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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894022701 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. PWrPJpwpii 'HPflWyw V" 'JfW' wwn'i''tiPffwiii i.jnypiyr "V3ff 'I vol. xxi. Semi Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1894. CHURCH AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. ! MATRIMONIALMATTERS. NO. 103 DAHVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Friday. had been married over (SO years survives here. Baptist church Sunday night. Jolin Ilauflo, of Kockrnatle, Hnd Mips him. Itev. W. H. Munnell, pastor of tho A fellow baa opened n shooting y H. G. Fox A Co., have concluded to Faunio Hubble, of this county, wero Central Misslou, Louisville, is said to bo in tho Homphill store-roounited in married at Mr. Edward Part sell no horses at their coming March salo. hopelessly ill. HB m3 (lo0 a Rreal Tho republican county committee At this sale only jacks and jennets will work for or's Saturday. Christ BInco ho reformed and will meet Saturday and reorganize. be offered. James Wheolor, aged 70 and three Sterling Silver, left journalism. Mantel Clocks. Tho heaviest snow of tho winter fell timi'H a widower, nnd Mrs. Kliza Curd, Casey Owsloy, of Lancaster, will Rich Jewelry, Agonta of tho Salvation Army have Sunday, leaving Bronzes, an average depth of 72 and who has been marrinJ tlio baiiiu Centro Collece. in the Inii.r.Hnl. purchased 200,000 Pine Watches, acrw of land in Mex- about four inches. Spectacles, number of times, woro united in wed- legiato Oratorical contest to bo held at ico, arid will Silver Plated Ware, provide homes for 5,000 Miss Hattio Vaughan, of Shelby ville, Rorrcrs' Goods.'- lock's holy bonds nt the groom's homo Lexington in April. unm.ea iKen irom tho poor of England will commence u Onyx Tables, BanqUct Lamps, subscription school noar Wayuosburg Sunday. G. A C. P. Cecil ehippod to Dallas, Tex- and tho United States. Imported Chinas, near Marksbury next week. Mrs, James McCaun, of Kayotte, as, f)(J head of fine trotting stock which Novel Tho Methodist is peculiarly tho piMrs. Jas. Hoinphiil and Miss Kato Art Goods and prominent in aocirty circles and very will be sold there nt auction. Maker of the "Logan's Fort Souvenir Charley oneer church. In Oklahoma it has Wnlden have returned from Cincinnati bpoon. wealthy, lias (lied a milt for divorce Kico nnd Granville Cecil, Jr., were in Our stock the most complete. Our prices the lowest. iwUthluhed 103 congregations to ninl Indiananolis We whnm thnv ),,.,.i,t will convince you that this is the against her husband. She churned him charge. 28 Baptist, a I Presbyterians, 24 place to trade Congretheir stock of millinery. with adultery with the colored cook. Jacob Smith, another oldest mason gational nnd six Episcopal. Friday will bo tho last dnv for filint? Air. McCanu and wife have been mar- in tho U. S. died in Hoylo county, nged -- i nereis still burning In India n suits to tho March term of tho Garrard 1)7. ried only two years. Ho is also said to have been H. fire that wns lighted by tho Parsees circuit court, which commences tho secTwo weeks aco Miss Corino Kathcr oldest Methodist In Kentucky, havlnif 12 centuries ago. Tho fire is fed with ond .Monday in next mouth. ine Uruyore, a Dayton, O , belle, married belonged to that church .M) years. sandal nnd other fragrant woods nnd is Tho band boys have engaged a GorJ. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. 0. K. Peace at Hot Springs, Ark., after a Mr. William Woolfolk Johnson nnd replenished five times a day. man barber to eomo horo and open a short courtship. Tho ceremony was ro Miss Klizaboth Loe Hell, daughter of Mr. Tho .'SO Bible societies in existence shop. He Is n fine musiciau and will 23d, 1894. mantically performed on horseback. and Mr. Thomas II. Dell, wero married havo issued over 210,000,000 Bibles. Eng-lis- play tho violin and clarionet. the bride tired of her alliance and Wodnemlny evening at half-ps- t Nrml1 eight nnd American societies claim s Mr. J. I. Hamilton received a tele-th- at An. Lxc.II.nt boarding department. Sch' '"Che"' 8uPerIor cou"" '" Literature, Muale a.d brought suit for divorce and alimony. o'clock, nt the residence of tho bride's CaUloSue. ,nd clfcular, furnlihml on application. of this output. This mnk nnn gram from Gov. McCreary Btating A Chicago man waa married the oth- parent. copy to every six of tho inhabitants of his nomination for postmaster here er day to u bride furnished him by a Paul Jones, the base-bathe globo, hnd been confirmed by tho Senate. matrimonial agency. Shortly after the catcher, of Covington, was run over Ten million dollars is the average lho democratic county executive ceremony the happy bridegroom missed by a heavy flro engine aud seriouslv In contribution to the bride. And in a fow momenta more jured. Two of his left ribs were broken. timated that if tho 40,000,000 It is es- committee will meet Thursday and all Protestant candidntes that want their names put lie missed his gold watch, some dia- slid it is feared that ho lus other inti.r. vwiurcu members gvo Say any thing about it, but should any one happen to only a penny n on tho ballots, will havo to put up ask you, tell monds and a roll of money. Tho vic- n.il injuries of a seriou natun. their day for missions it would ninouut every them that of the cost of tho primary to be timized benodict is suing the agency to Mr. L. '1. Yragor died at his homo year to f 140,000,000. hold on tho 17th. A remarkable religious revival recover tho value of tho stolen goods. in tho old Providenco neighborhood Fri- in Jtev. J. R. Tercy will leave on his Mr. K. liremer, the clovor gentleday morning al five minutes past ten Jackson, Ohio, conducted nt tho M. E. vacation Thursday. lie will go to Louib-villman who has been in tho beer bottling o'clock, after a protracted illness of what Church by Rv. J. M. Weir since Jan. 7 tako n steamboat for Nw Orleann business hero for tsveral years, was mar- was pronounced cancer of tho Btomach. Ched Tuesday llfght with !M rnnrr and from thoro go to Florida. His many Are Selling sions. The rovlviil ried at tho Home Hotel in His death had been looked for daily durn Louisville yesterday to Mlai Paulino ing the past week or so, aud the familv the denominations, and moro than 750 friends hopo that ho will return fully restored to health. Hirschfleld, formerly of Ottouheim, but was not unprepared for tho end. The conversions aro reported. Mr. Casey M. Owsloy Key. Aaa Booth, of Piney who has had a poiition with tho above luneral waa held at Providence church Flats, represent Centre College was selected to in tho hotel for several years. Mr. Bremer is n and was conducted by Her. J. W. Lynch. Tenn., has a racord as is a record. Ho Oratorical contest which takes For the Oliver Chilled is 75 year old, has boen married splendid buamrw man, and the most liurial in tho Danville cemetery. Plows at reduced prices and they guarantee The three place nt Lexington in April. The judg- every piece accommodating of gentlemen, while his deceased was about years of ago times and is the father of 20 children, 25 es woro to fit as well and last as long as any made. Hon. J. Proctor Knott, Judge R. of whom ars living. He also has 75 bride is said to be both handsome and and was a member of tho P. Jacobs and Dr. Dunlap. Mr. Owsley accomplished. That their lives may family of hU name, being a son of tho grand, 25 nnd 15 is tho second Lancaster boy to roceive be one continual round of happi-nes- late Churchill Yeager. During tho children. In his day ho hai zlstie-wthis honor, Mr. Lucien Nool winning it 000 converts, married :100 couples tho Intkiuou Journal sincerely greater portion of hia life he has been n year or so ngo. hopes. engaged in farming in tho Providenco nnd preached 400 funeral sermons. Ho Mr. Will Dunlan. who is now inv. neighborhood. He was twice married, has just closed a meotlnir with HOrnn. o ing for a Cincinnati house, was here Christian College Notes. to his first wife having been Catherine fesslons. see his mother Sunday. Dr. Hugh Hruce. daughter of Henry Uruce, of LinThere wero two nd.litinna Opposite Coffey House, adv. i,n Miss Lucy Word, of Liberty, made coln. Three children, Mrs. Frank C. church as tho remit of Ust week's meet-in- Grant has about recovered from a unrnrn spell of tho grip. Mrs. W. G. Dunlan Wood, of Indianapolis, Thos. Yeager, of her son, McGarvey, h visit. at the Baptist church, which closed and children loavo for Lexington, Miss Lily McCormick from McCor Stanford, and Misa Etta Yeairor of tho bunday. ll.y. Bn Helm's meeting nt their futuro homa. Mr. Dunlin ha . tnick neighborhood, and Mr. Frank firrt marralge, are now llvinic. His soc- - tho Presbyterian church also closed tho ken tho position of business manager of Has opened a nice line of Household Furniture and will put them out North from Mt. Salem entered College ond wife was Miss Lizzio Jedrios, and to same day. Thwro were about a dozen last week. them wero born Kate Lee, Jeffries and confessions and many "baptlims of tho mo muairateu h.entucklan. Miss Ellen at the lowest cash price. G. Owsloy is visiting Miss Ohastino .MMio.i Ijtura Hubble, nnostimableyoung Annie May, These, with tho widow, Holy Ghost." liov. W. E. Files' meet-incGregor, in Louisville. Mrs. W. T. West lady, of Danville, spent from Saturday are also left to mourn the great loes. Mr. is still in progress and will continue I is critically ill at her homo on Danville Yeager was a devout member of tho n long at intartst is manifested. Thert, until Monday with her cousin, Mias Ave. Tho little daughter of Chief of To those wanting a nice, new, clean bill of Baptist church nt Providenco nnd was havo been 11 additions to dato. Surber. Furniture. Those wantPolico Arnold is some bettor ing anything m my line will make it profitable by seeing my line beMiss Alice Ford, a teacher in Mil- - highly esteemed by the congrogation. General Storekeeper, "Goose egg" Ows- fore buying elsewhere. Give me a The Lacal Option Law. lorsburg Female Oollego spant Saturday call and be convinced. Tho lirsa paod by the Legislature of ley was hero Sunday. u cm i ii o uOinuS. and Sunday of last week at the College. Tho annual reunion of tho Mexican Kentucky, as found on pago 214, of tho Miss Ford had charge of the music deMrs. Lucy Ingram, nn old nnd woll veterans who reside in Lancaster was 1891-0acts of 93, after making provispartment in 0. 