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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894022001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. !&."V as T4 1 i"Msrw fiWSpt?tfi 'Ttf'-y'tjw- w I wi(H"?mf7t tt Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXI. gov. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1894. NO. 401 CARRARD COUNTY. 17.-Ci- w "Doubitt Gelling Better Don't Blowout the BARBOURYIILE. Lamq Yet." Somo Expressions of the Press Brought out Capt. Thoa. l'oaoook, who has been Sitiirday's primary among tho re(To the Editor Interior Journal.) by our Recent Article. seriously ill, is improving. publicans was n hot ono and votes were Mt. Vkuno.v, Feb'y. That Gov. McCreary will bo n Candidates for Uiu various county court J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. for reflection to Conirreria la true. oflicorsaro getting thicker than flddlora is progressing rapidly. In 22 cases greatly in demand. against ono of my clients tho CommonTho probablo result of Saturday's Tlint tliu democrats of tlio district will in hades. Spring: 23d, 1894. outlnifliftstically Bupport him for tlio Thoro will hi n literary and musical wealth caught his Christmas gift in on- primary is Golden for county judge, Matnomination and election la also true. entertainment at the college Thursday ly four cases, but this amount to $200 thews, county attorney, Catron, clork, Full corps orconiervatory and Normal School tercherI7s7perlor co.inet in Literature, Mu.lc and L. W. Cor, assessor, Byrloy, jailer, with An. Excellent boarding department, Catalogue! and circular! furnished on and cost, but that is ;000 loss than Ho hna bonis of friends lie re, there and o veiling, application. a close raco for sheriff between Jarvis and costs. George Nichols, who was everywhere, who nro proud of hid reA ponsion has been granted to an my client charged with Bhooting malic- and Recsd. cord as n representative, who tflory in old colored woman in town named A very wulcome nddition to its presiously and wounding Mat Bullock, was IiIh Bplended achievements, and who will rally ua onu muu to again honor tlio inun Tlio union meeting will bo hold nt found guilty by the jury and Bent up ent accommodations on this lino of tho who la nonr to tholr hearts. Mt. Ver- tho Presbyterian church Sunday ovoning for ono year. I shall fllo grounds for a L. A N. is a Pullman Chair Car between now trial this morning. This Common- Cincinnati and Shawanee, Tenn. It is to Say any thing about it, but should non Final. when Kid. Gowan will preach. any one happen to ask you, tell A diapatch from Nicholaavillo says Tho law prohibiting atock running wealth's Attorney C. W. Lester is a ter- bo hoped this is permanent nnd it will them that that "thoro la not n man in thia conres-aionn- l atlargo within tho town limit ia now in rible barlow of a prosecutor. Ho is ac- bo no doubt If reasonably patronized, Mr. William Cecil, who resides on tually plowing through tho mountain, district who can defeat JAiuea 13. force, and it is indeed a good ono. McCreary in Jessamine county. All ono (Jen. Ijindrnm, Capt. Frank White tearing up the imbedded granite that had South Main street, will in a short while has to do ia to beat the bushed with a and Capt. Gallagher tho three Moxiran been slumbering in her dark bosom for movo bis family about six miles in the long polo when thw next congressional voterana will enjoy their annual dinner centuries. Kphriam L. VanWinklo was county, oown mo uumoeriand river where ho will ongage in the mercantile Arc belling raco cornea around and tliu McCreary and reunion at Mra. Holme's on tho 2M. tho Alexander, George Denny tho Col. Clark tho Or.iar, now Lester business. Already considerable goodB men will ho aa numeroua aa the English Col. Archlo Johnson, of tho Knights 66 sparrow, Mr. McOroary waa largely in ol I'ythafs, who was hero last week, clos- is tho Ronaparto nt the bridgo of Lodi havo arrived at tho depot for him. The many frionds of Dr. William Btrumcntal in ledeeming this county in ed tho contract with tho Lancaster Band and on ttio bloody field of Austerlitz. former years from the republican parly, to go with thia division of tho K. of P'a My client was afraid of Lester and Les Burnsido, of this place,' will regret to and the political leaders in Jcsitamine to tho national encampment to bo held ter Bitid ho was afraid of me, but tho re- learn of his intention of removing to For the Oliver Chilled Plows at reduced prices and they guarantee will stand by him in preference to any at Washington in August. Tho contract sult showed my client was right and Lancaster to reside permanently. Dr. every piece to fit as well and last as long as any made. mau in tlio district." calla for 20 men, and aa tho band only Lester was wrong. Now I dread Lester Burnsido camo hero from Lancaster We have no desire at thiatimu to poo baa 10 members, thoy will engage four as much as my clients do. Lester nud I about bIx years ago and has enjoyed another than Gov. McCreary represent professionals to go along. This will bo a wero both born and raised in Pulaski a largo ahnro of tho medical practice ZlSTE-Ho ha been lino trip and is looked forward to with county but I only got acquainted with of this county. thia district In congress. Whilo tho political pot throughout true to himself, faithful to hia constitu much pleasure by tho band boys and lo- him this court. I know him nowl I think our essay on tho Bible ia going tho State seems to bo boiling over among enta and an honor to hia otllco. About cal Knights. tliu only clrciiuiKtance that could turn us Ono of tho most enjoyable events of to do much good. Tho court eulogized it tho republicans at well as democrats, it ia n fact worthy of note that up here in aside from our present position would bo tho season was tho Knighta of Pythias highly. Opposite Coftcy House, Tho poor woman shot near Brodhead tho republican Eleventh Congressional the entrance into tlio fUld of ono of our banquet given in honor of Col. Archie District thero is mighty little being said Is not yet dead, and perhnpa tho defenown townsmen. Kvon then wo would Johnson Friday night at Miller's Hotel. have to bo convinced, among other tiling Tho suppor which waa propared by that dant who did the shooting, wiil not bo which would point to a Congressional that ho waa not in the raco aa n link in a prince of caterors, K. A. I'ascoe, was ono tried thia court. Tho grand jury does caudidato to succeed tho "silent man chain, to compass tho defeat of Mr. Mc- of tho best over spread In our town. not know yet what to indict him for. from Casey." Memories of past politi- Is opening a First-Clas- s Stock of Creary, but aa a bona lido aspirant for Toasts wore responded to by Hon. It. H. There is no hope for tho poor woman I campaigns hero may be n warning. Thero could bo many valuable understand. It seems to bo n very bad the honorable position. Harrodaburp Tomlinson, Capt. Horndon, R. H. amendments made to tho new election Payings. Rev. T. H. Camnbell. I W. finnn. casn against the accused. 1 received a letter from Col. Smith, of laws but it seems where thoy have beon Of Congrenian McOreary'a fitness cer, Letcher Owsley, Col. Johnson, A. H. insufficient in this county thoBO in auhis ability to accomplish hia aim, and Rice and Rev. J. It. Tercy. All wero Harlan, stating that a cav in the CirGive him a call. cuit court thero had just beonfeontinued thority took tho law in their own hands his influence with other members and heartily applauded and tho gallant the President, there can bo no question. Knights ato drank and wore merry un- at request of defendant because of mv and dealt justice in n mannor most conabsence. Ho said the beautiful widows venient to themselves. Ono marked deOther statesmen may desire hia pUce, til 1 o'clock A. M. Miss Lizzie Simpson, of Lower Gar- ot Harlan had again put on tho dark parture is in preparing the sample balbut can hia district a fiord to give him up for an inexperienced man who will bo rard, is vifiting Miss Lizzlo Thompson. robeaof mourning and refused to bo lots. Tho law plainly provides that they compoMwl to start where McCreary Mia Allio Anderson has returned from comforted becauao I am not there. If I shall bo printed on colored paper, but Tho conclu a aovrral months vfsit to Knoxvillo. Her live I shah certainly attend court in Har- thoy wero executed on white paper, the otarted seven yearn ago. pister Mrs. Win. Marrs came home with lan next term. I think this court will same as thu origjnal ballots, the law to nlon ot tho whole matter, ia to and ru elect Hon. James It. Mc- her. Mrs. Dr. Carpenter, of Stanford, adjourn before tho tnlddlo of next week. the contrary notwithstanding. That's what, and if you don't beleive it see our new assortment of It may bo of interest to know that Creary to the position which ho has so la with Mrs Will Arnold this week. Mrs. I shall adjourn now. goods for 1S94. Col. Andy Johnson's famous $20,000 Fontaine Fox Bonuirr. accoptably, faithfully and usefully fill- A. H.Rice and Mini Altio Marksbury libel suit ngainst the Louisville Times ed. Richmond Register. visited Danville Monday. Mr. W. G. CRAB ORCHARD. originated at Danville. It so happened of Dnnlap, of Loxinglon, spent Sunday Wo do not believe any member Mr. W. K. Buchanan Is very sick at that the writer on tho samo afternoon delegation during thia hero. Miss Allio Arnold continues vory tho Kentucky his homo hero. Charlie Singleton Is "edited" a similar story for another Lou(feneration boa originated nud put through low with pneumonia. Mr. W. J. isville evening paper and its utter im- Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Bronzes, with acquaintances here. aa many important bills as Mr. Mcis again in our midst. Spectacles and anyMies Mr. Rirney Fish waa here last week. probability is the reason why it was not thing .and everything in the Jewelry line at Creary. No mnu in tho delegation visiting Miss Mary Doores. stands higher in Washington, none Mias Suo I.uytou is visiting relatives in Wo nro glad to know his father's family used, for the fact that it had escaped tho havo returned from California! and will vigilant eyes of tho Loudon, Mt. Vernon have more influence in the Honor, and McCreary this week. rent here until they get posession of and Stanford correspondents only to be none are counseled with by tho Presigarnered by Danville about three days Depositions in tho their farm. dent more olten or freely. His services case aro being taken in Louisville Julia Norris, a respectable colored after it had actually occurred, placed it have reflected groat credit upon hia dis STANFORD, KY. and tho Press of Saturday says: woman, died suddenly JFridayJ. morning it in a bad light before tho above mentrict, and are being appreciated aa never The testimony against Miss Pollard, as of heart trouble. Sho leaves n family of tioned news editor nnd when wo wore before by hia Suite audjparty, and it will bo a matter of serious ragret if tho ru- doveloped yesterday, showed her to havo small Helpless children, tho youngeet through "editing" it its fragments wore lying on the floor and were last seen by mor that he purposes to retire at tho ox been on terms of intimacy with people not n year old. and places of Bhady, if not of notorious- A splendid dinner was givon Dr. the janitor, late that evening, wending plratlon of ono moro term proves truo. Iy bail character, to have developed a Burdetto nnd bride nt Mr. D. 0. Payne's its wny down the winding stair, out the Jessamine Journnl. McCreary received frcm Lancaster leaning towards such asaociatious at a nnd nt night the C. 0. band treated them back way from whence such travelers never return. Thus another newspaper, a petition signed by 7S0 Garrard county remarkably early age and to have borno to n serenade. Mrs. Dr. Clark, of no matter what tho final outcome of this accompanied tho couple hero, and democrats, urging him to stand for re- an unenviable reputation for being fast ono may bo, was deprived tho glorious election to Congress, Hia petition was before alio was out of her teens. In 1S82 remained till Thursday. The Dr. and alio was united to Alex Julian in mock wife will board awhtlo at Dr. Clark's and privilege of p libel suit. brought out by a petition signed by !M to Robert Harding, of Danville, to mako marriage when under tho influence of then go to house keeping in Brodhead. