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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894030601 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. '&& i vf SU ". v" f ' r- - "If sv Semi-Weekl- y VOL. An Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MARCH 6. 1894. NO. 2 high-whee- XXII. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. A CARD. Expert's Opinion of Judge Saufley, of, the New Constitution In General and There have bjn 67 new Biiits filed (To the Kditer Interior Journal.) Over 10,000 horses were eaten in tho Jury Law In Particular. to the approaching term of tho circuit Paris in 180U. In your issue of March 2nd, you (T the Kditorof Interior J our nil.) court. Kremlin made his record of 2.10 to a have notice of thu lecture given at the Staskoud, March 3,- -It t pretty well Methodist church by Rev. L. L. Pickett Kid. Gowan will prenched to young l sulkoy. known that circuit court Is In aossion The Winchester Sun reports tho sale in which you say: "During tho MethoM. 0. Sauflay Is men at the Christian church Sunday horo now nntl that Hon. unmorning. dist revival recently, n of a lot of hogs at 5c. tho Judge of tho court. Judgo Saulley la Tho union services will be hold at John Hill bought in tholhst Knd, a known and unannounced Strange thing' tho ablest ami readiest mail I over saw appeared on the sceno and by his fervent Sterling Silver, Mantel Clocks, upon h honch. His attainments nro va- the Methodist church on Sunday night, bunch of fat cottlo at 2Jc. It is said that the first horso was 'atnens' nnd other noisy demonstrations can when Kid. Gowan will preach. Rich Jewelry, Bronzes, ried, hia accomplishments great. II" drew attention to himself and the Attorney Mort Hnthwoll has brouuht brought to this continent in 1518. Spectacles, Fine Watches, pleading like an dralt a petition or othor Tho Itov. three Btilts against "Hilly" Fain, alleging Charles Anderson bought of David good people took him in. Silver Plated Ware, Rogers' Goods," caso and interrogate a Alcorn, state a damngfs to Hen Kvans' character. Anderson u bunch of butcher cnttle at L. L. Pickett, as he called himself," etc. Onyx Tables, witness like a Welch, and urguo It llko a JJanquet Lamps, Iu justice both to Bro. Pickett nnd iny-BA very enjoyable entertainment was Off Hill. It la very Boldorn that one lawyer Imported Chinas, Novel please allow me to say that Rev. L. given in the college chapel on Thursday -- I desire to loan to responsible pargifted with all these essential attrl L. Pickett is widely nnd most favorably Art Goods and Maker of the "Logan's Fort Souvenir evening by tho pupil of that nourishing ties 12 r old mules. K. P. Woods, bates so necessary to success. known throughout the hounds of tho M. Spoon. Our stock the most complete. Our prices the lowest. We institution. Stanford. The now Constitution and now acta of K. Church, South. As an author, editor will convince you that this is the place to trade. Dr. Tom Hood, tho popular young A nice lot ol Poland-Chinboar tho legislature 1V0 thrown us all In to shoata for sale. M.S. Hjughumu, Stan- and preacher his name is familiar to our compos. dentist, removed to Lexington mid ocean without chart or peoplo from Western Texas to tho Atfollow his profession. Ho is a splendid ford, Ky. Tho only law I know for certain now nnd from tho Ohio river to the dentist and a clever gentleman and wo Sam Rout, of the West Knd, has lost lantic are tho principles and maxims of Black Gulf. Your insinuation that he is an wish him much success. three fine jack colts in their foal since stone. Tho county attorney told inn unknown tramp is wide of the mark. Tho city council is negotiating with middlb of January. police judgo asked him 008 thatono J. M. HUBBARD, A. III., President. to me ho re suvtirul Kiatorn drum in regard to putIt is said that Cecil Hrothers' fast While not peruoually known personalquestions in law, to all of which coming to Stanford he was eponed, "I don't know." Tliin astonish- ting in the water works and electric pacer Guinutte, 2I0J, never paces while ly 23d, 1894. known to Bro. Morrison, and came lighta. It is a "sure go" now that theso jogging on the rood. ed tho )olice judgo beyond measure for to uniting Full corps of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Music and Hay, 700 bales timothy for Bale nt here to bco him in regard tho county attorney la an able lawyer. improvements will be built this summer. their publishing interests. You say fur- An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. The republican county committeo 50c. per 100 on the cars. John n, This Is merely to show your readers that ther: "He had so far ingratiated himCrab Orchard. tho now Conptltutlon is a Pandora's box, met Saturday and reorganized. Col. D. self into tho good graces of tho church It. Collier was elected chairman; J. F. John Kngtemau, formerly of this opened wide, with all Its evils escaping. Fletcher, flecretary, and W. K. Shugurs, place, has engaged to handle tho trotteru that it readily accepted his service for a What an Andthiajuiy system. 'lecture,'" etc. Bro. Pickett did not oftreasurer. Another meeting will bo held of Win. Hutler, at Clarendon, la. I moan tho now mode of select-itito the church or even next Saturday, when a full ticket for all Harrietta, 2:09, the famous daugh- fer his services the jury by tho peanut roaster. itimthe county odlces will he placed in the ter of Alcyone, has been purchased by suggest the lecture. Ho came by request with drawn sword demand of tho Sunday School for whose benefit Held. Now York parties for $10,000. mediate repeal. Nearly allour innovaHe gave five Mrs. Mollio West.wifoof W.T.West, Seven thousand dollars was refused tho lecture was delivered. tions upon tho common law ami our or six minuteH out of 45 to the considerr for a green old by Stnmboul, "" old statutes nro imported from other died Sunday morning after a brief She leaves, besides her husband, 2.07, and out of tho great brood mare, ation of tho liquor traffic, and those Hence the Hoard 01 ivjuuun-tioStatei. differ whose views upon this question working convicts outside of tho three miull children, the youngest two Alma Mater. from vour own, found nothing cither outrageous mode weeks old. She was an estimable lady Simon Wiohl sold to Albert 8tofer a walls, parole, present : : : and beloved by all who knew her. Fu- lot of good feeders ntlc, and to James coarse or vulgar in tho performance. I of selecting Juries, etc hold myself personally responsible for 'Tia (strange that Kentucky has not neral services will be held this (Monday) Hybee .10 feeders weighing 1108 pounds the persons admitted to my pulpit, and f morning at 10:.'!0 at the Christian church at 'JJc Winchester Sun. eonso enough to make laws to suit want the good peoplo of Stanford to of other conducted by Kid. Gowan, after which A prominent Boston horseman says I without copying the laws know that Rev. L. L. Pickett has my er now is tho time to buy horees. It would States, which may be necessary and ex- the remains will be interred iu thu W. E. Arnold. full endorsement. cemetery. for the country if thebuy-er- s bon pedient in those States but totally InexAll the democratic candidates were Perwould heed his advice. We do not know u thing about the pedient and inapplicable ho'e. F. P. Hishop bouftht of John Bailey Itev. Pickett and care a great deal less. if Homo of tho Northern States on hand Thursday and put up theirsharo haps of money to defray tho expense of the n yearling steer, 700 pounds, at 2c. He Bhould, llko Holland, make It a capital Hur statement with referencs to his beFor nlao rented from Mr. Bailey seven acres ing unknown here was based on Mr. Kentucky primary. They are as follows: kill n stork, tho Arnold'B introduction remarks. Wo nevLegislature would want to adopt that county judge, J. S. Robinson; attorney, of land to go in tobacco at $15. A terrific downpour of rain, accomis the spirit of legal inno Ietcher Oasloy; clerk, Thomas Wlior-riter heard him preach or saw him to know law also, so rife 0. M. Norrls and J. H. Warner; panied by an electric storm, is reported him till the alleged lecture, though from The now Constitution and new vatlon! T. I). Robinson, Jeaae Doty; from Minnesota, Iowa and Nebraska. what wo have heard of him beforo and acts of tho legislature have engendered sheriff, J. N. Denuy; jailer, S. 1). Itoth Much damage was done to crops. Opposite CofTey House, five Bince his advent here, we do not think a state of confusion in law that will bo full halt well and Win, Hughes. Tho election It is estimated that tho number of his method or his manners are calcula can not settle. It will be held on the 17th and tho candi- horees iu thu United States at tho prested to do the cause of Christ n great deal a century before OrJor can bo necnrely upon her throne. Like the farmer dates are letting no grasj grow under ent tiuiH exceeds 14,000,000, and that of good. Thero is too much of tho monfloated their value is about $911,000,000. key business, Sam Jonea imitating, hur- Has opened a nice line of Household Furniture and will put them out boy turned soldier, "I wish I was mow- their feet. Miss Nellie Marrs left Monday (or Two counties in California bavo over rah (or hurrah in his stylo to suit those inir." relatives. Mr. and 50,000 beehives and export 0,000,000 who look upon religion as too holy for at the lowest cash price. For what tho law of tho land now la Nicholasville to visit Mrs. W. J. Wilmore, of Nicholasville, pounds of honey, besides 300,000 pounds such sensational etlorts in its btdialf. thero is no knowing. All honor to tho ! K. Stormea Sunday. But for those, who like that kind of of comb and 20,000 pounds of wax. Medea and Persians who never visited Mrs. John blessed Mrs. Cal Kast, of Hi Junond, is visiting Tho California orange crop, which thing, wo suppose that is the kind of changed their laws! Those wantMrs. C. C. Stormos. Miss Anna Noel, of was at first estimated at 7,000 car loads, thing they would liko. Wo do not caro To those buying a nice, new, clean bill of Furniture. Fontaine Fox Boiuutt. anything in my line will make it profitable by seeing my line beDanville, is hero visiting relatives. Miss has been cut down to 5.000, but Florida's to raice a question of veracity with Time- ing Give me a call and be convinced. Sallio Tillett is in tho country whore sho crop exceeds the previous year 50 per keeper Arnold, but wo think it capable fore buying elsewhere. DANYMLJBOYLE COUNTY. , for her health. Mr. and Mrs. J. cent. went of proof that much nioro time was devo(AJtociIc.) John Dickinson has driven 17 horses ted to the question "on which our Perryvllle, was II. Kirhy visited Stanford Saturday. Marshal Klder, of Miss Kate Kinuaird entertained "Tho at an average speed of 2:11), and the av- viows uiller." liut that is not nero nor acquitted for tho killing of Jamea Clark, Club" Friday evening. Miss Katie erage speed of 31 horses he has driven thero. Mr Arnold is personally respon a prisoner. of Hryantsville, is tho guest of in 2:20 or better is 2:14 and a Btunll frac- Bible for the persons admitted to hia pul Tho Danvillo Music Club has beon Miss Maud Robinson. Miss Fannie s tion. pit and as Marcus Antonitts eaid of Bru"put In working shape and will at an earis in Winchestjr this week. Mr. Mr. D. J. Hume, of