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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894012601 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. rv. .fliy. - Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. THE CENERAL ASSEMBLY. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26. 4894. NO. 94 MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. CORBETT STILL THE CHAMPION. jurors In county uourtB Tbo Houho pasflctl tbe bill to pny fill to 8. bill to ninko Sunday basu ball Tlio plnying n inUdotnoanor was reported nd veruoly, Tho Houbb by h voto of 42 to ,'K) Haiti it vr.s opposed to paying for tho scnlpu of foxcB, wolvi'H nntl wild catn. Up to this timo but ouo bill lias been paoacd and digued by tbu governor, although nearly half of tho session ia gone. Hoesion With 23 dnya of a nu 251) IjIIIh beforo it, tho assembly Kono eeetna to bo cutting oir inoro than it can tnaaticato. Tlio IJoubu thinks that tho board of equalisation ia an uunecesitnry and expensive machine, so it voted 2 to 1 to nbolisb it. A bill to creato tho useless olllco of bank examiner with a B.ilary of $1,000, a deputy nt f 10 u day andu clork at f 1,800 is tho ellort of Ktnteaman I.etterle, of 00-da- 1 Iouisville. A bill was introduced in tho Kentucky Houbo of KepresontativeB, tho provisions of which practically tfvo tho lUilroad Commission the power to fix freight rateB in tho State. If tho body is silly enough to pass Biich a bill it will bo unlawful for any person to ring a boll on tlio streets for an auction, except in front of tint house In which it ia to bo held, tpuuiahnblo by line. 1)111 Uecknor is tho author of it. Judge Ueckner was speaking in behalf of his bill Wednesday, which makes it a penitentiary ollenso to destroy ownership marks on logs. Mr. Harvey Helm for tho committee, which reported tho bill adversely, said the reason was that tho penalty wag too sovere, adding "tho penalty is fitted for tho crime and a log ia not of that of high order." Judge Heckuor reatorted "It may not bo with you bluegrass people, but it is with us mountain boys." Then ho explained that Bomo logs wer6 inoro valuable than two or three ordinary horses. horso-ctealiu- HUBBLE. Lulu Owaley opened achool Monday and tho prospect for her here Buccesa Is encouraging. Mr. Singleton, who moved to tho Owsley form boiiio days bark, has rented tho Givens land of B. W. Gviona and will move to it Boon. Mrs. Jamea Wllmot has a young turkey gobbler weighing 30 pound and a young hen weighing 17 pounds. Both were hatched in June. A big crowd and many candidates nro expected at Catherine lUackorby'a it. Bale next Tuesday. Mom Kirby, of LanTook a Receipt in Full. caster, will bo tho auctioneer. Tywalker Say, Baggie, what was all Tho wind blew down much fodder and tho tops oil" of many hay Btacks here that fuss about I heard that dog makSaturday. It also unroofed Mrs. Hnrris' ing at tho house back yonder? Itaggio Oh, I had n little circus with corn crib and Wm. Ilubblo's jack eta- a dog back there. b'e. The woman of the Dr. Ilerrin reports Mre.W. 1. Bourne house set the dog on me. vory sick with tho grip. Mr. Green, tho Tywalker Did ho do you any great now bhieksmith. has moved in. Misses damage? Bettio and Annio Spoonamoro are at Baggie Yes, ho tore tho seat of my homo from school on account of tho pants out. grip for a few days. Tywalker Well, what are you going to do about it? A TALE OF TWO LIVES. Baggie You bet youreweet lifo I paid her in full and took her receipt. Maiden fair, Golden hair, Tywalker How did you do that? Languid air. Buggio I gavo tlio dog ono of my Dudo red head, patent sausage makers a dynamite but Vows aro iinid, ton. All she a got to do is to kick the wed. And they dog, tho button does tho rest. She'll One year gone, thii.k the dog star has bursted and it's Baby bo'n, raining dogs. Colic on. Tack on lloor, Tywalker But how did you tike a reDudo ho awore, ceipt? Oaths galore. Baggie She had her Bussian blouso Solaco takes, out sunning nnd I scooped it in and will Whisky shakes, resent my pants with it when wo go into Green-eyesnakes; K. T. S., in Dallas camp yard cold, Grave Sandwich. Widow bold, ' Talo ia told. She ran upstairs ahead of me, -- E. T. S. To catch a Harlem train; No fault of mine that I should see "So you do admit that you feol better Her skirts raised from tho rain. for having gono to church?" "Yea." She ran upstairs an very fast "Was it tho music?" That I like any fellow Must see, aa round tho turn Bhepass-He- r "No." garter bows wore yellow, ed "ThoBormon, then?" oil two piuggeu "No! No! I worked "Where is tho little girl that took the nickalal'd had for six months." (Chica- part of littlo Eva when you played here go Inter Ocean. last season?" Manager Oh, she has a good, comfor car costs about A Wagner or Pullman yet thoro aro mon who, table placo in tho Old Ladies' Homo $15,000, and when they have paid $2 for a Beat In one, now. act na if they owned it all. If tho Judges in tho lynching districts would read the riot act to their grand Thero iB more religion in a loaf of juries like Judge Morrow did to tho bread to a hungry man than in a Whltloy county grand jury Monday, tho of religious literature Baltimoro number of mobs would beautifully World. Courier Journal. Miss d ht. John Bourno, aged 84, died near Ilubblo, of the grip. WILLIAMSBUnCJHITLEY COUHTY. Walter Jones fell at tho Academy while playing and broko his arm. Miss Gertrude Lester entertained a number of her young friends Thursday evening. Col.Thos. O'Mara is on tho Bick list. Dr. J. S. Coyt, of Barbourvilto wus here Inst week on business. Itev. Black, of Ohio, preached two very interesting sermons at tho Congregational church Sunday. Tho district meeting of tho Y. P. S. 0. R, will bo hold hero Feb. I) and 4, and we would bo glad to have visiting delegates from all our neighboring societies. James Bailey who had been tried twice for the murder of ttack Gordon and had had two hung juries, was discharged on motion of tho commonwealth's attorney last week. Tho property known as tho Nes-blAcademy was burned Saturday night. Mr. T. J. Mercer had converted it into a dwelling and was living in it. It is thought to bo tho work of an incendiary. Some pleadings prepared by Justice Miller, late of the U. S. court. wer on Mo which the court ani bar agreed for tho Filaon Club, of Iouiavllle, to withdraw by leaving n copy. Tho papers were filed in 18 1(3. -- Mrs. K. I). Perkins is very ill with pneumonia. Mr. II. A. WhiUett, of Pennsylvania, is hero visiting his brother, I;. P. Whitaett. Mr. K. T. Hulsey and Judge W. O. Havie, of Louiflville, were hero attending court this week. This county is considerably Btirrod up over the rape and hanging that took place Sunday. In addition to tho facta reported to you Monday wo cannot give many particular. Tho crime was done and tho negro hung. On Monday morning 'Squire Wm. Bains Bummonod a jury and held an inquest over the body and buried it near the placo where it was found hanging. Judge Morrow call ed in his grand jury and gavo them a very forcible instruction as to mobs and uemancicu uiai uiuy give tlio caeo a most thorough investigation aud told them if any member felt any prejudice in tho matter so he could not indict tho guilty parties he would excuse him and that he wanted no man to stay on that jury and perjure himself by failing to do his duty. It is tho general impression that they will return some indictment na tho msntiment in this county is very hard on mobs since they came so near hanging Len Tyo for murder when ho was evidently not guilty. It was a terrible crime and a like punishment ia due tho wretch but the juries of our county have the manhood enough to punish when tho ovidonco warrants tt preach there on tho third Sunday in each mouth. W. T. Durham went to Lawrence-bur- g Tuesday to see alter his stave business. CharleOIoWhorter who has been confined to his bed for several weokB with rheumatism is much improved. Mrs. J. U. Bussell is wrestling with an attack of the grip. John Dolk and family and W. K. Delk, his brother, will take tMo train Monday for Anna, Texas, where they will reside in the future. John T. and family started Wednesday for Indiana, where they propose to make their future home, If Peter Hampton wanted to be elected jailer he ought never to allowed his ugly picture to have appeared in the JnuitXAL last week. Pete is bb jolly, clever fellow as over lived, and if elected will make tho best jailer Lincoln ever had, but for pure unadulterated ugliness ho is not onlv entitled to tho cake but should have the whole bakery, along with n few barrels of Hour, and all necessary ingredients. Lin-thecu- m, Mr. mid Mrs. Wilford Dyo have gono to house keeping. He Knocks Out Mitchell ft Tho 3rd Round, Bov. M. A. Middieton preached nt Grove Sunday. He will continuo to And it Took Him Only Nino Minutes to do It. W. IE. FKBKINIS)o & Dealer in Oliver Chilled and Bucher Gibbs' Imperial Ml The Duvall Athletic Club necured an injunction restraining the sheriff from ll interfering with the fight and it was called at Jacksonville, Fla., at 2:20 o'clock yesterday. The city Double Shovel Plows, Plow Harness and was full of sport nnd tho betting was threo to ono on Corbett. The judge granted nu injunction because he could nd no law prohibiting bucIi fights. Gov. Mitchell was consequently knocked out I am the only authorized Agent in the East End of the county and had to recall his militia. Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. ffiI3cvare of the bogus repairs that Tiiiioi'oit the kindneps of Chief Train dispatcher W. F. Sheridan aud his clev- offered by different parties. er assistant, L. M. Westerfleld, who had a flptcial wire connected with the direct line to Jacksonville, wo nro enabled to give tho result of the fight for tho championship of the world, hours in advance of any paper in this section. Tho fight was of ehort duration, Corbett knocking out his man in the 3d round and doing it in nine minutes from tho time the fight That's what, and if you don't beleivc it sec our new assortment was called. Besides tho championship goods for 1894. Corbett gets $30,000. Corbitt-Mitche11 FIELD SEIEIDS- for are W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. of Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. Fully 20,000 people present. 