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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894020901 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. J ? " t Wt-j '. S5?fBiBS5fgji5 yjf pj mnmw'm mwommrw" Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. WILLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. "M Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1894, NO. 98 CARRARD COUNTY. Gooch LANCASTER, Started (he Report. Killtor Mr. J. I). Dickinson Is very sick with pneumonia. Mr. K. I). PerkiPB, who was qullo nick last weok when hia wife died, is nblo to ho out again. Dr. 1. A. Pennington rctiirniul from n two weoka' visit nnil buaincud trip to Bitrbourvillo Sunday. Mr. PflRO Morgan, of Ilockhold, died Sunday alter n lonR illncoa of lung trouble. Ho wABburiud hero Monday with Masonic honors. Circuit court ndjonrned Saturday after a four wcoks' session. Most of tho business was civil this term and only one party Bent to the penitentiary. Our mills secured several thousand Ions on tin recent tide which will enable them to makunrun and give employment to several hundred men for awhile. Mrs. J. L. Whitehead entertained quite a number of her young friends Tuesday evening. Mrs. Wliitohead understands how to make those who come to seo her havo a nice time and alio certainly did her best on this occasaion. Tho Johnson Hall was formally Tho serdedicated Sunday afternoon. vices were held In tho Baptist church and conductod by Row J. N. Prestldgo, pastor. Several others took part in tho exercises. Mrs. W.J. Johnson, wife of tho lato W. J. Johnson, was present. Tho Middlesboro Conference of tho M. E. church Is going to start a religious paper at this place, known an tho Methodist Xowh, with Mr. J. 1). Henry, tho distinguished editor of tho Herald, business manager. Thoy have bought a now Campbell press and will bo ready to issue their ilrst piper in a short time. Mr. M. A. Mooro is quite sick at present. Ho had to havo n surgical operation porfotned Monday. Wo hope ho will soon bo out again. Miss Lucy Brock, of London, is visiting her sister, Miss Laura Brock, at the Johnson Hall. Hon. W. J. Caudill, of Barbourvllle, brought his daughter down to attend Judge J. H. Bchool hero last weok. Sampson was hero Sunday. On last Saturday and Sunday tho second annual convention of tho Trl State Union of tho Y. P. S. 0. E , was held hero. There wco about 25 visiting delegates and notwithstanding the bad weather tho house was well filled to hear the various discourses and thoo who jiad duties unsigned them performed them in such a manner as to show that they wore greatly Interested In tho work. THE CENERAL ASSEMBLY. A supervisor of printing is tho latest new oflleo that tho Senate would create. A bill to make an indecent exposure of the person a penitentiary ollenso has been introduced in tho House. Tho report of tho Superintendent of public instruction shows that his otllco cost tho State 7,7 IS.'Ji from Sept. l)l to Fob. '91. Tho bill to prohibit tho building of barbed wird fonco along a public highway was reported adversely and refused u second reading. A bill has passed the House, which requires, in certain cases, that tho upon whom rests tholiburden of proof shall havo the opening and closing argument. Tho Houso judiciary committee reported tho hill passed by tho Senate Increasing tho salaries of tho'judgos of tho court of appeals to $5,000, without expression of opinion. Tho Kentucky S?nato stands, nino Christians, eight Baptists, six Methodists flvo Presbyterians, two Kpiscopalians and one Catholic. Seven are not connected with any church. Twenty-twdemocratic Senators, all were present, signed a paper dewho claring Beckner's resolution and requesting our Senators to freely their judgment in such matters. Tho Sonata committoo on rovenno and taxation decided to report favorably a substitute for tho Houso bill abolish-n- g tho State Board of Equalization. It is that tho board is to meet only onco in tlvo years, Is to havo no jurisdiction over personal property, and jurisdiction ovor real estate is to be limited to tho State tax, which la now A2 cents. per-so- n o ox-orcl- Attorney J. D. Parrish.of Richmond was in town Wednesday on professional business Thero will bo preaching nt tho Christian church Sunday night by Rev. J. It. Tercy. Tho Christian Sunday school cleared fifteen dollars on tho candy pulling Monday evening. Ben F. Kvaus lias beon taking depo sitions this week in his suit against W. H. Lain lor slander. Col. Archie Johnson will ho hero on tho 10th to Inspect tho Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias. Master Ware McRobcrts entortained a fow of his young f 'lends Wednesday, it being his llth birth day. Wood Brothers' distillery near town commenced operation Monday. Capt. Mlko Salter is tho "watch." Tho meetings of tho Knights of Honor will bo held on tho first and third Thursday nights in each month. Mr. Clell Johnston is in Louisville this weok on business. Brown Coirar has located in Lancaster to buy hemp. Tho city council and their attorney Col. L. F. Hubble aro at work this week drawing up tho now and ordi nances. Its a big Job, but they will cot through in a few days. A negro named Frank Slaughter be came violently insauo on "battle row" Sunday afternoon and his actions put tho denizens of that notorious settlement to flight. Ho was lodged in jail by Mar shal Arnold and tried Tuesday when ho was adjudged a lunatic and ordered to be taken to tho Loxington Asylum. Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Borders drew J 100 out of the National Bank. She plaeed it in an envelope and lost it on the street in a fow minutes afterward. Tho money was found by little Jim Un derwood who clerks in Curroy 'a grocery. He promptly struck out to find tho own er, and returned It to her. Mrs. Borders ottered him $5 as a reward, but tho boy would not take it. by-laws Interior Journal.) The card, "To whom It may Concern," from McKinnoy, being kept in tho paper and thero being n later card from Mr. (TtiIib MT.YERHON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Mon- Circuit court begins hero next day. Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January m About 170,000 wolves aro killed annually in Russia for the fur market. At Doublo Springs, Ala., Geo. Gil lie, a young attorney, whilo acting as pall bearer, lost his balance and fell into tm onen crave. His noau caugnt be tween tho coflln and a rock in tho side of the gravo and was crushed to such an extent that ho died. A tramp called at Mrs. Abner Gerard's, in Crawfordsvlllo, Ind., and very rudely domanded a lunch. Mrs. Gerard promptly refused, and tho tramp made an Insulting remark;to her. She flow at him and after a chase of four blocks caught him and beat him within an inch of his life. SaXHY'S QOBBRY TO iNQBRSOr.L. This beautiful pong (words and music regular any-onsheet music alio) will bo mailod to enclosing 5c in Btamps to D. G. General Passenger Agent, O. U.. & D. R. R., Cincinnati, Ohio. i e td-ward- s, Gooch showing that I am tho person referred to, I fear that silence on my part would raise tho Inference that I confess tho charge of being tho author of an absolute and malicious falsehood. I therefore mako this statement: and I'obtivki.y I havo never stated that Mr. S. M. Owens treated out n keg of beer at McKinnoy on a Sunday afternoon or at any time or place, nor havo I circulated or caused to bo circulated such report or any similar report. Mr. On ens stated to mo on one occasion that ho was making thu race for Shoriiron hign toned principles and was treating uonu whatever, I then told him that Mr. W. R. Gooch had stated in a speech at tho Baptist Association, in Waynesburg, that a candidate for a high oflleo in Lincoln county, was in McKinnoy on tho previous Sunday with a keg of beer, and that ho appealed to his audience to know if thoy would support such a man, and that after the adjournment of the meeting 1 was told what Gooch had said by some ono and askod if I was the man referred to in the speech. Mr. Gooch was then out in tho crowd, some distance from mo and I suggested that we ask the name of tho man ho referred to. Several of us went to him and some one, probably myself asked if tho name of tho man to whom he referred was a secret. Ho replied in tho presence of the crowd, "Xo secret at all. The first letters of his name are Samuel M. Ovens." When I told Mr. Owens of the above transaction, he thanked me for thu information and Bald that it was the first time he had heard of tho speech or of his being named as the candidate referred to. There is no dispute about Mr. Gooch making the above statements; if there was such dispute I have sullicient proof in my poaession to establish beyond nil doubt tho fact that ho did mako them. LIB'ERTY,CASEYC0Dr7TY. My friends may rest assured that I havo confined myself to the truth up to this Jack Aheran, tho boss painter, after some weeks absence, has returned here time and will do so to tho finish. T I) Xkwland. and is putting the finishing touches on tlie front of Pierce's new storo in tho hoTo the Voters of Lincoln O'ounty. tel building, counters, wash stands, &c. Whon I left homo Jan. 2, I requested A soiled dove, not yet out of hor tho editor of this pper to announce that teens, came very near freezing to db.ith I would bo from homo for about 00 days last Sunday night whilo camping in the which ho promptly did, notice appearI,earnhig of her critical ing in Friday's issue Jan. 5th. On Monsituation, three philanthropic men car day Jan. Sth, committee met and decidried wood to the school-housand built ed at once to hold primary March 3, her a fire thus saving her life. A few making it to suit time of my absence exhours would havo proved fatal. actly, thereby giving me no opportunity Tho wife of Mr. William Lynn met uuuvass o! tho a with a oorious accident while attending to make oven partial county. When I left homo I had two her mother's funeral last Sunday. She 32 head of my own, and her son were In a spring S wagon, car loads of stork, belonging to my neighbors, still ninl the horse ran away demolishing the balance 30 head on hand and on a vehicle. She was seriously hurt aud'her havo over very slow market. If I had any thought son got his leg caught in tho spoke of a would havo called election so wheel, and ho was. unconscious when committee enrly I would certainly havo made diiier-en- t people wont to the rescue. Both are doarrangements and remained at home. ing well at present. I had never Been any call from commit-toOur confirmed old bachelor, Geo. K. to meet or anything of tho kind, but Stone, made an interesting find on nn I can see nothing in sight now but to ash bank behind tho courthouse while I can close out my emptying a bucket of ashes early one remain hero until stock and leave my interests nt homo in mornini; a fo days since. It was a bauds of my many friends, who I nice suit of baby clothes. There aro tho feel confident will do all they can for me. considerable suepicions among thopeo-pi- e exceedingly that circumstances about the matter, but there is no I regret are such that I c.mnot bo at home, as other proof only his own statement that exceedingly anxious to secure the ho found thu clothes, and we will have I am nomination. 