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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894032701 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. rwm IH I Semi-Weekl- y VOL. Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MARCH 27. 1894. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. j XXtl. Christian Collrgo Notes. i NO. 8 i t Plea of Confession and Avoidance. CHURCH AFFAIRS. (To the KJ.torof Interior Journal ) 1 F. Stilling left this week for a aiiv.J Five people were killed and one in- PirraiiL'iiu, March 'M.- -I notice in' Geometry i n thing ol tlio past, month'" trip, subletting mail routes. ,UI xploion ol dynamite near London letter of lesuo quite a J111 W Fred I'igg has his arm in a sling, lentithv artii'hi frnm Mr. .Inlm t..nrl Pittsburgh. with tlio clans of lSt):Ml. They wero examined on nine books and they ac- having ncuidently cut his hand about! stating that I voted in Tho General Assembly of tho Presthe republican half In two. quitted themselves with much credit. primary March !), and that ho didn't byterian church will convene at NashHop .Steele is using crutches. Whlln think me Judge Boyle Stone, of I.ihurty, ciinn worthy of baing chairman ville May 17. up on Friday to attend tliu operetta, and cutting wood he almost cut oil' a limb Democratic County Tho meeting at the Methodist chapel Committee, etc. I returned homo after the entertainment, near the ankle. in East Moysvillo closed last week with Is Koceivinp His did vote in said primary, us did a numaccompanied by IiIb daughter, MIhh Commonwealth's Attorney V. H. ber of an good democrats 175 conversions. ns Mr. Pearl, Hatnsoy t'as been sunt a sack of fine Reed Amnndn. Tho Southern Baptist Convention and was sworn to support the nominees The Heed Sisters were entertained nt corn for distribution by the State Com- just so far as I voted, and not the whole will meet in its 40th session Friday, May tlio colleno during tlioir Htay in Huston- - missioner of Agriculture. 11, in Dallas, Tex. Goods Warranted and a Perlect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. ticket. Tho "beautiful" biiow decorated the ville. The entertainment was fcoiupli From April 1, 1S03 to January 1 Laurel county is republican by a largo mented by all, who attended It; It was flowers and Bhrubs in thin vicinity Sun- majority, and as good men was running 18!H, tlio American Baptist Missionary olovuting in character, nnd Bhowedmuch day. There is no impeaching the fact for nomination, and nomination is equiv- Union sent out Gl now missionaries to culture upon the part of both ladies. that the peach crop in Liurel has been alent to election in this county, I voted the foreign fields of the society. Such entertainments should bu encour- eliminated. Rev. Sam Jones emphatically deto assist good men to odlee men that I The nuisanco located on ttio south- believed would aged and patronized as thov tend to elenies the report that he has gone over to enforce the law ern part of tho public square was turned vate the character o( tlio young. As to Mr. Pearl being deposed as the Baptists, exclaiming: "No! Not by a Mr. and Mrs. Jackson VnnArsdoll, over one night last week. As it was the chairman 1 don't know anything I have about completed my stock of goods which is composed o about long jump. Methodist till I die." of Mercer, made their daughter, Mrs. county's property nn investigation was the whys or wherefores, neither lid I Tho Snlvntion Army has secured tho M. 0. ThouiBon and MIhs Ktlui VanArs-del- l, instituted by Squire Moses, but the per- know that I was appointed in his stead largest beer garden in Atlantic City, and Queens-ware- , Mr petrators woro not found out. Let it go a pleanant visit last week. until I received a copy of tho "Demo- proposes to turn it Into a hall for SunMrs. I. 0. James and their bright, and the people who lined it take to tho cratic Organization.' I and was not even an day afternoon and evening meetings. little daughter, Annie, came on Friday woods. applicant, and if the democrats of Laurel Tub army reports a total of 5,250 conThe recent religious meetings here county want another man as to hear "Katie Dean," and to vlait relafor last month, this being the cnairman versions Plows, Salt, Lime, Cement, &c, all bought at the lowest CASH tives. Mi Annie was the special gnent have resulted in great good, with near I am perfectly willing. However, I am largest yet, at tho col 'JO new additions of MiM Cttthnrlne ThoniBon Hjv. George II. Bobbins, pastor of PRICE, and having no old stock to carry, I am able to give prices to tho dilloren1 still a democrat and ready to do my part that will be her In such a de- churches. Thero were three prayer lege, who entertained I deem this explanation due to my the Lincoln Park Baptist church, Cinlightful manner an to cauao many re- meetings last week. There was a dance Lincoln county friends and democrats. cinnati, had a cross and the American grets, when the Boparatiou came. Mips given at Mr. Ed. Wyan'a last Friday I am fla placed on the church spire last Sun-diYours truly. Allle Surber spent from Friday until night and all the young folks present This is said to be the first instance J W. Basti.v. of tho kind that has ever occurred, and it Monday with her aunt, Mra. Martha complain that they enjoyed themselves To Investivate. Appreciating the favors shown me heretofore I better than ever in life before. ought to bo the last. Bro. Robbins is FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Hubble. again ask a share of your patronage. Respectfully, given The operetta, "Katie Dean," Jake V aider, a Swiss carpenter who either a fool or a knave. Eight ewes belonging to A.J. Gor-haon Friday eve- has been making his homo with John at the Christian chinch The union revival which baa been HIGG-INS- . of Fayette county, had L'l Iambi?, ning, March U.'lrd, for tho benetlt of the Blunchl at East Bernstadt sinco last De in progress nt Falmouth for 11 weeks, Bennie Weaken, Clerk. pronounced suc- cember, disappeared about two weeks '20 of which are living college library, was goes on. says the Democrat, with un During Mr. M. N. DePauw's stay in cess. By 8 o'clock the church wsh filled ago. He did not owe anybody anything abated interest, and the end is not in nnd at 10 minutes past eight tho Hero- aud left Mr. Blunchl $150 or $200. His Charlotte, N. C , he sold 00 small cotton sight. Tho pastor of tho Baptist church -SEND US YOUR ORDER FOR- ine, "Katie Dean" impersonated hy Miss trunk and best clothing is at Mr. Blun-chi'- s, mules at an average of ISO. baptfzed 31, and the pastor of the ChrisGeorge Baker reports the purchase her appearance, In F.rma Morse, made who is very anxious to learn o( his tian church 23, while the other denomiof a lot ot butcher cattle at ljc, and the appropriate dress as the "Kig-plcker- ." whereabouts and fears that ho may have nations havo had many additions. She is an orphan and conceives the idea been (only dealt with. Mr. Walder was sale of a yoke of oxen for foO. Rev. II. Fulton, of Forsytho county, Tiie Stock Farm says that J. H. oliludlnira mother. After wondering 10 years old aud weighed about 170 N. C, attempted to hang himself with a D. M. Ferry's, tarns uunnismnn, oy Alcyone, prom- blind bridle last week. His wife found through many discouragements, and pounds. ises to be a money-winne- r this year. ordeals, she Is successful. many trying hiui suspended from a beam in his barn. Apropos of tho "brags" of brother The Christian county man, who When she cut him down the tho would-b- e Tho lady, who adopts her, l Impersona- Dyche about the now republican conte! by MiM Krnma l'ruitt, whoso queen- verts, I heard a leading republican siy, planted SO acres in corn before the cold suicide remonstrated, Baying: "In a In bulk and package, ly manners, grace, and dignity, could not a few days ago that ho wouldn't vote snap, now doubtless wishes he hadn't. few moments I would have been In the New Jersey rends to market every Anally enhave been surpassed. Katie New Jerusalem." "Yes," replied the that ticket any more. That tho acts of ters a palatial homo, surrounded by ev- that party in the primary was such to year 2,000,000 baskets of peaches and enraged woman, "you would have looked ery comfort that wealth could allbrd, or show him that It wasn't tho party of makes over 200,000 gallons of apple jack nice in there with a blind bridle around Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, &c. Idol Wilkes, a brown stallion, has your neck!" heart could desire. In our imagination morality he thought it was, and pretendwo are still greeted by the music strains ed to bo. All the samu ho will walk up been sold at Lexington to John Denman, The chancel of the Christian church White-was- h Brushes, Scrub Brushes, Mops, &c. See. that new Ice ol Katie's charming voice, and tho Im- in November and vote tho straight re- of Colorado Spring", Col , for the report was beautifully ornamented with flow Cream Freezer we have before you buy. pression she made on the audience will publican ticket just like seme of brother ed price of S,000. ers and evergreens Snndaj in celebration Tlio Waco, Texas, Cotton Palace As- of Easter and tho song service arranged be removed, only by tho lomb-bulldoDycho's converts will do in November Biddlo McOune, who raised on tho other side. sociation has purchased a block in which for tho occasion was unusaliy fine. Kid. time. Katie from Infancy, was a typical Irish C. M. Handall has withdrawn his to locate the palace. The exposition W. E. Ellis' sermon was an eloquent arwoman, impersonated by Miss Kate notice of contest against Frank Elliott will be open to the public about the 1st gument based upon tho preponderance Moore, and a better one for it could not in the fthfrill's race, and tho several ne- of October. of the evidence that Christ arose from Mike Bowerman, of Lexington, has the dead, an event that brouget redemphave been chosen. In brogues, manner, groes arrested as illegal voters havo been independence, austerity, and candor, the turned loose. Tho agreement between issued a challenge of ? 1,000 to match his tion to a world and delivern .t.lv nf tho Emerald Isles was trans Elliott and Handall is that the latter pair ol mares against any double team ance from tho power of death. All of ported, yet much Improved upon by a shall support the former In the present eligible to tho 2: P.) class, in tho world, the seats in the church were filled and B. sweet, musical voice. Mr. J4ino many had to occupy chairs in tho aisleu. You can save money by examining myjnew stock of goods and payrace aud he will support Randall in any three In live. role ol Edward, tho race he may make in the future. I unA new species of sharper has struck Cook played in the ing Cash for death of Rev. W. H. The looked-fo- r lady's coachman. In his full suit of Liv- derstood the charge Handall made was Western Kentucky. He secretly feeds Munnell occurred Thursday night at his ery, ho looked even handsomer than ev- that voters had repeated, been imported whisky Boaked corn to a farmer's hogs home in Louisville. He was 54 years of er bufore. Ilia much complimented ten- and th.it Elliott had used whisky and and then oilers his services to cure them age, and had unite a checkered career as I will endeavor to deal fair or voice rang with unusual clearness and money contrary to the agreement ol all of what he calls tho "reeling hots." He lawyer, editor and preacher. While he Tinware, &c. You are invited to call. My goods are all First with you and will appreciate your patronage. every ear seemed sot to candidates who went Into primary. 