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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894031301 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. iST- - ' 5 rtji ,f f!if -r v- 11 '. a Semi-Weekl- y vol.xxh. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MARCH 13. 1894. CHURCH AFFAIRS. NO. 4 HUSTON VILLE. Tho iwI mother of J. H Tankeley Born, to tho wife of Itobt. Hamilton, Andrew Carnegie's offer to contridied nt hur hou'b homo 8 tnllea from Lou a 10 pound boy. A good deal of tobacco will be plantbute a dollar for every dollar raised don, Friday. ed in this secticn, if wo are to judge Tho man with tho shooting gallery otherwise before March 1, for tho rolief from V. A. I'nrflloy wnt baptized in J. T. is still on hand, the number of plant beds that havo raking in tho nickles. of the poor in Pittsburg cost him just llrowu'a pond by Kid. J. G. LlviiiKiton, been burned. A llttlo son of Mr. It. A. Stone was 1125,170 72. of tlio Oliriutian church, Sunday eve- kicked in the head hy a Tho young people aro nrenftrintf to horno and seriThose who fail to hear Bishop Thomning ously injured. rentier ttie pretty operetta, Katy Deane. as U. Dudley at the College Thursday Tho examining triallyvnturdny Alox Tho best talent in town will take part aasisiBMaiiis Mr. 12. W. M rrow has purchased of night will mips on opportunity of listenTuttlo for killing ltib Williams' hoy nnd a treat is expected. Br. Herring tho hoiiHo and lot on Well- - ing tO Sterling; Silver, One Of the finest Ulllnit nralnra Jr. Mantel Clocks, in Tuttlo buiiiR hold over till cir- monil street next to tho railroad. Elder W. L. Williams preached at Rich Jewelry, f tho country. Bronzes, cuit court in tho Hum of which tho Christian church at McKinney SunMisses Leavel and Bessie Batsou, Fine Watches, Hev. J. W. Hughes, who recently Spectacles, will probably not b kIvuh. day morning and as a consequence there who recently united with the Christian preached Silver Plated Ware, at tho Methodist church hero a was no preaching Rogers' Goods," Col. Frank B. Uiloy was 50 yearo of church, were baptized in i)ix at his church hero. Hiver Sun- week or two, is holding h meeting Onyx Tables ago last Friday and in honor of the oc- day afternoon. at Dry Banquet Lamps, From tho presont outlook it would Bidge, Grant county, and had 52 nddi. Imported Chinas, casion tho cako pri'sonted to him by bo safe betting that local option will carNovel Tho city council has n Int nt nu- - uons to last reports. Gov. John Young Brown whs cut, but street lamps on hand. It is to ho Mb-o,-. ry in this magisterial district, hut there' Art Goods and r ti, r t? hoped The congregation at tho First Presowing to it boiwt election day, Ool. that they will put them in many a slip Our stock the most complete. Our prices the Jowcst. cup and tho lip, Spoon. iiBe, cro Ga We Frank didn't quito celebrnto aa uburI in briel blows his trurnuet Not xn much byterian church at Henderson were ask- and a change .tiay be brought about be- will convince you that this is the place to trade. ed after services by the pastor for conanother way, owing to the fact that ho gas, brethren, and a little more light. fore tho 2 Ith. tributions to assist in building a can't enjoy himself in that way nil by Mioses Jennie and Anna Keid, Liz A horao attached to a phaeton and of worship, and f 10,000 was made himself. May he see n hundred more belonging to Charley Andoreon zio Dryo and Kato Cook and Messrs. W. was left up in a little while ouch days. D. and George Weathorford, James W. sirtniiing on the Public Square Friday. Among the nlaiiH thn nrmlu of Bob Jackson, son of Gen. Andrew Tho animal became frightened Allen, Lud Evans and Felix Twidwell. and ran Cleveland are making for the great Jacksoc, who lives four miles Kant of away, demolishing tho vehicle J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. nnd Christian Kndoavor meeting there in chaperoned by Mrs. Sallie Shipman, London, shot and probably fatally woun- breaking down the lamp formed a merry Gshing party to Green post on Hemp- July is included a restaurant capable ded "lllack" Kd Chestnut at tho homo hill's corner. of river last week. If they caught anv fish 23d, 1894. holding 10,000 people at once. It is esof Jackson's Mrs. Alice they disposed of them before they re As per announcement, Kid. Gowan timated that 30,000 will attend the con' turned home, as Jackson, a widow, this morning about 4 delivered his sermon "to vnnn mnn none of them brought ." mm circulars lurnutied on ppIIction. " " r ventipu. o'clock. From what tho attending phy- Sunday morning. The even a scale hick. discourse was an Tho Grace Baptist Church in New sician nays, the shooting was premedita- excellent ono and full Dr. Leo F. Huffman, wife and Miss of good advice, York City, has titled up a room in tho Annie Cook, of ted. One of tho bullets struck near the though there wero so many Lexington, are visiting of the fair church building for billards, pool and relatives here. Lud Evans, left temple and camo out back of the ear, Bex on hand not all the comthe men trim i1..lr. outer games or skill, for the benefit of mercial tourist, was hero again fracturing the skull. This Bob Jackson ed to hear him Sunday could get in the house. the young men among its membership, is not tho Hob Jackson who is cashier of audit looks sb if things are assuming a Tho republican county cornmittoo hoping thereby to keep them from such serious hue. II. B. the First National Hank of London, Ky. met Saturday and nominated thu fn1ln-- . Hocker and friend, rooms attached to saloons. Tho republican primary hero Satur- ing gentlemen for county olllcers. Coun- Archie Holmes, of Danville, spent SunThe lecture of Ujv. Mucus Lsver day resulted aa follows: For county ty judge, It. A. Burnside; county clerk, the converted Jew, at tho Baptist church day hero. D. II. Skinner has about de- " judge, V. L. Brown's plurality, with X. John M. Duncan, sheriff, It. S.Brown; Friday night was largely attended, well cided to cast his lot with us. Mr. Steve J. Stansberry next, 13 1; K. K. Wilson's G. Drye leaves Tuesday for Stanton, this John Boner; county attorney, delivered ai.d apparently entertained tho majority over J. D. Smith for county at- W. McO. Johnson, jailer, Bice Benge; audience. He is just 21 and wbs educa- state. Misses Amanda and Victoria : torney, 315; Frank Elliott's majority survey, Jonathan Creech, : constable, II. ted for a Jewish rabbi, but embraced the Bishop, of tho college, spent a few days overO. M. Randall forShoriu", 27, O. X. Clay Hamilton. This is an with thoir paronta near your city. They unusually Christian religion some years ago and Scovlllu's majority over John K. Wyatt strong ticket. Tho democrats have fine and has since been working as a mis- wero accompanied by their schoolmate, for county clerk, GOO; Ed Bullock's ma- material from which to select their ran. sionary among the Jews in New York Mies Hattie Park. jority over V. F. Bray for surveyor, JU2. didaU-- and ono of tho hottest There was-- big debate at Beech-woo- d elections school-housJohn II. Carrier's plurality for jailer, held in Garrard in a long time may bo city and Chicago. Ho is tryiug to raise Friday night. Tho means to complete a course recently with Henry Whittakcr next, IK); John expected. subject discussed was, "Which is the Inin the Southern Baptist Theological Nelson's plurality for assessor, with Kd centive to Action, Hopo of Reward or Sunday night lust at tho clone of thn Seminary at Louisville, and is endorsed Fear of Hale next, HI. There were light votes sermon at the Methodist Punishment?" James North church, tho cry by many prominent Baptists in this cast (or coroner, which was left blank of tiro stampeded tho and Will McClure argued that the hopo USTZE-congregation. It State. on tho ticket; five ol tho eight votes was found that tho jail, Rev. Kobert C. Cave, of St. Louis, of reward was tho incentive, and acdirectly across were cast for tho writer, who is tho pres- tho street, was on tire has been chosen the orator on tho oorn- - quitted themselves in creditable speechand from ent coroner and who everybody knows pearances would soon ha rod all ap sion of tho nnvailiiiL'. Mav 30. of thn es. John Dinwiddle and Claude Prowitt need to is an avowed democrat and always votes ashes. A lighted lamp which was in tho monument just finished at Richmond, thought that it was tho fear of nunlah- that way. There will bo a contest over kitchen exploded. The floor and ceiling Va., to tho memory of tho private sol- meut and spoke well in favor of it. The Opposite CoflTey House, the sherifl's race, atlldaviU having al- of tho kitchen was consumed, hut by he- diers and sailors of the Confederacy. judges decided after much consideration ST-A-lSriFOIEIready been tiled hy ZUndall's counsel roic efforts tho flames wero chocked In tho building of the monument each In favor of the first two gentlemen. Miss that the votes cut at certain precincts hero. Ttio entiro building was densely Southern State furnished an immonBO Alice Drye added to the pleasure of the wore fraudulent, Ac. A largo number of filled with smoke and it was next to an block of granite. The shaft is some 70 occasion by reading an interesting paper, Has opened a nice line of Household Furniture and will put them out those supposed to bo our best democrats impossibility to enter, but the faithful feet high and Is located on Liberty Hill, applicable to the subject discussed, and voted in thin pncincU and fearleas jailor, "Big Injlne" Both-wel- just above the site of the old Libby Pris- later In tne evening Georgo Goode en- at the lowest cash price. wont through and moved tho six on. Mr. Cave is the man who left the tertained tho largo audience with severChristian College Notes. prisoners to a place of safotv. Tlmv u..r Christian church and attemnted to stnrt al recitations. ! indeed a badly scared lot of follow. Th a church of his own. Ho is a verv elo. adv. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. To those buying a nice, new, clean bill of Furniture. Those wantTho normal class is doing fine work chemical engine, as usual, refused to quent speaker work and tho bucket brigade got in its Georgo Kipart, of Shelby ville, Ind.