Higgins, is hero to enter nenool tho next term. Our line of Dry Goods, Carpets, Mattings, Trunks and Valises arc all Mr. Will Burch paid our town n Give all marked down to Mock Uottom prices. visit this week. Miss Sallio Green left us a call and be convinced. last Thursday for a lengthy stay in Dan Mi Bettio Pay no ville mid Somerset. haa returned from a visit to Mrs. Dr. Clark at Brodhead. Friday niuht 45 young lads and las- sea met at tho pleasant country homo of Tzrsr., Mrs. Richards and enjoyed themselves better looking, or until a late hour. A A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor more refined crowd would bo hard to Uufreahmenta were served, old Hud. T. D. RANEY, Manager. fashioned games wero reproduced and Mm. Richards haa tho satisfaction ol GEOKGK H. 1'KKWITT. 11. U. KING. knowing she haa ndded much to youth- J. F. HoldatuBold hia property OVERCOATS. Men's Suits. READ THIS. 4 Pit-ma- n, LOUISVILLE : STORE, STANFORD, ful enjoyment. DEATH'S DOINQS. Har-rodsbu- rg. pur-pos- KING & PREWITT. MORELAND, KY., Wc have opened up a nice line ot Notions,-Dress Mr. W. A. Tribble received yesterday a letter from his father, G. W. Tribble, Jr., at Springfield, Mo., Btating that his wif hnii lust died of grip. Sho was his second wife and waa Misi Herndon, of Dry Goods, Goods, Clothing marking save you Christian county, this State. Sho left besides her husband a daughter and son, Wc arc daily rcccivingjour Fall"Goods, which wc arc both of whom nro grown. Mra. Tribble down lower than ever. waa a devout member of tho Christian Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. Wc will church and waa said to bo a good wo- money. man in every particular. laTWc arc openingjup a splendid line of Fall, Millinery. ACard. I desiro to thank tho largo number of my friends and voters who hud pledged both their voto and assistance in my race for jailor, but I have deemed it unwise for mo to make tho race further. W. W. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, Corn Wanted. Wc have for sale 24 broke mules . years old. cfc KZDTG T. F-aEWIT- Hays B. K. WEAREN, Dealer iB Carriages, Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, e sacri-ficedt- o (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn.) A train on tho Burlington was held up and robbed of $50,000 near St. Joe, Mo Sullivan and Kilrain met in tho othor day for tho first timo since their fight. Thoy mado friends and had a jolly good timo together. Dr. Talmago announced Sunday that Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year would resign tho pastorship of tho and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. he Brooklyn Tabernacle in the spring, upon the 25th anniversary of tho beginning of his service there. will be convinced that he is cheaper than Land of Sunshine, Fruit Before you buy and you Balti-moro Get His Prioes the cheapest. Californla-t- he school-room- patrol-wago- n fifty-thre- W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. The Midwinter Exposition, already rival tho much talked of. bida fair to great fair that haB just closed at Chicago. Not in size, perhaps, hut certainly so in originality, in richness, and in delighted visitors, who will unanimously agree OF that the Pacific Coast is worth many times tho time and money spent to visit it, in ita return of delightful climate, mellow Bunlight, wondrous growtu oi vegetation, and the heretoforo unheard k of industries connected with of fruit raising, and tho shipping of tho In ofdor to givo nn opporproduct. everybody to visit this wondertunity for land during tho Exposition, California rates via tho Queen h Crescent route have been roduced, and every one- may authorized to sell Oliver Chilled Plow find the cost of such a trip within his Is the only one Stanford. equlpment.it is the means. As for only lino by which you can travel from Cincinnati to San Francisco, absolutely without chango. Tourist sleeping cars run every two wookB through from Cincinnati to San Francisco. Solid traina twiceiaday from Cincinnati to New Orleans, wboro connection is made with through tralnB and Pullman aleepora daily to California points. Through car Bervice to either New Orleans or 8hreveport. making direct connection for Texas, Moxico and Call, fornia. From Louisville through trains ,Ii Receiving Hii make direct connection at Lexington with solid veatlbulod Bervlco to New Cnnrl in m far further narticu- v.i : : : lars. Aak agents for rates, schedules and other information, or address W. C. J Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give Rinearson, G. P. A. Cincinnati, O. and Flowers. Bops Oliver Chilled Flow Repairs net-wor- J. K. VANARSDALE, Repairs in - vestl-bule- d -- FALL AND WINTER GOODS. me call. 1..1 . r ft ' respected colored Capt. B. F. Powell stolo a march on woman, died yestorday of consumption. his friends Inst week. Ho hns been I'iikdictions for to day: Fair, cold Sho leaves threo small children. down to Adnlr county protty frewnvo. Ky., uaniury 23, 1894 Stanford, quently of Into but it was nlways underFikld seeds nt W. H. Wearen & Oo.ts Tiik Bccond lecture of tho course will stood that it was to buy stock. Somehow J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. begivenby Dr. James Hedley nt Walnt tho lowest ensh prices. ton's Opern House, next Monday night, or somehow nnother ho no ver brought nny E. C. Walton, Business Manager 23d, 1894. Ouvicii chilled plow points, throo for 20th. It will bo worth your whilo to go. back with him, nnd It got to bo noised nround that there was n woman In the $1, nt W. II. Wenron it Co.'a. A NUMiiun of Danville boyB woro here case. Monday, n week ago.ho started on .p.. i....cu.. ujuunuti anu circulars furnlihedloo application. " ' MEANS BUSINESS. Foil Hxnt; My house on upporMnln. yesterday afternoon ro witness tho foot nnother trip to Adair, and it was on this Buy your Bchool boolcn nnd school Blip hiMrs. Knto Hnys. Annlv to Itanium ball gamo between our boys and tho that the true inwardness of tho business W. IJ. McKlNNEY. plies of all kinds at A. It. Penny's. J. W. Hocker. William. Hedgevillo Eleven. was divulged. He led to the nltar the Watches, clock h and jowolry rtipnirpd young nnd comely Miss Annlo Willis New Firm of- and wnrrantod. KtiKruvini; a specialty, Smith Hauoiiman sold to J. N. Tiiievks entered tho smoke-houeof and nt A. It. IVnny's. returned home n fow days later a fee 11 shares of Farmers Trust Mr. A. J. Harden, of tho Prcachersville happy nnd blushing bridegroom. Tnulnr'Oflt stock of I)rui, Medicines, Co. The stock at $110. neighborhood, Friday night and took enptain is Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at one of ou best citizens nnd therefrom