1 have been a democratic to consider him innocent for the present. county for moro than The author of tho histoty of the voter in Lincoln 30 years and havo never called on tho Calvary has received mo for an ollice from his printer, Prof. R. II. Carothers, dear people to Bupport of any kind before and would regret very of Louisville, several beautiful samples on tho first round. of binding (or his book to ctioosa from. much to lo defeated So here is hoping and fully believing After consulting tho taste of a number my friends will coimi to my relief of persons of good judgment both males that and that I will securo tho nomination and females, n deep dove color was selected, with a golden mounted cavalry by a handsome majority. And in return discharge tho du man on the front sido of tho cover, and a I promise, if elected to very best of my ability. tent on the the oslier side, with golden ties to tho for tho as title on the back. Tho prospectus, with Thanking my many friends surauco they have already given me sample 'pHges, binding and engravings I am Respectfully, will soon be out. Thero is no question J. Walkkii Givens. but what tho mochanical part of the work will be douo in splendid style. In Kkmkmiikii. That the Wisconsin Con regard to tho composition and insido matral has the unqualified endorsement of terial, tho author will havo to wait for all, it being the most popular lino betho verdict of bloodthirsty critics. tween Chicago and Milwaukee and St. Mrs. Mary Wray celebrated her lO'.'d Paul, .Minneapolis and the Northwest birthday at Falrbury, Ills. Fiv genera- it is recognized as the Pullman Line between Chicago and Milwaukee and Ashtions wore present, representing land, Duluth and Lake Superior points. years. G. N. Henson, President of the Cit- That the Wisconsin Central touches the izens Bank and Trust Company of Chat- most prominent points in Wisconsin, tanooga, shot and killed J. B. Wert, a having more business centers than any prominent insuranco man of tho same railway to and from tho Northwest. city, as they were entering an elevator. That its dining car service is unsur Six months ago Henson filed suit for di- passed by any other line, and that its re will cheerfully furnish any vorce from his wife, naming Wert as coinformation that may be desired. For respondent. Owing to tho prominence of the parties, the tragedy has caused in- full details regarding Rates, Routes, Folders, Maps etc. address your nearest tense excitement at Chattanooga. Frank Scearco, tho Lexington for- ticket agent or Jos. C. Pond, Gen. Pass. Milwaukee, Wis. ger, who was sent up for ten years has a Agent, plan on foot being worked by his friends II. A. Henninger, has been appointed by which ho will try to appease tho postmaster at Frazer, Way no county, vice wrath of his victims. It is to make J. L Shadoan, resigned. them a cash payment of 35 cents on the The collections In Col. C. II. Rodes' dollar for the money he defrauded them district for January were $180,053.31, of of and by this means he hopes to soften which spirits paid nil but $3,000. their hearts and from mercenary motives Tho paper money outstanding Jan, securo their indorsement of his petition 31, was less a million for executive clemency. to have been destroyed by fire. sohuol-house. o First-Keotucky . Jailer King wont up to Beatty villo J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Monday and brought John Martin here, cbnrged with murder. 23d, 1894. Samples of stone from tho quarry Full corpi of Conservatory ml Normal School teachers. Superior courses In Literature, hero havo been sont to Washington for An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues nd circulars furnlihpd on application. Music oJ government test and report. There are 30 announced republican candidate for tho various county offices and things aro warming tip. Mrs. Burk, tho woman shot by Bill Nowcum some timo since, is yet alive, Say any thing About it, but should any one happen to ask you, tell with tho chances against her recovery. them that II. C. Gentry, of this county, has a shepherd dog that pulls and scratches stones from tho road where his team has a hard place to pull. Tho sale of the Adams store house hoiiBo to Win. Weber was completed a Are Selling fow days Binco, but later withdrawn by request of tho purchaser. As to when or where tho train wreckers, Ballow and Collins, who are now in tho Louisville jail, aro to be tried For the Oliver Chilled Plows at reduced prices and they guarantee we havo been unable to learn. every piece to fit as well and last as long as any made. A letter postmarked Kolbu, Turkey, for "Mount Vernon, Yashington, Skagit, Kountie, Nort Amerika," found its way to this place. Tho formation of the let ters were so unintelligible that the called a council of war. They finally found where the missive belong ed and forwarded it to Washington State. Opposite Coffey House, The Eiat Tennessee Co. has given notice to its employes whose wages were restored on the let, of a reduction to Uko effect on the 10th. This reminds Is opening a First-Clas- s Stock of us of Borne buyiug and selling of houses and lots that has taken place here within tho past fow days. Something liko boys swapping jackets during the day and going homo at night wearing the Give him a call. garment thoy left home with. F. L. Heston was up fron Dants a fowdays ago. O. B. Frank, from tho Chesapeake & Ohio, is working nights here for ten daye. On Monday last our good friend, John McClary, wno is so badly alllicted with rheumatism, had the pleasure of visiting his wife, who lately underwent a dangerous surgical That's what, and if you don't beleive it see our new assortment of operation. She is in a dilTereut room of goods for 1894. tho house, up stairs, and Mr. McClary was carried up by his friends. Mrs. McO. is getting along nieely an J is fast recovering. Miss Georgia Creed is visiting friends in Garrard. W. H. WEAREN & CO., "Bogus" : Plow : Repairs liTIEW post-tuast- ei FURNITURE : STORE. Household Furniture, &e. W. W. WITHERS. T Largest Sock. - Lowest Prices. HUBBLE. B. W. Givens Bold some corn to G. A. Swinebroad ut$2.25 at his crib. Wesley Sutton has sold a fow loads of hay, delivered in Lancaster, at 50a Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Bronzes, Spectacles rtuil anything and everything in the Jewelry line at per hundred. Rana Fisher, of color, living at G. P. Bright's, has drawn n pension of S100 in the last fow days. L. G. Hubble fell on eomo Ice a fow d?ysagowUHo looking after his sheep and sprained his ankle and is now on crutches. It. L. Hubblois back from the South nnd reports the mule trade only moderate. Mrs. Annie Engleman is visiting in this community. Tho corn that was sold at tho recent sale supposed to havo beon damaged by weevil, turns out to be tine, heavy corn and was not damaged at all. di James Baughman and wife aro down from Madison on a visit. Spears Fisher, of Casey county, was up last week hunting a saddle stallion and will farm J. P. Bland's young horse this season. John G. Austin was hero this woek showing up a nice line of shoes. He is known as tho fat shoo man. California tho Land of Sunshine, and Flowers. Banks', the Jeweler, STANFORD, KY. TF-f- lr JSSL BS"HnaiKi5L w NEW STOCK, NEW STYLES. Large Assortment. Sizes and Shapes to suit even the most fastidious. AE-RIYBD- JUST . H. J. McROBERTS. Fruit Tho Midwinter Exposition, already much talked of, bids fair to rival tho great fair that has just closed at Chicago. Not in Bize, perhaps, but certainly so in originality, in richness, and in delighted visitors, who will unanimously agree that the Pacific Coast is worth many times the time and money spent to visit it, in its return of delightful climate, mellow sunlight, wondrous growth of vegetation, and the hcretoforo unheard of industries connected with of fruit raising, and tho shipping of the product. In order to give an opportunity for everybody to visit this wonder-hinduring the Exposition, California rates via the Queen & Crescent route havo been reduced, and every one may find tho cost of such a trip within his means. As for equipment, it is the only lino by which you can travel from Cincinnati to San Francisco, absolutely without change. Tourist sleeping cars run every two wpeks through from Cincinnati to San Francisco. Solid trains twicea day from Cincinnati to Now Orleans," where connection is made with through trains and Pullman sleepers daily to California points. Through car service to either New Orleans or Shreveport, making direct connection for Texas, Mexico and Call fornla. From Louisville through trains mako direct connection at Lexington with solid VPBtibuled service to New Orleans. Send to us for further particulars. Ask agents for rates, schedules and other information, or address W. C. Rinoareon, G. P. A. Cincinnati. O. net-work d tention promptly tions a Specialty. given to repairs. G-TO .A.. IE?,- - IFIEICTIEsrZ" O . JEWELER. A Complete line Watches, Clocks, Gold, of Drugs and Medi- Plated Silver and Ware at cine , &c. Prescrip lowest prices. AtDRTJGGIST MeRoberts' Drug Store, Opposite Court House vesti-bule- d "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, A Complete Stock of DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions rately Compounded. Give him a Call. accu- i 11 M 0 $1,107,0-10,231- Now York City has 07.2S0 employed people 52,592 males and 14.G88 females. She also has 39,311 families dependent moro or less on tho city for their bread. W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. , aaty.Wfcite. NpWW ( f. i! Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1894 ' Tun bill to ropeal tho obnoxious Fedis mighty nico for heating and cooking purposes, and wo have eral election law?, which tho republicans seen kitchens that use it look as neat passed to throttlo tho voice of tho South, Natdbal ga8 V ' Stanford, Kjt., February 9, W. P. WALTON. I' K 6 OK 8 PAGES. Wk do not epeak upon absolute authority, but it comes from a reliable aourco that after tho noxt election, Gov. K i McCreary will not be in tho way of the aspirins gentlemen who think that they $193. could 1111 hiBBeat in Congress more acNEWSY NOTES. The Senatorial dead lock in Mississip S. J. Embry Iibb 50 lambs from 35 In the week and make yohr selection. ceptably. Ho wants to bo We will quote you a few pri-- Tho O. & O. will extend ita track to owes and nil of them give promiso of next time, however, and will put forth pi was broken by tho election of Hon. ces only, as it would "be impossible to give you prices on all our imlong life. his most earnest efforts to that end, re A. J. MoLaurin to Bucceed U. S. Senator Norfolk, Vn. mense stock in this spare. All calicos 5c this week, including best Tbo Wilson bill taxes incomes of Fcni Sale. Two jirks, ono by Brig lying on his admirable record and an Walthall. He was born in 1848'and not American Indigos, Simpson's Macks, &c. Apron checked Gingham, alwithstanding his youth, hoserved awhile S 1,000 and over 2 por cent. noli and ready for eorvice. Each 14 J appreciative constituency, which has Trions AAA i cI yd wide brown cotton $c, worth Oaltliesnip hands. S. H. Shanks. Returning ho Tho cost of' a ways delighted' to honor him, to agpin in tho Confederate army. Tho first day's sales of trotters at mnko him their representative in tho worked on his father's farm in tho day carrying 000 mon, is about $o,000,000. Martha J. Renner has been appoin Lexington brought 50 head under the all other popular braucls of cotton such as Hope, Masonvillc, Fruit of National legislature. Gov. McCreary has timo and studied by a pine knot light at the Loom, Green Ticket, &c, will be marked down in proportion; served us faithfully and well. In point night. His ability and worth wero Boon ted postmaster at Cedarville, Rockcas- hammer at an aver go of $551. At tho Lexington horso sales, Jay of ability, he is the peer of any member recognizod and ho obtained n lucrative tlo county. Five members oln family of six wero Hawker, 2: 14 J. brought S,000; Oneida, of tho Kentucky delegation, and in in- law practice, afterwards being elected to fluence in public affairs away above the the Legislature, tho Constitutional con- killed in Indianapolis by tho explosion 2:17, 12,700 and Mary Mac, 2:1S, $1,70. best of them. He has tho ear of tho ad- vention and tho district attorneyship. of natural gas. A farm of 1,12S acres, six milea from -- Silver took another drop in London, ministration as no other of our Congress- The worst thing that can bo said of him Nashville, has beon selected oa tho slto men has and fully as much as either is that ho is an uncompromising nilvo- - reaching tho lowest price known in ma for Tenneeseo'a new penitentiary. Tho 75c worth Si. 25 $i, worth St. 50. A few blankets that will be sold per ounco. Senator. We have no word to Bay againBt cato of tho freo and unlimited coinage of nv vearB. 