( ing anything in my line will make it profitable by seeing my line beand seems greatly iuterested. The Fioiits us iiut Loves us. The Interi- aged SO, fore buying elsewhere. Give me a call and be convinced. has classes in theory of Knglish and theory work. Garrard county never had a bet- or Journal has completed its 22nd and sixth brido. just taken unto himself his ' of arithmetic are especially enthusiastic ter jailer than Sam Bothwell; and tho the Richmond Register its 2Sth year. Joseph Backer attended a wedding lloth branches are being developed to fire was through no carelessness of his Both papers are in the front rank and reception them in a light beforo unthought of by or his servants. at Iloaenbaven. N. J., and died are among our most valuahlo exchanges. Miss Lou Grant has returned from a suddenly after taking a drink of wine to the members of tho class. They are for democracy That spring has now opened, the visit to Lexington. Miss llattiu Vaiu.h.n tho time, and while we first, last and all the health of the bride and groom. occasionally clash A Kentucky editor has been sued botany class will begin to collect and an- of Shelby ville, arrived Friday and will with them on nniulinn. 10; libel oy a widow because in wrlHnt alyze flowers. In addition to the valua- - commence her school at Marksbury on wo think nono tho less of them on that what ho though was a beautiful obituary bio knowledge that will be gained by tho Monday. Mr. Neil West, of Perry ville, account, for wo admire the paper that tribute to her husband, he remarked that study and practical application of bota- viaiieu relatives hero Friday. Mtes io nas convictions of its own and the cour- "the deceased ny, and tho improvement of tha taste( had gone to a happier Walker, of ICirksville.is tho guest of age to stand by them regardless of con- homo." N. and perceptive faculties, thu physi- Miss Jennie Doty. 0. Democrat. Messrs. Herbert sequences. Mt. Vernon Signal. cal exercise in roaming over ilelds and Pricoand George Dunn, of Danville, Two of tuk Bkst. Speaking of tho Tho republicans and populists of pastures in search of plants, will be of were in town Sunday. Miss Lillio Noel, I. J.'s 22nd birthday the Bichmond Reg- Tennessee aro already , arranging for a of Danville, is visiting Miss Mamie Noel. inestimable benefit. ister says: We can go you six years combination, hoping to defeat the demChristian College is grootod by many Miss 1211a Watson returned from Crntlil. better, Brother Walton, in age and three ocratic State ticket to be nominated idee comnlimentH naid Jamt-- North on ana Saturday. Mr. It. K. Huuhes. of years next anil ono month better in "present August. Gov. Turney is a candidate for his speech in tho debating club at Tun-- 1 I.iwrenceburir, visited his parents, Judge management," the RMgistor having been tho Democrotic nomination, and the gen nersvillo. James has talent, and like and Mrs. M. D. Hughes, here Saturday run by its present Sizes and Shapes to suit even the most fastidious. proprietor without a end impression is that ho will again head Large Assortment. Christian College's boys, generally, he and Sunday. Miss Nannie GalniM U r.. change sinco the lirst day of January, the ticket. is found In good places. Tiieso societies ported much better. .Miss Bessie Marks 1S72. And in noting tho success of the Senator Wilson has introduced a bill are excellent for young ludies and gen- bury is visiting in Lower Garrard. Col. Register and Intbiuok Journal bs they into the United States Senate to do away tlemen, and, as we learn that Mrs. J. A. John Iv. Faulkner, of Richmond, attend-e- have marched sido by side for so many with ticket scalping. It will bo au the republican convention Saturday. Gover Is taking an active part in the ono years, we think wo make uo bonst when amendment to tho Interstate Commerce at Turnersvllle, wo know that It will bo wo say they are tho two best county act, nnd providing for a fine of $3,000 for Now I8THK Timk.-- Tj conducted on tho most elevated plau for select u place papers in thn StHte. soiling tickets outside of a regular ticket figure on a route ami complete arrangeliterary culture. Mrs. John Whipp and her son, Pit, ments for your next summer's vacation. Quekn and Orescent Route. "Glimp oflico. All railroads are renuired to re Su -wero at tho College last week to sue Miss Tho maps, time tables and guide books, ses of tho World's Fair." A selection of deem unused tickets for 00 days. It is figured out at Washington that Dollio Whipp. Misses Hattie Park and issued by tho Wisconsin Central Lines 102 Gems of the White City seen through Kato Mooro apont from Friday till Sun-da- and containing a list of the most beauti- theCamera. This handsome volume the delicit in the Government's revenues this year, which had been estimaafternoon with Misses Amanda an J ful and healthful resorts in tho north- containing 192 photographic Victoria Bishop. They say that they west, will assist you materially in doing views of tho entiro Exposition, showing ted at $78,000,000, may be below $70,000.- all main biddings, all state and territor- 000. Tho lower estimate is based unon wore entertained beautifully and with this. They aro mailed free unon ho typical "Old Kentucky hospitality." cation to Jas. O. Pond, Genl. Passr. Agt., ial buildings, all foreign buildings, an expected increase in revenues on ac. of Casey, enter- .MiiwauK.ee, Wis. Send for them. grounds, statuary, lagoons, and about 40 count of tho probxblb withdrawal of Miss Mildrod Holbrook, viowsof tho great Midway Plaisance, whisky from bond to avoid the incroaeed ed C. O. on Monday, as a boarder. Miss To tuk Dkviochacy. In accepting my will be sent to nny Ethyl Wright, of Milledgevillo, entered address on receipt of tax. , defeat at the recent primary, as I do 25 cents and five cents for postage. the music class last week. This T. A. ttiiADLKy would like to talk to promptly-givecarefully without tlio slightest leaven of bitter- book has been issued by tho greatest of you A lady, after 'ooking about your wool. College, with a view ness or unkind feeling, I desire to thank Southern railroads the Queen oc Cres through Christian It May Do as Much for You. of entering hor daughter said that sho you with all my heart for tho courteous cent Route and its excellence is withMr had Inspected three other colleges nnd treatment I received everywhere and at out a flaw. A most delightful collection had a Fred Miller ol Irving, III. writes that he Severe Kidney trouble (or many years, s in C. O. were by far all times in my canvass and for tho han.l. of exquisite views, in a small and with severe pains in his back and also that his that the bladder wan affected. He tried many so called eomo vote I was honored with nt ,.. book. Many such collec- KidneX cures but without any good result. About the most comfortable and attractive that use ol aRO Bitter and tions are large and cumbersome sho had seen. The ceilings aro 12 and polls. Kespectfully, T. J. Hatcher. Send a year reliefhe began Electric Electric is especially found at once Hitters your address and 30 cents to W. O. and thero ara throe and four adapted to cure of all Kidney and Luer tnubles 14 feet, T. A. BitADLKV, of Danville, desires General Pasaerger Agent, Cin- and often gives almost instant relief. One trial windows to each room. The furniture everyone will proo our statement. Price only 30c. lor to call at Farris J Hardin's cinnati, O. large bottles. At A. K Penny's Drug Store. is all new and open grates and mantles m grocery and examine the Cooley Cream"Perhaps you would not think so, but a very aro over nearly tho wholo house. e large propo'tion of diseases in New York comes er. Everyone guaranteed. opposite earfrom carlessneis about catching cold," tays Dr. An entortainment will be given lCdjn. "It Is such a simple thing and o Syrus ly in April for the benefit of the college Bucciln's Arnica Salve. common that very few people, unless it Is a case A small admission will be .Th b.eit ttlye. ,n th worl,l ' cuii, bruuei ol pneumonia, pay any attention to.. cold. ... New When Ilabjr was sick, we gaTe her Castor!. library. Vft.lr .L.. mantm.lit.ia. hIhu U'56"' K Leum' "- - t- .h. ; mc '". " tter. chip- - tle V? nil. nfyet" there are af""-- many cases of When she m a Child, she cried for CastorU. charged. The entortaturaent will bo !2? ! Coast and great nd erup Bd positively cures piles, or no pay requiV """"'"H"0.' wmen nave meir origin When she becamu Jibs, &h clung- to Castor!. A Complete Stock of well worth the price of admission, and in this neglect ol the simplest precaution of every The most the money cannot bo appropriated to a or money "funded. Fries S cent ptr bo ' day life. get rid ol itsensible auvlce is when you When she had Children, the givethem Cautoria. For sal. by A. R. Penny, Suniord. Ky. have one as soon as possible. Hy all means ao tot neglect it" Dr. Edson does not bettor purposo than building a well-ae- you how to cure a cold but we will. tell Take A Quartor Century Tost. .. tnti.tnli..l,!n'. PiMmk Oa.. .! lected library, wnicu isjio ue me proper I. ...lit Prtr ntiartnr w rt .. - V(M1T ar. Libraries induco coverya hu been nt a rnnhin. the tvinir Kauf 111. lungs, aid expectoration, open the focretlons anil uonoge Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accutested and" iy oi Christian million who have ufM "vv. iiiu.uohi burc 3J ItQU JO CCni DOl A severo rheuma ic pain in tne left shoulder had received benefit from VOling people tO read, and good, 80lid ful curative powers inIU use testily to Its wonder. ties for sale by Dr. S. G. Hocltcr, druggist. troubled Mr. J 11 Loper, a well known druggist rately Compounded. Give him a Call. all diseases of the Tmi ofDes Molnei, Iowa, tor over six months reading makes good, quiet, intelligent Chest and Lunss. A remedy that has stood the At CbambcrUin'a Cough Remedy gives the best times the pain was so severe that be could not . .! T . ..,. oume is positlve- - satisfaction ot any cough rnedicine I handle, and lift auything With all he could do he could not citizens ....