2:10: A carrirgo has just t 23, 2 p. m. A Pleasing ty Wind-u- p or a i Successful JSes-sio- n or Miss Carter's School. Tho school nt McUormacks which baa been so Huccesflfully taught by Miss Mary D. Carter cloned a few days ago-I- t was an occasion of much interest to the pupils as they had been striving tor ed three prizes one of which had been by their teacher for attendance nnd punctuality, and Mr. A. W. Carpenter, a patron of tho school, ollered two otherH, one for tho best boy in Bchool and ono for tho best girl. Miss Carter, bf-fer- after un appropriate littlo address delivered tho first prizffl, a pretty writing-des- k filled with stationery to Lizzie McBee. Mr. Gtrpenter then took the vote of the school as to who were entitled to tho prizes ho had offered, nnd after making a very impressive talk awarded two handsomely bound books, "The Gospel Story," to Harry Hill, and "Tho Child'a Bible,' to Maud Carter. II. This is tho letter Wils Howard wrote to his uncle and brother in the Eddy-villKy., penitentiary a few days before ho was hung: Four Courts Jail, St. Louis, Mo., Wede, nesday night, Jauy. 17, 1S94. Jennings and Howard, Eddyville, Ky. Dear Uncle and Brother: This will be the last letter. I huvenot been taken away yet But I expect tho Sheriff in the morning. I have not had any death watch set on mo yet, as the law requires 43 hours before hanging. Berry went to Jell City I have not heard from him yet, But I seen in tho papers where the Governor refused to commute my sentence and Bays I hang Friday. So by the time you get thia I will be no more. I will make those allidavits for you tomorrow aud send you in due form. Boys it is hnrd to have to dio for a crime one did not commit as you know I am certainly innocent of this murder. But if you live to get out, which I think you will, I do not want you Boys to go to getting in more trouble looking for revenge; it ia useless, aud then it would not bring mo back. Go some place where you can live a quiet life and bo nt peace with all. Most fellows will Boon look up new enemies to figtit with bo for God's nuke keep an ay from them aud Well, lead an honest and upright life. n long letter is useless and nothing I could s.iy would bo of any benefit to to either of us, bo I will close forever, wishing and hoping to meet you both in the happy land of rest where all is peace. Furewell forever. Wilson B. IIowahi). been driven up and the excitement is at fever heat. When it was known that it was Corbett tiie spectators arose as one mnn, greeted Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Bronzes, Spectacles and anyhim with tumultuous applause ns he thing and everything in the Jewelry line at stepped on the platform nndshookhnnda witli Billy Madden. 2:20: Putting on glovea. Corbett and Mitchell shake hands. 2:27: They aro nt it now. STANFORD, KY. Following is the fight by rounde: 1st Bound: Dancing around. Corbett leads with left on Mitchell's chin. They clinch and exchange body blows and Jim reaches Charley's left eye. Another exchange and Mitchell clinches. Mitchell geta in on Corbett'a neck, and The year past has been to us all a stringent one in money matters Jim lands right just as timo was called. Mitchell landed a good body blow. Hon- and for that reason I have been very lenient toward those whose acNow ors eveu in first rounJ. It looks like it counts were due in July. was going to be a wicked fight. 2d. A wild exchange and a clinch, Corbett'a upper cuta his man as they como together. Mitchell lands a hard money to loan and I urge those who owe on ribs and as Mitchell came in Jim Banks and individuals have come and settle at once. I need the money, it is due me and caught him on the head, staggering him. me to Corbett's upper cuts Mitchell again and I want it. lands with right on Charley's ribs, Mitchell reaching Corbett's chin. Sharp rally and Corbett floors his man cleverly To my customers for their patronage of the past and hope to ever and knocked him down as ho essayed to merit vour confidence. rise. Time saves Mitchell. 3d. Mitchell rather groggy. Corbett rushes nt him, swings right and left henvy on Mitchell's neck. Charley goes down. Ho takes full time to rise. Corbett rushes nt him like a tiger. Mitchell clinches, Corbett throws him off and floors him with a stiff facer, when ho toward Corbett tho latter swings his right with deadly effect on Charles' nose. Mitchell reels and falls on his faco helpless. Tho refereo counts 10, "final." Mitchell is knocked out tho refereo de clared. Corbett winner of tho match nnd champion of the World. Largest Stock. - Lowest Prices. 9 Danks', the Jeweler, TIMES I : ARE : EASIER, AM VERY GRATEFUL H. J. McROBERTS. DANyiTLirBOYLrcOUNTY. (Advocate.) Samuel Hatter, an aged citizen, died Tuesday night. Mrs. J.- W. Irvine has sold to J. A. Shuttleworth three fancy Jersey heifers, price f 150. John and Homer Bauglunnn sold Gtnbry it Fox sixteen shoals, 100 pounda average, at $4.)0, Miss Sarah C. Veal and It. L. Oelz, a young attorney of Cloverport, were married Wednesday. Au entertaiument will bo given at tho Opera House, Feb. 1st, proceeds to go to tho Library Fund of tho Christian church. The jury in the case of Georgo CarDrake I have bad news for you, old penter, colored, against the L. & N. for man. damages received by being knocked Willia Heavens I What ia it? from a hand-ca- r gavo tho plaintiff $300. Drake Your wife has left you. The suit of J. O. Johnson against Willis Is that all? I thought the the Cincinnati Southern railroad for $250 cook might have left. damages, for delay in handling a car load of cattle, was decided in favor of tho Many stubborn and aggravating cases of that were believed to be incurable and ac- road, on peremptory instructions, the tescepted as life legacies, have yielded to Chamber Iain's Pain llalm, much to the surprise and grat- timony failing to prove negligence upon ification ol the sufferers. One application will tho part of the road. relieve the pain and suffering and its continued B. G. For & Co's. sale of horaea use insures an effectual cure. Kor sale by Dr. S. G. Mocker. in 31 head of ordinary stock A Quartor Century Tout. bnngiug an average of $100.75. M. San- For a quarter ol a century Dr. King's New Discovery has been tested and the millions who have dridge got a sorrel gelding for $182.50; rheu-matum re-aul- ted Gold, Silver and of Drugs and Medi Plated Ware at cine , &c. Prescrip lowest prices. Attention promptly tions a Specialty. given to repairs. o-.a., ir,- o DRUGGIST A JEWELSB. A Complete line1 Watches, Clocks, to rsisrisrir. e MeRoberts' Drug Store, Opposite Court-Hous- A ODMFIjIITE OF 8 TOOK accu- DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions Give him a Call. rately Compounded. W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ABOUT received benefit from its use testily to Its wonder M. B. Eubanks, an Abdallnu-Vermon- t; ful curative powers in au aiseasesot me inroat, Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the mare for 110 and P. W. Green, a Clevo test so long and that has clven so umersal satis- iand-Blac- k Squirrel gelding for $147.50. faction is no experiment. Kach bottle is positively guaranteed loive relief or the money will be So far aa reported the jack stock had avrelunded. It is admitted to be tho most reliable M. S. Baughman bought a for Coughs aud Cutds. Trial bottles free at A. U. eraged $420. Penny's drug store. Large size joe amlji. for $500 and a The Vulcan Chilled Plows car-loa- d had a Severe Kidney trouble fer many years, with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. Me tried many so called ItidneX cures but without any eood result. About Irrojjularlty. a year ago he began outers and There ( a good reason for the popularity of found relief at once use ol Electric is especially t Then It' easily and Chamberlain t Cough Kerned y. uavis (i II zanl, adapted to cure of all Klectric Illtters I. that what troublet f)r. Pierce'. Pleasant Kidnev and Liver troubles by nromntly romedio.1 It of West Monterey, Ularion "y They rcsulate the ty.tem perfectly, lake has cured people that oui physicians could do and ulten gives almost instant relief. One trial laxative or corrective; three for a nothing tor. We pursuaded them to try a bottle will prove our statement. Price only 50c, tor one.,0.b if..i ...iT.r ,Irom constipation. Indl- - ot Chamberlain's Couuh Remedy and they now large bottles. At A. R Penny's Drug Store. -. . catnanic. headaches. ..---- - ,,ninil, tillinUH MUUIK. , reciinniend it with the rest of us-aj and jo K .tlnn Vut derangementof the llyer, Momacb or Dow-- - ceut boitlea Tor solo by Or. S. G. Ilocker. or perma. .i incsa aitiiu - . -ir. and. wraicninir . !, .j - ,i. irr in.imi ui Bt.wwM..ta Carlton Cornwell, foreman of tho Oazette. JL ...... m with violence, like the ordinary pills, N. J., believet that Chamberlain's Cough easy ana natural way. perfectly IV. in vi Itemedy should be In ThWth".mle.t, tne ...WtoUk. and the a cold and it eftecUd every home. Heu.edit lur When Haby was sick, we gave her Custorl. a speedy cure. He says," It When tdio was a Child, she cried for CAStorla. g'Ve cheaVct.fhev'reFu"an,eel is indeed a grand remedy, I can recommend it or jour money tlon, to all. I have alto seen it used for whooplngcough When she became 31 Us, ah s clung to Castori. with th best results.' aj and 50 cent bottles for - ' When she had Children, she gpvethem Caatoria. Ihecleanilnij, antnimc and healing Qualities sale by Dr. S. G. Mocker. are une'lua'd' of Dr. MK' CaWrrh Kmea lea-Bo--." n, 50 and Joah Jones, a A scurvy "joke" was Mr. Fred Miller ol Irving. Ill, writes that he It May Do na Muc f0r you. "l yearling for 92 for $401. attempted by some unknown parties in Danville last week, when a proposition for the Cor- fight was sent to the Cin cinnati linquirer, offering $20,000 for the battle to occur in Danville, and signing tho names of two prominent ministers and a physician to the offer. The article was sent anonymously, and not by the paper's correspondent. It was a contemptible trick, nnd tho perpetrators of it should be severely punished, if found out. bett-Mitch- - v-. -- ' iUuu."jS3"k 4 ii "wisirui. Every one fully guaranteed, Oliver Chil'ed Plow Extras at Reduced Prices. Iron oro will be free also. I "W. H. WEAKEN & CO. y., ., jtSs ,f J' TBSf t " i& 1? "vTWtw i r MMMWM Err - BUHBHHBBVHBlllllllHBflBllllH a?TT'7?a 4 TM11lnniiiiirmiMi UHJM1IH1UP.W I MM r ns7."rvgru-i- . .7j'7'f"T'V' Tf5 T r I1"!1! "Vi'V1 ''- - iHia tlTTIlMl i t K i W 'A" "vil"H'J"'"1"l'p"' : 'M "V " -- "l"wl " y "! "fwfaiKii' tigyitMfaii'riti Tiu Jjl' "1"tt1''Cj'1f'ylf''p?l!iy'V'PB-- Semi-Week- ly Stanford, W. ion meeting Sunday night at the Baptist sufferers. church. e At Louisvillo John Shibley, a Expectations were more than realized last Tho Busy World saya that "Yalo trimmer, committed Buioido by week. Transported customers become adhaimadoa gain of 213 students over A rope was jumping into tho canal. vertisers among their neighbors. There was IB'SXID.A.'S'. for a gradual thrown to him, but he shoved It nway. last year's total, and tho future of foot Thr Wilson bill provides a growing interest all last week with pros ball looks bright." repeal of the sugar bounty clauso of the Ho drowned himself becauso he was unMr. Lewis Walker has taken tho po- pects of an intensified feeling for this. TriBoutellk continues to go into convul- McKinley bill, which will this year tako able to seenre employment. sition of solicitor nnd local editor of the ces have been reduced to the lowest point sions every tirao the llawnian question $15,000,000 out of tho treasury, with litThe sugar bounty provision of tho Ho ia an excellent reached for years, which means much lower is mentioned in Congress. He is the spe- tle warrant or excuse, but the House Wilson Tariff Bill was abolish'ed by the Central Record. young gentleman and thoroughly quali- than can be found any where else. It will cial representative of Minietor Stovene, voted Tuesday to repeal it at once nnd National ilouao Tuesday, tho vote pay you to buy for both immediate and fuvrho was no doubt