29 farm will costs $75,000. at 50 per cent, less than value. A good 10X4 blanket 75c' a pair, In Louisville John Johnson stabbed either of the estimable gentlemen, who silver and won the fight on that platThe directors of tho Kentucky Trot- better ones ranging from Si, Si. 25, Si. SO, up to $6 per pair. fatally John Wilson, another negro, be- ting Association at Lexington decided to are listening to the Syren voices of tho form. We are going to close out regardless of cost. Now is your chance to cause ho refused to lend him 10 cents. few enemies that the governor has mado hold a meeting on Juno 3, 4 and 5. get your A New York paper having classed Harry Hill, tho Atlanta forger, was Good pumes will bo oilered. tho distribution of tho offices, who in tho democrats Col. Silas Adams with given seven years. It is a bad year for tell them that they" can easily defeat him. As administrator of J. S. Hays, I who voted against the Wilson Bill, tho that class of criminals in the Gate City. will Bell at public outcry on next MonOn the contrary, wo have the kindest Louiavilo Times says tho mistake is natfeelings for each of them, but Bubmit Judge Jackson ia a bigger man than day, county court day, a combined bay ural as nobody would suspect that there that it might be tho part of wisdom to is a republican in the Kentucky delega-tio- Judge Tonoy. The latter put Lawyer gelding. Terms cash. F. Reid. wait one more term, when it is mo.ro for contempt and tho The great Biro of fast horse, George The Colonel is there solely by Schmidt in jail than likely that Gov. McCreary will be reason of tho fact that he served a long former turned him out. Wilkes, waa bought in at tho Lexington We can sell you a good full stock men's boot at Si. 20, 1.50, 1.75, 2, in position to take no part in the contest Tho tariffbill being prepared by the bbIo Ifrr tl e e um of $4,000. This 2 "in tho Kentucky Legislature with50 and S3 00. These prices have been cut from S2, 2.50 3, 3.50 llnanc-have always beeu term of tho aspirants who of tho Senato goes to show that horses aro low. out onco opening his mouth. In admi- sub committee and 3.1.CO. Children's shoes. 2 ?c. SC 50c. 7?c and Si. worth dou- his friends. Com- committee, it is reported, will contain Highland Farm in Fayette, contain-in- ble ration and gratitude the grand old the money. All men's and ladies' shoes arc included in this clear To an unbiased and unprejudiced original Wilson bill. 075 acres, has beon rented to Dras-fie- ld monwealth sent him to Washington, little of the ancc sale this week. Thci value will not be considered as mind, it would seem that a man who has II. H. Meyers, a railroad brakeman & Samuels lor tho neat sum of but with tho expectation that ho would , done as much for his constituents and Louisvill, took his sweetheart at per year. It is tho homo of Red be placed among the ethnological freaks of his country ought to bo permitted to ro a bunch of banBnaa and slipped Wilkes.. Institute. The Silespecially since ho does in the Smithsonian voluntarily, and broko his back. 'Squire Murphy, who is authority ent Silas has merely got into tho wrong on a peeling propose to stand very long in the stated that money has como on the subject, eayH that tho cold weath not It is box. way of those who desire to go to Confrom an unknown quarter to biro tho er of January 21 and 25, killed pnly a gress. Gov. McCreary'a name is conMr. Moosk, a rapid rad from Massa- most expensive legal talent to appeal the portion of the cherriea and peaches and Some of our immense stock that we may have roomjfor our spring rrrtrirto 1'ntlirrc enne nnw ls vnnr rli.inr fnr r nniv cn nr nn rwtnr- nected with more important legislation chusetts, exhibited such symptoms of r.iso of th condemred assassin, I'ren- - did no damage to the other fruits. coat for we have applied the knife and cut prices in half. than any other Kentucky Congressman livilrrmhnhin in tho discussion of the dergast. D. B. Patton and David Tato sold Curry, colored, living near one man of recent years. that ho had to bo Hannah Hawaiian question, or any other about 1.500 bushels of wheat to Cynthi He introduced at this session and had called down. He referred to the suppor- Cynthiana,! nnd weighing 5C0 pounds, at 57c. loaded on cars. Mr. passed after a long Btrugglo the Chinese ters of tho Administration as tho "cuck- was found dead in bed. Her coffin was ana nartiea 1i!b crop to tho Paris MillBold Asberry bill, upon which every republican refus- oos in the House and Senate" who were made to order and waa four and a half at 50 cents also loaded. ing Company ed to vote. ' Ho made one of the best obeying "the command of their master, feet broad. J. A. Glvens is back from Florence, repeal of the Sherman the great Grover Cleveland." His words love for a married woman, Hopeless speeches on the S. O., where ho took a car load of horses Act and it attracted attention in many were declared unparliamentary, and he censed Pierre Brady, an athletic Frenchto sell. Ho disposed of 13 of them at States. He jb tho author of tho resolu- was about to be brought up for ceusure man, to kill hiniBelf in tho St. Jamea A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor from $50 to $150 and left tho remainder. tion endorsing the policy of the admin- when ho withdrew his foolish remarks. Hotel, New York. He was 30 yeara old Mr. Givona hurried homo bo os to boo T. D. RANEY, Manager. bounded but and unmarried. istration with reference to Hawaii, Boutelle also bloviated and aa many of the voters as possible boforo Stevens' unlawful his words fell harmlees and created no At Latrobe, Pa , Godfrey May, proprimary. prietor of two largo dry goods storea, se- tho course and declaring against annexation applause. W. B. Kidd did not go all tho way riously shot hia wifo because alio refused with that country, which were adopted Ho Dav Sickels, the New York Congress- to indorco a check, and then suicided by to New Orleans with his mules. Wednesday by the full vote of tho demof tho awful market that awaituselearned ocrat preeent. Gov. McCreary is the man who has long ago outlived his any shooting himself. Hia Birmingham Rolling MiIIp, ed him and Bold out at Atlanta. establishing the de- fulness, if indeed there waa over Thu lame author of the bill (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn,) for his existence, owned in Louisville, will resume opera- load of medium cotton mules brought a partment of agriculture, of the one to well defined reason Demolesa than $75. Winchester put farming implements on tho free list, was tho only democrat who had the tions next Monday, giving employment little hardihood to vote againt the McCreary to about 1,000 men. They havo been crat. Congress, to provide for a Tho depreciation in tho valuo of winch met in Washington with 10 Re- resolutions on the Hawaiian matter. The closed since, last July. flesh is shown in tho fact that Edipublics represented, and also for a Pan final vote stood 177 to 75, and then tho In four years there wero 15,94 mur horso D. Spotawood, of Harrodaburg, presi tor F. American Medical Congress, which met Boutello resolutions arraigning the ders in the United States. But l.OoO of I dent was defeated 101 to 91. We wish tho murderers wero ever called to ac- aoldattho Lexington ealcs four fine Saddles, Harness, lay and Seeds, will occupy this spacefills year in Washington last Summer. over $1,000 and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. thoroughbreds for a little The land court to settle land claims in we could say that this ends tho matter, count for thoir crimes, and of these 410 that cost him not very long ago over but many a weary day will come and go wero banted and 040 lynched. New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and $3,000. Curtis B. Hume, son of tho noted under which millions of acres of before we can. -- Gay Bros., of Woodford, havo engaged reclaimed, owes its exand clerk in the Farmers Nn. land have been the services of Sam D. Hinklo, Jr., ol Before you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than If the Legislature intends to pa?s all distiller istence to him, as does the law authortional Bank, of Richmond, died Monday tho bills that havo been dumped into its the cheapest. Lexington, to handlo thoir saddlers-Gaizing the president by retaliation to denight from the eflects of an overdose of will hate to get a move on hopppr, it Bros., it will bo remembered, won W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. s fend the rights of American fishing morphine, taken accidentally. itself and hustle as no other body of the the, HweepBtako saddle stallion premiums and fishermen, which has restored Christina Buhrer, of St. Louis, ia tho kind ever did. It is now going uown fair here with their lino three peace and protection to American fishkind of a woman to deal with burglars. nt the Highland Denmark. the last half of its journey and yet but Two of them broko into her houso and year-old- , ermen in Canadian waters. He is author 11 bills havo been passed by both HousTho horso season ia nearly hero of the report and resolutions defending she bagged them both with three shots, Hnea aro printed to rees of tho 437 introduced. Somebody, and killing one and mortally wouuding tho again and these the Monroe doctrine and of many other -- OF will be numerous, is going to get left other. he mind tho owners of Btallions and jacks bills of greater or less importance. Gov. of Nevada, O., has agreed that tho I.ntkmok Journal will bo in on his pet measure. Only 27 days reLevi Nye, McCreary was also appointed by Presiof tho session, and the governor to be buried GO daya for $500, a number tho ring this year with a now lot of picHarrison as ono of the Internation- main dent has said emphatically that he will not of doubting citizena having offered him tures and everything to enable it to sup-plal Monetary Commission at Brussels, extend it. all their wanta in best manner and that amount. He claiuiB the power of the only democrat on it, an honor as going into a tranco for an indefinite at the lowest figures. Make a note of great as the recipient is deserving. Mr. Wattkhson has been in New this. This is a record to be proud of and of York talking through his hat. He says period. A dispatch from Leadvillo, Col., says Tho Kentucky Futurity for foals of are duly appre- that Mr. Cleveland is moro