several pieces of meat nnd n his mnny A. It, Penny's. Prescriptions a special Wanted a position by n smart, capable friends join i in wishing him ty. young man, 18 years of age. Address lot of Hour. (Successors to McKinney Bros.) and his loug lives of unalloyed happiPEnsbNALporNTsT 'Hustler"Snnford, Ky. Foil Ralk on Hunt. My desirable ness. Tin-Queen- sAll's well thnt ends well. Tho Xatii McKi.n.nky is BtiulyiiiK dontlstry TiiKstororoomof W. II. Wearen it property on tho corner of Main and Mill Messenger says that Mr. Grant Co. is now illuminated by nn nrc light, Streets and adjoining Mrs. Mollio Wrny's under.Dr. A. S. Price. Will givon bargain in either case. Mrs. North and Miss Lucy Short, who it will Misa Si'R Hout is visiting Miss Minnie tho only groceiy in town to bo so light " be remembered created so much of a Mary Mntheny. ed. VunArmlalu in ilarrotlsbun;. '" sensation about ono month ngo by getMiu and Miis. J. P. Josls and chil Tiik weather continues to bo phenom-itiall- y Tiik Now York World Almanacs are ting married secretly nnd against tho XTEJW : dren went to Lxiniton Friday. : AIT3D : flno, Sunday presenting tho cligoing liko hot cukes. Wo send oil a big : I HoiiTON was in town Sntur Mu. N. J. max of beauty. A heavy wind prevail- wishes of tho yount: bride's parentP, order overy week. It is tho most vnlua-bl- o wero married over ngain last Tuesday day after long spell of the (trip. ana guarantee satisfaction. Come and book over published nt tho price ed Saturday, which ouded in rain that night. This timo the voung folks wero see us at the old stand. .Mil. AND MllH. WILL, fcKVKUA.NCK nrO asked. Very Truly, night, but it was soon over and tho sun McKinney & Hocker. . married with tho full consent of tho parvinititiK relntlves in Shelby county. nroso from n cloudless horizon, Tub administrator of Engineer Tom ents, and all concerned nro reconciled Mk. W. N. Ckaio. the commercial Higgins, who was killed in tho wreck at Tiiky havo a "Jack, the Peeper," at nnd what nt first caused n good deal of tourist, was with our merchants ye&tor Pottinger's creek, has brought Huit in tho Richmond, who goes about nt night try- disngreeablo feeling hns turned out day. Tho couplo rnn on" to Louisville Mil. J. II. Hauoiiman is in TonncBseo Nelson court for $60 000 da mngeu against ing (o look upon young Indies ns they are disrobing for the night. A coat of on tho first matrimonial venture aiid in the interest of the. btaniord Jloller the L. A N. tar and feathers would look well on such the groom being arrested on n dispatch Mills. Tiik order has been posted and is also Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your a scamp m ho gracefully sits nstrido the from Judge Short spent his first night In The Drug-Stor- e Mies I.11.LYAX Tamnkii, of McKinnny, printed in this paper for tho local option jail instead of with his bride, who is sharp edgoof a rail. visiting Misa Lizzie Jones. Somerset election in tho Crab is Orchard precinct. 1 Iteporter. Win. Jennings, who Btnid in jail hero but years of age. Tho light is on with thoanti-liceuamen Mk. J. W. IIastin, postmaster nt Pitts already claiming n n year or two, pending tho trial for the victory. NEW ADVERTISEMf NTS. tiurg, has been on a visit to his father in killing of John Bailoy in Harlan county, i School Books, Glass Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries A CAiiicri'L estimate shows that tho this county. of all kinds, for which ho was finally given a nnd Liquors for Medical Purposes. Swiss in tho Ottcnhoim colony in this life sentence, which ho is now serving, Miis. Dan O'Mallky, of Itowland, has returned from a visit to froinds nt Leba- county sold last year over $26,000 worth will lMru with pleasure, nnd surprise D. S. of garden products and poultry. Of tho no don nt, that his cousin, Wils Howar 1, non Junction. the well. known oM tuntl ol J. U, Gtepn, In At Miss Doha Stiiaoii has returned from latter, including eggs, they sold $7,000 said tliu niitht before his taking oil that Call and see us. a six month's stav nt Adnirville, where north. Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky, he killed Mr. Bailey. she lias been in business. Is It You! How dear to our hearts is Has an l,. The Caledonian Literary Society of ito Itjust received and exrlin .1, ... Drug-gist- . ol Kmiinkku W. H. Holley has returned cash on subscription, when tho cordi illy to call ueneroua Turnersvillo held another meeting Sat- 2.1 ,,m"1 It. Hv is Hltoaent innteiyou Olhcr (or the to llmtion Junction nftern month'B vis- subscriber presents it to viow. But tho urday evening of much Interest to n very guinea ana silver Steel Hows n well .u. repairs lor same NrtDiowiilamlhi.h.. i., at .. family at Itowland. it to his mnn who don't pay wo refrain from do- - large and appreciative audience. The lion of the nubile than ihr... in. .1,1 i t.. Is the primary election in Marion scription, for, perhaps, gentle- reader, preceding meeting having elected now ami laddies Is larcer than ever. Has also adtfed a line ol HtiRKit, Surreys and Stoves. .Saturday, Mr. lion Spalding was Illjjk Smith -- hop for rent, that mnn might bo you. on Colh.'e. olliceis they wero duly installed, Jack and Main Streets, IIuitonilIe. located located Hest shop for county attorney by a majoriBeozley making n very pleasant closing ... ... i.iciuui i.incuin co. UOOU smith can It was dog ent dog in tho killinc nt ndJrei-- as president nnd introducing the kc an me woik ne is looking ror. Apolv to mo ty of '.'(X). ... ......v,.., ..,., iti.jr uiiq nimin in town Wk are glad to state that Mrs. William Junction City. Tho negro hnd served V. S. CARPKNTKR newiy elected president, Sam W. Menu Moreland, who has been down with the ten years in tho penitentiary and Black- lc fee, who camo forward with n very grip for several weeks, is again up nud erty two. Tho latter shot Cage ltowsey Inaugural address. Tho nudienco and got let nil easily, as Cage was inclinELECTION NOTICE. nil right. was much entertained by Mrs. Fred Our New Carpers are P. W. Oaiitku, Jh , who has beon ed to bo sort of a bad man himself. Bishop's eesny, after which the debate Notice is gnen that an election will bo held on two, will teaching school for a term or IlKUi County has hnd numerous nllirming that "Tho Hope of Heaven is n March IO, 1894, onter Garrard Collet this week nnd lynchings, but it 1ms been n long timo More Powerful Incentive to Lend Men In the Crab Orchard Majuterlal take a normal course. Dutnct In If ever siucoBhohad a legal neck stretchLife than the Fear of coln county Ky, for ti e purposoof takingLinto n ChriBtinn the Mil. I H. Givknh and his pretty wife, ing. leal Hell." Wnltor Saunders nnd James sene of