0. for tire years, and, by known Indy of Wayne, is dead. ions for tho petition of tho voters, tho hold on tho 22od instant. Only three her conscientious, effective work made Oar people deeply sympathize with remain viz. Cant. Frank J. White. C.nt uajy warm friends among both the pu- our townsman, Mr. Thomas 0. Yeagor, order for an election, questions to tho voters, dutv of emmtv Charles Gallagher and Gen. W. J. Lan- pils and patrons in the loss of his father. Mr. Leo T. Yea- clerk, duty of shoriii; notices, canvassing dram. An elegaut dinner was prepared Hustonville is by no means behind board, Ac. Provides in section 4, as fol by Mrs. Holmes which was relished by other towns in Christian and Education in another column. tho veterans and called forth a voto of lowc nl enterprise. She has ono College with Steele Mackaye, tho uuur aud Jiuu thanks to tho hostess. Tho soldiers of "After tho entry of the canvnssing over 100 pupils enrolled, 21 in boarding atlst, died in his special car on the San-tho Mexican war aro very proud of their board, na above provided for, in tho department, two private schools, both Fe road, near Ln Junta, Col. His book of tho county court, if tho voto service, and claim that they added unwith good attendance, a Chautauqua death removes from the world a man of told wealth to the nation by tho requisiClub, which moots every Saturday after real genim, who was 50 years iu advance is given against tho sale, barter or loan of tion of enough territory to mako a half spirituoun, vinous or malt liquors in tho noon and a Christian Kndeavor, all of of his time. dozen large states. The reunion of tho Baid county, city, town, district or prewhich promise to effect much good. '1)2 aud cinct, as tho cuss may be, to any person veterans of tho State will bo hold nt QOKKN AM) OlIKHCK.ST HoUTB. "GlimnMies Ethyl Wright, Class of Miss Je'iniu Went, n teacher in Garrard fies of the World's Fair." A selection of oxcept as here in - nfter provided, Lawrenceburir in September. Co., paid C. 0. a call on Thursday. Mibs 10J Gems of tho White City seen through any person who shall sell, barter or In. Large Assortment. Sizes and Shapes to suit even the most fastidious. THE CENERAL ASSEMBLY. JSthyl is most kindly remembered by her the Camera. This hmnUoino volume directly or indirectly, any such liquors in said county, city, town, district or teachers nnd schoolmates. She was a containing 102 photographic TheSonato passed tho substitute for e giod student, nnd won the vnlidlctory views of tho ontiro Exposition, showing precinct, shall, upon couvictiou bo fined tho House bill abolishing the State board of her class. She, like moat of the grad- an main bindings, all state and territor-ia- l tho sum of not les than $100 nor moro of equalization requiring tho board to buildings, all foreign buildings, than $200 for each oflonse. And any meet ouly every four years and havo no uates of 0. 0., has been a teacher, having just closed a school nt Milledgevillo. grounds, statuary, lagoons, and nbout 40 Bale, barter or loan of any article, with urisdiction over personal property. Flattering reports of her work greet us, viewBof tho great Midway Plaisance, tho agreement expressed, or implied, Mark Twain's homily on bequests at when wo meet her patrons. It is a great will bo sent to any address on receipt of that tho right or title to, or possession of pleasure to have tho old pupils of the 25 cents and fivo cents for postage. This any spiritous, vinous or malt liquors Fairhaven, Mass., the occasion being tho College visit their former home, and re- book has been issued by the greatest of shall also pass, shall bo considered a salo, presentation to that corporation of a town hall by Henry count the pleasant incidents, which oc- Southern railroads-t- ho Queen it Cres- barter or loan, within tho terms of this & U. Rogers, living, was in the happiest curred during the time that they wero cent Route and its excellence is with- Act." Suction provisions of this vein of that humorist. immediate members of the College fami out a II iw. A most delightful collection His main conAct shall not apply to any manufacturer tention was over tho inability of ,. ly. v.f va.iouu ... tho avuuno, i.. Biimu nnu mil or wholesalo dealer, who, iu good faith erage wealthy dead man "to accept Tho teachers of the College enterbook. Many such collectho nnd in the usual courso of trade, sells by met mat circumstances over tained the Christian Endeavor on Fri- tions aro large and cumbersome. which ho Send tho wholesale, In About '25 wero your address and 150 cents to W. O. Bin. day evening the 10th. quantities of not less has no control havo limited his activ. v.. arson. GenerRl Pmhhhi. i.ar "(,1111, VIII- - than five gallons, delivered at ono time, ities." present. After n short business meeting ,v. a ,.., aud not to be drunk on tho promises; the society resolved itself Into a commit cinnati, O. Mrs. Nancy Hall, tho grandmother of , IKMKMI)Klt.-T- hrtt Hie WlHCOllHin f!.n. nor shall tho provisions of this act apply Edna Hall, who waa the victim of Fhil tee of tho whole to promote social enjoy-meutrai has tho unqualified endorsomeut of to druggists unless it bo written in tho Kvaus, tho rapist, huug in promptly-giveWith Misses Thomson, VnnArs Bardstown on doll, nnd Bennett as leaders, a happier all, it being tho most popular line be- petition, notice nnd order for tho elec- February 5, was found frozen to death tween Chicago and Milwaukee and St. tion that tho provisions of this law nnd near tho homo of band could not have been found, her Bon, Ed Hall. Her wero served in a cozy and Paul, Minneapolis and the Northwest prohibition shall apply to druggists. condition showed that she had been . The provisions of this Act havo been drinking. unique way on tho desks in tho College it is recognized as the Pullman Line beZFEZCsTIfcT-X-.so complied with that no drucciat will chapel, after which they retired to tho tween Chicago nnd Milwaukee nnd AshMibs Lottie Gibson, of Triplett, W. land, Duluth and Lake Superior points. be allowod to sell liquors, only for sacra Ya., boat her former g parlor, whore tho remainder of tho beau, Pat Horrick, was spout in conversation and iu tho That the Wisconsin Central touches tho mental purposes. within an inch of his life with a loaded most prominent pointe in Wisconsin, enjoyment of delightful music. Tho cano because ho hod slandered her During tho past seven days thero of tho Christian Kndeavor certainly having moro business centers than any lho whipping took place just back of a 2SS businoss failures in tho United points in tho right direction; aud all that railway to and from tho Northwest. wero cnurcn wiierea big revival was going on. e opposite desire to elevate society, should lond a That its dining car Boryica is unsur- States, as compared with 10:1 tho correDave Cottiugham, of Springfield, O., sponding weeks of last year. For tho passed by any other Hue, and that its helping hand. returned home from serving a sir year's will cheerfully furnish nv first two weeks of February the liabilisays ho uovor was in information that may be desired. ties of firms which havo failed wero f S.. sentence in tho pen, to find a man in Mr. Cleveland For bod with his wife. He beat him almost better health, tho reports to the contrary full details regarding Rates, Routes, :U9,G'JS, while for the first two weeks of to v complete btock of death and is now in jail awaiting his notwithstanding, aud adds: I am forced ruiuore, maps etc. auuress your uearest January tho liabilities wero trial for assault and battery. to concluJo that there is an epidemic of ticket agent or Jas. O. Pond, Gen. Pass. Henry Spencer, confined in tho emanating from tho dull and Agont, Milwaukee, Wis. mendacity Thomas county, Ga., jail under sentence of some of theso corroa- Mr. R. G. Dunn, wiio nrcfnrrnd lm stupid brains ot death, shot the jailer dead and made Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. tinnilontrf." charges which landed Erastua Wiman in WTien Hauy was sick, wn gara her Castor!. Prescriptions accu"" ins escapo. rately Compounded. Oacar Westfall, tho Tombs, U..JO..I the proper time nil When sh wua a Child, ah cried for Castorla. Give him a Call. Mrs. AlicoSilor sues Illd allegations rMlL; Emil'r Tnrne. "ha tetldM at will be substantiated. When she bocama Miss, sha clung to Castorla, of Belleville, Mich., for $23,000 damages Wajhitjjton. ua thil she hat never been Toledo. able to hor husband liquor, under tho Mr. minim's friends wero unable to se When ahe had Children, ahe g vo them Coatoria. 'or selling ievei the palu ao quickly and effectually as inllueuco of which ho shot a man atd euro tho necessary $25,000 bond, and in Chamber am t Pain lUIm aud that the hu also utedlilor Uma btck with great luccsst. For . tlIIO UUt IUIUUOCU. nun At tlffcrtf.rt.l flout to tho penitentiary. was aa!e by . gal-lorrep-resent Ohria. Llnck, a widower of JJS, nntl (Advocate.) -- Glnsgow, Ky., has nine churches. Miss Mary llelder, 2!J, both from tho Col. James A. Fisher died Thursday -- Kev. G. W. Boiling is conducting i'adcrland, woro married nt Ottonhoim night, aged 83. Ufa widow to whom ho revival at the rnlriri.il n...! ..I A good many children in town nro a suiloring with soro eyes. l. Bev. O. H. Greer will preach nt tho Asujmob i;iiuii;ii THE - JEWELER, m B. H. DANKS, tics. Bric-a-Bra- c. en-cr- Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January Ml Sat-urJa- y h four-fifth- well-kno- ll an-nu- al mis-dons- . DOI pro-ra- ta e, W. H. WEARE "Bogus" : Plow Farm' : Inter-Collegia- CO., Repairs to fifty-tw- well-know- n grrat-gran- d great-grent-ura- s, bap-Uze- d FURNITURE : STORE. 25 PER CENT. REWARD g to-da- y g Al-H- o to-da- 2 W. W. WITHERS. Bub-mitte- d U or-d- er - NEW STOCK, NEW STYLES. CTTJST half-ton- ARRIVED. JEWELER,. H. J. McEQBERTS. DHTTGCIST 5.-- Tho t. A Complete linej Watches, Clocks of Drugs and Medi- Gold, Silver and Plated Ware at cine &c. Prescrip lowest prices. Attention a Specialty. tions to repairs. n ovo-nin- in-to- ut GO TO .A.. :R MeRoberts' Drug Store, ourt-rlous- a HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, U $8,6-19,'25- DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS W. B. McROBERTS, ,3 li' U. Hcckir. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. EOlCSalHMH ri n ' mini ' ? t el. ??IT W'V "STflff??" w n. v ?B I i r 1 .; K !il I U Fob Salic. An extra fine milk cow Spotted fover h cpidomic in Marand calf. B. W. Guhuh. Stanford. shal county and a dozon or moro persona Semi-Week- ly George HankinB Bays ho Is going to Interior Journal have already died from it. win the Louisvillo Derby with Danton. In a fight between Poto Andrews of F. T. Perkins, of Madison, has ono of 1894 and John Pierce, reputablo citizens Stanford, Kv Pkbruarv 27, tho formor s Col. T. S. Moborley's premium $500 Brazil, Ind., tho latter bit mules. It is a mare, 173 hands high, 8 At the Louisville Store, that will make this week a memorable one. noso off. a hand feet 7J inches long, head 31 inches from Clearing out dollars in merchandise for dimes in cash. This sale comMonticello is about to W. P. WALTON. The whole foroton to tin of nose, and wears shoes prises an entire stock offered at a greater reduction than has ever been some new echool building. 0 inches from county of Wayuo Is flourishing in mo on hind feet that measure made belorc. toe to cork. way of schools. week Ben. Campbell bought thin Tn, iinrrif, of Middlesboro, was of W0 by a posso which was in from Irvino Jenkins. 