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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894031601 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. rjyjiVWsyJUffgi HHM nly' ''" ' ir- n,ttfiiwr I Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxn. LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MARCH 16. 1894. MIDDLEDURC, CASEY COUNTY. NO. 5 MATR!M0mAU,1ATTERS. o'clock Inst night, blind About Calvin Taylor, (ooUoru ami broken down, arrived at the KxclinngH Ilotol in tills place. Ho had boon taken to Louisville eoveral weeks no charged with retailing Tho Ciovermuent liquor unlawfully. took compassion on his unfortunato condition and turned him loose. It is reported that the ely archer, cupid, is directing arrows in direction of tho heart of our old companion in arms, Mai, Geo. W. Drye, who lined to gallautly lead charges in many a bloody contest in tho nnplensantnens somo years no. It is curious how one who could faco powder and smoku bo unlllnchiiiKly would Btirrondor bo easily to tho adroit little imp. Deputy Jailer, V. W, Urown, has at last declared himself as a candidnte for jailer at tho Nbvembor election. It was thought for awhile that tho olllco would KO begging, but every row and then n candidate Is coming out. It is also reported that Jeaso Uooloy, of tho Yoo nilto section, is a candidato for that office. Mr. John V. Wilkinson has lately come out on tho democratic sldo. As for candidates for other ofllcee they are Somo of too numerous to mention. thorn will bo certaiuly left in tho future Wo liavo recently received a copy or two of tho Wlnfleld (Kansas) Dally Courier, from which wo make the following extract: Tho oncampmont at Newton acted on Capt. Fishback's resolution requesting tho delegates to tho National encampment to use their elibita to havo tho next National Encampment hold at Louisville, Ky., his old home, by instructing tho delegates to vote to put the encampment South of Mafion and strong lino. Tho Captain made Captian J. Hrent plea for his old homo." Fiahback is well known in Central having once resided in Pulaski Ho was a gallant ollker in county. Wol ford's Covalry, and has many friends among tho survivors of that regiment. Ho resided tome years in Loulsvlllo His old boforo emigrating to Kansas. comrades in arms will bo much pleased to learn that he is using his inlluenco to havo tho annual meeting of tho G. A. H. in his native State. 11 Dix-on'B Mr. Jim. I. Hamilton takes charge n( tho poatollico tonight, Thursday. Ho will retain Deputy Eph. Brown for awhile. Tho oilloo will bo kept where it is for tho present. Tho firo Wednesday afternoon is another proof of tho noed of water works. It is nearly Impossible to pull tho chemical engine by hand to tho suburbs of town, and when it is gotten thoro tho Mrs. Lucinda Lwilmm, wifo of Elijah At a wooden wedding celebration in Lanham, died on tho 2nd itiBt. of con- - Brooklyn thero wero 24 guests, and 17 of sumption tlibtn brought presents of c'othes pins to Mr. Elisha Gifford, who lost his tho happy couple. house by fire, hnd failed to renew his inThero aro deep, dark hints that a surance, which expired but a few days young Stanford lawyer is to become a before. Benedict before the May flowers bloom, W. G. Miller will movo to his now hut he deuiges of it. residence this week. Mr. George Sluder, A Hardin county farmer says that who moved to Indiana somo two years tho devil owed him n debt and is paying llremon are ho exhausted thoy can not ago, has returned. him in His sixth daughter Tho editor got his "death's doings" wos married Thursday and ho has five do rtlicinnt work. Besides the old pquirt gun is about worn out and very seldom and "matrimonial mutters" somewhat more left. mixed in Tuesday's issue, though as his works at all. Tho engagement of Minister Thurs-ion- , paper is always so nearly correct, this Tho firo alarm again croatod an Hawaiian representative at Washon Wednesday afternoon. The littlo matter should not ho charged up to ington, and Misa Harriet Potter is anroof rf Mrs. Clay KaufimaD's residence, him as a crime. nounced. She was cashier at tho HawMisses Mattio Elliott and Maymo aiian exhibit at the mid winter fair. on Danville Avo. caught from sptirka from tho kitchen line and boforo tho Karris, of Somerset, are visiting Miss Mr. Ansel Baugh entered into his Haines could ho extinguished, n largo Carrie Cloyd. Mr. E. P. Woods, of Lin- third matrimonial alliance this week. holo was burned in tho roof. Tho dam- coln, camu down last week to seo his un- Mrs. Nannie Fnrmer, a comely widow of age will bo small and Is fully covered by cle E. S. Fisher. V. B. Coleman Is fur- 31, being tho fortunato lady. The groom nishing news items from this place to is hearing down on three scoro and ten. insurance. Co cut NoTKs.Georgo Huffman, tho tho Mountain Eclio. Nelson Wilcher Fred Gebhardt, the wealthy New tho white boy charged witli outraging made a Hying visit to Lexington last Yorker, and Miss Louise Morris wero Ids 0 year-ol- d niece, was given 8 years week. Ilobt. Hail returned Saturday married in Baltimore Wednesday. Fred In the penitentiary. Simeon Engleman, from a visit to his parents in Pulaski used to rush Lily Laugtry,tho faded colored, confessed to breaking into a county. Jersey beauty, but he stopped that long Mr. II. D. Gifford, ourefiiciuntcoun-t- v ago. storo and waB sent up for throo years. surveyor, sold his property at public In Manitoba there are 10,178 bacheThe case against Eh Doty for killing Charley White, was continued until Au- auction Thursday, and trill start at once lors who have Bent word that they regard gust court. Teddy Pascoe was fined f 10 to Texas. Mr. Gifford is one of our best celibacy as a failure, nnd that 1G.17S in two cases for selling "green frog" smo- citizens, and will be sadly missed espec- homes nnd hearts are ready for a corresking tobacco and cigaretto paper to a ially by tho Christian church, of which ponding number of women ungallantly person under 10 years of ago. Honry ho waa a most zealous member and one deemed "superfluous" in this country. Heddick, colored, was fined $50 for ma- of tho beat informed members of that Now is a chance for the old maids. son-in-law- MY STOCK NOW COMPLETE Of Children's and' Men's Clothing. Prices Tq M The Hard Times. H. J. McROBERTS. STREET. NEW CASH STORE. ON EAST MAIN You can save money by examining my'ncw stock of goods and paying Cash for 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 K ' Elder W. L. Williams will preach at Call and sec me, look through my stock and you will agrece that you tiio Christian church Sunday ou "Prohi- can save money by trading with me. bition from a Scriptural Standpoint." Sam Small has scooped in 50 sinners thus far and will continue his meeting until Sunday. In Covington, Rev Dr. Blackburn has had, during his four years as pastor Jury. of First Presbyterian church, 320 new Circuit court is progressing finely. members. Judgo Saulley is dispatching business A telegram from Bishop T. U. Dud- Opposite Coffey House, rapidly and in a manner that gives genloy stated that it was impossible for him eral satisfaction. His chnrge to tho grand to fill hia appointment nt tho college jury was lucid and forcible; his remarks chapel lost night. In regard to tho enforcement of the laws Tiiore will bo 19 full graduatea in for the protection of game receiving tho Baptist Theological Seminary at Lou- Has opened a nice line of Household Furniture and will put them out marked attention. He gave many exisville and thoy woro entertained Tuea at the lowest cash price. cellent reasons why these laws buohUI day night by Dr. Broaddus. be enforced and tho original manner in WILLIAMSBURCWHITLEY COUNTY. Rev. W. T. Poyntor, of Shelby ville, ! has sent out a circular letter to ministers Pennington was In Loudon last which ho treated the subject will awakMat en an interest in tho minds of the peo of his denomination, Methodist, South, To those buying a nice, new, clean bill of Furniture. week. Those wantplo that will doubtless result in great asking their opinion on tho question of ing anything in my line will make it profitable by seeing my line beMiss Bingham music claas will givo good. Tho fish and birds must bo proorganic union with the Methodistchurch fore buying elsewhere. Give me a call and be convinced. a musical next Friday evening. and on tho removal of tho time limit will bo pub- tected from the depredations of seines, Tho Corbln Enterprise from the pastorate. next copy will be issued dynamite and pot hunters. John Sam lished again, tho Owsley, Jr., tho able and popular young Mrs. Elliott F. Shepard is planning 23rd. tho tho erection of a church near her coun There will be a box supper at Watts Commonwealth's attorney, is dischargtry homo on the Hudson oa a memorial creek school house for tho benefit of tho ing his duties in a manner highly credAll signs, except Prevaricator Foster's of her husband It is to be beautiful in now Baptist church next Saturday night. itable to himself and he has won tho admiration and esteem of the people gen- forecasts, point to an early spring. The architecture and will be the most costly Tho county is full of republican can- erally. straita botween tho great northern lakes church odifice ever erected by ono indi didates far the county dikes and among havo opened to navigation earlier this vidual in the United States. CRAB ORCHARD. W. them are two colored men Henry year than any oi the past eleven years; W. W. WbIIbco has sold hia farm of Bond for County clerk and Clin Brad (URLAVKI) LCTTKII.) and the oldest inhabitant can not recall 120 acrea, near Danville, on the Shaker-tow- n I have about completed my stock of goods which is composed of ford for jailer. Rev. Ben Helm, of Stanford, haa a March than this ono piko to Jno. Huguely, at $100, or It. S. Crawford spent Saturday and been working hard in our midst and sevhas so far proven, despite the prophesy $12,000. Mr. Wallace gnvo $S0 per aero Queens-ware- , Suntlay in Pine Knot. C. W. Lester is eral havo united with tho Christian and that it would be worse than any of it for the place, but since purchasing it haa In Wayne county attending court. J. N. Baptist churches. Wo appreciate his predecessors. As God tempered tho put upwards of $3,400 in improvements Sharp has gone to Richmond on business efforts in behalf of our people. Ho Iirs winter winds to tho unsheltered sheep, upon it. this week. anointed several and Mr. Dunegau who so tho now born lambs may confidently Tho Methodist aro making exten Plows, Salt, Lime, Cement, &c, all bought at the lowest CASH Last Friday evening tho young la- was lying at death's door waa healed and count upon a continuation of tho same sive preparations for tho series of special PRICE, and having no old stock to carry, I am able to give prices dies of tho Academy gave n boan bag is now out of a sick bed testifying to providential kindness until they are services to begin nttho Methodistchurch that will be drill. They were well trained and drilled God's goodness, and power to raise tiiose ready for market. But if a wicked and Sunday. Rev. Va light, of Harrodsburp, like soldiers. After the drill the young who trust him. He desires to thank the perverse generation would have still an- and Prof. Fogg, the lay evangelist, who people had a social. good people of town for their kindness other sign of the stability of this somewill have charge of the choir, have been Thero is prospect for Willuiusburg to him while ou a sick bed. what too previous ethereal mildness, wo very successlul in conducting such meethaving electric light soon; somo of our To Investivate. Appreciating the favors shown me heretofore I Saturday's victory over tho llesh can point with confidence to the fact ings. energetic citizens are at work on tho and tho devil, has filled our people with again ask a share of your patronage. Respectfully, that old Farmer Simon Bolivar Buckner Peter T. Gentry, one of tho oldest plan ami wo aro very much in hopes joy and many prayers of thankfulness lias already pitched his Held and gurden residents and largest land owners in tho thby will be ablo to put it through. havo ascended tho great white throne crops, though he thinks it too soon to county, died Mouday night of old age in Tho Hexameter Society of tho Insti- for our deliverance. To Mrs. I). G. Bennie Weaken, Clerk. sow senatorial aspirations. Louisville his 75 year. Ho was a native of Maditute gave a literary entertainment last Slaughter is duo the praiso of all our peo- Tunes. son county. P. T. Gentry, Jr., F. M Friday evening in tho chapel at tho In- ple for stirriug them up to this move stitute. A largo crowd was out to hear ment. She lias "braved the lion in his Qukkn and OkksckntKoutk. "Glimp- Gentry, of New Orleans; B. F. Gentry, tho young people and were well repaid den" and worked untiringly, and accept- ses of tho World's Fair." A selection of of Lexington ; Richard, William O. Riul Thomas B., MiBs Julia K. Gentry and for tho time spent in going. ed meekly, all tho harsh tilings said of 102 Gems of the White City seen through Mrs. J. L. Gentry is in Louisville her for tho accomplishment of her de- theCiuuera. This handsome volume Mrs. A. I. Caldwell, of Danville, nre his Opposite Court-Hous- e children, who survive him. this week. Judge StiuHon (is having n sign and deserves more than a small containing 11)2 photographic In a sermon tho other day, Bishop neat frame cottage erected on his lot- - space hero allows mo to say of her, Our viows of tho entire Exposition, showing Dudley, of the Episcopal church, said: brickJ people desire to thank Hev. Mr. J. A. Cooley is building a now territorn all main bindings, nil state and Helm. life, is only obtained by unresidence near tho Academy. Mr. Chas. Lasloy, Dr. Doores and others for ial buildings, all foreigu buildings, Life, eternal is learning tho drug business their great work in our behalf. Mr. Las grounds, statuary, lagoons, nnd about 40 ion with Chriat. Therein our religion Curd, who A Complete Stock of with McKoborU. of StauTord, is at homo ley has been a steady worker wherever viewa of tho great Midway Plaisance, differs from all others. We saw that the on a visit. duty called him. To tho young men of will be sent to any address on receipt of first stop wob belief, faith; believe the Two colorel men wero out fishing in town is due great praise and wo would 'Jo cents and five cents for postage. This Gospel that God lovea men, nnd sent Hie a boat last week and carelessly got too liko to havo space to mention everyone book haa been issued by tho greatest of son to Bhow Hia love. Tho next step ia Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accubaptism. I will not epend n moment in near tho mill dam and not knowing how by name but we must Sam Mageo who Southern railroads the Queen k t Give him a Call. rately Compounded. to manago a boat very well went over. Af- did not even take timo to eat his dinner. Route and its excellence is with discussing modes of baptism. I had as ter considerable hard work they succeed Will Hansford, Dr. Willie Edmiston and out a tUw. A most delightful collection soon baptize a man in an ocean na in a od in getting out of tho boat but it was a Joo Mageo also worked steadily and of exquisite views, in a small and conv- toaspoonful of water. But I want to Bay narrow escape. enient-sized book. Many such collec- first of all that baptism is necessary to faithfully. Freeman and Miss Curns Misa Nell Send unite us with Christ. Remember, reDruggist, Stanford, Ky. tions aro largo and cumbersome. T. A. Bkaulkv, of Danville, desires generation is one thing; conversion is will leave in a few dayB for Gatliir your address and 30 cents to W. O. General Paaserger Agent, Cin- another. I have been converted many N. 0. to spend several weeks. Dr. everyone to call at Farris fc Hardin's times; whenever I go wrong and turn W. Murphy haa gono to Texas to select a grocery and examine the Cooley Cream- cinnati, 0. Evoryone guaranteed. "Perhaps you would not think so, but a very back I am converted. Ono word more, homo whero he will move shortly on ac er. large proportion of diseasos in New York comes wo aro baptized into membership felcount of his wife's health. Andy Moadoia from carletsness about catching cold," says Dr. A Million Frlondd. Tuesday. Win, PerSyrus Kdsn. "It la such a simple thing and so lowship, communion, but bear in