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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894030901 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. 3555S-tyiff- " ,wNHpwwwcwitf Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxii. WILLIAMSBURMHJTLEY COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MARCH 9. 1894. NO. 3 VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. $ ML It. S. Crawford was in Pinovillo lust an- week. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Keen hnvo other hod. Monday wna county court day nn 1 good crowd whs in attendance. a Tho finhhiK Honnoii linu opened nnd tlio boys are catching some nlcu Hiickcrfl. Tho youtiK ladies of tliln plnco will give an entertainment on Friday ovuti- Little Annlo Ponhatn, the youiiKeat daughter of Mr. L. I). Dunham, is quite alck. Mr. KOoJa. ti W. Sullivan has roho to to lay in his stock of apring iK. J. Cin-cinnn- ia reported that wo havo a colored candidate for Jailer aubject to tho It primary. Kid. J. K. Terry preached the funeral of W. K. Muuney, at his homo near SpruceburK, last Sunday. Tho Corbln Kntoriirlso will innko another venture in tho near future. Wo hope it will be more successful this time. Tho democratic county commlttoe held a meeting Monday and decided to cull a maaa uiectiiiK Juno Ith, to nominate candidates for county ofllces. Tho O. A. H. Tost at tills place is raising funda to build a monument in the corner of tho public ununro. Tho county court has given tho pormlesion to do BO. There waaaome trouble at tho Itird Kyo ininea Monday over working eomo non union men. Tho sheriff nnd tlve deputies went up and no further trouble ii expected. Our neighbor, Corbln, Is having some trouble over her ordinances but wo hopo they will soon be gotten in order of that section and that tho will bo punished nnd whisky selling and drinking will bo suppressed. Mr. John A. Gibson died of pneumonia near Jellico, last week. Mr. Gib-eowaan native of N. 0., and was a river bona for tho Allen Lumber Co., of Pleasant View. Ho was a model young man in every respect and about '2S years rs n tho truth aud respect 'or tho reputation of the section of tho State in which he lives as to report tho people guilty of euch dark and bloody crimes aa ho does when ho knows thny are false. Whisky Didn't Do It. (To the JCJltor Interior Journal.) Heading between the lines of the "Appeal to tho Mothers, Wives," etc., ono can easily neo that tho impression to bo made on tho public is that whisky waa tho cause of thu trouble between tho of age. Mr. Kditor, If you desiro to retain auy reputation (or tho truth you should not quoto from tho liarbourville dispatches. Wo are sorry wo have a man In our midst that has bo llttlo regard for brothers, John and Alex Traylor. This I emphatically deny. That whisky is an evil, and that tho suppression of tho "nefarious traillc" would result in incalculable good to all humanity, I do believe nnd HMHcrt. I could not respect n woman who did not advocate prohibition in all of its phases, regardless of tho constitutionality of tho thing, which sho does not oven caro to understand. But to bear a man being accused of being drunken, because in a moment of passion and anger, ho perpetrated nn act thnt to him of uU others would havo proved a source of keen regret and remorse, had it resulted fatally, though aggravated and harassed until forbearance hod, in this case, ceased to bo a virtue -t- his I must a.iy In my husband's defense; he was not then, nor has ho been at any timo during our married life of 13 years, at nil under tho of liquor. Tho world may brand aCaiu and "say all manner of ovll him against him falsely," hut I, who know-tha- t behind his rough exterior there dwells an innate nobleness of soul that would put to ahanio tho lives of thoso who speak thus of him, wero thoso Uvea and acta nn open book, can Bay to him in tho words of the poet: "Oh, what waa love miulo for, if 'tis not the same Through joy and through sorrow, thro' glory and shame? Thou hast called mo thino nngol in moments of bliss. Ktlll thine angel I'll bo 'mid tho horrora of this, Through tho furnace, unshrinking, thy steps to pursue, And shield theo, nnd savo theo, or perish there too. Claiu Doty Tiuylor. Timb. To select a placo Now la tub on a route and completo arrangellguro ments for your nextlaummor'a vacation. with severe back and alto that hit The mapB, timo tables and guido books, bladder wu paint in hitHe tried many sa called affected. Wisconsin Contral Llnea KldneX cures but without any goal result. About Tho Interior Journal boa just- passed issued by tho beauti-.- ,i J year ago he began use ol Electric slitters and Kb 22nd birthday and giyea promise of found relief at once Electric Bitters it especially and containing a list of tho moat cure troubles a,? lipnlthful resorta in tho north. adapted togives ol all Kidney and LiverOne trial many more yeara of journalistic useful-nes- a and often almott instant relief. will statement- Price and prosperity. Danville Advocate. west, will assist you materially in doing largeprove our At A. R Penny's only 50c. for bottle. Drug Store. im tbia. They are mailed iree upon appliA Quarter Oontury Tost. cation to Jua. 0. Tond, Genl. Pasar. Agt , For a quarter ol a century Dr. King's Now DisMilwaukee, Wis. Send for them. covery has been tested and the millions who have m al. - Tho small boys havo begun to go GtnrcH. barefoot. Three candidates are to bo voted for " Xearly everybody baa been garden at tho republican primary for county ing this week. judge. It. M. Jackson liaa aold his stallion, John Mol'heraon killed n largo gobRandall, to Chestnut & Francis, of Cor-bibler from n flock of 18 wild turkeys threo for $S00. miles BOiith of town. There aro more vacant houses in Mr. A. Pennington Iirh awapped his hotel property to W. II. Hrown, who iu Loudon now than there has been for turn sold to parties here. Tho house peveral years. John II. Jackson boa moved his will bo remodeled nnd made into atore family into the Dan Pitman property, rooms below and oiilccs nbovu. Why is it the city papera call all which he baa traded for. Mr Ed Melvin hascomtnenced erectmoonshiners mountaineers ? Are there ing a commodious dwelling on tho hill no 'shlnors elsewhere? There aro more of them outaido tho mountain limits than back of tho London Manufacturing Co.'b in them, so far as this State is concerned, building John Watkins atays behind the but probably not ao many of them ore counter for Williams & Watkins at the caught, for reasons that wo know not. John Pearl stopped hero on his way depot store, H. II. Nicholson having from Garrard to London a tew days rko. gone back to his farm to make a crop Mr. 0. F. Swlnnoy left for Missouri on this year. Andy Johnson baa tho wire and Wednesday. Cannifux, tho "back moother necessary apparatus at the depot tion" lingered man, waa hero from Ion-do- n yesterday. W. J. Nowcomb has re- to erect a telephone lino in London. I turned from a trip ro Cincinnati. W. II. fiui aleo informed that ho contemplates building a line to Manchester. Spradlin has returned from tho South. Mr. William Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, Oiih of our bust friends was lately has bought Ortho Swinuey'a interest in discovered in a citizen's amoko house at Rowland at 8 o'clock one night with hla tho drug store of Fitzgerald & Swinnoy, and Mr. Swinnoy has moved with his hand faat in a steel trap. Tho belonged to Ureck Graves. Our family to Mt. Vernon, tho old citv with friend was out of coal and wont over to a new "boom." Tho protracted meeting at tho BapMr. GriiveH' and called him up and asktist church has resulted In a creat deal ed to borrow some coal. Ho waa told to ro around to the coal house nnd get it. of good ao far. Many ol the loneliest It being dark, the smoke house waa mis- havo given their hand to Rev. Boruin taken for tho coal bin. In groping around with the Intention of doing better In tho for tho coal, a steel trap cot in its work future. Hro. Horutn is a most interest. by nabbing a hand. About this timo ing speaker and holds bis audienco from Mr, Grave' dog thought it his duty to the beginning to tho end of his sermon. At tho rupuhlicau speaking at Bern-staassist in thief catching and attacked tho colony last week, seata and a stand coat tails of the intruder. Tho racket brought out tho proprietor, who drovo were placed some distance from tho Hooil tho do, released our friend from the tel and when the hour for speaking artrap and took him to the coal house. rived tho crowd refused to leave tho beer and go, so tho seats had to ho brought to Ask Fred Mali a Iffy for particulars. them, and then everything wont nlong MIDDLEBUnC, CASEY COUNTY. as morily aa a "St. Patrick's day in tho Your correspondent, temporarily morning." Marriage license havo been Issued to staying at this placo for the preieut, had a special inviutioti with many others to tho following parties aince March 1: G. attend tho golden wedding of Mr. II. II. W. Green aged 22 and Mollio A. Vaughn McAninch. Fifty years ago on last Wed aged 10; Levi Boshears, IS and Misa Italian!, 42, Fredrick Jones. 21 and nesday, Mr. McAninch led to the nltar Mies Melinsa Hoes. The ceremony was Nancy Elizabeth Umphlete, 13; J. L. performed by Esquire John Humphrey, Reynolds, Stand Mrs. 0. A. Baker, 29; in tho Rich Hill neighborhood. Hut few John M. Bigger, ID and Rosa Sullivan, d couples have traveled lifo'a drenry road 21; David Weaver, 27 and SiiBan E. 20. together aa harmoniously aa Mr. McAninch nnd hi Melissa. On arriving at tho DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. hospitable mansion we wore met nt tho (Advocate.) door by Mr. McAninch with his face Tom Webb sold the 3o 1,200-lfeed-er- a clothed in bis happiest smiles, and after at Harrodsburg Monday, tc Mr. Bon-Ua hearty shako of tho hand, we wore at 3 52c. ushered in among his numerous friends, W. L. Caldwell & Son sold to It. M. children, grandchildren and other relatives. There waa ono great grandchild Houchlns, of Anderson county, a email present. Crowding in the hall and par jack for f300. The Schubert Male Quartette, with lor, tho assembly was soon addressed by Miss Bertha L. Clark, violinist, Miss In a few our host words, fol lowed by Kid. J. Q. Montgomery with Laura B. McCorklo, reader and whistler, appropriate remarks commending Mr. and Miss Adelaide Jackson, accompanMcAninch and his faithful wifo for their ist, will appear here on tho 10th. In tho last issuo of the I.ntekiou general worth and good deeds, aud their long, laborious and devoted labora to- Jouhnal thoro appears a petition signed gether, closing with an Impressive pray- hy22(Jmarreid women and over 100 single er. We wero then called to the dining ladies asking all to vote for prohibition. room where wo found an extension table It will take a bravo man to ignore this laden with meata, fowl, tropical fruita, appeal. Rov. J. 0. Vaught, of Harrodsburg, cakea, and in fact every delicacy that tho appetite could desire. A good part of will assist Rey. W. F.Taylor in a series the afternoon was consumed by tho vast of special services to bo commenced at assemblage iu doing justice to the table. the Centenary Methodist church in this There aro but few better neighbors or city tho third Sunday in March. Tho more men than our vunera-hi- singing will be under tho supervision of friend. A number of valuable gold- I'rof. Fogg, of Covington. Thomas Caldwell, living near town, en presents given by tho friends and relatives wero exhibited iu the parlor. waa shot Tuesday. He was found to Among his nuuy relatives, his nephew, havo a bullet hole in tho abdomen and Mr. Jnmes McAninch, of Sedalia, Mo, will probably die. Ho persistently rewas present. llefore the assembly dis turn! to toll who shot him, but tho persod wo wero enlivened by several an neighbors say that ho and his wifo had ecdotes of Mr. McAninch's early life and an altercation that morning and that alio strugglea and also some valuable expe- probably indicted the wound. riences in after years. Long life to Mr. Tho Stanford Intkhiou Journal waa IS. T. M. and his companion. 