well paid (or making make tho raw material free. It also vot- standing yeas 135, nays 69, and tho fied for tho place. Daniel Webster, wheu making n po- ture use. Read the following items they the revolution possible in Hawaii, with ed to make coal free. Tho tendency of amendment adopted being that offered litical speech, wad asked, "What about will show you how we slaughter. the U. S. forces, which havo no right to this country is towards freo trado and wo by Mr. Mcllae, of Arknnsas. tho public debt?'' "The public debt" land on a foreign shore, except to pro are surely, if slowly, getting thero. There was animated discission in said Mr. Webster "How much is it? Let tect Americans. The last exhibition of tho Senate over a resolution declaring it mo know and I will pay it oil1. Fuom tho number of bills to regulate nuisance was of tho roaring, ringed-tai- l to be unwiso and inexpedient to considTho uniform rank, Knights of Phy- and harass railroads that havo been pr n such a character that the sergeant-at-arni- s er the project of annexing the Hawaiian linos, is drilling every week, preparing besented in the Legislature, some of its had to awe him with the luaco territory to the United States. No ac to go to tho national Ladies' Dong. Shoes, plain and patent leathencampiunt at fore his beligerency could bo Bubdued. members, at least, are anxious for a rail- tion was taken on tho resolution. Washington in August. This order has er tips, heels and spring heels, 90c. . worth It is wonderful what a soothing ellVct road lobby to como and stay with them. Tho now engineering laboratory of Kxtra quality of ladies kid shoes, JS1.50. the mace, or as it is more irrevelantly Thoy evidently begin to feel a need of Pavilion Hall, Perdue University, Lafay- work at nearly every meeting and is common sense and opera toe, worth $3.50, called, the goose, has upon obstreperous such stimulants as freo whisky and freo ette, Ind., just completed nnd delivered growing with wonderful rapidity. The pensioners next regular "draw will be offered this week for $1.50. Men's members. It has rarely ever to be used, cigars, not to say something of a leso to Gov. Matthews for tho State and dediday," tho 4th, comes on Sunday, and fine shoes, Goodyear welt, worth $., will be most men being willing to submit to tho evanescent nature. last Friday, was destroyed by thoy will havo to execute their vouchers cated only rulings of tho Speaker. Our John D. sold this week for $2. Men's plow shoes, Some fool has presented a bill to the tiro Tuesday night, at a loss of S1S0.0O0. on Monday tho 5th. If Bigncd and "White, it will be remombered, made a 75c, worth $1.50. Robt. J. Jewel, of Elk Crook, is tho sworn to before that date, thoy will be spectacular exhibition of himself and Legislature to give the railroad companoldest postmaster in tho State, having returned by the agent at Louisville. had it held up before him, when he qui- ies the power to fix freight rates. Thero is always some idiot ready to follow any held since 1S513. He served under BuchThe able, eloquent and fearless etly went into his nolo and drew it in suggestion no matter how impracticable anan, Lincoln, Johnson, Grant, Hayes, charge to the Whitley county grand ju after him. Garfield, Arthur, Cleveland and Harri- ry by Judge Thomas 'A. Morrow, in re it may be. Hoys' Overcoats S 1, worth $2; $2.50 coat Gov. McOkbary, chairman of tho comson and is now serving under Cleveland. gard to mobs, eminently deserves the cut 51.50. $3 coat cut to $2; $$ coat cut to NEWSY NOTES. mittee on foreign affairs, has introduced The penitentiary at Frankfort is said commendation of every good citizen of a resolution defining the attitudo of Con. to bo too small for its present and con tho Commonwealth. It comes at tho $3.50. All other coats for men and boys cut in the Thero are GS.S00 Warden right time and will havo its effect, not in proportion. gress towards Hawaii, which should bo United States. stantly growing population. tho addition to tho only in Whitley, but in overy county in the sentiment of every patriotic AmeriCloverport pays its Mayor a salary George recommends inclosuro of six acres of lnnd adjoining tho State. can. It condemns tho action of Minis of one dollar per month. tho institution and belonging to the ter Stevens in employing tho U. S. naval For the "beautiful snow" 'and tho Hon. C. II. Buhl, the wealthiest citState. ferces, contrary to tho traditions of our izen of Detroit, Mich., is dead. change in the weather, let us all givo Men's suits $2 50, worth $5- - An nil wool Republic and spirit of the constitution, The properties of tho Sheffield (Ala.) thanks. It will doubtless savo the fruit Cash Clay, Jr., has publicly announsuit cut from $S to $5. j?iS, 16, 15 and .I2 embrac- nnd protect the whent, insuring good and illegally aiding tho overthrow of ced that he will bo a candidate for gov- Land, Coal and Iron Company, suits can be bought now at $12.50. 10, 9 ing large tracks of mineral lands, were crops of every kind. It is said that an the constituted government of Hawaii, ernor next time. and S7.50. nnd approves of the principle announcsold at auction to J. II. Noble, for excellent way to keep the fruit trees After a trial of 15 years, local option ed by the prdsident of This was another of tho boom com from budding prematurely and boint; was knocked out in Louisa, Ky., by a in the domestic affairs of an independ- majority of 15. panies which had a capital of a million killed by the frost is to pile up tho snow ent nation. Tho annexation of the isS. Vimont, aged 95, tho oldest or more. in heaps around the roots. And now Our line of Dry Goods, Carpets, Mattings, Trunks and Valises are all John lands to tho U. S. or tho establishment and wealthiest citizen of Millersburg, is J. S. Johnson'skated n qunrter of n it is hoped we may say "good bye" to all marked down to Rock Uottom prices. Give of a protectorate over them, is both un- dead. Ho leaves ono child. milo on Lake Mendota, Wis., in 31 J tho grip, with an ardent prayer that to us a call and be convinced. called for and inexpedient and tho seconds, flying start, thus beating pestiferous a diseano may nnver return. Tho Owen XewB has espoused the people of that country should be per- cause of Congressman Breckinridge record of 35 seconds, standing It ia very much regretted that Mr. mitted to pursue their own line of poli- against its countyman. Hon. Evan Settle. start. The difference in starts leaves Hart in his bill for tho protection of cy, and their political affairs should cot John Carson, of Bristol, Penn., Johnson's time lj Beconds better than birds has omitted tho blue jay, tho tombo regarded by tho U. S. This ought to went to bed with a lighted pipe in his Donohue's. tit, the wren and the napsucker. True, cover tho question and settle it now and mouth, feli asleep and burned to death. The steamer Normannia, which sail these birds are somewhat scarce, but K"2"., finally. William Reeder, aged 24, was Bhot ed from New York last Thursday for they aro entitled to as much as Genoa, encountered a terrific gale and tho swallow and woodpecker. Provision Mn. Becknkr, of Clark, continues to and killed at Barbourvillo by Policeman A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor wave 750 miles out and was com- ought to bo mado for tho wholesale deprove that his parents gave him the James Bowman, while resisting arrest tidal T. D. RAN BY, Manager. pelled to return to port. The damages struction of tho English sparrow that right name when they dubbed him for disorderly conduct. The cold wave covers the country will amount to $75,000 or $100,000, $50,- has become as great n nuisance as the "Bill." It's a cold day when he hasn't H. II. KING. GEORGK II. I'KUWITT. 000 worth of tobacco being ruined. ant and potato bug. Tho tronhle, how several bills to present to the House and from tho Northwest to Florida. The Ten thousand men, usually employ- ever, is not so much in the passage of and if ho doesn't mind, he'll soon be re- mercury is 40 to 50 below zero in ed in the canning houses nnd other laws ni in their enforcement. Thero is garded as great a nuisance as the "late" points in the Northwest. branches of tho oyster business of Bal- a certain class that havo no respect for Grant Rico and John Davis, young Tom Pettit. Among Bill Beckner'a lat MORELAND, KY.. of work, and the any law that interferes with their incliest budget of bills is one to provide for a men of respectable parentage, havo been timore, aro now out Wc have opened up a nice line ol prico of oysters has declined to 45 cents nations, and when they waut to hunt commission to select a site for the capi- arrested for robbing tbo express office at and lower a bushel. This time a year they do not hesitate to do so, law or no tal buildings at Frankfort and get up Wasioln, Bell county, of $200. ago tho prico ranged at over $2 a bushel. law, and take tho chances as to prosecuuryce btewart, tho wealthiest man plans and specifications for them. Of Two weeks ago Jack Rogers, a very tion andlpunishment. the numbor named for tho commission in Middle Tennessee, died at Clarksville. wealthy but eccentric farmer of Mercer, Before tho war ho was the most extenare Govs. Bucknor, Knott audi Hind-maTho races wore postponed at Hot Wc are daily receiving our Fall Goods, which wc arc marking having no confidence in banks, placed Henry Watterson and Col. W. O. sive tobacco dealer in the South. Springs, Ark., owing to the fact that tho down lower than ever. The attempt in the House of Ken $i,000 in a barrel of shelled corn in his Bradley, and they are to receive $5 a Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. Wc will save you tucky General Aesembly to repeal' the barn. Tuesday on visiting the barn ho people could not reach tho club grounds, day when uctually engaged. separate coach law was defeated by a almost became distracted when ho dis- the enrs being stopped by half an inch of money. covered that some one had taken his frozen sleet on the tracks. to sixty-one- . Senator Dyciik dots not seem to vote of twenty-twarc openingjup a splendid line of Fali;Millincry. Tho president, cashier and chief wealth. ld know that the severer tho penalty the Lawrence Thomp Wc have for sale 2. broke mules 4 years old. They have pretty bold thieves in clerk of the New Farmers Bank at Mt. harder it is to inflict it. The law against son, of Milton, Ind., shot himself through carrying concealed weapons is suflicent-l- y the head while asleep. He died nlinost Paris. A couple of negroes broke open Sterling havo been indicted for receiving deposits after they knew the bank KZLTO a car load of hogs and had gotten two severe. The only trouble is that tho instantly. Thompson was a somnambuIt broke during tho discovered by tho night watch- was insolvent. court a do not inflict tho punishment. If list. out when a man is convicted of tho offense and Fifty convicts escaped from the man. They ran, but returned and Bhot panic. Thomas Piatt, of Knox county, has the money to pay tho fine the im- stocKaue at uoal LreeK, lenn., by craw- him, afterwards taking the hogs away. a minnio ball in one of his legs at The next day they wero found in the prisonment