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. liquor and retired with him to a bed I havo promised tho pupils lot my tho race. Washington dispatch to Miss Belle Moore, of Kansap, holds room, and in 1SS3, sho was seen at tho school that I will give each week in my house of n notorious woman in this letter tho names of those who do the a positiou ita compositor In the Kcho Ql'BGN' AND CllK8Ci:ST RoUTK. "Glillipcity. This waa hardly n desirable prep- greatest amount of earnest work. Thoso ollicu. sps of the World'a Fair." A selection of aration for a modest, retiring school ,'girl, who deserved especial mention Chris 1'enrl is hack from Louisville Large Assortment. last week Sizes and Shapes to suit even the most fastidious. 192 Gems of tho White City been through ditldont and bashful, only seventeen wore Capitola Slaughter, where hag heen taking a business coimo Ila Holdam, thoCAindra. This handsome volume years of age, to attract the attention and Matlio Beazley, Joo Pay no, Joo Hold-ma- n in one of the commercial colleges. containing 102 photographic Major G. .Matt Adams is hero on captivate tho will of n brilliant Congressand Walter Buchanan. Wo had ov views of tho entire Exposition, showing man in 1SSI. Tho idea of seducing a oral visitors to hear our school Sparer some legal business and 'expresses him-seas confident that he will receive tho all main buldings, all state and territor woman of that sort seems preposterous. read last Frid y. Mis9 Capitola Slaughall foreign buildings, ial buildings, Tho deposition being taken by tho ter, ns editor, acquitted herself splen- pension agency. grounds, ptatuary, lagoons.Iaud about 40 defense prove what everybody suspected, didly, and tho items contributed by all "Uncle" Billy Brown, of the Rockviews of tho groat Midway IMaisance, that "Midelino Rill Breckinridge Joo tho school, wero well written and spicy, castle river neighborhood, ill the north will bo sent to any address on receipt of Blackburn Pollard," as she was called by especially tho poetry. The paper Oistern part of the county, aged 90, died last Thursday. 25 cents and llvo contsfor postage. This her Cincinnati schoolmates, has long n lotter column, each child requirThe Fuson murder case which was book has been issued by tho greatest of been no better thnn sho should havo ed to write one, n conundrum column, t been, but they do Southern railroads tho Queen A not establish that Mr. to which each contributes nnd another on trial when I last wrote you, resulted Route and its excellence Is with- Breckinridge lias been all along as good column is devoted to corrections in in a hung jury, four for conviction and a flaw. A uioat,dctlghtful collection as ho should havo been and professed to speech, manner, Ac, of tho school. Each eight for acquittal. out Jeweler John B. Oakley announces of exquisite views, in n small and conv- bo. It is not Madge, but Billy, who is of tho older pupils enjoy tho honor enient-sized book. Many such collec- on trial, and tho plea in defense is tho weekly of editor. Patrons nnd friends a young democrat ut his house, whilo Send old ono that Adam set up and got ruled of the school invited to nttend each Fri- Grau Johnson goes him ono better on tions are largo and cumbersome. vour address and 30 cents to W. O. Rln- - out. Louisville Times. day evening exercise na it encourages the other side, however one of the latter died. General l'assei nor Agent, Oin- Despite the pleas of defendant's pupils and teachers. uarson, , Inthecase of Andy Johnson vs. the for a later date, Judgo Bradley, cinnati, 0. counsel Thu Times, through Alcorn & Craft, tho of tho Supremo Court of tho District of Bucciln's Arnica Salvo. The beat salve la the world lor cun, bruuea latter'a attorneys, the judgment was set Let it run, and your cough may end Columbia, has set tho Rreckinridgo-Pol-lard orei, ulceri, alt rheum, fever aorci, tetter, chapin something serious. It's pretty sure to, ped handi, chilblains, corns and all skin crup aside and the case will come next court trial for March 8. if your blood is poor. That is just the tions and positively cures piles, or no pay requir for trial, ed. It is time and condition that invites Coneivv Will Graves nnd John Comingo or money guaranteed to l'rico perfect saUifactica refunded, 35 cents per bcx. The seeds are sown and it Alex Tuttle shot and killed Evan C3-- 0 sumption. -sale by A. R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. has fastened its hold upon you, before wore arrested at Harrodsburg, charged Williams, son of ' Heh" Williams, ut the m m i with being you know that it is near. and the Ten days' loss of time on account of sickness home of the latter on Blackwater, in this It won't do to triilo and delay, when of Josh Mitchell. Thoy wero ta- - and a doctor's bill to pay Is any thing but pleasant last week. After Bhooting for a man of a family to coutcmpUtr, whether he county, roniedy Is nt band. Every disorder kon boforo Judgo the Saufloy and held with- Is a laborer, mechanic, merchant or publisher, young Williams, Tuttle was Btruck in that can bo reached through the blood out bail. laa. O (ones, publisher of the Leader, Alexia,. yields to Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical slca in bed days the Tho bleak Northwest is experienc- Texas, vras prevalence afor 10 or withago crip, the head and face with an ax by "lteb" year during- lis two .Discovery. For Sevoro Coughs, BronLater and he will likely die also. second attack and Lung Diseases, Asthran, ing another blizzard, a dispatch from St. in the season he had auted Chamberlain'slie says: chial, Throat ihe latter case I Couch Opposite Court-Hous- e Scrofula In every form, and ovon tho Paul stating that there was not a point 'In Renedy with considerable success, I think, only IIibtoky Itsklf. Gen. Har-bed Scrofulous affection of the lungs that's in Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana or beinc in am a little over two days. The second satisfied would attack called Consumption, in all the earlier Manitoba Sunday night at which the bad aa I first but for tbe have ofbeen equally as rison says he does not bclieye in the theihe use the remedy.'' should be politi stages, it is a positive and complete cure. morenry was not It should be borne In mind that the crip is much ory that bolow zero. At some the aame as a very seve.e cold and requires pre- cal strength-restore- r is the only In consequence of this It same treatment. When you wish to so affective places the temperature registered 24 cisely the and cure a cold quickly and effectually give this rem belief, like a noted bibical character, he A Complete Stock of timt it. eon be guaranteed. If it doesn't below. pdy a trial, aj and 50 cent bottles lor sale by Dr. "opened his mouth and spake." case, you have Tho motive cable of an Inclined rail- - S. G. Hocker. benefit or cure, in every your money back. way at knoxvillo, Tenn., snapped when (Advocate.) tho car was 200 feet abovo tho Tennessee Tip Bruce has changed Flying Jim's Perfection is attained in Dr. Sago's Remedy. It cures the worst cases. river, holding seven occupants in midNicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accu- name to Harry B. Only 50 cents; by druggist. air for over two hours, when they were When Baby waa sick, we gave her Costorl. John M. Van Meter has withdrawn ratcly Compounded. Give him a Call. finally lowered by ropes to a boat below. When aho was a Child, she cried Castoria. from the raco for county judge, at Toledo, Mm. Emilr Thorne, who reilde to Oliver Ledgerwood, a young lawyer, who When aha became Mlas, she clung to Castori. J. 0. Johnson bought of John Withinifton taya that she ha never been able re for rheumatl.m that was in tho car with his afllanced, sus- When she had Children, aho gvethem CoKtorla, mocuroanymedlcmo Baughman his crop of lambs at 5 cents Uinckly and effectually m Rwaih. pain that for the delivery May 20, and 1 cents for rhmber ain't Pain mini and groat ihe h$ alia tained injuries by the lashing of the o back with iuccei. Kor It from which he died. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. u.d by lor lame Hocker. delivery June 10. S. O. iile D' can-dldato Mccreary. LANCASTER, Stanford Female College.. Session Tuesday, January rcuit $1,-10- 0 w H.WEAREN&CO., Bogus" : Plow : Han-niba- l, Repairs FURNITURE : STORE. Rat-so- Household Furniture, &c. W. W. WITHERS. 7"JECk.1" a Latest Sock. - Lowest Prices. Kin-nai- rd Pollard-Breckln-rid- go Danks', the Jeweler, Brod-hea- d, Courier-- Journal. NEW STOCK, NEW STYLES. AH r ?' - half-ton- e lf cttjst .a.:r,:r,iv:e:d . DRUGGIST A JEWELER,. H. J. McROBERTS. con-tain- s CreB-cen- A Complete line of Drugs and Medicine &c. Prescrip tions a Specialty. Watches, Clocks, Gold, Silver and Plated Ware at lowest prices. Attention promptly given to repairs. r white-capper- s TO A IE?,. ZPZEZCTZsTSr.. mur-dero- rs - MeRoberts' Drug Store, Kki-kat- s blood-cleans- er, deuf-mute- "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, HeBli-build- Ca-tar- rh DRUGS, BOOKS, POINTS, fr W. B. McROBERTS, ,W ca-bi- t Jl M !