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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894030201 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. A,nrvn.SnT5 ! iaB&lfrl i i'3j.'3''gyvJ5' -- " Jf''W"1TTfV 'rtlw, ' Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxii. WILUAMSBURMHITLEY COUNTY. BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MARCH 2. 4894, MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. NO. i Tho entertainment nt Albright Hnll A. 0. Watkins will move to JuncMra. Harrison Carpenter has recov Saturday night waa said to bo a success, tion City soon. 8. A. Koyalty ia teachered from a severe Illness. and tho snmo troupe has an engagement ing a claw In nuiHlc nt tho Christian Seven births within ton days is the for another at tho same place for tho 3d. church. record fortius imtnediato vicinity. All are invited to attend. McClelland Whenfa next mercanTho Ladies' Aid Society will meet Old Undo Johnny Leaco waa found tile venture will bo ntYosomlto. Ho with Mra. Cleo Brown Friday nftornoon. dead In his bed Wednesday morning. will opon up there In a few days. Mrs. Georgia Rico entertained tho place. Ho went to bed the night before as well J. C. Coulter has traded a farm on young people with a delightful candy On last Thursday evening the n Sterling Silver, as common and it was not known that South Fork to Mantel Clocks, Carroll Tombs for two pa'ty tho evening of the 24th tilt. Literary Society celebrated anything was wrong with Rich Jewelry, him. Ho waa town Iota hero, and Mr. Tombs will try Bronzes, Mr. J. B. Freeman left Bemen Fob. "Washington's birth-da- y by having an a good citizen. Old ago waa Fine Watches, tho causo farming for awhilo at IcHst. Spectacles, 17th for New York' and this ylaco. He open session. of bin death. H. I). Giflered will soil his property is coming to investigate Silver Plated Ware, Jlofrcrs Goods." tho stonoquarry Mr. Nelson CumtniuB, a former, citiMr. M. K. Perkins, of Crab Orchard, at public nuctlon Onyx Tables, March 8. There are here. Banquet Lamps, ' zen of this county, hut now of Green sp-a night hero this WUok. Mr. A. J. several othera hero who Imported Chinas, have tho Texas Doc Cable Is $1 abend of tho creon Novel county, was here looking as hearty aa Fish A Bro., of Mt. Vernon, camo down fever, but they will defer tho trip for b goods men. Ho telegraphed for a sam Art Goods and over Inst week. Maker of the "Logan's Fort Souvenir te see Mr. J. H. Frith, looking after n lo- short time. ple. Tho sent him a good treasury Spoon. Our stock the most Our mills aro running In full blast cation to sell goods here. Mr. complete. Our prices the lowest We Fish is a Lat Thursday as Liner Stephens note. will convince you that this is the place to trade. now when the weather will permit. This nice gentleman and has o waa returning from Liberty with license had much Thomas Taylor hpa moved hiB fami-lla a great advantage to our peoplu aa it ti-In goods business and wo to marry Mfa Lfzzie Martin, hia horeo to tho Walk Newcomb house and Mr. gives work to several hundred men. ' would bo glad to have him aa a citizen became frightened Weiderhold occupies tho house vacated and threw 1dm nfr. Mr. 0. 0. Lnwson has gone to San of our town. breaking his arm and otherwise bruisini: by Mr. T. Antoula, Toxbh, on account of his health. Messrs. W. H. Brown and W. F. him. John Leslie la tho name of tho new If ho Improves ho wilt mate t his future Baker, our live stock traders, passed It is said that at least o boy at Pat WelHb's. He is named for J. H. HUBBARD, A. M., President. home. Mr. Ohoa. Holder spent Sunday through and called on the tho republicans of this countv are randl- - Pat's father and Leslie Keeley, tho inwriter. Tht-with ua. were on their return from I.anrntr dalea, and u new oee bobs up every day. ventor of the gold cure. 23d, 1894. Dr. IS. S. Moss slipped and fell while where thev had been with n hord of cat- - It waa thought that Judge W. It. Raines Waltors it Co. have received their feodlng nt his barn hut Monday and tie. Mr. Dan Holdam, of rullcorp,ofConervatory anj Normal School teacheri.""s7per!or course, in Crab Orchard, had a sure call Lilcrature, Mu.ic aoe stuck n pitch-forin his leg. It wm was up Tuesday looking after some poor county judge, on tho nomination for machinery nnd it is being placed. Tho An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogue, and circular! fumlihed on application. but we are told by those stave factory will be ready for operation only a flesh wouudand wo hope noth-in- entile. Mra. J. 11. Firmer has been vis- In position to know Out J. M.Tilford Is within ten days. Quite a number of our eerlous. iting relatives nt Farksvillo and returned gaining ground daily and thatJudgo people have secured employment. Ttia capitalist of Chicago and othor homo somewhat improved in Unities will not have n walk over by any health. Mr. Wm. Falin and Mrs. May Hell Northwestern cities who visited our coal Bro. Stephen Collier, of Gum Sul- means. wore married at the residence of Mrs. field some wceka ago have written back phur, filled his appointments at tho Fliza Cook, Pleasant Valley, Sunday, by that the Jelllco coal is the finest coal Christian church hero Saturday night, THE CENERAL ASSEMBLY. Elder Jns. Chestnut. Mr. Jams Cook, they over aaw. Su day and Sunday niuht. He nreacb- Tho Senato committee has airreed to of Livingston, and MIsa Alico McIIarguo After a two weeks visit to Central ed three good, practical sermons, and we a tax of $1 a gallon on whisky and a bon- eloped to JeU'ersonvillo Wednesday. Kentucky, I am back onco more in need such preaching and living aa ho ded period of oight years. The literary club increases in InterWhitley and am as oyer glad, if I can advised, and wo hopt to bo able to put According to his report Attorney est. The accomplished president deserves possibly do so to send you a few little it in practice. Uro. Piko preached nt General Hendrlck's salary and feea have pralso for tho elllcient manner In which items of interest. Freedom church last Saturday and Sun- amounted to 15, 100 : annually, since hia each meeting is conducted. Tho largest : K. 11. Lee, of Galbraith Springs, day. induction into ollico. attendance in Its history was that o Term, in hero this week, on business. I am authorized to announce to tho Tho State board of equalization will Wednesday evening nt the residence of Messrs. K. M. Huguely ami Wm. Per- voters of this magisterial district that continue to exist u fow yetra more at Mrs. M. C. Williams. kins have been confined to their rooms Mr. Lonnie Ovens is a candidate for tho least. The two Houses can not agree on Mr. K. A. Repert visited Mrs. J. W. for peroral days with colds. otlice of magistrate, subject to the action tho question of Nesbitt this week. Miss Carrie Lalr was repeal. The young people of the town gave of tho democratic party. Mr. Owens ia Hon. Harvey Helm made a speech called from Lancaster by the illness of Klder J. K. Terry a surprise one evening a Christian gentleman and a total abthe other day against tho wasto of time her mother. Misses Porta Martin and list week. A most enjoyable evening stainer from Intoxicant; ia a good schol- that tho Houbo la o Indulging in when its Sallie Cook wore the guests of Miss was spent ami refreshments were served ar and as well qualified aa nv one that life ia fast petering out. Brown Inst week. Mies Lizzie by the young ladies of the party. wo could bo likoly to iret. Ho Is located Tho asylum bills passed tho House. Withers has returned to Stanford. Garrett Davis was sentenced to 10 in about tho center of the district and The first increases tho per capita from Williams, McCluro and Albright years in the penitentiary at Jack shore wo will be hound to be for him. As $135 to $150 and the other appropriates went to Maretsburg Saturday to help orlast week for killing James Finley at this ia about tho only thing a democrat ganize a Ladies' Aid Society at tho ChrisJelllco All the parties are can get In this county, let ua have a good $05,000 for Lakeland, $05,000 for 30,000 for Lexington, and S10.- - tian church; Eld. Stephen Collier, residents of this county and highly con- man, who will do honor to tho county Opposite Coffey House, 500 for Danville Asylum. nected. and the people he represents. Judge G. W. McClure, accompanied An act to prevent turkeva or pepsn Mr. L. D. Denham la in Breathitt by his daughter-in-law- , Mrs. Ella Mcfrom destroying any grain belonging to county investigating land titles. Mr. It. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Clure, left for Orlordo, Oklahoma, yesanother person is before tbn Hnnm terday, where Mrs. McO. gos D. Hill was in London moat of last week to join Has opened a nice line of Household (Ailvocitc.) Why not add chickens and dueks to tho Furniture and will put them out attending courU Walker Maaou was in her husband, who has been there since W. B. Cecil has returned from South lifit? ManV a town at the lowest cash price. rimi the opening of l'rilMntr Barbourvlllo Monday looking after some Carolina tho Strip. Mrs. Olco and Georgia, where he retailed up and call blessed the man who will Brown is again back in tho Ipostoffico, land sales. Col. J. D. Henry, of tho about 100 cotton mules at from 00 to procure the passage of the law with tho after an nbsenco of six weeks, having Herald, waa in Cincinnati last week. ! $115. He reports business dull in that amendment. been with her sick mother, who Is now section. To those buying a nice,- - new, clean bill of Furniture. Those wantHUBBLE. Tho Frankfort Capital advocates a much improved. Mr. J. P. Doty, special Drake Brothers, dealers In agricultu- constitutional amendment, removing examiner of tho pension department, ing anything in my line will make it profitable by seeing my line beFrom my unfavorable surroundings ral implements and vehicles, have asthe GO day limit on Legislative eeeaionsi was here fore buying elsewhere. Give me a call and be convinced. for the last few days, I have been una- signed to Charles H. McDowell. yesterday. J. R. Kinley has Their and fixing tho salaries of mem- moved to this county from ble to gather any Itoms for your highly liabilities are eati mated at f 2,500 and asJelllco. W. bers at fiom $000 to $1,L,00. On his proappreciated paper, save tho Hubble con- sets In notes, A. McQuown, tho L. & N.'s traveling at about $5,000. position tne State of Kentucky votes no passenger agent, was out Tuesday. Dr. flagration, about which so much has alThe elegibillty of Assessor Geo. H. in thunderous tones. Owonsboro K J. Brown will leave withinla few dayB ready been said, correct as to facts and Hocker for ro election seems to bo pretty Sue do-- and no mistake. for Philadelphia to attend lectures. Mies figures; but ono thing I wish to say, and well established by opinions which ho Mattie Newcomb is visiting Garrard that is that I never will forget my many has received from Attorney General FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. good friends for tho sympathy they have Hendrlck, Auditor Norman, Judge relatives. Mines shown mo and my family in our loss. I and tho leading members of tho Danvillo John Blankensbip bought of Wm. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. Cash a pair of mare mules for $200. am also thankfnl for the uniform wishes bar. I desire to loan to responsible parLawrence Brown has come out as a of this community that I go Into busiMrs. Robert Harding received ness again, about which I will have to mules. E. P. WoodB, candidate for ja Her. There don't Ladies' Literary Class, the Scrib. ties 12 to be many apirlng for that office. answer later on, aa it takes monny to bier Club, and a number of other friends" Stanford. A Hay, 700 bales timothy for sale at enow on Mondaj did buy a stock of goods. The postoffico at her lovely homo Wednesday from 3 not prevent a ood sized crowd from n, will be kept at my dwelling till wo to fl in honor of Mr. John W. Fox, of 50c. per 100 on tho cars. John present at county court. But little Crab Orchard. decide. Wm. Hubble will build as Big Stone Gap. Miss Mary Bell FugleGeorgo Baker sold to Catron, of Pu- business, however, was done in tho aoon as tho diflerent contractors can send man and Miss Harris assisted Mrs. Harlaski a bunch of feeding cattle nt 2J and court. in their bida on his plan. 1 wdl say it is ding In entertaining. While in Louisville last week, Mr. Large Assortment. n yoke of oxen for $70. Sizes and Shapes to suit even the most fastidious. a good point to sell goods and more good Miss Mario Warren gavo nn enlova- It. T. Pierce extended his visit to his Will Mathony bought of Chandler clever people around it than any com- blo party Tuesday night in honor of munity I over livd in; though it hns Miss Warren, of Stanford, Miss Croxton, Bros. 25 shoata at 31c and of J. II. .Boone sister's nt Irvine, Illinois. His pleasant and intelligent voting nephew, Jesse been that twice before this in tho lust of Winchester, Miss Champ, of Millers-bur- n small lotatsamu price. An ingenious Kansas hou stealer McDowell, accompanied him home. four years my store has been robbed of and Miss Rogers, of Georgetown. It is reported that two youngsters small amounts, and for which I now Generous hospitality was dispensed, and chloroformed the plga ho stole, and not living Northeast of this place on visiting ofTer a reward of $100 for tho conviction notwithstanding the Inrgocrowd present, ono of them "squealed" on him. Ihreo yeara ago Bookmaker Johnny a railroad station in a wheel vehicle of the party or parties breaking and tlr all enjoyed the evening very much. Hill, of Pennsylvania, started business lately, became so tilled up with the "ov ing it last Friday night, the advertise er joyful" that their heads became so Qukk.v and Chkhcknt Routk. "Glimp with $1,500, now ho ia worth $300,000. mont of which you will see elsewhere in ses of tho World's Fair." A selection of Tho handsomest double team iu the mixed up, that ono of them applied the of tho I, J. ho columns 102 Gems of tho White City seen throuch country la owned by John Sheppard, of brakes on ascending instead of descendKk.m km nun. That tho Wieconsln Cen tho Camera. This handsome volume Beaton. It ia composed of Reiua and ing the hills. A meeting of tho republican party tral has the unqualified endorsemout of containing 192 photographic Arab. was called at tho circuit court room on all, it being tho moat popular lino be- vlows of tho entire Exposition, allowing At a sale of nt West tween Chicago and Milwaukeo and St. all main biddings, all state and territor- Liberty, In . pijr unit! nt an averao of I Monday to make preliminary arrangePaul, Minneapolis and the Northwest ial buildings, all foreign buildings, 82S.50. A11 Oriout gilt brought tho top ments for tho forthcoming contest for county officers. A good number of the it ia recognized aa tho Pullman Line be- grounds, statuary, lagoons, and about 40 price $105. tween Chicago and Milwaukeo and Ash- views of tho great Midway Plaisance, Remember tho Intrkiok"Jojrnal party met at nbout 1 p. m. and was called At-tention land, Duluth and Lake Superior points. will bo sent to any address on receipt of Is prepared to do any kind of horse nnd to order by the chairman, Dr. I. C. Dye, , who explained tho object of tho meeting. That the Wiaconaln Central touches tho 23 cents and flvo cents for postage. This jack printing and tho best paper In this On motion, the Hon. F. P. Combest was most prominent points in Wisconsin, book has been issued by the greatest of Bection to advertise your stock'.ln. elected to preside over its deliberations having more business centors than any Southern railroads tho Queen & Ores-coJ. Malcolm Forbes, owner of Nancy railway to and from the Northwest. Route and its excellence ia with- Hnuks, regards Nollio McGregor, 2:11 as and J. D. Owens was appointed secre That its dining car service Is unsur- out a Haw. A most delightful collection tho nearest to his ideas of a perfect tary. After discussing the matter It was passed by any other line, and that its re- of exquisito views, in a small and brood mare. Ho is very anxious to decided to have a primary election the 1st Saturday in August. F. P. Combest, will cheerfully furnish any presentatives book. Many such collec- breed her to Arlou. It. T. Pierco, and Vincent Peyton wore information that may be desired. For tions are large and cumbersome. There is a cow in West Virsiuia of Send full details regarding' Kates, Routes, your address and 30 cents to W. 0. the Holfiteiu breed, which has given as appointed a committee to appoint the Geueral Passer ger Agent, Cin- high as 22 gallons os milk per Folders, Maps otc. address your nearest day. She election officers, prepare tho ballots, and cinnati, 0. ticket agent or Jaa. 0. Pond, Gen. Pass. weighs 2,000 pounds nnd waa an ordi ascertain the cost, Ac. Tho meeting "Perhaps you would not think so, but a very Agent, Milwaukee, Wis. then adjourned. Opposite Court-Hous- e large proportion of diseaua in New York mm. nnrv milker unill ine birth of a calf from carlesineis about catching cold.' says Dr. some flvo weoks ago long time ago some of the New A A levere rheumatic pain in the left thoulder had Srrui Kdsn. "It la tnrh nmni. tk;.t . .i troubled Mr. J. It. Lopcr, a well known drugiit cummou that verv lew nMntn un.un .. ....... There were 1,000 cattle on tho England States threatened to secede, and At nl ntlAnmnnin mu nnr .11.1.1!.. ... l.j of Do Molnei, Iowa, lor over aix tnonthi. market, ranging from first class now it is proposed that the sliver States timet the pain wai o cover that ha could not I 0,Jf ' one ?' ,he nealthiat places on the Atlan lilt auythlrg. With all he could do he could not tic .un -- bu yei mere are a great many casea of get rid of it until he applied Chamberlain's Patn catarrh and consumption which have their oricln to mere shells. A good demand for tho of tho Northwest go off and flock with A Complete Stock of balm. "I only made three ai plication of it." ha In this neelect of the ilmnlm.. ri.AaiiiAn r hotter grades, but no salo for tho Don't do it, boys. Mexico. Some ayi,"And havetince been free from all pain.' tlay life. The most sensible auvlce is when vou good to extra brought 111 to 4 cts.. friends of ours down South tried tbo ex now recommend! it to persona similarly afflict- have one jet rid of a as aoon as possible, lly all He ed. It ia for sale by Dr. S. O. locker, druggist. means do tot neglect It." Dr. Kdson does not common to fair 3 to 3Jcts., lighter and periment a few years ago and didn't flud tell you how to cure a cold but we will. Take Democrat. Chamberlain a Cough Kcinedy. It will relieve the rougher 2 to 2J cents. it work to their satisfaction. Louisville lunas.aid expectoration, open the fecretlons and R. II. Pronaugh, of Crab Orchard, Times. Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accusoon effect a permanent cure i and 50 cent hot. .ro iui ujr ur. J. w. IIOCKCr, OrUKgltt. tells us that his flno Duroc Red Jersey A mail carrier up In Oxford county, rately Compounded. Give him a Call. Whrn Baby was slcV, we gav her Castor!. Chamberlain's CouKh Hemcdy elves tho best sow, Belle Reid the 3d, hud a flno littor Me., wheu his team waa stuck in the nTien sh was a Child, aha cried for Costorla. satisfaction ol anr coiurh miiiin.l. II.IMU1C,i. -. wiiik iuu of S pigs tho other night, all of which snow recently, borrowed a handsled as a seller leads all other preparations In this When nhe became) Miss, una clung to C&storta, market. I recommend it becaue It is the best nro allvo and well. Mr. Brouaugh is and hauled his mail bag and one passenWhen bha had Children, she gr ve them Coatorla, medicine I ever handled for coughs and croup very proud of sow and says that ger, a lady, to tho station, in timo for a w.iuiuiiage.MiiierivlIle, LI. For sale by LJ. Dr. b. O. llocke , drussut. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. , 200 OUld UOt buy hor. his train. $& Wo hntl n 12 Inch Btiow Inst Sunday. Ilon.O. W. LeHtor wont to Clinton last Friday to bu present nt tlio opening of court IfiHt Monday. Mr. W. S. Klkina has gone to Burn-nid- o to Uku tliu position as superintou-den- t of tliu Ky. Lumbor Go's mill at tlml Gat-llllla- MT.VEnNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. THIS - J"EWELEE7 B. H. DANKS, nt ties. Bric-a-Bra- c. expo-riens- y o Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tnesday, January one-four- th k g N. V. S. ZLSTIEW We : Have Got Them. W. H. WEAREN & CO. Flo-rell- Mes-dam- last-Apr- Hop-klusvill- e, il. FURNITURE : STORE. 25 FEE CENT. REWARD paa-to- r. STA1TFORD, IKIEIITUOIKIlrT. ot, W. W. WITHERS. r. s Mrs-Parker'- s two-year-ol- d ap-pe- five-inc- h lur-th- or Buch-haua- be-in- jr NEW STOCK, NEW STYLES. g ottjst jl:r,:r,iv:e:d H. DRUGGIST A JEWEIiEB,. J. McRPBERTS. FEinsrisrr half-ton- o Poland-China- s nt A Complete line of Drugs and Medicine &c. Prescrip tions a Specialty. Kin-earso- n, GO TO MeRoberts' Drug Store, DRUGS, BOOKS, POINTS, lowest prices. promptly given to repairs. .A.. IR, ZPZEHSTZCsTY" . Plated Ware at Gold, Silver and "Watches, Clocks, Win-Chest- er "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, scalu-wag- s, 1 -. ""-- W. B. McROBERTS, . Mfctti : jsaaato v, , jJttn vtuJMMpy t'v a v "iy i f b I I W m Methodist Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal church, who formerly lived in Louisville but now has his homo in Atlanta, feels called upon to publish a card that Clove-lan- March 2, 1894 8tanfohd, Kv.t and his administration aro failures. It is Just Buch preachers as this seeker after notoriety that bring this holy call W. P. WALTON. ing into contempt. Such statements can not save bouIs and can possibly do no good. Dr. Morrison should remomber should Btick tho old saw, "a confine himself to to his last," and preaching the gospel of tho meek and lowly Nazarene, if he knowB how. Tuk majority report of tho Sonato Wim an acknowledged salary of appointed to inveetiRata a year, Attorney General Hcndrick tho Hawaiian alUir, presented by SenaLegislature tor Morgan and sisned by him and tho puts up a pitiful plea to tho enhe is a poorly p.iid and badly overthat four republicans on tho committee, faco of this dorses tho Hawaiian administration, ex- worked official. Yet in tho and criticizes Mr. he has already announced his candidacy onerates Stephens C.evolaud and Secretary of State Gresh-am- . to succeed himself aud is moving heaven Tho milk in tho cocoauut of tho and earth for another chance to work remarkable proceeding on tha part of an himself to death for scant remuneration. Gen. alleged democrat may bo found in tho To make his statements consist had tho hardi- Hendrick should give up public life and fact that Mr. Greshatn his professhood to call for an itemized bill of ex- make his millions practicing ion. . penses, when Senator Morgan and Justice Harlan asked for $ 3,000 each above Thk Cincinnati Knquirer says that tho the ?10,000 allowed them both for expell- democratic party in that city is dead. It ees while in Paris attending the arbitra- ought to have, been dead and buried tion court as members of the BehrinR long ago, if such democracy as that paper sea commission. Morgan grew highly preaches passes for tho genuine article nsulted at this fancied impugnment of there. The Enquirer is worse than the bis honor and ho wroto Secretory Gres- Commercial Gazetto as it wears tho hatn a