of a master which his constituents In ono hour one man took 7,000 1891 is to bo trotted at Loxlngton next ciative. than a leader and takes occasion to try that from tho new Btriko October, and will bo a atako worth $20,- Gov. McCreary has given his entire to demonstrate that if he was elected worth of gold oro about 25 niiloa from 000, all but $5,000 of which should go to time and attention to the duties of his over his protest, it would perhaps have atFarncum Hill, largest nugget weighed 78 tho winning colt, yet Secretary Tipton office and labored in season, and out sea- been just as well for tho party if ho had there. Tho sell Oliver Chilled Plow Repairs in estimates that thoro will boa surplus of Is the only one authorized to son for his constituents. Ho has secur- not. It is very hard, if nol an absolute ounces. Stanford. A family named Walker, living in $10,000, in which event tho first colt will ed moro offices for his district than any impossibility, to convince a man against county, N. 0., consists of soven receive $25,000. tho largest Bum over won other Congressman and dono more for his will and Mr. WatterBon is no excep- Mitchell brothers and five sisters, all of whom aro in a trotting race. those who have asked his assistance than tion. Ho will always bo of tho Bamo Fred P. Bishop noticed in last issuo over six feet in height. Ono of tho All opinion still. any other man could have done. is said to bo seven feot niuo Mr. O. Vanoy'a statement in regard to brothers his reccommendations for office have farming paying and caused him to think The Henderson Journal credits ub inches tall. good and it is only the disappointed been -- Dealers in- Tho trial of Coughlin for tho mur- over what ho had Bold from hia father'a authorship of the "pomo" in and thoir friends, and they are not nu- with tho Durat somo forgotton dato farm of 82 acres, near Hustonvillo. merous, who are trying to creato the which tho lines appear, "The bed bug der of Dr. Cronin century, has entered ing tho year 1893, ho sold: whoat $95; has no wings at all, but ho geta there all during tho present impression that there is opposition to month's run at Chicago corn $105: hogs $177.40; lamba and wool One friend is inioUken. upon ita fourth the same." him in the district. outwind tho tariff de- $275; hay $333.74; foddor and oata $45 doss not appear to bo the The late, lamented.Ed Colgan is entitled and bidB fair to The present and took in $35 for grazing, making in to tho bate in Congress. proper timo to swap horses and it is to to whatever of honor may attach John and Will Turner attacked Dr. all $1071.20. Uo now has 30,000 lb baled almost become n be hoped that thoBO who are contempla- production, which has Will Nolin at Harlan O. II., but they hav for sale and 50 barrels of corn nnd a ting a candidacy for Congress will look "classic." will nover do bo any more. Ho killed Bufficient amount of provisions nnd. food well before they leap. Gov. McCreary The noxt pension agent for Kentucky thorn both and didn't geta scratch to do him this year. has never yet been beaten before tho will bo Col. Mat Adams or Mr. Northup. Hia brother killed two men the people, and he has given them no cause Sure Cure kor Love. A love lorn and Secretary Hoke Smith would not decide Bame way a few yeara ago. to turn (heir backs on him now. coal operators of lovely littlo maiden requests tho publicatho papers of botween tho two, but sent A incoting of tho Call and Examine their Stock. both to the president, who will likely Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama haa tion of tho following Btiro euro for love: The announcement is made that Davo announce his decision in a day or two. 12 ounces of dislike, 1 pound of resbeon called to tako action regarding tho Tako Smith has withdrawn from tho raco for olution, 2 grains of common Benso, Ho is thought to bo fayorablo to our legislation in tho National Houso Congress in the 4th district. Like the about 2 grains of experience, n large -Mat. coal. It is proposed that tho ground hog, Davo did not realize how 3 quarts of tho cooling meeting shall be hold at Knoxvillo sprig of timo, and ugly ho is until ho Baw his picturo in Tub fellow who grinds out the poetry Sot over tho water oi consideration. 13. the papers. Then he went back into his for the Tattler column of tho Louisville Tenn., February of lovo, sweeten with tho n gentle flro Capt. J. L. Bowmar, ono oi uie hole, pulled it in after him, and let m Times is another proof of tho Latin ad of forcotfulnesa, skim with tho spoon mnn In Eastern Kentucky, waa age, poeta nascetur non fit, and lie ia hope will always remain it. of melancholy, put in the bottom of your instantly killed in a sensational welcome to tako the allusion as compli ahot and with tho cork ot a clear Fair at San Francisco mentary, if he doesn't think he is not fit street duel at Mt. Sterling, wuu iteceiv- - heart and cork The remain and you will IT flUv Turner, of tho Montogonwy conscience. Let it affair. It to bo a poet. will run into a Is Receiving Hii And easo and be restored to your county circuit court, and of two of Tur- - quickly will not cloeo till August. Those who eonsea. These things can bo had at tho The Middleaboro Belt Lino Railroad ner'e frienda. Tho trouwo grew over can spare the time and money will prob: : of understanding, next door to nover have a better chance to visit and the Water Works of the defunct i, oiiatrml fart that Turuor had aliena houso ably Bowrnar'a wife and reason on Prudent street in the village of Now'a your ted the affections of tho Golden Coast, as the railroads offer MBgicCityarotobosold. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed; Give me call. Contentment. broken up hia homo. unusual inducements. chance to get the two for a nickel. and as nico as parlors. It doesn't always behave iteelf as nicely, however, asitlooks. When tho weather getB very cold the pressure gets bo low that in somo instances it becomes valueless at tho timo it is most needed. Then again, it frequently goes on a tear and death and destruction follows. An explosion of it at Indianapolis in tho homo of Louis Kenchler, killed and woun Jed fivo of his children and demolished the house. Thoro ip no Bweet without Its hitter. Tho old coal Btovo and wood fireplace may bo less tidy and moro troublesome, but after all they are not to be sneezed at for safety and certainty. Will Purvis, tho noted Mississippi Whito Cap desperado, was hanged at ColumbuB, Miss., for a murder commitonly needs tho president's signature to ted last year. make it a law, tho Sonato haying passed FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. it at last by a vote of 39 to 28. Ono Mr. Stowart, of Nevada, and Josiah Bishop sold to J. O. Johnson populist Senators. Kylo, reilor nd 21 hogs, 225 lba. at 5c, the George D. Hopper sold to A. F.MobAllen, voted with tho democrats. erly a gray maro for $120. Cou Silas Adams got mixed up on Yengor it Yeager bought of Silas At the Louisville Store this week. Bargains that will draw people tho questions of substitutes, amend Saudidgo a livery mar for 175. to our store this week. Tha purchasing power of $i will be found by things connected with tho ments and Dr. G. W. Bronaugh bought in Madevery customer who buys goods at this great sale to be three times Hawaiian affair, nnd voted for tho Mc- ison 10 head 1,200 feeders at 3jc. Creary resolutions. When ho discover- P. O. Saudidgo shipped to Cincinnati what it was xnc year ago. Don't miss it. (1 Ida miatako ho asked to bo allowed to yesterday two car loads of corn fed wethcorrect his vote, but ho was not granted ers. "V5 ft M. 70 'Mi m 1 em the privilege Tho colonel Bhould keep Wednesday's Bales at Lexington I C his eyo skinned. 41 m wero 79 head of trotters at an average of Demoralization IN PRICES. - lUUPJLYJLJE J&J&MA 4c, vtpj tc ir m I . first-clas- s 7ic, -' Comfopts 40e, worth 75, Si-75 13-10- 1 Boots and Shoes at Half Value. n. g $,-70- 0 West-Point- re-ti- WE MUST UNLOAD LOUISVILLE : STANFORD, KY, STORE, con-demi- B. K. WEAREN, Pan-Americ- Dealer iu Carriages, "Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, Mon-Un- a, Get His Prices yes-Bil- y Bogus Oliver Chilled Flow Repairs J. K. VANARSDALE, FARRIS & HARDIN, him-sel- f. Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Queensware, Glassware, Harness, &c. Plows, Wagons, Harrows tUG.sRUPLEY.- con-cerni- nest-tnnw- bu-c- ar 'Mm Mid-wint- er mid-summ- or FALL AND: WINTER GOODS. TmlWlffif8 H3 "re" -- ?K ;k r- - tf.' ' ' r " i'",!tr'.f' ' ? Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Stkhlincj ailvor novelties at Danka. i Fiiwm fish to-da- y at V. II. Brady's. & Oo.b The skies havo been leaky for several days but clear aud colder weather is promised to-da- CHURCH AFFAIRS. Btanfokd, Ky., Feijiu'Ary 9, 1891 Cou Giuddock, of tho Paris puns as follows: The republican postmiatress of Stanford has been E. C. Walton, Business Manager of Wb wialijto impress you that our stock Itout-ed- . Tuesday Mrs. Courts cour floods is without an equal in Stanford. teously transferred to Mr. Bout. Danke tho Joweler ... MEANS IU3IHES8. Thk articlo on tho I. 0. 0. F., which Wiiitp. goods, hamburgs, laces, gingBuy vour school hooka and school sup hams, towels, table linens, napkins, appears on tho 4th page is not an advertisement. Wo print it of our own plies of all kinda nt A. It. Penny's. carpets, etc. Soveranco & Son. accord becauao of tho great good tho or.. Watch KB, clocks and jewelry repaired and warrnnted. EtiKriivini; a specialty, Tiik Danvilliana nro still talking about der haa done hero and tho liberal way it at A. It. Penny's. has dealt in all its transactions. (he Tun largest stock of Druefl, Medicines, waterworks. Let them buy plant. That will bu ns near as Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at Tiik members of tho democratic counA. It. Penny's. Prescriptions n special- they will over get to havo water works ty committee aro requpsted to meet at ty. of their own. e, Monday at 11 a. m. for tho tho purpose of making tho necessary I iiavk just had now hath tubs put in PERSONAL POINTS. my shop and tho rooms havo been paint- arrangements for tho primary election Mkb. M. 6. Hauoiima.v is quitn sick. of March 3rd. 11. It. Gentry, Chairman. 1). 0. Ki.MOTT, of Caaoy, was in town ed and furnished from bottom to top. Call in any lime and get n clean refreshSomi Out. John ,V. Carrier has sold Wednesday. MiBfl Annii: Alcokn has hcen his stock of whiskies and bar fixtures at quito ing bath, Jesso J. -Thompson. sick for several days. Tin: Louiavilio Times sends us with Rowland to Albert Ilommel who will Mips IIki.kn Tnviutoxn has gone, to its compliments, one of its artistic calen- continue tho business. Mr. Carrier has Ilorso Cave to visit relatives. dars. They aru not only handsome but moved to Richmond, whero ho will keep W. Ai.cons and W. O. We'oh valuable in moro ways than ono, aluco a boarding houso. Afterwards Mr. Isaac Col. J. Hamilton got out nn attachment on the went to Frankfort Tuesday. certain numbers aro good for $3. goods for a debt Mr. Carrier owed him P. W. Giikkn in attending the Lexing I)n. Hkdlky, who lectures hero to- and as a consequence Mr. Ilommel will ton horao huIch. IIu has eevaral there to night is considered by many to bo the not continue tho business. dispose of. Mib Mauy Bowles, of St. Marys', who ocfltlecturor now before tho public. His Tiik change in the postofllco has been has been the guest of Mrs. W. B, Mudd, "Master Passion" is his master picco and he will favor his audience hero with it. accomplished with tho friction reduced returned homo Tuesday. to tho minimum, and tho indications Pitoi' M. F. Biioudii, who hns heon up Don't fail to attend. are that P. M. Rout will run things, if in Clay, furnishing school houncs with Tnoflit having claims against the coun- not according to Hoylo, according to law. map, charts, Ac., returned Wednesday, ty, allowed at tho last October term can Mrs. Courts is giving him nil tho points 40,010 accessions. having completed tho joh. Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. fiSTBcware of the bogus repairs.that are get their money by calling on county necessary and Miss Klllo Warren occn The Christian Federation or ProraMkhbiib. Ki Itiaiioi and Va Arnold, cl ojTcrcd by different parties. clerk George B. Cooper and getting an sionally lends a helping hand. MissSuo tion church, which waa to havo been orLancaster, took tho train hero yesterday order for it, which Tieasnrer W. M. Rout, tin new assistant, had somo expe- ganized Feb. !, Bt Chicago was postponwith a colored lunatic, Frank Slaughter, Hright at tho Farmers Bank aud Trust rience under thu old administration, ed to March 1. Tho object of the new whom tlioy were taking to tho nHylum. Co's ofllco will pay. which the is bringing into play and ia church shall bo to furnish a church homo Mil Walkxii Mason, of Williamshurg, mm m ii "catching on" rapidly. for those whoso convictions lead them tho hriglit young lawyer and newspaper Atthntion is called to thu card of Mr in this direction. An organization that man, camu up to attend tho funeral of J. W'. Givens. Tho onu that appeared Tiik I.vtkkioii Journal acknowledges will mother every righteous reform, and MrH. Nowiand, and paid ua u in last issue was written by a friend, who tho following from Sheriff J. C. Colson, his aunt, while opposing tho union of Church and failed to maku his statements consist of Bell county, " l ou aro hereby extenhighly appreciated call. State, will not heaitato to assert its Miss Almu Hick, of Grand Junction! witli a former card published by Mr. ded an invitation to bo present at the authority to censure wrong doCol., who hna .een viniting hor aunt, (livens. This ono was written by him execution of Robert Marlcr nt Pincville, ing, in corporations, iu legislative halls Foby.0, 1801. K. C. Walton has acceptMrs. Dr. J. K. Van Armlale, left Tues- and means business. Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your and the ballot box whero tho citizens The Drug-Stor- e day f r Lexington whero shn will tako a ed tho invitation nnd left for tho giu- aets the stamp of his sovereign approval Tiik Louisville Times copittu from tho some scene course in tho Commercial Ccllego. All tho ar this morning. Mips Xoiia Pitiwrs, who went to Jes. Lancaster Record mistakes and all, an rangements havo now been completed, or disapproval upon the acts of men and parvies. It is intended to be local, state Himliio to sen her sick uncle, Mr. Frank item which originally appeared in its thu governor has finally refused to inter own columns, with reference to tho lo fere, tho ropo has been tested with n 200 and national. Hb creed will bo Christ; Folger, returnod Wednesday, tho old School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, He cal option election in tho Crab Orchard pound bni: of sand nnd nothing now re ita authority, God's Word; its work, the gentloman having died Monday. Liquors for Medical Purposes. silvation of souls, salvntion from sin and ia to bo held was a brother of Mrs. Addio Philips, if precinct. Thu election mains but to tie it nround Marler's neck the salvation of our country. For furthas March 10th, and not on tho this place, ami leaves a wlfo and tlvo and send him to Kindomjcome. Slier- er information those interested are asked stated. children. ill Colaon will ofllcinto and not delegate . to address Itev. J. W. Willis, 0 nnd 8 N. While fording lagan's Creek on his his duties tolnnother. Tho next 1. J. LaSalle Ave., Chicago. Call and sec us. CinANDVICIHITV. way to Dudderar'B Mill with four sacks will havo n full account of the businei s. Dankb, tho people's Joweler. of corn, the water swept tho wagon of DIB. G. It is reported that a great many ... SoiiK time ago n young lellow who rep Jim Warren away and ho had to swim counterfeit dimes are in circulation. Joweler. Dankb, thu up to dto for dear life. Tho horses got looso and resented himself aa Frank Brown work They aro new and bright and described & Hardin, Diu IIedlky at Wulton's Opera Houeo swam out and tho wagon lodged against ed tho check racket on Farris as being good counterfeits, except that getting S2S.25 in cash and a razor. The an obstruction, but tho corn has not been tonight. they nre very light in weight and give n check had tho namo of Green Woodseen since. giassy sound when struck. Boiin, to tho wife ot Ben Itouten, of cock to it nnd purported to be for steers. The Now Orleans carnival was inauTiik Superior Court hns reversed tho Tho identity of tho young scamp has Rowland, a girl. gurated with a ilow of blood. Four murdecision of tho Knox Circuit court giv- been disclosed. Ho is Charley Jones, FitKMi Yellow Butter wanted at A. A. ing a section hand damages against tho better known aa Tobe, and is n son of ders in one evening is a proof of the gay ety of the metropolis of New Orleans. Warren's at onco. L. & N. for getting hurt by a hand car Charles Jones, n worthy citizen of Boyle, Are Talking About Our New Tho Kentuckians there experienced n who is nn old friend of Mr. Farris, and Wantkd panta to mako and coats to which had a defective brake handle, of home-likfeeling. the man knew of tho detect and who agreed to refund the money as soon kind bind. Mrs. Julia Hughes. Tho last words of Valliant, the Paris was therefore guilty of contributory aa he can. Tho identification was mado were: "Death to SocieOlivkk chilled plow points, three for negligence. J. W. Alcorn and Wilson ifc by Mr. T. D. Nowland, who went with ty; long live Anarchyl" Ho refused to 1, at W. II. Wearon A Co.'s. IUwlings represented tho railroad. Mr. Farris to Danville Wednesday. Tho Barrices of n priest and Baid ho would " ... young man denied hia guilt, but camo Son's adverlisi-men- t. Riau Severance have nothing to do with religion or any III i.iii have been introduced in ConasThey nro quoting somo very low gress by Gov. McCreary to pay Chas. L. near weakening when Mr. Nowland of ita adherents. Ilia head was'nt cut serted so positively that he waa tho one. prices. Carter, of Lincoln county, $500 for prop- Ho ia said to bo "llighty," and for thia ofl too quickly. , Rkna Fihhkii, HuiniLK, and Ann K erty taken by tho Federal army; to pay reason and others, Mr. Farris declined to KKW ADVERTISEMENTS. Murphy, Danville, havo been granted W. G. Dunn, administrator of Cooper get out a warrant for him. for property Dunn, Garrard co., 0 9 9 pensions. used by tho Federal army, and It. II. The other night two shots which received nnd NoiiTHKUN seed oats just I heirs, of Lincoln county, $300 Bounded aa loud aa tho report of a canW. II. Givens' will bo sold at hard timo prices. for two horses taken by tho Federal non rent tho air, and n crowd was Boon Wenren & Co. I would like to exchange tome nrmy. mailing in tho direction from whence for they came, to find Jim Mershon, special Roal Don't fail to call on us Monday in Corbln, Ky., "H" Pendleton, who lias withdrawn policeman, with n smoking gun bo exW field seeds or anything in our lino. 1-1-- 2, Improved or unproved, lor some good Stallions from tho raco for jailer, took a very sen- cited ho could hardly nrticulato. When and uddlo or tutncii hones. H. Htggins. With ho could catch his breath sufficiently, D. T. CHESTNUT, Corbm, Kjr. sible view of tho surroundings. 1-- 4, 1-2 Anytiiino and overythiug in tho jow-ol- ry a friend and a supporter of his, ho spent he said that ho had boon employed to completo nn entiro afternoon polling tho county guard n car load of coal nnd thnt a negro lino can bo found in our on his vote. After tho joh was complet- with a sack had como to help himself. R II. Hronxugh, Adm'r of D. G. Slaughter, de stock. Danks tho Jeweler. New Percalsat ioc, I24cand 15c. New Dress Ginghams at ' cerned, rut., vi. l). . Slaughter'. Mrs. and ed he fonnd that ho could count with Ho ordered him oil' but the iimn refusing 10c, i2iC, iSc. New Satteen in beautiful designs. Have just openNotice to Creditors. Credilors,Defts. Wiibn did you say you wore going to certainty on only 13. As this waa an Ily virtue of an ordr ot rcferrlice In this cue, ed new lot of Ladies' Heel and Spring Heel Kid Shoes at $1.50, to go ho let looso n charge of bird shot $2, piy your nccount at McKinnoy Bros? unlucky number ho wisely concluded at him. That started him nnd aa he ran the undersigned C'om'r will hear prooi ofaDd These are" all brand new goods. We invite you to make report ol claims against the estato of O. G. $2. 75 and $3.50. day. Wasn't it county court to let tho matter drop then nnd there. and the creditors are notified . tho othor load was sent nt him, which Slaughtei, deed,, file tlifir calms before the call and sec them. toproducoand properly verified, before the oth.day of says knocked him a double somer W. K. Vaiinon, candidato for Jim Judk February 1804. Miis. Pokik T. Coukts, after four years .' will speak at tho court-housault and mado him drop his hat and R.C.WARREN, ofsorvico retiree from tho Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. 94 sack, A certain negro was auspicioned next Monday, county court day. .. Sho with tho good will of everybody. it was found that it waa not he and City Tasks. All city taxes that aro haa dono well nnd fully demonstrated butclow has yot been found to the idenno not paid by April 1st will havo 0 per that she js n woman of remarknblo ca- tity of tho would-bcoal thief. cent, added. 0, J. Nowland, City Mar- pacity. Tho lNTKHiouJounN'Ai.ncknowl-edge- s many favors nt her hands which it shal. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. is ono of tho very duly appreciates and holds itself ready Tin Cosmopolitan John Yufor, n widower of 37, and to reciprocate whenever opportunity ofbest of $2 magazines. Wo can furnish it Corn, Miss Paulino Cihauer woro mado onu Tomatoes, fers. Miss Kflie Warren, her excellent to our subscribers at $1.25, a littlo over yesterday. Ho In from Switzerland, she Succotash, String Beans, assistant, 1b nlso deserving of praiso, nnd 10 conta a number. from Germany. it gives us pleasure to extend it. Early June Peas, Gibbs small Peas Next Sunday near Waynesburg Mr. Fivk Bhares of stock in tho Formers To make your winter of discontent glorious summer? If so invest Baked S Potatoes who is 47 and a widower, French Peas, Ik speaking of Edward Baxtor Perry, Daniel Jacobs Bank and Trust Co. of Stanford will bo your hard earned dollars in some stuffthat we are now closing to Apricots, will lead Miss Lucy McMullon, a pretty Pears, aold at auction nt 1 v. m. Fob. 12, in front who ia to give a piano recital and musicPeaches, Sliced Pineapple, make room for a magnificent spring stock, a part of which is now arO in Stanford. Monto al lecturo at Walton's Opera Uoubo, Fob. maiden of 22 to the hymonial altar. of tho riving. A Columbus, O., man. has instituted Mr, 17, tho Philadelphia Times says: Grat'd Pineapple, Oysters, Fox. . Perry haa emphatically disproved tho divorco proceedings against his wife, Red Cherries, White Cherries, Bank Stock hok Salk. Twenty-fou- r disheartening statemeut bo oftou mado becauso alio prefers to Bit up all night in Bhnrea of stock in tho First National kitchen to occupying the same apart- Gr.gauger plums Clov'r leaf salmon tho S. that thero is little field for piano music Bank qf Stanford for salo privatoly. Mushroons, Roast Beef, in America. Ho has talonta aa n loctur-- cr ment with him. If so, don't remain so, but come and buy one of our cheap blankets P. and D. B. Stagg, oxecutoru of Daniel Mrs. Cecilia Livers, of Simpson which perhnps could not bo found Chipped Beef, Ox Tongue, or comforts. That old rusty hat. New ones like it. Off and buy Stogg, dee'd, of bigamy. united to extreme musical attainments in county, haa been convicted one of ours. Selling now at prime cost. Don't go barefooted when Deviled Ham, Potted Ham, Wk have giveu you tho month of Jan- another instance throughout tho coun Sho is only IS nnd has been married to you can buy odd lots of shoes from us at half price. That old underAmer. Sardines, uary to sottlo your accoilnt. So yon may try; and tho lecturo recital, originated by tho fourth husband within the lost two Mackerel, wear that has been patched so often; throw it in the rag bag and get from ub by statement or him. allorilB ample scope lor his rare years, wituout nnvmg Bocureu divorce. Mustard Sardines. expect to hear something new, lower than was ever sold before. Lay aside those old Prepare to Bottlo. gifts in both linca. A Toledo man ia suing the same woboo us, in porson. patched pants and that old coat, the sleeve of which is worn out alin man tho third time for divorco. Ho Soveranco it Son. where you have wiped your nose so often, and come and get someBody Found. Wo aro indobted to ways marriea her again a few months F. M. Wahk, of lUcKmnoy, 18 now In Chief Train Dispatcher, W. F. Sheridan Tomato Catsup, thing at 33 per cent, less than value. Remember while we are closseparated from her Preserves, being legally tho middle of a big clearance Bale ami is for tho following dispatch: The remains This time tho court ought to sontenco ing all heavy goods, we are receiving daily new lines of Chili Sauce, Celery Sauce, to nil who giving unheard of bargains of K. A. Banner, who disappeared near him to livo'with hor tho rest of hia natPepper Sauce, Mustard dressing, call. Granulated BUgar, 21 pounds for Big Stono Gap, Jan. 3d, were found by a ural life. coffee 21c. and all other White Onions, $1; Arbucklo's President Harrison says he ia not Olives, littlo boy Tuesday in Cumberland river goods In proportion. near the point whero his hat waa picked going; to marry Mre. Leland Stanford, . New stock of Canned goods, ev- White goods, Embroideries, Ginghams, Percales, Dress Goods, HosOlinger, the California many millionup in tho Killkd. A dispatch saya that W. B. searching river atGrabs woro Va., by a widow of Mrs. Stanford saya sho ia not ery can guaranteed. Chrystalized iery and everything new. Last, though not least, to the Ladies. Do party. sent from aire, and Comer, ono of tho contractors for tho not take the Grip and die for the want of a Cloak. We would ratherV bo it ia Pie Preparation, VanHoutens CoMountain tunnel, waa killed by Louisville and everything done in timo going to marry tho Klnga remains without result. Large natural to suppose that they will not coa and Atmore's Plum Pudding. give you one. The price shall not be in the way. Come now while 111., Tuesto recover an explosion near Lockport, to we are in the humor. left Middlebboro Wed-- marry. Mr. Harrison leaves of where ho had a contract on tho crowd friends day, Hia remains nesday to prepare the remains for ship- - deliver a course of law lectures in Stan- McKINNEY nuMnn nrnlnnua Canal. HOCKER. ' mont to his home at Philadelphia. ford University Iq California. were brought to Danville. Kentuck-ian Fikld booiIb at W. II. Woaren at tho lowest caah prices. Mid-dlcsbo- ro court-hous- Rev. Ben Helm will preach at tho Presbyterian church at 11 a. m. and 7 r. M. Sunday. Tho Western Recorder pays ftev. I have about completed my stock of goods which is composed of John A. Broaddus a cont a word for everything he writes for it. Queens-wareTho now Presbyterian qhurch in Henderson will probably bo the ilncat in every respect in tho 8tato of Kentucky, Plows, Salt, Lime, Cement, &c, all bought at the lowest CASH tho Louisville churches not excepted. PRICE, and having no old stock to carry, I am able to give prices Lent began Wednesday but as there are only ono Catholic and lesa than a that will be dozen Episcopalians in town, it will be remarkable moro for tho bread than tho observance. To Investivate. Appreciating the favors shown me heretofore I Rev. T. DeWitt Talmngo will preach again ask-- share of your patronage. Respectfully, his last sermon in tho Brooklyn Tabernacle on tho first Sunday in March, n few weoka nfter which ho will leavo with his Jennie Weaken, Clerk. family for tho Orient. In tho injunction case to prevent tho Mothodiat Conferenco from removing Wesieyan College from Milleraburg to Winchester, tho United States .u-- . premo Court decided for tho Conference, and tho school will remain nt Wincliee- Dealer in Oliver Chilled and Bucher & Gibbs' Imperial tir, whero it was located some time ago. The St. Louis, Globe Democrat shows thnt a great religiotiB revival has been sweeping over the country. Its careful ly gathered statistics show that tho numDouble Shovel Plows, Plow Harness and ber of converts allying themselves with tho various evangelical churches in the States of MitBOuri, Illinois, Kansas, and Texas, nnd estimates that Binco September 1, 1893, there have been I am the only authorized Agent in the East End of the county for NWW STOCK o 3 Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Iron Wagon Material, , TO YOTLTM INTElUMOTo W. H. HIGGINS. Wo Bo PJEMKITO 3a Ar-kans- as FIELD SEE3DS. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. .. God-ordaine- d DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. Drugs, School Supplies, The Best Goods For The Least MoneyS. 1- -th HOCKEB, TIio Druggist. PEOPLE 4, o bomb-throwe- r, ii m t 0 XTOTICE m Estate 95-- tf Lincoln Circuit Court. in Lancaster Ginghams, Apron Checks and Dress Style at 5c; New Turkey ?ed prints at 5c. New Indigo prints at 5c. New Fancy prints 5c. New shirting prints at 5c. All new goods just in. New white goods New Laces. New Hamburgs, 7, 7 Brown Cottons 5c 6 7, 7 Bleach cotton, 5c, 6 Cts. Sc SEVERANCE & SON. ; so post-ollic- o m o " Something to Eat Are You Ready! ABB TCDU court-houB- IkiLPo ... Heinz' Goods Stock. af-t- or New Spring Stock, . r to-da- y & HUGHES & TATE. J-- 3 &-i- t r .'xJ.j.ijr'.Ahtt ', t9iift9-- f f.Tllfc) V ESS2S1CI 'T T5-T- F fr . COMMERCIAL BLOCK CANDIDATES Tuk Independent Order of Odd FelD. S. 0A11PENTER, lows, nn oignimation having for its obi At the old stand ol J. II. Green, In bo Voted for at tho Primary, ject tho elevation ot mankind, morally To March 3rd. - - Kontucky, and intellectually, recognizing ninn's in Always on hand Hustonvillo, Two doors above nnd great need of dividual helplessness Has just received an excellent addition to his B. . in all the affairs of life, reTho Nobicst and Nicest Goods? tt. k of Furniture and cordially mviics sou to call and examine it. He is also airent lor the Oilier Is a candidate (or the democratic nomination for quires its members to aid, assist and pro- County Attorney, subject to the Primary Election, Can be hail in the market. Prices lower than the V.11111CU anu auver steel now as well ns repairs lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and for same No plows stand higher In the estimatect each other, to visit tho sick, relievo March 3rd. tion of the public than these. His stock ol harness enanune before bn lug nnd protho distressed, bury tho dend, and saddles is larger than ever. Has also added MARY DAVIS DUDDKRAR. Stanford, Ky. a line ol Uusguw, Surreys nnd Stoves. Mrs. Kate Duddtrur, Mnnagir IX. MERSHON tect tho widow and orphan. It leaches Black Smith Mioti for rent, located on College, and Main Streets. Itustonsllle. Best totaled shop futhcrhootl of God, tho brotherhood Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the In the west end of I.lnculn co. Oood smith can ! get all Ihe work he is looking far. Apply 10 me of ninn, ami place all men upon an equal-it- the Democracy. in Itustonsllle, only one smith in town as members of ono groat family tho D.S. CARPKNTLR. HAMPTON, human race. It opposes all forms of At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries ene mile West vice and immorality, leachos temperance Is a candidate for jailer, subject to tho action ot of Kingsvlllc, Lincoln county. We have as fine a the democracy. stock of Fruit Trees as any man ever handled, in nil things nnd strives to lend man to ready for transplanting rito orchard and garden this Kail Orcharus of Apples and Peaches will F. D. lULEY.'jProprletor, the cultivation of brotherly lovo and hube assorted 10 suit customers at $10 per hundred. SAM 91. OWENS, The trees are nice, the varieties the best. Every London, - man sympathy. While the Order exerts Kontucky. Is a candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- thing needed to inaku home attractive and the a powerful moinl and educational children happy will be found here. Far circulars I have moved to my new Hotel land am ject to the action of the democratic nroary. betfr address J. A. McKKK & CO.. which prevents so much unnecesPrepared than ever to accommodate the public Kingsville, Ky. 64 attached and every convenience desary suflor.ng and distress", it also possessnied. (Jive mt a call. T7 FRANK RILKY. es an admirable system for tho dispensa ft candidate (or Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub Is tion of material aid to its members in ject to the action of the democratic prim try. : times of sickness, distress or dilllculty. English and Classical. For males and females, J. This Order has now enrolled over nine JKLLILO TENNKSSRE, HUNimEi) thousand members in good Is'a .Candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county and : : Kentucky, themselves Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. friends standing, and initiates over sixty tuou-san- h atks.hu as he is not to commit si home and to any work. forced to stay one else, Next session begins Feb. 1. 