110. usually charges aweotneas, and was editing the Louisville Democrat,Rov. sweet strains, he played his is destined to become a George O. Barnes held a meeting in Class Staple coods and will be sold at a Oklahoma catch the QUKKN AM) CllKHCKNT HOUTK. "Gllmp- - ' great fruit growing country. Tho young Louisville and Mr. Munnell became part well Mr. W. A. Dinwiddle appear-e- d FOTR, pes of tho World's Fair." A selection of territory now has GSiJ.OOO growing apple greatly interested in religious work. Ho as tho butler. At his first appearance, ho seemed a little awkward, falling 11)2 Gems of tho White City seen through trees, GIS.000 peach trees, 0i),000 cherry gave up his paper nnd opened Central Call and see me, look through my stock and you will agreee that you and breaking a waiter ol dishes, but, in theCu'iiera. Tills handsome volume trees, 51,000 pear troes and a great varie- Mission, where it is said over 1,000 souls can save money by trading with me. ty of other fruit trees and vines of every wero converted during his ministry-Han instant he was en his leet again, and containing 102 photographic half-ton- u for everything by the dignity and views of the entire Exposition, showing description. atoned was twice married, his last wife, who The annual production of eggs in survives nun, Doing .miss Dannie auuou, perfect manner in which ho rendered all main butdiugs, all state aud territorhis part. Mr. CUude l'ruitt, the police ial buildings, all foreign buildings, the United States is estimated at over a former Paris belle. grounds, statuary, lagoons, aud about 10 OOO.ftOO.OOO dozen. Estimato tho price at olllcer, seemed every inch a The late Chief Justice Stone, of Alviews of the great Midway Plaisauce, 15 cents perdoz"ti and you have city policeman; handsome and commandTaking poultry wore tho brass buttons, and will l)e sent to any address on receipt of and eggs abama, waa lipid in high esteem an a ing, ho wedded tho "billy" with characteristic '2! cents and five cents for postage. This together you have a total annual pro- man, in well as in great repute a a Opposite Court-Hous- e Ho served on the bench for more grace. The character of the newspaper hook has been issued by tho greatest of duction of 710,000,000. Our traders nre engaging lambs for than 50 yearn, in that time deciding reporter was well chosen, In tho person Southern railroads tho Queen A CresHo looked like an cent Route and its excellence is with- Juno delivery at 5 cents. Dealers are moro than 2,400 cases. ol Mr. James North. It took a woman in Brooklyn, N. Y., editor, acted like an editor, is polite like out a tliw. A most delightful collection only offering 12 cents for wool, nnd and should be an editor. At of exquisite views, in a 6iuall and conv- mutton is correspondingly low in price. to discover from a casual acquaintance an editor, A Complete Stock of book. Many such collec- Baughman Bros., of Boyle, sold to H. A with Mies Pollard that "she is the most the end of tho iind net, was a beautiful enient-sized Send B. Marksbury n.OOO pounds hemp at H polished and consumate liar I have ever tableau, representing Katie's angel moth- tions are largo and cumbersome. a dream. In this your address aud DO cents to W. 0. delivered this week. Lancaster Record. met.'' But in another part of her interer, appearing to her in General Passei ger Agent, CinMcCormick posed, and the Miss I.illio Receipts of eggs Monday and Tues- view she admits that she "never met Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accuBreckinridge." Richmond Reg beautiful and pathetic. Im- cinnati, 0. picture was day, as compiled by tho New York Mer Colonel rately Compounded. Give him a Call. ister To the Kditor I uterlor Journal.) mediately after the tableau, Lullaby cantile Exchange, foot up .72,777 cases, As tho total production of sugar in H. We, tho undersigned ofiicers of elecfrom Erminlo was sung by Mrs. J. equal to 1.5SS.SG4 dozens, or 20,2t,0,'.5S tho United StateB in 1S90 was only 227,- Uille, Miss Anna Held, .Messrs. James tion in precinct No. ;i, Stanford, take eggs, the largest number over received 000 tons, it would be cheaper to buy all stating that tho report that Cook and W. A. Dinwiddle. The Bweot, pleasure in in two days. Detlera hung out bigus, of it and dump it into tho Gulf of Mexaoprano ol Mrs. Htlle, and L. M Lasley, one of tho judges in said "Twenty-thre- e Druggist, Stanford, Ky. and charming eggs for 25 cents." ico than to put a protectlvo tax on Imthe rich deep alto of Miss Heid, with tho precinct, opened and looked at any of D. B. Clayton, of Lowisburg, Tenn., ported sugar because of it. Once on tho is handsome appearance, which both pre- the ballots, absolutely false and with- recently bought of John S. Robinson, of free list always on tho free list! New marked feat- out foundation. sented on tho Btnge, was a 15 long yearling muies, and Yo rk World. John Skidmore, judge, N. W. Samp-Bo- this county, ure of tho entertainment. While Miss Prof. Richard L. Garner, who w n. 20 short yearling mules, tho pick of Ii'b sheriff, W. B. Penny, clerk. Krma Morse was the heroine, wo might two lots, at $10 per head, all around, and to Africa to learn the language of the appropriately call Miss Bennett the hero Chain of Lakes, Waupaca, Wis. four Bliort yearlings of F. P. Jones at gorilla and chimpanzee, Iibh returned to unond musician. She has workod with Dave Walter has bought' quite a Now York. He spent oyer four months Tho attention of thoso figuring Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your tiring assiduity In planning and arrang- place for their "summer outing" is on a lot of lambs for July 1st, delivery at 5 in a cage hi an African jungle, where he The Drug-Stor- e callcertainly ing the operetta, and alio has Waupaca, Wis., located on tho centa and a fow for May 15th. Harroda-bur- g had abundant opportunity for observa ed to shown much taste and skill in tho work. Wisconsin Central Lines, about 200 miles tion. He has learned six or eight words Democrat. Chicago. It is a delightful spot, The entertainment closed with a Rrand from of monkey language and says there are surrounded by a beautiful chain of lakes, her J. S. WortliHin. ot Leitcliliold, haa about 40 or 50 words in the gorilla vocabchorus, welcoming Katie Dean to abound in bass, trout, pike, pickprinci-pa- l which School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, now homo. In addition to the erel and muskallonagc. Good hotel ac- anuoiinct'il his candidacy (or Congress ulary: Hie following commodations at rates within reach of against Hon. A. B. Montgomery. Liquors for Medical Purposes. G. A. R meets in Pittsburg, Pa. character In tho play, The For full particulars, mans and composed the chorus; Misses Dollie all. Hon. Joe M. Kendall haa announ- in September and the local executive euide books, address J as O. Whipp. Amanita Otone, vicwaw mnuu,., Paper. Agt. Milwaukeo, Wis.Pond, Gonl. ced himself a candidate for;tConKreefl In committee has already announced that Cowdon, Minulo Eubanks, Lillle tlio 10th Kontucky district against Rep- hotel rates with a three days' limit can Dollie Call and see us. McCormick, Annah Hold, and Mr. and resentative Lisle. bo secured from f 1.50 to 15 per day; Ouro for Ueadaobo. lUffe. Last, but not least, by A Philadelphia hrute, enraged be- lodgings from 50 cents to $1 per night, At a remedy for all formi of Headache Electric Mrs. John Band, Illltert haa proved to be the ery belt. It effects cause his baby would not stop crying, any means was the Metropolitan and railroad rates from one fare for tho a permanent cure and the rnoit dreaded habitual almost tho Blno qua tick headache ylcldi to ita iullucncc. W urge opened tho stove and threw it in, bo hor- round trip to one cent n mile. To avoid of Stanford. It wb bottle and elve selections were all who arc afflicted to procure a ol habitual cou- - ribly burning it that it died in a Bhort delay aud annoyance, hand satchels thit remedy a fair Uiaf In catet non of tho occasion. Tho the rendition atlpuion electric mtters curet by giving the time. should be used for baggage. Free quartasty nnd appropriate, and needed tone tu the bowels and few ca-lone reThey were encored several am theuie ol thii rocdiclm. Try it once. Lance Two of the men Implicated in the at- ters will be furnished in school-house- s aa artistic. buildings upon application. the high apprecia- - botltei onlv J centt at A. R. I'cnny'a Drug- Storo A (URUPLEY,-- ' 's ' wwteii J$f4&trA SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. NEW STOCK. Hardware, Groceries, Stoves, Iron Wagon Material, y. to youi raTimmjEOT. W. H. Northern Seed Potatoes, OION SETS AND FLOWER SEEDS r, McZINNEY & HOOKER. NEW CASH STORE. ON EAST MAIN STREET. Bin-curs- Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, shoes, Hardware, , SMALL PROFIT CASH, e J. C. FLORENCE. well-drille- d ju-rir- tt. MeRoberts' Drug Store, DRUGS, BOOKS, POINTS, "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, Kin-Larso- n, W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST. n, DR. S. G. HOCKE R, Drugs, School Supplies, The Best Goods For The Least Money. DE. S. G. HOCOE, The Druggist. times, which showed The Library on of tho audience. to them their hearty extends m tempt to kldnapI'.Olivo Kraft, at New and other Stanford Female College. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Bell county, U thanks. , -- J. L. Norse, the oldest citizen 93. dead.