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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894022301 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. r"VT" '' TCTT- - m'frtrf-mf-if- " ' ,""V i"5frf v? r vol. xxi. GOV. Semi Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1894. BRODHEAD. THE GENERAL McCnEARY. n NO.102 LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. : : ,' r ASSEMBLY. Press Comments. No oflBua of importance Iiuvo bison The Brodhead baud boys will givo Gov. McCreary is in the exact poI-lioTho peddlers' license bill passed tho tried In coiut lately. their entortnlnmuut next Saturday night House unnnimousiy. to ilo thu greatcat good for hla conA son of Jesso instead of the 23th M was announced In stituents nml tliu country. To think of Tho House haa passed tho bill to inlivinic in tho western port of tho our laat. As limy have been kind nnd crease tho Bilary succeeding each a Congressman with nny county, died laat Sunday. of the judges of tho to the public, by furnish- court of inexperienced man would bo a dream of appeals to $.j,000. Mnrrnigo licenao hnvo been issued ing miMic on many ocovdons freo of suicide. Richmond Climax. Tho bill to repeal tho present Jury iu tho month of February to tho follow charge, and na thoy need money to as- law Tlio newspapers of tho Kighth and adopt the old was defeated in parties. Christopher Jackson nnd n sist in piying for thslr new imtruinontH, the House uro pretty flolidly for McCreary. after passing tlio Senate. M. lUrton. Garrett Sweet nml Mary we think It right Sterling Silver, that the paoplo of Mantel Clocks, Both Houses patriotically observed It can bo Bald to the nml J. Ilrowner; Thomas M. Halo Rnd Culo Brodhoad, nnd vicinity aiiould givo thorn Rich Jewcly, Bronzes, present ConKresstnan'a credit thnt ho Tuttle; W. G. Sims nnd Annio Washington's birth-day- , for which all Mullins; n good nudionce. l'inc Watches, Admission foo on- tho members drew their usual per Spectacles, novor forgets n friontl, nnd, thoy do cay, Jolin McQueen nml America Moore; ly 15c. diem. Silver Plated Ware, linrdly ovor nn enemy. Glasgow Timea. John D. VHiidovunternnd Alice Both Houses have passed a bill Rodger' Goods, Mclko; Mr. C. It. Teots, tho traveling salesOnyx Tables, making it n felony to throw missiles in Gov. McCronry da compluted Ida It. M. linker and Mary K. Laws. Banquet Lamps man of Itinggold it Co., was calling on Imported Chinas, to a car or draw or fire a pistol in ono. work on thu Diplomatic nnd Consular Tho republican pritnnry cornea o(f his old customers in our town this week. Mr. Quigley's amendment to tho Art Goods and Brica-Brac- . Appropriation Hill. Tho bill orrlea nn .inrrii if, nun ji mimes Iiavo been en- Capt. ItobortS, Maker of the '"Logan's tho rilOSt noted Hnloamnn local option Souvenir-Spoon- . appropriation of about $2,000,000, nml rolled to bo placed on tho tickets, nn fo- on bill, making tho nreciuct or Our stock the most complete. Our prices the Fort tho L. A N. It It., and tho gentleman lowest Wc town tho unit of such election, wua de- will moro than half of thin nmouut will bo llow: County jikJko; Jno. 1$. Faria, N. that tho children nnd ladies nre nlwnya convince you that this is the place to trade. feated in the Senate by a vote of three to fees turnod into tho Treasury by consuls. J. Siranaberry, Larkin Jackson, V. J. happy to Bee, spent two days with us Tho Governor In dealing with tho eati Mullins, V. I Brown and Col. Sparks. this w,.k. Mr. L. 1 Burdett, of Marks one. -- Tho now inato haa ndhorod Htrictly to tho law of Jnilor, Mntt Steele, C. A. Hjvo1, II. illar-le- berry, ia constitution made proachera visiting hii brother Dr. I. S elegible to the Legislature, but ihero is oconomy, making n reduction of about M. G. Harbin, J. II. Currier, Green Burdett. Mr. It. S. Martin, who haa only 10 per cent on tho bill.of lest year. ono in the present body, Uov. N. T. Jcckson, Sr., David Lucas, V. II. Jones, been spending the winter Ht Junction Hopkins, of Piko, who is n Baptist, Gov McCreary ia ono of the ablee t S. B. Wnrnack, nnd Henry Whitnkor. City, ia at J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. homo with his family this nnd Hftfeat leaders on tho Democratic County Attorney, K. K. Wilson nnd J. week. Gov. Brown vetoed the bill recently eido in Congress, nnd at thla timu it 1). Smith. Shcriir, C. M. Kandnll Mr. Kdi tor, in my travels I have passed by the GoneralAssembly providnnd 23d, 1894. would bo a mistake to retire hiiif, oven K. It. Klliott. County clerk, It. It. ing thnt trustees of jury funds could l, heard a few democrats intimate they Full corpi of Gimorvatory anil Normal School t7ch-,- .. ,. ...... . if ho desired rotirtcy. draw in advance whatever sum thoy be There nro vet J. K. Wyntt. nnd O. N. Scoville. Asses- - thought tho Hon. Jhs. B. r,...;.. " . uu rtmar, .mrnnned on application.. .. "c and 71 .'. '" -w. McCreary lieved would be necessary for the expen An. Excellent boardln- . . many important menaurea thnt should nor, Uranvilln Brown, G. W. Owens. would hnvu opposition in tho democratbo ptniod while wo hnvo democratic Jno. W. Kelson, Jns. II. Faria, K. K. ic party for thu nomination to represent ses of courts. Good. control of tho executive ami legislative Hnlo and J. W. McFndden. Under the now game law it 1b a fin- Surveyor. wns run district In the next Congress. ablo ofionse to trap, not or snare ouail ijmiicii.h 01 wio uuvernuiuiii, nmi n W. K. Ur.iy nnd K, II. Itullock. Two Now I wish to say T .,.i... nt any woumuoa mistaico 10 reuro n iraineu on this list can neither road nor write stnnd why nny truothat time, or to have them in possesbluo democrat, could sion nnd nblo leader merely to urntlfy tho de nnd tho two candidates for surveyor nro or offer for Bile except during the umierino present circumstances be in shooting Say any thing about it, but should any one happen to aires of nn nnd untried preachers. season, which ia limited to tho ask you, tell favor of any chaugo. at the nmmmt. !.,. man. Catlettsburg Democrat. two months of November and December. them that all thinking democrats know For The PollnrdBrccklnrldge Hastiness. thatn Gov. McCreary la not only a nun of The Senate has passed a bill providmistakoin tho ndministration of tho The defonao in tho superior ability but nn untiring worker. ing n fine of from $;0 to $100 to prevent damage suit took n deposition nt democratic party at this lime would bo tho destruction of fishes by Beino, dynaHe is regarded at Washington na the detrimental to its prosperity for all peer of nny man in the Kentucky dele- Danville. Tho witness was Dr. T. M. tlmo to come. Wo no.d just such men mite, explosives, net traps, medicated Lewis, who testified that tho late Hon. gation, nml in point of fidelity to tho bait, poisonous substance, and tho like. ns Gov. McCreary at tho head of Are Selling affaire. of Ida conatituunta)ho has no equal. A. M. Swopo, who was kilted in the fa- Wlille the privit is true, that wo have in With the exception of He truly regards himself ns n public ser mous dud t Lexington, had during tho this ileged manner of catching fish is with district, many honorable genhand-po- le vant, nnd a right faithful one he ia and year uw nppnmi 10 mm to perlorin a tlemen and lino. nnd statesmen, operation on ono MiB3 Pollard, that would has been ainco tlrat called to ndmini-te- r i'inoville will remain in tho cities mnko good members in Comrrp! fourth-clasTo r..Ur him nt thin acknowledging that ho had been tho and ii nubile ofllen. The democrats aaw men that u would be nmn.i nf of tho cause of her misfortune. For the Oliver Chilled Plows at reduced prices and they guarantee time would indeed bo n grent mistake, in tho effort to put it in the to and men thnt wo would all bn limmv And Mrs. Blackburn deposes that ho every piece to fit as well and last'as long as any made. but of thla we opine there ia little danhonor with that high position, who. if oust democratic ofllrialp, nnd after an ger, liven those that are opposed to re- called her Madelainonnd thatshe wound they nenmonoua debate in which Speaker wait with patience until the proper peatedly electing a man to tho sam of- her tentacles about him nnd called him time may Carroll participated, hia motion to make bo honored in tho futnm. it.it Willio. Well, that will do. Thu svirl fice for n numbar of tonus will bo in fn the bill tho special order for March 12, while this is truo no have no good man vor of giving thu Governor nn opportun- of this mtelrttrom in sucking in and was curried. As thnt will bo after tho smirching tho honored memory of tho io BHcnuco on the altar. Wo think Hint. session closes the bill is therefore ity of retiring of hit own accord, whiuh dead. every democrat In this district certainly ho will probably do next time, if not dead, causing family physicians to violate knows that should nny min become a MATRIMONIALMATTERS. noouer, by reason of being called to n t'mir most snerod obligations, and in a thousand ways undermining the foun- candidate thnt ho would not only sacrihigher nnd broador fiidd of public Hon. John D. Carroll, chairman of Opposite Coffey House, dations of society. The game is too much fice himself for tho present, but for nil Sho'by N'aws. tho Democratic State Central Committee, thno to come. For uo man could bent tainted to be worth the candle. The will marry Miss Helen Sanford, of New womnn should get her to n nunnery and Goy. McCreary now. As far ns I nrn Krasttia Wlinan, capitalist nnd informed no nun enn criticise his record Castle, Apr. 3. magnate and former untungfr for It. the man be retired in diahoiior to a priA Wisconsin brute ia buihr for a dim a member of Congreas, nor his fideliG. Dunn A Co., was arretted in New vate station. Iouisville Times. Is opening a First-Clas- s vorce merely because hia wife apit in the Stock of And now in this frying A witness testified at Lexington that ty to public duty. York, on charges of having forged notes pan to see if it was hot enough to Alex Julian, a brother of Judge Ira Jul- - critical nnd important crisis, his exper- cook the morning meal. aggregating In default of ience, his knowledgo of adairs, nnd hia i:.u, nnd Mijm 1'ullatd hud xou bond hovwiH remanded to tho Ium.,. through A Kentucky editor who has severnl intimate acquaintance with those most Tho Colorado Legislature ia going to a mock marriage ceremony, nnd that b.Mitiful daughters, who have doubtless they retired to n bed room and prominent in government nllnire, make told him so, says that when Give him a call. visit tho California Fair in a body. If a young irl him better fit to they will take Governor Waito with remained nil night. Mr. Julian in his gressional districtrepresent this Sth con- allows a young man to put hia overcoat than any other man in VvT. theui and lose him in tho wilds of the deposition admitted that tho ceremo- it nnd wo believe lie will meet all oppo- on without assistinchim, it is a sign that ny wns performed but denied that there Midwny, the tnx payers of Colorado may sition promptly nnd successfully. And she don't want him to como back any wink Ht tho uxtrnvagance of tho legisla- wero nny improper relations afterwards, wo wish to say for more. tho democracy of old though lie admitted under great prea-sutor!). Mies Maude Bourke, n California thnt ho had "kissed her liku other ltockcastle, that Unjust ns it has Tho terrillc gale and snow storm nt heiress to millions, will givo part of her been, for McCreary first, last and Niagara Falls folio nod by tho extreme girls." Stid he: "I mean no disrespect all the time. money to Prince Poniatowski, an "Italcold snap, has added new beauty nnd to tho people of my community when I ian nobleman," for the title of "Prinstrength to ttie ico bridge in the gorge, any 1 thought her to be na pure nml chaste cess." They nre to bo "married" in LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. which has now .ihouaiud a size tlmt the as other girls living in my neighborNew York. Shb does not profit by the Born, to the wife of Frank JFaircloth old residents says ia the largest over hood." experience of Princess Carlona. tw in babies, of the female box, each known. A bill has been introduced in tho DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. weighing JO pounds. Bill nnd Fred May, a Now BufUlo Massachusetts Legislature to prevent Mrs. Artemesa Moore, wife of Itobt. Advocate.) York club man, aro nt outs over n girl dressing among the women of Farris A Whitley bought of Jim Al- - Moore deceased, drew through tho nid nnd n duel between the two is tnlked of. the Day State. It ia not likely to got a ol her nttorneys, N. B. Portman and W. Jen a bunch of POO lb. cattle at 3c. bare majority, however. There aro still If William can hit n man with the alacThe County Democratic Committee II. Brown, n fow days sinca a pension of a great many people in Massachusetts rity ho can break an egg with a Wincheshas called a primary election to bo held ?S per mouth from Mwrch. 