theDistrictand qualified voters of said Tho governor has Bet Feb. 9, for Come and see them and get prices. They Magisterial upon the proposition whether of Hnrrodsburp, attended church hero Beazley representing tho affirmative or not visiting Mr. the hnnging of Bob Mnrlor and it is Sunday. They havo been will go honco on that while It. M. Nowland and Rev. Joo Spirituous, Vinous orMalt Liquors G's. mother and sisters. day. Brooks favored tho negative. After both Shall be sold, or bartered or loaned therein, the Du. Dismt. K. Khy, of Kirksville, sides had argued tho subject a decision amotoapplyto DRUGGISTS, except upon sales Tiik Ouensboro Inquirer reproduces for sacramental purposes. his friends here Sunday by makKnown before. All wool carpets from 55c up. was rendered in favor of tho negative. election will be held in pursuance of an or. ing them a visit. His friend Mr. Uur-to- n n part of Mr. Bobbin's letter from this Mr. Tildon Cook, delighted tho nudienco derolthe Juage of the Lincoln County Court, made and entered at the January Term ci said fcSTCall and get the February number of paper, nnd refers to him ns tho most Farris, accompanlod him. with his banjo solos nfter Miss Ethyl Court, 18)4, and which order is in words and figof Kdna, Knnsns, hyperbolicnl and Botzley in her usual graceful manner re- ures as follows, Mks. J.T. Aksom), LINCOLN Cl UNTV COURT. I nnd little Misa Virginia Hobinson, of irrepressible stntesman that over permit- cited tho "Jealous Wlfo." Mr. Ed C. Regular Term, January 8, 1S94. J IxHiisvlllo, have been visiting Mrs. Ar- ted the "evening zephyrs to fan his mar-:A petition having been filed before the Judge of GatncB, editor of tho Turnersvillo Lincoln Co jnty Court on the Uh day o( January, ble brow." nold's sister, Mrs. W. B. Mcltobcrts. next pleased tho audience by !94. igned by a number of legal voters of the Crab JimkikF. It. Fhlanh left Inst Fridny Mks. Fkiuiili. has commenced to build reading a newsy nnd interesting sheet, order OrchariTMagUterlal District, asklng that an be made calling an election to be held In And seethe beautiful patterns. evening for Loxington, Neb., nnd will be on tho situ nt Rowland where her said precinct on the lothdayof March, 1894,10 hotel which wns characteristic of tho editor. take the sense of tho legal voters of said nttonding to some precinct, absent two weeks Fifty pieces new Ginghams, Percales, &c, etc. umiicu. 3jhu .uonoico nnve tno con- Tho next meeting Saturday evening Feb' who are qualified to vote at an election for county upon legal business. Anderson tract. Mr. Short eays he will important or not interesting of tho otlicers,vinous the proposition whetherbe sold, spirnot re- 3rd, will bo tho most or malt liquors shall ituous, barNews. build and Mr. Isaac Hamilton ifl yet un- Benson, tho Stanford Gold and Silver tered or loaned therein, same to apply to DRUGGIST-, except upon sales for sacramental purposSte-g- er Mks. 'k Waho and Miss decided as to whether or not ho will Band having been engaged to make- mus- es, said petition coming on for hearing on the Eth 1891. it being the first day are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. replace his house. ic for tho occasion. Everybody cordial- day of Innuary. the Lincoln County Court, of the regular term of and It Worcester, president of Hromwell Wiro appearmg that the legal voters of said precinct signing said petition represent more than a per Ofii candidates thinK it is pretty hard ly invited to attend. New Kdyell, ClifWorks, at their home, the votes caM Drecinct at Mntt cent, of election, and In said requirements ih.lni to havo to put up S to $15 for entering Attkmitkd Wrkck. general all the ton, C'inrini.atl. of the of Whitloy, who was on Sunday's law having been complied with; It is ordered that Concerning tho Moore, Mrs. J. W. Alcoiin and Miss Kntio in tho county derby. an election be held in the CMb Orchard .MagiWill now be made on all Winter goods. We begin now to sterial Precinct on the day Alcorn went to Middlesboro Saturday. expoiipotho county committeo figured South bound train, told us of an nttempt between the houis of 7 uicth and of pMarch, 1SJ4, in. lor very closely. In Fayette county nil tho to wreck Saturday morning's express purpose of taking the some of the4 legal m.oters the Tho Judge joined them at Pinevillo nnd of precinct, who are qualified they siH'iit the day with Mr. and Mrs. T. candidates except assessor havo to put near Mnhnn'a tho next station this side said for county oitlcers, upon to ote at elections the proposition of Williamsburg. As tho train was run- whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors up $7j or shut up. M. Pennington. Phil Soden shall be sold, bartered or loaned therein, the same ning full representing the to apply to Mil. Iiu G. Tayi-okexcept Isn't it just too bad, as tho ladies ask, saw aatsignalBpeed, Engineeronco slacked sacramental DIlUoGISIS, result or upon sales for purposes, the to stop nnd nt said election John 'hilllto (Jo., was with our mer- thut tho Centre College Athletic Club in tobe certihed to and returned as required by law up. Later ho eawn young mnn, who prov- In elections for county olllccrs. chants hero yesterday. His pretty wife, tho godly town of Danvillo should havo The appointed ed to be Geo. Tugglo, of Willinmsburg, election'following ollicers aioNo. C. to hold said silk mufflers now Si, our 50c muffler 35c, a few seal r"r,-5o Voting Precinct who formerly was Miss Pattio Tribble, ollored $LU000 for tho J. Chadwick ll incoming down tho track. Mr. Tugglo audi. b Larson, judges; M. J. Karris, clerk, muiib icit, rcaurec. irom 54 to S2, just half price. Ladies him. accompanlod light to occur there? and gents' and Severance, sncritr Tho thought of fur- 1 C.Win Itedd,Sr,and G. A. Voting Preinct No. Cloth gaiters reduced A. Adams, judges; S. Mitfl. J. 11. HicmiNs wns tapped for such a divine place being so desecrnted formed him that n fow hundred feet 50 per cent. Comforts and Bed Blankets at a A. Middle ton, clerk, and John Edmiston, sheriff ther on, n lot of cross ties had been placed Same hat lug btcn letted as to the qualifications as great redoction. Our ladies', misses' and children's dropsy again Friday and about J gallons is preposterous nnd revolting. Cloaks and genon tho track and that ho hnd seen three required by law. of water taken from her. This is the Gnen under my hand this 17th day cf Jauu"' tlemen s Overcoats we are determined to sell and if you don't cive Conductor Joseph 1894. G. A. C, wiiojK handwriting shows negroes closo by. JOHN N. MENKKEE. our price we will take yours. lrith time she has been tapped and as Sheriff of Lincoln County gallons woro taken, that Bho is of tho fair box, sends us a box Robinson, knowing that Mr. Moore wns each tlmo about four it will be seen that about GO gallons in of beautiful roses from Houston, Texas, on board put tho enso in his hands, nnd which she says wero grown in tho open thnt gontleni.iu nt onco went to work nil hnvu beon tnkon from her. air. Wo aro exceedingly oblidged to Ho wns not nrmed but finnlly bonowed Ouimi to the hnrd times nnd tho conOur boys' and gents' Boots, reduced 25 per cent, and if that don't sentient withdr.wnl of pupils from her and will bo more so if sho will kind- a pistol or 60 nnd with sovernl other chanpe my will started out to hunt tho rascals ferHaving decMed toauction my location Istock of Tor tale at public close them out we will still cut the price. Our school, together with tho inability of ly inform us for what pretty name tho entire of . ...1... iiArt.l .illicit.. 