-.age- Chamberlain's Cough llemcdy givei the best Albany.have been sentenced to flyo years taUifacliou of any cough medicine I handle, and and $25 lino. The i a seller leada all other preparations In this in the ponitentjary market. I recommend it became it is the best case has a loc.il JintereHt hero because medicine 1 ever handled for coughs and crouo of A. W, JUldrldge, Mlllersvllle, 111? Kor tale by John Cain, formerly of this county, told l)rf S; G. Hocke , druggist. rnacals. on the I will receive and open this week a nice Hue of hats for early spring wear, and kindly solicit tho patronage of town Kull and country. Mrs. H. L. Steger. An. Spring Session Tuesday, January 23d, 1894. corps of Comerawry nd Normal School techer. Superior courset In Literature, MuIc and Catalogue and circular furntihed on application. Excellent boarding department Less than a year ago Maj. Randall, a Interior Journal wealthy citizen of Dallas, Texas, put the brand of Cain on bis brow by killing bis own brother in such a manner as to inKv., - JLarcii 27, 1894 cite public,' indignation. Since then be Stanford, has spent $50,000 in trying to escape punishment, but a jury Saturday, after a W. P. WALTON. long drawn out trial, gave him 20 years, notwithstanding tho beBt legal talent in tho State defended him. They seem to manage such things better every wbero than in Kentucky. iFDaiu.A.'X". Semi-Weekly 6 OR 8 eveby PAGES. Although tho democrats nave nn al- night Thursday, Just 1 1 hours before tho cowardly assassin would have had his neck broken, if justice had been meted to him. Buff Mucins, who murdered a common every day man, was hung ac cording to program, as hia lawyers could get neither money nor advertising out of his case. When be was taken out of his cell tlio other prisoners in the Chicago jail cried out, "Hang Prendergrast," which caused him to crouch in a o corner in abject terror. Wo will Prendergrast another prediction. will not be bung U all. A jury will find him crazy on the testimony of packed experts, and bo will bo sent to an asylum to regain bis senses in due season. A man who baa method in his alleged madness suflicient to plan and execute so diabolical a crime as he, has enough sense to bo made to pay the penalty for it. Tub Jessannuo Democratic Committee in fixing the qualification for voters at the primary election, bad a clause permitting those democrats who had voted the prohibition ticket (.not for prohibition in the abstract), and desired to re turn to their iirst love, 10 lake pari iu the electiou, provided they would pledge thomselvea to voto for each of the nominees in November. This was submitted to the State Central Committee, which ruled that a man must first show his to return to the democratic fold by voting in a regular election. This is eminently right ;and proper. A man who Kicks out of the traceB at every imagined provocation should not be permitted to those democrats who stand nlong-sid- o have been true and borne the burden and heat of the day, and have as much say as anybody who shall bo tne nominees. Let them show their faith by their works and bring forth fruits meet for before they are taken into full fellowship. . On nccount of Good Friday tho court adjourned from Thursday till yesterday, ho there is little to tell in the case. "Willie" has not Btand, and there is a growing taken the impression that if he cannot present any better plea than that his lawyer made for him he had best not submit himself to the ordeal of a critical cross examination. There have been cases of women beducing men, and often they are as much to blame, but "Willie" was too old a bird to be caught that way. No Peggotty could have made such a Willis' Barkis of him had ho not been a little too anxious himself. ven-tur-: do-Bir- Pbespehouast waa not hung Friday, most unheard of majority in tho House, His lawyers they haveben prevented by tho repubna wo had predicted. wanted n littlo more advertising, bo after lican minority from for nearly a week from taking up tho contested election being refused a further hearing in ol the State, in the United caeca. If tberd is no rule to stop such a Court States Court of Appeals, by the governor humiliating failure, one should bo adoptand lieutenant governor, they appealed ed at once, or Speaker Crisp, like Czar to a local judge and got a stay pending Heed, should take the bit in his mouth. an inquisition for lunacy. This unbiiyn that those Thk Courier-Journ- al heard of procedure was secured at midbirth-da- y who celebrated Neal Dow's celebrated a failure. It was he who first invoked tho law to take tho place of moral suasion. There is good reason to believe that the prohibition idea, pursued as it has been with intolerance, has been a positive drawback to the progress of temperance reform. Tjikkk are a good many tramps in the country but they are not as big n lot of fools aB Gen. Coxey imagined bo his "Army of the Commonweal" which was to have been massed at Massillon, O. Sun-ly to march on to Washington, did not materialize, only about 50 showing up. Coxey is a crank and a very bad man to tio to generally. d The Middlesboro Town Co. owes $28,000 back taxes. A farmer tells ua that ho fears tho oata crop has been materially injured. -- John Hostetter killed a negro in tho act of robbing his hen roost in Fayette. Judge W. B. Kinkead, a former law partner of Secretary Carlisle, ia dead at Lexington. Aeronaut Wilton fell 1,500 feet from a baloon into the Mediterranean near Cannes and was drowned. Fno at Ford, Clark county, destroyed a church, the Ma oleht dwelling-housesonic Hall and a business house. Corbetteays he won't fight Jackson outside of the'u. S. Ho won the championship hero and proposes to defend it here. Attorney General Hendnck siva that it will take the courts 10 years to settle tho new law points raised by thu passage of tho husband and wife bill. d Mrs. Annie S. Austin, tho mayor of Pleasanton, Kan., is described as a woman of more than uverrgu intelligence and weighs 200 pounds. Coal mineoperatorsiu the Jelico district have announced a cut of 20 per cent, in tho mining scale. Tho miners have agreed to a 10 per cent, reduction. Milton McKnight, banker and capitalist, was found dying in bis room at the Kassinler, Louisville, Sunday pveuing, by ono of the bell boys. Ho was worth s, newly-electe- NOTICED IN GOTHAM. fcald Fee n man on tho enra reticiiug tbo "Occasionallt,'' a trnvelcr, "I WONDERS Bible. This is, perhaps, not so extraordinary in ithelf, but it is so different from reading tho newspapers, or ono of 'nil the latest novels, that it always fixes my attention." $100,000, Thk republican Legislature of Iowa has passed n liquor licenso law after a long trial of prohibition, which is acknowledged to have been a failure, except as a means to almost disrupt that party. Tho now law is strongly guarded however, and is rather a compromise between entire legal prohibition and high license. Am now some fellow has had tho gall to claim tho authorship of "The Ogallal- Allison recently las," which Youn launched on a long suffering public, and from which ho has been hiding ever since. Mr. Allison says he can have it if he may only come out of his bole. stated that President Cleveland has decided to retain Harrison's man Palmer as public printer, he ought to resign and givo Stevonson a chance. The poople are getting tired of this mugwump business. na Vice-Preside- o If it be true The Vermont maple sugar crop, it is said, will be very short this season, but the Vermonters will get the bounty all the same. There are many ways of making maple sugar without using maple water. NEWSY NOTES. Pollard-Breckinrid- ge Joe Blackburn denies that he has been converted, so much tho worse for Joe. George U. Baker, the inventor of the submarine torpedo boat, died in Washington. "Imman-uel- , Elias Gove, tho the Prince of Peace," is dead at Belf-styl- Auburn, Me. A pair of runaway horses lately ran over a railroad trestle 592 feet long at Brookfield, Mo. Winchester is to have 10 incandescent and 00 arc lights, to cost the city $2,655 per annum. Henry Lockhart, aged 02 years, died in Bourbon county. Ho was the father of the Hon. Geo. Lockhart. The attornoy general filed suits against 21 State corporations for nonpayment of franchise taxes. A terrific hail storm visited Adair county Thursday. Many of tho stones were two inches in diameter. John Street, a Mercer county gourmet, aged GO, has just cornn into Jnotice by eating 93 dozen eggs in 93 days. The fruit crop has been practically ruined throughout the Central States by the freezing temperature of tho past CO hours. Kansas City, Kan., is separated from Kansas City, Mo by the State line, which runs through the middle of a f'ompany has oflered Miss Madaline Pollard $500 a week to join bis company. Asked if she could sini?, he replied, ' I do not know; and furthermore, I do not care. She is the best advertised woman and would draw like n Americi a eticking plaster." Enemies of the fly young woinin have all along said that her object, in addition to humiliating and disgracing Col. Breckinridge, was to mako herself solid with theatrical managers, as she was well nwaro that no money could be made out of the colonel, no matter if she got a verdict. to-da- y, The proprietor of the Wilbur Opera Senator John O. Hodges, of Lexington, will be a candidate for superintendent of public instruction, for which office the woods are full of seekers. He is thoroughly versed in common, Bcbool matters, to which bo has given muchnt-tentsoLike a great many other mon hobby, and his is the total aboho baa a lition of corporal punishment in public schools under a heavy penalty. Tho boys would bo unanimously for him if they bad a vote. WnENEVKn u. street. During last year it is estimated that the gold product of the world waa For tho previous year it was $150,-000,00- 0. $138,SG1,000. a man is designated as "Honest so and so" the chances are two to ono that he is not as honest as his name implies. "Honest Dick" Tate is a living exemplification of the fact, and now comes "Honest Tom" Tuit, of Detroit, who has just been arrested in New York charged with having stolen $15,522 from tho city and falsifying his books to cover up the defalca tiou. Putting honest before a man's name is about the same as giving a dog a bad name. Bland Seignorago Coinage bill and refute tho assertion that ho was ignoring their interests. Mr. Cleveland heard them patiently and courteously and said that in considering tho question he would regard no section, but attempt to find out what was best for the whole people and act accordingly. It is thought I that ho will veto it. The Bilvor men called on tho presi dent Saturday and urged hioi to Bign tho A. M. Sanford, a Dayton, O , insurance man, fell dead Vhile talking to a man about a life policy. This ought to be a warning. A boy named Ellis, scarcely 10 years old. was arrested at Harrodsburg charged with stealing a horse which ho took to Lexington and sold. Eleven members of a Denver jury sworn in to try two catholics were found to be members of the A. P. A. and tho entire panel was discharged. The governor vetoed the bill extending the period of redemption one year of landa that have been sold for taxes, on account of coubtitutional defects. W. Phelps' storeroom at Harrodsburg was damaged $3,000 by fire, and tho handsome block was saved only by the prompt work of tho firemen. Miss Helen Williams, of Chicago, aged 40, and heiress to $1,000,000 has surprised her friends by marrying Joseph Uusser, her father's butler. Congressman Wilson arrived at San Antonia, Texas, with his wife and other attendants, and will rest there awhile until able to proceed to Washington. Tiik first American coins wore made in England in 101-- for the Virginia company. Thk first English gold coins wore year minted in 1257, in the of Henry III. Ix lOttl the invention of milling the edges of coins to prevent clipping was introduced. Samum. Hiciiakiihon'h novel, "Clarissa Ilarlowe," published in 1748, is generally conceded to be the longest piece of fiction in the English language. It contains 1, 134, 000 words. DEATH'S D01NCS. The average novel of the present day After u long illness of consumption, contains from forty thousand to eighty Mrs. Margaret Knowles Bibb ceased to thousand words. sutler Thuibday night at her home at SPORTS AND PASTIME. McKinney and went to that heavenly Tin: car has ordered a new thirty-foo- t home, in which she begged her children cutter yacht, to be built by J. S. and friendB to meet her. Mrs. Bibb wus White, of Cowos, during this season. born in Virginia 73 years ago nnd nt an It is to be magnificently fitted. Thk length of tho largest tiger skin early ago married Mr. U. F. Bibb, who afterwards became noted as a lailroad