22 years old on March 2, and 19 years "I'erhtpi you would not think to, but a very and ono month of that timo it has been of iliMasj in New York comet Urge W. 1 Irom cariessnoss aoout caicmnn cold,' lays Dr. Uhder tho present management. Sjrrut Kdi n "It Ii luch simple thing and to Walton, its owner, came to Kentucky common lht very few people, uulctt it It a case ol liiicuroonla. pay any attention to cold. New when a young man and took up tho paYork li one of the uralthut places on the Atlan tic Coait and yet there are a treat many cant of per when that section of country was full caiarrn anu consumption wmen nave meir origin of desperadoes and scoundrols generally. iu this neglect ol the simplest precaution of every tay life. The roost sensible auvlca is when you Young Walton, with pluck and right have one cet rid of it at toon at possible. Ily all meant ao r.01 neglect it.' ur. r.dson does not and his paper behind hiai, waded in tell you now to cure a com but we will, rake to stamp out tho lawless class and Chambeiltin'a Cough Remedy. It will relieve the boldly lungs, aid expectoration, open the H'cretiont and ho did it. Ho waa shot at, hounded and nun effect a permaucnt cure 15 and jo ceut but. vilified by tho class ho pursued bo reties for tale by Dr. S. G. Ilockcr, druggist, lentlessly, but tho good peoplo soon Chamberlain'! Cough Ilemedy gives tho bett lausMcuouoi any cougn roeuicine Handle, and flocked to his aide, and tho passing of at a teller leads all other preparations in this tho lawless element waa finally brought market. I recommend because It It the best medicine I ever handled for coughs and croup. about. No section of the State ia better A. W. Ilaldridge, Mlllerivllle, 111. For tale by than tho territory about'.Stanford, and . Dr. S. G. Hocke , druggist. its good people are grateful and sensible It May Do aa Much for You. enough to place much of tho responsiMr. Fred Miller ol Irving, III. writos that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, bility whero it belongs. Courier-Journn, Mt. Vernon now has three drug Binoko-hous- e dt Tho republicans will meet and nominate a ticket for county oillces Saturday. Mr. James Hamilton has made hia bond na postmaster and forwardod aamo to Washington for approval. John "Ited Cloud" waa before Judge Robinson Wednesday charged with sell- Sterling Silver, Mantel Clocks, ing whisky. He waa acquitted on a techRich Jewelry, Bronzes, nicality. Fine Watches, Spectacles, Sir Knighta It. II. Tomiiuson, Jacob Silver Plated Ware, Rogers' Goods,'; Joseph and Howard Rico attended a Onyx Tables, Banquet Lamps, meeting of K. of P. o Ulcers at Louisville Imported Chinas, Novel this week. Capt. Tom Peacock ia some better, Art Goods and Maker of the "Logan's Fort Souvenir though still a very aick man. Mr. R. C. Spoon. Our stock the most complete. Our prices the lowest. We Farria and family will shortly move to will convince you that this is the place to trade. Lexington to reside. A number of our liberal citizena have contributed enough money to erect a band stand in tho park and ono will bo built next week. Free concerta will bo given every Friday nvening durirg the J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. warm weather. 23d, 1894. Mra. Mattle Noel, wifo of Rev. It. It. Noel, after a protracted illness, died Full corpt of Conservatory and Normal School teachers. Superior courset in Literature, Mutlc and Tuesday night. Funeral sevices were An. Eaccllent boarding department. Catalogue and circular! furnished on application. held at tho Presbyterian church Wednesday morning, after which tho remains wero interred in the Lancaster cemetary. Tho docket for circuit court next week ia as follows: Old equity 105; equity appearances 27; old common law 11; ordinary appearancea 30; casea 70. Tbia Ia tho lightest Commonwealth's docket Garrard county has had for yeara. Mr. Cal. Nevlua met with a painful accident Tuesday morning. Ho is tho : distiller at Col. Bast's, near Buckeye, : and while oiling the machinery Lis clothing caught in a cog wheol. Ho waa drawn into tho rapidly moving wheelB and would havo been instantly killed had not some of tho hands rescued him. The left aide of his neck waa terribly lacerated and his body badly bruised. THUS - B. H. DANKS5 iTBWELER i J ties. Bric-a-Bra- c. l v Stanford Female College. Sprlujj Session Tuesday, January .it t! A i J I h'a N. V. S. r- - We : Have Got Them. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. i m The 0., II. & !., Cincinnati, Hamilton it Dayton, ia one of tho best advertised roads in the country, and what is better, it moro than lives up to every promise it makes. Its train aervico could hardly ba improved upon. Tho coachea aro elOpposite CofTey House, egant and every comfort ia provided. A aplendid road bed enables ita trains to make the faat schedules on time and when you get aboard of them you can rest assured that you will be taken to Has opened a nice line of Household Furniture and will put them out your destination at tho minute fixed. the lowest cash price. From Cincinnati itia the beat and quick- at est road to Chicago, St. Louie, Toledo ! aud Detroit, beaidea making a specialty of Western and California business. To those buying a nice, new, clean bill of Furniture. Those wantDirect connections aro made from here ing anything in my line will make it profitable by seeing my line bevia tho Q. & C, for which road the capaGive me a call and be convinced. ble and popular Mr. D. G. Edwards, who fore buying elsewhere. manages tho passenger business of now tho C, II. & D , was formerly general paasenger agent. Take tho advice of on e who knows whereof bo apeuka and see that your ticket reads via tho C, H. A D. when you want to go to points reached by this line. FURNITURE : STORE. 25 FEE CENT. REWARD Do-bi- o m Bar-nar- b i, ' W. W. WITHERS. well-choju- free-hearte- d e Tho daughters of 12 membera of Congress aud tho wives of L'O membera draw Government pay aa private secra. tariea of their husbands or fathers. Mian Angelina Lamb, of Gosheni Intl., lost her voice 1L years ago, tho result of a sovero illness. A few days ap.0 alio had a severe coughing spell which resulted in tho rearrangement of her vocal chorda and now sho talks aa sweetly aa you please. Three peoplo wore killed and half a dozen injured by an explosion of dyua-mit- o during tho lire at Cullman, Ala., lato Monday night. Three livery stablee, eight stores, u church, tho city jail and ha'f dozen other buildings wore destroyed by the II ro. 1'ottera at Waco, Madison county, havo commenced manufacturing from pottor'a clay. They are to secure a durable glazing, uud if they succeed, it will prove of great aJvautago to Central Kentucky, the clay of which iaof superior quality. tomb-atoue- a m NEW STOCK, NEW STYLES. Large Assortment. Sizes and Shapes to suit even the most fastidious. CTTJST ARRIVED. -- H. J. McRQBERTS. Trp DRUGGIST JEWELER,. propo-tio- n 1 11 Tho Hazel Green Acadomist can see no cause for thinking of any other man for tho ollieo of superintendent of public instruction than tho incumbent, Ed Porter Thomson. Ho has worked faithfully and well and has done a great deal for tho public schools of tho State He haa done moro work than any man who preceded him in tho aamo otlico, and is the hardest worked ollicial at Frankfort. Lot tho Stato ive honor to whom honor ia due, and elect to succeed himself Professor Thompson, whom the democratic party will aurely nominate at tho proper time. So hero'a forThomp-Bon- , first, last and all the time. to-da- A Complete line Watches, Clocks, G"old Silver and Medi-Plate- d of Drugs and Ware at cine , &c. Prescrip lw?st prices. At- tention promptly tions a Specialty, given to repairs. g-- o y to a. ti. Fjsisnsrir Opposite Court-Hous- e . MeRoberts' Drug Store, "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, A Complete Stock of Dr. Oyrua Edaou, of tho Now York board of hoalth, a.iya tho; grip is likely for a generation or bo. Boon to disappear talkua hope ho kuowa what hu ia Let ing about. When IUIiy waa sick, we gave her CastorK When aim waa a Child, she cried for Castorla. When sho Wains Miss, sho clung to Castori. When sho had Children, sho gfro them Caatoria. test to long and that has given to universal satis- taction ts uo experiment. lyscn bottle is positively euaranteed toirive relief or the money will he relunded. It is admitted to be the most reliable lor Coughs and tolas 1 rial bottles Tree at A. It. Penny's drug store. Large size joe and$i. It ia known among the publishers that Tho Soutaern Magazine haa larger newa Btand sales in New York than in New Orleans, larger in Boston than in Louia-vill- e, and tho knowledge would seem to demand a more vigorous interest at borne in this ita greatest of all publications. Itia known that the success of the excellent monthly has been great, received benefit front its use testily to lit wonderovon in tho South, but it ia the comparful curative powers in all diseases of the Tnraat, Chest and Lungs. A remedy that has stood the ison that Southerners should feel. Albert Bailey seduced Misa Nannie Naves at Toccoa, Ga., and killed her father when brought to bay about it. DRUGS, BOOKS, POINTS, Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions rately Compounded. Give him a Call. accu- W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. fi . PWff2Zff5 nwtVtoaiil-L-3iS- rvw rttti V t r i r ! IT IF. II tot fit I I Ffr IV I At the Louisville Store, that will make this week a memorable one. entirely duo to republicans extravaTho publishing of dimo novels pays. Clearing out dollars in merchandise for dimes in cash. This sale comgance, making a bond issue necessary. Norman L. Munro leaves ovor a million prises an entire stock offered at a greater reduction than has ever been Tell tho truth and shame tho devil, Bro, accumulated In nutting such litoratuto made before. Kelly. on tho market. Is that Tho latest news from Hawaii IPKID.