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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894032001 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. F?t p& t- - v rwrw flf." f ? ' c r k "rg Jyzttw &?!&- - V r . , jt irr?fn ; vol. xxii. Semi Weekly Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MARCH 20. 1894. CHURCH AFFAIRS. NO. 6 SEND US YOUR ORDER FOR- - THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFIUE, As seen by an cxl. J. Compositor. (Tf the Editor or Interior Journal ) Washington, D. 0. Makcii 10. uboIohs for mu to nttutnptn description o( Washington, lis that has been riono bo often nml by competent writers, but I want It 1b . your readers to havo bouiu idea of tlio ofllco in which I work, thu Government Printing Oillce, the lariat "print shop"' In bulk and package, Jn tho work'. The building ia a five story brick and occupies a whole block, thu main front being corner of North Oapitol nud II. Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, &c. streets. On tho first tloor is tho enginu Btreut. Wo noticed a good many citizens White-was- h room, also tho press room where there brushes, Scrub Brushes, Mops, &c. Sec that new Ice "wearing of the green" Saturday. One are about 50 forgo cylinder preeAes which Cream Freezer we have before you buy. Irishman bought all tho green paint aro kept constantly busy, nometimcs runJohn Stormes had. ning day and night for week. These Circuit court and tho crnnd iurv presses aro all fed by young ladles, most adjourned from Friday until this morn of whom aro oxporto in that lino. Being. Tlio latter is making it pretty hot sides tho feeders there aro n number of for violators of tho fish and game laws. preesinen in thia dopartmont who have Eister services will bo held at the nothing to do but watch tho printing, Christian church next Sunday morning. machinery, etc., each man taking caro of Sunday evening Eld. Gowan will preach threo prt'Bsefl. On thu second floor is nt tho union services in tho Presbyterian where most of thu typo is Bet, tho first, church. second and third divisions and Job room. It. II. BaUou haa rented the narson- Tho first division is a time department, ngo belonging to tho Reform church and or where tho men work by tho day, as is will move hia family thereto thia week. also thu Job room, but in tho second and Mr. Ed Morrow and family havo moved is by tho pieco and third, all tho work : : : to his property on Richmond street. tho compositors aro paid by tho 1,000 Now as to the arbitrary action nf tm cms. One of the casea of Ben Evana On tho third tloor is the bindery where council in refusing to grant license. Wo against W. II. Fain for slander was tried tho blank books used by thu Govern did what a majority of 20 of tho legal Friday and dismissed on a peremptory merit aro made nud reports of thu dlller-on- t voters of tho town directed we should instruction from tho judge. The other departments aro bound. On tho do, and when wo proposed to present a cases were continued CO-NEuntil next term. W fourth floor is tho folding room where alt protest of these voters directed to tho Miss Birnice Baughman and Mr. books ere folded and sowed here also County Judge these attorneys said it John Feeny, of Richmond, were here aro tho ruling and bronzing machines. would he a great pieco of impudence on Sunday. Miss Lizzie Thompson left toThis floor is occupied solely, or almost bo, tho part of the citizens, of Stanford, to day to visit in Stanford. Misses Laura by women. Tho top tloor is occupied by protest against tho action of their coun- Smith and Sallie Tillett leave thia week MAIN tho foundry whora everything is stereocil, a thing not hoard of before in alt tho to purchase their Spring millinery. Mr . typed; hro also aro rnado tho cuts used annals of a free people. We havo don John Greeuleaf and family, of in Illustrating the dllleront publications DEATH'S DOINCS. for tho majority of tho voters of tho You can save money by examining myjnew stock of goods and payaro visiting his mother, Mrs. issued by the Government. town, what they desired, regardless of ing Cash for Greenleaf. Col. W. S. Ferguson Mr. John Spntt, aged 13, died at 5 There are employed in tho whole olllco all the combined legal talent of our littlo Is back from Covington. Dry nt tho present writing 3,707 people or 'J,m o'clock Saturday monrning of heart di el'"- Wm. Daughkrty, The democratic primary election sease. Ho had been in bad health for a 722 men and 1,075 women or about 1,000 S. H. Bacoiima.v, Saturday was unusually quiet and not Tinware, &c. You are invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair more than aro really needed. Tho reason month or so but prior to tho attack John A. Allen, more than of the vote in the with you and will appreciate your which killed him he has had no trouble of this Is on account of the present pubpatronage. My goods are all First J. S. Hl'OHES. county waa polled. Tho following ia the Class Staple goods and will be sold at a lic printer being a republican and ho re- with his heart. A wife and seven small reault, as nearly as can be obtained at Christian College Notes. fuses to discharge- any of his political children Bur vivo him. Mr. Snratt was a this writing: Tom Wherritt's majority member of tho Christian church at FOTfc faith, but has appointed in tho neighborover C. M. Norris for connty clerk 220; adv. hood of 1,000 new men at the earnest so- Goshen and was a trood man in ovnrv ,. Miss Etha VanArsdell spent Satur- T. B. Kobinson for sheriff over Doty 331; Call and see me. look throueh mv stock and vnn will nmw tVmf licitation of tbo democratic Congressmen particular. His remains were laid to rest in the family burying grounds Sun- day aud Sunday with relatives in Mer- Rothwell for jailer over Hughea 352; can save money by trading with me. and Senators, who are anxious that their Denny for assessor over Gwynn, McCar-t- y cer Co. party get some share of tho spoils. As day. and Todd 109; Letcher Owsley for at Tho College grouuda aro being dressTwo of Louisville's most prominent aconeeiuoncu of this ovor crowded conbusineas men died in half an hour of each ed iu their spring suit, and, in a short torney and Joeeph Robinson for judge about dition tho employes are had no opposition. Now let the band Friday afternoon, John A. Car- time, they will be beautiful. one third of their tlmo, some of thu de- other Tho botany classes are searching begin to play and the horsos are expectter, and John M. Robinson both partments laying otl as much as ono half garden, field, and nook for specimens. ed to go around at a lively gait until 'and where a man could earn $100 a pioneers in the dry goods business. Both wore advanced in yeara and each aome of the class havo already analyzed next November. month under the proper management he waa a prominent church worker. Mr. about 20 f lowers. Tho classes have ana now gets only about $4)0. This is all I have about completed my stock of goods which is composed of MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. lyzed, usually, more than 400 in ono sea well enough for the republicans who Robinson waa an Episcopalian and Mr. son. The Rev. J. N. Tuonias, of Dulutb, have had four years of the pie, but pret- Carter waa a devout member of tho Preparations aro now about complet aged 72 and Mrs. Anno McElvanoy.aged Queens-warety hard on us democrats who havo Just Methodist Episcopal church, South. ed and everything ready for the beauti- 80, were married at Walton, Ga., recentlgotten in. Every day or two there is a Walter Wallingford, a farmer of neai ful oporetta, Katie Doan, which will be yreport current in the ollico that a new Mayaville, committed suicide by drown- given in tho Christian church on FriThe engagement is announced of G. P. has been appointed and there is a ing himself in his neighbor's stock pond. day evening, March 23rd, for the benefit Miss Hattio Blaine, third daughter of the Plows, Salt, Lime, Cement, &c, all bought at the lowest CASH "wailing and gnashing of teeth" among He tied his bauds and feet and rolled oi tho College library. The entertain late Jamea G. Blaine, to Hon. Truxton PRICE, and having no old stock to carry, I am able to give prices on tho wrong sido and rejoicing by into the water. those ment will bo of an elevated character, Bealo. that will be tho democrats, but it doesn'tlaat for long. Mrs. Mathew Cayce, of llopkins-vill- o, and some of tho best talent that Huston-vlll- u An Ohio Judge has just refused a Tho boys have been very anxious that a has been given $750 damage against affords is taking part in it. All divorce to a woman whoso complaint man should bo appointed from tho South tho L. A N. Rillroad for carrying her that love music and drama, should not against her husband was that he "oband Murphy, of Tennessee, ia tho most past her destination and causiug her to fail to attend. Tho admission will be jected to building the morning fire, and To Investivate. Appreciating the favors shown me heretofore T popular among tho printers, but they loso a night's Bleep. 25 cents lor grown persons, and 15 ceuta did refuse, without love or just cause, to again ask a share of your patronage. haven't tho appointing power and Gro-ve- r Respectfully, A Gallipolis, O , man who sent S3 to for children; the entertainment will open take her to tho World'a Fair." no doubt will givo us, liko most of an Illinois expert who promptly at S o'clock. advertised a cure It is not often that parenta havo to his other appointments, a mugmump for drunkenness ''surer and cheaper than elope from their children but Manning 1 havo wandered- Bennie Weaken, Clerk. from Now York. But QUEKX AND OllKSCKNT RoUTK. "GHllip- tho Keeley cure," was advised to 72 years old, and Mrs. Caroline I started out simply to givo facts nnd ses of tho World's Fair." A selection of Gates, but water. Sawyer, 70, of Bellvue, O., are exceptions. figures and not to comment on tho presThero is a woman in Detroit who 102 Gems of the White City seen through They ilow toCIuveland theothorday aud ent administration which is causing a lutb just been sentenced tu tho house of theCiunora. This handsome volume were undo otie against the serious oppo great deal of dissatisfaction, especially correction e containing 102 photographic fir tho 21Sth time for drunksition of their numerous offsprings. bo hero iu Washington. enness. She is 03 years old nnd moro viowB of tho entiro Exposition, showing in this ollico Upposite Lourt-HousLast yenr thu employes than hah her life has been thero iu all main biddings, all slate and territorThe government will save from 0 thero was received 2,lSo,013.20;J ial buildings, all foreign buildings, prison. to $75,000 a year by printing it own if worth of paper used (In printing grounds, statuary, lagoons, and about 4(1 postage stamps. Tho folIowiiiK tloater is supposed to views of the great Midway and binding; $rJl,002.53 for lithograph Plaisance, In order to raise five ingand engraving, nnd J:M8,770.1D for havo emanated from a Lexington newB will be sent to any address on receipt of with which to meet tho million dollars bequests of SenA Complete Stock of oilier general supplies including presses paper office: "While on a 25 conta and fivo centa for postage. This ator Stanford's will, Mrs. Stanford is 1 forgot at the begin tour a Lexington girl found a horseshoe, book has been issued by tho greatest of to mention etc. about to ofler for sale all of her late hus uing, but tho salary o( thu public printer and in order to try what her luck might Southern railroads tho Queen & Cres- band's interest in the Southern Pacific. is if 1,500 per annum but with tho perqui-allie- s be, she laid it under her pillow with her cent Route and its excellence ia withTlio County Committeo of Jessamine Nicest line of Stationery and Btore teeth upon rotiring for the night. Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accu- is the fattest thing in tho gift of tho out n lUw. A most delightful collection assessed all the candidates excent for rately Compounded. Give him a Call. administration. Last year thero woro Arising in a hurry the following mom-In- of exquisite views, in a small and con jailer and assessor, $25 each nnd thoso alio grabbed tho horso shoe instead venient-sizetwo now preBsealput in which coit tho book. Many such collec- for tho oftices named $15 and $20 to nav o( JM.OM and in all $70,. of her teeth and adjusted it in her mouth tions are largo and cumbersome. snug little sum Send tho expenses of the primary election. 000 worth of presses were added iu '03, nnd wore it several hours before she dis- your address and 30 centa to W. O. Hin The Liucoln county candidates got off 1 will givo Just a fo w of tho smaller items covered her error." General Passoi ger Agent, Cin lighter than any we havo heard of. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. to show thu immensity of this departA lecturer recently asked thia ques- cinnati, u. Tho last census was taken in 1890, I tion: "Can any one in this room toll Pernans vou would not think in. hut i varv ment of tho GoverumenCand then four years ago, and yet tho bureau is still Urge propo'liou must close. It took $917 worth of lubri- mo of a perfect man?" There waa si from carleitneti of dtseaus in New York coinei issuing bulletins. about catchlnir colli." un l)r The latest is that in Sjrut Kdi-n- . "It cating olid to koep tho machinery in good lence for a moment. "Haa any one," common that very li tuch a simple thing and to that year the few people, uuless it li a case total of the capital invested runuing order; l.auu oi cotton cioiu lor he continued, "over heard of a perfect was and the value of the York It the healthiat Atlantympana etc., $3,535 of thread Just to eew woman?" Then a patient little woman tic Coastone oiyet there are aplaces on thecairs of product $9,370,107,024. and great many In Kentucky printed; twino aau consumption wnicn nac tneir origin tho books which wore in a black dress roso from a back seat caiarrnneglect ol the simplest precaution of every there wore 7,745 manufacturing estabin this 0 of ilouri'.for paste; i tf 143 barrels Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your and answered: "Thero waa one I've i. i uc muH leuiioiQ suvico u. wnen you lishments, with an invested capital of The Drug-Stor- e have oue toon as lly all worth of gold leaf which was used in often heard of her, but she is dead now. meana oo get rid oi it asit.1' Dr. Dossibl does not $79,S11,0S0. Edson tot neglect cold but we will. tell you how to cure Take putting titles on tho covors of books, She was my husband's first wife." Two playmates of Chatnberlain'i Cough Kerned y. It will relieve the John lungs, aid expectoration, open the secretions and Parrot, of Fayette, also about $300 worth of pencils used by grew angry with him At a "church hugging bee" in Alabama soon effect a permanent cure 25 and 50 cent bot. etc., and other proof readers, clerks, Ilea lor sale by Or. S. G. Hocker, druggist. and sought to put an end to him bv m items too numerous tojmcntion. Now tho other evening a book agent, while swinging him to a limb in hia father's School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries ofall kinds, A Million Frlendd. isn't this a pretty good, eized establish- - blindfolded, hugged hia own wife for Liquors for Medical Purposes. They came very near accomplishA friend In need it a friend indeed, and not lets yard. several minutes and when he learned tnent? than one million have found just such a friend in ing their purpose, for when Mr. Panot commenc- the fact got mad It was my intention when I and demanded his mon- Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, found his eon blood was eushine from .a.wv il.I .t.. ed this letter to mako it very short, but ey back. Thia made tho wife mad and f'iti.h. anil fViM. Ifvnn ti wmwill Medicine, one trial convince you written a great deal nioro sho demanded double rates for her part Kreat itCoughwonderful curative powers in all dit- - his iioeo and ears and he was in a dead havo already that haa Call and see us. ineuaau hicidi iuc xnroai, do all that ijungt, f.acn but. f.tint. than I intended so will close in the transaction. tie Is guaranteed to is claimed or man ey will be refunded. Trial bottles free at A. R the way." the Breckinridge-Pol-lar- d 'By BucEiln'sAmlcn Salve. I'enn) 'a drugstore. Largo bottles jocand Ji. Your Summer's Vacation The lest salvo In the world tor cuts, bruisea suit is in progress andthe Court ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapWill he well spent if yon visit eomo of Four Biff Succodsea. Uoubo has been crowded since the ped hands, chilblains, corns all tho delightful resorta in the northwest Having' the needed merit to more than mate tions and positively cures piles and no skin erup nf fha trial, last Friday. Tlio or pay requir located along the Wisconsin Central gooj all the advertising claimed for them, the ed. It is guaranteed to pvv perfect satis faction four remedies have reached prospect is that it will continue through l.inoa, wliich are unsurpassed hoth for tale. Dr King's New Discouery, a phenomenal or money refunded. Plica S cents per box for contump. For tale by A. R. Penny, Sunlord, Ky. y their scenic heauty and health-givintion, Cougha and Coldt, each bottle guaranteed-Electrthe entiro month. In tho city tho hitters, the groat remedy for Liver Stomqualities. Convenient trains, good hoseems to bo entirely with Miss Chamberlaiu'a J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. ach aud Kidneyt. Ducklen's Arnica Salve, the tatitfaetlon of anvCough Kemedy gives the best tel accommodations and Hj couirh racriinn hamfl. bestin and if tho inhabitant of Wash- have inaco them popular. reasonable rates .. I. If. I. the nworld, and Dr. King's New Life I'illt, at a seller leada all other nrpnAratlnn. in .1... Pollard II kaA ivriucuici art) narfii'i vtStl va.h.I.a For full par- wiiiwi pviivoi pint 23d, 1894. claimed for them market. I recommend it because It is the best ington could have a vote Mr. Breckin- ticulars, hotol rates, maps, tlmo tables guaranteed to do just whit Utua medicine I ever handled for coughs and croun. overwhelming defeated and guide hooks apply to Jaa. O. Pond. A. W llaldridge, Mlllersville, III. For tale by Full corps of Conservatory and Normal Schoolteachers. Superior courses rideo would be I be glad to tell you more of them. Soil at A Dr. S. G. Uocke , druggist. wi in Literature. Music and G. O. K. Genl. l'aaar. Agt., Milwaukee, Wis. ( K. Penny's Drug Store. 4 in his coming race. An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on aDDlleation. at The Bible contains 3,500,-ISletter-- , 773,7-1words, 31,173 verses, 1,100 chapters and m books. Tho word "Lord" 1,855 times; tho word "Johovah" occurs 5,815 times; tho word "Reverend" occurs but once, iu tho ninth verso of thu 111th Psalm. Tlio Winchester-Domocrsaya that n certain preacher has been called to preach for a church iu Clnrk county "on tho 6th Sunday in each month that a fivo Sundays." This ia almost equal to "funeral obsequies" "widow woman" and tho like. Rev. Win. M. Grubbs, for more than CO years an active member of tho Methodist church, being at dliTerent times a member of tho Kentucky Conference Illinois Conference and tho Southeast Indiana Conference, died at Kusaollvlllo in tho 71st yoar of his ago. Dr. II. W. Ballantyno, for 20 yeara pastor of tho Presbyte.ian church at Bloomfleld, N. J., has given up the faith and united with tho Congregational church. Ho says thero is a narrowing iutluouce Bt work in the Presbyterian church that eoeka to dwarf that ho has been called to do. Klder W. L. Williams' sermon at tho Christian church Sunday night on "Prohibition from a Scriptural Standpoint," la pronounced to be tho most masterly and convincing argument of the campaign. Tho Bpeaker has given tho question much deep and earnest study and while there aro thoso who differ with him aa to the proper manner of dealing with thu great ovll, they can not irainsav thu fact that Mr. Williama is satisfied ho ia right and that tho good old servant of tho Lord id aa oincero as'ho ia Christ-lik- e. cc-cur- B con-tnln- Van Aredale, wo would like to correct through your columns an impression produced by an article in your last issue. As to tho causes of thu little trouble at tho last meeting of tho council, had our distinguished mayor discharged hia duty as tho presiding officer of the body, and not allowed a paid attorney to insult his fellow councilman, even to tlio turning of both cheeks, nothing unpleasant could havo occurred. Dr. Van Arsdalo was right. Ho had tho permission both of tho mayor and tho gentleman then speaking to occupy tho floor nnd In tho midst of his speech tho mayor allowed tho attorney to tautallze him with several remarks, without any correction of the attorney, but as soon as Dr. Van Arsdalo replied, ho ordered hi.n to take his seat and because ho did not do so at onco ho fined imt $2, but allowed the attorney to proceed. These proceedings wont on without tho slightest protection to the council from the mayor, for two evenings. We regard Dr. Van Arsdalo as a christian gentleman, and as having done what we all should havo doue, uttered our protest against such proceod-ings. A Correction With a big 0. (Tothu Editor Interior Journal.) Stankoki) Maiicii 19.- -In justice to our friend and fellow councilman. Dr. J. K. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Joe Haselden has taken charge of the Brynntsvillo stago line. deputy postmaster. I. Hamilton will act as Tho office was transferred Thursday night. Mr. Cal Nevius, who was badly hurt in some machinery at East's distillery, Iibb recovered aufiiciently to come to town. C. C. Cook, tho famous Eh cornet player, will return from Tennessee this week nnd open carriage shop on Buford Mrs. Jn. Northern Seed Potatoes, D. M. Ferry's C&AM)DimT &EIIiB9 ONION SETS AND FLOWER SEEDS McKINNEY & HOOKER. IfaKaporStotfes We Have Got Them. W. H. WEAREN & CASH STORE. 'ON EAST STREET. Ilich-mon- d, Lu-cln- da Goods, Groceries, Boots, shoes, Hardware, two-thir- - SMALL PROFIT CASH. J. C. FLORENCE. furlc-ughc- d W STOCK, Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Iron Wagon Material, , T TOU1 IOT1BME T. W. H. HIGGINS. drink-nothin-g half-ton- MeRoberts' Drug Store, e $50,-00- J50S,-65S5- 7 HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, sight-roein- g DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, g d W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST. i tJ,i:.',,-io,5J0o- , DR S. G. HOCKER, $2,-10- 0; 810,-00- Drugs, School Supplies, PH. S. C. HOCKER, Th.o The Best Goods For The Least Money. Druggist. m .,. aym-path- g ic Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January I ! a A tikmvp-Mfii- ; . Hrans 'z ipwnwwsiB i&jMiAjJawt jfefeiy.:ArCL'11?1 rtVji V'W- - ' 4- i "1- - inti-l- ii'i'iaiii'r" Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal March 20, 1S9-- Stanford, Kv., VV. P. WALTON. 