red hot letter, Btatlng his opinion democratic livery tho better to serve reof him and of his uncalled for question- publicanism. ing of his right to spend all the monoy .Tudor Long, of tho Michigan supremo in tho United States treasury, without It court, will continue to draw $72 a month being called to account, if necessary. felt called pension for total disability, while he alwill thus bo eeon that Morgan on to pay Harrison n debt of gratitude, so draws a largo salary as judge. Tho for appointing him on the commission, district supremo court at Washington give Gresham a slap for his action in a has en Joined the commissioner from re and previous matter and get even with Mr ducing his pension to JoOa month, than tho robbery of the treasury will conCleveland, whom he hates more the devil does holy water. Morgtn may tinue. have been a man in his day, but it has The proofs of bribery and corruption passed and he is nothing now but a bro in the Louisville municipal government ken down, disappointed, grumbling old show a disgraceful Btato of affairs. Five whom the Alabamians couucilmen and one park commissioner blatherekite, should permanently retire to private are shown to have Bold themselves liko life. cittlo, and now tho courts ouuht to punTiieiie is one honest republican, who ish them like tho miserable thieves they has the couraee to say that he does not aro. believe that tho depression in business One year of tho democratic adminisIt tration is gone and but three more years is the result of democratic policy. was coming ho said before the democrats remain of G rover. There are Borne alleg had instituted their policy and it is only ed democrats who wish there was not the good fortune of republicans that the that much; democrats got into power in time to be NEWSY NOTEST caught oy it. It is one of those periodiregularly effect the cal depressions that Tho Catholic church at Cloverport country, and nothing could have aver- burned, loss $10,000. ted it. The name of this honest republiconTho Kentucky Beaver, of Pennsylvania. can is test is to be held in Lexington April G, We do not agree with him, however, under the auspices of Centre College. hat auch things run solely by periods. The barometer Iihs fallen over the It was billion dollar congresses and tho Northwest, and a storm of considerable reckless financial legislation of tho party strength is central north of North Da out of power that made the present hard kota. times inevitable. The works of the United States Rubber Company at Millville, Maas., will reLt. Lucikn Young, of the United Stat-6- sume, and 1,400 men will find employ-menNavy, says ho attended the closing Bcenesof tho Hawaiian parliament in Mrs. Mary A. Flood, a Columbus, full uniform and in an official capacity. O , dressmaker, committed suicide beThe queen was about to read her proclacause Bhe was pressed for money by her mation and when tho lieutenant saluted creditors. her she froze him with a savago look. It The National Houso passed a bilj was then that ho discovered that tho authorizing medical colleges in Kenqueen was drunk, yea very drunk. Wo the degree of "Doctor of hav'nt the least doubt of it. When we tucky to confer haye such indisputable evidence as in Medicine." F.' Cliff, of Gallipolis, O , Mrs. B. this case there is no room left for doubt. has sued ltobert Thompson for $2,500 When Lucien Young Bays a man or woram butted her in man either was drunk he or she could because the latter's have been in no other condition, for tho the abdomen. Tho consolidation of New York and deponent is a judge par excellence of Brooklyn will make the third largest citauch matters. ies of the world. Its population in 1890 Tuk Chicago Times publishes a long was 2,352,050. list of probable democratic nominees The King of Portugal has the moat on the next ticket for president costly crown in the world. Tho gold Among them is the name of David Ben- and jewels of which it is composed aro nett Hill, of New York. Under tho assur- valued at $0,500,000. ance that with God all things are p The bill for tho consolidation of New be a possibility but York and Brooklyn passed the Senate of Mr. Hill may he is not a probability by any manner the New York General Assembly, having of means. Ho is too small u man, as he already passed tho House. has repeatedly before and very recently Foster, tho Missouri weather prophshown ever to be a nominee for the et, predicts that one of the most severe president of these United States. storms of recent years will materialize between March 7 and April 13. The grand secretary of the Masons in Some silver cranks are reported to be Illinois says that when Mrs. Mary E. circulating petitions in Western mining Lease, the Kansas terror saya she is a camps asking the States Mason, sho is "a deliberate liar, who is to eecede and unite with Mexico. afllicted with the Btroug jaw." The secOnly 11 daj-- of tho Legislature reretary's statement is no doubt true but it main, aud yet but little has been done, is not considered gentlemanly in this but introduce bills. In this case neck of the woods to speak of a lady the less done tho better, however. we meant to Bay a female, in that way, Anderson Carter and Bud Monteven if like Mra. Lease, they have placgomery were taken from tho jail at ed themselves outside of decent considMountain Home, Ark., and hung by a eration. . mob, notwithstanding tho jail was heavTub other day Mr. Pence, of Colorado, ily cuarded. eaidin his speech that Congressman The phosphate deposits of Florida Heiuer was "fuller of beard than of are the greatest in the world. Over 100 of mines are now opened, and it is estimaideas." Tho reporters got it beer," and in that way it was Beut in ted that 133,000,000 tons of the phospat-e- s the dispatches. So tho next day Mr. are actually in Bight. Pence bad to rise to a question of privi-eg- e It is probable that the Statuo of Lib and say what he did Bay, to keep erty in New York harbor will bo turned Mr. Heiner from chowing him up. over to the care of tho Sons of the Revcosts $10,000 a year to light Matt Johnson was electrocuted at olution. Itwith electricity. Statuo Sing Sing Tuesday, and tho dalliea gave the Mrs. Arthur Maker, of Noblesvillef account of it. The ltBj than a " Ind., instead of feinting when a brute novelty of bucIi executions have worn Hickman attempted to outrage off and the murderers are now worked named secured her hushand's Biot gun off like the dogs thoy ure without being har, him beg for mercy. permitted to pose as martyrs and be the and made A dispatch from St. Petersburg, says recipienta of floral and other favors that a terrible boiler explosion has taken from sentimental female fools. placo at the big iron works at Aloxan. men were killed Ykstkrday was the day for tho State drowsk. Twenty-fiv- e Senators to draw for tha long and Bhort and ten were seriously injured. The withdrawal of the L. & N. from terms. We were bo confident that Sang Lay, with tho accustomed luck of tho Memphis Cotton Association has Digger his class, would draw the long term that brought about a reduction of 13 cents we did not think it necessary to tele- per 100 pounds on cotton freight from Memphis to New York and Boston. graph an inquiry. Dr, Morrison, of the By his own confession, William Headloy, Secretary and Treasurer of & d 6 OB 8 PAGES. shoe-mak- er $o,-1- 00 Inter-Collegia- ox-Go- 3 t. Headloy e Lexington, Kv-- , has duplicated receipts, and ia now a fugitive in Mexico. Three striking minors wero killed and seven wounded at lviglo MineB, near Montgomery, V. Va., the result of an attempt of tho strikers to compel tho miners to stop work. Tho militia has been railed out. Intelligence from tho bedsido ot Mr. Wilson, chairman of tho wayu and means committee, is to the ellect that the climuto of Mexico has greatly 'Improved him and that tho typhoid (over crisis has passed. Henry Murray aud Ir.i Evans, of Boulder, Colo., each 14 years old, wager-e- ,l their sleds on tho reHiilt of a prize During tho fight between themselves. Evans a blow under mill Murray struck the heart killing him in a few minutes. The city council of Atlanta has subscribed $75,000, tho clearing houso bank $10,000 and $50,000 has been voluntarily subscribed for the proposed cotton States and International Exposition to bo held in Atlanta in 1S93. It is expected that $300,000 will be raised. At Middlesboro, Lou Lawson, 13 years old, was whipped by hia teacher On for Bomo misdemeanor at school. whipped him hearing of it his father again. This preyed upon hia mind to such an extent that he committed suicide by taking morphine. A saloon keeper named Gross had a fight with a photographer at Louisville, Smartw ho did him up in short order. from the etlects of the drubbing ing Gross ran for a warrant for tho arrest of his assailant when he was stricken with heart disease and fell dead. Henry McDonald, son of Dr. a Baptist preacher, formerly of Georgetown, ia in jail at Cnattauoosa charged with seduction and abducMon. He was a society man at Atlanta, but got ouamored with pretty Misa Webb, daughter of an East Tennessee railroad engineer and ran off with her. Fourteen years ago Harry Ohurer, then a lad of IS years, left hia home at Dayton, O., to aodk a fortune iu the in West. Hia parents did not hear froip him until a few days ago, when ho returned with $50,000 in cold caah and left behind him a largo lauded estate in Montana and other Western States. Tho marshal baa petitioned tho District Supremo bench to uso tho large court room in the District building for case. the trial of the He states that he has received already 1,000 requests for the admission tickota, and over 200 members of the bar have a spoken for Beats. He anticipates crowds. The deadlock in tho House on tho Bland Seignioraije Bill waa broken Wednesday by some of tho Eastern Democrats refusing to act longer with the filibusters. A special rule to close debate waa presented, but on this the quorum failed. Mr. Bland thinks tho special will bo adopted, and that his bill w . have a majority of from fivo to 10 votes. Judge Groeacup, of tho United States Circuit Court at Chicago, returned a decision, which will render, to a large extent, practically valueless the Interstate Commerce law. He decides that railroad officials can not be compelled to answer questions of the grand jury relative to rate cutting, basing his opinion on tho Fifth amendment to tho Constitution, giving every citizen of the United States tho right to refuse to incriminate himself. waie-housPollard-Breckinridg- At tho beginning of tho century tho II. h the the Bible waa accessible to but Distilling Company of the population of tho world. Now it may Peck ono-fift- ol tho people of globe, so rapidly hns Its translation tho been carried on. Danville iaa city of churches. Thoro At the Louisville Store, that will make this week a memorable one. aro two Preabytorians, Northern and Clearing out dollars in merchandise for dimes in cash. This sale comSouthern, both with fine houses of wor-ahoffered at a greater reduction than has ever been and large congregations; Baptist, prises an entire stock Moth-odimade before. Episcopal, Christian, Catholic and Tho now Methodist churches church cost $'is,000. Tho Central Mothodist, Catlettsburg, Ky., now closing its 27th year, ia offered to now cubecriberH, until January 1, To buy goods. Such low prices cannot prevail long else every mill in liny now occausc you lSi5, for $1, with a free copy for a club the country would be compelled to close, Every department is complete. Acricnn India raro opportunity know they arc low. often. That affords go blues 5c American Indigo blue and gold 5, yard wide unbleached to secure a tirst cNsa paper at a very Chil6c, 71c, 5c, bleached cotton cotton 10c, 15c, and 25c. A colored preacher put 100 converts dren's, misses and ladies' hose at 5c. under the freezing waters of an Ohio Ladies' Sleeve Ribbed Vests 20c worth 35c. 4 papers pins for 5c. They came out with Get you a pair of blankets while they go at half price, 75c for a pair creek Sunday. clothing frozen stiff and in tho fer- that arc worth Si. 50. thoir In fact any thing in the line of winter goods vor of their new found joy, circulated in will go at half its value. Outfit to go for this week. We propose to the crowd of 3,000 people shaking hands wind up winter with and praising the Lord. A dispatch from Lexington Bnya that that city experienced the dry-s- t Sunday last Sabbath evor known in the history )nly two So make the last week of February, 1894, a memorable one in the of that great whisky center. s For this we have rigged up an outfit wero found open on tho Bly the trade annals of Stanfoad. duly closed mid containing every outside article that a man wears. We have priced and each of them were tho proprietors fined. this outfit as a whole and in separate items for the sole purpose of atmeeting at tho Christian church tracting attention, raising a big row, starting a stampede, that will Tho continues with 15 additions to dati f clean out the stock in one week. The suit alone is worth the price of Elder V. E. Ellis is preaching somo ex the entire outfit. celont sermons and urging with eloSG.75! The Suits arc row toe, plain on Either alone or quence and earnestness that ainnra lleo Suit, double and single cap, lace or gai- in the 9. !5 out- come, but there is from tho wrath to black ter, well made, fit. Shoes, 1. 