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FEBRUARY 13. 1894, LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. d NO. 99 Our town nutlioritirs havo pawed n cnttlo nml Iiok lw, nml tlieso pents will now have to bo kept oil' the HtroutH. Mrs. Goo. Leo Jamt'H jivo n uocial Saturday uljjht, nnd rumumbcrud hor Mentis who unjoyud hur hospitality. MIbu Kya Huclianan will opon ccliool opposite tlm collide. Nooxcuho for in Crab Orchard with three school. Mrs. Kitty Kinj; will (or BtyleH the city to learn HomuthliiK of the lavu shortly and lay in a nice lino of spring milltnory. Hev. Uriney preached splendid night and Sunday morning nnd night at tlio Obribtian church. He is n good man and his congregation here hold lif in in highest esteem. Curtis Hubert has a dog which ho has carefully trained, and which is a Ho will most Intelligent little animal. jump through a paper hoop, walk up n ladder, walk u rope, jump oir n spring boird over cable nnd chairs, stand on a roller while in motion, walk on his foro feet, stand erect walking on his hind feet catches a ball in his mouth, and places himself in position in a little wagon as a Hu horso dot'H in the lire department. seeutH to understand everything said to him, and almost seems to stnllo whnn dressed in dress and cap made for him. Trixlu is a general favorite with the children. Curtis lias purchased another dog which he will undertake to train. Messrs. Maurice add Itoscoe Perkins are home after a short stay at Hrodhead. Mr. J. It. Lawless, of Lexington is with Judgo W. 0. Hansford. Mrs. Mary Kicharda is homo after a pleasant visit to Mrs. J. H. llailey, near High Dridgo. Misses Jofllo Stephens and Liuio Heazley are homo on a visit. Miss Katie Slaughter left yesterday to enter school at Midway. Mr. 8am Magee is just recovering Mrs. Dr. from a severe attack of grip. Mr. Henley Domes is much better. Hutchinson's family have all been sick. Mr. Lou l'ettus ha gone to Livingston to cngagti in businest. Mr. 13. Gray and family, of Cumberland Gap, arrived this week and moved over into Garrard Co. Miss Addio Herrln has gono to RockcasMrs. W. tle to visit her grandmother. of lluchnnnn has rented the htore-rooMrs. Kate Hubert, on Lower Main, nnd opened a select school, with the promise of 35 pupils. A splendid attendance m yuituriiy BARBOURVILLE. t K There will be a valentine party at tho residence of Hon. John M. Tinaley Wednesday night. There is a wedding on tha tapis for merry May or leafy Juno a prominent bachelor and handsome widow. There are very good prospect for the organization of a syndicate of Northern capitalists for the purpose of operating extensive coal works in this county. The promoters have asked that their names be withhold Irotn publication for n short while. Some of tho daily newspapers have made rather pertinent paragrnpha referring to our townsman, Dr. C. S. Coyt, who they say is a professional executioner nnd olliciates at all the legal hangings in this section. This is true in a measure, but Dr. Coyt ia not enjoying tho notoriety ho is getting from it. Tho newH editor of tho Courier- Journal should consult older members of tho ntatr or acquaint himself more thoroughly with the history and crimi nnl proceedings of Eastern Kentucky be foro ho writes tho headlines for another mountain hanging. In Saturday's ho allowed his enterprising l'ineville correspondent to say "this is tho first legal hanging in tho history of Eastern Kentucky," or words to that which is wide of tho truth. It has not been 10 years sinco there was a hanging in this county and about tho eatnu tlmo thero was one in Whitloy, while moro thun 10 years ago thero was n man hanged by duo process of law in ts "bloody Harlan county," and old can remember when two men were legally executed in Clay county. Courier-Journal resi-nen- (Adrocate.) Prof. J. M. Kuploy sold his cozy residence, on Fourth street, to Mrs. N. II. Woodcock for fJ,750. Prof. J. B. Wnlton loft Wednesday for Colorado Springs, where ho and his estimable family will reside in tho future. May hoalth and prosperity attenJ them. i F I I, Harry J. Turner, a young lawyer, of Richmond, ia dead. Tho Courier Journal correspondent telegrapha this: Mr. 8ilna Adams, of Kentucky, ia in diBgrnco with hia repubo lican brethren in the IIouso. Hia in voting upon tho Hawaii resolution ia tho cause. TomTteed 8aya: "It was no damn stupid you know." It will about end Adams' congressional career, which baa not been so brilliant as an electric light. mis-tak- beautiful song (words and music shoot music size) will be mailed enclosing 5c in stamps to D. General Passenger Agent, & D. K. R., Cincinnati, Ohio. Saxhy'sQukbuy to Inokiwoll. Thia regular to any-ono G. O. H Ed-ward- s, An 8 year-olboy of John Parker, Tito city council haa ordered new Tho following dispatch to tho Intkhiok Sr., died Thursday. gasoline lamps for tho streets. Jouunai. waa received from itH stair Business is duller hero now than The Knights of Pythias will givo a J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. nhnoat before Marler had over known before. banquet at Pascoe's, Friday night. ceased to kick: Jailer Dan Lovell lnH tho unlucky Judgo Hemphill has moved to tho 23d, 1894. 1'i.tBvir.i.K, Fob I), 12. m -- Hob Marler is number of prisoners, 13. now police court room. It is fitted up Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior cojrses in no moro. At 11:27 tho drop foil and at Tho bell for the new Baptist church nicely with a now Literature, Music and stand and chairs. An. Excellent boarding department. Catalouei and circulars furnished on application. iimu lio was pronounced dead. Ho has arrived and weighs 800 pounds. Tlio ladies of tho W. O. T. U. have made no confession, but ndmittod in a Henry Hesse, who works for tho engaged the brass band to take part in conversation, that ho did tho Hhooting. London Manuftcturing Co., had four of entertainment to be given nt the court Said ho was willing to dio nnd that ho his fingers sawed off by tlio machinery house Wednesday, evening. was going homo to Jesus, referred to his Friday. Communion -- Rev. Worrell, of Chicago, nnd Rev. the Presbyterian services will be held at awful und and warned young men from church next Sunday living tho life ho had. His neck wbb Hurkhardt, of Louisville, nro holding n morning. The usual preliminary meet- Say any thing about it, but should any one happen to ask you. tell not broken, hut ho died without appar-ou- protracted meeting at tho Christian ings will bo them that t held on Thursday and Fripain. A very largo crowd ia hero church. day evenings. and tho order splendid. Col. Colson and The colored element of the republiTho officers of the Presbyterian bis deputies did n neat job. can party Booms to bo looking up. Undo church havo decided to givo their pasGreen Jackson is a candidate for jailer tor, Rev. J. R. 'Percy, n E. 0. Walton. vacation of three At tho condemned man came and if all of his color vote for him ho tnonthe. Ho has not fully recovered Are Selling from tho jail accompanied by Sheriff will get tho nomination. from tho recont severe spell of pneuJohn 0. Colson and deputicH Ingram Our present grand jury has ono col- monia and needs rest. Ho will fill his and Howard. His Btep was firm nnd ho ored man on it, Stephen Crews, his name pulpit on tho two coming Sundavs. how- was seemingly as much composed as tho having been drawn from the GOO put In evor, before ho leaves. averago spectator was. Ho said: "I am the lottery box, ns per the now law. A Tho young gentlemen of Lancaster going to Heaven and I know God is "nigger for luck," you know. and vicinity will givo n "return party" For the Oliver Chilled Plows at reduced prices and they guarantee to tako mo homo now. Circuit court has been in 80B3lon for on tho evening of tho 2lBt. The recep- every piece to fit as well and last as long as any made. I want to meet every ono of you thero. This about n week and many small casea havo tion will bo held in tho large rooms over should bo a warning to sinners nnd I been disposed of. Thero havo been tho now Owsley building add the supper hope to God it will cnuso some of you to three convictions, aa follows: .Tnnn sorved at the Holmes IIouso. Saxton's live a bettor life. I lovo you all and Thompson, barn burning: Jim Ballow. orchestra will furnish tho music and it you all." Ho continued in wrecking tho train at Altamont, got nine promises to bo tho "swell" affair of the this strain for eight minutes, after years; lie confessed. Grant ColliiiR.wlin season. which ho knelt in prayer with was . with him and who first told trim . fLint. Thnd T'unnnnlr liuo ttnnn nnifn .. .. . . v..... ..ww. ljUIVU Huv. Partin, tho sheriff nnd depu- um u, nun a inai neioro a jury nnd was ill for several days. iiuvbn IIHH UVUUGreen Messrs. John Opposite Coffey House, ties kneeling by his side. Tho scene h;ji WHICH IB IIIO limit. leaf and Shackelford, of Richmond, were was indeed an allecting ono nnd brought In reference to tho card in tho Lancas in town Saturday. Miss Anderson, of tears to many an eye, unused to shed-din- g 1b ter Record signed by n dozen or two of Danville, theguest of Miss Annie Robthem. Tho black cap was then inson. Miss Lusk, of Huatonville, is the by Sheriff Colson, Marler nil the Garrard people calling on Mr. Robt. guest of Mrs. Emma Is opening a First-Clas- s Stock of Kaufman. Miss while saying in an audible tone: "Oil! Harding, to become n candidate for Con- - Elizi Smith has commenced a subscripgres, Mr. Letcher E. OwhIov wir.m tlm God take mo now; I know I am going tion school near Buckeye. Miss Nannie homo to Jesus." Without being told to Louisville Times that it will nrt n n Dunn, of Danville, is visiting Miss Maud do bo ho placed his hands bohind him boom erang. It is the action of n dlRan. Robinson. Mrs. E. A. Pascoo and son and crossed them while Deputy Howard pointed element who , , laced their f.lln Give him a call. T,8,Un OlaS- 'UOlUer ' tO KOt Off.CO ..itl,r flwa fnr ,, w. ooiiiiu mem together. The same oilicor iiuinr;iti:a ui B. villo. also tied his legs together and l.nvlnir their friends upon tho shoulders of Gov It is impossible to nlenm tlio scatioltl Deputy Ingram sprung tho McCreary. HUSTOHVILLE. them all and such things nre to bo extrap which ushered Marler's soul Into Farmer W. D. Weatherford had a pected. Tho office seeker is somewhat eternity as above stated. fine colt to dio of distemper a few nights That Marler poseesed an unusual fnr. of a formidablo element yet the people ago. giving spirit no ono can den v. Just be generally can not believe tho time has There arc six applicants for tho pubcomo whon tho patriotic citizens of the fore ho was executed he saw in the crowd lic sJiool here, including Mies Kato That's what, and if you don't beleive it see our new assortment of Mr. William Xolan who arrested him I'ighth district can nllord to retire a member who has distinguished himself Cook, who has taught the school for the and who assisted in working up tho case goods for 1894. last two terms. and calling to him said: "I want to and his district as Gov. McCreary has 'Squire John Ellis is doing a nice shako hands you. You havo boon my and who haa taken a position In that business at John Rifle's old stand. He body of representative statesman second worst enemy, but I forgive you." to none who sit tlnre. It takea years of is assisted by Mr. John Reid, one of the For some reason, which no ono seems best salesmen in the country. to know, tho husband of Marler's victim ardous labor for auv man to equip himRev. Beaver, a young thsologica Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Bronzes, Spectacles and anynever appeared against him