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R. Graham Frank has accepted 1h attending tho Horn, to tho wifu of W. II. Wilkin- Ilov. J. H. Jnlinn Tho Senato passed tho bill increasBantist Theological Seminary nt Iouis-- tho call to preach twice n month at Now son on tho 22a J. n fiuo 9 lb. boy. ing the salaries of appellate judges to Aniioch. Miss Berthn Elliott and Miss Jennie $5,000. vlllo. Mr. T. R. Robinson has announced Ellis aro attending a normal institute nt Dealer in Oliver Chilled and Bucher & Gibbs' Imperial "Uncle Joo" Hopper continues life Both Houses havo paseed tho bill meeting "t tl o First Presbytorian church himself m a candidate for tho nomination Danville, Indiaua. to prohibit tho sale of obscene litcraturo for sheriff; subject to tho action of tho Died on Knob Lick Creek on tho and pictures. Lexington, with over 40 additions. nil tho branches of Meth- democracy. Including 20th, Mr. Benjamin Btstnin, an nged and The Sonnte passed tho nnti pool sellMrs. J. C. Frank nnd children lenve respected citizen of that section. odism, thero ore now 42,010 minister?, ing bill, restricting tho soiling of pools to Married in tho clerk's office on tho race tracks nnd prohibiting it nt other 0,124,780 members, and over '20,000,000 this morning (or Fleniiugiburg, their fuDouble Shovel Plows, Plow Harness and ture home. Mr. Ashhrook will go to 20th, by Elder J. Q. Montgomery, .Mr. plncts. adherents. Ih Hill Iexington Saturday to enter collego. Frank Hodge to Miss Lumnm Young. Tho Presbyterian church Tho IIoiibo paeeed the bill requiring Tho Washington correspondent o' Judge Win. M. Myers nnd Charlie banks to keep on hand 15 per cent of tho without a pastor nnd wo hoar of no ef' I fort to got one. "No prenuhur don't cost tho Courier Journal stated Saturday that Bowman hnvo returned from Atlanta, total deposits and in cities of 50,000 25 -Gov. McCreary had recommended Mr. Gn., having Bold tho judge's mules nt per cent. nothing," you know, I am the only authorized Agent in the East End of the county for Elder Jos. lUllou recioved five por James I. Htmi'tou for postmaster at low rates. Tho Sonato passed tho bill to preLancaster. This means that Mr. H. will Special examiner, R. J. Austin was vent public carriers from violating local Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. flSTBewarc of the bogus repairs that are bods Into the OhrlatUn church at Mt Vernon Sunday, tlireo of whom ho bap- lick tho stamps in tho local office. Miss hereon tho 10th nnd lOtli. County clork option laws by delivering jugs nnd pack offered by different parties. Kiln Watson's commission will oxpiro G. A. Prewitt hns moved his ,fnmily to nges of liquor. tised yesterday morning. Klkton Is experiencing a great revi- on tho 21th of next month. Sho has mado tho Rolling Fork for tho present and is Senator Weiesinger's bill to provide val of religion. Rev. W. R. Urowdou, of tho best postmaster Lancaster has ever now boarding at tho new hotel. thnt married wmnn mny mortgage Attorney P. M. McRoborts, of StanElluibethtown, Is lioKltni; a meeting at had and her management of tho office estates for tho benefit of their tho Methodist church thore, that hnd has been entirely satisfactory to all tho ford, was visiting his brother, Dr. O. II. husbands passed tho Senate. patrons of the olHcp. McRoborts this week. Since tho bad liad over M additions to last accounts. Tho House passed n bill requiring A sad event that shocked tho com weather set in our town has boon crowdriiul'H Episcopal C'lmrch at Sixth St. ticket offices to be open 30 minutes bennd Walnut, l.ouisvillo, ws almost to munity was tho sudden nnd unexpected ed with commercial men. Tho follow- fore tho arrival of a train; that notices be tally destroyed before tho flro could bo death of Mrs. Kllen Hrndley, mother of ing hnvo registered nt Pierce it Codey's posted when a train is 30 minutes beOKtingulshod. That's what, and if you don't beleive it see our new assortment of The loss is about f 100, Col. W. O. ilrndloy, nt his resldnco at hotel: A. Mathews, R. M. Smith, Mart hind; that waiting rooms shall be kept goods for 1S94. 000 on which there is 151,000 ; insurance. hh early hour Sunday morning. Nothing Anthony, D. S. McAfeo, G. M. Grinsley, comfortably warm nnd that delays and "The wobabilitiea nro a million to wns known of her illness until Home one W. K. Clark, J. F. Woodward, W. L. departure of trains shall be nnnounced onotbnt whatever Uaptists have believed went to her toom about 7 o'clock to call Munson, W. M. Snndifer, 11. Kalm, W. In tho coaches. Mr. Tyler's hill, which makes seducand practiced for 1(200 years is right. her to breakfast, when it was discovered G. Evans, G. T. Dunn, W. H. II. Ritter, Tho guidance of tho Holy Spirit is not thnt she was dead. A physician who S. II. Speyger, F. M. Brlnkiey and Simp-BO- tion a felony, and punishes it by impriswas summoned expressed the opinion Little. onment of not less than six months in a dohifllon ." Western Recorder. Je that sho had probably died about .'J or 4 Tho Corhett and Mitchell fight has tho penitentiary, has a proviso thnt tho eo. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Bronzes, Spectacles and anyChicago has a total number of 02(1 o'clock in tho morning. It is thought been the great absorbing topic hero for punishment shall not be inflicted if tho thing and everything in the Jewelry line at churches. There are 105 McthodiBt, 101 that her death was caused by heart fail more than a week. The ndmirors of each eoducer shall marry the victim. Should r n woman soduco a man sho will be pub-jeRoman Catholic, 81 Congregational. 72 ure. She was n daughter of Joseph Beom to ho nearly equally divided. youths ns well us tho muturo hnve Presbyterian, Totten, onoof G arm rd's most prominent to tho same penalty. Baptist, 01 Lutheran, 60 41 Kplscopal, and various other churches citizen, nnd tho widow of Hon. Robert taken sides for their respective favorites. A subcommittee has investigated M. Bradley, n distinguished member of So enthusiastic hnd two boys become, nil tho propositions in tho throe bills beand missions. A proposition of tho National Re. tho bar, who died at this place several Krnest nnd Oscar Wilkinson, thnt they fore tho Legislature concerning tho proSTANFORD, KY. form Association to amend tho preambl- years Bince and was buried nt Somerset. concluded to havo n "sot to" before tho posed appropriation for now cnpitol e-tQ the Constitution so as to mako it Col. Hrndley was tho only son, while mail arrived on Friday ovoning. Ernest buildings with tho viow to harmonize recognize the divinity of Jesus Christ Mrs. IUtcholor, Mrs. Newell, Mrs. Scott, represented Corhett, and the more youth them nnd it hns formulntod one thnt emwaa preeuted by Mr. Frye in the Uni- Mrs. Judge Morrow and Mrs. Mays wero ful Oscar acted Mitchell. Oecar claimed bodies Borne of the essential features of ted States Foliate, and referred to the their only daughtors. Mrs. Hrndley wns that ho knocked Ernest out in tho 5th nil, but is original in many other particnoted for hor strong, common Bense, round, but Ernest claims that it was ulars. It proposes an appropriation of Judiciary Committee. of Hi. Rev. sympathetic Instincts with sutlering hu- done by a "foul," 0car having inserted $1,000,000,000 to bo paid in ton annual The 10th anniversary The year past has been to us all a stringent one in money matters Thomas V. Dudley to tho bishopric of manity and firm and consistent devotion a finger in his right eye. It was 11 installments. $100,000 is to be expen- and for that reason I have been very lenient toward those whose acKentucky was appropriately celebrated to her children. Sho wns n true friond o'clock Friday night nfter a deputized ded tho first year; f 200,000 a year for the counts were due in July. Now four succeeding yonrs and 1100,000 the at Calvary church, Louisville, Saturday. and a safe counaolor,always taking broad mail carrier. Mart Cowden, went to before tho dailies were received last year. Among tho commissioners A number of speeches wero madoinclud-in- and chnritablo views of any subject When the result named aro Hon. R. P. Jacobs, of Danan interesting one of an historical na- brought to her consideration, and with by tho eager crowd. true nobility of character recognizing nt was made known Corhett mon were ju- ville. ture by the eloquent bishop. Banks and individuals have money to loan and I urge those who owe Rev. A.T. DeLearsy, who tired to nil times tho merit of whatever she bilant, and Mitchell men were crestCRAB ORCHARD. me to come and settle at once. I need the money, it is due me and bo rector of the Kplscopal church at thought commendable in the conduct of fallen. Our people took advantage of this I want it. liarrodstiurg, was run out of Como, Mies., others. Sho was a member of tho ChrisTo Wbom It May Concern. cold spell to fill their It has when ho was detected in an attempt to tian church nnd was in tho year of her McKi.vnev, Ky., Jan. 29, 1801. turned much warmer but the snow has girl. When he age at tho time of her death. Col. Bradoutrage a We, tho undersigned, do hereby state not gone. was In Harrodsburg he was such a pious ley nnd the family havo the doopest thnt the report which is now and has alMrj. Emma Farris has been quite To my customers for their patronage of the past and hope to ever cuss that ho left a social gathering. Bays sympathies of tho community in their ready boon circulated over this county eick hut is up again. Miss Allio Hardin merit vour confidence. tho Democrat, because some of tho la- grent allliction. Funeral services woro that S. M. Owens, candidato for sheriff, has been Hick ever since her return from held nt tho residence of Col. Ilrndloy nt brought and dles woro low neck and short sleoves. treated out at McKinney Danville soveral weeks ago. Miss Grace 9:30 Monday morning, conducted by Elon one Sunday afternoon last Summer, a Tudor is out again after an attack of der Gowan. nfter which the remains keg of beer, is an Christian College Notes. absolute nnd mnlicious mumps. Mifs Annio lironaugh is still were taken to Somerset for interment. falsehood, Mr. Owens was in town on suffering from the same disease and Har auv. Italy, Sicily, tho Retiring Sea, the the afternoon referred to and was invit ry Mageo and little Hazel Slaughter are Tho examinations aro nearly over' World's Fair, tho cholera, yellow fever, ed to partake of the beer, but had noth- its latest victims. and they havo developed the fact that breaking of banks, closing of factories, ing to do with paying for or taking tho thcro has been good, conscientious work When Scott Anderson, tho treasurer & disasters on lake nnd sen, wrecking of beer to McKinney. Some opponent of of the C. O. Library Association, was on part of both teachers and pupils. trains, nssassiuation of public otlicials. his takes advantage of Misses Lulo nnd Lizzie Mooro and same and has called upon to tell how much money was hangings nnd burnings by mobs, tho stated, or caused tho same to be, that in his posession belonging to tho Asso-tioMiss Maggie Saudidgo, from near Sholby Sherman silver bill, the