6 OR 8 PAGES. EVERY It has been lairo-vs- r. Brock-inridg- the go at once o developed thnt Col. the largest and most elegant stock of Spring Goods in Stanwas secretly married to Mrs. Louise Wing on the 29th of April by Dr. Paxfon in New York City, or nearly n month beforo thoceno in the oflico of We have on sale every item below, together with hundreds of other the chief of police, when ho publicly equally good bargains in all departments. We stand at the head of promised to marry Mies Pollard. The the trade in Stanford for lowest prices on standard goods. If you de proacher says that ho suppressed the sire to make large savings with your ready cash come to us. cents. . marriao certificate to oblige the brought 2c. Mies Anna Wonzowlaska, agod 10, bride, who desired an opportunity to Our horso advertisements have bewas acquitted upon a criminal charge in better acquainted with her husgun to comuin and in a few weeks every Nuw York, and created considerable band's family and for tho further fact horse of importance in this section will by throw ing her arms around that the regulation year had not expired bo represented in our columns. Now is tho judge's neck and kiesing him in open Was the success of our unparalleled eflorts last week. The prices at since tho death of the other wife. Wo Tue invitation of tho city of Louisville court. your time, to secure space. which the goods were marked crowped our store to thcutmost capacBold to Chestciu't see how this circumstance can af- -f to the Grand Army of tho Republic to George F. Anderson Tho Court of Appeals has ordered In order to give the people another opportunity we have decidact Miss Pollard's demand for damages, hold its encampment of 1S95 within her a nuw trial in the casa of George Delan nut & Francis, a black stallion and three ity. oven if the defendant was not in condi borders is wo aro glad to know more ey, sentenced to imprisonment for life two year-oldfor 750. Mr. Anderson ed to continue this sale one more week. tion to marry at tho time he promised. than likely to bo accepted, as many Stato for complicity in tho sensational assas- also sold to W. K. Masaey, of Bowling Ho had on as many previous occasions encampments havo voted to do so. Its lo- sination of Abbio Oliver Delaney.in Un- Green, a two year-olfilly for $175. left tho impression that ho intended to cation, its surroundings and its railroad ion county. Danville Advocate. marry her, in fact had told Mrs. Black- facilities make it a most desirable point Monhars, 2:ltJ, and Soppho, 2:13f, A German woman, Mrs. Anna burn so in as many words. Miss Pollard for tho meeting and in no other city in Scheat, at Covington, who has been di- noted horses that earned their record at was on tho stand Friday and again yes- our common country would tho welcome vorced from two husbands in five years, tho trots, havo been entered in tho 2:30 terday, but nothing especially new was be us sincere or the hospitality extended was so hurt when a ealoon keeper told pace at Grand Rapids. It id iudeed a Indigo blue calico .P4C per yd., American shirting best brands drawn from her testimony. She bore to the old soldiers more hearty. There her to go and kill herself that sho went pity to change tho gait of such phenom- - of fancy calico c, oil red plain and figured American and up remarkably under tho trying ordeal aro a great many points of interest in and did so. inal trotters as these. Lancaster Apron Ginghams at 5c, the latest styles in dress ginghams , and gave additional proof that her faint- Louisville and the Stato that tho voter-an- s has Just foal-e- for 5c, Zephyr ginghams Rosalind Wilkes, worth special sale of ladies Three hundred guests at wedding ing fit tho other day was only a feint. a fine filly colt, which is by Regal handkerchiefs at IOC worth 25c. would enjoy and wo hope that they feast in Massachusetts bavo been poison 'From tho night ho took mo to Sarah will decide to pitch their tents in our ed, and some aro in a critical condition. Wilkes, 2: 11 J. This gives the filly a deGuess' in 1SSI," she said dramatically, metropolitan city. Chairman J. II. It is thought tho poisoning camo from scent from George Wilkes in both linen, J "there never was n suggestion of a disof tho Commercial Club, is putting tho cookery of some of tho dishes in a and she inherits an average spued of a continuance of those miserable relations forth his best eflorts to that end and he 'copper boiler, fraction over 2:13. until he left me with all sorts of prom- usually gets what ho goes after. Wheat being below a producing March term of Tho docket for tho ises, pledges and loving words on tho circuit court is as follows: Common point, farmers who are able to hold will Just received a handsome line of men's fine shoes which will be .sold 19th of May, 1893." The whole case so One anarchist has been hoisted on his wealth casea, 21G; old equity, 101; new profit by retaining it. It is a good thing for Si, worth i? 1. 75. Ladies' Dongola Hutton Shoes at worth far has shown that the Methodist doc own petard and sent to a clime where equity, 33; old common law, 03, now to have about the barn, and is better for Si. Co. Don't forget to look at our ladies' slippers that will be sold trino of total depravity is capable of ocu- bombs and bomb makers eternally abide, common law, 22; making a total of 525. Uaby's shoes will go in this sale for 20c, woith hoarding purposes than either gold or for 75c, worth Si. 50. lar demonstration. She is far from be- lie went into a church at Paris with a Somerset Paragon. double the money. Our spring clothing comes piling in on us and wc silver. Cincinnati Commercial. ing as good as she ought to bo and ho bomb in his pocket and it exploded, terI havo rented tho Will Hays track must have room for it, therefore wc will sell anything in that departThe perennial oyater war between ribly mangling his worthless carcass. Virginia aud Maryland ia assuming a foi this year and will take pooenaiou of it ment at 50c on the Si. Don't forget that we arc selling men's hats well, tho author of tho Dr. Jekel-M- r. at Hyde story must have had him in hU Fortunately none of tho worshipers were Berious phase in its spring campaign, a on April 1st. I will remain nt the track 25c a piece. eye when ho wrote that remarkable nar- seriously hurt and no great damage was fight having taken place between a ir day and night and will spend my entire rative of duplicity and double dealing. done to the church. If you havo a iriuia oolice schooner and a party of time with my horses. The colonel is expected to testify young horse you wish broken or one you Marylandersjon shore. The editors of tho Somerset Paragon and it is hinted that ho has a card up An enthusiastic driver of a U. S. wish worked for speed, let mo talk his sleeve, but it is bard to imagine how havo much better memories than the mail wagon at Boston decorated his horse with you about it, Thomas C. Yeager, ., k-sthe can even in a measuro extricate him- "old man," who does not remember thai and wagon with green Hags on St. Pat- Stanford. self from tho deep, dark and damning ho over referred to tho "pig headed ju- rick's day. The postmaster ordered him A. URBANSKV & CO., Proprietor Listen at the warble of this Dago in of guilt that has been so fully ries of Pulaski," but if wo did we did not to removeithe decorations and came very Thero aro pig mean to be personal. proven. the Mt. Vernon Signal: It has been T. D. RANKV, Manager. discharging him. headed juries everywhere and Lincoln near of tho InTheJCunard steamer Lucauia, from our belief that Editor Walton, It has been discovered beyond contro- county is no exception, tho more's the terior Jochnai-- , judged by his hieroNow York to Queeustown by tho Southversion that tho "Blarney Stone" which pity. glyphic writing, general mako up, temern route, 2.S17 miles, made tho run in was exhibited in tho "Blarney Castle" in was some 13 hours and 19 minutes, or at perament and characteristics, George Dkkxv, of Lexington, has an- five days, tho Midway Plaiaince, was net the origikind of foreigner, but it was left for a nal by several jugs full. When tho castle nounced himself a candidate for govern- tho rate of 21.73 knots nn hour. This is (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn.) e printer to definitely decide of was first opened tho lack of the blarney or on tho republican ticket and is foolish tho best time eyer made. what nationality. After Walton had All the unsold admission tickets to the stono was painfully apparent, so the enough to eay he is going to bt elected. corrected somo of the printei'd work unmanager employed two men to produce "Tho Commonwealth is not ready" to do World'a Fair,;3,500,000 in number, havo til looked like a railroad map in black, it Chicago speculator for one. These two on a dark night in June so foolish a thing at present at least as to been sold to a foltickets aro very fine specimens he asked the printer why ho hadn't The repaired to tho comer of 57th Street and make Mr. Denny its chief executive. lowed the copy better. The answer was of steel engraving, and cost tho Exposi Pjrtland ayenue, in Chicago, and there written quickly enough "I can't read a Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year NEWSY NOTES. tion Company $2.G0J per 1,000. dug up a limestone paving block, about Chinaman's writing." and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. Tho Field Columbian Museum at 18 inches long and 8x10 inches in dimenIndiana pensioners have drawn by tho Chicago has just been enriched sions. They carried it to tho village and in four years. placed it in a cneo which had been re parsed largest additions ever made to any musThe Bland seigniorage bill eum in America. Tho purchases repreceived that day in bond, where it remain- the Senate by a vote of 44 to 31. Before you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper, than sent and outlay of $100,000, and include ed until tho closo of the Fair and whero A negro was lynched at Strouds-bur- y, the cheapest. tho Tiffany exhibit, tho Government Sealer la it was kissed by 25,000 people who paid Pa., for murder. They all do it. VV. L. WITHERS, Salesman. 10 cents to place thero lips upon it, so A bill to increase all Mexican pen- gold aud silver alloy exhibit, tho Kunz as to have tho power of eloquence trans- sions from $S to $12 has been present- meteorite collection, and many othtrs Furniture Moulding, Window Shade seen at the World'a Fuir. mitted to them. Thus another of the ed in the Senate. A destructive storm awept over tho many illusions and delusions of the wonStato Treasurer H, S. Hale has formMATTRESiSESKS, AC. South Saturday night and Sunday doing -derful aggregation of curios and curiosi- ally announced himself a candidate for THE DAYTON- : : great damage. At Longviow, Tex., five ties is dispelled and those who were taken Secretary of State. in aro ready to exclaim thero was nothing Next Friday is the day fixed for tho peoplo were killed and nine injured, CROSS-CUreal in the vast display hut. the wriggling assassin of Mayor Harrison to hang. It several of them fatally. A man aud his The NEW FURNITURE STORE were killed outright near four children girls in tho Persian theatre. is also Good Friday. AndTho large dry iioods house of Sea- - Gainesville, Tex. Lightning caused the Is now full of the latest style and dfMgni the manufactures aiford. If we were in position to parcel out shol & Co., Louisville, will retire from death of ono person in Texas and two the the offices we should never appoint business in a short time. people in Georgia. Heavy hail is re- Oak lied Room Suites, Children's Rockers, an editor to even tho smallest, and a self " Nursery Chairs, " is now thought that the fight be ported in Texas. Some of tho stonea Walnut It Cradles, respecting editor ought not to apply for tween Corbett and Jackson will not oc- weighed 18 ounces, aud did great dam Cotton Top Mattresses, HtU Picture Mouldings, one. Wo can not recall, hardly a single cur before September or October. IUin fell in torrents llcl Springs, ago to stock. Lounges, Plcturos af all Kinds, Hcst Farm Implements Made. instance in which such appointees Curtain Ples, Couchet. The seating capacity of tho churches through the South. bavo notfgone at onco out of the