-Iy guaranteed to Kive reliefer the money will be as a seller leads all other preparations in this rid of It uutil he applied Chamberlain's Pain market. I recommend it became it is the best aim. "I only made three plications of is admitted to most Be .sure and examine tho Cooloy jelunded. It c,,Ids; T"! be the free atreliable medicine I ever handled for coughs and croun says, "And hae since been ai from all it," lie free Co1u8.,1 anJ pain.'1 botllc. J?r A. A. W. llaldrldge.ilillersv.lle, III For sals by He now recommends it to persons similarly atllict-ePenny1 drug store. Largo sue joe and Jt. Creamer and buy no other. S. G. Ilocke , druggist. THIS - JEWELER, STA3XTFORD, KEJKrTtrCK"Sro Bric-a-Hra- r. r- B. H. DANKS, ties. new-plac-e Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January -"-- sister-in-la- w, M We Have : Got Them. 8 a e bo-gu- n W. H. WEAREN & CO. FURNITURE : STORE. D, uk HJisTTuaicsr. l, 25 PER CENT. REWARD w. w. Withers. non-nnrlinu- n Al-l- s NEW STOCK, NEW STYLES. H. J. McROBERTS. d y hulf-ton- o ni,. A Complete line of Drugs and Medicine &c. Prescrip tions a Specialty. Eisrisr-Y-jmxraaisT a jeweler. Ex. . Watches, Clocks, Gold, Silver and Plated Ware at lowest prices. At- tention n to repairs. bed-room- Bin-earso- n, GO TO A IR, PEITITY. MeRobefts' Drug Store, ourt-tious- ti. f" "'" ! - " "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, I DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, rm m rS.'n'lf r. m W. B. McROBERTS, ( lit. ye; It d. is for sale by Dr S G. Hocker. druicist. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. vfcJufcjv, rmoMWP - J '' Semi-Weekly u 1 . lf Tho attorney for the plalntlfl In the The democrats havo not dono all they A WOMAN OF TALENT. trial aro said to should in the year they have been in well.lsatisficd with thoir case that How Mrs. J. IT. IVMuortli Won Success power, but still the record is one to bo Against Obstacles). silthey may present only ono moro witproud of. They have repealed the Mrs. Walworth was born in Philadel- 31arcii 13, 1894 Stanford, Kv., ver purchase law, wiped that monaco of ness. phia C3 years ago. ner father wna Peculiar ideas of sport aro entertain- Gcnnnn gentleman of rank liberty, the election laws, from tho stat-utnnd talents, books, tho peneion appropriation has ed by souio men in Chicago. Two wore who came to thh country on account of W. P. WALTON. been reduced $15,000,000 a year nnd tho arrested Sunday for playfully torturing political trouoiea In his own Intnl. His I the House has passed a tariff reform bill, an intoxicated man with red hot irons, name was nadennnnu. Uo uinrried, scon after coming to this country, a young if not as good as it should bo, still n probably marking him for life. long stop in the right direction. Thoro attempt is being mado at B inn lady of Baltimore. Mrs. "Walworth waa An havo been blunders nnd delinquences, iiipham to disbar Attorney V. Leo Co- hut tho record is a pretty fair ono. Tho wart from practice in the Federal court repeal of tho election laws and tho other because he not only used to run an illiccaso Ib on things to their credit cover a multitude The , it distillery but stole tho corn from bis filled with it ad of faults and.'make tho year a notable father to do so. trial and the dailies are nnuseiun. Mrs. Gov. Blackburn testi- one. It la thought that tho Income tax fied as fiho had deposed, that Col. Breckfeature of the Wilson Tariff Bill will bo Wc have on sale every item below, together with hundreds of other inridge told her he was k'dR l0 marry Official. The committee met yester- tho main point of attack oil tho part of equally good bargains in all departments. Wc stand at the head of Madfo and asked her Rood graces in her day and counted the vote of tho late pri- the diesatlsfied Democratic Senators the trade in Stanford for lowest prices on standard goods. If you debahalf. Little Phil Thompson, who is mary. There is no change in tho gener- when the bill cornea into tho Senatesire to make large savings with your ready cash come to us. cross examiner Rener.il, annoyed Mrs. al result, but the majorities are not so Meesrs. Hill, Brico nnd Murphy aro said Blackburn greatly nnd she gave him creat in some instances as at first re to bo already whetting their knivea for some stincing replies, finally declaring ported. James Walker Givens' over it. that if her huebaud worn alive her pres- Judce W. E. Vnrnon for county judgols Later news confirms tho report that s ence in court would not have been nec- but .14; T. D. 2s'ewland's over S. M. the Hnytiau authorities have captured for sheriff remains tho Bamc, 07; E. essary. The chief of police of WashingWas the success of our unparalleled efforts last week. The prices at tho steam yacht Natalie nud put to death ton testified with reference to a scene D. Kennedy has 14 instead of GO over M, tho entire crew. Tho Natalie ns fitted which the goods were marked cVowped our store to thcutmost capacbetween the two, in which the colonel F. Elkin for assessor, and G. W. DoBord out at Savannah with arms nnd ammuity. In order to give the people another opportunity we have decidJrUNNnTTF. II. WALWOIVnt. had set a time for a wedding with Mies for jailer 210 ovor Dink Farmer, instead nition for tho rebels in Hayti, under ed to continue this sale one more week. thrown upon her own resources ut a very Pollard, she having followed him to the of 200. G. B. Coopor for clerk cot 1,409 pretense that tho cargo was destined for early nge. Her first effort nt self suptwrt with n revolver. The votes and J. B. Paxton for attorney Brazil chief's office armed was na n governess, nnd Inter her emi. line of defense is not apparent yet, but 1,217. nent qualifications inclined her to literaTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. it fo thought that a plea will bo made Gov. McCrkaky has been in Frankfort ture. Her succeed has been won, ngninst many discouraging obstacles, by forcoof that the promise of marriage was made observing the location of the land and The husband and wife bill, which inborn talent and a fine, courageous under a threat and while the defendant seeing if any fences, need repairing, lie passed both nouses, practically makes energy. thought he was in danger of great bodiBoleB without has not announced his candidacy for tho all married women fumo per yd., American shirting Amoug her earliest friends wna Mr. Indigo blue calico best brands ly harm. This baby act will hardly work U. P. Senate, but ho is probably in tho tho iutravention of tho courts. Hnmilton Mnbie, author nud editor. Ilor of fancy calico 4 Vc 0' r0 P'am nn figured 4.(c, American and in court and hero in Kentucky it wont fight and will win if the best man gets Tho House passed tho hill which sketches in tho Now York Evening Post Lancaster Apron Gingham at 5c, the latest styles in dress ginghams take at nil. The colonel claims to be a provides for the purchaso by counties of created n wide circle of admiring friends. for 5c, Zephyr ginghams 8' c worth place. the special sale of ladies Mildier. who never flickers when the Her novel "Tho Bar Sinister" created turnpikes in tht discretion of tho court, handkerchiels at 10c worth 25c. down. The a sensation, nud it hns been said of it gauntlet of battle is thrown NEWSY NOTES. after tho question has been submitted that "it ought to shako this country n,i Louisville Times strikes centre when it W. A. Cooko has been appointed to a vote. 'Olivor Twist' shook England." "South- ! is not left one redeemaiys that there cm Silhouettes" aro wonderfully clover ing feature upon the repulsive faco of postmaster at Middlesboro. ITEMS. FARM ANDTRADE in thoir graphic fidelity nnd won for her Henry Taylor lfas been appointed this liason, into which enter the eleCorn is scarce in Gnrrard county at an honorary momlwrship in tho Southern hypocrasy. postmaster nt Bac, Mercer county. ments of Jeachery, lying and Society of New York City. Just received a handsome line of men's fine shoes whith will be sold The total income of tho Church of The whole long debauch appears to havo Among her works Ladies' Dongola Ihitton Shoes at ySc. worth sold at public sale in sippi Martyr,"otherSplendidaro "A Missis- for Si, worth Si. 75. Seven horses been conducted from beginning to end England is about $1,000,000 a week. "A Egotist," "A Si. Co. Don't forget to look at our ladies' slippers that will be sold for $S,o05. The cost of the railroads of this Cleveland Strange Pilgrimngo," "Tho Now Man nt upon the dead sea level of original sin. Hnby's shoes will go in this sale for 20c, woith ico track on Ro&smero," "The Martlet Seal." She hns for 75c, worth Si. 50. There is a decountry is estimated by Poor nt $9,203, It is n low police court case of total rccoived hearty welcome in tho most double the money. Our spring clothing comes piling in on us and wc tho bay nt Midland, Out. pravity, unrelieved by a solitary side- 032, 143. critical journals and is honored in Aj must have room for it, therefore wc will sell anything in that departThero are now 9,102 trotters nnd Three men were killed by tho explolight indicating any impulse on his part plutou's EncyclorKMlia, in E. C. ment at 50c on the Si. Don't forget that wc arc selling men's hats at 2:30 list. pacera in the to raise a mortal to the skies or desien sion of a railroad locomotivo near Tan"American Literature" and in "A 25c a piece. W. H. Johnson sold to Reid & on hers to draw an angel down. A ride nery, Pa. "Woman of the Century." She has ac52 sheep at $3.50. . Mrs. Garfield, widow of the lamencomplished much and will do Htill moro. in the Black Maria would be its fit finale. O. J. Hamlin thinks that Fantasy Sho hns a clonr cut, intellectual face, n ted president, receives a pension of $3,- will break the four year old record this modest manner nnd n naturo all refmo-moThk Wilson bill, bo emasculated and uuu a year. nud sweotm-hsmetamorphosed that its author would The most favorable of the bids for year. Mix R. Colquitt. not recognize it were he to meet it on