Bourbon county, tus, he's an honorable man. Wo hope, and sparkly day produce the beautiful Homer Hataou, of Lexington, was hero has eold to a Mr. Mills, of Boston, ing Comic Opera, "Tho Pirates of Pen. Sunday. Dr. Hugh Grant has gone to pacing mare, Blanche Louise, 2:10, tho however, that he does not propose to by hold all who criticize his friend "personsince." Louisville to continue hia studies in Red Wilkes, dam Miesio by Westwood, ally responsible." He would have his T. 1,. Csrnenter has recently sold to medicine. for tho reported prico of $5,000. hands too full to give timo to attend to Jno. McDanlol, Middleburg, 155 acres of Courier, 2:15j, owned by T. B. Ripy, the more important duties of his holy on tho tho old Mujor Carpenter farm, out THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. of Lawrenceburg, won last season 31 calling. Middleburg pike, Lincoln, at about $10. If the bill which has passed tho heata out of 17 races ho entered, iu an off from the south end HUST0NV1LLE. This track is cut He alson won 10 Houbq becomes a law, master commis- average timo of ol tho farm. Our town is still on a boom, wo have get 'J$ per cent. on tho first out of the 17 races ho started iu. Mr. Mahan has taken cbargi of af sioners will new shoemaker. The Kentucky Trotting Horeo Breed- a e $1,000, 1 on the next, on tho excees up fairs at tho postotlice. He did tho Mr. William McAfee, who has been Large Assortment. Sizes and Shapes to suit even the most fastidious. tendering Mis Nannie to $5,000, and J on all above that ers' Awjociatioii in out with its now futhing by turity stake for foals of 189 1, and Secro seriously ill, is now out strain. clerkship in tho otlice, amount. Barbco tho chief WilliB Shreavesand Robert Weath-erforDrawing for terms in the Senate tury Tipton nnkes the announcement at a remunerative salary, but Miss , of Bradfordsville, are here. long terms to Howling, Deboe, Kl most regretfully that it is cut down from did not ttud it ceuvoutont to accept gave Miss Bettie Powell has returned to liston, Fulton, Uochol, Gross, Hays, Hay $25,000 to $15,000. the position. Jones Baughman W. P. Givens sold 200 bushola more Hamilton College. ward, Holloway, Landed, Lay, 0. U. Marof his premium World's Fair corn at $1 has returned to Lexington. Lincoln County. tin, II. L. Martin, Noll, Noel, Ogilvio, To the Democracy of Mis3 Mary Holmes Lusk has returnIn the primary of Saturday last tho Stephenson, Salyer and Welssinger per bushel. This makes 700 bushels ho has sold at that price and which makes ed from n pleasant visit to Lancaster. county saw fit to award "Didn't we told you so?" democrat ol tho n pretty nice thing for that gentleman. Mr. O. B. lteid catno over from Latonia tho nomination for assessor to my comQueen anm Chkscknt Routs. "Glimp- Ho ban been planting this variety of corn to vote Saturday. bow to petitor, Mr. K. D. Kennedy. I Dr. 1. S. Humphrey is repairing the ses of tho World's Fair." A eelection of for years but has always been very partho will of my party and promise my old postotlice for his future homo but wo support to tho tick- l'J2 Gems of tho White City soon through ticular about savini! the seed. cheerful and active tho Oamora. This handsome volume Tho Woodford Sun Bays that nearly do not know whether his intentions are et. 1 feel proud of my contest for the containing 102 photographic all of the tobacco in tho county hns been to havo a housekeeper or not. and desirj to publicly exnomination views of tho ontire Exposition, showing Miss Annio Keed, of Danville, is vispress my thanks to all my friends for tho all main buidings, nil state and territor- Bold. Its crop last year was probably tho they of it has iting Miss Jennie McKinney. Judge II. beat in tbo Stata and moat uctlvo and gonorous support which all foreigu buildings, brought very good prices. Tho acreage It. Camnitz is out after a long illness. ial buildings, Very truly, gave me. grounds, statuary, lagoons, and about 40 of tobacco in 1894 in Woodford will be Miss Lizzie Boglo has been quite ill. M- - F. Euan. Stanford, Mar. 5. views of the great Midway Plaisance, about the eamo as planted in 1893, or Kev. w. U Williams uiscourso on , Amelia .Hammonds died Sat- will bo sent to any address on receipt of may be a little larger. With wheat at "Temperance from n Bible Stand Point" Mies promptly-givens ever heard and ho waa re25 cents and Ave cents for poatage. This urday. 50 cents and hemp at $4 10, tobacco is wrs as fine book has beon issued by tho greatest of the most profitable crop n farmer can quested to repeat it, which ho did Sunl.ittlo Bessie tho bright seven-yea- r Mrs. D. M. An Southern railroads the Queen k Cres- raise. day. r of Mr. and i.l Tho Btreeta of our little place were derson.of tho Preacborvillo, vicinity died cent Route and its excellence is withHoury Zinc, Judge Barr sentenced crowded Saturday and made one feol ago after a Bhort illness of out a fiaw. A most delightful collection eoveral days tho Louisvillo vender of obscene picNotwithflrovslnelas. She was almost Idolized by of exquisite views, in a small and conv- tures, to two years' hard work in tho that they were in New York. book. Many such collec standing the crowd a more quiet elecparent who are nearly broken heart- enient-sized her penitentiary. tion day never passed. Send tions nro largo and cumbersome. ed over their Bovore Iobs. Bon Shannon, tho Moreland desperai Two Lives Savod. your addresa and 30 cents to W. O. He baa Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, III., was do, is here in the calaboose. General Passei gor Agent, CinLouisville Medical College will The told by her doctors she nadf consumption and that been at large since last summer nnd the cinnati, 0. thero was no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr. marshal was not able to capture him unturn out 180 graduates next woek. court completely cured her and King's Opposite Court-Hous- e "Perhaps you would not think to, but a vciy the taytNew Discovery An investigation of the Federal it taved her life Mr. Thos. Ecgert, 139 til Friday. They now have three indictpropoMiou Alabama district, larne carlessness of diseases in New York comes Florida St., San Francisco, suffered from a dread- ments against him. about catching cold," says Or, ofllceraof tho North from tried without Attorney Sjrui Kds n "It Is such a simple thine and to ful eold. anDruachinc consumption, one bottle oi else then made at tho instigation of the very (cw people, unlets it is a case result everythingDiscovery bouzht two weeks was common that and in MATRIMONIALMAHERS. Kinc't New New Dr. General Oluey, has developed a corrupt ol pnuumonia, pay any attention toon cold. Atlan- cured, lie la naturally thanktul. It ia tucn re York la one ol the hralihitt placet the Adprovo me Harrison which these are samples, Ap thoro were just 13 marriages in tic Coast aod yet there are a great many casot of tulit, of emcacv ui tnit incuicii mai coughs and Btate of affaire under tho In A Complete Stock of wonderful and consumption which have their ministration. Six officials are now under catarrh neglect ol the simplest precaution of origin colds. Free trislbottlct at A. K 1'ennyt Drng Henniker, N. II., last year, tbo brides every Store. Regular sue 50c and $1 In this day life. The most sensible auvlce it when you aro all objects of superstitious solicitude. Indictment. It la charged that tho have one get rid ol it as toon as possible, lly all Electrlo Bitters. has bcon.swindled of large Bums meant 00 tot neglect it.'' Dr. Edson docs not Mr. Bright Herring, of Garrard, and and tell you how to cure a coM but we will raks This remedy it becoming so well known and to Mrs. Rinda Duncan, a sister of Sheriff by tho uso of fraudulent witnessea Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. It will relioo the popular at tit need no special mention. All who Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accuwitnessea. lungs, aid expectoration, open the Ncretions and have uted Electric Hitters ting the tamo song of N. Menefee, of this county, were mar- Nicest line of by forging tbenamea of bogua A purer medicine does not oxist and It is J. c praise. toon effect a, permanent cure 35 and 50 cent Give him a Call. had rately Compounded. guaranteed to do all that it claimed. Electric ried Thursday night at Lancaster. for tale by Dr. S. G. Ilocker, druggist. rheumatic pain in the Jell shoulJer flitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidini.Mr. a well known druggist Chamber! Jin's Cough mItemedy gires tho Mis Lena Taylor, who Bpent last l'implcs, Iloils,Salt itlicum and will remove i. ai bett neys, afJecUons caused by impure blood; -; - .11 h rnnld do hC could not satisfaction of any cough medicine 1 handle, and other malaria from the ayttcm and prevent will summer with Mrs. Lewis Dudderar, and COUld l)Ot time toe at drive lilt uy0'f' 'J t- Chamberlain's Pain as a sellert leadt all other preparations in this well at cure all malarial fevert. Kor cure of Head- who made n host of friends, waa married market, recommend it became It Is tho best ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Electric medicine I ever handled for coughs and croup satisfaction guarautecd or money bet week at Richards, Mo., to Mr. Elmer Hitters. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. A. V. llaldrldge, Millertville, 111. For tain ty reluuJeJ. Entire 50c and $1 per bottle at A. K. . I'rlco j iiptiuiii , druggist. Koontz. ) Penny's drug store. V. llocker. d...S..l. Dr. S. O. Hocke B. H. DAHKS, TIHIIE - CTEWELER 'i wild-eye- elf ties. Bric-a-Bra- c. two-yea- a to-da- y -- Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January bo-for- e Huch-hana- out-rag- e! Ilea-bo- u - two-yea- N, V. S. ' n, We Have Got Them. her-Hol- Lan-cost- God-een- d W. H. WEAREN & CO. ,irntn U FURNITURE : STORE. 25 FEB CENT. REWARD do-cad- W. W. WITHERS. Mc-Grat- h, Shu-gar- 1 NEW STOCK, NEW STYLES. CTTJST hand-Born- liar-be- o ARRIVED. H. J. McRQBERTS. DR,TTGGIST A JEWELEH. half-ton- e .Urn-lite- Watches, Clocks, Gold, Silver and Medi- Plated Ware at of Drugs and cine &c. Prescrip lowest prices. Attention to repairs. tions a Specialty. A Complete line n Rin-earso- n, MeRobeFts' Drug Store, a HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, Gov-emine- DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, ffiBsSiitf '" ,;;. SSSsiiaSSM ft "Mr" --- V but-ti- W. B. McROBERTS, .1 mr 7 "illId, Dr. G. ,?.,.' L ir-wrr- s I JUl II4PW , IIH-lL- wv iar w fTTT'lJ"" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ka--., NEWSY NOTES. 8TAnronB, - Habcii , 1394 W. P. WALTON. 