mind went to Cincinnati A friend In need ti a friend indeed, and not leu common that very few people, unless it is a case New kins went to LouiBvillo Tuesday night to than one million have found just tuch a friend in ol pneumonia, pay any attention to cold. Atlan- that back of all is faith and repentance. l)r. Kinc'i New Discovery for Consumption, York I the hcallhist a Bpring stock of goods for Ma Coughs and Colds. If you have never used this tic Coastoue oiyet there are aplaces on the case of What is repentance? Forsaking sin. I purchase great many and Kreat. Cough Medicine, one trial will convince you catarrh and consumpUon whtcn have tnelr origin beseech you in Jesus' name oa you beban & Co. thatithaa wonderful curative powers in all dis- in this neglect ol the simplest precaution of every lieve, be baptized into His union; enter eases ol the Throat, Chest and Lungs. Kach bot- tlav life. The most sensioieauvice 1. wnen you sible. By Tho manager of tho Chicago Tele- tle Is guaranteed to do all that is claimed or mob kv. nne act rid ol it as toon at Edson docs all the atmosphere of life, eo that when the cy will bo refunded. Trial bottles Dr. not not neglect Iibb ordered that tho 1'ennj ', diug store. Large bottles free at A. R means 00how to cure a it.1' but we will, cold phone Exchange rake end cornea on earth you shall enter eter- Sterling Silver, tell you 50c and jt. Mantel Clocks, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will relieve the nal life." girls in his employ shall wear Bkirta that Bronzes, lungs, aid expectoration, open the secretions and Rich Jewelry, Four Bier Succosaoa. effect a permanent cure 35 and 50 cent botwill clear tho floor by three Inches. Having the needed merit to more than male soon (or Spectacles, Fine Watches, sale by Dr. S. G. Hocker, druggist. tles good all the advertising claimed for them, the lolAn attempt will bo raado in the owing four remedies hive reached a phenomenalRogers' Goods, Silver Plated Ware, Ie. A severe rheumatic pain in tne left shoulder ha J TIouso on Mouday to puss tho bill for lion, Or. King's New Discouery, for consump- Banquet Lamps, Onyx Tables, ipuzns ana ioias, each bottle guaranteed- - troubled Mr. J. H. Loper, a well known druggist great reim mccinc .lver Stom of Pes Molnei, Iowa, lor over six months. At When Baby waa slot, wu Rave, her Castori. tho admission of New Mexico oa a Stato. ach and uiiieri, ine iWkleu'i Imported Chinas, Novel Kidneys. demoArnica Salve, tho times the pain was so Revere that be could not When cho was a Child, sho cried for CastorU. beat in the world, and Dr. Kim Tho republicans will compel tho lilt auythlrjg. With all he could do he could not of the "Logan's Fort Souvenir which aro a perfect pill All these remedies aru Kct ml of It until he applied tjnamoeriatn't rain When she became) Miss, aha clung to Castori. present. Maker Art Goods and crats to havo a quorum guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them lUlm. "I only made three plications of it," ho When she had Children, she gvethem Caatoria. and the dealer whose name Is attached herewith sys,"And have since been rec irom all nam. Spoon. Pur stock the most complete. Our prices the lowest. We Cooley will be glad to tell you more of them. Soli recommends it to persons similarly afflict at A lie Bb Bure ond examine tho will convince you that this is the place to trade. K. Penny' Vtag fctore. ed, It is fy sale by Dr. b. U, Mocker, druggist. buy no other. Creamer and Hop-kinsville Ken-tuck- y, licious cutting. Hols the one that cut another negro buck of the Mason Hotel last fall. Dwight Mitchell, unlawful shooting, forfeited bond. John Smith, selling whisky, 25. 0. P. Tudor, for furnishing liquor to minor, $50. A largo number of cases for smaller offenses have been disponed of and the docket will be pretty well cleaned up at this term. Mr. Baylor Jennings is foreman of the grand congregation. Tho community regreta very much to givo him up. It was reported here some days ago and wo havo not heard it contradicted, that J. F. Allstott, of Big South Boiling Fork, had announced himself a candidate for County Clerk, subject to tho republican primary Aug 1th. We aro not per' sonally acquainted with Allstott, but ho is said to bo a monstrous clever man, having plenty of money. So ho may be in it when tho "tug of war" comes, though wo aro butting two to one on Dr. J. C. Dye. Supt. J. W. Hoskius was with us lately condemning old dilapidated school houses and ordering new ones built. Mr. Hoskins is well posted oa to his duty, and never fails to do it. Ho has caused a number of new houses be built siuco assuming the duties of his olllco, and there aro several now being erected. Surely no ollker in the county deserves more praise than Hoskins, who, on retiring from office will carry with him tho respect of everybody, especially that o' tho teachers who have worked under him during his administration of the ed ucational affairs of the county. bo-sid- hurghfaTrsT SMALL PROFIT FCTR CASK. J. C. FLORENCE. ILTIE'W" FURNITURE : STORE. 25 FEE CENT. REWARD W. W. WITHERS. N m w STOCKo milder-mannere- d Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Iron Wagon Material, 11 TO TOITJI INTIEMEISTo W. H. HIGGINS. MeRoberts' Drug Store, DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, half-ton- e Lu-cie- "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, Crea-cen- W. B. McROBERTS, Ash-villl- e, Rin-earso- n, . "W IE L IE THE - E KENTUCKV. IR, , STANFORD, O" B. H. DANKS, ties. Bric-a-Bra- c. no-- gja va .. -- ...,. , b Tlf"3'VfV Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Kw, - 8rANroRD, Larcii 10, 1S94 W. P. WALTON. 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVERY Pollnrtl-BreckimidRo IFIEailXrVY". ft i Tuehk wna r scene not down on the bills, as tho theatrical people say, in the Tuesday. case, Johnson, tho big, biirly lawyer for tho plaintiff, had scored n certain Kentucky lawyer in tho case, charin him with chicanery, and other such awful thiiipj. Col. Shelby, Breukiuridue's law partner, thinking that the remarks were intended for him endeavored to reply to them, but tho judge declined to hear him and adjourned court. This added injury to insult and the Kentucky blood iu the little bantam's veins boiled oyer and stationing himself where Johnson was sure Shelby A rcohe or less of impracticable to pass in leaving tho court-roomet at Pittsburgh, Pa., Wednesaccosted him with : "You have insulted me, sir!" "Well" was Johnson's reply day and launched a new political party in n peculiarly aggravating tone, where- upon an inoflending public, under tho upon tho 115 pounder jumped up and high sonuding name of the Progressive planted his littlo fist in tho big man's People's party. It is to be hoped, howface, as ho tried to get away. Col. Breck- ever that thin is tho last wo shall hear inridge and Calderon Carlisle, one of of it. Miss Pollard's counsel, rushed forward Thk Legislature paid the preachers to stop the row, when Desha Breckin- who prayed for it 1350, which is a pret-tridge, the fiery son of the defendant, steep sum, but if it was through the thinking that an aeeault was being made efficacy of their petitions that tho bedy on his father, dealt Carlisle a blow. The was kept from grievous sins, the money bailiila ran forward and soon smoothed was well spent. out war's wrinkled front. There were speculations on the probability of MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. tho men being sent to jail for ron Measlesaro epidemic here. Bradley said tempt, but Judgo Our place now has a saddler's shop. that the fracaa having occurred affor Si, worth $1.75. Ladies' Dongola Ihitton Shoes at 98c, worth Tho lime kiln is running full time. ter tho adjournment of his court he thk prettiest as well as ono of the Tho machinery was started in tho $1.69. Don't forget to look at our ladies' slippers that will be sold could take no cognizance of it, though keg factory yesterday. most convenient cottages in town is the for 75c, worth $1. 50. Uaby's shoes will go in this sale for 20c, woith ho embraced the opportunity to deliver from a ono that Mr. A. R. Penny has about Mrs. McPherson was thrown double the money. Our spring clothing comes piling in on us and we a mild lecture to the belligerants and to horso Tuesday afternoon nud painfully completed on tho lot in front of his resifull stock of Fruit an J Ornamental Tn-r- Grape must have room for it, therefore we will sell anything in that departsparagus, Small request them to say whether they had injured. dence and which will bo occupied by Vine, usually found a ruits, Shrubs, ami ever. thing nursery establishment ment at 50c on the $1. in J Don't forget that we arc selling men's hats at guns on their person or not. Col. ShelW. B. Penny. It is a very decided We tell direct to the pltnter and hare no neuls. Mra. Angolino Rennor, a reader, sub- Dr. Catalogue on application 25c a piece. by said ho never carried one iu his life scriber, and a faithful friend from away improvement to Lancaster Street. 11 F. IIILI Lexington, Ky. 5 and all the other of tho defendant's back, to tho "cheapest and best" renews Thk nicest and largest cake of butter lawyers asserted that they were unarmed her subscription. ASSIGNEES SALE OF evor sent to this office has been received till rhil Thompson, said "as I am the Joe Fredericks was adjudged insane from Mrs. J. E. Carson, whoso husband's only one left I enter a disclaimer also," and takon to Lakeland yesterday. Tho A cows has .an inter-Stat- e but we suspect the statement had a asylums at Lexington and Hopkinsville herd of Jersey color aud reputation. It is beautiful in string tied to it. There has been no new were to full too receive him. At Kingsvillo, Kontucky. superior in fhvor. Our thanka aro very case and it was developments in tho Emigration to the west from this cordially extended for the remembrance. A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor thought that all the ovidence for tho county seems to bo growing legs each At assignee of Olast .V Johnson, will, until T. D. RANEY, Manager. plaintiff would have been given by noon year, more man nan oi inoso wno go I will turthcr notice, tell AllInvitkd to Comb Hkar. yesterday, when, aa the Louisville Times eventually return to tho hills of their deliver an address on Local Option at CASH ! COST expresses it, Col. Breckinridgo was to nativity. on Friday evening at S tho The stock of merchandise at Kingsvllle which be placed, upon the stand to swear out Messrs. J. M. and W. II. Brown o'clock. Gentlemen and ladies, cranks Glat .V Johnson auigned to mc for the benefit of Madge Pollard when havo moved to the old Joplin hotel, late and lawyers, doctors, farmers, mer- ttwlr creditors. Die stock consists of Dry Good, of the lies be told Hoots, Hats, he repeatedly swore to marry her, though Pennington house and Mr. A. Penning, chants, mechanics, oificials, all classes, Thit Shoes, chanco Cap. Notions, Groceries, Ac a fine for bargains. Any person (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn,) desiring to buy the stock at a whole will do well he was already wedded to another and ton has moved to tho farm purchased of black nnd white, aro respectfully invited. to call on me for term All person indebted to the firm must come up preparing to wed that other eome more. Mr. J. M. Brown. Jos. ttallou. KDWAKD ALCORN. and tettlo with me. About half of the Congressmen have apFish is ill with fever. Miss Truttr. A.J. Land Salks. Mr. Thomas S. Parsons him testify Roy Jones returned to Middlcsboro yesplied for admission to hear has sold to L. Randall, of Laurel, his and tho public business will bo brought terday. Mrs. Elizabeth Lawrence and farm of 2S J. acres situated on the Crab to a stand still. Miss Pollard seems to sons, Dm. J. II. & J. W. arrived from : : Orchard pike, threo miles from town and baddies, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year have made out her case, but no matter Louisville Wednesday. known as tho "House that Jack Built," and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. what is the outcome, the defendant is W. and J. H. Lawrence, two Rock- for J. REGISTERED. $1,200. Mr. Parsons bought of Col. dead politically and damned in every castle boys, received their diplomas for W. II. Dudderar his house and lot in BY SECOND JEWEL 48. way forever. the practice of medicino from a Louis- ltowland for JSOO. Dan by old Stonewall Jackson. ville medical school Tuesday. This season Tub agony is over aud Col. George makes three doctors from the samo fam Before you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than Flowkiis. Mrs. Steele Bailey has mado ofThit fancy saddle stallion will make tho iSo4 at our stable ' , mile from Mlllcdgcvillr, Matthew Adams will be pension agent ily. and the cheapest. nrraugement with a leading florist to Lincoln county, Ky.. on the stanlord of money, an pike for Kentucky. If ho fill tho office as P. F. Welsh is acting yard clerk fill orders for cut flowers at reduced we will stand himOwing to the scarcity W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. well as our kinsman, Dr. Walton, then nights at Livingston for a month. J. 0. rates. Between the first and tho 15th of At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. he and his friends will havo cause for Hocker, Junction City, has been working April she will bring on some rich and congratulation and "Old Matt" will have nights at depot here for two weeks. Mrs. Money due when the colt corset or mare parted -rare flowers and sell them cheaper than reasonable price Mare grated or scored another triumph for faithfulness Cleo. Brown left for Louisville and In- they can bo bought anywhere by thoso with.responsible tor accidentatshould any occur Not THE DAYTON to n public trust. Ho has held a great dianapolis yesterday for a two weeks who do Gilt hdge it a beautiful red sorrel, flaxy mane not buy by wholesale. and tail, is nanus 3 inches high, was IoaU-- sept many oluces in ins time oi o years. stay. 0. F. Sweeney has returned from mm 6, 186 and it a perfect saddle hone. (jilt Edge was showed 3 yrar.cld and took Four terms in Congress, one as clerk of the West. Capt. T. J. Ballard was in The number of priaouera in tho jail tho sweepstake premium aat aKirksvllle and Dan CROSS-CUof the from Big Hill Tuesday. tho bod), four years as secretary here was increased to 22 Wednesday, 8 villu and lil ownriuj at llarrodtburt: Those stallion are who want to breed State of Kentucky, and goodness knows Judgo McCluro has returned from crap shooters, ot tho colored persuasion, cordially invited to to a goou saddle and ice turn look at our horse Andhow many more, ought it seems to hayo Oklahoma. Ho found tho Rockcastle and t others being incarcerated on that move lie ws sired by Second Jewel, he by Cunning- satisfiedjthejpolitical ambition of an or- delegation making preparations for put- day. Constable Thomas Jefferson Ben- ham's Jewel, he by old Washington Denmark lilt Mrtt dam Minnie by McDonald' llalcorn. dinary man, but once in office always in ting in crops. B. H. Joplin, Thos. edict arrested the 5 crap shooters near fcrcond nam by Wellt' Crusader, hit ist ilam by Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, office is the motto of thope who aspire to Jack and Bennett Coun all havo tho Dix River bridge and drove them to he by lilack Denmark, hit 1st dam by Crusader such flesh pots, and the colonel is no claims and are getting along nicely. he by Old Whip, ad dam a Kocky Mountain mate. town like hogs, without assistance. Misses Sallie Botner and Maggie exception to tho rule. Tho Barbourville MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, Hcst Farm Implements Made. Tuk loug spell of beautiful weather MilleUgeville, Ky man was born under a lucky star and Worman were up from Livingston Tueswith a gold spoon in his mouth. day. C. A. Shorts and wife who havo was temporarily ended yesterday in rain, been here for some weeks left for Stan- but tho signal service promises fair and day. March rarely Miss Pollabd understands the value ford Wednesday. Mrs. Helen Brooks of cooler weather to : witneps was Paris is with her parenta here. Prof. ever gave us such nice weather before. of stage effects. While a telling about seeing one of her children's Dickerson is sick. Mr. Peter Shutts is There has been scarcely any wind and tho days have been frequently as fine aa body at tho undertakers, she apparently teaching for him. Winner ol the 500 Stake at Lexington. they aro in May. A great deal of gargrew so full of emotion that unable to Winner of Swrcpttake Premium at Lexington dening has been dono. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. contain lu rself longer, sho burst forth in Winner of Aged Premium aud Srfwpsl.ues at sobs and had to be taken from the courtTwo or threo young jacks for sale. was another meeting of tho Pari. Theke Won Second Money in JsooHakesatVeitallles. room. As.sbe passed the jury box she Jas. Walker Givens, McKinnoy. Wednesday. faithful at the Won Third Money in $400 Stakes at Nicholas-vlllPoland-Chinfell in a faint and like to havo landed in boar A Winchester orator was down as tho A nico lot of Won Fourth Money in J300 Sraket at Sunfoid. tho arms of one of the jurors. Tho ef- shoats for Bale. M. S. Oaughman, Stan-for- drawing card, but he failed to material Won the $100 Consolation Purse at Danville. " fect on tho jury seems to have been Ky. ize and the local talent gladly accepted Eagle Ilird 11 a beautiful brown with small star, what was intended and tho fair plaintiff Tho Agricultural Department has the chanco to shoot at tho rum seller stands over 16 hands high, has (lowing tnano and scored a point. Her prepeiation for the distributed 9,000,000 packages of seed with their mouths. It is wonderful heavy tail. stage goes bravely on. this season. how tho interest in s,uch addresses never Eagle lllrd was sired by the great King Haglo, than 40 Illue Ties. John Anderson bought in Rockcas- seems to lag. The same crowd will lis- wtnner of mere Star Eagle, son of Cabbell'i Lex- Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinaware line. Call and One of the sins of commission of tho First dam by tle county 10 fat heifers and steers at ten to the same old song and dance sev- ington; and dam by Hamlet Denmark, son of examine and get prices. late Legislature is the passage of the $12 to S1G.50. en days in the week and then cry be Washington Denmark; 3rd dam by Harris' Den. husband and wife bill, increasing tho Plkask return our grain sacks. This cause tho weekB aro no longer, may mark, son of Miller's Denmark. property rights of the latter and removmeans you. J. II. Baugbman & Co,, they not permit their zeal to cool, but Eagle Ilird wilt stand the season of tSot, at my ing tho disabilities of coverture. It may farm two mile Wett of Stanford, on the Shelby millers, Stanford. continuo their warfare on tho nefarious City pike, Stanford, Ky. work all right but wo fear it will bo a Foit Sale. Pure bred B. Plymouth traffic over after prohibition hag been never ending cause of strife between Rock eggs from At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. cholco spocimens at $1 voted at tho polls. men and their wives who havo any prop- for 13. I W. W. Lyon, Jit. Saloni, Ky. Monty or cash note will be required whrn the fact erty to quarrel over. Quite a largo number of Hustonvil-lian- B is ascortalned. Lv3)o Ono peach orchard in Geor wero hero yesterday to resist tho Eaglo Ilird is one ol the grandest show horses in gia has returned the owner a profit of Dealer in Oliver Chilled and Uucher & Gibbs' Imperial Bun Fakrib stole Lawrence Parsons' granting of liquor liconso to W. S. Dryo, Kentucky. Monte Crlsto, his uncle, is the only bicycle at Louisviilo and got six years in $125,000 in five years, and ono season tho successor to Weatherford & Brown. hone shown in the Blue Grasa Circuit that hi- did not defeat. He could be relied upon to make a the penitentiary at tho hands of a jury. crop was a failure. Foa Sale Cheap. Bay mare, 5 years They presented a potition to tho judgo gallant snow whenever calltd upon and always A drunken councilman killed a man and old, 15 hands high, good saddle and bug- signed by 00 voters, but afterwards finished at game aa a race horse, although somo isnow out on bail pending an application ones'1 pronounced him no good. gy maro. Writo Win. Hay ward, Agt. L. agreed that five should bo stricken of the "knowing good colored fine, for a now trial, in the same city, after Double Shovel Plows, Plow Harness and from it. According to them thero aro As a breeder of surpassed by any horse & N. R. R,, London, Ky. in Kencolts, he is not boing let off with one year in jail and a A Lewis county nurseryman has a 101 voters in town and according to tucky. fine of $1,000. Truly there is something Mares from a distance will bo furnished grass twonty aero crab applo orchard from Dryo thero are 109. Col. Welch reprevery rotten in the laws of Denmark. and after $1.50 per which ho made and sold 2S0 barrels of sented tho applicant and Messrs. J. B. at the May 1st atof mares. month, taken must be paid to removal Paxton and P. M. McRoberts tho protes-tant- a, accidents and escapes, butCare responsible prevent cider last year. It is not stated how not should Louisville Times speaks of the Thk I am the only authorized Agent in the East End of the countyjfor and after a weary and tedious ex- any occur. many headaches he is responsible for. as the organ of tho Journal amination into whether certain persona Parting with or removal of mares forfeits the in Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. 6ri3eware of the bogus repairs that are "drys," but the "drya" don't seem to John J. Ingalla of Kan- wero entitled to vote in town, it was luraace. Will also stand a fine mule Jack at $7 to insure a offered by different parties. think so. Tho fact is, this paper is the sas emphatically denies the published re- found at o'clock that tho protestanta organ of nothing but pure and undoGled port that he comtemplates entering tho had it by one vote and tho licenso was living colt. E P. WOODS, religion and its synonym, democracy. ministry. Stanlord, Ky. refused. 5 post-olll- co the long drawn out Legislature came marching home, after a session prolonged to 500 days or more, tho verdict of nn outraged constit uency rung in their ears, "Depart, yo workers of iniquity. Wo never know you." But few had tho temerity to ask to bo returned to Frankfort Bnd fewer still were chosen to do so. A better set of men were elected and they have juBt completed their work in the constitu tional limit of CO days, and gono to their homes to recoiyo the well deserved plan- it, "Well doue, thou good nud faithful servants." As has been stated, it ws a Legislature without n faction and with out a lobby, and its whole course has conduced to tho elevation in tho public mind of such bodies, which for years has been below par. Of course tho body did some things that it ought not to liavo done and left undone eomo things that it ought to have done, but their constituents will forglvo both their sins of omission and commission, proud to havo had one decent Legislature in a lifetime Good boys. Come homo and strike us for something better. Wjik.v tho mombera of mal-couten- ts ADDITIONAL A CITY AND VICINITY. Far-ris Handsome lino of quoonawaro at llardin's. For Rest. Houbo that I lived in, ad joining Mrs. Fannio Green's. Mrs. Ma ry Engloman, Hubble. R. Lkb Metcalk the fakir and would bo actor, still languishes in tho I.exin g Chappell his house and lot on East Mam ton jail unablo to givo $500 ball for obStreet for $700. taining money under falso pretenses. . . Mn. E G. Wallkr has sold to John A. Grand Triumph Over v ! Thk craps cases were not reached yesThe evening of March SUrd has been terday. Thu penalty for playing the game fixed for thu operatic performance for is loO to $100 fine. tho benefit of Christian College, Huston-vill' It will bo given in tho Christian GnANTTmcE and Annie Givens wore church there. lodged in jail Wednesday charged with breaking into the storo of Jim Jones at Tho at Malcotn. Clay McKluney. All are nenropH. county, Ky, will bo discontinued nfter Wk havo just received one more lot March 151. Tho industrial situation In tho Pittsthoso fine sample shoes, worth $3.50 per We have on sale every item below, together with hundreds of other pair, to bo bold at the s irao price, $1.93 burgh district is improving steadily. This is positively your last chanco for About 75 per cent of tho operatives are equally good bargains in all departments. We stand at the head of at work in tho Pittsburgh mills, and the trade in Stanford for lowest prices on standard goods. such bargains. B. F. Jones & Son. " If you dc comparatively fow of tho unemployed sire to make large savings with your ready cash come to us. a misde- aio dependent upon charity. Fined. Craig Camden, for meanor, was fined $11 an J sent to jail in Your Summer's Vacntlon default of payment. John Keifer, on a Wiil bo well spent if you visit pome of Bimilar charge, paid tho $5 Bssesped against him and went his way rejoicing. the delightful resorts in the northwest located along tho Wisconsin Central Was the success of our unparalleled efforts last week. The prices at is called to tho spring ad Lines, which nro unsurpastd both for which the goods were marked crowped our store to theutmost capacAttention ; their pcenic beautv and vertisement of II. F. Hillenmeyer, the qualities Convenient traiiiH, irood ho ity. In order to give the people another opportunity we have decid nurseryman of Lexington. tel accommodations and reasonable ratoH ed to continue this sale one more week. Ho Ib thoroughly reliable, as his many havo maco them popular. For full parpatrons in this section of country will ticulars, hotel rates, map, timo tables and guide books apply to Jbs. 0. Pond, bear testimony. Genl. Pasar. Agt , Milwaukee, Wis. Come see our overcoats, reduced to Ciln'sArnlC!i Salvo. JS.50; our men's gossamer shoes at $1 50; The bet Mire In the world lor cuu, brunt t brofMU ?1; our now stock torei, ulcers, salt rheum, fnrer orei, letter, chap our full stock ped hands, chilblain, corn nd all skin eru p per yd., American shirting best brands of boys' shirt waists; our now line of tions and pommMy cure pil or no pay requt r Indigo blue calico ed it is guarantee! to trivi perfect sitisfactie a of fancy calico 4 ,c, oil red plain and figured .,34'c, American and spring wraps; our J. B. and P. D. cor or money refunded lrice tj cents per boa. Lancaster Apron Gingham at 5c, the latest styles in dress ginghams w0rale by A R. Penny, Stanford, Ky. sets. Hughes late. for qc, Zephyr giimhams SKc worth special sale of ladies Chamber! 'iu' Mb. C. S. Bankkh, agent for tho Amer- satisfaction ei anyCough Hemedy gives tru beat handkerchiefs at couh medicine I handle, and too worth 25c. a n teller lead all other preparation In tint ican Book Co., tolls us that ho has market. recommend it became It it the bct IS counties with the maps, charts,' medicine I ever handled for ought and rrmip lUldrldce.Mlllertville, 111. For tale tjr ! &c, for Lchool purposes, as now provid- A. W t. Ilocke , druggist !r S ed by law, at an average of $1000. To equip tho Lincoln county school houses NEW AI)VEUTigrtE.NTH. Just received a handsome line of men's fine shoes which will be sold $1,S00 wero required. e. All Previous Efforts Spring Bargain Sale ! . I! i' M tf II I Great and Glorious health-rivim- well-know- n m Our Dry Goods Department Prices 4'c ;.Jjc, I2lc. -- sun-plie- d 1 Our Shoe Department m m m Orchard, Lawn, Garden. i, - LOUISVILLE : Stock of Merchandise 1 STORE, STAFFORD, Ere., court-hous- o AT I FOR B K. WEAREN, m m 5-- tf GILT EDGE 261. Dealer iu Carriages, Wagons, Bug gies, Farming Implements, Get His Prices A.2STID fl OOIMIIEi T SEE. N1 0 111 DISC HARROW, -- Mc-Clur- e, The Brown Cultivator, J. K. VANARSDALE, QUEEN S WARE, B3GLE BIRD. GLASSWARE court-hous- e. a d, CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. FARRIS & HARDIN, 200-acr- o "Wo IKo PBHKIN' (CJ - high-style- In-tkhi- FIELD 40 SIEIEZDS. Ex-Senat- ' W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. U4MiBii -jtitil'4i .lfefcCip.j ii1Hi sv- j- 4.k . o , Mittat.fetu- - avJ&StiJ i"?." " wnrTt' - T- - " ' w "T t- - " J 4 "' ' &rthPir V- - wt-- ' f f riptftrr 3 nnum, and company being present nnd communicative trees, a littlo propintho inquiring child very determined ho quity nnd one mull between you. Ah, who shall say thnt oven n crowned head was obliged to say that tho Greek exB - Maiich 10. 1891 THE CLIMATE DIFFERS SOMEWHAT pression E plnribus nnum meant that might not inclino n few degrees toward Btanfohd, Kir., tho shoulder of a truly nohlo being, nnd J. M. HUBBARD, A. M President. 'tho tail goes with tho hido." FROM THAT OF NORTH CAROLINA. I visited iihclf mndo millionaire onco who shall say thnt tho noblo being 23d, 1894. would murmur if tho royal dindoms who niado his money by stealing s W. T. WALTON. Wlint n Young Doctor Una to Hay on the from tho United States whilo tho nnd ruby prongs nnd things of tho crwn Htilijret .Mr. Lollr-nKitirrlmenta With United States was looking at a dog fight jabbed him ever and anon under tho oar? Full corpa of Conservator jr and Normal School teacheri. Superior course, in Literature, Music and Clilckr.na SIrti Who DUo Hiicldinlj The or something. Cool calculation comes with Intor An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogue, and circular, furnished on application. I ought not perhaps to Qticatlou nf rrotliiiiilt). to tho matter now, for tho poor years nnd is confined moro to widowers rofer whodyo their whiskers nnd raiso nspnr-ngn- s man died a fow years ngo worth ICopyrhilit, IK)!, by Kilnr W.Nje.J From that old complaint w en you cm be perma ucntly emed by an on tho graves of their former nnd hnd to march up to tho In Ni:w Esoland For a Wefks, great bar of judgment in nothing but o wives, your majesty. Love, so they toll goateo and a strnwborry mark, but it mo, comes with tho thrill ot n voice or Tbo wintnr hns corlnlnly been to tliotiliorn lamb up to this writ- might bo of nso to boys and yotiug peo-pl- o tho touch of a hand, not by cablegram who may read this to know that or messenger boy, your most gracious ing, nml tho unnmployod luive caenped when I dined with that wealthy man majesty, though I will admit that tho The Drug-Storcurat, why no I you r Olhcra Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your wliat woulil linvo borni with n winter ho forgot himself after tho carving wns blown out tquib of n noblo family, tho liko Hint of Disease Cured Without Medicino itiK mul ovt'blnttt your a kciisou of euilur dononnd atowith tho carving knifonnd wet fizzlo of a vicious and blasted life, (loath. r Of may bring its italics and unholy scars to I met a young doctor yestcrtlny in fork, especially with tho knife. course ho is now on tho other shore, tho altar with a degree of self possession Not an e ectncbelt or battery, but a simple Itliodo Inlnntl who told mo Hint ho unco home treatment which cauaea the entire body of Htnrtod iu toprncticomodiclno in North where I hope that tho carving isnlrendy nnd calm that would astonish tho tremlua patient to abarn Carolina nt Ducktown or Koinowhoro oil done, but who would hnvo thought it bling groom of 25 who has to get mar- School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, possiblo that n man with tho wealth of ried and hurry back to do tho chores on Liquors for Medical Purposes. tho Murphy Hrunch. an emperor would hnvo fed himrelf nnd tho farm. But tho latter is more apt to 1 risked, wish"How did you lileo it?" injured his tonsils for years with tho arouse a pleasing interest among the iiitcrostcd. Atk your ceghbor about It; If he can not tel ing to npiK-nangels. carving knifo? you, write to us for one of our books icntfite. "Woll, I booh woaried of it,u ho reI belie vo that yonr most gracious majBoys, icmeinber this and send for my plied dreamily. "It is n bountiful counCall and see us. d great work on "Etiquette; or, How to esty, queen of Great Britain and Nothlnj5hi etjr received to many testimonial try thuro, and tho air is liko a honliug Avoid Dangerous Stab Wounda Whilo and empress of Indiu dia gracia, from trunwortT persons, many of whom a.e G. will admit that most of tho marriages Eating Pio." known to us Weatrrn Recorder, I,ouisville The Kleclropone ti a mytttry to me; almoit a Whilo I am spenking n word to tho which como of n f rapped judgment nnd airicle - Kldir John I Kodgrrs. cool deliberation increase tho fuel bill boys, I might tell thorn of n littlo inIrion, night Hie FJectropoIto relieved me of cident that occurred at Harvard last for tho Inko which bumeth with fire. congestion or int urain ana