part of the sentence is al- ling through a water gate. Some and the thieves tho battle of Shiio in 1S03 and up till n ways suspended and that ia tho last of shot or captured, but many are house of ono of them (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn,) few days ago it gave him no trouble. It arrested. it. To make the penalty six months in still at largo. A dispatch says that Gillis Johnson, began to bother him then nnd it was the penitentiary, as Mr. Dyche proposes, Notwithstanding tho hard times of Bob Marler to be hung necessary to extract it. would result in the entire evasion of the the Chesapeake & Ohio is booming brother-in-lalaw which would only be applied in cas- right along. Its earnings so far this at Pineville February 9, had a number of Chappie There's ono thing about Miss es where the defendant is too poor to month have been $50,015 over the samo Winchesters shipped to him at Roost. Findo's new house I don't like, Ho has threatened to rescue Marlrr. Ho hire lawyers or suborn testimony. lime last year. Sappio What's that? Saddles, Harness, I lay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year is the leader of a gang of outlaws, and The Hon. Will T. Cox, of Bowling Chappio Her father. and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. The president has sent in an other ob- Green, one of the ablest and most prom tho authorities aro fearful an attack will The pretty young Indy jectionable nomination for associate jus- inent young attorneys in the State, died bo made on the jail. May choose her own man, There aro giants even in this days. tice, according to Senator Hill and oth- at Ocala, Fla., where he had been severBut maids old and shady Boss Skoggs, of Lawrence county, is 32 ers. This time it is charged that the ap- al months for his health. MuBt catch tin catch cnn. Hcforc you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than Near Greensburg, Beven persons years eld and is G feet 9 inches in height, pointee, W. II. Peckham, is a mugthe cheapest. Saxiiy'b Queriiy to Inokksom.. This wump, who rarely votes for tho demo- were bitten by a cat afflicted with hy- girts 5 feet G inches around tho waist, 30 W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. song (words and music regular cratic ticket. If this is so it may be well drophobia. Among those bitten was C. inches around tho thigh, 24 inches beautiful sheet music size) will be mailed to anyenough to let him go keep company P. Fagg, who died in great agony after around tho arm and 19 inches around one enclosing 5c in stamps to D. G. with Hornblower. the neck. It requires 9 yards of jeans suffering all tho horrors of rabies. General Passenger Agent, O. II.. Over 100 buildings in Oak Cliff, Dal- to make him a coat and G yards to make & D. K. K Cincinnati, Ohio. When Senator Berry said in the dis las, Dallas and East Dallas, Texas, wero him a pair of pants. enssion of the civil service law that it destroyed by a cyclone. One boy The town of Fort Payne, Ala., has was OFwas a regular party machine, which had killed and gone the way of other boom properties, Items of Interest from all over several people injured. Tho been used to keep the republicans in damage is estimated being sold to E. N. Cullom, a Birmingtho State. at about $100,000. office, ho expressed the sentiments of John L. Sullivan Bays that Corbett ham capitalist, for the sum of $00,000. My wire had been helpless with rheumatism for of the democrats of the counwill win tho fight with Mitchell. He al- The purchaser assumed a mortgage of several weeks and confined to her bed. In leu try. The law is a delusion and a snaro so states $3(30,000. Tho property includes 30,000 than one week after tiling the Klectropoise the that ho will challengo tho winwai able to be out and go to cr urch. to the boys in tho trenches. ner for tho largest purse ever offered by acres of mineral lands, rolling mill, furJ. II. Hayes, Owensboro, Ky. Since using any club and for the World's champion naces, etc., said to havo cost New En yeara youngor.the Electropoise I feel at leait ao O. W. Flint, Skylight, Ky. The House evidently thinks that Augland capitalists several million dollars. ship, believe the Klectropoiie to be the greatest in. ditor Norman is a better judge of tho sitvenUon of the ag. Miss Mattie McNary, L. N. Odell, an aeronaut, attempted In tho Campbell County Court at Greenville, Ky uation than Got. Brown. The one said to descend from n balloon by a parachute Newport, the United States Trust ComThe Electropolte has riven perfect satistactkn that the Stato rate tax could not be re- at the other rhoumatism, Washington, N. 0., but it failed to pany filed a mortgago of $7,500,000 to tho in both case!, one neuralgiaperfectly wonderlul. and the results have been duced without producing a deficit, the t It fI . Uirh.Pil j. Wlia an .'...u.tumi, - .. work and ho was dashed 300 feet to tho Now York Trust Company, covering all y. Is the only one authorized to sell Oliver Chilled Plow Repairs .w..M other that it could. The bill to reduce in 1 hanls it has done earth, mangling him beyond recogni tho assets of tho National Cordage Com- lor me andto the Klcctrcpoise for what indigestion Stanford. my family, it lias cured was refused a second read it to 40 cents tion. pany. The mortgago was filed to securo and liver troubles, besides giving almost immediing. W. W. Willctt Declaring that he does not stand money borrowed by the United States ate relitf for toothache. Carlisle, Kr. I published a card stig- with Senators Georgo and Walthall in Trust Company, received for the Cor- my have used the Electropoise in my family from Jehu Baker has 13 years old dewn to the baby matizing the statement of Breckinridge their course regarding tho Bilver bill, dage Company, from tho Now York one year old with the happiest results in all cases. Several of mv neighbors have them and are wlt that the seat of William R. Morrison was Gov. Stone, of Mississippi, has with- Trust Company. pleased. Everybody should have ono. P. M. Callahan, Verona, Ky. taken from him by bribery as abaso and drawn from tho race for United States Tho nomination by Presidont CleveDeal ers in- To me the work ol the Electropoise Is a mystunmitigated lie. So it seems that tho Senator. land of Wheeler H. Peckhan, of New eryalmost a miracle. Kev. J, I. Rodgers, Danville, Ky. The full ways and means committee York, to bo Aosociato Justice of the silver tongued is likely to have a fight, cured The and already heavy load of a $50,000 haa voted to report tho internal revenue opposed in tho kidney Electropoise hasYocum, me of aithmaKy. with his bench, will be I, trouble. Taylorsvllle, I am wonderfully pleased with the Electropoise bill including the income tax. The vote Senate by Mr. Hill and other democratdamage suit for seduction. anu wuuiu ud wuuuui lur any consiueralion was 9 to;6. All the republicans and ic Senators, who criticize and condemn ik uas uoue nutworm ui guouitlor mo aireaay. a Mrs. Jonathan Held, Knob Lick, Ky. The Frankfort Capital has a now head Messrs. Cochran and Stevens voted In tho selection. The objections urged Money could not buy the Electropoise from me. which is a big improvement on the cum- the negative. against Mr. Peckham aro that ho is not It has given my wife wonderful relief from rhcu' C. W. Wright, Campbellsville, Ky. bersome old concern that formerly took Leslie Combs, of Fayette, had 370 a democrat and haa voted against the matisui. I wonder of np nearly half of the first page. The pa- acres of tobacco last year, but raised.'on" regular democratic ticket in New York 19th regard the Electropoise as thenot yet well,the century. My wife, though u has haa for 15 per baa long needed a new head, but ly a medium crop, something like 50,000 during the past ten yeara. It is Baid the bettera than she sufferer beenconfinedyears, having been constant and to her bed its editor does not. He needs new hair pounds. Tho first hogshead ho sold republican Senators will be for him, and with little prospects of ever being out, but is now only, but be needs it like the man need brought $19 per hundred and tho crop it is thought tho nomination will bo con- up ana about, it. is. vycouward, nardy vlllt, Ky Address DuRols & Webb, Norton Block, corner ed a piatol in Texas. I will average $10. Fourth and Jefferson Sts., Louisville, Ky. firmed. Call and Examine their Stopk. 6 OB 8 PAGES. EVBBT mobs In a special charge to tho grand jury at "Williamsburg, and when it is that ho himself has felt their Kv., Januaky 26, 1894 cowardly and menacing clamor it is not surprising that ho loathes and despises them, as does every law living citizen. P. WALTON. Tho curso of tho South is tho frequent resort to such means of punishing crime, which makes criminals ol all who take part in it: Interior Journal Judge Morrow cave his opinion of Mr. Odo Shugara has takon cargo as $73,000,000. manager of Stormes' furniture store. This is n sad time for tho unemployA very largo itowiI attended county ed. Insufficient clothing and food do court Monday but business was rather not mate well with zero weather and no dull. coal. It is well to know that everyEld. Go wan will preach at tho unthing possible is being done to help tho enr-riag- Mr. Carlislo says that tho deficit in tho revenuo this year will amount to LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Gome With Gash. OVERCOATS. Men's Suits. BJSAD THIS. po6t-oiHc- $:5,-00- 0. Don-ohue- 's LOUISVILLE : STORE, STASTFOHD, KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods Dry Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, n, o 53f-- Eleven-year-o- Corn Wanted. & PBEWITT. re-cei- few-wer- e Di K. WEAREN, w Dealer iii Carriages, "Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, Get His Prices s, -- nine-tenth- s Bogus Oliver Chilled Flow Repairs 1 ...., J. K. VANARSDALE, I- ::::: mctlier-ln-la- FARRIS & HARDIN, -- Su-me- Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware Queensware, Glassware, Harness, &c. Plows, Wagons, Harrows .ii , tf-i- , 4ta.a 'i. 4 ..jaaA. fMtpW4" -- nr .,w.,...,.tmr. "r't'VviafrmHpfr.'M.tn' i w 'i'f (f "T-- - '"Wf - l.'WA"wi'fi!wriiiiw wyr""'" mj vyjjftjjpt' V rWi"Hi!.j,- - Semi-Week- ly Julia Yaorii, Ib tho name of h wee' MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. littlo body who has blessed tho union of Tho board of supervisors of tax list Fikld seeds nt W. II. Wearen & Co.is Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Short, of Louisvillo. found $:i5,053 of property ondtted from Mrs. Short was Miss Julia Yagor and is STANFORD, Ky., UANHAHY 26, 1894 at the lowest cash prices. pleasantly remembered by her many assessor's list. Mrs. Burk, who was bo badly friends horo. Bank Stock koii Salk. Twenty-fou- r " wounded, 10 days since, is yet in a preE. C. Walton, Business Manager Bhareaof stock in tho First Nation! As this is the dead season for advert- carious condition. Uauk of Stanford for salo privately,.' 