- U- - & Be.dgH. gAy Over 100.000 porsons gathered at St. It is reported that a match factory, largest in tho world, is to bo con- Peter's, Rome, between 0.40 and 11 ed a petition asking Kobert Harding, tho Esq., to becoino a randidato for Congress structed in Chicago by n Pennsylvania o'clock to see tho Pope colobrato tho last mass of his jubllco year, Sunday, evidently did not know they were monk- firm. Stanford, Kr., February 20, 1894 eying Eld. G. W. Muckloy, corresponding Tho steamer Ohio, which plied boacwith a loaded boomerang. The put the McCreary men on their tweon Cincinnati and Memphis, was secretary of tho church uxtension board, tion afpreached at tho Christian church hero mettle and the result was that nearly ev- sunk nt Cottonwood, Mo., Saturday W. P. WALTON. Sunday and secured $300in subscriptions ternoon. ery democrat in the county, who had Bill Todd, in jail at Richmond under to lo paid in installments withiu llvo not signed the other paper, put his lint Record suspicion of having killed his brother, years. Are the words that express the result of slaughter sale last cck. Wc to the McCreary petition. Tho Ira J. Ohaaoof Indiana lins will continue it through this week. The cold wave forced us to re set up the names until it ran out of has beon trying to procuro poison with mooting!) in thr been holding a Buries of ES.IID-A.'X"- . "caps" and then added tho lino "to be which to kill himself. plenish some of our winter lines to accommodate our customers. Tho Coroner of Little Rock hold five Church of Christ nt McComh, O., nnd, which will be placed in continued in our next." Thero are GOO our winter clearance sale. It is not a question through his eloquenco and forcible disor SOG names printed and as there aro inquests. Two men had boon accidently Fixkham, Cleveland's nomination for courses, has added 51 numbers to that with us of getting the real value, it is an imperative case o! mora to follow wo forbear from making killed, two wero murdered and ono was Supreme Judge, was sent by the Senato church. an estimate of the number yet to come. killed by liquor Sunday. Tho News says tho Methodist mootto keep company with Ilornblower. The ChatTho ongineersol tho Nashville, If tho feeling in Garrard for McCreary vote stood 41 to 32 against confirmation, is tanooga and St. Louis railroad havo ing, at Elizabethtovvn, continues with nn indoxof tho other counties, and we 23 democrats, eight republicans and one Up to Wodnosday unabated interest. believe it is, there will bo no usn for any- agreed to accept tho 10 per cont. reducnight there had beon ovtr 30 con versions, populist voting for the confirmation to body else to shy his castor into the ring tion in wages mado on September 1 last and over 40 peoplo went up and gavo 15 democrats, 24 republicans uud two for it will be !IcCreary first, the rest no- until tho company's business justifies a populists againBt. It will thus be seen their hand to thu preachers expressing n old scale. resumption of tho where. that while Hill has more inlluenco with Mrs. Rueker, an aged woman, who desire to lead a better Ufa. TiiESenuto has pusstd the House bill lives near Stanton, Ala., was criminally Undo Joe Hopper has been assisting the republicans of the body in which he Is a member, Mr. Cleveland has a giving mrrried women additional prop assaulted by a negro. Sho resistod and Rev. Helm in tho meeting at tho Presby third more democrats, who Btood by erty righ'.s and the governor's signature screamed for holp when tho scoundrel terian church for a couple of days, but him, notwithstanding Hill's Bpecious will uinkiiit nlaw. All tho women have shot ber. Ho accomplished his designs had to the regret of every body to leave On all winter goods. Room must be made for spring goods that arc Wc have plea for the recognition of the Senatorial to do now I to get the property and th e and fled. Mrs. Rueker is in a dying con- having an ougigtmont for a mneting arriving daily, nnd money must be had to pay for them. prerogative. Both of the Kentucky Sen- law will make tnura frceza to it. Winchester Servicer Hro hold by therefore made at dition and n posse is after tho brute. ators voted for the confirmation, thus igAt Bandaua, Ballard county, Mies Mr. Helm twice a day at 3 i m. nnd 7. NEWSY N'JTES. noring the officious interference of the Ida Powell thought sho heard n burglar Thero having beon several additions. A great revival is in progrwa at the Kentucky Legislature. If Peckham is Russellville is tho latest Kentucky at tho. window and drawing a pistol from the mugwump he is charged with being, town to be lighted by electricity. pillow, fired; a cry and fall !)lh Street Baptist church, Cincinnati. beneath her To date 550 conversions ore reported, the action of the Senate is not to be re Mrs. Elizabeth Morrison of Jackson, followed. On investigation sho found gretted as much as the petty fight between Mich., was some 200 of whom havo joined thu Bap- Into the prices of all our goods and offer better bargains than ever beswindled out of $0,000 on tho that she had killed her younger sister, fore offered in Stanfoad. Don't miss this value giving sale, come and Hill and the president. The conclusion gold brick gamo. who had gone to the window for some tist church, the remainder going to othof the whole matter might be reached er denominations of their choice. ReAmbroso Geohegan broke Wm. purpose and an annoying enemy gotten out of sides this work thu church is feeding A passenger train on tho Southern Ross' skull in a fist fight near Louisville. the way if Mr. Cleveland will appoint Ross died in a fow minutes. Pacific railroad was wrecked near Ros- - and caring for about 200 destiiutu fainilics. Senator Hill to the bench. Ho might At Leipsic, O., Lum Morgan eliot soe, California, by a band of robbore, pass the Senate since there can bo no FARM ANDJRADE ITEMS. and killed Peter Lease because he failed cupposed to have been under tho leaderdoubt of his democracy, for hath he not Whether you purchase or not. If you want samples, that is if you ship of Chris Evans, tho escaped con to pay him on the day promised. For Salk. An extra flno milk cow arc not where you can shop in person, write us. All requests cheerhimself eaid "I am a democrat?" Two men wero killed and Malinda Coleman, coloroJ, aged 10S nnd calf. B. W. Gaines, Stanford. fully complied with. Wc are receiving a big line of There is a real row and rumpus be- and said to bo the oldest woman in Ken- two fatally wounded. Tho robbers got John Hill bought of Pulaski and about 51,000. tween the editors of the Lexington pa- tucky, died in Louisville Friday. Wayne parties a bunch of fcederu at 2 Lawrenceburg has at last got a town Tho safe in Jim Wilkins' gambling pers, with the Press on one side and tho to 21c. Trnnecript and Leader on the other. The house at Pensacola, Fla., was blown open clerk. It was stared yesterday and its Tho John A. Gano farm of 200 acres workB woigh 1,000 pounds and is run by editor of iho Press is also mayor and the by'burglars and releived of So.OOO. in Bourbon, was Bold to J. W. Furgus' n Lish Hendricks, of Pinevillo, has 1,421 pound weights. The dials aro G two other papers iterated and reiterated at $73,05. that he has been guilty of misfeasance become a raving maniac since tho wit- feet in diameter and weigh 500 pounds J. W. Adams bought of J. K. Smith each. Hours and halves will bo struck and bribery. At last accounts Mayor nessing the hanging of Bob Marler. his home place of 45 ucus near Turners And have also connected ourselves bell by a hummer with Rcinach, Ullman & Co.'s Bill Mye, tho humorist, was sudden- on tho Duncan and his son Henry were on the villo nt 535. Merchant Tailoring establishment, and in consequence are ready to war path with guns on their shoulders ly seized with heart disease at Niagara that weighs 35 pounds. John Spoor.amnro sold to John suit the most fastidious. Give Thero were 45 deaths from yellow us a call. and gore in their eyes looking for Editors Falls, and is now in a critical condition. Johnson, of Boyle, a bunch of fat hoifurs Win. Leonard, who was hanged at fevor at Rio do Janeiro Friday. The and steers at $13. Sam Roberts, Sam Boyle and Sam Bax ter, who were still in their holes at last Frederick, Md., claimed that ho left four United States warships Now York and Cornett A Jones bought of Thos. accounts. We hopes the conflict will be wives and 17 children to mourn his loss. Charleston left tho harbor for tho pur Frazure, 25 1,100 pound cattle at $37,50 Forty-simen were killed and a pose of preventing their crews from coniio more bloody than the average French Somerset Paragon. large number injured by tho bursting of tracting tho dread disease. They will duel. Directum, 2:051, Direct, 2:05, a steam pipe on tho Germau warship remain outside, however, withiu easy TSTS? 2:11 and Gossipor, 11:14? will be Down at a baptizing in Clinton, two Brandenberg. communication of the city. in tho stud at Pluasauton, California, this s Bisters who couldn't wait Extensive tracts of mineral land in All the houses at Mingo Mine No. 2, year. for a thaw, had the ice cut to be baptizA. URNANSKY & CO., Proprietor near Middlesboro, were burned Thnrs-da- y Breathitt, Floyd and Mngolliu counties, A writer to n turf papor says that ed. The preachor marched them out T. D. RANEY, Manager. night. It is thought thoy wore fired Ky., have been leased by Richardson, leaving shoes on over 30 or 35 days cauH-eand got into the hole. When tho cold Blakely & Bo., a Pennsylvania syndicate, by striking miners. corns and contractions which generwater began to strike into the tender ond the Domain Oil Company, of New Richard P. Dana, ono of the best ally end in lameness. of tho women they commenced to limbs known men in New York City, died at York, who will develop tho oil fields Nancy Hanks, 2:01, Trinket. 2:14, yell and excited men rushed to the that city Saturday. Ho had been around there. A prospecting party reports that Nelly McGregor. 2:1 1, Starlight, 2:10, seine. The ice broke and the amuBing the world 15 times. oil in paying quantities has been found. f Montrose, 2:18 and Houri, 2:17 aro to bo spectacle of several floundoring around (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn,) The J. I. Case Threshing-machinTho Orion knitting mills at Kingsbred to Arion. in tho water was presented. It is alto Works and the Mitchell k Lewis Wagon secReports from tho gather as one feels about such things ton, N. C, aro running on full time, em- Works, two of tho biggest establishploying 101 operatives, and a ready sale tion of Southern Illinois are to the oflVct but wo can't think tho good Lord, judgments at Racine, Wis., resumed opera is found for the product. ing from the consequences, approves tions Sunday. They have been shut that the peach crop has boon ruined by The body of a white infant was the severe weather of thu past two weeks of such acta vory much. found floating in a pond near Richmond. down since last July, and will start in Four associations in Franco gavo a expecting to add fully as Saddles, Harness, I lay and Seeds, will occupy this spaccV'this year Gk.v. P. Wat Hardin has announced ItB throat had been cut. Tho authori- with 950 men, total in purses tho past season of $00,. many more as soon as business justiif you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. his candidacy for governor on the Simon ties will hold an inquest. 