verii0. iter, ueo. Propinquity tempered by gcod early II. Means, Covington, Ky. Halloween. Tho Harvard boys aro not THE A friend ol mine wj entirely cured of the such had boys as somo, but aro full of training is a great institution, and there V. Ilruce, habit with Klectropolie Her. W. animal spirits and cno thing or another, Is growing up hero in America, your Hnitonvtllc, Ky The Klectropolie it a wonderful Initrumcnt and all seeking expression in a harmless majesty, a girl whom wo call "a good It la mote wonderful as to how it Jems lit work, feller," who is a better comrade, a way. It doe it. T. K. C. Ilrinley, (Plows; Louis. yl Ky. lllo, As Halloween approached, theso boys wiser partnor, a sweeter counselor and Address Dulloti ft Webb, oi Fourth it , I.ou tried to think of some way by which a more level headed guide, philosopher il.ille, Kr. and friend than tho best man on top of they could surpriso and delight tho police Boys lovo to interest tho polico sod. To associato with her is to got a 1 everywhere, I think, and it is yciy sad fow notches higher socially than ono NOW rUHLISIIEl) was before It means a post graduate to know thnt in many instances tho poShortest and quickest between "1 lico aro not only cold townrd tho boys, courso iu a fow branches of education which tho man about town thinks ho but in somo cases oven repulsive. Tho boys finally went to a barber knows, but does not. Only Direct Line between Your majesty will forgive mo, I about 10 o'clock, as ho wns closing np Frankfort, Georprotown uud Paris, the shop, nnd aakod him what ho would know, for addressing ono of tho regina Oarliolo, Mayovlllo, Oynthinna, Ho typo in this unfettered manner regardtako for his barber polo sign. FOR Falmouth and Covington. A YEAR. ing a great question, for it is my only thought a ininuto nnd then said $25. via Kentucky Midland, Tfslns Alk for tlcketi "All right," said tho boys, "writo way of expression. A child of nature as run by Central Standard Time. Tim Tablj Not it, i&oj. I am and brought up by hand, doprived out a roceipt." No. i. No j No 7. TRAINS EAST MIL LOLLESfl' COMrLAINT. Then with tho pole and tho rccolpt of a mother's care whilo yet at tho ago OJTB HUNDHED AJfD FOUR PATERS A YEAR, p, m m. p. ni. Leave Frankfort A 7 00 4 00 km hnlm tho yonr round, but tho massoi they started out ovor town. Of courso of 80 years, I speak to you in that crude OR LESS TUAX ONE CENT TEIt COPY. ' o4 Summit ... .yo4 110 who livo along tho Murj)hy Branch and they wero nrrestod. "I'll tacho you stylo of eloquence peculiar to the Piutes, " .. Klknorn The popularity ot the Gnactte extend from Ocean to Occun. ..711 Its tbo Ducktown road give, mu n keen, young dlvils to go pnttln barber poles with whom 1 lived for many years, or ait " Switser 7 140 tw From every part ot the Globe the nena lis Riven In re " Stamping Orajfid-- ; it 00 dnrting pain in tho neck. I practiced in tho ciraitory over the graves of the until tho tribo got to wearing cavalry 4 Ji a 10 liable nlinpe. Twelve to Sixteen 10 a week will 4 M uuvall , ..7 thuro nuiong the copperas clouted yeo- pilgrim fathers and sidebare booggies pantaloons to tea. Then I left thorn and ao " Johnson 4 4J 7 41 bo printed for fl.00 a Year. Addrems jiwallowed threo on top tbo matin bouse! Come on wid went to livo in Now York city. " (orgtown..U ...7 jj manry till they lmd 450 " t . S Depot 3 00 joi - .7 J I can only add that a more frank and THE COMMERCE " Newton to I cri 517 j j? chemical thcruioujuteraon tome, and then met" said an American policeman. So I thought it was time move. My tbey went with him, carrying tho polo honest propinquity in England would be " Centniille.... ...I 10 j lj j " Ktiiabetu. ... I to j 43 prnctico here in small, but my Indy 5) and dinging joyfully a little song called a good thing. It would advance the Arrive 1'nns C. .....! jo 4 00 5 40 .GAZETTE CO. do not diu here with tbelr "Daisy Bell." They produced their common causo of humanity and give on." tho judges of tbo criminal court moro Irishreceipt at tho station, gavo tho CINCINNATI. I givo that juat to show tho strong man tho great, big, coarso laugh and timo to go fishing. TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No No. 11 tho in prejudice which W - .... a. 03 p5 m. a. m. p. m. dyed in the wool cxiiU between hoi started out onco more to land another .ve raru 9 30 Yankeo and tho policeman. All night tboy harvested ...., ,q 13 600 irrKllnbeth 4S Vrr Cc.trtvUle ... . o 3 Ducktown 601 Si polloi ofnear whoro I and thoOfMurphy tho polico and in tho morning told the Art Newtown ....... 0 j. 611 Hranch, livo. conrtto polo back for 20. When tho polico 6 j Arr C. S, Depot. 600 9 40 we have our pocnliarities, but why road this, tbey will knowthut tho UnitArr Georgetown II 1117 7 49 633 Art Johnson .,. ..U 64' loo should wo bo misjudged on that ac- ed States and Great Britain havo boen 6 J Too Much. Arr Duvall. t 10 ...ti jo count? Arr 5tmp'j Ground 11 37 633 JO let into tba accrot on tbo promise not Charles Lamb waa once invited by an 3 30 Arr Swluer 70J o My neighbor, Mr. Lolless, who rani to lot it go any further. old friend to meet an author who had Arr Klkhotn ..1136 OOJ 713 the Ardon Park hotel, says that be ArrHururait o II 7 a! ,ii 01 I am pleased to norico that her most jnst published a volume of pooms. Arr Frankf.i t .A is 10 730 bought chickunriall aummcrat 15 cents gracious majesty Queen Victoria, em95 When he arrived, being somowhat early, A connects with I., A N, apiece for broilers, and that they wero press of India by tbo graco of God and he was asked by his host to look over H connect! with Q A C. and L, S. almost uniformly stolen for him at political influence, is discussing tho tho voluma of the expected visitor. A C coaoactt with K. C SUNDAV TRAINS. night and sold to him at 10 cents in the question of "Whether propinquity or few minutes convinced Lamb that it "Leave Franktorl 943 a. m; G target wn 10 40 a. morning. Thono people don't moan cool, sober judgment brings about tho possossed little merit, being a feoblo ta Lve Georgetown 11 10, arrive) rranklortia 10 anything by that. They do not do it most marriages in tbo world." p. m echo of different authors. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? STha Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- to ranko you feel badly, but just beThough rather lato in tho day, I have This opinion waa fully confirmed by tions farm the shortest and cheapest ruute to alt cause they do not eso any other way of boen asked by a correspondent recently tho appearance of the gentleman himpsinta Koulh, Kat, North and West. Itntini that the Qurca and Crrictnt HonU Is IT miles shortest fct'.wca Clncinni.l u4 l.fijo(tUni WM.lci tlioru-i- t C'cetct! u !'! their .For further Information pulr ts I'aaa agents. obtaining an honest livelihood. to placo myself on record on this ques- self, whose self conceit and confidence I iucianstl tj New Orltuisi to) C, U. UEKCAW. Gen Aireni. uami 3tr!!essh rtfs:AtUnU, or JacksonTllla. Horlii. rulls short.it Lnst week I discovered that ray railCwclriiitlt Chattanooga, tion, and I xiso to remark that It is in bis own book wero so manifest aa to O KO. U. UAKI'Kll, Gen. Supt. n road ticket on tho New York, Now rather a hefty question, especially to awaken in Lamb his spirit of mischievSOLID VEGTI3ULED TRAINJ and Hartford road read "Good eia man who is not quite sure what pro- ous waggery. His tenacious momory Vvtwetn all ef tSe 0T9 polnti. Thronr h Ceri to Viclttnrj: rM FhrtT- ther way." This surprised mo because pinquity means. port. tlulr l aitj runUi. i uitiuntu 10 Nnoti..o ldi enabled liim during tho dinner to quoto w Orleans cr X. C. Direct lln. t) Ttuuariil llnico Tla AihcTillf. I had not been used to that, and, in However, if propinquity bo a sort of fluently several passages from tho prei Hhrv.tMirt. Aik menu About tocrs ta CAiIfoniU. r row Louii, tile Fhelbyrilla snt LAwrtneehurt'.!!rtt onnocUou is male at Lc'inf a fact, I had to, years ago, walk over 82 juxtaposition, 1 would say that it no tender's volume, with tho introduction, Vilh TS4lital4 trains ti all point ttouth. vr. C. MNEAKSON. mllea in ordor to rido back on n ticket doubt has a good deal to do with many "This reminds mo of somo verses I wrote Gcn'l I'ass'r Agent, Cincinnati, O. BEST OFFER EVER MADE which I bought of a scalper, and which when I was very young." ran in tho wrong direction, I found When this had happened soveral times, QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. after it was joo Into. tho real author of tho lines quoted looked Inquiring about this matter, I learned ready to burst with suppressed indignathat years ago a quiet gentleman of tion. At last, as a oiimax to tho fun, medium height riding from Bridgeport Lamb coolly quoted tho well known to Providence produced his tickot and opening linos to "Paradiso Lost," as writwns told by tho conductor that it would ten by himself. not work in that direction. Tho quiet This was too ranch for tho versemongentleman of modi urn height said that, 337 THE ger. Ho immediately roso and with nn if not, tho question should bo settled at impressive bolemnity of manner addressTo every person sending us the amount of one yearly subscription tho earliest moment. Ho wns not noisy ed tho claimant to so inauy poetical honor Ixjlligoront, but they removed him to the Interior Journal, together with ten cents extra, we will send ors. from tho enr by mnin force, breaking "Sir," ho said, "I havo tamely sub- ree a copy of The World Almanac for 1S94. Single copies may be an arm and injuring him considerably. mitted all this evening to hoar you claim Holding his vulino in ono hand and his tho merit that may belong to nny littlo ordered at the Interior Journal office for 25 cents. stomnch in tho other, ho went to an atpoems of my own this I havo borno in at law practicing silence but, Bir, I nover will sit quietly Every club of Ten Yearly Sub torney and councilorconvoyaucing tlono iu all tho courts, by nnd seo tho immortal Milton robbed Bcribcra will get ono slioro of 85,000. HTSCjB taken whilo of 'Paradiso Lost!'" Youth's Companclub of Five Yearly Sub and depositions circumstance you wait. Every to him, tho Relating tho ion. Bcribcra will get ono half a abaro of quiet gentleman gavo tho enso into his 15,000. Dark. handn, and then hailing a shutter that There is a singular story told of tho Tho number of ebarca ia fixed by wns going by ho started for tho hosyear's production of pictures by tho arttbo number of cluba of ten that will pital. Ho slowly gained strength, but ists of Paris, doubtless by way of satire, bo received by ua from 11RAL rROriNQCTTY. novor fully recovered. Tho caso was of tho way in which certain painters AND ENGYGLOPEDIA FOR lost over and over again in tbo lower emotional marriages, especially among Nov. 1, 1893, to March 31, 1894. courts and hung on for years. Tho poor thomoro barbarous tribes; but, on tho pull tbo wool ovor tho eyes of tho public. Ono artist, it is said, has covered a height other hand, in England, whero so many The Best Reference Book Printed. On an offer of $1,500 last fpring, crippled gentleman of medium clung to his caso, however, and nobles marry American girls canvas with nothing whatever but a extinct tbrco months, ending Juno funning his $100,000, oven though ho who bud on tho sarao branch besido tho thick cloud of black paint, in which 30, 1893, for cluba of five, each club had to borrow money to pay his lawEverything up to Date and Complete. leaf lard which gavo vitality and woalth nothing whatever is distinguishable, and ho proposes to exhibit tbo canvas under agent received 84.53 in cash besides yers. to tho parent stem, I think that propinhis commissions. That offer was 8500 Timo passed on, and ho grow feoblo, quity has littlo to do with marriage, this titlo: "Night Attack of Negroes On Our month for threo months. for tho chasm in his midst refused to spondulicity being tho groat raotivo on a OVER Black Troops In Dahomey!" Exchange. TREATED. Wo now offer 81,000 a month for unite and retain even his broadoat prinono hand and lovo for purplo but tho KK3 ciples, but at last tho supremo court of strumous blood on tho other. Tbo true fivo months, or a total of He Waa All Right. tho United States, which wns not at English humor found in tho blood of ENDORSED BY STATESMEN, EDUCATORS, AND Small Boy (as grocer pours molasses ftjr two selfish Now tho nobility is tho kind that calls loudly thnt timo waiting STUDENTS EVERYWHERE. into jug on cold morning) Hero mister, tho for 150 doses of sarsnparilla for $1. besides tho regular commissions, and Yorkers to fill a vacancy, took up auyou haven't got all tho molasses out of case, and ono day when tho great But shall wo say that cool calculation will tumnal alchemy of God hnd turned has much to do with tbo truo and happy that measure! Has Reached Such a State of PerfecGrocor That's all right, sonny; there Guarantee 40 per cent Gross Profit tho forests and tbo sky to billows of marriage? No, your majesty, I trow was somo in tho measure before. Now-po- rt tion That It Is a Veritable Encyclogold and bronzo tho woary, worn and not. paedia of Facts and Events, News. A full club of fivo or ten must plucky gentleman got his verdict and Truo lovo must bo moro or less assoBrought Down to January in his money, and so today you and I, folcomo at ono time in order to ebaro ciated with youth, and youth is not cool Not What lis Mcnnt, First, 1804. herolow citizens, owiug to tho grit ami this offer. or calculating. Did your majesty pause Family Doctor (to 6quire) Thanks for Agcnta may send aa many cluba aa ism of that ishuttered man, may ride to consider in your sweet girlhood tho you check, Bquiro. But, my dear sir, it is they can raitio within timo specified either wuy on tho same ticket without great international questions which far too much far in excess of what I T"HE Edition of 1894 has been prepared your marriago with Albert might raiso? should havo charged. I can only hopo I and can have papers sent to any being disemboweled among total stranJL gers and whilo there nro ladies present. I do not boliovo that you did I hopo shall havo an opportunity of working it with an extra force of editors. It will address. Wo wero tnlking together the other not, at least. off. Punch. Tho WEEKLY ENQUIRER ia have a novel and attractive cover, wide mar day, Mr. William Hnwloy Smith and Looking ovor ray own experience and tho Largest, Best, Clean, Moral, Ele- I, regarding tho habits of men who rise gins, new and improved binding; is printed Very l'loaaunt. Nowspaper for a family to sudden wealth, and who aro not pre- thoso of somo of my acquaintances, I vating Dollar fc'ould exclaim, "Blessed bo propinon good paper, and contains more and better School Inspector Can nny of you boya favonto now printed in tho United pared for it either by birth or breeding, quity!" To thoso who havo been denied remember a pleasant winter in recent y information than any book of a similar nature published. It is States. Sample copies free. rho country is full of them, and though tho joyful propinquity of a sleigh rido years? they got along very woll for a fow hours on a frosty evening, when health and Chorus Yes, iu 1800. Our teacher ENQUIRER COMPANY, without corking themselves they canhigh purposes bound through every was sick neary all tho timo. Hallo. BOOK. 'CINCINNATI, not htdd out very long without anartery and a sweet presenco sits ndjoiu-ingyodenth can hnvo no terrors. nouncing themselves. Tho ISratorAU. A. S. Ho was telling about a St. Louis Your majesty perhaps hns never startSho They say my sister has a prettier postpaid by mail, man who had risen to wealth on tho ed out on a coldstnrlit evening with no figure thati I. But (sure of her answer) SURGEON DKNTIST. rfl trafll e in hides, pelts, tallow and dressed ono in tho sleigh bntavery denr gentlewhose figure do you liko best, Jack, dear? Drug Store In the nt C City. OfneooverMcRoberte tddrt83 THE IPOJIII), 3Vp no pork. This man was asked what was man friend, then n geutlo horse, a no (fervently Your father's, darling. Owiley Uuildlnj. tho moaning of tho phrnso E plnribus Stanford. road through tho stately and now Brooklyn Life. iEMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL NYE IN NEW ENGLAND Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January - saw-log- e WHTT SUFFER $18,-000,0- 00 rsv Electropoise hpln .' DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. e 1cm-pcru- tl Drugs, School Supplies, DR. S. HiOCKEB,, Th.e Druggist. OXYGEN. r The Best Goods For The Least Money Iro-lan- opl-a- m -- CINCINNATI "WEEKLY" Ely. Midland R'y5 GAZETTE ri-- n liicliiiiatl and Frankfort Twice-a-We- ek . . ... ........ . 1 Iue .....,.. pa-tion- ts sun-boune- tn ... ,.. . . . .,.ii F 17 109 23 90 X Ha-vo- 1 $5,000 Cash CINCINNATI ift Given Away Weekly Enauirer. ONLY TEN CENTS EXTRA. mpa-rsarxT-g- - WORM) MxNxC 1894. :$ lo(JU $5,000 for five month, a AMERICA'S STANDARD YEAR . p, flHfap PRICE, PRICE, 25 CENTS. rlt 1-o- lono-soi- Vrvt.i WieT..iel.tVMwifcUii. rfiiti unM iwi ' 1" . .. " - ' .:- -- B F1&r'' " " 'Vtl J - wf 'n M & ! V"VSir f ' t mgfcti ij, g.wi M y . :; i tf CLOVER HAY FOR HORSES. A n OX WARBLE. BUILDING A SILO. A Valuable Investment Tor Farmer and Live Stock Men. Tho wooJen silo is now esteemed tho best one; nlso tho round shaped one, ns it leaves so corners for tho ensilage to spoil in. Connect tho silo with nv-cra- tho Btahlo where your stock Is. An of 40 pounds is what a cow eato of silage daily. A horso wttnta 20 pounds, a sheep 14 to 15 pounds. Es- - fV'A' 1- .- na. i section or silo. timating the titno when tho cow eats onpilagont IflOduys, showlll need three tons n year. For holding this n epaco of 200 cubic feot is required. If drains aro not needed, dig a circular ditch n foot across and n foot deep. Fill it with small stones. On top of it put n wall a foot high mado of brick or stones laid in mortar. This wall should bo 10 inches thick. Fig. 1 shows a section of the foundation wall, floor and sides of a round silo. Your foundation wall is now finished. For tho wooden walls abovo this yon want a row of studding, of course, with an ontsido coating of boards. Within tho outside coating of boards hang heavy tar paper nil around. Thonovor tho tar paper put another lining of closoly fitted boards. Coal tar boiled with asphalt and thinned with gasoline, tho miaturo puj on with n paintbrush, makes a good coating for tho insido lining, lnsido tho foundation ring tho loose soil should bo d thrown out, tho Bpaco thoroughly off, filled with small stones and covered with well tramped clay. Tho floor is usually comented with concrete. Tho illustrations show a round eilo as described in tho Wisconsin export- lov-ele- F asp jjfejg 5&& "Fig. 1 shows tho construction of all wood round silo. Sills, 2 by 4, cut in d sections on a radius of tho silo circle, in mortar and toenailed together; plates the same, spiko to tops of studding; studding, 3 by 4, ono foot apart short lengths may bo used lapped, to get tho depth. Silicons and fourteena will give a silo 80 feet deep, lining o made from fencing ripped in two, sheeting tho same, siding for silos nndor 28 foot, ontsido diameter, common siding rabbeted; for silos more than 28 feot ontsido diameter, common drop siding or ship lnp may be used. A shows ventilator between studding, auger boles aro bored at bottom between studding and tho boards lack two inches of reaching plato at top inside. Both sets of openings aro covered with wiro cloth to keep out vermin. There should be a line of feeding doors from top to bottom, each 2 or 3 feot by 5 feet and about bed-doout-sid- ment station bulletin No. 28. Tho letin eays: na. n foundation op hound silo. bul- 2 feet apart." Describing tho foundation tho bulletin eays: "Fig. 2 showB method of laying and leveling foundation of a round silo and a round silo with a single partition. A, center post, with top lovel with top of proposed wall; li, B, straight odgo boards nailod to stakes driven in ground ; C, straight edgo fixed to tarn on a pin at A; B, J3 aio all nailed lovol with top of post A; D, partition in round silo. It may bo placed so as to come in tho middle of tho singlo lino of doors, letting tho same doors answer for both na. in outside of silo and barn. eidos." Fig. 8 shows method of roofing round' silos and tho manner of connecting them with a barn. A Bhows where air is admitted between (ho studding to ventilate behind tho lining; B, the feeding chute; O, filling window. The cupola is essential for perfect ventilation. ... w & A TimWhat Cause Thnin Lumps Umler the Skin llreeder Who Like It Hettee-ThaSchedule Nov. 19, 1893 of Cattle. othy. LEAVK NORTON DAILY It is somowbnt singular that notwithIt Is true that I do feed clover hay to VIA 13:60 p. my horses. I would never raise n Bpire standing the provalenco of warbles in Lynchburg, m. for Graham, Minefield, Pocahontu Kichraocd and Norfolk. Sleeping Cart Irom Riiannke to Norlolk alio except to all parts of tho country during tho hunof timothy hay on my fnrm front Lynchburg to Richmond. sell. I would rather havo two tons of dred years or moro that Americans hnvo Trains tor Pocahontai, Powhatan and Ooodn p ra. 11 at llluefield clover hay for my horses than three been engaged in growing cnttlo tho lifo will leave llluefield 6daily m 6 jo a9 m, p m35daily for aud 00 Leave 30 a tons of timothy. Still it is undoubtedly Mstory of the post has never been cleared Kennva and Columbus, O.. Chicago and all pointt op p m train tor Co B) lOUHVIItt HtwAl8AHT CHICAtO Rf((Q truo that tho improper uso of clovor hay up nntil tho pant year. It has been sup- West. Pullman leeper 9 00 umbuj. is moro likely to cause heaves than tho posed to bo identical with tho bot fly of 11 Tralm arrive at Nortou Irom the East daily at 40 a m. I say tho improper uso Europe, but locont investigations show uso of timothy. Fit furtherlnformatlon aa to schedules rates) PULLMAXTSAND Ac, apply to agent! of Norfolk A Western Railthat this Is a mistake. PAEL0E CABS. the abuse rather. W. U.HKVILL, Tho subject has been followed out by road Gen. Pan. Agt llosnoke, Va. Tho chief value of tho horso is in his ONLY LINK FROM LOUISVILLE Dr. Cooper Cttrtico, formerly of tho M. F. IIRAGG.Trav. Past. Agent. strong muscles and powers of enduranco, bureau of animal industry, who has RUNNING - DINING - CARS. nnd theso come from thoso foods rich in proved conclusively that tho larvto of WRUE TO tho nlhttmiuoids, as it is well known the ox war bio do not penotrnto through materinl for tho nklu nt tho points whero tho eggs K. II. BACON, I). P. A.. K.J. REKD.O. PA. that these only furnish tho Chicago, 111. Louisville, Ky. muscular growth. Clover hay is rich aro laid, hut are licked from tho hair elements, and hence its high into tho mouth, from whonco they in these o Denver. 7 St. Paul. u vnluo as horso food. Tho reason why tho walls of tho esophagus, or. clover hay, when fed in unlimited quan- gullet, nnd thon work through tho Dealer In ELECTION NOTICE. tities to tho driving horso, produces tho or tho underskln tissuo of injury is no fault of tho clover, but tho animal nnd subsequently becomo of its superior excellence. When encysted nt tho point under tho skin LINCOLN Ci UNTV COURT. tho horso is allowed to eat his fill, tho through which they oventunllyboro and Regular 1 crm, Jan 7 I, IS94. A petition having been filed before the Judge of clover is bo palatoblo that ho will gorgo from which they finally emerge. Tho Lincoln Count) Court on the 5th day of January, o himself, oven when having an eggs nro laid indiscriminately on tho 1S04, signed by a number of legal voters of the of oats or other grain, and if flanks, legs nnd tail of the animal. Hustonvillo Magisterial tDiitnct asking that an order be made calling an election to be held in driven fast or worked too hnrd whilo Tho egg laying season Is coincident said precinct on the t4th day of March, 1694,10 precinct, tho stomach is overloaded ho is in great with tho shedding noason, when tho cat-tl- o talc the rente of tho legal voters ot said for county who arc qualified to vole at an election danger of being mndo wind broken. havo tho habit of licking thomselves, upon the proposition whether or not spirofficers, Tho remedy, or rather preventive, is thus taking a good deal ot hntr into tho ituous, vinous or mall liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned tnereln. tame to apply to DRUGto glvo tho horso no moro hay than it mouth nnd stomach as well. Tho larviu GISTS except upon sales for sacramental purpoe-eshould have, and when this is eaten let it is ready to hatch when tho egg is laid Desires to thank you for your pasaid petition coming on for hearing on the Mh day of January, 1S04. It being the first day of the Btand without or givo it some stiaw to nnd docs bo by virtuo of tho warmth of regular term of the Lincoln County Court, and It pick over and keep busy. When fed in tho mouth. The nowly hatched larvro is tronage during the year which is appearing that the legal votrit of said precinct signing said petition represent more than s per this way, no other forago is equal to it. provided with n number of spinona of the votes csM I said precinct at the last Horses not at work nnd growing colts points, or hooks, which penotrnto tho almost gone and asks a continu cent election, and all the requirements of the w having been complied with; It is ordered that will keep in a thrifty condition on no walls of tho gullet. It then molts, an election be held in the llustonville Magisance during the coming year. other food than clover hay. terial Precinct on the S4U1 day of March, iKo, loses tho spines and becomes entirely between thehouia of 7 a in. and 4 p m, tor th Of course no got rules can bo laid Binooth, with tho exception of somo very purpote of taking the aenteol the legal voters of ilown for tho cutting of clover and makstid precinct, who are qualified to vote at elecminute spines around tho nnnl portion. When Hungry try one of his tion for county officers, upon the proposition hay, owing to the great variable- Its skin is uuderlnid with strong muscuing of whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors ness of tho seasons, but the following is lar bands, fitting it for pushing its wny shall be sold, bartered or loaned therein, the same to apply to IlltUuOlbIS, etcept upon aales lor as nearly na I cau follow it: through the tissue nnder tho skin, travmy method sacramental purposes, the result of said election Since wo havo had tho midge I am very eling for nino or ten months, until it to be certihetl to and returned aa required by law In elections for county otlicers. not to bo deceived and let it get reaches a favorable point npou tho back, enreful The following ehVers are appointed to bold too much advanced. As tho midgo oats where it molts again, assuming the faVoting Precinct Nn. 1. I'. II said election so that it docs not show, thero miliar appeurance of tho mntnred larthe bloom R Camnltr, Judges; J. P. II Koblnsenand Voliag Sheilll is great danger of this. I prefer to cut va1, become encysted by viituo of tho And ou willccrtainly go back (ode, Clerk, W. U Mocker, W. I). Weather-ford- . No r J T Rose and Pteclnt as tho field is filled with tho red inilammation of tho tissue, and from it just Judges. L. II Adams, Herk, I T Ilohon, J T Martin Sherin. Young Precinct No plumes and beforo thero is a single j this inflammation and from its own and try him again. andC L Cro. ludges, E, J.Tautier, Clerk, A brown head. I consider this tho best growlli foruH a decided lump under tho O Colley, bhWitt stago of growth, hut ns I cannot cut tho skin. After another molt tho skin of f.KO II COOPER, A copy. Attest. Clerk Lincoln County. wholo ot my clover in n singlo day or tho nnimnl is penetrated, and eventualweek I prefer to cut sotuo beforo it ar- ly tho larva) issues from this hole, falls rives at this stago rather than let too to the gronud and enters the pupal state, NATIONAL BANK much of it got so ripo ns to bo woody which lasts a few weeks, whon the loso much of its digestibility and thus OF STANFORD. KY fly emerges. nnd feeding value. ptntemrnt Tho nbovo is n condensed Capital Stock- - S2OO,OO0 If I havo help enough to get it in so of tho conclusions of Dr. Curtice, tho Corn, that I can keep tho machino running, I full detailed account of which bus ben Tomatoes, Surplus would begin to cut ns soon as tho dow published in volume 4 of "Insect Life," Succotash, String Beans, is off and cut until night. I would then nn extra edition of which has been Attention of the public is invited to the fac Hank Stanford Is put into largo cooks each night as much struck oil for distribution among stock Early June Peas, Gibbs small Peas that thisthe tho only National Nationalin Hank Act provisions of the Under as was fairly wilted and let theso Btand raisers. Wisconsiu Farmer. Baked S Potatoes depositors are secured not only by the capital Peas, French t stock, but by the stockholders liability lor aa from ono, to threo days or until suffiApricots, amount equal to the stock, so that depositors o Pears, ciently cured so that it might bo drawn this Institution art secured by a fund of $400,000 Adulterating O round Feed. Sliced Pineapple, Five iworn statement of thecondilion of the bank directly to tho mow from tho cock. If A law designed to benefit farmers Peaches, are made each yearto the United Slates govera-metho day were not qui to bright enough who buy grain and feed hns just gone Grat'd Pineapple, Oysters, and Its assets art eiamlncd at stated time by government agents, thus securing additltooa for that, it might bo drawn after tho into operation in England. Under tills depositors. Red Cherries, SWhite Cherries, anefperfect safety tooriginally established as the cocks had been slightly opened. This institution, law all dealers who offer mixtures of Hank of Stanford In iSjJ, then If my help wcro limited, I would cut ground feed for Bale aro obliged to give a Gr. gauger plums Clov'r leaf salmon Peposittho National Hank ol Stanford in iSoj and lied as from tliotimo dow was oil until 1 p. m. guaranteed statement showing what tho sgam reorganised as the First National Hank ol Roast Beef, Mushroons, as beSunlord in iSls, has had practically an uninterand then put into cocks and draw mixturo is mado of, what grains or rupted eaistenceof 11 years. It Is better supplied Chipped Beef, foro montioned. It may bo cut after soeds are used in it nnd what it ana- Ox Tongue, now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and dinner, turned over with tho teddor or lyzes Wo need just such n law in many Deviled Ham, Potted Ham, honorable career. Accounta of corporations, fidu horso rake just at night beforo tho dow states in this country. Wo havo beforo Amcr. Sardines, ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully aolic Mackerel, has fallen and bo got into tho mow tho now referred to tho trick some dealers ted. The Directory of this Hank is composed ot next dny and make bright, sweet hay. have of raising oat hulls with corn bran Mustard Sardines. Forasua Reid, Lincoln county; In fact, this will glvo greener hay than and selling tho mixturo for ground corn S. T. Harris, Lincoln; to euro in cocks, but tho latter will be and oats. Dr. Kaxlzio of Michigan O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; moro liko tho English hay, than which investigated this fraud and reJ. W.Ilayden. Stanford; 1 have never seen better. Tho chiof ceived this candid noto from a grain Preserves, Catsup, Tomato S.H. naughman,Lincoln; clothing to bo looked after in making dealor: J. S. Hocker Stanford; Celery Sauce, Chili Sauce, ver hay is to have tho mows tight, tho W, A. Trlbble, Stanford; "No use to give tho names of millers, nearer airtight tho better, and then get ns nearly every feed mill in tho country Pepper Sauce, Mustard dressing, M. D. Elmore, Stanford; tho hay into them without external is in tho habit of using them oat hulls Olives, T. P. Hill.Stanford. White Onions, K. L. Tanner, McKinney; moisture. It is not tho juice of the plant or other cheap nrticles for grinding. that causes the hay to becomo musty and Don't know ns you could now call it a New stock of Canned goods, ev J. S. Hocker, President; M.J.Miller. Mt. Vernon dusty, hut tho dow or rain which goes fraud, na it is generally known that Chrystalized John J. McRoberts, Cashier; Into tho mow with it. Hay perfectly euch stock is used, and purchasers buy- ery can guaranteed. A. A. McKinner. Assistant Cashier. Pie Preparation, Vannoutcns codry outsido may bo put in quito grocn ing chenp grades of feed know what it without fear. J. S. Woodward in ia mado from, as tho prices givo it coa and Atmore's Plum Pudding. Rural New Yorker. away. Any farther information reCo H0CKER. quired on your part will be gladly fur- McKINNEY riK Weillng. I nished if possiblo, but remember that OV STANKORD.tKY., Professor Shaw of tho Canadian sta- am getting bread and butter out of oat Is now fully organired and ready lor business with tion Bays: "WhUo pigs for 123 days on : a suitable meal ration and housed in hulls." man is stealing his bread and $200,000. Paid up Oapitalof This summer increase in weight at a rata of 20 000 butter if ho gets it in this wayl Thero ATIOTTENHEIM. Surplus, . 