1R94. The course now members every year. Hit candidacy is subject to the sction ot the Dem- and teaching thorough, the buildings and grounds beautiful and rates reasonable. Young ladies The best hotel In the city and the only one with Its Lodges are to bo found in nearly ocratic partjTj bearded in the College; young gentlemen boarded a sample room for drummers Uspecia attention in tho land. In the town. For further particulars address the to the traveling public. Rates Jj. every city, town and village G. XV. President. MIL ION ELLIOTT It has an annual revenue of over bkvkk Is a Candidste lor Jsller, subject to the sction of -- THE OLD- and distributes for tho he Democracy. million dollars, relief of distress over sevkn thousand XTow PIVK HUNKKKD DOLLAUS l'KK DAY, nearly M. EJLKIN, SAM WARNACK.Pror. THBEE million dollars per annum. ls,a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action Wc have opened on Depot Street a show over Kecorded statistics Butcher Shop, where wc will keep at all times iht London, of the democracy. KENTUCKY. best meats that the country affords. We will hanmillion dollars paid by Odd dle nothing but the best and will Refitted and refurnished and in every way pre. Fellows in the United States for the relief pared to attend the wants ol the public. Rati! JNO. CASH ONLY, very reasonable. of aistres?. Is'a Candidate forlAssessor, aubjcctlto'.tne action There arc now in tho Ordor 10,'J74 Sub- o( the Democratic party. As we csn cot Veep books. Our customers will be served In the best it) So rnd we solicit the patordinate Lodges, 2,503 Subordinate Enronage ofthe public alto buy ijtxxl cattle and hogs. ANDERSON CARR ,V CO., E. campments, 05 Subordinate Grand Lodg. Having secured Manford, Ky, len from Cincinnati the services ol Miss Msttie Al883m as Trimmer for this season, I es, KJ Subordinate Grand Encampments Is a candidate for to the office of Ascordially Invite ihe ladies to Inspect a carefully selected stuck ol Millinery al prices 10 suit the; and 4 Independent Grand Lodges, (Grand sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of the democratic party. I times. The ladles are Invited to we my nice, new Lodge of tho German Empire, Australaline ol Stamped Linen and Embroidery Material M1SSL1CC1E 1IEAZLKY, sia, Denmark and Switzerland). BAILEY, Stanford, Ky. Mr. William LandgratVa employment as my Stanford Lodge, No. 150, I. O. O. F ,df Is a candidate (or Jailer, subject to.'theaction of agent for the sale of lands In the Swiss and GerStanford. Ky., ranks among the foremon the old JeQersonlan democracy.! man Colony at Otienheim, Lincoln county, Ky., has ceased and MR WM II USER Is now my THF P.O. MILLINERY. Lodges in tho State. They own their agent therelor J til such agency shall be revoke,). All legal matters concerning ihe pun hateand sals Hall and havo nearly $3,000 Mirplus in WALLACE of such lands will bo attended to by W 11, Miller, tho Widow and Orphans Fund and are la a candidate for re lectionpo the otllceof Coun- my attorney, of Stanford, Ky. at the room and see the Jsn. j6,'oj. J OTTENHKIMER constantly increasing in membership and ty Judge; subject to the action of.dcmocratic and Boat Soloctod financial strength. Stock is known throughout Stanford Lodge GIVENS JAMES Of Millinery in town. The goods and prices arc for its enterprise and the the Stato bound to please you. la a Candidate lor County Judge of Lincoln, sub10 MRS. COURTS. manner in which it confers tho ject to the sction ot the Democracy. Ky. Initiatory and other Degrees illustrating Practical CARPET "yTEAVEH, JOHN M. JOHNSON tho principles of Friendship, Lovo nnd nro held every Tues- Is a Candidate for Assessorof Lincoln county Truth. Its meetings IIss tstely purchssed the celcbisttd party. McKINNKY, KY. day evening. The fee for the. Initiatory subject to Ihe actlor. ol the Democratic Newcomb Fly Shuttle Loom, of which Degree is ten dollars I have bought abore mentioned" Hotel at A. GIVENS And is prepared to do all kinds of Carpet and Rug and have attached a must accompany the petition). The Weaving. Fancy weaving on Shaols, Murtiars, Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- Ktc Call and etamine my work. Degrees are five dollars each. Tho annu- Is a Candidate forof the Democratic party. guarantee Firat-Clao- a Ear and Pool Room. ject to tbe action worn at low prues. al dues are six dollars. repaired and refurnished Iht HoUl and Tills Lodge pays to its members while am better thsn ever sick or disabled from following their usuIs a candidate forUaller, subject to ths sction of Prepared to Accomtnodato tho al avocation tho sum of five dollnrs a the democratic party Public. week. In case of the death of a member benefits and Hpeial attention In Commercial Men. fifty dollars is paid as funeral GEORGE B. COOPER, Fine l.lvtry and Feed Stable attached, in caso of death of tho wifo of a member the ollice ot P W CHEEN, Proprietor. Is a candldato for re election to JESs ROUT, Manager. Count llerk and will appreciate you support. twenty five dollars paid. March SemiWeekly Interior Journat She Kne PROOF POSITIVE. ZMiiiLXjXiisrrEiEe'sr l'ost-Olllc- well-know- n h rl V ill c ip ii r . ii if Thnt Trunk Win Horn nnil Told Him All About It. Published Every Tuesday and Friday AT It wns nt tho bngtrngu rooms in tho g2 PfflR YJCUITV ADVANOM Fort fatrcer depot. The womnn h:ul lost not so paid 3:4.60 will be chirged."m tho check for her trunk, ami ns is usual d in such enses where no suspicion is slio was asked to iilontify hor bag- K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "Oh, I can pick that trunk out of n Train nam Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning thousand. It Was n zinc covered trunk with a btrap around it, nutl it had a big at 5:10 p. m. W for "Whito on onch end. It was a L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. trnnk my sister bought in Cincinnati and Hail train coins North.,, 1x37 pm paid )0 for, and after sho got crippled up ' " South ..113pm .... 11 31 pa with rhouuimism nml couldn't get out fixpress train " South.. any morn sho sold it to 1110 for 2, There " " North- -, am . ...a........... Lical Freight North.., ...a 07 ......... ..mi ..930 pm it is now! I'd swear to that trunk in AfbOUlu....... rica!" Th Utter traim alio carry passengers, "But abont tho contents, ma'am. Yon The above it calculated on itandard time Solar ime it about 10 minute foster. havo tho key?" "Of course I have. I had this key mado QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. in Buffalo last week. I lost tho other koy Going North train pais Junction City as fol- about a year ago and always believed Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Vcs lows: that Mrs. Robinson's baby swallowed it p. m Florida tibuie Limited 3 p. m. Local wbilo I was there visiting. Tho poor Limited aui a. ra South N O. Vestibule l:j$ p. m. Florida thiug had cramps for thrco months after Ltmtted 11 p m Local i:ai p. (ni. I left, and sho wroto mo tho other day Vestibule arrives S:o p. m. that sho never expected it would bo a healthy child again." "Describo tho contents," said tho officer as ho pulled tho trnnk down. "Well, let mo see. Wo'll begin with tho till first. There's my bonnet in tho bonnet box. I paid $7 for it in Buffalo last year nnd had over $3 worth of trim mings put on last week. I don't kuow as I shall want to wear it onco while hero, but I thought I'd bettor bring it along. I was nover quito satisfied with that bonnet, but I snpposo "What olse?" interrupted tho man. "There's n black fan which cost mo 09 Mbsolafefy cents. I got it at n sale, and everybody Bays it was a bargain. My sister Emily was with mo tho day I bought it, and sho A cream of tarter baking pow- could swear to it if necessary. Sho adder. Higcst of all in leavening vised mo to get a whito fan, but I pre Latest United States fer" strength. "I don't caro about tho particulars, Government Food Report. ma'am." "Oh, you don't? Well, there's a black-shaPOWDER CO., in thoro which used to belong to 106 Wall St.. New York. my Aunt liunico. bho had it for 10 years Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., before sho died, and then it fell to my mother. Let's see. That shawl must Miners and shippers of the GENUINE have been in our family for for" "Go on, ma'am." "Then there's my black silk drees. I Try it We are the sole agents tor Stanford land paid $1.50 a yard for it in Buffalo, but I Rowland, Office corner ot Depot street and railgot cheated. I hadn't worn it but twico road crossing. 6 HIGGINS & WATTS. when tho silk cracked nnd creased all up. I went back nnd told tho clerk of it, but ho wouldn't do anything about it A. S. Tho next tiino I buy n silk dress I SURGEON DENTIST. en e, J. PAXTON, ontor-tnine- JOHN y Fruit Trees For Sale PETER THE RILEY HOUSE inllu-cne- e, T. I. NEWLAND T. HATCHER Blue-Gra- ss Garrard College, TI20 Floroxxo Hotel, Blue-Gr- Lancaster, DEBORD u F. Meat Shop. first-class HOUSE, 11. six-ty-on- i: .mwaen i BRIGHT SELL FOR m Pure D.KENNEDY, V coin-fe- d TO THE INDIES. NOTICE 11 royal:baking JOHN E. Y4RNON, par-t- 1 post-offic- e yj Original Jellico Coal. PRICE, Largest W. Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, IT Office over McRoberti wm& "CTlA pro-pos- o" Commercial Hotel, Owsley Building. Drug Store in the new Stanford. ft ' . "Well, let's see. Oh, yes! On tho bottom of the trunk are fonr sheets I was T 1 ! bringing to my sister. I made and bleached 'em myself. Sho's got four boys, and V&M tho way they do kick tho sheets out is rrposiTOrirS?010 Twa'wcnt, consisting o something awful. I don't suppose I could Caprcles of Ointment lloipsof Ointment. A neveMaillns euro for PilS havo brought her nnything else that sho would" H JAPAJNTESES ujmm Jnm AJUrJES "I don't ctto about that." "Nover mind about tho dross." "Tho waist was beaded." 4 (one-hal- f J. ursi-ciaa- s If rSTO"D DINK PARMER iit i?1! R. - SIMMER. Ii PV Jihn "What else?" "There's a pair of gray pants on top 3, 1894. Democratic primary Saturday, the 8heet an old pair belonging to my - "pa Secretary Lamont reports that there husband. They nro worn a littlo thin on uurtu, tua rrevemoo, tho knoea, bjt they will do to cut over are 8,223,997 men available for military Farmers Bank&Trnst Co fe?.rS?t"nIrn,i','ST05lic ilia Lta(.iver relicts for ono of tho boys. I'vo brought up duty in the United States. .'iULATOK an.1 """i.1 "r It,"'. hmnn ," ' rt " plcnsont to threo boys myself nnd know how awful 1 Of STANFORD, KY., ".. v. mu uw. ouxtues they are on pants. Sometimes it wouldn't taoenii Two Kinds of Womon Isnow fully organucd and ready (or business wilt aoAKAifTEra ! -- Cd cl t 1.7 nreU Dr. Pierce's Kaorlte Prescription those bo four weeks before" who want to bo strong, and thoe who wut to be - $200,000 "You can have tho trunk!" bluntly re- wade well. It builds up, InvlRoiatw, regulates Paid up OapitaliOf A. R. PENNY. Stanford, Ky. and cures plied tho baggagemau. UlOOO . It's lor young girls Jut entering womanhood; Surplus, "But there's a lot more things to menurnmnn u ho have reached the critical "ihanire euro, and often Wh a Porn,aieiit reflHiriV.h,0,annnoceaearr. death, .. ,,S:FVM&oufS"uui.oj.ri.iii Dealer In Groceries, Candies, THE GOFFEY HOUSE jl'ANFORD, KY., II. Castleman. 