8. U10 extra pages that wo have Messrs. Shafer and Walters, of P. and I). It. Stagg, executors QLt.Ltaniol ising,' been Bonding out for so long a timo aro Jamestown, N. Y., aro hero with a viow MEANS BUSINESS. Stagg.dec'd. not now necessary, so wo omit thorn till to locating a stave factory. your school books nml school aup- Urn More interest is beine manifested Foil Salk on Kknt. My desirable further notice, as their expense Is con plica of all kinds at A. II. Penny's. In schools hero than for years. Four clockB nml jowolry repaired property on tho corner of Main and Mill. siderable. Watciirs, aro in session now in this place. and warranted. KiiKraviiiK u npccinlty, Streets and adjoining Mrs. Mollio Wray 'a We call especial attention to our lino at A.K. Penny's. Tho now public well in Williams' Will give a bargain in either enso. Mrs. of dreps goods, reduced from GOc. to 2ic. addition has been sunk to a depth of 20 TiiularKoflt ntock of Drui, Mi'diclneri, Mary Mntheny. and our lino of hats at prime cost. Our Perfumery, I'uintH and Wnil Paper at feet, where a fine stream was found. A. 11. Penny's. Preaeriptloim a specialNoTiiiMi is more disagreeable than to gents S3 GO shoo reduced to $2.50. Wo bavo received n copy of tbo 1). it J. B. Coreets. ty. our P. Bhako tho Bweaty, clammy ban of a Konx County hows edited by Mr. Y. G. man or woman. Those who bavo such Hughes it Tate. PERSONAL POINTS.' Freeman. If bo continues in the line bands should bathe them in n hot infusho has Btarted out on ho should succeed. M ATM M0WALMOTTERS. Mrs. II. 0. Hui'i.KV Is visithiK relatives ion of white oak brk several times daiA few years sinco a detective spotat Shelby City, Arch Itagland a lovo sick youth of ted Editor ly, and thus rid themselves of tho an Smith, of tho Signal, for Wils Mich Noiia Piiii.ii-- went to Niutiolas noying iliseaso. 18, who lived in Clark, shot 'himself Howard and was on the point of taking villo yesterday. through tho heart because his father him when some ono told him of his erH1.KD601: Haii.kv has entered Garrard Tin: imgilists, Corbutt Hubbard and would not let him marry. ror. College at Lancaster. Mitchell Carson should have been perIJuv. Georgo Baker, pastor of tho When Willis French left here for JfmtB G. W. McCluiik, of ML Vernon, mitted to have fought to n finish. They Baptist church nt Jellico, and known in are no kin and a sensation of sonio kind this section, where ho preaches occasion- tho West in lSOo via tbo Nicholasville was hero Wednesday. Attohnky Goorijo K. Stone, of Liberty, would relievo tho town of an accumula- ally, was marriod on Wednesday to Mies stage linu his fare to St. Louis was $15 Tho faro ho paid from this place to the tion of dreary dullness that prevails al- Mario Smith, of Nowcoinb. Tonn. was hero Wednesday. above point yesterday on his return Mr. J. II. Sowdkkh made a business most to stagnation. Tho announcement of tho engage- Weat waa SI 1.87. trip to London this week. n D11. J. F. Pkyto.v, assisted by Dr. J. ment of Miss Anna Gould to W. S. Conductor Tom Adams ia home for Mil. It. 0. Waiuikn weft to Lebanon baa boon made. Tho prospective a few days. Mr. G. Carpenter, of this place, and tho loJames Itobison, of on business this week. Junction cal doctors, performed tho operation of bride is n daughter of he late Wizard of was hero Tuesday. This is Mils. T. A. Hick wont to Louisville ovariotomy on Mrs. J. K. .McClary nt her Wall street and has SJ,000,000 in her not his first trip hero either. W. A. Wednesday to visit her husband. own right, Parsley the "hat man" and D M. s Mia. Hi:ttik Oaliiwkll 1b visiting her home at Mt. Vernon, Monday evening mid removed a tumor weighing 55 tbo "shoo man," of Tujlor, was ImWcjjTftairs. Corhiu. niece. Mrs. Julia Hardin, at pounds. Tho patient was resting easy at with ns Wednesday. Miia. Tkiikv, widow of the late O. W. Itov. W. K. Arnold will preach Sunlust accounts and bids faro to get well. Dr. Peyton assisted by Drs. Lovell, Terry, Is visiting MIbs Mollio Uaugherty. day morning on tho Perpetuation and Carpenter, ... J. M. Williams, J. J. and E. W. P. MiClahv is back from Mt. VerTwo of our oldest citizens, whoso minds Extension of tho Revival Work, and J. Brown successfully performed tho opnon, where he has been to see a sick Bould run on eternal, rather than asks all f the members to bo present. eration of ovariotomy upon Mrs. J. K. earthly things, engaged in a dispute on Feb. 1th is Christian Endeavor day Nancy Wkajikx and Annio tho Lb rill question the other day and throiU'Mout the world. Tho society is McClary, Monday morning, removing a Mksiumcs tumor weighing 15 pounds or mere. The n. James and children have gone to grew ho hot mid personal in their now l;t years old and numbers 2S.7I1 sopatient ia getting along that they came very near "com- cieties, and 1,72 1,'KH) members, and is a prospect of recovery. nicely with every The patient's forM ihh Jknnik Paynk, of Crab Orchard, ing together" In aCorbett-Mitchestylo. power, startling and wondeiful in its re- titude under tho trying ordeal waa moet Jos- Friends Interfered, has been timeliest of her uncle, Mr. however, and trouble sults for good. remarkable. Everybody is hoping for eph Severance. was thus nvertud. Squire E. B. Caldwell, Jr., writes us the speedy recovery of this noble woMibse.1 Mom.ii? Doi.li.vh ' and Lucy that Eld. J. 0. Perkins has located at man. Fi.i:i. A dispatch says that Prof. U. Waynesburg and is holding a Miadoun, of Konierset, are gueht of Mr. protracted W. M. McGuffoy has moved to F. lllakeman was forced to llee from ElD. A. Twaddle, at Rowland. meeting there, which bad resulted in 43 Miss Maggie Spradlin is getting liott Institute, at Kirksvillo, by tho in- additions to the 21th. Tho crowds are W. Maik Kli.iott, of Lancaster, pass way to dignant citizens because ho discharged large aud a wide spread interest is man- up a class in German. Mr. W. F ed through hero Tuesday on his of your place, was bore with his IOiiisvillo where ho will enter the Ken- his music teacher and mistreated bar in ifested. cousin, J. K. McClary. Capt. Evans, the settlement. A great many men tako tucky School of Medicine. Tho N. Y. Sun says that it baa been Mil. J. It. Kihii writes from Wllliamf advantage of unsuspecting women in discovered that there is a shortage of at who has been so low with pneumonia, burg to have his paper changed from that way, who would not daru to treat a least 121,000 in tbo accounts of John H. is able to bo nbout. Hugh Miller is Ho also adds man wrong, and it is well that one is oc- Wood, who was, up to a year ago, Treas- reading medicine under the Drs. Brown. Pinevillo to that place. ho will practice law at Whitley's casionally made to Bee tho error of bis urer of tho BrooklyuTabernaclo. Probably S. L. Whitehead, of Big Stone Gap, is that way. here for a few days. "Colonel of the capital. this asco nuts for Dr. Tnlmages, state- Road" Sam Ward left for homo WednesTiik cold wave that bad been waving ment that ho would resign on his 20th Miss Kim WAiinic.v, who has so day, after succeeding with tho other filled tho trying position of around in the north-wes- t for several anniversary with the tabernacle. members of tho board of supervisors in will, as soon as MrB. days, struck us amidships Wednesday raising tho assessment of tho county FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. tako the position morning, seoing tho mercury down 67 Courts' torm expires, S18.000. of cashier In tho store of Severance in 1M hours, It being 4 below yesterday Nellie A., only has won morning at sunrise. Snow followed a over it Son. Did you oversee just sucli a January S15.O00. Mu. Wm. Hi'sEii returned from Cin- sleeting rain and the streets and roads Sixty-tw2:15 performers bavo been as this? Yes, several of them. To go cinnati Wodnesday where bo had been were put in a condition that made loco- bred in Kentucky. back no further, there was just such a to buy goods. Miss Hosa Huser return motion a tiresome as well as a danger Dud Nuwland sold to Bob Smith a January four years ago violets bloomed with him. Mr Husoris now agent oub performance. It it the first cold pair of oxon for S59. ing in tbo open air overcoats confided for the Lincoln County Lund Co., hotel snap of a remarkably open winter, P. W. Green bought of S. J. Embry all winter to tho care of our undo no keeper, merchant and postm aster at which may yet make up for the ethorial a gray gelding for ISO. freeze till March grip everywhere. As mildness of tho last two months. Ottenheim.. Thompson Bros, bought of W. E. in everything else, history is constantly repeating itself in tbo matter of unpreCITY AND VICINITY. Tiikiik is one man in town who goes Anderson a pair of mules for S220. John Allen Bold to ltobinsou, of cedented weather. Louisvillo Times. by tho town clock, notwithstanding that Da.vkb, tho people's Jeweler. .. does not always go right. Tho Garrard, a bunch of fat cattle at 2c. Bucciln's Arnica Salve. David and Henry Spoonamore sold for '26 cents at sleet of Wednesday stopped tho hands Fiiist class dinner The best wive In the world tor cuti, bruise t " ore, ulcers, is.lt rheum, fover orei , tetter, -Zimtner's. at 12:10 and, Mr. Sam II. Shanks, who 450 btisbuls of wheat to a Danville firm ptd handi, chilblaiot, corns and all kir chap p eru tloni and poutively curti pilts, or no pay requi r dines at 3 missed that meal by it. Along at 55c. Nick lino of toilet soups nt McKinney T. A. Coulter sold to a Boylo county cd. It is guaranteed to kiv. perfect saUsfactio n about tho usual time of dining ho startor money refunded. it Hocker's. r party, his fancy old Baddlo yor sale by A. R. Penny,Price as cents per box Sunlord. Ky. ed home, but looking at tho clock saw Stop and seo my new Jiilled plow. W. that it was not time by a cnuploof hours. mare for $173. Latonia will likely add 110,000 to its II. IUggins. .VKW ADVERTISEMENTS. He returned to his store and remained Derby ptirso, making it tho richest ever Indications for Friday; F.iir with an hour or so and when ho again started run in Kentucky. he readily saw that the day had almost slowly rising temperature. I A Bourbon county woman sold $111 mum spent itself. Seeing that ho had roposed worth of turkeys. 123 of eggs, SIS of butplow points, throo for too much confidence in tho Olivkk chilled Mr. William LandtrafTs employment as my SI, at W. H. Wearen it Co.'n. clock be returned to his store a wiser ter and S17 of chickens last year. . . G. T. Higginbotham who recently ni;ent for the sale of lands in tho Swits and Ger man lolonjr at Uttenhcmi, Lincoln county, Ky., but a hungrier man. IlAVKyou paid your account atMcbought a farm in Fayette, rented loacrts hascraicdand MR. W.M HUSER Is now ray agent thrrdor until such jjeticy shall be revolttl. Kinney Pros.'? If not, why not ? In tho rounds of tho penitentiary of it to go in tobacco at S50 per acre. All lccal matters concerning tho purchaseand sale mm Judge W. M. Beckner, tho RepresentaCol. F. M. Wood, of Lincoln, Nob., of such lands will bo attended to by V. II . Miller, my attorney, of Stanford, Ky. Yocii account will bo ready January (a numtive from Clark, was disagreeably sur sold soventy-fivJan. 36, 'jm. J. OTTENHRIMER. 