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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894032301 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. JV -- .' ." C7 rT ' Semi-Weekl- y vol. xxii. WiLLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. W. S. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. m Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MARCH 23. 1894, MIOOLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. NO. 7 tho pleasant titno spent by tho young people. Last Monday was regular quarterly court day and a good crowd wasiu nt tendance, considering it was such a pretty day for work. Mrs. I. L. Gentry has returned from Louisville, accompanied by Miss Otio Comer, of Louisville, who will do her millinery work this spring. Hro. Denham is ono democrat editor that oflico baa not caused to givo up his paper. The Timed comes just tho same as it always did and will continue to do so. Pome good Samaritan has fixed up Emmet McCormack bought n small Monday. the walk between J. T. Williams' and tho bunch of ehonts of Cy Russell, at Sjcta. Wo had a heavy roln and windBtorm depot. A yearling steer of J. G. Russell for $12.' horo Tuesday evening. Mr. Henry Whitehead is building a Oacar Fllnchum, a young man of tho Next Sunday will bo tho rcRtilnr now houso on his lot lulho Johnson Grove vicinity, wns tried beforo Squiro iunrteily meotiug day at tho M. K. J. A. Wall and a jury Saturday, and no church. It in said that Charloy Tudor, recent- quitted of tho charge of carrying conMra. Charle Lydinj? left for Lenoir, ly of Richmond, will bo nn applicant for cealed weapons. Tenn., laBt Saturday to join her husband, the hero. G. J. Spears has a flock of seven where ho la in business. Chris Brower, who Uvea on the old ews that have recently given birth to Mr. J. 31. Mahan nnd wife, Mrs. 0. Jackson place on tho Barbourvillo road, 14 lambs. Speaking of lambs reminds us Gatllirand Miw Will Freoman went lo brags that ho has a lino new boy at his that we nover saw a prettier crop than Ashoville, N. 0. last Saturday morning. houeo, i tho present one in this community. , Mr. Willard Aineaof I was at Sublimity, on Rockcastlo is viai-Hu- k It begins to look like the sheriffs friundn here. Hon. Clins. Finley, river, fishing last week but only succeed- ofilco In this county will go heegiug. Mr. our legislator, returned homo last Thurs- ed In catching i0 fish, four channel cat, W. 0. Adams who had consented to bo one redhorso nnd tho balance Puckers. day. n candidate for that office has declined Rev. Mahan, of tho Baptist church. nnd no ono elso The box supper at Watts' Greek last seems to be hankering baptised 16 persona In J. T. Brown's nftor It. I'ho Saturday night was qulto a success, present jury law la tho Jackson of London, was hero r n. poat-oflic- Ik-ren- bo-sid- es Tho winter term of tho Institute closed Wednesday. It was the fullest school it baa ever had and we hope with each succeeding it may continue to prosper. Mr. II. II. Lock wood, of Garlislo, Penn., will be here soon seeking n location for a carriago factory. Wo are sure we can suit him if ho can secure rates on music class gvo n musical last Friday night at her music room. The young ladies did their part well and tho evening was enjoyed very much by thn lovers of music present. Some parties came in from tho country last Monday and ordered up bouio jugs from Jellico, and by night they with otno of their town friends, wero too happy to contain themselves and had to be taken care of by Marshal Wagner and Mies Bingham's the 11. It Jailer Deforce. Gen. Green Olay Smith and several fronds are camping seven miles down tho river and fishing for bass. The river is a little muddy now but will soon bo in good condition for fishing. Dr. W. Murphy and Andy Wilder, Jr., left last week for Texas, where they expect to make their future home. Several dwelling houses are now in process of building here and wo are glad to note the disposition of our people to have permanent homes. Wo have no boom asd when a man comes he comes to make Williamsburg hli home and not to speculate an a great many have dons in other mountain towns. Queen and Orwcknt Route. "Glimpses of tho World's Fair." A selection of 192 Gema of tho Whlto City seen through theCxinora. This handsome volume containing 102 photographic viowa of tho entire Exposition, showing all main biddings, all state and territorial buildings, all foreign buildinge, grounds, statuary, lagoons, and about 41) vlowsof tho great Midway Plalsanco, will be Bent to any address on recoipt of 25 cents and vo ceuta for postage. This book has been issued by tho greatest of Southern railroads tho Queen fc Cres cent Route and ita excellence is without a ihw. A most delightful collection of exquisite views, In a small and convenient-sized book. Many such collecSend are large and cumbersome. tions your addresa and 30 cents to W. C. General Taasorger Agent, Cincinnati, 0. half-ton- o 11 Kin-eareo- m The Louisville Post is kind enough to W. P. make this following comment: Walton, of tho Stanfoud Journal, is n figure In Kentucky nows life. Ho la a bright, witty fellow papei and au Indofatigablu worker. Tho Intjc mon Journal enjoys a wide circulation g in its section and has proved a K. C. Ita owndr. institution for Walton manages the business of tho paJohn Pkahl. per, and la well known as "Hustler." P. S. I don't want tho chairmanship Tho paper appears twice a week, Tuesmyself. day and Friday. well-known monoy-makin- pond last Sunday. This ia tho harvest that was reaped at tho recent Baptist revival here. Col. L. A. Byron bought $12's worth of fruit trees last week and planted them in his garden intending to wait till next day to set thorn out, but alas aud alack! some thief stole them tho same night. J. T. Brown ia one of the moat enterprising men that wo Iibvo. Ho is having rock dressed to nut down n walk In front of hla store, which will bo one of the most expensive nnd best In town. Ho Is also erecting a grist mill near his pond and will attach n carding machine to it later on. Along last fall somo time the chairman of tho Democratic State Central Committee wrote to tho different chairmen of tho Beveral districts asking if any change in tho county committees was necesary. Hon. G. A. Denham, of Williamsburg, a personal friend of the writer, was a member of the Stato Central commltteo. R. M. Jackson, of London, was chairman of this Congressional district. At that tlmo I was chairman of tho democratic county committee of Laurel. I had been made chairman ol that commltteo when II. M. Jackson resigned the chairmanship, and upon and by his request, and I know I was not removed for any failure of my dutyaa chairman of that committee However, in the reorganisation of that commltteo my name and that of W H. Luton, secretary, and Caleb Litton, P. F. Stilllngo and A. L. Reld were dropped out aud in tho place of John Pearl as chairman of the democratic county commltteo appeared the name of John W. Baatin, formerly of Lincoln county, and now postmaster nt Pittsburg. I was superseded by tho nbovogontlman, whom I have always esteemed as a thorough democrat and a Christian. I wroto to John D. Carroll and asked why it was, if a reorganization ol tho commltteo in this county was necessary, he did not allow us tho usual democratic prlvilego of electing these officers. His answer was that these appointments were mado at the suggestion of G. A. Denham aud tho chairman of this Congressional district. Tho abovo ia only n preliminary of what follows. 2s'ow, Bro. Baatin, while I like him, is not politically worthy of the position of chairumu of the itemncrittln county committee of Laurel, but I reck on it don't matter, that he is a democratic postmaster under Cleveland's mugwump policy. He voted in primary March Oth at Pittsburg. His name is enrolled on ballot No. IGfl and on this stub was written "sworn." The officers of tho election knew him as a democrat and I suppose "sworo" him according to the following qualifications for voters, posted In each precinct In tho county by order of tho secretary of tho republican county committee: "1st. Ho shall bo a legal voter at tho November election. 2d. Ho shall pledge himself to tho support of tho nominees of the party." I have been informed that tho present chairman will call a democratic convention for some time in April to nominato candidates for tho various county offices, but if ho does ho will surpise me, for I really think a man of his intelligence should resign, as ho ought to, and lot tho democrats of tho county elect a man as chairman who is domocrat enough to stick to his party through thick and thin, regardless of side issues and republican primaries. there-publica- n trouble. Thero ia talk horo of forming a company to buy land of Mr. Elisha Lif ford for cemetery purposes. The location is tho prettiest In the county and it is hoped that it will not end in talk. It Is said that the laud can be bought at a reasonable price. Whilo the people of a largo area of Lincoln county are all torn up, and some of them are tearing their Bhirta over the liquor traffic, all Casey Is serenely happy. The prohibitionist havo all the law they wnnt, while the other side cannot complain of a scarcity of whisky. Surely both parties havo reasons for being happy. CHURCHAFFAIBS. Chain of Lakes, Waupaca. Wis. None deserve tho name of good who The attention of those figuring on a bavo not spirit onough to be bad. Goodness, for the moat part, is but in place for their "summer outing" is call-e- d to Waupaca, Wis., located on the Rochefou dolenco or ioipotonce.T-L- a Wisconsin Central Lines, about 200 miles cauld. from Chicago. It is a delightful spot, surrounded by a beautiful chain of lakes, Littlo Wlllio I know why llttlo'nlgger which abound in bass, trout, pike, pickboys is so happy. erel and muskallonage. Good hotel ac? commodations at rates within reach of Mamma And why Little Willie 'Caumj their mammas all. For full particulars, mana and guide books, address Jas. 0. Pond, Genl. can't tell when tholr hands are dirty. Patsr. Agt. Milwaukee, Wis. Truth crushed to earth shall rise again : Ono of the oldest families in Virginia The eternal years of God are here ; a branch of which resides in Brookjyn, But Error, wounded, writhes In pain have for generations spelled their surAnd dies among hla worshipere. name Enroughty, but they pronounce It Cure for Headache. Darby. Another family name In Vir for all forms of Headache Electric U.u'r.bM proved tot the very belt. It erf ecu ginia ia that of Taliaferro, which is prohabitual , permanent cure and the. mou dreaded W. nounced ToIIver, ylold. to... Unuence a bottle and clve caw. ol haMtual con- i....i lllttrn cure! by giving the "Jr.?!? .on. to the bowel and few. caaes lone re Try It once, als! thauieol this mediclm. Penny-- . Dru. Store. onlv cent, at A. R. .. .nnwt tn mv-rur- fi ?h uTernVdVa fairtrlal.' In r. - The hoart of a woman nevor grows old: when it has ceasod to love, it has ceased to llye. Rochepedre. Tim Fry, who was so badly shot seven weeks ago in tho desperate fight with Jim Jones, died this morning. A. J. Alexander, of Woodford county, has clven to the Presbyterian Theological Seminary, at Louisville, property in Chicago valaed at more than $100,000. Lottie Maxwell Harlan, wife of James L. Harlan, died at the family residence in this county early this morning from tho ellects of a tumorous growth in the stomacli. With this week Hon. J. Proctor Knott discontinues his lectures at Centre College for the session of '94. He has beon a great favorite with the students, and hla lectures have been highly instructive and entertaining. Tho Centre College team will play a game of base ball hero Monday afternoon with the Atlanta Southern League Club, which will stop in Danville en route to the South. Johnson and Monfort will bo the battery for the home boys. Tho meetings at the Methodist church continue to increase in interest and attendance. Dr. Vaught is a forcible and logical speaker and holds the attention of the congregations without interruption. He bears a striking resemblance, both in manner and personal apThe cornerstone of the new Pythian pearance, to Rev. Wallace Tharp. Temple at Henderson will bo laid on CRAB ORCHARD. April 0, with appropriate and imposing I will receive and open this week a ceremonies. The structure will be one buildings in the nice lino of hats for oarly spring wear, of the finest Pythian and kindly solicit the patronage of town country. A rldq over a good portion of Ken- and country. Mrs.. II. L. Steger. tucky showed moro tobacco plant beds Tho 90th birthday of Gen. Neal Dow than we evor saw before in all the days) the pioneer tomperana reformer, was celof our life, and present indications and intentions seem to be to raise the largest ebrated in several places in the U. S. and London Monday. crop of tho weed ever known. Rev. Thomas Spurgeon was elected pastor of Loudon Tabernacle, succeeding his father. Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, deceased. Rev. I. S. McElroy has accepted tho call oxtendod him by tho congregation of the Maxwell Street Presbyterian church, Lexington Rev. N. G. Nunn, of Arkansas, will fill tho appointment at Walnut Flat church and will preach his first sermon on the third Sunday in April. Miss May Hoffman, of Mansfield, Ohio, fell dead while preparing for church. It Was her intention to unite with tho congregation on that day. n have been baptized into fellowship of the Columbus BaptlBt church, Toxas, quite a number of whom bad been Catholics. Recorder. Rev. Fred Hale, in his first annual letter to the Baptist congregation at shows a total known membership of 1,034. Ho had 277 additions the past year. Thero will be a special Easter song sorvlce at the Christian church, Sunday and Rev. W. E. Ellis will preach a appropriate to the day, "upon which Christ arose bo early from from the dead." Rev. Dr. M. Parkhurat nt Chicago Monday said thore was an elect 400 of tho Methodist church which controlled the movements of tho bishops by the strength of the position which their dollars gave them. Tho arrangements are completed for the 13th Convention of the Christian Endeavor Societies in Cleveland, July Every State will be represented and Kentucky will bo handsomely provided for. Tho membership of the Christian church Is growing rapidly and for tho last three Sundays tho interest in Eider W. E. Ellis' sermons have been so groat that the crowds have been so largo that a number could not find scats. Tho Glasgow Times sayb thero have been over 100 additions to tho various church there as a result of the religious wave started by Row II. C. Morrison, who brought 23 into the fold. All the churches followed his mooting up with revivals, which are still lnstiog with gratifying results. A Detroit pastor recently prayed, "0 Lord, bless our members, nnd make them honest onough to pay thoir subscriptions." The combined prayers of tho universe couldn't make some people honest, and we suspect that, if there id anything that God enn not do it is that. A good old Methodist brother chided us the other day for, as he alleged, making llinga at bis church, and added that many of his brethren had spoken about it. Ix)rd, goodness, how these mortals do miscoostruo and misjudge! If we thought we were capable, as mean as we may bo, of casting slurs upon tho church of our BiUnted mother and christian father, both of whom long since found eternal rest though its communion and teachings, we would loath .ourselves. The church ia all right, dear friends, though we are not particularly struck on somo preachers, who tramp of its around tho country and use the pulpit for private ends. Even though when we criticise, it Is more in lovo than in anger nnd nover in malice. Fifly-seveo, Mrs. Moody Hardin hns gone to the cities to buy spring millinery for Mrs. SUnd.rd Kulefi. W. 0. Sweeny's store. Record a:inf. Will remaui In the tud till June A wagon load of Lancaster temperist, and then go Into A. L. Hutching's band for ance people went over to Stnnford Mon- training. Sired by Walslnghnm 2100, Sire of Latitude, a:.9 and 7 or 8 ott.cr. in the list. day night to attend tho lecture. (Jam Tin.el by Meuenjrer Duroc 106, ton of Hambletonlan and .Ire ol Elaine, A letter received from Rev. J. R. the dam of N'orlalne, yearling record 2:3114. m Tercy, dated New Orleans, says ho is im-- ..SiJtcr to fames Howell, Jr., by Kambletonhn 10, tire of Dexter a:i,W. J'""" ..by Harry Clay 45. .Ire of the dam. of St, Julian, proving in health nnd has gone ou to i dam Je.819Sarre 2M9W, and 17 more that have produced 3:30 trotters; alto .Ire of the dam ot Florida. Electioneer, aire of in in the 36 list Ono of the colored stable boys at 4 d:n -- by Liberty, son of Lance, by American Eclipse. sire of Naboth, is one of the youngest son. of George Wilkes sto, Walker & Norris' wsb kicked In the Walslnjrham record a'w who stomach by a young horse Monday and sired Harry W.Ikes r.tiy3. Guy W.Ikes, ,15, Mlu Wilkes, a:,yK, Wileor, a:iS, and 6a others in a.30 lut; also 4t producing sons and 19 producing daughters. badly hurt. hAyone-,hlnd hih' fM,d J"" pedigree contain, the blood Tho Dewey Hoywood Co. will give nMr0","!'00' George Wilkea, M.mbrlno Chief, Pilot, a3, .833. Hi,Clay. Hambletonlan, Jr., and Harry a concert at tho court houso tomorrow, At to Insure a Living Colt. Saturday night. As tho entertainment My two fine Ssddle Stallion., is a one and is given under the auspices of tho Lancaster band, a largo crowd will attend. Lancaster now hns one of tho best Will alsomake the present season of t89 at the low price ol equipped police court rooms in Central are elegantly bred and sure loal getters. I will also stand CIO to Insure a Living Colt. Both are Kentucky. New chairs take tho place of the wooden benches and nice desks for Stable two miles South ot Hustonv.lle on Moreland - Carpenter's btation pike. tho lawyers aro tho latest additions, J. K. BATJGHMAN, whilo Judge Hemphill cries "ten and Hustonvllle, Ky costs" from a handsome revolving chair. Circuit court has been in session all week Bnd business is moving along rapidly. Isham, a boy who wbb put off the STANDARD. K. 0. train beforo be reached his destigot judgment for $50. Mr. George Black Stallion; Foaled in iS3r,'S nation, Hands High. D. Lusk was granted license to practice by Slrod Great 13. law. Several cases Bgainst the L. &. N. I dam Alice ' .by Almont 33. record 1:39. railroad for loss of live stock Ac. were dam by Norman .5. continued until next term. The Baker . Young Twyman mare. 3 d2m George Dictator will make the season of .8;, at ffllO to Insure a Ltving Colt or will case will be tried next week. This Jj the Season." eise involves tho land near the depot and 00 acres In Lincoln, belonging to Bay .talllon, nearly 16 hands high; foaled i!8; bred by George F. Baker's heirs. Keene, Shelbyville, Ky. Mr. Sam M. Duncan has returned Sired by Mambrino Le Grand, Son Denfrom a visit to his sister, Mrs. Elkin, in mark. Atlanta, and is greatly improved in t dam Black S.Ik .by Yellow Jacket, a great .addle hor.e. health. Capt. Thomas Peacock's condi dam by Drennon. tion remains unchanged. Ho is a very by Highlander. 