tariff, the grip, Mr. Owens is tho man who paid for and City, matriculated In O. O. on Monday. his account book showed that all tho and Corhett nnd Mitchell altogether treated out tho beer. But all may rest but $7.03 had been used to defray exThey aro three excellent additions to make n list of troubles it would ho hnrd assured that such a statement is Teachers' Department. untrue. penses. It was then decided upon that for his satanic majesty to duplicate. E. O. Singleton, Geo. L Alford, W. T. Tho teachors and young ladies, of tho tins amount ue expended in a supper College, spend their Sunday ofternoons Dodds, A. O. Dunn, W. R. Davidson. for those who worked so hard to mako , Ukmkmiikh. That tho WiHconsin Cen K. M. Eites, W. R. Guoeh, S. M. Helm, it, as there was too little left to donate to In tho good work of tho Christian En. tral has tho unqualified endorsement of deavor. This is a noble work and should nil, It being tho most popular line be- J. K. Huston, T. W. Walker. the churches, or buy books. Tho Abbo bo encouraged by all. ciation met Friday night in the college tween Chicago nnd Milwaukee nnd St. The Grip. Tho Department for Teachers open-e- l Paul, Minneapolis and chapel nnd enjoyed the fruits, candies the Northwest on Monthly with a fair attendance. "Out lant niKht, and nuts. Alter tue repast toasts were is recognised as the Pullman Lino beit 0 Lot of fun. The work Inn beguu in earnest. Teach- - tween Chicago nnd Milwaukee nnd Ash-responded to by ull present, games were C3-Rod all right, ors may enter nt any ttmo in tho next 10 land, Duluth nnd Lake Superior points. played and each felt better for being Half past one; Those, who expect to tench days. present. Nine o clock, Thnt the Wisconsin Central touches tho should not fail to attond. Feel so sick, most prominent points in Wisconsin, HUSTONVILLE. Fetch the iloc, --The patrons of tho school by specia1 having more business centers than any Hurry quick! invitation assembled in tho chapel on railway to and from tho Northwest. The Christian Aid Society is being Aching honen, Friday evening, tho 19, to hoar thu Rewell attended. Head'll split. its dining car seryiceflis unsurMiss That Opposite Court-Hous- e Miss May Arnold, of Misouri, is viscital, given by tho music clans. Horrid groans, passed by nny other line, nnd thnt its reNever quit, charge do' affairs, showed Bennett, in iting relatives here. presentatives will cheerfully furnish nny Hardly speak, that sho was mistress of tho occasion. information that mny be desired. For Mate Evangelist Elliott preached at Try again, 3 0 A murked feature was tho.elevntod char- full details regarding Kates, at Christian church Sunday. Feel so weak, Routes, acter of the music. Miss Fannie Harper has returned Darting pain, Folders, Maps etc. address .your nearest OF Spinal cord, Miss Amanda Bishop from near ticket ngent or Jns. O. Pond, Gen. Pass. home after a pleasant risit in Hradfords Gives a twitch, ville. Stanford entered O. O. on Monday. She Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. Oh; good Lord, Some of our citizens took advantage taught for tho past two years near has What n stitch,! There it goo J ruaton tor the popularity of of the cold snap and filled their ice' Halo's Woll, and her work there is high- Chamberlain' Cough Kenicdy. Davis & Ilmaril, Flat in hed, Monterey, Clarion Co., P Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accuhouses. Gone this trip, ly complimented. She was s student in of Wot people that our physicians s.yi: "It could do ha cured J. P. Harper and Willis Shreaves Soon ho dead, we purttuded them to try a bottle rately Compounded. Give him a Call. notlnuc lor. Christian Collego for four years, whero of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and they now Got tho grip.', have returned home from the South. do reci nitnend it with the rcit of ' 25 and 50 hor studious habits and lady-llk- o J. Bradford Jennings nnd Mort Roth well, Wo cent bottlci for tale by Or. S. G. liocker. portment won hor many friends. The Q. it O. would be pleased to have of Miss Lancaster, were here Sunday. gladly welcome hor back. Carlton Comwcll, foreman of the Raielte, all farmers, or others who are interested, Sallie Cook is visiting friends in LexingN. J., believed that Chamberlain's Couch Several visitors wero present nt tho Hemedy ihould in every home. Heutedit lor drop us a card, asking for information Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Tho a cold and it eft;ctod a speedy cure. He says," It about our land seekers' oxcursions ton. Tucker Bros, will take posession of examination in Grecian History. indeed a grand remedy, f can recommend John RilTu's store soon. Miss Jessie Mattio Wyntt, it all have alto seen it used for wlioopinccomjhit Tickets at One class composed of Misses to for Round Trip Cook will leave Wednesday for a short tlm best mults.'' 13 Mary Carpenter, Ada Cunningham, Kate with by Or. S.G. liocker. and 50 cent bottlci for from Cincinnati, Louisville or Lexingtale ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ABOUT stay in Nashville. m m BaughnJan, Kdnn Powell, Krma Morsoi ton, Ky., to points m Kentucky, TennesMany ttubborn and aggravating caiea of Victoria Bishop, Lena Kdrington nnd that were believed to bo incurable and ac- see, Alabama, Mississippi, and points in Children, wtio nre puny, weak, or Cloyd Johnston, acquitted themselves In cepted at life legacies, have yielded to Chamber Georgia as far east as Augusta; also to scrofulous, ought to take Dr. Pierco's Iain's l'ain Halm, much to the surprise and gratanm Rlvlo. Tho examination was thor ification ol the sufferers One application will New Orleans and Mobile. Excursions Golden Medical Discovery. That builds nnd suffering and its continued relieve the ough nnd oxhnustivo, and showed that use insures paineffectual cure. For tale by Or. S. January 8th, Febuary 8th, March Sth up both their flesh and their strength. an For this, nnd far purifying the blcoJ, pnin8 and caro hnd boon taken by U. liocker. much and April 0th, Limited to 20 days for therti'H nothing in nil medicine that can Mrs. Thomson, nnd thnt tho pupils wero return. Write to W. P. Cooley, T. P. A. equal tho "Discovery." A Qunrtor Contury Toat. For a quarter ot a century Dr. King's New Dis- Cleveland, O.; O. A. Baird, T. P. A., DeIn good workers. uuiu iho "Grippe" or in covery hat been totted and the millions who have received benefit from Its use testily to its wonder, troit, Mich., or A. J. Lytle, N. P. A., convalescence from pneumonia, fevers, S. W. W. Blackwell, supremo chancei-lo- r ful curative powers in all disoatet of the Throat, Chicago, Ills., for information as to rates, or other wasting diseases,, it speedily Chett remedv hat stood the the KnlghtB of Pythias of the test to and Lunei. Ahas given that universal satis etc, and for literature on the South, or and surely invigorates and builds up tho of lonp; and that so to W. O. Rinearson, Gen'l Pass'r Agent, whole system. As an appetizing, restoworld, has issued nu order fixing Feb. ixcuon is no experiment, tacn Dome is positively guaranteed touive relief or the money will he Cincinnati, O, rative tonic, it sets at work all the pro 10th as tho dnto for the commemoratiou refunded. It is admitted to be the most reliable cesses of ingestion anu nu'rition, rouses for Coughs and Colds Trial bottles free Saxby'b Qubrky to Inokrsoll. This every organ into natural action, and of the 30th anniversary of tho founding Penny's drug store. Largesiie joe audji.at A. It. circu-Ja- r beautiful song (words and music regular brings hack health and strength. Mpw--"jy"of that ordor. In Mr. Blackwoll's sheet musio size) will be mailed to anyFor all diseases caused iy a torpid liv. following statistics appear, "From tho frzM ,. r one enclosing 5c in stamps to D. G. Ed- er or impure blood, Dyspepsia, liillious-nes30 years ago, wards, General Passenger Agont, O. H.. ii nucleus of five members Scrofulous, Skin, and Scalp Disea3 . a n m. . JHIBHBVMlBBRri? & D. R. R., Cincinnati, Ohio. r t, now havo nearly 0,000 isubordinato When Baby was sick, we gave tier Co seseven Consumption (or Luug-scrwo LI '" I ' - "S35rTsriw"T!Tre ."en torl. 450,000 active stages the "Discovula) in its earlier lodges with more than When cha wan a Child, aho cried for Castoria. BuciEitn'8 Arnica Salve. ery is the only guaranteed remedy. Every one fully guaranteed. Oliver Chilled Plow Extras at Reduced nndloynlndheients; over;l,200 divisions When sho becAmn 3tlss, she clung to Castor), The best salve In the world lor cuts, brunes or cure in If doesn't salt rheum, fever tetter, rnnk, with GO.OOOJunlform When she had Children, she g? ve them CiutorlA. sores, ulcers,chilblains, corns sores,all skin chap- cage, ityou have benefitmoney back. every Prices. of the uniform your and ped hands, erup tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir followers and about 1,800 sections of the cd. It is guaranteed to girv perfect satisfaction 170.000,-00Mrs. Eugeno Price, Baid to he 103 endowment rnnk, carrying over or money refunded. Price S cents per box, years old, is dead at Parbourville. A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. Por ,lle of Insurance. W9 f ISo PBRKINI , 3)o i. i' n-J H I JJ jLj ) S IEj ti HD 3 sep-nrnt- o W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. n ri ti Largest SEock. - Lowest Prices. Ton-do- Danks', the Jeweler, Yo-somi- n TIMES I : ARE : EASIER, s. four-year-o- ld AM VERY GRATEFUL H. J. McROBERTS. DRUGGIST JEWELEK,. j A Complete line Watches, Clocks, Gold, Silver and of Drugs and Medi- Plated Ware at cine &c. Prescrip lowest prices. Attention promptly tions a Specialty. given to repairs. TO A.. IR,. EIsTlsfX". MeRoberts' Drug Store, CM(FIL)G!TI1I A ITOOK DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, 1 us-- n, W. B. McROBERTS, 1 1 F-t- ro rheu-matit- m The Vulcan Chilled Plows t s, , Brf!!!!'ry J1T-- I ''a-Cir.r.- -- of " '1''!!prTi ii . -, M.1 0 Y W. H. WEAREN & CO. iife i.V3ft?JsV. . -'' Sri ,iiW!i,i''iHiwlly''yyiiftt) Krfir fyHm ' " Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kv., January HO, At 2:20 Saturday afternoon, Mrs. M. H. De Young, wifoof tho manager, pressed tho button and electricity did the rest. Tho ponderous machinery of CalInternational Exifornia's life and the great position sprang into exhibition, which has cost 1,500,000 and is second in extent to that of Paris and Chicago, was open. It was a gala day in San Francisco, everybody observing it as a holiday. A dispatch says tho weather was perfect. Not a cloud was in the blue sky, and the sun's warm rays streamed down, making tho air as balmy as n day in June. It was no January thaw, but common, ordinary win ter weather, such as California is accustomed to. Overcoats were a burden and wraps ef all kinds were left nt home. To tho thousands of Eastern visitors the weather was tho choicest ii.hibit at tho Fair and not oven the great Columbian Exposition could, in their eyes, show anything to compuro with that wonder ful winter's day. Tho exposition and the consequent low railroad rates will draw many peoylo to the far famed golden coast. Mid-winter 8xANFonD, 1891 W. P. WALTON. 