500. This allows conclusively how fast n and Tho National Convention of the fies it. pure, Jeffersonlan platform on which ho In tho U. S. court nt Nashville tho taste for tho sport is growing in that has always stood. He is a capital man League of American wheelmen is in Chesapeake Ohio and country, for whom we havo always had n great sesionat Louisville. The delegates pres- receivors of the Powers it Dye, lumbortnen at Southwestern Railway Company, wero fondness. Should the shorter warriors ent represent 40,000 members. Minn., have just closed u contract Before you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than $103,-00- 0 the cheapest. Albert Rosenbaum, estimated to bs ordored to cancel tho judgmont for stay out of tho way, there will bo n batfor 300,000,000 feet of lumber. It is to confessed by tho Ohio Valley, and W L. WITHERS, Salesman. tle royal botweon Wat Hardin and Cass worth $30,000.0000 and tho wealthiest inextend over a period of 15 years and GO per ius Clay that would put oach brave up Hsbrew in America, died in Now York wore also ordered toaurrender thu cent, of tbo stock held by them to tho volves about $1,500,000. on his metal, with a d n bo ho who City of asthma and heart trouble At the Russellville, Ky., salo of jnuks The Knoxville, Tenn, College, ono Western Contract Company. This takes 42 sold nt $1 10 to $1,700. Tho latter pritu first cries, hold, enough. of the most noted educational institu the control of tho Ohio Valley entirely was for a black jack, 3 years old, 15 Gov. Brown is guilty of the reprehentions for colored peoplo in tho United from tho C. O. k S. W. hands high. Silver King by Silver sible act of pardoning n refugeo from States, suffered a 45,000 loss by fire. OF Crown, eamo ago and hight, brought THE CENERAt ASSEMBLY. justice. J. T. Woolens, clerk of Barron, St. Louis has provided work for her $1,000 forged county claims and fled when do. deserving unemployed by starting An act to abolish the office of ComM. S, Bauchman sold at Danville the tected. He has sinco been in hiding but construction of un artificial lake in For- missioner of Agriculture has been intro- yesterday to Pendleton, of Norfolk, Va. the pardon has brought him home. The est Park. Over 800 men will bo employ- duced. the mare, Nancy Carr, be purchased of governor might have curbed his impa- - ed. Tho bill to allow circuit court clerks Andenon Carr, on Saturday for $100, tionca to pardon, at least till tho criminal The Paragon says that tho Beaver $5 feos in certain felony cases was passed making a cool hundred. Ho also sold put himself in position to ask executive Creek coal mines in Pulaski aro prepar- by a vote of 5G to IS. to tho same party a bay gelding for $250 clemency. Bill was killed and a sorrol ono for $ 200. ing to open up and givo employment to The 500 men. Thoy have been closed sinco in tho House, tho second rending being U. S. JurxiB Dundy issued nn order Barkloy it Holloway, who last fall refused by a vote of 23 to 48. virtually restraining tho employes of tho 1SS9. purchased of farmers, 400 Tho Senate Commtttoo has agreed to bushels of clover eeod, at from 1 to $5 Is the only one Postmaster Brazier, of Brazier, O , Ukion Pacific from striking and then authorized to sell Oliver Chilled Plow Repairs in made another order granting tho five re- committed suicide by cutting his throat fix tho whisky tax at $1.20, but it has not per bushel, disposed of thu seed on the Stanford. ceivers of the road an annual salary of from ear to ear. No reason is assigned changed tho bonded period yet. 9th, inst., to J. Charles McCullough, rf Tho bill amending tho constitution Cincinnati, at $5.50, or in round num$18,000 each. This is ouough to make save that ho had recently had an attack so as to permit tho woricing of convicts bers, $2,200 for tho 400 bushels.-Ni- cl'; of grip. labor dissatisfied. The poor devils who Tho Germantown, the Lexington, upon public roads of the State was re- olasvillo Journal. get a dollar a day have no rights that the courts and its SG0 n day receivers must the Mt. Storling and tho Mt. Comal turn- ported adversely and killed. M. S.Baughman has bought of AnTho Houbo by a unanimous voto derson Oarr his pikes havo nil been indicted by tho Marespect. maro, Nancy Dealers in- passed a bill to punish blind tigors at Carr, 2:25, by Kentucky Wilkes for son county-granjury for charging Congressman Goodnight says that ?20 to $100 for each ofleiiBe. The party about $300. tolls. Mr BaugHman will drho Carlisle is all wrong about those bonds Gen. Jobal A. Early, the ranking of- upon whoo premises tho blind tigor her on tbo road for a while uud then That ought to Bottle it, for what tho mem ficer of tho surviving Confederate Genis to bo held responsible. put hur in tho hands of Al. Hatchings, ber from tho 3d Kentucky district does erals, got a fall in Lynchburg Mr. Gross introduced a bill with re- of Danville, for training. Sho is a vory that is not know about the finances is not worth likely to result in his death, aa ho is now gard to county advertising, which re- fast maro nnd as her record was made recording. Carlisle should now to say in his 81st year. quires it to bo dono in tho papor having ou a half mile track to a high wheoled 'Good-night- " and good-by- o to public Three circus lions escapod from tho tbo largest circulation in tho county sulkey, hor record is little or no indicalife after acknowledging that he is a fail winter quarters of SellB & Renfrew's where such advertising is to bo dono. tion of what she can be mado to do. ure. Tho circuit clerks no doubt desorvo show atTopeka, Kansas, and during tho A Housohold Treasure The republicons in this district havo time they wero at largo greatly terroriz tho compensation which tho Legislature decided to hold a Congressional Conven- ed tho commuuity. has given thom for their services in crim- heD. W. Fuller, ol Canajoharlo, N. Y., fays Inthat alwayi kceys Dr. King's New Diicovtiry the be without it, If would houtc ami tion at Nicholasville June 7th, to nomiWin. Artmann, on trial at Cannel- - inal cases, but it wonld be hotter for tho procurable. hu familyUykrmanDotDruggist, Call and Examine their Stock. A Catalan, l, nate a candidate. It will be a useless ton, Intl., admits that ho killed his wife Legislature to bestow its attention upon N. V , saa that Dr. Kind's New Discovery it Cougu remedy; that he hit performance, but tho rads must rnako a and son by stamping them to death, but tho problem of reducing rathor than in- undrmbtedly the bent for eight -- sJ uel it In his Umily jnjj. and It has feint of doing something, and this is thinks he ought to bo lot ou" easy creasing tho costs of criminal prosecu- neve Tilled to do all that is claimed for It. Why not try a nn.cdyto long tried and toted. Trial about as harmless a business as they can tions. Courier-Journahe io sorry ho did it. Jnttle Ire at A. K. I'cnny's Drue Store. Re.ru. lit die 50c. and 1,00. engage in. The brick mill of tho Griswold LinCHURCH AFFAIRS. Dealer in Oliver Chilled and Eucher & Gibbs' Imperial Spoclmon Crises. The West Virguuu Legislature has at seed Oil Co., at Warren, 0 tho second S. II Clifford, New Cassel, Wit , wat troubled There nro in this country 275 women with Neuralgia aud Kheumatiim; his stomach last agreed to pay a third o! tho debt of largest plant of tho kind in tho country, watalfccted was disordered, his Old Virgina created prior to the republi- was destroyed by firo Sunday. Tho loss preachers. Over ugrinstthla 2,509 prac- mg degree, appetite liver away and Me to terrilily was tell is in tho noiiihborhood of 8300.000. reduced in Itesh aud streugth. Three bottles 01 tise medicine. can rapo which made her a Baparato Hitters cured him. Klcctnc Tho National House of Ropreaontn-tive- s The Epworth Herald, organ of tho Kdward Shepherd, Ilarnsburt;. Illin State. This is hardly her proportion, Double Shovel Plows, Plow Harness and of eiirfit proposes to adopt a new rule to League, has reached nearly running sore on hit leg of Klcctnc years' stand Epworth but it is hoped that it will be accepted ing Used three bottles Hitters and a quorum. The rulo provides that 100,000 subscribers, and it is hardly four seten boxes of HucMen's Arnica Salve and his and tho everlasting question finally le is sound and well' John Speaker, Catawba, members who aro not present and vot- yoars old. O., had Cve large fever sores on his lei;; doctors said he was incurable. One bottle of Klectnc ing Bhall lose thoir pay for that day. Rev. Fred D. Halo, tho well known ri c Hitters and one box Ilucklen's Arnica Salve Maiiy "Yklmn" Lkabb, tho Kansas One thousand citizens mot at tho Baptist minister, is ingaged in a revival cured him entirely. Sold by A K (Penny, drugExotic, says she is a Mason and intonds Opera Uouso in Middlesboro Saturdar at Owensboro. There had beon 31 ad- gist I am the only authorized Agent in the East End of the county for to institute lodges among women. Wo to ask tho reappointment of Alox O. W.O. Hardman, sheriff of Tyler Co., W. "I3cwarc of the bogus repairs that arc accounts. Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. A.. ditions at last Va , appreciates a good thing and does not hesirather doubt Mary's first statement, but Arthur as manager of tho Town Co' Elder W. E. EIIi'b will hold meetings tate tossy so. lie was almost prcttrulcU with a offered by different parties. Chamberlain's all tho same if it bo true, wc should have Great enthusiasm prevailed and evory each night this week for tho purposo of cold when ho procured a bottle olgave me prompt Couch Itemody. Ho says; "It enjoyed seeing her initiated, if sho is the mention of Mr. Arthur's namo waa load- - stirring tho members up to a greater feol- - relief I find it to be an Invaluable remedv for coughs and colds.' lor sale by Er. S, O. llock-e- r, right kind of a looking woman. ly applauded. j ing of christian obligation. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Thr 22 Garrard county men who sign- 1 A Grand Success V c 6 EVERY 0B8 PAGES. Et-Go- SELLING REGARDLESS OF GOST. One Common Cut t- - - Inspect Our Good Goods Spring Clothing, H . vict-band- I I Heady Made court-hous- o x LOUBSVILLE : STORE STAETFOBOD, over-zealou- s Bi K. WEAREN, e fruit-growin- g Dealer in Carriages, Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, Du-lut- h, Get His Prices -- Bogus Oliver Chilled Plow Repairs Anti-Pool-Roo- m J. K. VANARSDALE, f FARRIS & HARDIN, -- ld d ox-'a- ts Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Queensware, Glassware, Harness, &c. PJowrs, Wagons.Harrows -- be-caii- l. - m W9 12. FEBKIN nt-eu- ro sot-tie- d. FIELD SEEDS. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. ' inVim iuffri iiMii uteifln MmUiluy0 -- w ry?ii Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Dankh, tho up to (Into Joweler. . m tl Gen. Frank Wolford whs called on last week to mourn the death of his B. II. Danks has just receivod a now daughter, Miss Alary, Stanford, Kt., Feihujauy 20, 1891 estimable ON MAIN Ouvrr chilled plow points, thrco for lot of tho beautiful Logan's Fort Souve young woman, who died ofan eouauiiiptioii $1, at W. H. Wenron A Co.V nir Spoons, moro artistic than tho othors, Judgo William It Thomson, one of E. C. Walton, Business Manager tho lending citizens of Bullitt county, You can save money by examining myjnew stock of goods and pay-Hay ron Salk. Ton toiiH of No. 1 if possible. Timothy hay at $10 per ton at Farris & ing Cash for Call and boo our new goods wo are died at Shepherdsville Sunday, aged 8C Hardin'H. MEAHS BUSINESS. receiving daily. New glnghnmB nnd cal- years. Ho wns a member of tho ConB. stitutional Convention of 1840-5a Buy your Hchool books nml school Coffub cups in imported chinas and icoes. All braods 5 cents per yard. HianiNH. Tho news of thu death of F. Jones & Son. of all kinds at A. 11. 