37 head shot and killed robbery. pound cattlo at $32 per head. Also of Boarch of him for highway Knyen, (1 head of 800 pounders, for Tho killing occurred near Shawanee, Jid To buy goods. Such low prices cannot prevail long else every mill in Madalikk Pollarp ought to write ft $157 aud two head of Jns. VoorhteH, avTonn. the country ivould be compelled to close. Huy now because you head. book on "What 1 Know About Kissing dispatch from Comptc, ui., eaja erage weight 1,000, for $31 per A know they are low. Every department is complete. Aerican Indiami IliiCKing." If half of the deponents .. killed aud several Harrodsburg Democrat. i blue and gold 5, yard wide unbleached can bo believed alio has kissed more of aboil Tho agricultural department reports go blues 5c American Indigo Chilothers injured by the explosion bleached cotton 4 c, 5 c, 5 c, 6c, laps than any othmen and sat in more A thu total number of horses has decreased cotton 4 YiC -- - mnMOSSn. rreuiimit 10c, 15c, and 25c. CI 111 " er woman in America. Ono fellow, an 12o,M.?, as compared with the returns of dren's, misses and ladies' hose at 5c inLadies' Sleeve Ribbed Vests 20c worth 35c. 4 papers pins lor 5c. in Shilito'a store, Cincinnati, although tho -- Kentucky distillers claim that pro- a year ago, 30 of tho thero was nn total Get you a pair of blanket while they go at half price, 75c for a pair Btalea. Tho Bays ho was engaged to her and would crease in against tho Wilson bill discriminates of number of horses last January was have married her but for the fact that that are worth .Si 50. In fact any thing in the line of winter goods duction of American distillers in favor many libof 3S Prices have declined in nil tho will go at half its value. Outfit to go for this week. We propose to she permitted him to take too Canadian distillers to tho oxtent ho used to po to erties with her. When Htates and territories, except Ilhodo In- wind up winter with cents per proof gallon. alio was attending Wee eee her while -- Ono by ono tho beautiful buildings land and Idaho. Tho number of mules Gkv. Dan Sickles, who has been maCollege, she would throw herself in lyau king a spectacle of himsolf in Congress of the White City are being wiped out in tho country in January was 2,352,231. agricultural his lap and Htay thero for hours and un- for tho last week or two, baa been draw-im- ? by flames. The Bplendid CRAB ORCHARD. til he left, while their lips met in linked nav bb a rotired army officer, as a buildings was fired by incendiaries Sat a memorable one in the So make the last week of February, BWPotnpBa lonn drawn out. Yum, yum, Ho urday and is now a mass of ruins. Congressman and an a pensioner. Mr. M. V. Livingston was with Dr. the trade annals of Stanfoad. For this we have rigged up an outfit yum. ".Madaline," aa "Willie" called ought to give tho country goou service of tho foreign coal minora Doores tins week on his WBy to CincinThirty-fivexclu-biv- e containing every outside article that a man wears. We have priced her, can't be charged with being Walter for such pay, but he Ircquontly makes who recently engaged In tho distructive nati from a drumming tour. this outfit as a whole and in separate items for the sole purpose of atShe was the eamo in her favors. oven hia democratic friends wish that riota in tho Mansfield, Pa . region, have Saunders was hero last week. tracting attention, raising a big row, starting a stampede, that will for affectionate, kissable and huggable crea- his head had boon shot off in tho war been sentenced to the penitentiary Rov. Pickett will lecture at tho clean out the stock in one week. The suit alone is worth the price of congressture whether Bho waa playing a instead of his leg. It is a pleasuro to terms ranging from 15 to 30 mouths. Christian church Wednesday night Hiid the entire outfit. man, a dry goods clerk or a common, note in this connection that tho treasury Col. IngereoU used to say that if ho Rev. Helm, of Stanford, began a meet-iu- g every day man. No wonder such a lovadepartment has decided that he can not lived through February ho felt that he The Suits arc row toe, plain or Mithcr alone or at same church Sunday night. Suit, SG.75 ble being wound herself around and draw pay aa a retired officer and as a year. had a lease on Ufa for another double and single cap, lace or gai- in the 9.25 outLivingston is at Mm Alice David, of Hiuong tho teuaclea of the impressionaCongresaman at tho Bame timo. The This is an article of tho Colonel's ere.d her father. Win. StuartV, in n very crit- - Shoes, ter, well mado, fit. 1. 00 breasted, ble Willie, who would now convince the pension department ought now to rule subscribe. to which wo can all cheerfully Fine regular price They have a traiued leal condition. was a poor people and tho court that ho n iioiniuoa 1U tho Bame way. The salary of $5,000 is -T-wo iihi HMiin p.ay.ng s The shirts arc they go for Not aud good medical worsteds. Hat, D little, unsophisticated man, unable to moro than enough for the services of auch making four nunes a Mna with her a day and one worth less $1 either alone laundered dress tiou. Mr. Davis was here tins weeK. blandishments of such a withstand tho a Congressman. minute could continue U8.U0U.wuu yearn bosoms, plain or Mrs. Kate Kbcrt is spending a few Shirt, SO than $10. They or in $9.25 outwoman. But such a plea finds little ...:. orlmiistinL' all the combinations,eifirst fancy. Regular fit. go for $6.75 moro favor, now than when tho The Louisville Critic in a half column of tho game, tho total of which is 21S- days with her aunt Mrs. W. M. Higgins agrees that article handles tho The Hat.s arc price Si; they go 10 ther alone or in in the country. Mr. Chris McCluro is Collar, man made it. Everybody outfit-Thkicked out case without gloves, but lmi to hold 52S.2ll.S10. for tho slop for 50c either a- e fine felt a) pines, old Adam ought to have been the $9.25 McCroary introduced buying up a lot of feeders -R- epresentative and the more ono hand to its noso whl'o doing bo. distillery. lonc or in the Shoes are spring shapes. of the garden of Eden, regulation at Will Jamea' Silk Tic, in tho House tho bill for the o PerkiiiH has had a Little people read about "Willie" and Mada- It is particularly sovero on the Congresagood solid leath- Regular $1.50. $9.25 outfit. fisheries. It carries of Boring aea seal time with mumps which havo left line the moro they think that both de- man who in hia effort to paint aa a harS9-2er, broad or nar- - They go for 75c tho recommend-tion- s father lot the poor creature whose favora he out to a great extent IMris arbitration him in a very weak condition with a serve tlio fate that befell our first of tho recent hacking cough. Pattio Perkins, his ilttlo Tim collars arc reeulnr vnlv linen. Thev to for 10c either alone or and mother. sought has gona Into tho grave nnd re- commission. He Bcandals. hardly ableto walk with in 5?n.2C outfit. The tics arc new styles, all silk tccks. All shades dead and gone -- Gen. Aureuo Rivera, the Mexican mstor, has been and ankle. At last Prendergsst is under Bentenco surrected to build himself up by be outfit. foot and they go for 15c cither alone or in the has tried discovered tho famous "Jicama" an iiiilnmed ol death, with the dBy fixed for Matcli of thoso whom, who Mrs. Scott Karris wishes to inform smirching tho characters miseuro of typhus, clttlnw that 23d, though it is probable that tho Brockin- - root for the as friends. Ho believes the ladies that she desires tneir sowing of Mayor Uarrison will in life, ho claimed cure small-poerable assassin it will also beyond the hope .of against again. Little Clell 1). Johnston, of not hang that day, as a bill of exceptions ridge i8 damned that it can bo used effectively is witli his Hiitit, Mrs. J. H. earthly salvation. yellow fover. will bo filed before the supremo court Ktfniiimuiinil entered Mrs. Buohnnan'a A Washington dispatch states that, which may delay tho most desired conWhex HisjL'ins. who is under sentence to make school Monday. Miss Lena Gray, of made a as president Cleveland is nnablo summation. Tho condemned of death at Chicago, heard that Prondor-i?aTeun., also entered tho matter, ex Lieut. Cumberland Gap, rambling speech when asked if he had waa billed to go henco on tho same up his mind in A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor as a the fame school last week. anything to eay why sentence should not day and on the same scaffold with him, Gov. Hindman has been suggested of the winKentucky Tho heaviest snow storm T. D. RANEY, Manager. be pasaed upon him, in which he de- ho became very indignant and uaiu tnai compromise selection for the ter fell Saturday night and Sunday. We nounced hia attorneys for making ho did'nt mind being hung so much aa Pension Agency. and to Metcalfe county, aro having winter in earnest, -l- vdward Roso, of the "dirty, infamous and disreputable ho did standing in line with that cowhavo good fires and waim to thoce who plea of insanity," tho court for listen-ingt- ardly sDalneen. Mr. Higgins may not baa oboyed tho Scriptural Injunction of provisions, and mon-eof tho "newspper and replenish tho earth. Ho is clothing, plenty tho clamor permitted to choose his company for increase bo drawing interest it is a pleasant time. 10 trust" and tho doctors for examining his th. npektio social, but all tho same ins 77, has been married twice and had (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn,) ,.. ni tvliMi eamo the other But many are homeless, moneyless, i.m.i. ..... head without invitation. "It was an aversion to having to appear for tho first UUIIUIC11, " w. Btarvinp, to luch the and friendless thing to crucify Christ and it and only timo with an assassin is to bo day, a boy nnd a girl. and L. T. Parker, "beautiful snow" has few attraction. hang me," he will bo as infamous to -J- amea Crandall commended. arrived concluded. It is hoped that there will two American prospectors, have Tliu Alluring l'lctiire. A caccus is to bo held by tho democrats at Durango, Mexico, claiming to have acdelay in the proceedings and bo further o' mercy, thero' it nan txutln up ht p!. tho proprioty cidentally discovered the lost Spanish Laws tur'e! that infamous or not, the assassin will be of tho House to consider roforenco to Seeds, will occupy this space this year f ni,nn;nn Mm mien with mine of fabulous richness in a remoto Ran nn (ell tho ScroKnttiw an tho Bolts aa Saddles, Harness, Hay and hung on schedule lime. Victor. if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. to be pursued when members part of tho Sierra Madras. the courso Ain't ther I'tirtyT Ooodnew iukcil Natural and Tub proprietor of the Courier-Journans nntur'l fail to vote. In view of recent events, President Dole, ol Hawaii, nua .serr.,.,!. I,,,, nnniif in tB done, even if ated the foriegn ministry from the pres- Be tho big rhlnoHtcrhorv nn the Alligator! the vonerable and beloved Mr. W. N. Haldeman, may be old in years, but thero has to bo a resort to tho Reed in- idency and will at onco begin drafting n There' n lady with n skirt likw a ambernller, on n lopln horse, mllili at a fuller. of that he is cheaper than he 5b young in wajB and therefore not novation of counting a quorum. up hoops for her to Juroi Heforc you buy and you will be convinced new Constitution for the government An a clown only keepB the mechanical facilities of aa President has the cheapest. , in. tho islands. Hia salary Inicrostin? Met yer life thnt thero show It Norman L. Monro, the dime novel hia great paper up with the procession, V. L. WITHERS, Salesman. been fixed at ?1'J,000 a year. bUinpln. effects of an but considerable in tho advance of it. He publisher, died from tho of his vermiTho snow was pretty general all Look nt thntifymft, with n neck Jf' liko heavy basement of the operation for tho removal has just placed in tho over the country and particularly Iailuer. building on the cornor of form appendicitis. Thero is no irony in tho South. Tennessee, Arkansas, Lund nn !okey dotted nn slimmer than ill magnificent man who has hhfifMe r. 4th and Green, a $50,000 Hoe press, tho about such a fate. Tho Alabama, Georgia, tho Virginas Ool I reely thought I hcerd thm big Horn to debaso tho minds of Texas, finest printing machine in tho world, done so much roann andCarolinas catching it severely. At - OF d the youtli of the land deserves to have was that man in thoensn, I'd ilrnpthroaub which is capable of turning out cut, Nashville there was a full of IS inches. 