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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894020601 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "jggTBgggSgggi.vifiiw mill mwmwnmm&if4WPmiPvnv M.nm$rmmM Semi Weekly VOL. XXI. THE CENERAL ASSEMBLY. A bill before tbo Home to prevent the placing of barbod wlru foncu along nny public road. The bill to lucreaio the pay of Supremo judges to $5,00Jn year panned tho Senate So to 11. It does not nlleot tho present court. Tho Obaceno Literature Hill, which became n law Friday, is tho third bill signed by the Governor to dtite, and hot was tho 28th day of the session. A bill has been introduced to make it a penitentiary offense for n man to cohabit with n girl under 10 oven with her consent, unless ho bo married to her. A resolution proposing an amond-tnen- t to tbo Constitution making n president Ineliglblo to Buccoed himself wsb rejected by tho Homo Commlttco on Judiciary. An effort to reconsider tho vote Instructing our U. 8. Senators to voto against tho conllrmttlou of Pockham was made, but the House stood pat and refused 39 to 27. e Tho joint Committee of tho Charitablo Institutions docid-oon after a long discusilon, to report favorably a bill carrying special appropriations of 115,000 each for tho Central and Western Lunatic AsylumH, and flfl.MX) for the Danville Institution for tho Deaf and Dumb. An appropriation of $.'50,. 000 for tho lunatic asylum at I,oxlngton was stricken out. Ib Logis-latur- Interior Journal CRAB ORCHARD. 9 STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1894. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. NO. 97 Christinn College Notes. Tho Knights of Pythlns nro preparing for n big banquet and blow out on tho 10th. Wm. George, father of Itov. Ben Georgo and undo of Gon. Lnndrnm, diod at Lancaster, Texas, u fow days ago. Tho political pot is beginning to boil In Garrard mid tho dear, beloved voter will bo popular indeed until after the election. Mr. Wm. Frank, of Maysville, who has been hero several days assisting in winJing up the estate of his brother, tho Into Kid. Joseph Frnuk, returned houo to-da- Tho ladies, of tho W. C. T. U., will Imvo a call mreting Wednesday afternoon to complete nrnMigmion's for thoir supper and entertainment t oo given ni the court house on the 1 Ith. They will only charge n quarter for a ilrst class sup per mid admission to tho entertainment. aftercon-sideration Tho democratic county committee mot Saturday at 10 o'clock and agreed to call a primary election for Saturday tho 17th. There aro Bovoral candidates for tho various offices, except that of county attorney, Mr. Letcher Owsley having no opposition for that nomination. Mr. Owsley is n bright and popular young gentleman and n worthy chip of tho old block. It goes without saying that ' . in poll the full strength of s Mm. Vm. Hughe nnd daughter, Miss Delia, aro visiting in Perryville. Miss Jane Lusk, of Paint Lick, is tho MT0INNEiT"H0RN.rr guest of her sister, Miss Julia Lusk. Mr. (With Apolojleito Hie Author of "'I he Dinner Hugh Logan has returned from his busHorn.1') iness trip Kast. Mies Maggie Dooley When shifting shadows point to noon, left Monday to enter Hamilton Collego, And forvent glows tho Held of corn for then ah, noon Lexington. Mr. Graham Frank and sisHow sweet that hour, I'll drink theo do wn.my dinner "horn". ters, Misses Llda and May Hughes, left Sunday for Lexington, thoir future Tho nn old clay jug thy spirit holds homo. Capt. W. J. Kinnaird, of LexThy spirit from the golden corn ington, is in town. More joy It holds, moro joy unfolds Messrs. A. A. WTarren and Peter Thou Hebe's cup, my dinnor "horn." Hampton, of Hope Lodge, Stanford, camo ehoon In gourd or class Thine amber over Thursday evening and assisted On mom'rlea wings to me is borne, Judgo M. D. Hughes in organizing a And brightest dreams before mo pass In thonghta of theo, my dinner "horn." lodgo of tho Knights of Honor. There maidens sings, were 27 charter members present and all The songs that are delighted with the new organization. of joy, or looks forlorn, With looks Mightcharmmysoul, but ne'er can bring After the election and installation of offiSuch joys as thou, my dinner "horn." cers, all were invited by Judgo Hughes to Pascoe's where an elegant flupper was Not autumn's gold, not sun's of Juno Not dowy ove or golden morn, served. The following officers were electAre sweet to mo, ai thy sweet tuno ed: T. J. B. Turner, Dictator; J. B. KinWhen gurgling out, my dinner "horn." naird, V. D.; James I. Hamilton, P. I).; Tho' crnnks may rave In damning strain K. G.Ward, A. D.;J. M. Duncan, Guard; With board unkempt, 1th hair unshorn It. K. Mcltoberus, F. It.; Louis Landram, My lovo for thw will still romaln All puro and true, my dinnor "horn.' Reporter; It, Kinnard, Treasurer; C. H. Greer, Chaplain. So now I come, I como to theo A writer in tho St. Louis Republic With lonolns looks with hones newborn Bays tho sun is burning up, and predicts To kiss the cup with reverent gloo That holds thy gleam, mydlnnor 'horn. that by 1901, in April, it will becomo as black as sackcloth of hair. Ho refers to E. T. 8. tho ScrlptnrtB, Rav. 0:12, Rev. 10:17-1His IIcbb Won. Tho town of Rev. 21:23-2Ho supports this theory has a aotuatlon . Richard Tucker, a by saying, ''Any one can take a photoclerk, and Miss Mary Bowman, graph by catting a circular hole, about They quarroled. two inches In diameter, in a piece of pateacher, were lovors. Tucker left the houpo in n rag. When per, pasting it to a clean pine of glass In ho got out ho tired two shots from a re- a window through which tho sun shines, volver into tho alrjand then lay on tho nnd then pinning to tho wall, where tho growl, Wgnlng that ho was dying. His Hun shines through this hole, n piece of sweetheart rushed out, and, with assis- clean, white papar. There you will see tance, cnrritxl the lover Into tho houno the object photographed, showing tho Ho nppeared to bo dying, and tho girl two large, dark spots that aro constantly ruked his forgiveness. Tucker nskod increasing in size. Tho largest of tho her If sho would marry him If ho Bhould upper Hpots has two or three white spotB Sho promised bIio would. m yet untouched by tho heat, while got bettor. Tucker thou jumped up iiad said ho was around thorn and all through tho Interiall right. Tho girl will stick to her prom- or and outer edgo of tho spot can bo ise, niul thoy will bo married Tuesday ceon what appears to bo shadows of next. Btreamfng lUmes, aa when coal is burnVow. An extraordina- ing iu a grnto or stove. Tho lowest largo Siik Kkit iikk ry woman, lilUaboth Bullock, died hero spot is inky black, with very little indiof grip. Sho was 73 years of ago, cations of combustion on its edges. Tho and was never married. Over 10 years long spot has developed very promiOther Biro sho learned that tho young man to nently in tho past two moiitliB. sho had givon horllovo before his smaller spots can be observed on this whom dep'irturo for tho West had marriod an- photograph on tho wall. While interother, mid sho vood that sIih would vening clouds and mists aro easily dis nover leave her homo until carried to tinguished, these spots remain the same, her grnvo. During all these years she constantly developing with others aphas never boon outside of the house but pearing in thu clear spaco." Ttiis shows once, and that was a fewyoars ago when "the burnt district" in the orb or three billion square miles in area. Tho phothe place took tiro. Kven then tho were forced to carry her from the tograph taken in the manner indicated shows precisely tho conditiops stated by room. Special from fialom, Mass. m 4' the writer, and if his conclusions aro Husband Well, what does tho corroct, only about Bovon years moro aro Tho necessary to tormiuato tho affairs of the doctor Bay, Mary? Tho Wife Ho Bays? you have con- world. This presenta a serious as woll sumption, nnd I'm glad it's that Instead as a ludicrous aspect, but viewod in another light, it is worthy of respectful of something elBe. You aro consideration. Tho end of tho world in Groat hoavensl Tho II. 1901 would intorfero seriously with the glad I have consumption? Tho W. Yes, Congress hasjjust reduc- plans of "mico and men" and discourago oil. (Now tho schemes of the selfish and designing, ed tho tariff on fcod-livwho expect to live always. It would York Press. placo silver and gold upon an equal foot Is tho man flick? ing, mako a final adjustment of the tarNo, tho man is not sick. iff, stop the payment of pensions, disWhy has ho such an expression on his pense with tho necessity for tho Beryices face? of politicians, either as law makers or It is becauBe ho has just put hisfliand ofllce holders, give tho miser a lost look In hlB pocket and found a letter which at his gold and the oppressor of was given him by hla wlfo to mail three his last opportunity to do him days ago. (Judge. harm. i Judge (to tramp prisoner) Fifty dolThe members of tho Mississippi Legislature havo adopted a model plan lars or 30 dayB? "Time's money, Judge. Gi'me 30 daya. to draw pay after the expiration of tho Detroit Free Press. limit prescribed by the constitution. The This session having been prolonged by the TO INCIKKSOI.L. SaXHY'b QUEKIIY regular senatorial deadlock, the caucus adopted beautiful song (words and music to will be mailed a resolution requiring the candidates for D. G. Senator to pay their per diom during the General Passenger Agent, O. H.. remainder of the session, It., Cincinnati, Ohio. d, p.y. rod-lip- adv. Wright entered tho teachers' department on Tuesday. Misa Ciirrlo Cunningham, a bright llttlo girl from Rolling Fork, entered on Monday. Mr. Noah Bishop, of Turnerevlllo neighborhood, ontered Christian Collego on Monday. Misses Dollio Whipp, DollioCowdon, and Amanda Stotio Bpont from Friday till Monday nt their homos in Liberty. Tho examinations are over and the pupils aro happy. Over 90 per cent havo received n general standing of above 90. Tho teachers' depnrtmont is doing nicely. Whilo the rises is not largo, tho work is moit satisfactory, and a great deal will bo accomplished. Tho U. S. History claes is required to diagram eaji and every battle in tho Revolutionary war, and to trace thu movoments of tho armies on maps, drawn by tho pupils. Misses Maurice Rose, Mattio Powell, Pearl Route, Mablo Taylor, Mildred Holbrook, Vermi Willis, and Jas. North, Val Morse, Roy Atutia, Frank Barnott, and Len Taylor, former p pils of 0. C, are onco more at thoir desks iu tho Chapel. Tho theory of Knglish, in tho normal class, is exciting great intorosU Tho English language ia boing investigated in a manner formerly undreamed of by pupils. While C. C, advocates dead and foreign languages, aim will not consent to neglect the mother tongue. Mr. Willis Shrevee, of Marion Co., a former pupil of O. C, and ono of tho handsomest men in his county, spent several days in tho neighborhood visiting freinds. Willis comes quito frequently of late, and wo do not think that O. 0., k all of the attraction. Tho geology class will begin now to collect specimens to enlarge tho collections for a cabinet. All donations of rare or curious stones and of other formations will bo thankfully received, Lincoln county has some of tho most interesting geological formations that aro found in tho Suite. Christian Collego will not celebrate tho 22nd of Feb. this year as has been har custom. In both collego proper and music department many now nanils have entered since Christmas. This has bo greatly increase tho work in classifying