over taken, after being stretched and one-ha-lf contractor nnd who died threo years ago. dried, win, thirteen feet six and inches. To them were born 11 children, 10 of PKitFoiiMAKCi:.? at theaters of ancient whom are living, Mrs. Helen Bibb, Mrs. Greece sometimes lasted twelve hours. Reuben Williams and Mrs. Green Mooro Seven o'clock in tho morning was tlio residing in this county. Deceased was n time for tho raising of the curtain, bo most estimable woman, as those who to spcuk. A i.ai'.oe elephant had to bo killed, in know her best assure us. Sho was a of the Presbyterian church for Stuttgnrt on account of his temper. A member bingle from a small bore rific deover 10 years and died as she had lived, livered bullet in his forehead dropped him a in full asaurance of the faith. After dead. funeral sermon at her late home at 10 Ax exceedingly rare animal, a black-faceo'clock Saturday, loving friends followed black-care- d caribou, wa3 rethe remainB to Buffalo Cemetery, where cently shot at Andover, Me. This caribou was also unusually large, with they were laid beside those of her big, branching horns. J Hon. Hunter Wood, of Hopkinsville formerly Collector of Internal Hevenue for tho Second district, yesterday made an assignment for tho benefit of hid creditors. Mrs. Mary King, of Alton, III., put poison in her cotlee and in inai oi ntr CO11S0- m,n R.nri Li'cli. aild OS were two burials in town quenco there tho next day. The Iowa legislature has passed a liquor law that provides for tho taxation of saloon property, and many conditions are required before the saio of liquor can bo commenced. The Mexican government has given the Mormons 2,745,000 acres of land in tho State of Chihuahua, and a groatex-odustho Baints from Utah will tako place next fall. All traces of the Brazilian war nre disappearing. The past week has been ono of general festivity at Kio, where business is rapidly reviving. The apprehends no trouble from the rebels in tbo South. Judgo W. II. Yost, of tho superior court, has retired from the race for the appellate judgeship in the 2nd District, owiug lo n snap convention, which will not give him time to make a canvass. It is called for April 10. The Boston Social Reform League has adopted resolutions calling upon "tho chivalrous people of Kentucky to retire W. C. P. Breckinridge to n private life of obscurity and oblivion." A man named Beavis haa filed a claim for 12,800.000 acres of land in New Mexico nnd Arizona, basing the claim on an old Spanish grant. Phil B. Thompson, Jr., of Kentucky, is one of the attorneys. Elliott county has the youngest sheriff in tho State. Ho is 23 years old. Ho has bad to kill ono man and cripple a pair of others. It is Bald tliat a man is not qualified to fill the office in that county until iio has killed b'ix men. A stranger entered the office of tbo San Francisco Savings Union and demanded money. Tlio cashier refused and was shot through the heart. Tho assassin was captured and turned out to bo Fred Bennement, a famous Denver criminal. Tho prospectus for tbo Marion Falcon, a democratic weekly newspaper to be published in Lebanon, has made ita bhuclc appearance. The Hon. Capt. S. M. Boone will and owners of the new weekly. The first is sue will appear about April 10. Tho strike at the Binlseyo andJelico coal mineB. in which 150 miners had been out for the two weeks, was settled Friday, when the latter accepted the terms of tbo company. Thoy found that it would be foolish to stay out longer and returned that morning. Th.i court ami the lawyers went off themselves Saturday to hear argu bv ments on tho objections of Miss Pollard's counsel to certain depositions ollered by the defense. The depositions in ques tion are those of Alex. Julian, Dr. L,ewis and W. W. Kossell. and are ollered for tho purpose of showing the bad character of tho plaintiir before her meeting with 11 of Gov-erment d Caupi:ntmw nil over New York lodge their business in oddly dilapidated structures. Many carpenter ahops are bidden away in tlio alleys of tho West side, and nearly all such shops occupy structures that seem to bo standing Pi ices on our new Spring Goods arc wonderfully low. The styles merely upon suffrage, and look us if they must soon make way for some- arc unsurpnsscd.il Competition is distanced. You will say so when thing more substantial. in store for you. Don't fail to come and see. Tun hurry of modern Hfo or some you sec what we have " --amA c nthur equally good reason has made We invite your -www. -:.:.-- . kOk.. r xSCsft.-.TT "" ' .' ' the wares of the street broom seller wmi picturesque and pleasing. There wa.s a time when broom viiiuu into tbo : market well sensoned and yellow; now, however, they come still bearing the Of the following quotations, on a lew articles only: delightful light water green of the unnro few more seasoned stage, and there Lace Curtains, 2j4 yards long, .OC,soc and 75c per pair. An expleasing sights than the broom seller with his iim.sH of soft, uniform green, tra quality Lace Curtain 3 yards long $1.25 per pnir. They arc carried at shoulder shift. wide enough for you to use one or both to the. Window Shades 6 "A .max who always IntorosU, mo," Hig said a promennder, "is the man who feet long only 25c. Apron and Dress Ginghams 5c and just provided himself with a new line of Sattccns has 15c per yard. We have just received 25 outfit of clothing throughout. Ho has collected some back pay, or has just dozen ladies' plain, white and fancy bordered Handkerchiefs; not a come into n fortune, or ho has received one worth less than 20c will be sold for 10c. Our a month's salary, or he has come to tho eit y with tho express purpose of so providing himself; and here ho in, new from j'.ead to foot, with his bat still wearing the luster of the shelves and bis shoos lustrous after the first black-ing.- " Is complete and everything marked down to NEVER : GE1SE ! ri"; - v U Careful Consideration 6c. l2cand Dress j,Goods Department SCIENCE OF ALL SORTS. Tint average speed of the transmission of earthquake shocks is nearly lfi.000 feet per second. Men's Furnishings A large assortment of Men's laundered and Ax "inch of rain" means a gallon of unlaundered Neglige Shirts, full'sizc and wcllJmade,,worth 50c, 65c, water spread over u surface of nearly square feet, or a fall of about 100 75c, $1 and $1.25. two toim upon an aero. Pktkoi.ki'm, by a con roe of experit, Rock Bottom Figures! Can .. ments made by the Prusidan jrovorii-nien1ms proved a reliable cnlo preIs fall up'withjncw things' forSpring and Summer. venter in Htcnnt 1h11oi. ' .,& Tiik wettest place in tho world ia man's Shoe anywhere from75c to $'. f aiTair? wvt Oierrypongo, in southwestern AxMtni, where the annual average ralnfiill is (W0 inches. In INU the rainfall there 1-; sell you a i -- Jk authority. It has heretofore been almost impossible to make largo eastings of aluminum, but tho dillleulty has boon so far overcome that pure aluminum bathtubs aro now made in a single piece, I.V the geological triassle period the Connecticut river valley nnd perhaps the whole eastern portion of what is now the North American continent was inhabited bv a gigantic species of two and four footed reptiles. ECHOES "OF reached IHWi inches. Mk. Kk.vkst IIaut, tho husband of the Mrs. Hart who had the Irish village- at tbo fair, says thnt the only cholera preventive is a pure-watMr. Hart is a recognized cholera er aui-pl- y. $7'50. ?9. 5io, S12, $15. We would direct special attention to our new and fnshionnblc Spring Suits. All fresh, new styles plain and fancy Cheviots, Worsteds, Cassimeres, Tweeds, &c. $S, LOUISVILLE B. K. iju : STORE, STAFFORD, B:"S, A. URHANSKY &1CO., Proprietor T. D. RANEY, Manager. THE WHITE CITY. Tin: value of all the foreign exhibits that were at the world's fair Is es(Successor to Geo. D. Wcarcn,) timated by the United States treasury 515,000,000. olllclals at Bug-gie- s, A Cl.KAit profit of SISS.IS'J was made by the United States government, as shown 1)3' Collector Clark, of Chicago, from customs duties on world's fair sold or retained in this country. Thk report of the executive commit- Saddles, Harness, Hay and Seeds, will occupy this space this year tee of awards of the world's fair shows and if you want to save money you had better keep your eye on it. that medals were awarded to 28,737 exhibitors, a per cent, of the whole number catalogued. .loil.v Do.vooiu'ii't statuo, "Tho Before you buy and you will be convinced that he is cheaper than Spirit," which started for the world's the cheapest. fair from Koine, but never got any WEAREN, Dealer ox-hibi- ts Carriages, Wagons, Farming Implements, Get His Prices .A-HSTID farther than a Philadelphia freight-housin default of a two thousand bill, is tho dollar transportation largest statuo ever modeled. Thk .Siamese house which contained Slum's exhibit iu tho Liberal Arts buildingnt tho world's fair was bought by tho Pennsylvania museum in Philadelphia and is to constitute a large showcase for the Hast India art object e, W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. COMB DAYTON SEE. THE CROSS-CU- T DISC HARROW, -- n of the museum. And- HISTORICAL. Ix the fifth century before Christ refined copper was deemed as precious as gold. maIx 16 14 Napier's chine was put iu use iu the Hank of Bngland. Tun trade dollar was intended for nso in commerce with China, India uinl coin-weighin- g The Brown Cultivator, Best Farm Implements Made. Japan. ' J. K. VANARSDALE, GLASSWARE, QUEEN S WARE, CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinawarc line. examine and get prices. Call and forty-secon- d FARRIS & HARDIN, Stanford, Ky. HemlapofStotfes We. : Have : Got : Them. d, huB-ban- d. W. H. WEAREN & CO. w A Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1891 "Wr olur. Mtanfokd, Ky., - March 27, E. C. Walton, liusiness Manager MEANS 1U3INESS. Blip-ifH IJuy your nrliool books nnd bcIiooI Pll ol hII kimlH at A. It. Penny's. Watch k, clockn nnd Jewelry repaired nnl wnrrnnU'd. KtiKravum n nnecilty, at A. K. Penny's. Thk largest Block of Druses, Medicines, IVrlutnery, 1'aintH and Wall Paper Ht A. H. Penny's. Prepcriptioiw a Hpecia- ity. . PERSONAL POINTS. QromtK W. (Jamih.n, Milledneville, Iihs been granted a peiiHion. Miw Fannik Shanks, of Hamilton College, Hpent Sunday at homo. Miwt Lillian Fohsvthe, of Hiirrotla-burj- ;, Ih vinltlni tlm MipsenGlvenH. Mies i:u.K.v Owhlky, of LancaHtcr, man, Stanford. pnum'd through to Loninvillii yesterday. Tommy Ham. is having this odice to do Mkxhiw. K. 0. Wah.skn Riid K. 0. Walhim some flue printing for his store Homer-Bo- U ton are attending circuit court nt which ho will open at Kowland thin writer of Danville, week. As an advertisement Mils. I.iz.ik MtAi.iBTKit, Tommy is hard to heat. in tIhUIiik lier mother, Mrs. KHjm Port- - Anotiikh new lot of Trunks at $1.05, ried oa tho 22d to Miss Lida 0. Lewis, of 12.15, $2.05 and $3 25, largo siza and all McKinnoy, a pretty school teacher. zinc. U. F. Jones A Ron. At Flfcmingsburir last week Mr. and Savk money, time and labor by using Mrs. Samuel Anderson celebrated tho 00 the vapor stove. W. H. Wearen & Co. A oiikat many people, voted yester- anniversary of their wed ling. Mr. Anday like "Keg" Mason when asked how derson is 87 years of age, while Mrs. AnI am now receiving a full