'FI the floorln. napers of the aize been cut to death. nnd folded 48.000 What a thnnderntion tnakel lnrir than thcM of tho Sunday's issue. This gives tho FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. rrln nre Ab if to emphasize the fact that he is Courier-Jonan- al a press facility of 72,000 ipraddled out; wonder when ii American rnillora Bhipped to Africa Head hisflat andare. in robust health and to give tho lie to the brains an hour and puts it na far ahead of any mondacious correspondents, President I'll be Warned If I would wlne him nrtinnd nij last year 11.500 barrels of flour. office either in Cincinnati or the South, head so, aro over 200,000 mules in TexCloveland left in the rough woather of Thero lint that lady dos it, fsr Hiram Victor said aa it is far ahead of any paper in every Sunday for a trip down tho Potomac and as. South Carolina has 55,000. See that feller in tho nwlnu, lundln down an way in tho United States. a duck hunt. Secretary Gresham is with Walter E 2:10, waa sold as a drnppln! for If ho mUed his holt up there, wonder what'd him. ns a Tins object of tho Hen Convention in hnpi n? Jtw' arranging to ait in Atlanta shows shows Tub number of convicts in tho peniThin hsm oln barn Uku n palace. -- 1 desire to loan to responsible 'parthat the vinegary visaged, short haired, tentiary at Columbus, O., reached U.OOO Allco. mules. E. P. Woods, Oo an call tho hired man nn jcr couiln Tho ties 12 Is the only one authorized to sell Oliver Chilled Plow Repairs in illBhapen, bandy shanked women suf- Friday, tho greatest in its history. nn tho Itollsun nun nn Kit tha Scrotfdnses Stanford. to try to carry tho war figures would read 10,000 if half the Ohio Stanford. fragists are going Victors. county cow has calved Ain't tho burn Jes' glorious with Its circuit plo unsexing of the fair sex into the men had their deserts. for tho An Allen produced 7 tur's? South, where Buch attempts have been three times in 17 months nnd Jim, I swear I don't caro how pap an marnmj NEWSY NOTES. Baid ,1..,c ail livitll'. looked on with diBfavor. There are work us; to k'other Ir'n nn go to tho circus. -- Hay. "0 bllk's tlmoth' for Bale 8t 1ib to be but 17 suffrage screechers in thw foot-ba- ll team cleared 523,000 Yale's Omnhn .;..- they are cars. Jouu entire State of Georgia and 50c. per 100 on tho last season. -- Dealeis in- Northern importations. The women of Senator Vance, of North Carolina, ia hanan, Crab Orchard. of pure American-AraOcnnns of It. head the aunny Southland, God bless them, seriously ill in Florida. Traveler (in hriHtc) Am I in timo for at horses were sold in New York county have no desire to have their right3 enThoro aro 20 candidatea for the next train to Mudbnnk, portor? larged in this direction. They are con- ofllcea in Nicholas, 11 for jailer. tho low average of $107. Porter Plenty of timo, sir 10:30 toDavid Scott sold to Hugh Seargent morrow morning. tent with their sphere, which is as exand Bob Fitzaimmons Jim Daly alted na it can be, and are satisfied to will fight in Buffalo duriug tho month of his crop of tobacco at 5jc. in tho stalk. Very I.lkely. W. It. Uoltzclaw Bold ins crop iu reign in undisputed claim as queen of March. of samo gentleman at Oc. and household. tho home Thirty thousand school children W. P. Glvena Bold to an juwieru San Francisco visited the Midwinter In n converaation the other day with Fair in a body. seedsman 100 barrel of his premium per barrel. one of the most distinguished lawyers in Jacob Smith, said to bo 100 years old World's Fair corn at $5 tho State, ho expressed great regrot that Walker GlvenB returned from JameB and tho oldest mason in tho U. S., died Col. Swope'a name ehould havo been Lexington, Miss., where ho disposed of in Boyle county. Call and Examine their Stock. drawn into the at about an average Mr. Wilson, of tariff bill fame, is 42 horses and muloa suit, Such testimony is not competent very ill of typhoid fover, at Guadalajara, of fC5. Tho market was very alow . in any court, aa that adduced from Dr. P. W. Green sold to Lee Thomas, of Mexico, where ho went for his health. ffi-gelding by Lewis, as Col. Swope did not mako tho o Gov. Hogg, of Texas, was arrested Lexington, a and if ho had the Htatemout on oath Wilkes for $200. Sam T. Harris on charge of recently shooting a deer out plaintiff in this caso waa not present eitha combined maro for Dealer in Oliver Chilled and Bucher & Gibbs' Imperial of Benson. It is said tho arrest ia merely sold to aamo party in person or by attorney to controer $250. personal spito work. "I should liko to hare a chnnco to jilt vert it. Tho deposition waa taken eviAt Mt. Sterling court, about 1,200 Missouri weather prophet, Foster.the him." of creating a pubdently for the purposu thn marxet. and beat prices .4i ono of the most soyere "I know you would. You'd accept lic snntimnnt mrainst the woman and in nredicts that ThomaB f,nm :t to 3 cents. Btorm periods of recent years will matehim." Life. favor of Col. Breckinridge, certainly not Double Shovel Plows, Plow Harness and Bucknor, of Bourbon, bought 22 head, rialize between March 7 and April 13. to bo used in court. , nt 3jc. of tho Krueger fam- averagint; Seven members Mr. David Scott, of tho Gilbert's Col- - Silab Adams writes to tho Mid- ily, of Michigan City, Ind., havo died tolls us that the farmerB dlesboro News that ho voted as ho did from eating diseased moat. Tho oighth Creek section neighborhood havo canght the on tho McCroary Hawaiian resolution bo and only remaining motnber is still vory in hiB AT OTTENHEIM. burning plant tobacco fever and aro busy I am the only authorized Agent in the East End of the county for ill. m as to move a reconsideration, parliamenyear. of Jessamine, be- beds for the coming "13eware of the bogus repairs that are Thomas Hughes, Ikeinninfj on the let Monday In March. Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. tary mlea providing that only those who a 1804, and on each first -- A blizzard raged in lower Tennessee- Market will bo held at Monday thereafter, the btock movo to re- came enraged at his family and drove for sale offered by different parties. vote with tho majority can Mtaaialnnl Friday and Satur- oi lioriei, Cattle, Sheep Otunhtirn Perioni hav.i aid Uot. consider. We mako this note to Bet the them from tho house. Hia buy aro toutperhaps ruined tho fruit ing itoclc to set! or thoie wlihlnj to colonel right before hia constituency aa Bon objected to his father's treatment of day which has and apples, atrawberriea ed to attend. There will be no eharjre to any- - I body. Peaches, WMiWinuuaarr. well aa to do juaticeto one of our beHt the family, when the head of tho house crop. ,ci tomato plant wore in bloom. and fired a load of buckshot into him. republican friend. 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVEKY PBIDAY. ex-clor- k The grand jury at Fayette, speclallly summoned and instructed to investlgato the nowspaper war that recently waged in Lexington, indicted everybody and everything connectod with it. Mayor II. T. Duncan, was indicted for confederating for an unlawful purposo, trespass and libel, with total ball for tho three of 2,000. Hia eon II. T. Duncan, Jr., anight it for five indictmonta with bail at $3,100. S. G. Boyle was indicted for libel and so were D. T. Baxter, W. A. Farnau, S. J. Robertsond D. Elliott Baxter and Farnau aro indict-efor nuisance, County Attorney A lion for using abusivo language to provoke an assault, and J. J. Riley, Jnmea nnd J. It. Halo for misfeaeanco in office. It ia hoped that thu trial jury will do its work as thoroughly ns the grand jury aud that tho mayor at least may bo taught that it is not tho part of a peace ofiker to ignore the law aud a law unto himself, with pistols ami guns to enforce it. d De-lane OUR STARTLING BARGAINS le NOW IS YOUR TIME 7c, 8c, 7c, Sc. ey i-- .- -. .., v- .:..,!,. A GRAND HURRAH! i8c, o -- black-cheviot- s. 0; alien-hour- -- -- Pollard-Breckinrid- ge Ro-c- so-no- 5 ?2$ x. Har-rodahu- rg, LOUISVILLE : STORE, STAITFOBJD. st K., o y B. K. WEAKEN, Dealer iii Carriages, "Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, l, Get His Prices pas-ro- lm 0! Iver Chilled Plow Repairs threo-year-ol- , d $112-50- . J. K. VANARSDALE, two-yoar-ol- d World-IIsra- FARRIS & HARDIN, b Forty-Bevo- Tit-Bit- s. iu Groceries, Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Queensware, Glassware, Harness, &c. PIows, Wagons,Harrows Pollard-Breckinrid- Gam-bett- a We IF FEMKIN! 1 1,0-50- I ELD SEEXDS- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. ...... U u.fcrtkifo ii ,rtf y iiiwwiWtwqr" awp pMffBigTy''VVW' '1W" r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 27, 189-- Abk your father about it. Stanford, Ky., Fjjihu'Ahy Youn daughter tell. i knows but alio wont collco 23c, at 0. I). Powoll's. Indioo 1J to cente; popper Cc; flour 30, 40, 43 and 48 10c; wire naiia 2Jc; best Tiik ladieo have oranized a TemperI am now receiving n full lino of spring Havk you seen our new satteons, ance Society with over 50 members. suitings. Call and see them. II. 0. Hu- Mra. P. P. Nunnolley la president, Mrs. white goods, embroidor'es, &u E. C. Walton, Business Manager pley. t John Murphy, nnd Mrs. or our beautiful now clothing for men IlKMUMititn Uov. L. L. Pickett's lecture A. V. Sizemoro secretary. nnd boys? Hughes & Tato. . at tho Methodist church l!7th, MEANS BUSINESS. Gut a Watch. -- For $3.75 wo will and go and help a good cause. Wk havo just received one more lot Buy your nchool books nntl school sup send this Now York Weekly World and those flno Bamplo shoes, worth $3.50 per Whilk hunting a few days ago Solon our plies ol all kinds nt A. 11. l'euuy . ono yoar and throw in pair, to bo sold at the Watch kH, docket hihI jHwelry repaired Craig, colored, accidentally shot him- an improved Columbia watch, itself This is positively yoursame price, $1.08. last chanco for and warranted. Kngmvini; a specialty, self in the right hand, indicting n fear-fi- ll worth more than the price for oil. Now Buch bargains. B. F. Jones A Son. at A. It. l'cnny'fl. wound. is tho chance for tho beyn. . The Inruvtit ntock of DrucH. Medicines, The hoaviest snow sinco last Winter W. H Cook and Hardin Young have I'crlumory, I'ainUi nnd Wall l'nper nt Fott Trial. Deputy Marshal William foil Saturday night nd Sunday and A. II. Penny's. I'riBaiptioiH a ppodal-t- y. bought tho stock of goods belonging to Stringer, of Laurel, passed down Sunday tho earth 0 or 8 inches. It turned um estate ol this lato J. W. Terry, at 12 prisoners who aro to bo tried at warmer yesterday and molted rapidly, Highland, nnd will continue the business with PERSONAL POINTS. Louisville for illicit distilling and selling but a number of young people enjoyed nt tho old stand. whisky. Deputy Marshal Keywood, of sleigh rides before it got too mushy and Mira Julia Htaoo, of lliistonville, in It is thouglit tliat tlio L. A N. will ex- Harlan, was on tho wine train with sev- muddy. "Fair, warmer Tuesday," eays vIhUIijk Mm J. II. MrAlintur. tlio weather aispntch of yesterday. Miss Amck IIkndkickh went to Louis tend Its rond from Springfield to Kiley's en charged with similar oH'oifes. . Station. Tlio distance is only 5) milus villo Katurduy to visit rolativee. Tiik plant of tlio J miction City Times Tiik whito cap trial at Harrodsburg and it would shorten tho routo from Mrs. Auck Nkwi.a.ni, of Crab Orwas sold by Commissioner C. C. Fox at ended as might havo been expected, in here to Louisville nearly 15 miles. chard, wiih hero for a uliort whilu Friday, auction Saturday to Commonwealth's a hung jury, with a big majority for nc A Oaih). As I am still confined to my Attorney Finley Shuck, of Lebanon for quittal, ns the victim was a mean negro Mkh. Ka.nnik ltuiiK nnd M Injur and Klllu Murk aru visiting in Danville. room I hopo my friends will remember about $600. It cost 81,800. Mr. Shuck and Ids cowardly murderers well conMich Octavia Sizkmohk is visitinu mo in the coming primary election, as I will likely start n paper in Lebnnon, hut nected whito pepolo. Only ono of tho he won't if hu knows when ho is well five wob tried, hut as their cases wero MJks Montio Harrinat Buckeye, Garrard will run tho race through for tlio nomion". nation for jailer. Peter Hampton. identical, Judgo Saulley allowed them oo n n ty. Mhb, 0. 