news- in the United States is in round numbers Single Ilcds, Hall Trees, Opaque Window Shades Hat Keeks, FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. paper bu&iness or retired from its active 43,000,000, with 111,000 preacherB. Children's tils, Kitchen Safes, control. As soon as he was appointed to Lightning set fire to the stock barn Lounges, White horses aro excluded from tho China Closets, a positionin the collector's office, Bro. of John Koop, in Daviess county, SunCentre Tables, Writing Desks, German army. Fox throw up the sponge and tho Cutting Tables, day morning, and 12 fiue horses were Josiah Bishop bought in Marion, 20 Office Tables, Dining Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Times went dead. Now tho lost. cattle at;about $25 a head. Children's high Chairs Reception Chairs, news comes by "the Register and other. The Union Depot at Denver caught Iluldu, 2:0SJ, will be bred to Doxte Rattan Itockers in cherry. wise that French Tipton's Climax is to fire at an early tour Sunday morning Princo and retired till 18J0. I am ready to accommodate my customers with be sold to a republican syndicate, because and was burned to tho ground, entailing John Hilton sold to W. I. Ilerrin, a he hisn't the time to spare from gauging a loss of $250,000. LOWEST CASH P1UCES pair of aged mare mules, for $ 200. whisky at Silver Creek to give it tho uoc-- e Mrs. John W. Noble, wife of Two or three young jacks for sale. On anything they want in my line. Gov. McCreary wo auk isary attention. Noble, of President Harrison's Jas. Walker Giveus, McKinuoy. you ns a friend, to give no other editors Cabinet, died suddenly at her homo in AXTD J. C. Underwood bought of James office unless you want to got rid of them. St. Louis of of butcher cattle at 2c. failure. Lynn a lot heart My prices shall be your satisfaction. Ueazloy Bros, sold to Roid rt McKin-neCol. Silas Adams has introduced a Taking as a text our article on the 20 sheep at f and 15 at $1.05. bill to pay Mrs. Tarmalia Smyth, of Catho Coffoy travesty of justice recently displayed by Irish Potatoes are retailing hero at sey, $100 for her house which was takeu W. W. WITHERS. Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinawarc line. Call and juries here, tho Louisville Post publish- by Federal troops during tho war. SI a bushel or about lOcts more than es an editorial on Kentucky justice in examine and get prices. The superintendent of public in- wheat. which it says tho situation is more ser. Doty bought of Schooler, of of Indiana, has decided that J. A. struction, lous than one imagines for tho cause of devotional services can not be enforced Madison, 35 200 pound hogs at 4 Jc the failure of justice lies deeper than wo in tho public schools of that State. The following excellently bred Jacks will make aro ready to admit. Juries are tolerant Stanford, Ky. L. Bailey, of Shelby, sold at Danvillo the season of 1894 at my place on the Stanlordi An unknown woman with an tight of crime because, the people are tolerant. Saturday 10 Holatien cattle Lancaster pike: months old baby claBpod to her bosom at auction Judges aro lenient because the people sought death at Dayton, O., by plunging-unde- for $787. aro indifferent. Prosecutions aro ineffecli vxj x3r boar A nice lot of Poland-Ohin- a the wheels of a Pan Handle train tive because public opinion is alllicted The noted Jack that was bought at Levi Mrs. Marion Stucker, of Madison, eboata for sale. M. S. Baughmau, Stansale for $i,So: by 3rd Prince, ho by sd with Bentimentalism and looks on the Ind., who has been taking in washing to Dealer in Oliver Chilled and Uuclicr & Gibbs' Imperial Prince, lie by Imp. Princo. 1st dam Daisy by ford, Ky. victim of cir. Dixie, he by Irvine' Dixmby KIckapoo; ad dam criminal as an unfortunate good campaigner, Nellie Gray by Lord Wellington; 3d dam by Jim keep the wolf from her door, has just Silas Skinner, a cumstances rather than as a responsiblo boon granted a pension Porter. with back pay of with nrocord of 2;17 sold for $925 the tor jennetWill serve jennets at f 15 for jack and $10 celts aud win also serve a being. And so tho awful crime of mur $0,000. day. other der ir not adequately anu swutiy punTho firo loss on milling property in Please return our grain sacks. Thia Limited Number of Mares at $10, ished, whilo we "even up" things by Double Shovel Plow?, Plow Harness and tho United States in 1893 is reported at means you. J. II. Baughman & Co., ...Will also stand.. subjecting to execesivo punishment tho $2,979,630, with insurance involved of millers, Stanford. petty violators of tho law. $1,508,325. During tho year 284 mills At Richmond, Ind., 250 roadster 2 At Eight Dollars. were burned. marea und geldings sold under tho hamOf the 19 lieutenant generals in tho Insure all colts till four months old. Lien remer for $50,000. After having once been proven guilConfederate army, but four survive tained till season money is paid. When mares or I am the only authorized Agent in the East End of the county for Mr. Joseph Phillips bought 15 year- jennets are traded or removed beforo tho (act Is ty of violating the civil service law by Wado Hampton, Joo Wheeler, ascertained as to beinR In foal, insurance is -and makes season money due. B. Gordon. Tho active assessing revonuo employes for campaign ling mare mules of B. S. Gentry, of and John Oliver Chilled REPAIRS. Beware of the bogus repairs that'are Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but at $125. Lebanon Enterprise. on both Bides are rapidly purposes,; Walter P. Shaw, a deputy unresponsible should any occur. not particpants offered by different parties, Thanking our customers lor For Sale. Puro bred B. Plymouth solicit a continuance of tame their past favors we passing away and beforo many years but der Albert Scott, tho republican colleceggs from choice specimens at $1 It L. 1IUI1ULK, few will be left to tell the tale of the tor of that district, was acquitted in the Rock . .n Po v. tIT r .. .. Cilotn tT j 6 Lncaster,Kr, ior id. lit w. uyuu, fl uuow, kjr. U. S. Court at Louisville. bloody strife. ahead. And to 4- -J Alas and alack, so many of us fail to Wo know a practice what wo preach man who preaches with all tho unction of sincerity tho doctrine of sanctification and an absolute attainment of a sinless perfection, and futhermore, wo boliove, professes to have himself attained thnt high estate, yet wo saw him recently exhibit a temper that would have done credit to a heatheu chineo and display a spirit totally at variance with tho teachings of tho meek and lowly Nazarino ho professes to follow. Tho troublo with many teachers of sanctification is that they confound it with tho secondary moaning ot sanctimonious, in outer words they make a Bhow of sanctity, olongato thero faces and for a pretencu mako long prayers, forgetting that He has said these shall receive tho greater damnation. Brethren, let us examine ourselves, put on the whole armor of tho Lord and try so to livo that tho world will bo convinced of our sincerity and feol that we at least aim to practice whnt wo preach. 1 A great many unomployed people aro joining the salvation army. candidates for Tho Kolbite-PopuliState offices in Alabama havo begun an aggressive campaign. Tho democratic ticket will not bo nominated until May st W. M. Kirbyof Bowling Green, who slipprd a car load of nice saddlo horBOS to Chicago found ready sale for them at $175 to $400. Tho Associated Press has now linked togother by over 18,000 miles of leased wires overy important city in tho country, from Maine to California and from Minnesota to Texas. Tho Democratic Stato Central Committee, of Arkansas, ignored tho proposition to give tho peoplo n chanco to express their preference for United States Senator by county primaries. At ttio sale of unidentified property chard. held by tho Lost and Found Department Only a fair crowd attended Danville of tho World's Fair, false teeth sold at court yesterday, and business very dull. one cent per set, gold watches, $3.50 A few three year-ol- d cattle were sold at and a sealskin sacquo only brought 2c and n emnll lot of butcher stuff Fou Salk Cheap. Buy mare, 5 years old, 15 hands high, good saddlo and buggy mare. Write Wm. Hay word, Agt.L. & N. R. R , London, Ky. The total cotton marketed from September 1 up to tho close of bu8lneB8 yesterday was 0,727,9155 bales against 5,030,-32for tho corresponding period last year. Fon Sale. Two nico Dnroc Red Then go Jereoy boar shoats, ready for Burvice. will find Price $10 per head, boxed on cars. Ad ford. dress at once, R. II. Brouaugh, Crab Or0 Be Sure You're Ei gilt Louisville Store, where you Great and Glorious s d Our Dry Goods Department Prices 44 .4'c, .jc, 2:1-11- d S'c I2c, Mil-like- n, Our Shoe Department rc, to-da- LOUISVILLE : STORE, staxtfori:, cess-po- ol deaf-mut- B K. WEAREIM, Dealer i, Carriages, Wagons, Bug gies, Farming Implements, $11,-00- 0. 145,-000,0- W W. WITHERS, Get His Prices -- COMB T AJCsTID Stanford, Kentucky. SEE. DISC HARROW, -- I The Brown Cultivator, J. K. VANARSDALE, 11 June-tbnCit- y GLASSWARE, QUEEN SWARE, CAIZL SEE ME House y 1 Opposite CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. Cen-Recor- d. Jacks For Service. FARRIS & HARDIN, Mo r JOE BLACKBTTItlT, Hub-tile- 's Wo iPKiMie: i P Otlicr Good Mule Jacks Long-Btre- et FIELD v SIEZEIDS. lor-ftlt- ed Lex-ingto- u, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. ! v i.4..J-- J r..Sfli4jM-Jtti- . , itBStmtWLfrt1.$ 'l!i',ai"8U')r-'- . . 4 nm w m p - " wi' ywn.,.i ft mv ' l'n ' ' ' I I '"fM H'l'm W ' IU hi WW 'I jijli IJJJIlM MipmpiMJIlPi- - JUi WJi I Ji'U'iH "5 ', .. '! Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 31 aiici! Eastkr 'presents at' Danks, tho Handsome lino of queonawnro at A Hardin's. jdw-ele- r. A Cooley Creamer will double Btajjfoiid, Ky., - Far-ri- s product with one fourth the labor over tho old system. Keo it at Farris it Har- the A few days ago John Nevius, Bourne, Tommy Wine, Pig True-hea- rt Port-ma- n, 3 Easter Presents : 20, 1894 Our Easter win caye, which opens into Dix Rivor Bomo I am now receiving a full lino of spring dow is full of novelties of tho season and five miles from bore. They left on foot E. C. Waltok, Business Manager suitings. Call and seo them. II. 0. nt prices beyond competition. Dnnks, early in tho morning and by 0 o'clock had reached tho cave's entrance nnd were tho jeweler. 