line of spring ho voted in the prohibition election said: derson is 81. suitings. Call and see them. II. C. Ku- "Hy tho secret ballot, sir, by tbo secret ploy. . m ballot," In that charmingly stuttering The cold wave extends as far south Just received a new and nico lot of way of his. as Texas, ice a quarter of an Inch thick spring clothing for boyH. Call nnd see forming at San Augelo. Tub prohibition light waxed so warm N. H. Shanks. K. P. Moore, of North Middletown, in Hustonvillo that n prohibitionist reH bought of Golden Ramsey SO head of Don't forget us when you want fused to milk the whisky man'a cow lie In Dry Goods, Shoes or Clothing. feeders at 3 cents. Winchester Demohad been milking and a whisky man de11. F. Jones crat. Son. clined to further permit a prohibitionist Tho Capitol at Washington has cost Mil. J. P. Jonkb is making prepara- to HMD water out of his cistern. more than f:'.0,000,000. It covers three tions to build a two-ator- y front to his and a half acres; tho dome is !107 feet Thr prohibition meeting advertised cottngo on Htifltouville street. hiuh and i:5 in diameter, and is exceedfor tho colored pooplo nt the court-hoiiEA Coolky Creamer will double tho Saturday night was n llummux. The ed in size only hy St. Peter's, in Rome; product with one fourth the labor over speakers were ready ami willinir, but St. Paul's, in Loudon; the Invalid??, in the old system. See it at Farris A liar-din'- s. alas! only one darkey showed up and P.uIh, and St. Isaac's, ill St. Petersburg. ho was the janitor. The colored man NKW AIlVKMISEif KN'TS. and brother always takes it straight Foa Hunt. House that I lived in, when be can't get sugar in his'n. MaMrs. Fannio Green's, MrB. ry Fugleman, Hubble, or J. II. Knglt- m wnntyour trade, Dunks, tho Jaw 01 WWA 3 EE A -- UT Ofour- ... bar-unlii- t Beautiful Wraps. This is only one. We have them from $i up. Wc have also new Uordon Laces, those new Streamer Ties, those new Silk liraids, and everything new in Dress Goods and Trimmings. Our Ladies' and Mi?scs Shoes are always the best and at lowest prices. O .... man. Thk pension of Mr. lteiiben William for fterviee in the Mexican war hai been incrt'HHt'd. Miss Minnik VtiIAVii linn accepted a poflltion in a millinery nt Clinton, Hick-ma- n county. Miih. K U. Walton and Lucy Leo are HpendiiiK tlio week with tlio MleHtoCook l.uiiK Hkazi.ey left yetonlny for Lonisulie, liuUuuiipollH mil Cincinnati Mim at Htintunvtllo. Willi k 1'. F. Spink it Hick, Mr. W. It C'ritchlow, of IOuiRYille.Irt lioldinu don it in the dipalehrn' oltice. Lin b-e- t) buy millinery. Miw. Ophelia Tiiomi-sokvlmting her sister, , who Mrc. Ct. brtH A Ltukvy returned to boulavillo Saturday. Mh J. F. IIockkk, of the Junction City council, wm hero Friday to arrant fir the printing of tbo ehartwr uml of bin town. MlWI JKSNIK im CUNNINGHAM, Of Loillh- ebarj-e Ville, who to have of tbo Dud- - at Mrs. Kato , derar'rt, arrived yeetorday Miih. HiiooKHiiml her cliurmiiiK daughter, Mif8 Mollle, of Crab Orchard, visited Mr. John Hrooka at IiIm homo hero last week. llarriMlsburK Democrat. Mil. ami Miw. J. H. Adams were biro Friday. They returned to Newport yesterday, accompanied by MIm I.t.io TAidwell.of HiiBtonvllle, who will upend a few weeks with them. Ma. J W. UwMNo.'of Itoone county, waa hero Saturday and arranged with Hon. Harvey Helm louelln Hue fruit farm near Klm;ville, advertisement of which appears in this Issnu. Du. A. B. Puick and Walker It. had businesa In Winchuflter on Holiday, which they attended to In fine order, but for goodness sake don't nay we told you. They think nobody knows it. Mips Sue H.uohman, who has graduated in tho Cook County, 111., Normal School eince she graduated in tho col loo here, Iihh been engaged to teach In hnt Institution for the remainder of the ey Siiuinokaok. A pretty young lady, Our Roys' and Men's Clothing with an inquiring mind, and who likes The MbclchoMen of the Crab Orchard Jnj Turn Hike Iloatl Company, nrc hereby for Spring is constantly arriving to keep up witli matters political as well notified that jn election will beheld In the town and our $8.50 Clay Worsted Suit of ol as literary,asked us the other day what is on Crab Orchard at the 1894, at athe Harrit House Saturday, April ;th, o'clock p. m , to I $ far superior to anything on the market. We are in splendid shape the meaning of Seignorago as used in the elect five is directors for th eruulnc vesr. 8.jt J H.COLLIER, 1'ieiident, Bland bill. The general meaning of the for the Spring trade. word is something taken hy virtue of PTJTB3LIG Cai't. J. K. GitoiH'ir, who used to run sovereign prerogative. In tho bill reon this division, got a verdict of $(1,250 ferred to it is the toll deducted from bulasalnst the N. N. A M. V. railroad Fri- lion brought to a mint to be coined, or day. He whs permanently injured in a rather the difference between the cost of A wreck last year, besides losing one eye. a mass of bullion and tho face value of the pieces coined from it. On Monday, April 9, 1894, Hkm. Marshal Win. Springer, of It takes a prohibition contest to stir County Court d.iv for Lincoln county, I will zell Pittsburg, took Walker Brown, of London, to louisville Friday where he was up bitterness and bile in a community. betorr the louiI hniito door in bUnlord, Ky , a too, since it is regarded as very detirable tract of held over in tho sum of 200 to answer It is Ht a mors1 question and is usually champibefore the Federal grand jury for alledg-eviolation ol the internal revenue oned lv people who profess to have been lying on leading of the birnagdn. The two great parties can Ifoi.i tholoth tides(,sp and county road 1'ilceby laws. Hall's Vynebiii . wav of Pleasant I'oint church, 10 Kin.ville. It conduct a canvass and hold an election is mile from Tin: Dewey Heywood Concert Com- without tho semblance of a hsnl feeling, of distant Sone G railroads Klncsvilln, the janetin V where there it a depot, the C pany were to giro one of their excellent express and telegraph oltUc. The county road but so soon as a prohibition tight Is on, mentioned is the line of the turn pike to be built MM performances last night at Walton's OpKtnssvillo The the devil is to pay. One reason in that the coming summer to rolling land, and isfarm ismostly letel or irently excelera HoiiHt. Should you rend this beforo prohibitionists are nothing lrtly improved beini;, alt under good fenre and the ' tho performance began you are reminded an abundant e ot timlwr for fencing and tUlleM prOSCriptnn and unwilling ,n havmc and abundance of excellent water. Also ,,rW(Kxli you will mls a treat If you (nil to that havine a imnlorlaMp and commmllnus dwelling. grant a man the right to think unlese ho good a fine ttanlen stocked with flue attend. thinks as they do. This spirit has driv- ihi.iI! fruits and a snlcndid orchard In order to clean up, we will sell all prints we have on hand . of the land Is cleared and ready Tnc vote in the liuslouvllle precincts en many good men from their support vatlon.and tho ml is fmt class for the vction Tho dwelling is within nuarter of a mile of a wits very full. Asofssor Kennedy's lint here and elsewhere. church, school and postnnicti, and the neighborhood is a good one It is a most dosirahle homo. booXsshowa voting population of 787 lias bad Tllle perfect, and will be Imkcd by a good war n'inc much too previousSpring ami MX) voted. It is said, however, that a very black eye giren it. In fact, old ranty Th plice Is known as the Reed farm within one 'lrms not over 75 per cent, of the negroes are ISoreas has not only knocked it down, with ror One half cash, bslancetho option of eir tho rent Interest or at months' time at 6 per over listed for taxation, owing to their but dragged it out. The mercury began curchatet on six and twelve plenl interest with approved security on tirst note migratory life. it. HELM All Calicoes, including Reds, Indigo Blue, Simpson's, and American to tumble Saturday and yesterday morn- lira on land lor second. W. Hayiikx asks us to ing it had gone down to IS0, just Makaokii J. Shirting at ..SALE OF. freezing. Ice formed thick enough request the water users to lay in n sup ply of water, as he will cut the pipes to bear a man's weigtit and snow came Wednesday in order to extend a side in gusts of wind that seemed to penemain on the cut oil' pike and insert a trate one's very marrow. At this writhydrant neat Mrs. I on Shanks. It may ing every living bud seems to havo been As Executor of W. M IIIsRins, deed., t will be shut oirall day. killed, as well as many of tho tenderer sell at public auction on the premises on treea. Tbo farmer and the gardener, May 31, 1894, Thk performance of the Keed Sisters who hadn't learned that neither two put the Christian Endeavor Society Jh swallows nor many pretty days in March The Farm of. in the hole. Counter attractions and make a Spring, are realizing that . Acres of Land, failure to make the necessary ellbrt ac they have labored in vain, and are kickAcres in count for the loss. The entertainment ing themselves for exerting themselves Aboat 75 situated 4 cultivation now , the remainder mil s from Crab Orchard. 1 in srass, mile wiih enjoyed, especially tho part in which unnecessarily. It is 6afe to say that there miles from Stanlord and railroad. from Cedar (.'reck K: N on Two story frame tho "president'1 took a part, and ac will be no fruit of any kind in this sec- Matlon.four the L. also dining room andkitchtn, rroms house, porches. Arc, good cistern, xmc.Ve house, an ice Ih quitted himself most creditably, lie house, domic cabin in yard, larpe barn, two corn tion this year. Indeed a man of mauv parts. criln, two bucey houses and a lllacksmith bhop, ... ITotios. Co rue Desirable Homestead. .u ioo Acres of Land SAlS and : See Us. HUGHES & TATE. ... iu, d I' wMclM 1 II LOW ed Ihree-fourt- fsrc-ilti- T IS WEEK, ONLY, d. bo-lo- Land, Stock. Crop, &c. Thursday, 234 New Lancaster Ginghams, Apron Check and Dress Styles at 1 Tcol,Vc. Swoope'Hiiame must not bo dragged into the scandal, adding that he will personally protect his brother's memory. Sim-il.significant notices are suit! to have Hewdon. of the come from the sou and Ma. J. Ottkmikimkh, one of its owners, late Senator lt"ck. The judge has taken -' Bends us n prospertus containing beautiof Park In the Adiron-dack- s under advisement the admissibility fnl views at Forest Dr. Low Is' deposition. of Pennsylvania. It embraces four hotels, which are complete in all largo Hasten was not a typical day. Heavy clouds overhung tho skies all day and a their npjK)inttnontfl. Wk take pleasure in presenting b pic biting wind milled to the rawnesi of the ture of Mibs Annie Green in her new atmosphere. Hats and dresses prepared for tho occasion had to be discarded for spiingwrsp. It is not as good a of her, however, nsit la cf tho wrap. winter attire. Only two ladies ventured A newspaper cut could hardly do that to display KiHter hats at the church our handsome young lady Justice. reporter attended and they looked like they wished they hadn't. , CITY AND VICINITY. Shot. Mr. Jesse M. Alverson, who A. Har Ni.w corn planter i'lb at Farris returned from Richmond yesterday, tells din's. us that Jim Shanks anil Mike Uuckley, Tuv our new vapor stoves. W. H two young men tinder the influence of liqupr, got into a scullle Sun day night, Wearen & Co. plow points, throe for when Shanks got mad, and drawing a Omvkk chilled pistol, tired at Uuckley. lie mifsed him 51, at W. II, Wearen A Co.'h. however, but tho ball plowed a hole inlines, hooks and tlshing to Mike Ferry's thigh, making a painful Jointkii rode, wound. Shanks spent the night in jail. tackle generally at V. B. McHoberts' ir son-in-law THE RUM SALOON MUST GO. disi'atcii from Washington says that a brother of the late A. M. Swoope The People Said So Yesterday has notified Col. Ilreckinridgo that Majority of 24 A And by a 1 he farm will beoftered intwo tracts aiid as a whcle. Land notes will bear interest In 6 irom Jan. 1, i34S. l percent. One-thir- d months; onu third in ia months and one-thi- rd In 18 months. Good school in mile of house. a 3 5 1 1 SEVERANCE & SON. like-iu-- a year-ol- d steer. male cow. ScaUes j sows and pigs. 13 shoals. 