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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894033001 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. mn; vr?RfWr ,.., - xry, r , lijfr70tf'-- r TwP!rT,!srr5' v. I:, Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXII. WILUAMSIURC, Miflfl s: WHITLEY COUNTY. MIDDLEBURC, CASEY COUNTY. A Blfl Crowd Interior Journal STANFORD. KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 30. 1894. -- NO. 9 1 -- SOMERSET. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. NolHo Fnrrla entertained n fow h. ot lior frlonda last Saturday ovenlng. Kldorll. L. Mnrkln, of Floridn, preach od nt tlio Christian church Tuesday oven-iujj- . Tho Literary Society oltho Acadomy Kavo nu open session last Friday even Several fishing pnrtleii nro on tlie river now hut the cold snap will spoil thoir fish. InK wo fear. i &' l 1 J. J. Kubanks' horse ran away with a hugey on Main street last Saturday. No damago was done. Kxorcises will ho hold in the Christian church next Sunday evening under ho auspices ol tho W. 0. T. U. ChaB. Finloy went to Knox county Sunday. It is rumored that Charley will be a candidate for Congress this fall. Tho regular quarterly meeting was hold nt tho M. E. church Saturday and Sunday. Presiding Elder S. K. ItamBey was present. Several young men, and among them your correspondent, went op to Sutton's mill last weok and caught about 125 pounds ot fish. Tho littlo child of Mr. Lt L. 1'cnco caught firo laBt Sunday evening, but tho flames wero extinguished before it was burnt much. Capt. 8. V. D. Stout went to Somerset Sundny, to attend circuit court. Commonwealth Attorney 0. V. Lester, is at Somersot this weok. -- Mr. T. L. Dird went to Louisville last Monday. A. 8. Potry spent Sundny in Pino Knot. Dr. P. A. Pennington went to KdoxvIIIo Tuoedny morning. Tho winter term of both of our schools closed last weok and tho spring term opoued Tuesday. Wo hope they willcoutluuo to llourlsh as they have done. Somo of tho toughs of tho town sent to Jellco last Saturday and got somo mean whisky, and Monday morning they were In tho police court, with bruised heads and red eyes. They wero promptly fiued and'most of thorn sent to jail, for tho town to board during tho cold We are sorry to seo our democratic friends In Laurel county gottlng Into trouble. Wo think at ft final election in tbeso countiea where they are so strongly republican and no democrat is runuiug the democrats should use their votes to help elect tho best man but we do not tblnk a domocrat should allow himself to become entangled with them by voting in a primary. He can not foresee what may bo in tho future and he should always bo In a position to make a fight for his party. Let us stand back nnd let them bo responsible for tho local government until wo Bee a chance to chango It. d Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whitehead friends last aboutWof thoir young Monday ovonlug In honorof Messrs. Chhrlea Harris and Sidney Johnson of Mt. Sterling. Their home was brilliantly lightod and when tho guests arrived tbey were received In a moat cordial manner by their hostess and made to fee.' that everything was theirs for the time being and aftor4a few hours of enjoyment tfft itueaU were shown to room whore refreshment served In elegant tatyle. Tho wero time piuwml rapidly away and before any one renhr.od the fact, the hands on tho dial of tho clock wore both pointing towards tho heavens and the time hml come for t(io guests to depart, giving their hoHt ami hodtess many thanks for enter-Uinethe-diniug Eggs are Boiling in this market nt Ot cents per dozen. Tho third Saturday in April will bo liorflo show day here. Bro. Montgomery held a fow day's meeting nt Grove last week. Mr. Ellsba Gilford, who lost his houeo by fire, will rebuild at once. Jesse Dooley who Is a candidate for jailer in this county, says ho was born a republican, and Bys bethinks ho cast his first voto for Georgo Washington. Mr. Caleb Jones in vory low at tbo homo of his son, Mr. William Jonefl, nt South Fork, with cancer of tho face. He is not expected to live hut a short time. Mlsa Bottlo Bwiggot, of Brush Creek, is viititiiig tier uncle, Mr. Brico Edwards on Indian Creek. Mrs. Major D. Toombs, of the McKinnoy section, visited relatives in this section Saturday. For fear some might infer from our articlo about tho whisky election in Lincoln county, that there is whisky bo ing sold in this county in violation of the, prohibition law, wo will Btatothat such is not the caso. It is true that tbero is no scarcity of whisky here, though it comes from Lincoln county. If there Is a "blind tiger" in the county, we know not of It. There may be somo delay of law, in cases of murder, but when n man calls another a d n socof a b h at Yosemito, they do him up in Bhort order. James Biggc, fireman on W. L. Pierce's train, owed M. Jncobson, a peddler $1 for a pair of gloves and when ho dunned him, Biggs got mad cursed ami called him a d i son of a h h. Jacobson went at once to 'Squire J. A. Wall and obtained a warrant which was placed in tho hands of Constahlo W. E. McWhorter, and in lesA time than it takes to write it, Biggs was arrested and fiued $10. Jacobson tli- - ii garnisheed him and the whole thing cott Biggs a littlo over $17. And everybody said "good." HUBBLE. B. W, Givens sola V. I). Snow some bo-cl- al their klndnes. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. (Advocate.) George D. Batterton has announced himseif a candidate, for assessor on tho republican ticket. Leu Hudson ha just bought about 200,000 pounds of extra good hemp in this and Garrard eountleB at I delivered on tho cars. Moore & Veatch have bought out W. B. Good's coal business on Main atreet, and will run It as well an their grocery on Third streot. Mr. Good will sell a pateut cooking arrangement. i. ar.,1 MrM. n. G. Bovlo will re- .... t.. four wunltn in Louisville, whore Mr. Boyle will be associated with Mr. Richard W. Knott irrtne puuuouiuu ui that good afternoon paper, tho Evening The revival el the Mothodist church continues to increase in interest, ana very sucthere Is every prospect for a mooting. There have already cessful been about 20 conversions and a number of accessions to the congregation. At a meeting of the board of counorder cil, held last night, the ordinance of a bond ing an election on tho question building water iaauo for the purpose ol presented and passed by a works was for deunanimous vote. Tho date fixed Saturday, ciding this vital question la April 14th. Mrs. The Richmond Climax wyB: died at her home America Stephenson 20th, aged 00 years, on Boadway, March native of LinShe waa of paralysis. Owsleya and coln county, related to the people, and lived at -- .i.imminent Orchard before coming to RichCrab mond, about 13 years ago. 1 corn for $- -' '25. 8. Dunbar Is having a neat fenco put in front of his nico dwelling. Wheat is not damaged by tho freeze in this community, as it is rather In its growth. Tho peoplo here aro under many obligations to B. W. Gowen and G. W. Young for their able orations in behalf of prohibition. We aro grateful to our many friends, who propose to give us a day's hauling, in building, and in delivering goods when stock is bought. A. M. Bourne had 20 acres of corn plantod when this cold wavo camo, and he wauts to know if the cut worms will ho likely to bother It now. T. O. Rankin, of Wayne couuty, was up a few days ago on business. Albert McClnro of Casey county, stopped off on his way from Lexington collego to seo nt this place. Eph Euglemau and wlfo have returned from a pleasant visit amonu friends near Vers.illles. Mrs. S. J. llub- blo has received her new teeth. Mies Lizzlu Lay is visiting friends in Danville. Mm. Dr. Cicero Kubanks is spending a fow days at J. W. Eubanks'. A. C. Car- mon Ib able to bo out ag.iln. Tho Hubbies have begun work on u thoir since their JoOO insur-anc- o on the other has been adjusted, and will fall duo May 20, '01. Tney are putting up a house they tiopo to complete for $1)00. Tho workmen propose to deliver the keys by first of May, about which timo J. A. Hammonds proposes to begin business, provided his insurance which is duo then is paid at once. hack-ward store-hous- QUBKN AND 0KK8CKNT RoUTK. "Glillip sps of 102 the World's Fair." A selection of Gems of the White City aeon through half-ton- OBl. UiaO.ru jm. This handsoino volume containing 102 photographic e views of tho entire Exposition, showing all main buidings, all state nnd territorial buildings, ail foreign buildings, grounds, statuary, lagoonsand about 10 views of tho great Midway Plaisance, will ho sent to any address on receipt of 25 cents and five cents for postage. This book has been issued by the greatest of Southern railroads the Queen & t Route and its excellence is without a flaw. A most delightful collection of exquisito viows, in a omall and book. Many such collections are largo and cumbersome. Send your address and 30 cents to W. O, General Passer ger Agent, Cincinnati, O. Ores-conKin-earso- Tho new fish law makes it unlawful to catch fish in any of the running waters of the State by fioine, not or trap except dip net, under a penalty of from $20 to $50, Any person who shall place or cause to bo placed any drug or injuriouH Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your Bubstance or dynamite or other explo-siv- o The Drug-Stor- e with intent to injure tho fish, shall be fined from $50 to $100. Sixty per cont. of tho fines shall be paid to the county and the remainder to the person securing conviction. It is made the duty School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, of circuit judges to give tbe grand juries Liquors for Medical Purposes. Hlinols and Wisconsin, especial chargo concerning the law. Tbe Aa every one knows, contain the moat law allows the use of minnow seines lesa delightful summer resorts in tbe northA Coolrv Creamer in the bouse ialike than 15 feat long and five feet deep to west, and tbey are best reached by the a It doea the work. At be used exclusively for catching ml Call and see us. Wisconsin Central, which has been very aptly termed "the line of lakes." Par- FarriaA Hardin'a. nowa for bait Fishing with trot linea ticular attention haa been paid to this or pole and line is allowed. clasa of travel, and every comfort and Tbe Illinois statuto undor which convenience of passengers looked after. Prendergaat gets a etay ofexecutlon, up The three richeat girls in America There are good hotels at all these retrdata on the plea that be haa become insane are Miss Helen Gould, Miss Virginia which open about June 1st and afford very good accommodations at