24 per cent, pigs fed on tho is no plnco for a thiof outsido of jail, of tho sarno meal ration, the quantity SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL he tako money out of your IleginnlnR on the 1st Monday In March, HANK OF STANFORD, balanco of tho food being mado np of whether a pocket directly with his fingers or with 1S94, and on each first Monday tbcrcalter,the block Now closing up) with the same asscta and undai green fodder, cut and mixed with tho for sale Market will beheld at tho same management. oat bulla for gloves. Rural New York- of Hones, Cattle, Sheep Otlenhciru Fciioni havand Hogs. depositore are at meal, incroaeo at a rata of 50 per cent, er. lly ing stock to sell or those wishing to buy are Invit- fully provisions ofaaits chatter, protected aie depositors in National tho quantity and pigs fed on ed to attend. There will be no charge to any- Banks, its shareholder being held Individual! WM.LANDCJRAFH, body. of their stock of tho samo meal, the balanco of tho Live Stock Tolnts. Ottenheim, Ky. Uaoletothe eatcntof the amount addition to th therein at the par value thereof, in food boing made up of green fodder, Mr. John Drydeti of Toronto, memamount invested in uch shares. It may act as cut and mixed with tho meal, increaso ber of parliament, is president of tho eaecutor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully a. an individual. at a rato of only 13.37 per cent, the la- American Shropshire association, which t.. .u. tM ..iritit.il ih.ir hutiiness to ui bor of feeding being also relatively takes in both tho United Status and while mnaglnfC the Lincoln National Hank ot v (a stamp) any reader Stanford, we we nere tenacrour many mm. greater whero greon fodder is given." Cnnnda. trust they will continue to transact their busineas offering as a guarantee for prompt alien of The with us, This year will bo characterized by Lire Stock Tolnts. tion to tame, our twenty year' eapenence iscan have a banking andaa liberal accommodations a are cootho largo number of American trotters Journal Usually whon the announcement travsistnnt with sound banking. els through tho world that this country Bent abroad. Thoy aro growing in favor sample copy of The DIKICTOKi: is freo from pleuropneumonia a sus- in Europe. No other horses can trot J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; Southern Magazine pected case of it breaks out in some equal to thorn. Besides that the price S. II. Shinks, titan'oid; by dropping a line to quarter. For a year past tho ontiro of them is so low at homo that it begins J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S J. Embry, Stanford; country has boon freo from it, which is to pay to send thorn over tho water. its publishers at CoEggs from lions that are kept apart J. II. Owsley, Stanford; cauBo for rejoicing. It is now said, lumbia J. F. Cash, Stanford; this dread plague has ap- from malen stay fresh threo or four that William Gooch, Stanford; peared in Chester county, Pa. Tho only times as long as thoeo whoro tbo cocks Louisville. Ky., and A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgeville, Ky A fertilized thing to do is to quarantine rigidly nnd hons run together. W. II. Cummins, Preachersville can obtain a club rate against it in tho neighborhood in which egg is a livo egg, and the life gtrm in it S. H. Shank, President, on the Magazine and its existonco is suspctcd and to look dies and decays nnlotH it is incubated Dr. J.'H. Owsley, Cashier, ont for it in all other parts of tho coun- to maturity, thus causing the whole egg W. M. Hilght, Teller. this paper by adtry when it is said to exist in any ono Bubstauco to decay. dressing the publishdistrict. Tho law provides that tho ownTho Maryland experiment station ers of infectod cattle shall be reimer of The Interior thinks it has dibcovarod that the fodder bursed for thuir loss if they aro killed from an aero of corn contain more nuJournal. immediately. Suspected cattlo should tritious matter than tho corn itself, and GOURIER-JOURM- L bo slaughtered without nn hour's delay that tho corn nnd foddor bring tho beet nnd their bodies oremated. Only burn- results whon fod together. ing will destroy tho poisonous germs. A western feodor says his exporienoo I a ten png eight column democratic newspaper. At tho Now York poultry nnd pigeon goes to show that when an animal gets It contains the beat of everything going. HENshow tho entries were 8,000, tho largest ono good meal a day of bright shock RY WATTERSON I the editor. number ever made. Ono lady, Miss corn it will thrivo vory woll tho rest of PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. Fanny Brooks of Wost Hartford, Mass., tho day on straw, swamp hay or any Practical OABPET W23AVEB, entered a number of Indian gamos. The WEEKLY COURIEn.JOURNAL makes other cheap, coarso foddor. Has lately purchased the celebrated very liberal terras to agenta, nnd give free preJapan is tho most miserably provldod denA class for instruction In horso miums for club. Sample copies of the paper and with horses of any civilized nation. tistry baa been oponod In Now York Newcomb Fly Shuttle Loom, four page Premium Supplement sent free to any address. Write to She has not onough decant animals to city. Tho occupation of votorinarydon-tis- t And Is prepared to do all kinds of Carpet and Rug mount her cavalry. Perhaps American COURIER-JOURNA- L is ono now beginning to bo generalCO. Weaving, Fancy weaving on Shawls, Muffiars, horse hreedors on tho Pacific) slope ly recognized. A good field of omploy- - Etc. Call and examine my work. I guarantee The LOUISVILLE, KY. might supply tho nood to mutual advan- inoift is hero offored. Moro horses hnvo flrst'Clua work at low prices. The tage. troublo from imporfoot tooth than thoir Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, Mrs. F. M. Whoolor of Geneva en- owners have any idoa of. In sorornl I And The tered for tho Now York poultry show cases on record remedying defects in one yard o( fowls valued at 1,300. thoir teeth has increased the apeed of Courier-Journ- al Mr stora waabnrned Friday night, Fab. aj. '94. Whatever kind of stock you have to race track stars. for for OSS 715. I think robbed of part of lu content, sell, watch tho city markets as quoted If tbo firing iron is to unapplied any- and arrest and conviction 01 guuty panie and w.u Wlllbessnt on yearto any address WALTON. the W. P. AddMM, Take no man's where to u horse, his bowuls slwald be pay $100. in the newspapors. J. A, HAMMONDS.Ky. 88 Stanford, Ky. Hubble, in a telaxed oondition firt. word who wants to buy. HAW NorfolktWeslernR.il San Francisco Portland. ( s FOSTED. Thl ntlco forewarn huater. Sshrioc and others not to trespass on aur laads without per mission, as all siuh will be prasecated to the lul est eatentof the law. Sigaed: T. I). VEWLAND. (J. C. LYON. KREDHAUMANN. R. L. WHITE. J. L.UKCK. T. C. IIALU PKTF.R IIALMKR. M. World's Fair Record. CHICAGO LACKOWirZ. liKni'lafc u..iuanmi. J. IS PHILLIPS. E. HHUCE. MVERS HOUSE LIVER IT ST A.BX.X P. W. CREEN, Prop. This (table, which Is run n conrectlon with th n Myers House, has been supplied with pene-trat- I MMER A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, bo-cau- so nD. -- rummer's Supplies and I letter than nupply the public with prepaid FIRST-CLASS vt Groceries, Candies, RIOS OF ALL KINDS. ahun-danc- Fancy Goods, Fruits, Sec. Personal and ptomptattention givento Weddingi Parties and llurlala. P. VV. CREEN, ALHURNS, Manager. Proprietor IfcjfM. UHRPER'S EEEKJY UliiMtrat4Hl. 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PENNF Dentist. Office South Side Main St., In office recsnUjr vacated by Dr. Lee V. Huffman, Stanford, Ky, ii & . . stfua "fc -- - Jpitf y'i w 19 . (r - jf - r" " " " i Semi-Weekly Interior Journal You rcant to know what it is. Then read tho ritfht top corner of this page. Stanfohd, Ky., - March 1. t am now receiving o full line of spring 1894 Baitings. Call nnd see thorn. II. 0. Ilu-ple- I HAVE YOU ASKED ABOUT IT We mean the elegant, varied and complete line of r iw ws T A" 3 y. . Kobertson & Bro, Danville, Ky. Dress Goods. E. C. Walto.v, Business Manager MEANS Just received a now nnd spring clothing for boyfl. 8. II. Shanks. nico lot of Call and SCO BUSINESS. sup-plic- a Buy your school books nnd school of nil kinds nt A. R. Penny's. Watches, clock?) nnd jewelry repaired and wnrrnnted. Engraving a specialty, nt A. It. Penny's. Thk largest stock of Dmcfl, Medicines, Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper nt A. It. Penny's. Prescription!! a specialty. SpkciaIi Notice. Henry and Sam Ly ons of Danville, Ky, oiler their business (of I2S years standiuu) for sale. Posses sion jrl von September 1st 1801, in ample time for the fall and winter trade. This is khuhI opportunity to encago in one of the oldest and best established business in Central Ky. Address Henry fc Sam Lyons, Danville. FnuiTB, both foreign and domestic, and all kinds of candies, nuts and tho like at It. Zimmer's. m That sterling dry " Robertson see our readers again nnd invites them to mnko them n call this spring. Read their invitation on this pagn. goods firm, A. B. Bro., of Danville, comes to Watches, Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware -- That- PERSONAL POINTS.' Of course every one must have a wool dress, and they Miss Nan IJauoiiman went to Danville, Tuesday. arc surprisingly cheap now. Wc are showing fifteen styles of Mn. A. M. UusTABt), of Philadelphia, all wool novelty mixtures, 36 inches wide, at 39c. Ten styles is in town. handsome, pure silk and wool novelties, 40 inches wide, at Miss Annk Shanks returned from Louisville yestordny. 50c. Then wc have Serges, Henriettas, and other staple Mies Kixa May Saukhkiu went to Dress Goods weaves in all qualities. Novelties in silk and Louisville, Wednesday. wool mixtures, Crcpons, Checks, Brocades and Grenadines Mn. JksbkM. Alvkuso.v, a Richmond, typo, has taken cases on this paper. from 75c to $.. 50 per yard. Indications arc that mixtures Miis. Dickinson, of Glasgow, is visitwill have a decided run in preference to solid colors. Mrs. W. K. Kllis. ing her daughter, Black Goods. a week, Dit. A. S. PitiCB, who has been Bick for U now confined to his bed. Pnor J 90N U. Ciiknault 1b recoverill-no'- s. ing from a dangerous and protracted Mhh. Wc arc showing some hcautilul new styles of Crcpons, corn. Mits. 1!ki.i.k Ha m, of Lexington, is plain and embroidered, suitable for mourning. Also quantivisiting hor jwuonts, Mr. and Mrs. B. 1'. ties of staple black goods and a great mnny new gray and Jones. black and white goods. Miss Kddii; Adams, of Danville, has t been visiting Miss Annie Hale and other friends. J. S. KiNDiucK, of Somerset, is attending the bedside of Miss Annie Al- AiTKiitlio prohibition excitement is over and those who have any shall havo returned to their senses, wo want to inaugurate n crusado against an evil almost as great as that of rum selling nnd drinking. We refer to tho sin of failure to pay honest debts and n disregard of tho Scriptural injunction to "owe no man anything." It is tho great and growing curse of tho land. A man who can pay his debts nnd wont do it is no better than a thief and tho ponitcntiary is his proper place. Our rule of faith and practice is to inquire, "Is ho honest, does he pay his honest debts ?" If ho pass this examination proporly wo havo tuoro respect for him than for half a dozen sniveling Christians, who wear tho livery of Heaven, the better to take in their fellow man and get his goods for nothing. How many of those who preach prohibition practice it, nnd how many who wear a holier than thou expression on their countenanco can plead not guilty to the charge that he is a thief at heart? so-call- JLCiiiJ09 THE Jemete arti? Is now showing. S7Lowest prices, courteous attention, and we guarantee every ' cle sold. Wc are Hustling For Your Trade. Don't wou want to give it tc us Wc know you will wocn you sec our stock, so wc INVITE YOU TO CALL. expire Silks. V 1 Dress Trimmings. Wash Goods 1 Seventy Five -- SPRING WRAPS, -- FR0M- Mies Floiia Shanks, of Rowland, is visiting her cousin, Miss Katie Wells, nt Junction City. Cait. John Haiuiis, of tho 0. V. Branch, was down this week to see a Will undoubtedly be more used than for years past. pretty girl. will see many decided changes from last season's styles. mighty You Sxvkkal. couples from hero will attend For dressy dresses the much used Chinas have given place to tho Schubert concert at tho Danville OpTaffetas of years ago. These come in dainty patterns and ex- era House quisite colors. Wc have bought largely of these, as wc have Gov. McCkbaky has returned to Washington greatly pleased his pros great confidence in their sale. China silks will be extensively pects for U. S. Senator. with worn for comfortable and always neat appearing street dresses. Miss Lottik Dilmon, n bewitching Wc hav: these in great variety' and have many specially good brunette from Crab Orchard, has been values to offer at 25c, 40c, 50c and 69c per yard. Some of visiting Miss Mary Dudderar. Cor-dilast year's prices. Wc have some choice Miis. Ambiuca Rout, Mrs. Will visitthese arc just one-hal- f and Mrs. Charley Hewitt aro patterns black Grenadines at 85c and $1. New brocaded and ing Mrs. Louis Husaung in Somerset. Mb. A. T. Nun.vkllky, as fat and as Satin Stripe Satins and Taffetas for dresses. New black Satins, Moires, Chinas, &c. A great lot of wash silks and jolly as over, is oir of tho road for n few Armurc, days and spending them with his mother and for children's wear. other silks suitable for here. Miss Pokiu Col'bts is back from nn extended Btay in Cincinnati, where sho bought au endless variety of spring millinery. Mrs. Ci.ko W.