1'onnv'fl. tho most beautiful plates you over saw . Mr. Willinm M. Higgins, which came Tinware, &c. You nic invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair Watch ka, clockfl ami jowolry repaired at Danks thu Jeweler's. A numiikii of Chicago conl dealora Sunday, was tho scource of great sur with you and will appreciate your patronage. and warranted. Knunwinc a specialty, My gpods are all First are on routo to Whitley to inspoct the prise and sorrow, Ho had only been at A, K. I'enny'fl. d The youth ho killed Oyster Bill Class Staple goods and will be sold at a coal fields, nt tho invitntion of tho local sick for a fuw days, but his diseaso was TiiulnreHtBtock of DruK. Mndiclncs, was acquitted so ensily and quickly Perfumery, I'alnta and Wall 1'npor at that many thought ho ought to have capitalists and owners. inflammation of the bowels and hemorngo 3TOU A. K. Penny's. Proscriptions a specialbeen given a cbromo. llAVKyou Been our now Bnttoens, ging- and rbpidly destroyed his vital forceB ty. Call and sec me, look through my stock and you will agreec that you ... hams, white goods, embroideries, &c, Thu end camu nt I a. m on tho 18th ami S. P. and D. B. Staog cold tho 21 sharyesterday after n service nt Wnl nut Flat can save money by trading with me. PERSONAL POINTS. or our beautiful now clothing for men es of stock in tho First National, Bank of at o'clock by Itev. A. V. Slwmore, a Ouu foroman, Mr. Jou F. Watom, is Stanford, recently advertised in this pa and boys? Hughes fc Tate. largo procession of friends followed tho quite ill. per to S. II. Bnughmnn at about 5103. Wk have just received ono moro lot remains to thoir Inst resting place in BufMiw. B. W. Gaines is vlalting in Taythoso fine sample shoes, worth ?!J50 per Hlggins was born in Gait. B. N. Kollkk tells us that a pair, to bo sold at tho saino price, SI. US. falo cemetery. Mr. lS'-'lorsvillu. this county Dec 'i, and wns there Pttllmoji Bullet Chair Car hns been put Mr. II. C. Thompson, of London, was This is positively your Inst chanco for foro a little over 7.'J years of ago. II on the day trains over thu K. 0. from hero Saturday. such bargains. B. F. Jones & Son. " joined thu Baptist church when quite . Joki. Akamh, of Crab Orchard, has Cincinnati via Livingston to Harrogate. young and in all tho long yeais of his .. Coleman Watuks, who hns been run- life, ml a punoion. boon n runt Gov. McChemiy lias 1ihI Scott B. lived n conscientious christian, ning a tin shop in Dr. Hocker'a storeMips Mittik Uii.ton hns returned appointed postmaster at Shelby which is equivalent to saying that he room on Depot Street, has quit nnd movfrom Morristown, Toun. City and J. II. Webb at Mitchellsbnrg was an upright, aud excellent citizen in John W. Oaih, of New Albany, Ind., G. A. C. May has been appointed at ed to his homu nt Danville. Ho did not every way, honored by his neighbors find tho business a financial succees and is visiting his old friends here. Dnbney, Pulaski county. and loved by his friends. Of tho family his wife's homesickness were his reasons tho Mts. Bolu.iu, houiu'keopor at theronre still n full brother and pister. Myers House, hns been vory nick. It will stand you in hand to etriko for for leaving. Mrs. W. F. Goggin, of Somerset. nndS. S. Mas. Hai.lik Siui'MA.v, of Hustonville, Walton's Opera House and hear tho Mil J. 0. Floiiencb will throw open Higgins, of Oregon, nnd a half brother, grent Southern oratdr, H. W. J. Ham, thu doors of his now store this morning, Mr. Tim W. Higgins, of is tho jruest of Mrs. P. W. Green. Louisville. Mr. Mips Oka Wood, of Danville, Is visit- lecture on tho "Snoligoster in Politics." where will bo displayed a nice lino of Higgins wns twice married, his first wife It is said to bo full of wit and humor, dry goods, groceries, hardware, tinwnre, being a sister of tho last, and were Missing relatives in thu May wood section. Mips I.izzii: Diiyk and J. 11. Cook, of besides being very instructive. ifcc He is going to Hell for cash and at is Catherine nnd Elizabeth Mcitohorts. Hustonville, visited relatives hero SunTiik winds blew and tho rains descend bucIi prices as will insure him a largo Two children was tho result of tho first 1 day. In auother column ho invites union nnd three of tho lattor, tho sured Saturday both day and night, but trade. Miih. II. N. ItoLLEn and MIhh Mayme you to eo mo and neo him. vivors being Messrs. John A. and W. II. Sunday was "as lovely a May day as over Cardln have returned from a visit to New Higgins nnd Mrs. George I). Hopper, all . went visiting in winter time." It was Ir .Ui "republican, who enjoys tho Haven. fair nnd warm again yesterday, and fair paper and wants it changed to Brod excellent citizens who honor thoir wor Mit. If. J. McKoiiEim is bnck from a and colder is predicted for head," near which place ho has moved, my parentage, ine sympathy ot many visit to his sUter, Mr. J. H. Mount at U loving friends is with them in their sudwilt send us another letter nnd sign it G range. sad Tin: Courier Journal is wrong. There is . b'sides giving thu name oi his former den and do berenvemant, and more esK. T. and A. J. Fish, of ML no jealousy between Stanford and Danpecially they grievo with the widow Vernon, and 13. W. Arnold, of linens-tor- , ville, nt least so far as this end of thu olllco we will attend to his command. upon whom the low more severely falls. So many republicans need tho Intkiuoii are here. lino is concerned. It is only a feeling May alio find thu God of consolation Mr. John Dickinson has been granted of commisseration on our part for a Journal with pteaauro and profit that promised by Him Who is too wise to err, wo can not locate you without your full nu iuureasu of pension for his norvieo in water badly lighted and blind tiger name. too good to be unkind. An alloctionate, tho Mexioan war. ridden village. loving family has been broken up on Killed. Another brakeman has gone earth, to be reunited, let us pray, in a Mm. A ibi.ia Wooi, of Hustonville, John Sam Owsley, Jil, was up from ho wny so ninny of tho poor fellows go. land that is fairer than day. attended tho funeral of her Unolo Will Harrodsburg Sunday. He tells us Jrseo Fox was run ovor and killed at Hlpgins yesterday. Mil I'm ton Paiiiiott and bride, of that he sent onu murderer to tho pen Rowland Saturday. Ho was ahrnkeman NEW ADVEUTTSEMKNTS. Islington, spent Sunday with his sister, itentiary for live years, Inst weok, nnd on Capt. Anderson's train, J. It. ongineor, and was on bis knees on that five white cuppers bad been lodged Mrs. Peter Hampton. Mil. W. it. ltKYJ.0Lis and Mis Cleo in jail on indictments for killing a negro. platform of tho caboose to pull out tho Slugleton were married at 'Squire 13. B, They were to have a trial for ball yester- coupling pin, when ho was jerkod off by day. OiibUell, Jr.'s, Sunday. tho slack of tho train and thrown under .. Came to ray premise on the 19th of February Mns. M. S. Pkttub, wfio has been vis13d ward Baxter thu whcola. Tho caboose alono passed s black Sow and Kivc l'ltfi Owner can set them Tub lecturo recital of 11. Miller returnnotice iting .Mr. and Mrs. W. Perry was not largoly attended and tho over him but that cut his head in two by describing propi'tty and pajlD for this AIT, J). I). HI and her keep. ed to Parkland yesterday. Rwcll, Ky. manager of tho Opera Houeo lost money and Boverod a leg. Mr. Fox was from Oviu 0. SiMoiiK, a brother of tho as ho usually docs when ho guarantees Nolsonvillo aud wns about 35 years of preacher, has located hero to go into tho such attractions, bat ths musicians pres- ago. Ho was a clover follow and was I have about completed my stock of goods which is composed of wall paper hanging bininuea. ent said it was a royal treat. It is won- pirticularly happy nt thu timo of his Mil J.T. OAiutos camo up yesterday derful how a blind man could have learn- death over tho thought of his early mar- Queens-warewith his hister, Mrs. S. P. Stagg, who Iibh ed so much and how he can perform on riago to tho girl ho loved, which was to At adralntitrator of the ettate of John G. Kam soy, cicc'd, I will offer for sale to the highest bidhavo occurred in a few days. Tho 1hii visiting him at Aucborage. thu piano bo artistically. der on PoonOi.1) Alki Conn, thu wolbkuoun wero shipped to his homo in Nol Somk startling dispatches are being sonvillo for interment. TUESDAY, FEB. 1894, Plows, Salt, Lime, Cement, &c, all bought at the lowest CASH portrait painter, is spending his last days to thu Cincinnati Enquirer from sent At his lute residence on whltly Ave in Stan- - PRICE, and having no old stock to carry, I am able to give prices in thu Madison county poor house. has been established lord, Ky , tho following nersoailt tO'WIt, A hew W. Hiooins, of Louisville, Vnlley View, Madiion county, nnd it is Mil Tim One combined celdlnc, one iruou broed m.irc in that will be foat by Underrfood'i fine jack, one good, heavy and John A. McKoborts, of Corbin.camo evident that some monumental liar has at A. 0. Martin 'sstoro at Logan's creek spring wagon, .Vc. with him as postmaster, which household and itmc gwr, plows, all ot Alio the which is Vitchen furniture, to attend tho funeral of Mr. W. M. Hig- - located there. Can it bo potaiblo that chnrch good the Barbourrillo man, who has boon has been named Saufley, in honor of our in Sale tocondition. at 10 o'clock, A M. gios. menco coir Appreciating the favors shown me heretofore TKRMS.-A- H sums under Sio, cah; oter that To Investivate. Huv. A.J. Pikk, tho Brodhoad preachworking that town for nil it is worth, has circuit judge. interett credit petition for this post ollico was amount on anotta willofbe90 days without purchas- again ask a share of your patronage. Tho Respectfully, er jMvtmater, was horo yesterday ro left tho "Queen City of tho Mountains" Negotiable reouned of the W r. McCI.AUV, Admr. nt nnd gouo to tho little station of Valley written by Mr. A. A Warren, in whoso ers. tnrning from his appointments soul tho divina ailhtUB seem to bo very Kirksville and Buckeye. View? . Bknnie Wearen, Clerk. fast aaleop. F. J. Anthony has boon on avis, Mita. : Tim primary raco is now inado up Ouu Dbar Mil BiassLL, tho Gencml yt to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Parson. F r Postmaster, we're going to ask you to do with tho following paid entries, AT 0TT3NHEIM. Mr. Anthony is in California and on his judge, W. 13. Vnrnon and James Wnlkor us a favor. Wo want a down return they will locate in Chicago. for nttornoy, Jos. B. Pnxton; for hero in Kentucky, wo'vo asked for it Heginning on ilm 1st Mondny In March, Mips Mahy Kay has just rotnrnod lit vims; v thereafter, a ea h lir.i clerk, G. B. Cooper; for fhoriff, T. D. once uut wero raiuor uniucky, wo 1894, and mi be be LI MOtlenheim for thoMock where sho found an sale from C Market will Hogs. Persons havNowland, S. M. Owens and J. A. Givons; want it established at Mat. Martin's ol Hones, Cuttle, SHp and aunt she bad not known undo invit-oor tho.e stock to for aeseesor, John M. Johnson, K. D. Well, it's not far from Mnywood but a ing to attend.sellThere will ishlng to buy aro any- d te no charge to and with whom sho wno groatly W.M LAXniJHAKK. body. Kennedy, M. F. P.lkin nnd John Bright; good ways from Thero aro hunOttcnhcim, Ky. The Drug-Stor- e ico Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your family will re- for jailer, T. J. Hatcher, Peter Hampton, dreds of people who don't got tho nows, Mil TiiomiH B.uiEsand Biiloy, G. W. DoBord, Dink Far- for the roads aro so bad thoy wear out move to Lexington, much to tho regret of John mer nnd J. B. Msrahon. Three aro the their shoes. In going nnd coming from