removing ten of the largest World's Fair John Hughes sold to T. P. Wilson, maro a highway, has been reported by tho buildings was $15,100. of Corrydon, Ind., the to the full ComSenate Nashville's oxcellent system of elec- for $175. boar A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor A nice lot of Poland-Chinmittee, after weeks of unnecessary de- tric cars has been ordered by a U. S. lay. Unmindful of tho party's promises judge, to be sold for debt. ahoats for sale. .M.S. BAiighman, StanT. D. RANKY, Manager. From that old complaint w' en you can br perm a of tariff reform, each Senator has tried to Mrs. E. A. Allen died from excite- ford. Ky. ncntly tmed by an to E. P. Woods nud special industry of his State ment at Warsaw over a fire that destroy have the C. Vanoy sold protected, consequently sugar is remov- ed the flouring mill there. J. E; Lynn his lot of lambs at 5c for June ed from the free list and the tariff placed Senator Aldrich, of Rhode Island, 10th delivery. nt one cent a pound on all not above 80 says be will resign if his State elects a Fleam: return our grain sacks. This Other have been cured, why not you degrees fineness, with a Btnall fractional republican Legislature in April. means you. J. II. Baughman k Son, (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn.) sugars above that grade. Iron increase on The commission of 111 Republican millers, Stanford. Disease Cured Without Medicine ore nnd coal will havo a tariff of 40 cents postmasters expired this month, and Fon Sale. Pure bred B. Plymouth a ton, while other less important articles about 150 more will expire in April. Rock ectrs from choice specimens nt $1 but a I mple Net an e ectric belt or bitter are taken from the free list. The income for 13. W. W. Lyon, Mt. Salem, Ky. " home which causes th e entire bed of Philip Petrie killed his wife at the patient toabsnb Yesterday was a dull court day aud far is retained with aonio changes and Ind., and thon laid down on the whisky tax is increased to $1.10 with the railroad track and was cut m two by not a head of cattle could be found on Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year a bonded period of eight years. The an engine. tho market. Thero waa no trading and and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. drag generally. time that tho bill will go into '.effect has the day was a Atk your neighbor about It; if he cau not tel Gov. Brown and the Hon. Casslus you, write to ui for one of our books sent fice. been changed from June 1st to the 30th, The sires of Robert J. 2:05; Manaand so on. The "Wilson bill is far from M. Clay, Jr., emphatically leny the re- ger, 2:00?; Kremlin, i07j; Belle Vara fulfilling the promises of tho platform. port that they had entered into any kind Nothing has ever received to many 2:03; Pamlico, 2:10 and Labasco, 2:10 from trustwonv persons, many oi tttlmonlil Before you buy and you will be convinced that he is wim ait cheaper than Tho Senate bill is scarcely an improve- of combination. Western Kecordcr, Louisville. kiMwn to in The output of the Kentucky coal were all bred at Woodburn Farm. the cheapest. a mystery to me; almeit a on the KcKinloy iniquity. Verily ment The in Little miracle Electropotic It I Rodger. Thero is great excitement I'ldir John W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. the democratic lawmakers are getting the mines in 1893 was 3,280,041 tons. With Rock over the discovery of "lumpjaw" KIcetropolm relieved .In one night thobrain nnd vertigo. Hev. me of a fuller development of rivers this can be party in the middle of a very bad fix. congestion nf the Geo among the Texas and Indian Territory II Meant, Cotlngtan, Ky greBtly increased. cattln being fed at tho cotton oil mill A friend ol mine was entirely cured of the well as dis Another remarkable, as Tho 15 men, who lynched John habit with Klectropoise Rev. W. W. Ilrucr, failure of justico has occurred Slaughter at Sparta, N. C are threaten- yards. graceful, Mutton lllc, Ky. of the Amer 1 he Klectropnuc 11 a wonderful instrument and Boundless, the winner Norton ed with the same dose by a band of in Louisville. it It mote wonderful at to how It do itt work, ican Derby went lame, while exercising yet it doeJU T K C. linnley, (Plows) Louis killed J. II. Smith in a saloon whilo in Slaughter's friends. OF will be ship- ville, Ky. a drunken frenzy. Ho made it all right A daughter wasborn last week to nt Little Rock, Ark., and Address DuIVm & Webb, 909 Fourth tt , Lou. with the widow by deeding her a house Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rairdon, of Cheeter ped to Fayette county, Ky., to go into isville, Ky. and lot, and she made no attempt to pro- township, Meigs county, who has a full tho stud. Humphrey Hudson sold to M. J. secute him. The result was that a jury, sot of teeth on both sides. 100 acres of land for $5,000, adon SiturdavJIaat, declared the drunken Dr. J. T. Berry, of LaGrango has Farris " involuntary-ma- n been nominated by the Governor for Su- joining the farm heBold to John Woods, murderer guilty only of I hitvn rented slaughter" and gave him one year perintendent of the Institute for the on Fisher'B Ford road in Lower Garrard. derar'a Millinerythe tewing room of Mm. Kale Dud Store, and will be rrady to ere Advocate of 51,000. Even this in jail and a Jfine the public alter March 15th. I ask a liberal share at Frankfort. of your patronage and will cutranteo satisfaction If tho Eastern nnd Western turfmen, light verdictjwaa a surprise to tho deThere is a large diminution in the in every reipect All orders before that date received bv Mrs. Duddrrar fendant who immediately moved for a number of applicants for pensions. Tho now in conference in Now York, agree will be gladlyMIsS JF.NNII. CUNNINGHAM new trial. Doubtless ho will gel it and total cases pending for examination have to refuso to recognize ownora and jockf of Louisville eys ruled off by the other, Ed Corrigan Is the only one authorized to sell Oliver Chilled Plow Repairs in be acquitted next time. decreased 91,000 during tho year. nnd othera will be barred entirely. Stanford. Tho Court of Appeals reversed tho Couoiilin, who was once convicted for case of Fair Lawn Stock Farm in Fayette, William Omer, who was implicat life of complicity in tho murder of Dr. ed in tho murder of Abbie Oliver by which waa bought by Smith McCann six The stockholders of the Danv le and Crab Or Cronin, whose body was found in the Henry Dulaney nnd pike others, at Morgan-fiel- years ago for $103,000, who could only chard llank,are rrucstol to meot at the rirst NaSATURDAY, AI'K. in Stanford, man hole of a Bewer nt Chicago several raise $20,000 in payment, was bought tional lor the purpose olon elcctinc directots (or 7. iSoi, years ago, was acquitted last week after JACK HOSLKV, T. Withers for $70,000. the ensuing year. The county court of Rockcastle fixed last weok by W. President. a remarkable trial which lasted four Lee Myers and son. W. O. Myers, the county levy at lGcts. on the $100 for convictmonths. The other two men ordinary oxpenses, 3cts. for pauper idi- aro tho right kind of men to rent to. r 1 ed at the same time that he was, ots, nnd lOctfl. for road tax. Poll tax Two years ago they took chargo of tho liJLXJLiTJXlzTlEltt-Z' died in prison.Jalthough no more guilty Hays farm, on the Huatonvillo Wm. was fixed at $1.00. than be. Strange indeed are tho conAlwsys on hand Tho contractors are beginning work pike and since that time havo put up Two doors above tradictory results of alleged courts of on tho Tythian Temple at Henderson, 1,400 panels of fence, besides cleaning The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? justice. which, when completed, will outshine the farm up and getting it and the out- Can bo had in the market. Trices lower than the The value of the law's delay to crimi- anything of tho kind in Southern or houses in eplended shape. lowest Mourning Roods a specialty. Call and Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinawarc line. Call and nals has agin been proven. George Western Kentucky. Revised estimates of last . year's eiamir t biforo buying DAVIS DUDDERAR. MAHV examine and get prices. Green, after seven trinla, in two of Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. Stanford, Ky Joseph C. Craddy, a wealthy farmer wheat crop in tho United States make COMMERCIAL I1LOCK which ho was convicted and onco sen- of Versailles, whilo digging in the ground, tho total product 381,000,000 commercial tenced to the J penitentiary for life, was struck an earthen bottle containing sev- bushels. The world's crop ia estimated acquitted Friday at Owingsville. It is eral thousand dollars in Moxican and to be 32,000,000 hushols leas than tho I Stanford, Ky. the usual atory of witnesses dying, being French silver coins. preceding year. In bouio States wheat runoff, Ac. No wonder Judge Lynch ia being fed to hogs, on account of tho Congress mine in Arizona, which My store wai bnrned Friday night, Feb ai, p has to take a hand so often. and I think robbed of part of Its contents, and lor has produced over ton millions in gold, low price. tho arrest and conviction of guilty parties I will was sold to a syndicate for f 1,500,000. It -J. A. HAMMONDS. J IV Honors arecrowding thick and fast on of tho partioo. H I If Hubble, Ky, The Executive Coinmitteo had beeu closed for two years but will Robert W. Brown, the indefatigable manTeachers' Association Khito Dealer in Oliver Chilled and Uucher & Gibbs' Imperial bo opened again nt once. aging editor of the Louisville Times. Tho annual meeting of Tho battle-shiIndiana made her has decided that the now postmaster of bis city offered him this year Hhall be hold in tho association the position of assistant at $1,000 a year, trial trip coming up to the guaranteed Danville, Juno Schedule Nov, 19, 1893, speed of 15 knots an hour: It is believi but he declinod it, and now Gov. Brown ed the ship will average 10 knots when Beeda 45 conta per LEAVK NORTON DAILY Lamorktii'b garden has made him a commissioner of tho Double Shovel Plow?, Plow Harness and tho official trip is made. 