6 OB 3 PA&ES. if lfl ( SJ buneling execution, thin Anotiikk time at Chicago, will cause tho tender hearted sentimentalists to raiau another howl against capital punishment in genGeo. eral and uy hanging in particular. Fainter, n lino looking man of 100 pounds, after a speech, in which ho said that if he killed Alice Martin, with Nino persons composing n plcasuro whom ho lived, "tho woman I loved, 1 party from Holland, Mich., wero drownpray this minute, my last minute on ed in the Mississippi near New Orleans earth, that tho Eternal God will tako by the capsizing of a schooner. mo and put mo in eternal hell; that He The Enquirer says that Mitchell wbb will keep mo in this eternally," took four big drinks of whisky beforo ho executed Friday, after a horrible eceno entered tho ring with Corbett. This it at the gallows. Tho rope snapped and says ho did to get up his courage. II ok. JOEL Baker is a reformer from the body foil eight feet to tho stone Corbett and Peter Jackson wi'l fight pavement below, tho head striking it away back. Ho wants to puss a law re- in Jnnn. Tho backers of the Africo- with tremendous force. A cry of horror quiring that telegraph operators shall American niado the Becond deposit of went up from tho spectators and th sleep eight hours in 24 and fino the 11,000 lost night to bind tho agreement. executioners seemed dazed and awo companies which would keep them from Sullivan now says that ho is undeAs soon as they recovered it from $500 to $1,000 for each offense. cided in regard to challenging Corbett, stricken. their wits, Painter was aain Btrung up Tho great reformer also desires to pro- adding that his theatrical engagement more dead than alive, and this time the hibit steamboats from unloading on Sun will keephim busy until tho end of tho law was satisfied. There is absolutely days, and beforo ho gets through will year. no excuse for such scenes. Sheriffs are doubtless champion a bill to make every An attempt to enforce tho dispensa- victs. smartest meu in their man tako a bath once a year, whether ry law led to a riot at Charleston, S. C, not always tho Some follow is sending out a lot of bailiwicks, but they ought to have sense ha needs it or not. Wo can not recall in xxh'w.h r00 men attempted to catch manufactured news from Barbourvillo. enough to got ropes largo enough and what county is responsible for Mr. Joel two spies for tho purpoeo of lynching A lato dispatch says that secret service strong enough to resist any strain that Baker, but it is easy enough to recall them. officers had a torritfic encounter with that they made a mistake in sending him may bo put upon them. The Atlanta Constitution says that counterfeiters at Whitesburg, Letcher That you needed last fall but times were a bit tight and you concluded to tho Legislature. Nothing less than a Georgia demands the free coinage of sil- county, Ky., lato Saturday evening in to make the old ones do and wait for a January reduction. You purMany republicans, either through ig- seat in ono or the other Houses of Con- ver, a revenue tariff, tho repeal of tho which two were killed outright and oth a wise course. Now you may get the benefit of your waiting if sued norance or innate meanness, are trying gress is up to his full measure. State bank tax, an income tax aud no era mortally wounded. you continue to be wise and to disparage tho ability of democrats to n lost After an acrimonious vlebato a caucus bonds. Sousby, of Harrison county, boy A fond pi rent advertises for as this by charging that run the government, Scott in a Nicholasvillo paper, but tho proposed bond issue is to meot defi- of tho democratic members of the House had his ax to" glance while cutting in the way he discribes him wu suspect ordered by a vote of 89 to 71 that the obcits created by thorn in less than a year wood. His little son standing near he will not give much of a reward: "Ho of control. Neither tho treasury nor the jectionable income tax, with tho intertho lick, nearly cutting off both has a long head, a long face, big nose go as an country has felt tho effect of any act of nal revenuo schedule, shall of his legs. dark We will show you the Greatest Stock, the Prettiest Stock and the thick lips, sparo made, amendment to the tariff bill. This is tho democratic party so far, oxcept tho A real estate man named Akeridge, brown hair, nine years old and 'largo for Best Stock in Stanford. relief given by the repeal of tho Sher- unfortunate, since it lossons the chances of Atlanta, Ga , has been Wound guilty of his age. a roform in law. Tho extravagance of the 51st of the paesage of the bill and Stato is man arson and asitho penalty in the Congress, bettor known as tho Billion tariff robbery. The New York mem- death for that crime, Mr. Akeridge will FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. will Dollar Congress, when Reed and his bers, headed by Bourke Cochran, likely swing. Wheat is only worth CJc in Chicago. minions were in tho saddle, is responsi-b- fight the amendment and filibuster to During tho civil war tho Union There aro not 100 mile tracks in tho which defeat it. for all our financial troubles, blockading fleet captured or destroyed U. S. were averted for awhile by Secretary The indications are that the com- 735 schooners, 155:eloops, 252 steamers J. B.Green sold to Jefl Hill 10 yearFoster's borrowings from Now York pulsory educational bill wilt bo snowed aud 170 other vessels that wero attemptA. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor ling cattle at 2Jc. banks. Tho cause of tho present defic- under as it should be. When it came ing to run tho blockade. Samuol Duddorar sold to B. F. RobT. D. RAN FY, Manager. iency, making the issuo of JoO.000,000 in up Friday it was smothered withj such a Two Mississippi life convicts killed bonds necessary existed before even torrent of amendments that its author two other life convicts and have been inson, of Garrard, a bunch of fat cattle U. II. KING. GKOKGK It. I'RHWITT. the election of a democratic president was glad enough to get it recommitted sentenced to death. In this way tho at 2. Farkvillo Faren has 20 brood mares as good congress. It is now establis o J to tho to tho committee. It is a pity to waste State gets rid of four and with records of 2:30, 11 of them being in satisfaction of the most obtuse partisan the precious time of a y session on way as any to dispose of them. the 2:20 list by the fact that tho plates that will he such a wild and visionary scheme. The intenso cold weather in West John M. Higginbotham sold to a MORELAND, KY., used for the now bonds were prepared Tennessee has destroyed tho early vege- Boylo county party, 13 cotton males at Wc have opened up a nice line of This paper was in error when it said table and fruit crops. In Mississippi the under tho direction of Secretary Foster, $S2. Central Record. who contemplated issuing bonds just be- that George W. Ohilds, the great Phi strawberries wero in bloom, and it is May Marshall, 2:03, tho fastest editor, was dead. He was still feared the cropwill be a total losa. fore the end of Mr. Harrison's adminismaro in tho world, had no record tho ns five doctors alive at Inst accounts, but of tho main buildtration. The cornor-stonwere attending him, it was natural to ing of the new Tulane University, at beginning of tho season of '03. Col. James Morris bought in Shelby Lawyers disagree ns often as doctors, suppose that the end was very near. No Wc are daily receiving our Fall Goods, which wc arc marking New Orleans, probably tho best eudow-e- d county 100 head ol cattle yearlings and and judges proceeding from tho same man, however strong his constitution college in tho South, was laid with down lower than ever. at 3 and 31 cents standpoint and with the same lights be- may be, can 6tand five doctors song. impresfivo ceremonies Saturday afterTerms cash or country produce. Give us a call. Wc will save you decisions fore them, frequently render At a trotting mooting at Laconic, N. money. McCreary made a great speech noon. Gov. diametrically opposite. A case in point given for tho three minMercer county has a curiosity in tho II., tho purso yWc arc openingjup a splendid line of Fall'Millincry. has just occurred. Circuit Judge Holm, tho other night in favor of the Wilson person of Miss Nora Nave. She is a ute class trotters was 100 bushels of oats. We have for sale 24 broke mules 4 years old. bill. Tho republican members tried to of the Nowport circuit, decided Friday S. S. Yantia, of Garrard, sold to beautiful young lady of 22 summers, and , that all banks which had complied with rattle him with frequent interrogatories, in form perfectly symmetrical, bhe is William Lenr, of the samo county, his tho old Hewitt law havo a contract with but he was always ready with an answer only KXNTG cfc high, aud young saddlo stallion, Silver King, for three feet 10 inches the State and aro 'exempt from local and his remarks were so well receivod weighs 50 pounds. 5300. taxes. Saturday tho no less distinguish- that he was given unanimous consent to After n hog has passed 250 poundo it expired. Tho county commissions of Boone ed jurist, Judge Cantrill, of tho Frank- finish, after his allotted timo is very doubtful if the averago feeder Courier-Journa- l refused to allow tho fort circuit, rendered a decision in which A wow and a wurapus is being kicked Companyeclaim for $23 50 for a jury can put another ounce on him with any he took exactly tho opposite grounds. by certain individuals drum, because it was not worth more profit. Tho Court of Appeals will now say up 0 Sinco the middlo of Septembor (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn.) over the alleged indecorous character of than So, and that amount was allowed iu which of theso great legal lights is entiboxes of Florida oranges have been tho World's Fair medal. The bight of payment for the same. tled to honor. Bug-gie- s, its offending seems to be that the man Louis Gerson, a wealthy stock deal- sent abroad with generally satisfactory got his "panta" on and is not er of McKeesport, Fa., was found dead results. Tub woods aro getting full of guberna- on it hasn't A total yiold of wool in tho United torial candidates. Hon. John D. Car- in proper shape to appear in polite so in his berth in a Pullman when tho car His death is a States last year is estimated at 301,150, Pittsburg. com- ciety. arrived at roll, chairman of tho State central have been em 000 pounds, the largest clip evor maduin Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year mittee, is in tho hands of his friends; may not bo a matter of much im- mystery and detectives It ono yoar. and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. Cash Clay, Jr., is putting in somo good portance now. since she seems to be in ployed to hunt tho cause. In San Francisco, 19 brnod mares Judge Pattison, of tho Lebanon licks for himself while the sun shiner; extricably in the consomme, but wo will decides in tho caso of a saloon keep- from Fred Gebhard's ranch, tho last of Gen. P. Watt Hardin, who held Gov. sdy to a "Constant Reader" that liquor, his racing stock, sold for au average of a Brown such a hustle boforo, is eager for Lilioukalani's name is pronouu-ce- d er indictod for furnishing minor h should co acquit, if as in that $175, tho highest bringing $3,000. Iteforc you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than fray again, while numerous and sunthat the Two grass fed bullocks, recently ex man who bought the drinks dry Hhort horses are bobbing up all over the cheapest. caso, the hibited at a cattle show in New South M. tho State. They do say that The Cincinnati Enquirer is now de- poured out the ono for the minor. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Wales, Australia, weighed respectively O. Alford has designs also on the higher manding tho recall of Minister Willis, W. M. Smith, of Mayfield, has taken of district attorney 2,281 and 2.17S pound. Thoy were fatoffice, but if Mitch will tako tho advice but its noiao is not likely to havo any charge of tho oflico of a friend ho will tarry at Jericho till more eflect on tho administration than for Kentucky and it is said has appoint- tened wholly on natural pasturage. There are 173 nominations for tho any other republican sheet. his beard bo grown. ed Arthur Wallace, of Louisville, to bo his assistant. J. Mort Rothwoll, of Gar- eight principal stakes in tho Louisville A Legislator wants to raise the ago rard, was a well endorsed applicant for Spring meeting, an increase over recent The mountain counties have been OFkicking like unto a jackass ever since of consent in females to 21 years. Now tho position. years prior to 18U3, and but a Blight destatesman move to the pauper idiot law was passed requir- let uome Miss Constanco Fenimoro Woolson, crease over that season's great entry list. ing tho counties to pay a part of the cost amend by taking away the right to con- tho novolist, who wrote "Anne," "For Ben Cloud bought for Jako Graves, of maintaining thoso unfortunates. It is sent at all. tho Major," "East Angels" and "Costlo of Fayetto couuty, 01 hogs at 4 J to 4 J. J. a good law as it checked in some degree Nowhere," died at Venice, aged 45, from W.IPace sold to Moses Kahn for Mr. NEWSY NOTES. tho promiscuous granting of such claims, thooffectsof jumping from a window Goldsmith, a car load of fat cattle weighbut tho Senate has barkened to tho Many persons living in tents on tho with suicidal intent. Sho war crazed ing 1433 pounds at Winchester mountain moan and passed a bill to re- Cherokee strip were frozen to death last Sun. with the grip. instate the old one, which required the week. Jesso Martin shipped to a feeder in Damago by fire to tho extent of $320,-nn- n wholo of tho $75 to bo paid out of tho The Four Seasons Hotel at Harroilrmn at Bath. Me. Tho water Tonnessee, 60 yearlings mules to ho fed State treasury, gate will open again Feb. 1 with Henry works Bystem had been renderod almost until January 1895, at a cost of $25 per Is the only one authorized to sell Oliver Chilled Plow Repairs in Clair as manager. Hknry Geokob's taxation theories has useless during tho night by a break in head for the 12 months. Tho charge for Stanford. John Wilson, of Brazil, Ind , com- the main line. Many blocks wero keeping is much below what it would n congressional adherent in at last found r cost at home, and may bo of interf at to in tho business center beforo the person of Representative Maguire, mitted suicide by sticking his head in a wash tub and holding it there. of California, who has introduced a bill could bo thrown from the Kennebec dealors. Midway Clipper. Miss Edna Magley, of Indianapolis, river. Tho Hessian fly is doing great damproposing a district tax on land, by which was caught on the street near her homo calling herself Mrs. Kitty age to wheat in this county. Tho win-to- r A woman $G2,500,000 of revenuo is to be raised. has been too mild to destroy tho pest The California!! should be shunned. and robbed of her beautiful suit of hair. Parnell, and claiming to be tho widow of Fayotto has CO candidates for county the dead Irish loader, has been victimiz- and tho farmers report that the wheat is Dealers in- Prendergast was a diciplo of Henry George and Maguire may develop a like offices, notwithstanding it takes $75 to ing confiding people in Kansas. Sho is suffering greatly from its ravages. The get a name on the primary election bal- described as being goutlo as a kitten in cold snap, however, will help tho wheat murderous tondency. lots. getting into tho good graces of the sus- affected by tho fly greatly. Harrods-bur- g Democrat. heartfelt sympathy is tendered The new pension bill appropriates ceptible, and as spry as a cat in escaping Our $151,581,570, or about $15,000,000 .less the clutches of the law. Ool. W. O. Bradley in the loss of his It May Do as Much for You. Sibloy, democratic represen mother. No matter how old a than the appropriation for the current -J- osoph writes Mr. Pennsylvania district had a Fred Miller ol Irving. 111.(or manythat he tativo of the 26th man gets such a loss is always poignant, fiscal year. yean, Severe Kidney trouble resigned. In a recent with severe paint in his back and alto that hit They do Bay that in a "revival" at in Congress, baa if he is the right kind of a man, and Col. bladder was affected. He tried many to called Bradley's treatment of his mother shows Princeton College 105 football players speech opposing the Wilson Tariff Bill KldneX cures but without any good result. About year Biro be began ute ol Ulectric Hitters and that ho never forgot her tendor care or hayo boon converted. It is hoped that he said if he thought he was not acting a found relief at once. Electric Hitters it especially cure troubles ceased to pay her the homago due the their conversion means their withdrawal according to tho wishes of his ccnBtitu j adapted tocivet ot all Kidney and LiverOne trial aloiott inttant relief. 1... aud often will prove our statement. Price only joe, ior truest and moat unselfish friend he can from the brutal business, misnamed enta he would resign. Apparently J Call and Examine their Stock. AIA.K renny utug store. ' h, from his comtttuenta, sport. ver have. o. Cholera is spreading rapidly again on tho Russian frontier. Pierro Jules Cavalier, tho great French sculptor, died at Paris. The miners in tho Mansfield coal ate on a tear again and State troops are likely to bo called out. ilson bill has Thn ilnbatu on the been extended to tho 1st. A vote was to have been taken yesterday. Tho young Khedive of Egypt Ho seems to makes too much trouble sort of a follow. be a The Empire Stato express ran from Albany to New York the other day MS miles in 151 minutes, beatingall previous records. -- Polico Judgo Jones and Marshal Bowman were each hold in $2,00fl bail for tho killing of Wm. Reeder at n harom-scare-'e- At Bethel, Ala., May Smith, aged 7, whilo playing on n shod roof, fell off into a pot of boiling hot Bonp and was cooked to death. Money is already bolng placed in tho hands of the stakeholders of tho fight, which is eaid will occur in Juno. IS OUR WINTER- Judgo Coffee, at San Francisco, made an order allowing Mrs. Jane L. Stanford a monthly allowance of $10,000 pending the settlement of tho Leland Stanford estate. J. T. Rigsby, an express messenger on the Louisville Southern, is in jtll at Lexington for stealing $2,000 from the company. Uo wan arrested iu Gertie During the coming week wc shall place on our counters all of our Graves' house of ill fame. A company has been organized to Winter Goods at reduced prices in order to clear out every article we build a road, 40 miles in length, from don't wish to carry over till next season. Wc have marked all of our Washington, D. 0., to Chesapeake Heach, woolen goods at prices that will induce customers to appreciate first-claa now pleasure resort, where an immense goods at lowest prices. hotel is to be built at once. An e.vchango remarks that: "Man proposes and Uod disposes" goes tho old saying, but an old maid the other day aid that man is rery slow in carrying out his part of the programme. Tho great railroad exhibit of tho Baltimore and Ohio railroad which so much attention at the World's Fair has been presented to tho city of Let's apply this quotation to the buying of winter goods. Perhaps Chicago for tho Columbus Museum. there arc some goods in our line of Tho Enquirer suggests that as tho cause of rtligion has run against bo many Himga in tho Columbus penitentiary that perhaps it might be a good experiment to select a chaplain from among tho con-- CONTINUED CLEARANCE : SALE, ss M iiin?sCometoHim Who Waits. ed Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots Shoes and Hats COMES TO SEE US LOUISVILLE : raw-bone- e STORE, T j life-timer- 60-da- KING & PRE WITT. Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, pne-in- Dry Clothing o Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, two-year-ol- Corn Wauled. PBEWITT. mock-mode- st K. WEAREN, 25,-00- Dealer iij Carriages, "Wagons, Farming Implements, Cii-cu- it. ex-Que- Get His Prices Lt.-Go- BeTretre -- wild-oye- d Bogus Oliver Chilled Flow Repairs 4c ,a J. K. VANARSDALE, wa-te- FARRIS & HARDIN, -- bo-lov- ed a Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Queensware, Glassware, Harness, &c. I hrd """ Plows, Wagons, Harrows B r VtYjfaJi1 Jvftl f MM4kNStMItW bB&ilSttj tAftfeiriliini. I , . ' ' V"t VfcifiSn 1 f O to Lua. v u. . 5T3I0Vj!W XH.l3 HaTTisl - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Dhklmno houeo (or rout. Apply to W. II. UiRRlns. Or out Mr. J. It. Williams, tho handsomo Fikli) Beoda at W. II. Wcaron it Co.Is a manly fight in which ho found out he could not win. and popular junior editor of tho Midway aNi.aky 30, 1804 ntttio lowest cash prices. Stanford, Ky., J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Thbiik was no lccluro last night. Rev. Clipper, has taken to himeelf a wife. He Blackkiity waa ncquitted of tho killBlipped "unbeknowst" to his friends 23d, 1894. W. K. Ellis recolvod n dispatch ycstei-dn- y E. C. Walton, Business Manager ing of tho negro John Dryo, at Junction Baying that Dr. Hodley was sick nnd with pretty Miss Ora Lolton, of Paris, Full corpi ofContorvatary nnl Normal School teachers. Superior counei In Literature, Muilc and City. could not come, but would likely bo able and thoy wero married in Louisville on Art. Eicelifnt boarding department. Catalogue! and circular furnUhed on application. . tho 25th. May their lives bo of such inU city taxea that are to bo hero on the 9th prox. City Taxes, MEANS BUSINESS. creasing happiness, that Beeing which not paid by April 1st will havo 0 per Ice formed here two or mora inched tho wicked partner, Dick Godson, will nnil school Buy your school books cent, added. O. J. Nowland, City Mar ot all kinds nt A. It. Penny's. thick, but none was gathered. The ico bo forced to follow Joe's example and sbnl. company mnkes it so cheap aud bo much try to make his liknwise. Watches, clocks nnd Jowolry repaired W. 11. IIiooi.nh is opening Ills brand hotter than tho natural article that it ia nnd warranted. Knrnvinc a specialty, at A. II. Penny's. ITEATWDOirTdsT now Btock of