1 male tins the election, yesterday, everything passgood bugy mare that a lady can a work honos. ing oil amiably and pleasantly. Both drive. 1 young marc in foal by HacMy's saddle horse. sides worked hkoTrogans and the women 3'i head of sheep God bless them, kept the church bolls S iambs. HomeUold and kitchen turoltiire, farming going from early mom till close of day. such as shovel and turning plows, 1 hay wapon, 1 It was a littlo trying on weak nerves at rake, I mowmir machines, rocVaway, spnnc wagon, corn shelter, t co n tirbt, but we got to like it and hope it cruther, 1 wheat fan, t straw cutter, plow gear, etc. Also a lot ol bacon, lard, vinegar, corn hay, will bo continued all tho time. straw, etc. dry 155, w et, OS A No :i track of knob land ol o acres, well tlm No. 1 Court-hous- e, bered, on Ottcnheim piko noar Cox's Gap, sold majority Jry 57. separate. $10 cash. All overdue Janu All dry 133, wet 122, ma- nry 1, sums under interest from day of sale and No. with secured Dy personal secuni jority dry 11. W II H1GG1N-- ', Ex'or No. 3 Kne.ino House, dry 147, wet 1 1 1 Is Great Exultation and Gladness Among the Drys. Tiikiik waa no trouble of any kind at There cows anil calves. cows without calves Alderncr cows with calves. WALL nishes, &c. : PAPER Alabastine, Var- Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. My stock is sure to please you in DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. A full stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, , tS-s-, HATTX: XOXJH H3SFAXHX3STG Before Spring Cleaning. SSl-- -- DOE 15l, majority wot 12. No. I -- Kowland, dry 90, wet 122, ma- jority wet 3. Majority for tho drya of 1,020. Commissionor's Sale Of a More-Hou- A. H. PElTlvre, Druggist. III ilSM.SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSM.lSSS.SSSSSS.SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.SSSS1i.SSSl.,S1SSSSSSSSSSSSSiMaiM.,MiMMM,MMa,M 21 in a total voto and Lot nnd the Famous Thk women amused themselves at will sell his fath Hustonvillo and hero by ringing the o'h land and personalty May 31. See c nirch bells almost continually whilo ad. tho voto on prohibition was being taken. i t t. nt nur Kapler window, fhero is At Hustonvillo tho whisky people paid Danks, tho jew them hack when the result was announc-olb- y Bometbing you want, Mn. W. II. IIukhnb olur. ringing tho hotel bells and raising Wo regard pandemonium generally. "Lucv Tatk" is thu name of a little both as equally useless performances wifo of Mr. Jus. Kirl recently born to tho and calculated to do neither side good. , Smith. . Wkt. Tho election in thu Hustonvillo fair and cold; warmer irwT.w.rwn Tuesday night," is the way our weather precinct Saturday resulted in a victory for the wets by a majority of I) in a total dispatch read yesterday. voto of S00. Voting place iSo. 1 stood: goods daily Dry 157; wof 127. No. 129; wet Wk are receiving our now uo. Sam- DO. No. 3, or Turnersvillo Dry 10S; wet and invito you to call and seo wuok- ISO. This gayo a majority of (53 in Husple shoes and Blippora Son. tonvillo proper dry and 73 wet in JoneB it Tlio result ia somewhat of a littlo late, Thk equinoctial storm was a Burpriso to us, though there were indi and with a but it KOt here all the Bamo tho most cations of it several days beforo tho elecYesterday waa ..nirennco. tion. Threo weeks ago there seemed disagreeable day of tbo year. nothiiiK bo certaiu as that it would go . ,int- nrntillilt. dry, but the wets persistently claimed a "PuOllllllTIOS may ut cannot tell. victory and they Beem not to havo reckThis ia something we or watches, buying clocka Hot when oned without their host. Tho prohibiyou well. l)ankB, the Jowolor, will treat tionists wore greatly cast down, but not the prohibition Builiciently bo to keep thorn from catchIt is a Rood thing that AfawmoredayBO fucb ing at straws. A contest ia spoken of on the grouud that the Turnersvillo poll uuu. excitement wouia 1 waa opened and closed by standard time. with. to etart miuds not very etrong . The drys wont wild when tho voto wks announced. It was a hard fought battle LINCOLN CIKCL'IT COUUT. and tho victors havo a right to all the D. G. Slaughter's Admr., l'laintiff,") Notice of Sale A;ain,t joy thoy can get out of their victory. I). G Slaughter's Mrs. & crs, Delt, J The Kowlaud voto was counted and Pursutnt to a judgment herein at the February up hero in half an hour or by tho time termol this Court, the undersigned Commissioner will on tbo Maxvillo vote was announced. It took Noa. 1 and 3 over an hour keeping SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1894, both tho people in suspense and this lletwecn the honrs of 11 A. M., and 3 I. M., on the public square in the town of Crad Orchard, paper from press. Ky , at public outcry to the hlgheet and bsst bidnotwith- der, GREEN URIAH SPRINGS, free Irom tho A very largo voto whb cast, of d' nor or homestead of decedent's w idow. standing tho wretched weather. There claimtract of land ordered to be sold is the The are about 1300 voters in tho precinct and nnd Green llnar Springs property, a popular 1020 voted. Healthful Summer Resort. Tho Istkuioh Jouiinal Is not In conmeddition to crow over tho victory, but it TheSprings are famous for their watcri. bow h to tho will of the majority aud icinal and mlnernl new. The The buildings and tract of land all equipments are acres, s'tuatfd i'j miles from Crab ffill de ita level best to havo the law enon road to well-kno- Grccu : Briar : Springs. Easter Presents Are on exhibition in the window of DANKS, Don't fail : The : Jeweler. to examine our goods when passing and you will find our stock the most complete and our PRICES BEYOND COMPETITION. forced. U-- Dry ut 15-- Turn-ersvill- .,.. iv Yesterday at John Ahbury'a, In tho West End, Win. Asbury, 23, and Miaa Leo Foley, 21, were united In marriage. An enumeration of tho population of Apjiorehuus, Norway, in 1703 showed that l!i0 couples had been over SO years married. John Llttrell, 22, and Miss Martha, old daughter of W. W. Caldtho well, were married at his residence Thursday. Prof. W. A. Whyland, lato of Troy, N. Y., but now of Wayneaburg, and a muBic teacher by profession, waa mar- 18-ye- ar Dnpplng Springs, the Orchard, Ky , comp islng two tracts in one body, toe first conacres and the second, adjoining 1599-10taining acres. On tho former the first, containing 4 MATRIMONIIALMATTERS. acres is reserved to the family of tract nf 15 Mrs, Rhoda btonc the right to use water for famiMr. John Farna, a I, aud Miss Mar-th- a ly purposes from the spring nearest tho present to Peter Kennedy the right to use waWren, IS, wore married at D. G. ter for fimlly purposes.from all tho springs on said trick and also a passway over same to Ins UroiiRhtou'H Sunday. fields adjoining it. The two tracts will be sold us 0 s6-o90-1- CARPETS! I The Commissioner wilt also pursuant to tho judgment herein mt Saturday, the aist day of April, 1891, between 11 A. M.and 3 P. M. at the railway station at Paint Licit, In Garrard Co . sell at public outcry to tho higheit and best bidder, and LOT In Garrard counthe STORE-HOUSty, Ky., situated on the waters of Paint Lick Richmond, Lancasforks ot t reek and In theSpoonvlliethoturnpike roads. This ter, Lowell and be sold free of widow's claim ol dower or will also homestead, The Green llnar Springs and the Store-Hoand Lot will be sold to pay the debts ol the decedent and the costs ol this action, the proceeds ol the renonal property being insulli. dent for that purpose. Terms of Salo. Cru Jit of six months. Ilond with good security rciiulred, payable to the Com missioner, DCariUKU per win. imtit.i nwu uy ui Lien sale ana having the euect 01 a juogmeni reserved on property as additicnal security for II. C. WARREN, purchase price. M. C. L. C. C. E one. have added to my business a line of CARPET - SAMPLES, From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match without wase. If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it here in two days. H. J. McROBERTS. s H I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journat AT WOMAN'S WORLD A Sign of tlio Times IN PARAGRAPHS. I Die Part ofMUiluiu. Publtahad Every Tuesday and Friday l?iS Ixmg .skirts Mint Go, anil tlio Ssuitiir tlio l.eltor. tN over somewhat and exI' "lI&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hustonvlllo, - - Kentucky, tending down of tlio way Wkuu nho lwd CliNdron, aim pMPtlttm Ctsatorik. H 1 Full stock of 1'iiiltaiiJ Ornaweatal Ttea. (.rae lias Just received an esrrllent addition to his frtiin knee to i)kk. This garment was Mail train going North ti 37 pm so l(,(wo ard full that the clfcct was liko Vines, Asparagus, Small Fruits, Shrubs, and sto k of Furniture and lor.Imlly itmleiyn ! all South ..113 pm nsualty foHliil in a nursery estaUlshrnent it. lit Other Ritnj Pi ps your vrifn oly you, as Express train " South.., We sell direct iBlhjAinter ami has e m agents. and examine Silver is also igetil for the repairs it JI pm a short ilicw skirt slightly drawu in at Chilled and bleel Plows as well as North- -. OatalcgHes on application to do nt tlw altar? A nhoit jacket, vest and the lor same No plows stand higher In the cslima ... ..33m the bottom. . ..9 36 a ra II. F. HILl.rNMKYKIt. local Freight in ort n .... tinn Simple '.W'l. tlio fact is, I've never "Perhaps you would not think so, but a veiy 5 bOUtQ........ Lexington, Ky. and or the public than Iheie. tt is itotk nl hainr.a ..107pm shirt front, with regulation tie. completsaddles is latger than cvtr. Has alo adCed larKC prip.i'lion of diteaMs in New Yelk conies Tha latter trains alio carry passenger. ed tlio viMble eotumo. At the tjp and dared to test her! Brooklvn Life. a line ol llujgie. Surreys and Slntes Irem carlessness about catching cold " says Dr. The above is calculated on standard time Solar over all D. S. CARPKNTKR n. "It is such a simple thing and so SyrHS Kds ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF wits worn a coat lenchintr well ime is about 10 minutes faster. owmn that very few people, unless it Is a cair KiMtcrn )iuluuny. toward the bottom of tho trouser-etto.