12:50 p. m. for Graham, Illuefield, Pocahontai doz. papers. Rtd and white onion sots Lunatic Asylum. Lynchburg, Klchmocd and Norfolk. Tho Senate will vote oxt Wednes- 15 and 20 conta per quart. Peas and bleeping Cars from Roanoko to Norfolk also The Louisville Bee has ceased to sting. day upon a motion to reopen tho Bland beana at reduced pricaa at A. A. War- from Lynchburg to Richmond. Trains tor Pocahontas, Powhatan and (oodn will leave Illuefield daily at 6 30 a m, J 35 p u. Editor W. M. Finley'a $1,900 postoflice Seigniorage Bill for amendments, and if ren's. Leave Illuefield 630am and 9 00 p m daily for position takes all his timo and ho baa that fails the final vote on ho bill will Kenova and Columbus, O., Chicago and all points Thb weather continues flno. West. Pullman ' leeper on 9 00 p m train for Co I am the only authorized Agent in the East End of the county for sold the paper to Mr. Brent Altaheler, of be taken Thursday afternoon. tubus. at Wa- uTrains arrive at Norton from the East dally at Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. Thus has another good man the Star. -- Rev. Ben Helm will preach It is estimated that tho proposed suI3eware of the bogus repairs that are 11 40 a in. gone wrong, nnd given up the high es- gar duty will take $30,000,000 annually lnut Flat church at 11 a. m. Sunday. furtherinformation as to schodules.rateii Ylt offered by different parties. tate for the low flesh pots of oOlco. Ac, from tho tax payers. This is a pretty Transsylvania Presbytery will meet road apply to agents of Norfolk A Western RailW.B.BKVILL, Gen. Pass. Agt Roanoke, Va. The Legislature kicka the backet to- high price to pay for the two votes of here April 13 and continue in session M. K. BRAGG, Trav. Pass. Agent. Louisiana in the Senate, N, Y. World. several days. day. Interior Journal Pollard-Breckinrid- be-b- o o (jrandlTriumph Over All Previous Efforts 6 OB 8 PAGES. Pollard-Breckliiridgo Spring Bargain Sale ! - Off-en- Great and Glorious Our Dry Good; Department Prices .4c 4c, I2c, Our Shop. Dfinartmpnt kite-shape- d 1,-S- 71 Sttnl-man- 'a ey ut . LOUISVILLE : STORE, three-year-o- ld STAETFOHD, KTr., a Electropoise OXYGEN. B. K. WEAREN, Dealer iii Carriages, Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, Get His Prices opi-a- News For The Ladies Bogus Oliver died Plow Repairs Feeble-Minde- d J. K. VANARSDALE, 1 Turnpike Election. d. GLASSWARE, QUEENS WARE, Pojt-OIIic- e. t CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. $100 RBWABD FSRRIS & HARDIIM, -- Wo IE, IPIrTniIfXTfMgi. a. 27-2- 9. i An-chora- 1 :f i ELD S JD S W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. " -. V ..' . , atfufrT - . ...A," -- . vi - .. . kt'.1! i V "T """SR - '" pi ' My f1, fl "'" Tt" '. "ryr ' -- iTSvS-W 5 V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 18, 1894 You want to know what it is. Then read tho right top corner of this pago. Ku-ple- '"stsW Stamford, Ky., - March E. C. Walton, business Manager MEANS BUSINESS. Buy your bcIiooI books nrul school aup plicH oi nil kinds nt A. 11. Penny's. Watches, clocks nnd jewelry repaired and wnrmuted. Enravim? n specialty, Ht A.U. I'onny's. Tiik largest Htock of Drills. Modielneu, Perfumery, Paints and Wail Paper tit A.K. Penny's. Prescriptions n specialty. PERSONAL Miw, W. POINTS. (I. Muiii'iiv Ih Mtill nlivo, hut ih rapidly Kroviiiii: wenker. Miss Hki.en Siiaiii,i of Middlehur, is vialllng Mra. Kmniu Murks. Mils. Coiiky Sai'ndkus, of Cincinnati, the uuc8t of Mien Sallie Duddernr. is Mies Katik Mooiik, of Ltncnster, hns boen thu KUCBt of Mrs. .losinli Ilishop. Miss Josik Hohi.ky, of Lincoln county, is the Ktteat of her brother. Winchester Sun. I)h. I'Idwahii Alcoks, of IIiiHtouvillc, isattuudluK tho beduidu of Miss Annie Alcorn. Mil, Lkk Mykiu ntul wife have return od from n pleasant visit to their old homo in Casey. MissIIklkn TiiuhmoM) is tenchlriK a llourlHliinK subscription scnool at Xolin, Hardin county. Mit. Pint. Sodkn nnd son Willie, of Louisrille, nro visiting the family Col. W. II. Dudderar. 0. H Hmilkman, wife and childron. of Paint Lick, were ciieatrof Mr.nnd Mrs, J. II. Kuejemnn. ShKLTO.s CotMAN, of Crab Orchard, n Mexican veteran, has been granted an increase of pension. Mn. K. li. Smith, of the Mt. Vernon Sk'tial, was hero yttturday and made i.b a pleasant call. W A. MiQuom: has been appointed traveling h''1' 'or the L. & N. at Junction City in place of Mr. W. W. Penn. Mil. ash Mns. W. U, Goode, of Danville, accompanied MIsh Lola Uurks liome Sunday with Mr. HaineHand others. Mim Mahv 1'owkll, who is attending school at spent Sntunlny and Sunday at her father's, Capt. 15. V. I'ow oil. Miui It F. Bum, of McKlnney, who has been ill for some time with was reported much worse yes. corn-sumptio- n, terdar. Mimes A lick Dkyk and Enna Morse nnd Mose Cook and Keuben Givens, of Hustonville, visited Mr. Tilden Cook, Sunday. Wk aru indebted to Mr. 0. S. Niold, the coal macnato of Grays, for a budget of Into Now Orleans papers. lie was nt the St. Charles in that city. Mifs Annik AicoiiN, vtjioso condition has been vory alarming, was some bttter when we went to press lost evening, nnd hopes were revived of her recovery. MisHics Va.sAimdkli, and Dennett, of Christian College, wro hero Saturday endeavoring to get cenery for the muid cnl entertainment shortly to bo given by . their school. Mn. W. L. Conn tit, who hns been cierking for Dr. S. G. Mocker. haa re- turned to his homo nt Cynthiana, nnd Mauley Tyreo is learning the business under the doctor. W. M. 1!ooi.k writes to us on L. A N. paper headed "Oillco of Agent," New Orleans, La., to order bin paper changed to that place, bo wti presume he has re. turned to his first love. Dii. Kl'doli'H Goldstein' will graduate in medicine nt tho University of Lou isville to day. Afterwards he will take a Hpecial course on the eye, ear, noso nnd throat in New York nnd thon permanently locate in Louisville. He asks to bo remembered to his friends here. Thk Richmond Kegister says: Mr. T. I). Newland, who was nominated for Sberiirof Lincoln county, last Saturday, Ho won by G7 was hero on Monday. votes altera great contest with two popular opponents. Mr. Xowland has been sheriir two terms in Lincoln, was sucnnd now ceeded by his brother-in-law- , ho goes back to his old post. He has also served two terms as jnilernnd is ono of tho fairest, squarest men in bis section, a good tvpo of tho class of oillcors that Lincoln nlwnys olects. CITY AND VICINITY. KioiiT top corner of this page. . Done dust at W. II. Higgins. W. H, FnKsit Fish today. i. Biunv. , FxnmizKKs of nil kindH nt Farris A Hardin's. LANnnKTii's garden seeds nt W. 13. McKoberta'. New stock of Bpring capes for ladies at Soveranco A Son'B. Olivkr chilled plow points, tbreo for SI, nt W. II. Wearen . & Co.'a. t roll-er- a. Wanted. Soveral good tobacco Hugh Soargont, Stanford, Ky. Fbiuiy'b garden seeds, Northern seed potatoes and onion Beta at McKinnoyA " Hocker's. See our elegant lino of panto. Over rm naira iust received. Sizes 30 to 10 wolst and 29 to 37 length. B. F. Jonea ,.. A Son. I will resume work in my Bhop April 1 and would like to get your carriago Dc- I am now receiving n full lino of spring painting and trimming. John K. Nardi. suitings. Call and eeo them. II. 0. . Glass A Johnson, general merchanMn. W. P. KoniNHON is tho proud fa- dise, KIngsville, have nsiignod, with ther of another boy, who arrived Satur- liabilities of 13,000 and nominal assets of S 1,700. Tho trustee, Dr. Edward Alcorn, day night. will proceed at once to close out tho Just received n uuw and nice lot of Btock of goods. spring clothing for boys. Call and boo At tho High Bridgo Camp meeting S. II. ShnnkB. last year, John Crouch of Danville, killed Lost. On the Hustonville pike bo Sam Nowton. It was thought to ho a tween Mrs. Mildred Keazlcy's and W. II yery foul murder at tho time of its comMurphy's a key. The Under will please mittal but a jury nt Nichoiasville Saturleave it with Mr. A. It. Penny nnd ro- - day, ncquitted him. ceivo n reward. Mn. J am i:s Ykaukii stepped on n drawk hnvo just received ono more lot ing knife Saturday nnd it Hew up cutting tlioso fine sample shoes, worth $31.50 per his heel tendon in two. He is forced pair, to b noId at thu sumo price, S 1.98 to be in bed and thero is danger of n TIiIh is positively your last chance for stlfl joint, but Dr. Cook, who dressed such b.irgaitiH. H. F. Jones A Son. theuouiid, says ho does not think it . . Come boo our overcoats, reduced to will reault that way. JS.fiO; our men's goewinierahoeB ut $1 50; Mn. W. F. SiiuiiniAN tells ua that tho our full stock brogan $1; our new stock wrecker nnd pusher, with their crows, of boy a' siiirt waistu; our new line of wero ordered to leave Rowland yesterday spring wraps; our J. II. and P. D. cor- for their new headquarters nt Livingtou. sets. Hughes & Tate. It is only n question of time, he thinks, As tho State, instead of tho counties, until thu dispatching ofllco will also bo is 10 pay lor tne support oi idiots, wo removed from Rowland. may expect a startling increase in idiocy The local option election in tne Crab xiio pauper iinot numm-s- i lias many Orchard present resulted as wo predicted characteristics similar to tho fox scalp in a victory for tho drys. There were business. Louisville Commercial. 110 votes cast nnd tho majority for local option ws 57). Tho election waa hotly The large dwelling of Elijah Gilford, who lives just beyond Middleburg, burn- contested but no bad blood was aroused. ed yesterday morning. Firo caught in About 100 voters did not participate. the roof from thu kitchen Hue and it was Put oit tub Fiiik Col. W. II. soon in ashes. Mont of tho contents at Rowland caught wore saved. There was no insurance. tiro from a spark from tho chimney SunThe order of Judge Saitlley requiring day, mi i when discovered the roof was a the county court to issuo liquor license blaz. He used his hoao on it though to J. W.Jamoa will probably do him no and boon had it under control. As he bus been from the start, Mr. Duddernr good, as the city council of Crab Orchis a groat admirer of the water worka. ard, where he Inn bis place of btislnuds, liatj refusod to grant him the necessary The Karbourville man, who has been permission. working tho newapapora witli fake news Tin: lecture Committee has reserved is catching it on all sides. The which was taken in several tho best wine for tho last, if wo may be times by him, devotes a column of edipermitted such nn oxprenslon these prohibition tiimw. Thu best of tho series of torial to tho matter in which it refers to " lectures and of lecturers, Hon. L. F. him as" scatter brain ccoundrel imbecile nnd so on. Copelard will cIobo the reason hero March IH. Let everybody hear him. Caiid or Thanks. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. . . Green desire ua to extend their Bincero The prohibition fight is waxing exceedingly warm and much unnecessary thanka to tho good people, wlio wero so excitement prevails. Tliero is no use in kind to them in their late bereavement. rending your nether garments. Let ub When little Mnggio was sick they wero do everything decently and In order, untiring in their oiTorta to render assistand when life passed her lcal option is going to carry, that is if ance, body they wero equally as from with kind dear wu read tho signs of thu times aright, their help and worda of comfort to the nnd it is useless to get mnd or excited. onea The city council has been stocked by In thojeounty court yesterday the will the prohibitionists. Tho resignations of of W. M. Higttfnp, hearing dato of Nov, Messrs. A. 0. Sino nnd W. II, Wearen 1, 1SS5, was admitted to probate. Tho were accepted nnd S. II. Iinughmnn and widow is provided for ns the law directs J. S. Hughes, two uncompromising anti nnd tho estate is to bo divided equally saloon men, were chosen in their among bis four children, J. A., G. C. on P. W. Green's application for and W. II. Higgins and .Mrs. U. D. Hop- renewal of license was again postponed per, after tho two latter are given ut the called meeting till amounts equal to those already given to Kin Fish. Mrs. Jou Colley caught a tho two former. Millie Cloyd'a will waa salmon in Itockcastlo river near the Liv- nlso probated. ingston bridge that weighed 13 .pounds. The jury in the Lucy End's case hung, At least it bit nt her hook, nnd she drew standing seven in her favor and five for it to tho top of tho water, when it looked tho appointment of a committee for her. to her so much like n corpse that she When ltockwood, Tenn., was on n dropped her lino and screamed so loudly boom, Mr. K. L. Tanner bought n lot it 6topped the mill. A friend near by from a man thero on n guarantee that ran to her rescue and safely landed the certain great improvements were to bo huge fish nnd Mrs. Colley brought it made. Ho paid J21K) down aud execu home in triumph. ted two noted for f 2SS payable with inter-eaAn alleged innocent purchaser, Mr. Jukiks nre the same everywhere in T. 15. Clark, demanded payment of these Kentucky, lteferlnc to tho recent sennotea when they fell due and on being tences here of two yeara for murder nnd refuwed brought suit. Mr. Tanner plead threu years for stealing, the Winchester terms of the salo had not been Sun says that at tho last term of thu that the complied with and tho jury, taking no circuit court a white man, who had shot Btock in tho "innocent purchaser," rack-o- t n boy with intent to kill, and another found for him. who had waylaid nnd beaten n neighbor The case of Jim Banks for tho murder almost to death, were let oil' with light of Jim Middletou was not reached till tines oi wu encn, w title an out negro Saturday a little beforo noon. Both man, who had tried to steal n few chick nidea woro ready nnd 11 jurors obtaiued. ens and landed in jail with several defendant's nttornoya agreed to seounces of hirdshot in his anatomy, was Tho lect from the bystanders, but tho ComBent to the ponitentinry for two years. monwealth's attorney waa suddenly tiken with tho apring fever nnd refused A hout Licenses. Tho law providing continuing tho case that when a license, expires between to agree to it, thua till next court. It ia a good thing for courts thu person licensed can continue business until tho noxt court, Messrs. tho jailer but the Commonwealth Bullera P. W. Green and Joo Cotley withdrew by tho action. The grandljury found 11 indictments their application for license yesterday, Friday, making 50 in all nnd adjourned. ns tho ones they have do not expire unThey will mako application James WIckerabnm wna indicted in two til linoxt court day, provided tho election cases by Mr. Crabtreo for furnishing quor on election day, but ho saya ho can fails to show n majority for tho drya. prove out of it. W. S. Dryo, Jr., who claima to hnvo daily Tho court finally adjourned Saturday uougtit out weatnerioru iV lirown s sanftor Bonding thrco negroes to tho peniloon, applied for licenso although their tentiary, Ed Welch, murder, two yonrs; licenso does not expire for two months Trice, burglary, twq years, and Win. Wright applied for n similar per- Win. Greon Hintt, till tapping, three yeara. mit to keep nt Jonnthuu Russell's stand Two other negroca wero given jail senA petition signed by considerably over tences, Preaton Hays Williame, six a majority of tho citizens of Huatonvillo for stealing clothing nnd Win. was presented nnd tho case was contin- months Alcorn 30 daya for stealing a turkey. A ued till Thursday. white man, Wui. King, got 30 daya for A formidable petition was presonted stealing a hog. Odio Paul's bail waa re against John 15. Smith's application for John Tray duced to S2.500 from license at tho Mullina Houso, South Fork lor wna givon boil in 51,000 for cuttiug trestle, and ho withdrew it. his brother. Capt. Wm. ilerndon wna P. W.'.Green applied for renewal of allowed for four daya as special judgo.S. at tho Commercial Hotel, McKln and J. N. Menefeo S24 for ney, nnd alter a long contest it was M. Owena $18 waiting on tho court. County Clerk G. granted. Thero nro 05 votors in tho 13. Cooper reported S711.55 on deeds, town nnd it waa found that 32 had promortgages, licenses, Ac; J. P. Kailny tested, nfter tbooo not entitled to vote $403.20 on petitions, fines, Ac., nnd Judge bad been scratched from tho list. Af 823 for a Bimilar tax. G. terwarda Judge Varnon thought that it W. E. Varnon L. Penny, trustee of tho jury fund, says was too close and granted a rehearing that he paid jurors at this term $755. A and fixed thotlmo for Saturday. large number of claima for pauper idiots, The prohibitionists claim to have 18G woro allowed against proteatanta on their paper against the rewarda, fees, Ac, the Commonwealth, which together granting of license in Stanford, which is with tho other expenses, makes quite a over a majority. turn drawn from the treasury, y. Dud-derar's R. W. Fletchbu, an unusually well informed colored man from Lannnaler. Bpoke at tho court-houSaturday night to n largo crowd in favor of nrohibition. Samuel Itout, a local orator of tho Bamo color, also orated. so HAVE M ASKED - That - ABOUT II Hoo Benedict arrested and took to Danville tho other day, Henry Gilpin, who is wanted for hog stealing nt Parkavillo. He caught him nenr Milledgevillo. Ligo PetiJur-grafwho was with Gilpin when the theft was committed, is now servinc a Bhort term in the pen. TiiBip.-Constnble We mean the elegant, varied and complete line of t, Watches, Cloeks, Jewelry & Silverware THE Tim meeting of tho Caledonian Society at tho next Saturday night is looked forward to with much pleasure. Besides an interesting debate, several young ladies will m'ng solos and tho Uniformed Stanford Gold Band will discourse some of its best music. court-hous- e Jeoueler, every .arti? Just 22i) married women and over 100 of those single bits of loveliness abound in and around Stanford signed a petition printed In tho Inteiuoii Journal asking all to vote for prohibition. What chance have the drinkora with thiH broadeide arrayed against thorn? Courier Journal. A that Is now showing. tfLowest prices, courteous attention, and we guarantee cle sold. We arc dispatch from Barbourvillo aays Hustling For Your Trade. Don't wou want to give it to us We know you will wocn you see our stock, so we INVITE YOU TO CALL. that young W. B. King, who suddenly disappeared from homo about tbreo weeka ago, has been located at Memphis ao hia family any. Thero has been no reason assigned for his sudden departure, and tho wholo matter yet remains a mystery. About the 21st of February ho left home one evening lato after eating a hearty supper and paid nothing to any one about hia intentions, and foul play waa suspected for quite awhile. He ia largely in the lumber businers, but is not involved, and his conduct ia inexplicable. He ia a son of B. B. King, of this county. m Eed Hot Shots From our Dress Goods Department. ! ... It. Lkk Mbtcalf, the fellow who tried to beat the fair association out of 535. tho amount ho owed for privileges, and who afterwards enmo back as an actor the "Bright Idea Co.." and stole tho manager's umbrella, is at last in jail at Lexington where he should have been yeara ago. Ho got a friend to casli a check for $12 drawn on tho PImmix Bank, nt Lexington, while ho was at Mt. Sterling, and when the friend found out lie had been "worked" ho vory prompt ly went to Lexington and had Metcalf arrested. He was given bail in tho sum of jo00 but he couldn't raise it and now ho languishes in durance vile. (?) in HKW ADVEETISFJIENW. 