&.'X". It 1b said that tho Senate tho Provisional Government is engaged has decided on a duty of 1 per in preparing a Constitution for a permacan not bo denied that thero is ct. on raw sugar. Tho bill, which hue but nent government. It great diesatisfaction now nmong the little resemblanco to tho way it looked To buy goods. Such low prices cannot prevail long else every mill in Tho King of Dahomov ordered his boys in tho trendies over tho fact that when it left the House, will bo reported mother beheaded tho other day and the country would be compelled to close. Buy now because you Then it whilo it was being done ho looked on all the rascals hnve not been turned out, to tho full comuiitteo know they are low. Every department is complete. Acrican Indiwhilo in many instances mugwumps take a week or two to get it beforo tho quietly smoking a pipe. go blues 5c, American Indigo blue and gold 5, yard wide unbleached have been given tho places that thodem-ocrat- s Senate itself where it will bo talked to cotton bleached cotton 4 c, 5c, 5 c, 6c, Louisvillo Jockey Club has reThe 8$c. Chilought to fill. All of us hoped and death. dren's, misses and ladies' hose at 5c. newed its lease of Churchill Downs for 10c, 15c, nnd 25c. believed that Mr. Cleveland had learned Ladies' Sleeve Ribbed Vests 20c worth 35c. t papers pins for 5c. Grow's ollicial plurality for three years with an option on it for $150,- during his first administration that ho Get you a pair of blankets while they go at half price, 75c for a pair 000 at the ond of that time. from Pennsylvania is QOKKN AND OllKSCKNT ROUTE. "GHllip- could not ignore those who elected him, And now cornea tho report that Col. that are worth $1.50. In fact any thing in the line of winter goods It is pretty steep, but it lacks over ses of the World's Fair." A selection of and that ho would not ho ablo to run 2,000 of being as will go at half its value. Outfit to go for this week. We propose to much as that by which Breckinridge, through Senator Black-bur- 192 Gems of tho White City Been through affairs successfully with enemies instead Mr. Cleveland was elected governor of offered Miss Pollard $3,500 aud her tho Camera. This handsome volume wind up winter with of friends on guard. A year of his term New York and it is 00,000 less than tho costs to compromise her suit. containing 192 photographic half-tois gone and his supporters aro begin- democratic majority in Texes. Mooro Baker sold to a New York views of the entire Exposition, ehowing profit by ning to realiza that ho did not museum for $300 the bloody bed and all main buidingx, all state and territorWhen tho democrats voted tbo lesson. A Cincinnati woman has gone raving cradle in which his wife and child were ial building?, buildlngfi, So make the last week of February, oil foreign for a chango in presidents, they voted crazy over reading tho nasty develop- murdered at Franklin Park, N. J. 1S94, a memorable one in the groundx, statuary, lagoons, and about 40 the trade annals of Stanfoad. for a change in every oflico down to the ments in tho case. For this wc have rigged up an outfit Thero is a probability that tho Wil' humblest, and sinco thoy havn't got tho It has made a good many peoplo sick at lard Hotel, Louisville, will cloo. Gro-co- views of tho groat Midway Plaisanco, containing every outside article that a man wears. We have priced will be Bent to anv address on receipt of latter, thero is good grounds not only for thoBtomach, but this is tho first case of this outfit as a whole and in separate items for the sole purpose of atbills and an increase of rent will 25 cents and llv cents for postage. This tracting attention, howling but for kicking liko a Broncho. insanity that it has produced. to consider tho matraising a big row, starting a stampede, that will cause the directory book has boon issued by tho greatest of Come down from your lofty pinacle, Mr. clean out the stock in one week. The suit alone is worth the price of ter next week. Southern r.llroads tho Queen it CresCleveland, aud give the boys a chance. Gov. Brown has, through Secretary of .Mrs. Pulliam, wife of the Brecken-ridg- e the entire outfit. cent Routu and its excellence Is withNeither party takes to tho mugwump State Ueadley, announced that ho is in county judge, who ia Berving a 15 out a il.iw. A most delightful collection Suit, - - 56.75 theory, but endorses tho old Jacksonian tho race for U. S. Senator to tho finish. year The Suits arc row toe, plain or Hither alone or term for killing tho man who ho victors belong tho And judging from present indications ho claimed seduced her, because ho would of exquisito views, in a nmnll and convdoctrine that to the double and single cap, lace or gai- in the $9.25 outenient-sized spoils. What is the uso of us fellows will finish at the quarter pole. book. Many pnoh collec- Shoes, - - 1. 00 breasted, black ter, well made, fit. g not pay hush money, has become a Sit nil tearing our shirts to elect a president tions are large and cumbersome. ch eviots. Fine regular price lunatic. Tub IIouso iuh passed the pension unless the hide goes with tho horns ? your address and 80 cents to W. O. Hat, - - 75 worsteds. Not Tho meanest woman in Ohio lives they go for The shirts arc bill. It appropriates $151,000,000, about General Passoi ger Agent, Cinone worth less j$i either alone laundered dress near Chillicohe. Her husband lay dy- cinnati, O. Tub other day Congressman Meredith, $15,000,000 lees than lost, but still too ing for weeks with n burning fover, unaShirt, - - 50 than J? 10. They or in S9.25 out- bosoms, plain or of Virginia, made a speech against tho much by $100,000,000. Pension Agent Walton has complet and bIio used him as an inble to move go for $6.75 ei- fit. fancy. Regular increr.se of the pension burdens and in - - 10 ther alone or in cubator. She placed 50 epgs wrapped in ed his report for the month of February. Collar, NEWSY NOTES. The Hats are price ? 1; they go favor of a rigid scrutiny of the merits of cotton alongside him and every one Tho nanuM added to tho rolls aggregate the So. 25 outfit. fine felt alpincs, for 50c either every claimant. This week ho received Tho Poatollice bill appropriates JX), ami thoi dropped principally on achatched. Silk Tic, - - 5 The Shoes are spring shapes. or in the a letter containing theso awful words: for the next fiscal year. The esTho man in the tower at Columbus, count of donth was 113, making n net good solid leath- .tegular M.50 I $9.25 outfit. "You d n rebel. Your time has come. timated revenue is $S9, 497,18 1. O., turned tho lover too quickly mid Iom of '53. The total number of pen S9.25 er, broad or nar They go for 75c! You shall not vilify the union soldiers. Charles Harrison, a colored man, re- throw tho rear eleener of a Pan Handle sioners in Kenturky is 20,023. I shall do you up. Be prepared." Tho fused to give tho train right of way on train oh" the track and against tho tower. The collars arc regular linen. They go for 10c cither " alone or A rhrmmalir pain in me led shoulder bad letter came Irom Pennsylvania anu is its track and he waq run over and killed !l druggMt in $9.25 outfit. The ties are new styles, all silk tccks. All shades Tho four men in it and two others were trhled Mr J It I.oper, doubtless from a sneaking coward who near Lebanon. month At Moln, seriously hurt, but tho passengers escap- of l)e thr pun w Iowa, mr ottr hi be could not and they go for 15c cither alone or in the 9.25 outfit. o that limes hung in tho rear of the army during tho M. K. Campbell got drunk and made lift nuythlrjj With all hr could do he cftuld not ed injury. L'ct rid of it until he applied Chasnhef Uln'a Pain war to bob Berenely up in the front rauks hia bed on the C. & O. railroad track near Halm At St. Joseph, Mo., Jocob "I only made three plications of it," h of the pensioners in peace, and live on Lexington. Train cainu along and cut says, "And have tince been Ore frnm all pain ' a well known restaurant keeper, He row recommends it to person similarly afflict-tigovernment ho never off both his legs. tho bounty of tho hy Or S fi IIocV.r, drugci't. It i for went to his home, and finding tho doors served. It is just such cattle as he that During tlie past year i,isi persons lockod became suspicions and Btarted to keeps the pension list from being a roll were arrested for violating tho postal BTET., break in, when Georgo Hair, a noted of honor. Ho would assassinate a man laws and of theso 227 wore employes, OS Dunsmore's wife, gambler, who waB with who protests against paying out money being postmasters. suddenly opened tho door, and thrilliA. URHANSK.Y & CO., Proprietor to his claes, but that is the only way Tho 4th annual meeting and ng out a pistol fired two shots, both The stockholders of the Danr 'leand Crab T. D. RANEY, Manager. he would seek revenge. of the United Confederate veterans piercing Dunsmore's heart, and ho fell PiVe are requested tomwl at the Kirst National Hank, in Stanford, en SATURDAY, AI'K will be held in the city of Birmingham, tut 7. 1894, lor the purpose ol circling diredor dead. Cleveland has returned from his hunt Ala., April 25 and 2G. the cntulns year. ACK liOSI.KY, President. in Dismal Swamp, bringing Gresham CHURIMAFFAIRS. It is estimated that 3,000 couples aro back with him, instead of getting him married throughout tho world daily. The Tho meeting at tho Millersburg lost beyond hopo of recovery. It was n number of cases in which marriage is ! (Successor to Geo. D. Wearcn,) Christian church closed with 3S addishame, besides a reflection on tho demo- proved to be a failnre is not given. tions. crats of tho country, who had bourne tho The First National Bank, of LouisRev. J. N. Lyle, of Louisville, will Two iloon above Always en hand heat and burden of the day, that he was ville, has increased its circulation to preach at tho Presbyterian church at 11 of honor under a $300,000. given the highest post The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? It was originally $50,000. It democratic administration, and tho rank purchased 4 per cent. Government a. M. and 7 r. i., Sunday. Mr. L. M. Lnsley is assisting Rev. Can tic had in the market. Prices lower than the and file will nover forgive Mr. Cleveland bonds. lowest Mourning Rods a specialty. Call and Ben Helm in a meeting at Crab Orchard eiatntEc, b'fotebiiylnir Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year for the appointment. A judgment for $37,000 against Tom MAHV DAVIS DUDDERAR. and many converts aro reported. Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. Stanierd, Ky and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. Lord Rosbderv, tho new prima minis- jonnson, tno Uuio congressman, was COMMERCIAL III.OCK Bishop T. U. Dudley, of Louisville, ter of England, has accomplished two of rendered at Indianapolis in a suit in will preach at tho Female College Chapthe three things he said ho would when which tho Catherwood estate was tho el, at 7:30 r. m. Thursday, March 15th. plaintifT. I he left Oxford marry the richest woBefore you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than The peoplo of Christian county aro Anderson Carter and Bud Montman, becomo prime minister and win the cheapest. all Christians, or the eflorts of Sana gomery were taken from tho jail at not tho Derby. Ho married a Rothschild V. L. WITHERS, Salesman. at, Mr stort Jones would not be in demand so often. and I think was Imrnrd Friday night, Feb nnd '04, for robbed ol part of Its contents, and now he only noeds to win tho Der- Mountain Home, Ark., and hung by a the arrest and .onviuion of juiltr partin I will Tho W. C. T. U. of Chicago has is already tho fa mob, notwithstanding the jail was heav by, in which his horso parjioo. J A HAMMONDS ily guarded. n crusade on druggists who indulge Hubble, Ky vorite. Tho largo redwood tree exhibited at in the illegal salo of narcotics and stimu Gov. McKinlky has taken his time in tho World's Fair has been given to the lantsofall descriptions. calling an election to fill the vacancy in Department of Agriculture by the Stato Tho Rev. B. II. Darling, of Brook OF- Tho section is 23 feet lyn, during the communion servico latt tho Ohio delegation caused by tho dwith of California. a of Congressman Houk. Ho has fixed it through the center. Sihedute Nov i;, ityj Sunday, cautioned his congregation DistilW J. W. Walsh, of Paris, on against taking good sized drinks of tho for May 1st. Tho author of tho tariff bill LKAVK NOIllu.V DAILY iniquity evidently prefers that tho dis- Monday shipped from that city 1,200 wine. "Asip; just a tiny sip," ho said, 12:00 p. 111 for Graham. MuefieM, Pocahontai Lylnhburc, Kichmotd and Norfolk. Twenty "isfiuflicient." trict should go unrepresented than to barrels of whisky for export. Sleeping Cart (root Koinoke to .N'orlolk alto report- from I.yncnbnrs to Rkh nond. cars were necessary to transport this eg have it again elpct n domocrat. Over n thousand converts aro Train tor i'ocahoutai, I'owhatan and Ooodn gregation of "straight liquors." ed as tho result of Sam Jones' ten days wilUtxire lliueficld daily at 6 30 a in, u 35 p in. and 909 m daily for belief, but it is neve Leave Illuefield 630 It is almost pist Four men were killed in a mino meeting at Hopkinsville, which closed Kenur and Columhui, aOm , Chicago and all point! thelees stated as a fact, that there are in shaft in Pennsylvania by the falling of n Tuesday night. All tho churches thero Wctt l'ullman lecper on 9 00 p m train ler Co tho Quaker City of Philadelphia 150 wo- ledgo of rock, this causing a gas explos- are following up themeeting to gather In lumbus. arrive at Norton Irom the East daily at Trillin men applicants for licenso to sell liquors ion. Three miners were nlso buried in the harvest of souls. 11 10 a m. Kir furtheriniormation ai to achndulei.ratet After our Stanford women purify tho Minnesota by an earth cavein. .V uctrn Marcus D. Lover, a converted Jew Ac. apply to azentt of Norfolk IIKVILL, Is the only one authorized to sell Oliver Chilled Plow Repairs W. II. in moral atmosphere at home they might Within two weekH every coke oven of Louisville, will deliver a free lecture at Gen. Tats, Act Koanoke, Va. Stanford. go ou an evangelizing tour with good ef- in the Connellsville, Pa., region will bo tho Baptist church at 7.30 His M. r. I1RAC.G, Trav. 1'ajj. Aent fect. fired up, giving employment to 0,000 subject will be, "The Jowp; their Laws, The Bee Geo Bee is the latest journal- men now idle. This will be more thon Manners, Customs, an Religion," and istic craft to bo launched among tho havo been in operation for a number of everybody is invited to attend. (a stamp) any reader breakers. It is issued on Sundays by years. of The I Stephen Greer was called out of his ITEMS. kk 011 FARM AND TRADE John B. Gaines, at Bowling Green, who home, one milo north of Jefieraonville, Bays his duties as postmaster koop him Jouknal can have a Tho 100 cattle on tho Paris market from running a daily and ho must have the other night and shot down and kill- Monday brought L' to 3lc sample copy of The ed by unknown assassins. An attempt Bomo newspaper work to do. bought, of East 12nd par John Cash Southern Magazine was made to track thorn with bloodHe. A Kanbas school inarm is Baid to have hounds, but the dogs could not retain th ties, a bunch of fat cattle nt by dropping a line to Josh Jones shipped a car load of been discharged because she changed scent. its publishers at Cofit. Joe, Mo,, Toes-day- . her name from Mary, the sweetest of all, Gov. Foster, of Louisiana, appointed horses and jacks to lumbia Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinaware line. Call and to Mae. Sho ought to have been if she Congressman Newton O. Blanchard, now boar of Toland-ChlnLouisville, Ky., and A nice lot wasn't. There can be no improvement Berving his seventh consecutive term, examine and get prices. Baughman, Stancan obtain a club rate on Mary, and any corruption of it pro- to fill tho vacancy caused by tho promo- ehoats for Bale. M.S. duces that tired feeling. tion of Senator White to tho Supremo ford, Ky. on the Magazine and Squire J. S. Murphy says thero will bench. Tho appointment is said to bo n this paper by adapThe consular bill as presented by good one. bo no peachee but tho cherries and Stanford, Ky. Gov. McCreary calls for an appropriadressing the publishples aro still safe. Tho incident at a negro funeral in tion of S1,513,73S.7(5, about $47,000 more F. P. Bishop Bold to John Gary A er of Tin-- Intkkiok tnh city, where the brother of tho do- Tho feasibility of a ol iso. l than Inst year. Son, of Somerset, n ceased shot at one of tho for Jouknal. $11 per ton. railroad to connect tho U. S. and South baing guilty of the solecism of wearing timothy hay at America is commented upon. R. L. Ilubblo has farmed tho $1800 h red neck tie, may oe taken either nsan Dealer in Oliver Chilled and Buchcr & Gibbs' Imperial innk-.Jnn R flckburn. ana will maKo a be charged evidence of tho advance in "culchah" The Legislature can not DR. W. B. jennet eeaBon with him nt bis place. with tho sin of commission, as it has done of cur negro population or as a warning Gamoor, by GarabettaWilkes, 2.19J, but little, and the peoplo will forgiro it to those who fail to observe tho niceties dam by Pancoast, 2:213. Books now opthe sin of omission. It was a case in of tho etiquette of dress. Courier-Journa- l. office recently Office South en for Bervice. Cook, Carr & Co., Stat! acated by Dr.Side Main St., In Stanford, Ky. Lee F. Huffman, which the lonst done the bettor. Double Shovel Plows, Plow Harness and Three alleged "evangoliala" hnvo ford, Ky. light domand in CinCattlo are in Senator Blackul'rn must havo got created a deplorablo Btato of affairs : religion. Ho attended the Moody meet- among tho ignorant in Putman county, cinnati, with best shippers at 4; hogs Tho fakirs claim to heal by tho aro weak with best packers nt 5.10; sheep ings at Washington and offered to give a Ind. AT OTTENHEIM. 3 month's Balary to nid id tho continuance "laying on of hands." Victims aro thrown aro quiet at 2 to 3.G5 and lambs at to I am the only authorized Agent in the East End of the county for into trances and remain bo for hours at a 4c. of the services. Ilcgmning on & Riker's 1894. and on eachthe 1st Monday In March, Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. time. One man has ontirely lost his At the ealo of Dedman first Monday thereafter, a Stock Sr3cware 0f thc bogus repairs that are for the aale Market will be held at The Legislature is in articulo mortis, mind and has been committed to an in- dairy stock near llarrodsbnrg 27 high of Hortes, Cattle, Sheep OUenheim Pertoni hav- offered by different parties. aid Ilogi. and the only man having power to raise sane asylum. ing stock to toll or thoie wishing- to buy aro invitThe sensible pooplo of grado Jereoy cows, nono of thorn ed to attend. There will be no charge to anyit Bays he will not do it. Good, Gov. Putman county are thoroughly aronMd, sold at $17 to $47.60. The farm of body. WM.LANUGRAFiy OUenheim, Ky. Brown. Stick to it. and ara preparing to take action. acres was withdrawn at $50. 67 Joseph M. Archer, n wealthy stock The Louisville Commercial says: "Tho last yoar of IIarrison'a Administration doaler, was murdered and robbed of ou tho highway near Lima, O. decreased tho ' public debt $0,000,000. The first year of Mr. Clovoland'B adminJohn O. King, who has been bury Stanford, Kr., - Mahcii 9, 1894 istration has increased tho public debt ing peoplo in Louisvillo for 38 years has $32,000,000." Yes, but you aro not hon- at last had that service performed for est enough to say that the increase was him. W. P. WALTON. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal $3,-0- 00 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVEN'S" to-da- Congrees-man-at-lar- go 1. I havo Jones e yard, and Wire fence in tho would bo glad to show to tho farmers and others, tho beet wlro fence over built. It. I). Bruce, or Mack Bruce. Maud S. will bo 20 years old tho 2Sth of this month. Sho was bred, but is not in foal, and has never produced a colt. Sho will bo stinted Agdn this spring but tho chances aro that bIio will not breed as tho per cent, of fecund marea of her age in very Hinnll. Cicero Itaynnlds, of tho West End, has a owe that has had seven lambs within a year. They came twina twice nnd triplettsonce. He sold tho lambs at $3 each, making ?Jl in all. Mr. Reynolds also ban n lanb nearly a month old that look very much liko a kangaroo. Its fore legs aro long uud stout whilo tho hind legs are vey short and (mil. It walks on its foro leei oxcltiaively. n sample of tho court-hous- Lock OUR STARTLING BARGAINS NOW IS YOUR TIME 4c, 7c, 8c, 7c, 100,-3G- n, n A GRAND HURRAH! Pollard-Brec&inrid- r's rav-sn- ;5t-5- 0; Rin-parso- n, ne 8S7,-707,3- 09 1 im. y lnn e Duns-mor- e, l. -- ! LOUISVILLE : STORE, Turnpike Eleotioa. m STAlsTFOUD, n nt nxEZXjXjinSTEJDBT I'ost-Otuc- B. K. WEAREN, e. Dealer iu Carriages, Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, $100 REWAUD Get His Prices bo-gu- n tf NjWNorfolkiWeslernRil jESevcretuX m us Oliver Cilei Plow Repairs J. K. VANARSDALE, Rail-rja- d ht. 1 For Two Cents nt 1 GLASSWARE, QUEENS WARE, Building, CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. a FARRIS Mo & HARDIN, : car-loa- d pall-beare- rs Wo pekkSnsI . PENNY Dentist. TOCK MABZET :f I SLID SEE3DS. "W. first-clas- s, E. PEEKINS, Crab Orchard. ,;i- - !., f it$& THT ( Semi-Week- ly scrwpi Interior Journal Ky., ij&&:,,mmJ '"' u BrANFOUD, - March 9, 1894 E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEANS BUSINESS. Buy your school book a nnd scliool sup piles ot all kinds at A. It. I'enny'H. Watcheh, clocks nnd jowelry repaired nnd wnrrnnttul. Knrnvini; n npecialty, at A. It. Penny's. TiiKlnrceftt stock of Driitrn, Medicines, rorfumery, I'alnta and Wall Paper at A. H. lVnny'a. Prescriptions a specialty. PERSONAL POINTS. , X Mit. V. (i, Holland, of Jollloo, was In tow n Tuesday. Gov. MrCiiKAKY and wifu aro at Hlch-mon- d for a few days. John Knoi.kman, of Luxincton, is with his hotuefoIkH huro. Kkv, W. K. Ahnoi.ii Is auUt-rinvery much from a sprained ankle. Mhh. Nanniic Owk.vs left yeuterday to visit rolatlves in Calera, Ala. Mk. 1 K. Kkmc, ol Middleehoro, at Uiiided court here this week. Mis Mamic Moonic wont to Louisville Tuesday to remain a month or so. MiuT. A. Hick in up from Ixmisvillo to spend a day or two with his wife. Ma. It. I). ISiutk, the hualliuK wire fence man, of Dnnvillo, wita in town Wodiiehday. llo.v. (I. A. Lackhy went over to Fayette Tuesday to so hiH daiij;htor, Mrs. Will llelds. Mies Lkttik Hklm went to Crcsceut Hpr'uiKH WednesUay niht to visit her sister, Mrs. J. F. Walton. Mit T. U. Ykacikh has returned from llardstowu where he went to see after Lis property interests. Mas. Ilium: Ccmh.kv, who Ihw been st tcndiiiK n normal colleo at Bowling (ireen, has returned homo. MichNannik Kkn.nkdy, of the West End, has hneu the nuent of Misses Glenn Hibh nnd Herniu Montgomery. Miss Kva Neat an an was on Tues day's train en route to visit her sister, Mrs. J, A. Unlilt'iiiAti in Louisville. Miss Mahik Waukkn, of Danville, re turned with her cousins, Misses Jennio and Marie Warren, and is now their KUPbL MissMamik DiAZi.r.v, who is making her home at Mr. 1'. 