1st. Call and settle. A. It. Penny. prised by finding a nephew of his first ber of them August and Soptember pigs,) mm jowelor, Danks, wife among tho inmates. Tho young at an averago of S4:i. Goto the Tho Democrat says Clark county when you want watches, clocks or jew- man is Mnck Farrell, of Lincoln county, II. II. Hronaugh, Adm'rof D. O. Slaughter, dea life sentence for a kill- raised 0,000,000 pounds of tobacco last ceased, l'lfl., vs. D. O. Slaughter' Hrs. and and is elry. mm Creditors, Def Is. Notice to Creditors. year. Tho taxable property of tho couning which ho claims was done in Ity virtue of an order ot rrfriruco In this case, Handsome line of Glassware, tho best Judge Beckner and his nephew ty is assessed at 810,000,000. tho undersigned Com'r hiII hear prooi of ami bargains over offered, at Fnrrls it Harmake report of claims O. G. A farmer at Hutchison, from tho Mnughtei, deed., and against the estate ofnotified had a very pleasant littlo talk. Tho thc crcoltors are din's. young man, who has just attainod his produce of four sows, has, in one year, toproducoand file their cairns before the Com- misiouer, properly verified, before the 20th day of ItuMUMiiKK that M.F. Klkin pays tho majority, got into his trouble while sow- sold $900 worth of hogs, killed ten for February, ibqi. R.C.WARREN, for hide and all kinds ing a boyish crop of wild oats, and takes meat and has now ten sows loft. highest cash price Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. 94 of fur. Anderson Carr baa entored bia his confinement quite philosophically. -has been established at He says it baa been good for him; has speedy maro, Nancy Carr, 2:25, in ltuo A Ino, Pockcastlo county, John W. Hosk-In- steadied him down and been tho moans it Faulconer'a salo at Danville noxt week. of sobering his reason, Ho says ho has Ho will bo sadly disappointed if she poBtinaster. Look out for the ROWLAND HOTEL. I hae acquired much useful information, baa does not bring $1,000 or over. rented the (fright Ferrill property and have it Jkssk Thompson is hnyiux now bath formed habits of reading and study and nicely fixed up. iiy rates are $1 per day. IIae Mat Cohen, who has boon handling rooms built and whon completed will when by good conduct he has earned a horses for J. W. Bales, of Madison, has A First-Clas- s Bar in Connection. rival the finest found anywhere. pardon, as ho confidently hopes to do, routed tho fair grounds at Richmond and Come one, come all. Satisfaction cuaranleed or W. II. Hkiqinh is opening his brand lie will bo qualified to inako a good and sot up for himself. Ho la beyond doubt money refunded. I or ono of my clerks will meet all night trains. Thanking my friends for past fanow Btock of hardware, groceries, Ac, useful citizen. W. P. E. in Louisville the best saddlo horso man in tho State vors and so.icilinc a continuance, I am ago considored. S3tyr J. W. CARRIER. and by Feb. 1st will bo open and roady Post. n Jos. A. Cohon bought of Chaa. you. to wait on While hunting tho other afternoon . 75 hogs, averaging 250 pounds at 4.00. D. S. Engineer John W. Flowora met with an Many of tho water pipes aro frozen Mr. J. It. Walker bought in Chicago 2S0 will in all probability renaccident that old stand ol J. I). Green, in hoad of Illinois steers, of about 1,140 At the up and tho water supply cut off. Tho no one der him unable to again pull tho throt- pounds. They aro to bo fed slop and weather baa been bo warm that Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky, tle of an engine. Ho was sitting on a cost hero something over 3 cents. Antook any special paius to protect their feuco with bis gun in hand and his left Has just received an excellent addition to his derson Nows. pipes from freezes. stock of Furniture and cordially invites you to call hand over tho muzzlo of it, when his dog Tho Coney Island Jockoy Club has and examine it. He is also agentas (or the Oliver I)KATH.--Mr- s. Lucy Walls, wife of jumped to his side knocking him off. stalled aua silver aieei nows wen as repairs decidod that it will not become a mem- for same. No plows stand higher in the estimaHasty's, Wed Tho gun discharged when Mr. Flowers stock Baker Walls, died at Jack ber of tho new jockoy club under the tion of the public than these, liis Has ot harness nesday night of consumption. Sho fell and the entiro load passed through rules formulated for tho proposed organ- and saddles is larger than ever. Stoves. also added a line of Buggies, Surreys and on College, Mack Smith Miop for reut, leaves threo littlo children to sufler for a his hand fearfully tearing tho flesh and ization. In consequence, it is said, cer- and Main Streets, llustonville. located located shop licit breaking tbo ibones. Drs. Cook and Good smith can In the west eud of Lincoln co. mother's lender caro. tain members of the new jockey club aro get all the work he is looking for. Apply to me O'Bannon wore called and on examiin town. Hkdlky's lecturo nt Wal- ning tho wound found it necessary to endeavoring to have tho Coney Island in llustonville, only one amitn CARPKNTKR. Dn. James D.S. Houso Monday night 29tb, remove tho bonea of his hand of the in- track practically boycotted. ton's Opera As administrator of Mrs. Catherino promises to draw a largo crowd, as tho dex and two adjoining Angers from tho Blackorty, I will sell at public nuction on gentleman made many friends when knucklo down almost to his wrist. A bor personal propor-t- y hero last year. A treat Is in Btoro for all small portion of tho bone of tho little Tuesday, Jan. 30th, Horses, cows, mules, mule who go. We have opened on Depot Street a Auger was also removed. Tbo doctors colts, horse colts, sheep, poultry, hoga, Dutcher Shop, where we will keep at all the between Capt. think tho wound will heal without tak farming implements, hay, barley, corn best meats that the country affords. We timeshan will The game of foot ball dle nothing but the Dest and win Tom Yeager'a team and tho nedgoville ing off any of bis fingers, but at the earn e and wheat, also household and kitchen timo believe the hand will never be of resulted in a victory for tho Eleven CASH ONLY, furniture. Torma made known on day SEUL, by a score of 4 to 0. Our boya will much service to him. Mr. Flowers has of sale. Joel J. Walker, administrator. As we can not keen books. Our customers will be served in the best style and we solicit the patnext wipe up tho earth with tho Dan an accident policy of $4,600, and will ronage of corn. fed The press association will meet in I cattle andthe public, we also buy good & CO., hogs. ANDERSON CARR vllleteam and then probable take a draw $10 per week during his confineFrankfort Juno ment. 833m oianioru, Ky. tour through tho East. Interior Journal I Dwkllinci houeo for rent. W. U. IUggins. Apply to Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. " Spring Session Tuesday, January 23d, 1894. An. Excellent boarding department. Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses In Literature, Music and Catalogues and circulars furnished on tpplIcaUon. ?? W. B. McKinnev. -- J. W. HOQKER. New Firm of- - McKINNEY & H0CKER, (Successors to McKinney Bros.) er 1 s Dealers In Groceries, Hardware, Tin- Queens- - Woodenware, Sec. 2TEW : GOODS : ATTID : ItTEW : PRICES I Wc solicit your patronage and guarantee satisfaction. Come and see us at the old stand. Very Truly, McKinney & I locker. liar-rima- DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Stor- e Mid-dlesbor- o, Will-lam- Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Drugs, School Supplies, School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. rel-ativ- e. Iex-!nfto- The Best Goods For The Lea6t Money- Call and sec us. ll DKSaHOCKBR, Til Druggist. May-woo- d. Mc-Clar- v, New CMPETS. Our New Carpers arc eill-clent- ARRIVING Known before. : DAILY. They Come and see them and get prices. o Are Cheaper than Ever All wool carpets from 55c up. CaTCall and get the February number of -:- THE - METROPOLITAN, SEVERANCE & SON. time-piec- e, And see the beautiful patterns. Fifty pieces new Ginghams, Percales, &c, etc. four-yea- m m HARD TIMES PRICES Will now be made on all Winter goods. We begin now to 2TOTICB court-hous- e Clean upfor Spring&SummerTrads Our Si. 50 silk mufflers now Si, our 50c muffler 35c, a few seal Muffs left, reduced from $4 to $2, just half price. Ladies and gents' Cloth gaiters reduced 50 per cent. Comforts and Bed Blankets at a great redoction. Our ladies', misses' and children's Cloaks and gentlemen's Overcoats we are determined to sell and if you don't give our price wc will take yours. m e Poland-China- s, Lincoln Circuit Court. m m Our boys' and gents' Boots, reduced 25 per cent, and if that don't close them out we will still cut the price. Our rosT-oFKit'- ITotioo- g Gentlemen! ... m Wil-Bo- CARPENTER, well-know- n For boys and men must be sold and in fact all winter goods will now be slaughtered in order to clean up for the Spring trade. As soon as the Wilson tariff bill is passed good times will come rushing in upon us and we must be in shape. We have a lot of odd Lace Curtains and a lot of samples of Carpeting for rugs to close. A price will be made on these goods to insure a sale. And now don't forget that we are headquarters for the J. B. and P. D. Corsets, the Standard Patterus and for Table Cloths, Napkins, Towels, Draperies, Dress Goods, &c. We forgot to say that we have a large line of Wool Overcoats that must be sold. Come and see all that we have. Winter Clothing ill HUGHES & TATE. hi ITew Meat Shop, first-class Will be delivered right at your door on the following days or the day thereafter. You will not be disappointed. It will be out your way as follows. Crab Orchard and Preachersville Pikes Every Monday Dudderar's MillPlke ... to-w- it: LancasterfPike Danville Pike Hustonville Pike Somerset Pike Stanford Rowland Every Tuesday Every Wednesday .'.Every Thursday Every Friday Every Saturday Every Saturday Every Wednesday ALBERT HOMMEL, Rowland, Ky. for-in- or FOR J 0-- 8. t.wi'Wv&i&mz wgi&iS, .".-&.- . imtf '' i i'mrwinHr'-MiiB- ' nywapyfwn Falls Branch v?& Semi-Week- ly Interior Journk AT , &, Sii5iSciv&i25BjLi'3 Published Evory Tuesday and Friday $o pjcr. YJflA.it rv ftrWhea not so paid 3U.6Q will be charged.- K.C. fat s:o P- - LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a. m., Train naves HominJ at " returning L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ... ...! 37 pm Eioress train " South.. " North...., ........ 9 36 a m Local Freight North...., .ao;p m South, Th latter traint alio carry passengers. The abore ii calculated on itandard time. Solar ime ii about to minute fatter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. llows: Mail train gome North...., South.. .......U3pm ...... 