00 breasted, nothing of tho sensational about the cheviots. Fine regular price and everything is done decently The shirts are they go for Not aud in order. worsteds. Hat, bo read by nlnp-tenth- s ip st OUR STARTLING BARGAINS NOW IS YOUR TIME 4c, 4c, 7c, Sc, 5jc, Sjc. low-pric- A GRAND HURRAH! bar-room- per-vic- -- $i-5- 0; -- MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. MB Shirt, Collar, -- e enor-mou- or-d- church Affairs. . isai-hi- e, Bilver-producin- g per-ha- ns "two-stick- Rev. W. E. Arnold will preach at Goshen Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Tho meeting at Rowland conducted by Rev. W. E. Arnold has had 0 or 8 additions. The meeting at Rev. Fred D. Hale's church in Owensboro closed Sunday night with 78 additions to the church. Rev. John Rifle haa resigned tho pastorate of tho Baptist church at and has gone to Florida to livo. colored converts were Thirty-siburied in baptiffPat Louisville Sunday, alter a hole hSflfbeen cut in the ico for tho purpose. The Baptists dedicated tho finest nlmrch in Western Kentucky at Hen derson Sunday, Rev. J. H. Boyet preach ed the sermon. Tho Tabernacle congregation having raised fGO.OOO it ia said that Dr. Talmago will not resign next Sunday, which is tho 25th anniversary of hia pastorate. A Methodist preacher, one S. A. Steele, haa at last located the unpardonable sin. It is dancing and ho preached a terrific eorinon on it at Paducah Sunday. Tho Baptist church, at a call meeting, extended a call to Rov. J. D. Chapman, of Milledgoville, Ga.. to become their paBtor at a salary of $1,400 a year. Winchester Democrat. Tho first woman to bo ordained a preacher in the Congregational Church in Massachusetts ia Mra. Amelia A. Frost who was received into holy orders at Littleton a low days ago. Thoro aro now 30 aged or infirm ministers and 105 families of deceased South-er- n ministers receiving aid from the Presbyterian Invalid fund. The anHus-tonvi- lle x John CummtiiKH and Miss Cissy Griffin were married at Mrs S.irah Griffins Tuesday. Mrs. Henry Young, of Pcnsacola, Fla., aged 40 years, ia reportod to have recently given birth to her twenty-fourtchild. At Kittaining, Pa., the wife of David RosQiiberger gave birth to fivo children, three uirls and two boya. They are all doing well. Julian Oppenheimer, a young Hebrew merchant, of Elktou, has acanbal-ize- d his church by secretly marrying a a Gentilo heiress, of HopkinsTillo. Six years ago John Galvln, of O., deserted Ids bride of two weeks. He returned tho othpr day and found hia wife a corpse, having died the morning of his return. W. H. Iair, of Hustonville.BudMiiB Louisa Grnbbs, also of the West End, drove down yesterday and wero joined heart and hand in the court Iioubo, Rev. A. V. Sizemoro officiating. The marriage of Miss Bessie New-mnwell known here, to Mr. John Crutcher, a Chicago drummer, lato of Nicholaaville, waa solemnized in royal stylo Tuesday in Louisville Charles Hoyt, the great playwright, and Mies Carolino Miskell.the Kontucky actress, wero married yesterday at tho New York residence of tho groom'a Kentucky partner, Mr. Frank McKee. At Both, Me., a coasting party was talked of to include no bachelor under 43 and no old maid under 40, but aa nono of the latter would admit that they were that old the effort to get it up proved abortive. S. S. Leslie, a drummer, ia Beeking divorce from hia wife at Fort Worth, Texas, on the ground that when ho call-o- d on her at her aolicitation, she drew a pistol and then and there made him marry hor. Tho story is too improbable. Who' ever heard of a woman or any body olso gutting away with a knight of the grip h Tay-lorsvll- lo, The Hats are price Si; they go ther alone or in the $0.2$ outfit. fine felt al pines, for 50c either or in the shapes. Silk Tic, 5 The Shoes are spring leath- Regular St. 50. S9.25 outfit. good solid S9.25 er, broad or nar-- They no for 7?c linen. They go for 10c either alone or The collars arc regular All shades in So. 2? outfit. The ties arc new styles, all silk tccks and they go for 15c cither alone or in the S95 outfit. 10 one worth less S either alone laundered dress than $10. They or in $9.25 out bosoms, plain or fancy. Regular go for S6.75 ei- fit. 1 LOUISVILLE : STORE, TZTSr., STAXTFORJD. A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor T. D. RAN FY, Manager. B. K. WEAREN, (Successor to Geo. D. Wcaren,) Dealer iij Carriages, "Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. Before you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper, than Get His Prices the cheapest. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. - OF - Bogus Oliver Chilled Flow Repairs Back? Bklow wo give tho names of tho candidates before tho primary election tomorrow in the order that they will appear on tho ballots. All you have to do is to stamp with tho ateucil in tho square in front of tha man's name you want to vote for, fold your ticket up and give it to tho clerk and tho thing ia dono. For Judge, D J. K. VANARSDALE, Is the only one authorized to sell Oliver Chilled Stanford. Plow Repairs in W. E. VARNON, JAMES W. GIVENS, For Clerk, D G. B. COOPER, For Attornpy, D D J. B. PAXTON, SAM M. OWENS, For Sheriff, GLASSWARE, QUEENS WARE, CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinawarc line. examine and get prices. Call and D D D T. D. NEWUND J. A. GIVENS For Assessor, D D D E. O. KENNEDY, JNO. BRIGHT J. M. JOHNSON M. F. ELKIN, For Jailer, FERRIS & HSRDIN, Stanford, Ky. Wo Mo in T. J. HATCHER D DINK FARMER D G. W. DEBORD D Dealer Oliver Chilled and Bucher & Gibbs' Imperial F13BKIN D D J. B. MERSHON JOHN BAILEY, Double Shovel Plows, Plow Harness and PETER HAMPTON, The peach buds in tho great SouthI am the only authorized ern Illinois fruit growing section aro renual requirement ia $10,500. killed by tho recent severe cold Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. The union rovival meeting at Fal- ported over CO additions weather. Other fruits not yet injured. offered by different parties, mouth haa reaultod in A Mercer county ewe has broken of to the various churches, and a world record by giving birth to five lambs, good has been done, sayB tho Guide. It the all living. is Btill in progreeB. Paris Kentuckian. FIELD Agent in the East End of the county for aJrBcwarc of the bogus repairs that are SEIEIDS. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. !Zny w fsa Semi-Week- 22 years old obtained from tho Btanding jury to try mr 'PJ frTfr1 years and ono month of which tho caso aro Iko Terry, J. II. Raines, J. . A--4 it has been under the present manage- U. Caldwell, J. J. Thompson, W. II. Unfw.Wi vAr.wfVir Oai't. John Jamkb, of Rowland, is tho ment. derwood, J. W. ItaineH nnd J. It. Hales. Stanford, Ky., - Makcii 2, 185)1 proud father of n girl. 0 u 7m' Fihk destroyed the main building at Tho Commonwealth is assisted by Joe C. Jones and Harvey Helm, while the ItuAD Karris & Hnrdin's "ad" nnd go Alum Springs Wednesday night, togethE. C. Walton, Business Manager to hvo their beautiful linn of chinawnro. er with its contents, causing n heavy defense is in the hands of Messrs. W. G. Welch, W. II. Miller, G. E. Stone and It. mr- Wr'Wr-I am now receiving u full lino of spring loss. Its origin is unknown. " C. Wnrren. Ii " fiiiltingH. Call and boo them. II. 0. ltu ymkwmTi MEANS IU8IHE3S. at WW Among tho visiting lnwyors nre Capt. Job Coffey and P. W. Green have J pley. posted notices for application for license Wm. Herndon, Col. John W. Yerkes, Buy your scliool bookn and school sup plIi'H ol nil kinds at A. It. l'ennv'fl. Just received n now and nico lot of at tho next term of tho county court Robert Harding, G. E. Stone, C. It. McWatciim, clochH and jowelry repaired spring clothing for hoys. Call and peo John B. Smith will also apply for license Dowell and Robert Breckinridge. and warranted. Knrnvintt a epoclalty, 8. II. Shanks. to soil liquors at the Mulllna House at at A. It. Penny'H. Judge J. W. McDill, of tho Interstate South Fork. MAIN ON Call and see those wool suits for men Tiik lurncrtt stock of DrnwH, Mt'dloines, Commorco Commiesion, died at his homo I'oriuinory, I'Hintn find Wall I'apur nt at $1 50 nnd f5. Now stock just receiv will please In Creston, Iowa. Tub County Committee You can save money by examining myjncw stock of goods and payA. It, Penny's. 1'rcHcriptioiiH a epuclnl-t- y. ed. B. F, Jones it Ron. meet in county clerk's office Wednesday Theophilua Blnnd, of Pitt county, ing Cash for March 7, nt 1 o'clock for tho purposo of N. C, has soven eons, each of whom Tiikiib will bo n box frty nt the PERSONAL POINTS. counting tho vote of tho primary. The weigh over 200 pounds. .Saturchurch nt Itowland, will please make Cyclonic storms, earthquake perturWm. Jackson, of london, wns In town day night, for the benefit of tho Sunday ollicers of the election prompt returns to tho county clerk. It. bations, volcanic eruptiotiB, blizzirds, Tinware, &c. You arc invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair Tuesday. school. Tho admission fee will he 16c. It. Gentry, Chairman. cto., nre predicted for March by Prof. with you and will appreciate your patronage. My goods are all First Mum J. M. Hkazi.ky Ih upending n few' and everybody U invited to attend. liicke, of it. Louis. Class Staple goods and will be sold at a dnys in Junction (Jity. A Cain. John Traylor came to town At a secret caucus held nt BirmingWk hnvo just received one moro lot Mifhks Doha and Minnik Stiiauh went Wednesday and gave himself up stating ham by representatives of the mining those flue namplti shoes, worth $'.