6 OH 3 PAGES. EVEN'S- &T&TJDA.1T- - 4 U' iV i'b Thk Cincinnati Enquirer, which and unrulinlilo nothing nnlefls sensational prints a Btory from Lexington that Col. Breckinridge was forced to marry bis present wife, or at least was told that bo must do 60 by her brother. Tbo story is that she sent for a Lonisvillo Commercial reporter and told him to announce was the approaching marriage, which as ho saw it, the colonel done. As Boon went to the editor and protested against statin)? that such storiea being published, in fact for the thero was no foundation report, and demanding the name of tbo author of it. Ho was told that it was the lady heraelf and that tbo scribe to whom she told tbo story would ro with him stateto seo her and substantial his and it was nt this ment. They went raeetinR that her brother is said to have a come upon tho scene. The story lias is fishy odor, but we give it for what it worth. One of tho laBt and moat picturesque figures of tbo civil war baa fought bis last battle, and no sound can wake him to glory again. Gen. Jubal A. Early, a hero of threo wars, tbo Florida, Mexican and the civil, has surrendered to the enemy of all living things and sheathed Frihis sword foreyer. Tho end came in Lynchburg, day night at his homo enVa., in the 78th year of his ago. lie Confederate army as n colonel tered the andcamoout as division general. Ho went to Europo after the war and returned aB be went, an unreconstructed rebel, in which condition ho remained till his death. The only taint of discredit that ever attached to his garments was the sale of his name to the management of tho Louisiana Lottery to enable it to more easily swindle the people. afGkv. Longstbekt, of Georgia, who Bold bis birthright for a Fedter the war eral office, says that Gen. Early'B caree, as a soldier was a dismal failure. The general is what the lawyers wonld call n too willing witnees in the matter. It unveil-inwill be remembered that at the Leo's statue at Richmond, of Gen. Va., a few years ago, Gen. Early refus ed to take the proffered hand of Gen. Longstreet, saying that he was not in tho habit of shaking hands with traitors. Gen. Early was not a conspicuous Bucourt ccal in the late war, but before a could not be convicted of any mirtial be thing on tho ex parte testimony of Gen. Longstreet. It is not a very good subject to joke about, but when a man prophesies the exact date of the end of thb world he mikes himself so ridiculous that people, who believe the Bible when it eajs that no one, not oven tho angels in Heaven, know when tho end shall come, can not help from either joking and jeering him. The latest crank to fix a date for the final destruction of all things, is J. S. Willis, a faith cure doctor of St. Louis, who has informed tbo governor of Arkansas that Gabriel will sound hie horn "at exactly 3 i'. m. March 0. 189C, Jerusalem time." Itisjusttwoyoara from to djy, bo begin on your ascension robes. R V p r Tho Jackson Brewery, of Cincinnati, with a capital of $300,000, has assigned. Ellas Werely, of Welsonburg, Pa., died from tbo effects of swallowing his false teeth. Collector Rodea took in $2G7,S30 03 on internal rovenuo taxes in this district last month. Gen. JameB Longstreet says that as l a soldier, Gen. Jubal A. Early was a failure. Tho convicts in tho Maryland penitentiary have contributed $300 to tbo cause of charity. One man was killed and soveral in jured by tbo explosion of a powder mill at Wllkcsbarro, Pa. The richest man on earth la Ham Quay, a Chinese banker, who Is worth nearly two billion dollars. Andrew McKce, of Burlington, Kansas, aged 101, has just been granted n pension of $50 per month. J. H. Barker has been appointed postmaster at Pulaski, Pulaski county, vice W. B. Warfield, resigned. Farmer Jeeee Hickman felled a tree , near Glasgow, Ala-- which in ita fall Btruck his two little girls, killing them. Fred Thvo. a farmer, aged 73, com mitted suicide by hanging himself to a nhnrin tree in bis own yard at Paducah. The suit of Madolino Pollard against Col. Brecklnrldgo will bo called in tho district court at Washington next Thursday. Z. T. White, of Nebraska City, Neb., was fined $200 and costs for hanging Secretary of Agriculture, J. Sterling Morton, in effigy. Mrs. Eddie Walden, aged li, com mitted suicide at Winchester by taking carbolic acid. Domestic troubles was the cause. Judge Beckuer offered a resolution in the House memorializing the United States Feuate for the immediate passage of tho Wilson bill. Aoonnlinp to tho reckoning of ac counts in tho office of tho Auditor at Frankfort, the State funds were overdrawn on March 1, $14,33051. The Persian Government has announced that its mint will no longer coin silver for the public, and that tho further importation of Bilver is prohibited. Gentleman Jim Corbett was discharged by tho Florida court for prize-figing. Tho attorney general nolle prossed the Bulta against the Duval Athletic Club. Two negro burglars killed the wife and child of John Baker, near Now Brunswick, N. J. Baker shot ono of the thieves dead and fatally injured the other one. The total number of churches in New York is 600, combined seating capacity of 100,000, value $SO,000,000. The assesed value of the marblo cathedral is ilia-ma- Fourteen of tho rioting West miners havo been arrosted and thero aro 39 warrants yet to bo eorved. The militia baa restored order. --To bo Shoriff of Now York county, to which office John B. Sexton aucceeds Charles M. Clancy, deceased, Is to enjoy pickings simply superlatively fat. Tho ealary Is $12,000, and tho Income about Vir-ginia to the manhood of Stanford precinct to cast their votes in opposition to this God forbidden traffic: MESDAMBS: OUR STARTLING BARGAINS one. com-prise- Emanuel Best, of color, noa just, Nicholaa-..ii!- .. a four years' term In tho iinnao. Tho Journal Bays it grow out ot a 30 days' sentence for breach six es- of tho peace. Ho made five or...... it. rt capes, and tho doubling up four years. million- a .ii.nr iinpntrnvr. tho aire murderer of St. Louis, who tried to commit suicido Wednesday nigm, s a second attempt. Ho iwed his Biispen-dorwas just in tho act of for a rope, ami kicking over tho chair on which ho stood when a guard rushed in and released uu-Ishe- $75,000. d J. Kirp, A. V. Slzemoro, Rannio Burks,' W. E. Arnold, J. R. Frank McOlary, J. P. Balloy, Dr. At the Louisville Store, that will make this week a memorable Bronaugh, A. J. Baughman, Wm. Hays, Clearing out dollars in merchandise for dimes in cash. This sale M.S. Baughman, Sam Baughman, B. an entire stock offered at a greater reduction than has ever Banes. M. J. Murphy. S. Hubbard, John made before. S. Hughes, T. W. Geer, Mark Hardin, W. E. Ellis, A. Al-for- tl, s been nw 1 r. L. B. Cook: M. A. Beozley, 8. A. HarriB, W. P.Tate, J. M. Sibold, S. J. Kmbry, C. O. Withers, P. M. Brown, W. T. Smith, M. E. Daviess, Julia WUherp, L. N. Holmes, G. P. Engleman, Bottle McKin-ney- , M. C. Bright, Jim Boazlev, John B. Gibson, Mattle Kevins, E. P. Woods, P. P. Nunuelley, Annie Englomaii, Joseph NOW IS YOUR TIME To buy goods. Such low prices cannot prevail long else every mill in the country xvould be compelled to close. Uuy now because you know they are low. Every department is complete. Aerican Indigo blues Sc, American Indigo blue and gold 5, yard wide unbleached Chilbleached cotton 4jC, 5c, 5 c, 6c, 7sC, cotton 10c, 15c, and 25c. hose at 5c. SJc, dren's, misses and ladies' Ladies' Sleeve Ribbed Vests 20c worth 35c. . papers pins lor 5c. Get you a pair of blankets while they go at half price, 75c for a pair that arc worth $1.50. In fact any thing in the line of winter goods will go at half its value. Outfit to go for this week. We propose to wind up winter witli Hnyden, Nettie Kevins, William Mor- een,, Carson, B. K. Wearen, Mattio Phillip, Frank Rout, Bonnie Worthntn, John Engleman, Will Brady. W. J. WelN, Oath Balloy, J. M. Hubbard, Joe McClary, America Rout, James Milburn, Dr. Reid, J. P. DuvIh, A.O. Since, John , Allen, K. K. Milward, J. B. Jon.-?- T. D. Motmer, John Haney, T. F. Spink, Janle M. Hall, S. P. StHgg, Maggie Huntley, J. E. Farris, Joo Mc A lister, G. O. Keller, T. A. Kice, Fannie Green, J. A. Mudd, Mary Alexander, Alico Lammcrf, W. B. Holderman, E. J. Cooley, J. S. Hundley, Bertie Campbell, T. S. Parsons, Emma Kendall, Jennlo Logan, P. Hampton, 4c, 7c, Sc. The public debt statement shows any increase in the public debt during of $40,001,215. The cah In the Treasury amounted to $787,05,S3I, which is an increase for tho month of are $40,035,081. Both of these Increases largely duo to tho bond issue of fifty milFeb-ruar- the joiiii committee appointed to investigate the -R- IIUUO. epresentative Doekery, ot . . . . expenditures of tho World's Columbian a Exposition, reports that tho total expen-seand the net amote, were $28,4tS,524, deducting net liabilities, amount to Tho average daily expense of ?2l,-nr.theFair, exclusive of Sunday, waB daily receipts, ex nnd tho average clusive of Sunday, S9,S02. The total gate receipts were SlO.liUl.in. 1, n. rTURCrTAFFAiRsT na he would withdraw his resignation pastor of the Brooklyn Tabernacle. a oirni,i in the Couriur-Journ- nl shortly ears that a $30,000 academy will Kentucky Methodists at bo built by tho Manchester. minRov. Stephen Wells, a Baptist was killed ister, of Holly Spring?, Mis., bv a voung man named Curley, whom ho had reproved. There aro "OU.UUU coioieu wmmw in this country. They have a church of tnelr own in New York and thero aro threo ordors of colored Sisters of Mercy in the United States. Rev. J. J. Rucker, of Georgetown, will preach at tho Baptist church here next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock on the Bubjoct, "Temperance, from the Biblo Standpoint," and everybody is especially invited. InRalls gavo the right of fellowship to Rov. Sam Jones at hand a a recent meeting in Naahville and surprised to friend says he would not be hear of the old infidel as ft preacher of the gospel before long. Boston makes a bad showing. Out of 2 population of half a million only a churches, are members of evangelical about 7 per cent. The Baptists lead in tho number of churches and members and the Episcopalians come next. Mrs. Mnns Dawson, a preacher of general Baptist persuasion, has been the granted a license to Bolomniza the rites Bhe is of matrimony. So far as we know Kentucky who has tho only woman In onbeen granted this privllege.-Madlsville Hustler. The meeting at tho Christian church likely closed lant night, after a most revival of Christian feeling and brotherly loye among the members and W. K. 16 accessions to tho rolls. Elder done tho preaching for soveral Ellis has weeks and his earnest and concise presentation of Scriptural truths have eel many Binners to thinking. Rev. A. W. Crawford has moved family to Paint Lick, where he has his church. charge of the Presbyterian Eld. Milton Elliott, of this place, has supmade an engagement for a regular of tho Cane Run church, ply of the pulpit near Burln, on the &econu u Lord's Dav of each month. Lancaster Record. Tho HarroJsbnrg Saying says that the Mud Meeting House, near thero, was established in 1797 and since then there has been no interruption in mo regular weekly prayor meeting; not even friitlllln Were ,..! iu !..ll " uuring .u tiY iim. irlmn and tnembera of separated from friends, tho home circle eBtrangeu Dy inu hoiuo strife. Tho high character of the community surrounding this old church speaks volumes for tho power of prayer in influencing the lives of men. 37,-37- Dr. Talmage announced Sunday that ht (3 I r - ing that has been in use ever since Adam's day. Of course we ,do not insinuate that any of these can be applied toono worthy Senator, the Hon. Sang Digger Liy, but he is awfully lucky and As we predicted two no mistake. months ago, he drew the Ioor term and there will be four moro years of the Stateemin from Casey, perhaps the raore's pity. Honors were about evenly divided in the draw, five of tho 11 republicans got long terms and 11 of tho 27 democrats. Editor Dyche, of London, is not among the fortunate. Tiik Richmond Register is 28 years old, an old maid bb it wore, but nge has not withered, nor custom staled its inHere's to your Bros. finite variety. Green and Woods, and may you continue to grow in grace and goodness. A kool for luck, poor folks for children and negroeB for dogs is an old say. I There is ono woman who is not ashamed of her age. AdelinaPattl celebrated n birthday at Hartford, Conn., last week and didn't mind telling her guests that she was 53. But then she is rich and married, and it doesn't make much difference. One Montreal man is suing another for calling him a Methodist. It isn't quite so bad as that here but we know aorne Methodists who are a libel on the name and do great dishonor to the religion they profess. There is much ado about nothing in the Bland silver seignorage coinage act. It is not worth the time tho House has given it. The Senate is not likely to pass it and if it does Mr. Cleveland will probably veto It. Cincinnati continues to add to her population and territory. The five towns of Westwood, Clifton, Avondale, Linnwood and Riverside will give her 15,000 more people. 