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. . t? Courier-Journa- l, "pta-tifero- us Our Line of Novelty Dress Patterns Is Unsurpassed. Neat Effects in small figures and checks are the rect styles for Spring. We have them and at cor- grief-stricke- n PBIOES TO SUIT TOU SEVERANCE & SON. ? Ky. Midland R'y, Shortest ant quickest between stead-Actio- n Cincinnati and Frnulcfort Only Direct Line between Frankfort, Georgetown nnd Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Cynthiana, Falmouth and Covington. via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Time Tablj Nor. 16, 1883. TRAINS EAST. No. 1. No 3. p. m. am. Leave Kraoklort A 700 400 ' Summit 706 4 ofi " Klknorn .711 411 " Switxer 718 420 ' Stamping Ground.739 431 ' Duvall 736 438 BEAUTIFUL SPRING TIE! Alc for tirkets Trains No. 7. p. m. 100 t 10 113 140 a 00 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 arc in good condition to furnish raiment for the bodyv shoes for the feet and coverings for the head. See our " " " " " " Johntou a 10 3 00 t. Arrive l'ans (lenrjrctown C. S. Depot Newton OntrevilUt Kluabetti II 7 4a 4 ...74a 7 5 43 ......80S 8 16 450 J 06 517 5 5 ao 135 ao j 35 3 ring GinghamcSatGsncSGrgc:, Percales, Henriettas, 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 8J to 25c, regular bordered apron ginghams at 10c. A lot of French Satteen Comforts at $2, worth $$. A lot of Blankets at half price, and all of our $12.50 and $15 Overcoats now reduced to SS.50. A good whole stock a, C Sao 830 aj 540 a) 345 400 TRAINS WEST. Arr Kllubcth Arr Ccntreville I.ve Paris ..C No. a. a. m. 903 j 15 No. 4. No. 8 p m. a. m. 550 A rr Newtown. Air C. S. Depot .9M ..oaj II too 6ot No. la p. m. 440 4 t, 58 45 Arr Georgetown Arr Duvall jijo ArrStamp'g Ground 11 37 -- U 49 ArrSwitaer ArrKlkhotn tt j6 Arr Summit 1101 Arr Frankfort ..A .. .19 10 A connects with I.. It Arrjohnwn. 1117 1134 940 bu 630 515 &00 635 64a $43 655 70S 715 ai 73a S 830 810 905 915 935 749 800 jo Fine Brogan Shoe At $1. A good boys' lace Kip shoe at Si. 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. C connects with K. C. connects with (.. .V .V N. C. and L. S. SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Kranklott 9 45 a. m; Georgetown in 40 a. m. l.vc Georgetown 11 10; arrivn Kranklott 12 10 p. m. Tho Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points South, Kast, Sorth aud West. For further information apply to their agents. C. D. BKKCAW', Gen Pass. Agent. GEO. II. HARPEK, Gen. Supt. HUGHES & TATE. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD, NEW STOCK, I have about completed my stock of goods which is composed of to-da- y. KY. Capital Stock Surplus m - $200,000 21,300 Attention of the public is invited to tho fac Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an amount equal to the stock, ao that depositors ol this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five a worn statements of thoconditicn of the bank are made each yearto the United States government and Its assets are examined at stated times by government agents, thus securing addititona and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as th Deposit Dank of Stanford in 1S58, then ited as the National Dank ol Stanford in 1S65 and as the Hirst National Hank ol again Stanlord in 1S82, has had practically an uninterof 31 years. It is better supplied rupted existenco now with lncUitles for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Account of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-teChat this is tho only National d. 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, Bknnie Weaken, Clerk. -- TO YOUE IWTEJBjBISTo W. H. HIGGINS. H.g.RUPLEY,-- The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Forestus Reid, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. llaydea, Stanford ; S. II. IIaughman,Lincoln; J. S. Ilockcr, Stanford; W. A. Trlbblo, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; J. T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J .Miller, Mt. Vernon S.Hocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKinney,iAssistant Caahler. 1k5!Hpw ;i Eeceiving His SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS? call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me ir.'2jX , -V .,&. j3JK-i- -t j yy.X.'-- . Mn'Vfr f M.-T- J. r ffW Semi-Week- ly Interior Journai AT Published Every Tuesday and Friday $2 J?KXt ViflilU IVADVANCK 3When not so pid SU.fJO will be charged." K.C. ' at i'.to it p. Train m. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:0a a. ra., arcs Howiand at returning L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mail tram going North Express . -- .137 pro South.......... ........! 13 pm " South. .......................... 11 51 pm train " " NorthM.......................3iara Lcal Freight North......... ... South,. " The latter tralm alto carry paiiengera. The above It calculated on itandard time. 1st it about ao minute falter. QUEEN & CRESCENT Blue-Grass .936am .....Jo;p n Solar ROUTE. Going North tralm Junction City ns 6 a. m. Veslows: Vestibule L0c.1l 12.55 P m Florida tibuie Limited 3 p j 4 a m Limited Florida "South N. O. Vestibule 11:55. p. m.Blue-Grp. n. Ltmreltt p m Licit Vestibule arrives 3:40 p. m. ps i:t as Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. Tr y it. We are tho sole agents lor Stanlord Jand Row!land. Office corner ol Depot street and rail- road crossing. HtGGINS A WATTS. 6 ' JIIk'u i:eryTlnus Semtor Huwhy of Connecticut was 1 I would liko to exchange some met in tbo senate lobby by newspaper At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries ono mile West or KlnK'Villf, Lincoln county. We have at fitie a man on tin dn- the news came of Adin Coibin, Ky., stock of Fruit Trees as any man ever handled, Roal firing on the Brazilian miral Binh:-.!n'revJr lor trtniplaniing nto orchtrd and gardrn Improved or un proved, lor time geod Stallions rebel ship. Hi- h.. lift beard tbo news. Tomatoes, this Fall Orchards of Apples and l'eachca will Corn, hori he assorted 10 suit customers at J10 per hundred. and tfsaddle or harnessCHliSINUT, Corbin, Ky. I). T. But when h w 1 ukrd what bo thought The trees ate nice, tho varieties the best. EveryString Beans, of tho American iijv.i1 ofucer's action bo Succotash, thing needid to malo home attractive and the LABOR SAVING COW STALL. ho round here. Fer circulars promptly rei iied, "Ho did just right." Early June Teas, Gibbs small Peas children happy will J.A.MtKUK&CO., address D. S. Klugsvllle, Ky. "But," mid the correspondent, "you Neat nail Unruly Drvlre l'or Making It IJakcd S Potatoes 64 French Peas, At the old stand ol J. II. Green, In don't know wbatlio did, senator." Cltuii lUelf. what ho did," tbo Pears, "I don't caro a Apricots, Mr. J. C. Early ot Virginia bit.? Hustonvlllo, - - Kontucky, a si'lf chanir.g cow stall, which senator replied. "Ho is an Amerlcnn in Peaches, Sliced Pineapple, commaud of our qunriron. And whatis described in Tho American Agricul Hasjhst rrccived an excellent addition to hit ever bo did was right." Dotroit Freo Grat'd Pineapple, Oysters, stixk of Furniture and cordially invites you n call turist. His ideas about cow and cvaminelt. He is alto agent Olhrr We have opened on Iepot Street a would, it adopted, save much labor, Press, White Cherries, Butcher Shop, where we will keep at all timet the Chilled anil Silver Steel Plows ns for the rrprlrs well as Red Ciierries, meats that the country affords We will han- lor tame. No plows stand higher In the cttima best both in feeding cows nnd cleansing their A I.oyiil O'ltlren. tlon of tho public than these. His stock ol harness Gr.gauger plums Clov'r leaf salmon dle nothing but the best and will Etnbles. Tho desciiption of stall and and saddles is larger than ever. Hat alto added a line of lluggirt, Surreyt and Stoves. Roast Hecf, Mushroons, feeding niratigeuieutri is ns follows: CASH ONLY, Black Smith .Shop for rent, located on College, SFXI in feeding, in place of troughs there-iand Main Streets, lluttonvillo. Best located shop Chipped Peef, Ox Tongue, At we can not keep books. Our customers will In the west end ol Lincoln co. Gixv' smith can n MiKxith floor without obstruction I served In the best ttvlo .'lid we solicit the pat- get all the work he is looking far. Apply to mo Deviled Ham, Potted Ham, running in fruut of nil tbo cows and G ronage ofthe public. We alio buy irood eornfrd In Hustonvllle, only ono smith in town and I). S. CARPENTER. feet wide and on tbo snmo lovel ns tho Mackerel, Amcr. Sardines, cattle3m hoKs. ANDERSON CAHK .V CO., rUanford, Ky. 83 floors of tho stalls, so the cows can feed Mustard Sardines. without waste. Thero aro long, narrow I bins for gin in at rloso intervals on tho in V. U. HlLBY.IProprlotor, outside of this floor, so that tho grain can bo taken in a scoop and poured to mjr employment Mr. William Tomato Catsup, agent for the taleLandKrafl's the SwUt andas Ger- London, - - - Kontucky. Preserves, each cow without carrying heavy loads of landt In I have moved to my new Hotehand am better man Colony at Otlcnbeiiii, Lincoln county, Ky., Celery Sauce, Chili Sauce, from a distant menlrooiu. Tbo silugo has ceued and MR. VM HUSKK Is now mv than ever to accommodate the public is shoveled into a wheelbarrow and is be revoked. shall 'Ood Pepper Sauce, Mustard dressing, agent theretor until auchageucy purrhateand sale sired. Llvrryallachod and every convenience delegal matter concerning the All Give me aall. wheeled and dumped in front of each or tuch lands will be aWendrd toby W It. Miller, FRANK KILKY. V White Onions, Olives, my of Staufortl, Ky y OTTENHKIMF.R 6,'i. J SffJan. f rN Qto cyC 11 Something to Eat Fruit Trees For Sale ! NOTICE I - s Estnto 95-- CARPENTER, well-know- n ITow Moat Shop. first-class FOR s Heinz' Goods Stock. 