3 dam sick man. Mrs. R. 0. Farris and daughTerhs. Same as above. ter, Miss Ella May, left for Lexington Will also stand cne good JACK at $3 to Insure a Living Colt. this week to make their future homo'. M. S. BATJGHMAN, Mrs. Joe B. Paxton, of Stanford, is visitStanford, Ky. ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Robinson. Mr. Carpenter Stewart has reSEND US YOUR ORDER FOR turned from Crab Orchard. Hon. Robt. Harding attended court this week. Will Eason, of Chattanooga, is visiting his mother. NSBOTH 10016. .:, a:, e ji. 6 S25 first-cla- ss STAR DENMARK and WILLIAM L. Two Fine Jacks at $8 to Insure. A- George Dictator 3862. the Dictator 1 a ' Ah-n- or of Washington ' -- Northern Seed Potatoes, D. M. Ferry's . MATRIMONIAL . MATTERS. I, I. John Reed, aged 17 and Miss Etta Shaw, a year his junior, committed suicide by hanging to the same tree at Rose Hill, Iowa. They wero sweethearts but their parents opposed their marriage because of the extreme youth of each and the act is said to havo been revengo on their part. f&AIKBIEN SISEBBp In bulk and package, Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, &c Brushes, Scrub Brushes, Mops, &c. See that new Ice Cream Freezer we have before you buy. ONION SETS ANDFLOWER SEEDS White-was- Ber-m- on Inter-Nation- al 11-1- 5. h George Scott and Miss Elma Stonor, living 20 miles from Louisville, could not raise sufficient money lo ride to Louisville to get married, so they walked. It took them six and a half hours to make tho trip but they wern't too tired to start back home immediately after the knot wna'tied. Benedict Richardson, of the Glasgow Times, makes his readers listen to this 03 MAIN littlo tale of woe: A careful perusal of the begets the You can save money by examining my'new stock of goods and paygloomv reflection that nothing is left to ing Cash for man except his pants aud the right to get up nnd kindle the lire in the mornGoods, ing. And even tho latter of these privileges will lie promptly surrendered by Tinware, &c. You are invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair every gallant man whenever the ladles-G- od with you and will appreciate your patronage. My goods are all First blees 'em demand it. Men and Class Staple goods and will be sold at a brethren, "where nre we at?" McKINNEY & HOOKER. STREET NEW CASH STORE. EAST husband-and-wife-bi- ll Dry Groceries, Boots, shoes, Hardware, DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. (Advocate.) SMALL FHOFIT FO"R CASH. Call and see me, look through my stock and you will agreee that you can save money by trading with me. J. C. FLORENCE. n MeRoberts' Drag Store, Opposite Court-Hous- e "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, A Complete Stock of DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions rately Compounded. Give him a Call. accu- W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. DR. S. G, HOCKER, DRUGGIST. &J The Drug-Stor- e Opposite, the Myers House is the place to buy your 1 Drugs, School Supplies, School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Liquors for Medical Purposes. The Best Goods For The Least Money. Call and see us. DB. S. ) ,' G. HOCEEB, Th. ' . Drug-gist- . ' 1 'i vl J wJ$ fl t y kS Abb ,J, A public school building caught fire that he is a wise father who Semi-WeekInterior Journal knows his own child, but Mr. Wilson in Chicago and six children will proba-bl- v lose tholr lives by jumping from a can not lay claim to such wisdom. He can no more recognize tho thing that third story window. Stanford, Kr., - March 23, 1894 was prosented to tho Senate Tuesday as Gen. A. V. Rico Iibb been appointed his offspring than Col. Breckinridge pension agent for Ohio and tho nominawants to recognize Madaline's babies as tion of Col. Matt Adams to r similar poW. P. WALTON. his'n. Tho bantling was bad enough sition has been confirmed. Tho Southern Chicago plant of the when it left tho Houso. It can hardly ly It is said A mam with a big telescope baa been hero taking in nickels for Boveral nights. , r. ' f . J 'f ' ( V. a dangerous timo to confess to having seen snakes, but as it is woll known that wo never look upon tho wino whilo it is red and never sou snakes unless thoy are really there, wo will Btato that in our poregrinations this weok wo saw two of tho reptiles brought out by now be called inuch of nn improvement Illinois Steel Compauy has resumed op tho warm ravs of the sun. over tho McKinley bill, since every Sen- orations, giving employment to 3,000 ator has attempted to get tho particular men. The works had been idlo for bix Better. Mr. Kd Hubbard took Mrs interests of his Stato protected. A gen- months. A. P. Braukott over to Lexington r fow Charlie Mitchell, tho uine tarifl reform law seems now out of days ago to eeo her husband who is in Then go ahead. And go at once to the Louisville Store, where you DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. having found out that ho can't fight, has tho lunatic asylum. the question. Ho escaped from will find the largest and most elegant stock of Spring Goods in Standecided to write a book. It won't take the institution a short time ago and wanOwing to the fact that tho following Tits stupid story that ttio friends of many pages to toll how Corbott whipped dered to the Kentucky river clifls, over ford. waa misplaced, the formal public decla one of which he fell and came near killration by the county committee of the Dr. Briggs, who was convicted of heresy him at Jacksonville, Fin. and deposed from tho Presbyterian Dayton, Ky., is all torn up over an ing hiniBelf. democratic nominees has never been We have on sale every item below, together with hundreds of other llo is very much better church, was putting up the money for alleged caao of leprosy. Tho Lepra tu- now. made. We stand at the head of equally good bargains in all departments. . i Mifs Pollard, because Col. Breckinridge's berculosa is a serious affair to tho or o e The committee met at tho the trade in Stanford for lowest prices on standard goods. If you In tho war of cards that is raging speech beforo the assembly had much who has it, but the scaly lepra is Bimply March 12, with K. IV, Gentry in tho to make large savings with your ready cash come to us. some of tho victorious republican effect in securing the verdict of excom- an exaggerated enso of eczema. chair and J. H. Carter, J. E. Wright, L. candidates in Laurel and tho defeated, munication, has been exploded. Col. Populist Representative Ratlifle, of L Dawson, J. G. Lynn, 0. L. Honsley, Breckiuridgo does not belong to tho battle waxes warm. Lawyer K. K. J. F. Mooro, 8. A. Middleton ahd V. A. branch of the Presbyterian church that Kosciusko, Miss., who shot and killed Wilson dubs J. D. Smith as an bbp, Bnd and Representative Jackson, at tho same time Oirson present. The vote of the primahas the offensive epithet But in caps to and the follow- therefore could not have taken any part incidentally killing ono bystander ami emphasize ry election was counted his disgust. Wo impatiently in tho prosecution. It was one of the wounding another, was acquitted, tho ing candidates were declared the nomiawait Mr. Smith's declaration of what ho Was the success of our unparalleled efforts last week. The prices at name who spoko in that case, but not jury having been out sinco Saturday. nees of the democratic party. thinks of Mr. Wilson. tho same by a good deal. which the goods were marked crowped our store to thcutmost capacW. II. Headley, tho For County Judge JAS. WALKER GIVENS ..G. B. COOPER ' is said to be run Clerk In lighting a lamp in ono of tho win ity. In order to give the people another opportunity wc have decidTub Louisville Timed has an elaborate formerly of Lexington, J. B. PAXTON Attorney- -.. ning n restaurant in Mexico. In conver- dows of tho Louisville Storo Wednesday ed to continue this sale one more week. T. D. NEWLAND article on "Why Murder Flourishes in Sheriff. Kimball, a Lexington E. D KENNEDY Some Parts of tho World." Aue.sor It is long sation with W. T. him, ho stated th.it night George Ellis must havu let the attorney who visited G. W. DEBORD and wo match touch soma of tho articles on exJailer didn't take timo to read it, but ho had no confederates in his forgeries. hibition, for in a fow moments a couplo R. R. Gentry, Ohm. tho reason can be expressed in a sentence. Gov. Brown vetoed tho bill passed of shirts woro discovered to bo afiro. W. A. Oakson, Sec. It is because murderers are not forced to by tho Legislature during its last days Quick work on the part of Managor T. Although Col. Breckinridge was se pay tho penalty of their crimes with allowing Judge R. H. Thompson, of the D. Rnney and his clerks extinguished cretly mairied to his present wife in their lives. In Kentucky it is the mur- Louisville City Court, 51,500 lor His ser the blaze beforo any futher damago was derer who goes acquit, while tho petApril of last year, Miss Pollard testified Indigo blue calico best brands per yd., American shirting ty thief is given the full extent of tho vices in examining trials in addition to done. that he continued his illicit relations law. the $3,500 salary previously fixed by of fancy calico 4 c, oil red plain and figured American and Thk abnormally warm weather with with her up to tho 19th of May. If Mrs. law. Lancaster Apron Gingham 1 at 5c, the lntcst styles in dress gingliams Breckinridge believes this story, there's Three thousand representative ne- its occasional Rhowers has advanced vegSenator Brice says the Senate will for 5c, Zephyr ginghams S,'c worth special sale of ladies going to bo trouble in the family, as discuss the tariff bill for two months and groes of Alabama at Birmingham adopt- etation moro than a month and mado handkcrchicls at 10c worth 25c. - then pass there is everywhere else for tho silverit without matorial change ed resolutions calling upon tho negroes tho hum and dales almost oparklo in tongued. Mies Pollard was kopt on the from its present form. If any relief is to of America to emigrate to Africa. It their beautiful veudure. Tho fruit trees witness stand till noon Tuesday, after come from the miserable straddle, the was also resolved that as tho whlto man are in bloom and all nature seems to ! tho court had to ndjourn Monday on ac- people want it without so much talk. had brought tho negroes to America, ho sing pcam to tho lovoly spring time. Tho signal servico telegraphed yester- count of tho hysteriky condition in 2sero s fiddle performance while Rome ought to pay their way back. with refer- burned has never been regarded as a which tho Tho Supremo Court of Michigan UasJ day that it would bo cooler last night Just received a handsome line of men's fine shoes which will be sold ence to her children threw her. Saying praiseworthy one, and tho delay of the sustained Gov. Rich in removing from and fair and cooler for $1, worth $1.75. Ladies Dongola Button Shoes at 98c, worth sho had given up everything for him, Senate will not bo moro favorably re- office tho Secretary of Stato, Stato TreasA dispatch to tho Courier Journal oven her children, Bhe buret into tears ceived by the people. 5i.Go. Don't forget to look at our ladies' slippers that will be sold urer and Land Commissioner for groes from Manchester Bays that tho roaring, and sobs and waa unable to proceed. for 75c, worth $1.50. Baby's shoes will go in this sale for 20c, woith negligenco in canvassing tho returns of litigious and bollgerent John Louis Kossuth, tho Hungarian patriot, the election in 1S93, by which was adoptThe next day she was calmer and admitdouble the money. Our spring clothing comes piling in on us and wc meek pistol for the after being in exile for 10 years, died In ed a constitutional amendment increas- D. Whitr, and tho ted that she had gotten a aud long suffering, Rev. Vincent Bore-in- must have room for it, therefore wc will sell anything in that departBole purpose of killing the colonel and Turin, Italy, Monday, aged 92. His body ing their salaries. came near pounding the lifo out of ment at 50c on the Si. Don't forget that wc arc selling men's hats at herself. At the conclusion of her testi- will be taken for burial to the home Tho heavy rains continuo In tho 25c a piece. mony her case was rested and Col. Shel- which for so many years of life was de- South. In Arkansas large sections of each other at that placo on court day by stated the line of defense of tho de- nied him to sleep at last with his loved country are inundated. Miles of railroad over a business matter. Tho sheriff fendant. It is a general denial of all the ones. The amnesty extended his fellow tracks are under water or washed away. alone saved us tho harrowing recital of allegations, that she seduced him, sug- revolutionists never extended to him and Tho Ouachita river is higher than it has a mashed and mangled pair, n gested the visit to the Guess woman's tho legislature of his country only last been in fifty years. The Arkansas river Advertising pays, either directly or KTST., and pursued him ever afterwards, mak week declined to pass a bill to allow him has risen eight feet at Little Rock and indirectly, and most always directly. In ing life a burden and him a star actor in to return. threatens to pass the danger line. our last iesuo Mr. O. E. Tato advertised A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor e the tragedy of life. The promise of Twenty peoplo were killed and 100 or a lost pup and beforo wo had finishA nEDucrioN in tho appropriations by presence of Mrs. Luke the present Congress so far of some made in the T. D. RANEY, Manager. injured by the tornado in Texas Sunday. ed printing it was delivered to him. In n Blackburn was at Madaline's suggestion, the samo issue Mr. J. P. Jones stated over the last first session, Bhows As if to add to the desolation nnd she having such a terrorizing influence that the democrats are another tornado swept oyer tl o that he wanted to sell a sot of harness united on the deover him that he dared not do her bid- termination to exact no more same part of the Stato Monday, doing and bright and early Tuesday morning a tribute ding. It is a miserable, babyish plea, from the people than an economically great damage to property, but resulting buyer called on him and relieved him of hardly better than none, but it is the administered administration absolutely in no more fatalities, as far as known. it. Now is tho timo to advertise. (Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn,) best the plaintiff can make to even pal- requires. This may bo a billion dollar Steps have already been taken in the Every young person in Stanford reliate the offense upon which the public country, but we do not want any of Texas to furnish relief to more larger cities grets that tho operatic performance at has already passed its judgment ol eter- billion dollar Congresses. the destitute. conflicts with the nal ostracism, both politically and socialA dispatch to tho Enquirer from Ab Hustonvillo Bet and ly. Col. Breckinridge's Btar has beville, Ala., saya that Dick Vaught, a entertainment here, though a number NEWSY NOTES. boy, has been placed in jail will go there any way. It is likely that he is a very dead cock in tho pit. Senator Colquitt, of Georgia, is crit- - on the chargo of killing his brother. The Katie Dean will be given here, if it Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year If Sam Small, the erratic Atlantian, ically ill at Washington. brother refused him a biscuit when he proves as sttlefactory to the West End and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. an tell as much about tho pulpit as he A colored woman said to be 121 years shot the top of his head off. The dis- people as the participants expect. Recan about the bar in his lectures "From old has just died in Philadelphia. patch also adds that about three months member that It will bo rendered at the Barroom to Pulpit" he ought to make a Six young women were drowned ago he killed his brother Christian church, Hustonvillo, success of it both in point of interest and whilo crossing tho lake at Patscurr, in a quarrel over a marble, and only two Before you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than weeks ago he struck a playmate over tho The prohibitionists are to be congrat financially. In the days when he looked Mex. the cheapest. head with a club, producing a wound ulated on ono thing, at least. They havo Col. Allen Sell?, one of the Sells continually upon the wine, while it was W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. that afterwards proved fatal. brought only reputable men to speak red, we bayo seen Samuel turn down a Bros., of circus fame, is dead at Topeka, this time, nnd tho Joo MundayB, Luther drink as long as your arm, wjthout an Kansas. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. The Rhode Island democrats met in Bensons, et id omno genus have been apparent compunction of conscience or -BonN to the wife of John Payne, of conspicuous for their absence. Usually too we convention and renominated the ticket change of countenance. Theu Rowland, a nine pound boy. -THE DAYTON- tho prohibitionists' extremity is some bavo heard him preach about aj elo- of last year. Richmond, Va., has one cigarette quently as any man we have ever beard. Quite a heavy rain, accompanied by drunken tramp's opportunity and such factory that manufactures 600,000,000 thunder and hail, prevailed inst after- cittle are put up to tell decent people CROSS-CUA many sided man is Samivel. cigarettes a year. noon. what they should do, whilo ho stays so' I.nbtead of banging Adolph Jones, Tho democrats of Nicholasvillo will A bmzzaiid, which sent the mercury ber just long enough to get his pay. Andm for debauching little girls, without judge hold an election April Gth to decide who down 30 in four hours, is raging in Kanor jury as ho would have been in this will be appointed postmaster there. Of tho Reed Sistora, who appear here sas and headed this way. country, he was tried for the offense at tho Peru Journal Bays: A Prendergast, the assassin, refuses to Leamington, Ontario, and sent up for 12 havo a spiritual adviser. He says when H. P. Ramsey has begun a subscrip- nice audience greeted the Reed Sisters years, the sentence providing that on ho wants a priest he will send for one. tion school at Goshen and desires all of at the new Methodist church last night. each anniversary of his incarceration he Should the Bland bill become a law tho patrons to Bend their children next Miss Maude Reed is an accomplished Best Farm Implements Made. is to bo stripped and 12 lashes with a pianist and her Bister, Miss Hczel, reit will require 20 months' time for the Monday. heavy whip are to be applied to his nakcites in a charming manner. They remints to coin the $55,000,000 aeignior-ngSold Out. Yeager A Yeager havo ceived many encores. Tho ed back. Mr. Jones will have a good audience bought of Mr. I. M. Bruce his stock of long time between acts to meditate on was delighted and many of them expressItae Clay circuit court added five to harness, saddles, Ac, and will continue tho disgrace and bodily pain he has ed a desire for a return date. Thoy are the crowded penitentiary, Joo Eversole tho business at his old stand. brought on himself. accomplished young ladies of very pleasgetting 21 years for killing his brother-in-laof Judge T. L. ing manners, and make friends whenThe trusty little pony Tub Hon. Green R. Keller, lato assisThe county court of Estill has con- Shelton, which had alwas been regarded ever they go." tant clerk of the House and editor of the Ml as safe, ran away the other day and tore Carlisle Mercury, wants to be railroad tracted for a new jail and residence buildIt wont always do to judge a man by V the buggy into kindling wood. Fortu- his appearances, for thoy are sometimes commissioner, which office is now an ing to cost $3,000. Tho structure is to be nately no one was in it at the time, his deceiving. Tbb prohibitionists imported elective one, and says so in a public an- completed by January next. Tho war is all over at Rio Janerio, children having tied it and gone into a a long, lank and forlorn looking specinouncement. We have never heard that neighbor's Ijoubo. men of tho genus homo to apeak for Bro. Keller wan particularly yersed in but the yellow fever, which has become railroad matters but be is a good man all epidemic, threatens to be a more fromi-dabTnE little girl born to Mr. and Mrs. W. them. His clo thing was not of the latfoe than the insurgents. the same, even if mayhap, like some of P. Robinson about two weeks ago died est cut, but was slick from long use; Judge William McKenzie, father of Wednesday and was buried yesterday in his shoes were more "hololy than rightpresent board when first appointed, the from a band the Hon. James A. McKenzie, U.S. min tho grave yard at Goshen. Mrs. Robin- eous" nnd his tilo told the tale of ante bo does not know a cross-tiister to Peru, died at Bonnettsville, son, who has been sick sinco the little helium styles. The unregenorated turn- Every thing, you can think of in the Fine Bpike. Chinaware line. Call and Christian county, Tuesday, aged 91 years. one's birth, has grown worse in the last ed up their noses, threw their eyes askant examine and get prices. Congressman Payntkk, of the 0th The C. & O. in order to keep ahead and thought "utnph" if they did not is very ill. district, says he will not be a candidate of the B. & O. will shorten its time to few days and uttor it. That night when tho roveren- for re election. Unlike our Goy. New York from Cincinnati two hours alThe cast of characters in "Katie Dean, ed gentleman was introduced a feeling Mr. Paynter has not made him- though the trains have to fly in order to tho Rag Picker," which will bo producof disappointment pervaded tho audiself necessary either to his constituents muko tho fast Bchedule. Stanford, Ky. includes Miss ence, which booh gave way to surprise ed at Hustonvillo or his country and there is no urgent deAj large force of Government officers Erma Morse, who will appear as Katie, and pleasure as the speaker warmed up mand for his continuing in the public is at work in and around Omaha in the Misses Emma Prnitt and Kate Moore with his subject and alternately stirred service. hope of locating a private mint, whore, and Messrs. J. W. North, J. B. Cook, it with pathos or convulsed it with and O. L. Pruitt. Miss laughter. The Rev. G, W. Young, of is There are 25 murder cases on the it alleged, oVer half a million standard W. A. Dlnwlddio silver dollars havo been turned out. Margaret A. Bennott will furnish tho ac- Cynthiana, is a curiosity and a genius. Clay county docket, although prohibiThe Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill companiments. Admission 25, children tion prevails there. Moonshine and was passed by tho House. In tho four 15c. NEW ADVKBTISEtfENTS. blind tiger whisky seemB to be as fruit"Whipped, Field Salter, Jr., colored, ful of murder as that gotton in a legal- general appropriation bills passed so far n a reduction of $24,331,058 has been made waa given 30 days in jail by Judgo ized saloon. as compared with the same bills for the bock containfor stealing ajpocket Ma. Cleveland has been in office over current year. ing $4 out of Miss DelphaNewland'B buga year and still moro than half of tho If the governor does not interfere, gy whilo it was standing near 0. D. Powpresidential offices are filled by the ras- Chicago will celebrate by hanging ell's Btore. Chris Simpson and George cals. The old man celebrated his 57th murderers Higgina and Prendergast. Craig, who watched while Salter made MAKING birth-da- y Sunday, when he should havo The former says it is bad enough to be the steal, were turned over to Marshal Will open a MANTUA Lower Mainettabllthment a the pink cotlazt) on street, ready to teceiveordcrt Antil i. Thev get a greater aiove on him- hung but worse to havo to Btand in line Nowland. who had their mothers whip and be resolved to me trie latest and raot fashionable pattern! and self. guarantee satisfaction. A trial la solicited. wuu iuhv cuwuruiy uiqkb. them till they could hardly sit down. It is rather hi ' Be Sure i. 0 6 OR 8 PAGES. You're Ei ffht dc-sir- prize-fighte- r, court-hous- o bo-twe- en Great and Glorious forger-distille- r, Our Dry Goods Department Prices tc .$c, .c, !2c, Our Shoa Department cross-examinati- to-da- y. ring-taile- d, mild-mannere- d, g, LOUISVILLE : m STORE, STASTFOHD. mar-iag- $25,-000,0- 00 dovor-tatio- B. K. WEAREN, Dealer iii Carriages, Wagons, Buggies, Farming Implements, eight-year-o- ld Get His Prices A.IST3D OOIMHE T SEE. hi DISC HARROW, -- The Brown Cultivator, J. K. VANARSDALE, QUEENSWARE, e. GLASSWARE le e CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, fee. ' y, FARRIS & HARDIN, , Var-no- Mrs. Corey Saunders airs. Harris Hamilton Stan-for- We : to-d- ay d, I m W. H. WEAREN & CO. Hat : Them. t.ji. .! iii n-- n !tMfcp7'..P-V3'i- i r,i Siii.n Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal nOW TO SLEEP SOUNDLY. In-sto- DOLLS OF FASHION. Hott I.adlea Obtained the) Htylc Firtrsentli Century. In HAPPY tho HOUSEHOLDS. a 3 MEW .TOOK, Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Iron Wagon Material, Stanford, Ki., VV. Pot March 23, 1891 Put Pillows Undor tho Hood. of Undor tho An P. WALTON. Important Dlarnyery Mmln by n SrlentUt Wiinien f.lkn th Pro fraaor'a it ml Sf It Uoik Verjr Well. Oar-ma- n u Health, Its understanding nnd presXIX 72X30 ervation, is n fnd Just now. Lectures on the subject in any of Its brunches are eagerly pntronlzod by society lenders. Probably this Is bocauso beauty of fnce and form were never more thnn tit present, and our women ure beginning to find thut there Is no real beauty without sound health; this is one ostensible reason for the Every club of Ten Yearly Another is thnt women do cni70. will get ono sbaro of $5,000. more, achieve more thnn ever before, Every club of Five- Yearly nnd consequently they enro more to will got ono half a eharo of bear how they may keep themselves d 15,000. in proper condition for work. A mind is 'not tho first thought, Tho number of shares is fixed by tho number of clubs of ten that will although it is nn important one; it is mind in u tho bo received by ua from $5,000 Cash Given Away CINCINNATI most Important dlwoorcry has recently boon utntlu by a Oennnn profes-ho- r tlint will materially luiproro tho physical tint inontnl utrrnnth of nil From (ht oM complaint when you can be permawho follow its lcnHon, If tlio discovery nently cnicd by an in rcnlly genuine, tin tho profeftor olalmn it to be. Superstition or legend or tho custom of years hns hiul un Inlluonco rtpon us whllo wo hlept thnt hns been almost n.s Others have been curetl, why noljou i Krontnnthc lllto Influence) whllo wo Discaso Ourcd Without Modicino arc awnko. It ha boon vujruuly understood thnt If wo bleep with our htnd to tho north It Is much bettor than Not an e ectric belt or battery, but a .1 triple pointing In nnj' other illnwtlon enn home txatmvnl which cauiei the cutire bolr of jwsnlbly lo, while lylnif iiihjii onr left th patient toabtirb rddo Ih n certain indication wo tare freo from heart dlseuso, nnd lylnj; upon our back Is quite at. certnln a sifju thnt we nro Intending to d to those, the iilou hns pov Atk yur oe'shbor about It; If he cau not tell riesvd us thut our head uniht be higher you, wiltt to ui for one ol our boolc tent lite. thnn our fent, entirely overlooking tho fnct thnt the typlcnl American, ever r recelreJ to many tettlmonlaU Nothlnchaa hunlthy, rigorous nnd gcxnl looking, is from truitwotiT portmu, many ol wham ait invnrlnbly represented In foreign paknawnto u, Wpiirrn Kccoriler, Louitville. The KUclropoiie li a niyiUry to int; aliuott a per ns hitting in n very low chair miracle. Kldtr John I Rodger. with bin feet on tho convenient In en night the ElecttopoU relieveil me of Mme yards, nppnrently, above-him- . cooceuion 01 in brain ami vertigo, iter, uto, II. Meant, Covington, Ky. Hut Prof, riachcr hns chnmed nil A friend ol mine w entirely cured of the habit with Klectroolie Kav. W, W, llruce, that. Ho has demonstrated by a .virlv uttonlllc, Ky. The Klectropoitt it a womleiful Inttrumcnt and of pnlnNtulcliiff and oaroful experiIt It more wonderful at to how It dooa In work, ment thnt wo should letip with tho ytt it doea It. T K C. lliiuley, (I'lowt) Louu foot slightly elevated, or tlw ImmuI n VIII. Ky. trifle lower thnn tho feet, as ho puU It, UAddrti! Dulkilt & Webb, jo; Fourth tt , Lou itrille, Ky, nnd thin condition he fulvUon bringing nlout by placing pillows under tho feci and none under tho head. The advnntngew claimed by Prof. Flucher resulting from this mnnner of lying are thnt tho Intellectual reposo Shorten an! quideM between is much more profound than obtained nemvr White Rati la the Correct Material fn tfediMuc; by the present provnlllng method; aluo Very heavy vthlto tat tin Is used foT tho Oaly Direct Line between that amelioration of tho nervous nyir- welding gown, writes Isabel A. Mnl-loFrankfort, Qeoniotown and Paris, In Ladles' llotno JonrnaL Tho Oarlislo. Maysvillo, Oynthlana, skirt, which Is quite plain in front, has Falmouth and Covington. a flare about tho lower part, tho result Atk (or ticket via Kentucky Midland. Traini run by Central Standard 'lime. of there being two full plaits on each Tim TabU Nov tt, 1S9). aldo of tha broad gore. In tho back No. i. THAINS EAST. No. i No ;. ts there aro two doubln p, m. a. m. that p. m I.eive I'raeVtort A 100 400 700 fall far down, spread out and extend " Summit 404 110 .706 through tho train, which Is very nearly " KHnorn ; 11 J5 411 " Swtiier iS 4 o 40 a yard long. Tho bodlco Is a pointed " Slainpiag Oround.y li a 00 4 31 ono, laced In tho back; is high lu tho Dnvall 7j4 10 4 jj ...........y 41 onnton neck, nnd has over Its white satin col10 441 L 4 so jj Joetown .ll ..740 lar fdlds of whlto tulle, caught at one 7 j j 00 j 00 i. a. uepoi ' uS sldu with a tiny bunch of orange blosNewton 17 j jc j TK nietrr rosiTio.v ron hlkei'ino. " Centreville....... .. 16, 1 it j soms. Tho sloovcs have enormous U tern Is greater; that tho effect on tho Kli.bh 3o puffa of tho satin that reach quits to Arrive I'ant ...C.... .. 1 30 4 o 340 veins Is better, and consequently tho tho elbows, and bo loir that they fit In condition of tho blood It improved and to tho arms, and each comes down In a TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. a, No. i weakness of tho lungs is therefore point over tho hand. Folds of tulle a, ro. p la, p. m, largely overcome If in trying tho cf outline this point. Over each shoulder Lve I'arii ....C... ... goj 4 49 feet of thU position for sleeping any is an elaborate epaulette of orange Arr Klliabeth. .... g u 600 4 3 experienced Arr Ceotrolile... 601 3J unplaint ttonsatlon tolahave been too blossoms. Tho hair Is arranged quite Arr Newtown , ... - 9 5 OK tho feet will )e found high and pinned closely and very firm6 jo Air C. S. IVpot high, and therefore they should bo ly to tho head; and the veil, which Is Air ReoiKCIown II II 17 6 JJ 7 49 Arr Johnton . lowered llttlo by llttlo by tu4ng pil- fastened on undor a wreath of orange 641 loo ...IH4 5 10 Arr Uuvall II jo lows of loss thickness until tho proper blossoms, extends to the edgo of the ArrStamp'f Grouad 11 j; I JO 3J 11 .0 height Is reached, which is readily de- skirt In front and over tho entire Air Swtuer.... 6 JS Arr Klkhun n j4 7 ! 