1, t. Bub-urb- an 6 The negroes, of Crittenden county, selected two of their race as candidates for jailer and assessor, and demand that they be Riven a place on the republican county ticket. Smith Riggs has received a jmlg mnt for $4,000 acainst the Belle of Ne- 'son Distillery for getting both arms and legs broken while in the discharge 01 his duties for it. -- Win. II. Jackson, of Richmond, was chosen over a field of seven contestants to represent Central University in the Inter ColleRiato oratorical contest at Lexington. April U. Mrs. Elizabeth Goings, of Indianapolis, celebrated her 109th birthday Sunday. Mrs. Goings' fathor lived to be 111. She was personally acquainted with George Washington. Mrs. Alice Sollew Ireland, a bride of six weeks, committed Buicide at Cincinnati because of tho alleged mistreatment by her parents, but it Is believed her mind was aflected. W. II. Miller, formerly circuit court clerk, has been appointed general and Mr. Richard J. by Collector Charles II. gauger, Rodes. Richmond Register. of Mount Ararat, tho resting-plac- e the Scriptural ark, is in reality two mountains separated by a valley. The higher peak is 17,210 feet and the lesser 13,000 feet above the sea lovel. While MrB. Zack Jennetta and son were scuffling for a loaded gun at Clarke- ville, Tenn., the weapon was discharged, the load taking effect in the bowels of a younger eon, killing him instantly. Tho excitement at Eagle and Powel- ton, in the West Virginia mining region, is at fever heat and an attack is expected. A new $30,000 bridge, near was destroyed by the strikers. Joseph Donjan, who Bent a threatenStevening postal card to son, was tried at Baltimore on the charge of violating tho postal laws, and was sentenced to 18 months in the penitentiary. J. W. Demlng, who alienated Mrs, Wrench's affections from her husband and then deserted her, was shot to death by the woman he had wronged, in Deming also seriously shot Mrs. Wrench. S. A. JnckBOn, tho representative from Attala county, Miss., called W. P. Ratliff, a preacher politician, a liar in the county paper, and when they met on the streets! of Kosciusko, Ratliff drew a revolver and immediately began shooting. Jackson was killed almost instantly, aa was also a man named Russell, who was passing by on the street. A man named Saunders, also a bystander, was dangerously wounded by a bullet j irom lutiuu a nc(iuu, Mc-Ke- e, Coal-bnrg, Vice-President $3,000,000. Susie Waters, Nancy Parrott, John Wallace, Ellen O'Bannon, J. M. Warren, T. the entire outfit. J. Hatcher, J. N. Monefee, It J. - - $6.75 The Suits arc row toe, plain or Hither alone or W. II. Higgins, Lou Merrit, J. B. Suit, double and single cap, lace or gai- in the 9.25 outOwsley, Sarah Neal, H.C. Farris, Win. - black ter, well made, fit. 1. 00 breasted, Beck, J. E. Lynn, T. A. Coulter, J. M. Shoes, ch eviots. Fine regular price Hendricks, Annie James, M. L. Bledsoe, The shirts arc they go for Not Hat, - 75 worsteds. S. G. Burton A. J. Harris, Sidney one worth less Si cither alone laundered dress Woodie Hale, D. J. S. Fish, Powell, Dwigbt Root, Catherine Jonen, Shirt, - - 50 than $10. They or in $9.25 out- bosoms, plain or fancy. Regular go for S6.75 ci- fit. John Kowland, Mary Helm, K. Tyree, - - 10 ther alone or in The Hats are price Si; they go Dr. Carpenter, Ben II. Danks, J. B. Fos- Collar, the $9.25 outfit. fine felt alpincs, for 50c either ter. S. II. VanArsdalo, A. A. Warren, or in the shapes. Flem Brady, O. A. Cox, John Hendrou, Silk Tie, - - 15 The Shoes are spring Win. Kirby, J. R. Hales, Mainio Dunn, good sitld leath- Regular $1.50. $9.25 outfit. P. Stranb, M. Wray, Jos. Ballon, Francis $9.25 er, broad or nar They go for 75c Westorfleld, G. 1). Hopper, Oath Man-dalinen. They go for 10c cither alone or Mary Owsley, Mary A. Pence, Bet The collars arc regular Bettio P. in 9.25 outfit. The ties are new styles, all silk tecks. All shades tie D. Carter, Emma Morris. Alford, A.C. Martin, W. J. Davis, Ijui-r- a and they go for 15c either alone or in the $9.25 outfit. Carter, W. T. Saunders, J. A. Ware, M. S. Phillips, J. M. Ware. W. B. J. M. Martin, W. A. Albright, O. W. Lovell, G. A. Lackey, W. E. Dawes, Joseph Scveranco, Kate Kirkpatrick, Lasley, G. W. Martin, Mggie Wharton, J. G. Martin, Maggie C. WharA. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor ton, Will Kirkpatrick, Lizzie Totten, James Daugherty, J. B. Dickinson, Lou T. D. RANEY, Manager. Kambo, K. A. Baker, John Murphy, Mes,cr, Will Cash, Chris Gentry, Hugh Kirkpatrick, Martha Davidson, Bettio Stephenson, A. B. Carter, Mary Rignoy, L. A. Carter, Jennie Sampson, (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn,) J. K. VanArsdale, Mattio Kallor, Sue Sutton, Kick Vankook, M. C. Matheny, Lena Lair, J. E. Lynn, Jennie Terry, W. H. Johnson, Lizzie Raines, Geo. Taylor, Bettle Hutchison, James McKenzle, Will Vanhook, V. I). Grimes, Hannah Daugherty, Otis Dobson, Sue Steinberg-e- r, Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year Mary Murphy, Til Davis, Joo McCla- and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. ry, Bettle Caldwoll, Phil Nunuelley, KelSpoon-amore, a memorable one in the So make the last week of February, the trade annals of Stanfoad. For this wc have rigged up an outfit containing every outside article that a man wears. We have priced this outfit as a whole and in separate items for the sole purpose of attracting attention, raising a big row, starting a stampede, that will clean out the stock in one week. The suit alone is worth the price of 1 A GRAND HURRAH! St, ;Si-5- 0; Mat-tingl- y, LOUISVILLE : STORE, Lu-cie- n STAXTFORJ. ETC., Lu-cin- da B. K. WEAREN, Dealer iij Carriages, Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, ler. misses: '""' "" An Appeal from the Mothers, Wives to the Voters of Stanford Sisters Precinct. and Men-phi- s. walked and talked with his people, comes the echo of Cain's answer to the Lord: "Am I my brother's keeper V' Juet now this question comes to us with tho deepest solemnity and it should appeal to tho voters of; the Stanford precinct, March 20, lS94,:as a question of duty, Whrn Baljy was sick, we gato hor CastorK since God's word Bays, "Woe to him that When fchu v a Child, sh criod for Coitoria. Double Shovel Flows, Plow I Iarness and buildeth a townl with blood, and When snu bocarau Miss, sh clung to Contort. them Outorta. by iniquity." "Woo unto When be had Children, she him that givoth his neighbor drink and mak-et- h that puttetb tbo bottle to him and also." him drunken Since the ovil ceases not with tho I am the only authorized Agent in the East End of the county for I tempter or tempted, but wrecks homes, Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. flBewarc of the bogus repairs that are Bibreaks hearts of mothers, wives and spreads offered by different parties. sters, curses happy childhood and Mr tor wit bnrned Friday night, Feb. aj. '04, for over our other-wis- e and I think robbed of part of Us content!, and .will Degredation and RuinJ :.r r ...!. ...! "... the irreiianu coqvicuuu ui kuuit rr...Av.i proserous land, we, who are often pay J100. J.A.IIA nubble, Ky appeal the greatest sufferers, earnestly estab-lishesacity Down through all tho ages, since God Kancy Baughman, Kit Baughman, Sue buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than Baughman, Annie Straub, Jennie With Before you the cheapest. ers, Mattio Hales, Mollie Mershon, Boll W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Lynn, Ootavla Mershon, Maymo Annlo Greene, Florence Beck, SavannahJ Beck, Bello Root, Maggie Hocker, Jennie Hocker, Emily Alexander, Mollie Wells, Lola Burks. Mary Walters, Ethyl Beazley, Lily Peyton, - OF Nannie Vandeveer, Cettiu Thurmond, Ahco Beazley, Bettle Harris, Anne Shanks, Mamlo Sibold, Annie Sibold, Lizzie Withers, Alice Baughman, Maggie Jeewtt, Ida Bentloy, Sallie Bentley.Ruth Ellison, Annio Halo, Mary Cooley, Susie Cooley, Jennie Spoonamore, Mary Hiatt, Annie Hiatt, Dorcas Lewis, Susie Lasley, Maud Welsh, EIIh Wright, Ida Halts, Mollie Hales, Mattie Hales, Bettle Pax-toMattio Paxton, Lettio Helm, Flor ence Trueheaat, Kan Marrs, Janio Po Is the only one authorized to sell Oliver Chilled Flow Repairs in Stanford. land, Mattio Holderman, Ithoda Lunco-ford- . Annie Menefee, Mary Kunnelley, Margaret Owsley, Linda OwBley, Noru Moreland.Sue A. Rout, Nannie Stone, Allio Fish, Calitha Fish, Alico Baughman, Annio Philips, Carrie Porter, Mary Adams, Fannie Morgan, Annio Murphy, Maggie Martin, Lily C. Martin, Cora Kirkpatrick, Fannie Kirkpatrick, Ella Douglas, Stella Rambo, Stella Stephens Nora Philips, Maud Dollins, Lillian Mary Muldoon, Mary Walters. Mary Saltor, Delia Porter, Eflio Warren, Emma Warren, Josephine Forest, Minnie Mun-daIya Perkins, Marie Cash, Robert Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinawarc line. Call and examine and get prices. Brloht. Linda Tucker. Lizzie Jones, Mary Hocker, Adelo Feland, Virginia Jackson, Stella Ballon, Bettlo Rochester, Lilia Carter, Lee Bobbitt, Callie Horton, MatStanford, Ky. tio Thomson, Alice Holmes, Lillian Phil ips, Myrtle Hughes, Emma Baker, Kate Cook, Nora Kelley.Georgio Wray, Nettie Wray, Mollie Daughery, Lulu Allen, Georgio Peyton. Dealer in Oliver Chilled and Ihicher & Gibbs' Imperial Size-more, Get His Prices Bops Oliver Chilled Flow Repairs n. J. K. VANARSDALE, Rig-ne- GLASSWARE, QUEENS WARE, CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. y, FARRIS & HARDIN, Wo K FKMKINS 9 S ID ge $100 REWABE FIELD S. . ff H W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. ttiasir W w j2L PPt- - x'ii i. j!ff? 