and starting that time cannot bo found to make preparations for tho An entertainment may bo given iu the spring for tho benefit of tho Collego Library. Mies Maymu HUBBLE. There aro only two vacant houses in our little town, and one of these is already considered rented, to a party from J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Brodhead. Spring; 23d, 1894. Prof. S. D. Willis has been busy this week making arrangements for bin, next Full corpj ofCotuorvatory nml Normal School teachers. (Superior courtei in Literature, Music and school which opens Feb. 5. Ho lias had An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. several new pupils promised and tho outlook for a large school is promising. Mrs Annio Miller and sweet little children aro with Mrs. Geo. Leo James James Hudson has moved his family into tho Garnet property, recently vacated Say any thing about it, but should any one happen to ask you, tell by Judgo W. O. Hansford, who has movthem that ed into his own houso opposite the Baptist church. Mr. Will Hatchings and Ward Moore have rented eight acres of tho Guest farm which they aro going to put in tobacco. Are Selling Mr. Brack Gray, of Cumberland Gap, will movo his family down this 99 66 week to take charge of a farm In Garrard county, near Paint Lick, purchased by Mrs. W. Buchanan andS. P. Gray of V. T. Grant, of Louisville. Mr. W. K. For the Oliver Chilled Plows at reduced prices and they guarantee Buchanan and B. Gray will leavo for same farm this week, aud Mrs. Buchanan every piece to fit as well and last as long as any made. will remain in her home hero and assist in the collego this next term. The frionds of Mrs. Dan Holduian will bo glad to know sho is up again, quite a sick spell. Miss Alice Hardin is still real sick. Mr. Frank Dillion is nearly well of rheumatism, and is Opposite Coffey House, with his father Capt. W. F. Dillion, Miss Lulu Staurt, ono of our sweetest girls, haB returned from a pleasant visit to her slater, Mrs. Alexander, of New Liberty. Aunt Lindy Stephanson has bonn roally I will open a First- Class Stock of sick for BttTeral days, but Is much better. Every ono is distressed when sho is sick. Dr. Cooper, of LouisvilK hai located at Livingstonjto practice his profession and his wifo and children will shortly join The Second week in February. him. We dislike very much to give them up but Livingston is fortunate in having them make that their homo, and we wish them success. The doctor is a very fino physician aud deserves a good patronage. Stanford Female College. Session Tuesday, January W. H. WEAREN & CO., Bogus Plow : Repairs ztsnEW" af-t- or FURNITURE : STORE. Household Furniture, &c. W. W. WITHERS. 9, Maca-laqu- a 5. ol ht Our town mill does a big day's grinding every Friday. Dr. Carpenter was called to see Andrew Smith, who has boon afllicted with rheumatism for some time. D. N. Prowitt sold somo sheep to T. o S. Elkin at t'2 115 per head. A. M. has 03 lambs from 51 ewes. S. Dunbar nnd Bright Herring were selected to divide tho John Bourne farm among tho heirs, which they did very satisfactorily lost Saturday. Dr. Carpenter reports Uncle Green Bright as being right sick. Catherine Blackorby's sale amounted to about $1,500. Tho estate outside of thu laud will amount to about $3,000. William Blackerby is making his home at Henry Walters' since the Bale. Dr. Kinnaird and Dr. Lewis report Georgo Ann In a critical condition. Mrp. Roy Garner is visiting Mrs. Spencer Hubble. Miss Lulu Osvsloy's echool ia still increasing in numtwr. Spoon-amor- Kn-glem- an To Wbom It May Concern. flro-me- n or hiafol-lowma- n Ld-ward- s, McKi.nnky, Kv., Jan. '29, ISO I. We, tho undersigned, do hereby Btato that the report which is now and has already been circulated over this county that S. M. Owens, candidate for sheriff, brought and treated out at McKinney on one Sunday afternoon last Summer, a keg of beer, ia an abeoluto and malicious falsehood. .Mr. Owens was in town on tho afternoon referred to and was invited to partake of tho beer, but had nothing to do with pnying for or taking the beer to McKinney. Some opponent of his takes advantage of samo and has stated, or caused tho same to be, that Mr. Owons is the man who paid for and treated out tho beer. But all may rest assured that such a statement is untrue. E. O. Singleton, Geo. E. Alford, W. T. Dodds, A. O. Dunn, W. R. Davidson, E. M. Elites. S. M. Helm, J. K. Huston, To the Democratic Voters of Lincoln Co. T. W. Walker, W. It. Gooch bolioves My absence from home and the short the same to be true. time intervening before the primary, impels me to say a fow words to yon Missouri. The chigger may chlg with through the columns of the Interior all his might and the mocking bird mock Journal. At tho time I left for tbo and sing, but tho Missouri corn crop will South, I expected to have been absent to take tho cake, and corn, you know, is only a short time, nnd before now tho have personally eaon tho voters of king. The cricket may crick and tho entire county: aud I hopo yet to bo able froglots frog, and the farmer sings his to mingle wftb you in a vary ihort time. strains; for in Missouri corn is always on In the maa time I treat that my canditop, r result of lots of rain. Tbo chinch dacy for county judgo of Lincoln county will ba born in miad by the democracy; bng may chinch and the grasshopper and if you should doom it fit and proper hop, and tho bot winds make you tiro, to honor mo with tha nomination I but if anyono says there are such things promise in return, on being elected, bore, just call him a terrible 1 r. Now, that to the extent of my ability and Ohlahoma may boom and Texaa may sense of right and justice I shall faithhowl, and Kansas shoot off her crop, fully discharge the responsible duties of but Missouri is tho placo to got a good the ofllce and with au eye singlo for the homo and raise a wonderful crop. best interest of the county. Thanking Browning (Mo.) Loador. my numerous frionds for tho encouragement and assurances, which they have Fayette county has had two severe bo kindly given me, I am vours, most earthquakes in tho lost fow days. reapt. J. W. Givksb. buc-cess. m Over 0,000 people Bleep in open air in London nightly. That's what, and if you don't beleive it see our new assortment of Tho first year Stanford University, goods for 1894. of them California, had 559 students, women. Last year there were 537 men and 227 women. Tho distilleries of tho United States used tho last fiscal year 20,489,071 bush-oI. Were It of grain in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Bronzes, Spectacles and anynot for them corn would not be worth thing and everything in the Jewelry line at much more than the shuck which envelops it. Judgo Scott, of the Madison circuit court, gave peremptory instructions for tho L. & N. in tho case of John Ballard STANFORD, KY. and wife, deaf mutea who were struck by one of its trains, saying that the com pany could not bo held responsible for their deafness. Senator Quay has givon notice of an amendment which he proposes to ofTer to tho House Tarifl Bill, to permit silver bullion to be deposited and coined for The year past has been to us all a stringent one in money matters tho bonefit of owners; to provide for tho and for that reason T have been very lenient toward those whose acpurchase of 115,000 ounces of line gold counts were due in July. Nov every month, and the issue of Treasury notes in payment tnerelor, ami to repeal all acts authorizing the issuing of bonds. J. N. Hill, who was recently sen- Banks and individuals have money to loan and I urge those who owe I need the money, it is due me and tenced to death for murder in Pittsburgh, me to come and settle at once. wears a silver tube in his neck. After I want it. killing the woman for whom ho is to be lunged ho cut his throat. Tho doctors pitched up his wonnd;.thereforo ho can To my customers for their patronage of the past and hope to ever breathe with the nid of tho tube. It is thought that to hang him successfully merit vour confidence. tho tubo will havo to bo removed. Iu a letter from Hawaii to tho Louisville Star, Mr. Jos. A. Altshelor says Honolulu is about the Bize of Lexington and reminds him very much of that place, although the island city is more orderly. The climato is pronouueed delightful, although there is so little variation that even the beautiful spring weather becomes monotonous. The Courier Journal Bays: Tho vis it of tho University of Virginia Glee, Mandolin and Guitar Club to this city was an artistic, social and financial , A splendid audience heard tho concort, which was followed by one ot the handsomest balls of the season at the Kenton Club. That the great Southern university is very close to tho hearts of Louisville people was abundantly C3-- 0 shown. Latest Stock. - Lowest Prices. b liquor-making- Danks', the Jeweler, TIMES I : ARE : EASIER, AM VERY GRATEFUL H. J. McROBERTS. JWELESB,. DRUGGIST A Complete line of Drugs and Medicine &c. Prescrip tions a Specialty. lowest prices. Attention promptly given to repairs. TO .A.. IR,. ZPZEZDsTIISnZ". Opposite Plated Watches, Clocks, Gold, Silver and "Ware at MeRoberts' Drag Store, Court-Hous- e A CdDMFIDETIK i STOCK OF accu-Giv- DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions him a Call. rately Compounded. e W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. y?i3 aaa jjLJii' " pwyHi m wnynwiii injjmiyr''-jtf- y ;f' - i 'iwfewfr'wj,w jpjp : ' - yipilf q y.y,;gWjjg?ylf4.tvvt..T- - ry qK gfoyfl vjVnPw wtyrtyv.$ f!' Semi-Week- ly endorsing President Cleveland's action with referenco to Hawaii, declaring Stanford, Kir., Februaky 6, 1891 against annexation and scoring Minister Stevens for his unlawful act in landing a V. S. naval forco to asstst in tho overW. P. WALTON. throw of a friendly government. The governor mado a strong speech in support of his resolution, nnd got called a "cuckoo" by tho Now York Sun and other republican sheet, but our representative is right, as usual, and continues to give his constituents reason to bo Tub Wilson tarifl bill passed the Houbo proud of him. liv the larco maiority of G4. tho voto be- free, ins 201 to 110. Thero wero no cbancoa The Wilson bill makes all sugar as reported by the committee but it will not reduce tho revenue, as made in it of tho whole, which had mado only a many suppose. Tho bill alsoropeals the few changes over tho Ways nnd Means bounty on American sugars, and as that Oommitteo, tho most important being will amount to $15,000,000 this year, nnd tho total abolition of siiRar bounty and as only $103,950 wa? collected in duty op the reduction of tho bonded period for sugars last year, it will bo seen that the whisky frpm eight to threo years. The saving will be considerable. Tho prespromptness with which tho House hns ent duty on sugars is only on the refined acted is encouraging and may have a article and was passe by tho republiRood effect on the slow and lumbering cans in tho interest of tho sugar trust, Senate. It is expected, however, that which gets its raw material free, whilo many changes and alternations will bo refined sugars from abroad are taxed. mado in tho bill in the House of Lords, Less than a month ago Augusto which seoms to feel, if it does not say, as the bomb thrower, committed his did Vanderbilt on one occasion, "Tho terrible crime. Yesterday morning he All tho Kentucky delpeople be u." was guilotinod in Paris, his head beiug egation, but Col. Silas Adams, voted for tho 221tt that tho executioner had cut tho bill and all