1SS02, and 2 who occept I'uierson's line, with nn ter, .Mr. May may not be in it after tho Large Assortment. Sizes and Shapes to suit even the most fastidious. Saturday, April 7, to settle tho exciting per month for three children. first shot. "'Beauty io its own excuse for Francis Portman, aged 0 years, n Lucy, tho bloodhound that ferreted contest now going on lor tho nomina being" eeen! bright little daughter of D. G. Portman, ' tions for tlio county officials. o it Bud Stone, tho W ratten murderer, In answer to the inquiry of a Buffer -annus vjuitk, a very lml negro, wns was badly burned nbout the faco on tho n id found young Connelloy, of North ing wife wo will state that the cauaes for shot nml it la thought fatally wounded loth. It is not fully known how her Vernon, I ml , after he had been dead bylKirk Klder, town marshal of Perry-vill- clothing caught lire, as, sho was in a absolute divorce nro liviuir aoart for ttvo several days, was poisoned in Osgood, years, abandonment for one year, conwhen-hresisted arrest for felon- room by herself at tlio time. Sho ran demnation for felony; force, Ind. Ono thousand dollars is ollerod for iously duress, or attempting to enter the room of iutoan adjoining room to her Aunt tho perpetrator. fraud in obtaining marraige, or uniting Bello Portman, who extinguished the Mits Harriet Saudifer. A bill recently introduced in tho with a religious society which forbids Tho Advocate ia authorized by Hon. flames. Though seriously burned she provides that white Virginia Legislature marriage of husband and wife. There Itobt. Harding to formnlly announce thnt is doing well at this time. females ovor the age of 13 ahull be adnre other lawful causes peculiar to a ho will not make tho race for Congress mitted to the University of Virginia, husband or a wife, such ns, to tho wife, Rkjikmiikic Tho Advocate would hnvo given Mr. That tho Wisconsin Cen"upon tho sumo term nnd conditions her husband's neglect to provide for her; Harding ita unqualified suppart had ho tral has tho unqualified endorsement of and with like privileges a thoso that aro to the husband, tho wife's habitual entered tho contest, but would hnvo done nil, it being tho most popular lino benow or may hereafter be imposed upon drunkenness for not less than ono year. ho purely upon personal grounds and tween Chicago nnd Milwaukee and St. or enjoyed by whito males." because of Ida fitness, not because of any Paul, Minneapolis and the Northwest Prof. II. O. Taylor has announced Boss McKano, tho Czar of Graves-enit is recognized as the Pullman Line be hia candidacy for superinteudont of pub convicted of election frauds, at factious opposition to Gov. McCreary, tween Chicago and Milwaukeo and d, lic instruction. Brooklyn, has been sentenced to tho but now that Mr. Harding has formally Duluth nnd Lako Suporior points. declined to become a caudidato, wo Btato , A bloody battle took place near penitentiary for six yonrs. In preparThat the Wisconsin Central touches tho in Marion couuty, in which Louis of registration, in several unhesitatingly, that Gov. McCreary is ing tho lists our choice and that ho will have our cor- most prominent points in Wisconsin, Itatcliffe wns Bhot and dndgorously instances, MclCano had nearly as many having more business centers than nny wounded by William James. dial support for the nomination. Abrnlinm names on tho poll booka ns there were railway to and from the Northwest. Olnrk was nlso dangerously wounded by men, women nnd children in tho proQUEKN AND 0ltK8CKNT ItOUTK. "Glimp. That ita dining car seryico is unsur- Green Harris. , duct. bpb of the World's Fair." -A selection of passed by any other line, and thnt ita It is now pretty well settled that KlkinBjandlMies Alice Adolph 102 Gems of tho Whito City aeon through will cheerfully furnish any none of the railrords in Kentucky will of Fulton, this State, wero joined thu Camera. This handsome volume information that may be desired. For make extentions this year, and none aro in wedlock's holy bonds under the fol- containing 102 photographic lull details regarding : Bates, Itoutes, talked of in India-ia- . Railroad contrac Thoy would try lowing agroement: views of tho entire Exposition, showing Folders. Mans etc. address vnnr nnnrnof tors have given up nil hopo of getting married life a yenr anj if found disagr-o- an main Huntings, an bhuo nnu termor ticket agent or Jaa. C. Pond, Gen. Pass. any work until 1S95, nnd tho prospects Bhe wns at Hborty to able to either, ho or Agent, .Milwaukee, wis. lal buildings, buildings, 'e'K nro not very flattering then. withdraw from it, notwithstanding what Opposite Court-Hous- e Popular Frnnk Lawler, of Chicago, ttm ntliiir luirtv had to aav Tho jury Tuesday awardod Miss great Midway Plaisanco. viowsof the is again disappointed. Starting out na an In Washington, beforo Judgo Cox of will bo sent to nny address on receipt Lena Hamilton $750 damages in her of aspirant for postmaster, supported by u nrgument was comthe equity court, neainst James S. Shackel petition of unprecedented 25 contB and five centslfor noataco. TliU length, he menced in tho proceedings instituted by book has been issued by tho greatest of Mayayille, Ky.. for breach of of ford, finally decided that he would bo satis- A Complete Stock of Long to secure nn injunction Judgo Southern railroada the Quean A Ores- promise. The suit wns for $15,000, haa tied to bo united btates Marshal, Now against Pension Commissioner Lochrcn cent Kouto and its excellence is with- - been pending since 18S9 and haa attract- the president haa nominated another to prevent tho latter from arbitrarily out a flaw. A most delightful collection ed much notice becausejof the remarkaman tor this position. tlin complainant's Sponsion rate ble plea for the defense, it beinz that ho oi exquisiio views, in a small and Tho annual report of President Elli- - Nicest line $50, pending furof Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accufrom $72 n month to book. Many such collec was phyaicaily unfit for.the marriage re- Harvflrd ,n hIch he ther proceedings. m lotion. rately Compounded. Give him a Call. college sports, was made public. He tions are largo and cumbersome Send your addroaa and 30 centa to W. O. Tho Legislature to bo chosen In condemns tho extravagant expenditure Emily Thorne, who reIJes at Toledo, Mm. v in.. i.nl. i. .n. umIiiI the hat never been auie rela cinnati, General Paeserger Agent, Cin- most of tho States)at tho next fall's elec- on athletics in vogue at the large Knstorn 'i'"-- t me.liciin for O. universities, and recommends that the uy tion will bo called on to elect successors game of VVT" . :,! .a nuicklv and effectually aj be discontinued until 30 U.S. Senators, whoso terms expire rules are adopted that will rid i9'110 below ,oro to ."TJ'jf. 5? it of its Druggist, Stanford, Ky. nn. I March 3, 1895. ' A "'. violence. ale by D- S. O. "ockir. Somo Moro Flattering eeven-year-ol- d Mor-Ka- n, B. H, DANK3, THZE - JEWELER Dis-tri- ct Su-pa- y. Stanford Female College. Sprliijj Session Tuesday, January Kw-el- t nour den-rim- -... -- s.,i ,u. 7.r, i'ollard-Brechin-ridg- o trot-line- s, ! ! v"ani W. H. WEAR EU C& VVii "Bogus" : Plow Repairs ISTE'V" s. fiftli-clu&- a FURNITURE : STORE. use-fuhiP- rail-roi- d 0. ?25,-0J- 0 Household Furniture, &e. w. WITHERS. re JOLxSL JL I ' low-nec- k NEW STOCK, NEW STYLES. CTTTST A.K,EIVEID JEWEKEE,. i, e H. J. McROBERTS. DUTTGOIST x,Eisrisr-,- r d, AbIi-lan- Kay-wic- k, A Complete line! Watches, Clocks, Grold, of Drugs and Medi- Plated Silver and Ware at cine &c. Prescrip lowest prices. Attention promptly tions a Specialty. given to repairs. Ma-lone- y, GO TO A.. IR,. JPJSlTlTir half-ton- e MeRoberts' Drag Store, "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, '. DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, Lttf 1 - ..... Kin-earso- nt 5J!rt. -. "?."?' foot-ba- ll W. B. McROBERTS, ru'W Ij iSSHPW" w IflaWeH kVWWl,M ' ' N bt hi N t Interior Journal aro doing a greBt deal of voting. Galusha A. Grow, after a retirement of 30 years, whs elected Stanford, Ki,FiainuAitY 23, 1894 for Pennsylvania Tues day by the greatest plurality ever given in the State. It had reached 105,000 at VV. P. WALTON. last recounts and was still a climbing. The mortifying Waterloo of tho democrats is attributed to tho Wilson bill, upon which tho peoplo wanted to enter protest, and democratic dibaentlons and divisions. Ono thing is very apparent, tho democrats will have to get together Colomil BnKCKiNHiDQK may Biiccecil or there won't bo a grease spot left of us in proving that Madalino Pollard was after tho next general election. nnil in n verv bad woman, but the fact Senator Moiioan, of Alabama, has remains that he introduced her to Mrs. Ho is been sailing under false colors. Luke Blackburn na hia nfllnnced and behalf, to not a democrat of the right stripe. Ho her good graces in her report on which Mrs. B. testifiod.with much indig- formulated and presented n tho turn of events. She tho Hawaiian matter, at variaueo with nation over was says that tho pair was very loving aud tho democratic idea, anil which signed only by himself and tho republithat on one occasion there wero demonstrations in her presence ndinissiblo only can members of tho committee, tho bringto engaged lo vera. Ho called her Mada- democrats rofusing to sign it nnd Morgan's relino and she sweetly cooed "Willie" ing in a minority roport. anwhenever shn addressed or spoke of port indorses Harrison, Stevens and known nexation aud criticises tho present adhim. The defendant must have introdu-cingtministration. A beautiful democrat is what manner of woman he was or if he didn't, Morgan to bo sure. Mrs. Blackburn, . he might have retained the respect of an It is to bo regretted that tho good injured woman by still saying he believ namo of Hon. A. M. Swope should have ed her tho woman he told Mrs. Blacktho Breckinridge Polbeen drawn-intburn sho was. It looks very much like lard maelstrom of nastiness, but it is anMiss Pollard has made out her case assertion that Hyde Con- other proof of tho ancient against the Dr. Jekel-M- r. "the evil that men do lives after them, gressman, and that he ought at least to good ia oftintorred with their bones.' spare the dead and cease to open tho the Dr. Lewis says that