0. WiTHKitfl and MIbb Lizzie Rkv. J. W. Lynch, of Danville, will bail in $1,500 each. In remitting for his paper from Clay o hero WitherB retnrnod from ML Vernon Centre, Kansas, Mr. Higglns Kelley lecture nt tho To Democrats. (Wednesday) night, on tho subject says: "Wo have had n terrible Btorm row Your attention is called to tho primaof "Temperance" nnd overybody is cordMontuomkry, of Stanford, and tlio weather continues very Mrh. Laura cold ially invited. All tho good singers from ry election to bo held next Saturday, is with Mra. J. W. Salleo. Harrod8burK but there has been no serious damogo to tho vnrioiis churches are expected to be March 3d, between the hours of 7 a. si. finyi iis. property or life in this locality." presont and there will bo a song service and 4 p. si. It will bo by secret ballot Mu. W. M. O'Bhyan, of Owonaboro, and democrats and miuors of democratic I'ohacco Factoiiy. Mr. Hugh Sear-ge- at 7:!K). pawed up Saturday to visit old friendtiat . proclivities, who will attain their majortho farmer, will begin Crab Orchard. Dn. T. M. Lewis, who deposed that MihmMahy I). Oaiitkh hns returned operations ns a tobacco manufacturer at Col. A. M. Swopo diked him to perform ity by tho ensuing November election, from a pleasant visit to MIbh Iaiira Hub-bi- o Ids place in a fow days. A number ol n crimm d operation on Miss Madeline together with IhoHO who will havo become qualified by residenco by that time persons will lie employed in the enterat DHnville. I'olliu.l in 188."), stating that hu was tlio hhall have tho right to vote. Oflicors of for county prise and his principal brand will bo the W. II. Moh'ian, candidate ciusoof bar trouble, is getting a groat tho election must bo on hand by 7 a. si. is visiting friends "Lincoln TwisL" attorney of Anderson, dvftl of advertising, and it is not tho nnd tnko tho oath prescribed by law, to at Crab Orchard. Tiik Richmond Krister explains why kind that doctors usually enjoy. Ho Is bo administered by an officer qualfied to Smii.imi Davk Jackso.v, the drummer James Todd, who was killed by Anns-Hu- sevorely condemned for giving awny the administer oaths, or if none is nvailnble, who makes this merchants buy by his Dunn, went by tho name of Brown. alleged confession or admission of a per- n judge can swear the clerk and ho in merry touch, la here. With r. party from Itorea, where ho was son employing him in n professional ca- turn swear tho others. In the nbsenco of Iujulavllle, wuh born, ho Mk. Wii.i. Yaobr, went to Jackson county and pacity, which by tho ethics of ids profes- ofauyof the officers of tho election, here. a;ain Sunday and nomuliody was brfcame involved in n diHIculty. His was sion ho was bound to presorvo inviolate. those present can fill tho vacancy. looking mighty happy. arrpsttnl and held to the circuit court, A distinguished Washington judge says R. R. Gkntky, Chmn. Mu. J. .S. Fibii tian rented Mis. Mary hut jumped his hail nnd skipped to Pine tho testimony of the old doctor borders Logan's dwelling on Loan Avenue and Hill, thoncuto Somerset nnd Anally lo- clojo upon tho lino of infamy. By the Five mon wero killed at Compton, moved his family to it. cated near McKinney, in Line dn coun- statutes of every civilized State almost La., by tho explosion of an oil mill I O. Bosi.ky, who i tcachinK nchool ty, where ho wont by the nninis of James on earth ho whs disqualified to testify. boiler. at Campbellaville, Hpent the 23ml with Brown, and was married undisr Dr. K. M. Greene, of Danville, ttiat Col. R. C. Young, of Lexington, niter his pareuta, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boslcy. name to a woman who boro him seven scoring tho doctor "from tho knobs of preached at tho Presbyterian church K. L. Cuirxmn, of Bluelleld, W. Va , children and with whom ho was living Boyle," allirms tho absurdity of his state- Sunday morning and night. lie is now aH at tho time of his death. His full naiiio ment, adding that as contemptible and is here attending courL Gen. Grant's old driving mare, NelBistant master of truina on his division. was James Brown Todd. mean as it is to slander the living, it is lie Grant, is now owned by S. R. Bailey, . i.i cowardice of tho deepest dye to defame of Amesburg, Me. Sho is a fine roadster Jamka II. Cook, of liuatonviUc, has Mu. J. H.Swoi'E was hero yrctordny the dead. Tho brothers of tho dead and can yet show a 2:35 clip. been appointed by Collector Kodes totlie anil told us that ho and his family had man aru greatly incensed and pronounce position of KiuiKer, hut haa not been about concluded to prefer charges of per tho doctor's statements as unqualifiedly yet. NEW A'DVEBTISKMENIS. jury against Dr. Lewis. Ho states that false, claiming that thoy can prove that Ml ax Hsttir I'axtox Blipped on the at tho time tho alleged interview with Col. Swopo wns in Europe nt tho time of poBtolllco steps Saturday ami falling hurt Col. Swopo took place, lie was not coltho alleged interview and that ho wns herflelf so badly thatjsho haa been in bed I lector and had not boon lor seven never oven acquainted with Miss Polover since. months, and that his brother was not in lard. As tho doctor's evidence is not Miw. J. W. Punnij nnd family aro attho t'nited States in the fall when tho competent All indebted to bo pioduced in court, but estate pcrtont knowing themielvet will please to the tending the bedaido of her Bister, Mr. of John G Kamtey dee'd, come doctor claims that ho saw him at tho waa and K'ttle taken by Col. Breckinridge for effect loi ward the same at once. Those having claims W. F. Henry, of Garrard, who is very old will plee present them propercainst Lincoln county homestead and when on tho public mind, it is a great pity that ly proven on or before ttarch 15, 1894 low with consumption. he was told by tho colonel that tho child ho t W. K. McCI.AKY, Adrar. gave it at all, as it injures tho fair Mabtmu Jamks Givkmi Caui'K.ntrh, Jit. had been properly provided for and that was nanio of tho dead much more than it cuno in yesterday to tell us that it everything! was all righL Col. Swopo did could possibly help tho living. ho nnd not Janio Carpenter who won ELECTION NOTICE. not return till December of that year . ii the prize at the public school. and when ho went to his old home, Mr. Cikcl'it court began promptly at tho Diu K. G. Dick, resident physician at Swopo says hu can swear that Dr. Low-i- s usual hour yesterday and was opened in tho Crab Orchard Keoley Cure, was here 1 LINCOLN CCUNTY COURT. did not seo htm. Mr. Swopo otlored due and ancient form. Tho following Regular Terra, Feb'j ta, 1S94. J yesterday. He tells us that the number the doctor $100 a line for tho letter ho grand jurors wero then sworn in: Geo. A petition having been riled before the Judge of of men who aro seeking to Kt from unCourt on of January, claims to havo gotten from his brother, 1). Wearen, foreman; Wallaco Goode, J. Lincoln Coauty a number the ?jh dayvoters of the Sg4, signed by ol legal der tho thrnlldoui of Btronc drink Stanlord Magisterial District, asking that an but he said ho lml lost it. Ho is much N. Vanhook, Alfred Haloy, J. F. Kdraia-ton- , order be made calling an election (o be held in to increase and that he lias a laro wrought up over tho m liter for he, a8 W. II. Cummins, Mack Singleton, said precinct on the 6ih day of March, 1894,(0 crowd now. legal take ne of precinct, did all tliu f.miiiy. fairlv worshinnHil W. S. Wigham, II. J. Darst, J. P. Hub- who the qualified the vcte atvoters ol said for county arc an election to Mn. L. A. Fahihs, of tho Q. . C, is at "Brother Armp." ble, James Robinson and Hugh Logan. ollicers, upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, barhome for repairs. A careless brakemnn At tho request of Judge Sautloy, Mr. J. tered or loaned therein, same to apply to DRUGof casting fall on his foot, let a piece Tiik 23d Hop given by tho Metropoli-taGISTS, except upon m'as for sacramental purposII. Paxton, county attorney, charged tho es, said petition coining on for hearing on tbe lath iminliliiK tlto bone. An accident compaOrchestra was not very largely atten- jury nnd did day of February, 1894, it being thu first day of the it well, oovoriug every im- regular term of the Lincoln County Court, and It ny will pay him SI2.50 a week till he is ded, but those present onjoyed tho occaportant poiut in tho multitude of indict- appearing that the legal voters of said precinct able to resume his place nt tho engine's sion greatly. Among the ladies presont signing said petition represent more than 35 per able ollonees. cent, of the votes cast In said precinct at the last throttle. were Mesdames J. h. Portmau, G. L. Tho petit jurors nre as follows: J. II. general election, and all the requirements of tho jaw having been compile with ; It is ordered that Walkkk Givkns is back Penny, Kd F. Owens, Ii. H. DankB nnd Mu. Jamks Raines, It. L. Hubble, D. McKitrick, an election be held in the Stanford Magisfrom the South and nay8 he is Kroatly K 0. Walton, nnd Misses Bessio Richterial Precinct on the aith day of March, 104, p. encouraged by tho outlook in his race ards and Lucy Burke, Junction City, Lot- Cy Walls, W. II. Underwood, G. G. between tho hours of 7 a m. and 4 legal m. lor the purpotooftaliog the sense ol the voters of Wine, 0. 0. VanArsdale, Cam Duncan, said precinct, who for county judo. Hu will let no crat-tie Dillion, Crab Orchard, Isabel nnd My-r.ire qualified to vote at elecM. V. Bartol), Stephen Carrier, J. II. tions for county ollicers, upon the proposition crow under Ida feet In tho next fow d.iys Owsley, Ithoda Harlan, Hubble, whether or uot spirituous, vinous or malt liquors Caldwell, Georgo Lee James, Walter shall be sold, bartered or loaned therein, the same will Beo as many voters as possible hut Bently, Norn Moroland, Kllio to apply to except Huston, R. II. Bronaugh, J, Ii. Green, sacramental DIlUliGISI'S, result of upon sales for purposes, the by Saturday. said election Bessio Montgomery nnd Suo WilSam Montgomery, J. J. Thompson, J. W. to be certified to and returned as required by law Mn. II. Clay Htnt, tho lie Hale. The gentlemen were F. B. In elections for county othiers, and clover drummer who travels from Twidwell, Mono Cook, Huetonvillo, Js'ewt IUinos, J. T. Rose, J. S. Murphy, Jr., The following officers are appelated to hold said W. A. Cash, 0. C. Withers, J. D. Jones, election Voilng Precinct o 1. R I.. I'orter Loximiton nnd "makes" this city once n Craig, Harry Baughman, Dolph Hico, and Henry Hester, judges: G G Wine, clerk, and I ko Terry. Voting Precinct No. lying at this poiut ol death cl Foster Helm, Will Hariun, Will week, is nnd Thomas Stone, sheriff. l, In tho ten cases, for violating the whis- , Joslah llnhop and L. L, Dawson, juiigesJ. pneumonia at Lexington. Kd Owens, John Burke, VIrg nnd ky laws, G. A. Adams was mulcted with K Portman, cleric, and J.I. H. Englemati, sheriff. M Lasley and John Voting Precinct No Latkii. Mr. Hunt jjavis the lio to tho A. J. Kice, James Yeager, Tilden Cook, tho clerk's costs. The indictmeutsagninst Mddmoro, judges; N, V Sampion, cleric, and W. II Penny, shcrilT. Voting Precinct No. 4 Hugh above report by arriving hero yesterday, Kowan Saulley, Jack Kout, Georgo Kllis, Seargent T. C. Hall, dead man. 0. 