90J termined by tho improved feeling of length of the train at tho back. It Is ArrHuinmlt .,iioi 7 the sleeper. Arr KiaakUri A 10 necessary In arranging this veil to re93 A connect! with I.. A N. For women especially this modo of member that whllo it is worn over the II connect! with Q A C. and L. S. sleeping Is recommended by tbc pro- face going up tho alslo of tho church. Ccooaectt with K. C fessor, and ho claims to be In rocelptof It Is thrown bsck after tho ceremony, I) AY TRAINS. SUN Leave Kranklorto J a. m; (teoifrrtown 10 40 a. endless communications from ladles in suoh a way that tho brldo may look to. I.v Ueoifetown it 10; arm Yrankkut u 10 throughout Germany who have found her best whon tho roll Is off her face. p. m untold relief in following his slmplo Midttnd Kailway and connec FIRESIDE COMFORTS. tioqt form the tboitett and chetpctt rout to all prescription. In an essay recently poihtt S)nh, Kail, Sorth and Vet. rottd by tho professor the advantages For further Information pplf to their srntt Holder TYlitcU Add Much to the to tho physical nature from this man- rrettj C. 1). ilKKCAW. Oen J'ata Air Knjortnetnt of Hoot. GEO. II. llARI'EH, Gen. Supt ner of sleoplng were shown to be Pretty holders hung up where they nnd easily understood as can be readily seized may quite propersuch by the lecturer's audience in tho ly bo called fireside comforts. For the plain but convincing language em- women who Uko to bo esthetic even In ployed. so small a matter as holders, theso IlHriolly, tho professor urged that tho lustrations are given. Tho sketch to veins aro bettor kopt filled with blood, tho left represents simply a Bquare of the blood flowing toward tho brain is conducive of a clearer, more rested BEST OFFER EVER MADE ineutnl condition upon nwnkenlng, and the heart finding enMer notion is not called upon for huch hard work, nnd WHY SUFFER. A Electropoise OXYGEN. snore-Adde- tuan-tclple- co opi-a- m Ky. Midland R'y, Long before Indies' newspapers wcro The happiest households are thoso ntnrtod nnd fashion plates In tholr modthnt do not let die out the sentiment ern form woro thought of, Indies de- connected with various anniversaries. rived their knowledge of tho fashions Although or recognition of from dolls dressed in model costumes, such events in a suitable wny mny be I have about completed my stock of goods which is composed of which wcro pent from ono country to out of the question, owing to tho another, most especially from Paris, straitened circumstances of thoso which then us now was the leading within the gates, there enn be a Queens-ware- , center of the modo. This custom of little air of festivity when mother's or exchanging fashion dolls commenced father's birthday comes around, or early in the fifteenth century, and pre- some wedding nnnlversnry Is to be vailed for more Mian one hundred celebrated. An extra dish, a little bunch of flowers, or some special music Plows, Salt, Lime, Cement, &c., all bought at the lowest CASH prepared for the occasion will show PRICE, and having no old stock to carry, I am able to give prices the kindly spirit tin J the loving remem- that will be brance thut count far more than the moneyed value of any gift. As the children grow up If these festivals are encouraged they will have much to look forward to, and much Appreciating the favors shown me heretofore I more to remember in theyears tocome, To Investivate. when they go out to do battle with the again ask a share of your patronage. Respectfully, world nnd find that sentiment is crushed under foot nnd affection Is regarded onl3 ns n side Issue. Rhnnie Weaken, Clerk. Life Is full of beauty if we only know how to gather It Into our bins and storehouses. There need not bo great wealth nor worldly honor, but a loyal clinging together of parents nnd children, marked by happenings thnt have n direct bearing on each one's individual history, will Join tho circle closer DOLLS OP FAHIIIOX. together and make home life the ideal yearn, when woodcutu nnd engravlnga thing that it ought to be. Do not, wo beseech you, plead thnt were substituted, until towards tho end of tho eighteenth century colored you nre too busy or too seriously occufashion plates and illustrated almanacs pied with worldly affairs to waste time mado tholr appearance. Great ladles on such trivial matters ns birthday celebrations. used to sond Uieso dolls to their friends parties and wedding NOW FOnLISIIKU uso is at n dUtnnco, and, as tho costumes Such prove of timo tho not n waste, and will among sweetest memovwro mado by professional "cutters," exnctly to tho right shape and in the ries of childhood and old nge long latest style, with duo regard to ls after tho little chain has been broken, of materials and trimmings, tho and ono member after nnothcr gone to dressmakers had only to enlarge tho thnt long rest from which there is no awalccuing. measurements of thorn. FOR HUSBAND AND WIFE. A YEAR. DRESSING THE BRIDE. gift-givin- Tlioy Aro Tlinto In Which tlio Annlvoraa-rleAro Ilemetnliercil. g j-- TO YU1 INTUIBUST. W. H. HIGGINS. m THE CINCINNATI "WEEKLY" do-tai- Twice-a-Week 0.B IIUXDRED GAZETTE a Ciuclmintl and Frankfort Oo-irn- n, ness cares. Lot him assist her In beautifying tho Itomo. Let cnah realize tho fact that they are ono. Let her meet him with a kiss not a frown. Let her sympathize with him In busi- A.D FOUIl PAPERS A YEAR, On I.ESS TIIA.V OXE CENT PER COPY. The popnlarltr of the Gaaette extend from Ocean to Occnn. from every port of the Globe the newt la Klven In re liable abape. Ttvelve to Sixteen 1'okci a week will he printed Xor f 1.00 a Year. Address THE COMMERCIAI .GAZETTE CO. CINCINNATI. un box-plai- ....; 1 1 gossip. Let him be as courteous after marriage as before. Let hor not worry him with petty Let him speak to his wife not yell "say" at her. Let her not narrate Mrs. Next Door's ....! troubles. Lot her make homo more ploasant than tho club. Let tho husband frequent his home not the club. Let her dress as tastefully for him as for strangers. Let his latchkey gather unto Itself tt rust from disuse. F 17 , 4 H Let him confide in his wife their Interests aro equal. Let her not fret because Mrs. Neighbor has a rich dress. Let her homo mean love nnd rest not strife and noise. WINDOW PLANT BOX. Oae That la Ornamental and Canoot TJ Tipped Over. The usual boxes set In windows on a broad shelf or a bench have mani- 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN? 1 4 It mtani thai thoQnen and Creot Routt Is IT nllri shortest Vtwcn Cincinnati &u4 l.tx.ngUmf tS milts sltortrtt ClnotcnVJ t Hlr fOnlles shortest Ntw Orltans: 10 niaunt to ChAlUiiooii.,Alliit-- , ,t JaM.VsvQValit, 1 lorit!.uilt ihorti Ciacmnatl SOLID VESTIBULCD TRAING r'.TMi of tht ahofj points. 1 therefore the tired feellngoften accompanying the first awakening is done nwny with. Ilfitltli ulnl llctuty. M o? Ji 7 riaHajZ Thrnrh Onljr nt running throat h carl Cincinnati to Knoxrillrj ant fest disadvantages, inasmuch as they .WhcTUIa, S C. Iirrct lias t rcxitjft&l Mexico tU New Orle&ns tr nro liable to be tipped over and to i tthreveiKjtt. As went, about tours to ClltrnU. Frum I.oqii? ille, hfltjTilW anl Lawrfnctburjr. dlrrt coontcUoa Is xn&Jt a.t Ltxington warp with the constant wettings necesvtth vtttitiuUl trilni U all joints South. W. C. niNEAUSON. sary for tho growth of tho plants In Oen'l I'ass'r Af eat, Cincinnati, O. them. Then, too, If moro water is used than the earth will absorb kindQUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. ly, there will be the drip, drip dripping- so trying to a careful Martha's soul. The Illustration given here does nwny with nil theso difficulties. It Is fitted to tho window sill and supported by strong iron brackets, nnd is virtually immovable. A zinc tnnk is fitted into tho box and prevents any leakage at all. It can be made easily at any tinsmith's nnd with small exTo every person sending us the amount of one yearly subscription pense. It is well to have the sides of tho box widened out into shelves for to the Interior Journal, together with ten cents extra, we will send the accommodation of any small pots ree a copy of The World Almanac for Single copies may be 1894. ordered at the Interior Journal office for 25 cents. Curs to VicVitmr an 1 Fhrr-jjr- t. afc. J ONLY TEN CENTS EXTRA. Weekly Enquirer. Sub-ecribcSub-scribe- con-ntder- rUKTTV IIOMWIW. wi "Ul ?--. ir.. ,. -- rj El a 'Ml ra ru well-traine- well-traine- d well-truino- d Nov. 1, 1893, to March 31, 1894, body. l'rctty One nnd n half ynrds On an ofier of 81,500 last spring, running thrco months, ending Juno silk; 3 balls turquoise blue crochet 133 brass rings; fill all tho rings 30, 1803, for clubs of five, each club silk; with double crochet, closely nnd firmin cash besides ly, then with needle it ad silk crossbar agent received his commissions. That offer was 8500 tho center of each ring. When all tho a month for thrco months. brus rings nro filled form into wheels, Wo now oiler 81,000 a month for seven rings to n wheel, ono In tho cenfive months, or a total of ter nnd bix surrounding. Hasto on the China silk, hemstitched on opposlto for five ends and both sides. Use tho ravelings besides tho regular commissions, and to hemstitch with. When tho wheels huvo been neatly hemmed on tho silk will at one end, with a pair of scissors cut Guarantee 40 per cent Gross Profit out all the bilk running upon tho point just as the wheels run. This will give A full club of fivo or ten must tho wheel part an openwork look. Tie como at ono timo in order to share in on every ring at bottom u heavy tassel of the crochet silk. Ida Ilurkhardt, in this offer. Agents may send as many clubs as Ohio Furmer. Hunter's llruirn llrrml. they can raiso within timo specified and, can have papers sent to any This fecipo Is given In a New England paper, which should insure its exaddress. Tho WEEKLY ENQUIRER is cellence. It is also said to have stood tho Largest, Hcst, Clean, Moral, Ele- tho test of years at the hands of n good Indian meal, two vating Dollar Newspaper for a family cook: ofTwo cups of one cup of Hour, a rye menl, tho United cups favonto now printed in teaspoonful of soda, ono cup of moStates. Sample copies free. lasses and sour milk enough to mnke a drop batter. Jstenm this bread three INQUIRER COMPANY, hours, being sure that tho water does CINCINNATI, O. uot top boiling. lemon-colored lrniit lor un Knncl. $5,000 months, to a size of 3x7 inches. A loop Is fasi vn . wit i, tened to Its tail to bang It up by. A jI v. r,L V'" V "" geranium leuf is tho model for tho I. J II 'l holder shown to the right. Mnko this WINDOW PI.ANT IIOX. of two thicknesses, tho under ono of may be dark green cloth, nnd tho upper of dull desired, and thereench side oftwo little the winred, fastening them with velnlngs round brackets nt done In green silk. A loop, which Is dow just nbovo the shelves. The whole thing may be made ornamental nl.so tho stem, serves to hang It by. to the room by using wood that has a American Agriculturist. pretty grain, with more or less modCure, of Curtritna uul I'ortlnrra. est ornamentation in the making. When nnyclennlng or sweeping is in Webb Donnell, in Amerlenn Gardening. progress the henvy curtains nnd porI'ldvllty In l.lttlt. Thins. tieres should bo removed, nnd ufter beThere is no real elevation of mind in ing thoroughly brushed and shnken should be allowed to hang lu the air a contempt of little things. It is, on until tho rooms aro cleaned nnd ready tho contrary, from too narrow nnd confor their return, writes Jnmes Thomp- tracted views that we often consider son inn very practical articlo, "Artis- of little moment things which aro tic Doorways and Windows," in La- really of innuendo and most extensive dies' Homo Journal. Heavy hangings consequence. The moro wo nro by nawill absorb tho odor from cigar stnoko ture prone to neglect little things, tho or from any food which may bo cook- moro wo should fear tho effects of this ing, nndthu greatest care should there- neglect, nnd bo watchful over ourfore bo taken that they bo kept well selves, nnd place around u.s, if possible, aired. Tho doorway curtains may bo Bomo insurmountable barrier to our so easily removed and placed In posi- remissness. Do not let us be discourtion again that there should bo no ex- aged by this constant necessity for cuse for any unpleasant odor being at- watchfulness as to trllles. To maintain the conflict will at first require tached to them. firmness; but it is it discipline that wo Tlio Llttlo 400. have need of, and one that will at last The beaux and belles of Washington bring nnd with It peace lmvo a dancing- - class called the "Lltand security for our souls. tlo 400." No ono over nine years old can Join tho class, nnd no child is too A True I'iir:iIix. young. Kven your little Nable Do vou not think Mr. nnd sisters might go and tako their a man of small calibre? first walking steps to tho music of this Grace Perhaps, but m sure of ono duueiug class. Is. Y. Lcdcer. thing; he's a big bore. Urooklyn Life. dark cloth bound with braid, tho lettering being done with Turkey red marking cotton. Tho center design Is made of brown cloth outlined with tnn fioss. Tho pattern of a turtlo can easily bo copied from this, enlarging it worm) mjmKTWK AND ENGYGL0PADIA FOR 1894. k a . . The Best Reference Book Printed.il Everything up to Date and Complete. Of. A ucn lOUU'.TREATED. mrrn 1 ENDORSED BY STATESMEN, EDUCATORS, STUDENTS EVERYWHERE. AND ? TOPICS Has Roachcd Such n Stnto of Perfection Thnt It Is a Vorltablo Encyclopaedia of Facts and Events, Brought Down to January First, 1894. Edition of 1894 has been prepared aa extra force of editors. It will have a novel and attractive cover, wide mar- gins, new and improved binding; is printed on good paper, and contains more and better information than any book of a similar nature published. It is ft THE self-contro- l, AMERICA'S STANDARD YEARBOOK. baby-brothe- rs De-Litt- le PRICE,' postpaid c lihlvcsx TITI by mail, 25 CENTS. City. 1 lfOItLn, Ytw York rjm vit9.,L 'Tr. 'Jt'g Tim i.1! -- J u I'llJLJJ.fri. In. gallons LEAVK NORTON DAILY France averages twenty-threTho methods nnd ideas of wintering M. LACKOWirZ. 12:BO p. m. for Graham, niuefield, Pocahontas for each person. T. I). NKWLAND. campaigners hnvo changed materially in LynchUurg, Kicnmocu .... piocim O C LYON. years two In the past eighty-eigh- t theso latter days. Tho best trainers no Sleeninar Cars from Koanoke lo Norfolk also FRED HAUMAN.V. tn Ulrtimnnrf from Lynchbu thousand Louts Lcfevrcs have received longer beliove that a winter of idleness is R. L.WHITE. aisW saMBlasisfrslsssssssssssMss Tf 7 tt I'nwhatan and Gocxln t.,1.1 in. I. L.IIKCK. criminal sentences In France. tho best preparation for a successful )$ pin. will leave llluefield daily at 6 joa m, T. C. ALL. Leave llluefield 6301m aud 9 00 p m daily for and in all tliegreattrain-inIt is said that the number of pcoplo PRTER IIAt.MKR. Kenova and Columbus, O . Chicago and all points who die inside the city limits of LonIS PHILLIPS. stables nctivity ranging in degreo Ieepr on 9 00 p m train tor Co West. Pullman J. E. IIRUCE. don every year would till a cemetery of limb us. from essential exercise to actual work is 1 rains ar'tve at Norton Irom the Kast dally at twenty-thre- e acres. tho rule. The views printed below re11 o a m. London has only ono death per year cently nppenred in n farm paper and aro In furtherlnfotmation as to schedules rateji Ac, Jpply to agents of Norfolk Western Rail: : where it used to have four. The great quite pugnacious and will fight among interesting as an exposition of n farmer's road W.ll.IIKVILL, MYEHS HOUSE falling oft in mortality Is duo to the themselves and might possibly drivo idea of wintering a trotter. Gen. Pass. Agt Koanoke, Vs. drainage recently introduced. M F liRAGO.Trav. Past. Agent better The idea of starving or freezing out awny n timid dog, no dog tbut is in tho REGISTERED. QrKK.v VlCToniA. has already reached "business of sheep killing" would bo horses has long been exploded with mo BY SECOND JEWEL P. W. GREEN, Prop. and passed the ltihlical limit of man's for a moment deterred from attacking nnd must havo originated with somo : ngo; she Is in the Hovonty- - fourth year of n Dorset owe, or ram either, for that ono who was so confoundedly mean that This stable, which Is run n connection with the year of hor matter. her ago and the fifty-sixt-h This fancy saddle Million will icaVe the season Myers House, has been supplied with ho grudged tho horses tho grain necesAT OTTENHEI1YI. (table mite Crura Mlllcdgeville, reign. Dorset is emphatically n dairy sary for them to retain their stamina. of 1S4 at our Ky. '4on the Manlord ami Mil- Tho Lincoln county, Beginning on the 1st Mondiiy 111 Mitrcll, A Now Lot of Horses, Carriages, Dur.iNO last year the underground breed ami has tho milk, form and udder ll. (Urn,, an tha ..-...- . f .......... My idea of wintering a trotter is to turn t.l..-ui- ll ifsili and on each first Monday thereafter, a Mock Buggies, Wagons, railway of London carried M,?S9,855 nnd is very linblo to bo quito thin nnd him into a lnrge, roomy box, first hav- we will stand him M.rtai will lii hlt at Olt.tihum for the sale passengers, and earned 009,OC'J. This fiat just back of tho shoulders. Many ing prepared him by taking off tha At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. ol Hones, Cuttle, Sheep and Hogs Poisons hav- rtUw ruuimct'i Supplies and Is better than eves ing ttock to sell or those wishing to buy are invitwas a million fewer passengers than importers and breeders teem to pay no clothes ho has been wearing, putting stupply the public with prcpaie, will be no charge to anywhen carried during 1S1U, a falling off at- attention to this breed failing. Wo JJighter ones on, removing them so that Monty due grated the colt coses or mire parted ed to attend. There WM LANDi;RAKIf, body. IUQS OK ALL, KINDS. or r.ititt reasonable prices. with Mare uiicunciiu, ry. tributed to the depression in trade. ho may get a good, thick coating of hair Not responsible lor accidents should any occur weio nuiong tho first importers of Personal and promptatlcntion givento Weddings red snrrel, Haxy inano Gilt hdge is a The lakes of Switzerland nro great nnd seeing their defect wero very that will protect him better thnn artiPortland. Patties and llurlals. luuils 3 inches nigh; was settling beds for glacier mud. livery particular to buy from flocks ns free as ficial application of blankets his shoes and tail, is is a f crfect saddle horse. loalcel sept, Sin Francisco P. W. OREKN, 6, tSSt and (Jilt Edge was showed as a 3 year.cld and took AI.llUKNS, Manajer. ono has a gray river flowing into its possible from it. It was in this point pulled off, of course. Proprietor Dan premium at Kirksvlllc the upper end, a blue river leaving it nt that our stock ram was very strong, Adjoining this box let thero bo a yard villesweepstake own ting at Harrodsburg an Those A and in his tho other. Eleven miles of the head of which gave him nn easy first prizo over well littered with straw, nnd every day who want to breed to a goou saddle stallion me been filled up with Royal Windsor when shown in compe- that is not too stormy give him tho run coidially invited toloolcat our hoi se and see biro Lake Geneva have ltnll-1- . move -.