the colonol wanted cloeets in which skeletons are kept, him to perform an abortion on tho womerely to get tho amount of damages reman, for whoso condition tho doctor duced. Miss Pollard is doubtless n very says, ho said, he was responsible, but the designing womnn, but she is not half aa friends of tho dead man siy that it, is bad as the colonel, who wears tho livery probable that he was acting for Col. of Heaven, nnd monkeys ns a great Breckinridge aud not for himself in tho church man, while inwardly he is shown matter. to bo a raving wolf. Tlio defendant's acts might be condoned in a less pious Buo. UicitAunsoN, of tho Glasgow person, but tho people hato hypocracy Times, tersely and truthfully states and despise a man who attempts to sail tho caso as follows: Provided the prosunder false colors. pectus does not kill the paper, or some kind friend of Bill Owens kill the editor, The president surprised the Senators Mr. O. B. Moore will begin the publica. and the country by jumping from New tion of an incandescent Owens organ at York to Louisiana for a nominco for ns Lexington this week. Mr. Mooro bos 60ciate justico of tho supremo bench. just attained tho lofty preeminence of Senatorial ward Douglas White is tho being more different kinds of a fool, in lucky man and was promptly confirmed less space nnd fewer lines, than any oth the same morning tho nomination was er living or deceased newspaper man. sent in. There is no doubt about Senator White's democracy. Not even the Tiik decision of Robert Harding, slightest suspicion of miiRWumpery of Danville, not to become a candidate banes about his garments. He is true for Congress, is emiuently a wise one. blue all over, oven if he did oppose the The Intkrior Journal holds him in repeal of the sugar bounty act. The high esteem and should have disliked to now judge is in the prime of life, being oppose him. but it believes that no new but 48 years of age. Ho has been re- man can oven in a measurablo degree fill peatedly humored with ofiice, nnd was the place of Gov. McCreary, whoso serassociate justice of Louisiana when he vices are now moro than ever needed in was elected to tho U. S. Senate, from Congrees. There is time yet, and plenty which ho now steps to the highest court of it, for Mr. Harding and when it cornea in the world. His term in the Senate ho will find no warmer supporter than would not hnvo expired till March, 1S97, us and this paper. and there is already a scramble for the The news baa been fUshed over all succession. The A. P. A. is howling because tho appointeo is a Catholic, but ns the wires of the country that Pat Koon-eis dead. He died at the Zoological there is no Catholic on the bench and President Jackson Garden, Cincinnati, nfter a residence has been nono since appointed Chief Justico Taney, that ob- there of six years, of the diseasothat carjection is not a serious one. Senator ries off so many of his kind, pohnoiary Hill kept New York from getting the phthisic. Mr. Rooney was said to be tho position nnd his people are not in an es- most highly educated monkey in tho pecially good humor about it, but Hill world, and he will be sadly miesed by has had his revengo and so the people tho children and old people too who fremay in the language of a millionaire quent tho zoo. railroad magnate bo d d. It is all well Sam Small continues to play in bad that ends well however, and tho North's luck. He went to Guthrie, Oklahoma, loss is tho South's gain. to tell the people that prohibition is the alIt has been tha custom of the lower only salvation for the couutry, but the most before he got fairly down to House of Congress for a few members to meet every Friday night and pass nny work of doing bo, the sheriff closed his n kind of a private pension bill without re- office, and Ids paper has ceased for Congressman timo at least to enlighten the homegard to right or justice. Kilgore, of Texas, who became famous steaders. because he kicked the door of the House The Michigan Supreme court has down, when Speaker Reed had had it knocked out what is known as the "jag barred against the entrance of moro cure law," which gave justices tho power members, has objected to these quorum-les- d to sentence inebriates to a Keoley Cure, bodies being permitted to pass such as such punishment is not within tho bills, and a stop has been put to the pro- province of the law. Tho Act haa been ceedings until quorums can be muster- the occassion of many a humorous paraed. The country owes Mr. Kilgoro a graph, but its work is done now. vote of thanks. Our pension laws ure in pace. libera"! enough for every possible case credits us with The Courier-Journa- l aud the private pension bill therefore bears upon its face the odor of its own au article that we copied from t'je Owens-bor- o Messengor and failed to credit to frauduloncy. that excellent journal, through inadverTub Lexington tempestin a tea pot tence. has subsided, tho bellicose editors havNEWSY NOTES. ing pubmitted their differences to arbiaud signod the arbitrators' detration The costly Middlesboro Hotel is to cision. Peace again reigns, but at this bo Bold at auction March 12. distance it looks like some of tho demTho President nominated John R onstrative editors ought to now bo look- Wylio for postmaster at Princeton. ing through tho grated windows of a H. O. Barnes has been appointed hostile. The grand jury is investigating postmaster at (Jose, Whitley county. tho acts of the mayor and his fiery Bon. I. T. Fiegle has been appointed postmaster at Sloan'H Valloy, Pulaski county. I was Bent out from Frankfort, from Tho Merchants National and tho which point all information of tho kind of Loisville, will can not be accept- Second National Banks must originate, else it consolidate. ed, that Gov. Knott was about to enter If the income tax becomes a law tho race for Congreea in Breckinridgo'H Wm. Waldorf Astor will havo to plank district, but tha governor who ia lectura year. ing on ciyics at Centre College, says it ia down $178,000 W. L. Davis ban been appointed of it, and that ho the first he has heard postmaster at Paris and J. J). Owena at has authorized no one to make such a rlando, Rockcastle county. statement. Josoph Koppler, the famoua carTub Winchester Domocrat will blos- toonist and ownor of "Puck," died in next Tuesday. New York of heart disease. som out on a It is only a question of timo, and money, The striking miners at tho Mingo when all the old weeklies will be things mines shot and wounded a of the past. Nobody except backwoodsman and ditched a train of coal. men, would give a snap for news a week At Durango, Col., the snow ia 20 in- old. chca on a level. Thirty-twinches fell in seven hours tho heaviest fall on re A Bi'BCiAL grand jury has been ordored cord. at Lexington todnvestigato tho newspaGen. Edward F. Hincks, believed to per war. Judging from first reports have been the first Federal voluntoor of the militia should have been called in- the civil war, died at Cambridge, Mags,, stead. lost week. Semi-Week- ly iBHBIIM ,.it bt i ' ..,-.- . Tins is an off year but the republicans er 6 OH 8 PAGES. o Tho whlto cappers aro on trial at Harrodsbnrg. By the resumption yesterday of furnaces at Dayton, Tenu., COO men wero put to work. A convention of coal operators of Knuhinkv nnd Tennessoo. held at Knox- villo adopted resolutions opposing free coal and iron. The City Hospital at Rochester, N Y., was destroyed by tiro. Tho 130 inmates wero rescued. Tho loss on tho building is $120,000. Tho KtiRliah authorities havo refused to allow Prof. Tyndall to hypnotize Mrs. Maybrick, and then question her regarding tho death of her husband. Tho I A. W., in Hession nt Louisville drew tho color lino and will not hereafter admit negroa to membership. Tho body will meet next year in Denver. Over 5,000 unemployed workingmen in Boston made a demonstration in front of nnd around tho Legislature of Massachusetts, asking for measures of relief. Lewis Hendricks, tho third negro done away with, supposed to havo been implicated in the murder of Mrs. Jewo Rucker at Stanton, Ala., was Bhot to FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Wheat has jumped up from fr.M.i 1 5S to GOlc for May at Chicago. Not a mile wae traveled in 2:10 or l.nl.r RS"i Bull'alo will give S75.000 at its Grand two-year-ol- in 1 KSO. A Grand Success Mrs. Routen, of Indianapolis, had ..r.t..1nuri of her body being taken by ghouls, and at her request waa burieil in a burglar proof casket woigiung iuw pounds. Tho Louisville A NaBhvillo baa given tinitfM of it intention to witndraw from tho Southern Rtilway and Steamship March 1. If it does tho will go to piecps. y Four members ot tlio Krueger lami-lnt Liparte, Iud., havo diod from catlug diseased pork. The rest of tlio fam ily, four in number, aro also at me point of death from tho name cause. Two men, John Skaggi and W Imam Baggs, wero waylaid nnd shot to death in liar-Ia- n Harlan county, 12 miles beyond O. II. A man named Ranfroo did the ahooting and is yet at largo. Tho Mason grand jury baa returned tivo indictments ngidnst the Maysville Fair Company for permitting the "tin horse" gambling scheme to be run en its grounds each day of tho fair last year. Tt 5h sent out from Atlanta that Sec retary Hoke Smith, in order to secure tho sorviro of a negro cook, had her hus$(MX) band, a republican, appointed to a one of tho departments at position in Washington. Congressman Blanchard's refusal to vote against tho Wilson Bill after tho sugar bounty had been cut out of it is likely to lose him tho appointment to Bticceed Justice Whito as Senator from Louisiana. Gov. Jackson, of Iowa, states that if the Iowa Legislature does not repeal or modify tho prohibitory law so as to afford relief for the river counties, ho will call the Legislature in extra session for con-c?r- u death. y Res-qui- at semi-weekl- y non-unio- n o A Happy Marriage. Visitor And you aro roally happy in yonr wedded life? Lady of tho Houbo Why shouldn't 1 be? Only think what sort of n family 1 liars married into. My husband ia the Call and Examine their Stock. head of s lndlos' tailoring flrrn, iny mother-inLa tho proprietress of n largo millinery establishment, ono of my pistol. is a Jawelor and tho other w R Bottoms ehot at F. B. Andor- - brothers-in-laindicted him for selling tho landlord of & hotel at son becauso ho Manulielmor Volksreltung. Dealer in Oliver Chilled and Buchcr & Gibbs' Imperial liquor on Sunday at Harrodsburg, who tho firo, but noithor wss hurt. returned Wife The cook loft today, and I hd More trouble may ensue, as thero is n very bitter fading betwoen galoonistB to get the dinner. Husband I wish she was bare now. n.i , mini who informed on thorn Wife Why? of Internal Rovenuo The new Colloctor Double Shovel Plows, Plow Harness and Husband To eat II. Now Yof k Heria waging tho fight against tho Illegal ald. selling of liquor. ma Plffttrane. Th orin men all Bay that tho re e Gentleman (1 behind) Exerus will mako a wheat crop cent heavy snow ca- me, madam, but I gave 3 for this seai, in of 100,000,000 busnela I am the only authorized Agent in the East End of the county for and yoar hat pita the low price of wheat and tho dry Old Ldy(ln frot)-Co- 3t $W. Vcue. Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. AWIteware of the bogus repairs that are lwt fall the area Beedod waa acres, according to tho different parties. a rjv rwi offered by Tha ntgto Wa. UDI 1""l" o. Flsls Dealer How shall I Mod tfceet latest report of theStato Board of That ia a greter area than pro codfish? Customer C. O. D, Truth. duced the phenomenal crop of 1892. Governor Hogg, of Texas, is to be nrrested for killing a deer while out hunting recently. Ho did not know ho whb violating a Texas game law, which shows that aome governors aro not omniscient by a long ways. Gov. Rich, of Michigan, has remov-e. the Secretary of Stats, SUto Troasur-erAttorney General and Land Commissioner for complicity in frauds connected with the increase of Balaries for State officers. A Virginia judgo has decided that a man who bought lota in a boom town on the promise that largo industrial plant wore to bo located thero is entitled to tho return of his money because that promise was not fulfilled. William Shunk, who had charge of survey, has figurod it out that the tho proposed lino of railroad, to run from New York to Buenos Ayres, and Btring the three Americas on u double strand of steol, can be built for $200,000,000. An effigy with a tag on it waa hung at Pond Creek, Ok., with this tag on it: "Senator Martin, of Kansas, Btood on Senate fioor and apoko for tho Rock Island Railroad Company to beat 3,000 out of their rights. His old constituents decided to hang him." No industry waa ever permanently benefited by taxation on trade. Tho abolition of the coal tax will work in tho end for tho benefit of tho West Virginia as Mr. Wilson Bays. And will work at onco to build up every it other industry on the Atlantic coast N Y. World. Sensational confessions wero made In? tlm four witnesses held at Jackson, Tenn., for perjury in the Howard trial. They disclosed plans on tho part of Howard to murder threg persona who wero activo in bringing about his conviction Tho prisoners claimed they wero forced to do Ho want's Diuuing ai iuu jiuuh ui d pen-pl- o mino-owner- s, that purpose. Circuit meeting this year. Electioneer sired four that hold championship honors. of slaughter sale last week. We Foil Sale. An extra lino milk cow Arc the words that express the result will continue it through this week. The cold wave forced us to reand calf. B. W. Gaines, Stanford. Dudderar Bros, sold to T. J. Robin- plenish some cf our winter lines to accommodate our customers, son, of Garrard, a lot of butcher cattle which will be placed in our winter clearance sale. It is not a question with us of getting the real value, it is an imperative case ol at '2c. Statistics show that the average price of a mulo ia 87 morn than that of a borne. Bird Mntheny bought of Mrs. Mary Matheny a lot of ewue with lambs thrown in at $1 I dt'eiro to loan to responsible parties 12 two year old mulos. 12. P. Woods, Stanford. The pacer, Manager, 2:001 won last year, the largest winning of Nutwood's get. On all winter goods. Room must be made for spring goods that arc George M. Bakor bought in tho arriving daily, and money must be had to pny for them. We have neighborhood a lot of butcher therefore made stuff at 2 cents. Hay, 700 bales timothy for sal- - at 50c per 100 on tho cars. John Crab Orchard. II. C. T. 2:17, formerly owned by R II. Crow, of this county, will bo driv- Into the prices of all our goods and offer better bargains than ever been by Goldsmith this year. fore offered in Stanfoad. Don't miss' this value giving sale, come and II Pendleton had a ewo to dio tho other day, which on being cut opon was found to contain four full developed iambc, ready for delivery. W. F. McClary, administrator, sold tho effect fl of J. G. Ramsey Tuesday. Whether you purchase or not. If you want samples, that is if you Tho horso brought $82 and the brood are not where you can shop in person, write us. All requests cheerinnro $20 while other things sold well. fully complied with. We arc receiving a big line of A Tennwmeo man ref Udod $ l,(Hn) for a iickntw last week, and now thero is some confusion in tho average mind as i to which U which in tho transaction. Glasgow Times. w Owing to tho dull market at Lexing ton, P. W.Green has decided to bring his string of horses home aud take the chances of waiting till that llttah is in And have also connected ourselves with Ucinach, Ullman & Co.'s Merchant Tailoring establishment, and in consequence are nndy to greater demand. Give us a call. W. S. Garner has bought of A. M. suit the most fastidious. Surber, of Pulaeki, his lino combined stallion, Abdallah Messengor, for some thing over $300 anl will Btand him at his home this season. There wero 200cattlo on tho Georgetown market Monday with 3jc. for beet Ono bunch of ollerings. Broke mules mules sold at $00 75. A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor broimht from $135 to $1S5 per pair. Times. T. D. RANKV, Manager. W. B. Hatchett sold Southern par fat mules nt $00. Mr. ties 20 3 year-ol- d Hatchett bought these mules nt weaning time, paying from $60 to $S5 for them. He lost $1,500 on tho bunch. (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn,) Harrodsburg Democrat. says: Tlio toTho Courier-Journbacco trade has suffered less from tho hard times than any other branch of bus iness. Mr. J. S. Phelps, ono of the 'old reliable' of the trad?, says his business ia better this year than over." Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year Pierre Urillard ofiered Mr. W. O'B. and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. MacDonough $50,000 for tho services of Ormonde to 10 of the Rancocaa mares, but the Californian declined the oiler. Tho services for St. Blaise and Iroquois Ikfore you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than aro placed at 2,500 for 1S01. SI.-02- 5 SELLING REGARDLESS OF COST. One Common Cut im Buch-hftti- Inspect Our Good Goods Spring Ready Made othing, LOUISVILLE : STORE, threo-year-ol- d STASTFCmD, KIT., -- B. K. WEAREN, al Dealer iij Carriages, "Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, Get His Prices Ho Got Tliarn. the cheapest. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Mnny amusing stories nro told of an old gontloman who lived in Now Jorsey porno yours ago nnd who had a warm aud philanthropic heart, but n tougui which was easily twisted." no was al wnya ready to Bioak a word for any good causa, however, and boino of his remark nblo appeals linvo boon haudod down tc tho present day. On one occasiou there was a largo pub lio meoting at Newark, and this old gen tlemnn nrooo to address tho pooplo on the subject of a proposed Sunday school for colorod childron. Ho spoke of tho now entorpriso with earnestness, but evidently beenmo conscious of a slight ooufuaior. of speech as ho progressed. "Ladies and gontlomen," ho mid, "in tho old Stumptown district there's ii good openiu for n Sunday school, nnd iff Is needed too. We'vo already got n colored room nnd 50 children, Bomo moro or consid'blo less, most of 'om young, nnd wo want n tenoher for n class of girls, mostly females, and wo want shoes, either male or femalo whatever for children, most of 'em eithor boys or girls." Horo tho good man Bat down hurriedly nnd mopped tlio perspiration from hid forehead. Thero wero smiles on many faces, but tho femalo nndmalo shoos and tho teacher for tho colorod room wero before the meeting was over in Bpito of the merrimout. Youth's Companion. OK op; Oliver Chilled Flow Repairs J. K. VANARSDALE, the only one authorized to sell Oliver Chilled Stanford. Plow Repairs in FARRIS & HARDIN, Dealers in Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Queensware, Glassware, Harness, &c. Plows, Wagons, Harrows -law w Dadon-Bsule- n. "Wo ISo PEMKIM 39 FIELID SEEDS. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. y ,t,ar " Agri-cultuB- eKMM.JMA 4- -. jjtAtW. w5.. ffMiUHiuJbtmiMm rT"t f" ver- - t" -' - ?f Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal SI, Omvkr chilled plow points, three at W. II. Wjpnran & Oo.'s. for ' Stanford, Ky E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEANS seo our new goods wo aro Fuimi'AUV 23, 1894 receiving daily. Now ginghams and calicoes. All brands 5 cents per yard. B. F. Jones &. Son. Call and ... IU3IHES3. Bup-plies i Buy your nchool books and school John Doss, n youth of 11, was arrested HUBBLE. ol all kinds tit A. K. I'onny'H. Tinware, &c. You arc invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair IlAvityou seen our new Battecn8,glnK-hams- , by Marshal Nevrland Tuesday, on n clock h nml jnwolry rnpnlrvd Watchim, Tho colored folks havo a tableau white goods, embroideries, Ac, writ of burglary, Bworn out by Mr. Walkwith you and will appreciate your patronage. My goods are all iMrst and wnrrnuti'd. KiiKrnvinij n specialty, or our beautiful new clothing for men er Itout, of tho Peyton's Well neighbor- hero Saturday night. Class Staple goods and will be sold at a at A. H. I'onny'H. Wm. Swope, of McCrpary, wob over hood. Doss had been in tho employ of Thk largest Btock of Drugs. Medicines, and boys? Hughes fc Talo. Mr. Itout and during that gentleman's a few daya ago looking after hia father's Periiimory, l'ulnta and Wall Paper at A. It. Penny's. PreHctiptiona a specialWk havo just received ono moro lot absence from home took advantage of business. ty. G. P. Bright bought a lot of 1,000 Call and sec me, look through my stock and you will agreee that you those lino sample shoes, worth Stt.GO per tho opportunity and stole $12.60. Ho pair, to bu sold at the sumo price, $1.08 wont Btralght to J. T. Hooker's Btoro at pound cattle n few daya ago at 2c. W. can save money by trading with me. PERSONAL POINTS. This is positively your last chanco for Turi.ersvillo mid invented tho greater I). Snow bought somo fat hoga from W. Mn. K. V. Smith was in Louisville- such bargains. B, F, Jones & Son. portion of tlto amount for a suit of clothes B. Blackerhy at lo this week. Wm. Blanks and James Rogers havo and then came on to Stanford to "agonW. M. Hkiuiit has been ill of tho K'ip A i.miiThiiow fell Wednesday night ize." Mr, Itout was not far behind him, both lost a pet hog which can not bo for a week. which nearly disappeared yesterday, howover, anil ho and "Brother" Row- heard of, nnd it is thought some one ia Mit. Jons ItitioiiT, of Grnys, is on a though the day was cloudy and raw. As land soon had tho young man in tow. eating pork without money. S. E. Owsley's dogs got among his visit to home folks. it was a legal holiday wo havo no All- Ho was tried before Judgo Carson and M&& Mii.Gkoikib II, Hitucs, of Lexington, egations na to what kind of weather to held over till circuit court in $100 bond sheep n few nights ago and killed severwas hero this week. al nnd run a number of them into tho expect which hu failed to give. Mini Doi.uk McHoiikhtb is visiting river, drowning somo of them. Washiniiton's birth day was observed Tiikhk nro flattering prospects of a friends in Lexington. A saw mill is expected sooii on the Pnor. C. H. IIolmlA will entor Centro in this oilico ns usual yesterday. The railroad to conneci Stanford with the farm of It. L. White. Ed nnd Henry printers were all hard at work and tho Queen & Crescent. Mr. II. I). Emerson, White are going to build n large tobacco Oollegu, Danville, Monday. editor was again demonstrating that the of thu Cincinnati A Kentucky Southern, barn to house their crop in this year. Mil. IhaG.Tayloii, and his hnmlBomo I.NTKKioii Jouiinai. is like tho father of writes to Mr. A. It. Penny that if our J. O. Eubanks has gone to Illinois to wife, of Danville, wero hero Wodnenday. his country in that it ran not tell a lie. peoplo will provide tho right of way ho dispose of his horses and jacks ort there. Mihh Mamik Mooiir returned from CinTub arrangemont of tho names of will build the road, and a proposition is Ed Austin has moved to his farm at cinnati yesterday in timo to "hop" last night. the candidates having been tlxed by lot, made that those interested subscribe $1 Highland. Virgil McClure, of tho Trandaugh educational