hardware, groceries, Ac, not worth while to put it up here. . Tiik largest stock of Dmikh, Medicines, and by Feb. 1st will bo open and rendy Judge W. R. Carson received a telePerfumery, Faints and Wall Paper nt to wait on you. Tint Mclvinney correspondent of tho gram yesterday from his brother-in-law- , Opposite CofTcy House, A. It. Penny's. Prescriptions a special. . Enquirer is n bigger liar thnn Joo Mill- - Mr. J. It. ty. Dodds, of Danville, stating that r . Bank Stock koji Sale. Twonty-fouhattan over dared to be. Somo of his shares of utock in tho First National stories are exceedingly fishy and like his little daughter, Paulino, hnd just PERSONAL POINTS. S. Tobo G rider's show, of which it was paid died ofdiptlieria. She was buried yesBank of Stanford for Bale privately. terday afternoon at Danville. McKoiiKirrtj continues very P. and 1). B. Sttigg, executors of Daniel Mkh. Ki.kn that it wai so d n poor, it was really Cnpt. G. E. Murphy who rnn on the rip. ill with tho Stagg, dee'd. I will a First-Clas- s Stock of good. L. it N., with headquarters nt Rowlnnd, 9 Mhb. Jon H. Kick has k'10 to Cnvo Wk call especial attention to our lino Nbxt Friday will be Cnndlemns and for flvo years, died Saturday at LexingCity to viflU rolntives. of dress goods, reduced from 50c. to 'Sic ground hog day. The Encyclopedia ton of nervous paralysis, from which ho W. 11. Tiiaylok made a buflinesH trip aud our lino of hats nt prime cost. Our Britanica is authority for tho staternont hnd Buffered tortures for a number of to Cincinnati last week. gents 111 50 shoo reduced to $12.50. nnd that ought to settle it. Tho little months. Ho had tried eminont physiTil k infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. The Second week in February. our P. D. it J. B. Corsets. varmint is suro to boo his shadow this cians in both Louisvillo nnd Lexington, Davis la very ill of pneumonia. Hughes it Tate. timo and go hack for a six months siege but his case was a puzzle to them and Mifis Mxitib WiucuiT.of the West Knd, iney uuum give mm no permnnent reis tho Kuest of rolativea in Wayne. Sam Hayh, tho boy whowas Bent up of winter. G. A. Ukskdict has boen appointed for a veur far cutting Tom Owsley, also our subscribers want any periodical lief. Ho grew downcast and for awhile If W. B. McKinney. Btorukeeper cau(r in this district. colored, has served his term and ia back or dally wo can get it for them and his reason was dethroned to bucIi an exJ. VV. HOCKEK. Miwt Maooik SwiNimtoAp, of Hubble, at his father, Major Hays'. Ho got lj save them from 'Joe to $1.50, besides tent that it was necessary to place him New Firm of-His confinement was has lxum tho tiuoat ot Mrs. Frank Haul. months "good" time aud was very much tho annoyance of sending the money in tho asylum. , only for a few weeks, however, when he of Garrard, ouoof tho pleased with tho pen, J. W. away. Cash must always accompany the I.J.'h stnunchest friends, woh in town order, however, as publishers in tho cit- was taken home, and where ho afterSomkkset's new postmaster will bo Saturday. not as foolish as their country wards died. Capt. Murphy was an un Ho it a liAndsomo ies are usually clever man, anJ made mpny II. liiiioiiT Fkuiiiix has boen apflignril Joh. K. Clauiich. cousins, and do not credit for subscripn (Successors to McKinney Bros.) friends on tho road and elsewhere, who to tho distillery of Trowbridge A A damp, bachelor of 15 and has beeii head tions. for A. J.Crawford and will lenrn with much regret his untimenear Kubanks. Tin-Qi- u To the Pkx. Sheriff" J. C. Colson, of ly death. Sevoral years ago he was marSenator Mu. Aniiiikw Johnpox lelt this morn-iii- K it Co., for a number of years. Bell, ant two deputies took six prison-er- s ried to Mits Lizzio Hutchison, of Rowto enter National Lindsay was his bicker. for libation, 0., ' to Knwikfort Sunday and thoy wero land, nnd she nnd two little boyB, one 14 formal University. Thohk having claims against the coun- as toiuti looking a set as ono could well months and the other three nnd a half Miu W. II. Wkajikn went over to Lex- ty, allowed at tho last October term can imazui. They wero all convicted at the years old nre loft to suffer tho loss of a ington Sunday npiin, whero ho seuius get their money by calling on county recent term of court and nro Berry Say-lo- loving husband and father. Tho reto huve much business of late. : : AXTD : : clerk Georgo B. CooperVand getting an I two years for manslaughter; Joseph mains wero brought hero Sunday, nnd M. D. HuKhes ami order for it, which Treasurer W. M. Ciiiasi) two years; nfter funeral services nt tho Methodist We solicit your patronage and guarantee satisfaction. Come and A. A. Wnrren went to Lebanon Junc- Bright at the Farmers Bank aud Trust Henderson, five church by Rev. W. E. Arnold, they Frank Wilson, tion yesterday to institute n lodeo of Co'h olllco will pay. see us at the old stand. Very Truly, McKinney & Hocker. ono were laid to.rest in tho Buffalo cemetery years; John Myracle, KuIkIiIh of Honor. Stanpohd is to have another furtiituio yo.ir; Ralph Marshall nnd Charlie Fario, in the presence ot a large concourse of Mu. V Woodai.1., tho clover depot wm n pHiwenKur on store. Mr. W. W. Withera will soon three and ono ye.ira respectively for friends. Deceased hold $.1,000 iusuranco nent at Altmnout, in tho Order of Railway Conductors. open up a llrst class stock in one of tbo train. d Saturday's MtM I.OTTIK Dillion, of Crab Orchard, rooms opHMito tho Coiley House. Tho Tub Harrodsbuig Klectrie Light and Not a Cani)IIatk.Tio report that I srK'iit a couple of days with MIbhos Mary new merchant Is a worthy nnd capable Bower Company, has decided to sell its am a candidate for county clerk having DdvieKi Dudderar and Kiln May Saun- young man and will no doubt make n plant, Tho Democrat says it Ins been rungained somo circulation without such an The Drug-StorOpposite the Myers House is the place to buy your succeos of tho buninexs. ders. ning years without being able to intention on my part, I nsk you to say Haiivhy Hei-- epent Sunday nt Hon. a dividend and it isgoiug togi ve some through tho I.steuiok Ghowimi Poounu. County clerk G. B. Joun.VAi.that I nm home. Tho business of law making evi Cooper tells us other men a clunco to try thoir hands not a candidate and do not expect to be. that the taxable properdently agrees with him, as he is looking' ty in this county for tho last assessment It gets from $1,500 to $2,100 .1 year for I Bhall not participate iu tho primary better than ho vor did. less lighting the st routs with incandescents, election, but withhold my privilego to School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles amounts to J 1,7 10,101): or and Sundries of all kinds, Pnoi. ani Miw. M. G. Thomson, of than hint tho assessment preceding it. thero being no arcs in town. Tho com- voto untrammeled at the final election. Liquors for Medical Purposes. Christian College, Hustonville, and Prof. pany here has given the town thobenoiit L. M. Lnsloy. nnd the decrease in stock of Stephen I). Willis, of tho Crab Orchard Hard times, various kinds, is thought to bo the cause of a number of arcs nnd many incandeI liKh School, paid us pleasant calls, Satscents and only gets fl, 100 a year. Its of the falling off. NKW ADTEIITISEMKNTC. urday. manager Bays howovor, that without tho Call and see us. Mk. Thomas Iam.ky has secured an Petitions are being circulated, which water and ico plant, which is run iu conappointment as oxtrn mail messenger, are being liberally signed, asking tho nection, tho electric plant would not pay. DBr. G. I by paHsiiiR tho requlsito civil eervice ox county judge for tho privilege of voting nmination, and is now spending his Bparo on tho liquor question in the HustonW. E. Ellis km Right. Hit Elder moments "throning cards." ville precinct, on the --Mtli nnd in tho preached Sunday morning on people of I would like to exchange tome MisTiiKasm McQuadk, James, Murphy Stanford precinct on the 26th of March. tho presont day boipg posessed of dovils, in Corbin, Ky., and West, Minxes Maggio liumel!, Ho cited a Roal A much greater number of signers havo ns In old bcriptural times. Watson and Hello Hutchison and been procured in tho Hustonville pre- number of Instances to prove his point, Improved or unproved, tor time good Stallions nnd laddloor harness norifs Mosxrfl G. W. Hall, Thomas and W. It. cinct than are required nnd n sufficient among thorn, tho old brothers, who sat U. T. CHKSTNUT, Corbin, Ky. Hutchison eainu over from Lexington number here. up in church with tobacco in thiir with Capt. Murphy'H remains and stopmouths, expectorating right and left to If tho statement of n colored man create a disagreeable smell aud spoil the I ped at tho Myern Hans. whose name appears on tho petition for "v skirts of tho sistors. Several of the old a prohibition election is true, tho pros, CITY AND VICINITY. fellows squirmed iu their Boats, but they Mr. William Landrail's employment as my Our New Carpers are are resorting to doubtful means to securo agent for the sale of lands tho Swiss and Germust admit thoy nro eithor somewhat of man Colony at Utienheiui, inLincoln county, ICy., Danks, tho poonUVrt Jeweler. tho requisite number. He says a preachMK.WM HUSKK a devil themselves, or pc sessed with has crated and until such agency shall Is now my agent iherelor be revolted. er came to him nnd asked if ho did not Nkw goods at Dunks', the Jowoler. one. Nothing is more disgusting than All legal matters concerning tho purchaieund sale want to vote for better times. Of courso will be attended a filthy tobacco user who cares neither of such lands of Stanford. Ky. toby V. II. Miller, my attorney, Stoi- and Bee my new chilled plow. W. he did aud wan told to sign his namo to J.OTTnNIIKIMER. Jan. Vo. for himself or those ho annovs. II. Higgins. Come and see them and get prices. They the paper. He couldn't write but perTub Pinovillo Messenger says that for mitted the preacher to put his namo Oi.ivku chilled plow point, three down and didn't know till ho was told Bob Marlor appears to bo rosigued to his fl, at W. H. Wenren A Co.'s. that he had signed a paper to help shut fate and has professed religion and thorSki: notire of reward for stolen horee off' hia favorite beverage. oughly believes that his soul will bo sav- It. II. Ilronaugh, Adm'rof D. G. Slaughter, deKnown before. All wool carpets from 55c up. by John Ikinta, Jr., of Margin. ceased, l'KI., vs I). G. Slaughter's Mrs. and ed. Hols glad to talk with ministers 1'iNKVii.Li: waa in the midst of a boom Creditors, Dcfts. Notice to Creditors. BS-Cand others about his soul's salvation and and got the February number of Ily virtue of ..n order ot r ferehce in this case, Have you paid your account nt when the census was taken and she is is oviJontly honest in his conversion. tho undersigned Com'r will hear proot of and If not, why not ? Hros.". now rated in tho 1th class when really D. G. mako report of claims against the estato The measure for tho suit ho is to be exe- Maughtei, deed., and the crvaitors are ofnotified bo in thn 0th, ns she has now topioduceand file thwr calms before the will bo ready January she should Yocii account cuted iu has been taken and is to cost -:- propvrly verified, beloro tho aoth day of not more than 1,000 inhabitants. In or$23. Ho was very particular in stating February, 1804. 