- .VIA the gray glacier grit of the Rhone. by Cunning, lie tition with him in Detroit. Being in of tho yard for several hours. Havo tho ham's was sired by Ncond Jewel, heDenmark. old Washington Jewel, he tho early lamb trade, wo havo always best of timothy cut when tho seed is just BEEPER'S VIEEKJY Mis nrst dam Minnie by McDonald's llalcorn. HASH AND REHASH. forming and when tho bloom is entirely Ncolid am by Wells' Crusader, hit istdam by Bont to tho shambles nil but our choicest IllUHll'Iltttl. There nre sixteen cremation socie- lambs and in this way havo kept very off, well cured, but not exjosed to the Stone .vail Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, he by Illack Denmark, hit 1st dam by Crusader, ties or incorporated companies in the froo from their failing. Wo hnvo also sun nnd air till half of its nutritious he by Old Whip, ad dam a Rocky Mountain mate United States. Harper's Wrekly is beyond all question the leadMADISON SANDIDOB & SON, cared for and fed our flocks ns nearly qualities havo been wasted. (D) loMisviut HtwAiomiCHiCAeojir: ing journal in Amerlia, In Its splendid Ilium, Mississippi has just passed a law liko tho English method as possible, Have a largo mnnger in which the Milledgevillc, Ky tions, ill Its corps ot distinguished ctintnl uturs, conferring the right of suffrage on all but still our owes in store condition will horso enn turn this hay over, selecting and in its vast army ol readers In special lines, PTJLLMANSA1TD It draws on tho highest order of talent, the men home holders without regard to sex. not nverngo 150 pounds. Somo will tho part of it that suits him best; but if best fitted by pttitien and training to tJrxt the New Yeah (January 1) will happen weigh that, but they will not nverngo it. good and projwrly cured all will boeaten. PAEL0E CAES. leading trpus ot the day. In fiction, the most KpuUr contrioute to lis lolumns. This manger should tako up tho wholo on Sunday but once during1 tho century; Dorset breeders uro not alono in exONLY I INK FROM I.Ol ISVILLK Superb drawings by tht luremwt artists illustrate that will be in lb99. travagant claims for their stock, al- end of tho box, high enough that in rollIts spectxl aiticles, its stories, and every nnulle The following excellently bred Jacks will make RUNNING - DINING - CARS. event of publn interest, It conta ns portraits of The diadem of the Russian Empress though 1 must ndmit, ns I hnve read ing thero will bo no danger of getting the distinguished men and women who art mak of 1U94 Anna contains 2,530 large diamonds sonio of their advertisements, I thought into it; built perpendicularly, so that if the season pike at my place on the Stanford & Ing the history of the tune, while special attenLanc.it tr WRI1H TO inclined to paw while eating the kneo tion Is given to the Army and Navy, Amateur and a ruby valued at 8000,000. they wero not far from tho head of tho F. II IUCON, D P A. K J. HKFD.O PA Sperls, and Music ant! the Hums, by dlsMiguith-e- d will not hit it, as would bo thoenso where Sin .Tonx Luiihock, who once kept a list. But such practices nro roprehen-slblexperts In a word, llarpvr's Weekly comChicago, 111, Louisville, Ky. it sloped from him. In ono end of this bines the news features of the daily paper and the queen bee for fifteen years, declares nnd do much injury, not only to the luacsnnc bought at noted Jack that Denver. artistlr and literary qualities id the review that the test proves that tho eggs were tho breed overpraised, but to tho wholo niangorseta porcelain lined feed trough, The sale for $i,SOo, was rd l'rlnce, Levi by Jd St. Paul. with ths solid critical character ef by lie ns fertilo nt that agu as they were livo stock industry. It is better by fnr or in lieu of that a common cast iron Pilncc, he by Imp Prince 1st dam1 Daisy ty HARPER'S PKRIODICALS. Dixie, twelve years before. to tell tho truth nnd only tho truth, nnd kcttlo that will hold two or three pail- Nellie he hy'lrvinc' Ditirby Klckapoo, adby dam Per Year. Gray bv Lord Wellington; 3d dam Jim From Arizona for three years past if customers nro disappointed on receipt fuls. ill serve jennets at Jis I r jack and Jjo l'orttr Harper's Magarine ...... .. Givo him at intervals three feeds a tiny lor jennet colts slid will also sirve a it co lias como the earliest car load of Amer- of stock havo them find stock better GOURlER-dOURNA- L Harper's Weekly 4 00 ican raisins shipped east. The season thnn expected, not worso. Another of good oats, every other iliy-- substitutHarper's IVsxr . .... SCO ing a few ears of sound old corn. Tho Limited Number of Mares at $10. is ahead of that of southern Cali- thing that works great harm is tho soilthere .. Hsrper's ouHg People 4 CO fornia and the atmosphere is peculiarly ing us breeders of nil stock raised. dent varieties nro tho best. Tho amount Is a ten pagu eight column democratic newspaper IVtag Fiee la all in the United .Will also stand ... It contains the xt f everything going HENSlates, Canada, and MriKe suited to curing raisins. When a lamb can bo sold ns a breeder will dej)end on this feizo of tho fat formRY WATTEHdON Is the nlitn A pinole match requires from too groat ing qualities, but from six to ei'ht 2 for $10 even, the temptation is to of a grain of phosphorus for its for many to resist it, when it would bo quarts of oats daily, or its equivalent in The Volumes ofthe Weekly Ugln lth the tra PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. At Kight Dollars. Number far January ol each yrr Wkcti no tine production, yet the consumption of very much bettor for tho breed nnd for other feed, will generally lw found sufInsure all colls till four months oM Lieu The WEEKLY COUKIEINjOl'RN'AI. makes is mrntoned, subscriptions will begin with the When mares or very liberal terms to agenfe, and matches is so largo that it is estimated tho breeder if nil such wero sent to tho ficient, tho qunntity of hay to be un- jeunetstill season money is paid before the gives tree pre- Number current at the time uf receipt ef ordtr are lloutd Volume, ofthe paper and club that the total of 1,200 tons is less than mutton market and only the best sold limited, so that the stomach will be ascertained traded or removed insurance lact Is miums for PremiumSample copies sent free to any years act, in neatof Harper's Weeklybe for thret I foal, is at to belrg cloth binding, will sent by Supplement four page and makes season money due filled, restoring the muscular jwwtT in the amount consumed in Europe in as breeders. mail, pottage paid, or by express free of expense Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but address. Write lo provided toe freight does not escccd one doila r their manufacture. About ono year ngo n gentlemnn in that organ which may havo been im- not responsible should any occur. L Thanking our customers lor CO. per volume , lor J? On per volume (loth Cast-- lor each volume, suitable fnr bind, this state to whom I had previously sold paired in tho preparation for sweats and solicit a continuance of same. their past favors we ThoCOURIER-JOURNAVARIED AND INTERESTING. ing, wilt l sent by mail post paid, on receipt of KY. somo Dorsets npplied for prices on somo races tho preceding summer. H L. 11UM1LE. Si 00 each. Onco or twico a week givo a bran New York is the third largest city breeding owes in lnmb. I named what The Remittance should be made by Pott cfTlct Mon6 Lancaster, Ky Order In the world, London being the largest I thought a fair price, bnt he said ho mash and plnco n box containing salt Semi - Weekly Interior Journal, eyAddress or Draft, toavoid chime of lost New IIAKPKR .V AKOTIII.KS. within reach. Through tho winter and Paris second. York. could buy of another breeder, whoso adAnd The chango tho feed by giving cut feed, carPennsylvania spent 402,023.90 for vertisement ho showed me, for considerthe care and treatment of the indigent ably less, and from tho claims of the rots, wheat, rye, barley, meal, etc., nnd Courier-Journ- al : HIM. asylums advertisement it could not bo but they as tho spring comes on n little oilmenl, insane in her Will be sent one car to any address (or SS 7C. during tho year ending November 80, wero as good if not hotter than mine. flax or sunflower Beeds will assist in HHGEZINE. W. P WALTON, Address, 1893. A few weevs after ho enmo again, nnd shedding tho old coat and producing a S3 Sttnford, Ky llluNtrivtotl. Wlnlierol the Jjoo Slake at Lexington. TnEold Lincoln homestead in Larue I let him hnvo only half tho number soft, shiny new ono to tako its place. Ho should bo watered threo times n county, Ky., has been bought bj-- a wnnted. After ho had them selected Wfnner of Sweepstake Premium at Lexington. syndicate of Kentuckians, who will nnd paid for he said ho had been to ecu day, tho litter in the box shaken up and Winner of Aged Premium and Sweepstakes at Harper's Magajint for S)4 will maintain Ike character that has made it tha favorite Illustrated convert it into a park and present it to the sheop of tho other breeder, and ho all tho soiled portions thrown out onco u Paris. periodical far the home Among lit resnlts of (a stamp) any reader the government. would rather pay the price I askod for day. No grooming will bo needed if enterprises undertaken by the publishes, thero at Versailles, Won Second Monty In plenty of clean straw is kept in his yard appear during the year superbly Illustrated will The governor and executive council tniuo thnn to pay a quarter ns much for of Tin: I NTKRIOR papers on India br Edwin Ivorsi Weeks, on the Won Third Money In Joo Stakes at Nicholas-vlllof Massachusetts have abolished the the others. In sheop breeding, ns in nnd box, und for this much of tho year, Japanese Seasons ny Allre.1 Parsons, on Otrmany Journal can have a by Poultncy Illgelow, on Paris by Itlchard Harsystem of Thanksgiving day pardons everything oleo, it pays in tho end to at least, ho will bo exempt from the tording Davis, andoo Mexico by Frederic RemingWon Fourth Money in $joo Stakes at Stanford. ;for life convicts at Charleston prison. "stick to the truth." J. S. Woodward ture to a thin skinned horse of cursample copy, of The ton, rycomb nnd brush. Men pardoned hereafter will leave tho in Rural New Yorker. Among the other notable features of tht year Won the Jioo Consolation Purse at Danrille. Southern Magazine will be novels by Gcoigt du Maurier and Charles In tho temperature of this box wo Kagle Bird is a beautiful brown with small star, prison quietly and none of the other Dudley Warner, tht personal rcmlnisctlices of know of no better rulo to observe thnn stands over 16 hands high, has flowing inane ind by dropping a line to convicts will be aware of their good W. D. Howellt and eight short stories ol WesGive the Cows Plenty of Water. tern Ironner life by Owen Mster Short stories that, uf ter proper precautions havo been heavy fortune. its publishers at Cowill also be contributed by Ilrarder Matthews, tail. If you hnvo neither roots nor ensilage, tnken for thorough ventilation, it may can be vary such Accidents to Rlchsid Harding Davis, Mary L Wilkins, Kuth as Eagle lilrd was sired by the great King .Kagle, lumbia McLnery Stuart. Mtsa Laurence Alma ladema, easily prevented by laying upon tho possiblo to food as you havo as much Lo be inado so close as to exclude the outer get tho best results, and Oeorge A. Illbbard, Quetdsy dt lleaurepairt, than 40 lllue Ties. nir. If this is done by building a hollow winner of carpet by the side of the Thomas Nelson Page, ami othsrs. Articles on Louisville Ky., and First dam by Star Eagle, ion of Cabbcli't Lex iron, zinc euro tho cows have all the water they brick wall or a wooden ono, tho aim will topics ol current interest will be contributed by beds strips of sheet-metwish. If you havo any doubts obont the be reached. Wo havo seen stables built ington; and dam; by Hamlet Denmark, aoa of distinguished specialists. can obtain a club rate or copper so wide and long that when they put their feet upon them the cold- lntter fact, tako a pailful and try them of logs that wero ns good, and horses Washington Denmark; 3rd dam by Harris' Den HARPER'S PERIODICAL. on the Magazine and Per Year: ness felt will wako them thoroughly. ono by ono after they nro in tho stanch wintered in them as well, as when this paper by adson of Miller's Denmark, ions. Wo miss our guess if you do not thousands of dollars had been lavished mark, Harper's Msgatint $4 00 Harpor's Weekly GUN AND SABER. find ono that will take from two to five to rear u structure that has all tho ap4(0 Eagle Ilird will stand the season of lSo, at my dressing the publishHarper's Utiar . 4 co pailfuls beforo sho has all sbo wants. pliances of modern times to inako us farm two miles West of Stanford, on the Shelby s The engine of a Harper's Young People. er of The Intkkior ... a 00 inmates comfoi table. Wo do not mean City pike, costs nearly 8700,000. Postage tee to all subscribers in tht United Live Stock Point. States, Canada and Mexico. Journal. by this remark to bo understood that wo The llritish ironclad Vulcan must be Tho collected of many find fault with tho taste displayed by a monster, if its rudder be token as a shows that coin cutexperienco 1 he Volumes ol the Magaxine Ucin with the rOL'U FUTURE in thoglnzing stage, our wealthy men in building fiuo barns At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. Numbers ol June and December ot each vear. criterion. That useful adjunct weighs stalks and ears together, is tho best to When no Hint is mentioned, will bennd stables. They nro not only a great twenty-twtons. bo packed n way for ensilage. Thostnlks gin wilt tht Number curreent at the time of the required when the fact receipt of order. Hound Vols of Harper's Cait. Jacoii Siiuiian, who died late- do best cut in short pieces, too, not more ornament to a fiuo villa or city residence, Money or cash note will be fnr three years back, in neat cloth bindbut they nro 60 ccmfortablo for the is ascertained. ly at Sedalia, Mo., served in the Mex- than a hand's length. ing, will Im sent by mail, iot.paid, on receipt horses and so handy for those who havo Eaglo ilird is one cl the grandest show horses in ican war and the civil wnr. He reo(Sj per volume Cloth Cases, lor binding, 50 . jTII Kw The medium sized Dent corn has a them in charge that to ono who had Kentucky. Monte Cristo, his uncle, is the only cents ra - by mall, ceived twelve wounds by minio balls. Keiuitlancvs should be made by Post oflice high nutritive vnluo for ensilage. Sor- been accustomed to tho best half n Recent returns show that the whole ghum Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance ol loss hore shown in the lllue Grass Circuit, that he did ZM- makes perhaps tho richest ensilago century ago tho chango would bo marI? I Address HARI'FR A IIROTHfcR-- ) New 1 of horses and mules possessed number not defeat. He could be relied upon to make a York green longer, so that velous. by the llritish army is within a few of of nil, and it stays so early, but it must For a country plnco or farm thero is gallant snow whenever called upon and always twenty-sevethousand. The cavalry it need not bo cut bo fed with somo caution at first. nothiuc that adds more of a homo look finished as game as a race horse, although tooie 1 AmKcS1 r regiments have rather more than lfetO-l- . Green clover makes good silngo nnd than good outbuildings, and wo would ol the "knowing ones'1 pronounced him no good twelve thousand. good colored havo th horso barn not too fnr distant As a breeder of fine, There has been invented what is contains nioro protein thnn corn. havo : BEZEE called a disappearing gun carriage. Franco wns tho first country to dis- from tho house in fact, wo would be as colts, he is not surpassed by any horse in Kenit so near that, let tho weather The gun can bo raised to tho proper cover tho vnluo of ensilngo. tucky. lUuHtnitoel. rough as it might, thero would bo no level to fire a shot, and immediately If your ewes refuso to own their dread of going from ono to tho other. It Mares from a distance will bo furnished grass after dlsclmrging disappears from lambs, tio them up for n few days and alter May 1st at $1.50 per month, and must be paid o Harper's Ilara is a journal lor the home, It Bhonld bo n prominent feature in the sight for reloading. gives the fullest and latest information about feed and water thorn well; then they mado up of tho dwelling, lawn, or- at the removal of marts. Care taken to prevent Fashions; and its numerous Illustrations, Pans deFRESH SPROUTS OF EXPERIENCE will como round. signs, and psllerli sheet supplement aro indlspeti-sabl- e chard und paddocks, whero tho matrons accidents and escapes, but not responsible should alike to the home and the g any occur. going to somo colonies IS IN YOUK OWN IIAND. modiste. No capclic is spared to make In bright wecther plants cry for air of If you nrospring or sell yon aro going of tho stud and thoir offspring ao bees tliis Palmistry ownme. to tell what