reasonable since tbe trial, is just like onejthat Ohio Fair and Miss Gertrude Vandorbilt; Misa has, and is based upon the practice of Vanderblldt la worth about $20,000,000, rates. full particulars, For maps and tbe common law. If the jury ahould Misa Gould $15,000,000 and Miss Fair J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. guide books, address Jaa. 0. Pond, Gonl. find blm insane, then be must be held from $3,000,000 to $5,000,000. Passr. Agt. Milwaukee, Wis. 33d, 1894. Tho cash balances in tho trcaaury at for execution until, If ever, ha becomes Hotel Pullman at Hot. Rnrinm AU Bane. If it finds that he la sane, then be tbe close of business Tuesday was $133,-12- Tull eorpi or Conwvttory nd Nornul School teacher. Superior coarse in Literature, Uuiie $4 625, and the net gold $100,040,934. valued at $50,000 was destroyed by 'firo. ' I will be hanged on April 0. Enquirer. Ari. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues tnd circulars furnished on application. Present on the Opening Day of Circuit Court. Monday wan tbo opening day of the spring term of circuit court at Somerset and nn enormous crowd was in town. Tho Pulasklau, as a general thing, is pretty fond of going to town and lie who t got thero when "big court" convenes, evidently haa more Important business, at homo than mere duties of his farm. It is n recreation for them nnd they look forward with much pleasure to their several visits during tho year. Besides tho circuit court to draw thorn, a good many came to seo tho various republican candidates, for countv oillces. The primary com oil April 21st and as there are eoveral candidates, for each office, tho contest is growine livolv and the hoys not only shook the hand of tho clear voter but assisted in shaking some of tho dust out of his dry throat. My old friend, William Catron, is a candidate lor judge and I am told that his chances for defeating present encumbent Groen Trimble nro very (Uttering. Mr. Catron Is the cleverest of clover gentleman and would fill the oillco ai acceptably as auy republican in tho county. William Cooper, another old friend, wants to be sherifi, but Eli Farmer, who represented i'ulaski in tbo legislature several times, desires to fill tho eamo office Mr. Cooner does, and says ho is going to win easy. its even money on cooper, though, and had I boon tho least bit euortivo inclined I should taken somo of- tho Cooper end. Jack Catron, a couiin of William Catron, is working likes Trojan to get tho nomination for jailer and has a big field to fight. Hois a stroni; mau though and his chances of victory are good indeed. in the other races thero is equally as much pulling and bunting and tho inter est promises to reach white heat ere tho day of tho primary dawns. Tho democrats are laying idle and will continue to do so until after the primary, when they will UKeiy hold a convention and nominate a ticket composed of their strongest men and thon wage war on the republican brothers. Somerset has not changed a great deal since I wrote from here during the fair, but has held her own, which is saying a good deal these hard times. Tho merchants eeotu to be doing a good business and the citizens generally are industrious and prosperous. Some building is being done nnd I am told a good many houses are on paper for this sprint; and summer. South Somerset is also growing some and is itself a town of no moau proportions. Somerset is a fourth-clas- s citr nowund a goodly number of her citizens aro sorry ol it. .there is too much tax nbout it, and tix is something that peoplo of email towns can not tolerate. Tho yearly license of $10 to pay, aa has overy business in town, a milk wagon and dirt cart not excepted. It sounds pretty bjg to speak of "our 4th class city," but it comes high. I had tbe pleasure of attending tho Easter Boryicoat the Presbyterian church Sunday night and heard, besides a good sermon, bouio excellent music. The church was beautifully decorated with llowers and evergreens nnd everything lent toward making tho occasion a pleasing and memorable one. Max Manes, who used to manage tho Louisville store in Stanford, is now holding a similar position in G. L. Heyman's handhomo dry goods etoro hero. Ho says ho has more than once wished lie wns back at that place since he left. Many of his Lincoln county friends have indulged iu a like wish. Chief of police "Jumbo" Hughes nnd his several assistants have just donned their spring; uniforms nnd they look just too fine for anything. Somerset is proud of her peace ollicors and pays them well for tho good work thoy do. The Paragon Printing Co., is the biggest thing on wheels. Their oilico and printery aro both on tho ground floor and even the dalles do not surpass them iu style. There are some eight or 10 employes and they wero all as busy as bees while I was in the office. Judge Morrow informed me that tho docket for this term of court was an unusually heavy one and that he could not near complete it in the allotted three weeks. Ho will continuo until he gots through with it, however, notwithstanding it will take up n good portion of his vacation. Judge Sam M. Boone nndaons, Tucker and Sam, left for Lebanon, Monday whero they will begin tho publication of a weekly paper. Tbe namojjwill be The Marion Falcon and the first issue will appear next week. E. 