nnd was self as McCreary has, and it would be student, who proposes to go as a mibl thing and everything in the Jewelry line at nover present at tho trial. Ho however, suicidal uot to send McCreary to Consionary to China, preached at tho Chris-- " witnessed tho hanging from outside of gress. Tho only way to get him out is by promoting him to a higher place. tian church Sunday morning and night. tho enclosure. Mr. J. G. Weatherford has about deMarler, beyond doubt was dressed bet- The voters of this district know a good cided to go into the drug business at ter when ho waa hung than ho hnd ever thing when they see it and vou rnn't Milldale. This will be a severe loss to beat McCreary before them. The peti before been. Tho e cutaway Hustonville, for better citizens than STANFORD, KY. fitted him like paper on tho wall and tion calling on Harding has nlaco.t Mr Buck and his estemable wife could not Creary'a friends on the defensive, nnd with his Bnowy white linen ho looked be found. moro like a dudo than the miserable his strong, untiring, unflinching workers Mr. James W. Powell's meat house wretch ho was. Ho weighed 103 pounds, and friends are circulatinc a nptitlnn wts broken into tho other night and was was six feet tall ni.d a splendidly formed calling on him to agiin become n candi date, and mimes are falling thick nnd relieved of six sides and soveral hams man. and shoulders. Tho thief was kind Sheriff Colson, who of course took no fast on tho paper. enough to leave Mr. Powell a sufficient pleasuro in doing tho disagreenblo task Only Knows it iiy Hbaksay. The amount of meat to last him through tho of hanging a man, is to bo congratulated consumer has no personal objection to year. on tho neatness with which ho did tho Henry Dinwiddio and George Lee, the proposed $1.20 tax on whisky, as the job. Thero was no bungling business article is costing him the same under tho both colored, had a about it and everything went off like 90 cents tax that it did under tho $2, if boxing match Saturday afternoon just deck work. n we nre correctly informed. Fifteen cents for tho fun of tho thing. Marshal Reporters were as thick as fiddlers in for saw them at it and thinking they one, 23 cents for two, is said to havo Slieol, but tlio clever sheriff gave all of been tho war price over tho bar, and we wero fighting sure enough marched them thorn tickets and was as attentive as his have it from a reliable source that the both to jail. They explained tho matLarge Assortment. Sizes and Shapes to suit even the most fastidious. time would permit. peaco price is tho B.une. It will hardly ter to him and after a short confinement Tho crime for which Hob Marler has be denied that tho consumer pays all were released. paid tho penalty was tho murder of Mrs. tho cost, tax and Misses Isabella and Myra Owsley, of profits of tho distiller, MnryE. Howdor, an estimable, lady dealer and retailer in tin's the Hubble section, Bpent a few days branch ol trade, who was at tho time keeping a boarding and n recent investigation Miss Lou of tho busi- with Miss Mary Adams. house for tho miners at tho Mingo Mines ness of the biggest bir in Louisville Hocker has been quite sick, but is betnear Miildlesboro. The crime was com- showed that the profit of tho retailer ter at this writing. Mica Mary Lusk is mitted August 2S, 1S03. As tho early nlono amounted in tho matter of whisky visiting relatives in Lancaster. Judgo train on tho Miildlesboro Holt Railroad to 300 per cent. The Government ia not Henry Camnitz is quite ill. John Tay-was going from Miildlesboro to Mingo getting its equitable share of this enor- lor, ot Washington county, is with his Mines, tho fow passengers in tho ono mous tax on brother, Mr. J. II. Taylor. Miss Herta the whisky drinker. coach of tho train wero startle by the Euuch will teach a private school at Timet. report of a gun, tho crash of a window Turuersville, beginning in a fow days. ItcMKMiiKR. That the Wisconsin Cen pane and a cry from tho lndv nasHnm...r Ed Hopper, who has just returned from It was found thatn bullet, tired from a tral has the unqualified endorsement of Mexico, was hero to see his daughter, gun by BOtno ono on tho outside, had all, it being tho most popular lino be- Mellie, last week. Miss Sallio Shipumn passed through tho window within a tween Chicago and Milwaukee and S went to Junction City to spend a few few inches of tho hoad of Conductor Jno. Paul, Minneapolis and the Northwest days with her brother, but she heard of it is recognized as tho Pullman Line Chapman, and struck Mrs. small-poscare and returned at Chicago and Milwaukee and Ash- tho Tho wound was mortal, tho unfortunato , once. woman living only 21 hours after tho oc- land, Duluth and Lake Superior points. promptly-giveA report comes from Ohio that ex currence. Hob Marler had fired thoBhot That the Wisconsin Central touches tho at tho conductor thinking ho was John most prominent points in Wisconsin, Gov. Campbell will again make tho race Long for whom ho Bnd his brother, having moro business centers than any for governor next year, and if elected George, who waa Bont to tho poniteni-tar- y railway to and from tho Northwest. will aspire to tho nomination for presica-- o for lifo, wero laying with tho inten- That ita dining car service ia unsurdent in lS'JO. Uncle Joe Hopper is working away tion of assassinating him, ho having had passed by any other line, nnd that ita will cheerfully furnish any nt another church in Lexington, the a misunderstanding with George who He bad claimed that ho had cheated him in n information that may be desired. For Maxwell Street Presbyterian. settlement. The Marler brothers wero full details reiMrdini: Rates. R.titiH ?') rtAiiiiikrta f t It rk ( ra( n .1 Oft sr I1 Ktnun finally arrested on suspicion and brought Jolliers, Maps etc. address your nearest already confessed at the last meeting. . ticket HUHIlt or Jas. O. Pond, Gen. Pass. to Stanford for safo keeping till the Oc- Agent, .Milwaukee, wis. Opposite Court House Quarantood Curo. tober term of the Hell Circuit Court, m We authorize our . i n r..i x.. vjniiuer t. COIIIineil. tO IllS'nr. Kind's New advertised druveist to sell vnu vjui. IS at when ho waa tried ond convicted. While Discovery for Consumption, CoiiKhianil Colds, upon Ihu condition: If you bed With cancor of tho lnm.n of J,?- - arc bore they wero very quiet in their wnn a i.oun, ioid or any Lunp, amicieu "" i nroat or inn and had little to say either to home on Depot street. His malady has according ineai irouDic aiiuww use fair remedy to directions, trial and giving ita themselves or nny ono else. They were been pronounced incurable, hut his con- .Kiivnnri! tin hpiiefit. vau mav return the Knttt.. A Complete Stock of and have your money reluiiaed. We could not uneducated and not far romoved from dition haa improved considerably tho make this offer If we did not know that Dr Kings NVw Ill&rnvprvcrjulil tc relied upon. It never past fow days and hope has rovived. the brute. disappoints, Trial bottles free at A. R. P.nn'. Harrodsburg Saying. drugstore. Large siiosoc and l. The National Farmers' Alliance Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accuCuro for Headache. Convention at Topeka elected Marion Aa a remedy lor all forms of Headache Electric rately Compounded. Give him a Call. Butler, ol North Caroiina, president for Vi.. n.nti.l In tiM ah., t.ru li., 1. affA. When Baby was sick, w gave her CaatorK a permanent cute and the most dreaded habitual year. ensuiug Resolutions criticising ifilr hmiilif.il. vImIiI. tn ila IntliiAnrf. W When she waa a Child, ah cried for Cnatcrla. ..& Secretary Morton were adopted and n all who are allllcifd to procure a bottle and give When sho becamo Mlaa, aha clunff to Castor!. this remedy a fair trial In cases ot habitual conlong address was issued appealing to tho stipation Klectric Hitters cures by giving the When aho had Children, aho pTe them Caatoria. the bowvls and few members of the order to be true to M, needed tone cltothis mediclui. Try it cases long once Large theuse Druggist, Stanford, Ky. faith. bottles only so cents at A. R. Penny's Drug Store. HIS NECK. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January 11-1- W. H. WEAKEN & CO., "Bogus" : Plow : Repairs nsnEw g for-giv- o . FURNITURE : STORE. Household Furniture, &c. W. W. WITHERS. w .;. ji-nr- ad-jtut- l.m.l.. " "" LarJexE XEflck. - Lowest Prices. Danks', the Jeweler, tailor-mad- Corbett-Mitche- ll New-bur- NEW STOCK, NEW STYLES. JTJST AR.KIYED. A.- Lou-isvi'- lo 1 :r, zpiEiisnsn, imUCGIST JEWELER. Medi- H. J. McROBERTS. A Complete line -- of Drugs and How-don- . bo-twe- on x cine &c. tions a Specialty. Plated Ware at Prescrip lowest prices. Attention to repairs. Watches, Clocks, Gold, Silver and n to .a.. :r,. jpjsisnsnr. i MeRoberts, Drag Store, :. . .. -vf "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, !... W. B. McROBERTS, re-al- sl 1 I ,aWrg5 i&mtk " yvM&Bi Wi&j4gA LZ- -, ;yST"i-'ii""'TTv fTtiVliJl-i-rlM q V I !.Air.v,.T 'wjSS' c1 'i T v k-- V "e' Semi-Week- ly n i i? K r 1 f l J N I ii fli JJ at i If- - f V t House at Frankfort. A largo majority about 2,250,000 boxos. Six of the diamonds stolon from of tho members recognized tho fact that discarded Hawaiian crown Stanford, Kr., February 13, 1S94 Kentuckians did not want that undom-ocrati- c upon thorn and woro recovered in Fort Smith, Ark. Tho measure thrust thief sent them to his sistor in that city. voted to table bill and amendments. W. P. WALTON. prevailed Heavy biiow storms The National Houso judiciary commit-to- o throughout Kansas and Nebraska. A hns knocked out tho proposed amend- heavy fall is also reported from San ment to tho constitution permitting woTex., where the stockmen fear seAnd tho short haired wo- vere looses will bo caused by tho cold man suffrage men will have to bido a wee. May it bo weather. During 1S93 350 homicides were forever and a day. committed by highwaymen, whilo only Bukton FosTEtt, n Findley, 0., man is The Anderson News has como out fiat 175 highwaymen were killed. It is weeding a tough row of stumps anil re for Gov. McCreary. Tho Interthat the balance of trade Is so tho way of the transgressor footed alizing been for him all tho much in favor of the highwaymen. infatuated with his ior Journal has is bard. He became and if certain otlmr editors have Now York Advertiser. pretty httlo type writer, Nellie Borne, time any gratitude thoy will bo likewise. Henderson suffered n ?200,00 fire just tweet sixteen, aud finally after acSaturday. Tho flames originated in the complishing hor ruin, ran oil" with her. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. warehouse of J. II. Barret fc Co., and His wife procured a divorce on the Tho Senate passed a bill exempting spread to tho adjoining factory of R. H. alimony. The strength of it with $8,000 father of the girl sued for $20,030 damn cabooses on freight trains from tho pro- Soapor. Mr. Barret states that ho lost 700,000 pounds of tobacco. gesfortho loss of tho services of tho visions of tho separate coach law. The bill extending tho time for Slier-ill- s Tho only growing thing in Jackson daughter, and on Saturday was awarded wife, aud qualify, was passed Park commemorative of tho World's to give bond $15,000. So Mr. Foster loses his the girl, the respect of the community, bv the House. Some of tho Sheriffs fair is a beautiful lime tree, planted in It is $23,000 in money, besides coat, lawyers' elected at the last election failed to qual- May, 1S92, by George W. Chllds. fees and worry. It is a long ways better ify by January 1 and this allows them to on the wooded island directly acroes from horticultural building. to obey tho injunction: "Bo virtuous do 80 by March 15. is a Congressman Geo. W. Houk, of tho and you'll be happy," even if there NEWSY NOTES. Third Ohio District, is dead. This is tho curtailment of fun. delegation since it At last tho gold reserve is intact, second death in tho He was A fkw weeks ago Editor Walton of and Friday was above the $100,000,000 was elected last November. the I.vTERion Journal was howling stricken with paralysis and died very mark. tho Courier Journal printed a por Ballantyno, tho writer of stories for suddenly in Washington City. in tho trait of him that failed to do justico to boys, diod in Home. Ho had written 70 Thero are 15 his physiognomy. Yet In his own paper books in all. Senate and two in tho House, Cullom, Harris, Bate, ho prints an alleged cut of Assistant Tho General Couferenco of tho Palmer, Colquitt, Gordon, Postmaster W. M. Finloy, of Louisville, Methodist Episcopal Church South will Uawloy, Vance, Coke, Berry, Perkins, that ought to bo sufficient evidence to assom'.jlo In Memphis next May. Shoupe, Proctor, Hill and Gear in tho onbustain a $25,000 damage suit acainst tho Tho business portion of Wapakoueta, Senate. McCreary and Dinley aro the IXTKTion Journal. "Consistency, thou O., in the House. ly called by tho natives Wapah for art" etc. Woodford Sun. Tho cut of short, was destroyed by fire Friday When the Humane Society stopped Judge Finley was more than an average night. the traffic at Albauy, N. Y., in chamo-leon- s in likeness. It was a great deal better the 5,000 in stock thero intended Tho O. & O. railroad did not injure than those the Courier Journal and Com- a single passenger last year and the offic- for upper New York were shipped to mercial published of him, and if tho ials attribute tho fact largely to tho block Montreal for distribution through Canjudge himself doesn't say so we will system. ada. At Montreal tho custom examiner forward him a check for $25,000 on the opened tho box so craolessly that thoy Two hundred and fifty fat rabbits made good their First National Bank of Sand ho fiuda. were given to the poor of Wichita, Kan all got out. Over 1,000 escape. In his speech the other day, Congress- sas, as a result of a day's rabbit hunt by Tho employes of the train service man Harter, of Ohio, referred to tho an Odd Fellows' lodge. of tho Louisville Southern, as well as Tho Godey Publishing Co., which other divisions of the Queen and Cres Senate aB the "Cave of Winds." Some over zealous Btickler for tho proprieties printed one of tho best of magazines for cent, have asked for nn advance in raised tho point of order thnt the lan- ladies, has assigned, but a now company of more than All double-heade-rs guage was disrespectful and unparlia- will continue the business. 22 cars must have three brakemen, and mentary. "And the chair overrules the A negro who criminally assaulted a all of more than 10 hours must point of order," promptly replied Mr. white woman was hanged by a mob Sun be naid for. General Manager Carroll Hatch, who waB in the chair temporari- day aiternooninuampueucouniy, ienn., is considering tho request of tho train ly. As there was no exception to the a few miles south of Jellico. men. ruling, it is thereforo tho unanimous verKansas Friday decided that Gov. Tho Alabama Populist nnd Kolbites dict of the House that tho Senate is "tho Lewelling was without authority to re- held a joint State convention at Birming Cave of Winds," even it may look like move Mrs. Lease from her position on ham, thero beini! about 1,000 uele- the pot calling the kettle black. the State Board of Charities. gates present. A State ticket headed by A colored girl at Chatanoogaha 8 Kolb was nominated and a platform Senator Hodges is too much of a re- mystified science by giving birth to trip- adopted denouncing tho Stato and na former. He has presented a bill to pro- lets, two as black as the ace of spades tional democratic administrations, de hibit corporal punishment in public and tho other perfectly white. manding free coinage of Bilver, a tariff schools, and any other punishment for At the Senoy picture sale in New for revenue with incidental protection, 24 hours after oflenec, 60 as to prevent York Ludwig Krauso's painting. "An aud opposing tho repeal of the 10 per it being administered inRudden heat and Apologetic Bill Collector," was sold for cent, tax on Stato bank issues. passion. Tho Senator forgets that he $G,000 to Knoedler & Company. Editor Childs elves all his property that apart th the rod spoileth tho child Congressman Wilson, of Tariff bill of every description to his wife absolute and that there are some children that fame, went to Kansaa City to speak and ly "having full confidence that she, knowcan no more bo managed without the partake of a banquet spread in his honor ing my plans and purposes will by gift awitch than they can keep from needing but was taken too sick to do either. during her life mnko such disposition it. Congressional theroof for charitable or other uses as The Deraocratical . Senator will be in accordance with my wishes, it Jounnib DAVKsroRT's occupation's Committee was organized. Faulkner, of West Virginia, was made being my intention hereby not in any gone. The president has Bigneil tho bill repealing tho Federal Election law and Chairman and Lawrence Gardner Secre- wise to fetter my said wife iu the diepo tary. of my estate, but only to make exanother of the obnoxious reminders of Internal Revenue Appointment s sition tho reconstruction period is Bwept from Richmond district John A. Denham, pression of my confidence in her action the statute book. The democrats aro W. Wash. Adams, Basil Simpson, II. F. hereunder." slowly but surely fulfilling the promises Marsteand Leouidas P. May, A Card. of their platform. The Sherman bill and (To the EJitor Interior Journal.) tho election bill have beBn repealed General Storekeeper R. M. Shaw, of The card, "To whom it may Concern," and tho House has passed a tariff bill the revenue service, died at Richmond from McKinney, being kept in the paper not as good as it might have passed, but from the effects of a surgical operation and there being a later card from Mr. a long step in the right direction. for Hppendicites. Ho leaves u wife and Gooch showing that I nm the person rethree children. ferred to, I fear that silence on my part Scratch the back of a McGreary op. would raise the inference that I confess Annie Lcavel), tho 18 year-olponent and you will find either a disapdaughter of a prominent citizin of Chris tho chargo of being the author of an abpointed office seeker or one who endorsmalicious falsehood. I thereed somebody that didn't get there. These tian county, took arsenic by mistake for solute and Emphatshortly afterward in fore make this statement: fellows must not think they are every- quinine and died ically and positively I have nover stathorrible agony. body. The men who got the offices aro After Mr. Harrison closes his Cali- ed that Mr. S. M. Owens treated out a pretty strong ones themselves and they fornia lecturo course ho might come keg of beor at McKinney on a Sunday have fully as many friends, aud as good at any time or place, nor onea too, as those who got left. Aa Hap- East and deliver another course on the afternoon or n of emptying a full Troasury and have I circulated or caused to be py Jack Miller would say, "I wonder science Biich report or any similar report. scattering a gold reserve. if they over thought 'o that." Mr. Owens stated to me on one occasTho livery stables of W. O. Jones, in Judge S. B. Vance, of Henderson, is Atlanta, covering a square, were burned ion that he was making the race for announced authoritatively in theOwens-bor- o to the ground. It is feared that soveral Sheriff on high toned principles and was I then told Mecsenger as a candidate for Con- employes lost their lives. The proporty treating none whatever. destroyed was worth $100,000. Mr. W. R. Gooch had stated in him that gress in the 2d district. Capt. Ellis, the of the a speoch at tho Baptist Association, In Michigan produces present representative, will not be a candidate again, and from all we can learn iron of this country, mining 9,000,000 Waynesburg, that a candidate for a high there is no particular occasion for his tons a year. Tho copper mines are tho office in Lincoln county, was in McKinlonger contiuuance in public life. His richest in the world, having produced ney on the previous Sunday with a keg of beer, and that ho appealed to his audistrict and the country at largo can very over 8200,000,000 worth of metal. Congressman Harter has figured it dience to know if they would support readily consent for him to retire after th out that a Government tax of such a man and that after tho adjournhis arduous services. of a cent a glass on beer and ment of tho meeting I was told what Wk agree with the Elizihethtown of a cent per cup on coffee and tea would Gooch had said by boiho ono and asked Nowb that there is no apparent necessity bring a rovenuo of 5G,000,000 a year. if I wns tho man referred to in tho for increasing tho pay of the judges of Rain and wind storms of great se speech. Mr. Gooch was then out in tho tho court of appeals from $4,000 to verity are prevailing throughout the crowd, some distanco from mo and I when tho best of lawyerB all over South and West. Tho Cumberland and suggested that we oBk the name of the the State are scrambling for tho office at Arkansas rivers are out of their banks, man ho referred to. Several of ub went its present pay. The extra $1,000 will and much property has been destroyed. to him and somo one, probably myself be as good as given away, if tho bill beW. A. Wallace has been appointed asked if the name of tho man to whom comes a law increasing the Halary, postmaster at Point Leavell, vice O. T. he referredjwas a Becret. He replied in of the crowd, "No socret at TiiK new U. S. Senator from Mississip- Wallaco, resigned, Mrs. Mary E. Scott at the presenco Science Hill, Pulaski county, aud Sallie all. The first letters of bin name aro pi, Mr. Laurin, has seven daughters and Samuel M. Owens." When I told Mr. one son, a son ahoad of Chief Justice J. Rollans at Silome, Whitley county. Tho silver men in the National O wens of tho abovo transaction, ho thankFuller, who has seven daughtors. Neithinformation and said that er of them is up to the late Senator House of Representatives secured a quo- ed mo for tho filibustering, Mr. Bland's it was the first time he had heard of tho Withers, of Vigiuia, who, if wo romom-b- er rum, after much being naraod as tho correctly, had an even baker's dozon motion to go into the Oommitteo of tho speech or of his referred to. Whole for the consideration of his seignof lovely girls. There Is no disputo about Mr. Gooch iorage bill prevailing. Zimri Dwiggins, is the name of a ChiSecretary Herbert received a brief making the abovo Btatomont; if there cago bank president, who has beon in- cable message from Colon giving the was such dispute I have sufficient proof dicted for embezzelment, aud ho has news of the loss o! the famous corvette in my posession to establish boyond all skipped for parts unknown. If his per- Kearsage. She was tho flagship of tho doubt the fact that ho did make them. I sonal appearance is as peculiar as his North Atlantic station and was wrecked My friends may rest assured that to havo this myself truth up ought not to take iho de- on Roncador Reef, 200 miles off the coast confined will do to the the finish. patronymic, it so to time and tectives long to detect hia destination. of Nicaragua. T. D. Newland, An-gelo, Interior Journal Florida produces over fifty varieThe compulsory oducational bill was is put tosleop on the table Saturday in tho ties of the orange. Tho annual crop FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Tho horso advertised by F. Reid sold for $55. 