tho populists but one. oft. Three months or more ago, The bill is hardly up to tho promises of foully assassinated tho Mayor tho democratic platform, but it is a big of Chicago. After two months ho was step in tho right direction and will largefinally n verdict of death was ly lessen the burdens of tho consumer, tried and not brought in against him. He hasn't been in whoso interest it was passed and hung yet, uor has the day tor his execufor tho manufacturer. tion been sot. They manage such things l baa an amusing much better in France. The editorial on tho antiquated bills that PREAcnEiis aro supposed to bo non- have biennially bobbed up in tho Legisfollow the Scriptural inlature for tho last 100 years, which dem- combatants who when statesmen uso to pull junction to turn tho other cheok agogic, is smote, but it wottf do to take tho wool over tho eyes of their admiring tho riirht member of his constituency. Among the bills are the it for granted alwavs. A flock called Uev. J. W. Watson a liar, at hoary old chestnuts to prevent empiriday, whereupcism, to make eight hours u day's work, Springfield, O., tho other goods to bo so on ho yanked him from his pew aud to require convict mado aud blue. And all tlio marked, to require railroads to fence beat him black people Baid "amen." their tracks, to maka turnpikes let ministers go free, a "sculp" law, &c. All of TiiEElizabetntown News nominates these and others of a similar character Col. E. Polk Johnson for lieutenant govhave been dumped into the Legislative ernor. Wo are for old Polk for anything waste basket this session to sleep until ho wants, but we shall never believe awakened by tho new crop of aspiring him fool enough to want an otlico to statesmen in 1890. It is a rathor costly which no groat honor and much les performance to waste the time of tho nay is attached, whilo ho has a fat gov body with them, but it is harmless and ernment position preempted for the since the boys, who pay tho piper, seem next four years. to enjoy it, thero is no especial reaaon for kicking. PoruLisT UniKHEAl) attempted to mako by introducing a resolution in a It was estimated that 32 democrats tho Kentucky House to have a roll call would voto against tho Wtleon bill, but each morning and dock absentees, but it when the final vote was reached only 17 was very promptly tabled, 01 to 22. There were found who had tho hardihood to go is no reason for such n resolution this back on their party. Of these but four session, as thero has been a fuller at aro from the South, Louisianaians who tendance of members than in any sesobjected to the ropeal of tho Bugar bounsion for years. ty. The other two representatives from that State stood by our colors. Of tho Tun Grayson EnRle is tho latest bird reetof tho recalcitrant 17, Bevon nre to soar aloft in Kentucky journalinm. from Now York, one each from Connec- Tho editor, Mr. G. W. Long, says ho has ticut, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Penn- no newspaper experience and very litsylvania and California, all representing tle education, but hoexpectato get thero. constituency who opposed Bomo feature As his paper will advocate republican of tho bill that they thought would af dogmas, the confession that his educafeet their pocket books. Considering tion is limited is superfluous. the conflicting interests, the party shows Ax Indiana woman is Bueiug a man a unanimity which presages good and gives tho Ho to tho republican charge for $5,000 because ho smacked his mouth that the democracy iB torn by factions nnd then he kissed her. And yot thero aro said to bo women who would give and unitod on nothing. that amount for a kiss, if they had the E.ntuusiastic tariff reform democrats money and could got it no other way. got so wild over tho passage of tho Wil- Verily tho tender sex are indeed uncerson bill in tho House that they forgot tain, coy and hard to pleanp. their dignity and acted quite ridiculously. Thk women are coming to tho front in Throe of them more demonstrative than on their shoul- Lexington. A white woman has beeu tho rest took Mr. Wilson ders nnd boro him in triumph through appointed a member of tho Bchool board, the hall. Othors throw thoir hats, books, and a negro woman qualified as notary papers, canos, Ac, into tho air and did public. Tho latter has tho distinction of other things to provo that mon aro only being the first of her color in the State boys grown tall. Tho Cincinnati Enqui- to hold Btich an office. rer, which wears the livery of democraHon. T. D. Mahcom, editor of tho cy the better to servo the devil of repubDemocrat and a very popular licanism, says it took threo men to carry man, will bo a randidate for Congress in Wilson, but if hia bill is passed, one tho 9th district, and if ho doesn't beat man will bo able to carry out tho rem-n.Mr. Paynter, we will be surprised. of tho democratic party. Interior Journal TiiBEBdays were set apart for tho consideration of Gov. McCreary's resolution 6 OB 8 PAGES. Georgia road, which cut the wages of its employes 10 per cent, last August, has restored tho same. Judgo Scott decided that II. O. Rico is police judge of Richmond, and not James Tevis, who was trying to hold over on a technicality. During tho past sevon days thero woro3G0 business failures throughout tho United States, against 255 tho week last year. A syndicate has purchased the Abo Lincoln homestead in La Ruo county and expects to beautify it into a park and present it to tho government. John Will Colyer, ot Somerset, has been appointed to the position of gonor-a- l deputy collector by Collector Rodes. It paj-- tl.000 a year and traveling ex- corres-pondin- g TheEist Tonnesseo, Virginia and R. O. Ros", cashier of tho Dank of Scottsboro, Ala., was nssassiuated In tho streets of Stevenson by four of tho brothers of a woman it was claimed ho had 1 Vail-lan- t, d-- Pren-dorga- st Courier-Journa- ree-cor- d g editor and philanthropist, Geo. W. Childa, passed peacefully away at 3 A. m. Saturday, after an illness of but two weeks. Thrown upon the world at 12 to make hia own living, ho worked at first for $2 a week, but kept hisoyo on the top rung of tho ladder, and died a millionaire, after giving millions to charity. Industry, frugality and tomperanco he said were tho secret of whatever of success ho had made of life. Young men who want to mako anything of themselves can study lib life with profit. The Phiadelphia NEWSY NOTES. Bouiike CociinAN, the Bilvor tongued New Yorker, opposed the income tar featuro of tho tarifl bill nnd spoke eloquently against its being tacked to the bill. He failed to mako hia party asson ciates see as he did, but ho did not recorded his voto the tostcamo ho for tho bill, incorao tax and all. That's tho kind of a democrat wo lovo to honor. Biilk-Who- A UTKnAiiv man after much research discovers that the names of tho greatest men and wotnon in tho world's history havo ended in "on." If we were not bo modest wo would call attention to the fact that our patronymic ends with those but let that pass. We would Buggest to the proprietors of tho Blue Grass Clipper, Midway, that they put a difibrent fold on tho paper. It always makes us blush when we take it up. Tho Louisville School of Pharmacy graduated 22 pill pounderB Friday. A J. D. Shotwell his been appointed chief train dispatcher at Somerset. Tho Colorado Midland railroad has been placed in the hands of a receiver. The interest on tho public debt of tho United States approximates $ 100 per minuto. Cynthiana sold $40,000 worth of city bonds for her bar water works to a Chicago man at at $1,031. Tho taxable property of Madison county under the new revenue law amounts to $10,092,000. Tho ABher Lumber Co., at Ford, employing 400 men has mado a 10 per cent reduction in wages. Arch Bailey for tho murder of Geo. Redd wa3 sentenced to 99 years in the penitentiary by the Lebanon court. Hornblower'B nomination for supremo judgo was tho 14th to bo rejected by tho Senate. Peckham'a will bo 15. Fort Wayne, Ind., has a Simon-purcase of leprosy and tho poeplo of the town are scared almost out of their wits. Tho Senate will voto on tho ropeal and of tho Federal election law then will likoly go into consideration of tho Wilson bill. Minister Willis declined tho invitation of the Hawaiian Provisional government to participato in tho festivities of its first anniversary. e to-da- y wronged. daughter of A little Franklin Hudson was burned to death near Winchester tho other day, her clothing having ignited from a burning pile of brush. General Managor Hudson, of ho E. T. V. A G., system, has announced that tho full wages of tho trainmen nnd shopmen on his lino were restored tho first of this month. Mrs. Sylvia Hnrdcsty, of Columbur, O., has filed a $5,000 damage Buit Against Dr. Walker S. Havens, charging him with malpractico in causing the death of her unborn child. Nino suits, aggregating $205,000 were filed Friday at Louisville, against the Phi:uix Bridge Co., by administra-totof the victims, who lost their lives when tho bridge went down. Mrs. Wilbur R. Smith has been appointed one of Lexington's pchool hoard, the first woman to hold bucIi olllco i n that city. She is an Ohio production and a highly accomplished lady. By tho expenditure of nearly $10,- 000,000, John 1). Uackefeller is said to have obtained control ot all tho important iron mines in, the Lake Superior region and the copper mines of Cuba. A livo baby about a week old in a little satchel was found in a train in tho Uuion depot at St. Louis. The kind mother, who had left tho little one, was thoughtful enough to put in a bottle of milk. Wm. Bush and wife, living near Ln verne, Ala., were found dead in bed with their bodies riddled witk bullets. They were evidently robbed as a large sum of money thoy were known to have had is missing. The now Indiana Democratic ytate nommitteo met at Indianapolis and re elected Thoi. S. Taggart, Chairman, and Jos. Reilly, Secretary. Tho btate uon vention will bo held in Indianapolis August 15. Bob Bunnett, a negro, was publicly whinnwd at Rueeellvillo for stealing meat. Tho officers agreed to let him go if some ono of his own color would givo ntm a thrashing. His brother took tho job and did it well. Elmoro Jenke, aged 51, a Now York carponter, who had hi neck broken by a fall in November last, aim wno nau mo broken member sot, ia now ont and all In RtillurB noconvonienco wnat- rioht. ever from the accident. Mrs. James Taylor, of Columbus, O., mndo pies and on ono of them sprinkled arsenic thinking sho would thereby kill some rats. Her littlo daughter got hold of tho arsenic pie and ato a sufficient amount to cause her death. A bloody fight occurrod on tho lino between Green county, Tonn., and county, N. 0., between forces of men working on public roads. A pitched battle ensued, in which 14 mon wero injured, Bix of whom havo since died. The Louisville and Nashville December statement proved to be moro unfavorable than expectod, tho net loss having amounted to; $205,000. Operating oxpensoa for tho period named wero 5Si per cent, against 50 in November. William Botts was sentenced to imprisonment in tho pontientiary for two years longer than his natural life by Judgo Lomraon at Toledo. He was convicted of robbery, and a lifo sentenco was addod under tho habitual criminal law. Hon. William L. Wilsoh.chairmanof waysand means committoe, who is althe so chairman of tho executivo committee of tho National Association of Democratic Clubs, has called a meeting of tho latter clubs, to be hold at the Ebbit House, Washington, Feb. 