0. W. dot-B'n- Judge J. G, Carter has been quite ill with rheumatism. A German family named Lichleiter, from Nebraska, has located here. Mt. Vernon yet has an wool roll carding machine in operation. Drs. Lovell and Williams performed an operation upon Thos. Adams for appendicitis. W. M. Weber Bold the house now used by M. 0. & D. N. Williams as a Jrug atom, to 0. C. Williams. Mr. II. C. Gentry has three chairs that have been In constant use for 40 vearp, and a littlo flax spinning wheel more than 50 years old. Mr. H. C. Gentry haa a comb that was made by an ancestor 50 years ago. Ho also has a dish 110 years old. Dr. J. H. Lawrence has located at Hyden, Leslie county. Mr. Bcoman, of Louisville, wah hero Wednesday to seo Dr. Lovell's stone quarry. Tho republican candidates to be voted for at tho April primary aro warm-inthings up to fever heat. Three candidates for judge, nine for jailer, etc. Tbo big spring found by digging down in Willis Adams' field near town, furnishes enough water to run 20 factories, and is proving a boon to the mill men. All is not harmouious it' tho republican ranks by a jug full or two. Charges and counter charges and accusations are being exchanged between some of tbo candidates. Three young men, Wnllen, Hayes and Morgan, left for Texas a few days ago. Dr. J. M. Williams left Wednesday for Texarkana to take a Burgeon's position with tho Iron Mountain road. F. N. Bloomer and family left for Mansfield, Mo , yesterday. N. H. Tyreo will shortly begin his dwelling in the west end addition, and Mr. S. II. Martin will do likewise. The sick aro all better. Misses Mattio May and Viunie Adams, and Miss Georgia Creed, are in from Garrard, visiting relatives here. Mr. A. J. Fish, who has been dangerously ill of typhoid fever, is but little, if any better. Dr. Carpenter has been here several times during tho past week to eeo A. J. old-tim- PROGRESS o to COOK - STOVE W. H. HIGGINS. -g-- AT- i I m Before buying elsewhere. W. H. HIGGINS. WE ARE IN IT. Prices lower than any one. g Disc Harrows,. Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters.. See our Spring Stock of - Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. W. L. Withers, Salesman. B. H. WEAKfElT- SEND US YOUR ORDER FOR f Northern Seed Potatoes, D. M. Ferry's (GAMBIIN I Iocs, White-wash SUffiSBSo ' In bulk and package, ONION SETS AND FLOWER SEEDS Rakes, Spading Forks, &c. Brushes, Scrub Brushes, Mops, &c. See that new Ice Cream Freezer we have before you buy. .1 Fish. - .. . Mrs. W. B. Oatchingand son, LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Harry, are visiting at Wilmore this week. There was about three inches of snow on tho ground up here Thursday morning. W. D. Weaver was rejoicing Tues day morning over the advent of a young ON MAIN democrat at his house. The members of the M. E. church will build a brick house of worship on You can save money by examining my"new stock of goods and pay the old site on Main street this Bummer. ing Lash for Wm. Graves, who has been making Loudon bis homo for several years, moved to Rockcastlo river near LivingsTinware, &c. You are invited to call. I will endeavor to ' deal fair ton this week. My goods are all First There has been but one general elec with you and will appreciate your patronage. Class Staple goods and will be sold at a tion in Laurel con ty in many years in which the democrats did not elect one FOTR, or more officers. Hnrve P. Faris is homo again from Call and see me, look through my stock and you will agreee that you a abort business trip to Louisville. Mias. can save money by trading with me. Lily Williams and Peeky Hirmon have been in Louisville this week. Ben Reams' little boy, eight years of age, fell with an ax nnd cut his hand so b.id that Das. Cold well mid Ramsey hid to amputate a finger last Saturday. MissSallio Biugh is very 111 with consumption. Her many friends near Opposite Court House and far will regret to read this as she is oue of tho most loveablo young ladies in Eastern Kentucky. It is a rather peculiar way of reasoning when a man, who votes the republiA Complete Stock of can ticket, thinks he is us good n democrat as the man who don't, but anybody vho thinks so has a right bo to think. I was at East Bernstadt Tuesday and Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accucamo near witnessing n conflagration. rately Compounded. Give him a Call. The Haynes House caught firo from n defective flue, and it was only put out by prompt work. Thore are over 20 houses all in lino at tho roar of the depot and all but one use tiling for flues. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. McKINNEY & HOCKER. STREET NEW CASH STORE EAST Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, shoes, Hardware, SMALL PROFIT CASH. J. C. FLORENCE. McRoberts' Drug Store, DRU6S, BOOKS, POINTS, W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST. "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS, I 1 DR. S. G. HOCKER, Drugs, School Supplies, DE. S. :1 The Best Goods For The Least Money. self-bind- er. I 3 C HOCKBB, T2i Druggist. Stanford Female College. Spring; Session Tuesday, January 9, 'li'i . . ' . . HtffLj.;. . abdkai 'PpSS 'Mm rv;." V rijfr' 4,iWJ.jrv iT"r;m "' ywvf v ' tw"1 ' " t 1' " ii t r "tit" t'jt r t Tho circuit court was occupied most Tho tax rata of Cincinnati is nearly I of this week by tho trial Of years a practical Prohibition ."percent. , has been for eonio suits J Tho reclon from Manitoba to Texas' against the L. k N. railroad. Tho plain ist, though having no particular scruples about taking a drink "for his stomach's and from tho Rockies to tho Mississippi, tiffs shipped stock to Cincinnati and tho uxAxirunu, ivi - .ulahou iu SSfi ttain was delayed which caused them to sako and often infirmities" should bere- - is shivering with another cold wave. i I gard A witness named Brand, who lives miss tho tegular sale day. Honce tho it ns necessary. At tho satno time he has never gone wild over legal prohi in Lexington, swears that ho m,et Miss suits. Adams, the plaintiff, in ono case (Hrf W. P. WALTON. bition, believing that it is in tho main a Pollard in an assignation houso in 1831. got a verdict for $10 and McCarley, plainTho Irvino Eiglo Bays: "Times aro tiff, in another got judgment for $70. delusion and a snaro unless each law- abiding man will Btnnu up lor us en so hard in Estill that tho chickens won't Taero wero several other cases of tho V V forcement. A majority of tho voters of crow, tho birds won't Bing, tho frogs same kind but thoy were rompromisod. ffc this precinct, and it includes many of won't croak, tho bees won't hum and the Swn Baughman was tried Wednesday for KIDD-Aubreaking into a storohouae, and was ac our best men, has said emphatically that babies won't cry." Prices on our new Spring Goods arc wonderfully low. The styles Two young men of Wayne county, quitted. A big lot of equity buBlnero not onlr the rum saloon must go, but DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. .Hjk. shooting at has been disposed of. Court will flj. arc unsurpassed.j Competition is distanced. You will say so when" the salo of whisky by anybody for any W. Vn., fell out and began MKO For Count? Judgc......jAS. WALKER GtVKNS purpose shall be prohibited. To this do. each other. Ono was shot through the journ this week. you sec what we have in store for you. Don't'fail to come and sec. ...... Clerk P. 1). COOPER riainn no onn will bow mnro nbonrfnllv heart, the other through tho bowels and Mr. J. A. Bower, tho clever train We invite your , " I Wgifftr " Attorney... J. B. PAXTON than we, nor will any one do more to seo died in two hours. dispatcher on tho K. C, was hero this " " Sheriff. T. D. NEWLAND Wttl During tho past threo weeks tho week as a witness in tho railroad cases Until it is ' " E. D. KKNNKDV that tho law is enforced. Assessor O.W.DEBORI) proved to the contrary wo will not oven Pension Bureau has notified 2,000 veter- Mr. Will Eason is quito ill t tho home " " Jailer ff&T : say that prohibition does not prohibit. ans of a reduction in their pensions un of his mother on Richmond Btreet. .Mies It will prohibit and it must prohibit, if less good reasons wore given why it Nellie Marrs has returned from n pleasThkrb is nothing new in tho JiPtC ant visit to relatives iu Nicholaavlllo. Ss Of the following quotations, on a few articles only: case. Tho judge admitted everybody does his duty. Surrendering should not bo done. Sixteen of tho indicted Gravesend Sho was accompanied homo by Mrs most of the depositions, but threw out the pride of opinion as to the best man JJ'V Lace Curtains, 2lj yards long, 40c, 50c and 75c per' pair. An exand little daughter. Misg Ellon that of Dr. Lewis witli reference to a ner of dealing with an evil, everywhere ollicers who entered pleas of guilty wero Tlicv nrf Col. Swope about acknowledged, wo shall strike hands Tuesday sentenced to tho penitontiary UABloy was entertained in Louisville tra quality Lace Curtain 3 1, vards lom Si. 2; ner nair. conversation with Misi Pollard, because it was entirely with th prohibitionist aud enlist for the for term vnrvlnu from threo months to Tuesday evening by Mita Chostino Mc- wide enough for you to use one or both to the. Window Shades 6 Gregor. Messrs. Robert Harding, of hearsay. The leading of the depositions war which must bo continually waged 29 days. Somo were fined also. feet long only 25c. Apron and Dress Ginghams 5c and Uig , has occupied the court most all the against tho rum traflic. Louise Soxton, agd 19 years, daugh- Danville, and P. M. McRoberis, of line of Sattcens Washington Soxbe15c per yard. VVc have just received 25 wero among tho visiting legal lights ter of the Rev. George week and as they have been noted You can't always sometimes tell ton, a mountain missionary of the Meth- here this week. Dr. Hugh fore, they created no interest. Experts Grant, of dozen ladies' plain, white and fancy bordered Handkerchiefs; not a were called on to prove that Miss Pol- Whether articles you boo in Col. Crad- - odist church, is under arrest at her homo Louisville, visited his parents Tuesday. one worth less than 20c will be sold for 10c. Our Misses Hallio Tillott, Julia Reid nnd lard dfd write tho letters inviting the dock's Paris Kentuckian are "original by in Carter county, for infanticide. colonel to visit her in Cinciuuati in the author" or not, but wo give him tho John Ell Wade, of Clark county, has Laura Smith returned Wednesday from benefit of the doubt till his innocence is named his newly born babe Madelino Cincinnati. Mr. Tom Dunn and 18S5, the authorship of which she wife, adding while on the wit- proven. A paragraph in Wednesday's