1TOTICE THE RILEY HOUSE L - 3i. fl New stock of Canned goods, every can guaranteed. Chrystalizcd Pic Preparation, Vanlloutcns Cocoa and Atmore's Plum Pudding. Th.0 71orono9 Hotol, JELLICO TENNKSSKK, SURGEON DENTIST. Office over McRjbertt Drug Store In thi new Ovslev Build inc. Stanfoid: ..' Kf tcxt A. S. PRICE, FLOOR OF SELF CLEANING COW STALL. McKINNEY & HOCKER. This is tlw man who sticks up for his employer. "Wonder. I MMR Dealer In Mrs. J. B. Montgomory, Prop. 3J-6- 7 The best hole! In tha city and the only oae with a sample rom for drummers Ktpecia altenUon to the traveling public. Rales Jj. cow, tho long lovel feed floor making this as easy as running a car on a track. Abovo tho cow stable is tho room for hay and forage, which is all cut lino by horsopower nnd distributed over tho room by u carrier attached to tho cotter, which sets in tho center of tho long room. When used, after filling to ono Dr. E. C West Nerve and Brain Treatment Is gold under poslUro written guarantee, by authoragenU only, to cure Weak Memory; Loas ot end it is turned around and run until ised Drain and Nervo Power; Lot Manhood; QuicknoM; the opposite end is filled. Tbero is a Night LoMee; Evil Dream; Lack of Conndenco; JferTOOtnesn; LnMitadc; nil Drains; Loa of Power chuto (a) between every two cows, and of the Generative Organ In elthsr sex, canted bjr tho cut forago runs down without tbo Youthful Errors, or Excessive Uo of Tobacco, Opium or Llqu'ir. thlch eonn lead to usu of a basket or fork. Miser, Consumption, Insanity "id Death. By mall, Tho partitions aro between every two SI a box; 0 for 15: with wr't'en Kuaranteo to cure or refundmoney. WEST'S COt. OIIHVKUP. A certain cows and aro only 3 feet long, with a cure for Cough. Cold, AMhma, Uronchltls, Croup, Whooping Cough, Soro TliroU. Pleasant to take. tight board floor of tho same longth. Small Mis discontinued; ol l,.vc.Blit, now be; old Back of this, extending to sills of stablo, Issued oclj by Ielze,uowWc tbero is a trapdoor, the length that tho A. R. PENNY, Ky. Btall ii wide and hinged to sill of stable, so as to raiso up to get out manure. This door is inndo of 3 inch strips, .IK VOU ARE GOING....... nailed to fivo 2 by 4 inch scantling and ono inch apart. This door baa a space 8 inches wido immediately back ot tho MHlJHEtHHI cow's bind feet for tho manuro to drop through. ThiB space has a door, simply a board 8 inches wido, which is hinged on tbo side farthest from tho cow and let down when tha cows go in or out and then raised and kopt up for tho LouiaviiLC . Nashville R. R. manure to drop through whilo tbo cows I nro in tho stable. This spaco must bo regulated to each pair of cows, which is It the line for you, as its easily dono by using moro or less of tho 3 inch strips next to tbo solid floor. The cows stand with thoir bind foot and Make cloie connections at their back paits over tho grating. Tbo LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI mauuro pit extends partly under tho cows and will hold moro than a month's For all points. tnanuro. Tbo cows aro held by fastenTHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. KAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH ings in front of tho stalls. Mf NEW aUAllA-TF.K- Stanford, KTORTK WEST, eh'r" He Could Hnvo It. of stanford.:ky.. Occasionally thero comes n reminis-cenc- o of tho runaway darky which bIiows It now fully organised and ready for business wiia not only his humor, but bis irrepressible Paid up Capitaljof - - $200,000 longing for tbo boon of freedom. Beforo . 21000 tho war there camo into tho public room Surplus, of a hotel in Canada, near tbo frontier, SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAI BANK OK STANFORD, ono day, n bright looking negro. "I s'poso you'ro a runaway slave," Now closing up) with the tame atsttaaad undtr the same management, said ouo of tbo men in tho room, lookBy provisions of its chatter, depositors are ai protected aa aie depositors In NaUona ing sharply at tho newcomer. Feeling fully Banks, that ho was pretty well away from bond-ag- Iiaole to its shareholders being held Individual!) the extent of the amount of their stock tho darky responded in tho affirma- therein at the par value thereof, in addition to thi amount invested in such shares. It may act as tive. executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully a. "Well, wo'ro glad enough that yon'vo an individual. to To got away, but you don't seem to look very while those who entrusted their buisincstBank u ol mnaglng the Lincoln National poor. Ilavo good clothes down south?' Stanford, we we here tender our manv thanks and they will continue to transact their busmeai "Suttingly, 6ah, uauiu clothes as my trust ut, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten with mnssa." tion to tame, our twenty yeart experience u banking and at liberal accommodations at are cos. "But yon got a good many thrasldngs, with sound banking. o, Fanners BanMTrnst Co THE OLD Groceries, Candies, JACKSOIT HOUSE, SAM 11. Fancy Goods, WARNACK, Pror. London, - - KENTUCKY. Fruits, Sec. Desires to thank you for your patronage during the year which is almost gone and asks a continuance during the coming-year- . When Hungry try one of his Refitted and refumtthl and in every way prepared to attend the want of tht public Kates very reasonable. 51 Cm TO THE XaABXES. Having secured the tcrvicet el Miss Mattte Allen from Cincinnati at Trimmer far thit teaaun. I cordially Invite the ladiea to Inspect a carefully selected stock ol Millinery at prlcet to suit the times. The ladles are Invited to see .ay nice, ucw line ol Stamped Linen and Embroidery Materia M1SSI.ICC1E 1IEAZLEV, Sunfetd,Ky. tistent Commercial McKINNEY, KY. mentioned Kinney and have attached a Firat-Ola- ss Hotel, Hotel at Mc you?" "Nobbcr had a whipping in my life, J. J. S. H. Shanks, Stanford; "Nover thrashedl Well, but I suppose J. S Owtley, Stanford; you don't always get enough to eat, do S J. Eiubry, Stanford; Bah." J rUHBCTORt: Williams, Mt. Vernon ; 25 CTS MEALS And you will certainly go back and try him again. I have bought above Doable Dally Trains certainty." "Always had enough, iremmen neb- bor went hungry." "What!" said tho persistent interrogator. "Good clothes, no punishmeut, plenty to eat. Now, just think of it," he said, addressing a group of lounger. "This fellow has left a position where ho enjoys all these privileges for an un- B. Owtley, Stanford; J. F. Cash, Stanford; Bar and Pool Room. William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mtlledtreville, Ky W. H. Cummins, Frcacaersviltt S. H. Shanks, President, Dr. J.'B. Owsley, Cashitr, W. M. Blight, Teller. Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and am better than ever Proparcd to Accommodato tho Public. Hpecitl attention to Commercial Men. line Uvery and Feed Stable attached. w. G KEEN. Proprietor. JESS ROUT, Manager. Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, Ky. Practical CARPET WEAVER, Hat lately purchased the cclcbiated "Gemmon," replied tho darky, "all I'zo got to say respectin dom privileges is dat if any ono ob you wants to avail do situation am still openl" Youth's Companion. They Willie. Relatives of tho old fashioned sort nro sad disturbers of tho dignity of tho rising generation, especially when they trot out pot names in public, as all fond par ents of tbo old fashioned sort invariably insist on doing. It's a difficult thing for a parent to realize, anyway, that his child has grown up. Thero is a young mnn in a position of great trust in ono of tho largest mercantile establishments Cf this town. He camo from tho country originally, but would rather havo that forgotten. Yesterday a littlo old man entered tho counting room. Ho was dono up in about fivo lengths of red and yellow scarf and gave other evidences of hailing from tho latitude of Johnson's creek or Findley's lake. "Is Willio in?" ho asked tho clerk nt tho counter. "Willie? Who's Willie?" questioned tho puzzled youth. "Why, onr Willie. lie's clcrkin it hero, ain't he?" Tho young man was about to reply that Willio was not on his visiting list when tho stately gentleman who is known to tho head of tho firm as "William," to tho cashior and tho principal bookkeeper ns "Will," and to tho other employees as "Mr. Jones," with tho accent on tho "3Ir.," camo forward and greeted tho visitor as "father." But ho will never again bo called any namo iu that establishment, even by tho smallest office boy, except "Willie." Buffalo Ex press. "VVunte.l ELECTION NOTICE. LINCOLN Ct UNTV COURT. KeguUr Term, Jan y t. is4. Lincoln County Court on the jth day of January. $94, tigned br a number of legal votert of the Huttonville Magisterial (District asking that an order be made calling an election lu be held in tald precinct on the tath day of March, 1894,10 take the tense of the legal voters of tail precinct, who arcoualified to vote at an election for county otflccrt, upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquora shall be sold, bartered or loaned therein, same to apply to DRUGGISTS, except upon sales for sacramental purposes, said petition coming on for hearing on the 5th day of Jauuary, t&4. It being the first day of the rrgular term of the Lincoln County Court, and It appearing that the legal voters of tald precinct limine said petition represent more than as per cent, of the votea cast In said precinct at the last of the and all f;rneral election, compiled the requirements with; It is ordered that been an election beheld In the Huttonville Magisterial I'reclncton the 14th day of March, 1H04, between the houis of 7 a in. and 4 p. m. lor the purpose or taking the sense of the legal voters or said precinct, who are qualified to vote at elections for county otlicers, upon the propotiuon whether or not spirituous, vinous or suit liquors shall be told, bartered or loaned therein, the tame to apply to DUUuGISTS, except upon aalct lor tacraroental purposes, the result of said election to be certified to and returned as icqulred by Isw In elections for county olliceri. The following officers are appointed to hold laid election: Voting l'reclnct No. 1. F. II Robinson and H. R. Camnlti, Judges; J. F. otmg Goode, Clerk, W. D. Mocker. Sheriff. l'rectnt No. ,: J T. Rose and W. I). Weather-ford- . II. Adams, Clerk, I. T Ilohoii, Judges, L. Sheritl. Voting l'recinct No. 3 J. T Martin andC. L Crow, Judges, E.J. Tanner, Clerk, A G. Coiley, Sheriff. OKO. H. COOPER, A copy. Attett: Clerk Lincoln County. r THE GOFFEY HOUSE 31'AnVoKD, KY., Nowcorab Fly Shuttle Loom, $6-j- m For any information enquire of JOES. KICK. Agent, Or Stanford, Ky W. A. McQUOWN, Tray. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky Jala 11. Cattleman. A. G. Linham ROYAL Insurance Company OP LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, f, (Jioinarce 7T. Building', Louisville .HI Ageats throughout the South. X"3 A. TRIBBLE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KY. m ml CURES MALARIAL n Nature should be assisted to throw offinipuriticsoftlio blood. Nothing docs it so irell, so so promptly, or safely as Specific. 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