8. d B Bud Doble says that Arion will go in 2:04 or bottor this year. J. E. Lynn sold to E. P. Woods, 70 light shipping hogs at 4 Jc. J. W. AdaniB bought of W. L. Abraham a lot of butcher stuff at 2c. Alex Moborly bought of John Cash bunch of yearling cattle at $13. a John Cook, colored, sold to a Danville party, a brown goldlng for $150 Undorwood Bros , bought of Alexander Bros., a lot of butchnr atutl at Nutwood is tho only trotting oiro that will etand for as much as $l,0ft0 this year. John Adams, of tho East End, sold to Johnson, of Uoyle, a bunch of heifers at 2jc. A Taylor county farmer killed a hog lust week that weighed 950 pounds gross. F. F. Sundridgosold lo a Woodford county party his premium gray saddlo mare for $325. JessoT. Hooker, of Turnersville, has soy that has given birth to 31 pigs a since March 15th. For. Sale Two jacks, onu by Brig noli aud ready for service. Each Hi hand. S. H. Shanks. "Chester" in tho Turf, Field nnd Farm predicts that in 10 ears there will bo 300 horses in tho 2:10 list. Margaret L. 2:20J, but with the ability lo co much faster, was bought by A. Demoralization IN PRICES. At the Louisville Store this week. Bargains that will draw people to our store this week. Tha purchasing power of jSi will be found by every customer who buys goods at this great sale to be three times what it was one year ago. Don't mis3 it. 2c COSKE ( 5c, Trions AAA Jfj exyd wide brown cotton worth Good bleached cotton 4j4c worth Oc. tra heavy, 5c worth 7 4c all other popular brauds of cotton such as Hope, Masonville, Fruit of the Loom, Green Ticket, &c, will be marked down in proportion; 1 In the week and make yohr selection. We will quote you a few prices only, as it would be impossible to give you prices on all our immense stock in this space. All calicos 5c this week, including best American Indigos, Simpson's Ulacks, &c. Apron enecked Gingham, uam.ir t '?! UHiiiA St" !& 5i $-4- 1 "" 5 7c, 4c, Comforts 40e, worth 75, loots and Shoes Johnson, of Boston, for 75c worth $1.25 Si, worth $1.50. A few blankets that will be sold at 50 per cent, less than value. A good 10X4 blanket 75c a pair, better ones ranging from Si, J? 1.25, Si. 50, Si. 75 up to $6 per pair. 2,000 at Ruo We arc going to close out regardless of cost. Now is your chance to and Faulconor'fl Bale. get your Chester Daro brought $2,100 at Ruo Tho purchaser and Faulconor's Bale. was a Shelby county party nnd evident ly anxious for tho horse. Nelson, 2.09, and Allerton, 2:091, " tho only horses in tho 2:10 list that wero owned and driven to their records by We can sell you a good full stock men's boot at Si. 20, 1.50, 1.75, 2, their breedors, and both wore champions 2 50 and $3 00. These prices have been cut from S2, 2.50 3, 3.50 in thoir day. and S4.50. Children's shoes, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c .md St, worth douF. M. Stone sold to Giles Hawkins a ble the money. All men's and ladies' shoes arc included in this clear steers at 3 cents per lot; of ancc sale this week. Their value will not be considered as pound. Ho also sold lo S. Isom one combined gelding for $12u. Marrods-bur- g Democrat. Nervous, flghty mnrfl, na n rule, mated with stallions of tho right tem- Some of our immense stock that we may have room for our spring perament and a strong trotting inheri goods. Fathers, sons, now is your chance for a new suit or an overtance, produce tho lastest trotters nnd coat for we have applied the knife and cut prices in half. most cheerful roadsters. R. L. White can boast of ono of tho moat prolific owes of anybody at all. Sho has dropped Bevon iambs within 12 months twins January, '03, triplets Jubly following aud twins January bio cor. Advocate. A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor Dan Mack, owned by Adam Pence, T. D. RANEY, Manager. only brought $190 iu tho combination sale" at Danville. Tom Yeager who GKOKGK U. 1'KKWITT. B. II. KING. worked him laat year soys that ho has shown a 2.0(1 gait. Nancy Carr, owned by Anderson Carr was takon down at at Half Value. two-year-o- WE MUST UNLOAD LOUISVILLE : STORE, 'Ol.-Uu- STAlTFCmiD, b:z, $500. KING & PREWITT. MORELAND, KY., We have opened up a nice line o! J. S. Hundley bought at Ruo and ld Fnulconer'a sale at Danvillo a stallion by Second Jewel, dam by a thoroughbred, for $500. Ho will mako the season with him this year. Mr. Hundley aiso bought a bay pbaoton pony for $130. M. F. Elkin bought of Eugene Kel-leJ. M. Hubbard and others a lot of fat hogs at 4?c. Ho bought of Capt. B. butcher Btuff F. Powell a lot of corn-fe- d at 2jc aud of II. D. Marcum a lot of bjiub at same price. Of various parties a lot of butcher stuff at 21c to 2Jc. At the Berry combination salo of young trotters, at Chicago, SO head wore sold at an aggregate of $17,000. Among tho best sales wore: Uarputh, bay horeo by Wedgewood, 2:19, for 8710; Eloctra. y, Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Clothing Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Hardware, We are daily receiving our Fall Goods, Jwhich we arc marking down lower than ever. Terms cash or country produce. Give us a call. We will save you money. ay-arc opcning?up a splendid line of Fall Millinery. Locust posts, 25 and 35c plank fence posts, 15c; stakes 5c; chestLarge lot on hand. nut posts Vc Corn Wanted. i6c. Mad-iso- n farm andTradeTTems. Ontonian, 2:07J, stands in tho stud at only $30. Richmond will very likoly have a fair this year. The horses of Clark county are valued at $225,000. Iowa is first in hogs and second in corn, oats and hay. Homo grown clover seed is quoted at $0.75 in Lancastor. Thero aro 73 living stallions with records of 2:15 or better. C. Vanoy has 52 lambs from his bunch of owes 32 in number and thoy are all doing well. Mr. Georgo P. Taylor, of BurnBide, shipped 2,000 dressed chickenB and geeeo to the New York market Friday. As administrator of J. S. Hays, I will sell at public outcry on next Monday, county court day, a combined bay gelding. Terms cash. P. Reid. , by Electioneer, $730; Nutwood Wilkt-s(Successor to Geo. D. Wcaren.) bay horeo, seven yoars old, dam Maggio Mosser, by Georgo Wilkes, $020. H. F. Hollonmyer, tho Lexington nurseryman, who is authority in such matters, writes the Danvillo Advocate that he believes tho Kentucky peach crop has been sevoroly injured. Ho says Saddles, Harness, I lay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year tho loss is not total and that during the and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. 59 years betwoon 1811 and tho present time ho has nover known tho crop to bo "winter" killod after Jan. 15. The sale of Judge Morrow for $1,000 Before you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than a day or two since at Now Orleans illusthe cheapest. trates better than can anything olso that W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. tho valuo of a thoroughbred is almost entirely dependent on hia ability to earn money. Two years ago $15,000 could havo beon got for him, and ovon yot, wero racing in progress in New Jersey, - OF ho would oasily havo brought moro than double tho amount paid. Mr. Charlie L. Railoy, of Versailles, in a lottor to Rider and Driver, Now York, Bayr "My idea of a saddlo horeo t is ono that haB a fast plain, or walk; a slow cantor (for every horso can gallop,) bounding well up forward nnd low behind; with regular, trno, clean trot, lifting or bending tho kneo only enough to inauro elasticity and froodom from tripping; head up, tail up, light in hand, full of fire yot tractable Such is Is the only one authorized to sell Oliver Chilled Plow Repairs in Stanford. the horso I liko to rido, and such is the sell as far as mouoy and kind I buy and my best judgmont can procure." In answer to tho question, doea farming pay? Mr. O. Vanoy hands us tho following, which goes to provo that it does Dealers in pay with him. Mr. Vanoy owns a farm of 103 acres but has rontod 40 ncres more and tho following is what ho sold Lambs and from tho 143 acre farm. G5; whoat, f 140; hay, $C0;corm wool, $393 nnd foddor f 495; hogs, $39.40; making in all $1,128,05, Ho has loft at homo 140 barV rels of corn, a lot of whoat and a sufilcont amount of pork, lard and the liko tosnp- ply hia largo family ot 10 people. It will thus bo aeon that Mr. Vanoy haa supported his family and has Bold from his farm a sufilcont amount to lay up a Bnug Call and Examine their Stock. sum for a rainy day. B. K. WEAREN, Dealer iii Carriages, Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, Get His Prices flat-foo- Bops Oliver Chilled Flow Repairs J. K. VANARSDALE, FARRIS & HARDIN, Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Queensware, Glassware, Harness, &c. Plows, Wagons,Harrbws t&&&n .Jhf t Mf f VifcjtUM w wrt !VI tJjS a&M i )LW AJkJ- - h,&jMMi mrttet&i&& fcAA 1" T f"7 r' '5r ! ijf t"' "V SJJJInTvr-'- " .jwk-,- . c . ffr ilj-.v- "' upNpy'P" " "V Pr1.T,rwii!r.yr''r ' HMJXMi1! ' '" f fnfisf'ifc ffWy'yP'T''w) '"'f'" '" r - ' 1TJ Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Stanford, Ky., E. C. Another candidato takes his congo CHURMAFFAIRS. from tho noblo army of nspirants for Fiklii goods nt W. II. Wcnron & Oo.b jailer. Mr. W. L. Dawson, a clover man Thero have been 107 ndditionstothe nt the lowest cash prices. West Broadwny Methodist church, Lounnd a good democrat, bows himself out Fnimi?AnY 6, 1891 isville, in tho threo months that Rev. G. Whitk goods, hamburgs, laces, ging- in n card which will bo found iu this m m New goods at Danks', the Jowoler. NIEW STOCKo Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Iron Wagon Material, , n Walton, MEANS Business Manager BU8IHESS. sup-plie- hams, towels, table linens, napkins, carpets, etc. Soverunco fc Son. open n gonor- nl stock of merchandise in his now Btoro room on Kaat Mnin Street, about tho 20th. FiOitKMCK will issue. Mn. J. C. s Boy your school books nrul Bchool ol nil kinds nt A. It. Penny's. Watciiks, clocks nntl jewelry repaired St. Vai.kntint.'s day is drawing near and wnrruntod. Kngraviiu n specialty, and the windows of tho drug stores nre nt A. It. Penny's. Drugs. Medipines, bedeekod with n beautiful (?) lino of Tine largest stock of Perfumery, Pnints and Wnil Paper nt comics. A. H. Penny's. Prescription;! a Bpecinl- Wii.uk, the 10yeroid sou of bridgo carpenter Tharp, had his right nrm brok en while playing in tho yards nt Kow-lau- d PERSONAL POINTS. Saturdny. Amikiit IIommbl has posted notices stating thnt he will inako npplicntion Monday, county court day, for license to soil spiritous, vinous and malt liquors in the Ball property at Rowland where he is now running n restaurant. Pi'tiuc court-hous- Wallace K. Vnr-no- n, candidato for county judge, will address the domocracy of Lincoln county at the on county court day Fob. 12th, LSI) I, at 1 o'clock i m. His opponent hns been invited to be present. m m Miss Katk IIoui.k, of llustonvillo, is teaching u cIiwh in muBic nt Corbin. Mn. T. S. Mii.i.aii, of Garrnrd, went up Saturday to aeo his relntlvea nt Mt. Vernon. Mil. W. M. Avvvv, of Middleeboro, wah n passenger on Friday's northbound train. Miss Octavia SiziiMoni: ban returned from n protracted visit to relatives in IxMiisvlllu. Mkhdamks A. KHundmcv nnd Lizzie McAlister, of Uoylo, visited rolatives here Friday. Mn. H. G. Ai.roni) is back from n month's visit to his daughter in Lincoln county, Tenn. JoKSnvKUANCKnnd Will Kmbry, attending rchool nt Lexington, spent Suu-dwith their homefolks here. Mh. James P. Hlibh, of Loxington, has bon visiting his Hister, Mrs. John II. HigghiH, who rontluues (juito sick. Courier-Journcontnins u very fair picture of Mls Kllnn Owsley, of IjuiciiMter, who is as beautiful as bIio is winsoine. Mn. Jok 11. HocKKit, who is now in the shoo business iu Kansas City, was here for n few hours Sunday, the guest of his mother mid brother. Mus. Lirr.iK Kirs, of Grand Junction Colorado, who has been visiting her Mis. Dr. J. K. Vnn Arsdnle, left Saturday to visit rolatives at loxington. Mns. It. ,M. Jaikboh, who wont to Louisville some time since to undergo nn operntion, his returned much improved in health and spirits. Iondon al v Tin: old reliable is again in tho groWo cery, hardware aud stove businoBH. An Ohio cronmory which costs $1,500 refer to Mr. W. II. Higgina, who has has just been sold for IrtlO. Kven nt been like a fish out of water ever since that price tho purchaser got n bad bar- he Bold out. Read his ad. nn.l call oil gain, if he manages it like the one hero him. Kvorything he has is fresh and was. lino nnd marked nt tho lowest figures. Hank Stock roil Sau:. Twenty-fou- r Mad Doo. Messrs Perry Hufl'man, shares of stock in tho First National Charlio Withers and Ed Owens shot nnd Hank of Stnnford for sale privately. 