9 Are on exhibition in the window of MEAN8 BUSINESS. Just received a uew and nico lot of ready for explorations. All were to enTiik address of Elder Joseph Ballou on ter tho cavo together, but tho two latter Buy your nchool books nml school Btin spring clothing for boys. Call snd see Local Option was iargoly attended. In grow S. II. Shanks. piles ol nil kinds nt A. It. Penny's. on when the time fact everyone of tho numerous classes ho Watch KB, clocks ami jnwelry ropnircd Fon Hk.nt. House that I llvod in, ad- inyited seomed to hnvo been presout. came they preferred remaining outside. nil wnrrnnteil. KugrnvinK n spoclalty, joining Mrs. Fannio Green's. Mrs. Ma- Tho Bpecker is as full of statistics ns nn Pig Portman, with lantern in band, led at A. It. I'oiiny's. ry Eugteman, Hubble. egg is of meat or as was tho great and tho crowd and In a short while they bad Don't fail to examine our goods when passing and you will find our TiiKlarneHtHtockof Dni, MeiHcinos, lamenter. Senator Beck, nnd ho used his wended their way far into tho "hole in rerfmnory, Painta ami Wall Taper at A. 0. Sink bought stock the most complete and our yesterday of Dr. tho ground." Turning a corner, Pig's A. It. Penny's, J'rvflcriptions a specialHugh Held seven feet of land on Main facts nnd figures most effectively ngainBt lantern struck a rock, and ty. breaking the tho nefarious trailic in rum His rebru'iAL Noticu. Ihinrymul Sam Ly Street to straighten his lino nt 23 80 a globe tho light was extinguished. None marks, while strong nnd pointed, were ons of Danville, Ky, oiler thdr business foot. temperate nnd considerate, showing that of them had been thoughtful enough to (of 28 years standing) for tmlo. Posaes-- s on K'iven Sepuuntwr 1st 1891, in mnplu Fooit Hays boys, George, Will, Iko ho recognizes tho fact that you can not carry alonj; a supply of matches, and tlmo for Hit) fall nml winter initio. This nnd Fred, were fined 52 to 5 each for win a man by abusing him and that mo- tnero tiiey were without light or the is Krnml opportunity to (ngiiRO in ono of fighting n festival given by tho Bene lasses catches Hies much quicker than least knowledgo of the cave. Tho littlo at thoohleRtutiil bust pntnliliuhed businoss vinegar. Mr. Ballou hns a great deal of fellows wero Beared almost out of their In Central Ky. Address Henry & Sum town Band. ... ...... Lyons, Danville. good, bard, common sense in that old wits and in their efforts to get out where Attention jh ealleil to the advertiae-mo- head of his and when ho puts tho glorious sun was shining, they got it on tap deeper of Mesdamea Corey Saunders mid into tho bowels of tho earth. PERSONAL POINTS." Harris Hamilton, who are about to open those who nre present get n lull benefit. They walked till their littlo feet were At tho conclusion of his speech, Elder Litti.ic Willie, son of Dr. Hockor. is a g house. W. E. Ellis was loudly called for and tired, but still wero no nearer out. quiet sick. I have added to my business a line of MissOkoikjiic Wkay is visItitiK Miss Laxdiiktii's garden seeds 15 cents per made a few remarks, which provod that At last, n happy thought struck Leader Portman, and at his suggestion, they all doz. papers. Htd and white onion sets ho is heart and soul for tho oxtenninn Hessie Itichards nt Junction City. knelt and spent a few momenta in prnyer. 15 and 20 cents per quart. Miss An.nik Pens and tion of tho great evil nnd would loathe continues to Tho prnyer must havo been answered, popularity gained by the idea that he beans nt reduced prices nt A. A. it Rives us plensum to notn. s. would over fail to strike it n blow on ev- for in less than a hnlf an hour, the sight From Miss Maiiy Ugazmsy, of Lancaster, 1ms which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match of light greoted their eyes, nnd tho exery opportune occasion. boon the jjuust of Mies Dollio McUoberts. Lost, Strayed on Stolbn. A dnrk ploring party ran in that direction for without wasje. If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it Mis Lukik .Mknepxic is lcnrniriK the, brown setter pup, about live months old. In Self Dki'knbk. At tho beginning dear life. They wero wet, tired and here in two days. milliner's biiginecs under Mrs. P. T. Anyone knowing of his wherenbouts of tho prohibition fight, wo took occasion hungry when they joined their less brave Oourts. will plenso report to mo nnd receivo re- to express our convictions witli regard to friends on the outside, but a more Miis. Hrttik I'hhms, of Lexington, is ward. Clarence E. Tato, Stanford. tho best manner of dealing with the thoughtful crowd could hardly have been yisltitiK her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. T. A. All tho negroes charged with crnp whisky evil, nnd to say that wo wore found. It was really a narrow escape for Parsons. convinced from observation that high the hoys. Mns.T. 8. Hick returned from Louis-vill- o shooting were acquitted, but Ligo Smith, a 9 Tjperly guarded, is better than n too willing witness for them, was held yesterday. Little John Shnnks was Thinks It Touoii. Wo aro told that by Judge Varnon for perjury ns huswore prolii'i'tion ns generally practiced and with hnr. but that it being a strictly mor- Rev. Sizomoro relates this experience in diametrically opposite to reputable wit- - cufori-rtdJ. It, Nu.nnki.lky, tho drummer, is tltfMHfg. al qiiintion, upon which good men dlller-ed- , his labors for prohibition: Ho went to here for a few days' visit to his parents not many miles wo would tako no part in tho contest CoHey's school-housTiik Lecture Club seemM to have bad nor and friends. permit the paper to do so. Wt hnvo south of town, nnd delivered nn address Mit. and Miis. M. Thommn-- , cf luck with its men. Mr. Copeland, who had no reason to change our miiul in which he pronounced himself to have Ghriatlnn ColieKi'. Ilustonvlllv, were was to bo hero on the 31, writes that he either regard, but there has been an ap- been ono of tho best of his life and decan notoomo till April 26th. Ho will bo hero yesterday. siring to know what olTect it had had on Mm. II. C. HiTLEY, who has beon suf- worth waiting for though, if tlm half we parently studied eirort, by interested nnd his hearers, ho asked all who intended other persons, to provoke us to take n ferings extremely for the last tiireu weeks, hear of him he true. to volo for prohibiting tho rum trailic hand in tho tight, by reporting what this is a little improved. There seems to he little doubt thnt and that prohibition speaker had said to stand up. Threo only of tho largo Is it we arc busy while our competitors are standing around talking CitAKi.ni Hayobn went up to Middles tlio election in tho Hustonvillo nrecinnt about us, some of which has been proven crowd arose to their feet. "Thoso who hard times? It is because we give personal attention to our business. boio .Sunday to bo examinml for a Saturday will result in a victory for the false, but we shall not bo moyed by such will vote for whisky will now stand up,"' We study the needs of ns postal clerk. our customers. Mrys. It in hardly so sure here, hut it tilings. If a majority of our people suggested tho preacher, who wns asMns. J. It. Adams, of Nuwport, is tounded to see 20 mon get up from their want to try prohibition again, well nnd her sinters, Mrs. Ida mid Lizzie looks like irxt Monday will rrcord a ma good. Wo always cheerfully submit seats. Hoping that he had mado a greatjority for local option. Tividnnllnt lltibtotiville. when such will is properly expressed. er impression on tho femalo portion of MiniHudik Klljs rvtnrned from Have you seen our now wraps, our and shall, in tho future ns iii the past, the nmlicncc, ho nsked those of tho laSunday with Miss Hettio new dress goods, our now silks for waists, emleavor to do our part toward the faith- dies who were opposed to tho liquor lllnin, who is now her tsuest. our new satteens mid ginghams, and the ful execution of tho law, whether iu our trailic to Bignify it by nrising. Ho could Mits. II. (!. Cork, of Jellico, passed on gruatest of all our new clay worsted hardly believe his eyes when only four opinion it is expedient or not. the train yesterday to visit her mother, suits nt 58 50, our now neglige shirts, arose, nnd ho was literally dumbfounded Mrs. Lottie Green, who is sick. Tiik meeting of tho Caledonian Society when nearly all the others aroso when our now ties and everything new for all ' e at tho M. J. II. Va.iiiook, ol Urodheac', your wants. Hughes it Tato. Saturday night was ho asked thoso who wanted the traffic to We sell them at reasonable prices. Small profits and quick sales is writes Hint he has bought a farm near quite an evont in the lives of the partic- continue, to do so. Ho at once shook our motto. Come and see our new The CYCLoNr, Among tho many good ipants and much enjoyed by n crowded the dust of his feet from tho locality P.trksjH!o and will move thither and hits mado by Editor Will Shanks in his audience. President S. W. Menefeo pre- siys tho whole thing was Mn. and Mrs. II. 0. Xkwfom, of explained Tenn., are visiting their father, Cyclone, the following was especially sided with a great deal of otlum cum when upon going to the clerk's oflico ho Mr. It. G. Alford, mnl Mrs. Geo. I). Wear-en- . good: "Mr. Jim Ed Bruco is a great dig and all who took part acquitted learned that SO men in tiiat immediate lover of cattle, hs everybody well knows, themselves handsomely. Tho program section had been indicted for Mrs. Dii. Cickro Kuiakks, of and ho brings 'the steer' into his conver- was too long for ns to give each performwithin a few years. The Coffey is here on a visit to her sation on nil occasions. Tho other night er tho notice he or she deserves, so wo school-houcountry may be a benight- Satteens, Percales, Princess Duck, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Shades, parents, Mr and Mrs. J. Wesley ho led the prayer meeting, and accord- will havo to content ourselves with a ed one, but tho story of so many indict- Mattings, Hosiery, Kid Gloves. In fact everything kept in a first-clas-s Kubanks. ingly took the following text: 'Take up briof mention. Aftor nn nppropriato ments for bearing tho Dry Goods Store. Mlsahs Mamc IlARm.s and Clarenre my yoko nnd learn of me.' " prayer by Rev. W. E. Ellis, Mr. W. II. odor of its own improbability on K. Toto spent yesterday funning with Shanks delivered an address of welcome its face, we asked Mr. James P. Bailey The oldest man for his looks in tho the finny tribe in Itockcastlo river near that was full of good cheor and good hu- about it, and ho said his record showed world, Dr. Georgo Washington LtvltKston. says in his long and somewhat mor. It was responded to by Mr. Fred no such thing, nor had Mr. Sizemoro Mr. C P. Moo hk, who has been clerk-inBishop, who did himself proud, nnd nsked him nbout it. Tho crime of for Mr. 0. I). Powell, left yesterday eventful career he has never seen n mado not only the hearts of tho Sois a comparatively infrequent for bis former Iioiiih as Welchburj;, after March with so much tlno weather and so littlo wind. Tho !at few days have ciety glad, but thoso of bis father and ono among white peoplo and we will wamaking many friends here. mother, who were interested listeners. ger that not so many indictments as 86 Mit. li K. Owkns nnd wife, chaperon been unseasonably warm and tho grass The oration by Thurlow Weed Jones oa for that olfenso havo been found in the ed Miss Nora Moreinnd and Carroll and buds look almost like May had "What of tho Republic V" was a fine pro- entire Stato in several years. The state.Shanks to Danville Saturday nbsht to come. Tho signal service gives no promment is liko another that ia current with ise of tho equinoctial storm, but says, to- duction, woll delivered, and James attend the athletic performance. declamation of tho "Curse of Rom- tho prohibition speakers. They claim day will be fair and somewhat cooier. Miss Makol'kiiith Hkn.nutt, tho pretty ulus" showed that tho littlo fellow has that there have been 23 murders in Linnnd talented music teacher at Christian Tiik application of P. W. Green for inherited iu a marked degree tho gifts coln county since the repeal cf the proCollege, HiiBtouville, with Miss Amanda to liquors at McKinnoy, contin- of his father. Miss Florrio Tanner read hibition law. Wo havn't kept tally, but Nestling at the doors of our homes is the beautiful season of Spring. llishop, was hero Saturday arranging the ued from Monday woe heard Saturday and an excellent essay on "Self Culture,'" tho clerk finds only six indictments for We must prepare our children and ourselves its balmy breezes in program with tho printer for tho oper- resulted in its being the granted in short or and Misses Anuio Gorer, Leo Bobbitt murder in that timo to six while there open air. We arc in good condition to furnish raiment for the body, etta, Katie Dean, to bo given at tho der. It was found that there were 07 le- and Nannio Bailey read selections very was prohibition. It is not likely thnt 17 shoes for the feet and coverings for the head. Sec our Christian Church there on tho 23J. gal voters in town and but 32 had protest