'F' f 'T'"nt,;15n';'-"-- ' ''""'$''' - "T,!i - niwrw wr-f Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1894 Stanford, Ky., - March f, E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEANS BUSINESS. oup-plir- Buy your school books nnri ficliool a ot nil kinds at A. . I'onny's. Watciikr, clockn nnd jowclry repnlri'd nnd wnrruntod. Hnrayim: u specialty, at A. It. l'iinnySi. TnulnrosLHtock of Drugs, Mmllclnt'H, Porfuinnry, I'nlntB nnd Wall I'apor nt A. It. I'enny'H. Proscription n npccln- lty. PERSONAL POINTS. W. II. Hhaiiv Is in Lonifiyllle. C'iiit Iuimnks Is bnck from a visit to hi olstvrat Uoclu'ster, 111. Miw. Mai.inda IIaydkn in up from Louisvillt) mi n visit to frionds. Mihh Minnik VanAiui1a!.k,o HnrrodH-bnrIs visiting Miss Huo Rout. John S. Owm.by, Jh., Iirh roturncd from a Hying visit to Homowlicru. .Mas. Minnik Dinwidmk linH (tono to s. Louisvillu to go into tlio millinery buoi-mw- i, Mish Annie Ai.conN, who bns bcon vory ill, was reportod much better yes Mn. K. H. TmuwKLU of llustonville, who Hiillored a HuverA sprnin Inst week, is able to hobblo around n little. Mir Maiuaii Cook entertained Wednesday MveniiiK in honor of Miss Mary Lusk, of Iltintonvillo. lni)CHstyr Itcc-ord. tordny. Mits Mom.ii: Whioiit is down from Hustonvillu to sou littlu Mukkio Green, who is very Hick. Hon. Hauvkv IIklm rnmo up (mm Frankfort to help defend Odio 1'aul aud voto in thu primary. John B. DkNaiuu, who has Icon painting for thn L. k N. nt LlviiiKHtcn, dine down Hnturdny to vote. Mils. 1.. K. Culiikiitho.v, who has been tailing her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1! returned to HuH'iiinii, nt HiiRtoiiville, Covington, .Saturday. Fiiank Dilmon, the linlitln operator, who han been visiting bin father nt Crab Orchard, spunt several tluys with the family of Mr. Joseph Cqiluy. Mihs Maiioukhitk Isoki-- iias given up thu stapi for thu present and accepted thu position of teacher of elocution In Daughter Collet:, ilarrodslmrj;. Da. Kcosni: J. Bnow.v, of Ml. Vernon, was here Sunday, thu irurat of Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Ho left yeMerday for Philadelphia to attend a course of lectures. J. M. Collins, maunder of the Dnn villo Opera House, was hero yesterday. Ho is a flue oceno painter and will likely add to the scenery of Walton's Opera h ItxAD Farris A Hardin's "ad" and go Call nnd boo those wool nnitafor men to eeo their beautiful line of chlnawnre." nt$4.50 and 5. Now stock just recoiv.9 11. F. Jones & Son. I am now receiving a full lino of Bpring ed. suitings. Call and boo them. H. 0. ItKBiONED. Messrs. A. 0. Sine and W. II. Wenren havo resigned from the city .. Just received a now nnd nico lot of council, tho moro's the pity. spring clothing for boys. Call and sea The Advocate is mistaken, as usual. H. II. Shankfl. Tho Intkiuoii Journal hasn't the re Thk moetingof tho Caledonian Society motest probability of gettihg a partner. which was to have occurred nt tho courtThe Coffey Houao ban been repnpered house, next Saturday night, has been in all its rooms and it 1b how a daisy. postponed till tho 17th. . Mrs. Coffey is pretty proud of the Im A (toon deal of money is said to have proved appoarance, but not too much bo been lost on tho primary election, but as to continue to giye her pattons tho best we know nothing except by horesay tho that tho market aflords. grand jury needn't nak in about it. Mn. L. L. Dawson has quit tho rev News ran the Ladirb. 1 have rented onuo business and returned his papers tho sowing room of Mrs. Kato Dudde-rar- 's to Collector Charles II. Bodes on Satur Millinery Store, and will bo ready day. Ho was assigned to tho distillery to Bervo thu public alter .March 15th. I of II. II. Wade, near Ml. Salom, and rensk n liberal share of your patronage and mained there a whole week, but after will guarantee satisfaction in every res- thnt lengthy period, grow homesick and pect. All orders thnt date will returned home Saturday, thoroughly pat bo gladly received by Mrs. Duddornr. iafled that ho was cut out for a farmer Miss Jennie Cunningham, of Louisville, and not for a storekpeper-gauge- r. . Dawson nays that doing thu work Mra Ky. is The city council postponed action on very Binnll matter, but tho thought of P. W. Green's application for liconso till being away from his family was more ucxt Thursday night. Most of the law- than ho could stand. yers Bay they have no right to rofuso tho In less than a minute after the alarm license, though there nre contrary opin- was sounded 'yesterday tho fire compaions. In tho mean time tho local option-iat- ny had their apparatus heading for the nre procuring signatures to a protest supposed fire. In their hurry to get ngninst tho issue of nny license, nnd hope there, W. II. Woaren fell and was badly to got the necessary mnjority, in which hurt on his hand and leg, while John A. ovent there will bo none issued. Allen was run ovor and quite severely Death. A letter from Miss Mnggio injured. Tho fire turned out to ba on Leu Snundors, of Cofloy villo, Knn., in- tho roof of Dr. Steele Bailey's of lice, next forms us of thy death of Dr. Jesso lines-tls- , to the Methodist church, but Clarence her at Columbus, 0., Tate a'i-- others hnd put it out in its y and averted tho conflagration. Ho married Mrs. Alford, formerly of this As nmi'tl thu alarm brought out nearly place, sovornl years ago, who Hurvives him. CotiHuiiiptiun was tho raueo of his overbodyin Stanford and some disapdeath, nnd ho was 15 years of age. Mies pointment wbr shown that it was not a Maggie also says thnt her brother, G. 0. sure enough fire. Snunderp, and grand mother. Mrs. Joe THK nominkks. McJnmes, who uBod to livo hero are veiy For Judge, ill. W. m Itu-ploy. b-f- ore n A VERY numerotllvftlpnf(lnnnnnl the ladles to.tho men lo come to their rescue and vote acainst the HfTftnsintr of the whisky traffic appears in this issue. frnm ioooy can hlame the women for being against whisky. Thero is no bond of union between them and tho Baloon, from the effects of which they are usually the greatest sufferprs. Burolaks eflecttd entrance into W L. McCarty'sstoroat Kingsville, Thurs- We Will Tell You all About it in the Next Issue of This Paper. y 4i day night, by breaking the front iloor. They got about $20 In monev hplonmni? to tho post oflice, noirje stamp ami a lot ot clothing. Anattemnt waa inula to bore into the safo but tho bit broke off in one of tho holes aud slopped tho You can work. There is no clue to tho MBcaJs. mm ftiEW CASH STORE. ON EAST MAIN STREET. save money by examining myjnew stock of goods and paying Cash for M aiicii has so far bepn above renroach The skies have been clear and tho breezes so soft and balmy that the buds are breaking forth and the gardener has gone to work. Tlinv omrht'iit to ho too provious though. Winter is not broko and thoy may havo to do their work over. The signal service Bent ua this yesterday: "Fair, followed by rain Decidedly colder Tuesday." Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, . 1 Tinware, &c You arc invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair with you and will appreciate your patronage. My goods are all First Class Staple goods and will be sold at a i in SMAIiX, PROFIT FOB. CAS33C. Call and sec me, look through my stock and you will agreee that you can save money by trading with me. step-fath- Died in Texas. Mr. John F. Drye, of llustonville, received a dispatch a few days ago telling him of tho death of his boh, George Drye, at Dallas, Texns. It seems that ho got his foot mashed in some way by a car, which rendered amputation necessary. Blood poisoning set in and ho died nfter great suffering. Mr. Drye, who was nn excellent young man, had married but two months before, so ho leaves a widow besides a loving moth er nnd father to mourn his untimely death, A Cannkiiv. Mr. W. L. McCarty was horo yesterday in the interest of a can-nin- g J. C. FLORENCE. Red Hot Shots From our Dress Goods Department. A 50 inch Black Surah Cloth at 98 cents. A 46 inch Fine Black Henrietta at 75 cents. A 46 inch Fine Black Henrietta at 50 cents. A 46 inch Fine Black Serge at only 50 cents. ! JAMES . GIVEXS. Hoooe. Mas. John T. Lynn, of Louituiilr, came up yesterday nnd is thu guest cf Mrr. Mary Wray. Sho la a niecoof Mrs K. T. l'enco and a very hnudsomo young woman. Mhh. 1viua Oaukioo, who has been visiting her father, Mr. F. G. Hrady, returned to her home in Louisville, Fri tUy, taking with her, her llttlo nephew, Jim Iirady. Mies Kllxn Andkiuon, who makes her homo at Mr. II. 0. ltupioy'a is recovering from a severe attack of mumps. Mr. Hupley is also convalescent from a slmi lar trouble. John A. Allks'h Injuries from being run over by a hosu wagon yesterday are two broken teeth, many body jmiifes and a hole cut on his leg and thoy cause him much sutlering. Mn. (Jus Hokmann, proprietor of Crab Orchard Springs and Mr. 0 D.Thompson, of Owensboro, wore heroyeaUmlny. Mr. HofmaniiBa)B tho Keeloy Cure has 33 patients now and they are coming in all the time. He also tells us that he is going to run tho Springs vtido open this year. CITY AND VICINITY. KvKRYnonr is inquiring about it. .. m . " Tuv again and you will meet with cess. sue Counthy clover seed wanted at W. II. IIIgKina. New Block of spring capes for ladies at Saveranco & Soij'h. PxorLK are growing wild in their deavor to llnd out what it is. T T ... en- Omvhh chilled plow points, throo for $1, at W. H. Wenrnn & Co.'o. .. m Funny's garden seeds, Northern fleed potatoes and onion sots nt McKinney & Uockor's. to bo no doubt thnt loca TiiEitK BeeniB option will carry in tho Crab Orchard precinct at tho election to bo hold next Saturday. Plkabk bring mo your shoemakers' work at tho old Commercial, and obligo your broken and beaten friend, T. J. Hatcher. Wk have just recoived one moro lot those fino sample shoes, worth $3.50 per pair, to bo sold at tho same prico, $1.98 for TIiIbIb positively your last chance bargains. B. F. Jones & Son. such jeweler, Mr. B. II. Tub up'to-datIntbm-o- h DankB, has bnd made for the a beautiful souvenir Bpoon JootWAL handsomely with its oilice aud name work of art for upon It. It is a to the which wo return our thanks merchant. young -o . NEWLAND. which read, "For Guests Only." Think-in- g For Assessor, that Hat, Jim aud Will were getting D. oxclusivo privileges, he tried to force For Jailer, himself into the room, saying "I'll let G. W. DEBORI). them Guests two if they can have everything their own way here. Tliey'ro no The primary election is over and the better than other folks, if they do think boys can now go to work. The result ia the nomination of JaineB Walker GivenB bo themselves." for county judge; G. B. Cooper for counThe voracious, if not veracious, ty clerk; J. B. Paxton for attoney; T. D. man telegraphs this harrow- Nowland for Bheriff, H. D. Kennedy for ing tale: It Is reported from Harlan Co. assessor and Georgo DeBord for jailer. A that Ijn Tye, tho negro who murdered well postod man on such matters told us a Miss Bryant near Williamsburg about a month ago that the above gentlemen a year ago, has recently visited Harlan would form the ticket nnd everything wo county, where ho kidnaped a farmer's heard went to confirm correctdaughter and kept her secreted in tho ness olsince Assertion. Tho the is therehis result woods for Borne tlmo until a party of hunfore not a surprise to us, though a disapters fonnd her. Thoy waited for his pointment in some instances. Tiie tickwhen they caught nnd tied him et is a good one though and will be a and proceeded to skin him, nnd ba. winner no matter who runs. fore ho was dead tho girl built a llio on Tho total vote in the county judge's his head nnd ho was roasted alive. It is race is W. E. Varnon 874, James Walksaid he confessed tho murder of Mies er Givens 92S. Givena' majority 51. Bryant. Thero wns no opposition to G. B. A Sad Death. W. It. Christie, depot Cooper for county clerk and J. B. Pax-to- n for attorney and they got 1,273 and agent and merchant nt Shelby City, died 1,027 