1'rnf 11, ill. initials stand for. who, had their plans worked, might l .u.. w..uOUlOrH IU lltnw wwil i.uoii., Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, n .Mr. bnnl hns been forced to reduce his facIt turns out that tho alleged train rob- havo causednotwholosalo loss of life. pistol Underwear and ecrTthinjj usually kept in 'a dry gono far whon a Mooro hnd eoo1 etore. Sale will begin Saturday. Jan. ulty. Miss Lucy Johns, tho highly ac- bery near Corbin was not nn nttempt at A. Also on 13d, complished vocal teacher, who has given nil. Somo strapped miners got on tho Hashed nnd n ball whizzed by his head. iJOth. at go cioek zcinM. mme time,Jan. Jan. tc amc lime, uu Jan. anu ai nnd ondeared herself platform of tho oxpress cur to steal n Ho returned firo and ran in the direction will close tho tale. Everything put up will L For boys and men must be sold and in fact all winter goods will now entire satisfaction old, without any and for CASH. continbe slaughtered in order to clean up for the Spring trade. As soon as to all with whom sho has como in con- ridoand while thoro began scuilllng-Thi- from which tho shot enmo nnd JACOB HUMMELSTEIN. Pror., 91 at his ammunition gave out. ued to shoot till Huit mville, Ky the Wilson tariff bill is passed good times will come rushing in upon left yestorday for her homo nt Van tact, scared tho meesengor nnd ho bognn us and we must be in shape. We have a lot of odd Lace Curtains and Wert, O., taking with hor tho good to shoot ns fnst ns his pistol would firo. Tho Bcnmps took to tho woods though a lot of samples of Carpeting for rugs to close. A price will be made PUULICSALE OF wishes of many friends. Then it camo tho miner's time to become nnd nothing moro has beon heard from them. Mr. Mooro thiuks tho parties on these goods to insure a sale. And now don't forget that we are frightened and they showed it by jump1 1 headquarters CITY AND VICINITY. woro white but Tugglo, who joinod in for the J. B. and P. D. Corsets, the Standard Patterus ing pell moll in tho darkness. Only this tho search nftor them, is certain they and for Table Cloths, Napkins, Towels, Draperies, Dress Goods, &c. and nothing more. Danks, tho people's Jeweler. wero necroes. Tugglo, is n young man On Thursday, January 25, 1894, We forgot to say that we have a large line of Wool Overcoats that cottage for rent. J. S The now postmaster, John W. Rout, of good roputation and was returning A nice must be sold. Come and see all that we have. baa received his bond and mado it out from a visit to his best girl whon ho saw On the premises whero I now live, near the Hukui'b. tonville A' Middleburs pike, two miles Irom doath-traIt was evidontly the tonMlle, will tell to the highest bidder all the ward- - withS. II. Baughman, J. W. Hnydon tho "Wanted. A following described property. pair and Dr. Steolo Bnlloy as sureties. to work mules, a good brood mares, Onefoal to rood Tho Intention of tho good In robe. Apply nt this oillco. jack, i three mare, one buggy horse, a old Commercial is being fittod up very rob tho train. filly colts, i Jersey cow, i graded cow, i Jernice Youn accouut is ready for you, Call conveniently for tho olllco, which will sey heifer, I old heifer, 5 nico yearling MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. steers, 1; good ewes bred to good buck. All my McKinnoy Bros. possess tho great ndvantago of being arnnd settle. farming implements, a two horse wagons, 1 bugnew hay rake, A woman without arms was recent gy. good mowing machine, whonyou want anything ranged so that owners of lock boxes can ItKMEMDKii turning plows, double shovels, harness, fie. 30 get nt them at all times. As it hns boon ly married in Now Zealand. The ring barrels of corn in the crib. jewelry lino, go to Danks. in tho TERMS. Sale will be made on ten was placed upon tho fourth too of her months for all sums over $10, with a credit ol from Holders of lock boxes have little advanDealers in- interest date. 810 and under cash In hand. left foot. Drink "Pndung Java" coffoo; some-thin- g tages over other people. oa st W. H. UADGKTT, Hustonvlllc. m new. McKinnoy & Hocker. Lillian Rneaoll and Signor Peruglni Thk Richmond Itegiater asks "what woro married in New York Sunday afYoon account will be roady January baa Walton got to say about Dr. Apple-maternoon by tho Judgo who divorcod tho 1st. Call and settle. - - A. R. Penny. having to leave tho Stato because comic opera quoen from her first husof having practicod medlciuo contrary to Bokn, to the wlfo of Capt James band. boy. tho law regulating the registry of phy a Hash Hassan, a fine looking Moor We have opened on Depot Street a Gregory, of Itowland, sicians." Nothing except that Dr. An. from Morrocco, and Amona Mahomet, a Butcher Shop, wherewe will keep at all times the best meats that the country affords. We will hanItKMKMUBR that M. F. Elkin pays tho pleaian hns done considerable good hero dancing girl, both of whom wero famil- dle nothing but the best and will cash price for hides and all kinds and that his way of paying for his highest iar figures on the Midway Flaisance, CASH ONLY, is more to be commended wero married at the Buckingham Thea- of fur. than that of the "ethical" practioner. tro, Louisville. Ho Is 04 and she SG. As we can not keep books. Our customers will candlesticks. do served in tne oest style anu we solicit, the patwhoae greatest desite la to work the ronage of The ceremony drew a packed houso to cattle andthe public. We also buy good A In good order. Danks, the Jew- newspapers Must be hogs. ANDERSON CARR CO., for.'a free notice. 