(,60 per to Loiiiuvillu yesturdny. that he had driven n knife eo deep into organizations of North pair, to he sold nt thu same price, $1.1)3 Alabama, embracMiih. W. 11. Muiiruv is vory low with bis brother Alex that it took both Lia ing n This is positively your last chance for membership of 10,000, tho Kolb Call and see me, look through my stock and you will agrcce that you conHiiinption nnd is not expected to live. hands and nil his btrength to withdraw can save money by trading with me. ticket was indorsed. such bargains B, F. Jones & Son. Mil Jobki'II Swoi-K- , of Iudianapolls, Ih it. He was placed under guard mid the viMling his many friumls In this counWk nro told Mnt one of the candidates trial set for yesterday. His statement is Let it run, and your cough may end ty. in order to create sympathy and get that since last spring he and his brother in something serious. It'n pretty sure to, Mns. II. M. IJallou, of Lnncaatur, is votes, buttons one arm in hia coal and have been at enmity over a pnss way on if your blood is poor. That is just the time nnd visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. with an armless sleeve, begH for the dear his place for which purpose Alex claim- sumption. condition that invites Con Tho seeds nre John hns fastened its hold upon sown and it Gaines. o wont ed to have the right of 20 feet. voter to come to his rescue. you, before placed a fence ncross the proposed pnes-w- you know that it is neur. Miw. Siikuman Xaim'kii, of Ixibanon give name thin time. It won't do to trifle nnd delay, when nnd Alex threw it down n number Junction, Ih tho guest of Mrs. Ilettie It is now a felony to throw stones or of times. Wednesday while Alex and the remedy is at hand. Every disorder Daw eon. that can bo reached through the blood mifriles or fire weapons nt passing Mkb. W. II. Kihiiv nnd Minn Mnttiu other John Kirk were fixing for the paeawav, trains. Tiie legislature deservra credit John went over to show them where it yhddH to Dr. Pierce's Goldon .Medical Thompson loft yesterday to visit friends Discovery. For Severe Coughs, Bronfor the passage of the lnw, and while it must go. He and Alex quarrelcd'at us chial, Throat and Lung Diseases, If you don't sec our new Asthma, in Memphis. is nt it another should bo passed making mil mid John Bays Alex mndo nt him Scrofula in every form, and even the Miu. Maiiv Kmw.kman and Mr. nnd ScrofulouH affection of tho lungs that's I n j i j Mrs. Knh Kmlumau have, moved to it capital ollense to put obstructions on with a , with which ho struck him called Consumption, in all tho earlier i ii ii railway tracks to wnrk trains. producing n Blight wound in the face. stages, it ia a positive and complete cure. their farm near Hubble. strength-reBtore- r s It is the only John iiihii grabbed himand threw him to I'lihTTY Mies I.kaii SrKUKit, of Crab Somk lo couples "surprised" Mr. and nnd so nlfective Orchard, ppent unvwnl dnys with Minn Mrs. Kd Owens Tuesday night nnd had thugrounJ, when tho bystanders pulled thatit can be guaranteed. If it doesn't Kva Stiver, nt tho college. a rattling good time from S till 2. Mrs. them part. In the fall n butcher knifo benefit or cure, in every case, you hnvo Before buying. A good matting for 10 cents per yard. A good Miiw Mattik N kwcomh, of Mt. Vernon, Owens was not very much surprised as which John says he put in his pocket to your money back. was tliti guest ol Irienus Hero n day or sue bad prepared a nice repast of tees to cut some limbs, fell on the ground, Perfection is two this week nnd then went to Rich and fruits and not only taken up tho and when Alex rushed at him again he tarrh Remedy. attained in Dr. Sage'a CaIt cures tho worst cases. mond. but wnxed jerked it up and attempted to "slash Only 0 cents; by druggist. crjMt in the dining-rooM its. John S. Uoodk nnd daughters, the lloor for the dancers, who tripped to him on the back" with it. instead he Misses Lvtm nnd Com Goodv, of litis- - mandolin music made by John Cook nnd drove it Into his side five inches, fortuNEW ADVERTISEMENTS. t3tiville, are guests of Mrs. Nitnnio Ow- Lige Farmer. Mlm Nora M or eland and nately missing tiie hollow and the spinal Competitors say we will get tired selling Apron and Dress Ginghams ens and Mrs. K. V. Owens. Tilden Cook each favored tho company column. Dr. Carpenter was Bout for and at 5 c, but they are still going at that price. Thu doctor Mil. G. W, Stki'iik.ns, who is in the with solos and were roundly npplnuded. so was Kid. W. I',. Ellis. I .s tnorcantllu business nt Iobanon Junciiressea me wouuu nuu eaya it is not The people of Harnourville, who seem necessarily fatal. Tho wounded man My tion, was here this wetik. lie says there's ure wa linrned I'rMay night, F:b 23. 04. no place liko this to sell goods and that to have had nil idea for a long timo that complains grbntly, however, of his anil I think rolibctlof part of Its contents, and tor the arreit anj (.unviction of guilty parties I will h is coming back noon to go into bus1, C. F. Davidson was h little tin Jesus, are hruast, which he says wns mashed in by pavjioo. J. A II A MMIONDS. beginning to find him out. A dispatch John, who jumped upon it with hia I'll Hubble, Ky ness. from there says that John A. Black nnd knees with great force. Tho brothers CITY AND VICINITY. Senator W. J. Cnudill ask that a judg- have been at cross questions for years Millinery. Dressmiking1 and Purchasing. Cottons and Calicoes going at lower prices than ever known before. ment for $17,000, which went against over a division of their father's estate, AtK your neighbor what it is. them nt the last term of court, be ret and serous trouble between them has I'koiiaiu.y your sweetheart can tell aside. It was on a noto which the plain-till- s Sprine is now complete. long been expected. Tho case has been Our line olpreaml Millinery dresses and wraps e are also to make you. r. l..l.t. ..I... allege that Davidson induced them submitted to the grand jury aud there w. t.uir .Iiu milium, Tl.- - of ii. juagmeni. and ue i Uttedisplayrd in the selection ol everything from ItOHN, to the wife of Willis Spratt, n to sign under the pretense that tho examining trial. will be no a piece oi guous 10 oe rent wunoul making up to no boy. and Improvement ComMillinery, Gloves, Underwear, Circuit Court. Mat Martin Jr., for It's queer that you hav'nt found out pany, of which both were large stockholCorsets, or one Miller was fined $'20 and needed inHosiery, Cent' orWear, ou any article ders, nnd of which Davidson wis Secrethe household farm receipt ol at vet. You don't try. of ihe purchase money which can tary nnd Treasurer, needed tho money. costs, Tuesday. Arthur McGinnia was least by P. O. order, reiisternl bo aent letter, or dralt, Olivkk chilled plow points, three for The plaintilTs say tho noto was discoun tried for shooting nt W. It. Akin, but payable to out order. Ilalancc C. O. L). hy ex press. References cheetlully failed to agree. William Trice, on receipt of pottage stamp. given. Samples sent 51, nt W. II. Wenren A Co.'s. ted nt the Cumberland Valley Bank, but tho jury Mate class of ijroda boy, was givon two yearB desired. Instructions tent for that not n dollar of it was ever transferr- a i:5 year-ol- d and pcrlect fit guaranteed according to measure. our 50c lino of neckwoar at J5c; See ed to the accounts of the said land com- in tho penitentiary for breaking into the Wedding trousseaus, mourning hnts and bonnets a specialty. Thanking you tor pastfavors I solicit To buy from us at one price or from also our $W25 and S1.G0 dnxw shirts at someone else at his prices. Look pany, for whoso benefit it was originally house of Fred P. Bishop, when a jail a cootiuuance. 1S cents. B. F. Jonea & Son. MARY DAVIS DUDDERAR. sentence might have been inflicted. As at these and decide for yoursell. All prints including Oil Keds, IndiIntended. . Mrs. Kate Uuddtrar, Manager. Stanford, Ky. is ho will ho pardoned by Gov. Brown go Blues and Simpson's Blacks at 5c, all Lancaster and Amoskeag Only one day for electioneering is left In marked contradistinction to the it if he adherres to tho rule he has adoptchecks and Fancy Ginghams at 5c, a splendid lot of outing flannels at nnd the candidates nro fairly burning the coarse and vulgar performance of tho I nre 8y$c, a beautiful wind. Mny the best men win. evening before was tho ed with reference to children who "lecturer" ihe . sent to tho State prison. Tho cases of nhle, ornate nnd nt times beautiful adAll persons knowing themsetres indebted to the A uewaiu) of 10 cents will be paid for Mat Warren, for selling liquor unlawfuldress of tho Itev. J. W. Lynch, of Dan- ly of John O and J II. Carter for keeping his store estate and settle Ramsey dee'd, will please come tlm return of tho young printer who left lot ward at once. Those having claims Wednesday eveville, nt the against the same will this olllco yesterday, dead or nlive. opon on Sunday tvero dismissed with the ly proven on or before please present them properilarch 15, 1894. ning on tho subject of temperance. W K. McCLAKY, Admr. coats. The trials of Tinsloy Mershon for '3 at Lot of Zephyr Ginghams at actually worth 25c. Lot satteens Maucii came in liko a modest, little While especially addressing himself to malicious wounding and carrying conworth 25c, will go this week at Lot of gentlemen's shoes at weather yesterday was bo life of liquors and tho infamous traffic In lnmh. Tho cealed weapons were set for next MonNOTICE. 51.25, better than anything on the market at the price. Two lots of much like spring had come that them, Mr. Lynch shows by his manner day. ladies' Oxfords as a starter for $1, worth $1.50. The best ladies wpuld have gono to work had it nnd words that Ihe believes in temper-nno- n Tho death of Mr. J. M. Cook, trustee not been so wet. in all things, n virtue which most of tho jury fund, wnsinoted and the Notice is given that an election will lo held on tpmpernnce orators do not popsesi, nt Judge appointed George L. Penny to fill OlMt Hubble and Hedgevlllo subscribMarch 10, 1804, least they fail to demonstrate it if thoy the vncaucy who qualified with A. It. In tho Crab Orchard Magisterial ers complain greatly that they do not District in Lincoln co nty, Ky.lortie purpose of inking the In the city for $ get their papers regularly. There Is no do. Such addresses as Mr. Lynch's is Penny Buroty. 1.50, $2, S3. SO and $3. Our cheap counter is loaded sense of the legal and qualified voters of said calculated to do good great for the rauso The judge quashed tho indictment .Magisterial Ulstrlct upon the proposition whether this week with overcoats and towels. If you want either come at once excuse for their not getting tho Intkii-ioor not which is oftener Injured Journal tho day it is Issued as it by intemperato than otherwise temper- against F. L. Chtford for embezzlement Spiiituous, Vinous orMalt Liquors and see them. Our muslin underwear, summer net and gauze underadvocates of on the grounds that there was no statute goes from hero promptly at l a. m. Koine wear are now ready at the very lowest prices. Before we close if you ance, who Hppear to have but n single covering tho case, as there was no breach Shall be sold, or bartered or loaned therein, the mail man is rcsponsiblo for tho delay winter stuff we are still selling any thing in that line at alDKUGUISTS, except upon sales wantanh idea and little reason. Tho house was of trust with the consignor on the part same to apply to purposes. for sacramental and wo will tinil out who Iih is. most your own price. packed to hear Mr. Lynch nnd tho ap- of tho defendant, who was a mere agent of Mild election ill be held in pursuance of an ora the Juoge Lincoln Will not nit Dbi'ctiks. Wo hnvo plause that he received nt tho closo of the express company. The Common- der of and entered of the January County elCourt, at the made Term said been shown letters from James II. Car- his speech! shook the building nnd wealth's Attorney, Mr. J. S. Owsley, Jr., Court, i8;4. and which order is in words and figures as follows, son and Joe C. Mngeo in which they de. must have swelled his heart with pride. excepted and will appeal tho case. I LINCOLN Cc UNTY COURT. Regular Term, Jan y 8, 1S94. clare