votes respectively. Thursday in a snnitnrium ot Lexington, In tho sheriff's, race Sam M. Owens got where hu had been taken about a week before for treatment for lunacy. Last G55 votes, Thomas D. Nowland 722 and fall Mr. Christie suffered from an attack J. A. Givens 570, Norland's plurality 07. tor assessor E. D. Kennedy, pres of what tho doctors called softening ol ent incumbent, has 570, John Bright210, tho brain, but ho apparently entirely recovered. Three or four weeks ago dur- J. M. Johnson 100 and M. F. Elkiu 510, ing a Methodist revival at Junction City Kennedy a plurality GO. Tho vote for jailor was T. J. Hatcher held by ltov. Sawyer, he becamo greatly 215, Dink Farmer 30S, Geo. W. DeBord oxcited on religious subjects, and grew very violent. It was then thought best 50S, John Bailey 209, J. B. Mershon 243 to Bond him to tho sanitarium, but it was and Peter Hampton 1S1, DeBord's plu of no avail. Ho grew rapidly worse till rality 200. Thero is some kicking among tho detho end. Mr. Christie was an excellent feated and charges of voting negroes and man, highly thought of by his community, and his death is sincerely regret-te- and other persons not entitled to do so Ho was what tho Methodists call but most of the candidates tako tho rea local prtneher and was n zealous nnd sult philosophically and accept it with true christian. A wlfo and two children tho best grace thoy can command. That is best of course, and the mnn who kicks survive to mourn bin loss. tho lenst will bo thest thought of by the The jury in tho Odio Paul caso for tho party. murder of Ike Helm was complotod by The democratic party is growing apnea tho addition of John W. Watson, U. D. in this county. There wt.ro 1S02 votes SimpBon, John Crutchlleld. Win. Sever. cast in tho raco for judgo nnd 1802 in the and and Alfred Davis and strnngo as it Bheriirs, tho largest over cast in tho may Beom it came within two of acquit- county. ting him, and those two ouiv atood for James Walker GivenB, tho nominee two years. Tlioso who hoard tho testi- for county judgo, is a farmer and trader mony say it was fully as bad a caso as it by occupation and has no legal educahas heretofore been presented in this tion. He la a man, however, of fine paper, but it was not gotton boforo tho judgment, pleasant in manners and will thojury in such a manner na to mako no doubt make a good officer. Ho is tho enormity of tho crime apparent to it. about 5S years old and has been married Then too tho victim was a negro and three times. This is tho first time he that means a good deal iu Kontucky in has aspired to offico. trouble betweenjthem and tho whites. Messrs. G. B. Cooper, J. B. Paxton The trial of tho case with tho numer- and E. D. Kennedy are old hands at tho ous speeches of the .nttonoyH occupied bellows and havo made such good offitwo days. cers that tho peoplo will hold on to Tho trial of Kdi Welch for tho mnrdnr them. T. D. Nowland is somewhat of an oflice of John Chadwoll, who stole his wife from him, was begunjyesterday with tho seoker himsolf and always has a knack of following jurymen: Walter Huston, J. getting there. He is in the prime of life S. Murphy, Jr.,: Sam Montgomory, Jr., and is an eminently conservative man, J. T. Itoao, J. J. Thompson, G. G. Wine, who can bo relied on to do his duty at 0. 0. Withers, J. D. Jones, Cam Dun- all times. Goorgo W. DoBord is an honorable can, J. U. Italnes, J. H. Caldwell and nnd honest son of toil, who will after W. II. Underwood. January 1 be able to to procuro tho ne"Wo gavo a full account of this caso nt tho time of thejkllllngsoit ia unnecessa- cessities of lifo without tho hard struggle ry now. Itislbeing argured na wo go of a blacksmith. He formerly livod here, to press. F. F.Bobbitt is assisting tho whero ho is fully as much thought of as prosecution and W. II. Milior and W. B. at his home in Crab Orchard, where he nearly carried a solid vote. Hansford ia defending. We are indebted to J. P. Goode. Ed Tho grand jury has found 39 a Tanner, T. L. Shelton and other election and adjourned till Friday next. officers for late returns. Fori GinsTa Only. A young lady is responsible to us for the following pretty good one: Down in Danville the oilier day a drunken man, yea a drunken man in the Godly city of Danville, saw aBignovera door in tho Gilchcr LIousu For Clerk, C. R. COOPER. For Attorney, T. PAXTON. J. K.For Sheriff, E. establishment at Kingjvill. He and Jas. Hoy, L. D. Gooch, Dr. Thompson, W. II. Fonda, McKee it Co., and others propose to establish one there to can fruits and vegetables, witli a capital stock of $10,000, to commenco business when S5.000 is subscribed. Thoy have already raised over $1,200. Such an establishment, properly managed, will pay handsomely there and we trust it will be built. It is a great fruit growing section and a great quantity of vegetables is raised. It would bo a God Bend to tho farmers and others. T. Logan Our Line of Novelty D Patterns KENNEDY. Is Unsurpassed. Neat Effects in small figures and check's are the rect styles for Spring. We have them and at cor- t Bar-bourv- lllo Crigler, a wealthy whisky merchant, for accusing him of complicity with Head-le- y in his big haul from the distilleries at Lexington. . NKW ADVERTISEMENTS. unfortunate in getting his name mixed up in shady matters, has sued It. L. Hooker, who seems to be PRICES TO SUST "2"OXJ ? SEVERANCE & SON. Turnpike Eleotion. ThettocIcholdersoftheDaov Me nnd Crab pike are rrquetcU to meet at the First National Hani, in Stanford, en SATURDAY, APR. 7. 1894, lor the purpose o( electing directors (or the en.ulng year. JACK HOSLKY, ,wPresident. Or-cha- nl -- Local Option 8c, 1 n, ELECTION NOTICE. Notice it siven that an election will be held on To buy from us at one price or from someone else at his prices. Look at these and decide for yourscll. All prints including Oil Keds, Indigo Blues and Simpson's Blacks at 5c, all Lancaster and Amoskeag checks and Fancy Ginghams at 5c, a splendid lot of outing flannels at a beautiful Saturday, March 10, 1894, or not In the Crab Orchard Magisterial District In Lincoln co ntT. Kv .tort, e niimn.nnf tpl Imr ih sense of the leal and nullified voters of laid .Magisterial District upon the proposition whether J. bald election will bo held in mirtuanee nf nn nr. der of the Judge of the Lincoln County Court, made and entered nt tho January Term ct said Court, 1804, and which order is in words and fig. uies luuuwi, 10 wii; ) LINCOLN C- UNTV COURT. Regular Term, Jnn'y 8 . 1S94. ; A petition having been filed before the Judgo of Lincoln County Court on the Uh day of January, 1094, ikiii'u uy k mi muer 01 legal voters ot the District askln? that nn order be made calling an election to be held in taid ptecincton the 10th day of .March, 1894,10 take the sense of tho legal voters ol said precinct, who areiualined to vote at an election for county officers, upon the proposition whether or not spir- 11UU115, vinous or man liquors snuu oe sold, or loaned therein, same to apply to DRUG. GIST except upon sales for sacramental purposes, said petition commc on for henrinir on the Srh day of January, 1B94, It being the first day ol the regular term of ibe Lincoln County Court, and It appearing that the legal voters of said precinct signing said petition represent more than 35 per ceiii, 01 ino voics cai in saiu precinct at Hie last election, and all the requirements of the aw having been complied with: It is ordered that an election be held in the Crab Orchard Magisterial Precinct on the tolh day of March, 1804, between the hours of 7 a in. and 4 n. m. lor the purposoof taking the sense ol the legal voters of sain precinct, wno are quailliea lo vote at elections for county officers, upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, inous or malt liquors shall be sold, bartcre 1 or loaned therein, the same to apply to DRUuGISTS. except unon sales for sacramental purposes, the result of said election to be certified to and returned as required by law In elections for county ollicers. Tho following officers aro appointed to hold said election: Voting; Precinct No. t C. J. Chadwick audi. E Carson, Judges; M. J. Harris, clerk, and Win. Soverance. sheriff. VotiDif Prtinct No. a C. A Redd. Sr.. and G. A. Adams, iudzea: S A. Middleton, clerk, and John Edmiston, sheriff. Same having been tested as to the qualifications as required by taw. Given under my hand this 17th day cf January, 1894. JOHN N. MKNKFKE, Micrlit ot Lincoln County, - Lot of Zephvr Ginehams at 121e. nrtunllv wnrHi oto t f Spit ituous, Vinous orMalt Liquors worth 25c, will go this week at Lot of gentlemen's shoes at Shall be sold, or bartced or loaned therein, thu pi.25, better than anything on the market at the price. Two lots of Rametiuppljrto DRUGGISTS, except upon sales ladies Oxfords as a starter for $ 1, worth $1.50. The best ladies nn..M.cu.i urposiS Lot of Percales i6c. at - lOe. .fo w rvi.nk.hru..i.i.j.i In the city for $1.50, $2, 53.50 and $3. Our cheap counter is loaded this week with overcoats and towels. Tf vnn w.int- f;Hir n. , and see them. Our muslin underwear, summer net and gauze undcr- v..i mc now rcauy ai ine very lowest prices. Jielore we close if you wantanh winter stuff we are still selliner anv thine in that line at al most your own price. French Kid Shoes liar-ter- HUGHES & TATE. !W I have about completed my stock of goods which is composed of- Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Queens-wareIron Wagon Material, Plows, , Salt, Lime, Cement, &c, all bought at the lowest CASH PRICE, and having no old stock to carry, I am able to give prices that will be To Investivate. Appreciating the favors shown me heretofore I again ask a share of your patronage. Respectfully, Bennie Wkaren, Clerk. T TUE INTEIMEST. San Francisco Portland. W. H. HIGGINS. A World's Fair Record. CECICACO VIA A- - DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. 