ballots have been printed a mile to Becuru tho right. Mr. Emer sylvania Printing Co,, of Lexington, was Miii. W. H. Billion and Jittlo tor, of Li vingBton, liuvo been visiting Mrs. ami those who are soliciting tho votes of son says ho had tho lino Burvoyed and with his Bistor, Mrs. J. A. Hammonds. tho dear puoplo are instructing the unin- that it CAii be built for a reasonsblo Joo Coffey. Mr. Mills, of Texas, has withdrawn Mips Hhpaik Kiciiahds cnino up from itiated in which square to make the amount. Such n road would bo of inestimable vnIiio to Stanford and vicinity, from tho Senate Committee on Finance Junction City yesterday to attend tho cross. us it would givo it a competing lino and and will no longer sit on either tho sub1 hop and is the guest of tho Micaes Wray. Wk are in receipt of tho following In greatly rjdueo freights. Nearly every- committee or tho full committee. Mna. D. It. Kijmibtoh, of Crab Orchard t answer to an item in last issue: The body approached by Mr. Penny has W. O. Hoirmun and Miss Mnrcia hold one of tlm lucky numbers for a llrst letters of tho natno of tho republiagreed to subscribe f I a milo and he Bent, Bociety peoplo of ML Sterling, LoninvillH Tiuies calender and got J5 can, who likes to rend tho I.ntkiuoii thinks ho can raise a sullicient amount eloped to Cincinnati and wero married. for it. Joi'hnal, and wants his copy changed to insure tho right of way. Ho will con- Their bridal tour will include a visit to Mim Ma mm: L. Lkwih opunml school to lUodhond, are George W. Hughes, fer further with Mr. Kmersou ut his ollico Now York from which port they will at Hnukeye Hgaiu Monday. Tiiu ieoplu formerly of Ixmdon. Bail for Liverpool. in Cincinnati. . up theru think thuro is no teacher equal That Hen'Convention has set, eat or Junction City is not a very largo city, Rkads LtKR Fiction. Depositions aro to her. sot out its term without any visible or Mit. Pirritit Hamito.v, tho htiHtllng but it enjoys tho distinction of having now being taken hero in a case that has tangiblo results. Perhaps those eggs aro caudldato for jailer, 1ms been oonllnod to two chief marshals. C. It. lUm having been attracting much attention in Joa- only door knobs. Louisville Times. It his room for n few dnya with a kidney resigned the trustees uleotod Mat Sims quin county, Cal., and will likely prove will set next time in Atlanta. beto the position, while Mr. Tuttlo still interesting to three colored mon formertrouble. ly of this county, but now of Louisville. Mit. and Mils. H. 0. Fom and their holds on under his election IuhI NovemNEW ADVK11TISF.MENTS. Wednosday, be- ber until tho court of appeals sottles the Briefly seated tho story is as follows. handeotuo child pasied Col. Mssterson, father of Mrs. Cloe Bogle, ing calleil from tliulr visit toOwenton by question. . of this county, owned a negro woman by tho sevoro Illness of (Sen. T. T. Garrard, Lkvtuiik. Rev. L. L. Pickett will loo ELECTION NOTICE. of Manchester. turo at tho Methodist church Tuesday tho namuof Kiltie. Sho had a child, without even tho formality of "taking Miw. I'okik Coi'mts loft yesterday to night, 27th, on "Strange Things," begin LINCOLN Cv UNTV COURT. Regular Terra, Keb'j 1S94. violt bur dmighlor, Mitia lvlna, at Linden ning at i.M. there nro tureo roasons up witti its latner, as was tlio custom , Judge of A petition having been filed before College. From thero slut will go to that the house should bo filled. It la among clnvt-s- and his name is unknown. Lincoln County Court on the ?d dar the January, of Sho named tho child Joe. Afterwards sho iSjt, ngnt-- by a number of legal votert of the Louisville and Cincinnati to lay in her for a good caiihp, tho Sunday-schoo- l liituMOtiville MaRlitorlal Diimct, Mklng that an epring millinary. brary, it is said to bo both pleasing and did "take up" with Reuben Mastcrsou order be made culling an election to be held in .March, 1894,10 atand had threo other children, Timothy, aid precinct on the 34th day or of MimSl'K Haloiiman, who hasbron instructive, and tho admission fee is onlaid take the mnc of the legal voters Jim Ben and Dudley, who reside in who are qualified to vote at an election for county I have about completed my stock of goods which is composed of 111., Normal ly tending ttio Cook County, 2c. ottlcert, upon the pronotitlon whether or not spirIoularillo. Joo who uus known both as She school, returned homo Tuesday. malt liquors ahall be told, barIn the case of David Popples, etc., vs. McKinuey and Mostersou, went to Cali- ituous,orviuoua ortherein, arao to apply to DRUGloaned Queens-ware- , tered left n hliuMrd in Chicago to fluil beautiGIST."1, except upon iale for aacramental purpos-e- i, the First National Bank of Stanford, tho fornia a number of years ago .and strik(aid petition coming on for hearing on the lath ful spring weather at homo. court of appeals reverses the decision of ing it rich amassed a largo fortune, esti- day of February, 1894, It being thp first day of the Mil. J. A. Dt'misnAii, formorly of this regular term ot the Lincoln County Court, and It the Lincoln circuit court, holding that mated ut over $200,000. Not long ago appearing that the legal votrra of said precinct county, but nowof upper Garrard, had n petitioti represent more than 2$ per Plows, Salt, Lime, Cement, &c, all bought at the lowest CASH State courts have jurisdiction to enforce ho was taken sick mid was carried to figntug said votes weighing pounds taken oir of cent, of tho tumor cat In said precinct at the last tho forfeiture of interest provided for by tho home of Dr. Luce, by the physician election, anu an inc requircmeuis 01 mn PRICE, and having no old stock to carry, I am able to give prices Drs. his right arm mur thu shoulder. complied with: It is ordered that aw having section 6 IDS of tho Revised Statutes of himself nnd given thu best room in tho an election beenheld ill the Hustonvillo Magis- that will be be Kiunaird and Anion performed the oner, terial Precinct on the 34th day of March, 1894, the United States, and when a National house. It is said that tho doctor nursed between the houia 017 a m. and 4 p. m. lor the 'rfnNYrTHT. imvriniri'siTiirriTrMCMTiri ation and the patient is doing splendidly. B.tuk lends money at a usurious rate of him carefully for awhile nnd uutil hu purpoieof taking the sense ol the legal voters of JLLNS 11 11 1U A mono those who attended the said precinct, who are qualified to vote at elecInterest ami tho rote therefor is renewmaking him sign n will tions for county officers, upon the proposition To Investivatc. Appreciating the favors shown me heretofore I caster "return party" from here wero ed from time to time, usury being em- had suceuded in whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors giving him all his estate, but a small shall be sold, bartered or loaned therein, the same again ask a share of your patronage. Misses Clara and Ophelia Lackey, Mary braced in each renewal, tho entire interRespectfully, lo apply to DUUtiGISTS, except upon sales for Alcorn and Alice Holmes and Mecsrs. est may be eliminated from tho Inst note portion to, Mrs. McKinuey, of Missouri, sacramental purposes, the result or taid election a bister of Mrs. Bogle. Shortly after tho to be certified to and returned as required by law V. II. Wearen, it, . Denny, Jack Bear so that nothing can bo recovered there- will was inado Joo got worse and died In elections for county officers. Bennik Wearen, Clerk. ley, Carroll Bailey, K. 0. Gaines anJ on except tho original principal. The lolloping officers are appointed lo hold lit in convulsions alter 12 hours. It was said election: Voting Precinct No. 1. T P. Uabe lackey. Robinson and II. R. CamniU, Judges; J. thought at tho time that tho doctor had Goode, Clerk, W. V. Mocker, Sheriff. Voting Miiniif Ja.NNiiJ anii Maiuk Wakiikn Tub public school taught by Prof. C. poisoned him and when ho presentod Preclnt No a: J. T. Rose and W. 1). Weather attended tho "return party" at Lancas H. Holmes and Mi J. T. liohon, Cettio Thurmond, thejwill it seemed to bo continuation of ford. Judges, L. II Adams, Clerk, J. T Martin Sheriff. Voting Pre met No r ter Wednesday night and nro now in closed Wrdneaday with appropriate and C L Crow, fudges, h. J 'tanner. Clerk, A. tho belief aa strong as proofs of Holy Coffey, Danville, where they will bo tho guests the pupils having beon drilled writ, and its probato was ilonied. He G.A copy. Sherifl GEO II COOPER, Attest: Clerk Lincoln County for several days of Miss Mario Daviess for their elocutionary work by Miss endeavored to havo its provisions enWarren, who will entertain in their honBurch, who is very proficient in that forced, but tho court set tho will aside or, Tuesday ovenlng. line. The prizes offered by the trustees and the depositions now aro to provu The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Will P. Camtiibll was elected Com- wore nwnrdiul to Mifdfs Stolla McClary Mrs. AT OTTENHEIM. mander of Department of Kansas, Grand and Janie Carpenter. Tho pupils show- the natural heirs of tho deceased. Thus ed that they had beon well taught'and Bogle, Dr. Ed Alcorn and Adeline Craig Army of tho Republic, lleeinnini: on the 1st Monday In March, reads a dispatch dated the 21st from many complimonta wero paid the pains- havo deposed that tho half brothers 1&14, and on each first Monday tlurealter, a htock mentioned aro tho nearest of kin. they Market will be held at Ottenheiin for the sale Nuwtou, Kansas, received nt this ollko taking teachers. Thero wero enrolled Persons havSchool Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, of Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs. buy nro yesterday from Dr. I It. Yates. Mr. during the term D!) pupils and tho aver- know nnd thoy will be likely to get the ing nock lo sell or those wishing-t- charge invit- Liquors for Medical Purposes. to anyThere will be no ed to attend. Campbell is a native of this county and age attendance was S. Miss Thurmond estate. . WM. l.A. IJUKrtri', body, K.y. Ottrnhtim, loo brother of Mr. F. J. Campbell. CHURCH AFFAIRS. and W. S. Burch will bogin n subscrip. Miss Ma my Lkk Uuciiiktkii, who pent tion school in the public building March Fivo new Presbyterian churches aro 02 Inst summer here, has been votod tho 12 and hope to be liberally patronized. Call and see us. being built in Belfast, Ireland. prettiest and most popular young lady aro in tho lead in culThe Baptist in Independence, Mo. The contest was ODR. G. Tiik Knights of Pythias lodge, which, tured Boston, with 20 churches and 'JO young ladies and Miss Mary between has boon enjoying a sleep like unto members. led them all, receiving over 1,000 votes that of Rip Van Winklo of old, was reEld. W. L. Williams aska ua to anat 10 cents each. Tho prizu was a din vived Wednesday night and hereafter WE HAVE- nounce that ho will preach at Huston-vill- o now adorns will meet on each Thursday mond ring set in opals, ami it night. For next Sunday on "Prohibition from tho pretty hand of tho beautiful winner. somo timo tho members havo contemIf b a Biblo Stand point." plated taking a new start, but not until Thero were 13 convarta baptized nt CITY AND VICINITY. tho above mentioned ovening did they tho Ninth Street Baptist church, Louiscarry their intentions into offect. Mr. ville, Sunday night. Notice our big ad. Danks. Tho number O. II. Kelly, general organizer of tho F.n- oughtn't to bo uulucky iu that kiud of FiiEflii flah todaynt W. II. Brady's. dowment Rank, whoso homo is nt Jefler- - business, . Our invoice and are ready for our second year's business. Thankful at Bonvillo, Ind., mot with tho lodgo and "Logan's Fort" souvenir