83 jm the performance. Call and Examine their Stock. Stanford, Ky. eler. n go-Ing m Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Diamonds at DankB, the jowolor. Anne Bkazmcy, Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January 6 Jff ; r m m i IT -- Meno-Bnnk't- fc o McKlNNEY & HOCKER, m m m Pine-vill- o Dealers In Groceries, Hardware, Woodenware, &c. GOODS 11 "",u"uuu' 1TEW FHXCES Imp-pll- y. DR. S. G. HOCKER DRUGGIST. V 1 o Drugs, School Supplies, DK. S. C. IZOCKEB,, The CARPENTER, The Best Goods For The Least Money- nomi-Inate- d -- IN a ew CAEPETS l : I cred-itnb- Saturday, ARRIVING DAILY. I sur-prls- el Are Cheaper than Ever THE - sky-scrnpin- g, l, it: Whirl-Aroun- d, METROPOLITAN, SEVERANCE & SON. Ix-n- - Ex-Shori- tr HARD TIMES PRICES leanupfor Spring&SummerTradQ , Corbett-Mitcho- 1 -- 1 H Great Auction Sale. gon-tlemo- n Come - Winter Clothing s Personal Property 1 m ' Hus-Hu- n. p. second-hande- d would-bo-wrecke- ra HUGHES & TATE. year-ol- d two-ye- 1 1 FARRIS & HARDIN, -- n ITew Meat Shop. fint-cla- is nlne-ponn- d Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Queensware, Glassware, a Harness, &c. SEIX FOR WANTKD.-Oldstylob- rass corn-fe- d Plows, Wagons,Harrows iSifil iim!k?Y LASjffissteasJt-.s-- 4 tiAyjjjfyvMjfipr. i? nt ?f WrTIE.-isfew g -- :Tyv5jpqpjqjp-STH- t . "Wy'W tfPPi'-"wPpyr- i " w-.- y , fapr .vryt-J- -- , -- jr;y--) ! Semi-Week- ly Interior Journji: AT A SCIENTIFIC ROOT FEEDER. ROWLAND HILL'S WIT. Published Every Tuesday and Friday S T1 ' - PICK. YiCiVUTN eu 1 t3-Wh- not .opaid S2.SO will be charged.LOCAL TIME CARD. ADVANOK hf'fc " K.C Train itavc. Rowland at ;:oo a. m., returning fit i'.ta p. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail train going North South...... Exprtis train " South North.. m Lseal Freight North Soutru.-- .1 '. IV I . - - - .936 am Pm "3Jim S iijpm ;P n 37 P Tha latter traini alto carry passengers. The above calculated on standard time. Solar J me la about 10 minutet fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Going North train pus Junction City m foVestibule starts 6 a. m. llow: lllue-GraFlorida - " Limited 3 p. m. Local if-S-i m Limited 1:1s Florida -S- outh-N. O. Vestibule la'S P " Limited it p. m Local t'.n p. m. JIIue-Gra- s p. m. Vestibule arrives 8:40 ss V- f I iv5 ;a "a ;i"' 4 r' "1. t.' Li M IV V h VoYal Absolutely Pure vr f a A cream of tarter baking pow- "1 g. der. Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. eoyal:baking POWDER CO., 100 Wall St.. Now York. Higest of all in leavening R I will open on January 16th, 189J. a First-CIiDairy, from which I can upp!y any quantity ol ersey milk to the people of fctanlord and Kow-an- d at the lollowins prices, delivered: o cents Freth Milk, per gallon to cent Shimmed Milk, pir gallon ... 8 cent Batter Milk, per gallon I will make two trips dally. The patronage ol the G. A. PEYTON, public U solicited. Stanford, Ky ai-- t yr. ss ., MAGNETIC OIL! JOHNSON'S f Care KHEUMATISM, NEOBAL , UlAi LMIUV Ii.-- Dinuun,ui usc- 8welUiie, Stiff Joints, CO LIU and LyStOLmJllA.ill"a insuinuy. inoiern jiur- Bho, Croup.lMptnena, ore 1 nroai, IHEADACUE, as if by magic THE HORSE BRAND, stock, Double Stremru or the most Powerful and PenetratlngLinlmentf sUoMat. s'Jc or Boast in existence. Large II Mie 75c, BOc J-) vB Internal and External. Instant Klllerot Pain. l , Medicated and Toilet. The Great Skin Curs and Wheat Kntlnc Hoc. e raort Face Beautifies. Ladies will find it Bonp on dellcata and highly perfumed ToiletMakes the bogs I bought eight half Poland-Chinabsolutely pure. tho market. Itls Aug. 5, 1893. They weighed 1,078 pounds. the lost com akin nof t and velvety and l a luxury for tho Bath for Filexloni Itching, cleanes the scalp and Infants. At 4J cents a pound they cost $51.20. I promotes fed them 03 days on 50 bushels of wheat tho growth, ol hair, ttloo 25c. For sole by at 50 cents, making $25 for wheat. I Ky. wound them up on 10 bushels of corn at A. R. PENNY, JJ2 cents a bushel, making corn cost $3.20. A. G. Lanhao I feed s wheat wet; balance dry. John B. Castleman. This makes wheat and corn all cost $:9.40. I sold the hogs Oct. 10, 1893, to be delivered on Nov. 10, at 6 cents. I weighed them up on Nov. 10. They weighed 2,075 pounds. Taking $70.40, cost of hogs, wheat and corn, from $124.50, the price I received for hogs, leaves $43.10. Take $3.20 off for corn leaves $41.90 for the 50 bushels of wheat, cents a bushel I received for my or 83 & ASTLEM AN wheat by feeding it to hogs. My hogs B ran in a woods lot where they got ull tho MANAGERS,'; water they wished nnd ato all tho acorne cents Commerce Building, Louisville they wanted. So I count 83 the prico I got for my wheat. E. Evans Agent throughout the South. of Tennessee in St. Louis Journal of Agriculture. W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agont, Livestock 1'olnti. STANFORD, KY. "Turkeys simply cannot stand it tc bo confined," says The Fanciers' Review. "The cold will not hurt them provided they have plenty of corn." EXPECT DO YOU To "draw" poultryis to disembowel it. TO BECOME A Talk to your horses. A Vermont stago driver complaina MOTHER? that farmers do not understand business courtesies nnd have no regard for their word when a buyer comes along and offers them a fow cents more, Bay, for n lot of pigs than they havo already bargained with ono dealer to deliver tho for. They ' easy. norkhigher bidderlet tho animals go to makes child with never a suspicion tho that they aro both dishonest and unbusiAssists Nature, Latent Danger, and Shorten Labor. beliovo this acWell, "My wile Buffered morointcn minutes nesslike. against wo don't farmers. than flho did aU cusation with her other children Tho stallion Onward has added 14 trof-te- rs togother with her last, after having uaod and 5 pacers to tho class of his progfour bottles of MOTHER'S PBIEND," sayB n customer. eny that can go mile in 2:30. Hbmdurson Dale, Druggist, Carmi, 111. Electioneer has produced 144 colts that Sent by express on receipt of price, $1.60 per bot- are Included in tho 2:30 class. tle. Hook " To Mothers '' mailed tree. Don D. Donnan of the Chicago Inter BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., history of tjie ATLAHTMt GA. Ocean is writing tho OS UU BV Alt DRvMGim. world's great brood mares. A New York horso dealer says, "Tho same horse that fivo years ago would bring $200 to $500 can now t had for from $75 to $150." The reason is that horse stock has improved so much in tho tirno mentioned that what was a fine horso then is not noticed now. Farmers must bear this in mind and breed accordingly. An experienced hog raiser declares that, while there is plenty of money in importing fine swine for breeding, there reliable cure for Contagious T is none at all in importing them for sale. Blood Poison, Inherited Sere- fula and Skin Cancer. The hard times caused poultry to be J? As a tonic for delicatenoWomen low in city markets during