Pollard. Ho Bays ho is very sorry that visited Mrs. II. M. Ballon last week. denied, ness stand that no one know better than paper to show that tho world is growing he dops not live In Breckinridge's dis- Mr. Freeloy Peacock, of Huatonvillo, Is Is complete and everything marked down to Col. Breckinridge that the letter was a hotter makes a pretty good point. It trict so that ho could voto against him. with his father, Capt. Peacock who consays: "Nearly 2,000 years ago Christ forgery. R. R. Roesell, of Nicholasville, Alfred Holt Colquitt, veteran of two tinues critically ill. Mr. R II. Batson whoso deposition was ruled out, was couldn't find any man without sin wars, member of Legislatures and Con left Wednesday for Cincinnati to pur- placed upon tho stand and testified that enough to throw a stouo at the guilty gresses, twice Governor ot ueorgin anu etiasu. his Bpring goods. Miss Lizzio in 1SS3, while ho was clerking in Cin- one, and ho said : "Go and sin no more." twico a Senator of tho Unito'l States, Thompson will return from Stanford this cinnati, Miss Pollard camo into the store Now we aro nearly all throwing stones died in Washington City, aged 70 years. week. Men's Furnishings A large assortment of Men's laundered and and sent a messenger boy telling him alio either at Breckinridgo or Pollard without The Je Hereon Davis mansion, at giving n full hearing." FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. unlaundcrcd Neglige Shirts, full-siand wcllmadc,;worth 50c, 65c, wanted to see him. Ho went to seo aud Richmond, Va., will, on May 1, bo turned over to thewotnen of tho Confedersiw her repeatedly after that They 75c, Si and Si. 25. Gov. James B. McOkkaky is John Anderson bought in Boylo, a , soon fell in love with each other, an en. ate Memorial and Museum Association, announced as a candidate to succeed lot of fat cattle at 2jc. gagement followed, during which there to be used as a museum for Confederate himself in Congress. It would be a relics. S. II. Baughman sold to Sam Cochwas much osculation and an unusual work of superfluity to tell our readers A number of prominent women in ran a yearling jack for $225. nmount of embracing, ller favorite seat Is fall up with new things for Spring and Summer. Can sell you a John Bright sold to A. F. Robinson, was on his lap during his calls. Wit- how admirably Gov. McCreary has rep- Central Kentucky have signed a petition man's Shoe anywhere from 75c to $6. Brecken-ridgof Garrard, a fancy gelding for 5150. ness had to go toiChicngo and Miss Pol- resented them, and how great has been asking Congress to expel Col. his services to tho country at large. No A. F. Moberly bought in tho und reciting that hia presence in d lard insisted on going with him, but ho ono man in it has tho confldenco of Congress is a dishonor to the women cf section a lot of butcher cattlo ot put her off. While he was in tho Win21c dy City he received many letters from Congress to a greater degree than he, the State. Tho Nicholasville fair has opened 5 Hardin county farmers, with tho hearing how she permitted oth- and no man is nearer to the hearts of his her, but er men to "hug and kiss her," he broke constituency. Ho will bo nominated smallest Iper cent, of mortgages of any stakes and 11 purses for its mpeting Aug. $5. $7.50, $9 S2. the engagement and asked her to return without opposition in his own party and countvlinthe State, and with tho largest 7 to 10. We would direct special attention to our new and fashionable Uarrietta, 2:00J, won mora money his ring, which she did not do. During bo elected triumphantly over tho com- surplus of ;any county in tho United bined efforts of the republicans, tho State?, have no reason to complain in races laot year than any other trotter Spring Suits. All fresh, new styles plain and fancy Cheviots, this testimony Miss Pollard winced conon the turf. Worsteds, Cassimcrcs, Tweeds, &c. of hard times. News. N siderably and hung her head. He was flesh and tho devil. J. H. Shults has paid out over $4Xi,- Charles Ketchum, alias Charles iltr born in 1SG0 and the lady told him that Tub Cincinnati, Hamilton aud Dayton o Expre es 000 for trotters and pacers sinco ho bo- her birthday was November, 1863. All has purchased the Cincinnati, New din, wanted by tho Company for robbing two express pack- came interested in them. it this was to show that the plaintiQ was a Orleans and Texas Pacific railroad (Cin- ages containing $35,000, was captured at Tho cold snap has been hard on the very fast girl and about six years older cinnati Southern), nnd tho Alabama Alma, Arkansas. Nineteen thousand lamb crop and may yet caiiBO the prices to be. Col. Breckinthan she claims Great Southern. The sale is the most dollars is said to have beeu'found on his for them to take an upward turn. ridge has not taken tho stand yet and gigantic and significant transfer of rail- person. M. F. Elkin bought of James s wont if ho is smart and has no better sto- road A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor property that bos been witnessed a lot of 800 pound steers at 2c and The report is confirmed that control ry to tell than has been developed. T. D. RANEY, Manager. for many years, and was made by the of tho Cincinnati Commercial Gazette of other parties a lot of butcher ttuffat purchaser of Baron Erlanger'a interest. has