1st. Call and settle. A. It. Penny. der to meet tho heavy expense of n lib R.C WAKKEV, that ho desired a stylish suit of solid 91 Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. iMroKTfio Brie a Brae and elegant Blue class city, tho council has to resort to all And see the beautiful patterns. black cloth with a three button cutaway manner of ways to raise revenue. Tho just received. Danks, tlio Joweler. " coat. Tho Stato allows $15 for a suit for Fifty pieces new Ginghams, Percales, &c, etc. latest movo is to tax every kind of busi-2To Ham30MK line of Ghuwwaro, tho brat ness, trade and profession, from $0 to a man to bo executed and Sheriff Colson has genorously agreed to pay the balance. bargains over oflered, at Furris it Har2r. Lawyers havo to pay $10, doctors Tho oxecution will occur a week from Look out Tor the KOWLANI) IIOTKL. I have din's. $5, printers $10: undertakers and hotels 1'errlll the next Friday and an Inteiuou Jouhnal rtn.ed fixedItright ity rates property and hau it aro $i per day. Have up. nicely s " Hkmkmiikk thai M. F. Klkiu pays tho $25 each and eo on. Tho Messenger is man will bo thero to soo it. price for hides nnd all kinds kicking like a mulo over tho innovation higheRt cash Bar in Connection. A First-Clas- s nnd says the order cannot be entorced. of fur. MATRIMQmALMATTERS. . .. . Come one, come all. Satisfaction guaranteed or or ono of my clerks will meet money refunded I. O. 0. F. A full attendanco of the A Wagon Factoiiy. Messrs. K. G. grauted nil night trains I'hanLing my friends for past faSeven divorces havo boon members of Stanford Lodge, No. 150, ia Teueych and A. J. Wilcox, of Syracuse, at thelpresont term of tho Whitley Cir- vors and soliciting a continuance, lam SSiyr J.W. CVRRIER. requested for this, Tuesday evening. Now York, each of them stockholders in cuit court. O. Sine, Sec'y. Important business. A. tho Stanford Water, Light and Ico C0.1 Aloxander Pence, a grass widower were here this weok looking up a loca- of 70, and Miss Kmily Casey, just 15, II. F. Horton, formerly of thia county tion for a wagon factory. Thoy expressbut now of Now Albany, will open up ed themselves ns being very much pleas- both of Ford, wero united iu marraigo To make yourwinter of discontent glorious summer? If so invest JELLICO TENNESSEE, at Richmond. n secouilhnnd furniture Btoro on Lanyour hard earned dollars in some stuff that we arc now closing to ed with Stnnford nnd her many advanA Now York wife was granted n dicaster street. Ho will also handlo boiuo tages of location and improvements nnd Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. make room for a magnificent spring stock, a part of which is now arvorce because her husband throw tho n.aw furnituro. would bear them in mind in their final baby at her when she hit him with tho riving. n In The best hotel In th city and tho only one with The report that I havo loft the track decision on n location. coal bucket for spitting on tho stove. n sample room for dru minors Kipecia attention and nm no longer a candidato for jailer conversation with them thoy Btatcd Iu Pennsylvania a henpeckod hus- to the traveling public. Kates Ji, is untrue. Sickness in my family boa that the plnrt they proposed putting up band was relioved from tho yoke of matkept me at homo, but I hopo soon to bo would cost at least $10,000 and that it rimony becauso "tho dofondant struck If so, don't remain so, but come and buy one of our cheap blankets would givo employment to at least 10 tho plantiffa violout blow with her ! out with my friends. T. J. Hatchor. " or comforts. That old rusty hat. New ones like it. Off and buy 0 or 50 men. Tim cold weather moderated Bufllcient-l- y one of ours. Selling now at prime cost. Don't go barefooted when A Minnesota woman was divorced While tho examining trial of Bill On Friday. January 10th, a Koan Horso about you can buy odd lots of shoes from us at half price. by Sunday night for it to rain and it That old underbocause her husband would not trim his ijK or 16 hands high, 7 yean old, with loretop continued to do so aud snow yesterday. Newcomb for shooting his cut off and which has grown out about two inches wear that has been patched so often; throw it in the rag bag and get nt Mt. Vernon, Mat toenails, which ho drove into her in his lonjf, right hlndnnkle scared up from wire fence, Tho signal sorvico said it would clear up was in progress something new, lower than was ever sold before. Lay aside those old at Burke, the wouudod woman's husband, sloop "causing hor great bodily pain and gnod style horse and Got a distauce more like a biowu thau a roan. during tho night nnd bo colder Tuesout of stable at Vosemlte patched pants and that old coat, the sleeve of which is worn out Casey county. Ky., and was traced up Indian oponed firo on tho prisoner. Thero was anguish of mind." daya on the. Green River where you have wiped your nose so often, and come and get someLast week, Mr. and Mrs. Mnrimon, of creek to No. One. station a wild Btatnpodo among tho spectators. Hailroad. havo a treat In Officers thing at 33 per cent, less than value. Remember while we are closThe loveru of music Boon disarmed Burke, and found this city, gave a dinner to their children ing all heavy goods, we are receiving daily new lines of Btoro. Tbo noted blind pianist and Newcomb hnd sustained no damago and grand children in celobration of the that Edward Baxter Ferry, will givo from tho living balls more than a few G7th anniversary of thoir marriage. ono of his unique entortninmonta nt holes throughjhis clothirg. Tho Bhoot-o- r This venorablo old man is 00 and his TV. mv nnd that will deliver the horso to Thoiuaa Walton's Opora House, Saturday night, was placed in charge of an ofllcon good wife8o years of ago. Ilarrodsburg Means, Middlebure, Ky. Information leading to his recoveiv will be thankrully received and suit' Fob. 17. Admission 50c. ably rewarded. and lator gavcbond. At tho conclusion Sayings. JOHN UONTA.JR., liurgin, Ky, White goods, Embroideries, Ginghams, Percales, Dress Goods, HosIn her spoech before the Pilgrim 95 4t gets of Nowcomb's trinl, as ho was being taI. Hamilton, Jamim iery and everything new. Last, though not least, to the Ladies. Do ken back to.'jail, ho espied Burko and Mothers Ilov. Anna Shaw said: "I nov-e- r nt Lancaster. Ho waa o the not take the Grip and die for the want of a Cloak. We would rather use the word obey in tho marriage by 400 patrons of tho offlco making a grab for him and dealt him W. B. give you one. The price shall not be in the way. Come now while marry a woman a fist blow on thi neck, which put him ceremony. I wouldn't and ia a good man, bat if ho proves as we are in the humor. OentiHt. as Mien Ella Watson, to alsep for half an hour. Newcomb was that was such a fool as to promise to good a held to the grand jury iu the case for obey a man in everything and mean it. OSc Suth 8Id M aln St., ia oSc rtctatly whose Urm oxpirea Fob 4, he'll havo to Bbooting he woman. I wouldn't marry a woman tbat waa racat4 by r. Leo T. Huhiu, Staaftrd, Ky. got up early and hustle. Mr. 0. P. Huffman, has drop-po- d such a liar as to promise to obey and not of tho jailer's race after making mean it." 1 Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January vm mv ijppwwpw . rwj f 4- - 1 I Blip-plie- B nsriE w m FURNITURE : STORE. u Household Furniture, &c. W. W. WITHERS. -- tf 4M i vl er Sou-son- ii McKINNEY & H0CKER, i'H M Bales-lim- book-keep- er Dealers In Groceries, Hardware, - Woodenware, &c. JSTEW GOODS il r, Uki-I'TIK- 1TEW PRICES house-breakin- g, houso-breakin- g, hog-stealin- south-boun- hotise-brenkiu- i;. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. e 1 do-clar- o Drugs, School Supplies, The Best Goods For The Least MoneyS. $7S0 ... 2TOTICE HOCKER, Th.o Druggist. l! Uer-th- n Estato 95-- ti m New CARPETS. ARRIVING all 1 NOTICE : - DAILY. Lincoln Circuit Court. Are Cheaper than Ever THE METROPOLITAN, SEVERANCE & SON. ; V Mc-Kin- ney - - tioe CGXitlemo ii! ssss ... 1 Are You Heady! Tiho Floronoo Hot!, m l bus-tlo.- m LOST HOUSE ABE YOU OOJLBo New Spring Stock, sister-in-la- lec-tur- or, I Will Pay Ten Dollars post-oflic- DR. PENNY poat-inaat- er HUGHES & TATE. Ci'M i' l Mtyiysa f If j yy r T g " pwyw-- , F4f-iB9- i yi.-T"- ""v n-vr- f f -- rwiwjjriw" wmgT-- - igfc J.' i StfJ&3iiWtfti,s. .iww,i :' It Is tlio Only Tiling vw'-wpijj5g- ? mm a wT1IK COMMERCIAL - uwW4ffyr . iiiyifiwn Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa: A LOOK JUST AHEAD. OLIVE AT THAT SMIllE." (1111 Houston Stt) Published Every Tuosday and Friday 2 m XMSK YJCiVUTN" ADVANCK will be Thnt Suveil III111. HARPER ALREADY DISCUSSES A good story wns told in ono of tho commit too rooms at thocapitol tho other NEXT SEASON'S FABRICS. dny touching tho senatorial career in Washington of tho Hon. Sam Ilotnton of Texas. It wns fouio timo in tho fortius, not long after Houston had couio to the eenate. Tho grtat Texan wns attended by a faithful black from Virginia bearing tho distinguished name of Kichard Henry Leo. Kichard proved himself a good body servant in nil things save one. Ho attended faithfully on every want of his eccentric master, who was keeping bachelor's qunrtors, but no argument was sufficiently iwrsuasivo to induce Kichard Henry Leo to keep tho rooms in order. A general air of slothful neglect marked the surroundings of thoir domestic establishment, and timo and again Houston threatened to havo Kichard flayed and his black hide hung ovor the backyard fenco as a frightful example- to all evildoers. Things ran on in this way until ono day Houston returned to his rooms from tho senate and found the condition of affairs at homo so bad that ho determined then and thero to teach his flunky ft good lchson. Ho deliberately looked tho door, nnd without saying a word crossed over to a table where ho kept his pistol caso, removed two pistols, loaded them, handed ouo to Richard and took tho othor himself. "Now, Richard Henry Lee," ho bognn in n low voice that foreboded ill, "you etaud in that corner while I take my in this, opposito you.'faco to face, man to man, pistols in hand. You have betrayed my confidence and trampled upon my feelings until patiouco has ceasod to be, a virtue. I havo reasoned nnd pleaded with you to maintain my rooms in thnt state of cleanliness to which, ns n free born Toxan, I am accustomed, and you havo basoly ignored my wihos in tho premise, and have gone on in your blothfttl, shiftJoAs ways without regard either to my feelings or my comfort. Now, you infernal scamp, I havo mado up my mind to kill you. I could do so without giving you a show for your hfo, but absoluto fairness shall distinguish tho method of your taking off. Got into your place, nnd when 1 drop this red bandanna handkerchief, Bhootl If you kill mo, so bo it. I you now. If I kill j'ou, it won't mako any difference anyhow. You arc good for nothing, nnd your removal will bo ft blessing to society. Remember, howovor, that no man ever faced mt with a pistol in his hand nnd lived to tell it." With ashen faco Richard Henry, who, despito his negligence, loved his mostei most devotedly, took his stand in the cornor assigned him nnd mechanically followed Houston's motions. Tho Texan took a handkerchief out of his pocket, which ho held aloft as a signal, nnd then raised his pistol with the other hand too level with his lackey's heart. Ab ho did so an involuntary smilo flitted across his face, and instantly Richard dropped his piatol, whilo his faco spread out into n hugo emilo. "I sny, Mard Sam," ho shouted in a transport of rejoicing, "I thought yo' rnly meant it, but yo' just pokin fun at me. Gorainity," ho added, with a sigh of relief, "it makes mo shiver to think how near yo' was to deathl Dat smile was all dat saved yo' lifo." Houston told the story as n good joke on himself, assuring his hearers thac he was iositivo Richard would have killed him if ho had carried tho joko a hairbreadth furthor. Wasliington Tost. io-sitio- CANDIDATES To bo Voted for at tlio Priniary, March 3rd. IILOCK D. S. CARPENTER, At the well. known old stand ol J. U. Green, In rWhen not so paid S2.60 charged. Tim Two K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I ft .Just now two lions pos6sti tho feininitio uiiiul, and dress-cand tlio now wasli .,........1i 37 pm they nro ball Mail tram coins North South..... ........! 