BpoonB Thu Second Congregational church to our friends for favors of the past year, we intend it possible to be greatly assisted in reviving tho momhers DankB. at Rockford, 111., which cost 1100,000 and more deserving for the next. If close attention to business, polite who had grown rusty and careless du- was said to bo tho handsomest edilico of Rowland, is tho proud treatment and low prices will secure your patronage we know we will J. A. Oaiitkii, ring thu absence of tho regular moot-iug- in Illinois, waa completely gutted by of a bouncing baby boy. have it. Our stock is better than ever because we have learned the father When tho lodgo gota into good .. fire. Tho $10,000 pipo organ waa aleo wants of the people. w Jubt received an elegant lino of dress working order again un endowment rank burned. will bo added. and neglige at B. T. Jonea A Son. Tho ltev. Dr. Scarrow, of Russell, Kan., within ono week recently held lecture of Col. Ham on tho Tin: Tommy Ball will open a gouoral merin Politics was tho largest atten- services for a man whoso body was totalchandise Btoro at Rowlaud in ft few days. ded of tho Bories and judging from tho ly consumed by fire, for n man who died r In every department will for the next 30 days be sold at prices you fc Q laughter nnd npplausetho moat enjoyed,' in tho penitentiary, for ajmunfered man, can afford to pay and cany over. Come and look at our overcoats, 1 am now receiving n full lino of spring Tho speaker tolls a story so woll that and finally over the bodiea of threo cloaks, boots, shoes, heavy underwear and all winter stuff must go to suitings. Call find eoo thom. II. 0. Ru- - oven an old ono appaarod now under his lynched by a mob. make room for spring goods that are even now coming in on us. Our piy- lifcv.f ltd 1). lisle wriltB fioiu skillful handling, and no one would . Embroideries, White Goods, Laces, &c, arc now complete and many to tho (Western Recorder: "My Wade's distillery near Mt. Salem will htivo darod say "cheBtnnt," bo noatly Daw-aowero thoy rehabilitated. It was funnior brother, P. T. Hale, of Birmingham, loft opon up Saturday, with L. L. government than a minstrel show, oa good aa tho last Friday night, after having pnachod on hand to boo that tho sermon and better than tho aver-ag- 12 days for ua inu good meeting, Thero gota ita duoa. lecture, btcnuso it bothnmusod and havo beon 58 additiona to date, and the Arc arriving. Our Men's and Boys' Spring Clothing is arriving every Madeline Pollaiid may or may not InBtructod.JJAaSnoligoBter ia rather a mooting continuea this week." week and we are in condition to supply every want. We have the winjhsr caao, but it ia an established now word to moat of our readon, wo If you want to go through tho Biblo R. II. llronaugh, Adm'r of D. G, Slaughter, delargest represcntated stock of Carpets ever displayed in the city and fact that tho best bargains in jowolry are will Bay that it waa coined by a Goorgia in a year read threo chapters daily aud ceased, Plff ,. VS. It, if. oiaufc' in ...., Creditors .Dcfls. Notice to Creditors. Carpets at 65c. and a ... at Danks.' See. tho Sabbath that is, two chap-tor- s lly virtue of an order ot reiorcuco in .1.1. V.MV, will from this day offer the very best mountnineor and was applied to hia op. fivo on t.i.a i heir prool ponont for tho Legislaturo after oxhnust-inin tho Old Testament and ono in tho undersigned Com'r will the estate of of;and beautiful Brussclls carpet for 50c, all cut to fit your room if you bring I). G. In response to tho assertion that thoymake report of claims against hia vocabulary of contotnptous words tbo Now Testament daily and on tho Slaughter, deed., and the creditors are notified us diagram of room. Come and see us before you spend your money not to givo hop when throo proought before the and to describe his disgust for tho class of Sabbath, in Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiatea, to produceproperlyfilo their cairns tbo aoth day of in any department. verified, bolore traded meetings nro In progress hero, dnto flret mon who represent all that ia diepicable Solomon's Song and the hew Testament. February, .8,4. R.C WARREN, tho boys say thoy claimed tho iandme.m in politics. Thia will take you through tho Biblo In 1 4 Master Com'r Lincoln Circuit Court. not to umino. and are thoroforo W. P. Walton bought of S. II. Hrtughman 10 shares of stock in tho Fanners Bank and Trust Co., of Stanford at 11 1'J. Bank Stock. Tub broom factory of Mr. Georgo W. rerking In tho lower end of town is turning out somo extra lino brooms at low prices. Mr. I'erkin telli us that ho buys his broom corn at Oakland, III., and pays from $ 2T0 to $3 50 n hundred lbs. for it. Somo of our farmers might make a good thingof it raising broom corn this year, nq Mr. I'erkins intends to increase Ids business. 30-- days. Five chapters a week will go through the Now Testament in a year. If our peoplo do not get good, it will not bo for tho opportunity. Three protracted meetings aro in progress here, at tho Presbyterian, Baptist and Christian churches, with union services once a day. This combinoJ attack on tho cohorts of tho devil must n stilt in good anu to mat end wo say n fervent amen. 2 NEW CASH STORE. ON EAST MAIN STREET You can save money by examining my'ncw stock of goods and paying Cash for t i ? Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, SMALL PEiOFIT OU CASH. J. C. FLORENCE. to-da- The nswer m These Figures Mean that Severance & Son Oan sell you goods at the following prices: 4 Pieces 46 in Serge col'd and black at 50 cents a yard. Piece 46 in. black Henrietta at 50 Cents a yard. 50 Pieces Gingham at 5 cents. 50 Pieces Indigo, Turkey Red, Fancy Calicoes at 5 Cents. You never saw goods as cheap fore. Call and examine. SEVERANCE & SON. J. 1 i, NEW STOCK, IU Mj t, ... Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Iron Wagon Material, 1 TO JUsHliJUiS) II o W. H. HIGGINS. s, S. G. HOOKER, DRUGGIST. Fs-hI- o TIpiktq RpJhnnl SnrmliAC m The Best Goods For The Least MoneyS. .HOOKER, Th.o Druggist. -- 12,-71- S t COM PLETED Our Winter Goods I li1 s. s as gd M m Snoli-gost- M mur-deror- B 9. & Ow-ensb- oro m 1 4' ' n av-ora- go o pring : Dress : Goods, all-wo- Lincoln Circuit Court. - g 1 HUGHES & TATE. . &&&' -- rit La -- luh, f vJlfrv- - 'H Jks pSPfS" i??fif CANDIDATES To be Voted for COMMERCIAL DI.OCK 'if Semi-Weekly Interior Journal AT MAKING BEEF. What Ministers Say About the Electropoiso. NOTICE Ronl vs-- tf I Publlahod Every Tuosdny and Friday 'I-- :?!3 XMCU YK AUIV ATJ VANCK 32.50 will be charged.- - not to pud K. C, LOCAL TIME CARD. Jit Train 3:10 p. m. ic fives Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning L.&N. '.. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail trim going North.. " South ExptJii train " South North- Q 36 A Lical freight North. MiniiM Souths. . .m J 07pm Th latter trains also carry passengers, Ths above iscikulaled on ttandird time, Solar ime is about jo minute fatter. - ... .a........--.... -- .. . la 11 37 Pra JP " .... j nin m Ji pra QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. pws Junction City as foI- es- Vestibule siarti 0 a. in. lows: tlbuie Limited 3 p m. Local is.55 p, m I'loiida is m Limited iu. "South N. O. Vestibule w:j5 p. m. Florida cases, for feeding s Limited 11 p m Licsl i:at p. jm. a good cross bred Vestibule arrives S:4o p. m. Coins North train Blue-Grass , l W! ically as possible without much attenIt won't do to trifle und delay, when Is Candidate for Jailer, subject 'o the action of tion to growth. Straw and fodder aro the remedy is at hand. Kvery disorder he aDemocracy. Rowland. mado their rations, and often little or no that can be reached through tho blood crossing. JELLICO TENNKSSKE, 31. shelter is provided. Therefore but littlo yiflda to Dr. Piercc'B Golden Medical v HIGGINS A WATTS. .Severn uonglic, growth is made, and it requires the best Discovery. to the action Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. Asthma, Isia Candidate for Aiactser, subject We have opened on Depot Street a part of tho spring after grass is up to get Scrofula in everyLung Diseases, oven the of the democracy. A. S. form, and llutcher Shop, where wo will keep at all timrs tht them well started to growing, while they Scrofulous affection of the lungs that's ' t meats that the country atlords, We will hanThe best hotel In ttis city and the only on. with SURGKON DENTIST. dle nothing but the best and will never fully recover from the effect of tho called Consumption, in all tho earlier a sample romi for drummers Kspecia attention winter feeding. The second winter is mages, it is a positive and complete cure. Is'a Candidate fort Assessor, aubjectltoltne action to the traveling public Kates j. over Store In tho n Office Dru; CASH ONLY, Owsley Buildlnc. strength-restore- r usually a repetition of the lirst, and it is party. of the Democratic It is tho only Stanford r not until tho animal is matured that 60 affective and As c can not keep books. Our customers will THE OLD bo served In the best stylo nnd we solicit the patIf it doesn't good feeding is begun. This class of cat- that it can bo guaranteed. D. ronage of the public we also buy good corn fed VITAL TO MANHOOD. tle raided on the farm, when sent to mar- benefit or cure, in every case, you have cattle and hogs. ANDERSON CAKR .V CO., Is a candidate for re election to the office of As88 jm Manford, Ky. ket, must como in competition with tho your money back. sessor, of Lincoln County, subject to action of the SAM U WARNACK.Pror. fijw"' range cattlo and must sell at low prices. democratic party. CaPerfection is attained in Dr. Sago's I It is this kind of cattlo that tho farmer tarrh Kemedy. It cures tho worst cases. London, - - KENTUCKY. BAILEY, raies for beef that duos not pay. It is Only &0 cents; by drugirist. Refitted and refurnished and in every way preIs a candidate for Jailer, sublect toflhe action of pared 10 attend tho wants of the public Kates Pn. E. 0. WEST'S NERVE AND BRAIN TREAT not all in the breed nor all in the feed, Mr. William I.anJcrafl's emnlovmcnt as ray very reasonable. old Jcflersonlan democracy.! the SIENT, a epeclttc lor Hysteria, I)lizines, Fits, Nea but a combination of both that is really Bucciln's Arnica Salvo. agent for the talc of lands in the bwisa and Ger xyla, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused bi necessary to make beef raising profitablew The best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises man Uilony at utlenhcuu, Lincoln county, Ky alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental Deureolou MR WM HUSKR 10 c, ulcers, salt rheum, fctcr soics, tetter, chap-pVARNON, has ceased and unti I such aj;rn.y shall Is now ray .decay With good feed al.o must bo included crup WALLACE E. be revolt-d- . hands, chilblains, corns and all skin tent tnrreler Low ot good care. The breed must bo ono that tlo s and positively cures piles or no pay requir Is'a candidate for re-- lectMmJto the office of Coun- All legal matters coturrning the u hateaPd sale nV m anil jcciuuio mnnnpjjfi, involuntary Losses, will be attended iv. with irootl feed and care will inako a. ed. It is guaranteed to Price perfect satisfaction ty "judge; subject to the action of.democratic par- - of such lands of Stanford, Ky. to by W. II . Miller. Havint secured the services of Miss Maine Alcauel by 35 cents per bot. of brain, mr attorney, rioacjr refunded. len from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this tTj A month'a treatment, It goodgrowth.'and Stanford, Ky. the feed and care must or isle by A K. srain, I Jan. ,'94. J OTTENHKIMKR. Por C for $3, by rualU cordially Invite the ladies Iu Inspect a car.fully With each order for 0 boxe. wltt The beef will then bo of a fs will send written guarantee to refund If not cured be Buiticient. selectid stock ol Milluicrr at prices to auit tbc Guarantee!. Issued by Bitent. WESTri LIVER PILLS time The ladles are Invited to sw my nice, uew JAMES W. G1VENS Ten days' loss of time on account of sickness cures Sick Headache, Illllousneo, Liver Complaint better quality and will sell at a hotter and a doctor's bill to pay Is any thing but pleasant line ol Stamped Linen and Embroidery Material price. Experience has proved that tho for a man of a family to contemplate, whether he Is a Candidate for Count v Jude of Lincoln, subBour Stomach, Dyppep.la nnd CoDjUpatiou. MISS LICCIK I1KAZLEY, QUAIUNTEES lssuod ouly by quality of beef produced by a combinedj is a laborer, mechanic, merchant or publisher. ject to the Il.kii ol the Democracy. Stanford, Ky, Jones, publisher of the Leader, Mcxla, bfiiirtt. in tt.l.lnl. wiit'iii, ur.ui, liiuuu vwhlu KrtMi uais aim Jas. O. was slca in bed for todays with the grip, Ky. oilmeal form a part in connection with Texas, its prevalence a year or two ago. 