8. killed a mad dog Sunday morning on the P. and I). 11. StHgg, executors of Daniel Danville piko just beyond the Stagg, dee'd. s It was n big, yellow dog nnd had bitten Wk hnvo given you tho month of Jan- a number of tho canines nbout town beuary to settle your account. So you may fore he was stopped in his mad career. expect to hear from us by stntomont or Tiik eminent blind pianist, Edward see uh iu person, Prepare to soltlo. Baxter Perry, will givo n recital nt Wnl. Severance A Son. ton's Opera I louse, Feb. 17th. Those Aitkii to day it will bo Postmaster who have hoard him Bay ho ia nlmoRt Bout, if you please. Mrs. Courts will without n peer with his favorite instrutransfgr tho fixtures over to Mr. ment. Admission 50c. Tickets on enlu Kent and once more n democrat will nt Mi R drug store aud nt the Col handle the mails in Stanford. logo by Miss MullhouHc. toll-gatm I have about completed my stock of goods which is composed of F. Campbell has been psstor. Rev. John Bell Gibson will preach nt Rush Branch church Sunday mornQueens-wareing next, on tho subject: "Condition of Church Success," and hopes to have as many members present as possible. Plows, Salt, Lime, Cement, &c, all bought at the lowest CASH J. V. McNaraara, the ex priest who PRICE, and having no old stock to carry, I am able to give prices lectured in Louisville somo time ngo, will be was found guilty at Independence, Mo., that on tho charge of slandering Catholic priests. Ho was sentenced to a jcir in jail and fined 500. To Investivate. Appreciating the favors shown me heretofore I In his letter to the Kentucky Ma th again ask a share of your patronage. Respectfully, odist from this place, Uv W. E. Ar nold Bays: Since conference we have had on the Stanford and McKendree IlcNNiE Weakkn, Clerk. charge about 150 snntitlcutions, 100 con w mmrm mwuiswi versions and 78 ndditions to the church. A eevtro gale visited North Ala baina Saturdny night and did much dam nge. A Congregational church, in which the Christian Endeavor Society was in Dealer in Oliver Chilled and Bucher & Gibbs Imperial session, was blown down and every one of tho CO persons in attendance was injured, several being killed outright and n number fatally hurt. TO T4DUM INTffilMllllSTo W. H. BIGGINS. i "Wo Mo PERKINS, j 'Swim: John Ki.us has bought of John Itili'e, of llustonvllle, his stock of groceries, hardware, Ac., nnd went up yesterday to take chnrgo. Wo nre glad to state that his excellent family will remain here. sin-te- r, Kcho. Piiok. 0. II. Holmka has concluded to go to Danvlllo to enter Centre Oollego when his term nt the Public school expires. Mr. W. S. Hunch will teach the school in his stead and Miss Cettio Thurmond will continue as assistant. Tiik loroly nnd lovable Miss Kiln who has been visiting tho Miss es OwBloy, left yesterday for her home in Franklin. All of tho young men look disconsolate, nnd two at lewt are incon Holnble. Ticket to the county sat of Simpson will now bo in such demand that the I & N. can soou reatoro its Mc-Klwa- trainmen's wtes CITY AND VICINITY. Danks, tho people's Jeweler. Wkkatii plus, Danks'. now novelty a) Skki oats, clover and timothy nt W. II. MigKiuH. Fnanit Yellow Butter wanted nt A. A. Warren's nt once. Nkw barrel of pure sorghum at Mc- - Kinney it Hockor's. Naw Hue of solid gold neck chains and broaat pins nt Danks'. Stoi- - nnd see the New Progress cook stoves nt W. II. Wiggins. till the primary nnd tho camlidntes, for the various olllcee, aro working day and night. They MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. nre all confident of bikvosm but many of Miss Gertrude Righter, tho pretty ihem are no doubt whistling to keep up soprano, who was hero with Hey wood's their courage. Celebrities, was married last week. Tiik meeting of the Caledonian Society Marriage license was issued yester ntTurnersvillo was poaponnd Saturday day to Marc Louis lientoti to wed Miss night on account of theinclomont wenth-or- , Sophie Goopp at Ottenhoitn. As until next Saturday night, when the their names indicate, they are both from .Stanford band nnd orchestra will bo the Fndorlnnd. present nnd discourso somo delightful At Monticollo, III., Thomas Loyd music. nnd fought over n young Tuosit having claims ngninst tho coun- lady with whom both of them wero in ty, allowed at tho laat October term can loye. Ixiyd ussd bra.se knucks nnd gave get their money by railing on county Stuckor a beating, from tho effects of clerk George B. Cooper and getting an which ho died. Miss Mollio Morris, of Tuscumbia, order for it, which Treasurer W. M. Bright at tho Farmers Hank and Trust Ala., while standing before the fire in her night garments, was warned by her Co's olllco will pay. companions not to get too closo. "I have Tiik quickest and beat way to go from been disappointed in lovo and don't caro here to Cincinnati in the night time is if I burn up," was her reply. Almost via Livingston and the Kentucky Cen- instantly her clothes caught and before tral Division of tho L. it N. Leaving the flames could be extinguished she here nt midnight you make closo con- was burnod to a criip. nection with a tine train to tho Queen Miss Paulino, daughter of City and arrive there at 7 a. m. Returntary Whitney and George Vanderbilt aro ing you leave there at S p. m. nnd get said to bo engaged and will marry after he re nt It: 3- - a. m. Lent WhL'o on a visit to tho Vanderbilt place at Ashoville, N. 0., Miss Whit11b came, ho saw, he struck for his Thu hole, whllo winter got again In tho sad- ney fell and sprained hor aukle. dle to hold sway until the end of his prospective young millionaire wont to time and linger two weeks in the lap of hor relief and during her enforced conspring. It began to turn cold in n short finement helped her to while away tho time after the ground hog saw his shad- long hours. Thu result was love, and ow and by Saturday night a snow etorm engagemont ami we nope it win uo as was raging, which continuod at intorvala tho novelists say: thoy wore marriod Sunday. Yesterday was bright and and over afterwards lived happily to gather clear with tho mercury down to 15 in tho morning. DEATH'S OOINCS. to-da- It is less than a month To the Puiilic Circumstances, over Double Shovel Plows, Plow Harness and which I hnvo no control, renders it expedient for mo to withdraw from tho race for jailor. I want it distinctly understood that I do so of my own free will and in tho interest of no one. I thank I am the only authorized Agent in the East End of the county for my friends for their promised assiotance, I3eware of the bogus repairs that are Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. Very respectfully, W. L. Dawson. It is now said that Peckham's nom- offered by different parties. ination will be fivorably reported hvtim judiciary committee of the Senate nnd Senator Lindsay will vote for confirma tion, in (lellanco of Legislative instrucTiikhk is one industry that grows nnd tions. llounelies in spite of tnrifl bills or hard NKW AnVEtrnSKMENTS. times. We refer to the infant industry. A third boy was added to tho family of W. M. McCormack, n few days ago, and I na they will nil be good democrats, we extend congratulations to him und his The Drug-StorOpposite the Myers House is the place to buy your I would like to exchange Home good wife anil bid them Godspeed. IF I B L 3D SEEDS. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. DRUGGIST. DR. S. G. HOCKER, e XTOTICE In 11 Roal Estate Corbin, Ky., Improved er un proved, lor nme mmd lalilnna ad id hanicM hort I). T CUKSTNUT, Corbin, Ky SJ- - Drugs, School Supplies, School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. Lincoln Circuit Court. It. II. Hroimigh, Ailm'rvf D. G Slaughter, I'M., v I). (J SUurI ter' lirs.and Crcdiior,Defts. Notice to Creditors. 1T virtue of an order ot rrfemico In this cae, tho underiig.ed I'oro'r will her jirooi of and maku report of claims against the estato of D. G. flauchtei, deed., and the creditors are notified to produce and file tliwr c.aimi before the properly verified, before the 10th day of 1'ebruary, iSyi. 94 The Best Goods For The Least Money- Call and see us. Frank-Stucko- r, DH. S. G. HOCZEB, Tlio Druggist. m Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. R.C.WARREN, COMMISSIONER'SSALE LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. The Second National Bank of Ashland, Ky. vs. C. II. Coleman and others. Pursuant to a Jttdcmf nt of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered in the above action at its October term, 1893, the undersigned Commissioner will, the court house door in tho town of Stanford, Ky. on, 1'llT., Monday, Feb. 12th, 1894, Iietwecn thehnurs of n a. m. anil 3 p. m . It bel't; county court day for Lincoln county. ntU at public outcry to the highest bidder, the follewlnn berelnalter described property, situated and lying in the county ol Lincoln, Stale of Kentucky, 011 the waters of DIx River, Immediately ou the Stanford & Crab Orchard turnpike road and about miles from Stanford. The property directed to be sold by the judgment htrein consists of a Tract of Land ox-Sec- re White : Goods ! HAMSURCrS, Containing 105 Acres 3 - Roods, Wiutb wore issued for Joseph Cotfey, Thos. Dalton nnd a painter namod AlWantkd pnnta to mnko nnd coats to len, of Rowlnnd, for selling and giving whisky to "Santa Claus" Dalton, tho bind. Mrs. Julia Hughes. worst kind of an inebriate, nnd Saturday cottaga on Lo- they were all tried before Judgo Caraon. Foil Uskt. Four room It was proven that Dalton had gotten no gnn nvenuo. U. 0. Withers. whisky nt Mr. Coffey's nnd that Mr. DalOmvkk chilled plow poin ts, throe for ton sold Allen tho whisky, and that ho, Allen, gave it to Santa Clans, not knowjl, nt W. II. Wwiriin A Co.'s. ing ho was nn inebrinto. As ignornnce HAVKyou paid your account at is nn excuso in this particular law Alton Bros.'