11 si P .33a Goln; North train Blue-Grass tlbuia Limited 3 Limited a:s am O. Vestibule irss "Saulh-- N. Limited ti p m Lictl t:it p. Vestibule arrives 8:40 p. ra. pass Junction City a foVestibule tartt 6 a. m. Vef p. m. Local 11:55 p. m norma P- - m- rn.r,Blue-Gra- Florida s fflsolotety m. Rjwdepl Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Higest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. HOYAL",BAKING POWDER CO., 100 Wall St.. New York. . . . I will open on January :6th, 18.53, a First-Cla- si D. tv, from which I can supply any quantity ol Jersey milk to the people of Stanford and Rowland at the following prices, delivered: o cents Fresh Milk, per gallon 1 Skimmed Milk, por gallon to cents 8 centa Butter Milk, per gallon I will make two trips dally. The patronage oi the public Is solicited. G. A. PEVTON, yr. Stanford, Ky 91-- 1 li PILE llmwi?nrS?pJlet0 7reatPSSt consisting o P123 Capsule of Ointment two .Bozmot Ointment. A neveMalUwr CuFe and Piles for SeS2fK2Lf!?JectlOMOt c"oiio cia;wh1cS a Penwwcnt and often renuung unnecessary. iA?im boxea to euro any caso. You only pay for P WhZ. Prevented, CONST PAT ON ued' OViJlANTEia larooJ only bv IK tfU'JD PURIFIER. Small, mild and pleasant to lies pecluU5rodaPtoaforcliUllrea,ao6o. JSODoscff A. R. PENNY, J iau fj, Stanford, Ky. toll eomo good htories about his experiMarch 3rd. ences in canvassing tho statu previous to THE MOST POWERFUL MAN ON Two doors above Post-- 0 lllcp. Alwtys on hand his olectiou to that oillco. Ono dny he B. EARTH GIVES ADVICE. stopped at a small, weathor beaten house nomination for Tho Nobicst and Nicest Qoods? Is a cn about noon, and tho mistress of the place County JUsto for the democratic Primary Election, Attorney, subject to the Can bo ha I In the market. Prices lower than the Eugec Snmlorr Thiuka Physical anil Men-t- brought forth for his delectation n huc- March 3rd. lowest Mourning Roods ft speclstty. Call and kleberry pio of genorous dimensions nnd examine before buyiuc He Uoc Not Docny Go Together MAKV DAVIS DUDDERAR. most excellent tnsto. . n Itnrd TrulnliiB Tlio Ooapcl of Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager Slumlord, Ky. "Why, madam," said tho would bo Tlio llcst IIxitcIsp. Candidate governor after ho had taken in a fow U a Democracy.for Jailer, subject to the action of ! Sicciil CorrvsiKinilcnecl monthfuls with evident relish, "this is tho New York, .Tun. 18. A sound mind a most delicious pie. And may I ask goes with ji sound body. It was Iforaco, what tho fruit is which has such a pleasAt our Fruit Karma and Nurseilra ono mile W'ott Ibcliore, who uttered this aphorism 2,000 ant flavor?" Is a candidate for jailer, subject to tho action ot of Kingsville, Lincoln county. We have as fine a stock of Fruit Trees as any man ever handled, years ngo. Tho sauio rule holds good to"Sho', now," said tho womnn, beaming the democracy. ready lor transplanting nto orehird and garden day. Tho two nro iuseparablo concom- with gratification, "I reckon you don't this rail. Orchards of Apples and 1'eachea will be asiorted to suit customers at J10 per hundred SAM M. OWENS, itants. A mnn or woman to attain tho need to ask me that! I reckon you know The trees ate nice, the varieties the best. Everyzenith of intellectual power must boat his what's in that pio without mo telliu Is a candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- thing needtd to maVo home attrnctloe and the children happy will be found here. For circulars or her best physically. Tho world is full you." ject to the action ol trie democratic t rimr-,.- . address J. A. Mi KICK & CO., of proofs of this truism. Two cases in Kingsvtlle, Ky. 64 "Indeed I must plead ignorance," repoint will sufllce. Bismnrck, tho grand plied her guest. "Tho tasto is unfamiliar . old man of tho Fatherland, begau to to me." : Sheriff of Lincoln county, subshow signs of mental decay 10 years ngo, "Well, I declarel" ejaculated tho wom- la a candidate for of the democratic primary, tst. action by kidney and an. "Don't you rniso huckleberries in ject to the when ho was overtaken English and Classical.! For mates and females, liver troubles, brought on by inertia and your part o' tho kentry? Ain't you acJ. excessivo indulgences in food and drink. quainted with 'em?" : : Kentucky, When ho remedied theso by medical "It may bo," replied her guest, smiling, Is;a:Candidate (or Jailer of Lincoln county and Next srsiion begins Feb, I, 1S94. The course .., nil treatment and a judicious amount of "but I havo never eaten a huckloborry RIKI rUe. 1I1CI1UB HUl VVll'IIMl at home and work. and teaching thorough, the buildiugs and grounds as he,i forced to stay one Youii)- - ladle beautiful and rates reasonable. daily exercise, he quickly regained his in- pio before." boarded in the College; young gentlemen boarded ocralic party tellectual vitality. "Well," sho said in evident amazeIn the town. For further particulars address the So, too, with your own renowed states- ment, "I duuno about you. Up for govPresident. MILTON KLLIOTT. . DEBOKD G. man, tho late James Q. Blaine. Ho dis- ernor nnd don't know huckleberries! 1 played tho greatest breadth of mind mistrust you ain't fitten for ofiico." Is a Candidate (or Jaiter, subject to thejaction of when his physical powers wero tho great And with a dubious Blinko of her head he Democracy. est. When they began to wano, uis men-ti- l sho cut a second quarter of tho pio for M. strength began to sap. Mind you, thodisqunlified candidate. Youth's ComKy. there are weak and oven sick men and panion. Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action Practical CARPET WEAVER, of the democracy. women who possess remarknblo intel"Keeping Iter Couipnny." lectual vigor. They aro generally thoso Has lately purchased the celebrated whoso cerebral qualities always greater JNO. Newcomb Fly Shuttlo Loom, from birth develop at tho expenso of ls;a Candidate forAsssor, subjectito;tne action their physical ones. I rigidly maintain, ol the Democratic party. And is prepared to do all kinds of Carpet and Rug however, that if in theso cases tho body Weaving. Fancy weaving on Shawls, Muln.rs, Etc Call and ciaialue my work. I guarantee was equally nttuned with tho mind from E. D. work at low prices. childhood their brain expansion would office of As. Is a candidate for re election lo the bo all the greater. sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of the How can health bo acquired? Simply democratic party. by observing tho laws of nature. Eat, drink, sleep, walk, run and oxcrciso in )L. DAWSON, moderation in other words, train, not 7 Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of as fighters and jockeys do, but as God the diroocracy. intended you should do. Tho boxer and Dealer, In tho rider go through fearful and arduous BAIIJEY, exercise for a few weeks to preparo themla ajcandidate for jailer, sublect to. theactionjol selves for a contest of skil) and ondur-anc- o the old Jeflersonlan democracy. which may last a minute or n day. Puck. My advico to you, my fellow men and No Itnluctlon. VARNON, women, is to train lightly and constantA man who wns ieddling oranges from Is"a ly to preparo you, not for one fleeting candidate for re- - lectionpo the office of Councontest, but for tho enduring battlo of a basket on Mouroo avenue tho other day ty Judge; subject to the action of democratic parlife. Train properly, then, to get strong, was stopped by an old colored man, who ty. . for strength is health, and health is in- asked: GIVENS "Kin I hov oue of dem oranges fur 2 tellectual power, and tho last named attribute, as wo all know, conquers suc- cents, boss?" County Judce of Lincoln, sub I. a Candidate lor "No, Blr. Tho prico is C." ject to the action ol the Democracy. cess in lifo. Desires to thank you for your pa"Dat's do prico fur well folks. I want now will you gain strength and its accompanying blessings? I will tell you as an orange fur ujyleotlo gal Fanny, who's tronage during the year which is O. P. pithily and succinctly as I can and not Bick abed an may die." Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to the action o( "Five centa is the price, sir." and asks a continufollow tho rulo of mnny authorities on tho Democratic party. He would appreciate your almost gone "What is yo' namo, sab?" Yote. training, who confuse instead of cnlight- ance during the coming year. "Carr is my name. Who takes tho next sweet orange for 5 cents?" JOHN M. JOHNSON "Waal, Mistah Cab, I want an orange I. r.n.1lH far Ai.cuurrif I.Incnln COutltr When Hungry try one of his fur 2 conts. When I git homo wid it, 1 subject to the actlor, ol the Democratic party gal: Heah, Fanny, shall Bay to my leetle bco what a magnifeous orange I has dun A. GIVENS brought yo' home. I got it from a white gem'lan named Mistah Call, and he dun Democratic party. 8plit8cents off do price knse yo' wns sick ject to the action of the in bed. Pray fur dat Mistah Cab, Fanny pray dat ho dun go straight to paradise And you will certainly go back when ho dies." I. ranilidate for!Ialler. subject lo the action of on nnd don't bother mo!" replied the democratic party. "Go nnd try him again. the orange man. B. COOPER, "Two cents for an orange?" "No 5." la a candidate for re election to the otBce of HOW TO BE STROXG. CANDIDATES A former governor of Kentucky used to To bo Voted for at tho (Primary, Not THE COMMERCIAL IILOCK .Tcllico Coal Co., rit. Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Original JelHco Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford Jand Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rail- toadcrosslng. HIOC.INS A WATTS, 6 J. PAXTON, al Ad-wi- se 3Ioil-rntln- JOHN MEKSIION A. S. PRICE, Office Fruit Trees For Sale Owsley Building. SURGEON DENTIST, over McRoberts Drug Staru In the ne Stanferd. PETER HAMPTON, THE London, 77 RILEY K. U. HOUSE Kentucky. d. RILEY.JProprlotor, - - I have moved to my new Hotelland am bettsr Srcpared than ever to accommodate th. public, T. NEWLAND attached, and every convenience Give me a call. Garrard Lancaster, College, Orchard, Lawn Garden. Full stocks ot fruit and ornamental trees, grape vines, asparagus, small fruits, shrubs, and .scry. thing usually found In a nursery a.labllshinent. We sell direct to the planter and have no agents. Catalogue ou application H. F. HILLKNMHYKR, JEtt-iLeslngton, Ky. m .FRANK RILKY. T. HATCHER .' -- F. ELKIN, Mrs. J. J. Kendall, JACKSOIT HOUSE, Stanford, SAM II THE OLD WARNACK, Pror. London, - KENTUCKY. BRIGHT Refitted and leluriiuhi-- l and in every war pre pared to attmid tho wante of the public. Rates very reasonable. KENNEDY, TO THE XiADXES. Having secured the services ol Miss Mattle Allen from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this seaam, I cordially Invite the Udlta to Inspect a carefully selected stock ol Millinery at pikes to suit the times. The ladles are invited to oe my nice, uew tine ol Stamped Linen and Embroidery Material MISS LICC1E HKAZLKY, Stanford, Ky tint-clas- s 16-3- V. R, SIMMER THP P.O. MILLINERY. 