'A. G. Lanhsm u-- insurance Company OF EIVERPQOI,. BARBEE& CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, Qoinaaarce Building, Louisville . Agents throughout the South. i W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KY. WIFT'S SPECIFIC entire system, eliminating FOR renovating the s s all Poisons from the Blood, whether of scrofulous or malarial origin, this preparation has no equal. . . "For gradually grew worse. I finally took S. S. S., and was entirely cured after using a few bottles," C. B. McLemorb, Henderson, Tex. eighteen months bad an eating sore on my tongue. vat treated by best local physicians, but obtained no relief; the tore t I TREATISE on Blood and Skin free. Thb bwiFT Specific Co.. Atlanta, Ga. of life;'' lor women who are expecting to become SUCCKSSOK toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAI tion yot. There's threo pairs of now" HANK OK STANFORD, wi nre nunmi; mothers; lor roomers "Tako it away!" de (or every woman uhois Now closing up) with the same assets and undai or overworked. "And I forgot to toll you thnt thoro tho same management. Favottte Prescription" is the only remedy so By of its chatter, depositors are at are" unfailing that it can be guaranteed. If it doosii't fully provisions as ato depositors in Nations protected eery ..ase, the money will be Hanks, itt shareholders being held Individually "If you want your trunk, hero it is!" benefit or cure, in liaole to the extent ol the amount of ihcir stoci "Well, I'll havo a man tako it away. returned. at the par value thereof, in addition to ths of and e I lost my check, and I wanted to satisfy Choking, sueesing radicallyery other form Sage s therein invested in such shares. It may act at amouut cured by Dr. in the head, is executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully si you that it wns my trunk. If you'd give Catarrh Remedy. to individual. mo time, I'd tell yon nbout tho black coat To those who entrusted their buisincss to ui of Tvlcr Co.. O. lUrdman. sheriff while mnaglng; the Lincoln National Bank 01 with a fur collar, and tho two pairs of n Va , appreciates a good thing and does not hesi- Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and suspenders for tho boys, nnd" tate tssyso. He was almost prcslraled with a trust they will continue to transact their busineet a bottle ot Chamberlain's with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attsn Tho baggago master walked off, and cold when he procured says: it "ugaemi prompt same, our after waiting around for two or three Cough HemeST. in lie nn Invaluable r.medr for lion to and as liberaltwenty years' experiencecon I flnjl It h. ...l: accommodations as are banking llock-e- r. minutes with, a disappointed nud de- couglis and colds." For sale by Dr. S. O. sistwnt with sound binkintr jected look sho sorrowfully told tho exIltKKCTOHS: pressman to carry tho trunk to his Mr. Ktnilv Thorne. who resides at Tolc.O. J.J. Williams, ML Vernon; never been able to WashiDgton, says that she has fa. II Shanks, Stanford; wagon. Detroit Freo Pross. medicinn for rheumatism that firocureany pain so quickly and effectually as J. S. Owsley, Stanford; Chamberlain's Paul Halm and that she has also S.J. Kinbry, Stanford; A Disputed Diagnosis. used it for lame bck with gteat success. For J. II. Owsley, Stanford; An Irishman who was employed in tho sale by D' S. G. Hockcr. J F. Cash, Stanford; iron works in a westorn town was adWilliam Gooch, Stanlord; Arnica Salvo. Buculn's vised by his physician to seek some emA. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevilte, K y ru ..- - ..L.t. th- - urArM tnr riitv. hruitet ployment where tho labor was less se- so es, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap-p- e W II Cumiiuni, Prcachcrsville vere, on account of ns enlargement of hands, chilblains, ccrns and all skin erup S. II. Shanks, President, positively cures piles or no pay requir tio tho heart. Ho proceoled, therofore, to ed sand guaranteed to piv perfect satisfaction Dr. J II. Owsley, Cashier, It is W. M Blight, Teller. set up a small grocery, which was well or money refunded. Prico 5 cents per boa. y0r "ale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. patronized by hia friends. Ho was not in tho habit of diminishing Ten days' loss of time on account oi sickness his prospects of financial success by giv- and a doctor's bill to pay is any thing but pleasant . rntitttnnlate. ing "down weight," and ono afternoon, is a laborer,rnmechanic,in merchant or whether ho publisher. Schedule Nov. 13, 189J. when a customer nsked for a pound of las. U. one, puonsner 01 10. khu.i, ... Texas, was sic in bed for 10 days with the grip, sugar, ho added pinch by pinch until the LEAVE NORTON DAILY ' two during its prevalence a year or an.-- . ago Later .. I!., savs ! Bcalo barely turned. .'.fill k.J 12:50 p. m. fcr Graham, Minefield, Pocahontas Richmond and Norfolk. Chamberlain s "Pat," inquired tho customer, looking "In tho latter case I uted success, minx,Couch Lynchburg, Cars from Roanoke to Norfolk also Sleeping uuiy Renedy with up innocently at his careful woigher, being in bed a considerabletwo days. Tho second from Lynchburg to Richmond. over little would Trains tor Pocahontas, Powhatan and Goodn-wi"phwat was it tho docther said was ailin attack I am satisfied for tbe have ofbeen equally a use the remedy.' leave Hluefield daily at 6 30 a m, 1) 35 p m. bad as ihe first but ye?" Leave Hluefield 6301m and 9 00 p m daily for mind that the grip is much It -should be borne in - uawv .vfi mid and rptiuires Dre Kenova and Columbus, O.. Chicago and all points "Inlaargement av tho heart," answer- .uwish to West. Pullman leeper on goo p m train lor Cociselv the same treatment. When you ..... ed Pat with pride. . ,...-- . ....lumbus. cure a com quicitiy "Well, thin," said tho customer, "it's edyatrlsl. S and jo cent bottles lor sale by Dr. Trains arrive at Norton Iroin the East dally at 11 40 a m. Hocker. toimo yo were changin yer docther, Pat. S. G. For furtherlnformation as to schedules, rales Ac, apply to agents of Norfolk .V Western RailThe wan that's tindin yo now don't unGuaranteed Cure. W. Il.HKVILL, derstand yer disease, me b'y. Yer liaart We authoriie our advertised druggist to sell you road Gen, Pass. Agt Uoinoke, Va. New Discovery for Consumption, is gettin smaller inoighty fast, an it's in Dr. King's Colds, upon this condition: If you M F. BRAGG, Trav. Pais. Agent. Coughs and great dangor yo orel" Youth's Com- are Mulcted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, use this remedy Throat or Chest Trouble andill panion. Portland. according to directions, giving it a fair trial and San Francisco, run-dow- n, ca-ts- mr Fancy Goods, Fruits, &c Desires to thank you for your pa- JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated anil refurnished, Is now I intend to conduct It so as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to Its long list ol friends. .Special accommodations far commercial travelers and due rooms for the dliinoy ef samples. In my charge and .'AIFIrst-Clasa tronage during the year which is almost gone and asks a continuance during the coming year. When Hungry try one of his Saloon J & II And BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached j7- JOSEPH COFFKY, W. H.MILLKU. SOWDtR. MILLER SOWDER, REAL STANFORD, -:- ESTATE KENTUCKY. m m 25 CTS MEALS And you will certainly go back and try him again. Doalors and Brokors, Office Interior Journal Building. PROPISRTYFOK SALk. 1. and finely unpn.vcu. s. Farm of at low price 4- Fine Blue Grass Farm ol 100 3jjtf acres on pike Offered aues, finely Improved. -- NVyNorfolkiWesternBA FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. ..-- - Fine Blue Grass Farm, of 105 acres, In high state of cultivation, well improved; offered low 7. niue Grass Farm ol 13a acres, on pike, two miles from Stanlord; good Blue grass land; low .., v, -- -- , Capital Stock Surplus that this 5200,000 21,300 price and on easy terms, 1 ll .- -- .- rj? Q The Wrong Conllilnnte. She I hear you are going to marry a rich widow. He No. I lovo her to desperation, but I cannot ask hor to bo my wifo. She What is tho obstaclo? He Her monoy. She Goes to her husband's family if sho remarries? Lifo. A Nurrosr Escape. experinceno benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money relundod. We could not make this offer If we did not know that Dr Kings New Discovery could be relied upon. It neve disappoints. Trial bottles free at A. R. Penny s drugstore. Large size joe and $1. A World's Fair Record. Attention of the public is invited to the fac is the only National Bank in Stanford Under ihe provisions of the National Bank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital liability for aa stock, but by the stockholders amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Five sworn statements of thecondition of Ihe bank are made each yearto Ihe United States government and its assets are examined at stated limes hy government agents, thus securing addititons sna perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford in i8j8, then tied as the National Bank ol Stanford in iS6j and again re.organiied as the First National Bank ot Stanford in iSSj, has had practically an uninterrupted existenceof xi years. It is better supplied now with facilities lor transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic- FOR A CLEAN "Och, Patsy, darlint.aroyez drowned?" asked Mrs. Patsy as her husband canio homo dripping. "No, indnde, but I wint down twice before I iver caino up," said Patey. Harper's Bazar. Nomenclature. "They call tho land 'terry finny," groaned Barnes on his first voyage. "I Wonder what they call tho sea?" "Vicy versy, I guess," said Mrs. B. as (he wobbled about. Truth. As a remedy for all forms of Hf sdache Electric Bitters has proved to bathe very best. It effects a permanent cure and tbe roost dreaded habitual sick headache yields toils influence. We urge give all who are afflicted to procure a bottle and conthis remedy a fair trial In cases ol habitual tbe by giving cures stipation Electric v. Bitters arM ..1. iw runs lone re- ol this rr.edicln. . Try it, once. Large sist theuse bottles only 50 cents at A xv. renu; wiuj jwi' Ouro for Headache. CHICAGO -- VIA- g)f lOUISVIitt.NtwAlBAliT . m s y PULLMANSAND f" CHICACO ftTUSr PARLOR CABS. ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE When Baby was sick, we gavo her CastorK When she was a CUild, she cried for Castorla. When sho became Mus, she clung to Castor!. When she had Children, sho gfvethem CartorU. The Directory of this Bank is composed ol Forcstus Reid, Lincoln county; S, T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. Ilayden, Stanford ; S.H. BaughmanLincolo; J. S. Hockcr Stanford; W, A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinnoy; M.J.Miller, Mi. Vernen J. S. Hocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A, McKinner.'Assistant Cashier, ited. 8 to 11. Town lots in Stanford In areas to suit purchasers. sere fmo (arm wiili excellent 17. Ninety-thre- e mill, dwelling and other improvements, on ' 4 miles from btanlord. Uf.Ke luo Br".f U.Tm.: ol division Ptl Into smaller farms Desirable In every lar. Oifered low and on very easy terms. particu 6. Good frame building; well finished on Main street, in Eastern part of Slanfoad 5 Icet front, Joo back. Will aell at a bargain. so Small farm ol So acres, a miles Irom Stanford welllmproved, at a bargain. 31. Farm of 60 acres on Hanging Fork, uear Turnersville line Blue grassland, fronts on pike, with good Improvements and nice joung orchard. Prico low. and cottage, nicely and 3. Hotel, conenienUy located, near depot In London, Ky Nine rooms in dwelling, four 100ms in cotUge. Storehouse of 3 rcoms All new buildings. Also good barn. Lot too x 300 feet. Fine location lor store snd hotel. Will sell cheap an 1 on easy terms. jj. Dwelling on Lancaster St , North of Six rooms and store house. G00J cistern, barn and all necessary outbuildings Beautiful vuMtg ijujjwj icrms reafinnahlA rio two-sto- ry store-hous- o rail-roa- d. ui, 34- - Cottage with s V, ' ."'"K.iuto. on North side L. Main St., Stanlord. 130x150 lee Will ex ta, - - a. OhlnriH V na.iAn.li.. 3 rooms: good cistern, coal JAMES YEAOER. THOMAS YEAGER. YE AGER & YEAGER, UVm, FEB AND SALS SM, Hgum STAMFORD, KY. Wejare In our new stable in the Ocera Blockland are well supplied with Shave, Stylish Hair Cut, Or a Nice, Refreshing Oath Go to RUNNING - DINING - CARS. WRI1K TO E. H. BACON, D. P. A.. F. J. HEED, G. PA Louisville, Ky. Chicago, III. DR. W. B. PENNY NEW RIGaANDZHORSES IlavnhAen ntirrh.iit and n,.1. uroouts will leave Unstable. Jobbo Thompson's Barber Shop, Dentist. vacated by Dr. Lee Office South Side Main St., In office K. He Is also agent for the Lexington Steam Laundry The Best in the Country. St. Paul. Denver. iccently Hutfmao, Stanford, Ky. Give them a Call WirtrWWxjttfWis9 iS6 fs&toV-.u.A4Ci- i yif, ifritsiiaifrsWiifc n . IrsWfVl'l . .sUAriuirr'., 5? InT-1- - t"