0. Carson, John Halo and Blodsoo John Keith, breach of tho peace, Ben 'clerk, andand A. Twaddle, judges; II. J. Darst, looking anything but Hko D. sheriff. Bickott, malicious wounding, Henry CEO. II. COOPER, A copy. Attest: Gov. Knott pnid to us tho other day Bailey. Tho Orchestra is composed of Kidd, furnishing minor liquor, and JonClerk Lincoln County. that ho never heard a finer oration de- Ii. H. Danks, Dr. W. B. Penny, Walker athan Russell for a similar offense, wero livered by a young man than that of li. McKinney, Joo L. Deckolmann, Char- filed with leayo to reinstate. William Casey M. Owsley, son of the lato Judge ley Cox and Tilden Cook and they made Stamper waa not 02 presont either in perM. H. Owsley, nnd winner of tho contest splendid music. Thoy played "Home, son or by attorney, bo a judgment for at Danville This Is n high compliment, Sweet Homo" at a reasonable hour, and $100 fine and 30 days in jail with labor of all left tho hall glad that they were liv- for tho governor is a superior jadgo was entered against him. Willis Naiior oratory and is not given to making idle . was fined $20 for gaming and jailed. remarks. Fikk. Our clover correspondent at This is tho first court in which the Hnbble, Mr. J. A. Hammonds, lost his names of tho jurors wore drawn from CITY AND VICINITY. entiru siock of general merchandise by the drum, 20 for tho grand jury and 30 firo Friday night, entailing a loss of about for tho trial juries. It workod all right Havk you Been it? $1,500; $1)00 of which was covorod by and all wero obtained before tho number WiiATisitnny way? insurnnce. Mr. Hammonds was wns exhausted. Should thero bo a case in and considerable mail matter was which a jury can not bo obtained out of p Don't you know what It is ? consumed. Tho flames reached Mr. 8. the panels, there will bo no more sumDankb, the huBtling- Jeweler. M. Spoonamoro'a vacaut Btoro room, juet moning of Tho drum will r Inquiries; you can't ilnd out un across tho road, nnd it was also burned. have to give out its nnmes again and the & Makb Xfl Loda about $S00, with no insuranco. Tho sherifT will havo to go for tho men even leta you do. Btoro room occupied by Mr. Hammonds to the remotest end of tho county. for rent. waa owned by Mr. Staiilb and Sponce Hubble and Wm. Alcorn for stealing a turkey was . W. H. HiKKhw. waa valued nt 1,000, and was also unin given 30 days in jail. Sarah Mullins, a PV?(?jit C " ' UigKinB for clovor, sured. Ah to tho origin of tho fire there whito woman, was fined $30 in ono case Call on W. II. BCems to be but ono opinion nnd that la for soiling whisky unlawfully; one was timothy, oats, &e. it waa first robbed and then sot on dismissed and in the other an acquittal. W Mr. Hammonds nrrivod at tho Tho docket was called by 3:30 and the chilled plow pointa, threo for Oliver & Co.'s. scene tho back door waa open nnd a box court adjourned. The only visiting atSI, at W. II. Wonron of candy waa found on tho outsido.which torneys yesterday woro lions. W. 0. Skk our 50c lino of neckwear nt 25c; had evidently been dropped by the Hansford and Fontaine F, Bobbitt, of nt also our $1.25 and $1.50 dreaa shirts thieves in theirhnrry to got away. .Mr. Crab Orchard, and J. 0. Jones, of Pine-viil- o. g B. F. Jones & Son. 93conts. Hammonds has bean particularly unfor-natas his store in Russell county grand jury examined jail yes-to- r Call and Bee those wool aulla for men bnrned iust before ha mnvml in was Tho and pronounced it in thefirst class Hi la a day at H50 and T. New aloctc jasi xeceiv I county some six or seven yean ago. condition. ed. B. F. Jones & Son. King-hams, vice-presidet, Semi-Weekl- . All tho ladies interested in tho torn- peranco cause will plenso meet at tho Christian church Friday afternoon at 3:30 I- 3 NEW CASH STORE. ON EAST MAIN STREET. You can save money by examining myjnew stock of goods and paying Cash for m. Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, y Tinware, &c. You arc invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair with you and will appreciate your patronage. My goods are all First Class Staple goods and will be sold at a coy-ore- d SMALL PROFIT FOB, CASH:. Call and see me, look through my stock and you will agrcec that you can save money by trading with me. J. C. FLORENCE. I Ila You Will (Diss It I If you don't see our new yiw-terdn- y. coiirt-hous- to-m- art" :. : i.litti:::, : Before buying. nt, m . m wide-awak- e A good matting for 10 cents per yard. k :, : E::.. A good All Wool Carpet for 55e. Competitors say we will get tired selling Apron and Dress Ginghams at 5c, but they arc still going at that price. b 50 New Novelty Dress Patterns. Cottons and Calicoes going at lower prices than ever known before SEVERANCE & SON. m ni N K w STOCK. I have about completed my stock of goods which is composed of u 2TOTICE Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Queens-ware- , Iron Wagon Material, Plows, Salt, Lime, Cement, &c, all bought at the lowest CASH PRICE, and having no old stock to carry, I am able to give prices that will be io3-j- To Investivate. Appreciating the favors shown me heretofore I again ask a share of your patronage. Respectfully, Henkie Weaken, Clerk. TO YOU! ICOTJKffilEiSTo W. H. HIGGINS. con-tinne- a DR. S. G. HOOKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Stor- e n Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your 1 Drugs, School Supplies, School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. a a Sal-li- o e, San-didg- well-kno- The Best Goods For The Least Money- Call and see us. Law-wel- DR. S. C. ECOOKBR, WE HAVE Tlie Druggist. 1 COMPLETED Our invoice and are ready for our second year's business. Thankful to our friends for favors of the past year, we intend it possible to be more deserving for the next. If close attention to business, polite treatment and low prices will secure your patronage we know we will have it. Our stock is better than ever because we have learned the wants of the people. post-maste- r O I H fife Our Winter Goods In every department will for the next 30 days be sold at prices you can afford to pay and carry over. Come and look at our overcoats, cloaks, boots, shoes, heavy underwear and all winter stuff must go to make room for spring goods that arc even now coming in on us. Our Embroideries, White Goods, Laces, &c, are now complete and many T !3 - 1 1 1 buggy-hous- o T il firo-Whe- n i Spring : Dress : Goods, Are arriving. Our Men's and Boys' Spring Clothing is arriving every week and we are in condition to supply every want. We have the largest representated stock of Carpets ever displayed in the city and Carpets at 65c. and a will from this day offer the very best beautiful Brussells carpet for 50c, all cut to fit your room if you bring us diagram of room. Come and see us before you spend your money in any department. all-wo- 1 o, o Jr HUGHES & TATE. mMiiim6mm , amk-- m -- i 't Jsbjl ,, ., (., . ., ?!K?WS f - 1 V. ,1 ?i 'V. hfif ; j Hi? CANDIDATES while relating tho particulars of tho race. Tho Servitude of the Smiths. ketch a houn' "He jess well bin tryin' to To bo Voted for at tho Primary, Semi-eekly Interior Journr1 I would tilto to cchan;e some IlY ONE OF THEM. to dog as William," she asserts. March 3rd. tho nmendmonts NotwithstandinR Always ou hand Roal Two doors above in Corbin, Ky., Tho Smiths aro praying for another o! tho U. S. to the Evory Tuoaday and Friday tho Constitution Lincoln and unother emancipation proproved, lor sime good Stallions Published II. lmpreedor The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? and saddle or tin AT harness hones the Smiths nro in bontloKe to their clamation to relievo them from bondage. Corbin, Ky. nominal ion for 1). T I X ADVAyPK Tho cook ia tho ch e( Is a candidate for the democratic Primary Klection, Can bo had in the market. Price, lower than the 12. T. 8. $12 IMS It colored servltoM. County Attorney, subject 10 tho specialty. Call ana loMc.t Mourning oods a tyrant. Slio has no more respect for tho March 3rd not so paid 32.60 will le charged.etamine before buying IIAV1S MAHV of the V. S. than she hns dudderar. Constitution SlatilBrd, Ky. Mrs. Kate Duddcrar, Manager. constitution of tho Smiths, which What Ministers Say Ahout the for tho At theweil.known old stand ol J. H. Oreen, In indigestiElectropoise. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. is daily undermining with subject to the action of she Is ! r,tilral Melhodllt. CatlettsbutR,- thea Candldite for Jailer, ? cooked comes-tibleDemocracy. Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky, ble bread and other badly M.rt. Kdltor.-"U- nls l..? uir? fm t.n thouRow land at 7:00 a. m., returning rt.Jf., Train i.sivm .i-i- .. ..u.t.utmnil nitn. lawyers doC" is ft great society -Sho addition lo his Aami men.maiuiy huiv...Has Just received an excelli-n- t J at s:o P. " and is . ... .1.1.,,. nr.iclicn. and all classo.th incmu- call MAMFTON, you West stock of Furniture and cordially Invites the U elilec-- I iballs six nights in tho week, 'the writer, are very much mistaken, LOCAL TIME CARD. At our Krull Farms and Nurser-w e one mile nno Olltcr He is alsoanent (or and esaminoit. L.