creditably. Miss Alico Holmes main murders ran the gauntlet of the grand M km ns. V. K. SiiuoAits and John ed against tho issuance of tho license. tained her reputation as nsolcist bv sing jury. Tho truth is bad enough iu this Johnt-on- , of Ijincastor, attended tho en- This gives Mr. Green another year'sshow ing in n charming manner "Tho Littlo cie without any attompt at maguify-i"K- tertainment given by tho Caledonian whether prohibition e carries or not, and Puritan Maiden." Miss Octavia . Literary Society Saturday night. Those from all wo rangatlier 9 alsd won encomiums and applause it is nlmost nbso Freeman Bkazley, who has been who attended from Ilustonvillo wore, lutely euro to carry in thnt precinct. by her rendition of "When the MoonMl.KdeaI.ou at Dennison, 0., came homo a few locker, Dollio Alcorn, Berbeams Gently Fall." Mrs. A. G. HuU-mn- u The Heed Sister, said to ho very actha nnd Emm Morse and Messrs. J. II. played tho accompaniments for doys ago with tho pneumonia and is still very ill. His sister, Mattie Beazloy, camo Percales, Henriettas, Nuns' Veiling. Javanaise Cloth, Tela-VelMocker, J. H. Cook, Moso Cook, Will complished elocutionists and musicians, both. Miss Edsie Burch told in hor inHiitlman, Owen Williams and Sid have been engaged by tho Christian En- imitable way "What Aunt Millisey up from Louisville Saturday to seo him. Ducks and every new weave and color in Dress Goods. Lancaster deavor Sociutj of this place to give an Thought of tho Adams. Checks and Fancy Ginghams at 5c, a beautiful line of Dress Ginghams Boys," nnd Bernio Fish NKW ADYEBTISKMKNTS. entertainment nt Wnlton's Opera House, mado tho violin fairly outsiug tho Mockfrom to 25c, regular bordered apron ginghams at 10c. A lot of "CITYAN DVlbl N ffv, noxt Friday, 2Jd. Admission 25, 35 and ing Bird ho imitnted. French Satteen Comforts at $2, worth S3. A lot of Ulankets at half Tho house weut Olii papers for sale at A. A. War- 50. A number of young ladies will sell wild and bo price, and all of our Si2.t;o and Sit; Overcoats now reduced to S8. en. had to answer two oncoree, tickets. TIiobo at 50 cents entitlo tho playing "Ginger ren's. A good whole stock Bread" first and "Dixie" holder ton reserved seat which can be noxt. Mrs. Dr. Black furnished tho orNew York seed sweet and Irish pota- secured by taking tho ticket to McUob- gan accompaniment. It was after 10 be toes at W. II. Hrady'H. erts Drug Storo and having tho number foro tho debate on Mrs. 99 "Whether Capital Omykk chilled plow points, thrco for placed upon it. Willooen a establishment Punishment should bo Abolished" was n the pink cottaga on Lower Main tuuet, Stan1, at W. II. Wearon Co.'s. SruAKiNO. Kov.iG. W. Young, of tho begun and although tho crowd had sat ford, end bo ready to iccrive older April i. They A good boys' lace Kip shoe at Si. Our ladies' shoe stock is in good fnshion.il lc patterns Methodist church, Cynthiaun, spoke nt two hours and more, it gavo tho young use tne latest and most A trial Is solicited. and shape and and we defy competition in price and quality. Remember guarantee satisfaction. Wanted. A good farm hand with e our mens' boy's and youths' clothing. In this line we have a lot of tho last night against tho speakers a patient hearing. Messrs. Jack family. J. E. Bruco, Stanford. continuance of legalizing tho whisky Beasloy, Lognu Hughes and Elijah Beas-lo- y odd coats and vest at almost your own price. When in the city shopnt Hastings, this coun- trailic, and will speak argued. that it should and Walter The at Goshen ping don't fail to come and examine. No trouble to show goods. : : and Thursday night at Kowland. Elder Saundors, S. W. Menofeo and W. II. ty, will bo discontinued on tho 31st. Kendrick, of the Christian church, Dan- Shanks that it should not, and all did Wanted. Several good tobacco roll- ville, will addrees tho people on tho woll, Hughes, Saunders nnd Menefeo REGISTERED. ers. Hugh Senrgent, Stanford, Ky. . same subject carrying off tho laurols. Tho judges, at tho BY SECOND JEWEL 48. Jointed rods, lines, hooks nnd Ashing Tho prohibitionists seom to have won Messrs. A. A. McKinney, W. F. McCla-ry- , Dam by old Stonewall Jackson. their fight, but do not intend to falter A. J. Earp, J. A. Allen and G. A. This fancy saddle stallion will make the season tncklo generally at W. 11. McUoberta'. our statile in their ell'orts till tho count of tho bal- Peyton, decided for tho negntivo, which of lSvji atcounty, Ky.. on mile from .Mlllcdj eville, the Stanford and Lincoln A ?25 set of rockaway harness ns good lots shall have proclaimod their victory. wns a decidedly popular piku. verdict. Tho we will stand himOwintf to tho scarcity of money, na now for $12 50 at B F. Jones A Son's. editor of tho Cyclone, Mr. W. 9 The Dowey Hey wood Grand Concert then road his productions, H. Shanks, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. many of Enpter window. fhero is Co., which gave such a delightful Look at our perwhich wero pointed and decidedly huMoney due when tho co'.t comes or mare parted DankB, tho jew- formance hero last May, will you want. something again appear morous. In fact, or fed reasonable prices. Marcs there is n vein of hu- with.responsiblegrated accldcutsat should any occur. eler. lor Not at Walton's Opera House noxt Monday mor in all of Will's public utterGilt Edgo is a beautiful red sorrel, llaxy mane bauds 3 inches high; was See our now lot oHnco curtnins nt 50c, night, 20th. Among tho old favorites ances thnt mnkea them pleasant and tail, t j is a perfect saddle hoise. foaled Sept. 6, 1886 and 2 per puir nt aro Misses Flora Dreschor, "Amorica'a 75c, 51,51,25, $1,50 and and took Edge was showed as a Gilt to hear. It was past 11 o'clock when tho swecpataku premium at Kirksllle and Dangreatest cornotist," Clara Mao Bryant, B. F, Jones A. Son's. Bishop announced thnt ville and in bis own ring at llarrodsburg. Those gooa saddle stallion are queen of entertainers, Dowoy Hoy wood, who want to breed tho progrnm had boon comploted and cordially invited to to a at our horse and see him look T. J. Hatcheu asks ua to state thnt bo tho greatest of llutists, W. Scott , tho crowd departed in flno humor, oven move, was stred bv Second Icwel. ho bv Cunning got 2G5 votes in tho Into primary instead He tho brilliant cornet virtuoso and if it was somowhat tired, to tho strains ham's Jewel, he by old Washington Denmark. types mado us say, of 215 aa out Herr Max Kratnm, tho ominont Gorman His nrst dam Minute by McDonald's Hslcorn. of music furnished by tho Uniformed Second dam by Wells' Crusader, bis 1st dam by E. Kinkiibakt baa rented Dr. S. G. pianist. It is n very strong company Stanford Gold Band, which frequently Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, J. 1st dam by Crusader, he by Hlick Denmark, on Depot atroot and and our music lovera can bo euro of n gavo eolections during tho entertain- ho by Old Whip, ad damhis Rocky Mountain mate Ilocker'a a of groceries into it u, uu nuu locus, ment. Tho next meeting will bo at l'""" ..uuiiwiuu will inovo hiB stock MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, (3-- 0 Secure your seats at W. B. McRoborts'. I Turnersville two woeks from the last. Milledgeville, Ky. bis week. AIiu-ploy. feint-henrted din's. Don't fail to see it. m Willio Hockor and Charlie Zimmer forrried n party to explore St, Patrick's DANKS, The : Jeweler. PRICES BEYOND COMPETITION. nt CA RPETS dress-makin- Am-oii.- v o, Wnr-ren'- CARPET - SAMPLES, H. J. rVlcROBERTS. HJHRJIsH m , e, (. v!h-iti- ni; We Buy k Very Best M ! court-hous- to-da- y Fay-ettovill- e. hog-stealin- Dress Goods, Ginghams, SEVERANCE & SON. Hop-kinsvill- e, hui-hind- 's se hog-stealin- g u m m Bro-naug- h, n hog-stealin- g Suuf-ley- 's BEAUTIFUL SPRING TIME! -ll Size-mor- m li-i- ng Ipring IHnghams, Sateens7.SergesT a, 1 Si Mrs. Corey Saunders Harris Hamilton MANTUA-MAKIN- Fine Brogan Shoe At $1. HUGHES & TATE. t m court-hous- post-ollic- e GILT EDGE 261. ht court-hpuBO- m - JFJEiisnsrir . Vice-Presido- nt Hoy-woo- d, i storo-roo- ' ll I tention promptly tions a Specialty. given to repairs. .- ZR. ZPZEZLsTHSTY-- . TO V- JEWELER. A Complete line Watches, Clocks, Gold, Silver of Drugs and Medi Plated Ware and at cine &c. Prescrip lowest prices. At- DRUGGIST ft. '.USaA h ,. . ttil&4-'?lj- t IJ I 232V k - J Semi-Weekly Interior Journa LESSON IN ETIQUETTE. Tho Propor Way of Obsorvlnij Woddinff Annlvorsarioa Sample of or Invltntlon-Tl- ie HoU A Guet Uaetttl Knggeatlon. Concerni- i M Publlahod Evory Tuesday nnd Friday AT g2PKH VlCA.1t ITSTVDVVyClC -- troubled Mr. J. NAMES FOR THE BABIES. At of Des Moines, Iowa, lor over six months. times the pain was so rrre that he could not could do he could not all he Roxax A is a Persian name, the day lilt auythii g With applied Chamberlain's Pain itet nil of It until he dawn. Tlalm. "I only made three ai plications of it," lie Naomi is a Hebrew name, the sJlar-in- g says, "And havesince been frea from all pain." He now recommends it to person, similarly alllict-eone. It is fo' sale by Dr. S. G. llocker, druggist. liAitoi.D, tho champion, is of Saxon d. oa A severe rheumatic pain in Wie left shoulder had H Loper, a well known druggiit ! Fruit Trees For Sale ! et if-- XTOTICE I Ronl tl When not .opaid $13.00 will be charged.- (Hirrect Uu-tl- rnt Iw origin. Dkiiokau is of HobrewdOMiont, signi- ng; I'rwuctttB. fying a bee. Dokcas Is from the Circok, signifying a wild roe. Catiikiiinii, a Greek name, means tho pure one. Coxstantixk is Latin, signifying the I would like to exchange tome At our Fmlt Farmi and Nurseries one mile fine have a. of Kingsvllle, Lincoln county. W eever handled,a stock of Fruit Tree, as any matt In ami Ede ready lor transplanlinc ? i.U. orchard I'eoc he will Stalllona ,, .1... I u 1..1...... w. Annlre and ner proved, lor sunt till) Mil Willi Imnrotedcr nn be aswrted to s.m cintomeis at J10 or harness hnrsea the best, 'yery- - and saddle The trees aie nice, the varieties yj-II T Wlr.MNUI, Moroni, ivy. thilig needed to make Home inrstu" children happy will bo feuml here. lor circular, J. A. MvKKKCO. Ky address ,11 Estnto Coibln, Ky., gd K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a. m., Train nave. Rowland at returning t5,10L&N. Mail Express train LOCAL TIME CARD. 37 Pm "ujpm South North Local Freight North trim going North South '" " - 07pm South....... The Utter train, alio carry passengers. The above It calculated on standard tim.. Solar irae it about ao minute falter, QUEEN & CRESCENT Blue-Grass .... - 31jm ..936 am 11 5 Pm ROUTE. fol-lo- Going North trains pais Junction City as Vestibule starts 6 a. m. ej. tlbuie Limited 3 p. m. Local n p. m Florida Limited am a ra O. Vestibule 1155 p. m Florida South-- N s Limited tt p m Locil 1 11 p. iM. Vestibule arrives Suo p. m. a Bluo-Gra- Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Miners and ihippcri of the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. toadrossing. Try it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford Jand Rowland. Office corner ot Depot street and rail- HIGGINS A WATTS Turnpike Election. The stockholders of the Danvi le and Crab Orchard pike are requested to meet at the First National flank, 111 Stanford, on SATURDAY, APR. j. 1804, lor the purpose of electing diretou fvr JACK BOSLEY, the ensuing year. u, President. M CONSTIPATION Cured. lles Prevented, byiapaneeUerPellet lhe emit LIVER and BTOU AC11 HLUULATOH and BlOODl'I'ltU'IEIl. Small, mild and pleasant to rake, especially edepted lor children's uso. WDosuo to Cf Tit. GUAilANTrrS 'jumoJ. cn'.y by A. R. PENNY, Iree. Guarantees Issued by our ugents. remltlng In death, unneco&sarr. Why endure jhlo terrible disease? Wo Bunrantee to euro nnr caso. You only pay for tjencats recolTed. tin box, G for 13 by "l, Staple and two Jk.ipaof Ointment. A never-- fof Ointment for Pile) nlllng Cure v.eJrinni',uro uJ dmee. It mnkM an operation with or Injection of carbolic ncld, ro painful and seldom a permanent cure, and which often C"taplcto Treatment, RCrrOSITORlEscap-ul- e imFCURS &..