their frionds. Mr. Haines will go into only names that will bo on tho ballots. May wood, tho station, which to our folks TVVKNTV-ONpounds of Granulated Sugar tho brick business there with W. F. Hero's to 'urn all and may tho devil take ovor hero has an unfortunate location. Si; Arbuckle'a Coffee sc pound; x packages Soda ltamsoy it Co. Uacon 9c pound; Candy 7'c pound; School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, fur a dime, In Bummor tho roads aro dusty and raiu Pepper tic p.r pound. Hoots, Miocs, Mm. H. 0. Buaim.y is confined to her tho hindmost. Liquors for Medical Purposes. Dry Furniture, in fact nca ly everyrough, in winter they're slippory and thingGoods andthan nny one eUo In the county. which bIio concheaper bed with scarlet fever Tub dockot of tho Circuit Court, which CD. POWKLL, tracted while nursing her little Bon who begins hero nuxt Monday, contains ac- and muddy onough. So our Fpokesmau Logan Aenue, btanford, Ky. t Mr. J. B. McOrenry, will tell lus just recovered from the disaftH. cording to Olork James P. Bailoy, 200 and friend, for ho'B never contrnry. you about it Harrodsburg Sayings. Common-wealt- h Call and see us. ciacs, divided as follows: You can wagor your dollars and wagor Mil W. W. Pknn, for a long timo travQ old ordinary 00, old Equity 102, ,cX o always stand by his eling passenger agent for tho L. k N., 33, equity appearances ECOOK33K, ordinary ap- your cents, ho'll o D. resigned to accept a Blmilar position pearances 33, This shows 59 now civil constituents. Whatever ho tells you is has v with tho Air Lino. HoiB a hustlor and cues this term, tho largest for a number hound to ho facts, ho has never beon known to cross his own tracks. Wo want and an invaluable man for any rond. WE HAVE of courts, thero boing but 33 nt tho last P It! A, C. Martin to bo tho postmaster, his Owblky's repuMisa F.LI.KN GitANOKii October term and 38 at .'the Jnno term tation for beauty is becoming national. There is only ono murder casa on tho appointment wo'd tako as a very great o Tho Atlanta Constitution rocontly prin- docket, but Jim Banks for tho killing of favor. He's had much exporionco in a. s, and wo know that a picturo of her, and besideB many Jim Middloton and A.O. Dunn' for kill that lino of ted p prove a success. Now, 3 otbor handsomo things, said: Miss ing James Brown aro subject to indict his labors would a. Owsloy iB very young. Her beauty is of ment. Thero is only ono now applicant dear Mr. Bissell, pleaso don't Bay us nay, p Grecian cameo chiooling, (or divorce and tho parties to that aro and wo'll bless you by night nnd bless tho clear-cut- , Our invoice and are ready for our second year's business. Thankful nor gray-blyou by day. And when your time cornea n pronounced and raro. colored. to our friends for favors of the past year, we intend it possible to be to cross tho dark river, we'll pray for if eyes aivo to her features a world of ex n more deserving for the next. If close attention to business, polite A BullktEnub Him. William Alford, your soul at the hands of tho Giver. o o pression from out their dark fringes. Many DaviocnATS. better known as "Oyster Bill," is dead, treatment and low prices will secure your patronage we know we will Bespoctfully, Her hair Ib deepening tho golden atreaks and like mon of bis class ought to die, have it. Our stock is better than ever because we have learned the d of childhood into richest chestnut tints, MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 3 wants ol the people. bring yat more finished with his hoota on. Ho was shot in tho O and years will c abdomen by his Btepson, Andy Kauf p Tho marriage of first cousins is for- lnvolincsa. M man, in a saloon in Louisville, Thursday, bidden in 14 States and Territories. o 3 so anil uiou in mow intnutos nun curses CITY AND VICINITY. Aristotlusaid that thu proper ago for rf n on his l!ps.At tho'timo of tho shooting marriage was 37 for a man and IS for a n nKiNz's minco meat and applo butter P Aiioru was trying 10 kiu me uoy wiui a woman. In ever' department will for the next 30 days be sold at prices you atMcKinnoy A Hocker'fl. interfering when ho was abusrazor for O can afford to pay and carry over. Come and look at our overccats, Tho greater portion of divorces tako cloaks, boots, shoes, heavy underwear and all winter stuff must go to I am now receiving a full lino of spring ing ids mother.. Alford, who had boon placo between the lith nnd tenth year of suitings. Call and ecu them. U. 0. Itu- guilty ot many crimes, rinu out a yoar or married lifo. make room for spring goods that are even now coming in on us. Our B so ago completed a six year term for a Mr. John Crutcher, of Nicholasvillo, Embroideries, White Goods, Laces, &c, are now complete and many I'1"?' O cowardly murdor for which he would and Miss Bessie Nowman, of Louisvillo, Goons. Admirers of tho truly arArt have boon hung had not ho escaped at marry on tho 27th. tistic will do well to visit DaukB, tho tho timo nnd was not captured till moat will Dr. J. D. Soarles, of Huntington, Jewolcr. of the witnesses wero dead. Six months Ind., met Mrs. Martha Bartloy a pretty W. Withbus' now furniture ago ho married Mrs. Kaufman, a widow widow and thoy wero married a short Wallack Are arriving. Our Men's and Boys' Spring Clothing is arriving every very hand- - with somo money, nnd since then ho whilo afterward. They lived happily atock is now complete and we arc in condition to supply every want. We have the has done nothing, but drink whisky and when Mre.Searlea wont to Chicago II. II. Dronaugh, Adtn'rof D. G. Slaughter, de- week and It. Bomo. Call and Beo representatcd stock of Carpets ever displayed in the city and largest ceased. Pltf., vs. U. G. Slaughter's Mrs. and and abuso her and her children. Oys- to visit rolativos tho parting was a most Creditor,D.ft. Notice to Creditors. l Carpets at 65c. and a will from this day offer the very best Titnsit indebted to me will groatly ter Bill was a eon of Jako Alford, nnd affectionate one. Tho Dr. was surprised lly virtue cf an order ol reference In this case, settling at onco. I need tho was raised inthis county whern he wns at tho receipt of a letter, a fow days later, the underlined t'om'r will hear proot of and beautiful Urussells carpet for 50c, all cut to fit your room il you bring nhliun bv make report of claims against the estato of D. G. Courts. Come and see us before you spend your money alwnyB known as a bad boy. Uia father however, containing tho following: "I blaughtei, deed., and the crcultors are notified us diagram of room. inoney. Mrs. PokioT. the ' and Louisville a number of years must havo boon crazy whan I married to produceproperlyfile their cairns beforezoth day of in any department. -- i verified, bclore the j fino imported moved to Crr glass tumblers and cobalt, teplitz ago nnd since thenBill's enroor has beou you. Of conrea I do not expect to re- February, ,1,,. Dresden, turn and 1 hopo I will never lay oyoa on RiC WARREN, , ejdnn vnseByn Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. you again." 9 tho Joweler. ' jono of drunkennesa and crime, nd other ware Danka m m Fooit "Botrus" Oliver plow points I nt J. K. VanArmlnlo's. f Tub Metropolitan Orchestra will givo at Wnl ton's Opera Houso Thursfor day night, a hop 2l DEATimiOINCS. m: W CASH STORE. EAST STREET 0. Blip-plic- Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, ii Al-for- SMALL PROFIT CASH. 11 1 J. O. FLORENCE. - O -- Mc-Ferr- i Guess what these Figures Mean. Who this Space Belongs to. 4 3 46 46 50 50 50 50 to-da- Mjj-srs- 50 50 -- 5 5 5 5 m m Orn-dor- f, Something you seldom see. This will be filled out next issue. ESTRAY NOTICE. ici-4- 1 NEW STOCK PUBLIC SALE. 20, ina Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Iron Wagon Material, , poet-ofli- co TO TOICJM INTHMKSST. W. H. HIGGINS. TOOK MABSET 1 post-oflic- o Grant-count- DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. ( bo-for- e, d. I3w-e- ll. Look at These Prices. Drugs, School Supplies, SB. S. a. The Druggist. bt 07-- w The Best Goods For The Least Money- -- i O busi-nes- O COM PLETED Our Winter Goods uo CO a c SB Q a o o t) i Sprang : Dress : Goods, all-woo- Lincoln Circuit Court. i HUGHES & TATE. - ' tatL frflfrai;.j uj- -- - 4,S- A-J J3t f-f- ,iijf?fli nCCML. Published Evory Tueaday ond Friday OUR SEASON'S STYLES. im Drt-mr- n pp.,, H . SemSe ekly Interior Journai A BKEATH OF SPEING-2 PEZR YiCA.1t rrVTV.VyC.IO M-When FASHION EDITOR PEEPS AT NEXT AT not $o paid 32.60 will be charged." Vrlucf Worn K.C. fat 3:10 LOCAL TIME CARD. -- l rolonrsltes Aro to lto IlonncU nnd IIU Will Conin Dmm Over tlio Kara runny Little I'nii-Cil- o UnU Nor Tnlirlcn unit Colors. Train leaves Rowland at 7:0a a. m., returning p.m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Copyright, 154. by AraerlceJi tion. Pres Associa- Tho preacher snys Hint in th mitlet of lifo wo nro in death, and it occur to mo . Mail tram going North ti 37 pm thut in tho midst of winter wo nro iu " South................... ujpm spring, for, behold I tho spring bonnets Express train " South it 51 pm 3 - .......... a ij aam nml fabrics begin to nhow a little, like " norm 30 m Local Freight North tho early flower bonoaih tho enow. They BOUIUhi tMHItnllttKlt ..lojpn nro naturally not to bo displayed in the The latter train alto carry passengers. The abore is calculated on standard time Solar stores yot at any rate, until all tho win- 11 ..- -., ime is about to minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT Blue-Grass ROUTE. Galas; North trains pass Junction City as fol Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Ves lows: tlbuio Limited 3 p. m. Local 11:55 p. ra Florida jjimiieu i:a a. m r23outh N. O. Vestibule 11:35: p. m. Florida Limited 11 p. m Licsl t:n p. m. ume-iira-s Vestibule arrives S:so p. 1 Falls Branch Jellico Coal 0o.t Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Original Jclllco Coal. Try it. We are the sole acents tor Stanford and iwland. Office corner oi Depot street and rail- crossing. HIGOINS A WATTS. lll It- Z''SittlW - A M 111 i SURGEON DENTIST. OfEcoover McRiberts Drug Store in the neo Owsley Building, Stanford ra&P A. S. PRICE, mi fam W MFm fell M mtmr KK3 Itl-JUB- . Ik LsssssM JAHAIsrsSEJ 5 and polonaisN nro to bo in high stylo, and very protty the aro too. Tho polonaiso is cut just liko a princess pZOODFUltinr.il. email, mild and Wcawntto gown, but shorter in front, and this is take, TOpecltLy adapted for chluln.a'iiUao. WDost cents. then lifted on tho hips, with deep plaits, t QUAItTEES lasnod only by under buckles, straps or buttons, raising it to quite high panniers, and learing tho Ky. back breadths to fall straight down, bnt A. R. PENNY, on two or three I noticed thnt thero was ..IK k'OU ARE GOING a slight looped effect iu tho back. Probably thero nover waa a gannont designed bo admirably well calculated to . THE . displaj a trim figuro a3 tho polonaiso, and it shonld bo a mntter for congratulation that it is now possible to wear one. But tho step from a polonaiso to a Dolly Varden is a short ouo, and a wattean is also to bo expected to follow that. Wo will bo thankful for anything sent ns, so LOUItVILLt 4 Nahvillc R. R. I it is not hoops, which tho French aro about to try again to force upon ns. Is the line for you, as