6 OB 8 PAGES. to tht P. W. Green sold to an Eastern party a gelding with trial in 2:32 for $300 For Sale. Two jacks, ono by Brig-noand ready for service. Each 1 unmix. S. H. Shanks. During tho four days' horse sales at Lexington 270 head havo beon disposed of at on average of $270. For Sale. 21 thoroughbred Southdown owes and two bucks. Ewes ready to lamb. All subject to register. T. F. Sandidge, Mlledgovlllo. W. Z. Thomson, of Georgetown, sold to E. W. Hughes, for tho Liggett-Myei- s Tobacco Company, of St. LouiH, 100,000 pounds of tobacco at 10 cents nil 'round raised by four tenants. John Cook boiwht of G. W. Welsh, of Danville, the bay stallion, Garmoor, by PancoRst, by Gambetta Wilkes, 2:21 J, anil will make tho season with him. Garmoor has a public trial of li The Reason Why We do not feci the blow of hard times is the great effort on the part of every department under our vast roof to get rid of the season's stock accumulation. The sight of former prices is completely lost. New spring goods arc already clamoring for space and their demands shall be obeyed. The most tempting buying opportunities arc now at your hand. Bargains that will draw people to our store this week. The purchasing power of J$ I 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 miss it. 2:15. bo-cau- wa-ue- s. over-tim- e Tho farm of O. It. Coleman anil Mrs. Eaton, lying near Walnut Flat, was sold by Commissioner It. O. Warren yesterday to J. 11. Baughman for f 1,700, about J. P. $500 less than tho judgments. Chandler was auctioneer Thero are 100 acres. Notwithstanding tho wet, sloppy day n good many people attended court yesterday, but if they did any business it whs not tnado known. There were some 25 cattle on tho market. None were offered publicly but a few head of butcher stuff sold privately at 2Jc. Albert Threlkeld purchased last Monday the Leathers farm of 101 ncrta, adjoining tho farm of Col. Tom BowThe man, for the low price of $3,000. same sold some years since at $100 per aero and is very cheap at tho price paid. Ilarrodsbnrg Democrat. Tho Mercury says tho Carlislo Creamery had an income of $0,000 in ten months which represented a handsomo This dividend on tho capital invested. establisntnent of tho kind in is the first Kentucky to pay, ami for that reason this honorable mention is made. The peach crop on Muldraugh'a Hill was not all killed by the povero freeze. Wo have had occulnr and conclusiTO proof on that point. Tho freeze was very Jamagim;, however, and many of out best orchards will be entirely barren of this luscious fruit. Eliznbethtown News. A. M. Overkirk, of Paducah, lost a lino milch cow a fow days since in a very peculiar way. The cow swallowed a lady's hat pin, which was in the bran. She was tlisomloweled to Bee what had To the ciused her death so suddenly. of tho owner, the hat pin was surprise found, with the point piercing tho cow's American Indigos, Simpson's Macks, &c. Apron checked Gingham, 5c, worth 7lct I yd wide brown cotton 4 Jc, Trions AAA Ju ex-tr- a c worth CliC Good bleached cotton heavy, 5c worth all other popular brauds of cotton such as Hope, Masonvillc, Fruit of the Loom, Green Ticket, &c, will be marked down in proportion; 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 COME EARXi'ir! 7c. Comforts 40c, worth 75, 75c worth $1. 25 $1, worth $1.50. A few blankets that will be sold at 50 per cent- less than value. A good 10X. blanket 75c a pair, better ones ranging from $1, Si. 25, $1.50, $1.75 up to $6 per pair. We are going to close out regardless of cost. Now is your chance to get your - m 2 50 and Shoes at Half Value. We can sell you a good full stock men's boot at $1.20, 1.50, 1.75, J, and $3 00. These prices have been cut from $2, 2.50 3, 3.150 and 450. Children's shoes, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and $!, worth double the money. All men's and ladies' shoes are included in this clear ancc sale this week. Their value will not be considered as WE MUST UNLOAD Some of our immense stock that wc may have roomfor our spring goods. Fathers, sons, now is your chance for a new suit or an overcoat for wc have applied the knife and cut prices in half. LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAITFOHD. TZY A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor T. D. RANEY, Manager. heart. ll Robt. Thomson bought of A. l,fi00 cows, weighing two lbs. each, at 3 jc. J. L. Jarvis sold to J. W. Burklor, of Marion county, 10 mules for S$00 cash. Present indications point to n largo acroago in tobacco during the coming Beason in Garrard. Our farmers, who "stuck it" on a season did well the last year, and aro therefore encouraged to try it again. Lancaster Record. Lea-yefirst-class B. K. WEAREIM, (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn,) Dealer iij Carriages, Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. BRODHEAD. . etorekeep-er-gaugor- s. d circu-late- one-fift- h one-fif- one-tent- h Rev. A. J. Pike was unanimously elected at the lUptist church Saturday as pastor for the coming year. Mrs. Burk, tho lady that Bill New-cu- Before you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than the cheapest. shot a few weeks ago, is still alive, W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. is thought likely to die at any time. but A great many of our citizens have been summoned to attend circuit court at Mt. Vernon, which convened Monday morning. Miss R. L. Yakey is Bpeuding n fow - OF days with Mr. F. Waldon's family on Copper Creek. Little Eliza Tike, wlio 1 was severely burned n few weeks ago, is getting about well. Mr. T. S. Frith has been in very poor health for a few weeks. Mr. J. Johnson and Miss Fannie Barsor were united in matrimony at tho bride's father's Thursday evening, Rev. A.J. Pike officiating. They took tho night train for Louisville, uo.tr where they expect to make their future home. Is the only one authorized to sell Oliver Chilled Plow Repairs in It iH thought that thero aro others.who Stanford. will follow soon, but wo are not authorized to give names yet. Ab a rule mon love darkness ruther thun light because their deeds are evil, but this rule will not apply to Bro. J. II. Albright, for he baa put up two lights Dealers in on tho walk from tho depot platform to his hotel, which will undoubtedly bo a great convenience to tho traveling public stopping at this place, and beet of all lio keeps his lamps burning. Get His Priees m ops uuver liiiiiei Plow Repairs in J. K. VANARSDALE, FARRIS & HARDIN, $5,-00- 0, Mr. Emily Thome, who resides at Tolcio, Washington, says that ihe hat never been able to procure any median! for rheumatlni that relieve the pain to quickly and effectually at Chamberlain' Pain Halm and that the hat alto uted it lor lame back with great tuccen. For tale by L)' S. G. llockcr. The belt talve In the world tor cult, bruiits Orei, ulcer, talt rheum, fuver sores, tetter, chapped handt, chilblain!, corns and all ikU erup tion't and positively cures piles, or no pay rcquir cd. It it guaranteed to giv perfect satisfaction or money refunded. I'rica aj cents per be. y0r tale by A. R. Penny. Stanford, Ky. Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Queensware, Glassware, Harness, &c. Buc&itn'a Arnica Salvo. Plows, Wagons.Harrows Call and Examine their Stock. -- can-dida- te edy a trial. ...... mi.1 nmtVlv Ten days' lots of time on account ol sickness and a doctor's bill to pay is any thins but pleasant for a man of a family to contemplate, whether ho it a laborer, mechanic, merchant Or publisher, las. O, Ione,publlther of the Leader, Mexla, Texas, was tics in bed for 10 days with the grip, during its prevalence a year or two ago Laler . He says: in the season he had a second Chamberlains "In the latter case I uted success, I think,Couch only considerable Kenedy with being in bed a little over two days. The socond would have been equally as attack I aro satisfied for the use of the remedy. bad as the firtt but be borne in mind that the grip it much It should a very seveie cold and requires ly the same as the same treatment. When you with to pre-cue- i H..RUPLEY, ;is Receiving His ... f v. a V lfn.1... S and effectually clve this rem nd 50 cent bottles lor sale by Dr. FALL ' I : AND : WINTER : GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me , t, .y. iW.jaauft mv, . m (fr'sytuoMJ- - .tms- - afcrt t mitjk j wl.tj. 1. .' . Jjs.wsr,nyJ, ijjMMlilifftixi If At "WRPWJflW 9ttf"f0jii hMP mmmww ) ' innpnwwj m m (.llJIKllijgllillW vft-,- f .s Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Finmi'AitY 13, 1894 Htanford, Ky., V noar McKinnoy, additions to tho Christian Church. mediately afterwards he came to Stan The Southern Bnptist Theolglcal ford and gavo himself up to Judgo YarSeminary at Louisville has brought Buit I have about completed my stock of goods which is composed of non, who placed him in charge of J. T. E. C. Walton, Business Manager to enjoin the collection of $72S 04 State McKinnoy till tho examining trial this taxes against it, on the grounds that its Queens-ware- , morning. Mr. Dunn talked freely about charter exempts it from taxation. MEANS BUSINESS. tho deed and whilo greatly distressed ovItev. J, It. Hfcka haB been appoinHay koiiSalk. Ten tons of No. 1 er it, fools that matters had reachod thu Buy your nchool books and school ted n policeman In Barborsvllle. a r t. r Ho is Til r Timothy hay nt J 10 pur ton at Karris is point that he had to kill or be kilted. ol all kinds at A. H. Penny's. pastor of tho Baplist church nnd when hows, aaic, L.ime, cement, &c, all bought at the lowest CASH Todd who wns originally from Madison arm Having no old stock to carry, I am able to give prices Watchim, clocks and jowolry repaired Hardin's. . hu preaches hereafter thero will bo no and warranted. Engraving a specialty, Ho county, was a tenant of Dunn's. that will be Juihik Vahnon presented his claims monkeying by the young inon in tho at A. It. Ponuy's. had rented some wheat land on tho sharr in a strong speech to a good crowd back of tho church. Tint largest stock of Drugs. Medicines, es, but becoming dissatisfied, wanted to rcrfiiniury, Paints and Wall Paper at yesterday, Hush Branch church scored a splensell out to Dunn for $12.1. Dunn A. It. Penny's. Prescriptions a specialPBro. John Bell To Investivate. Wk wish to impress you Unit our Block thought tho prico too high if hu had did dny Inst Sunday. Appreciatinc the favors shown me hnmtnrr. t Gibson preached on, "Conditions of again ask a share of your patronage. of goods is without an equal in Stanford. Respectfully, had tho money to buy, but Todd church success," to n large congregation. Dunks tho Jeweler ERSONAL POINTS, demanded tho amount nnd began Tho futuro of Bush Branch is brighter Mish Lt't'Y Aunoli), of Garrard, is Eon Salk. U6 sho.its, 16 steers, four to maku lifu n burden for Dunn, ns than it has been for somo time. M. Hknnik Weaken, Clerk. MiM Ethyl Ileazley. feeding steers and two fat steers. J. C. hu hns told friends before nnd since. Iu Tho electric lights wont out while going and returning from homo hu had Mn. .1. 