been secured by a syndicate headed 21 to 2Jc. In view of the fact that Col. Breckinridge persists that ho is still a candidate Tho C. H.AD, now about spans tho by Perry 8. Heath, tho Washington corA Georgia girl who raises pigs marks to succeed hiuiBelf, an exchange suggests American continent, and is mantged by respondent. Mr. Heath is well known them by cutting their tails off very shott. -that the band meet him on his return to the best equipped railroad men obtain- in LouisvilIe,having married there eomo She says it takes a bushel leea corn to able. fatten them thus. time ago. Liexington anu piay "un, Willie, wo have Missed You; Welcome Willie George Baker sold to M. O. Bryant It iesont out from Woahin gton that "Gkn." Coxkv got his idea of march Home." The most amusing of tho ma- ing an army ot unemployed men to SecretarytCarlisle has it in his power to a pair of yearling steers and ono heifer ny cartoons that wo have seen is tho one Washington from Mr. Watterson, who knock tho Pollard suit out of court, but forJ21, Ho sold to Andy Rutherford a showing a large and beard- onco called on 100,000 unarmed he is unwilling to take tho Btand, and yoke of steers for f 10. ed man with a string around his neck, There came to my place a month ago io go to the capital and protest Col. Breckinridgo is unwilling to force Is Kccoivintf His being led by a diminutive girl, while the against certain actions of Congress. The him to do it, respecting his feelings in a red spotted boar pig. Owner can get play bills announce the performance of great editor ought to go off and bang his tho matter. She sent him a letter o tier- him by paying for this notice and his "Led Astray." It may all bo very funny dimenished head in shame. There ing to sustain with him the closest rela- feed. George Baker, Highland. to the cartoonists and paragraphers, should be no compromises in lifo on that tions that a man and woman could susTho Shelby Fair Association has deGoods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. for saddlo stalAfterwards she cided to offer a but tho colonelilis not growing hilarious question. tain to each other. over tho matter. Like throwing up frogs Tramps claiming to belong to Coxey'B wrote again and said she hoped ho would lions at their fair in August, '01, to be in a sling, it may be fun for the boys, but think no more of it; that she had believ- awarded under tho usual rules. ic is death for the frogs. The two weeks' Commonweal Army are having a hard ed her sweetheart had forsaken her, and Tho hens aro doing their best to retime of it, Fifty were sent to the work strain has had a perceptible effect on the took that method of getting oven lievo tho hard times. Tho supply of houso at Buffalo and seven at Washing-ingto- n she plaintiff, es be seems to fully realize that with him, but since then'.Bho had found eggs was never so lurge, nor tho price to TI IE DAYTON were given 30 days for vagrancy. the end means political death and social that sho was mistaken; buo hoped the low, for years 10 cents a dozen in If Coxoy himself could bo placed in an Louisville. damnation for him. Secretary would forget tho subject. institution for the it J. Hull Davidson, of Lex CROSS-CUThe Louisville Times says that Col. E. might be said "all's well that euds well." LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. ington, has been appointed resident man Polk Johnson, special treasury agent, ager of tho American National Horse And NEWSY NOTES. About n inch of snow covers the has had his headquarters fixed in the Exchango, which has been organized in now custom house in that city. This Hon. II. C. Gorin, of Glasgow, will ground this morning. There will bo preaching at thoMeth-olis- t opposition to tho Tattersall Co. will bo good nows to old Polk'a legion of contest Goodnight's claim to continuo to Tho Democrat reports Bales of two church Sunday eveuing. friends who regretted to see him exiled represent the bloody third. of 1,050 to 1,100 pound cattle at John Red Cloud was fined 20 in the to Chicago. Tho old man didn't like it a ihe Union League Club of Chicago police court Tuesday for the same old 3.G0 to 3.70, a pair of 15 hand mules for Hest Farm Implements Made. bit, either. Ho told us with tears in his talks of expolling Congressman Breckin$215 and a pair of 10 hands and mares for offense selling whisky. eyes that the folks are not liko our folks ridge from honorary membership. It is said that nearly all the tobacco $250 at tho Winchester court Monday. at all, and the cooks all put sugar in tho Wm. Parker, aged 94, died at MarA farmer said to the Ltxinglon plants in beds havo been killed by tho corn broad, which is revolting to a true tinsville, Ind., leaving a wife 92. They Leader: "It is needless to say that tho Kentuckian's stomach. had 27 children, 24 of whom are living. Bovere cold weather. Monday was cold and disagreeably early fruit is gono. Tho tobacco beds Prendergasf attompted to punch the Compared with tho Louisville aftercame in to attend are nearly totally destroyed, eveu under eyes out of Charles Johnson, his "death and only a few persons No stock was on the canvas. Tbe only resort left to the noon papers, those of Cincinnati and county court. watch," late Tuesday afternoon. He farmers now is tho plan of forcing crops." market. other cities are as