the holidays. equal. and ChUdren It has Never mind. Better luck next year. purely veeetable, la harm. SCelne In Its effects. A man who is feeding 1,500 lambs on sod .Skin a ration which includes half a pound of treatlte on moodapplication.Dls- mailed race on wheat to each daily reports thut the Vruyoiits Sell Zt. lambs thrive finely. cunrr cdep en nn. The ono safe rulo about feeding is to Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa.'' give at ono time only as much as the animal will eat up cleau. Watch and find out how much that is. a es JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP. Wiscmsiu burned Although much over, ami mott was dry uiiough to burn for many weeks tins fall, 1 have abundance of'feed for my htucfc; for tho next eight months. I lmvo iny usual root crop. 1 have a five acre "twitch" that I beliuvo will yield enough roots to givo80 head 80 iwundseach a day for 12o days. I have been feeding roots since oarly in Septembermostly turnips grown in my corn. A ration of turnips added to a generous feed of cornfodder and oatmeal mado an average gain of four pounds a day in three days on each cow. I am of Juno messes getting from cows that calved in January, February nnd March. I feed my turnips after milking, about 15 pounds besides tho tops to each mess. My cream goes to Chicago every day. I havo requested interested parties to uso good senso to discover scents; that if a turnip scent should turn up in my milk it bo sent back to where it was scented, as ono scent might ruin tunny cents' worth of milk. Keep in mind 10 hours must pass after turnips areeaten before cows aro milked or n taint may bo expected. My oats wero injured by hot weather nnd gavo but half a crop of grain. Five acres yielded but 200 bushels of oats and Btraw worth $80. Fivo acres of roots gave 0,000 bushels, worth when ready to harvest fK)0 at a low estimate I was offered $20 today for 100 bushels in tho field as growing. Tho tops go far toward paying for harvesting them. It cost mo not to exceed $30 moro to raiso fivo acres of roots thnn fivo acres of ont3. I could feed profitably tho coming winter 15,000 bushels of roots. Horses, bogs, hens all things on tho farm, two legged or four aro healthier nnd happier by having them. I saw today 11 Hat turnips growing bo closo together that four of them had been raised completely from tho ground and wero being fed by tho slender tap root running down to tho ground. Nono of them was small. By tho 1st of November many bushels will thusbocrowded from tho ground. I mado this ground very rich and freed it fromthocursoof weeds in 1892. It looks like producing 2,000 bushels. I sowed them broadcast, nnd the ground is literally covered. Thero is nothing so green in this town this morning (unless it be somo of my townsmen who havo no turnips or much olso for their cattle) as tho field of turnips. Neither August heat nor October frosts disturb a root crop after it onco gets hold of a rich, mellow soil. Running closo up to tho fino bouso of Mr. H. K. Loomis (tho houso in which Hiram Smith died) is a splendid half aero of turnips. Mr. Loomis feeds his well bred cows turnips about as regularly as I do mine, and I cannot seo why his butter haa not the samo "gilt edgo" manuas that his honored father-in-lafactured from his silage. A. X. Hyatt in breeder's Gazette. ofr four-sevent- Could lVeil rrofltHliljTliU Winter Tlfteen Tliouoniitl lluilii'U nf Hiiitt. llluntriitliiu n Lomloa rreuclicr'a Kouillnein. Many anecdotes aro told illustrating tho wit nnd eccentricity of Rowland Hill, tho celebrated London preacher. A dissenting minister onco complained to him of tho dealing ha had received from an ecclesiastical lnxird nnd concluded: "For my part I don't seo tho differenco between a board and n bench," meaning that the rulo of his board was as btrict as that of the bishops. 'Tardou mo, my friend," said Mr. Hill. "I will show you an essontinl differenco between the two. A board is 0 bench that has no legs to stand upon." A man was ono day calling upon him nnd setting forth some very peculiar viows. "Do you hold tho Ten Commandments to bo tho rulo of lifo for Christians?' asked Mr. Hill. "Certainly not," was tho reply. Tho minister rang tho bell, and when tho servant appeared ho said quietly to him: "John, Bhow this man tho door and keep your eyo on him until ho is beyond tho reach of ovory nrticlo of wearing apparel in the hall." Ono Sunday several iwrsons entered hischapol to void thofallingrniu. "Many persons aro to bo blamed for making thoir religion n clonk," said Mr. Hill, "but I do not think thoso aro much better who make it an umbrella." Again, when ho had received anonymous letters from somo of his cougreg?-tioho said: "If you wish mo to read your anonymous letters, you must inclose a 3 noto in them for some charity." On nnother occasion ho said: "I do not want tho walls of bermrntion between tho different orders of Chrihtinns to bo destroyed. I only want them lowered, that wo may shako hands n little easier over them." Youth's Companion. Some Anecdotes 11 u, .? it Lo., Pa,, ayi orWeit Monterey, Clarion phylclan could do has cured people that our to try a bottle nolhtnctor. V punuaded them now ol Chamberlain's Couph Remedy and they nd jo 3 recMiimmd it with the rcit of (J. llocker. cent bottle for al bv Or i. ?" i js"i',L .rVi' THE COMMERCIAL 1ILOCK Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Minersand shippers ol the GENUINE ;' Orijjii.nl Jellico Conl. Two doors above Pott-Olllc- e. Alw.ys on hand Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford land Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and ,UGGINS & Carlton Cornwell, foreman of the- Oatette The Nobiest Nicest Goods? J ,tflievetthatChmborlaliiiCoKh llemedy ihmil.l t In every home. He utcd It lor Can bo had in the market. Prues lower than the a cold and It effected a speedy cure. He says," It lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and recommend It is indeed a Knd retnody, I canwhoopiUECOUKh samine before buving to all I have also wen it used for MAKY DAVIS DUDOKHAK. with thu best rMuln.' $ and jo cent bottles for Mrs. Kata Duddtrar, Manager Stanford, Ky. sale by Dr. S.O. Hocker - and WAITS. JH Owsley Duildlng. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Store In the new Stanford. Many stubborn and aReravatlnp case of rheumatism .. nr were believed to bo incurable and ac--. .. . that k.... .!. l.l (ii Chamber Iain's l'ain llalin, much .- -to tho surprise and . Rtat- .... nflMttllMI will . .L . tT. vh .pr..... location Ol ino luuvrcm relieve the pain and suffering and its continued uw insures au effectual cure. Kor sale by Dr. b. G. Hocker. .i.. Tho Floronoo Hotel, JELLICO ITNNESSEE, Office over Mc Roberts Drug fla -.