13 pm fabrics for next summer. I suppose men ..... it 51 pm Express train " South..... would wonder why in tho vory coldest North 3 a? am .936 am timo of tho year women would or could Local Freight North ....! o; p m enro to contemplate thoso diaphanous South.. . Th latter trains also carry paneneeri. is rum critters" The above it calculated on standard time. Solar fabrics, bat "women I me is about to minutes faster. auyhow, nnd, besides, what is better calculated to make them feel duly humble QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. and miserable than to hnvo a dressmaker in tho house and hnvo to keep her, Going North trains pass Junction City as follows: Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Ves. or at least to,bo nt her beck and call dur- s Hlue-Gra- fat Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning 5:20 p.m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Iile-nTlint Possess tlio Feminine Mind Nevr Summer Good, lixecptluti. ally Handsome Hull Gmms TI10 Latest Novelties For AVnlklug Gown. Special Corruspondonce. NkwYouk, Jan. Goods? noiulnntion for Tho Nobieat County Attorney, subject to the Primary Election, Can be had in the mstlct. Prices lower than the March 3rd. lowest. Mourning ((cods a specialty. Call and amine bofote buying MARV DAVIS DUDDKKAK. Mrs. Kale Duddt-rar-, Manacer. Stanford, Ky. I a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democracy. ! Is a candidate for the democratic J. II. PAXTON, Two doors above Hustonvillo, I'ost-Olllc- - - Kentucky, e. Alwsys en hand and Nicest JOHN II. MEKSIION Fruit Trees For Sale At our Krult Karms and Nurseiles ono roil West Is a candidate for jailer, subject to tho action ot of KinKsvllle, Lincoln county. We have as tino a stock, of Fruit Trees as any man ever handled, the democracy. ready lor transplanting nto orchird and garden this Fall Orcharils of Apples and Peaches will F. U. IUIiKY.IProprtotor. be assorted to suit customeiti at $10 per hundred. The trees aie nice, the varieties the test. Kvery-thi- - needed to mako home attractive and the Is n candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- children happy will For circulars be found here I have moved to my new Hotelland am betlar ject to tho action of the democratic rimary. - address J. A..M(KKE& CO., prepared than ever to accommodate ths public. 64 Kiucsville, Ky. Good Livery attached, and every coovenienc Give me a call. PETER HAMPTON, SATUIII. Has Just received an excellent addition to Ills sto k of Furniture and cordially invites you t call and examine it. He is also agent lor the Olltrr Chilled and Sliver Steel I'low as well ns repairs lorssme. No plows stand higher In the estimation of the public than these. His strnk ol harness and saddles Is larger than ev.r. Has also adtied a Hue ol llugKir, Surreys and Stoves. lllsck Smith Miep for rent, located on ("liege, anil Main Streets. Hustonvillo llest located shou (Joed simth can In the west end ol Lincoln co. get all the work he is looking for. Apply to mo in Ilustonvllle, only ono smith in town THE RILEY HOUSE OWENS, nc London, n Kontucky. KILEY. T. D. 1SEWLAND la a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, ject to the action of the democratic primary. sub- Garrard Lancastor, : College, : .FRANK tibuie Limited 3 p. m. Local ia:S5 P- - m Limited 1:45. a m XSouth N. O. Vestibule 11:35 P Limited 11 p. m Locsl 1:11 p. n. . Vestibule arrives S:o p. m. Florida s Florida Blue-Gra- T. J. HATCHER English and Classical.; For males and females, : Orchard, Lawn Garden. I?. Is'a.Candidate fer Jailer of Lincoln county and Full slocks ol fruit ami ornamental trees, grape Next aesuon begins Feb. I, 1844, The course asks his friends not to commit themselves to any asparae one else, as heis forced to stay at home and work. and teaching thorough, the buildings and grounds vines, usually us, small Iruits, shrubs, and tvery-thin- g found In a IMrirry establishment. Vounc ladies We sell His candidacy is subject to the actiou ol the Dem- beautiful and rates reasonable, direct to the planter and have no agents. boarded In the College; youiiK gentlemen boarded ocratic party. In the town. For further particulars address the uaiaioguc on application ii K. llll.LKN.MKN KK, President. MILTON ELLIOTT. n Islington, Ky. G. V. Kentucky, DEIIORO M-ii- fr he Democracy. Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, Ky. Has lately purchased the celebrated THE OLD M. of the democracy. F. EL.KIN, JACKSON HOUSE, SAM II. Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the acticn WARNACK, n Practical CABPET WEAVER, London, Newcomb first-clas- I'rar. - ".KENTUCKY. JNO. BRIGHT UJa Candidate fortAssessor, subjcctitOjtne action ol the Democratic party. Fly Shuttlo Loom, Refitted and refurnished and In every way prepared to attend tho wants of the public Rates 51 Cm vttf reasonaMe Jftsofafefy Pure A cream of tarter baking pow- E. D. KENNEDY, to tho office of As nnilMkiA for sessor, of Llnruln County, subject to action of the democratic party. ! 1 And is prepared to do all kinds of Carpet and Rug Weaving, Katicy weaving on Shawls, MurTiats, Utc Call and esamtne my work. I guarantee s S6 3m work at low prices. TO THE LADIES. Having secured the services ol Miss Mattie Allen from 1'luclnnatl as trimmer for this sraaun, I (.ottlially Invite the ladies to Inspect a carefully selected stock ol M.llinetr at priies to suit the maker of standing would feel insulted 00., through and through if asked to mako 100 Wall St., Now York. up such cheap fabrics, mid for that or some other unwritten reason and law Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., nil these pretty frocks nro mnde at homo. Pretty indeed tho now summer goods Miners and shippers of the GENUINE nre. The daintiest of them ro tho lawns, with small nil oyer patterns, Try it. We are the sole agents tor Stanford land mostly of somo flower made familiar by old associations. Tho grounds of these Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and railroad crossing. lawns nro whito or somo exceedingly 6 HIGGINS & WATTS. uelicato tint besprinkled with violets, nrbntns, forgetmenots, cowslips and inl- nuto periwinkles and tiny rosobuds. Nothing could exceed these in delicacy, SURGEON DENTIST. and they have such a fresh, crisp look Office oyer McRoberts Drug Store, in the new that it is a delight to eeo and feel them. Owsley Building. Thero aro several now ideas in organdies, Stanford. Bucli as bars, stripes or crossed bars of VITAL TO MANHOOD. Eilky finish, nnd between these aro tho loveliest flowers imaginable. There nro new seersuckers, striped in very artiBtic shadings and considerably firmer than they havo leen before, so that somo of OVIST'S NERVE AND BRAIN TREAT them aro as stiff as bedticking. MET.a specific lor listeria, Dizziness, Fits, Ne There aro several weaves of cotton ralgia, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused bi alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression cropon, in very pleasing colors, and no Bof tenlng of Drain, causing Insanity, misery, decay death, l'remnture Old Age, Barrenness, Loss ol end of swisa muslins dotted with white Power In either sex, Impotency, Leucorrhcea and ai or colored figures. Tho swisa muBlins female Weaknesses, Involuntary Losses, Spermanre always stiff and havo tho faculty of torrhoea caused by of brain, A month's treatment, II, holding starch well as long ns they last. 6 for 15, by mall. With each order for 0 boxes, wltt fS will send written guarantee to refund if not cured Thero aro several new Euglish zephyr Guarantiee issued by agent. WE8T"8 LIVER PILLS cures Sick Headache, Biliousness, Liver Complaint ginghams with satin stripes, and tho col Sourbtomach, Dyspepsia and Constipation. oring is very refined and delicate. There GUARANTEES Issued only by is a lino of now linen lawns from Fayal. Ky. They aro too expensivo for every ono, A. R. PENNY, but how very dainty and pretty thoy nre ouo cannot judge without comparing L an ham A. G. JohnJU. Castlemaa. others with them. Thero is much of the beautiful Mexican drawn laco work seen on fine linen lawns abovo the hems, sometimes three and four rows in graduated widths. Thero aro cotton cheviots, but I fear they will "run" in tho laundry. Tho dotted Bwiss lawns havo stripes in somo instances of lines of thread a coarser than tho fabric in light colors, looking like ribbon Bowed along. Speak& ASTLEM AjN ing of ribbon remindsbomo that ribbon in B required ns trimlargo quantities will ming for these light summer dresses, MANAGERS,; nnd tho light laces will find useful places Commerce Building, Louisville upon tho waists and sleeves and as ruffles and flounces. Agents throughout the South. Tho ball gowns aro exceptionally handsomo and consist of two distinct W. A. TBIBBLB, Local Agfont, classes tho thin and filmy dress for the STANFORD, KY. young girl and the rich and resplendent At a recent grand 0110 for the matron. function two gowns were worn thnt wero worth special notice. Ouo was ol pearl gray satin duchess "as stiff as a board." This was brocaded with great " Mothers' Friehd " is a scientificsprays of wild purplo asters and stems. ally prepared Liniment, every ingreIt was cut princess, with the back dient of recognized value and in breadths laid in extra deep plaits, nnd constant use by the medical pro- der. Higest of all in leavening NEW 8PRINO GOWNS. Latest United States ing tboso 40 days? Thin, washable dressstrength. es are always made at home. Any dressGovernment Food Report. royal:baking powder V. JL. the democracy. DAWSON, of R. Groceries, 1MB Denier, In .!. Isacand'date for jailer, subject;to the action 7 line ot Stampod Linen and Kmbrindery Material MISS L1CCIK