1 JOHN Groceries, Candies. Larost 10 at the poet-ofu- room and see the WALLACE E. JAMES W. Fancy Goods, Fruits, &c. and Bost Soloctod Stock The goods and prices are MRS. P.T COURTS. Of Millinery In town. bound to please you. Commercial McKINNEY, KY. 1 Hotel, Mc- HUFFMAN have bought above ruentionedllottl at Kinney and have attached a First-Cla- ss Bar and Pool Room. Have repaired and Refurnished the Hotel and am better than ever m Prepared to Accommodato the Public. Uvery and Feed Stable attached. I. W GREEN. Proprietor. JESS ROUT, Manager. Hpecial attention lo Commercial Men. J. 25 CTS MEALS t ine DINK FARMER THE 60FFEY HOUSE KY., GEORGE "Not fur Fanny? Cattleman. A. G. Lanham ROYAL Insurance Company OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE ECOKN SANDOW. I p it I i Lfr aj. if i If LP ate B il' en by the multiplicity of their instructions. I will unfold a system tho merits of which aro exemplified in the upbuilding of rny own physical frame. As &CASTLEMAJN I Baid before, eat, drink and sleep in moderation. Walk vary by running if you MANAGERS,'; have the conveniences a distance overy dny, according to your physical condiCommerce Building, Louisville tion when you begin training. Some Agents throughout the South. men can walk 10 miles a day without hurting them. Others could not walk W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agont, two without experiencing fatigue. Women, of course, should not begin with tlio STANFORD, KY. same amount of work as men. A walk of one mile, or, at tho most, three, is enough for them. Quit when you get tired. You nro not a boxer, oarsman, sprinter or other kind of athlero, and the question of "gameuess" does not enter here. Never overtask yourself. Overwork is worse than no work at all. Your own feelings will toll you when to quit. Abovo all things, join some gymna2 To Young sium or athletic club. To your outdoor Mothers exercise add that of light dumbbells in r,J'ti - T. r v your indoor work. Bo careful not to o X touch heavy bells out of any feeling of rivalry or f also prido and essay feats you 6eo others you think your inferiors performing. They aro built up. You are not. The lighter the bells you try tho better. From two ounces to two pounds Makis Child Birth Easy will do. Use the simplest motions-backw- ard, Z Shortens Labor, forward, sideways and evLessens Pain, ery other way. Any athletio instructor Endorsed by the Leading Physicians. can teach you them all in short order. JJoofc to "Mothers' 'malted TREE. Stop when tired and resume when you BRADFIELD REGULATOR COaro fully recuperated. Do not go in too QA. ATLANTA, stronj; at first. You can increaso tho DRUQQIST3. S SOLD .BY ALL. amount of your work when you feel ? yourself growing stronger. You should Nature should bo always feel invigorated and not weak assisted to throw after exercise. If you experience tho off Impurities of tho latter sensation, you may bo sure you is work. blood. Nothing have piled on tootomuchavoided. Thisyou bo If the great danger CURES does It so trell, so do not avoid it, you will grow weaker promptly, or so instead of stronger. constant If you POISON safely as Swift's systematicthus maintain adumbbells, and diuse of light SpeclQc. rected to the development of the body ns n whole, in addition to following the LIFE HAD NO CHARMS. other instructions I havo imparted, I was troubled with malaFor three years I appetite to fail, will guarantee that in a year you will rial poison, which caused my and I was greatly reduced In flesh, and life bo bigger in brain and body and will lost all Its charms. I tried mercurial and have no use for physics or physicians. .v.v .., hut to no effect. I could And note tho fact that by keeping up (WMW.. rmrr1iitho good work throughout life you will getnoreuer. j. men uecmeu to w y a a,a lvntilpa nf thlt wonderful become bigger, better, brainier and " inedicino made a complete and permanent healthier every year. cure, and I now enjoy better health than ever. J. A. Rice, Ottawa, Kan. "No, Bir." "All right, sah all right, Mistah Cah. If yo' doan' dun want to go to paradise fur 3 cents, den yo' kin stay out an be hanged to yo', but do price won't uebber bo no cheaper, an yo' kin bet a hat on dat. Good day, sah good day, Mistah Cah." Detroit Freo Press. Olio uu Cotujituu. . County Clerk and will appreciate vou support. Democratic primary Saturday, March 3. 194. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now In my charge and I intend lo conduct it so as to to its long list ol fncnds. Special accommoda. tions for commercial travelers and fios rootns.for O O o a. in P 2 --J&- Capital Stock Surplus - $200,000 21,300 not only maintain Its high reputation, but to add Ihedliplor of samples. lAIFirst-Clas- s morning .Terrold nnd Compton proceeded together to view tho pictures in tho gallery of illustration. On enterOne n !" MOTHERS'! FRIEND" 9oee)aooecM ing tho anteroom they found themselves op'KJsito to n number of very long looking glasses. Pausing before one of these, Compton remarked to Jerrold: "You've come hero to ndmiro works of nrt. Very well, first feast your oyes ou that work of nature," pointing to his owu figure reflected in tho glass; "look at it! There's a picture for you!" "Yes," said Jqrrold, regarding it intently, "very fine very fino indeed." Then, turning to his friend, "Wauta hanging, though." Argonaut. Mr. Ilugitt (two years after his marriage) All this gush about lovo is extremely silly. Wherever did you get this stupid book from? I must Bay the person who selected it showed a very insipid tasto. Mrs. Hugitt (quiotly) It is the book you gavo mo during onr honeymoon, love. Wo road it 12 times the first week wo had it. Vogue. The Ileaulta hi Tubulated. Inquirer "What aro all these pages oi closely written manuscript about? Statistician Thoso aro the records of tho murders committed last year. "Is it possible? And what are those three or four lonesome looking lines in the middle of that long page?' "The records of the hangings." Chicago Tribune. A Mean Man. And Thou There Wai a Silence. n I 3 rH 1 1 3 w" Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors arc secured not only by the capital slock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor ao ..... .... in ft... iriflcca that duna.ltar. ol. W. II MILLlilt. J H.SOWDKR. this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 sworn statements 01 tneconuiuou 01 mi did. Five MILLER & SOWDER, are made each yearto the United Suits government and its assets are eiamlnsd at stated times by government agents, thus secunug addilltoua -:- sndperfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, originally established as ths Deposit Hank of Stanford in ij8, then lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in iSoj and again re.organlrcd aa the First National Hank ot - - KENTUCKY. Stanford in iS8, has had practically an uninter- STANFORD, supplied rupted eilstenceof is years It Is now with lacilities for transacting business prompt Oflice Interior Journal Building ly and liberally than evrr before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, Dims aud Individuals respectfully solic Attention of the public is invited to the fac (hit this Ii the only National Dank in Stanford Saloon And BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached jMf JOSEPH COFFKY. .,! REAL ESTATE Doalors and Brokers, r tcl PROPERTY FOR SAL,. Fine Blue Grass Farm ot and finely tmpn.veu, 1 g fed of this Hank is composed ol Forestus Reid, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Ths Directory 3jj-- f acres ion pike OtTcrt-- O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; 0 n 0 8. J.W.Hayden, Stanford; S.H. IlaughmanjLincoln; J. S. Hocker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; at a. Farm of too low prici. 4. actes, finely Improved, atate Fine Blue Grass Farm, of 105 acres, In hluli of cultivation, well Improved ; olfercd low Good im&ssr NT-.. 1 : O M. D. Elmore, Stanfo rd; 5. Farm of 14s acres, near R. R. station. blue grass land; will sell cheap. T. P. Hill.Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M. o O JELLICO TENNESSEE, J. S. Hocker, President; John J. McRobcrta, J. Miller. Mt. Vernon. 7. Blue Grass farm of ija acres, on pike, two miles from Stanford; good Blue-gras- s land; low price and on easy terms. Cashier; A. A. McKinnerAssiiUnt Cashlir. 8 to Town lots In Stanford In areas to suit ' purchasers, i. Farmers Bank&Trast acre fine farm wiiti mce lent 17. Ninety-thre- e mill, dwelling and other improvements, on pike 4 miles from Co Stanlord. Tlio Floronoo Hotel, Mrs. J. B.J Montgomery, The best hotel In the city and the only one with Kspecia attention a sample room for drummers to the traveling public. Kates j. 33-6- OF STANFORD, KY., is now fully organiied and ready (or business wits arge blue grass larm, capable of dt vision Into im allcr farms. Desirable In !n .... I tTmmmA l..u.i..ln ......... caiy .icrms, ' aiticu wmwvu .u.. ..u uu sij '4 .,. -- ' - Prop. Paid up Oapital.of Surplus, . $200,000 2C000 ed nn IaItl street, in ?5 leel front, Joo back. ... Good two-sto- ry ....... wen finishf Stanfoad t'. ... ..... anargaln. at win asil building; ' SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same aisetaand undei the same management. By provisions of Its chatter, depositor! are as fully protected aa ate depositors in National Banks, Its shareholders being held Individual! haole to the estcnt of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to th amount invested in auch shares. It may act as caecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual. To those who entrusted their bulsicess to us while mnaging the Lincoln National Bank ol Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their businessn with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attest-tioto same, our twenty years' experience la banking and as liberal accommodations as are consistent with sound banking. c,e, on "snulng Fork. small house and lot or aell at low price on easy terms. m. Small farm of So acres, well Improved, at a bargain. a miles H.-gl- ng Sma" f",m of ...7. exchange for ,0 111 Irom Stanford MURIM. "My dear," Baid Mr. Sowerby to his wifo, "I wish you would havo some of these dumplings of yours when Mr. Teale is here to dinner." "I thought you didn't liko Mr. Teale, love," replied Mrs. Sowerby sweetly. nt iLsw L 31. Farm of Co acres on Fork, near Turnersvil e rine Blue grassland, fronts on pike, with good improvements and nice young orchard. Price low. ....... . j- -, IInfl ilnr..Sniu. .ml vuuagc, nicciy conveniently located, near depot In London, and Ky Mne rooms in dwelling, four looms in cottaire. Store house of 3 rooms. All new buildings. Also good barn. Lot wo x 300 feet. Fins location (or store snd hotel. Will sell cheap an I on easy terms. JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAOER. ... "I don't." Tit-Bit- s. fri - Happy With Either. She Which sort of girls do you liko best, Mr. Windsor, blonds or brunettes? , He Well, Miss Gladj-s- it depends a very great deal, I've noticed, on which I'm with. Somerville Journnl. YEAGER & YEAGER, uviot, mo v Cw- -s -- J" rrT!y 8- KOU A CLEAN - J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; DIKICTOHS: ' m m staels, lions. ' S.J. Einbry, Stanford; J. STANFORD, KY. We"are In our new stable in the Opera Blockland are well supplied with Our book on Blood and BklnDisoaso3 mailod f roo. Swift Specutio Co., Atlanta, Ga, go 7 '&71 iZeadcPnjZ A Mutual Query. Or a Nice, Refreshing Dath Go to Mrs. Bingo One of my most intimato girl friends is goiug to bo married next Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, month. Bingo Have you decided what I am lie Is also agent for the Lesingtnn Steam Laundry The Best In the Country. going to give her? Truth. Shave, Stylish Hair Cut, II, Owsley, Stanford; J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Milltdgeville, K y W, II. Cummins, Preachersville Have been purchased and Both urnouts will leave the,suble. S. II. Shanks, President, Dr. J. II. Owsley, CaOiier, W. M. 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