- -. Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. THE RILEY - - HOUSE Kentucky. F. B. niLEY.SProprlotor, The beat hotel in the city and tho only one with a sample rrum for drummer. K.pecia attention to the traveling public. Kate. Jj. 5J-'- London, 77 When When When When Raby rn sick, vto pv her CastorK ahe was a Child, Rho cried for CftstorU. tno became- Mi, aba clunR to Castor!. she had Children, ahe gevothem CoatorU. Fruit Trees For Sale ! At our Fruit Farm, and Nurseiie one mile West of Klnsvillc, Lincoln county. We have as fine a stock of Fruit Trees as any man ever handled, I have moved to my new Hottlland am bettsr prepared than ever to accommodato the public d. Oood Livery attached and every convenience Give me a call. .FRANK RILEY. 'You ar old. my dear grandma," the little girl said As she ly by tha fire with Polly. hairs on your "Kor as while is the snow are the head Yet you always look rosy and Jolly. "Pray tell me, dear grandma, the reason of this Why you alwajs I00V healthy and sptltely. me Has, Why you never are pale when you give and night- Why vou take such long walks morn ready lor transplanting nto orchard and garden this Pall Oicharda of Apples and Peaches will be assorted to suit customei. at $10 Per hundred. Pull slocks ol fruit and ornamental trees, grape The trees ate nice, the varieties the best, Kvcry-thineeded to mako home attractive and the vines, asparagus, small Irults, shrubs, and every children happy will bo found here. For circulars thing usually found In a nursery establishment. WV wll direct to the planter and have no agents, address J. A. McKKK Re CO., Catalogue on application Kingsville, Ky. 64 II. K. HILLKNMKYHR, n Leilngton, Ky, ne fts-n- Orchard, Lawn Garden. Garrard. : College, THE OLD "The - "is simple, 11 neeus n urwi""I've always been well, for 1 keep by my side A bottle of l'icrce's Prescription. All ages and all conditions of womanhood wll' Ur. find lust the help that woman needs, in tier Th.t's i ms Tierce's Favorite Prescription then the If it can't be done, that's guaranteed. nothing-Imakers dkn t want ts medicine costs you - 1.1" reason, my English and Classical. For males and females, darling," her 'grandma replied Lancaster, : : Kontucky, JACKSOIT ECOTJSE, SAM II WARNACK.Pror, Neit session begins Feb. I, 1S94. The course and teaching thorough, the buildiugs and grounds Youuc ladies beautiful and rate, reasonable. London, - KENTUCKY. s bearded in the College; young genUeincnliOarded In the town. For further tarticulsrs address the MILT UN ELLIOTT President. J Kenned and refurnished and in everv way pre Kates pared to attend the want, of the public very reasonable nesses peculiar to all sex, Kavo, te Prese riptlon can be guaris the only lemedy so certain that it If it fiU to benefit or cure, you have anteed. your money back. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedy positively cures caUrrh. Wler-trl- '".U'&.sem.nt.. "?ul.rltte. .ud I frt; ITotiOQ- - - Gontlomonl TO THE LADIES. Knnk Treason. "Tho old collnr button joko is no joko praise. A purer medicine does not esist and it is Kl"" to do .11......- - nftVi I in my case," said tho man who hnd oc- guaranteed cure tiall that is claimed. ind Klu .. ivrr timers win V. cViY cupied the upper berth in section No. 0. neys, win remove iiuiic, ..u...,... .thrum and affections caused by Impure blood, will "Host minowhen I got up this morning. other malaria tho system and P'event as Saw it fall. Got down to tho floor and driveas cure all from malarial fever. Kor cure ol Head, well looked everywhere for it. Couldn't find ache, Constipation and Indigestion, " or money guaranteed Hitters. it because thero wasn't any bureau in tho reluuded. Kntire satisfactionJi per bottle at A. K. Price je and car for it to roll under. You know how Penny's drug store 1 it feels to havo to uso n pin for a collar Buclclln'BArnlcaaalvo. button, of course?" lor cuts, brums ! ulvr. In the world "No," said tho other passenger, a sol- soTh. ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, letter chap-p- el cs, erup hands, chilblains, corn, and all ski requi, emn, weary eyed man in n suull colored pay lio is and poitivly cures piles, or no satisfaction Iniar.nteed to givv perfect suit, "I don't." ,A 1, is . t.r DOS. " "You don't often loso a collnr button or money retunueu a I nJ Come all. Satisfaction guaranteed or -popular as to need no special memmu. .... - or moneyone, come I or one of my clerks will merl refunded. same song have used Klectnc Hitters sing the This remedy is becoming so well known lllttorfl. A Having secured tho services ol Miss Maltie AI Lookout for the ROWLAND HOTEL. I have len from Cincinnati as Iriiumcr for this sean, I remed the tlrlght I'eiriU property and have It cordially Invite the ladles to Inspect a carefully nicely fixed up. ily rates are Ji per day. Have selected stock ol Millinery at prices to suit the ttrora. The ladles are Inviied lo w- - my nice, new hue ol Stamped Linen and Embroidery Mattrlal First-Olas- s Bar in Connection. fa-v- M1SSLICCIE IIEAZLkV. SUnford, Ky. V"'' all night trams. Thanking my friends lor past and so.tciling a continuance, I am 58iyr J W. CARRIER. TH 1 P.O. MILLINERY. at the post-offi- - "''' Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Larost Ky. Stanford, Practical CARPET WEAVER, Has lately purchased the celebrated 10 room and see the and Boat Soloctod Stock The gouds and prices arc Of Millinery In town. bound 10 please you. MRS. P T COURTS. tl-- then?' ! DT A n. remifi any troublo in finding it?" To be Voted for at the tPrimary, "It never drops out." to got down on your "You nover havo March 3rd. hands nnd knees nnd feel all around under tho bnrenu nnd get pins nnd carpet tacka II. stuck in your fiugers, hey?' .. .: KMtiilnatlnn for """" Is a candidate lor tne uemott.u.Primary hlectlon, "Never." Attorney,. ubject to the ' 'Perhaps you d on't uso a collar button?" County 3ro. March "I always uso one." "And and you never loso it? B. "I never loso one." "When it drops out, you uover havo "." ... Newcomb llrst-clas- Fly Shuttlo Loom, And is prepared to do all kinds of Carpet and Rug Weaving. Fancy weaving on Shawls, MuHssts, Etc Call and examine ray work. I guarantee s work ai law prices. m Commercial McKINNEY, KY. First-Gla- sa Hotel, CANDIDATES I have bought above tiienttonediiolsl at Mc Kinney and have attached a Bar and Pool Room. J. ..... PAXTON, R, u. MMER Dealer In Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and am better than ever 1 Prepared to Accommodato tho Public. Hpocial attention lo Commercial Men. Uvcry and Ff'-- "Never." "Um may I ask what your occupa- Stanford, comic