0. SniuUdgo'a In tho West Kml, has been tho uest of Mica Nannio Marrs. In descending tho Udder from tho lUi-hbuildiriK Monday, Mr. 0. K. Tato sprained his anklo bo severely that ho can hardly get about. l)n. John M. Williams' term of at the Ixmisville City Hospital hss expired and ho will travel for several weeks, after which ho will loroto permanently in Louisville for tho practice his profession. Mk. G. W, nnd those jolly y per-vi- co Stui-iikn- s od fellows, It. L. Martin, K KtiKiurera 1). Davo ltureisH, Keyer and Sherman J. Napper are here to prove that they don't owo Mr. Isaac Hamilton a cent for the bul'diuK of the hall ho is suing thotn for. Gait. J. W. Hoar, anil Flagman John Gorman are hero to testify that they did not tell Itev. It. U. SUmnoro to jump oir their train. He is filing for $5,000 damn H beeauso ho fell nnd got his ftce hurt when gettiucotrtho train upon which he Kot to seat his wife. A mono the Q. & C'h corps ol clevrr conductors, Cnpt. John A. Borden, stands Kriucntiul In n military school, ho baa tho hearing of a soldier nnd Is a very Chesterfield in politeness nnd urbanity. Ho is a lloylo county boy nnd married n Miss Woods, nieco of II. C anJ J F. Fnrris, of this community. t. CITY AND VICINITY. Kioiit top cornor of this pnge. m Xkw stock of sprinj; capes for ladies at Severance $1, A Fon's . Olivkk chilled plow points, three for at W. II. Wenren fc Co.'s. . . Fkhuy'b garden Beeds, Northern seed potatoes and onion sots nt MuKinnoy & Hocker's. Tiik New Orleans Minstrels aro ing this way aud will likuly appear hero tho latter part of this month. head- J. F. Gadiikkry Iish been appointed postmaster at Phil, Cnsoy county, vico Mrs. 0. E. Carson romoved. . Skk our elegant lino of panta. Over 700 paira just received. Sizeo 30 to 40 woist nnd 29 to 37 length. B. F. Joma & Son. LiTTLR riciisoNALs. .Mrs. Elijah Elmore has n lino girl and Mrs. Hollia Car. rier, of tho aamo noighborhood, hns an equally ns fine boy. You can leavo Cincinnati on Thursday evenings of each week by tho Queen Crescent and go to California for with sleeping car through, double t $:?0,-G- O, berth JG.M). Wb havo just received ono more lot thoso lino oamplo shoes, worth 53.50 per pair, to bo sold at tho Baiuo price, $1.08 Tula iB positively your last chanco for auch bargains. B. F. Jones & Son. Come boo our overcoats, roduced to IS.50; our mou's gossamer ahooa at $1.00; our full Btock brogan 1; our now Btock of boys' flhlrt waists; our now lino of Bpring wraps; our J. B. and P. D. Hughes Tato. cor-cot- Yot' want to know what it is. Then J. M. Abhlock, of this county, had his read tho right top corner of this page. hand badly mashed while coupling cars at Lebanon Junction yesterday. I am now receiving a full lino of soring suitings. Call and soo them. II. O. Hu- Tub local option election will occur in iuy. tho Crab Orchard precinct Just received a now and nice lot of Tho "drys" claim that they hnvo it alspring clothing for boya. Call and boo ready as good as won. S. II. Shanks. W..F. SncntDAN, chief train dispatchPiiintkic A good, reliable man can er, tells us that ho Is rodnclng the "overget a steady job by immedinto applica- time," that is the time allowed trainmen tion to the Intkiiioii JnuitNAL. for sido track and othor delays, to the minimum. Last month it was only 11 Jamkh Aiikamh, a spendid old darkey hours. So; far this month thero has and a prominent Odd Follow, died at been none, and if it remains so to the Ids homo in the Ball Hill section, Wed end, as Mr. Sheridan says it shall, Supt. nesday. W. P. Pike and Itoadmnnter F. M. Ana-lewill each owe him n tine box of ci- Will Find, it worthy colored man, died Wednesday of consumption. He and his wife together had '2'2 children, ma"trimo.almatters. 17 of whom Hre living. A Scott county young lady hnd to of I. W. Green nnd postpono her niarriago on account of Tiik liquor Joseph Cofloy expire next Monday if merwlos. they upo refused renewal. Thomas Richard Smith and Miss Mary E. will have a gold mine in that event Playforth were joined heart and hand at till May court. Mr. Martin Smiths', Wednesday. The courts have just for tho fith Tiik weather continues pleasant with time divorced John Davis from Mary warm showers that are causing the buds nnd grass to put on airs. Yesterday's Davis at Emporia, Kansas. They get dispatch said: Threatening, followed by mad with eHcli other, apply for divorce, get it and then remarry. Tho next time fair, warmer Friday. . they ought to bo Bentenced for life. Sam IlouT.n colored prohibition oraCicoro Murphy and Miss Mary Wator of Boney villi, will speak nt tho court- ters, both of tho Kingsville section, were house tonight at 7:30. His subject will married at tho Myers House Wednesday bo "Prohibition" and he will no doubt afternoon by Rev. W. R. Davidson. Mr. prove conclusively to his nudienco that John B. Smith nnd Mibs Ida Waters, siswhisky is a very had liquid to imbribo ter of the bride, accompanied them nnd too freely of. stood up with them during the ceremony. Upon direct assurance wo aro enabled The ago nt which n female may bo to state that the city council refused o connid'-r.-a woman and may consont to grant a renewal of license to any of tho marry now fixed by Inw at 12 years; is three applicants lu&t night, it having but petitions nre being Rent Ijpon decided by competent authority to the Legislature .to change from 12 to that tho boJy has that right under the 10. Few women are old enough nt 2o new charter. and Bomo aro not old enough nt 40 if It appears like n great travesty on jus- we judge by the matches they make. tice for one negro to getpuly. two years Louisville Post. Dr. Harry Moore, of Lexington, and for a premeditate! nnd malicious killing Miss Sue Payne, of Elizabothtown, were and another three years for stealing n few dollnrs, but that's what the juriesdid married in tho Myers Houao parlors here this week. They went porhaps on at 0:30 Monday evening by Eld. W. E. tho idea than money is more valuable Ellis. Both of the contracting parties were visiting friends at Danville and than the lives of mean negroes. . when they started out for n drivo that Kastku comes within throe dava of ra afternoon they little thought that they early as it can this year March '2Sih. It would return husband nnd wife. They will not fall on that day again till 1051, were old friends though, and as they and the ladies who want to show their drove along tho pike toward Huston-villspring hats are glnd of it. Unices tho Cupid's dart Boomed to pierce the apring time comes, gentle Annie, much heart of each and when tho little city in sooner than its wont, there'll be no the West End waa reached tho happy spring hats displayed on the approach- couple had perfected their mntrimoninl ing Easter. planB. Messrs. J. B. Cook nnd W. D. Wk feol to compliment I'oatmaater J. Weatherford, old frienda of Dr. Moore, W. Rout and his excellent assistant, Miss were apprised of his intentions nnd they Sue Itout, for the satisfactory manner readily agreed to como with them to they nre conducting the postolllce. Tho Stanford and nssist in having the knot morning malls aro now open by 7:30 a. tied, which wna dono as above stated. m. nnd all the others at the proper time, Dr. and Mrs. Moore apont thonightnt the Tho demaud for lock boxes has increas- Myera Houso and left on tho following ed so largely that Mr. Kout will add '20 day for Danville and thence to The bride is tho pretty nnd more to the -- 0 he added when be took accomplished sister of Mrs. JooS. Grimes charge. and is n most elegant young lady while TiiKolllceraof Waynesburg Precinct, the groom is n rising young physician No. 2, (Kingsville,) failed to Bigu tho re- and u splendid gentleman. turns sent in and as n consequenco the "DEATH'S DOINCST ollicial count of the primary of Saturday was postponed until the papers could Groom Taylor, n prominent demobo duly slgnod. Chairman It. It. Gencrat nnd politicinu.of Jessamine county, try has set Monday next to count tho is dead. vote and asks the members of tho counHorace S. Brown, formerly city edty committfb to be present on that day. itor of the Louisville Commercial, died It begins to look like "Tiie Rum Sa- Tuesday of heart eisease. Mrs. Mary Heminway, tho wealthloon Must Go." Well let it go, only don't let us jump from the frying pan into tho iest woman of Boston, died Tuesday (Ire ns it would hu if wo transfer the Bale leaving an estate said to bo worth ol liquors from the saloon to the back Robert E. Lee, son of tho ConfederProhibition can be made to proate general, was married yesterday to hibit if those who aro so enthusiastic before tho election, will bo ns earnest in Miss Julietto Carter, n distant cousin, at their endeavom to punish violators of tho Washington. Miss Ida Elmore Symmes aud Mr. law afterwards. The voting out of tho liquor trutllc is n very sliort step in tho Charles Robert Coats were married nt right direction. Tho warfare against the Louisville. Mr. Coata is an Englishman ovil must bo waged without ceasing and by birth. Miss Symmes waa secretary no quarter shown to "blind tigerd," of the Woman's Board of Managers of tho World'B Fair. "speak easjB" or other offenders. .. Tho "Danbury News Man," Jamca Tub jury in the case of Kd Welch for M. Bailey, is dead. A quarter of n cenfor tho murder of John Chadwell, anoth tury ago his wit nnd humor made the er nogro, let him oil with two years in world laugh, but he dropped out 10 tho penitentiary, nnd another jury im- years since nnd his death is the only remediately afterwards gave Green Hyatt minder that he ever lived. tbroo years for tapping tho Carpenter Russell Dollins, aged 17, died at Houao till and securing $'20A0, just 30 his homo nenr May wood Monday night centa over the amount necessary to mako after a long illness of typhoid fover. Ho tho act a felony. John Dishon wna was a sonJofMr. nnd Mra. Win. Dollins of hog slenling, nnd Wm. King nnd wna n splendid young mnn. Ilia resentenced to 30 dnya in jail, tho value of mains wero laid to rest in the burying tho hoir stolen being undor $4. Tiusloy ground ntJMr. J. C. Hill's, after a funerMershon waa fined $75 for. malicious al discourao by Rev. A. V. Sizemore. Ho shot at Babo Hansford Little MiiL'gio Green, tho Bweet little and struck Smith Embry. Among tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Green, indictments returnod aro two ngainst tho has gone to join tho angels, nftcr n life L. &. N. for obstructing tho public