&H. . nave as r. .. ....... .UMttleiwherc al other .,r K thero are no lne Lincoln counlv. tho action ol Chilled and Silver Steel Plows a. well . replr. candidate greatlv grieved because reXdlesharefarhClVetpeciahyu It emc.ciou. in I, a ilemociacy. for Jailer, subject to stock of Fruit Treoi as any rouii ever haodted, lor.ame No plows . land higher In the estimathe in a week. Sho never delicate, feeble women." Mail train going North...... ready (or tran.planling nto otcnaru anu Kru. tion of the public than these- ill. slock ol harness moro ........njpm South... i n... if .11 nl .nnic. una Has also added as a dormitory, bu 11 51 pm .. W. W, llruce, lluitonviiio, NJ- -" ner Expriss train " South uses her ......! .. .nn it.mmiM at S10 best, hundred and saddles Is larger than evsr. Stoves. th" Electropoise have cured a bad; case o P urn allneul HugKin. Surreys and ... HI. OWENS, North.. SAM fcjery-Ihi3'lm uses it as a rendezvous for herself and habit in less than two months time; the patient The trees are nice, the vniie the am for rent, located on College, HUck Smith .Shop 9 36 Deal Freight North lieeded to inako home attractive llest located shop county, and Main Streets, llustontilln. -..aojpn no South....... friends to arrange their now hasf.l. desire for the Hriiir kins Is a candidate lOfSherllTof Lincoln nmary. children happy willbu found here, lor circulars In the west end of Lincoln co. Good smith can I Wrtftrtt wanvuiu. Ky.:-- "A carry passenger!. to the actlou ol too democratic The latter train alto nightly fray. woman ol mine who was PP"f""? "P10!!"";: J. A. MiKlU. St CO., Ky. address looking far. Apply to me their get all the work he is Klng.ville, , licalculated on standard tims. Solar toilets, piepartory for 67 , HustonvILe, only one .milh lo- -n Th necessary to ine Into the crave, suffenne .nd day, In vy night irae it about to minutes faster. After the violent oxercise win . pair, waim . J. ni,ini..l iroddm trm all ,hl. .. unwrap and comb their kinky locks, the ro.n.c QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. .. . ....n.Um Inr Shf nfl of I.mco'n courty, iub a healthy dormitory, the well. It Is a mystery lo me, almou a miracle. : room is hardly democratic pnmiry. I lew, Ky.. City as folthoroughly Rev. W. V. Wyatt, Mornine application ol the Ject to the action of the Going North trains pass Junction a. atmosphere therein being from Ve benn to Improve Rem.' the first Vestibule starts 6 heal hi. bet lows: my pe F. D. niL.BY.3Proprlotor, of scenta m Florida charged with a multiplicity Kngli.S and Classical.. For malca and females, Limited 3 p. m. Local 11:55 years. I believe it to be a J. Limited aut from limberger ter than It has been in ".. Kontuoky. ... O. Veitibtile irsC. P. rn Florida ranging, odoriferously, : : Kentucky, London, GOKevK.!RXM.dlVr,,...apt..tln.ry.Lou: of Lincoln county and m Locsl l'3t escaping gas, to burn-in...... itlcs Candidate for Jailer to any CTn.edit P I have moved to my new llolclland am betUr lend, noi .to commit themselves work, Ky : "1 K adly aoa my iciunumu He. Ides cheese mixed with cour.o huf he er 1. 194. lsle. Vr.tihule arrives S.40 P. m. Klectropol.e at home and Ket scion begins. ine utiuuiug. Thesi to than ever to accommodate th. public ls, nu leather impregnated with tho fervor olmnywline.se. for I have cured a severe attack ll" candidacy is forced to.lay action ol the Dec and teaching thorougn,reasonable. the ood Livery attached and every convenience dt-is subject other sinous troubles oiilK ladies rates beautiful and An hours of irrm in one night's treatment a can. garlic patchl party. ocratic of an enraged bearded in the CcJIege; young gentlemen boarded urta. uive mt FRANK RILKY. H. 77 l5" Jr Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., inhalation of such air would osphyxi-at- e Sshfi time the Means, Covington, Ky.; of"Inone brain In the town. For further ijaiticu JJ n ieved me Kleclropoie MILTON fcLI.IvJII. President. G. vertigo. My w.fe was relieved of a the GENUINE congestion and Miners and shippers of the most hardy constitution. severe attack of neuralgia in one houl. corner I. a Candulste for J alter, subject o the action ol was asked if tho foreAddress DuHols & Webb, Norton llloclc, Old man Smith he Democracy. conFourth and Jefferson Sts., Louisville, Ky. exaggerated tho atmospheric JELLICO rENNBSSKK, We are the sole a;cnts lor Stanford .'and going cough may end Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rail ditions of the room. Let it run, and your Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. not road crossing, to, WATTS. HIGGINS in soniethiui! serious. It's pretty sure me I. a Candidate for Asses.or, subject to the action We have opened on Depot Street a Fix yor eight!" lie exclaimed, 6 the all the purport of if vonr blood is poor, 'lhat is met Shop, where we will keep at W times hanllutcher of the democracy. entirely comprehending e will best mcts that the country alford.. Why time and condition that invites The best hotel In th. city and the only one with A. S. Kipecia attention dle nothing but the btst and will the question. "Fix yer eight! and it a sample raim for drummers The seeds are JNO. ita Kales J. to the traveling public 'twould fix fifty, without contracting SURGEON DENTIST. l.n fastened ita hold upon you, before action SEIJL CASH ONLY, Is .Candidate forJA.e..or, subjectito'.tne circulation one scent!" you know that it is near. party. THE OLD Office over McRiberts Drug Store In the new ami delay, when orthe Democratic sleep is when keep books. Our customers will As we can not It won't do to trifle The time sho uses for Owsley Building. tdvr in the best style and we sol.clt th, patjUnfoid. She seldom the remedy Is at hand. Every t albur Kood eo.W JACE-SOjt- f ronage oflhe PMie blood Bhe is burning her meals. O. , that can be reached throuch the cattle and boBs. AN Dl.RSON CAIt K A UIJ. Manlora, kj. returns from a ball before Dreamtst umo, yields to Dr. Tierce'a Golden Medical I. u candidate for re election to tho office of jl ,m SAM II WAHNACK, Tror. moat of the of Bronof Lincoln County, subject to ct.on then she heaps tho stove full tho for a Discovery. For RavowOoiiRhB,Asthma, - KENTUCKY. democratic pariy. chial, Throat and Lung Diseases, I London, inflammable fuel and Bottles down form, and even the BAII-EWhen tbo stove begins to rear up Scrofula in every 01 nap. Kefllled and refurnished and in every w ir pre. " all ' the "J," and Scrofulous affection Kates pared to atlimtl tho wants ot th. public of ita hind legs, from fervent heat, action on Consumption, in 6m candidate for Jailer, subiecttor,the Mr William UndKralVs emphiyment ",.'"7 very reasonable. Bt!FORt'?!rTERv with the odor of burn- - called it is a positive and complete cure. tI. ea old Jeflersonlan democracy the house is filled agent for the sale of lnda in the Swiss and Ky., taes. .. .. .1.n ik)f Uirttlll'lll ........ CoUny at Ottrnhcuu, Ltnudn county, my u.o.,,1 Mm. Smith rushes to tho Or. E. C. West', Nerve and Brain Jrealmenl It is tlio only has ceaseand MR VM IIUSKR Is now is eold under positiTO written piarantoe, by Loss ol er bo a iTectlve Highrestorer and WALLACE E. VARNON, agent thereler until such agency shall be agents only, to euro Weak Memory; kitchen to awaken her Somnolent Quickness bo Kuaranteed. If it loesn All Iceat msltera concerning the V1"!? . MlUer, Nerve Tower; Lot Manhood;Confidence, 1 rain of to turn off tho damper. When that it can cure, in every case, you have alten.li- - to Lack ness and re- - lectionio the otneo Having secured tho services of Miss Mattie Allands will luclit Iwee; Ertl Dream; Drains; of Low of Power night- benefit or actio- - of democratic PrLatitude; nil the I;rvoaroee; len from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this seawn, I wy.lg;'S.otS,""0,J'jKy6TTENllKIMBR. eer, caused by Mrp. Smith lectures her about her your money back of the Generative Orpuu in cither cordially invite the ladies to lspct a carefully tjrYouthful mors, or ExceMlve U8 of ly dissipations, and her daily directions, selected stock ol Millinery at prices to suit the lead to rhlch soon By maU, Tobacco. Opium or InV attained in Dr. Sago's Calime. The ladles arc invited to are my nice, new .!tyd Death.to cure or she does not deign a reply, but after Perfection is It cures the worst cases. W. GIVENS line ol Stamped Linen and Embroidery Matctlal 51 n box: 6 for IS: with wrMen srunniuteo tarrh Remedy. MISSLICCIE COUOII SYBUP. A certain yawning and stretching, awhile, she Only 50 cent; by druggist. refund money. of Lincoln, subStanford, Ky. Croup, la a Caudldate lor County Jude or re for Coughs, CoJds, .M'i'icio, Bronchitis, to take. I'leasant add more fuel to the already ol the Democracy. CouKh, Hiru proceeds to tYoouin dfcoaflnuwl: Throat. ject to the actlou oli.iJic.alze, now-- .; old Bmril Arnica Srvlvo. Buc-ilonly by Ky. overburdened stove. In fact, when she , uow Wc. QUAldNXia ksued world lor cuts, brui.esin .0?, JOHN M. JOHNSON sore, tetter ch apis not Bleeping, Bhe is cramming fuel urcVrsalt'fheum, f.ver Ky. CARPET "WEAVER, chie ped hands, chilblain., corns and all skin erup A. R. PENNY, the stove. She seems to think the I. a Camliuate for Aiscttw of u,"",?50ul,,r Practical cures pile, or no pay requif subject to the actlou ol the P'r; tho consumption of tlons and positively GOING Has lately purchased the celebrated glory of a cook is in Jr VOU ARE Mc KINNEY, KY. fuel. A. GIVENS Loom, I have bought above mcuUoued Hotel at Mc "IT. U "! R. Penny. Stanlord. Ky. ?. R Newcomb Fly Shuttlo tyran-ny- , An understudy of tho cook, in y. a Sheriff or Lincoln county, sub..THE., ndRue Kinney and have attached house-boaccount ol .lekn... ject Candidate for of the Democratic party. And is prepared to do all kinds of Carpet .MuHwis, is William Henry, the Ten day.' loss of time o to tho action Fancy weaving on Shawls, guarantee First-Clo-sto .pay Wcavl doctor's bill Bar and Pool Room. Cil'l and examine my work, William Henry was a atragetical move and aaman of a family to """ 5n$, wh ,hcr h9 . for 86 jra pub l.her. work at low prices, ehnle. Ho was se- Ii a laborer. Havt repaired and refurnished th Hotel and on tho part of the Smiths. grip am better than aver far from tho sod.,, with. the UU cured in the for'Jaller, subject to the action cf . yes, or Is a candidate supposi-.- : LeAnCT,rpVe.lnce . ' "ftaln't Cough the democratic party. Prepared to Accommodate the haunta of civilization, under tho In the season he had a . Public. tu.t v.!a iannrance would rendor. .'V.nr"JhrcoTMd,7able success, I think,. only r liuu iuoi. B. COOPER, Louisville 4 Nasmvillc R. R. bed a little over two aav een equally a liable to imitate bis predeceee-orehim lesa Hpecial attention to Commercial Men. D..S.r. .....fil would have b the to the otllce ol Fine l.ivery and Feed Stable attached. But William was an apt scholar, bad as he first but for the use of Krlp remeuy.; f Is a candidate for ts much . will nnreciaie ryou support Clerk and I W. Is the line for yon, as its Ipnrler instead of an It should be borne I. .i 7 JESS ROUT, Manager. GHEEN. Proprietor. requires pre- - County ouuu a pnmary Saturday. Marcn 3. i94 auu wo Democratic imilnfnr. Dealer In wkn William reported for duty the Make close connection at of S. G. Hocker. Smitha wero undecided in what group m m , tf 15 Cents LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI the animal kingdom to piaco amm. Soo tho World'a Fair for Simian, cenisiu .. Smith contended that he was For all points. - a! vour tt.liess ana IS (souvenir dl'ANFOKD, KY., our VOU by THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. iffe iiiniu. wv ',ii- ma and attempted to establish that fact i Columbian Exposition. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH appendage, but ho Iw.fSltn nt ihe World's but as we want jou iu exhibiting tho caudal regular price is sod For any information enquire of nnmlnil Corn, by a The one we make the V""., ."".