IIKAZLKV, suniord, Ny. n. 1..1 ......1.: - JOHN BAILEY, the old Jefiersonlan democracy.; Is a candidate for Jailer, subject to, THF P.O. MILLINERY. I theaction. of Original Jellico Coal. Candies, at the post-offic- e room and see the for-giv- o WALLACE E. YARNON, Is a candidate for re- - lectionjto the office of County Judge; subject to the action of democratic par- tyj Fancy Goods, Largest and Bost Sotoctod Stock MRS. Of Millinery In town. bound to please yeu. o Ths goods and prices are ! flSHtn a. s. price:, Fruits, &c. Desires to thank you for your patronage during the year which is almost gone and asks a continuance during the coming year. When Hungry try one of his T. COURTS. JAMES W. GIVENS Is a Candidate lor County Judge of Lincoln, ject to the action ol the Democracy. , sub- Commercial McKlNNEV, KY. First-Ola- ss am Hotel, Mc- JOHN M. JOHNSON Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the actloc ol the Democratic party. I have bought above intntwnedHoul at Kinncy and have attached a Bar and Fool Boom. the Hotel and J. A. GIVENS Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, ject to the action of the Democratic party. sub- Have repaired and Refurnished better than ever Prepared to Accommodate tho Public. special attention to Commercial Men. line U very and Feed Stable attached. IV W. GREEN. Proprietor. . JES.S DINK FARMER Is a candidate forjjaller, subject the democratic party. to the action of 25 CTS MEALS And you will certainly go back and try him again. ROUT, Manat-rr- over-eiertl- , GEORGE B. COOPER, to tho offlce ot County Clerk appreciate you support. Democratic primary Saturday, March 3, 1894. "Is a candidate for and will THE GOFFEY HOUSE KY., Stanford, 9 hrj t -- & JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. HOYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Capital Stock Surplus S2OO,O00 - 21,300 not only maintain its high reputation, but to add ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine rooms for Ihcdlsplov of samples. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now In my charge and I intend to conduct It so as to toils long list Insurance ARBEE Company tri-fl- o 0 A story is told of two Irishmen whe wero caught asleep ono night in tho loft of u burningbuilding. Ono of them hastily drew on his trousers and jumped from tho window. In his fright and hurry he had unconsciously pulled on tho garment wrong sido foremost, with an effect which, when ho recovored his equilibrium after the jump, excited his profound consternation. "Pat, Patl" called out his companion, Btill in tho loft, "air yo kilt intiroly?" "No, Moiko," replied Pat in hopelesf tonus. "It's not kilt Oi am, mo b'ye, but 1 fear mo Oi'm fatally twishted." Argo- ratal. ? O J? ft? $$ Y r33 CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY! fession. These ingredients are combined in a manner hitherto unknown naut. To Kasa "Woman's Worn. a IS mm r 3 4 31 Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this Is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but br the stockholders liability lor as amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this Institution are secured by a fund of $405,000 Five sworn statements of tlii condition of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated tunes by government agents, thus securing addititona and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as ths Deposit Hank of Stanford in i8j8, then lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in iWj and as the First National Hank ol again Stantord In iS3i, has had practically an uninter. rupted ealstcnceof i years, It Is better supplied now with lacilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts ol corporations, and Individuals respectfully toileted. Tht Directory of this Hank it composed ot Furestus Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W.Hayden, Stanford J S.II. Ilaughman,)Lmcoln; J. S. Mocker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbtle, Stanford; M, D. Kl more, Stanford ; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinncy; Miller, Mt. Vernon M. AZFirst-Clas- s Saloon JOSEPH COFHIY. J H. SOWDKR. & - ad HtLLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached M V. 11. MIL1.KR. MILLER S0WDER, REAL STANFORD. Office -:- ESTATE - Doalors and Brokers, KENTUCKY. Intenor Journal lluilding. PROPERTY' FOR SALfc. 1. Fine Hlue Grass Farm ul and finely improvcu. 333 J Tho Inventor Ah, hal My fortune ii made I Hooray His Wife Howl Tho Inventor I've just perfected a duplex roversiblo device for automatically indicating to a woman whether hei hat is on straight. Chicago Record. 1 9. " acres ,on pike Offered s. Farm of at low price. 100 actes, finely Improved. 4. Fine Hlue Grass Farm, of 105 acres, In high state ol cultnution. well improved ; ollcrcd low 1. Hlue Grass Farm ol 13s acrea, on pike, two miles fiom Stantord; good Hlue grass laud; low price and on easy terms, " O sj Is. s "MOTHERS' FRIEND" WILL DO all that is claimed for ft AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Boole con- Nut Kxactly. Teacher (after reading tho excuse) Sc your three days' absence from achool was on ncconnt of your vaccination, wai it, Bessio? You must have had a pretty sore arm. Bessio No, but I I had to walk on crutches. Chicago Tribune J. S.Hocker, President; J. ITow Meat Sb.op. Wc have opened on Depot Street a Dutcher Shop, where we will keep at all times the best meats that the country affords. We will handle nothing but the best and will first-class John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinnerAssistant Cashier. Farmers Bank&Trast OK STANFORD, KY Co to "Mothers "mailed FREE, Is now fully organised and ready for business wits taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials. 4Bntby express on receipt of price fl.SO prrulB BRADFIEID REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. BOLD BY ALL DRUQOIST& 0. If jt? a Fill t jyV iV i- - C'iSl 4. -- ''OQOIJpadSUIMS'U tmrppY no ?uaa rrstferrad tlio Cold. CASH ONLY, Doctor Havo you nny idea how youi wifo caught this terriblo cold? keep books. Our customers will As we can not bis served in the best style and we solicit the patHusband I think it was her cloak. ronage of the public, we also buy good corn fed Doctor Too thin, oh? cattle and hogs. ANDERSON CAHR A CO., Stanford, Ky. Husband No; it was a last wintci 88 3m ono, nnd sho didn't wear it. Chicago Inter Ocean. SELL FOR Paid up Oapitaljof Surplus, . $200,000 21000 SUCCESSOR toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL DANK OF STANFORD, BALL DRESSES. uotralM,, 90IJ tr-.- xrjuouirii poFd BOSTOgt(J. npis pun poonj uo SSSHBioldSS pas sornot n jo Ml JJapjru poojq OJmltnj pjar, jCiinjwsoonjl- Xjuo puv oesqiTilOJJ mnrasip parpup- ?soq pan atxrrjoj-jOAo- a loqj f.os.od aooia 'wsixvtAinaHU 'MinaHUxnvssAA 'vindoaossVL 'SUIONVO JO 'suaoin owing to tho richness of tho material there was no foot trimming. Tho neck was cut half low nnd had a bertha of point lace reaching nil nround in the back, but falling to jabot points in front nearly to tho knees, where It ended under windmill bows and flats of violot ribbon. Tho other drew was of sky blue peau de solo, open down th frsntortr a draping of whito lace and edf eel Yrith marrow black laco. All around th bottom wart sot blue bows, and the corf age and eleeves wero elaborately draped with lace. I havo just room to mention two hand- ' somo walking gowns for early sprin- gone of bluo sergo over red velvet and trimmed with tho red, and a biscuit cloth with zigzag ruflles of cordsxl brown silk and waist trimming of tho same both elegaut and tasteful. tage in those clay pipes which you always aeem to prefor." Wlion they drop "Oh, but there on the ground, for instance, you haven't to stoop to pick them up." Pdtito Gazette. "I Luuor Sarins Contrlvauoe. don't ceo that thero ia any advan- ffO? 6 ed5tEL il Ileversing. Now closing up) with the same assets and undsi the same management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are at fully protected as aie depositors in Natlooa' Banks, its shareholders being held individually liaole to the extent of the amount of their stock therein at the par value thereof, in addition to ths amount invested in such shares. It may act at executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at an individual. To those who entrusted their buisiness to us while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank el Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busmesi JAMES YKAGER. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty years' expcriooce la banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. cob-titte- to 11. Town lots in Stanford In areas to suit purchasers. acre fiuofarm witl exce lenj 17. Ninety-thre- e mill, dwelling and other Improvements, on pike 4 miles from Stantord. 4 Large blue grass larm, capable of division Into smaller farms. Desirable In every pat titular. Offered low and on very easy terms. atS. Good frame building; well finished on Main street, in Ksslern psrt of btanload feet front, Joo back. Will sell at a bargain. i$ so. Small farm ot 3o acres, a milea Irom Staufcrd welllmprovcd, at a bargain. .. . . if. Harm of f . irr.i nn II. ..!.... 1.l. near v.a .llfcll, Turnt-rsvilltin. Hlue grassland, fronts on pike, with good Improvements and nice joung orchard. Price low. 3a. Hotel, store houao and cottage, nicely and convenienUy located, near depot In London, Ky Nine rooms in dwelling, four loams in CblUge, Store house of 3 rcorr.s All new buildings good barn. Lot 300x3 co feet Fine location Also lor store snd hotel. Will sell cheap ani on easy terms. 33. Dwelling on Lancaster St , North of Six rooms and store house. Good cistern, barnand all necessary outbuildings Heautllul location. I.01 with frontage 150x100 leet. Terms reasonable. 34Cottage with 3 rooms: good cistern, &c. Nice garden. Frontage feet on North side L. Main St., Stanlord. 150x150 Will for personally or realty at a bargain. two-sto- ry ,,rail-roa- d. coal-hous- e, THOMAS YEAOER. YF-AGE- YEAGER & lira. Plutus John, I want you to take Fido for a walk on tho parade. John If you please, mum, Fido won'l follow me. Sirs. Plutus Well, then, you must follow Fido. Tit-Bit- s. J.J. FOR. A CLEAN Williams, ML Vernon; b. II. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; dikictohj: mil mi and m mu 8TANPOHD, KY. Weare In our new stable in the Opera Blockiand are well supplied with Housa Shave, Stylish Hair Cut, Or a Nice, Refreshing Dath Go to Ouve IIaufer. Something Good About It. Buskiu Did your company have a good run in Boston? Hamfat No, but- we had a good walk back. New York Herald. Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, He Is also agent for the Lexington Steam Laundry, The Dtst In the Country. William Gooch, Stanford; NEW RIGS AND A. W. Carpenter, Mlllcdgeville, K y W. II. Cummint, Preachcrsville Have been purchased and tiotb S. II, Shanks, President, urnouts will leave the.stable. Dr. J. II. Owsley, Cashier, W.M. alright, Teller. S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. 11. Owsley, Stanford; J. F. Cash, Stanford; HORSES Give tliem a Call. iaQKQ