its Tho most uoticcablo of tho new spring fashions is that bonnets and hats are made to come down over tho ears, more Make close connections at than ever liko those of our grandmothers. Ono quaint bonnet is inado of yelLOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI low leghorn, fine and flexiblo, and this is For all points. a regular "cottago shapo," with long THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Bides. On tho crown thero aro two rows AGO AGE CHECKED THROUGH of narrow black velvet ribbon, drawn For any information eaquire of JOES. KICK. Agent, down so ns to nccentuato the shape. Tho Or Stanford, Ky inside is faced.with shell pink florentbie, W. W. PENN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky and on tho top is a panacho of pink plumes, and two of them curl down A. G. Lanhaa John B, .Cattleman. tho odgo of tho brim. Ther aw Btrings of narrow velvet ribbon, which aro to tio snugly under tho chin. I cannot tell you how cunning and quaint this is. Thero was a hat mado 0 violet and green straw, intermingled and woven into a fine, satiny surfoco. This had an aureolo brim and a high peaked crown, surmounted by black and purple feathers and ribbon. Blnck velvet strings tho crown BARBEB&OASTLBMAN start on top of to tio underand are drawn tho chin. straight down If wo can judgo of these pattern bonMANAGERS, nets and somo funny little pancake hats, Oiiniierce Building, Louisville we are of a surety to bo treated to the choicest and daintiest of tho headwear Agents throughout the South. X3j22. of a long forgotten time. But no ono pretty. Let us W. A. TBX3BLE, Local Agont, cau say they aro notthey aro not tho hope, however, that precursors of tho redoubtable coal Bcnt-tl- o STANFORD, KY. bonnet. With this stylo of bonnet ya .ijwbw tho sleeves grow larger, and tho 1&50 fashion is qnito as startling as beforo, though, genorally speaking, bIoovcs are uotso very largo as they wcro. Still, they uro quite wido enough. Ono of the now fads is to havo wide ties of Bilk edged with laco, or nil of lace, a vegetable compound, tying in an immenso bow under tho chin, PURELY entirely of roots and herbs or falling in n deep jabot nearly coverfrom the forests of ing tho whole front of tho dress. Somo Georgia, and has been used by millions of them when mado of laco havo dozona of people with the best results. It of littlo "stickpins" in rhinestone 01 other imitation jowela Bet along to hold tho plaits in place. Ono that attracted my attention today had several tiny pins All manner of Blood diseases, from the of imitation emeralds, set to resemble a pestiferous little boil on your nose to clover leaf, and though tho stones were the worst cases of inherited blood palpably cheap tho effect was certainly taint, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, pretty. Fashion does not requiro them Catarrh and to bo real. Another tasty caprico was to bavo a corsago of two kinds of silk, one dark, with tho light ono as yoke, basque frill nnd largo puffed sleoves. Tho lighter Treatise on Mood and Skin Diseases mailed portion was dotted in regular pattern tret. Swift Stecific Co, Atlanta, Ga. with quito largo garnet beads. Tho effect was very novel and pretty. There are many other ways of utilizing tho jewel beads, chief among them being tho of crystal or pearl beads on dancing dresses. To return to tho question of spring. We aro shown several samples of a now weave of wool resembling vicuna, soft, but very glossy aud silky. This is shown in many verv bright and rich colors, besides in soft, shaded stripes of gray to black or whito. Tho now black goods of this kind nro exceptionally handsomo aud will mako up very well, besides being Buitablo for tho accordion plaiting, which, wo aro now told, is to bo a rago FOR A CLEAN on all gowns that will permit it. The cloth the most perfect Cut, new eudora materialis over produced, the black dress Or Nice, Refreshing Hath Go to Priestley bilk warp honriotto included. I notice among tho things that will not JeB3e Thompson's Barber Sho bo publicly shown until along in the Ha U also agent for the Lexington Steam Laun aiddlo of Lent a ntrv cloaking for spring Ointment and two it. mnnei it. ot carbolloon operntlon r aciU;bJcli Pr .Injection Pormmicat rore, and often rwilUnff In death, unnecessary. Whv .nrii Oil- - terrible) dieeaae?rVa tooxon to cure nny caso. ni5S6for lDcflts received. a box, C for K by only free. Guarantees i;ced by ouratrenta. mu l usiTUIUSS, Cnpnlc of m? CUPF u.tdp"8S.,Prenl8''. IIOl'SE DUR38. ZllPJ00 u CONSTIPATION """" ler stock is exhausted bnt I have seen them, and it is like bro.ith of spring days to bo ablo to tell of something to that season. First lot mo say that princess drossM Stanford, KTORTH WEST, I CANDIDATES wraps culled Campbell tartan plnid. The outer surface is dark, tinooth and Primary, decorous, but it is rover.slble, and the To bo Voted for tit tho I would like to eschange some March 3rd. facing is of largo plaid in tartan colors. Always on hand Toiloori above Ihctjo will bo uid up into ompiro capes in Corbln, Ky., Real B. PAXTON, and York coats. Tho colors on tho Tho Noblest and Nicest Goods? tmnroNcdcr umproved. lor some good Stallions and saddle or harness horse aro brown, green, bluo or black. Is a candidate for the democratic nomination for 1). T CHESTNUT, Corbin, Ky. than the Tho BAino stylo of goods wore given somo County Attorney, subject to the "rimsry Election, Can tio hid in the market. Prices lower Call and lowest Mourning ireodt a specialty, March 3rd. outlandish numo Inst season, but they esnmine before luiylng MAUY DAVIS DUDDKRAR. did not app-uas strongly then as they Stanford, Ky. Mis. Kate Uuddcrar, Mannger. B. do now under their new title. Theso old stand ol J. II. Green, In At the Sooda in heavier quality nro worn to a Is a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action .of slight extent now. the Democracy. ! Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky, Among tho colors expected to bo most promiuont next season will bo brown. Hat Just received an excellent addition to his At our Fruit Farms and Nurscilns ono mile West sto k of Furniture and corilmlly Invites you to call Some costumes will show sovoral shades subject to tho action ot of Kinirsville, Lincoln county. We have as fine a nnd examine it. He it also agent for the Oilier Is candidate of that always gonteel color. Tho pret- thea democracy. for Jailer, stock of Fruit Trees as any man ever handlil, Chilled and Stiver Sleet Plows as well as repairs No plows stand higher In the ettima ready lor transplanting nto orchard and cardial lor same public tiest of them all is tho mordore. Ono than these, ills steck ol hsineta this Kail Orchards of Apples and Peaches will lion of the very olegant model iu brown had an be assorted to suit customers at $10 per hundred. and saddles Is larger than ever, line nlso added SAltl 91. OWENS, a line nl llucuim, Surtuys and Steves. The trees aie nice, the varieties the best. of seal brown vulutiun. Abovo HUck Smith Miop for rent, on Collrur. needed to make home attractive and the this was a cloth skirt, slightly lifted at Is a candidate lor Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- children happy will lie found here. For circulars ami Main Streets, ltuttonvilln. luctted located shop Best ject to tho action of tno democratic ninary. In the west end of Lincoln co. Oood smith can each side. Around tho bottom of this address J. A. AUKHK & CO., Ky. set all the work he is looking for. Apply 10 ma Kiugsvillc, 64 ekirt thero was a bins baud of the samo In llutionvllle, only one smith in town D. S. CARPKNTKR. dged with n narrow braid of gold. Thero was 11 short redingoto jacket of a Is n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, to the action of the democratic nnnury. : cort of cedar brown, with a vest nnd high Worth collar of tan cloth. Under English and Classical. .For males and femsls, F. D. niliEY.lProprlotor, tho odgo of this a short seal brown milJ. itary capo was fastened by a thick cord, Is"a Candidal for Jailer of Lincoln county and : : Kentucky, London, - - - Kentucky. and this was lined with gold colored silk. asks his friends not to commit themselves to any at home I have moved to my new Houlland am bettsr Next session begfns.Veb. 1, 1804. The course The whole outfit was a study of harmony one else, as he is forced to stay action ol and work. the and teaching thorough, the buildings and grounds Brepartd than ever to accommodate the public His candidacy is subject to the in color. atlachod and every coovenicuc Young Udies beautiful and rates reasonable. party. Uive me a call. b6arded in the College; young gentlemen boarded For wear in tho spring thero nro numIn the town. For further particulars address the FRANK RILEV. TJ bers of now fancies in velvet basquo G. MILTON ELLIOTT. President. waists. Theso aro warm, and with n action ol Is Candidate light capo or fur capelino will bo suffi- he aliemocracy. for Jailer, subject o the o o cient. 1 saw today several very JELLICO TENNKSSKE. gowns finished nnd under way. M. Among them was a handsomo black Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. Ina Candidate for Assessor, subject to the action We have opened on Depot Street a cloth Buit for a young lady. Tho wholo of the democracy. Butcher Shop, whrrc we will keep at all times the of tho dress was black, but tho vest front best meats thtt the Country allords. W will hanThe best hotel In the city and the only one with and cuffs wero of whito satin nearly hid dle nothing but the best and will JNO. a sample room for drummers Kspecia attention den under a mass of jot passementerie. Is'ji to the traveling public Rates Jj, Candidate forlAssetsor, iubJectlto(ne action CASH ONLY, Sovoral variations wero mado on a gown of the PemocraUc party. -- THE OLD- of black India silk, with tho wholo of tho As we can not keep books. Our customers will be served In the best style ;nd we solicit the pat tkirt accordion plaited. Tho waist had ronage ofthe public. we also buy cooJ corn-f- t a corselet mado of tho samo plaitiug, cattle and nogs. ANDERSON CAUR .V CO to the Manford, Ky. upper portion waa of maizo vel- Is a candidate for County, subject tooffice or the SSjra and tao action of SAM II WARNACK.Pror. of vet. Tho ptuTed sleeves wero of maize democraticLincoln party. fiorentiue. I London, - - KENTUCKY. BAILEY, Thora is an infinito varioty in tea and Refitted and refurnished and in every typre house gowns, cch surpassing tho last. Is a cindidato for Jailer, subject toRthe action of paied to attend the wants of the public i tales Mr. William Landtrrafl's employment as my very reasonable The moirt in rich colors, with slight but the old Jeftersonlan democracy.! agent for the sale of lands m tho Swiss and Gergraceful floral patterns thrown over tho man Colony at Ottcnbeiiu, Lincoln county, Ky., ceased and MR. WM. lll'SER VARNON, hasenttheietor until such agency shall Is now my surface, is much likud for this kind of WALLACE be revoked gowns, aud rhuu mado with plenty of ViI lral matters concrrmnir tho purthateafd sale I candidate for re--J lectionfto the olllce of Coun-- of such lands will be attended toby W, 11. Miller, laco thoro could bo nothing handsomer. ty judje; subject to the action of,democratic