(BnowN, of Mt. Vernon, was on yesterday's train en route to and Indianapolis to buy spriug All the newest ideas. Point Vcnisc Laces and bands millinery. Miss Ckttib Thuiimo.ni), who has been a show case full from 40c to $2.50 yard. Jet Bands, Jet all over Jet. IJIack Laces and Bands. to Bee her sister, Mrs. J. S. May, at SomRufilcs, Jet Edges and erset, returned yesterday and reports her Black and colored Moire Silks, Satins, &c. much better. Mn. A. II. Ci'nninoiiam, the cleverest drummer on tho road, was hero this week in tho interest of the Chatileld & Woods paper house. Mn. Max Sauna kk, of Louisville, was up this week encouraging tho boys in his store, who aro always kept hustling In bewildering variety. Ginghams by the case at 10c, to wait on tho trade. Mips Mollis Brooks, who has been on 2yic and 20c, fully 50 per cent, better value than last year. n visit to her brother, J. W. Brooks, at and Outing Cloths Penangsat 10c and St, Louis, slnco before Christmas, reDimities at Printed 15c and 30c. Dainty French orturned yesterday to Crab Orchard. gandies in 25 styles. Galatea Cloths in twelve styles. Irish The Louhjvillo Times pays Hon. Hnr-veLawns 10c. Printed P. K. Welts at 15c, worth 25c. Fifteen Helm n high compliment and says ho will bo a enndidato for styles Swivel Silks at 50c yard. Mr. Helm's constituents aro proud of tho record ho has made at Frankfort. A youno lady left Tuesday to go to the city to purchaso hor trousseau; at least that is what sho told us. Her name is in this column. Find it nnd send $2 to this oflico for your subscription. Wk aro glad to noto considerable imo provement in the condition of Miss signs of Alcorn. Sho showed Bomo returning nppetito yesterday nnd her gonornl appearanco inspired increased hope of her early recovery. Abe thkiieCol. jiM.Tho result of tho local option election in Crab Orchard, was heard of with disgust by ono distingof tho Salts City. Ho uished remarked that tho town was just being Advocate. ruined by ht. er Thoso of P. W. Green at Stanford and McKinney expired this week as did Mr. Joe Coffey's. Thoso of Mrs. Martha L. Harris, Crab Orchard, Weath-crfor- d & Brown, Hustonville, and D. A. Twaddle and T. L. Shelton, Rowland, are out April 10th. Jonathan Russell, Hustonville, April 14th, Carpenter & Dalton, Stanford, May Sth, Mrs. Mary 0. Van lerpool, Crab Orchard, May ISth and Mrs. Bettie C. Pennybacker, Kings-vill- e, Nov. 27th. Should local option carry Mrs. Pennybacker will have to increase tho number of her bar keopers for Kingsville will bo tho Mecca of thoso who like to look upon the wine while it is red. Is it wc are busy while our competitors are standing anund talking It will bo of interest to both sides to hard times? It is because we give personal attention to our business. know when tho various liquor licenses Wc study the needs of our customers. mm WHY We Buy vory Best Goods ! Wc sell them at reasonable prices. Small profits and quick sales is our motto. Come and sec our new Dress Goods, Ginghams, Sattecns, Percales, Princess Duck, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Shades, Mattings, Hosiery, Kid Gloves. In fact everything kept in a first- class Dry Goods Store. shirt-waist- s Lou-isvil- lu The New Railboad. Mr. A. R. Penny went to Cincinnati this week to see Mr. H. D. Emerson, of the Green Rivtr railroad, with reference to extending it from Kingsvillo here. Ho was shown the profile of it raado by Mr. Emerson's corps of engineers and the routo seems a very practical one and easy of construction. Tho proposition is that Stanford and other people interested raise f 10,000, stock to bo given on nil subscriptions of Nestling at the doors of our homes is the beautiful season of Spring. over $100; under that amount to be doWc must prepare our children and ourselves its balmy breezes in the nations, the money not to bo due and air. We are in good condition to furnish raiment for the body, payable till tho road in built. Nothing open shoes for the feet and coverings for the head. See our could bo fairer than this, nnd considering the advantages that would accrue to Stanford and tho county generally, wo are euro tho amount can he easily raised. In addition to getting tho road, Mr. promises tho location here of at least threo manufacturing plants, which Nuns' Veiling. Javanaise Cloth, Tela-Velwill give employment to 300 men or Percales, Henriettas, Lancaster more, provided tho town will givo the Ducks and every new weave and color in Dress Goods. Checks and Fancy Ginghams at 5c, a beautiful line of Dress Ginghams usual exemption of tnxes nnd donate to 25c, regular bordered apron ginghams at 10c. A lot of sites. The chances for the road seem to fro;n A lot of Blankets at half be very favorable, and when Mr. Emer-so- ii French Satteen Comforts at $2, worth S3. returns from St. Louis nnd submits price, and all of our $12.50 and $15 Overcoats now reduced to $8.50. a proposition in writing, as he promises A good whole stock to do, subscription papers will be started at once to raise tho necessary $10,000. SEVERANCE & SON. BEAUTIFUL FR1 TIME Em-ere- on Spring Ginghams, SaJmSrSnges, a, Si m . njc. 2c, Sjc I2c. The City Council vory arbitrarily re- Fine Brogan Shoe At $1. y A good boys' lace Kip shoe at $i. Our ladies' shoe stock is in good shape and and wc defy competition in price and quality. Remember our mens' boy's and youths' clothing. In this line we have a lot of the same time, has been closed. If this odd coats and vest at almost your own price. When in the city shopBhut otr tho whisky business entirely in ping don't fail to come and examine. No trouble to show goods. Stanford, there might be more excuse for acting so precipitately on n question before tho people havo been given a chance to pass on it. Col. Welch appeared before the board in behalf of Mr. Green and insisted that ns it had not been olected on tho issuo of local option, that it was nothing but right nnd justice that the present order of thinga remain as s it is until the peoplo could express on the subject. Ho showed that 1,C00 for licenses having been counted in makingjup tho estimates for the year, there would bo n deficit tc that amount and consequently no street improvements of any kind could bo made for a year at least, nnd then tho constitutional limit o(375 'cents on the $100 would bo insufficient to pay tho expenses of tho town. Ho asked that tho board take n liberal, common sonso view of tho mnttor ami not bo governed in their action by cranky ideas or by tho orders of pet preachers, but vote in tho interest of all tho people. This brought Councilman J. K. Yanarsdalo to his feet and ho informed the Colontl that ho was thoro to ropresent himself and not to bo dictated to. Col. Welch was glad to obtain such an admission and said so in such an aggravating way, that tho doctor's wrath was further kindled. Mayor Hockor requested him to setjdown till Col. Welch wua through, but tho doctor refused to do bo eyen after ajpreemptory order waa made. The Mayor thereupon directed a fine of $2 tobe entered against him, and tho doctor took his.Beat. Tho Colonel'a speech failed of the desired effect npon tho Couucil, which immediately took a voto and decided aa abovo stated. thorn-solve- fused to grant P. W. Green n continuanco of license and his saloon and that of Joseph Cofl'ey, whose licenso expired nt .a., DB,T7GGIST A JEWELER. An-ni- zktiew peaco-men- l. A Complete line Watches, Clocks, Gold, Silver and Medi- Plated "Ware at of Drugs and cine , &c. Prescrip lowest prices. Attention promptly tions a Specialty. given to repairs. C3-- 0 r. zeisnsrasr". JEl- ZFZEZLsTIfcT-X".- HUGHES & TATE. CITY AND VICINITY. Riout top corner of this page. Landkkth'b garden seeds nt W. B. McKoherta'. New stock of spring capes for ladies at Severance & Son's. Fob Rent threo rooms on Lancaster Street. Miss Carrie Porter. $1, TO .A.. . $oS TO $9 q3o Danville. Olivkb chilled plow points, three for nt W. H. Wearen & Co.'s. roll- A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO., Soveral good tobacco Hugh Seargent, Stanford, Ky. ers. Wanted. We : Have : Got : Them. W. H. WEAREN & CO. 3 m 15 cents per Red and white onion sets doz. papers. Peas and 15 and 20 cents per quart. at reduced prlcsa at A. A, Warbeans ren's. Landbetii'b garden seeds iIu?m aaMMj t jM , jy, , tttj-tjtj- '; tV .. r7!SPHJ.' Ift I,1!!...,. "V" f o Semi-Weekly i Interior Journa' AT 1 Published Every Tuesday and Friday $3 3PJCR, not eopatd ADVANCffi YJCA.1t $2.60 will be charged. IN" LOCAL TIME CARD. t t; r address j. A. M1KKK& CO., Ky. D. S. CA11PENTER, from fence to funcc. Kingsvtllc, 64 Florida for tho year 1893 was 121,457 It "I'll make you pay mt damages for At tho welllnown old stand ol J. II. Grcui, in When her eyes were drenched with tons, against 315,327 tons for 1S92. this," he shotitexl at 1110 ns I lifted him Train naves Rowland at 7:00 a, m., returning burning tears Tho daily story of lawlessness in Okat 5!to p.m. Hustonvillo, - - Kontucky, 'JSTow And sho watched in lonely grief nud lahoma relates thia time to tho robbery up nnd kindly nskrd after his moral and wdf-tnidread, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hitjuit received an excellent addition to his of tho Sauta Fo depot at Woodward oj "My friend, you nro way off on your tti k of Furniture and cordially invites you t call And started to hear n staggering tread. OllYir it. He it also age.r, We have opened nn Depot Street a 37 pm Mail tram going North.., $10,000. ...la113pm polntd of law," I replied without angor. Ilutcher Shop, where we will keep at alt timet the nnd etanune Silver Steel Flows at for tlie rt'pslrt well at Chilled and " South tho mother said; Buffalo ia suffering from a terrible "Whilo tho law may not allow spring best me-- that the country affords. Wo will han- lor tame No plows stand higher In the estimapm "It is nothing to me," 11 31 Express train" South.. .. North.. "I have no fear that my boy will tread i tion of the public than thetp. Ills stock ot harness epidemic of typhoid fover, and tho may- guns, it doeu permit nnd encourngo fam- dle nothing but thu best and will and saddles it larger than ever, lias also added 931 am Tho downward path of sin and shame, Local freight North......... .. ily clotheslines. You entered my prem2 07pm allneol llucgiv, Surreys and Stovet. South., And crush my heart and darken his or has called an emergency meeting of on College, HUck for tent, The latter trains alto carry pattengeri, ises of your own freo will nnd with nn SFJLX CASH ONLY, nnd MainSmith Shopllustonville. locstodlocated shop uamo." tho board of health. Strctts, Ilest The above it calculated on itandxrd time, Solar object to mo unknown. Had yon been In the west end of Lincoln co, Goud smith can ims it about 10 minutet fatter. Walter Williams, tho newspaper work he it looking far. Apply to me It was something to her whon that only moviug at ivdiguified will get ail the Our ,t we can not keen man who haa organized a polar expedi- there would lmvo been nnd proper gait bo served in the best stylo end we customers pat In Huttonillle, only one smith in town son solicit the QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. no calamity. I I).S. CAKI'KNTKR v o also corn ofthe From tho path of right was early won, tion, and three companions sailed from do not wish Jo bo too inquisitive, but ronageuna publicANDERSONbuy good A CO fed CAUIt cattle noi;i And madly cast in tho flowing bowl Going North train pass Junction City at New York Wednesday. Manford, Ky, would you kindly statu tho nature of 83 3m Vettibule starts 6 a.m. soul. A ruined body and p. ra Florida The Kentucky Union railroad was your orraiul horo?" Limited 3 p. m. Local Limited 1:4 am $1,000-00- 0 "I wasgoin tostriko you fur n quarF. 13. RILEY.lProprletor, South-- N. O. Vestibule tree, p. m. Florida "It is nothing to me," tho merchant said, sold at Lexington and bought for I As over his ledger he bent his head; Limited 11 p ra Lcil 1:11 p. im. by J. Kenuedy Tod it Co., represent ter, but when that dog next door began Vettibule arrives So - ra. London, - -- - Kontucky. "I'm busy to day with tare and tret, ing $2,500,000 of tho first mortgage bonds to bark, I I" And have no time to fume and fret." I have moved to my new HoicHand am bettar "You lost your nervonnd mndonrnsh. of tho road. employment at my Mr. William I follow you. My dear sir, you havoinot agent for the saleLandgrafl't the Swiss and Ger- Brepared than ever to accommodate tht public of landt in Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., It is something to him when over tho attached aLd every convenience Asaociato Justico White was induct- with n streak of good man Colony at Ottcnhciiii, Lincoln county, Ky., Give me a call. luck." wire ctAWU and MK. w.M llusr.K it now in' Miners and shippers of the GENUINE nt noon, the full FRANK RII.KV. ed into office Monday ,7 ht Til be hanged if I sooit," ho growled. ar ent thrretor until such apint ihall be revolted A message came from a funeral pyre except Justico "I'vo Bawed my old head almost off on All lepai mattera concerning the purcnaseana sale A drunken conductor had wrecked a bench being present, of such lands will baatlendrd to by W. II. Miller, train. Jacksou, who is detained in tho Couth that wiro." ny at orncy. ot stauioru, rvy. Try it. We are the sole agents tor Stanford 'and And his wifo and child were among the by illness. mo elucidate Firstly, had you "Let J OTTENHKIMKR. Jan 6,'o4. lowland.. Office coruer ol Depot street and railelain. JELLICO FENNUSSKE, knocked on my door and routed mo out road crossing. Eight acres of boats, containing HIGGINS A WATTS. 6 nt this unseemly hour yon would havo tons of coal, loft Louisville for points got leather instead "It is nothing to me," the young man Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. of cash and iwrhaps cried; along tho Ohio and Mississippi rivors brought up in tho polico station. Sec'In his eye was a (halt of scorn and pride taken a train ondly, previous to this windfall, wirofall It would The best hotel In the city and the only one with 'I heed not the dreadful things ye tell, Tuesday. J miles longhavehaul it. Ktpecia attxiitlon a sample room for drummers to or whatever you may term it you had of cars 11 I can rule myself, I know full well." I have rented the tewing room cf Mrs. Kate Dud to the traveling public i Katet $j, The stockholders of the Daovl le and Crab Orready to serve btore, At Granville, O., tho mayor waa no special rcatsou for nppoaling to char- derar't MillineryMarch and will be a chard pike are requested to meet at the First NaI ask liberal share public alter pristhe ttth. tional Hank, in Stanford, on SATURDAY, APR. It was something to bim when in hanged in effigy before the Baptist ity. Now you havo. You can work of your patronage and will guarantee tatlifactlon THE OLD on he lay, 7, 1894, lor the purpose of electing directors for your neck in this town for nt least six in every reipect Alt orders before that dale church Sunday. College students ara weeks. JACK BOS LEY, the ensuing year. Tho victim of drink; lifo ebbing away, b V.Mrs. Dudderar. Thirdly, instead of giving yon will be gladly received President. MIaS JLN.V1E CUNNINGHAM As ho thought of his wretched child and suBpected, as ho haa been active in pros- tho boot I hereby hand you n couplo of y f of Louisville Ky, wife, JOHNSON'S ecuting students for their pranks. SAM II. WA KNACK, 1'ror. dimes. You have every reason to conMAGNETIC OIL! And the mournful wreck of his wasted Lake navigation opened Monday. gratulate yourself and not ono Binglo Instant KUIerot Pain. life. r i London, - - KENTUCKY. It is tho earliest opening on record, tho cause of complaint." Internal and External. Cires ltnKl'MATISM, NEURALis nothing to me," the voter said; Refilled and refurnished and in every way pre- "Docs my neck look pnrty bad?" ho result of a wind storm which followed GIA. Lnme llnck. Sprains, nnilre?. "It parol to attend tho wanla of the public Rates Swelling, 8Uff Joints. COLIO and "The party's loss is my greatest dread" of mild weather and drove asked in gentler lonos. a long period very reasonable f fjaaMfc. ICKAMra Instantly. Cholera 51 cm Then gave his vote for tho liquor trade, Always on hand Two doors above "Yes, pretty bad. Tho skin is cut from Croup.PipUirria, Horo Throat, Though hearts were crushed and drunk- the ico out of the Straits of Macinac. lIHIADACllK. as ll by magic. Tho Nobicst and Nicest Goods? It is now said that Col. Breckin- ar to ear." tho sight of ards wore made. THE HORSE BRAND, "And would it appeal to ridge's plea will be that ho made tho your sympathies, for themost Powerful and Fcnetratlugl.lnimentfnr Mai. Can be hail in the market. Prices lower than the instnnco?" or t la existence. Large U tizo 75c., coc. slzo 40c. It was something to him in after life, Having secured Miss Mourning guods promises of marriage to Misa Pollard un"It would. Hnmunely speakin , it U lowest before buying a specialty. Call and len from Cincinnati the services ol for thisMattie Al- I season, at Trimmer When his daughter become a drunkesamtne JOHNSON'S ORIENTAL SOAP. secret- my positive belief that tho vikible inder duress and after he had been tordially Invite the ladies to Inspect a carefully MaIIV DAVIS DUDDERAR. Modicated and Toilet. Tho Orent Skin Cure) and ard's wife, elected stock ol Millinery at prices 10 uli the Stanford, Ky Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager. Faoo Beautifies. Ladies will nnd It e most And for bread, ly married to Mrs. Wing for some time. jury will soften the hearts of four mou children times. The ladles are invited to x my nice, acw Bonp delicate and highly porfumocl ToiletMake on And her hungry to hear cried father's COMMERCIAL 1ILOCK line ol Stamped Linen and Kmhroidtry Mtteila their trembled tho A bill granting to the society for the out of live, to say nothing of tho sympatho market. IUs absolutely pure. MISS L1CCIE IIKAZLKY, akin soft and velvety and restores the lost com tread. prevention of cruelty to animals thecaro thetic housewives." bUnfotd.Ky. la a luxury for tho Bath for filexlont Itching, cleanses thopenlp and Infants. Ho wont away with a strango port of promotes and disposition of lost or strayed dogs Is it nothing to us to idly sleep growth of hair. 1'rlcoXo. For solo by t&a NOTICE. gurgling in his throat, nnd I entered tho While the cohorts of Death their vigils and cats has beon passed by the New iiuuso, congratulating myself that my Ky, keep, A. R. PENNY, York Legislature and become a law. It philosophy was up to tho average. I To gather the young and thoughtless LINCOLN CvUNTV COURT. ia tho first