1). Owkn8, of Ilarrodsbiir;, lins Hay 8, Crab Orchard. tho church services wero nbout half ovto pnos Todd's house nnd he waa never been with his brother hero. goods, hamburgs, laces, ging- permitted to go by unmoiestod. Wiiitk Friday er Sunday night, and they wero contin 1! Mim. Mahy of Crab OrchL Wl hams, towels, table linens, napkins, morning ho camu to thu fence near uod by lamps. Mr. Helm preached at ard, hns been grnntml a pension. jfUd JUL tho Presbyterian church last night nnd curpets, etc. Sevorancu is Son. Dunn's housu and commenced to abuse Miss Moi.uk Witts, of Madison, is will likely continue thu meeting through him and finally ran his hand Into his visiting Mrs. Dr. 0. W. Uronnugh. Tiik five shares of Farmers Bank nnd tho week. Dealer in Oliver Chilled and Uucher & Gibbs Imperial Misses Zk.va and Lucy Tayloii, of Trust Co'b Block ndvortised by Montie bosom ns if to draw n weapon. Dunn Ituv. William O. Kelloy, n promiSomerset, nro visiting Miss Nora Kelly. Fox was bought by W. II. Cummina nt had his gun, loaded with bird shot in nent Baptist minister of Southern Kenhis buggy nud ns hu did bo hu tired one Mit. It. O. tsTADint, formerly of this nuc.ionut Jl 11.10. tucky, committed suicide by hanging of thu loads nt him ns ho advanced. place, but now headquartered at Iji Fayhimself in his Btablo in Trigg county. There is a good deal of feeling over tho Then bo flrud the other barrel and draw- Ho was suffering from n ette, I ml., hns bren visiting friends here. recunt stroke of Double Shovel Plows, Plow Harness and Miphkh KutiiikStkwaiit, of Lexington, killing in thu neighborhood and devel- ing his pistol shot four or live times. paralysis, nnd had wnrned hia family thnt opments aro promised which will maku Todd fell and lived only a short while. ho and HcbhIh Itobiuson, of Corbin, are the needed watching. Ktients of Mrs. W. II. Curtis, of thu East tho casu a much more ugly ono for Dunn Both of his eyes seem to have been put Washington city Is looking forward out by tho first shot. This is tho story than has been madu public. End. to tho advent of Moody nnd Sankev this us told by Mr. Dunn, who was evidently Miis. Nannik Maktin and Moflters Jop, week. Tho most elaborate preparations HraiNKfts must bu looking up, judging I am the only authorized Agent in the East End of the county for Jeiraud Chaffinch, ofltichmond, aro thu by tho droves of drummers that are bo- - worked up to such n point of fear of bod have been made. Nearly all tho churchilyharm that ho was afraid to go about Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. 5I3cware of the bogus repairs that are Kiieat of Mr. and Mrs. A. Underwood, of suiging the rural towns, and they all tell by himself. Mr, Dunn used to be quite es are to unite. A choir of 1,500 trained Rowland. voices is in readiness, and the devil may offered by different parties. ui that they aro doing well. Tho merMu. Matt. Woodson, of Middlesboro, chants aro buying.canttotisly, but with wild and dissipated, but for two years he expect a hard time of it through Febhad not drank n drop, so hu tells us and is spendinK a few dayn with his family, a view ruary. to increaecd trade. was trying to make a good citizen of who have for several weeks been visit Each minister of tho Ky. Confer-onc- o ing nt Mr. O. J. Crow's. This voting scoundrels, Hallow and hitii'o t. wns requested to preach n sermon Thviu was no witness to the killing, ro Mn. J. W. McWnoiiTcii, of Casov. ono Collins, who wrecked No. 0 near will havu to accept Fob. 11th in behalf of tho Woman's Nov. I), got 10 and U years respect thu Commonwealth of the I. J's. staunch friends, was in to ParconBgoand Homo Mission Society of Hallow plead guilty, but Collins Mr. Dunn's story ns true, unless it is tho Methodist Episcopal Church South Bert us yesterday. We are glad to know ively. nolo by circumstancu or otherwise to Bro. Arnold resjKinded 5 protested his iunoconce. Ten years iu that he is still prospering. taking for Ills toxt. Acts V:'M. Hu made an earnest nnd M it. II. G. Cook and wife, who wns the limit for thu offense, hut thu present prove to tho contrary. Thu dead man was a native of Madison touching appeal lo the members of his Miss Mary Tom Green, arc visiting Legislature should maku it death. . comity and his real name was Todd, but church, who had so neglected this great West End. Mr. Cook has n in the The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Thk man or woman who fails to attend for somu reason ho wns known here nnd important work. paying jowolry house at Jullico. and wheru he has lived for n number of yenrs Kentucky is llrst in tobacco, fourth Mn. and Mim. G. C. Givknb nnd Edward Baxter Perry's piano recital lecture nt Walton's Opera House, on tho ns Brown. He was a hard working man n whisky, sixth in hogs and eighth in duughtur, MitH Lucy Miller, of Lincoln rye nnd mules. countv, were the quests this week of Mr. night of the 17th, has no music in bis or nud generally peaceable, but ho got un for treason, idea that Dunn was afraid of him, nnd O. W O. JUrdmn,ihenfr ol Tyler Co.. V. and Mrs. L. B. Givons. Harrodslnng her soul and is fit only School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, strategtui nud spoils. It will bo a rate hu is said to havu hnrnssed him greatly, Va., tappreciate a good thins and doei not DemocmL m. He wai iijr hit procured almost prostrated with a Liquors for Medical Purposes. gifted blind mu- with or without reason wu aru not able cold when a bottle ot Chamberlain's Miss Kit Uacoiiman completed her treat to sou and hear thu He says' "it gave me prompt Couch Hfnwr to eny. Hu was very poor and had a rt'liel. I fiml it to be an Invaluable rrmedv for Hvo months' music term at Somerset sician. Admission 50 cents. Thursday nnd returned homo thu next It wns delightful .Sunday morning to largo family, a wifu nnd seven children. cough and colds." For sale by Dr. S. O. Hocker. nro delighted have the mail for break fact nnd P. M. Un hnd no weapon on his person when day to remain, her friends Purely vcetab.e--l)- r Call and see us. Plerce't Pleasant Pellets. examined. They're a compound ol refined and concentrated to know. Bout snys ho is going to stick to his PelThero aru many storiea nlloat about botankal extracts. These liny, Miss Hkllk Iknii.K, of llustonville, promise to open twice on Sundays, first lets, the smallest and the easiest to take, absolute-- It G. Tib. and permanently cure constipation, who has been visitini; Miss liuuii for atS..T0 a. M. and second nt 'J r. M. On- tho origin of thu trouble. One is that sick and bilious headaches, dizziness, indicesUon, bilious and all de'angeinents f the liver, stomach several weeks, left Tuesday morning to ly ono mail will bu dispatched Sundays, Mr. Dunn had attempted to take im bowels. They cure permanently, because visit friends at Greensburj;. Columbia 2:30 r. it. On week dayB tho first mail proper liberties with Mrs. Brown and and act naturally. They don't shock and weak they that tho $ 125 was tho prico demanded by en the system, like the huge old lashoned pills, Spectator. will be open nt least by 7:45 a, m. and more effective One little pellet for thu husband, to salvo hia wounded hon- and they aic or laxative; three for a cathartic Mi.ii. Milton Elliott, president of thu others as heretofore. a corrective or. This is ftrongly denied by parties in They're the cheapest pills you can hu, lor they Garrard College, was hero yesterday, lie nre guaranteed to giro satisfaction or your money Local Oition. The petitions for local position to know and thero is probably is returned. You pay only for the good ynu get. says ho has an enrollment so far of 105 pupils, which beats most of tho schools option elections to bu held iu tho Hus- no grounds for the report. It is also NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. slid that Dunn told Brown to cotnu to ton villu and .Stanford precincts wero in these parts. Are Talking About Our New to Judge Yarnon yesterday. There his hoiiHo the morning of thu killing and Mil J. It. Mauri, of tho Lancaster Itecord, was tho only newspaper insn were 207 names on thu one from litis ho would havu thu $125 claimed, but this who braved thu storm of yesterday to tinvillu and thu election was lixed for Mr. Dunn stoutly denies. attend court here. Ho seems to enjoy March 21. Thu Stanford petition had TVVKNTY-ONpounds of Granulated Sugar MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ti; ArbucVle's Coffee ajc pound; packages Soda being back in thu editorial hartues 107 names, just a few over 25 per cent, for a dime; lUcon 7c nnd thu election was fixed for March 20. Daniel Jacobs, a widower of 47, and bust cram Pepper 9c pound; CandyHoots. pound; again. 12c per oound. Furniture, in fact nva.lv terv. Drv Miss Ann is Sharks is n girl after thu W. F. McClay qualitled as administrator Miss Lucy McMullen, n comely lassie of tlunjGoods and than any one tUe in the county. cheaper C. D POWKLL, 22, were married nt tho bride's home Lecturo Association's own heart. At the of J. G. ltims'y. Logan Avenue, Stanford, Ky. . Wt near NVayneshurc Sunday. request of one of its members sho went , We noticu in thu Islington Leader out Friday afternoon and sold more tick- that an eflort is being mndo to organize Action of Democratic Committee. ets to the lecture than some of tho mem- n wholesale dry goods binincNi in LexTho democratic committee met yesterI will offer for sale to the highest bidder at my bers of the Association could sell in a ington with n capiial stock of tl00,000, day with B. It. Gentry in tho chair nnd residence one mile South ol Huttonvtlle, Ky , on month on SATURDAY. FK1I. as, in which thu nnmu of our townsman, Mr. J. G. Lynn, J. II. Carter, J. J. McKin- the Middlcburi: pike. prope-t1891. all ray personal ol three No. CITY AND VICINITY. Milk J. S. Hughes, is mentioned as onu of tho noy, L. L. Dawson, J. F. Moore aud W. Kvxt Mares, two Colts, aand Lambs, ICows, one yeailiug Steer, to Kwes 4 loss one, Wo A. Carson presont The vacancy in tho principal movers of tho enterprise. Wagon and Harness, lluggy and Dan kb, tho peoplu's Jowoler. a stacks of Hay, about 100 bushels of Corn, nru authorized to say that hu will not clerkship waa filled by thu election of a lot of Poultry. Farming Implemeuts, llouseho'd Danka, thu up to date Jewulgr. Terms: All sums join in this unterprisu unless hu can dia-o- f Mr. Carson. It was ordered thnt nil and Kitchen Kurnliure . under fio.cash; that amount and over, 6 months' business herein a perfectly satis- candidates pay their assessments by time with negotiable paper. his 1-1-- 2, Fukhii Yellow Butter wanted at A. A. TOM W. GOOCH. W factory manner. Feb. 15th to thu credit of Treasurer Lynn Warren's nt once. 1-- 4, 1-to 8 Dit. Hkdlky continues to he tho favor- in the First Xntioual Bank. Failuro WANfun, n tobacco roller, single, Ad. ite of tho lecturers who have been here. pay will keep candidates names from poll following oflicors wero ap- It. II. Itronaugh, Adm'rof D. O. Slaughter, dedress Box 121, Stanford. His "Master Passion," is not as humor- book. Tho ceased, J'lft., vs. L). G. Slaughter's Hrs.aud NewPcrcalsat ioc, I2j4cand 15c. New Dress Ginghams at pointed to hold tho election, March 3d: Crcditors,)clt5. Notice to Creditors, chilled plow points, three for ous na "Thu Sunny Sido of Life," thereOlivkii lty virtue of an iSc. New Sattecn in beautiful designs. Have just openreference In this case, ioc, 1 II. J. McBoborts, tho undersigned order ot will Stanford, So. fore not as pleasing to thu majority, but Com'r hear proot of and SI, nt W. II. Wearen & Co.'s. clerk, S. E. Owsley nnd It. L. Porter make report of claims against the estate of 1). G. ed new lot of Ladies' Heel and Spring Heel Kid Shoes at $1.50, $2, .. it is much deeper iu thought and far Muiightt'i, deed., and the crealtors are notified $2.75 and $3.50. These are all brand new goods. We invite you to to produce and file their c.aiins before the Noutiikun seed oats just received nnd more instructive. Hu examined tho vn judges, J. B.'