parHaving secured the services ot Miss Mattie Almy attorney, of Stanlord, Ky. len from llnctnnatl at Iritumer for this tcan. i Thsrt aro )vtral now patterns in laces, J OTTENHKIMER. Jan. 6, . cordially Invite the lidirs to Inspect a carsfully which virtually mako now lacos of thorn. selected stock ot Millinery at pikes to suit the GIVENS times. The ladles ate Invited to are my nice, new For inatanc", tho bourdon laco has a line ol Stamped Linen and Embroidery Material very delicate aud careful imitation of Is a Candidate lor County Judge of Lincoln, subMISS LICCIK IIEAZLLV, real point at the edge. Bourdon veno-tiat-i, ject to the action ot the Democracy. Stanford, Kr roal duchess and point do geno nro Ky. now tnado in patterns, carrying out tho JOHN M. JOHNSON designs of tho edging lace. Tho inser- Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county Practical OABPET "WEAVER, tions aro laid fiat on tho tea gowns ns subject to the actio-the Democratic party. Has UUly purchased the celebrated headings to tho frills of odging. McKINNKV, KY. A. GIVENS I found another novel but most excelLoom, I have bought above I believe was Is a Candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, sub- Nowcomb Fly Shuttlo lent thing today, which mentioned Hotel at and have attached a said to bo a design mado by Mrs. Cleve- ject to the action of the Democratic party. And is prepared to do all kinds of Carpet and Rug Weaving, Fancy writing on Shawls, Mufhars, land recently. It is a dress for oxpect- Ktc. Call and examine my work. I guarantee First-Clao- o Bar COMMERCIAL 11LOCK. Poit-OlIU- NOTICE e. Bur-fuc- o J. Estato 95-- tl l JOHN MEKSIION U.S. CARPENTER, well-know- PETER HAMPTON, Fruit Trees For Sale Kvery-thi- nt T. I. NEWUND T. sub-Je- Garrard Lancaster, College, THE RILEY HOUSE HATCHER Dein-ocrat- d. W. DEBORI) hand-6om- F. EI.KIN, 2Tqw Meat Shop. first-class Th.o Flo r ono Hotel, BRIGHT SELL FOR 5)-6- ni E. D.KENNEDY, JACKSOIT HOUSE, JOHN NOTICE m E. TO THE 1A3DIES. JAMES W. Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, ol Commercial Hotel, J. DINK.FARMER first-clas- s work at low prices. 86-j- m and Fool Boom. Is a candidate forlallcr, subject k tho action of -the democratic party. Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and am better than ever ' - 45w Vt :l Pfei GEORGE B. COOPER, to the ofSce ol Is a candidate for County Uerk and will appreciate you support. Democratic primary Saturday, March 3, 189.1. R, MMER 1 Dealer In Proparcd to Accommodate tho Public. Hpecial attention to Commercial Men. Double Dally Trains Livery aud Feed Stable attached. P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. JESS ROUT, Msnsrer. line Something to Eat Groceries, Candies, THE 60FFEY HOUSE irANFOUD, KY., 11 in-Bi- ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. EARLY SriUTO ATTIRE. Insurance Company ant mothers, and Burely no other gown has over boon so woll designed for tho purpose Tho back has threo doop box plaits falling from tho shoulders under a velvet Y shaped insot, both front nnd back. Th collar crosses tho broast and fastens loosely at tho left sido with a alight drapery, which lets tho front hang in graceful folds. At each side is a deep box plait. Tho sloovos aro largo and drooping and finish at tho olbow under an embroidery frill. I should havo said tho dress wns of tan caahmoro, with brown velvet inset and forearm pieces. Tho ornamented portions wero simply cashmcro embroidered. tho deep poiuted collar, which falls from Com, Tomatoes, String Beans, Succotash, Early June Peas, Gibbs small Peas Baked S Potatoes French Peas, Apricots, Pears, Sliced Pineapple, Peaches, Grat'd Pineapple, Oysters, White Cherries, Red Cherries, Clov'r leaf salmon Gr.gauger plums Roast Beef, Mushroons, Chipped Beef, Ox Tongue, Deviled Ham, Potted Ham, Amcr. Sardines, Mackerel, Mustard Sardines. Fancy Goods, Fruits, &c. Desires to thank you for your pa tronace durincr the year which is almost gone and asks a continu ance during the coming year. When Hungry try one of his JOSEPH COFFEV, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated sad refurnished, Is now la tny charge and I Intend to conduct It so as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and floe rooms for thsdliploy of samples. AtFirst-Clasj7-t- s Saloon J II. SOWDER. & - And MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached f JOSEPH COFFKY W. II. M1LLKU MILLER SOWDER, REAL STANFORD, -:- ESTATE KENTUCKY. Journal liullding. Heinz' Goods in Stock. Preserves, Chili Sauce, Pepper Sauce, 25 CTS MEALS Doalors and Brokors, Office Interior MjWWWMM IIeniuettk Rousseau. A Handy Sewing TJuc. Olives, It la really composed of two bags. To mako it tako silk or wido ribbon, two New stock of Canned goods, evpieces of eithor, measuring about C inches Chrystalized in width and IB long. Lay tho pieces to- ery can guaranteed. gether and soam up both sides to within Pie 1'reparation, VanlloutcnsCo-co- a inches of either ond. On ono of tho and Atmore's Plum Pudding. eeams leavo a spaco of three inches ex- Tomato Catsup, And you will certainly go back Celery Sauce, and try him again. Mustard dressing, White Onions, PROPERTY FOIl SALfc,. 1. Fine Hlue Orass I'arra ol and finely lmpn.vcu. 3jaf acres on pike Offered ' at a. Farm of 100 aeies, finely Improved. low prici. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. 4. Fine Hlue Grass Farm, of 10s acres, In hliU state of cultivation, well improved; offered low 7. Illue Grass i'arinol tjs acres, on pike, two miles from Stanleid; good s laud; low Hluc-grai- price and on easy terms. CURES actly in tho center unsowed, and when tho Beams are done hem each odgo of this part. Turn tho wholo right aide out and stitch straight across tho Bilk each Bide of tho threo inch spaco loft un- - SKIN QrWCER (iiitt board to fit. Cut two pieces, and when they aro covorcd on both eidos with tho silk fasten them together on ono end with chamois or flannel leaves betwoon and a ribbon loop or two on tho othor end to pull tho ueedlebook out with. That part of tho Bilk left on either sido of this space will form tho bags, ono on each Bido. Faco tho tops of each with contrasting silk, making places for drawstrings to match. Tho two bags are for spools nnd buttons, and a place for consisting of a strap ond pointed fold of ribbon in which they may be put; is fastened on tho under side of the part whero tho needlobook is placed. Eithor plain or flowered silk may bo used. A, I. W. ecis-Bor- s, P ote5L sew-iu'- g 6eamed, forming an oblong, into which may bo slipped a neodlobook cut of card- Shave. Stylish Hair dry, The Best In the Country. Attention of the public is invited to the fac that this Is tbo only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor an amount equal to the stock, ao that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000 OK STANFORD.tKY., Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank United States governIs now fully or.aniscd and ready (or business with are made each yearto theexamined at stated times ment and its assets are by - - $200,000. endgovernment agents, thus securing addititona up perfect safety to depositors. originally established This 2C000. Deposit institution, Stanlord in 185S, then as the Surplus, . Uank of tied as the National liank ol Stanford in 1S65 and SUCCESSOR toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL again ra organised as the First National liank ol BANK OK STANFORD, Stanlord in iSSj, has had practically an uninterbetter 31 Now closing up) with the same assets and undsi rupted existenceof for years. It isbusiness supplied transacting prompt now with facilities the same management. depositors are at ly and liberally than ever before in its long and By provisions of its chatter, corporations, fiduAccounts fully protected as aie depositors in National honorable career. Individualsof respectfully solic-teBanks, iu shareholders being held Individually ciaries, firms and liaoleto the extent of the amount of their stock The Directory of this Hank is composed ol therein at the par value thereoi, in addition to tht amount invested In such shares. It may act as Fnrestus Reid, Lincoln county ; executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully at S. T. Harris, Lincoln; an individual. their buisiness to m To those who O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; while mnaglng the Lincoln National Bank ol J.W.Hayden, Stanford our many thanks and Stanford, we we here tender S.ll. Baughman,Ltncoln; they will continue to transact their business trust with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenJ. S. Hocker. Stanford; is tion to same, our twenty years" experience W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; as liberal accommodations as are conbanking and II. D. Elmore, Stanford; silient with sound banking. T. P. Hill, Stanford. cihxctors: K. L. Tanner, McKinncy; Williams, Mt. Vernon; J.J. M.J.Miller. Mt. Vernon S. H. Shanks, Stanford ; J. S. Docker, President; Stanford; J. S. Owsley, John J. McRoberts, Cashier; S J.Embry, Stanford; A. Ai McKinnoy,Assistant Cashier. B. Owsley, Stanford; J. F. Cash, Stanford; J. William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevllle, Ky W. 11. Cummins, Preachers ville S. H. Shanks, President, Dr. J. B. Owsley, Cashier, Office South Bide Main St., in office iccen'.ly W.M. Blight, Teller. vacated by Dr. Lee Fv Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Capital Stock Surplus McKINNEY & HOCKER. $200,000 21,300 Farmers BanMTrnst Oapital.of Co Paid d. 5 8 to 12. Town lots In Stanford In areas to suit purchasers, acre fine larm wit'i exec lenj 17, Ninety-thre- e mill. delling and other improvements, on pike 4 miles frura Mauloid. 14 Large blue grass larm, capable of division intu smaller farms. Desirable In every particular. Offered low and on very easy terms. 6. Good frame building; well finished on Mam street, in Eastern part of Slanloud S feet frout, 300 back. Will sell at a bargain. ao. Small farm ol So acres, a miles Irom Stanford wclllmprovcU, at a bargain. 31. Farm or 60 acres on Hanging Fork, near Turnersville Fine Hlue grassland, fronts on pike, with good improvements aud nice young orchard. Price low, and cottage, nicely and 3. Hotel, conveniently located, near depot In London, Ky Nine rooms in dwelling, four 100ms in cottage, btorc house of 3 rcoms All new buildings. Also good barn. Lot too x 300 feet Fine location lor store and hotel. Will sell cheap an 1 on easy terms. 33. Dwelling on Lancaster St , North of Six rooms and store house. Good cistern, barn and all necessary outbuildings lleautllul location. Lot with frontage 139x100 loet. Terms reasonable. Cottage with 5 rooms: good cistern, 34e, &c. Nice garden. Frontage Ijoxijo feet on North side E. Main St., Stanlord. Will exchange for personalty or realty at a bargain. two-sto- ry store-houso rail-roi- d. coal-hous- 4 I t ' J ill i JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. YEAGER & YEAGER, mm, mi and sals :m: STANFORD, KY. Wejare In our new stable in the Opera Hours Blockland are well supplied with DR. W. B. PEOTY NEW RIQS AND HORSES Have been purchased and noth urnouts will leave the stable. Dentist. Give tliem a Call. af sxism ,.S1Tif " i 'rn i"i "11 i v miJLikmmmtmimm .-.: .ji;Sssi