that tho report started for election- Tho music, led by Mrs. J. P. Bailey on Tho grand jury returned 17 indicteering purposes that they were to bo orenn, assisted by Mr. Joe F. Wntera ments up to yesterday, three of which Lincoln County Court on the 5th day of January, a uumbcr 1S94, signed voters deputies in case of Mr. Sam M. Owens' with cornet nnd a number of good sing- are for murder, James Banks, Ed Welch Crab OrchardbyMagisterial of legal asking of the District that an us sherlir, Ih without foundation. ers, wns u pleasing feature of tho occa- aud A. C. Dunn. calling an election to be held in election be made Tho trial of Welch order precinct on the ioth day of March, 1694,10 said Mr. Magee states that ho never made sion. was set for next Mouday and that of take the nensc of the legal voters of said precinct, I have about completed my stock of goods which is composed of to vote at election any such statement nor hns Mr. Owens During tho Metho- Banks for Friday, 0th. Win. King nnd who are qualified propositionanwhether orfor county Stkanoe Thinos. not spirollicers, upon the malt over mentioned such n thing to him, dist revival recently, a Queens-ware- , shall be sold, barunstealing, were indicted ituous, inous ortherein,liquors to John Dishon hog loaned apply to while Mr. Carson ssys if he over made known nnd unannounced "strango thing" and so was Green Hynt for tapping Thos. tered or except upon salessame sacramental DRUGpurposfor GISTS on for petition such n statement ho was joking. appeared on the econo and by his fer- Dalton's till nnd their trials were also set es, said January,coming It beinghearing on the Sth 1804, the first day of the day of of the Lincoln County Court, and It vent "aniens" and other noisy demon- for Monday. All tho Stanford Baloon regular term MunmciiKKs and other lawbreakers who . . ... , .. that the legal voters of said precinct Plows, Salt, Lime, Cement, &c, all bought at the lowest CASH , strations drew attention to himself nnd Kuupura niivu uuuu iuuiuiuu iur buiiiuk " appearing petition represent more than 7$ per PRICE, and having no old stock to carry, I am able to give prices signing said load themselvca with whisky to fjivo good peoplo took him in. Tues-da- minor liquor. II. II. Wndo waa acquitted ceut, of the votes cast in said precinct at the last general election, and all the requirements of the that will be crime in their the them norvo to do tho night last he paid them back by tak- for selling liquor unlawfully and Ben law having been compiled with : It is ordered that to glvo tho prohibition-lsts"awfu- l held iu hoarts, contlnno ing thorn In. Tho "Itev. L. L. Pickott," Kennedy;for assault was fined $25. No en election beon the the Crab Orchard Magis ioth day of March, 1894, terial Precinct examples" in their arguments between the hours of 7 a. m. and 4 p. m. lor the na ho called himeelf, had so far ingraciat-eindictment was returned against John purpose of taking the sense ot the legal voters of against tho whisky trntllc. With three Appreciating the favors shown me heretofore I himself into the good grnces of tho Doss, accused of stealing money from said precinct, who are qualified to vote at elec- To Investivate. murders and a modern example of Cain county officers, upon the proposition churchlthat it readily accepted his ser- Mr. Hout, and ho was discharged from tions foror not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors again ask a share of your patronage. Respectfully, whether placed boforo them in tho last fow weoks shall be sold, bartered or loaned therein, the same vice for n "lecture" for tho benefit of the jail. to apply to DHUuGlSTS, except upon sales for ia littlo wonder that converts to hero Sunday-schoo- l library, nnd advertised Tho appeal from tho county judge's sacramental purposes, the result of said election ranks are being daily mndo, who their to and to Benkie Wearen, Clerk. that for)25 cents "in hand pnld, the ro- - decision against granting J. W. James in be certifiedfor countyreturned as required by law ollicers. elections demand n change of tho present order ceipt of which was thereby acknowledgliquor license on n now application for a The following officers aro appointed to hold said of things. Wo need a few hangings nnd Voting J. Chadwlck ed" a porson could .Msten to n wonderful year, hecausejhiB firm license had not ex- election:E Carson, i'reciact No. J. C.Harris, clerk, a.JI. Severance,judges; M. Voting Preinct No. wo need thorn badly, or Lincoln county lecture on "strange things." sheriff. Tho Amount pired, though thero had heen a dissolu- and Wm, a C.A. Hedd.Sr., and G. A. Adams, judges; S. will ho known far and wldo again for her was small to bo suro nnd tho object a tion of partnership, waa granted and A. MiddMon, clerk, and John Edmiston, sheriff. murders and other lawlessness. been worthy ono, but when tho peoplo filled Judge Varuon was ordered to issue the Same having law. tested as to the qualifications as required by shrub the house to hear n tonth rato prohibi- license, which will permit the sale of liGiven under my hand this 17th day cf January, J. K. Swkht, n 1894. JOHN N. MKNKKKE, from Wayne, forfeited, his bond of fSOO tion Bpeech, preluded by some alleged quors in tho Crab Orchard product for n Sheriff of Lincoln County. The Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your to answer before the U. 8. court nt Lou- funny business about bachelors, old year no matter how the election goes. The beauties of the jury drum system isville this week, and as ho is charged maids &c, somo of them at least felt that with swindling as pensioner, as pension they had been taken advantage of, and were shown yesterday after tho panels had added another to the strango things. were exhausted and but Beven Jurors agent, as poatmaetor, as moonshiner, a counter- of life, by paying a quarter to hear that could bo gotten in the Odio Paul caso for Came to my premises on the 19th of February that he was a Pigs Owner can get them School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, feiter and that he Bold, liquor without which any ,'prohlbition enthusiast will tho murder of Iko Helm. Another batch a black Sow and I'ive and paying for this notice by describing property Liquors for Medical Purposes. U. D. HIA'IT. license, It la little wondor. The chargo gladly tell yon for nothing. It is all right was drawn and tbo men are scattered in and her keep, Kwell, Ky. Mr. Pickett or Mr. anybody elea to every direction, from tho Rockcastle to on which hia bond was forfeited was that for prohibition, vote prohibition and the Casey line, from Garrard to Pulaski of robbing tho poatoffico of which he talk DR. W. B. practice prohibition, but it would be and from Boo Lick to Boyle. Tho sherIlendrickson, of was postmaster. P. Call and see us. confessed lo Bending obscene more in keeping with a causo that we iff had to be sent for them and the case through the mails and waa are told is such a divine ono to use ho hangs up till the men are brought, and lifnraimo Office South Side Main St., in office recenUy j deception to get a crowd and its monoy. then they may not bo competent. Those vacated by Dr. Lee F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. given a sentenco of $50 One and coats ly Interior Journal Someiiooy knew. Why don't you ask ovorybody you meet? The Interior Journal ia 10 to-da- y, m m iron jl jmmMJU!) J3kJmjj M rxi jsnr - I : Gf'TfcTIP VY 7R ID) dF)YrVrWtr i ' j I MB W CASH STORE EAST STREET. ;'l l hi Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, m SMALL PROFIT FO"R CASH. m m J. C. FLORENCE. ny -- Yon Will (Diss It i barpus, MRltgS , : m blood-clenn- sr, ilesh-build- Rk : Etc., All Wool Carpet for e. $100 HBWABD m 50 New Novelty Dress Patterns. SEVERANCE & SON. f. 1 le 11 one-thir- d m Local Option, I2c, Jl "1 1 m - .NOTICE court-hous- o Lot of Pereales at lOe. i3c. gar-done- rs ELECTION Saturday, French Kid Shoes h 1 m m - it; HUGHES & TATE. NEW ST CK TOICTM wild-eye- Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Iron Wagon Material, I y d TO INTJHBJHST. W. H. HIGGINS. 51 J I 1 DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. sweet-scente- d M i mail-carrie- ESTRAY NOTICE. r, Drugs, School Supplies, DE. S. C. HOOKER, Tb.o Druggist. ici-4- 1 PENNY The Best Goods For The Least Money- Dentist. . " ?. ' - - - emi-Week- ly Interior Jourma' NYE ON KAZOEBACKS. HE IS AT Published Every Tuoadny and Friday $2 picrt YJCtVU rv advanck -- STILL IN ENGLAND GETTING POINTS ON HUNTING. Vhtn not so paid S2.60 will be charged.- OettliiRoun Hunter TlintOnce llelntigctl to Diuiriivru mill Dolhir Soniu Cute Trick. A Vlalt to tlio Tower sir London, AVItli Stubborn 1'acts mi Siunr. ICoj.yrlRlit. 1801. by IMuar V. Nye., London, E. C, - ' "" Of Into I umgettint; mans points on the subject of limiting, especially fox hunting, with a view to hunting tlio fox more whon I get back to my estates in North Carolina, whoro the fox is to lw seen very often. Wo havo a slow set of I K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowiand at at 5:10 p. m. 7:00 a. m., returning L&H. " LOCAL TIME CARD. ..l .. Mail train going North " South Exnrsis train " South Local Th Utter trains alio carry passengers. Tha above U calculated on standard time. ime it about so minutes Taster. frelcht North............ South,.-,,- .. ' North........ - .. ... .....3 . it n5 0 3T Pm pm Pm 2 o; p m 3ro ? SoUr hounds, however, in North Carolina, and am getting together there a pack of tho if . ?M r? 5Lit1 SA QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Going North trains piss Junction City as folVestibule starts 6 n. m. lows: ej. Worlds tibulo Limited 3 p. m. Local if Si - " Limited JUS a m South-- N. F,Td O. Vestibule 11 5.e P- - " Limited 11 p m Locil 1.11 p. ni. Blue-GrVestibule arrives 8:40 p. in. Blue-Grass Pas .' Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., Miners and shippers of the GENUINE 4k TMTirrr S54?3 s- Original Jellico Coal. Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford .and Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and IG0INS A WATTS. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Office over Xas. - Owsley Building. McRsberts Drug Store Stanford: In tho new jlvn and iiorn. swiftest razorback hosin tho stato now, with a view to building up amorochasto JOHNSON'S MAGNETIC OIL! and beautiful hunt than I And hero in Instant Klllerol Pain. England. My razorbacks havo n strain B Wf Intornnl and Extornal. of tho finest and haughtiest aristocratic Oiroa RHEUMATISM, NEURAL OIA, Litmo lJnck. Sprain, llrulje. southern blood in their veins, having COLIO nnd HwelUiics HUft f mr sMtt 3ilFlMlMlln.iimtl.Joints,Phnl... lln.. over a hundred years ago eaten a gentleKore Throat, man belonging to a very old family, nnd ,lius Croup.Dlpthrrln, magic. if IIKADACilE, ns it by DRAUn Especially prepared frr this, combined with their sterling qualimUflDQC DHANU, block, Ixmble 8trcnoJ ties of nuuil nnd heart, which thoy the nmt Powerful and PenetriitingLlulmentfor Mai. or Beast In existence. Large (1 clzo 75c, 60c tlze 10c breatho in with every Blue mountain zi'l'hyr of North Carolina, makes them JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP. Medicated nnd Toilet. ThoOrcat Skin Curo nnd by birth nnd association woll adapted to e met Face Benutlfle.'