- i. down nl pntHimoiiia, pay any attention to cold. Ntw York Is otic ot the liealthist placr on the Atlan- A QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Mej; wore over her high shoos legtic Coast and yet there are a great many cases of gings that ramo up under tlio trouscr- catarrh and consumption whLh have their origin Galnc North train. piss Junction City a fol.Mei1, women ami lioys stared at in this ueitlrct ol the simplest precaution of ctrry 6 a.m. Ves. ettt8. Vestibule starts lows: At Kingsvillo, Kontucky. K. U. KIL.EY.lProprlotor, tlay I fe. The most sensible auvlco is. when you tibuw Limited 3 p. m. Local is 55 m Florida her, lint women, poor fools, woro her Hy all have one get rid ol it as soon as Limited 1:1 a in mtans co r.Ht neglect it" Dr. Kdson does not hor over London, - - - Kontucky. South-- N. O. Vestibule u 5? p. m. Florida severest critics and talked s assignee oftilass A' Joknson, I will, until Take tell you how to cure a cold but vvc will p m i:ji p. m. openly nt'd inerciie.xsly. Women do Llmitelu Lcit I have moved to my new Hotel iand am betlsr Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will relirethe turther notice, sell Vestibule arrives S 40 p. m. lungs, aid expectoration, open the ectttions and prepared than ever to accommodate the public. initko 1110 mad sometimes till 1 stop to soon effect a permanent cure Good Livery attached and every cooveuicoc decent but15 and jo CASH! nied. Give me a call. COST think they don't know any better. Mog tles for sale by Dr. S (. llocker, druggist. FRANK KII.KY. 7; Falh Branch Jellico Coal Co., heard Huno good looking New York men The stock of merihandlie at Kingsvllle which say they liked tho dress and thought it aunrantood Curo. Glass Johnson assigned to me for the benrlit of Miners and shippers of the GENUINE We autlionie our advertised druggist to sell ) ou thslr creditors I'hn stock consists of Dry Cihi.Ii, was tho proper thing for all women. Dr. Kinu's New Discovery lor ChiuMmhi. Hoots, Shoes, ltatt,apa, Notiuiis, Grxerits, Ac While was stared at and guyed Coughs and Colds, upon this condition, if jou 'I his is a fine chance for bargains. Any person are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, drsiring to bur the stock as a whole will du well somewhat during tho journey, sho was Throat or Chest Trouble andwill use this remedy to call on me for terms. Try it. We are the sole agents tor Stanford land not mobbed, as Lucy Stono and Miss AnJKLL1LO rKNNKSSKK, All persons indebted to the firm must come up according to direction., giving it a fair trial and Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and KDWARD ALCORN, esnurince no benefit, you may return the bottle and settle with roe crossing. thony wero 10 yeais ago. But tho most Trustee Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, and base your money relmided. We could not 6 HIGGINS A WATTS. Prop. important point of her experience is make this offer If we did not know that Dr Kings New Discovery could be relied upon. It never this: Sho found tho costume so light, disappoints Trial bottles free at A. R Penny'a The beat hotel In tne city and the only one with ! comfortable and convenient that she is "Waal, now, if that don't bent nil. drugstore Latge site ;nc and $1. a sample room for drummers hspciu attention going to wear it all tho rest of her life, Fvo just lwen readin about them Coloto the traveling public Rates J. UuciCiln'sArntcri Salve. and her portrait in Tho World looks as rado rainmakers, and now I heo they'vo The stockholders of the Danvi le and Crab OrThe best alve In the world tor cuis, bruises Attour Fruit Farms and Nurseries ono mile West though she had grit enough to keep her got a cleariug house in Now York." chard pike are requested to meet at the First NaTil K OLD sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap-pof Kmgssille, Lincoln county. We have as fine a tional Hank, in Stsnford. on SATUKDAV, APR. word. It gave her a sense of lightness Lifo. hands, chilblains, corns and all skin crup stock uf Fruit Trees as any man esr handled, 1891, tor the purpose ol electing directors for 7, tlons and positively cures piles or no pay requir ready lor transplanting nto orchsrd and garden and freedom that sho never knew before the ensuing yesr. JACK HOSLEY, cd. It is guaranteed to givt. perfect satis! acorn this Fall Orchards of Apples and Peaches will Hie DlfTerencc. President. a woman could feel. It was as if sho or money refunded loco 15 cents per bra, be assorted to suit customris at Jio per hundred g SAM II WARNACK.Pror. Th. trees are nice, the varieties the best. o' sale by A R. Penny, Stanford. Ky. had wings. Among tho costumes deneeded to mako home attractive and the by tho Boston Rational Dress la- KENTUCKY. vised For clnulats London, children happy will be found here address J. A. Mi KICK ft CO., dies aro several that aro really beautiful Kiugsvilie, Ky. Co 64 Refitted and rsfurmshl .d in every way preand artistic. Of some things I am cerpared to attend tho wants ol the public Rates very reasonable tain as that I am alive. Ono 1e that or stankord,:ky . not many years will elapso till women B?ro r Is now lully organised and ready for business wiu aio emancipated from tho awful slavery saaKwrvf r Sv:'i?Si Or, E. C. Wetl's Nerto and Brain Treatment of long skirts outdoors. Another Is that Paid up Oapitaljof - - $200,000 We have opened on Hepot Street a t sold under poiltivo written guarantee, by author-lieagents only, to euro Weak Memory; Loss ol soon tho idea' of beauty in feminino llutcher Shop, where wc will keep at all times the Hiring secured the services ol Miss Msttie AlL -'- OOO Surplus, . Driwuand Nerve Power; Lost Manhood; Quleknes; best meats that the o untry affnrda. We will han- len from Cincinnati as Trimmer for this season, I Night Looses; Evil Drenrnx; Lack of Confidence; dress will change eo much that a short dle nothing but the best and will cordially invite the ladies to Inspect a caivfully LINCOLN NATIONA1 SUCCESSOR toTHK NerTonsness; Lnaltude; nil Drains; Losof Power dress will look prettier to us than along selected stock ot Millinery at prices to suit the uf the Generative Grimm In eahr sex, cnusod by 11ANK OK STANFORD, The ladles are Youthful J'rrsw, or Excelvo Uso of one, for all rxnpt house gowns. A fow CASH ONLY, lines. Stamped Linen Invited te an my nice, aew Now closing up) with the omi assets and undsi SEIJL line ol afcd Kahrudtrv M.tsrla Tobacco, Opium or J t'inr r. which eoon lead to plucky and brainy girls and women liko the same management. Miser, Consumption. IVktti.lty rnd Death. Uy mall, MISS LlCCIt IIKAZLKY, By provisions of its chatter, depositors arc ai As we can not keep books. Our customers will a box; for 5; with written cuurnnteo to cure or Meg Merrilics will mnko this most needII Stanford, Ky. fully protected as ate depositors in National be. served in the best style nd we solicit the refund money. iVKST'sH'tUUUKYHUl'. A certain of the public We alio bur good torn fed Hanks, its shareholders being held individual!! cure for Coughs, Colds A tviun, Ilnmcbltls, Croup, ed reform march forward with seven CO , and hogs. ANDF.RSON CAKR "Whooping Couk'ii, Si m Thrtat. Pleaant tntake. Mrs. Hays (tho fanner's wife) What liaolo to the extent ol the amount of their stock cattle leagued boots. Manford, Ky. 8! 3m Small size discontinued; nl l.r.to. size, now 2w,; o value good does Sunday do me? Here it's 4 therein at the parin suchthereol, iu addition to thai SI tizo, now We. OUAKA Ifcry Issued orJv by shares. It may act amoulit It is n pleasure to read tho Xew York o'clock, and I haven't sat down since I executor,invested administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully ai sn individual. A. R. PENNY, Ky. Sun's verdict on thnt gifted and indus- got up. I To those who entrusted their bulsiness to ui trious young woman, Mary E. Wilkiuu: McKINNKV. KV while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank ol SunBill Bingo (tho hired GOING., "Miss Wilkins must henceforth take her day suits me. Ef you man) Waal,down Stanford, we wc here tender our many thanks and .IF YOU ARE I have bought above hovn't sot mentioned Hotel at trust they will continue to transact their businest place among tho most able, tlio most seuco you got up, I and have attached a hevn't got up senco I with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atttn sympathetic and most enviablo authors sot down. I have rented the sewing room of Mrs. Kate Dud uon to same, our twenty years experience is Truth. derar's Milliucry Stole, and w ul be ready to srrv. Firat-Clas- a banking andas liberal accommodations as arc of this country." THE...... Bar and Fool Boom. the publit alter Starch nth I ask a liberal sharx with sound banking. of your patronage and will guarantee satisfaction Does a woman grow old faster than a Hive repaired and relurnlihed lha Hotel and Causo Tor Thanks. All unlets before that date am better than ever in every respect niKxcroHi: man? Not if sho has any brains. will be gladlv received by Mrs Dudderar. J.J. Williams, ML Vernon; Ml-- S JLNNIK Cl'NMMSIIAM, b. H. Shanks, Manford; A woman is first of all n human beof Louisville Ky, Prepared to Accommodato the j. f J. S. Owsley, Stanford; ing, after that a wife and mother if she Public. S.J. Etnbry, Stanford; wants to bo. But it must bo exactly as J. It. Owsley, Stanlord; Hpecisl attention to Commercial Men. she pleat.es. Louisville 4 Nashville R. R. Stable attached. J. F.; Cash, Stanford; i line Uvery and Feed W Gil KEN, ! William Gooch, Stanlord; Proprietor. Recently a poor woman with n baby . JES8 ROUT, Manager-A. W. Carpenter, Mllledgrville, Ky in hor arms stood in hor miserable homo Es the line for you, as its W II. Cummins, Preachersville Always en hand Two doors above with two other children, scarcely moro S. II. Shanks, President, floor, than babies, beside her on tho Tho Nobicst and Nicest Goods? Dr. J 'II. Owsley, Cashier, Make close connections at Iler husband camo in crazy drnnk. Hu W. M. Bright, Teller. Can be had in the market Prices lower than the LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI seized a chair and struck her n terrible lowest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and For all points. blow in tho back with it. Then ho btiforc busing jsANFOHD, KV., NATIONAL BANK eiamineKate Dudderar, Manager DUDDKKAR. MAltV DAVIS THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. kicked her about tbo floor. A pot of Stanlord, Ky Mrs. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH boiling coffee sat upon tho Etovo ready OF STANFORD, KV COMMKkCIAL 1ILOCK For any information enquire of for this maniac's supper. Jo grabbed JOES. KICK. Agent, Stanford, Ky Or it and attempted to empty it over her Capital Stock '.V. A. MeQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now as sho lay. A littlo girl who lived with In my charge and I Intend to conduct ll ao as to I Junction City, Ky Surplus them sprang between to protect tho aol only maintain its hleh reputation, but to add m to Its long list ol friends. Special accommodaA. G. Lanham mother. Tho boiling coffee burned both JohnJU. Castleman. tions for commercial travelers and fine rooms for Attention of the public is invited to th fac severely. By that timo, beforo ho had thsdlsploy of samples. that this is the only National Rank in Stanford s tors was tinrned rrlday nignt, reti at, 04. My iiank Act ' iri(j I think robbed ol part of Its contents and for Under the provisions of tne quito murdered his wife, policemen had depositors are secured not only .by the capital win iAlFlrst-Clas- s ne ,rrt.,t ,nd cousiction of guilty parlies Miss Pert What do you think of Miss stock, but by the stockholders liability lor aa'p,,,,,,, Saloonl nrrived and after n battlo secured tho J. a iia.ii.iio.h3, . amount euual to the stock, so that depositors ol Plane? And UILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached monster. As usual, when ho was brought iiuvmr, nj of $400,000 JOSKPII COFFKY. Mr. Toots Well, sho can't bo called this institution are secured by a fund of the bans to trial, the judgo"regrotted that tho law Five (worn statements of thecondition handsome, yet I think hers is a faco that arc made each yearto the United States governdid not permit him toeentenco this man ment and Its assets are examined at stated timet V II MILLKK. A. S. J H. SOWDKR. to morosevero punishment." If women grows on one. by government agents, thus securing addititona Miss Pert Well, I'm glad it didn't end perfect safety to depositors. voted, such monsters would got tho punSURGKO.V DKNTIST OF & SOWDER, MILLER This institution, originally established as th grow on 1110. Exchange. ishment they deserve. Deposit Dank of Stanford in 1858, then Drug Store in the new irrd as th Nitional Hank ol Stanford in 1S63 and Office over McRoberts MissS. Coles Gray is secretary of tho as the First National Hank ol Owsley Hull ding again Wujslde Ilui!irteo. BARBEE&OASTLELVIAN staafard 5 Meg Merrilles, tbo brilliant reporter tlio N"W York World, lately made a trip fivin New York to Bonton 11ml back srarWhen not so paid S.oO will be charged.wearing tbo a railed Ikwton lationnl dress. Tlio main i:tpn.rtim from tlio lino of onHii.it.v dn.-- j for women K. C, LOCAL TIME CARD. in her "trcw.rrttcs," which wero Train i.aves Ilowiand at 7:00 a., ra., returning Turkish tri'tiwr" miido very full, tlio Pir.lt V1CA.U TV AUVAXCJC of JK.r.--V.W- 4 eon-sl-rc- rl 7 sifwajr,1 I ' i3 . . L" I A tvrA' rheumatic nam 111 tne left shoulder had troubled Mr. J II Loper, a well known druggist At cf Dcs Molnc., Iowa, lor ever six months limes the pain was so severe that he could not -- ANDlilt auytlii' g With all he could do he could not I would like to exchange uet rid of it until he applied Chamberlain's Pain he it," llalm "I only made three in says, "And have since been free from all psin " He now recommends it to prisons similarly arflict-elmpromlr Mn proved, Inr sime S. G. Ilockvr, druegist. It is ft sale by Dr. M N11A M KtNtt establishment and saddle er hainess horses Will oien Main street, StanI) T. CIIKSslNUr, ss-- tl " th pink LOlt.ige on A pill 1. They ford, and be ready to irceiveordtrs latest and mint fa.hioeald' patterns and use tne guarantee satislai tlon A trial Is inilicileil 'im Mrs. Coroy Saunders Mrs. .NOTICE T son.e d. Harris Hamilton Urt Ronl Estnto Cotbln, Ky., good Slalllons 11 Corbm, Ky. r3 1IX.J i 4 fiil!)ni fullin-- ; W Wtrwi Itaby mm aVst, ww mr Cantor!". W)rrfi aim wak it Ctttk!, isht) orlwl for Cnttorin. Vrn sm ikhiw Mk nh oJwrjs; to CuMnris. nv Orchard, Lawn, Garden. exet-Vthln- U.S. 0A11PENTEK, well-know- At the old stand ol J. II. Groeo, In two-thir- g 1 .a,......-......- Stock of Merchandise THE RILEY HOUSE Hluc-Gra- sl P- - HIue-Gr-as AT FOR A-- Original Jellico Coal. Tlio Floroxioe ECotol, rail-to- ad tf Turnpiko SJleotion. Fruit Trees For Sale 3J-"- u eJ JACKSOIT HOTJSE, I.very-thin- NEW Farmers Bank&Trnst trtER LIFE 2Tw Moat FOR Slaop. nrst-class 1 I d TO THE XjADIES. orer-exertlo- C pit-rona- A-- Stanford, Commercial News For The Ladies Hotel, KTORTBC WEST, cos-inte- I '; Double Dally Trains ( ft iiiiiiiXjinsriEJiEe'r Pest-OlU- JO) THE GOFFEY HOUSE FIRST JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. $200,000 21,300 $100 REWARD ROYAL LIVERPOOL. MANAGERS, 1 tl nsurance Company PRICE, - -- s Ujounrca Building, Louisville Acaati throughout the Ssuth. ; Franklin Park Racing us&ociation at Franklin, Mass. Women aro admirably fitted to bo tho St i? W. A. TRXB3LE, Local Agont, STANFORD, KV. WIFT'S SPECIFIC FOR renovating the entire system, eliminating all Poisons from the Blood, whether of scrofulous or malarial origin, this has no equal. . . rep-arati- "For eighteen months I had an eating sore en my tongue. I was treated by test local fhysnians, tut s fid Is also gradually grew worse. I finally took S. S. S., and was entirely cured after using a few bottles!1 C. li. .McLlmore, Henderson, Tex. obtained no relief; the sort TREATISE free. Tub Swift Specific on Blood and Sldo Co., Atlanta, Ga. KOlt A CLEAN Suave, Stylish Hair Cut, Or a Nice, Refreshing Bath Go to Jesao Thompson's Barber Shop, ajent for the Lexington St can. Laundry. The Boat in the Country. work tho ladies board ia doing to help tho international and cotton stales exposition, "If tho men don't look out, tho women will excel thorn." Instead of working for woinon, It is better for men to give women a chance to work for thenibolves. Mrs. Lydia J. Crano of San Francisco is one of tho best riilo shots in that city. At a meeting of tho Columbia Pistol and Rlllo club recently bIio did eomo target shooting with n heavy Winchester rifle that made tho crack shots of the clnb open their eyes. Women aro ad mitted as annex members to tho Columbia club. Margery Daw of tho New York Press declares she signed tho 1,000,000 petition for woman suffrage in Now York state, and she does not intend to wear old bonnets or patched gloves this sura-meither. Of all the nowspnper correspondents in Paris none understands French politics and society better thnn Mrs. Emily Crawford of the Lcndon Daily News and Truth. Her husband was correspondent of Tho News beforo his death, after whiih the took bin place. Her mind is brilliant, nccurato and logieal. What sho knows shu knows with precision and can it without slush of words. Her range of knowledgo is very wide. liz.v AitciiAito Conner. or thine heart upon him?" Whatever you undoitakoto learn, find Cold Callahan Say, Indy, that thero out all there is to ho known concerning it. Don't let thero be any humbug gag yer alius tryin 'bout bein n flood sufferer never seems to work, does it? about it. Indolent Ivers Now; dat's why I like Tho Atlanta Constitution Bays of tho it so well. Puck. A Ilevelittlun. furnishers and decorators of houses as well as the architects of residence buildings. They know better than men what is wanted in a homo. Accordingly, alter tho hotiM) is built and finished as to its walls, tho woman decorator and furnisher should tako it in hand, decorate tho walls, halU and 100ms nrtistically and furnish it according to the rules of tho beat taste. And it takes a trained artist to do this. Text for women from Job vii, 17, "What is man that thou shouldst set & QJi!4rjr -- 'J c ' r- - iGT tttk. lZ arffltK-g! ) Ji--- .. w m m, "aXsjJCiaa Stanlord lo iS3, has had practically an umnter- rupted extstenceof is years tt is better supplied now with tacilitiesfortransactiugbusiness prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firmi and individuals respectfully solic ted. The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Forestus Reid, Lincoln county; S, T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford ; S.II. Ilaughman,(Lincoln; J, S. llocker. Stanford; W. A. Tribble, Stanford; M. D. Klinurc, Stanford; T. V. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J .Miller. Mt. Vernon J. S llocker, President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; A A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. REAL -:- ESTATE - Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, Ky. Practical CARPET WEAVER, Has lately purchased the celebrated Donlors and Brokers, STANFORD. - KflNTUOKY. property" for sal.. Fine Mine Grass Farm ot and finely imprtseu. 1 Office Intem-- r Journal lluilding jj)t acres oil pue Newcorab wc-r- s. Farm of io finely impioved. Offered at low pries. And is prepared to d all kinds of Carpel and Rug Wcatnig, Faiuy weaving on Shawls, Murfiars, 4 Fine Hlue Grass Farm, of 105 hlgti 1 y work guarantee state ol cultivation, well unproved; acre, Inlow KU Call and examine offeied 86 jm t first ) 7. Illue Grass Farm ol iji acres, on pike, two miles from Slanloid; good land, low price and on easy tetrus. 11 Fly Shuttle Loom, au, .inn. Illuc-gras- s R, DIMMER "" '""' 7 M Dealer In In Groceries, Candies. mw-V- ' Fancy Goods, Fruits, &c. Desires to thank you for your patronage during the year which is almost gone and asks a continuance during the coming year. 8 to is Town lots in Stanford In areas to suit purchasers, 17 Ninity. three aero fine (arm wit exec lenj mill. dsr!iiug and other Improvements, on pike, Dealer In- 4 milis Ironi Maulurd. J Large blue grass larm, capable of division Intc smaller farms Desirable in every Window tf.lft.K.- lar. Olfcred low and ou very cas terms, partiGU' I a6. Good frame building; well finished ou Main street, in Ksstern part of htanfoad MATTRF.SMtSKS, AC. Will sell at a bargain 75 feet front, 200 back. m Small farm ol ,1o acres, a miles Itom Staufcrd : : welllmproved, at a bargain. 31. Farm of 60 acres on Hanging Turk, near Turnersville rme Ulue grassland, fronts on pike, with good Improsements and nice FURNITURE STORE joung orchard. Prico low. Tho and cotisge, nicely and 3. Hotel, Is now full of the latest stylet and designs the convenientlyinlocated, near depot In London, Ky Nine rooms dwelling, four 100ms in cottage afford manufactures btore houseof3rcoins All new buildings. Also good barn. Lot 100 x 300 feet Fine location tor Children's Rockers, Oak lied Room Suites, store and hotel. Will sell cheap an on easy terms. Nursery Chairs, " " Walnut Jj. Dwelling on Lancaster St , North of Cradles, Cotton Top Mattresses, Six rooms and stotM hnn., fltn.1 M. ...... barn and all necessary outbuilding Picture Mouldings, Ileautlful lied Springs, location. Lot with frontage ijoxjoo feet. Terma Pictures of all Kinds, lied Lounges, reasonable. Curtain Poles, Couchos, Cottage with s rooms; good cistern, 34 Single Iltds, Hall Trees, Nice L'ardcn. Front.ge 150x130 feet on North side K Main St., Stanlord. Will exOpaijin Window Shades Hat Hacks, change for personalty or realty at a bargain. Children's Ilcds, Kitchen Safes, Lounges, China Closets, Centre Tables, Writing Desks, JAMES YKAGER. THOMAS YKAGER. Cutting Tables, Office Tables, Dining Chsirs, Rocking Chain, Children's high Chairs Receplicn Chairs, Rattan Itockers in cherry. 1 W. W. WITHERS, Mk two-sto- ry Stanford, NEW Kentucky. store-hous- 1 rail-roa- d. Miss Pinkerly What an awfully pretty son you Live, Mrs. Calloway! Won't you como and kiss mo, Willie? Willio (doubtfully) I guess I hadn't better, mamma. Sho wouldn't bo satisfied with one. Mrs. Calloway WThy, Willie, what an ideal Willio (triumphantly) Well, that's what my big brotLer Bays! Brooklyn Life. When Hungry try one of his I am ready to accommodate my customers with Li'",- - YEAGER & YEAGER, mi and STANFORD, LOWEST CASH PRICES m mm, H.Y. 25 CTS MEALS CAIL A1TD SEE ME My prices shall be your satisfaction. On anything they want in my line. We are In our new stable in Ilia Opera iilock aud are well supplied with Houss NEW RIGSAND. HORSES Have been purchased and noth urnouts will leave the,stablo, And you will, certainly go back and try him again. Opposito tho Coffey Houso. W. W. WITHERS Give tlicni n Call. k.