papers," answered tho weary eyed man. And the eilenco grew dense enough to cut into I, th slabs. Chicago Tribune. tion is?' action of I. a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the the Democracy. JOHN MERSHON Groceries, Candies, JESS ROUT, Manager. Stable attached. P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. "I write jokes for action 01 a candidate fcr Jailer, subject to the democracy. PETER HAMPTON, SAH9I. OWENS, Fancy Goods, THE GOFFEY HOUSE jTANfOIlD. KY., Fruits, &c. for your pa- JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now In my charge and I intend lo conduct il so a. to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to Its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial traveler, and fine rooms, for Saved. . two-third- HOYAL OF LIVERPOOL. I. county, a candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln1 to the action of tho democratic timary.. Desires to thank you sub-jec- t Insurance ARBEE Company county, subr I. a candidate for Sheriff or Unco'n ject to the action of the democratic primary. T. . NEWLAND ;t tronage during the year which is th. dlsptuy of samples. almost gone and asks a continu:A!First-ClaB- 8 ance during the coming year. When Hungry try one of his j7-t- Saloon J, II. SOWDEK. T. J. HATCHER for Jailer of Lincoln county and not to commit themselves to any at home and work. one else, as he is forced to stay action ol the c II,. candidacy i. subject to the .C-ndidat- e And BILLIARD and POOLROOMS atlachtd f JOSEPH COKPKY. V. 0 4-- 5 fiend, H.MILLKU. Dem-ncrat- MILLER & SOWDER, psrty. 4-- 5 G. niram Daly What's this I hear? You havo married n servnnt girl nnd expect I. a Candidate for Jailer, he Democracy. to bring her hero to live? Daly, Jr. Yes. I W. DEBOUD subject lo Olfaction of 25 CTS MEALS REAL -:- - ESTATE KENTUCKY. Journal !luildin Doalors and Brokors, And you will certainly go back STANFORD, Office Interior and try him again. San Francisco. LA M. F. EIJKIN, lo the action Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject of the democracy. JNO. BRIGHT ef the Democratic party. action Is a Candidate for Assessor, .ubjectito;tne Portland. PROIERTYFOR SAIfe. 1. Fine lllue Gran Farm ot 3jj and finely imnn.nu. jjj acrea ion pile Offered A World's Fair Record. j. Farm of at low pnci. 4. 100 acies, finely Impioved. E. O. KENNEDY, to the office of a candidate for of Lincoln County, subject to action of the democratic party. CHICAGO -- state of cultivation, Fine lllue Grass Farm, of 105 ai.es, In high well improved ; offered low Good "Mothers Friend" birth I. VIA- 5. Farm of 14s acres, near R. R, station. Hue grass land; will sell cheap. mik-- m the action oi I.,s Hiram Daly Enough, air! Not an- the democracy. for Jalier, .ubjecf.to your brothother word! I shall inform ers of your conduct. Wonoedtwomore. Puck. Is a candidate for Jailer, subjects, theactionof end-dat- V. L. DAWSON, 1 price and on easy terms. CHICACO 7. lllue Grass Karmoi 13s acres, on pike, two a from Slanlord; good llluc-gras- s land; low ftjjjQUISVIUtjNIwAtBaat 8f((i- - 8 to ta. Town lots in Stanford In arcas.'.to suit purchasers. JOHN BAILEY, E. PULLMANS AND Ah! 11 "Book roviowera must havo very heavy VARNON, doctors' bills, I imagine." WALLACE "Why? Authors aro rarely pugilists." . . - l.llnnlfn th - nfftCfi Of COUU ..ni...f....i action i. Judge; subject to "Oh, I don't mean that. But revlow- - ty acanuiuaic iur in- the .u"i"' of democratic par era aro always in a critical condition, ty. you know." Truth. Littlo Johnny Papa, did you ever make a snow innn in tho winter? Wiso Father (with a sigh) No, my O. P. boh, but I havo helped to mako a great Ga- Isa candidate for Jailer, .ubject to the action of big ice man in tho summer. Elmira Democratic party. He would appreciate your zette. vote, Tbo Wrong I'lace. Poet I wroto this poem, sir, to keep JOHN M. JOHNSON tho wolf from tho door. 1st Candidate for A.sessorof Lincoln county Editor My dear sir, you aro at the subject to the action ol the Democratic party. wrong place. Thero is no wolf at this door. Lifo. A. GIVENS Tlio Mnktiiff of lllm. the old Jeftersonlan democracy.. PARLOR CARS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE acre fitio larn. witli excellent 17. Ninety-thre- e mil), dwelling and other Improvements, oa pile, miles from Stanford, 4 24 Large blue grass farm, capable of division Into smaller farms. Desirable In every paiticu. lar. Oflcrcd low and on very easy terms. 6. Good frame building; well finish, cd on Main street, in Eastern part of Stanfoad 95 feet front, 100 back.( Will sell at a bargain. two-sto- ry RUNNING - DINING - CARS. WRITE TO E. H. BACON, D. P. A.. K.J. UEED.G. PA Chicago, 111. Louisville, Ky. jt Smalt farm of 19 acre, on Hanging Fort. Will exchanKe for .mall house and lot or .ell at low price on easy terms. ao. Small farm ol 3o acres, imilea Irom Stanfcrd welllmprovcd, at a bargain. JAMES W. GIVENS St. Paul. Denver. SssssssssS S S Swift's s Aitwr s I Blood and Skin s s Disiasis O SA O Specific r. - r.n.iM.t. inr (Vmntv ludee of Lincoln, sub ject to the action ot the Democracy. HUFFMAN fi! fi QHtl" jt. Farm of 60 acres on Hanging Fork, near Turnersvilla Fine lllue graseltud, front, on pike, with good improvements and nice young orchard. Price low. e and cottage, nicely and 3s. Hotel, conveniently located, near depot In London, Ky Nine rooms in dwelling-- , four rooms in cottage, tttorc house of 3 rcoms. Alt now buildiugs. Also good barn. Lot 300x300 feet. Fine location for 'tore snd hotel. Will sell cheap an 1 on easy terms. .tore-hous- JAMES YEAGER. THOMAS YEAOER. g J. YEAGER & YEAGER, a O O SA O g Is a Candidate for Sheriff Infallible. ject to the action of the Democratic Checkerly Baw Jove, Cholly, I wish I know somo polito and easy way to put off duns. Stripes Just pay cash. Harper's Ba I. a candidate for Jailer, subject lo th democratic party. zar. of Lincoln county, party. sub- mil KOn A mmm stable, STANFORD, B.Y. Hour DINK FARMER the action of CLEAN Shave, SiyIIsIi Hair Cut, Or s Nice, Refreshing Bath Go to Wo'are In our new stable in tha Opera Olockland are well supplied with No Need of Them. ' f .A :. 3m issssssss; Guest I should think you would have electric bells put in tho hotel. Rural Landlord What for? To havo folks rinciu of 'em all tha time2 Tmtivi GEORGE B. COOPER, to tho offlce ol Is a candidate for support. County Clerk and will appreciate you 1894. 3, Democratic primary Saturday, ;new rigsxand horses Have been purchased and noth urooats will leave the.itable. Jesse Thompson's lie 1. also agent for Barber Shop, Laun- the Lexington Steam dry, The Dot in the Country. Give tliciii a Call. ykiis 'msBsssm. KBfflH Jus ISJiKg ?mmffWHit ,i. re- 1 1