'Later A. R. PENNY, Ky. JOHN M. JOHNSON during He says. In the season he had a second attack com, will bo better than if tho cattlo aro ..If VOU ARE GOING., 'In the latter case I used Chamberlain's Cough Is a Candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county Practical CARPET "WEAVER, fed on corn alono, and tho carcass will Renedy with considerable success, think, only subject to the actios, ol the Democratic party. Has lately tunhastd the celebrated bed prove more profitable both to tho butcher be ng in am a little over two days. The second a satisfied would have been attack I McKlNNEY, KY. A. GIVENS and consumer. THK. first but for the use or tho remedy.'" bad as the Newcomb Fly Shuttle Loom, I have bought is also proved that tho largest per It should be borne In mind that the grip is much Is a Candidate fur Sheriff of Lincoln county, subIt above mentioned Hotel at the same a very scveie cold and requires pre- ject to the action of the Democratic party. and have attached a And is prepared to do all kinds of Carpet and Rug cent of dressed meat to live weight does cisely theas ssme treatment. When you wish to Weaving, Fancy weaving on Shawls, Muffisrs, not always indicate tho best quality of cure a cold quickly and effectually give this Dr Ktc Call and csaniine my work, I guarantee First-Cla- ss sale by Bar and Pool Room. work at low prices. meat or tho most profitablo carcass for S. G. Hocker. S anJ 5 ecnt bottles lor Have rtpaired and 'refurnished th. Hotel and tho dealer or consumer. either Is a candidate for"Jaller, subject to the action cf am better than ever Soo tho World's Fair for 15 Conts Breed and feed for quality of moat, and the democratic partybest prices can bo realized. It is LOUISVILLC 4 NASHVILLE R. R. of your addiess and ij cents In tho Unon receint Prepared to Accommodate tho only this class of beef cattlo that pays, Doitauc stamps we will mall you our Souvenir GEORGE B. COOPER, Public. Portfolio of tho World'a Columbian Exposition if tho valuo of the feed and caro is The regular prico is 50c, but as we want ou to Is the line for you, as it . SIs a candidate for re election to tho office of Hpcul attention to Commercial Men. nave onswe mane tne price nominal. iuu Cor. St. Louis Republic It County Clerk and will appreciate you support f.E.1 it a uorkof Art and a thine to be prired. lino Uvcry and Feed hub) attached. Trv it. We are tho sole agents tor Stanford tand Office corner ot Depot street and rail-M- ar T. J. HATCHER alone, a good grade or cough may steer is as good as n in Let it run, and your It's pretty sureend Is'a Candidate fcr Jailer of Lincoln county and something serious. to, themselves to any full blood. if your blood is poor. That is just the asks hit friends not to commit at home One of tho mistakes most commonly time and condition that invites Con- one else, as he iss forced to stay action ol and work. tho DemHis candidacy Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., mado is in not pushing the growth from sumption. The seeds aro sown nnd it ocratic party subject to the the start. During tho first winter most hits fastened its hold upon you, before Miners and shippers of the GENUINE G. W. DEBORD farmers winter their calves ns econom you know that it is near. o Rlue-Gra- Editorial from Central Mclhoditt, Catlettsburg, thouKy., Rev. Z. Meek. Editor: "Unless sand men, mainly professional men. lawyeia docUnder present conditions good beef tors, editors, preachers, and all classes. Includarc very much mistaken, ;attlo nro required, and thoy must bo ing the writer, cures, gives relief where the other all effects given good treatment if they nro mndo remedies have failed, especially is It efficacious in women.1' ready for market at a coat that will leavo delicate, feeble Rev, V. W, llruce, Hustonville. Ky a. fair profit. tlio Elcctropoise 1 have cured a bad case of opium One of the principle advantages in tho habit in less than two month's time J tho patient better breeds of cattle in tho earlior ma- now has no desire for the drug '' Ky.: "A kins Rev John I Rogers, Danville. turity that it is possible to socuro with woman o( mine who was apparently rapidly sink suffering with sciatic ing Into good treatment. With nil classes of tism. In the grave,pain nlehl and day, In rheumaa very extreme stock fed for moat the cost is groutly in- short tune obtained freedom tram all palu, walks that she without creased each succeeding year that thoy well. Itcrufth or canetoand declaresa miracle." is ts.a mystery mc, almost mo kept and fed. Rev. W. K. Wjntt, Morning View, Ky.: "I A stor, given good feed and care so began tog Improve from the first application ol the 'wonder-workingem,' my reneral health is bet that a rapid growth can be seen red, can ter than It has been in years. 1 believe it to be a remedy.' nearly always bo inado ready for market e, Rev. Robt. M. llarrett, Ttaptlst Seminary, by tho timo it is 21 or 30 months old and Ky.: "I gladly add my testimonial to that will pay n hotter prolit that, if fed n ol many witnesses for the Klectropolte. Resides I hae cured other serious year longer. With good caro a scrub of if up in onetroubles treatment.' a severe attack night's bteer will make n much better growth ERcv Geo. II. Means, Covington, Ky.; "Inone night's time the Klectropoise ri licved and may bo marketed some earlior, but congestion and scrtigo. My wife was me of braina relieved of it is only with a good grade or a full so ere attack of neuralgia iu one hout." blood steer given good feed and caro that Address D Hois & Webb, Norton Mock, corner tho best results aro possible. In many Fourth and Jefferson Sts., Louisville, Ky, Dreed anil rood I'or Quality of Meat and Good Price. at the Primary, Two doors above l'ost-Otllc- e. tn March 3rd. I would like to exchange some Alwsys on hand Klec-tropoi- se J. II. FAXTON, Is a candidate for the democratic nomination for County Attorney, subject to tho Primary Election, March 3rd. The Nobicst and Nicest Goods? Prices lower than the lowest Mourning geoJs a specialty. Call and buytnr 0 amine before MAIIY DAVIS DUDDKRAR. Stanford, Ky. Mrs. Kate Duddtrar, Manager. Can bo had in the market. Estnto In Corbin, Ky., good un proved, fur sime an d saddloor harness hnrsea 1miprescuor Stallions I). T. CHESTNUT, Corbin, Ky. JOHN B. MISUSXION la a Candidate for Jailer, subject to the action of the Democracy. D. S. OALIPMTER, At tho well-know- n old stand ol J. II. Green, In Fruit Trees For Sale I Hustonvlllo, - -x Kentucky, God-give- Lcu-isill- 11 Has just received an excellent addition lo his At our Fruit Farms and Nuricite ono mllo West sto k of Furniture and cordially tnvites you t" call Is a candidate for jailer, subject to tho aetlen ot of Kings. Ille, Lincoln county. We have as fine a and examine it. He is also agent for the Other the democtacy. stock of Fruit Treos as any man ever handled, Chilled and Silver Steel Plows as well as rtpnlri ready l.r trintplanling ntu orchard and garden lor same No plows stand higher In the estimathis Fall. Orcharusof Apples nnd Peaches will tion of the public than these, ids stock ol harness and saddles Is larger than ever. Has also added be assorted to suit customer at J 10 per hundred a line of lluggie., Surreys and Stoves. The trees aie nice, tho varieties the best. EveryIllai.k Smith Miop for rent, located on College, county, sub- thing ticedrtl to maku home attractive and the Is aeandidatolorSberilTor Lincoln children happy will be found hre For circulars and Main Streets, Itustonvllle. Rest located shop ject to the action of trio democratic nmary. In the west end of Lincoln co. Good smith can address J. A. McKKK ft CO., Ky. get all the work he is looking Kingsville, fur. Apply to mo 64 In Hustonville, only ono smith in town . D.S. CARPICNTKR. la a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county, subject to the action of the democratic primary. : PETER HAMPTON, SA9IM. OWENS, T. NEWLANI) Garrard Lancastor, College, THE I RILEY - "" HOUSE English and Classical. 3 For males and femsle, K. U. UILBY.JProprlotor, : : Kentucky, London, 77 - Kentucky. TRANK R1LJCY, Original Jellico Coal. PRICE, Nest session begins, Feb. I, 1894. Th. course and teaching thorough, the bmtdiugs and grounds Young- ladies beautiful and rjfra reasonable. boarded in the College; young gentlemen boarded In the town. For further iKirticulars address tho MILTON ELLIOTT President. have moved to my new Hotelland am beiMi than ever to accommodate th. public, ood Livery attached and every conv.nienc. Give me a call. F. ELKIN, ITow Moat Shop. first-cla- TJiq ITlorono Hotel. jNoTTiiiiGiiT lx-- MeKV-iert- s blood-cleaus- er, SELL FOR 3J-6- flesh-builde- E. KENNEDY, JACKSON HOUSE, """JJL 3 a, JOHN NOTICE m el TO THE LADIES. Hperms-tnrrhceBelt-ubus- over-exerti- Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, Stanford, A... HORTH WEST, 1 Commercial Hotel, J. sl dink;farjier - first-clas- s 86-tr- a cou-Bidere- d. Double Daily Trains Make close connections at An Exploded Notion. . Not many years ago our government reports wero taken up with extensive experiments in cooking and steaming food Chicago, 111, For all points. for farm stock. So far was this carried All FrOO. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. by Bomo of our moro advanced feeders UA.GGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Those who have used Dr. King's New DIscov those who have not For any information enquire of that scarcely anything, from a ration of ery know its value and try it free. Call on thehaseadnow the opportunity to JOES. KICE. Agent, grain to an armful of straw, saw a cow, voriiti.! druirciit and cct a tiial bittle free. Send Or Stanford, Ky Co , Chicago, and liorso or hog till it had beon subjected to your name to 11. E Huck'en W. W. PENN, Trav. Pass. Agent, get a trial bottle of Dr. King's Now Llle Pills as Junction City, Ky a thorough cooking or steaming. Long well as a copy of Guide to Health ami Household 01 articles wero written and longer imperii Instructor tree, uiyou wnicn iisu.iaiiiti nothing at A. R. Penny'a J !a B. .Cattleman. A. G. Lanham read at farmers' meetings showing how you good and cost Ki".; drugstore. a very littlo food properly cooked would of Tyler Co.. V.. O. W. O. Hardman, work miracles in preparing a good deal Va., appreciates a goodshentT and does not hesithing of meat for tho block. Today there is tate U say ao. He was almost prcetrattd with a a bottle very littlo of this done, and those who cold when he procured says' "itof Chamberlain's gas e me prompt Cough Itrmeuy. He ft to be an Invaluable remedy for do it aro told by all the experimont sta relief. I find For sale by Dr. S. G. Hocktions in tho conntry that by so doing coughs and colds.' er. thoy aro not only not adding to tho valuo of tho food, but aro actually suffering n loss of about 20 per cent. This is an eyo opener and has spread her Castor'".. consternation in tho ranks of soma of Vlwm Jinny wni stole, we MANAGERS, our most advanced and painstaking feed- When alio was a CUM, sho cried for CoatocU. ers. Many of them cannot believe that na Orunorce Building", Louisville for years they havo not only wasted When he becamrt ?liss, she olunc to Cutoriv bad ITiiklren, sho gvethem CartorU. When Agents throughout the South. jZL much valuable time, but that thoy have been reducing tho valuo of their gram M. F. Greeley IrVa A. TSIBBLE, Local Agront, nearly or quito In Dakota Farmer. LOTjfsVILLE And CINCINNATI wlthdescrlpticnsof same and is esrcutol In the highest style ol art. If not satisfied with it after uu ; VOU wet It we will reiunu me siampi keep the book. Address II. E. llucklen o. .u . contains full page views of the great buildings, Democratic primary Saturday, Man n t, i4 I HER, Candies, JESS ROUT, Manajer. P W GREEN, Proprietor. ' fvfvmp thing to Eat Dealer In Groceries, THE GOFFEY HOUSE il'ANFORD, KY., I ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. m insurance Company BAEBEE&OASTLEMAN Corn, Tomatoes, String 13cans, 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, plums Clov'r leaf salmon Gr.gaugcr Roast Iteef, Mushroons, Chipped Hcef, Ox Tongue, Deviled Ham, Potted Ham, Amer. Sardines, Mackerel, Mustard Sardines. Fancy Goods, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now la my charge and I intend 10 conduct II ao as to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add W Its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial irase'crs and fin. rooms for th disploy of samples. lAIFIrst-Clas- s And 17-1- Fruits, &c. Desires to thank you for your pa- tronage during the year which is almost gone and asks a continuance during the coming year. When Hungry try one of his Saloon J. & - IIILLIAKD and POOL ROOMS attached 1 JOSEPH COFFKY H, SOWDER. W. II. MILLKK. MILLER SOWDER, REAL STANFORD, -:- ESTATE - KENTUCKY. one-fift- h. Heinz' Goods in Stock. Preserves, 25 CTS MEALS Doalors and Brokers, - STANFORD, KY. y iS. J. mi .J."" ' ' ' .T!!!?Tirrr?!!!!""M,: Llvo Stork In livo stock raising, as in everything else, all things como to him who hustlo3. Point. HorfolkiWeslemlll CURES GROFULA Mrs. E. J. Itowcll, Sleilford, Mass., says her mother has been cured ot Scrofula by tho nso or four bottles of tKKKM aItcr having had went, and being mucliotbor treat- retluced tc quite .1 low condition of health, as It was thought bIio could not live. IM Cured my little boy scrofula yicarcd all 0 at year I had somj" Ss,Pl of heredl-whic- h ap- - face. For venunallhopo recovery, when Unaily Induced to uso A. few bo ttlcs cured lilm, and no Ky.Bntoms of tho diseaso remain, Mi. T. L. Mathers. MathenrlUo, Miss. T x was of hid WVV O-- bock on Mood aad Skin Diseases mslled free. SVirr Si KCITIC CO., Atlanta. Ca. ' a "a a-- j ?p -- . y-t- i ' x' $ ifl, " ,. iii.i FOR A CLEAN xX SUave, Stylish Jesaa Thompson's IU I Hair Cut, Barber Shop, Or a Nice, Refreshing Uath Go to also agent for the Lexington Steam Laundry, The Best In the Country. Schedule Nov. 19, 189J. Sort your cabbages, laying out the small and inferior ones to themselves. LEAVE N0K10N:DAILY They will mako the best of food for tho EIU'CO p. m. for Graham, lllucficld, Pocahonta New stock of Canned goods, evRichmond and Norfolk. hens in tho frozen mouths when green Lynchburg, Cars from Roanoko to Norlolk also Sleeping food has disappeared. Chop thorn up from Lynchburg to Richmond. ery can guaranteed. Chrystalized and Trains tor Pocahontas, Powhatan 13 1 Gooiln fine. While thero is no great nourishULiafi.-liilailv at iu. in. i....llluefield 630am 6 to aooop m daily for Pie Preparation, VanlloutensCo-co- a ment in tho cabbago, it will serve to aud Leave Columbus, O., Chicago aud all points and Atmore's Plum Pudding. keep tho poultry in good condition and Kenovaand leeper on 9 00 p m train tor Co West. Pullman make them relish the dry feed. East daily at HOCKER. It has been suggested that the teacher Trains arrive at Norton from the McKlNNEY 'Vjfu'ltherlnformation as to schedules, rates and trustees of tho district school interd A Western est tho children in tho hunt during win- Ac. apply to agents of Norfolk J111.VXL.U, ". 1. Roanoke, Va. Gen. Pass. Agt ter for insects injurious to tho farmer's Co M. F. BRAGG, Trav. Pass. Agent. crojis and livo stock. Tho grubs, caterpillars and insects hido under Btones, of stanford,:ky., Portland. bark and boards to winter over. They San Francisco. Is now fully organised and ready for business with can be dislodged from their hiding places and destroyed by the hundred. $200,000 Paid up Capitalof In England tho word "thoroughbred" A Surplus, . 2C000 is apjihed only to the race horse. In SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL this country it is used indiscriminately VIA HANK OK STANFORD, of all animals of pure breed. Unless Now closing up) with the same asset, aud undei ono bears in mind the English ueago, the same management. II y provisions of its chatter, depositors are as however, tho term "thoroughbred" will fully protected a. aie depositors in National bo a littlo confusing. It certainly would Banks, Its shareholder, being held individually a . fAifcAi3 f''-"-- ''fv..'''i't a" liaole to the extent of the amount of their stocl be so to an Englishman as we use it. ffi ' ?ri" AtBANTt CHICagQ ftt iV therein at the par value thereof, in addition to ths Full blood and jmro bred mean in Amerj) &) toJISVIltl MV amount invested in such shares. It may aetai executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully ai ica the same as thoroughbred. Probably an individual. tho usage bore will gradually conform PULLMANSAND To those who entrusted their buisiness to ut while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol to that of Great Britain. A cross bred PARLOR OARS. Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and animal is the product of a pure blood trust they will continue to transact their businesi siro of ono breed and a pure blood dam with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attsn ONLY LINK FROM LOUISVILLE tion to same, our twenty years' experience it of another. A grade is an animal partand as liberal accommodations as are con- DINING - CARS. bankingwith sound banking. ly Que blooded, partly of common stock. RUNNING . sistent . WRITK TO says: "The cost ot A poultryman DIHICTOKS: changing from mongrels to thorough- K. H. IUCON, I). I'. A. V. J REED, G. PA. J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; S. H. Shanks, Stanford ; Chicago, 111. Louisville, Ky. breds is nothing as compared to the benJ. S. Owsley, Stanford; efits." Denver. S.J. Embry, Stanford; St. Paul. Two to three pounds of Bilago a day U J. II. Owsley, Msnf rd; tho proper amount for high grade sheep, J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford; Minglo hay nud silage for sheep feed. A. W. Carpeuter, Mllledgeville, Ky Just bofore lambing time givo ewes in W. H. Cummins, Prcachersvillc Came to my premrses on the 19th of February two pounds of silage, ono pound winter Sow and Five Pigs Owner can get them S. H. Shmls, President, of hay and half a pound of bran or oats s.yblack and paying for this notice describing piopoity Dr. J. JI. Owsley, Cashier, "' i'.Sl, fey. daily. This ration is good to product .d her keep. W.M. Bright, Teller., milk. 11 l D Chili Sauce, Pepper Sauce, Olives, & Tomato Catsup, And you will certainly go back Celery Sauce, and try him again. Mustard dressing, White Onions, property' for sale. 1. Fine lllue Grass Farm ol and finely imprcvcu. . Office Interior Journal Hullding. ajjtf acres on pike Offered at low pnev. 4. Farm of too acres, finely Iroprosed. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD. KY. Fine lllue Grass Farm, of 10 jaerf, In high 01 cultivation, well improve u; offered low ... 1- .... Itlil. f?rat I'lm. rtt nill from Stanlerd: uowl s liri.lln price and on easy terms. state . .... Hlue-izrai- & Capital Stock. Surplus that this A..tu..-a .3200,000 21.300 Rail-roa- Farmers Rank&Trast -- World's Fair Record. CHICAGO "' ! i.i' -- " to tho fac 11 invited Rank in Stanford of the National Hank Act Under the provisions depositors are secured not only by the capital slock, but by the stockholders' liability lor an to the stock, so that depositors ol amount this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 Five aworn statements of thucondilion of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and Us assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititons andperfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as th. Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1858, then ised as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1S65 and the First National Hank of again SUnlord In iS8j, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of 31 years. It is better supplied now with tacllitiesfortraniactiiig business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounta of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully sobered. The Directory of this Hank ta composed ol Forestu. Reid, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. Haydcn, Stanford; Is the only National of tht pat.!i. an S.ll. llaughman,Lincoln; J. S. Uocker. Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D, Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J.Miller. Mt. Vernon 8 to is. Town lets in Stanford In areas to suit purchanjra. . 17. Ninetvthrce aero fino farm wit,. i.n. mill, dwelling and other improvements, on tike fmtlaast frrsttt Slsnlnr.l 14 Large blue grass larm, capable ol division Into smaller farina, Desirable In every parlic-u-lar-. Oiler ed low and on very easy terms. 6. Good frame building; well finished on Main stnvt, m Eastern nan of Staufoad S feet front, aoo back. Will sell at a bargain. 79. Small farm ol 3o acres, a mllus Irom Stanfcrd ai a Dargain. 31. Farm of fVi acres on Hanging Fork, near I urnersville r ine lllue grass land, welbwatered, fronts on pike, with good Improvements and nice young :hard. Price low. 3. Hotel, store houw and cottage, nicely and conveniently located, near depot In London, Ky ...... -. unv.....K, iuur iiKim. in cottage. btorc houseofsreoms All new buildings, good barn. Lot 200x300 feet. Fine location Also for store and hotel. Will sell cheap an I on easy terms. 3J. Dwelling on Lancaster St , North of railroad. Six rooms and store house Good cistein, Darn and all necessary outbuildings Heautlful location. Lot with frontage issxsoo feet. Term, reasonable. Cottage with j rooms: good cistern, 3 Nice garden. Frontago 150150 feet 011 North side h. Main St., Stanlord. Will exchange for personalty or realty at a bargain. ..-.A two-sto- ry .- JAMES YKAtER. THOMAS YEAGKR. YEAGER & YEAGER, J. S. Hocker, President; John J. McRobertx, Cashier; A. A. McKinnev.f Asjittant Cashier. Will Were In FEED AND SALE STABLE, STANFORD, B.Y. new stable in the Opera Hlockand arc well supplied with ESTRAY NOTICE. our Home DR. W. B. PENN5T NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have been purchased and noth urnouts will ltave the stable. Dentist. Office South Sid. Main St., in office recently vacated by Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Give them a Call. t t