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'IjJlatlliLZssMBasaisseM 4T'.MstsiBttsttsttsssww I was troubled from chUdhopd with nn asfj ravatod raao or 'letter, ana inreu nun. cured mo permanently. n .., FOR A CLEAN Shave, Stylish Hair Cut, Or aNtct, Refreshing Uath Go to Jos ie Thompson's He Is agent for the alodry The Best Barbor Shop, Lexington Steao. Launiu the Country. business compels him to travel n gcxxl deal, nl- " though hois not thnt spe '" V cies of commercial ngont l vulgarly called a "drum mer," came to see me tho other day, and iu speaking of his travels I asked him what seemed to him tho distinctive features of foiuo of our principal cities. His answer wus peculiar. "Tho thing that has struck mo most forcibly of late," eaid he, "is tho different aspects after dark of the cities I have Inst visited. Iu New York under tho gaslight certain forms of vico and danger stalk abroad almost as boldly as in London or in San Francisco. In tho upper part of tho town tho streets are quiet enough, but what fow prowling figures you seo suggest garroters or highwaymen of one sort or anothor, while down town tho pickpockets, watch 6nntchors and similar gentry jostle each other on ever curbstono. Not a mouth ago n gentleman from tho provinces inspecting our 'Yankee towns, ns ho choso to class New York, told mo that, strolling across JIadison scmaro one oveniug, ho was nccosted by a well dressed man, with a very conspicuous watch chain, who quietly said, 'Givo mo your pocket-boo- k and watch, or I'll call that policeman over thero and swear yon wero trying to snatch my watch!' "My friend was, to bo suro, a littlo verdant, but ho was brave, and drawing back ho gavo tho fellow n blow in tho jaw that certainly silenced him for awhile, and spitting out n tooth or two ho mado off just as the policeman strolled that way, and, hearing tho story, told my friend such attempts at blackmailing were not uncommon and vory gcnorally succeeded with a quiet or timid sort of man. "Now, that," pursued my friend, "is Now York. In St. Louis, whoro I was last week, tho streets after dark seem deserted. A few men loaf around tho corners, and somo tipsy boatmen frolio and sing nround tho riverside, but you never see a lady unattended. In fact, you seldom seo a lady on foot, with or without an escort. But in two other cities, somo distfinco npart Detroit and Boston qnito a different set of conditions obtain. In both theso places tho streets aro thronged qnito ns much after dark as before and with much tho same class of persons quiet, respectable citizens going about their business or pleasuro and taking vory littlo notico of each other. "In Boston especially I noticed ladies, or at any rat very ladylike and quiet women, both young and iniddlo aged, walking tho streets qnito unattended and apparently quite unmolested in fact, I saw several both como in and go out of the theaters, sometimes two or three together, but sometimes quite alone. Speaking of this to a Boston woman, she said she should not bo afraid to traverso any part of the city where she should bo likely to go at any hour of tho evening." "Which proves Boston to bo very much of a country village," remarked I, with a littlo Bneer, for I much prefer New York to Boston myself, but my traveled friend replied: "Oh, not at all! Country villages are apt to bo very wicked littlo places, or at least whatever wickedness thero is comes to tho knowledgo of every inhabitant, and villago ladies aro always vory particular about having an escort if they go beyond their next neighbor's. They say they're nfraid 'somebody will speak to them,' a phrase which always moves ono to inquire, 'What are you afraid they will say?' "No. I think that tho air of Boston and Detroit and Philadelphia moro than any other cities on this continent is adapted to tho coming woman, nnd that tho 'unprotected femnlo' is going out of fashion in those places. Tho new idoa (and why isn't it a good idea?) is that u woman is not necessarily tho ward aud appendage of some man who must guard her from tho attacks of other men, and also from the follies of her own feeble brain, but that sho is an individual of equal dignity and responsibility with tho man and ablo to protect herself from whatever dangers may assail her not with her fists, to bo suro, but by her own dignity, and if need bo by appeal to tho officers of tho law." "Strong minded!" suggested I. "Well, you don't think it's nice to bo weak minded," retorted my friend, with a laugh, und so wo parted. . Now, is his theory correct? Do the women of a few of our cities already fool the wave of progress that is slowly rolling around the world to this extent? If o, is it uot a foreshadowing of what is to come? Thero has been a great deal of talk in the last few yenrs of women's rights and a great deal of discussion as to what those rights consist in. But thero is no Bolveut of knotty qnestions of a social uatnro like time and also experiment. Woman's right to work was protty easily conceded, for as u general thing whatever a woman undertakes to do sho docs well and intelligently, especially if she is spurred on toy a doterinination to show that sho can do it us well as a man. Moreover, women lmvf alvmrt consented to work for lessi wage than men can commati.l, and it U only vrry lately that "onto fnir minded and loglnd employers lmvi practically assented to tho propositimi that tho rauto amount nnd quality of virh ttltould command tho same amount of vngt, let it be done by a man or a woman.- - Thmi comes tho right of htmwliiig up in tint curs, a risht which men thnnst'lves invented and conferred upon the ruothcr.4 and wives of other men, although their own mothers and wives when subjected to trfmilnr discipline from other men probably explained to their own mankind liow injurious they found it. And tho right of frnnchfco is being gradually torn and dragged from tho unwilling hand of man, and I for ono am very doubtful if it will not prove n vory perplexing white elephant when it has been fully captured. But what concerns us just now is woman's right to protect horsolf, and it seems by my friend's report that this right is on trial iu some of our cities pretty extensively. Now, it seems to mo that this is n very legitimate and sonsiblo kind of right, nnd also one which will develop by its exercise tho very best nnd most valuable traits of tho woman of tho future. U sho is to stand for herself instead of running behind her big brother at every alarm, sho must acquire, or rather practice, dignity, firmness, self respect nnd courage, not tho courago of tho prizefighter, but of tho monarch, tho queen, who feels that sho is safe among hersub-ject- s by tho simplo right of her queenhood. Now let us get back to tho pith of this little screed nnd consider whether our girls do really need chaperons, or if the old colonial custom of maids nnd matrons going whither they would, by sunlight and moonlight, in company with their brothers, their fathers, their cons-in- s or their uncles, as tho caso might be, or without them, just ns it happened, was not really nearer tho proposed era of womnn's rights than the world has been during tho last half century. Of course we all know that in tho beginning these United States, or rather tho society of tho now nation, was by preferonco and choico opposed to tho traditions of tho old. Etiquetto and formality reigned supremo at tho courts of Versailles and St. James, so let us despiso etiquette and formality and bo as patriarchal and pastoral as possible. President JefTor-soI believo it was, who complained of tho cumbrous ceremonial of the White llouso and stripped tho servants of the modest livery Georgo Washington hnd instituted, nnd whon ho gavo a stato dinner to tho English plenipotentiary and his wife took somo other lady to diuner. But as tho country grow in wealth and luxury, as Americans moro and moro spend thoir holidays abroad and keenly obsorvo tho manners of other people, a change has cropt over the primeval simplicity. Anglomania has succeeded to anglophobia, nnd whether tho Whito Houso servants may bo liveried or not half tho coachmen and grooms of Now York are, and tho etiquetto of visiting cards has been found worthy of several elaborato treatises showing how d we may by those magio bits of pretend to thoso friendly visits which onr grandmothers honestly mado to each other. Along with tho other importations of conventionality has como the system of chaperonnge, and it is ns artificial as all the rest. Tho original idea is good. A very young girl should go into society with her mother, just as tho parent bird when the fledgling begins to try ite wings accompanies its feeblo flight, chirping encouragement and showing how to guido tho tremulous conrso and how to find tho early worm or tho glittering grub. But so soon as tho young bird has strength and sense enough to fly alone, the mother goes about her more important affairs nnd lenves tho daughter to mako practical use of the lessons she has learned. But tho conventional improvement upon this idea is that tho young bird never becomes a responsible bird with the right of self guidance until she is mated, and that tho most venorablo aud proper and demuro old maid sparrow must never try to fly or to pick up that early worm unless sho is under tho protection of 6ome little flirty, flighty hen just married to somo jannty littlo cock sparrow no older thnn herself. I hope the similo is not insulting, but I deolnro I cannot holp thinking of it when I seo a lady of uncertain ngo, who has ripened by tho experience of somo ecoro of seasons in society, entering tho room under convoy of a rosy, curly, fresh young brido who was in her cradle when tho spinster was n debutante. Now, this absurdity arises from a remnant of tho old barbaric idea that all women aro fools and all men aro brutes, for that is tho core of tho old codo of chivalry, of tho institution by Arthur of tho Knights of tho Itoni.d Tnblo and a great deal moro of the pretty und tho impossiblo stato of things peoploBomo- times pretenu tunc mey womu uko 10 reproduce. What wer6 the duties of tho Knights of tho Round Table? They wero to ride up and down tho lund rescuing the dames and damsels who were being carried away by wicked knights, or who, being mnrried to other wicked knights, wero being dragged about by their hair, turned out to Btarvo and otherwise maltreated. They wero also to take und keep a vow of such self control and decency of lifo as is now expected of overy man, but in that day was the exception nnd not at all tho rule. Well, under such a condition of affairs chaperons for single women a necessity, for tho inairied woman, however young and Billy herself, possessed a husband whoso duty it would bo to fight not only for his wife, but tho helpless creature under her and his protection. If they went to ride in tho green wood, ho nnd his men at arms would provent the predatory knights, who always seemed to bo prowling aronnd, from swooping down and carry u, ing oil the women, and if they went to a ball at Camolot or somo other resort tho fear of tho chnporon's husband would prevent thoso open and insultiug protestations and proposals which apparently overy mau was ready to mako nnd every woman porfectly helpless to resist. But thoso noblo days of chivalry aro past, and tho world has moved on several dogrees upon thnt enormous orbit which thoy tell us encircles Borne unknown center around which our entire Bystem revolves. Men havo learned to cultivato their brains and their j)ocketa instead of simply their pasMons for murder nnd rapine. They nro no longer content to bo simply tho male animal of tho genus homo. If they aro still formidable to tho safety and honor of women, it is only when tho woman courts tho danger and would not for tho world havo nny Galahads nnd Percivals interfering in her littlo nmusements. And women nro no longer fools, nor babes, nor the helpless prey of her destroyer. Sho has ns n sex grown out of childhood into yonth and hns dovolopod an amount of character and n wealth of promiso that havo fairly mado tho tradition mongers aud conservatives stand aghast aud stammer in dismay: "Stop! Stop! Where nro you going? Does not it seem probable that this extraordinary growth and maturity of womanhood is to mako its murk uou Fociety, ns it hns upon labor and upon politics nnd upon public thought? If women aro showing themselves competent to earn their own living, to think their own thoughts nnd to express them in litcratnro aud out, if they already largely govern tho school boards nnd aro reaching out toward tho helm of state, is it not time that they should learn to protect themselves from insult and to guide their own steps with discretion? A young fellow going into society does not take his father along to guard him from tho snared nnd follies most young men aro at least tompted to. In fact, these dear boys would resent, with a very formidable wrath, any suggestion that thoy could not tako caro of them' selves, nnd also of their sisters if need bo, s nor indeed nro they loath to propose fash-ionabl- o Fruit Trees For Sale ! ... Vm. .11 Vtm,i Ant! VilfIir4 flit Dlllfl Woit a of KinKSvllle. Lincoln county. We have as fltio a stock 01 r run reei a. ur ready lor transplanting nto orchsrd and garden .. 