? If not, why not ? was not lined and the wholo thing was Mc-Kin- noy John A. Judy one of tho most prom-ino- nt farmers of Clark county is dead. Mrs. Eugeno Price, aged 103, died in Knox county on tho 2(ith. Sho was the mother of ten children, four of whom survive her. Mrs. Sarah M. Newland, rolict of the late Dudley Newland, died nt Mr. 0. P. Newland's Sunday morning at 2 o'clock, agod 05. For a week or more sho had beon ill of pneumonia and grip and while it was thought bIio could not it was not boloivod that hor end would come so soon. Mrs. Newland, was on a visit to hor nophow, who lives at hor old homo, which was sold when her husband died and it really looks as if sho returned to the old placo to Bpend tho last momonta of her well spent lifo. About a month ago she came from Madi son, wiioro suo has lor several years liv ed, and sin co has been visiting her many rolatives in this soction. Sho Boomed to be uneasy until alio went to Mr. Otis Newland's but as soon ns sho got to the old homestead, was perfectly contented. A few diiyp aftor her arrival she bocamo sick and growing continually worse, Mrs. Newland died as above Btated. was a Miss Cochran nnd was a sploudid A dovout woman in every particular. member of tho Presbyterian Baptist church, she followed the teachings of that boliof nnd lived a consistent christian lifo. No children blessed the'.union of Mr. and Mrs. Newland, but using tho expression of Mr. T. D. Nowland, a nophow of tho good old couple thoy raised, and raised well as many children as most any family. Tho funeral occurred at Mr. Otis Newland's nt 10 o'clock yesterday morning, after which the remains wero takon to Buflalo cemetery and laid besides those of hor husband. Dr. P. G. Walker, a colored physician from Baltimore, has located in Henderson. He is a graduate of Harvard University, and como highly recommended. Well improved with a new dwelling- home, outhouses and barn. The said 'I ract of land is bounded by the lands of John S. Owslev, William M LaiAcy.John llclmn, Hen Richardson, and oth ets The farm is commonly called the Katon Tarm and where defendants now reside. The said Farm, or enough thereof, will be a Id lor the purpose of resli'ing a fun i sulMdent to satisfy the following debts in the order named : First the debt ol the First National Hank of Stanford, Ky , lor $674 4, with 6 per cent interest from Jannaiy 13. 1891, until paid, and its costs, subject to a credit of Ji4i,paid January i, 1893. Second, the debt ol the Second National llink of Ashlaud, Ky , for $1,850 with 6 per cent intorest from Aug. 8, i8.)j, until p.vd. I nlrfl, the debt of the Columbia finance A Trust Company, trustee for New Farmers Hank of Mt. Sterling, Ky., for 8j,Su 63, with 6 pc cent, interest from July 33, i8qj, until paid, and Its costs, subject to a credit or J500, paid May 8. 1893, The whole amount to be raised Is $5,170.24, and estimated c sts $S9.58 Terms of Sale. In two eciual Installments, on a credit of 6 and 12 months bonds with good personal security for purchase price, bearing 6 per font. InlTf't Irom davof sale until paid, havioi; force and effect of judgment, with lien retained until all tho Purchase money Is paid, and payable to the Commis-Ione- r. II. C. WARRKN, o6Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit (our: -t Linen Ed gings Finest k mkd of New Ever Shown in Stanford. Hoods. SEVERANCE & SON. dbmi.Htted. Youn account will bo rendj Jnnnary 1st. Cnll nnd Bettlo. A U. Penny. You can get n good, clean bath on Saturdny if you bo deeire. Joaao Thompson. t Stkiilino silver bolt buckles, umbroJln straps, sloovo nnd cravat holders nt Danks'. Noiitiikiin Beed onts just received nnd W. II. will be sold nt hard time prices. " Wearon it Co. All city taxes that aro not paid by April 1st will hnvo 0 per cont. added. 0. J. Newland, City keilwtoEat Tomatoes, Succotash, Early June Peas, French Peas, Corn, Citv Taxkb. Tub Richmond Register doos not like to have its subscribers, who do not wiah tho papor longer, leavo them in tho office and requeet tho postmaster to mark "refused" on thorn. It says "If two or threo persons, who marked "refused" upon the Register will promptly como forward and arrange their arrearages, they will remove from themselves a suspicion of dishonesty and tho contompt that their act deserves." Tho Register U right. It shows much bettor raising and is voryjlittlo more trouble to inform the editor or his business mnnngor that you do not wish tho papor longer. Wanro in recoipt of the Daily Phunn, publishe'd nt Excelsior Springs, Mo., in which an account is given of tho acceptable work being dono by Mrs. A. S Orear, formorly Miss Bottio Dennis, of this placo.nMrs. Orear is principal of a conservatory at Excelsior Springs and was recontly presented with a gold watch by her pupils, as a token of their appreciation of her faithfulness as a teacher. It will bo remembered that Mrs. Orear received part of her musical education from Miss Addie Purnell at Stanfordi;Fomalo College and Prof. R. De Roode, Lexington. This conservato ry at Excelsior is a branch department of the Western Conservatory in KanBas City, tha only chartered school of tho kind in the city. Are You Ready! To make your winter of discontent glorious summer? If so invest your hard earned dollars in some stuff that we are now closing to make room for a magnificent spring stock, a part of which is now ar riving. Mar-Bha- l. and disorderly conduct, was given live days on tho rock pilo by City Judgo, W. It. Caraon. Tin: Metropolitan Orchestra, tho name tho local organization has given Itself, has engaged Walton's Opera House for a hop, Fob. 23. Dn. Heolky, tho great locturor, will cortainly bo with us next Friday and you will atand in you own light if you do not hear him. Travel la distressingly light on this division of tho L. & N. now, tho conduc tore toll ub, and tho prospect of a restore Uon of wages ia not promising. "Santa Ci.aub" Dalton, lor drnnkon String Beans, Gibbs small Peas Baked S Potatoes Pears, Apricots, Peaches, Sliced Pineapple, Grat'd Pineapple, Oysters, Red Cherries, White Cherries, Gr.gauger plums Clov'r leaf salmon Mushroons, Roast Beef, Ox Tongue, Chipped Beef, Deviled Ham, Potted Ham, Mackerel, Amer. Sardines, Mustard Sardines. Heinz' Goods in Stock. Preserves, Chili Sauce, Pepper Sauce, Olives, Tomato Catsup, Celery Sauce, Mustard dressing, White Onions, If so, don't remain so, but come and buy one of our cheap blankets or comforts. That old rusty hat. New ones like it. Off and buy one of ours. Selling now at prime cost. Don't go barefooted when you can buy odd lots of shoes from us at half price. That old underwear that has been patched so often; throw it in the rag bag and get something new, lower than was ever sold before. Lay aside those old patched pants and that old coat, the sleeve of which is worn out where you have wiped your nose so often, and come and get something at 33 per cent, less than value. Remember while we are closing all heavy goods, we are receiving daily new lines of ABE YOU CXDILILD New Spring Stock, O , New stock of Canned goods, every can guaranteed. Chrystalized Pie Preparation, VanHoutens Cocoa and Atmore's Plum Pudding. McKINNEY & HOCKER. White goods, Embroideries, Ginghams, Percales, Dress Goods, Hosiery and everything new. Last, though not least, to the Ladies. Do not take the Grip and die for the want of a Cloak. We would rather give you one. The price shall not be in the way. Come now while we are in the humor. HUGHES & TATE. Semi-Week- s ly -- ( rcrifiiimr T'yr 'tfT fe&gqFr f ,75-Tfr- - Interior Jodrnw AT Two SOME I Published Evory Tuesday and Friday When not to pud 32.50 will be charged. UEAUACUE, as If br magic prepwod THF. HfUKF RRndn . i.wiiw. uiinimi bWCl, UOUOIO Btrengi the most Powerful and Fenetrntlngldnltnentf or Mat. or lieast in existence. Largo tl size Tic, soc size 10c him," said his companion; "he'll only tell lies." "I'll ask him ut nil ovonts," said returning Mr. B. "My xcod man, nro thoro any Train itaves Rowland at 7:00 A. m., birds nbout hero?" "Lots of birds, yout at $:io p. m. honor," said he. "Toll mo what bort oi L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. birds." "Well, now, your honor, there's la 37 pm grouses and woodcocks nud suines and Mail train going North 113pm ducks and tlllibines and nil sorts oi " South si 31 pm Exnrass train " South........ .................... ..31 am birds." "Ask him," whispered tho Irish North Local Freicht North .9 36 m gentleman, "whether there nro nny 2 07pm ' South.. .. "Toll mo," said Mr. B "do Th latter trains alto carry passengers abore is calculated on standard time, Solar you over see nny thermometers nbout The ima is about so minutes Tatter. hero?" "Well, now, honor, if there was n nico fiost tho placo would bo alive QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. with them." A very bullying counsol named FreeGoing North trains pass Junction City as follows: Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Vesman was completely put out in his cross m Florida tibule Limited 3 p. m. Local ta 55 examination by n very simple nnswer. Limited 1:4s a m "South N. O. Vestibule u:je p. m. Florida A countryman who was a witness was s Limited 11 p m Local rat p. m. asked, "So you had n pistol?" "I hnd, Vestibule arrives S'40 p. m. sir." "Who did you intond to shoot with it?" "I wasn't intending to shoot no ouo." "Then was it for nothing that you got it?' "No, it wasn't." "Come, como, sir; on tho virtuo of your solemn oath, what did yon get that pistol for?" "On tho virtuo of my solemn oath, I got it for throo and ninepenco in Mr. Richard 6ou's hhop." At another timo tho samo counsol said to a witness, "You'ro n nico fellow, ain't you?" Witness roplied, "I nm, sir, and if I wns not on my oath I'd say tho same of you." 1 Ouo Judgo Burton, who was n very old Absolutely and wizonod littlo man, was trying o case when another very old man, n peasant scarcely nblo to walk, camo into A cream of tarter baking pow- court to givo ovidonce. Instead of going der. Higcst of all in leavening to tbo witnoss box ho went toward the Latest United States passage leading to tho bench. Ono oi strength. tho counsol called out to him: "Come Government Food Report. back, sir. Whore aro you going? Dc ROYALBAKING POWDER 00., you think you aro a judgo?" "Indood, sir," said tho old man, looking up at 100 Wall St., New York. Judgo Burton "indoed, sir, I bolievo am lit for little elso." Falls Branch Jellico Ooal Co., A barrister named Bnsho was making a speoch for tho dofonso when an aas beMiners and shippers of the GENUINE gan to bray loudly ontsido tha court. "Wait a moment," said tho chief baron. Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford land "Ono nt n timd, Mr. Bushe, if you Tho barrister waited for a wland. Office corner ot Depot street and rail- - pleaso." road crossing. chanco to rotort, and it came presently. A WATTS. HIGGINS 6 When O'Grady was charging tho jury, tho ass again began to bray, if possible, A. S. moro loudly than before "I btg youi SURGEON DENTIST. pardon, my lord," said Busho; "may ask you to ropoat your last words? Thore Office orer McRobertt Drug Store In the ne is such an ocho in this court I did not Owsley Building. Stanford quite catch thorn." In catechising a littlo girl tho clergyJOHNSON'S askod her, "What is outward MAGNETIC OIL! manvisiblo sign in baptism?"tho"Tho bob EL ssa and InsUnt Killer of Pain. Internal and External. by, please, sir," said she. Cires BIILUMATISM. NEURAL Another, on being asked what an episGIA, Littno Unci. Sprain. Druieu. Swelling", 8U Joints, COLIO and tle was, said, "Tho feminine of an apoe- CHAMPS Instantly. Cholera Mor- tie." "Seventy Yoars of Irish LUo." mis, uroup.uipuieria. Bore xnroat. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. j-lilue-Grass need Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription those who want to ho strong, and those who want to be made well. It builds up, Invlgoiatcs, regulates A Tow Stories lllmtr itlnir Hit IVoiillat and cures I luvor. It's tor young girls Just entering womanhood; reached the critical "change lor women An Irish gpntlcinitn wna shooting with of life;"' lor who havewho aro expecting to become women nn English friend, a Mr. B. They had mothers; for mothers who are nursing and exue very litMo tporl, so Mr. 13. said, "I'll hausted; for every woman who is or overworked remedy so nslr this cotmtrj man whether there nre ' Favotite Prescription" is the only If it doesn't can be any birds about hero." "No nso to nsk unlailing that il in eeryguaranteed. money will be caso, the benefit or cure, Kinds orWomon ioH WIT. tems of Interest from all over the State. seteral weeks and confined to her bed In less than ono week after using tho Klectropolse she was able to bo out ann go to c urch. J It. itayes, uweniDoro, Ky. Since using the hlectrnpolse I feel nt least so O V Flint, bkylight, Ky. years jounger My wife had been helpless with rhoumatlsm for COMMERCIAL 1IL0CK D. S. CARPENTER, At the well-know- n old stand ol J. II. Green, in Two doors above Post-Offlc- e. Always on hand Hustonvlllo, Has just rrceived - - Kontucky, run-dow- n, returned Choking, sneering and every other form of in 'ho head, is radically cured by Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. rn gooi' all the advertising claimed for them, the fol- -. wing four remedies have reached a phenomenal sale. Dr King's New Oiscouery, for collsump tion, Coughs and Colds, each bottle cuaranteed-Klectr- ic flitters, the great remedy for Liver Stomach and Kidneys llueklcn's Arnica Salve, tho best in the world, and I)r. King's New Life Pills, a perfect pill All these remedies aro which aro guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whose name is attached herewith wi.l be glad to tell you more of them. Sold at A R. renny's Drug' btorc. Having tho needed merit to more than msle Four Dip Succossob. P- - Blue-Gra- cold when he procured a bottle ot Chamberlain's Cough Itemeay. He says; "llgsreme prompt relief. I find it to be an Invaluable remedy for coughs and colds.'' ror sale by Dr S. G. llock-e- r. Mrs. Emily Thome, who resides at Tolciio, Washington, sas that she has never been able to any medicine for rheumatism that firocure pain so quickly and effectually as Chamberlain's Pain Halm and that she has also used it lor lame back with great success. For sale by D' S. G. Hockcr. m Tyler Co.. V. Va , appreciates a good thiug and does not hesitate tjssy so. He was almost prostrated with a O. W. O. Hardman, sheriff of 1 believe the Electropoite to be the greatest in. Miss Mattle McNnry, vention of the age. Greenville, Ky The Klectropolse has given perfect satislactiuu in both cases, one ticurilKia Ihuother rheumatism, and the results have been perlcctly wonderlul. Richard J Whelan, llardstown, Ky. 1 hanks to the Klcctropoise lor what it has done for mc aud my family. It has cured indigestlrn and liver troubles, besides giving almost ImmediYY. V. Willett ate relief for toothache, Cailisle, Kv. I have used the, Klectropolse in my lamily from n old dawn to the baby my incthet-llaw 73 years one year old with the happiest results in all cases. Several of my neighbors have them and are well pleased. Everybody should have one l' M Callahan, Veroua, Ky. To me the work ol the Klectropolse Is a mystery almost a nvraclo. Rev. J. I. Rodgcrs, Danville, Ky The Electropoisohas cu'ed me of aithma and I Yocum, 'Iaylorsville, Ky. kidney trouble. I am wonderfully pleased with the Eleitropolio and would not be without It for any consideration. It has done a world of good lor me already Mrs Jonathan Held. Knob Lick, Ky. Moner could not buy the Electronoisn from me. It 1 as gtveu my wife wonderlul relief from rheu C. VV. Wright, Campbellsville, Ky. matisiu. I regard the Electropolso as the wonder of the 19th century My wife, though not yet well, is better than she has has been for 15 years, having been a constant sufferer and conGnnl to her bed with little prospects of ever being out bulls now up and about. H. II. Woodward, Itnrdyville, Ky Address Dultols & Webb, Norton Illock, corner Fourth and Jefferson Sts , Louisville, Ky, an excellent addition to his The Nobiest aud Nicest Goods? sto k of Furniture and cordially invites ou to call and examine It. He is also agent for the OMvtr Can be had in the market. Prices lower than the Chilled and Silver Steel Plows as well as tenalrs lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and lor same No plows stand higher In the cstima lion of the public than these. His stock ot harnesa emmtne before tuning and saddles is larger than evtr. Has also added MAUV DAVIS DUDDKRAR. Staulerd, Ky. a line of lluggit, Surreys and Stoves. Mrs. Knte Duddcrar, Mviager lllack Smith shop for rent, located on ColUife, and Main Streets, llustonvilln Rest located shop ! In the west end 01 Lincoln co. Good smith can set all the work be Is looking for Apply to mo In Hustonvllle, only ono smith in town D. S. CARPENTER. At our Fruit Farms and Nurseiies one milo West of Klngsrllle, Lincoln county. We have as fine a stock of Fruit Trees as any man ever handled, ready for transplanting ntii orchard and garden this Fall Orchams of Apples and Peaches will be assorted to suit customers at io per hundred F. U. ML.KY.lProprlotor, 1 he ttees are nice, the varieties the best. Everything needed to mako home attractive and the - - children happy will be found here, lor circulars address t have moved to my new llolehand am betMf J. A. McKKE&CO., Ky. Kingsvilio, 64 Sreparsd than ever to accommodate Ihe public attached and every convenience drilled. Give mis call. .KKANK RII.KY. H : Fruit Trees For Sale THE RILEY HOUSE London, Kentucky. Garrard Lancastor, College, 1894. English and Classical : For males and females, Tb. J. Kontucky, Ihe Floronoo Hotol, JF.LI.II.O TENNKSSKE, courso B. Montgomery, and teaching thorough, the buildings and grounds Mrs. Young; ladies beautiful and rates reasonable. 1 boarded in the College; yuung gentlemen boarded In the town. For further particulars address the The best hotel In the ell v and th. nnl v nn with President. MILTON ELLIOTT a sample room for drummers Kspecia attention to the traveling public. Rates j, 3)-6r- n Nest session brgtns Feb. I, Prop. XTow Moat Sh.op. first-class THE OLD .Pawa&F The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruises sores, ulcors, salt rheum, fovcr sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup lions and positively cures piles, or no pav requir cd. It is guaranteed to givw perfect satisfaction t'rice 15 cents per toa. or money refunded yor sale by A, R. Pennv, Stanlord, Ky. Ten days' loss of time on account ol sickness and a doctor's bill to pay is any thing but pleasant for a man of a family to contemplate, whether ho is a laborer, mechanic, merchant Cr publisher, las. O. loncs, publisher of the Leader, Mcxla, Texas, was sica in bed for 10 days with the grip, during its prevalence a year or two ago Later In the season he had a second attack He says: Chamberlain's Couch "In the latter case I uted success, I think, only Renedy with considerable two days. The second being in bed a little over attack I am satisfied would have been equally ax bad as the first but for the use of the remedy.' It should be borne in mind that the grip is much the same as a very icveie cold and requires preWhen jou wish to cisely the same treatment cure a cold quickly and effectually give this remand 50 cent bottles tor sale by Dr. edy a trial. J b. u. liocker. Buciiln'fl Arnica Salve. CANDIDATES To bo Voted for at tho Primary, March 3rd. We have opened on lepot Street a llutcher Shop, where we will keep at all times the best meats that the country affords. We will hnn- dle nothing but the best and will JACKSOIT HOUSE, SAM II WARNACK, Pror. J. B. PAXTON, SEUL, FOR CASH ONLY, As e can not keep books. Our customers will be served: in the best style nd we solicit the patd London, - - KENTUCKY. pre- es Jt-er- Pure Is a candidate for the democratic nomination for County Attorney, subject to the Primary Election, ronage of the public We also huy good corn-feMarch 3rd cattle and hogs. ANDKRbON CAHK A-- CO , 65 3m Manferd, Ky, Refilled and refurnished and in every w psred 10 attend the wants of the public. o very reasonable JOHN 15. MEKSIION TO THE XlASZES. Having secured the service! of Miss Matlie Allen from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this seaaon, I cordially invite the ladies to Inspects cat.fully selected stock ol Millinery at prices to suit the lime The ladles are Invited lo t my nice, ucw line of Stamped Linen and Embroidery Material MISbLlCCIE IIKAZLhY, Stanford, Ky. Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democracy. NOTICE I PETER HAMPTON, Is a candidate for jailer, subject to the action the democracy. 01 1 SAM 91. OWENS, ject Is a candidate tor Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub , to the action of the democratic rnmary. Mr William Landgrafl's employment as my agent for the sale of lands In the Swiss and German Colony at Ottcnhemi, Lincoln county, Ky., has ceased and MR WM HUSFK Is now my agent therotor until such agency shall be revokixl. All legal matters concerning the purchauiard sale of such lauds will be attended 10 by W, 11. Miller, my attorney, of Stanford, Ky. Jan. i6,94. J OTTKNHK1MER. THF P.O. MILLINERY. I A Million Frleudd. at th post-oflic- e Original Jellico Coal. PRICE, foHfap A friend In need is a friend indeed, and not less than one million hae found Just such a friend in Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. If you have never used this Is a candidate for Sheriff of Ltnco'n county, subOf Millinery In town, Th goods and prices are Cough Medicine, one trial Mill convince you ject to the action of the lemocratic pnm.ry. bound to pleas you. K eatit has wonderful curative powers in all at 10 MRS P T COURTS. the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Kach botIs guaranteed to do all that is claimed or mon tle Has lately purchased the celebrated ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. R Penny '$ diug store. Large bottles joe and $1. Is'a, Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county and Loom, asks his friends not to commit themselves to any Newcomb one else, as heis forced to stay st home and work. McKINNKY, KV. His candidacy is subject to the actiou ol the Dem- And is prepared to do all kinds of Carpet and Kug Weaving, Fancy weaving on Shawls, Muffiars, ocratic party. I have bought above mentionedHotcI at Etc Call aud examine my work. I guarantee and bav attached a first class work at low prices. TThen Daby wa siclt, we gave her Castori. First-Cla- sa When sh was a Child, she cried for Ctutoris. Pool Room, Is a Candidate forjaller, subject to the sctloo of When Rhs becune MUs, ho clung to distort. he Democracy. Have repaired and Refurnished th Hole! and am better than ever When she had Children, she gi ve them Cantoris.. T. D. NEWLAND Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, Ky. Fly Shuttle room and see the Lar"Ost and Bost Soloctod Stock T. J. HATCHER Practical OAEPET "WEAVEE, Commercial Hotel, cy G. W. DEBORD 16-j- m Bar and M.F. ELKIN, R. Is.a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action of the democracy. MR Prepared to Accommodato the 1 Public. Hfwoal attention to Commercial Men. &P?m tr Soap on delicate and highly perfumod ToiletStakes tbo the market. It Is absolutely pure. skin soft and velvety and restores the lost com- Is a luxury for the Bath for Filexloni Itching, cleanses tho scalp and Infants. promotes the growth of hair. Price 