. Lndies will find It Boop on the chase. delicate) and highly perfumed Toilet the market. It is absolutely pure. Mhkos tbo They are also perfectly free from the etln soft and velvety and restored the lot com- n luxury for the Doth for Infants, entanglements of pedigree. They sniff Flexion; itching, cleanes tho scalp and promoted tho glad morn, and with no bitter memtbo gTuwta oi hair. ITlco 25c For cole by ories of who their parents were thoy Ky. curl their cnto littlo tails over thoir A. R. PENNY, keen, wiroodge backs and scamper cross country liko tho ovil ouo beating .IK YOU ARE GOING 1 1 Stanford, tan-bar- k. Kf i" li Here, whero tlio horses' tails nnd tho . wages of tho workingman nro both docked, tho fox has to bo taken from tho zoological garden, nnd that makes it expensive. This has driven tho patrons of the chaso and descendants of Richard Coour do Leon to tho drag hunt, and tho herolo Bons of tho crusaders may now bo seen following tho anlseseod bag across Louisviilc a NasHVllic R. R. tho Kato Greenaway heaths and dressed in John Gilpin clothes. Is the line for you, as its Four years nco hero I was rriven a hunter and very hospitably asked to join. Ono very sweet thing about tho Make close connections at Englishman is tho fact that ho gives tho American credit for being a perfect devil LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI to ride and a sure shot, ready and willFor all points. ing to put out a mosquito's oya at CO THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. yards with a revolver and lot tho specBAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information e.iquire of tator select which eye at that I was JOES. RICE. Agent, fool enough to try it, for I had taken a Stanford. Ky Or W. W. PENN, Trar. Pass. Agent, goblet of bhauilygaff and was reckless, Junction City, Ky especially when I heard that wo wero after an aniseseod bag that would not A. G. Lsnhem John 15. Cattleman. turn when trodden upon. Tho hunter was ouo formerly owned by Lord Dunraven, well bred, excopt that ho held his mutilated tail rather too high, I thought Well, I took him from tho groom, a high church young man with a complexion liko tho heart of a rose, and leading tho hunter away to a fenco got aboard of him. You havo heard about tho rider and fBAKBEE&OASTLEMAN tho steed seoming almost liko one, so utterly were they en rapport with each - - other. MANAGERS, Well, most anybody could tell by looking closely whero tho horso beCXJoinmrco Building, Louisville gun nnd whero I left off. That's ono thing 1 liko about myself I cannot Agents throughout the South. 173 nny ono. "Look," I said, "ladies and gentleLocal Acfont, men, and you will notice that thero is Vt. STANFORD, KY. no deception hero. Tho streak of scenery is tho lino whero I leave off and tho horso begins." Then thoy all laughed merrily, for they aro as kind that way and gently bred ns possible, ond lots of things I did that day wero accepted aa humor of a high order when it was as a matter of fact only tho evidence that I had gnawed off inoro than I could chow. Did you over seo a self rando man who did not think ho could rido on a horso as easily as ho could on an annual pass? TTiaS a malignant breaking out on my leg I never did. I was not in at the death of tho aniso-see- d below the knee, and was cured sound and welt bag, but I want to say right hero and a half Jetties of with two n Otherblood medicines had failed that witch hazel is ono of tho best Will C. Beaty, things to reliovo soreness that I ever to do me any good. tried. Tako tho extract, filling a bathfull of it, get in gontly tub and order a good, thrilling book and your meals. Continuo till pain is rer ..... miKin.l mm oMltlVirv-w- l ulth fin no lieved. irritvatod caso of Tetter, nnd threo bottles ol I am ordoring a whipper in from Bus-beE3E&3 curoa mo perrnnneiuijr. N. C, to tako charge of my pack, Minnlile,l.T. and wheu spring ojwus you'll hear tho Onr book on Rlootl and SVin Diseases mailed whoops and hallos on my estates day Croe. 8wirr Bezono Co.. Atlanta. Ga. after day. Another good thing about tho razor-bac- k for fox chasing is that you do not -VrHfS f I Li.I havo to follow him up on horseback to keep him on tho scent Ho doesn't caro a scent whether ho can smell the fox or not, for ho follows him by sight and not by faith. Thus tho disagreeable task of putting on a red coat and tight whlto breeches and high hat to ride over fences and things is entirely saved. Set your well trained razorback on tho trail of a fox, and then you may go and play billiards if you choose. Not only will n well trained razorback overtake tho fox and eat him, but tho pack often scaro up two or three) more on tho way and KOIl A CLEAN Eamplo thorn. I took a pack of razorbacks to Colorado last reason on a wager to see if they Or a Nice, Refreshing Uath Go to could suecosafolly hunt tho jack rabbit, is for the greyhound and Josso Thompson's Barber Shop, which a match started a jack rabbit deerhound. Wo He U also agent for the Lexington Stean. Laun out that had ben training all summer. NORTH WEST. ......THE Double Dally Trains Then wo gave tnf hounds a start five minutes later. Five minutes after that wo unleashed my ridgo rooter Lulla Rookh and her associates. In 27 minute th y had s'rnken tho life out of the jihn rabbit, after losing minutes on th way killing and eating tho greyhound. But enough of this. Sporting matters have their pUtce, but let us not allow thorn to usurp iuoio iuiimrtaut things. Who of my renders has ever hoard of tbo Tower of London? Do not bo ashamed to say ho if you have not. It is a vr intonating place, and as 1 had mhii nothing in print regarding it during tho jvist week I set aside a day to visit it. thinking at the saine time how interesting a few stubborn facts would read regarding this old historic rolling mill, which latter it resembles very much. Tho janitors are dressed in guy nttiro and, with their spears, look like a lot of Fresh Air fund boys going out for a day to spear pickerel. Thoy aro called beef caters, which is a corruption of a French word which does not menu anything of tho kind. Tho tower is open every day, including Sunday, nnd is free on Saturday. I .went on Saturday. It is said to stand on tho sito of an old Roman fortress, but no ono is perfectly positivo about it except Mr. Dosaut, and ho won't toll. I wish I had moro space to describe tho tower iu and had an understanding with this paper whereby I would be paid by tho column. I would thou givo a word picture hero which would savo tho reader f500 in travoling oxpenses and $3,000 in maritime nausea. Tho building looks as mnch liko a tower as Tattersall's livery aud sale stablo in Now York. No, it docs not, como to think it over moro liko tho Street reservoir, or tho depot at Council Bluffs, la. It is a sort of combination of these styles and is paired with old Domiuick's, liko tho site of tho old Bastille in Paris. of nn acre of They look liko salt rising bread just ready to bako or tho good intentions usod on tho road to tho Bad Lauds. Thero is a moat around tho building, but it is dry, though thoy tell mo it cau bo flooded at nny tiino. I offered a boef eater 3. bob to flood it, and ho was just going to do it when his buperior camo out and wanted 8 bob for himself. I saw that it would bo no object to visit tho Tower on Saturday if I fooled all my money away in this mauuor, so I withdrew tho offer. Tho Tower covers 13 acres, and tho pence paid in by tho public doo not pay for sweeping tho sidowalk. It was used by Houry II as a royal lodgment, but siuco has been mostly used as a place to jug Scotch kings iu. Griffin, prineo of Wales, was also a prisoner hero, and in trying to oscapo from his turret broke tho rope, and tho placo whero ho fell was n sight to behold. His son was killed in battlo soon after and his head put up on tho samo turret by Edward, who slow him. It was tho custom in those days to put tho heads of your'ono-mic- s on tho gateposts to scaro tho postman. But theso enstoms havo all been given up now, and football takes their plnco. Forty-second one-four- pho was imprisoned in tho Tower nnd and was working on her messago whon finally executed. of tho imprisonment Fruit Trees For Sale I NOTICE Estate I West At our Fruit I would like to exchange some and execution of of KtnKSYlllc, Farms and Nurseries ono mile fine a Lincoln county. We have as Sir Wnlter Raleigh thero was a good stock of Fruit Treos as any man ever handlnl, In Corbin, Ky., nto orchard and garden lor lively business going on, clear down tc readyFall transplanting Apples and Peaches will Roal this Orchards of Imprercdor tin proved,lor airne good Stallion tho deaths of Lords Balermo, Lovat and be assorted to suit customers at Jio per hundred d saddle or harness hnrsct The trees nic nice, tho varieties the best. EveryKilmarnock. I. T. ClirINUT, Corbin, Ky. thing ncedrd to mako home attractive and the "Buffetiors" is tho word I was tryinp children happy will bo found hire For circulars J.A.McKUK&CO., to recall, from which "beef outers" is de- Bdure.s Klngsvillc, Ky. 64 D. S. rived. Tho Wnkofirld tower is used ns a jewold stand ol J, II. Green, in At the elry storo now nnd storage for crowns, etc. Three nro behind n strong cage, at Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky, no one lmu ever been able tc built thnt Has Just rrccived an excellent addition to his Wc have opened on Depot Street a realize on this stock of goods. llutchcr Shop, where we will keep at all times the ito.W of Furniture and cordially invites you t call Victoria's crown, made in 1888, bist meats that the country affords. We will han- and eaaminnit. Ho is also agent (or the Oliver Queen Chilled and Silver Steel Plows as well as repairs contains 2.7S3 diamonds, all of which dle nothing but tbo best and will lor same No plows stand higher In the estimation of the public than th.so. His stock ol hsrneu are real, and tho whole outfit is worth SEIJL CASH ONLY, ami saddles is larger than crsr. Has also added $oC0,000 or thereabouts. Thero aro sevlluguies, Surreys nnd will a line of Smith M1011 for rent, Stoves. 00 College, Our As we can not keep Illack eral crowns hero um.i1 indoors by former be itrvcd In the best books. ?nd we customers patlooted solicit the style Main Streets, monnrchs nnd St. Edward's staff, a 00 ronage of the public. W" alio buy good corn fed andthe west end of llustonvllln. llest located shop In Lincoln co. Good smith can , pound cano, voted to him ns tho most cattle and hoKs. ANDl'.KSON CAHK COKy. Ket all the work he Is looking for. Apply to me fctanford, 883m In Hustunvllle, only one smith In town popular man in town. Tho knob on the U.S. CARPENTER, fop is said to contain a sliver of the true I cross. Whon wo get the truo history oi Jho cross, I am led to believe wo will find that it was drawn to tho top of Calvary Mr. William Landgrafl's employmrnt as my F. 11. HlLiISY.JProprlotor, n by an eight horso team. sgcnl for thesslcof lands in the Swiss and Oolony at Lincoln Thero aro many other things, such as has erased aud Ottenhcim, 1IUSKR county, Ky., London, Kontucky. Is now mv MR. WM scepters and various articles which agent therelor until such agency shall be revoked I have moved to my new HoteHand am better hateand sale All legal nislUis tried to got in Christmas presents for of such lands will concerning the pun.W. 11 Miller, Jicparsd than ever to accommodate th public be attended to by Uood I.lvery attached and very convenience de loved ones at home, but failed. Stanford, Ky my attortirT, of ursd. Give me a call. J OTTENHKIMER a6,'9. Tho block and heading ax gavo mo a Jan. FRANK R1I.KY. 77 good deal of comfort, for I could seo by their uso thnt ouco tho English wero as rudo and coarso as wo aro now. It bin? taken thousands of years for tho Briton JELLILO TENNESSEE, to outgrow the uso of tho instruments of torturo seen now in tho council chamber Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. of tho Tower. May wo not hopo somo day to bo also Dealer In The best hotel In th city and the only one with a sample room for drummers refined nnd cultivated? I trust so. Rspecia attention to the traveling public i Rates Ja. Max O'Roll says tho Englishman conceals hi3 wickedness, whilo tho French-- THU sjLD- man boasts of it. Tho American does not boast of his crimes, but ho might ns well. Ho puts them all iu tho mornSAM II WARNACK, Pror. ing paper noxt to pure rending matter. 