.Gentry, sheriff". Stanford.lNo. H It. G. Denny, clerk, February,properly verified, belore the 20th day of call and sec them. W. II. rious passions, nnd contrary to expecta bu sold at hard time prices. will l&yj. II. T. Bush, judges, R. C. WARREN, Wenrun k Co. tion nrguetl ttiat mcndamii wns inoro Win. Burton.nnd Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. .j Jack Bcazley, slioritl. wan disinterested Anything and everything in tho jow divine than love, as it Stanford, So. 3 N. W. Sampson and and willing to give inoro than it takes, olry lino can bu found in our complete d John Klines, judges, G. W. Martin, while love is inseparable from desirunnd stock. Danks tho Juwoler. J. O. Floronco clerk. a purpose to gain posession of that il .. Stanford, No. I -- W. II. Duddernr, E. Tiiosu indebted to mo will greatly worships. Thu largest crowd that has of tho lectures wns present, T. Penco judges, Hugh Sergennt, clerk, oblige by settling at oncu. I nuod tho attended any a fact thnt shows our people uro begin- II. J. Darst, sheriff1. money. Mrs. PokioT. Courts. Crab Orchard, No. 1 It. II. Bronnugh, Tomatoes, Corn, ning to appreciate thu efforts of tho genCity Taxes. All city taxes that aro tlemen, who havu undertakon to present Win. Stuart, judges, J. E. Caraon, clerk, Succotash, String Beans, Ed Jones, sheriir. not paid by April 1st will Imvii 0 per n courao of lectures heru. Peas, Gibbs small Peas Early June Crab Orchard, No. 2 -- S. Wire and Sam cont. added. O.J. Nowland, City MarHon. II. W. J. Ham, of Georgia, whoso Baked S Potatoes judges, G. B. Qilkorson clerk, French Peas, shal. "Snoligostcr in Politics" haa made him Chandler . M.Estes sheriff. Apricots, Danvillk had a nicu "writo up" In famous, is tho noit lecturer, nnd ho will T. llustonville, No. 1 T. J. Robinson, Pears, Peaches, Sliced Pineapple, Courior Journal by tho bright bo with us Fob'y. 10. Saturday's Porter Sandidge, judges, Win. Hocker, Our Si 2. 50 Overcoats go this week at J5S. 50. Our S15 overcoats young nowa editor of tho Advocate, Grat'd Pineapple, Oysters, Thk meeting of tho Caledonian Litera- clerk, W. Colo Carpontor, sheriff. at $10. Our $15 heavy suits at Sio. The best $1.25 shoe for men Harry Giovannoli. White Cherries, ever offered in the town. Lancaster Fancy and Checked Ginghams ry Society at Turnersvillo Saturday night llustonville, No. A. M. Fry, J. V. Red Cherries, .. oxprossea itH profound was unusually interesting and tho varied Itiffe, judges, L. B. Adams, clerk, W. G. Gr.gaugcr plums Clov'r leaf salmon at Thk Advocate 5c. Masonville's Fruit of the Loom and Lovesdale Black Cotton thanks for our suggestion about tho program greatly onjoyod by tho largo Oowau, Bherlff. These are only a few of the things we intend to sell at Mushroons, Roast Beef, at No. 3 J. T. Martin, llustonville, Middlesboro Water Works, but nono nro crowd present, tho house being full to Ox Tongue, Chipped Beef, necessary, we aro always wining to am overflowing. Tho young Indies that took Richard Bibb, judges, Ed Tanner, clerk, Deviled Ham, Potted Ham, giving part acquitted themselves creditably, aa W. Bailey Hill, Bhoriff. curlesa fortunate neighbors by did all tho young gentlemen. It was Wayncsburg, No. 1 N. G. Reynolds, Mackerel, Amer. Sardines, thorn good ndvico. affirmed by Messrs. Beazloy, Saunders M. T. Morgan, judges, W. F. Camden, Mustard Sardines. A bmall cyclono viailod Elizabethtown nnd Owsley that'Tberois MoroPloasuro clerk, G. B. Elliston, sherifl. Besides we arc receiving every week some beautiful things in Ameriyeaterday morning. Mrs. Joo S. Itico in Pursuit than Possession," which was Waynesburg, No. 2 J. A. McKee, in about tho titno strenuously denied by Messrs. Bonzley, can and French Satteens, Dress and Zephyr Ginghams, New Dress passed thero on thu train John Mosier, judges, W. II. Hunter, Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Hosiery, many houses blown dowu nud Hughes nnd Shanks, and tho debate clerk, Ed Murphy Bhoriff. nnd bbw Preserves, Tomato Catsup, Goods, Trimmings, White Tho wind was bo strong the waxed warm, everything to unroofed. Gloves and discriminaWaynesburg, No. 3 Dave Adams, Cns Chili Sauce, Celery Sauce, trnin cnino near being taken from the tions and arguments falling fast and fu- McMurphy, judges, Fridon Neaf, sherPepper Sauce, Mustard dressing, trnuk- rious. Tho cominitteo of fivo unanimous- iff, James Cash, clerk. . R. It. Gentry, Chm'n. Olives, ly decidod that thu gentlemen on tho White Onions, Cold Wavk. Yesterday wns all sorts W. A. Carson, Sec'y. hail, &c, ncgativo got tho best of it. Tho Uniof a day, rain, Bunshino, wind, New stock of Canned goods, evA Washington dispatch states thnt nltornntinR. At noon wo received tho formed Stanford Gold Baud was presont Chrystalized Come and examine our Hat Stock, which we are closing to make following dispatch from tho Signal Ser- and whooped up things considerably. Representative Goodnight's bill author- ery can guaranteed. Our Boot and Shoe Stock will be closed of tho Society says that it izing thu Postmaster General to rein- Pie Preparation, VanHoutens Co- room for new spring goods. vice: "Severe and protractod cold wave Tho president tho 1,000 railway postal clerks who will hold n meeting at tho this week. All who come to see us this week vill be made hap- in approaching. Tompaturo will fall 30 or a week or so, tho exact dato not yet de- state discharged by President Harrison coa and Atmore's Plum Pudding. out were py, so come at once. inoro by Tuesdaj." As tho mercury cided on, when a big debate will take nt the timoof hia jugglery with the civil wns received, tha nlace. it being nfllrmed that "The Necm Bervico law will be brought up soon and was 50 when dispatch HOCKER. McKINNEY Bbould bo Banished from America." passed by an overwhelming majority. prospects of a aevero anap waa good. Fikli) seeds nt W. II. Wearen & Co. a at the lowest cash prices. .. Mn. T. D. Nkwland'h card in last issuo wns head lined in this ollico and not by him. sup-plie- s Another Killing. A. O. Dunn shot CHURCH AFFAIRS. Jim Todd alia9 Brown, to death Friday Foim "BongUB" Oliver plow points for A revival conducted at Winchester morning. Tho tragedy occurred on by 1 lit J. K. VauArsdalo'a. Elder Smith has resulted in thirty-fiv- o Dunn's farm nnd imStkhuno allvor novoltlos at Danka. NEW STOCKo ... Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Iron Wagon Material, m OUB INTMiaiMffo W. H. HIGGINS. Tl vis-iti- IIii-iiahd- w 0 '- - .l ire im ire jrr w tot JIJdiyX&iJLJLi Ik L I1 H I IP I ELD SIEIEIDS. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Alia-mon- t, DR. S. G. HOCKER DRUGGIST. rola-tivi'- H Drugs, School Supplies, The Best Goods For The Least MoneyDE, S. HOCKEB, heii-tat- e sugar-coate- d Druggist. ki pro-sente- d Jr am Sm Look at These Prices F PUBLIC SALE. y, consi-tin- g 1 1 liar-new- . Lincoln Circuit Court. Lancaster Ginghams, Apron Checks and Dress Style at 5c. New Turkey red 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. 4, I2jc, Sjc SEVERANCE & .SON. sher-itran- m Something to Eat Your tost Ghanee 7jc ... 2-- UNHEARD OF PRICES Heinz' Goods Stock. hair-splittin- g Make the Ladies Happy. HUGHES & TATE. -' court-hous- e & JVHJ V -- S- -- - ftCV - "' . Wf-- "' lq TSSSCTTT - 'It p'i-'l" ' JB '. r'3L f 'Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT THE VOODOO FETICH. I 1'rnc- - UNIQUE HUNTING METHODS. TfiaAVire. CANDIDATES To bo Voted for COMMERCIAL BLOCK NOTICE I Published Evory Tuosdajr and Frldny $CJ JPJKR. Iloiv Tills ncgrntllni: Superstition tlccil Tnility. Lino Drives All Kinds of Game Special Correspondence. Jan. 18. Western set- at tho Primary, I would like to exchange some YJCiVn. IV ADVANCE charired.-- S tWWhen not to paid SU.OO will be K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a. m. 'at Train itavet Rowland at 5:20 p. m. returning L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. .. ... ., Mail tram going North South. " " Express train " South Local Freight North ,tJ37 11 51 .....03 .., ,ao;p a South.. The latter trains also carry passengers Solar norm 3?m m ujpm pm pin that ancient and interesting form of African fetich worship exiHts today in throo countries on tho American continent, Hnyti, Han Doimnxo and Jamaica, but more imrtieuUriy in the former. whirli is among tho UuniHii nacnfii-emost iinnortuiit of it iimilmr rites, has by forcoof law been entirely abandoned in Jamaica, nnd thesituio assertion may bo umdo with regard to Ilayti and San Domingo, although there are skeptics , Pout au Piuncb, Jan. Speclnl Correspondence.! 4. Vootlooism lliforr It. March 3rd. AniLEMi, Kan., I me The above It calculated on standard time it about ao minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT lllue-Grass ROUTE. Going North trains pass Junction City as follows: Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Vet- Local 13.55 p. m ! lor Ida tlbuie Limited 3 p Limited it p. m Local Vestibule arrives S.4o p. m. iirsueaauf a O.m.Vestibule South N. i:i 11:5.? p. im. P. 1. Florida tmxmz&ti ismfflwjti'rmr Dlue-Gr-as THE FINAL TEST. who iusist that in tho most reraoto parts of theso republics childron aro yet sacrificed as offerings to tho 6orpcnt, which is regarded ns tho god of vootlooism. xVs practiced at tliistimo, vootlooism is very different from tho original bolief. MsoMely It has been so changed and modified by tho arbitrary acta of different "papabo-cos- " sHHs and "inamabocos," ns tho priests A cream of tarter baking pow- and priestesses of tho sect are termed, der. Higest of all in leavening and who, it may be obsorved, moved in their Latest United States onlyuniformity individual interests, that strength. of tho religion has disap the Government Food Report. peared and given placo to a fantasy. Voodoo services aro conducted in a 00., email chapel or house erected for that 106 Wall St.. Now York. purposo in retired places somo distnnce towns being thus Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., from likely to or bottlemets, strangers or less bo visited by Miners and shippers of the GENUINE other unwelcomo persons, nnd thorofore moro free from observation. In ono end of tho chapel, placed on n dais, or, as it Try it. We are tho sole agents lor Stanford Jand is termed, a "throne," is a wooden box, Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rail ono sido of which is glass. Within is a road crossing. serpent, which is the object of rovorenoe HIGGINS & WATTS. 