the line In yont Its artistic attractive if themselves. of It., highest order Parting with or removal ol mares forfeits the in. und water. hand Indicate It will amurc )ou,l( uolhlni; more. Its bright storw, amusing comcdiea, and thoughtto buy any, seo that they reach their If not The abmc lap in almost explaina ltstlf Tha ful e says satisly all ta.les, and Its last page la Next to woodalRi the form of pot- destination beforo cold weather cuds; shelter itnaturally protected, wo would surao.ee. with belts of trees, evergreen length of the I.I.NH UP LIFE indicate probable as nudget of Will also stand a fine mule Ja k at $7 to inaure a ace to which you will lite. Each 1IRAC KLKT ly Issues aeverything wit and humor In its weekash most suitable for mucky soil is otherwise you may hnvo is included which is ol Intertrouble. and deciduous. To sum up, wo would living colt, irivea you thirty years. Well marked LINK UP est to women Kainit. The Serials lor iSUa will be writ, look as if its inmates were just HEAD denotes brain potter : clear LINK UP ten by William Illack and Walter lleaint, Short have it K. P. WOODS, Breeders who denl with largo numGive Roston iytwket lettuce time FORTUNE, fame or riches, combined meat, written by Mary E Wilkins, Stanlord, Ky. success in life, bnt youmu.t lloth up with modirn stories will bdRuth Mchnery Muart, Marion Marin keen enough and you etui grow lino solid bers of sheep should always havo in the as well taken enro of ns those in tho 5 Louise Pool, Ideas to win It. You will find plenty of there In more pretentious dwelling, and where r Eheop barn facilities for making a fire, Spoils and and others heads under glass. emorct'a Family Macizlne, so attractively pre- (James, Social Kntertaimaent, Embroidery, and horses, liko tho falcon, would havo their sented that every member of tho family Is rntir. other inlertsting topics will receive constant atA SuotEPS, No Dovirr. TIkj water either a furnnco and boiler or a stove of eye tho beautiful gratified whenover tallied It is 1 dorm magazines in tine. A CLKM( tention, A new series is promised of "Collet! and bench must how be considered a somo kind. Stones kept hot during all theyfor I LINK OF IIEAItT bespeaks Unduness; a straight Repartee.'' looked out of tho box window. the timo the lambs tiro coming, so that LINK OF FATK, peaceful life; the reverse ir ecesmry greenhouse equipment. It HAMPER'S PKKIODIDALS. Horseman. crooked A will drflned LINK OF HEALTH a sure thing of tho prompt ger- they may be wrapped in pieces of blanmakes spares yon doctor' bills ; so will tho health bints Per Ytar. or flannel and laid close to the ket My stors waa bnrned Friday night, Feb 33. 04, in IK'inoresl'f. No other magazine pnblMits to Hsrpcr't .Magunne mination of seeds sown in flats. ..14 00 I.le Stock Point. I think robbed ol part of its contents, and for tinny inrle to Interest the home circle, You will Harper's Weekly.. anil 4 00 may le an assured chilled lambs, may Bavo" ninny a valuaA metropolitan journal tells a remark- the arrest and conviction of guilty parties I will ho subject to extremes of hlch spirits or despond, Harper's ILirar aco sheep for yon. ency If you bavo tho OIKD1.K OF VEM Swell Harper's Young People J. A. HAMMONDS. succcsh for tho greenhouse bench. Tor ble a young hen that was set on parlioo. able story of joo Hubble, Ky. marked, keep up your spirit by having Dcinorcn's I.tf crops it has not yet outgrown Whenover n horso is at rest for a few ducks. When tlw ducklings wero outdoor Postage Frc to all subscribers In the United Manrine to reid. Ily saliKriblnp to It for ltOI you will receive a zillerr of exquisite works of art States, Canada and Mexico. tho experimental stage. Many diff- weeks, pull off bin shoes and let his foot bntched, they took naturully to swimpicture. of great valne, besides the rn)rrb premium iculties and disadvantage nre gradual- rest too. ming in the brook, nnd tho hen watched 17x3J Inched, " I'm a I)al?y I" which Is almwl a real ly coming to light. baby, and cqnal to tho original oil painting which The volume ol tht Ilorar begin with the (ins qnnrts of oats with two or three them from tho shoro. Ever after that, Two JO. and yoo will bavo a magazine that cannot roal Number for lanuarv ol each vear. When no time SURGEON DENTIST oars of corn und nil tho hay ho wants when set on her own kind of eggs, tho be equilcd by any In tho world for its bcniulfr ,is ruentioaed, subscripts will begin with the PERSONALS. an I subject that will kei inako a good ration for un idlo hor&e in hen led her chtcks to the water and tried Office ovsr McKobetts Drug Store in the ne illnctrat onson all tho topic matlir, day, and all tha Muster current at me time ut receipt ol order. you puind of the Hound Volumes ol Harper's llaiar for thrto Owsley Iluildlug. Mary Anderson Navarro is still at tho winter. to forco them in. Wo will bet an ounco 'ads, and different Items of Interest about the years back, in neat tloh biudlug, will be sent by Stanford. household, besides funilfblnz Interesting reading nail, postage paid or by eipress, free of expense work on her nenioirs and promises to of hor&e mediciuo to a quart of chicken For n horso tbnt rubs its tail tho folmatter, both grain and gay, for the whole family ; 'provided the freight does not ricevd one dollar have them ready for tlw publisher in lowing cure is recommended: Half an i eed that this story is not true. and while Demorest's Is tint a fashion mscozlns, per volume), for $7 00 pei volumt. 'tit fashion piers nro perfect, and yon Ret with It, tho spring. Cloth Caves for each volume, suitable for bindTo get tlw best results from straw and ounco of Fowler's solutiou of arsenic fn e of all the patterns you wish to use during ing, will bo sent by mail, on receipt of Courtney- and Rebecca three times a day Thomas the year, and In any size yon choose. Send In $1 00 each. for a week. Waih fodder as feed, they should bo run your subscription at once, only (J CO, and you will Fruit3 Stivers, of Crawfordsville, Ind., around tho root of tho tnil nnd apply through u cutter, then steamed or moisMonRemittance should bo made by really L'i't over $2S 00 in value. Address the pub. ey Order or Lave just married each other for tho tho following: Sugar of lend, 1 onnco; tened and mixed with grain or roots. Ky. Dralt, to avoid chance f lota Miner. W. Jennings Demortst, IS Kast 14th St., Address: HARPER & HKOTHLRS, New third time, whlclt, of court, has neces- glycerin, 0 ounces; dilute ncetic acid, You can make a considorublo saving of New York. If you are unacquainted with the York. Magazine, send for a specimen copy. A larpeQUAD-ItN(!I.sitated two divorces. hay by preparing cornstalk fodder nnd Practical CAEPET WEAVEB, 1 ounce; water to inuko a pint. means honesty! a large TRIANOLR, generosity: long FIRST DIVISION OF THUMll, The Duke of Fife started llfo with Has lately purchased the celebrated Btraw in this ay. For n track horse's foot in winter strong will; LONO SFX'OND DIVISION, reason-Inan enormous fortune, to which he has faculty. The MOUNT OF JUPITER betokens DR. W. B. Tuko the papers yourself and seo what Newcomb Fly Shuttle Loom, smbltlon ; that of SATURN, prudence : the MJN, steadily added. Everything that he nothing is better than cold water to rethe animals you want to sell nre bringlove of splendor: MARS, courage; MOON, ImaginaIt may touches Beems to turn to gold. Stock lievo a fovored condition. do all kinds of Carpet and Kug VENUS, love of pleasure j and MBKCURY, Don't bo a in a London trust company, purchased either bo sprayed upon tho hoof from a ing in tho city markets.rascally dealer And is prepared to weaving on Shawls, Mufliars, tion : Weaving, Fancy Intelligence. Take our advice aa above and yon chump and let every Office Sooth Bids Main St., In oflice recently III be sure to possess the tut and most Htc. Call and examine my work. I guarantee alombU by him some years ago at 30 a share, hose or tho foot mny bo freqnently nnd vacated by Dr. Lee F, Huffman, Stanford, Ky. ..- .vtallty. work at low prices. pluck you. r freely wnshed with wet sponges. is sow quoted at 9,000 a share. e T"n OF EUROPE. Genkta 1ms a watch school. Tin: annual consumption of wine In ECHOES THE TRUTH ABOUT DORSETS. Merits imtl Defect. Dorsets nro good enough if only tho troth bo told of them, but when they aro represented ns weighing, tho owes In fair store condition, from 150 to 200 pounds and tho rams from 200 to 250 pounds it is simply nntrue, nnd tho purchaser will bo grievously disappointed when ho receives them. Tho cluuu also that they nro "dog proof" is entirely absurd nnd untrue. Whilo they nro THE FAHMER'S TROTTER IN WINTER. Kier-cit- e IDremler IVrltri or the. Horned Sheep's Give Him n Iloz Stall and a Vitrei to NW f t. NotiolkiWesternRR 19, 1S93 POSTISD. This nstico forcwarna hunters, fishermen and others not to trespass on our lands without pet mission, as all siuh will be prosecuted to the ful tit extentof tht law. Slirned. Schedule Nov. 1 11 g GILT EDGE 861. 48. STOCK MAEKET LITTERY ST ABX.X n -- FIRST-GLAS- S Dor-set- a, 1 World's Fair Record. CHICAGO j 1 113HD Jacks For Service. JOE BLACKBTJE1T, story-write- o Hub-ble- 's THE WEEKLY Otlior.Goocl Mule Jacks I s Post-offic- woll-managc- d EfffiLE BIRD. Weekly BEEPER'S For Two Cents I Jjooi-take- s e. sleep-walke- rs Building, sleep-walker-s' ms-r- al first-clas- man-of-w- ar I o UJW3 V . a nt Mag-atm- c h- poot-pai- r. n jf high-style- BEEPER'S plo-tur- sun-uin- dress-mak- al at-s- s (I I liar-lan- d, Out-doo- $100 REWAUD Sith-ihrioati- M 4SBb a. s. price:, "V - Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, co-- t, post-pai- Post-offic- e e PENN7 Dentist. first-clas- s 86-3- 0) Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Garden seeds at A. A. Warten's. Kabtkh presents at'Danks, the oler. Warren's. jaw- - Hi i A.B.ROBERTSON Stanford, Ky., - Maiicii 23, 1894 E. C. WALL y. : Walton, MEANS Business Manager BUSINESS. Best N. Y. cream cheese at A. A. Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. My stock is sure to please you in PAPER Savk money, timo and labor by using tho vapor stove. W. H. Wearen & Oo. am now receiving a full lino of spring suitings. Call and see them. II. 0. Ru-ple- & BROi, !H Boy your school books and school supplies o( all kinds at A. It. Penny's. Watciiks, clocks and jewelry repaired and warranted. Engraving a specialty, at A. K. Penny's. Thk largest stock of Drugs, Medicines, Porlumory, Paints arid Wall Paper at A. It. Penny's. Prescriptions a specialty. SrKctAb Notick. Henry and Sam Ly ons of Danville, Ky, oiler their business (of 28 years standing) for sale. Possession given September 1st 1891, in ample time for tho fall and winter trade. This is grand opportunity to engago in one of tho oldest and best established business in Contral Ky. Address Henry & Sam " Lyons, Danville. PERSONALPOINTST I IH DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. A full stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Jcbt received n new and nice lot of nishes, &c. spring clothing for boys. S. II. Shanks. Call and see , Alabastine, Var- HATTS TTOITB REFilXRiarG Before Spring Cleaning. 3QQHTE Don't forget us whn you want bargains in Dry Goods, Shoes or Clothing. B F. Jones & Son. A Coolky Creamer will double the product with ono fourth tho labor over & Hartho old system. See it at Fan-i- A. H. PElTiq"S", Druggist. din's. Don't fail to eee it. Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. 4 Wc have just added two new lines of goods to our already extcn sive variety. These are Mit. J. S. Hihihko la finite Bick. Muss lis V. It. Colsmak and Mack Roj-alt- y, For Rent. Houso that I lived in, adof Casoy, were in town Wednesday. joining' Mrs. Fannie' Green's. Mrs. MaMns. L. M. Lasley and little John ry Engleman, Hubble, or J. II. Eugle-ma- n, m Our Easter dow is full of novelties of tho season and at prices beyond competition. Danks, the jeweler. win- Spring Session Tuesday, January 23d, 1894. Full corps orConscrvatory and Normal School teach'Ts. Superior courses in Literature, Music sad An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. fc 4 4' Job McOahty, of Williamsburg, has 7 been visiting his uncle, Mr. W. L. at Kingsvillo. Mn. Thomas M. Worcester, of Cincinnati, is visiting relatives at tho Harris House, Crnb Orchard. AND- Mrs John H. Kiriiy, of GarrarJ, is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. VandetM r, this week. (JiiAkLiK Cunn lias returned from a visit to his mother at Williamsburg. He uii'l ihu trip from that point on horseback. .Miss Allik Axdkrso.v, who is makinc her homo nt Mr. H. 0. Rupley's, is spending a few days with relatives at Kubanks. Mu. J. H.IVaniiook, wife and children passed down Tuesday to hip farm recentThese arc proving very attractive to our Boyle trade and we ly purchased near Parksville. Here's think will be equally so to our Lincoln customers. The dresses arc looking nt you Grainger Vanhook. Miss Ciiabtini: Macgrkoor will entermade of the best materials, in the best manner and prettier styles than tain on Monday evening from S to 10 in ever before seen here. Sixes from infants' long dresses to sizes for six honor of Miss Ellon Owsley, of Lancasyears old. Prices 89c to S6.75. Gowns nicely trimmed 50c to $1.25. ter, and Mifses Kellar aud Bowen. Louisvilio Times. Skirts 45c to 51.25. Drawers 25c, 30c and upwards. Miss Annik Alcorn seems now to be out of danger. Four days her lifo hung in tho balance, and thanks to earnest prayers and faithful nursing, it turned in her favor, to tho joy of her friends. Mc-Cart- y, Children's Ready Mae lull yesterday to visit relatives in Hop-kinsvill- Stanford. Dresses Dr. W. B. O'Bannon is breaking dirt for a handsome two-stor- y residence on his lot on Lancaster Street opposite Dr. S. G. Hocker's. Tills and Mr. A. R. Penny's pretty cottago which is just complete! will materially help the appearance of Lancaster St reet. Easter Presents Are on exhibition in the window of '4 h The little town of Burgin is mad at Harrodsburg and wants to get out of the county in which that city is located. Ono man is said 10 have agreed to give $200 towards getting the Burgin end 0' DANKS, Don't fail : The : Jeweler. Ladies' Muslin Underwear. to examine our goods when passing and you will find our stock the most complete and our Mercer attached to Boyle county and thero ore others who aro almost as anxious. PRICES BEYOND COMPETITION. Ivan Fish, night man at the depot, is a lucky young man indeed. After tho pay train canio the other day he camo down town to attend to some business and several hours afterwards found that ho had lost his wad of $40. He at once retraced his steps and found the money on tho floor in Wearen & Co's store. Jos-op- CARPETS! I have added to my business a line of i i h The We3t Endera well remember Solomon, the "sheap clodings" man, who left Hustonvillo under the hallucination that somebody was trying to kill From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match him. Recent inquiry developed the fact without was?e. If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it that he went to Carrollton and set up shop there, but his mania further devel- here in two days. CARPET - SAMPLES, H. CITY AND VICINITY. Balkd hay for sale, W. II. HigginB. oping he was finally tried on a writ do luuatico inquirendo and sent to the asylum. Tub general secretary of the Rome, Ga., Y. M. 0. A. has this to say about tho Dewey Heywood Concert Co., which will appear at Walton's Opera Every Houso Monday night, 2Gtb: member of the Dewey Heywood Company is an artist of rare merit, and tho Company is worthy of the confidence and patronage of tho associations throughout the country. I write tho above with a desire to recommend, so far as I may, s and high a refined, chaste, class concert company. One of tho few traveling that everybody wishes to hear again after onco listening to their elevating entertainment." first-clas- J. McROBERTS, YOUR a Such a great line of silks as wc arc now showing has never been Hand corn planters at W. II. Hlg- gins' seen in Central Kentucky. While timid merchants arc buying small stocks, wc have taken advantage of low prices East and bought a big Try our new vapor stoves. W. H. Wearen & Co. line of new and stylish silks at much less than value. Wc have the Sek Mr. P T. Courts' Easter stock of things people want and have them at the right prices, consequently millinery. wc are selling them. Wc give you an outline only of what we have New straight and mixed pickles at A. in Dress Silks: A. Warron'B. 25c. Ten pieces all Silk Printed China Silks. 45c. Twenty pairs genuine "Kike" Wash Silks. 50c. - Hands and Eeet Must Tdo Easter novelties Mrs. P. T. Courts. toes for the little ones at - Protected. Our Stock of f Ten pieces 24-inc- h gjx pcccs Check Taffetas. 32-inc- printed Twilled and Changeable Chinas. 50c. Ten pieces best "Swivel" Silks. New York seed sweet and Irish at W. II. Brady's. poja- printed China Silks. h pure Jap. Silk in Plaids, Stripes & figures. Ten pieces 69c. Last year were $1.25. Si. Fifteen pieces Brocaded and Printed Taffetas. Liberty Satins, Swivel Surahs, Chinas, &c. Si. 25. Thirty pieces of the very newest ideas in fine stripe and figured Taffetas Silks. All the latest colors, both dark and light. 