high- of sickness nnd Buffering. Tho immediway more than 30 minutes. John Tray-lo- r ate cause of her death was inflammatory for tho cutting of his brother, Alex, rheumatism, which attacked her heart waa indicted for maliciona wounding. causing thojend to como nt 11 o'clock Mack Moore was indictod in a number of yesterday. Sho wna n bright nnd pretty caaea for assault, carrying concealed child with Bweot nnd winning ways, nnd weapons nnd brench of tho peace. J. wna idolized by her fond pareuta, who W. Jamca for violating tho liquor lnwa in their borenyemout havo tho sympacatches it in n number of enses. thy of many frionda. Tho burial will Tho case of Jim Banks for tho murder occur in Butlalo Cemetery nt 2 o'clock to of Jim Middleton will bo called day, aftorn Bhort Borvico at tho grave. Tho evidence is ontirely circumstantial. Tho term of.'court ends by limitation toJohn King and Matt Spolley, of Comorrow evening, lumbia, O., havo bought of J. D. Creigh-toTho trial of tho caao in which of Fnyotte, tho stallion, Junemont, John Spratt nnd Bonoy Adams 2:14, by Tromont, dam by Jack Itoaey, seek to havo a committeo appointed for for $7,000. their mother, Mrs. Lucy Eads, who reTho Mercer county Fair Association cently drow '.arrearage of pension of has been reorganized with Capt. T. B. claiming Jthnt she is not capablo of Thompson president, L. M. ltuo treaa-uro- r managing bo much money, has occupied and T. M. Cardwell aecretary. The tho court for two days. Tho old lady directory is composed of prominont hnd already gotton away with over $400 horsemen from all over tho Blue-graof the money. circuit. m m THE CENERAL ASSEMBLY. Thero will ho no ritato School of reform for nwhllo Bt least. Tho Legislature has shelved it. Thero havo been 09 additions to tho vnrioua churchea ns tho result of the union revival nt Fnlmouth. Tho governor has npproved tho bill increasing the ealnries of the judges of the court of appeals to $5,000. Tho two Houses can not agroo on tho abolition of tho board ol equalization and tho present arrangement will Btand. HAVE YOU ASKED ABOUT IT , We mean the elegant, varied and complete line of y Hi-en-s Dal-to- n Senator Gross' bill to repeal tho pri mary election law passed tho Senato 10 to 12, but ns it is Speaker Carroll's pet measure it will hnrdly go through tho House. The democr'ata in the 0th will hold a convention to nominate n enndidato to succeed Congressman Paynter. A dispatch says Itolla K. Hart will bo nominated. Tho cfTort to pass tho bill permitting tniBteeaof the jury fund to anticipate their demands by drawing on tho treasury, over Gov. Brown's veto, proved nbortive. NKW ADVEHTISEM JLVW. Watehes, Clocks, Jewelry- & Silverware -- i . n n o That- Dank - THE uuLUolGL arti- - Is now showing. STLowcst prices, courteous attention, and we guarantee every clc sold. We are " News For The Ladies Hustling For Your Trade. I Don't wou want to give it tc us ? of your patronage and will guarantee saturation in every reipect. All orders before that date will be gladly received by Mr. Duddcrar. MlhS JENNIi; CUNNINGHAM, " of Loulivllle K 3-- I have rented the lewing rnomcfMrn. Kate Dud derar i Millinery Store, and will be rmdy to nerve the public alter March 13th. 1 ask a liberal thare We know you will w6cn you sec our stock, so we INVITE YOU TO CALL. . i .4 ', CONDITION OK TUB FARMERS BANK At the close of buniae, & TRUST CO. Red Hot Shots ! From our Dress Goods Department. A 50 inch Black Surah Cloth at oS cents. A 46 inch Fine Black Henrietta at 75 cents. " AT STANFORD, Fob. iS, 191. H ij i i LtAHILITlKS. Capital itrtck paid In, in cash Jaoo.oeo m Surplus and undivided profits 24,120)9 lne to Uanl ffilfi j Deposits subject to check, (on which loterelt li not paid) . in,,7 M KKSOURCBS. S"'' '3 A 46 inch Fine Black Henrietta at 50 cents. A 46 inch Fine Black Serge at only 50 cents. u. ? ni !i la,h Loans and Discounts ..$201,515 76 Duo from other Rank ja Banking house, furniture and fiatures... 6,300 00 Current expenses 30I 4 i4 11,911 Overdrafts 31 Our Line of Novelty Dress 7So 00 Patterns I, John It Owsley do swear that the above statement It true to the best of my knmvledi-oan- d belief. J. it. OWtXEY, Cashier. Swornto before me by J. II. Owsley, this Mar. W. M. llRlOHT, .V. 1'. L. C. 5. '&.H- - 5.t47."SS 3 Is Unsurpassed. Neat Effects in small figures and checks are the rect styles for Spring. We have them and at cor- a;3. REPORT OP TUB CONDITION PBIOES TO SUIT yOTT ? m M ;i THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, In the State of Kentucky, at the close of business Feb. j8, 1894. AT STANFORD, SEVERANCE & SON. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $271,906 24 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 4,511 50 U. S.Honds to secure Circulation 50,000 00 Stocks, securities, claims, etc 4,329 02 Hanktng-hous- c, furniture and fixtures, 9,150 00 Due from National Hanks 8,877 35 Due from State Hanks and Hankers...... 576 06 Due from approved reserve agents Moj 92 Checks and other cash items s,g6$ 17 Notes ot other Nat. Banks 3,3251x1 Fractional paper currency, nickels and 1,581 88 Eliza-bethto- "BEAUTIFUL SPRING TIME! Nestling at the doors of our homes is the beautiful season of Spring. We must prepare our children and ourselves its balmy breezes in the open air. We are in good condition to furnish raiment for the body, shoes for the feet and coverings for the head. See our m m Specie Legal tender notes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 5 per cent, of circulation- - 6,oj6 $0 3,s6 00 Spring & inghama.Satoonc:. Sergei a, 2,250 00 $J79,86o 64 ? ! TouI LIAIIILITIKS. $15,-000,00- 0. s. Capital stock $00,000 00 Surplus fund 21,900 00 Undivided profits ;i 05 National Hank Notes outstanding 45.x 00 Due to other National Hanks 450 3J Individual deposits subfsct to check..... 96,16) 60 Time Certificates of S,ooo 00 Cashier's checks outstanding ... 5 07 Notes and bills redisceunted 1,003 00 I)ptlt Nuns Veiling. Javanaise Cloth, Tela-VelDucks and every new weave and color in Dress Goods. Lancaster Checks and Fancy Ginghams at 5c, a beautiful line of Dress Ginghams from 8 lx to. 25c, regular bordered apron ginghams at 10c. A lot of French Satteen Comforts at $2, worth $3. A lot of Blankets at half price, and all of our $12.50 and $15 Overcoats now reduced to $S.5o. A good whole stock Percales, Henriettas, 'a l4 Total ; $379,8o 64 Fine Brogan Shoe At $1. Our ladies' shoe stock is in good shape and and we defy competition in price and quality. Remember our mens' boy's and youths' clothing In this line we have a lot of odd coats and vest at almost your own price, When in the city shopping don't fail to come and examine. No trouble to show goods. STATK OF KKNTUCKY, County of Lincoln, I, John J. McRoberts, cashier of abo ve named Hank, do solemnly swtur that that the above statement is true to the best of mv knowledge and bo lief. JOHN J McUOHKRTS. Cashier. Subscribed andsuorn to before me this 7 day of Mar , 184 O. II. COOI'KR, C. L. C. C. " A good boys' lace Kip shoe at $i. i J. S. Hockbk, ) J. W. IIaydkn, t Directors. S. T. Harris, J REPORT OP THE CONDITION THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE. In the Stato of Kentucky, nt tho closo of business Feb. 28, 1844. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts fi7.9'5 2$ Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 1,327 95 12,50300 U.S. Honds to secure circulation 1,500 co Furnlturoand Fixtures 3,518 53 Due Irom National Dank Dne from Stato Hanks and Hankers 1,757 86 Due from approved reserve agents 7i?3 5 Checks and other cash items 93 50 Notes of other Nat. Hanks. 3,720 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and 20 45 cents 10,815 co Specie Legal tender notes 1,000 co Redemption fund with U. S, Treasurer 562 50 5 per cent, of circulation HUGHES & TATE. NEW .TOOK. I have about completed my stock of goods which is composed of Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Queens-ware- , Iron "Wagon Material, Plows, Salt, Lime, Cement, &c, all bought at the lowest CASH PRICE, and having no old stock to carry, I am able to give prices that will be TO YOTCJM INTllHMJEigJTo W. H. HIGGINS. I To Investivate. Appreciating the favors shown me heretofore I again ask a share of your patronage. Respectfully, Bhnnie Weaken, Clerk. Total. LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits National Bank notes outstanding Due to other Natioual Hanks. Individual deposits subject to check Total :. $161,904 54 to-da- $53,000 00 19,500 00 979 95 n.'jo 00 n, Mes-dam- 33 46 0,231 3 4l$li994 54 $1',-40- 0, I, J. W. Ilockcr, Cashier of tho above named Hank, do solemnly swear that the abovo statement Is true to the bust of my knowledge and belief. J. V. HOCKEK, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day ol Mar., 1894. J. H. IIOCKKR, N. P. L. C. ") D. S. JOIIMSOH, v Directors. T. J. KoutNSON, iSmmim 'la Receiving Els ss SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. call. II. liKOWN, J Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me wumx LJ2fiteMikJL 'lPi'V '- - MEvy-'is.-- j r Jfci. vt SmXr1 -- fJByW ! JfTinffft HfttH "fimVH gftyyrW''''' Wf- 4 Semi-Weekly Interior Journai AT Published Every TuoSday and Friday $3 -- 3?ICR Y1CAK IT3" ADVANCH3 j'TSZOu.- - When not so paid S'A.oO will be charged." T! )j"K-- r '- BRIDLE AND HALTER. K.C. (at 5:10 p. m. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a. m., A Ilrldle Tlint Mnkrs tlio Horse Helium Himself. Tlio nr Train itaves Rowland at returning L.&N. Mail LOCAL TIME CARD. . 137 Pn trim going North 113pm South...MM........... ' " - n si pm Express train " South ................. .3Mn "f " Norths 9 36 a m Lseal Freight North........ . .. ..207P m SOUt ' H illustration shows Professor Os-rOlcason's fainont Eureka bridle, Wo copy it fiom Joviswl by himself. bis book on "How to Elucte Horses." Nothing moro vnluabln than this biidlo wns ever invented to muko a ro- 11. The Utter trains alio carry patsengert The above it calculated on standard time. Solar ime it about ao minutes filter. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Ves-tlbu- Ml Going North train pass Junction City as foVestibule Marts6a. m. Limited 3 p. m. Local u Si P- - ra P'O'ida Limited S'4. a m South-- N. O. Vestibule 11.35 P- - m.FIo"da s Limited 11 p m Loctl 1.11 p. .m. Veitibule arrives 8:40 p. m. llows: Blue-Grass Blue-Gra- MSBmm HCREK.V BRIDLE, I w n V' Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Original Jellico Try it. I' ft but strong pieco of cord 10 feet long of nn inch in dinmeter, HI001SS and with a alipnoosoon ono end. To put on tho samo first slip tho nooso around the A. S. neck, pass it through tho mouth over SURGEON DENTIST. tho tongue, from tho off side, then Office over McRoberts Drug Store la tho new through tho nooso on tho near side and Owsley Building. pull forward firmly, nest over tho bead Stanford. just behind tho ears, from tho near sldo, then under upper lip, obovo uppor jaw XAJK&TCESIJS from off side, pass through second cord and fasten firmly in bow knot." Glo-so- n tells uj this bridlo will make a horse stand quietly wbilo ho is getting shod, g RnrrosiwT,v2?pAoto Treatment, consisting o harnessed or curried or whilo ho is FUrrOSITOIlLiS, Capjnlea of Ointment and two for soro eyes or having a treated lkaeeof Ointment. A Cure formes It mnEea an operation aurglcHl operation i'or formed on him. Sh hT,h?