0 nnd adoration. When a "dnnco," or meeting, is to bo held, tho believers A. S. in tho chapel, there being an SURGEON DENTIST. It a Candidate for Attcssor of Lincoln county Has lately purchased the celebrated equal number of mou and women gnuio. subject to the actlocol the Democratic party. McKINNEY, KY. dancers, whoso costume on such occaAt 5 o'clock thoy commenco to arrive Office over McRobertt Drug Store In the nei Newcomb Fly Shuttle Loom, Owsler Buiidlnz. sions is often a long red calico dress or at tho rendezvous, where somo judges I have bought above mentioned' Hotel at Stanford. A. GIVENS and have attached a Mother Hubbard. are ready to keep tally on tho material And Is prepared to do all kinds of Carpet and Rug rancy weaving When the "papaboco" is ready to off 01 brought in. Two opposing piles tower It a Candidate for SherlfT of Lincoln county, sub- weaving, and eiamlne my on ana is, MufKsrt. Fixst-Claswork. Ktc Call s'isrsntee o Bar and Pool Room. tho sacrifice to tho serpent, tho subject up and make a very attractivo picture ject to the action of the Democratic party. work at low prices. to bo taken is brought in. for tho lover of a good hunt. Tho ladies whose hfo is Have repaired and refurnished tht Hotel and am belter than ever Until n few years ago, when the authori- havo not been idle, bnt in tho largest ties interfered and executed a number of room of tho settlement thoy havo Is a candidate formatter, subject to the action of Prepared to Accommodate the the murderers, tho subject was often a a banquet or supper, for which the the democratic party Public. small child, but a goat has einca boon losing 6ido will havo to pay. Or. E. C. Wett's Hervo and Brain Treatment substituted. The animal must bo a mala With keen hunger nil partako of the to sold under positive written guarantee, by authorracial attcntlen to Commercial Meo. B. COOPER, i me l.Uery and Feed Stable attached. ised agents only, to enro Weak Memory; Loss ot and either entirely white or altogether smoking faro, somo of tho gamo brought llralnand Nerve Power; Lost Manhood; qulrkness; to the office ol I. W GHEES', Proprietor. Kit a black. Before the ceremony it is drug- in earliest in tho evening contributing to Countycandidato for Night Lowes; Evil Dream; Lack of Confidence; JES.1 ROUT, Mansrrr. Clerk and will appreciate you support. Nervousness; Lassitude; all Drains; Loss of Power ged by means of leaves of the guatapana tho list of eatables. Afterward tho ta- Democratic primary Saturday, March j, 1S94. ol the Generative Organs in either sex, caused by Dealer In Youthful Errors, or Excessive Use of plant. Everything being ready, the bles aro cleared away, and to tho music Tobacco, Opium or Liquor, which soon lead to Misery, Consumption. Insanity end Death. By mail, priest holds a bowl under the animal's of rustic violinists tho youun peonle SI a box; 6 for 3: with written guarantee to cure or Co refund money. WEST'S Coroil 8YKUP. A certain throat with his left hand, and with his unnco until Into in tho night. cure for Coughs, Colds, AMnm, Bronchitis, Croup, right sovdra its windpipe. Tho blood is C. M. HAnaEn. OK STANFORD, KY., Whooping Cough, Sore Throat. Pleasant to take. then served as n drink to thoso present, Hmall size discontinued; old.Hic.slio, nowSSc; Old il'ANFOUD, KY It now fully organised and ready for butisett wilt AN UNEASY VOLCANO. tltlxe.nowWc. QUAUAyTtfrg issued, odr by who by this timo aro well under tho in fluence of tafia, as called in itd $200,000 A. R. PENNY, Ky. first condition after rum is been pressod I'opocatapctl la Showing Unusual and Paid up Capitaljof having Threatening; Activity. 2L000 Surplus, . from the sugar cane. Many of tho at This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now SjiccUl Correspondence John R. Castle man. A. G. Lanham tendants, greatly excited by tho combm In my charge and I intend to conduct it so as to Crrv of 2IEXICO, Jan. 11. Popocate- SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL not only maintain Its high reputation, but 10 add BANK OK STANFORD, ed sight of blood and the taste of tafia, petl, to its long list ol friends. Special accommodawhich has not done any seriona Now closing up) with the same assets and undei smear tho blood over their faces, while tions for commercial travelers and fine rooms for she same management. damago for about 350 years, but has of the dlsptov of samplos, in somo instances tho blood is mixed lato been showing of By chatter, depotitori are at much grenter activ- fully provisions atlitare depotitora in National Desires to thank you for your pa- protected with gunpowder beforo being drank. lAIFIrst-Clns- s being held individually tiankt, Snloon Tho "papaboco" then cuts open the ity than usunl, received its nnmo from liaole to itt thareholdera amount of their stocl tronage during the year which is the two Aztec words signifying smoking therein at theextent of the Aad MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attach. d par value thereof, in addition to tht body of tho beast and removes tho heart mountain. As this indicates, a dense amount invested in tuch tharet. It may actai JOSEPH COFFKY. and liver for his own consumption, while Binoke executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully ai almost cone and asks a continu constantly arises from individual. .OP the Test of tho carcass is divided among which at tho present timo is its crater, snTo those who entrusted their buisinest to ui V. II. MILLER. all aglow J II. SOWDER. himself and family and thoso in attend- and visiblo while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ot ance during the coming year. for a long distance. tl ance. Stanford, we we here tender our many thankt and MILLER & SOWDER, is 17.853 foot high ono of tho trust they will continue to transact their butineai To becomo iuitiated into voodooism it guarantee for most lofty mountnins in North America, with us, offering as atwenty years' prompt atten When Hungry try one of his was formerly required that tho candidate experience It tion to tame, our MANAGERS, should bo between 80 and 40 years oi In fact and its Bnows have been consid- banking and as liberal accommodations as are coo sound hankmir ered to bo as eternnl asitssmoke. Should intent with Oommsrce Building-- Louisville age, but an applicant is now accepted tho present demonstrations continue, it UtKICTOKt: Doalors and Brokors. when 20 years old. He is first obliged to Williams, Mt. Vernnn; Agents throughout the South. . undergo a preparatory stage before being is not impossiblo that its white cap may J.J. II. Shankt, Stanford; STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY. b. admitted to tho sect. This continues for disappear. J. S. Owtley, Stanford; Together with Ixtaccihuati (white W. A. TRIB3LE, Local Agont, a period of 40 days, he being primarily Office Inifiioi Journal llulldlng. S.J. Kiubry, Stanford; woman), an adjoining lower peak, denuded of all of his clothing and given 11. Owtley, Stanford; J STANFORD, KY. And you will certainly go back forms the southeastern limit of such rags to replace them as tho circumJ F. Cash, Stanford; tho vallej' in which this city is located. William Gooch, Stanlord; stances and tho rules require. Ho is then and try him again. 1. Fine HlueGratt Farmet 3jV acres on tike A. W. Carpenter, Mllledj;eville, K J kept locked in a room for eight days with- It lies in tho provinco of Pnehln, and and finely impruveu. from that fact and the further fact that W II. Cummins, l'reachersville out being allowed to seo tho light of day a. Farm of 100 aeie.. finnlv ImmA.iwl fiir.i and is given frequent baths mado with it hi visiblo from tho City of Puebla as S. If. Shanks, President at low prici. Dr. J. 11. Owsley, Cashier, well as from tho City of Mexico it is Mr. J. 0. Jonas, of Fulton, Ark.,eaysof tabou, or sacred plants nnd leaves. These W. M. Iltlght, Teller, 4. Fine lllue Oratt Farm, of to, acre;, In hlgb baths must bo taken for 40 days and sometimes called tho Puebla volcano. It KS?R35tJ "About ton years ago I ol is ono vast mass of porphyry, obsidian, NATIONAL BANK stalenluecultivation, well improved; offered low. traded a severe case of blood must always bo kept in the same coudi v. beGrass Farm ol acres, on pike, two poison. Leading physicians prescribed tion, as the greater the fermentation nnd basalt and other volcanic rocks, but miles from Stanlerd; good OF STANFORD, KY. land; low medicine after medicine, which I took tho more tho water becomes impregnated tween tho timber lino at 12,500 feet price and on easy tortus. without any relief. I also tried mercu- with tho virtues of tho leaves and plants whero aro tho denso growths of pines with Schedule Nov. 19, 1893. OOO 8 to 11. Town Uts In Stanford In areas to suit Capital Stock- rial and potash remedies, with unsuo tho moro desirablo it is in tho eyes of the which tho sides nro covered, and tho enow purchasvri. nokton:daily K lino at 15,000 feet thero is a belt of leave Surplus priest. . -. 17. acre finn farm ulti, Graham, Ulucfield, Pocahontas m 12:50 p. nuil, dwelling and oihor lmipniemrni. ,,n ..it. After his so called purification the looso sand and granulated sulphur, which Lynchburg, m. for Richmond and Norfolk. Attention of the public is invited to the fac 4 milet from btanlord candidate is ready to receive his final makes tho ascent of tho lordly cone both Sleeping Cars from Roanoke to Norlolk alto Large blue grass farm, capable of division that this is the only National Hank in Stanford from Lynchburg to Richmond, initiation. The event takes placo before difficult nnd dangerous. Under the provisions of the National Hank Aci Into smaller farms. Desirable in avrv ni.iif... cossTul rosults,but which brought on an and Oooln-wiTho old crater is at tho summit of the Trains tor Pocahontas, Powhatan 1a 35 p m. depotitora are secured not only by the capital lar. Offered low and on very easy terms. leave lllueficld daily at 6 30 a m, attack of mercurial rheumatism that a number of followers of tho sect Tho mountain. the stockholders liability lor m aud 9 00 p m daily for Leave It is an enormous abyss, al Kenova Iiluefield 6 30 aO., Chicago and all points stock, but bv to the stock, so that depctitors as eda6. Cood ttrwt, frame building; well finish"papaboco" holds in his hand a stick undo my life ouo of agony. After o' amount equal on Main and Columbus, in most n iuu muo across ana between a West. Pullman rleeperon 900 p m train lor Co- this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 15 feet front, aoo back. Eastern part aof Slanfoad four years I gavo up all remodies covered with amulots supposed to posWill ttil at bargain. Five sworn statements of thecoudition of the bank aud commenced using S. S. S. After sess magic power. Tho candidato kneels quarter and a third of a mile deep. This lumbus. o Small farmolJoacres.amllos Irom governSianfcrd Irora the East daily at are made each yearto the United States taking several bottles, I was entirely at tho feet of tho priest, who makes mys- crater contnins itnmenso quantities of 11 Trainsm.arrive at Norton ment and its assets arc exainiued at stated timet wclllmprovcd,ata bargain. 40 a by government agents, thus securing aJdititooa 31. Farm of to acres on Hanging mired and ablo to resumo work. Fork, near terious passes over him and marks him sulphur, which aro regularly mined by F)r furtherinformation as to schedules, rates safety to depositors. Turnersville hine lllue grassland, Ac, KStSBai is tllQ greatest mediciao for on ono part or another of his body in Indian laborers, who live in huts at tho road apply to agentt of Norfolk A Western Rail- anif perfect This institution, originally established as tht Irouit on pike, with good improvement! aud nice W.II.I1KVILL, on tattoo fushion and in such a way that foot of tho cono, somo 12,000 feet nbove flSS25a blood poisoning y Deposit Hank of Stanford in iSjS, then joung orchard. Price low. Gen. Past. Agt Koanoke, Va. Jtbo market." ned as the National Dank ol Stanford in 1S65 ano 3a. Hotel, ttore houto and collage, nicely and tho level of tho sea. They climb from M, F. I1RAGG, Trav. Past. Agent. Hank ol aa the First National all members of the sect may thereafter again conveniently located, near depot In London, Ky Stanlord in 1S81, has had practically an umntcr Tsxitlsq on Hlood and RVln Diseases mailed this point to tho rim every morning beNine rooms in dwelling, four looms in cottage, recognize him. is better supplied rupted existence of 11 tm- Co., Atlanta, Ga, 8wut buildings. Portland. now with tscilities for years, It business prompt blorehouteofsrcomsx 300 All newFine locationAlso transacting On bended knees the entire assemblage fore going into tho crater to do their San Francisco, good barn. Lot oo feet tor liberally than ever before in lis long hoc store snd hotel. Will sell cheap ly and then invoko tho assistance of the chief mining and at night descend to their ani on ca.y terms. honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fidu homes by means of a nlido down the J J Dwelling on Lancaster St , North of raildivinity of the sect. After that tho "pacianct, 6rmt and Individuals respectfully tolic road. Six rooms and store house Good cistern, ted. paboco" orders that tho "proof of the snow covered side of tho cono, tho eamo A barn and all necessary outbuildings Heautlful Tht Directory of this Hank it composed ol location. Lot with frontage ijaxcoo let. Terms bo made. Tho neophyte, quite route as tho ono by which the mined flame" ForestHt Reid, Lincoln county; reasonable. product is shot down. naked, is then made to pase and repass S. T. Harris, Lincoln; 34. Cottage with 3 rooms: good cittern, VIA It is a very fatiguing journoy to the through the high flames of a largo fire Nice garden. Frontage G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; crater, but tho almost supernal beauty on North side K. Main St., Stanlord. 