4. . r. 1..- - -f t..t-- . am P.irh.l Will ft 1 ...- NOTICE I would like to I cclianne some jrcniw inis rail Improved or un proved, Inr airne good Stallions assorted to ault customers at J10 per l.unure.1g and saddle or lumen hnre nice, tho varieties the tet. Kyery-thinTlw trees aie I). T. CHKS 1NUT, Corbin, Ky. necJed to make home attractive ami the children happy will 18 found hijre For circulars ...urcss klngTvilVcKy. 9S-- tf .i,'.. iu Real Estate In Corbln, Ky., D. S. OAltPEKTER, J. ITgw Moat Sb.op. first-class At the well. known old stand ol II. Green, in Hustonvillo, ..- -.I Has Wc have opened on Dupnt Street a .... I. last rrccived miiu rm . .11.. f ruimiuin llutcher Shop, where we will keep at all tlm" he .111 K ui t......!......He also agent lor trie Ulltrr is wo will han- and examine it. Lost meats that the country alfnrUs Chilled and Silver Steel Plows as well as tepalrs dle nothing but the beat and will lor sain. No idows stand higher In the eslima lion 01 tne punuc man mesr. ins stock 01 name. and saddles Is larger than vcr. Has also added a line o! Iluggli', Suncys and Stoves. I.u..lai nn III.V t:,... Vlin far As wo can not keep liooVa. Oar customers will bo served in the best stylo tid we solicit the patand Main... . Streets, lluitonvlllo. llcst located shop . . i.incoin to. imjou .niiin on . l t tak. .L ronage ofthe public We also bur Rood corn frd in ino wcii enu 01 cattle and hogs. ANDERSON CAUR A- CO, cet all the work he is looking fir. Apply to me Manford, Ky. In lluitonvllle, onlyone smith In town 83 jm v Kentucky, 'addition to his an excellent ...... j.a..I. ....ii .viui.ii, iii.iii.iwu l.i .... SEXL FOR CASH ONLY, flt..i 1 U.S. CAKPKNTKR. NOTICE I tier-ma- THE F. HILEY U. HOUSE Kontucky. FRANK R1LKY, Mr. William LandBrart's employment as myn agent for the sale of lands in the- Swiia and Colony at Ottenheiiu, Lincoln county, Ky., has ceased and MR. WJI HUSKR Is now my agent theretor until such agency shall be reroW All legal matters concerning llir puri haseard sale or such lands will bo attended toby W II Miller, my attorney, olSlanlord, Ky J OTTF.NHRIMtR )6,'94. ItlLKY.lProprlotor, London, j; - - I have moved 10 my new Hot.haod am better jrcpared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience Givo m. a tall, I MMEH Dealer In Th.e Fl orono 9 H.otol, Prop. 3)-A- JELLICO TENNESSEE, Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, The best hotel In the city and the only one with a sample rtm for drummers Uspecia attention to the traveling public Rates Jj. THE OLD Groceries, Candies, SAM II. Fancy Goods, JACKSOIT HOUSE, WARNACK, Pior. Fruits, &c. London, very reasuiiasie. - KENTUCKY. 5s Sm pared to attend the wants ol the public Refitted and refurnished and in every way pre- Kates Desircs to thank you for your paduring the year which is asthoguides, protectorsaud cham- tronage pions of other men's sisters if not of almost gone and asks a continutheir wives. But why ia tho boy of 20 so much moro resjKmsible nnd trustworthy ance during the coming year. them-selve- TO THE LADIES. Having secured th services ol Miss Maine Allen from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this season, 1 cordially Invit the Udiea to Inspect a carefully selected stock ul Millinery at prices 10 suit the my nice, new times. The ladles are Invited to line ol Stamped Linen and Embroidery Material MIShLlCCIE IIKAZLKY, SUnford, Ky. e than tho girl of 18, nnd why, if ono is to take caro of tho other, docs not she take caro of him? for I really think if tho girl hnd been bronght up with a penso of her When Hungry try one of his pasto-boar- by government ag.nla, thus securing . ancT perfect safety to depositors. as tas This institution, originally established in iJ.thea Ptpoii Hank of Stanford ol Stanford in iMj and the National Hank "gain te.organliedaa the First National Hank ol Stanford in S8. has had practically an unin Uuc-tiln'PP'd Arnica Salvo. es.stence.of 1. years. It Is better prompt bruise oom with lacllill.s for transacting business The best salve In the world lor cuts, ly and liberally than ever befor. In " sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap. ped hands, chilblains, corna and all skin erup honorable career Accounts of Cflimlfi-cianesfirms and Individuals tlo is and positively eurea piles or no par requir ed It is guaranteed to Ktvv perfect satislactioa "Th Directory ol this Hank is composed ol or money refunded. Price 15 cents per box, w wr hv A R. P'nnr. SUnlord, Kv. Koreatua Rcid, Luicolo county ; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J.W. Hayden, Slanlord; " """ S.H. naughman,Lincoln; J. S. Hocker. Slajforuj Stanlord; W. A. M. D. F.lmurc, Stanford; m T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKluney; Corn, Tomatoes, M.J .Miller, Mt. Vernon String Beans, Succotash, J. S. Hocker, President; Cashier; John J. McRoberts, Early June Peas, Gibbs small Peas A. A. McKtnneT,t,Asisunt Cashier. a. own responsibilities sho would bo tho stronger of the two. Do not suppose, however, thnt I am advocating tho complete emancipation of young girls from parental control. No, for I think nothing more disagTee-abl- o back than the independent nnd nltnost in- And you will certainly go days by a sulting tone adopted in these and try him again. good many girls toward their fathers simply, lot and mothers. No, ray idea is the girls bo trained whilo still children NATIONAL BANK to such truo nnd womanly self respect or STANFORD. KV. nnd self reliance that thoy would no more misbehavo themselves in society than their mothers wonld, and let them Capital Stock- m thoy grow older bIiow their right to Surplus freedom by thoir moderation nnd wism dom in using it. Attention of the public is tnlcd to th. fac But if some weak or ill advised sister that this Is tho only National Hank in S'"'"' th. N'0"1,. Under the provisions capital really need n guardian in going nmong depositors are secured ofnot only by stockholders' liability lor an peoplo, let her at least select come one stock, but by the .0 that d'ro.Uer. o. .mount equal old enough to bo her mother instead of this Institution to the stock. by a fund oIUomoo are secured sworn statements ofthecondltioii of the banka brido fresh from boarding school. the United Sutes gov.ruare made .aland Itsalsets aree.amln.dat Uu4Iibn addititons 25 CTS MEALS Commercial McKINNEY, KY. I Hotel, Hotel at havt bought above tn.uttou.d aod havt attached a First-Gla- ss Bar and Pool Room. Have repaired and 'refurnished tht Hotel and am better than ever FIRST Prepared to Accommodato the Public Fpecul attention to Commercial Men. line Livery aud Feed Stable attached. P. W. GREEK. Proprietor. JESSR0UT, Manajer. S200.000 21,300 """. THE 60FFEY HOUSE JFANKOHD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEY, Pror. This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now la tny charge and I intend to conduct It to aa to not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to Its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers aad fin rooms, for lit dliploy of samples. l00"" (A tl First-Clas- s Saloon J H. SOWUER. & - Aad IIILLIARD and POOLROOMS attachsd j7-JOSEPH COKFKY. W. II. MILLUU, Something to Eat MILLER SOWDER, J'"'. REAL STANFORD, -:- ESTATE KENTUCKY. llul.Jing. Doalors and Brokors, Office Interior Journal Baked S Potatoes French Peas, Apricots, Pears, Sliced Pineapple, Peaches, Grat'd Pineapple, Oysters, White Cherries, Red Cherries, Gr.gauger plums Clov'r leaf salmon Roast Beef, Mushroons, Chipped Beef, Ox Tongue, Deviled Ham, Potted Ham, Amcr. Sardines, Mackerel, Mustard Sardines. PROPERTY FOR 1. Fine Hlus Grass Farm ol aud finely imprutcu. 1. Farm of at low prict.. 100 SAjLIs.. acres nn nlke Ottered mil acics, finely lmprotrd. 4. Flue lllue Grass Farm, of 105 acres, In high state ol cultivation, well improve J; olfercd low. 7. lllue Grass Farm ol 13s acres, on pike, two miles from Stanlord; good land; low lilue-grass prico and qn easy terms, ? 5 r, fTTL T !"31 8 to is. Town lots In Stanford In areas to suit purchasors. acre fine, farm witu exce lent 17. Ninety-thre- e null, dwelling and other Improvements, on pike, 4 miles from 14 btanlord. Heinz' Goods in Stock. Preserves, Chili Sauce, Pepper Sauce, Olives, Tomato Catsup, Celery Sauce, Mustard dressing, White Onions, New stock of Canned goods, every can guaranteed. Chrystalized Pie Preparation, Vanlloutens Cocoa and Atmore's Plum Pudding. i. ft) McKINNEY & HOCKER. S NNorfolkiWesternRA Schedule Nov. 19, 189J. LEAVK NOHTON DAILY 12-6p. m. for Graham. Illuefield, Pocahontaa Lynchburg, Kiehmocd and Norfolk. Sleeping Cars from Roinoko to Norlolk also from Lynchburg to Richmond. Trains lor Pocahontas, Powhatan and Oooln will leave Illuefield daily at 6 30 a ra, U 35 Leave Illuefield 6 30 a ra and 9 00 p m daily, for Kenova and Columbus, O.. Chicago and all points West. Pullman leeper on 900 p m train lor Lo "Frallns arrive at Norton Irom the East daily at o Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, Ky. Practical CARPET "vTEAVER, Has lately purchased the celebrated Large blue grass larm, capable of division Into smaller farms. De.irable In every particular. Offered low and on very easy terras, frame building; well finisha. Good ed on Mam struct, in Eastern part of Slanfoad. feet front, too back. Will sell at a bargain. o Small farm ol 3o acres, s miles Irom Stanford well Improved, at a bargain. 31. Farm of 60 acres on Hanging Fork, near Turnersville Fine lllue grassland, fronts on pike, with good Improvements and nice young orchard. Priculow. 31. Hotel, store housa and cottage, nicely and conveniently located, near depot In London, Ky Nine rooms in dwelling, four 100ms in cottage. Store house ofjrcoms All new buildings. Also good barn. Lot 300x300 feet. Fine location for store and hotel. Will soil cheap an i on easy terms. 33. Dwelling on Lancaiter St , North of railroad. Six rooms and store house. Good cistern, barn and all necessary outbuildings llesutlful location. Lot with frontage 130x100 leet. Terms rcssonablo. 34. Cottage with 5 rooms: good cistern, Sic. Nice garden. Frontage isoxijo foct on North stdo E. Main St., SUnlord. Will exchange for personally or realty at a bargain. two-sto- ry c coal-hous- e, JAMES YEAGER. THOMAS YEAGER. YEAGER & YEAGER, lives:, iteo and Wcare In be-car- ao m stasle, Opera Houm P. STANFORD, B.Y. in th Block land are well supplied with our new stable rSr fii'rtherlnformation as to achedules.ratea Ac apply to agent, of Gen. Pass. Agt lloinokc, Va. M. F. BRAGG, Trav. Pass. Agent. X"' Nowcomh flr.t-il.is- Fly Shuttle Loom, NEW RIGS AND HORSES Have boon purchased and notb. And is prepare J to do all kinds of Carpet and Rug umouts will leave the.stable. weaving on Shawls, Muffiari, Wearing. Fancy Jitc Caltand eiamlne my work. I guarantee s work ai low prices. 86-3- m Give thein a Call. m!mmimM ndmii . tJstift