&atViro J?JecUoas of carbollo acid, which Tlio nest pieturo shows a convenient SJJKlSjJ1?- "f0111 Permanent cure, nnj often death, unnecessary. Why endure ropo halter as given in Tho American "a8e? We only pay for Agriculturist. It can bo used for cows case. You received, fin benefits !JSuro ?nv box, for 13 by moU. owaolo uud calves as well as for horses. Guarantees Issued by our agent. Tho Agriculturist describes tho haltor CONSTIPATION tbogroat LIVER and STOllioiFiaULATOlt and as follow: BlOODrUKlFlEI- '- Smnn, mild and pleasant to A small sized bnt firmly woven ropo lak, especially adapted for chlldrwi'iiuso, CODoses is fashioned as indicated in tho sketch, B cents. GUARANTEES Issued only by tho loop for tho noso being bo--c Ky. A. R. PENNY, u r 0 d by n "squaro" knot ..IF VOU ARE GOING and all other "joints" by a or wiro THE . wound about A WATTS. ouo-oighth We are tho sole agents Rowland. Office corner ot Depot street tiino without fractory borso como Coal. hurting him. Olcnson towrites of it: tor Stanford .and "Tho bridlo la composed of n sin nil and M PRICE, Senator Stanford' story. to tell Tho late Senator Stanford n good story to illu.- - rule tht wearinoss lie felt nt tho i'tciiij.1 prolongation of debate on the tan IT. "Wo had,," lw Mid, "a Qnnker neighup rfo!:g tho bor when I w n a Btony hills of Albany county, N. Y., and ho kept everything in apple pie onler IIU prido was his around his plu-stono bam, nest to thai his hnuKo and othor smaller Imildintfa, mid then his sploudid stone walla around every lot on tho farm, which was a largo one. All this ntono came off his placo. Every spring his boy were pnt to work eat ly with the cattle and tho stoneboat hauling rock either for fence or for homo building. Ono year tho old fellow decided to build now and larger hpring-hous- c for life milk, and tlio boys and cattlo wont to work hauling Mono for it. "Ono day Cephas, tlio oldest boy, came in to say that they'd got btono enough hauled for tho new sprimjliouso. "Tho old man put on his hat and went out to see. " 'Theo thinks that is enough, Cephas? ho said ns his gray eycn slowly wandered over the huge pilo of rocks the boys had got together. " 'Yos, father,' said Cephas. " 'Well, my eon,' replied tho old man, theo is mistaken. Theo has not anything liko enough. I'll tell theo how to know when theo hna enough stone for any building.' "Tho boys nil gathered nrouud him. " 'It is this way, my lads: Theo must haul and haul until theo thinks theo has twico ns many its theo thinks enough. Then theo should turn to and haul as many more. Then theo may know whoro theo stands. Theo will then havo just half enough stono hauled for tho buildiug.' " Washington Star. ul What Ministers Say About tho Elcctropqisc. Editorial from Central Methodist, Catlettsuurg, "Unlrss trn thouKy., Rev. 7, Meelc Kdltor sand rneu.maluly professional men. lawyeia doctors, editors, preacher, and all clssse. Including the writer, are ery much minaVcn, tho Eleo tropoie etfects cures, gives rtllef where all olher remedies have failed, especially is It efficacious in delicate, feeble women "With Itev, W. W. Bruce, Hustonille, Ky the Klectropoue I havo cured a bad case of opiuni habit in less than two month's tmie ( the patient now has no desire for the drug " kins Rev John I Rogers, Danville Ky.:-"- A woman of mine who was apparently rspidlr sinkrheumaing Into the grave, suffering with acialic tism, In extreme pun night aud day, In a ery all pain, walks short time obtained Irccdom lr-without crutch or cane and declares that she is me, almost a mirale." well It Is a mystery to Rev W. K. Wyatt, Morning View, Ky.: "I began to improve from the first application ol the 'wondcr-wotk'ti- g gem,' my general health Is bet ter than It lias been 111 jiars. I believe it to be a God given remedy " Rev. Robt. M, Barrett, Baptist Ky "1 gladly add my testimonial to that Hetldet oi many witnesses for the Electropolse. other setious troubles I hao cured a severe attack of trrip in one night's treatment." "tnone RRcr (co. H. Means, Covington, Ky.; of brain night's time the Klectropoise relieved me My wife was relieved of a congestion and crtigo. severe attack of neuralgia in one horn " 'Address DuBois & Webb, Norton Block, corner Fourth and JetTtrsonSts , Louisville, Ky, Lou-isill- e, Fruit Trees For Sale ! XTOTICE I some ly o I would like to exchange At our Trull Farms and NursenM one mile W est of Kingsvlllo, Lincoln county. We have at fine a In stock of Fruit Trees at any roan ever handled, ready lor transplanting nto orchard and garden Improved or un proved, lor some this Kail Orcbsrus of Apples and Peaches will and saddle or harness lior.tw be assorted to suit customers at J10 per hundred et-- tf T. CHHSTNUT, The trees nie nlte, the varieties the best. Kvery-thitneeded ta make home attractive and the children hippy will bo found here lor circulars 1). address J. A. .MiKKK & CO., Ky. KlngniUe, 64 nll stand ol J. At the Roal Estato Corbln, Ky., good Stallions ig Cerbin, Ky S. CARPENTER, B. Green, well-know- in XTow Moat Sliop. first-cla- ss Hustonvillo, - - Kentucky, Wc have opened on Depot Street a Butcher Shop, where wc will keep at all times the best meats that the country atfordt. Wo will handle uolhing but tho beat and will 11 SEXL, FOR CASH ONLY, At wo can not keep books. Oar customers will be served In the best style . nd we solicit the patronage of the public We also buy good corn fed cattle and hogs. ANDERSON CARR A CO , Manford, Ky, 88 jm Has just received an excellent addition to hit sto k of Furniture and isrdmlly invites you t1 all and examine tt. lie is also agent (or the Oilier Chilled aud Silver Steel Plows as well at repslrt lor tame No plows slsnd higher In the cstima tlon of tho public than Iheso. His stock ol harness and saddles Is larger thin ever. Has also added a line of Buggies, Surreys and Stoves. Black Smith Mien for rent, looted on College, and Main Streets, lluttonville. Best located shop in the west end of Lincoln co. Good iiuilh can set all the work lie is looking for. Apply to ma In Hustonville, only one smith in town 1). S. CARPENTER. NOTICE I THE F. RILEY U. HOUSE Kontuoky. 1 he best salve In the world lor cuts, bruises Mr William Landgrafi's employment as my the Swiss and for the tetter, sots, ulcers, salt rheum, fever soies,all skin chap- agentColony sale of lands inLincoln county, GerKy., erup man ped hands, chilblains, corns and at Ollenheiiu, tioni and positively cures piles, or no payrequir has ceased and MK WM 1IUSKR It now my ed. It is guaranteed to giv perfect satisfaction agent Iherelor until such agcniy thall be revoked Price 1$ cents per bot, All legal matters concerning the pun haseand sale or money refunded of such lands will be attended to hy W II Miller, Kortalr by A K. Penny, Sunlord, Ky. Buditn'a Arnica Salvo. niLBY.IProprlotor, London, - - ood Livery attached aud every convenience desired. Give me a call. THANK. RIL1Y, 77 I have moved la my new Hotetland am better than ever to accommodate the public, Something to Eat Tomatoes, Succotash, Early June Peas, French Peas, Th.o 3Tlorono Hotel, Prop. JELLICO TENNESSEE, L- Groceries, MMER Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, pre-ciso- ly fiamjp I; novor-fallln- Itm11at CUT? 13 '"' g G bo-in- JA,.8-IeIJLlb,a m-e- . Stanford, 3NTORTH WEST. tightly Tho I I LOUKVILLC 4, NASHVILLE R. R. wmmmmmmmm--m 1 I I throat latch is se- thorn. Is the line for you, as iu Double Dally Trains Make close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. cured by 3 snap and small ring. This baiter is mado wholly from ono pioco of rope, except the throat latch and tho part passing over tho top of tho head, which aro made from Abscntinlnilcil. Ono peculiarity of Sheridan Knowles, the clover Irishman, was his abscntmind-edness- . At ono tiino ho mailed n largo sum of money to his wife iu bank notes aud discovered a week afterward that tho letter had uovor reached her. In a towering rage, ho wrote to the postmaster general and was informed that tho notes wero qnito Bafo in tho dead lotter office, for Knowles had not only omitted to address tho euvolope, but had neither signed his name to tho letter nor inclosed his address. Ho was always bluuderlng over tho identity of two friends, Mark Lemon and Lemon Rede, and not only confounded their names, but thoir icrsons. Ono day ho met tho pair arm in arm and was moro erplexed than ever. "Well, now, I'm bothered entirely!" ho exclaimed in his choicest broguo. "Como, ono of yon tell mo which of you two is tho other?" In tho days of dear postngo Knowles was contemplating a journoy and asked a friend if ho could tako uuy letters for him. "Yon aro very kind," said the latter, "but whero oro you going?" "Well, now," replied Knowles, "that's inquisitive I havon't quite made up my mindl" Youth'B Companion. A Slinmeful Accident- - Corn, String Beans, Dealer In Gibbs small Peas Baked S Potatoes Apricots, Pears, Sliced Pineapple, Peaches, Goods, . Grat'd Pineapple, Oysters, White Cherries, Red Cherries, &o. Gr.gauger plums Clov'r leaf salmon Roast Uccf, Mushroons, Chipped Beef, Desires to thank you for your paTongue, Ox Deviled Ham, Potted Ham, tronage during the year which is Amcr. Sardines, Mackerel, almost gone and asks a continuMustard Sardines. Goods in Stock. ance during the coming year. The best hotel In the city and the only one with a sample room for drummers hspecia attention to the traveling public Rates j, 3J-o- THE OLD Candies, JACKSOIT HOUSE, SAM B Fancy WARNACK.Pror. London, - - KENTUCKY. Fruits, Refitted and refurnithr.1 and in everr way prepared la attend the wants of the public Rates very reasonable 5. 6m TO THE LADIES. Having secured the services ol Mist Msttie Allen from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this teain, I cordially Invite the ladies to Inspect a carefully selectwl stock ol Millinery at prices to suit the time The ladles are invited to ten my nice, new line ol Stamped Linen and Embroidery Msterlal MISSLICCIK IICAZLhY, Stanford, Ky. Heinz' Preserves, Chili Sauce, Pepper Sauce, Olives, Tomato Catsup, Celery Sauce, Mustard dressing, White Onions, When Hungry try one of his Commercial McKlNNEV, KY. I Hotel, Hotel stale-Kinne- y 25 CTS MEALS hsvs bought above mentioned and havt attached a New stock of Canned goods, ever)' can guaranteed. Chrystalizcd And you will certainly go back Pic Preparation, Vanlloutens Coand try him again. coa and Atmore's Plum Pudding. First-Cla- ss Bar and Pool Room. Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and am better than ever Prepared to Accommodato the Public. Hpecisl attention to Commercial Men. McKINNEY & HOOKER. ELECTION NOTICE. LINCOLN CC UNTV COURT. Regular Term, Jan'y 8, lS04 1 Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, Ky. Practical 0ARPET WEAVER, Has lately purchased the celebrated line Livery and Teed Stable attached. P. W, GREEN. Proprietor. JKS.S ROUT, Minarer. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. KICK. Agent. Stanford, Ky Or W. W. PENN. Trav. Pass. Asreut. Junction City, Ky Joan B. Caitlemaa. A. G. Lanham ROYAL RsuraRce Company OF LIVERPOOL. Ono end of tho ropo is spliced in- ROrE nALTEIJ. to no 0ff s,j0 of tho noso pioco, and tho other by eonio extra knota, not shown in tho illustration, is carried to tho middloof tho back picco behind tho chin, from which point it pulls evenly and is used as n tioor leading strap. Tho ropo nsed should bo Boft, 60 that it will not chafo tho Bkin, and should bo of n kind which does not change its length very much by getting wet nnd then drying, aa it may in vari-ubl- o weather. A another pieoe. .ril'l J a.2- - ,M&ir H Ileef Cattle In the A fancy lot of yearling Hereford cattle, weighing COO pounds each, were sold recently in Omaha for 3.75 per - hundredweight. There is moro money MANAGERS, in feeding such n lot nt this prico than Oainjiarca Building, Louisville thero is in feeding scrub cattlo that como cheaper. There is also moro Agents throughout the South, JC3.2EI money for the grower of such young stock. Thero has been great improveW. A. TRIBBLE, Local Afjont, ment in some o !ho herds on the plains by tho introduction of new blood, though STANF JRD, KY. tho best breeding does not give tho best results it is capable of whilo stock is left unsheltered in winter and left to hustlo for itself in such shelter as it can find. Tho nativo stock does best for that, as fowor uro lost by sovoro winters. A Tested Remedy Ci But whon tho ranchman given placo to For AU tho farmer and winter shelter with corn and other feed is provided tho Short-borHeieford and Uolstein cattlo will como to tho front. Holstelna are tho best mllkors, but they ure also excelreliable cure for Contagloui lent for beef, thoir largo sizo and good T Blood Poiion, Inherited Sero- digestivo capacities making them lay fula and Skin Cancer. on flesh and fat rapidly when thoy aro Asa tonic for delicate Women not giving milk. Field and Farm. 5J and Children It has no equal. Vest. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN Cholly (in diro confusion) Oh, Dolly, call a cab, quick! I'm mortified nearly to death. Tho ferrulo camo off my cane wight lioro in this publio thoroughfaro! Puck. what can bo tho mattah? Dolly Aw. Cholly, me deah fellah, 3ssssssssS S S Swiff's Specific I Blood and Skin s s Diseases SA O S S a S SA Ci Being purely vegetable, la less In Its effects. harm- - w treatise on Blood and ffkin Dls- mailed kbkk on application. C O JJruuoi't Sell It. ssssssss uu., omri orcuinu Go.' Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ml if I FOR A CLEAN Sliave, Stylish Hair Cut, Or a Nice, Refreshing Bath Go to Jefiia Thompson's Barber Shop Laun- He is also 'agent for the Lexington Stean. dry Ibe Best in the Country. Lucie of Intercut. A Yankoo with somo gift for bragging ob well as for getting out of a corner was talking to an Englishman. "Wocim lick you right hinart," ho Baid. "We've nllus dono it, an wo can do it again. At Lexington, Concord, Saratoga, Bnnker Hill an lots of those places wo jest gave you fits." "Yes," said tho Englishman, "I do remember those places, but then there was tho battlo of White Plains. We rather beat you there." "Well, you did," admitted tho Yankee. "I forgot all about that. I shouldn't havo thought of it if you hadn't 'a' spoke of it. But then, you seo, nt that battle tho Americans somehow didn't soom to tako any interest in the fight." Exchange. Together. Soiinrate l'ncers nnd Trotters. Excited Stwrtsman (to farmer) Say, Thero is nothing to be said In favor did you aeo a bird full nuyVhore about of making trottens compete with pacers here? I shot at ono just now and saw or pacers with trotters, as tho case may tho feathers fly. bo. Tho pacers uoed no help, and it is Farmer No, I ain't seen nothin of It. now in order for oach association offerI guess when tho feathers flow tho bird ing prizes for tho national harness horso flew with 'em. Texas Siftings. to divldo the original class into two sections. It would be much more reasonGenerosity uud Thrift. able to make tho different coach breeds "I tell you the generosity of mon liko competo together, and yet fair managers Deacon Lumbaking is an illustration of vie with oach other in providing special the social economy of wealth!" and separate classes for tho bigh step"Yes, indeed. Ho gave fo.OOO toward pers, throwing tho pacers and trotters building a now church aud sold the; Into a coufusod conglomeration from building committer $13,000 of material." which order cannot bo evolved without Detroit Tribune. nnduo stress being laid upon the possesTho Cloer Chihl. sion of one or other gait. Horseman. Teacher Tell mo the namo of a small animal. About llnntlnsj Doss. Child A little worm. Don't expect your dog to bo smarter Teacher The uauio of somo othei than you are. If you buy a hunter and keep him on a chuin or allow him to small animal? Child Another Httlo worm. Hallo. run tho streets of n city for six months or a year and then tako him ont afield, It Couldn't lime Hurt Him Much. and ho does not do brilliant work tho "Ynas," said Cholly. "They were first day, don't misuso him. If you did not work at your trado or attend to afwaid I was going to havo bwain fevah, your usual business for a year, could doncherknow." "Oh, is that all?" said Miss Smart. "I you start rigtit in uud do as well as when you wtro iu practice? Well, 1 understood that you had just escaped a New York Press. serious Ulnes.-.guebs not t runciers' Review. n, Loom, Lincoln County Court on the jlh day oi Janiiary. Nowcomb 1S04, signed by a number of legal voters of the an And It prepared to do all kinds or Carpel and Rug Hustonvtlle Magisterial 'District asking that order be made calling an election to be held in Weaving. Fancy weaving on Shawls, Muffisn, said precinct on the 14th day of March, 1804, to Ktc Call and examine my work. I guarantee s work at low prices. take the sense of the legal voters of ssld precinct, who srequahfied to vote at an election for county officers, upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, barFrancisco. tered or loaned tnereln, same to apply to DRLG-GISexcept upon sales for sacramental purposes, said petition coming on for hearing on the Sth day of January, 1894. It being the first day of the regular term of the Lincoln County Court, and It appearing that the legal voters of said precinct signing said petition represent more than 15 per -- VIAcent, of tho votes cast in said precinct at the last the .n.f.l.l.ntnn. mil mil the renuiremcnts of that law having been complied with; It it ordered T.VM an election beheld in the Hustonville Magisterial Precinct on the 14th day of March, 1&94, between the houis of 7 a. m. and 4 p m for the purpoieof taking the sense ol the legal voters or said precinct, who are qualified to ote at elecd)il0U!SVItlt NtwAlOf I CHICAGO RjU tions for county officers, upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors or loaned therein, the same shall be sold, bartered to apply to DRUoGlSTS, except upon sales for sacramental purposes, the result of ssid election lobe certified to and returned as required by law OARS. Iu elections for county officers. 1SVILLE lollowing officers are appointed l"l0Jd ONLY LINE PROM LOl The said election: Voting Precinct No. 1. r. II Robinson and II. R. CamnlU, Judges; J. P. RUNNING DINING - CARS. otmg D Mocker. Sheriff. Goode, Clerk, Precint No s: J. T. Rose and W. 1). Weather-ford- . WRIli: no Judges, L. 11 Adams, Clerk, 1. T Ilohoti, J. T Martin E. H.BACON, D P A.. K J.RLKIi.G PA Sheriir. Voting Precinct No. andC. L Crow, Judges, E. J. Tanner, Clerk, A. Louisville, Ky. Ink ago, 111. O Coffey, Shcrif), f.EO n.COOPFR, A copy. Attest: Denver. St. Clerk Lincoln County A petition having been filed before the ludgw of THE GOFFEY HOUSE il'ANrORD, KY Fly Shuttle flrst-clat- S6-j- JOSEPH COFFEV, Pro'r. This Hold, renovated and refurnished, Is now la my charge and I intend to conduct it so as ta not only maintain its high reputation, but to add to its long list ol friends. Special accommodations for commercial travelers and fioo rooms, for Ihtdltploy of ssmples. Tt San Portland. A World's Fair Kccord. h CHICAGO l lAIFIrst'Class Saloon Aid BILLIARD and POOLROOMS attached J7-JOSEPH COI'FUY. II iuuiayuffi waK, W H.MILLER. J H.SOWDER. MILLER & SOWDER, PTJLLMANSAND PARLOR REAL STANFORD, -:- - ESTATE KENTUCKY. Doalora and Brokors. Office Interior Journal Building. j PROPERTY FOR SAL,. and finely imprvvcu. 1. Fine Blue Grass Farm oi Jjjtf acres on pike OlTered Paul. s. Farm of loo acies, finely Improved. at low price. STORE. NEW CASH STREET. MAIN ON EAST JM state 4. Flue Blue Grass Farm, of tot acres, In high of cultivation, well improve J; ulfcrcd low Blue-gras- 7. Blue Grass Farm of ijj acres, on pile, two s miles from Stanloid; good land, low price and on easy terms. You can save money by examining myncw stock of goods and ing Cash for pay- Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes.Hardware, Tinware, &c. You are 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 SMALL PROFIT FOR CASH. Call and see me, look through my stock and you will agrcec that you can save money by trading with me. J. C. FLORENCE. DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. The Drug-Stor- 8 to Town lots in Stanford In arcat to tuit purchasers. acre fine farm witit eice lenj 17. Ninety-thre- e mill, dwelling and other Improvements, on pike, miles from blaulord. 4 14 Large blue grass farm, capable of division Into smaller farms Desirable In every particular. Offered low and on easy terms y 6. Good frame building; well finished on Main street, in Eastern part of btanfoad 1$ feet front, loo back. Will sell at a bargain ao Small farm ot 3o acres, t miles Irom Stanfcrd well Improved, at a bargain. 31. Farm of ro acres on Hanging Fork, near Turnersville Fine Blue grassland, fronts on pike, with good Improvements and nice young orchard. Pricolow, and cottage, nicely and 31, Hotel, conveniently located, near depot In London, Ky rooms in dwelling, four looms in cottage, Nine btore houte of 3 rcon.t All new buildings Also good barn. Lot aoo x 300 feel. Fine location for store and hotel. Will sill cheap an tones y terms. 33. Dwelling on Lancaster St , North of railroad. Sia looms and storehouse Good cistern, barn and all necessary outbuildings Beautiful location. Lot with frontage ijoxjuo Iret, Terms reasonable. 34. Cottage with j rooms: good cistern, Nice garden. Krontago 130x150 feet on North.side .tMalo St., SUnlord. Will exchange for personalty or realty at a bargain. ry two-storstore-houso coal-hcut,- t. e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your JAMES YEAGER. THOMAS YEAOER. Drugs, School Supplies, School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. YEAGER & YEAGER, umi, im and m stable, Houte 8TANFORD, KY, We are In our new stable in the Opera Block and are well supplied with The Best Goods For The Least Monev Call and sec us. NEW RIQ3 AND HORSES umuuts will leave Have been purchased and noth tho ttable. DR. S. C. HOCKER, Tlio Druggist. Give tliem a Call. getjsWtrt.a.fM.t , 4,,,M kMi&htZjtMHj,... ,.i mJu sSSlllllHaSKHSfaraB e''- -