-tn TL Ma. OAPANESD .y fls r consinUng o for strict attention to details. First, let its consider tho list of anniversaries which Father Time presents with due formality as tho years flit by. Here it is: Cotton leads; second, paper; third, leather; fourth, book; fifth, wooden; sixth, garnet; seventh, woolen; eighth, ninth, topaz; tenth, tin; twelfth, silk and fine linen; fifteenth, crystal; twentieth, china; twenty-fifth- ,, silver; thirtieth, pearl; thirty-fifthsapphire; fortieth, ruby; fiftieth, diamond. golden; scvonty-fiftOf these, the last five rarely demand glimpse recognition. An of those more generally observed may give you some suggestions that will bo helpful. Wedding anniversary Invitations aro preferprinted on cards or ably the latter. They should read Mr. and Mr.s Frank Thompson, at homo, etc., with date and residence. The character of tho occasion is Indicated by a monogram at tho top of tho pago, this being flanked by the two annual dates as 1834 (monogram) IS44. If for a golden wedding, this lettering Is in golden; if for a silver wedding, It is in silver, tho invitation being printed in black ink. No written acceptanco need to bo sent in answer to this stylo of invitation. You simply dispatch a present with card attached, and, if nnablo to attend tho reception, a graceful note, expressing congratulations, is forwarded through tho mail. In regard to tho giving of presents on such occasions, a recent plan that has been widely indorsed does away with all embarrassment likely to bo experienced by people of limited bric-a-bra- c; h, all-arou- Arc you well posted on tho etiquette of the wedding1 nnniver.sary? Sending out the Invitation, accepting it and celebrating this social function call r4ck, we gave, lirr Cnatnrl. NVhen ltaby s When the w ru a Child, aho crtod for CuMorU. she oIuur to Catori. When ahe When she had Children, she gevethom Cantoria. D. S. CARPENTER, - !!, ITqw Moat Skop. l"e Butcher Shop, where wc will keep at alle will hanbet miuts that the country aldmli. best and will dle nothing but the Weliaveopened cm At the well. known old stand ol J. B. Green, In Hustonvlllo, stix k of Kontucky, addition to his resolute. IVpot Street a first-cla- ss JosKt'H, of Hebrew origin, mentis an addition. Zkxouia Is Greek, nnd menus the life " Furniture and cordially invites you I" all and examine It. He i. also agent lor the Oliver Chilled and Silver Steel Plow, as well as repairs ler same No plow stand higher In the estima lion of the public than these. His sleek ol barnete ami saddles is larger than ever. Has also added a line of Buggies, Surreys and Steves. Has lust received an excellent of .love. Orchard, Lawn,4Garden. Full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines, Asparagus, Small Frutti, Shrubs, and ere usually found in a nursery establishment We sell direct to tho planter and have no agenti. Catalogue, on application muKNMKYKK( Lexington, Ky. r ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF SEXI- - FOR CASH ONLY, C'"M Ky. Hkhukut, a German name, moans bright lord. Mait.ick is of Roman origin, the son of a Moor. FitKininic, a German name, signifies a rich peace. CiiAitLOTTK Is a French name, meaning all noble. KiMiAii, a Saxon name, moans happy honor. HniiKirr, a Saxon designation, is tho J' customers will As we can not keep books. . In the best stvle lid we .olicll the pat We also buy gvd ronage of the puW.c . wr.ixovy.. -- . cattle anu nogs. - ..! U.S. CARPKNTItR SS jm THE London, I RILEY HOUSE Kontucky. UOTICE ftt I fit P. U. IlIliKY.IProprlotor, It lit T ever bright. Kf.atuick is Latin, the one who makes happy. A Stock of Merchandise At K.ngsvlllo, Kentucky. lurthcr notice, sell Ai assignee of Glass & gentforthcMleof lands in th Swim ana C.er- man t oionv ai iwcnncuiii hanpaWanJ MR VM IllSKR U now mv y hiH b cent thrrrtor uutil such afif IK ...Ti - rteirtmcitr i hi mm nil Arm tale of such lands will be attended toby W. 11 Miller. my attorney, 01 atanioru, ...... ....,,.,.,..,, tflt.. 1 .n.t.rcaiV t1 HsVlVm """ have moved to my new HotePand am betlac srepared than ever to accommodate th public Hood Llsery attached and .very convenience de Md. Gisem.ac.il. -- Jan. at.,?). J Tb.o Floronon Hotol, JKLLICO IKSNKSSBE, .,,1. Stanford, Ky. ...IF YOU ARE GOING OR NORTH THE WEST, , LITERARY GOSSIP. Tp.xnysox was very fond of his country home and worshiped big sun hats and white roes. Amki.ia K. H.vnn Is known as being nn exceptionally good business woman as well ns a clever novelist. Last year a Loudon publisher pirated one of her books and she mndo him pay her three thousand dollars for It, on the ground that she was a native of Great Itrltain. Foil many years after his death Victor Hugo's house iu Paris was kept just 11s it was when he lived In It and visitors could go through it, even visiting tho bedroom where he tiled and the den in which he wrote some of his wouderful books. All of J. M. Rarrlo's stories are said to have grown out of his everyday life, and in the young men who are pictured walking knee deep in the heather of Thrums and vicinity one means. can find tho loyhood nnd tho present Invitations to the more elaborate an- life of the brilliant young Scotchman. niversariessuch as the golden, silver, Tiikiik is a call now iu the look etc. generally havn engraved in tho shops for the oldtitno books for young lower left corner: "No presents." This people as well as for older folks. Maria Edgeworth's "Moral Tales" ah! the little prigs In those moral dnys! and sssffott yToJr" "Teachers' Assistant" now find ready salo in their new editions nnd binding. note-pape- r, Johnson, I will, until For The Ladies',! AT COST FOR CASH! News The stock of merchandise atmc Mngsvllle which for the benefit cl Glass A-- Johnson assigned to their creditors. Tho stock consists of Dry Goods, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Notions, Groceries, Ac. bargains Any This la a fine chance for as a whole will do well desiring to buy the stock to call on me for terms. All person, indebted to the firm mus corn. up EDWARD ALCORN, and settle with roe. I Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. tr'? pon j.tf """ The best hotel In tn city and lhe only one with Dud H.pecia attention have rented the sewing roevmcf Mrs. Kate serve a sample room for drummers will fee rrsidy to JJ-to the traveling publu Rates It, derar's Millinery Mere, and I ask a liberal share public alter Starch 15th. the of your patronage and will guarantee aatl.facllen THK OLD All orders before that date in eery respect will be gladly received by Mrs. Dudderar. MI.-- S JKN.Ml. Ct 'NMM.HAM, of Louisville Ky, yt JACKSOIT HOUSE, SAM II Farmers Rank&Trnst of stanford,:ky Paid up Oapitaljof Surplus, . to Co xniiinsriEZK-sTwo door, above Posl-OAc- r WARNACK, Pror. i London, - - KENTUCKY. "V e. Always on band lanow fully orgatiited and ready for business wita $200,000 Tho Nobiest and Nicest Goods? Can be had in the market. Prices lower than the Call and .Mourning gooJs a specialty. before buying. . UUDDEBAB. Stanfetd, Ky Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Manager COMMLkCIAL BLOCK UrdiirJ l and in every way pre pared to attend the wanta of the public Rates very reasonable i ' . and refurnishi-- l JtOOO. lowe.t e.amin, TO len from THE LADIES. sen. I834(rt)m44 NEW Mrr.WAUKKK AND NOVEL. Louisville . Nashville Ft. R. x connEcr rxvrrATiox. is seldom tho caso In regard to the paper, cotton, tin, wooden, linen and china anniversaries. At such affairs, much of tho merriment and jollity among the guests Is occasioned by tho unique presents offered. A eouplo who had enjoyed tho bliss of married life for two years summoned tholr friends to a paper wedding. This event opened the way for artistic table decorations on tho part of tho hostess and novel souvenir offcriugs from tho guests. The odd paper tablecloth was formed of largo sheets of crinkled paper, pasted together and adorned, wherever tho joining occurred, by lengths of satin ribbon. Crinkled tissue napkins, with deep fringes, crinkled tissue doylies and other paper furnishings were shown In the faintest of rose pinks and pale greens. The candle shades were of tissue, decorated with tissue blossoms. Thcro were paper bonbon boxes at the place of eaen guest, nueu wiui eiiuiue tiny trays of wilted almonds apdelicately peared in papier-muchpainted, and pale pink papier-mach- e linger bowls, with rose petals floating on the perfumed water, also had place amid the assortment of quaint paper table settings. As for tho gifts! Weil, everything had n showing, from note paper to exquisite tissue lamp shades, bearing beautiful garnitures of tissue flowers. One very practical as well as pretty nrtiA n. n:miur macho toilet set. The pitcher, bowl, soap dish and smaller articles were of a dainty cream tint, painted in a design of daisies and grasses. The shops teem with such delightful novelties in evory form that the search for wedding anniversary presents, from cotton to silver, is by no means a difficult one. A littlo originality, a little taste and not very much money will secure nn exceedingly effective congratulatory bit. Golden Days. mu-ui-iee, Is the line for you, as its Daily Trains Double close connections at Make LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of JOES. KICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky Or W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, Junction City, Ky .John II. Cattleman. A. G. Lanhao machine which gives tho "nlckcler" a right to one use of tho telephone. A xew steam hammer, said to be tho largest in tho world, recently put up in the Krupp Gun foundry at Essen, is so delicately adjusted that it could be made to beat out a hair spring. Thk Traction company, of Ifnltimore, uses devices by which the fire department's hose Is carried over tho tops of the cable cars and thus there Is no delay totrafllc during the continuance of a fire ou the line. TtnmiAXA Is said to have fashioned miniature mills "that would run themselves" so minute that a monk could carry one in his sleeve, yet so powerful that they would grind enough wheat in a single day to mako bread for eight men. OUT OF STYLE. has a nlckel-ln-the-si- ot ROYAL nsarance Company 0 t h . i! mit the bearers. MILLER & SOWDER, 'I'm: scarf known as cravats or croats OF LIVERPOOL. 1CM. They came into France about were copied from the shawls which the necks, and Croats wore round their B ARBEE & ASTLEM AN ;. were immediately adopted and exagDoalors and Brokors, MANAGERS, the ladles. gerated by STANFORD. - - KENTUCKY. Thk French and Italian perfumers of Commerce Building, Louisville OfKce Interior Journal Building the sixteenth century made a noted "Th Directory of this Hank is composed ol Ageats throughout the South. Jl'? J.1 cosmetic by pulverizing togethor tho Reid, Lincoln county ; PROPERTY FOR SAI.lb. wings and claws of pigeons, turpentine, Forestus Harris, Lincoln; T. lilies, eggs, honey, sea shells, mother S. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; Local Agont. "&. A. TRIBBLE, Fine Blue Grass Farm ol j4 acre, nn pike of pearl and camphor. J.W. Hayden, Stanford; and finely mpriAu. STANFORD, KY Fxiikh the Merovingian dynasty in S.H. Haughman.lLincoln; 3. rarm of too acies, finely Irapresed, Offered France the female costume consisted J. S. llocker. Stanford; at low prict. SCRATCHED TEN MONTHS. S (73 s W. A. Trlbblc, Stanford; of a crimson gown with grayish-yelloFine Blue Grass r arm, of 101 acres, In high M. D. Elmore, Stanford; bodice, gold broidered belt, blue cloak, stale ol cultivation, well improsed; offered low a trnnlilPRmnn skin disease T. P. Hill, Stanford. and white veil fastened on the fore K. L. Tanner, McKinney; causod mo to scratch for tea Blue Grass I'arin al mi acre., on pike, two head with a gold band. nfl (r.jtn Stanlerd; good M.J .Miller, Ml. Vernon land, low gjOHMl mom us, imu ni uuuu pricv anil on easy terms. FASHIONS FOR THE FAIR. cured by a tow days' uso 01 J, S. Uocker, President; 8 tori TownUtsin John J. McRoberta, Cashier; Stanford In areas to suit M. II. Wolit, Upper Marlboro, Md Hkiitiiah made to fasten In the back, purchasers. 3A. A. McKinner, Assistant Cashier. M and finished all around with crisp litacre fine farm wit exce lent 17. mill, dwelling and other improvements, on pike, jL W tle frills, are quaint and, at the same miles from Mautord. time, youthful looking. Large blue grass Urm, capable of division 14 Rkd bcrge, camel's hair or sacking Intu smaller farm., Desirable In every particular. Offered low and ou very eaay terms, dresses are combined with black a 76. Good frame building; well finishwatered silk and trimmed with many ed on Main street, in Eastern part of Stanload I was cured several years ago of whlto swc'.Hnc; rows of very narrow jet gimp. Will sill at a bargain, 5 feet front, luo back. and have had 110 In my leg by using So.mi: new broodies are of single Small farm ol So actes, a mile trom Stanfcrd symptoms or ro IKyyM turn ot tho wclllmprovcd, at a bargain, large stones ruby, amethyst, topaz or Dealer In Many protntuout physician attended mo j 1, Farm of 60 acre on Il.nglng Fork, near emerald set In gold and cut in such An Kcntimulc Tea Gown. tho work. Turnrrsville Fine Blue grassland, and all failed, but S. S. 8. did , fronts on pike, with good improvements and nice fine designs that It gives out almost as City, Tenn. and girlJohnson Green and whlto is a sweet IUul w. young orchard. Price, low, small ish combination, but green and black many flashes of light as jj. Hotel, storehouse ami cottage, nicely and diamonds. 1,0 u n rvntmliv jilr tlmt is irresistible. conveniently located, near depot In London, Ky Treatise on Blood and Skin DisA woman whose neck is thin should Nine rooms in dwelling, four room, in cottage. A woman who mndo this discovery has cuses mailed free. Store bouse of 3 rooms All new buildings. AT.o f D. IIOUSU ITUdt UUb never try anything but the square nrnnlni fnr good barn. Lot sooi 300 feet. Fine location for Swift Specific Co., store nd hotel. Will sell cheap an on easy terms. ball dress that had done duty all corsage. The generously proportioned Atlanta, Ga. Mktif of the Ky. Stanford, ), Dwelling on Lancaster St., North of railwinter. It was a pale green silk, with look best in the V stylo or the oval. road. Six looms and storehouse. Good cistern, fluttering white ribbons ami laces, Only perfectly proportioned shoulders barn and all necessary outbuildings Practical CARPET WEAVER, location. Lot with frontage ijoxaoo leet.Beautiful Term, alio ripped it apart and had it cleaned. should be bared. reasonable. joined, nnd Has lately purchased the celebrated The bodice and skirt were COURT NOTES. POLICE AND Cottage with 3 rooms: good cistern, 34 tho joining marked by a ilno black silk &c. Nice garden. Loom, on North side E. Main St.,I'rontago ijoxijo feel A ruffle of of Spokane Fulls, Desircs to thank you for your pa- Newcomb Fly Shuttle I'AWXimoKKUS Stanlord. Will excording about her waist. change for personally or realty at a bargain. green, edged with narrow black lace, Wash., must furnish the police daily to do all kinds of Carpet and Rug which is And is prepared weaving on Shawls, Muflian, Weaving, Kaney trimmed tho foot of tho skirt. Tho with a list of every artlclo handled by tronage during the year Etc. Call and examine my work. I guarantee JAMES YKAGER. bodice was pieced up and them. THOMAS YEAGER. continu-ancwork at low prices. gone and asks a llAXuon, Me., has a patrol wagon, almost hnlf covered with nnrrow rufiles of greon, each outlined with very narrow but those who rido in it find fifty cents during the coining year. YEAGER & YEAGER, assessed against them in the costs. black laco. I Thk polico authorities of Ualtlmore Modern lliinbury Cuius AND SALE STABLS, L1VEBT, When Hungry try one of his one pint of light dough, heap- are in receipt of a communication from Take askwas bnrned Friday night, Feb, 33, '04. My stor North Carolina, ing teaspoonful of lard, 2 tablespoons John Mobley, of young woman in tho and 1 think robbed ol part of It. content., and for STANFORD, KY. sugar; mix thoroughly and set ing if there is u Ihcarrost and conviction of guilty parties I will whito J, A. IIA.11.T1U.MJ3, pavStoo. When nice and prisons of that city who can be reWe'are In our new stable In the Opera House In warm placo to rise. Hubble, Ky. w dockland are well supplied with FOR A CLEAN light, roll out half an inch thick, put leased by marrying him. Tiif. Now York court of appeals has to rise again; take 3 Cut, in warm placoof sour cream and spread decided that boards of health have tho A. S. PRICE. NEW RiaSJUJD HORSES Shave, Stylisli tablespoonf tils WasWBaTiT cup of sugar right to abate nuisances, but tho inRefreshing Bath Go to SURGEON DENTIST. take Have been purchased and noth over this; then Or Nice, as to go back UliJ-LJ- -' urnouts will leave the.ttable. and sprinkle this over also. Mix well, dividual has the right to a trial such, And you willj'certainly Office over McRobert. Drug Storo in the new Je&io Thompson's Barber Shop, roll out, add bits of butter and a whether the nuisance really is J Owsley Building. Give tlicui a Call. and try him again. I 71.IUIVIUI top; baUo and, if not, ho can recover damages sprinkle of cinnamon for the He .1 also agent for the Lexing'oa Stean. Launfrom the board of health. dry, The Beat in the Country, in 'JO minutes. . . At the end of the fourteenth century the headdresses assumed the shape of two enormous horns projecting from the sides of tho head often live and six feet. Doors had to bo widened to ad- Regular Term, I eb. u. 1S94. J bef.-rthe Judge of A petition having been filed Lincoln Cojnty Caurl on the a$lh day ol January. iSos, signed by a number ol legal voters of the Magisterial District Mklng that an Stanford order be made calling an election to be held In said precinct 00 the adth day o( .March, take the iie of the legal vuler. of said pretlnet, who are qualified to vote at an election fur county " not offlcera, upon the proposition w nether or sold, barpimCTORs: vinous or malt l.Uor shall be tered or loaned therein, same to apply to UKllc J.J. Williams, ML Vernon; GISTS, except upon sales for sacramental purposS. H. Shanks, Stanford; es, said petition coming on for hrarlng on theof tsth Owaley, Stanford; the J. S. day of Fcbjuary, 1894, It being the first day S J. Erobry, Stanford; regular term of the Lincoln County Court, and It legal voter, of said precinct appearing that the J. II. Owsley, Stanford; signing said petition reprrsot more than n per J F. Cash, Stanford; cent, ot the votea cast In said precinct at the lasl Gooch, Slanlord; William general election, and all the re 4uirements of the Ky Taw having been ccmpllei with; Itisordeied that Carpenter,MlUedKvii!e, A. W. MagU-terithe SUtifora held W. H. Cummins. Preachersvilla an election be on the in alh day of uMarch, the Precinct S. H. Shank., President. between the houia of 7 a ui. and 4 legal m. lor of voters purpose of taking the sense ot the Dr. J'B. Owsley, Cashier, W. M. Bright, Teller. said rreclnct, who are qualified to vote at eln officers, upon the proposition lion, for county whether or not spirituous, vloou. or malt li.iuors shall be sold, barterfl or loaned therein, the same to apply to DllUuGIStS, escept upon sales lor sacramental purposes, the result of said election tobe certified to and returned as required by law In elections far county ottlccrs, STANFORD. KY. OF The lollowlng offu ers are appointed to hold said election Voting Precinct .No 1. VR L. Porter Ine. clerk, and Henry He.ier, Judges:!. I. olliig Precinct ?o. and Thomas Stoae, sheriff. L. Dawton, judges; I. 1. loalah Bishop and L. r '..... r It 1'nvli.mifi. ihrrill ....1. Voting Precinct No t I. M. La.ley and John. public i. V Sampson, clerk, and Attention of the Sunford Skldmore. judges; N Voting PreelHCt No. 4 lluth B Penny, sheritr that thi. I. the only National Natl .1'n II. onj Under the provisions of the T C Ball, judge. H J. Dar.t, the capita Seargentand A. Twaddle, sheritl. not only are secured clerk, and D liability lor butbr the stockholder.1 that depositors aot KO II COOPKR, A copy. Attest: amount equal to the stock. .0 a fund of $400,000 Clerk LilKOln County this Institution are secured by bank Five .worn statement, of the condition of the United States examined at Uted time, are by government agents, thus aecunng addititon. end perfect safety to depositor.established as th. This institution, ongtna ly 1I58. then Deposit Bank of Stanford In Stanford 8 in .Mj and the National Bank o againre.organiieda.the First National Bank ol unin Stanton! in iSSs, has had practically an supplied existence of year. 1 U better prompt now with tacllitlesftr transacting busmes.long ly and liberally than ever before in its corporations honorable career. Accounts of re.pectfully .olic- firms and Individuals e coo-inte- Now closing up) with the same asseta and undar lhe same management. By provisions of Its chaiter, depositors are ai fully protected as aie depositor in National Bank., ita shareholders being held Individually stock haole to the extent of the amount of their to tn value thereof, in addition therein at the amount invested in such shares. It may act as executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as luliy ai an individual. To those who entrusted their buislneis to ui ot while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank anil Stanford, we we here tender our many thanks their busineai trust they will continue to transact prompt amowith us. ollerlng as a guarantee for yeara experience Is tion to iins, our twenty banking andas liberal accommodations as are with sound banking. THK LINCOLN NATIONA1 SUCCESSOR BANK OK STANFORD, ELECTION NOTICE. LINCOLN Ci UNTY COl'RT. 1 Hating secured the service ol Miss Matlie AlI Oncianalt a. Trimmer for Ihi. (.ordlally invite the ladies to Inspect a carefully selected tteck ot Mlllinerf at piltcs to suit the llroi. The ladles are invited to see my nice, new line ul Stamped Listen and F.mbroidcry Materia MISSLICCIK IIKAZLKV, Stanford, Ky. pr Commercial McKINNEY, KY, Fixst-Ck- ss am Hotel, Mc- i9,lo I have bought above mentioned, Hot.I at Kinney and have attached a T Bar and Fool Room. the Hotel and Have repaired aad refurnished better than ever Prepared to Accommodato tho Public. Hpecu! attention to Commercial Men. !., al I'm Uvery and feed Stable attached. P W GKKKN. Proprietor. JF.S.S ROUT, Manager. THE GOFFEY HOUSE ii'ANrOKD, KY., fl FIRST NATIONAL BANK Surplus - JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. In my charge and I intend to coaduct it so aa to Capital Stock- 8200,000 21,300 This Hotel, renovated and relurnllhed, li cow incd "k ffi, '' ..j not only maintain it. high reputation, but to add to Its long list ol friends. Special accommodations fer commercial travelers and fine rooms .for thadlsplvy ol samples, .A'.Flrst-Clas- s 37-- tl Saloonl ) J H SOWDER. attached Aad BILLIARD and POOLROOMS JOSEPH COFFKY. W II. M1LLKK. vtrP' l REAL -:- ESTATE 1 I Q 1 H W 4 Blue-gras- s - QUtt - SWIFTWPECIFIG IfJ-jsy- L-- MMER f Ninety-thre- e 1 4 two-sto- ry e. ICibki-atiuck- fZ1 Groceries, Candies, in linr-U'l- Fancy Goods, Mrs. J. J. Kendall, 1 I Fruits, &c. coal-houi- e, low-necke- d e first-clas- s St-j-m $100 REWARD m Hair 25 CTS MEALS -- .vs...,;