80c. Seven pieces beautiful black Brocaded Taffeta Silks. Cool, Light and durable Moire in full line of colors, Coc yard. Black Moire Satin-strip- e Moire, Moire Antique, "Bayadere" Moire, Satin stripe Moire, Si to S2.25 yard. Satins in black all colors at 75c, Soc, Si and Si. 25. 65c Eight pieces h Oliver chilled plow points, threo for ?l, at W. II. Wearen A Co.'s. m m What we want todo is to lurnish you this. 27-inc- family. Wanted. A good farm hand with J. E. Bruce, Stanford. Hues, hooks and fishing tackle generally at W. B. McRobertB. Jointkd rods, Look at our Easter window. There is something you want. Danks, the jeweler. Anotueh now lot of Trunks at il.'Jo, , $2.03 aud S3 '25, large size and all zinc. B. F. Jones it Son. f2.-J5- Skkoik now Birthstono Rings in the Easter window. Prettiest thing out for a present. Danks tho Jowelor. Madeline I'ollard laay win her case, If she does sho'll doubtless give thanks. But the best Easter Bargains exist we'll state In the window of Jeweler Danks, DXUBSS ojnfiTics v &rr s KJP -38-inc- A circular signed "Common Sense and High License" is creating a great deal of comment. It is an argument in favor of high license as a more effective method of dealing with the whisky problem than prohibition. Its eflect seems to he recognized by tho prohibitionists, and in order to; counteract it, Rev. Arnold announced at the court house on Wednesday night ttiat he was authorized by tho Rev. Young to challenge the author of that libel on common sense to Tho writer, ho a joint debate said, was evidently out for the stub", bo ho added that SlOJwoulilJbo given him if ho would confess the 'authorship and attempt to defend his statements before a public assembly. Ladies9, Children's, Misses' Oxfords M Are Arriving Daily. rl Kid Gloves ! Si. So New Stock in the New Shades and Black at Si. 00, $1,25, and Si. 75. h Novelty Dress Goods at 39c. Fifteen Ten styles all wool Mixtures at 50c. Beautiful line of Novpieces silk and wool Wk do not stato it as a pieco of 'newp, effects at 85c, $1, Si. 25, Si. 50 and S2 per but a stubborn, inexorable, undeniable elty Dress Goods in latest yard. Variety of Black Goods in staples and fancy weaves, in medi- -' fact that this is Good Friday and next Sunday is Easter. um and light weight. Having engaged in other business I 40-inc- h We aro receiving our now goods daily and invito yon to call and seo us. Sample shoes and slippers next week. B. F. Jones & Son. f jit j The return of tho Hey woods next Monday night is nn event to which tho m music lovers are looking forward to with James BAKunwho lives at the Peake Newest style Capes and Jackets with the latest and most approved interest. A crowded houso ought to place not far from town, languishes in greet them. jail unable to givo oven the small bail of Percales, Henriettas, Nuns' Veiling, Javanaise Cloth, Tela-Veltrimmings. Prices anywhere from S3' to S25. Variety enough to Tins is getting to bo a a big egg ship- $100 fixed in his case. Mr. Baker reBta Ducks and every new weave and color in Dress Goods. Lancaster please all. ping point. Over 1,500 dozen wero sent under tho imputation that he has two Checks and Fancy Ginghams at 5c, a beautiful line of Dress Ginghams without having gone from to tho cities by express the other day living wives to 25c, regular bordered apron ginghams at 10c. A lot of through the formality of procuring a di- French Satteen Comforts at $2, worth S3. A lot of Blankets at half aud not a day passes that a dozen or more cases of hen fruit are not shipped, Mr. vorce from either. His story is that hia price, and all of our S12.50 and $15 Overcoats now reduced to SS.50. William Husor, tho hustling Ottenheim first wife deserted him and set up in a A good whole stock Bhady business at Danville. Some time merchant, is tho principal shipper. elapsed and ho received a letter stating Tub entertainment, musical and elo- that Bhe was dead. Not waiting to conThe daintiest wash fabric made, popular for 50 years. We are show- - cutionary, which tho Reed Sisters will firm tho truth of tbo story, ho at once led to the altar, tho biushiug grass wid- A good boys' lace Kip shoe at Si. Our ladies' shoe stock is in good jng 2j different styles in figured and all pretty. Also full line of plain givo at Walton's Opera Houso All of these made bv "Freres Koeehlin." thn 23d, ought to be largely attended for two ow, Mrs. Itedmon, upon whom he had j shape and and we defy competition in price and quality. Remember coioreu vyu'--- " reasons: It i& said to be very fine and is long looked with loving eyes. Tho wife and 40c. world. Prices boy's and youths' clothing. In this line we have a lot of finest in the for tho benefit of the local Christian En- at Danville was not dead nor even sleep- our mens' odd coats and vest at almost your own price. When in the city shopdeavor Society. Tho ladies gavo a per- ing aa the present etate of affairs attests, No trouble to show goods. formance atfiUnstonville Monday night, for it was she who institued tho criminal ping don't fail to come and examine. which is highly spoken of by the Advo- proceedings and will try to send her man cate's correspondent from that place. to the pen. a, SPRING WRAPS. Freneh Organdies. 37c have decided not to handle horses at the Will Uays track, as stated in tho last issue. T. C Yeager. After a fow nioro days shall bqvo rolled around the suspense will bo over and we will all know .whether we shall have prohibition or high license. Let it bo what it may, andjmay the Lord lot us have that which is best, but ono thing wo do hopo and that is that we may be spared tho unpleasantness of another such campaign for years to come. This election, no (matter how it goes, should sottlo tho question, If tho prohibitionist win,;then let us bo, morally, probibitionists,?but should high license bo continued, lot it go and instead of the confusion and worry wo havo had for tho past two months, let us enjoy a season of peace and for awhilo pursue the even tenor of our way. SEVERANCE & SON. BEAUTIFUL SPRING ME Nestling at the doors of our homes is the beautiful season of Spring. We must prepare our children and ourselves its balmy breezes in the open air. We are in good condition to furnish raiment for the body, shoes for the feet and coverings for the head. See our 'fl Spring Gingli ams, Sato ens, S orgs s, Si M ,1 ' 4 Fine Brogan Shoe At $1. HUGHES & TATE. i...jfiJ!i.c. t, A. Bi ROBERTSON & BRO. 's rt - j Semi-Week- ly Interior Joormb I 17 ti . R ? V. h sW lf el yp b"- - At ear Fruit Farms and Nurtetlea one mile West Stanford, Mar. 22. Ab you have so I would like to cxchxngt some of Klnffsville, Lincoln county. We have as fine a repeatedly offered tho use of space In tho stock of Fruit Trees aa any man ever handled, Published Every Tuesday and Friday in Coibln, Ky., ready lor transplanting rta orchard and garden Real AT Intkbior Journal (the teachers' friend) this Fall. Orcbarua of Apples and Peaches will Improved or unproved, for sime good Stallions Y3CA.K. IN" ADVANOB for regular contributions from those who be assorted to suit customers at $10 per hundred. anu tannic or Harness nortcs 83 JPI3U. The trees aic nice, the varieties the best. Everytf D. T. CHESTNUT, Corbin, Ky, desired to contributo Bchool matters, narWhen not so paid S2.SO wilt l charged." thing needed to mako home attractive sud the children happy will be found here. For circulars offer has not been accepted, I prowhich address J. A. MtKUE ft CO., Ky. Kingsville, tfi pose by your permission to to offer a 1). S. When Baby vra.i sick, wa pave her Castort. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. fow suRijestions occasionally, which it is When she win a Child, alio cried for GwtorU. altogether void of old stand ot J. II. Green, In At the will not bo Train naves Rowiand at 7:00 a. m., returning hoped When aho boenme ills, ahe clung to Castorl. . interested in popular edat s:op. ra. to thoso When ahe had Children, sho gfvothem CantorlA. Hustonville, - - Kentucky, L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ucation. We have opened on Depot Street a The season for taking tho enumeration Butcher Shop, where we will keep at all times the Has lust received an excellent addition to his ,. ........ 11 37 Pm Hail train going North........... best meats that the country affords. Wo will han- stock of Furniture and cordially Invites you to call IMM..M....ta3 pm for the next school year is near at hand. " South......... e Oliver snd exsmmeit. He is also fluent for dle nothing but tho best and will .......... it si pm Express train" South Chilled and Silver Steel Plows as well as repairs it it North...... ..................... .3 13 am The importance of its accuracy is appa i. In No plows estimafor SELL, CASH ONLY, tion same public thanstand higher slockthe harness .......936 am rent. In tho flrst Local Freight North,... of the these. His ol South--- .. .....-- orp m is always in order. placo, a correct report and saddles is larger than ever, lias also added Secondly, it is prop- MBggie McKee, brought 12,000 under As wo can not keep books. Our customers will a line of Buggies, Surreys and Stoves. The latter tralna alio carry patiengert. be served In the best style and we solicit the patD. S. CARI'KNTKR Th above U calculated on standard tim. Solar er that the State may be fully protected ronage ofthe public. We alo buy irood the hammer nt Lexington. ima it about ao minutes faster. aud hogs. ANDERSON CAUR .V CO., cattle and may only be required to advance (Stanford, Ky. Grove O. Kennedy sold to J. II. Kull stock of Fruit an J Omamentst Trees, Orape IS jra QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. money for educational purposes to Baughman & Co., millers, a lot of corn Vines, Asparagus, Smalla Fruits, Shrubs, and nursery establishment, usually found in only who are the real beneficia delivered at $2.10 per barrel. no agents. "e sell direct to the planter and Going North train pass Junction City ai fol those I Catalogues on application. a. P. D. RILBY.JProprletor, ries. The per capita for Kentucky publows: vesuouie sians o ra m. The owner of Harrietta, 2:09j, will II. r. lllliLr..nni mi, Florida Limited 3 p. m. Local 11:55 P. Ky, Lexington, lic schools if constantly increasing. The match her and try to win the double j a. ra. Limited au London. - -- - Kentucky. Florida demands also that her children get their South N. O. Vestibule 11:55 s I have rented the sewing room of Mrs. Kale Dud Limited it p ra Local t:i p. itn. team inter-clu- b have moved to my new Hotetlsnd am better Vestibule arrives S:4o p. m. drrar's Millinery btore, and will be ready to serve Brepared than ever to accommodate the public money's worth are also growing more ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF Tho valuation of all stock received nt the public alter March ijtb I ask a liberal share attached and every convenience deand more numerous every day. People tho Chicago Stock Yards since their esof your patronage and will guarantee satisfaction sired. Give me a call. , iu every respect. All orders before that date FRANK RILEY. 77 Falls Branch Jellico Goal Co., are beginning to take a personal inter- tablishment .is very nearly 14,000,000,-00- A will be cladlv received by Mrs. Uudderar. MISS JENNl CUNNINGHAM, est as to the proper distribution of the Miners and shippers of tbe GENUINE of Louisville Ky, revenue for educational purposes. The At Kingsville, Kentucky. Now Orleans is tho largest cotton of our State legislarecent enactments market in the world, except Liverpool, I As assignee of Glass & Johnson, I will, until JELLILO TENNKSSBt, Try it. We are the sole agents tor Stanford land- tures are having a healthful effect upon and receives over 2,000,000 bales every further notice, sell rrland. Office corner ot Depot street and railthose who heretofore have been careless year. roadcrossing. Prop. H1GGINS A WATTS. regarding such matters. Peoplo all over 6 CASH! Two doors above Always oa hand Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, COST John Russell bought of Daniel South-a- re the State yes, all over the a bunch of fat cattle at 2 Jc and Bold The stock of merchindlse at Kingsville which the only The best hotel the city fast realizing the fact that it is a duty to same party a pair of I rood mares for Glass .V Johnson assigned to roe for the benefit of Tho Nobiest and Nicest Goods? a sample room forIndrummera andKtpccia one with attention their creditors. The stock consists of Dry Goods, Can be bad In the market. Trices lower than the posterity, to future to the traveling public. Kates i. they owe to future Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Groceries, Ac $112.50. bargains. Any person lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and This Is a fine chance for The stockholders of the Danvi la and Crab Or- success of good government, to future Monroe Salisbury has purchased the desiring to bur the stock as a whole will do well examine before buying UAVIS UUUUH.KAK. THE OLD- MAIIY chard pike are requested to meet at the First Na- fireside companionship and to all that to call on me for terms. tional bank, in Stanford, on SATURDAY, APR. stallion Don Lowell, 2:20, but with abil-t- y .Ml persons indebted to the firm must come up Mrs. Kate Duddrrar, Manager. Stanford, Ky 7, 1S94, tor the purpose of electing directors for goes to make life enjoyable, to see that EDWARD ALCORN, COMMERCIAL 11LOCK to go much faster. The juice paid and settle with me. JACK BOSLEY, the ensuing year. Trustee. j.lf President. pro rata of taxation for educational purwas $4,000. SAM II. WARNACK, Pror. poses is judiciously expended. W. M. Kirby, of Bowling Green, who only a few years Blnce were Those VITAL TO MANHOOD. London, - - KENTUCKY. of saddle horses shipped a nice Co considered as competent teachers, bu' Kcntted and refurnished and in every way pre to Chicago and found a ready market at who have not seen proper to keep pace 175 to $400. pared to attend the wants of the public. atet or stanford,:ky very reasonable. with the new methods of instruction, Is now fully organised and ready for business with For Sale Cheap. Bay mare, 5 years are being laid away by competent trus- old, 15 hands high, good saddle and bugPaid up Oapitaljof - - $200,000. Dm E, 0. WEST'S NERVE AND DRAIN TKEAT tees as no longer adequate to the degy mare. Write Wm. Hay ward, Agt. L. Surplus, . MENT, b a pacific tor Hysteria, Dlzalnem, Tits, NeuU0000. ralgia, Headache, Nerroca Proetration earned bj mands of this age of progress and prac& N. R. R., London, Ky. Ilavlnr secured the services of Miss Mattle Al alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental Depression to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL len from Cincinnati aa Trimmer for this season. I Softening of Urain, canelng Insanity, miser jr. decay tical affairs. It is only thoso who by J. B. Frakes sold his farm of 370 SUCCESSOR BANK OK STANFORD, cordially invite the ladles to Inspect a carefully death, Prematura Old Age, Barrenness, Loss ot constant effort, by constant investigation s K Power In either sex, Impotency, Leucorrbosa and at selected stock ot Millinery st prices to suit the Now closing up) with the samt assets and undst acres' in Fayette county, on Little Female Weaknesses, Involuntary Lowes, 5 i--J times. jThe ladles arc Invited to se my nice, new feMsV of modern principles and their applicains same management. caused by of brain, line of Stamped Linen and Embroidery Materia creek to Jaa. A. Wbitsitt, for $18,. By provisions of lis chatter, depositors are as A month's treatment, f L tion that are in demand. Life is far too M1SSLICCIK IlEAZLKY, fully protected as are depositors in National 0 for W, by mail. With each order for 6 boxes, wltt 547 a fraction over $50 per acre. Stanford, Ky, I Banks, ita shareholders bting held Individually 16 will send written guarantee to refund If cot cured short, with the modern appliances of the county, have tiaole to the extent of the amount of their stock auarantteUsroedbyairent. WEST'S LIVKK FILLS Pace&Tevis, of this therein at the par value thereof, in addition to the cures Sick Headache, lSillousneM, Liver Complaint school room, to admit of unnecessary debought in this county 1,000 lambs to be amount invested In such shares. It may act as Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia and Constipation. lay. These principles and their applicaas GUARANTEES Issued only by delivered from tho 18th of may to Jan- executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully an individual. tions, which only a few years ago it reto To Ky. quired year after year to master, are now uary 1st, at 5 cents. Winchester Demo- while those who entrusted their bulslnessBank ui A. II. PENNY, of mnaglng the Lincoln National crat. McKINNEY, KY. Stanford, we wa here tender our many thanks and so plain and simple by the use of made their business they will Fon Sale. Two nice Duroc Red trust us. offerlnccontinue to transact prompt amo ..IF YOU ARE GOING... as a guarantee for with I hsve bought above mentioned Hotel at modern illustration apparatus and comand have aUached a Jersey boar shoata, ready forBervice. tion to same, our twenty years' experiencecon-is banking and as liberal accommodations as are or mon sense application that it is justly Price f 10 per head, boxed on cars. Ad- sistent with sound banking. 