legislation of this character had just kicked off my bIiocs when tho Regular Term, reb. is, 1S. in-.IF VOU ARE GOING., McKINNKV, KV. front doorbell rang, nnd I ojcned tho A petition having been filed before the Judge of in the United States. grind in our midst a grist of sin? Lincoln County Court on William Patrick, who waa sued by door to find my back yard tramp stand- 1S04, signed by a number the tjth day of Jannary, of legal voters of the I have bought above mentioned Hotel at It is something yea, all, for us to stand, the Misses Etubry for $15,000 for saying ing buforo mo. District asking that an Stanford Magisterial and bave attached a .THE. And clasp by faith our Savior's hand-- To order be mad. calling an election to b. held in "Boss," said ho, "I'vo mot with a bad they ran a disorderly house at Lexingssid precinct on the 6lh dsyot March, 1S04.I0 Fixst-Ola- ss learn to labor, live and fight, Bar &nd Fool Room. nccident, nnd being a poor man legal precinct, am take the sens, of On the side of God and changeless ton, claimed to have made the statement forctxl to appeal to charity. Look I my who are qualified the vole atvoters of saidfor county an election to at Have repaired and 'refurnished the Hotel and Rightl otBcers, upon the proposition whether or not spiron assuranco of fits uauglitor wno nos neck." am belter lhaa ever ituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, barsince been sent to the asylum, and tho tered or loaned therein, same to apply to DRUG"Yea, it looks bad. Poor man, chf THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. purposGISTS, eveept suit was withdrawn. "Yea, sir poor, but honost. But for es, said petition upon sales for tacramental the lath Prepared to Accommodate-Public- tho coming on forbearing on It being the first day of the Secretary of thia accident I should not bo forced to day of Fcbiuary, A report made by tho The House voted 150 apiece to the LOUISVILLC 4 NASHVILIC R. R. regular term 01 me L.incoin iiuuiy wim,nu fpectal attention to Commercial Men, ministers who bad prayed for it in tho the Treasury to the Senate shows the ask for assistance." appearing that the legal voters of said precinct "Tho wouud itself must bo painfnl, sigulng said petition represent more than tj per I in. Uvery and Feed Stab!, attached. payment of sugar bounty from July 1 opening exercises. precinct at It the line for you, at its tho votes catt I. W, OHEEN. Proprietor. and no doubt your throat la so soro that cent, of election, and lall said requirements tht fast of the general the JESS ROUT, Manager. Of the 600 bills and resolutions pre- last to March 4 to aggregate $3,257,055. it is utmost iinpo.iaiblo to awnllow?" having been compiled with: It is ordered that law sented in the General Assembly, less Of this $010,935 waa paid on beet sugar; "That's it. sir. I havon't been ablo to an election be held in the Stanford Magis Make close connections at March, the on Bwallow for threo days and don't ex- terial Precinct oil of a.36th day of p. m. loriB.ii, tban 150 were adopted and of these the $16,920 on Borghum sugar; $2,513,597 the ; in. and between the hours LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI governor has approved 69. of taki.g the sense ol the legal voters of on maple sugar- - pect to fur n week to coino." cane sagar and $115,597 purpoie said precinct, who are qua)!6ed to vote at dic For all points. "That's both good and bad good John Bennington, who was given A vote of 4S to 15 passed the bill to tions for county officers, upon tne proposition THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. liquors being a poor man you won't havo whether or not spirituous, vinous or maltthe BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH of local option laws four years at Lebanon for crushing old prevent a violation tame il'ANFOKD, KV., to eat anything for a week or so, and shall be told, bartered or loaned therein, aalet lor For any information ejouire of to apply to DHUuGlSTS, etcept upon by carriers and agents delivering jogs of man Whito's skull during a drunken row, can JOES. KICK. Agent, result of laid election therefore got along without outaido tacramental purpoics, the Or Stanford, Ky liquor along railway and steamboat from the effects of which he Idied, has holp, nnd bad because I waa going to in- tobe certified to and returned aa required by law W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Past. Agent, In election! for county officers. by the governor. Ben been pardoned routes. vite you into tho honso to have a whisky The following officers are appointed to hold taid Junction City, Ky ington's wife went crazy over tho act, Bling nnd n bite of cold turkey. Did you flections Vollnif Precinct o 1. R L. Porter Thlt Hotel, renovated and refurnished, It now A sermon will be preached in Gaelic Hester, ludses: G G Winn, clerk. In my charge and I intend to conduct so as to and Henr nt the mass in the St. Thomas church, and the governor let him go home to want anything of mo that you coino and and Thomas Stone, sheriff. Voting Precinct No. not only maintain lit high reputation, it 10 add but A. G. Lanhata John H.jCattlcoun, L. Dawson, Judges; I. to Its long lisi ol friends. Special accommoda. Joslah Ilishop and L. rang my doorbell?" day. This take enro of their four little children. iu Chicago on St. Patrick's K. Portman, clerk, and "Did I? Did I? You bot I didl I want Voting Precinct No. t J.I. II. Engleman, sheriff. tions for commercial travelers and fin. rooma,for The presence of Vice President StevM. l.asley and John the display of tamplei. will be the first Gaelic sermon ever preWm. F. to say right hero and now that you aro Aklcmore, judges; N. w Sampson, clerk, and V. enson, Gov. Pattison and Hon. sented in the "West. II Penny, sherifT sATFIrst-Clns- s tho meanest old cuss I'vo run across Seargentand T. C.Voting Precinct .No. 4, Hugh Saloon! Hall, After an attempt to prevent the Harrity, all visiting Asheville, N. O , at since old Samson had his ha'r cut, and clerk, and D. A. Twaddle, judges; II. J Darst, sheriff. Aad BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached the same time, has started a report that you can put that in your pipo nnd Binoko A copy. Attest: reading of the enrolled husband ond GRO. n COOPER, JOSEPH COrFKY. Clerk Lincoln Couuty. wife bill in tho General Assembly op- it was a political conference, with tho it." V. II. MILLKR. But na I don't emoko I lost tho benefit J H.SOWDER. position was finally withdrawn, and the object of making Mr. Stovenson and was read and sent to the Gov. Gov. Pattison the democratic leaders of nt least half his heartfelt observation. measure & SOWDER, O MILLER Detroit Freo Press. two years hence. An enthusiastic friend O ernor. opresidential saluto BARBEE&CASTLEMAJN with a battery firota 8IlB.lIt With iter. NEWSY NOTES. in honor of Mr. Stevenson. MANAGERS, "Politenesj U a good thing, but someThe smallest child over hoard of waa times p it's wearin raloly," said Mr. Doalors and Brokors, Hon. James H. Mulligan of LexingOomrnorco Building-- , Louisville born at Eaton, Conn., Thursday. Tho Brown. "Seoms ho it almost bordera on ton, has beon appointed Consul general D STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY. weigha 190 Barso to follcr nny ouo up bo nn jwator i father, a Agents throughout the South. JC3 jIIH at Samoa. 3 rr pounds, while the mother weigha 160. 'em with kindness, as they do at these Office Interior Journal DullJing. n It. E. J. Miles, the distinguished thea. W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agfont, atrical manager, died at hiB home near The child, is perfectly formed except as big hotels." yon objecting p "What aro about now?" SAUb. to pi 7.0. His weight ia eight ounces and 3 STANFORD, KV. Cincinnati. asked Mrs. Brown. his face is about the size of a chestnut. 1. Fine lllue Grait Farm ol jjjt" acret on pike Scattered township elections in New A .Inif irnm iv rim mntlipr nn tier littln ' "Well, I was only thinkin how thorn and finely impruvcu. portow follor you up liko a parcol of de- Jersey gave Republicans something fresh .,..oL.i ....... ULCERS. r (I.. i,v'. fnnr an,! j ; ; tectives. " 1. Farm of 100 aciet, finely Improved. Offered n When I sot my foot in ono of to brag about. "T at low price. CANCERS, up to us Knee, ine uociors tjy no nm them hotels up to New York, n foller ?T The University of Louisville turned live. o ic ; SCROFULA, In hlKh looked at me, jest as pryin, nn nays, aX3 out 209 sawbones Tuesday to prey upon The war at Rio Janerio has ended in 'Can't I curry up your baggage?' ttate.ol cultivation, well Improved; offer d low It SALT RHEUM. body. the human the inglorious defeat of tho insurgenta. seemed jest as though ho know all I bed 7. Illue Gran Farm of ijs aercs, -. pile, two mile, from Stanlord ; good RHEUM AT.SIV., Marshall Taylor of Marion, Bhot his President Peixoto rejected tho terms of was my paper collar rolled up in tho top laud; low price and on easy terms. O BLOOD POISON. Bister, Mies Emma Taylor, while under capitulation proposed by Admiral Da of my hut. His manner was kind of c p 8 to is. Town lots in Stanford In areas to suit C?3 the influence of liquor. Gama, demanded unconditional surren- twittin liko, fieems ef." purchasers. these and every kindred dlscaso arising 3 ap"Well, I said you oughter carried a Malvin C. Thompson has been e acre fine larin witti der and opened fire from all hiB fortr. 17. 3 lenj Trom Impure, blood successfully treated by mill, dwelling and other improve men ts, ccepike. on n and best of all tonics and pointed postmaster at Lebanon and J. At the flame time his wandering fleet change," began Mra. Browu in her most that 4 miles from Stanlord. n mcllclnes, W. Moore at Henderson. a. screwed up courage to enter the harbor, corrective maimer. S4 Large blua grass larm, capable ol division "Now, that ain't tho oiut," Bald her Into smaller farms. Desirable In every particua T. Ford, at whose theatre Pres- and the rebels gave up. The rebel John lar. Offered low and on very easy terms. husbaud. "I'm jest snyiu I don't liko to O ident Lincoln was shot, died at Baltihave taken refuge on board French be spied on an follered up. I got tho 6. Good frame building; well finish?' ed on Main street, in Eastern part of Slanfoad rt more, Wednesday, aged 65. and Portuguese warships. best of 'em once though. s5 leet front, aoo back. Will sell at a bargain. A committee ol the New York SenTo the surprise of the Government, so. Small farm ol So acres, amlloa Irora Stanford "When I got on ono of thorn ferrys welllmproveU.at a bargain. Hooka on Blood and Skin ft ate has favorably reported a bill defining and against ita opposition, the British boats, n littlo chap in brass buttons como 31. Farm of 60 acres on Hanging Fork, near Diseases free. hazing as a criminal offense. House of Comraona hy a vote of 149 to up nn asked mo if my buggago waa Turnersville Fine Illue grassland, well watered, Printed testimonials Bent on fronts on pike, with good improvements and nice P The lost schooner Mary Brown haa 145 adopted Mr. Henry Labouchere's aboard. I said very dignified that it was application. Address young orchard. Priculow, right in front of him. been found on the rocks of Banks Is- amendment to the reply to the Queen's and cottage, nicely and 3. Hotel, " Whereabouts?' ho up an asks. Swift Specific Co., conveniently located, near depot In London, Ky land, with the entire crew missing. speech, proposing the abolition of the Nine rooms in dwelling, four 100ms ir. cottage. "Well, I'mstandin right in tho iniddlo ATLANTA. OA. Store house of 3 rooms All new buildings. Also Melvin Grubb, aged 15 yeais, of House of Lords. The announcement of of it namely, my clo's,' says I. And good barn. Lot too x 300 feet. Fine location for store snd hotel. Will sell cheap an 1 on easy terms. Wythe county, Va., is said by the Rich th vote waa greeted by prolonged cheer- that Bettled him." Youth s Companion. JV Dwelling on Lancaster St., North of railing Ono swallow does not make a sum mond Times to weigh 535 pounds. road. Six rooms and stnrn him.. rt.wul rtitirn Ready to Learn. more doea thia resolution abolbarn and all necessary outbuildings " Mothirj Friend "is a scientificIlcautlful Hon. W. C. Owens opened hiB cam- mer. No location. Lot with frontage moxjoo foet. Terms ally prepared Liniment, every ingrepaign for Congress in Lexington Mon ish tho Lords. Revolution, not resolureasonable. dient of recognised value and in tion, is the power than can unseat Britday and had a flattering reception. 34. Cottage with 3 rooms! good cistern, &c. Nice garden. Krontago Ijos 150 feet constant use by the medical proMiddlesboro Town Company ain's hereditary legiBlatore. The on North tido E. Main St., Stanlord. Will exfession. These ingredients are comall back next change for pertonally or realty at a bargain. Lateh. The body took it bought the Middlesboro hotel at $8,000 bined in a manner hitherto unknown and the bonded indebtedness of $100,-00- day and endorsed the address of the JAMES VHAOER. THOMAS YEAGER. Queen. A movement has been begun at BirCard of Thanks. mingham, Ala., toward erecting a monu(To the Editor of Interior Journal.) BSD AND STASIS, Please allow me through your paper ment in memory of the Confederate WILL DO all that is claimed for to express to my friends my sincere gratdead. W--Les- STANFORD, it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor, John G. Woods, son of Dr. John D. itude and thanka for their cordial and Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger t tho late democratic We'are In our new stable in the Opera Houm Woods, of Warren, has been appointed hearty support in VOtt. A CLEAN Block and are well supplied with Life of Mother and Child. Book, Superintendent of Mails at Louisville, primary. Whilo I would have greatly Justice (severely) now could you, to "Mothers "mailed FREE, conappreciated tho nomination, still, being sir, be so mean as to swindle peoplo that with a $1,600 salary. NEW RIGS AND HORSES taining valuable information and OrNice, Refreshing Bath Go to Virginia now has the Australian a democrat, I cheerfully yield to the will put confidenco in you? voluntary testimonials, Havo been purchased and noth and shall do all in my Prisoner Well, the governor having signed it I'll fi.SOper'xmla urnouts will leave tho.stable. Zfio Thompson's Barber Shop, ballot law,The election thia fall will bo of the majority, whole ticket in Novem- worth bonicihiiig tojudge, you'llmako mo fentby express on receipt of price Atlanta. fli. tell BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO., ytr if power to aid tho the bill. Give ' ' alto agent for the Lexington Stcan. Launhow to wont 1. em ns Li'1 bold nv Saml. M. Owenb. DucaoiaTa ber. Very truly, uelu unuet mui system. dry, The Best in the Country. I Miss Mallio Thompson goto tho Leb! IT DIDN'T WORK. post-officla pays $1,600 o year. BV MRS. FRANCIS K. W. HAnrKH. It was certain that tho Bland silver The Mitr. Willi n llml Nook Tried 11 DoubtI would Illo to exchange tome Publiahcil at tho request of tho young seiniorage bill would pass tho Senato ful Uxierlitu-iit- . At our Ftult Farms and Nurteiira one mile Welt or Kingtvllle, Lincoln county. We have as fine a lady tempernnco workers. I was nVout rt.uly for bed tho othor ttock of Fruit Trent as any man ever harullol, Roal in Corbin, Ky., yesterday. nto orchard and garden "It is nothing to mo," tho beauty said, Tho mayor of Redwood, B. (J., was night wbu I hoard n Hront yelling in ready for transplanting Apples and Peaches will Impresedor unproved, for time good Stallion this Full Orchards of With n careless toss of her pretty head; hnrtr io per be to suit shot and fatally injured by tho city clerk, tho back yard and ran out to di&covor Theassortednte nice, customers at the best, hundredg and tfsaddle or harness(ilLM'NUT, Corbm, Ky. I). T. 93-hvery-thin'.The man is weak, H he can't retrain, tho varieties trees that iv trnmptsh hiking mrm hud nearly needed to make home attractive and the Fom tho cup you say is fraught with who then killed himself. pain." Tho total output of phosphato from iiwed his bond off on 11 wiro clothesline-Btrotchw- children happy will bo found here. For circulars NOTHING AND SOMETHING. anon Fruit Trees For Sale NOTICE Estate .jr t Ala K.C, was something to her in nftor years phj-Kic- . 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