23c. forealoby "Medicated and Toilet. The Great Skin Cur rind Faoe Baautlfle.. Ladies will find It e morl JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP. A. R. PENNY, John U. Castleman. Stanford, Ky. A. G. Lanham ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. "BAHBEE &CASTLEMAN .MANAGERS,; -- hesitating. "Of courso not," ho smiled dolightod-ly- . "You get tho coachman. I owo him eight months' wages." s. That ended it. Tit-Bit- Alternative. ue was a speculator, ana ror a yeaj past nothing had been coming his,woy LooV out Tor the ROWLAND HOTEL. I have Dut expenses, tmo day his daughter in rented the llright Fernll property and have it formed him in an unfeeling inannor that nicely fixed up. ny ratos are $1 per May. Have if ho did not givo her n diamond bracelet A First-Clas- s Bar in Connection. worth at loast 160 she would elope with Come one. come all Satisfaction guaranteed or tho coachman. I or one "Como to my arms, my darling child," tnonev refunded Thanking of my clerks will meet my friends lor past all night trains. ho exclaimed as tho tears of joy coursed and so.iciting n continuance. I am S3 tjr J. VV. CARRIER. down bis wrinkled choeka; "oomo to my arms!" "Do I got tho bracelotr Bhe naked, Wo ITotioe-- - Gentlemen! JNO. BRIGHT Is'a Candidate forJAitessor, tubjectltoitoe action of the Democratic party. Dcalcr!In line Livery and Feed Stabls attached. P. YV GRCKN. Proprietor. JF.SS ROUT, Manager. E. D. KENNEDY, to the office of Assessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of the democratic party. Is a candidate for Groceries, Candies, JOHN BAIIJEY, Is a candidate for jailer, subject to, the old JeQersonlan democracy. I Fancy Goods, Fruits, &c. Desires to thank you for your patronage during the year which is THE GOFFEY HOUSE JfANFOUD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEV, Pror. thection of NWNorMiWesiernR.11 Schedule Nov. 19, 1893 WALLACE E. YARNON, la a candidate for re- - Iectionto the otHceof Coun-tJudge; subject to Ihe action ofidemocratic par-ty yj This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now la my charge and I intend lo conduct it so ss to aot only maintain its high reputation, but to add tolls long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers sad fine rooms. for IBsdisploy of samples. almost gone and asks a continuance during the coming year. , -- S "' lOom.ndrcs Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South, f Strategic Entertaining. "What a witty conversationist Mr. Hanover Squaro isl At tho dinnorhe kept everybody laughing," said Charlie Bondclipper to Peto Amsterdnm. "Ho always does that. Ho has to keep tho guests from noticing what n poor ho sets," replied Mr. Amsterdam. Texas Sittings. ta-bl- LEAVE NORTON;DAII.Y 12:50 p. m. for Graham, Illucfield, Pocahontas L) nchburi, Rwui.iwd and ..urtwlk. Sleeping Cars from Roanoko to Norfolk alio from Lynchburg to Richmond. Trains tor Pocahontas, Powhatan and Goodn will leave Illucfield daily at 6 30 a in, u 35 p m. Leave Illuefiold 6 30 a m and 9 00 p m daily for Kenova and Columbus, O , Chicago and all points West. Pullman rleepcr 011 9 00 p m train tor AZFirst'Class Saloon And HII.LIARD and 1'OOL ROOMS attached 1 JOSti'll COFFKV. W. II. MILLKR. JAMES W. GIYENS Is a Candidate for County Judge of Lincoln, to the action ol the Democracy. sub-je- When Hungry try one of his J II. SOWDER. JOHN M. JOHNSON Is a Candidate for Assesior of Lincoln county ol the Democratic party. MILLER & SOWDER, o Trains arrive at Norton irom the East daily at subject to the actloc 11 ao a m. r sr furtherinformation as to schedules, rates road 25 CTS MEALS REAL And you will certainly go and try him again. .:- - ESTATE - KENTUCKY. - c. ipdIv W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KY. Specified. pimples AND Dog Fancier Yes, madam, I havo all kinds of dogs hero. Is thero nny particular breed you wish? Old Lady (who reads tho papers) Oh, anything that's fashionable. Lommo see an ocoan greyhound. Voguo. Uospitublo. Cobble How did Miss Twickenham treat you last night? Stono Oh, sho asked mo to coll again. Cobblo When? Stone Some other night. Truth. Slaking Him it Ilrotlier. "Will you bo n Bister to me then?" "Yes, indeed. Run right down town end send mo n couplo of matinee ticket at once." Chicago Record. to agents of Norfolk A Western RailW. I1.11KVILL, Gen. Pass. Agt Roanoke, Vs. M F. 11RAGG, Trav. Pass. Agent. J. A. GIYENS sub- Doalors and Brokers, Office Interior Journal liuilding, Is a Candidate for SherlfT of Lincoln county, ject to tho action of the Democratic party. back STANFORD, San Francisco Portland. DINK FARMER Is a candidate forjaller, subject the democratic party. to the action of PROPERTY- FOR SAIfe. 1. Fine lllue Grass Faro, ol 3)jJ snd finely impruveu. 1. Farm of allow price. 100 A World's Fair Record. acres on plko CHICAGO -- VIA- Blotches That the blood is wrong, and that nature is endeav oring to throw off the impurities. Nothing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. S) Is It is a simple vegetable compound. yet harmless to the most delicate child, itforces the poison to the surface and eliminates it from the blood. 1 contracted severe case of blood poison that unfitted me for business for four years. A few bottles ei Swift's Specific (S. S. 5 ) cured mc J. C. Jones, City Marshal, Fulton, Arkansas. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Swirr Sfhcuic Co, Atlanta, Ga. RB EVIDENCE r -- .1 f g))tSUISHtt, Nt AlBAHY i CMCA60 ftf 'fo- - PULLMANSAND PARLO& CAHS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE iraaaBS a Couldn't Keep Theni. RUNNING - DINING - CARS. Sammy Shoploy Do yon keep eggs? WRITE TO Mr. Sanditt I do not. I sell them as fast ns I can, so they'll be fresh. Voguo. E. H. BACON, D. P. A.. K. J. IlKED, G. P A 111. Louisville, Ky. Chicago, A Gentleman of Exjiarlcnco. St. Paul. .Ir" YOU ARE GOING OR Denver. fnf 6 A CL EAN 00. NORTH WEST, THE Louisville 4 Nashville R. R. Is the hoe for you, ss its Double Daily Trains Make close connections at FOR Sliave, Stylish Hair Cut, Or a U'.ct, Refreshes Bath Go to LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI "George is a mercenary fellow." THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. .rkjvu. "Did ho try to marry you for your UAliuAUt. l.llbbMll' WDlff8U For any information enquire of money?" IfiES. KICH. Agent. "Well, ho proposed and forced mo to Or aiamoru, ur w PENN. Trav. Pass. Aeent. reject him after his very first present." Junction City, Ky -- Life. For all points. Jesso Thompson's Barber Shop, i so agent for the Lexington dry, The Best in the Country, Steam Laun rj acics, finely Improved. Offered Notice is giveu that an election will be held on ot 10 the office r Is a candldato for 4. Fine Illue Grass Farm, of 105 acres, In high County Clerk and will appreciate you support. state of cultivation, well improved ; offered low Democratic primary Saturday, March 3, 1894. 7. Illue Grass i'arin ol ijj acres, on pike, two In the Crab Orchard Magisterial District in LinKy,, lor tie purpose of taking the mile from Stanlord; good Blue grass laud, low coln of the !(,'! and qualified voters of said price and on easy terras sense Magisterial District upon the proposition whether S1 8 to is. Town lots In Stanford In areas to suit or not o purchasers. a. I-- . Vinous acre fine (arm witli exec lenj 17. Nincty-tlire- e to mill, dwelling and other Improvements, on pike, sold, or bartered or loaned therein, the 4 miles from Maulord. Shall be same to apply to DRUOUISTS, except upon sales 14 Large blue grass larm, capable of division for sacramental purposes. into smaller farms In hald election win be neiu in pursuance oi on or lar. Offered low andDesirable easyevery particu....... on very terms. der of the luoge of the Lincoln s6. uood frame building; well finlsh- made and entered at the January Term ot said words and fig- - eu on .Main airoet, in hastorn pari 01 Stanfoad Court. 1834, and which order is in a. t S feet front, 200 back. Will sII at a bargain. ures as lollowi,u-w- ii so. bmall farm ol .to acres, 1 miles Irom Stanfcrd LINCOLN COUNTV COURT, llmprovcd, at a bargain Regular Term, January 8, 1S94. 31. Farm of 60 acres on llsnglng Fork, near A petition having been filed before the Judge of Lincoln County Court on the (th day of January, a ufiieixviiic riue Illue graisland. iSai.sizned bv a number of legal voters of the frouis on pike, with good improvements and nice Crab Orchard Magisterial District, asking that an young orchard. Pncu low. n e order be made calling an election to be held In and cottage, nicely and 3s. Hotel, said precinct on the loth day of March, 1894,10 conveniently located, near depot lu London, Ky lake the sense of Ihe legal voters of said precinct, Nine rooms in dwelling, four rooms in cottage, who arc qualified to vote at an election for county htore house of 3 rcoms All new buildings Also officers, upon the proposition whether or not spir- good barn. Lot 300x300 feet. Fine location for ituous, vinous or mall liquors shall be sold, bar- store snd hotel. Will sell cheap an 1 on ca y terms. tered or loaned therein, same to apply to DRUG33. Dwelling on Lancaster S , North of GISTS, except upon sales for sacramental purposSix rooms and Good cistern, es, said petition coming on for hearing on the 8th barn and all necessarystorehouse. outbu.ldings lleautlful day of January. 1804, it being the first day of the location. Lot with frontago isoxaoo feet. Terms regular term of the Lincoln County Court, and It reasonable. appearing that the legal voters of said precinct Cottage with s rooms; good cistern, 34- e, . signing said petition represent more than as per &c. Nice garden. Frontage 130x130 feet cent, of the votes cast la said precinct at the fast if exand all the requirements of tha on North sido E.J Main f;encral election, compiled with: It is ordered that change for personally or St, Stanlord. Will realty at a bargain. CL been in the Crab Orchard Magisan election be held terial Precinct 011 the teth day of March, 1804, JAMES VKAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. between the hours of 7 a. m. and 4 p. m. lor the purpose of takisg Ihe sense of ih legal voters of said precinct, who are qualified to vote at elections for county officers, upon the proposition whetheror not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned therein, th same n to apply to DRUuGISTS, except upon sales for sacramental purposes, the result of said election to be certified to and returned as required by law STANFORD, HY. In elections for county officers. The following olllcers are appointed to hold said We'ar In our new stable m the Opera Hous election: Voting Precinct No. 1 C. I. Chadwlck lilocklaud are well supplied with and J. E Carson, judges; M. J. Harris, clerk, and Wm. Severance, sheriff. Voting Preinct No. NEW RIGS AND HORSES 3 C. A. Redd, Sr . and G. A. Adams, judges ; S. A. Middleton, clerk, and John EdmUton, sheriff. Same having been tested as to the qualifications as Havebeen purchased and noth required by law. urnouts will Icavo the stable. Given under my hand this 17th day cf January, Oflice South Side Main St.. in office recently JOHN N. MKNKKEE, t8o4. Sheriff of Lincoln County. vacated by Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. GEORGE B. COOPER, ELECTION NOTICE. Saturday, March IO, 1894, Spirituous, h 3 r, Pi orMalt Liquors two-sto- ry : o.. Y store-hous- aI rail-roa- d. W mm coal-hous- o " a o o u YEAGER & YEAGER, mil mi m m stable, DR. W. B. PENNY Dentist. Give them a Call. u i.' i.JJL j