7irtt-CU- ta Bax And Pool Boom. considered a waste of time to pursue the dress at once, R. H. Bronaugh, Crab Or DIHICTORS; old and tedious mode of instruction, Have repaired and refurnished the Hotel and J. J. Williams, ML Vernon chard. am better than ever But as this may be continued from S. II. Shanks, Stanford; North Dakota has several wheat S. Owsley, Stanford; to time for a few weeks, at least, J. time Prepared to Accommodate the farms of 10,000 to 15,000 acres each. Over S J. Embry, Stanford; we will give those who are more direct- 210,000 tons of buffalo bones, representPublic. J. B. Owsley, Stanford; ly interested in "School Law" a few of ing 7,800,000 animals, have been exportJ. F. Cash, Stanford; Hpecial attention to Commercial Men. the recent changes enacted by our very ed from this State. William Gooch, Stanford; line Livery and Feed Stable attached. Louisville 4 Nashviilc r. ft. s I A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgevills, Ky P.W.OHEEN.Proprlewr. recent Legislature in the form of amend Green Mountain Maid has Bevon deJES3 ROUT, Manager. W. H. Cummins, Preacherivills ments. la the line for you, as it 2:10 list. They are S. H. Shanks, President, Sec. 63 very properly, as we think, scendants in the Dr. J.'B. Owsley, Caihisr, Arion 2:07J, Suuol 2:0S, Fantasy 2:0Si, provides for excluding from examination W.M. Bright, Teller. 2:10, W. Make close connections at rooms all persons except the applicants Palo Alto 2:08 J, Little Albert Wood 2:03 and Diablo 2:0S. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI and members of the board. For all points. Thousands of cattle have been drivSection S3 provides that when tho avil'ANrOKD, XY NATIONAL BANK ELECTION NOTICE. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. en from their ranges in Wyoming and erage daily attendance for 20 consecutive BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH OF STANFORD, KV. raging COFFJEV, For any information ejquire of days of a public school the average shall lost in the blizzard that has been LINCOLN COUNTY COURT. north-wes- t. Many JOES. RICE. Agent, for two days in the bo less than 25 per cent., the trustees , Regular Term, Feb. ss, 1S94. J Or Stanford, Ky Capital Stock W. A. McQUOWN, Trav. Pais. Agent, This Hotel, renovated and refurnished. Is bow A petition having been filed before the Judge of shall dismiss the teacher, etc, under cer- of the railroads are snowbound. Surplus Lincoln County Court on the sjth day of Jannary, la ray charge and I intend to conduct it eo aa to Junction City, Ky Naboth, the speedy son of Walaing-hasigned by a number of legal voters of the not only maintain iu high reputation, but to add tain restrictions. . to Its long list ol accommodaHustonville Magisterial certifiowned by Messrs. J. K. and M. S. Attention of the public is invited to the fc order be made calling anDistrict asking that an tions for commercialfriends. Specialfine roomsor Section 133 makes a A. G. Lanham John B. Castleman. election to bo held In travelers and Stanford Dank the only season at the that this Is provisions Nstional National in Bank Act said precinct on the sth day of March, 1804, to the display of samples. cate good only in the county in which it Baughman, will stand this of the Under the take the sense of the legal voters of ssld precinct, by the lATFIrst-ClassSaloo- nl is issued; forbids the issuing of a tbird-clas- a low figure of $25 to insure.' This is in- depositors are secured not only liability capital who arc qualified to vote at an election for county lor aa officers, upon the proposition whether or not spirstock, but by the stockholders' certificate more than once under deed cheap and horsemen will no doubt amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of ituous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, bar- Aad BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000 tered or loaned therein, same to apply to DRUGtake advantage of it. I JOSEPH COFFKY. any circumstances. Five sworn statements of the condition of the bans GISTS, except upon sales for sacrameotal purposMilton Young has recently pur- are made each yearto the United States govern- es, said petition coming on for hearing on the isth Section 137 provides that County and its assets are examined at stated times dayof Fcluuaiy, lies, it being the first day of the ment faJ. H.SOWDER. shall not continue less than five chased 81 acres ot land adjoining his by government agents, thus securing addititona regular term of the Lincoln County Court, and It W.H.MILLKR. depositors. which makes McGrathiana andperfect safety tooriginally established as the appearing that the legal voters of said precinct days nor more ten. Other important mous farm, institution, & SOWDER, MILLER This signing ssid petition represent more than ss Per Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1858, then changes which teachers and school offi- now contain nearly 1,000 acres, or just ised aa the National Bank ot Stanford tn 1M5 ana cent, of the votes cast la said precinct at the last and all the requirements of the double the area which it covered when Bank ol general election, aa the given later. -:- with: It is ordered law having practically an uninter&OASTLEMAN cers should noticojwill be at ray own sug- he bought it from the McGrath estate in again reorganisedhas had Hirst National supplied an election been compiled me iiuujnviio.-na.it- that Stanford In iSSs, be Held tn to add Please allow mo rupted existence of ti years. It is better day ot Marcn, isq(, terial I'reclncton the sth no with facilities icr transacting business rrompl p. m. Inr the of 7 a. in. and MANAGERS, Doalors and Brokers, s gestion, that if trustees and teachers 1SSI. before in Its long and between the hours has tho largest tobacco ly and liberally than ever of corporations, fidu- purpose of taking the sense ol the legal voters of Louisville honorable career. Accounts especially the latter, desire to keep postare qualified to vote at elecsaid precinct, who STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY. COommerca Building", Louisville respectfully ciaries, firms and Individuals tions for county otMccrs, upon the proposition ed as to something that may prove to warehouse in the world. It can store whether or not spirituous, vinous or malt liquors Office Interior Journal Building. Agextsttroughout the South. XTA The Directory of this Bank is composed ol exami- 7,000 hogsheads. It has also the greatshall be sold, bartered or loaned therein, the same their interest during thn coming axto apply to DKUUGISTS, except upon sales for FOrestas Reid, Lincoln county; to take the In- est handle factory, where handles for nations, it might be well sacramental purposes, the result of said election SAaL.lv. S. T. Harris, Lincoln; ".W. 'A.TEIBBLE, Local Agent, to be certified to and returned as required by law es, hammers and all sorts of tools are M. terior Journal. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; In elections for county officers. hickory and are ship, made of the beat s. Fine Blue Grass Farm ol ziiH acres on pike STANFORD, KY. The following officers are appointed to hold J. W. Hayden, Stanford ; and finely imprvveu. Voting I'reclncl No. t. T Austin Gollaher, who is SS years old, ped by millions to all parts of the world. said election S.H. Baughman,Lincoln; Robinson and 11. K. Cxmnltr, Judges; J. P. a. Farm of 100 acres, finely Improred. is perhaps the last living link that conJ. S. Ho:ker, Stanford; weather brought n Offered Uoode. Clerk, W. II Hotker. Sheriff. Voting The spring-likWeather-ford- . W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; boyhood his- good crowd to town on Monday. AucPrecint No. J. T Rose and W. D. T Ilohon, at low prici. nects the present with the Judges, L. II Adams, Clerk, J. M. D. Elmore, Stanford; 4. fine lueurass farm, of 105 .acres. In high Sberiii. Voting Precinct No. y J. T. Martin tory of Abraham Lincoln. Ho was rear- tioneer Capt. NatS. Offutt reports 200 T. P. Hill, Stanford. andC. L Crow, Judges, E.J. Tanuer, Clerk, A. state of cultivation, well Improv U,(offered low. farm adjoining the little place cattle on sale, and beet prices from 3 to ed on a K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; G, Coffey, Sheriff. ANI7. Blue Grass Farm of 13s acres, on pike, two M.J.Miller, Mt. Vernon owned by ThomaB Lincoln, three miles 3 cents; milch cows, $25 to $10; work miles from Stanlord; good land; low President; price and on easy terms. south of Hodgenville, and is ending his mules, $75 to $100. He sold one jack to J. S. Bocker, John J. Mc Roberts, Cashier; 8 to is. Town lots In Stanford In areas to days only a short distance away, near Woods Bros., of Franklin county, for suit A. A. McKinner. Assistant Cashier. purchasers. Muldraugh's Hill. Gollaher $250. Mr. Thos. B. Hiles sold 24 long the top of e acre fine farm wltlt exce'lenj 'fc RB EVIDENCE That the blood it mill, dwelling and other Improvements, on Dike claims to have been Lincoln's school- yearling cattle for $24.25 per head. Dealer In- wrong, attd.that nature is endeav ' 4 miles from Stantord. and that ho once savel Lincoln's Georgetown Times. mate, tiring to throw off the impurities. 94 Large blue grass farm, capable of division life by fishing him out of a creek into Into smaller farms. Desirable In every particu-laJVothing is so beneficial in assisting Offered low and on very easy terms. Furniture Wings, Window Shades, "Perhaps you would not think so, but a very nature as Swift's specific (S. S. S) which ho had fallen. s6. Good diseaua in New York comes frame bulldln;; well finishis a simple vegetable compound. Is Miss Pollard said larse carlcssness about catching cold." tays Dr. Jt In her testimony ed on Main street, in Eastern part ef Staufoad from MATTRESSKSBS, AC. harmless to the most delicate child, yet so 5 feet front, oo back. Will sell at a barialu. "It Mrs. Wing staid 12 days Syrus Eds.n. very Is such a simple thing Isandcase she knew that few people, unless it a forces the poison to the surface and common that so. Small farm ol So acres, s miles trom Stanford New : : and 12 nights with Mr. Breckinridge, of pneumonia, pay any attention tooncold. Atlanrclllraprovcd, at a bargain. tttminatcs it from the blood. Dealer In the York la one of the healthist places rmof 60 acres on Hanging Fork, near 31. and that a worthy woman would not do tic Coast and yet there are a great many, cases of .univi.Tiii. Wu? and consumption which have their origin frnnt. w fin..-that. She asked Breckinridge about his catarrhneglect of the simplest precaution of every .... nn nll. with kuuu iuiijnivHn.nl. - and nice in .... The NEW FURNITURE STORE jwuhk chard. Price low. contracted a severe case of blood potion declares daythis The most sensible auvlce is. when you I life. attentions to Mrs. Wing and that unfitted roe for business for four years. A 31. Hotel, and cottage, nicely and have one get rid ot it as soon as possible. By all few bottles tt Swift's Specific (S. S. 5.) cured conveniently that he maligned Mrs. Wing so, that means 00 tot neglect it.1' Dr. Edson does not depot Is now full of the latest styles and designs the Nine rooms inlocated, near four la London, Ky me. J. C Jones, City Marshal, will. Take cold but cure dwelling, rooms in cottage. Pollard), firmly believed he tell you how toCough aRemedy. wewill relieve the manufactures afford. she, (Miss Fulton, Arkansas. Storehouse of 3 rooms. All new buildings. Also It Chamberlain's secretions and open good barn. Lot 300x300 feet. Fine location for Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed have nothing to do with her. lungs, aid expectoration, cure theand so cent botwould Children's RocVcrs, Oak lied Room Suites, fmt. store and hotel. Will tell cheap an 1 7$ Swift Srscuic Co. Atlanta, Ga. soon effect a permanent term.. Nursery Chairs, " " She claimed Mr. Breckinridge said to tles for sale b.y Dr. S. G. ilocker, druggist. Walnut 33. Dwelling on Lancaster St., North of Cradles, mi Six rooms and store house. Good cittern, Cotton Top Mattresses, her he was engaged to Mrs. AVing when barn and all necessary outbuildings Guaranteed Cure. Picture Mouldings, Beautiful Bed Springs, he was in the army, but he would never location. to sell you We authorise our advertised druggist Pictures of all Kinds, reasonable.Lot with frontage ijoxsoo feet. Terms Bed Lounges, marry her. New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's Curtain Poles, Couches, condition: Coughs and Colds, 34. Cottage with s rooms; gcod cistern, The bankers, the chambers of com- are afflicted with a upon thisCold or any If you Desires to thank you for your pa- Hall Trees, Single Beds, Lung, Cough, &c. Nice garden. Frontage feet on North side E. Main St., Stanford. 150x150 bodies of Throat or Cbest Trouble andwill use this remedy Will merce and other commercial Opaque Window Shades Hat Racks, for personalty or realty at a bargain- according to directions, giving Ita fair trial and Children's Beds, New York and Boston have held meet- experince no benefit, you may return the bottle tronage during the year which is Kitchen Safes, Lounges, China Closets, We could not your money ings and adopted resolutions urging and have offer If we did refunded. that Dr. Kings not know Centre Tables, make thla Writing Desks, cu JAMES YEAGER. THOMAS YEAOER. almost gone and asks a continu Office Tables, President Cleveland to veto the Bland New Discovery could be relied upon. R.It never Cutting Tables, Penny'a disappoints. Trial bottles free at A. Dining Chairs, Seigniorage bill. Subscribers to the new drugstore. Large size joe and $1. Rocking Chain, ance during the coining year. Children's high Chairs .ft s sen Reception Chairs, United StateB bonds will prepare a meRattan Rockers in cherry. Salve. protesting against BucaUln'BArnlca morial to the President When Hungry try one of his The best salve In the world tor cuts, bruises 1 am ready to accommodate my customers with allowing the bill to become law. ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chaptores, crup all Coxey's ''industrial" army may now ped hands, chilblains, corns and no skUv reqmr pay tions and positively cures piles, or LOWEST CASH STANFORD, HY. bavo any unlawful designs on the smoke- td. It is guaranteed to giw perfect satistaction "I lie money refunded, frtco S Ky. P box. On anything they want in my line. We'ara in our new stable In the Opera House - FOR A CLEAN houses along its route to Washington, or ale by A. R. Penny, Stantord. Blockfand are well supplied with For but the peaco officers are taking steps to AXTD see that the joko does not become too ChamberUinaanyCough Itemedy gives the best NEW RIGSJAND HORIES cough medicine I handle, and satisfaction of Qr Nice, Refreshing Bath Go to My prices shall be your satistaction. practical. Coxey is the crank who pro- as a seller leads all other preparations In this Haveboen purchased and Both go back I recommend it becanso It Is the best And you willjjcertainly and croup. Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, poses to lead an army of Ohio tramps to market. t ever handled for coughs For sale by medicine tho Coffey House. nrnouts will leave the.stable. Washington to demand relief of Con- A.W. Baldrldge, Mlllersvllle, III. and try him again; Lexington Steam W.W. WITHERS. lie la also agent for the In the Country. Laun- gress. Dr. S. G. Hocke , druggist. A dry, The But A Timely Arttole by the Superlniemlent. (To tLe Editor of Interior Journal.) FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. hi st Lexington dealers are offering only 12 cents for wool. Atlantic King, 2:09, is the fastest horse ever bred in Ohio. John Holmes bought of East End parties a lot of feeders at 3c. Two or three young jacks for sale. Jas. "Walker Giveus, McKiuney. Anderson Bros, bought in Garrard a lot of long yearlings at 10 to 122.50. J. P. Jones sold to O. 8. Parks, of Parksville, a rockaway gelding for $100. Dean Sago, of Albany, X. Y., has bought Ruth Wilkes, 2:171, for use on the road. Pftttio D. 2:27, by Ultimus, dam A severe rheumatic pain n tRe l'r shoulder had troubled Mr. J. 11. Leper, a well known druggist cfDcs Molest, Iowa, lor aver six months. At times the pain was so severe that be could Met lift auythtrg With all he could do he could net get rid of It until he applied Chemberlaln'e Pain tl.lm. "1 onlv made three articalionsof it." lie says, "And1 have since been free from all pain.'' He noir recommends it to persons similarly afflicted. It is Icr tale by Dr. S. G. Ilocker, druggist. Fruit Trees For Sale ! IfOTIOI! I Estate 4j M-- CTew Met Shop. first-class CARPENTER, well-know- n .1 t 111 Orchard, LawnGarden. ever-vthl- FOR com-fr- he wue-ura- ss News For The Ladies THE 1 RILEY HOUSE P- Blue-Gra- free-flr-a- ll. 0. Stock of Merchandise 1- -t Original Jellico Coal. JLXTJXJTTiZir Vost-Ottt- Tb. 3Tlornos) Hotl. SJ-- Lu-bank- s AT FOR Turnpike Election. JACKSOXT car-loa- d Farmers BanMTrast I Q TO THI LADH9. Elk-hor- n Sperms-torrhcB- a over-exerti- Sell-abus- I r 4 Stanford, Commercial Hotel, north: ey anesT, 5 ! m se ssAssbbbWbIbbV. o 5 Double Dally Trains THE GOFFEY HOUSE Fro'r. FIRST JOSEPH S200,000 21,300 first-clae- s ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL, j7-- tl Insurance Company JB'MBEE - REAL ESTATE 4 solic-te- d. PROPERTY FOR 11 pimples -- e : 1 -- - Blotches Blue-gr- e W. W. WITHERS, -- N'oety-thre- Drono-tion- 1 SIMMER r. two-sto- ry it Stanford, Kentucky. 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