9-- After that to tho time ' 1 tf CARPENTER, ITo'w Moat Shop. first-class well-know- n FOR A-- UOTICE THE RILEY HOUSE (er-(na- 1 R, rae, Candies, Th.o Floronoo Hlotol, ) S)-n- Groceries, th Jdy m a Fancy Goods, Fruits, &c. JACKSOIT HOUSE, London, KENTUCKY. iii t The best salve In the world lor cuts, bruises soes, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap-p- el hands, chtltlaina, corns and all skin erup tio is and positively cures piles, or no pay reijuir cd It is guaranteed to Rivv perfect satisfaction Price 5 cents per box, or money refunded. y0x sale br A R. Penny, Sunloid, Ky. Mrs Phoebe Ihomas, of Junction City, III , was told br her doctors she hsd consumption and that there was no hope fur her, but two bonlts of Dr. Kint-'- s New Discoserv comnlelelr cured her and she savs It sated her life Mr Thos Kggcrs. Florida Bl. San Francisco, suffered from s drea ful cold, approaching consumption, tried without mult everything else then boucht one bottle cl Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured. He Is naturally tnankiui. it is sucn results, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine In coughs aud colds. Free trial bottles at A R. Penny's Drng Store. Regular sue soc and Ji. m s Ducitn'B Arnica Salvo. Desires to thank you for your patronage during the year which is almost gone and asks a continu ance during the coming year. When Hungry tryonc of his Refitted snd refurnished sad in every way pre- public Kates pared to sttimd the wants O. t very reasonable m J TO THE I4ABIES. Having secured the srrvices ol Miss Maine Allen frem Cincinnati as Trimmer for this seaaon. I cordially Invlls the ladies to Inspect a carefully elected stock ol Millinery at prices to suit the limit. The ladles are invited to m my nice, uew line o! Stamped Linen snd Kmhruidtry Material MISS LiCCIE 1IEAZLKY. Stanford, Ky. Two Lives Saved. 25 CTS MEALS And you will certainly go back and try him again. Commercial McKINNEY, KY. I Hotel, Hoist at hav bought soove mentioned and have attached a - Firat-Cla- sa ( ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. Insurance This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention All who have used Electric Hitters sing the same son of nraiie. A Durrr medicine does not esist sndlit Is guaranteed 10 uo sn mat, is ciaimra. r.ieciric OF STANFORD. KY. flitters will cure sll diseases of the Liver snd Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Uoils.Salt Rheum snd other affections csuscd by Impure blood; will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric Hitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or money relunded. Price 50c and Ji per bottle at A. R. Attention or the public is invited to the fac Penny's drug store that this Is the only National Ilask In Stanford Under the provisions of the National Bank Act depositors are secured not only by th, capital stock, but by the stockholders' lisbility lor sn amount equal to the stock, so Inat depositors ol oT this Institution are secured by a fund or Jsoo.ooo the tan Five sworn statsments of theconditiou United States governate mad each yesrto the are eismlnedat stated times ment snd Itssssets by government agents, thus securing sddititone sndpetfect ssfely to depositors. ss Thu- institution, a. orieinslly- established .. th . . . ! Corn, Tomatoes, eposit Hank of Stanlord in ibjs. mc snd :d ss the NsUonsl Ilsnk ol Stanford in String Beans, Succotash, r . ..- -. an uninter-runte- d again In iSJs. has had practically Early June Peas, Gibbs small Peas Stanlordexistence of ss years. It Is better suppbed transacting business prompt and Baked S Potatoes now with lacllitles forever before in its long fiduFrench Peas, I and liberally than honorable career Accounts of corporations, respectfully solic Apricots, Pears, ciaries, firms and Individuals Electric Blttora. Bar and Pool Boom. Hotel and FIRST NATIONAL BANK Prepared to Hare repaired and 'refurnished th am better than ever Accommodate tho Public. Capital Stock Surplus 8200,000 21,300 rpcial JESS ROUT, Manager line Uvery and Feed Stable attached. P W GREEN. Proprietor. attention lo Commercial Men. Something to Eat THE GOFFEY HOUSE Jl'ANrORD, KY., i JOSEPH COFFEY, not only mtintsin its high reputation, Pror. but 10 7 - ....... i'J This Hotel, tcnovsted snd rfurnlihv-d- , Is now In my charge and I Intend to conduct it so as to to Its long list of friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fine loouis.for the dlsploy of samples. add .A'.First-Clas- s tl Saloon Company -- ' this ftaii Vf .T do-cei- vo AJSIBBLE, Sliced Pineapple, Vh Directory ol this Hank is composed of Peaches, ForostKS Reid, Lincoln county ; Grat'd Pineapple, Oysters, S. T. Harris, Lincoln; W.H.MILLER. J.H.SOWDER. White Cherries, Red Cherries, O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; MILLER is SOWDER, J.W. Hsyden.Stsnfoid; Gr.gaugcr plums Clov'r leaf salmon S.H.Hughman,Linoln; Roast Beef, Mushroons, J. S. Hocker Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; Beef, Chipped Ox Tongue, Stanford; M. D. Elinsre, Donlors and Brokers, T. P. Hill.Stanford. Deviled Ham, Potted Ham, K, L. Tanner, McKinncy; STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY. Sardines, Amcr. Mackerel, M.J .Mtller, Mt. Veruon Mustard Sardines. Ollico Interior Journal Building J.S. Hocker, President; McRoberts, Cashier; Asd BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attach j7-JOSEPH COFFKY. REAL -:- ESTATE .ji A C7IEERFVL TIIOrailT. Hero Edward III confined over 000 Jews, on tho pretense thnt they wore Preserves, Tomato Catsup, counterfeiters, when everybody knew Celery Sauce, that a Jaw does not havo to bo a counter- Chili Sauce, feiter to make money. Pepper Sauce, Mustard dressing, During tho war of tho rose3 tho Tower Olives, White Onions, was so full of roynl f risouora that a prineo had to engage his coll by telegraph New stock of Canned goods, evor sleop on tho billiard tablo. guaranteed. Chrystalizcd Every little whilo a message would ery can Preparation, Vanlloutens CoPie como something liko this: Room Clerk, Tower, London, England: Pleasu rcsorvo Sir Simon of Ilurloy's room for mo as soon as ho is behoaded and obllgo ItlCIIAIW II. Heinz' Goods in Stock. John A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. J. PROPERTY" FOR SALii. 3jjti seres on pike Offered a. s. Fine Blue Grass Farm ol and finely impn,veu. n r? at law prict.. Farmef leo acics, finely Irapiovcd. agio 4. Fine Blue Grass Farm, of ioj acres, In high stale of cultivation, well improve J; otfercd low miles from 7. Blue Grass price and on easy terms. Stanlord; ;ood farm ol 13a Blue-gras- acres, on pike, two land; low s U coa and Atmore's Plum Pudding. raSS McKINNEY & HOCKER. two-thir- o, & 1 I 7L-- 5iciJ-g- . dry The licit in the Country. Shave, Stylish Hair Cut, Tho Scotch king James also put up at tho Tower for 18 years, but got out on a Co habeas corpus and again ruled his people. Tho Dukoof Gloucester used tho tower of stanford.:ky., for his waiting room many years. ho killed peoplo ho corralled them Is now fully orgsoued and ready for business wits hero, no drowned his brother, tho Duko Paid up Gapitallof - - $200,000 of Clarenco, In a butt of wino bore, maklit 000 . ing a kind of butt of tho poor chap, ns Surplus, ho had dono for years, and then sold tho SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, wino to a "public" down town for a high Now closing up) with the same asseta and undsi price on account of its bouquet. management. He also had his two beautiful nophows By provisionstne same of its chatter, depositors are si murdered hero und buriod at tho foot of fully protected as ate depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held individuslls tho staircoso of tho White tower. lisoleto the extent of the amount of their stock Richard killed quite a number of his therein at the par value thereol, in addition to tns snares, is amount casual acquaintances and was tho first executor,invested in sucn trustee, Ac, msyfully si as (kih administrator, to introduco what is now called in Eng- an individual. to To land "tho function," at which ho gener- while those who entrusted their bulslnesaBank ui ol mnaglng the Lincoln National ally contributed a relativo who had con- Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks and trust tbey will continue to transact their butinesi sented to obligo. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt attenHenry VIII did tlio Baine thing, con- tion to same, our twenty years experience is and as liberal accommodations as are contributing his wives nnd many other per- bankingwith sound banking sistent sonal friends, including Cromwell, a risDIHKCTOHS: ing young man, whilo Annie Askow, a Williams, Mt. Veruon; cultivated young lady with a heart as J.J. H. Shsnks, Htanford; b. puro as tho best baking powder today, J. S. Owsley, Stanford; was tortnred quite a good deal and then S J.Etnbry, Stanford; burned at Smithfield. J. II. Owsley, Stanford; I often wondor whether tho Apaches J. F. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; wero originally cruel or whether they A. W. Carpenter, MlllcdjreviUe, Kjr got so by aping John Smith and tho pilVf H. Cummins, Preschcrsville grim fathers. Whore are they? S. II. Shanks, President, Tho caso of Lady Jano Grey was the Dr. J. II. Owsley, Csshier, saddest, for alio had only reigned 10 days W.M. "tight, Teller. Farmers BanMTrast Bo-for- o gB $t3 ow Si " t?3 S wT o - 8 to it. Town lots In Stanford In areas to suit purchasers. acre fine farm witli xce leni 17. Nineiy-thre- e mill, dwelling and other Improvements, on pike. 4 miles fruin Maulord. 34 Large blue grass Isrm, capable of division Into smaller farms. Desirable In every parlicu Ur. Offered low and on very easy lerras. 6. Good frame building; well finished on Main strott, in Easturn part of Stanfoad. 5 feet front, joo back. Will sell at a bargain. si Small farm ol 3o acres, smiles Irom Stanford ellImproved,at a bargain. - Farm of 60 acres on Hanging Fork, near Turnersville line Blue gra.a land, on pike, with good Improvements aud nice fronts juuug unuaiu. 1 r ico low, 3s. Hotel, store house and cottage, nicely nnd coneniently located, near depot In London, Ky Nine rooms in dwelling, four cottage, atore house of 3 rooms All new100ms in buildings. goodbsrn. Lot 100 x 300 feet. Fine locationAlso for storo snd hotel. Will sell cheap anl on easy terms. 33. Dwelling on Lancaster St , North of railroad. Six rooms and store house. Good cistern, barn and all necessary outbuildings Beautiful location. Lot with froutage isoxaoo levt. Terms reasonable. Cottage with s rooms: good cistern, 34 Nice garden. Frontage feet on Noith side E. Main St, Stanford. ijoxijo Will for personalty or realty at a bargain. two-sto- ry 3- JAMES YKAGKR. THOMAS Y EAGER, Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, Ky. Practical CARPET WEAVER, Has lately purchased the celebrated YEAGER & YEAGER. L1VES7, TEES AND SALE STABU, STANFORD, KY. Wejare In our new stable in th Blockland are well supplied with Opera House Newcomb first-clas- Fly Shuttle Loom, 86-j- NEW RIGS AND HORSES urnouts will leave the.stable. Havo been purchased and 110th And Is prepared to do all kinds of Carpet and Rug Weaving. Fancy weaving on Shawls, Muffiars, Htc Call and ciamino my work. I guarantee s v.ork at low prices. Give tliciu a Call. rf - S3T5 xaiAfg trfcjgj- - .. r vm JEJSL&L bWs, - jfa.'VJ