-I-w --YOU Will Tomatoes have ,l.i It JOES. RICE. Agent, aoon ascertained that he waa misled Ait ana at ng SUnford, Ky ficd it a work Or String Beans, from William's badly contains full page auspending slice W. V. PENN, Trav. Pass. Agent, This Hotel, rcnovsted sod refurnished, Is now i.etecuteJ in the Succotash, Junction City, Ky While one of the la my charge and intend lo conduct it so as to fractured trousers. Early June Peas, Gibbs small Peas not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to . laSuPc.en waa arguing that bis kehVkrA-SVito its long list ol friends. Special accommodaA. G. Lanhara younger Smiths )hn U., Cattleman. Baked S Potatoes : J French Peas, tions for commercial travelers and An rooms .for ahape indicated that he was a "snake Chicago. I1L dlsploy of samples. . Apricots, Mrs. dragon-fly,- ) your pa- the Pears, doctor," (a species of Desires to thank you for . A11 Froo lA'.FIrst-Clas- s Saloon Dr. King's , bliccd rineappie, Kmifh closed the arenment by remark Peaches, Those who have used -year which is aad BILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached """ tronage during the .' fre e. Cs 0n the ad a fine Bet of teeth, mere try know iu ing: "He has Pineapple, Oysters, v the opportunity to try it JOSEPH COrTKY. b)ttl Ireo. Send Grat'd this tised ltlfff1 anJ.get a t.ial Co , Chicago, anu will be no more mouldy bread in A White Cherries, almost gone and asks a continuTournamet.il E.IIucklen A. Red Cherries, ,.,,, Dr. Kings . jew 1.1. I'm. '"" housel" W. H. MILLER. J. II. SOWDER. Clov'r leaf salmon ance during the coming year. to Ilea th no - . And ao it proved. His capacity for tin.. - free.of Guide hich is guaranteed to do Gr. gaugcr plums All of . Imtructor MILLER & SOWDER, nothing .1 A. K r.n.y Roast Beef, Mushroons, you good and cos. you atoring edibles was unlimited! tho drug store . augmented his Beef, .. Chipped William's advent When Hungry try one of Ox Tongue, -:- B A1U5EE & C ASTLEM AN Smith'a misery. The cook's sins were Potted Ham, Deviled Ham, while ., more of omission than commission, MANAGERS, J Mackerel, Amcr. Sardines, he procure la.bottle Doalors and Brokers, William's wero the reverse. The cook's LQUlll Heme j . aman- -' for Building:, Louisville directions wore passive, William's I find It to be an invniu. S." G. ,t ock- STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY. iJamaiarce l Mustard Sardines. Dr. coughs and colds." rorsaleby Agents throughout the South. ". ..T were active! er, Oflico Interior Journal Building. in ni.lr.lr.mH aoon learned to hido at ins tier would certainly go back W. A TRIBUti'EJ, Local Affoat, approach, the cow in flight. elevate small Tomato Catsup, And you will The Preserves, seek safety tail and HorfolktWesteriiR.il STANFORD, KY. 1. Fine Blue Grass Farm ol 333VJ acres on pike do Celery Sauce, and try him again. Chili Sauce, boy that sauntered by would have to sud finely imprvvcu. miss the stones some clever dodging to . Farm of 100 acies, finely Improved. Offered Pepper Sauce, Mustard dressing, """"Schedule Nov. 19. al low pnci. burled at him, for William was more exWhite Onions, To the Efficacy Olives, NORTON DAILY V pert In the trajectory oi a pruiiciicu 4. Fine Blue Orats Farm, of 105 acres, In hln of the w p. m. for Graham. BIeW. il antiV Jl TJ of cultivation, well Improved ; oliered low, Btoue, than David. Ilia special New stock of Canned goods, evBANK stateBlue Orass Karin of 13s acres, on pile, two NATIONAL left j. pathy was the cook. Whenever ery can guaranteed. Chrystalizcd mile from Stanlord; good Blue grass land; low OK STANFORD. KY. Swiff alone with her, a fight waa sure to a price and on easy terms. 3 BluefifW ,of Pie Preparation, VsinHoutcnsjCo-coThtae fights deprived the cook of will leave Illuefield 630 a tn "" ', p01tlts 8 to ia. Town lots In Stanford in areas to suit 1 JWf AA Specific. many naps-- of both sleep and hair-- Bo vVer?u!!nTate?on?oorm8"ra,n lor Co- and Atmore's Plum Pudding. Capital purchasers. riff. L"lP,rR Ml" -- -. Ml acre nnoiarm witu exce ler.j 7. slmplo Tho TI f remedy from tho Georgia Bhe threatened to leave. tho Mr. binun lUTrbaln. arrive at Norton trcm the East daily at Mill dwelling anu omer improvements, on pike, virtue of a HOCKER. miles from Stanlord. fleldj has thereupon resolved to try McKINNEY . swarans and j m. j..i the fac to cneuu . ..... ttention of the public is invited to Stanford I irono forth to tho antipodes'. Large blue grass larm. capable oi division V I furtherinformation Now Mr. Smith ia National Hank in A. tho ' L.tonUilnstho ifceptlcal and awitch on William. for a sprinter, his Ac.. and .v to agents of Norro.k J1 v. "-ui a, Bank Act into smaller arms. Desirable In every particu provisions of Ihe National . . Y. I). theories of not the right build confounding road depositors ire secured not onlv by the cspital lar, uuered low anu ou very easy terms. pa Agt Homoke, Ge 'thosowbo depend solely on tbo being an frame building; the stockholders' liability !or an m nh valclan'a sk.UL Thero Is no blood Bhortnesa of legs, and breath l'ass. Agent. Co stock but by to the slock, so that depositors ol ed36. Good street, in Eistern part ofwell finishon Maiu Slanfoad M. F. IiRAGG, Trav. amount equal ' iint which ltdocanot Immediately insuperable barrier to Bpeed and dis(ect front, aco back. Will sell at a bargain. by a fund 75 ,Ms institution are secured cmdlcato. Polaona outwardly absorbed or tho of thocondition of the bans oper-ate- a ag Small farm ol 3o acres, a miles Irom Stanfcrd front also Five Portland. OK STANFORD.'.KY., 'each yearto the Uulted States result of Tilo diseases from within nil yield to tbu tance. His expansive Francisco welllmproveil, at a bargain, On San potent but slmplo remedy. It la nn uneuualed are esamlned at stated times Vitnd Isnowfully organued and ready lor business wilb against his Bprinting ability. 31, Farm ?"Ln,nmn, agents, thus securing addll.to... Turncrsville of 60 acres on Hanging Fork, near tonle, builds up tho old and feeble, cures oil diseases Fine Blue grassland, arising from Impure blood or weakened Tltallty. account of this front, ho has, for many fronts on pike, with good improvements and nice Paid up Oapital'of - - $200,000 snifperfect safety to depositors. Examlno tho proof. Bend for a treatise. iDKiijr iDitilutiO'n to see his feet, coubo- - A Thit orchard. I'rico low, a, i,p,m unable 000 Deposit Hank oi Stanford Inj 1838,..-.thentt ( !&inrl youngHotel, . Surplus, . and cottage, nicely and Books on " Blood and Skin Diseases " mailed fro 3s. nuently, whon running he cannot place conveniently located, near depot In London, Ky Jrugjlta Sell It. precision necessary to SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAI Nine roams in dwelling, four 100ms in cottage. VIAthem with the BANK OK STANrORD, Store house of 3 rcoins All new buildings. Also SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., tviaba a ropnnl. good barn. Lot aoo x 300 feet. Fine location for Now closing up) with the same assets and undsi ow w.. . i..r,e in its one Drawer 3. Atlanta, Ga. management. Smith appeared store and hotel. Will sell cheap an I Jn easy terms. the same When tho irate Mr. yer " AcVoutVof corporatlonsTfidu By provisions of its charter, depositors are ai honorable car 33. Dwelling on Lancaster St , North of raildisappeared, n Nat fully protected as aie depository Individualli curies, firms and Individuals respectfully solic road. Six rooms and store house Good cistern, with the switch William Mr. Smith barn and all necessary outbuildings Beautilul Baks, iu shareholders being cow lot. stocl and made for the hsole to the extent ol the amount of their to the " location. Lot with frontage ijoxsoo leet. Terms Directory ol this Bank is composed ol NtAlEATCHICACO( !iiy- therein at the par value thereof, in ll'tion vest to follow him, and reasonable. unbuttoned his "rt.lC'JISVltlt county ; mount invested in such shares. It as luuy at Forestus Reid, Lincoln turtle, 1; good cistern, ttaee w c, eaecutor, administrator, trustee, the race waa on a tomtit against a S. T. Harris, Lincoln; houie.ttc. Nice earuen. noiv feet sn individual. on North snlo E. Main St.. Stanlord. Wilt ex AND O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; bulsincsi to u , mite against a mass! a PULLMANS To those who entrusted their change for personalty or realty at a bargain. Bank ol while mnaglnf the Lincoln J. W. Hayden, Stanlord; Mr. Smith Boon ascertained that he rAHLOB OAES. Stanford, we wi here tender ourNationalthanks and many S.H. Ilaughman,Lincoln; handicapped, and was busines, Trust they will continue to transact their THOMAS YEAGER. was too heavily JAMES YKAGER. J. S. HockerSUnford; ONLY LINK FROM LOUISVILLE with us, offciing as a guarantee for prompt atten-is not "in it." He lagged superfluous on W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; same, our twenty years experience, - CARS. tion to and as liberal accommodations as are conM. D. Elmore, Stanford; banking RUNNING - DINING the stage! His fUbby front striking sistent with sound banking. deprived him T. P. Hill, Stanford. " on hia legs aoon WRITE TO . K. L. Tanner, McKinney; AHD SALE STABLE, DIKICTOKi: to tho house of his wind. He returned RUKD.G. PA. J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon IL BACON, D. P. A.. F.J Chicago, HI. Ky. and wheezy of lungs. Louisville, apoplotic of face, S. H. Shanks, -- tanford; J. S. Hocker, President; Cashier; STANFORD, KY. J. S. Owsley, Stanford; Mrs. Smith wantod to discharge William Denver. John J. McRoberU, St. Panl. Cishler. S J. Embry, Stanford; A. A. McKinnev.tAssistant Wer In our new stable in tht Opera Houn but Mr. Smith having experienced the Blockiand are well supplied with J. II. Owsley, Stanford; diecomforta of enforced exercise, demurA CLEAN KOU J, K. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; NEW RIGS AND HORSES red, "He waa not going ;o bite ofl his nose W. B. Cut, toapito his face." This temporizing A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville, Ky Have been purchased snd noth W. 11. Cummins, l'reachersville uroouts will leavo the.stable. Or a Nice, Refrehing Rath Go lo fastened the Bhackels ol servuuue more Came to my premsse. on Xm S, H. Shanks, President, securely on tho Smiths. Now William Office South Side Main St., In office lecently Dr. J. B. Owsley, Cashier, Wtafer thf. notice by describing propeity Jeaso Thompson's Barber Shop. n. IIIAIT. W. M. Bilght, Teller. vacated by Dr. Lee F. Hulfman, Stanford, Ky. lefts work, and more wickedness and ner itcvp does Ewell, Ky. Laun-J- a Is also aceot Tor the Lexinfton Sleim The cook has lost aoveral good naps Best in the Coantry. Vyy COMMERCIAL I1LOCK vrxxLjiisrE:E2"r Tost-Oinc- NOTICE I W con-trar- y e. J. PAXTON, Estate V-CA- JIt 95-- tf CHL-INU- T, gay-Wh-en JOHN n. 3IERSHON PETEK .U.S.0A11PENTER, -1 ltviy-at-t- ends tv. Fruit Trees For Snle in...-HIlfi-liinl- -..- --i -- 'ball-nigh- ts bed-roo- 1 1 ni.nii nf - . sub-je- avreot-Bcent- od - ,,.-,- U- a T. NEWLAND Garrard Lancaster, College, THE RILEY ; HOUSE lllue-Gra- ss P- - .wSnder-woJk-n- g .V T. HATCHER P- - as Bluc-Gr- g W. DEBORD Original Jellico Coal. PRICE, M.F. ELKIN, ITew Moat Sliop. first-class Tlao lorono Hotel, Con-bow- u KIUGIIT FOR JJ-6- E. KENNEDY, V, HOUSE, iNEW LIFE JOHN NOTICE 1 oioou-uij-uu- d., -- '" TO THE ES. 1 n; - tVE-ST- JAMES 'S Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, n'a Stanford, Commercial Hotel, STORTK WEST, J. 1 J" back-wood- ,- - M., DINK FARMER tint-clas- s GEORGE . -- Double Daily Trains th"' R, rr-.- MMEB ". SometMngio w" 7 ..- U 1 Groceries, Candies, THE 60FFEY HOUSE JOSEPH COFFEY, 1 ""'', Fancy Goods, Fruits, &c. Pror. ROYAL ofB! OF LIVERPOOL. ,7-- tl :.i W1.SS --- !- - ."" REAL ESTATE .nr - , , Heinz' Goods Stock. 25 CTS MEALS PROPERTY I'OK SALli. Ifcey all Testier J9k Jk NkW 12-5- (V World-Renovm- FIRST cJTIb s en-Bu- e. ,.T ' - ,,; -- Stck" old-tlm- I 1'M4 ir,m lvl 'rr . ,. & Surplus. S20O.000 21,300 Mincly-tnre- e 4 4 -- Farmers RanMTrnst two-sto- ry - World's Fair Record. -- -- CHICAGO -- : U -- I tWA- store-hous- ""v -- EM - w n, rD YEAGER & YEAGER, Shave, Stylisli Hair dry; The ESTRAY NOTICE. DR. PENNY Dentist. Give tliein a Call. f lCI-- 4t taJ itif 3J I1U V J-- it tgfj