130x150 feet built on tho ground. Having done so, Will J. W. llayden, Stanlord J for personalty or realty at a bargain. he prostrates himself nt the feet of tho afforded by tho combinations of nshgray, S.II, Itaughman, Lincoln; sulphur yellow, snowwhito nnd sky bluo priest, who pours oil on his burns. JAMES VHAGER. J. S. Hocker. Stanford; THOMAS YEAOER. Tho final part of the ceremony ensues. that aro to bo seen, ouco tho journey has W. A. Tribble, Stanford; been accomplished, would almost pay for M. I). Elmore, Stanford; On tho firo soveral large pote of boiling YEAGER & CHICAtO firl 0)) tOUISVIUt,NlWAiaaT T, P. Hill, Stanford. water are placed, each containing food. any degree of fatigue. Tho Rio Atlaco K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; Music is furnished by a number of na- rises from a vast lava field at tho foot of and stasis, PXTLLMANSAND M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon tive drums. Tho candidato dances, be- tho mountain's eastern slope. Tho only recorded eruptions of J. S. Hocker, Pretldent; PARLOR CARS. comes more and moro excital, runs from STANFORD, KY. John J. McRobertt, Cathier; occurred in 1510, 1539 and 1540. ono part of tho room to another, throws ONLY LINK FROM LOUISVILLE A. A. McKinnev, Assistant Cashier. FOR A CLEAN The earliest ascent was mado in 1510 by We'are In our new stable in lbs Opera IIouM himself on tho floor, plunges both hands dockland ore well supplied with into the pots of boiling water and with- 10 men sent by Cortes. Francisco RUNNING - DINING - CARS. reached tho summit in 1523 and draws the food, serving somo to each WRITE TO NEW RIG8 AND HORSES Or a Nice, Refreshing Dath Go to jwrsoii present. This concludes his ac- had himself let down fcomo 400 or 500 Have been purchased and noth participation in tho ceremony, and feet into tho crater, and ascents were K. H. BACON, D. P. A.. K.J. REED, G. PA. Chicago, 111. Louisville, Ky. Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop tive candidato is declared a Cenzon, or made in 1827, 1834, urnouts will leave the stable, and frequently tho Office South Side Main St., in office recently agent for the Lexington Steam Launfull fledged member of the voodoo sect. since tho last named year. St. Paul. Denver. vacated Hy Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. lie la alto Give dry. The Ileal in the Country. J. Y. Mesas. J. 0. Klein flrst-clais Pure royal:baking powder Original Jellico Coal. PRICE, tlers become nmintonied to all kinds of Is .1 candidate for the democratic nomination for oddities in politicts, business and amuse- County Attorney, subject to the Primary Election, Can bo had In the market, Prices lower than the lowoit Mourning rwhU a specialty. Call and ment, and tho newest form of tho latter Much 3d. immine ltrfore buvtttff is n hunting scheme that has been deMAUY DAVIS DUDDKRAR. D. S. Stanford, Ky. Mrs. Kate Duddrrar, Manager. B. MEKSIIOX veloped on tho wo6teru prairios of Kan At tho old stand ol J, II. Green, In sas. It a Candidate for Jailer, tubjeel to the action of In somo counties tho rabbit tiost has the Democracy. ! Hustonvillc, - - Kentucky, becomo ulmost ns annoying ns in Australia, and tho county commissioners Hat Just itccived an encellent addition to hit HAMPTON, have offered a bounty for each dead rabAt our Krult Farmt and Ntirseiio one milfl West stoik of luriiiture and cordially in vitet you to call nnd examine it. Ho it alto agent lur the Ollser subject to tho action ot of Kingsvlllr, Lincoln .ountv I candidate We have as fine a bit reported to tho county clerk. This has thea democracy. for Jailer, stock of r'ruit Trees at any man ever handlcl, Chilled and Silver Steel Plows as well at repairs stimulated tho nhnrods of tho vicinity, ready lor transplanting nto orchard and garden lor tame. No plows stand higher In the estima this l'all. Orchards of Applet and Pcachta will lion of the public than those. Hit stock ol harne.t nnd nan result unique methods of gatherand saddles It larger than ever. Hat alto added be assorted to suit customers at 10 per hundred. SAM ill. OWENS, ing in the ngile gaino havo been concoct allncol lluggivt, Surreys and Stovet. The licet aie nice, tho varieties the best. EveryIllack Smith !hor Tor rent, ed. Ono of these, iosiblo only iu a prairie It a candidato tor SherilTof Lincoln county, sub thing ncodrd to make home attractive and the and Main Streets. Iluttoiivillo. located on College, llctt located shop children happy will be found hsre. IV circulars In the west end of Lincoln co. Good smith can country, is the "wire lino" method. In ject to tho action of tho democratic t rimary. address A. AUKKK& CO., J. get all the work he is looking far Apply to mo Kingmlle, Ky. 64 mnuy western Kansas counties tho prai-riIn Huttunvllle, only one smith in town. . NEWJLAND is so level that a plow could turn D. S. CAR I'll NTKK. evory foot of sod without breaking a la a candidate (or Sheriff of Lincoln county, subfurrow, nnd a billiard table could scarce- ject to the action of the democratic pntiury. : ly be less free from depressions or knobs than its buffalo grass covered surface. English and C'latsical.2 For males and fcmtles, J. P. B. RILEY.lProprlotor, To offset this difficulty tho nimrods -for Jailer of Lincoln county and IjCndidnto : : Kentucky, London, - Kontucky. bare invented tho "wire lino." Taking aska.his friends not to commit themselves to any I have moved to my new Hoteland am betttr b. I, iSg. The course a piece of heavy wire a quarter to half n one else, at he.ls forced to stay at home and work. Next tetiion begins ever to Hit candidacy the buildings and and teaching mile long, they hitch each end to a wagon ocratic party. it subject to the action ol the Dem- beautiful andthorough,rvaonab'e. Younggrounds prepared than attached accommodate the public ladiet Uood Livery and every convenience derates drawn by a team. It is stretched as taut boarded in the College; youiig gentlemen boarded sired. Give me a call. In the town. For further particulars address the 77 rRANK RILEY, as possible, and tho marksincu aro staDEBOUI) G. MILTON ELLIOTT. President. tioned nt regular intervals behind it, a It Candidate dozen or moro boing scattered along tho he aDemocracy, for Jailer, subject o the action of line. JKLLILO TENNESSEE, At n signal tho teams inovo 011 parallel courses, nnd tholongwirosweeps through Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. tho prnirio grass, from wagon to wagon, Is a Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action We have opened on H'pot Street a Ilutcher Shop, where we will keep at all limes the scaring up every jack rabbit, cotton tail, of the democracy. best meals Ihtt the country affords. We will hancoyotte, prnirio chicken nnd quail on tho The best hotel In the city and Hie only one with dle nothing but the best and will a sample room for druoiiiiert hspecia attention plain. Tho bewildered little creatures, JNO. J J 6m CASH ONLY, to the traveling public. Hates Jj. skurried out of their fancied security by Is Candidate forAisetsor, suljectltojine action tho dragging wire, are easy gamo for tho of the Democratic party. As wo can not keep books. Our customers will THE OLD be served in the best stylo rtid we solicit the pathunters, and tho wagons aro utilized to ronage of the public. We aliobuy good corn fed carry tho sjioils. Tho party moves off D. cattle and hogs. ANDKKSON CAIIK A CO., across tho plaiu for half tho day, then Manferd, Ky. 88 jm , SAM II WARNACK.Pror. to the office of AsIs a candidate for lunches, nnd making a detour returns. sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of the It is unique hunting, but very unsports- democratic party. I London, - - KENTUCKY. manlike. The quantity of gamo brought Refilled and refurmshni and in every way prein is, however, enormous, and largo shii BAILEY, pared to attend the wants of the public Kates mouts nro mado from this section to Mr. William LandgrafVt employment at my very reasonable. la a candidate for jailer, subject to,'the"action of agent for the tale of lands in the Swiss arid Gertowns farther east. man Colony at Ottenhciiil, Lincoln county, Ky., the old Jcfleraonlan democracy.! Another distinctively prnirio plan is hat crated and M K VM 1IUSKK Is now my agent iherelor until tuch agency shall be revoked. tho "hunting contest," nnd it forms ono All legal mailer conirnuntr the pun haieard of tho liveliest amusements of many WALLACE E. VARNON, of tuch lands will be attended to by W. II , Miller, Having secured tho services ol Miss Mallle Alwestern communities. Two of tho lead- la a candidate for re- - lectlonpo the office of Coun- my attorney, of Stanford, Ky len from Cincinnati as Trimmer for lint teaaon. I J OTTKNHKIMKR. Jan. t6,'oi. ty Judge; subject to tho action ofidemocratic parcordially Invite the ltdirt to Inspect a carefully ing spirits "chooso sides" and divido tho ty selected stock ol Millmerr at prli.es to tun the young men of tho neighborhood into two tlmt. The ladles are invited to k. my nice, new line ol Stamped Linen and Embroidery Material parties. A tcalo of points is ngrced upW. GIVENS MISSLICCIE IIKAZLEY. on. A deer counts 150, a jack rabbit 30, Stanford, Ky. Is a Candidate lor County Judge of Lincoln, sub a common rabbit 10, prairio chicken 25, ject to the action ol the Democracy. Ky. nnd so on, down to one point for qnailor plover. At daybreak tho easier hunters Practical CARPET WEAVER, JOHN M. JOHNSON go forth nud strive for tho most possible -tf J. B. PAXTON, Two doors above Pott-Oinc- c. Always on hand Tho Nobiest and Nicest Goods? Roal Estato in Corbin, Ky., Improved or nn proved, lor ome good Stallions and saddle or harness hnnra. D T CHI Si NUT Corbin, Ky. JOHN CARPENTER, well-know- n Fruit Trees For Sale PETER o T. T. HATCHER , Garrard Lancaster, College, THE RILEY HOUSE . W. M.F. ELKIN, ITqw Moat Shop. Tlio Florono Hotel, BRIGHT SELL FOR E. KENNEDY, JACKSOIT HOUSE, NOTICE JOHN tm l TO THE 01A.DIES. JAMES Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, Commercial Hotel, tf J. 1 NEW lint-clas- s DINK FARMER pro-pare- d GEORGE R, MMR Fanners BanMTrnst Groceries, Candies, THE GOFFEY HOUSE Stanford, Fancy Goods, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Fruits, &c. JROYAL LIVERPOOL. m .1 insurance Company j7-- lf Popo-catapo- BARBEE&CASTLEMAN , REAL -:- ESTATE 25 CTS MEALS Popo-catapo- tl property"for sale. MERCURIAL con-nVd- NWNorfolkiWesiernHA FIRST tt iJluc-gras- s RHEUMATISM suf-eri- $200, 21,300 - Ninctv-lhrc- e ..-.- 1.- 4 ll two-sto- ry ug to-da- World's Fair Record. CHICAGO YEAGER, mn im m PojK)-catapo- tl Sliavc, Stylish Hair Cut, Mon-tau- o 18-1- DR.W. B.PENNY Dentist. tliciii a Call. f. r, - .w r H - fa. Wv.