Go. Billy Allen would used a broomstick. Our horse advertisements aro coming Mr. Shooting Gallery Man, who has have expressed It "d- -n barren idealities.'' Wentzville, Mo., has a curiosity in in pretty nicely as a glance at our col Tho Cincinnati Post and the Times-Sthold forth in the Hemphill store room tho Bhape of a boy 12 years old who is issue editions every hoar but if anybody for Beveralweeks, (pulled up stakes and umns will provo. If you hare a horso five feet aeyen inches in height, and and expect to stand him you will find loft Wnrineiulav. haa ever found anything to interest him, weighs 282 pounds. if ho is not a resident of the city, the Seyeral pensioners In ,and around that an "ad" in your homo paper will be Mrs. Belva Lockwook has applied for fact has failed.to bo .chronicled. have received notice of a re- of great benefit. . permission to practice before, the Vir- Lancaster Further reports Indicate that the duction in their rate, and some havo been ginia conrts, at Richmond. TaE infant Industry of E. D. Morgan Tho appli- discontinued entirely. freeze has made almost a clean sweep of is a paying one. Gov. Morgan left a will cation will be denied. will talcopiacd fruit and early vegetables. The Iocs The "spring openings" Maj. William Dennison Bickham, that he should be paid $250,000 upon at the several millinery establishments will bo heavy. The general destruction Every thing you can think of In the Fine Chinawarc the birth of each child. He has already propritfter of tho Journal.at Deyton, O., tomorrow, Saturday, and tho female pop- of tobacco plants is reported from CenCall and claimed and gotten half a million, and if died suddenly Tuesday of apoplexy. tral Kentucky. will turn out en masse. examine and get prices. He was once city editor of the LouIbvIIIo ulation coming events cast their shadows beA dispatch from Baltimoro sayB that Harry, the little son of Mr. Sim Anfore, he will call for a quarter of a mil Courier. and kicked by a reports from 10 points in tho great peach derson, was thrown Hoke Napier, a lumberman, and lion more very soon. Saturday afternoon. He was pain- growing district of Maryland say that Henry Collins, a farmer employe, fought horse the extreme cold has blighted the bios fully hurt, hut is much better now. Stanford, Ky. The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette a duel in tho streets of tho little town of Tho Christian church was beautiful- Boms, but Bomo of tho largest growers will change heads April 9, when Perry Fleming, W. Va., and both were instantly decorated Suuday morning, with flow- havo not given up hopes. 8. Heath, the Washington correspond- ly killed. Red Wilkes is turned out in a lot evergreens and an excellent Easent, will take charge. It is hoped that Every investment of $1,000 in 1858 ers and preached by Elder Gow-an- about one acre In size, and tho grass six he will celebrate his advent by shutting in Western Union Telegraph stock had ter sermon was In the evening at the Presbyterian inches high, where ho runs until about off the partisan drivol of tho bilious aud received up to last September $50,000 in church, ho dtlivored a temperance lec 2 o'clock, when ho is taken up groomed spiteful Murat Halstead. stock dividends and cash dividends of ture which was enjoyed by a large au- and put in his stable. He nets six 1100,000. quarts of oats and two quarto of bran dience. Scientists say that a bushel of sweet rhe now Platte river paper mills at The country people havo gotten an daily. He is fat and looks like a work potatoes contains a gallon of alcohol. We move that their uso be prohibited in this Denver, erected at a cost of $525,000. idea that they will be fined if they hitch horso. Ambrose Wilson bought of Len O community and no more of such tubers havo begun operation with a force of 200 their teams on the public aquare. We men, in addition to those employed in asked a councilman about it and he said xsave, ol Wooulord county, 45 etock be permitted to be grown. the old mill. that the ordinance was only in regard to hogs, averaging 103 pounds, at $1 59 per Tho crew sent to raise tho wrecked hitching to the park fence, Jamp posts cwt. A farmer says that wheat is not Wukat jumped up ffyo cents at Chicago on account, of the cold wave and Kearsarge found that tho steamer had and shade trees. There are a number of injured by frost unless it b,aa compossible destruction of much of tho cere- been blown up and burned by the na- bitching posts on the square wbicb tho menced (0 head out, and thai the grow- V al, j It is an ill wind that blows nobody tives, who bad previously rifled it of ev- cnt'inlr fnllra fl'rA nnrfppMV Wrtlrmttft tri iugv uup ,uai iiuk uceu uun uy me good. erything moveable. use. freeze. Georgetown Times. mm BMEl - Qtm-ntUi- Li ''phi lAfrrti v lirrrntnn In. (mint mitniuttduunnjiL The editor of the Interior Journal A WONDERS Ml u, i ! . Slfr Era IK? ft rm q WV Ill EVEBT DAmsei MMW. Y. NEVER : CEASE ! Consideration 5c. ,f Careful Pollard-Breckinrid- J go s Stan-ford- I2jcand vohe-ment- ly Dress Goods Department Rock Bottom Figures! ze to-d- ay OU1 BITOEi ST(tDOK Sl, $5. e, May-woo- Clotlring Stafford, : H.(URUPLEY,-- Wells-Farg- LOUISVILLE STORE, xrsr Glv-en- gray-head- ed Ken-tuckia- SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. COIMIIE T JL3ST2D 500-sta- SEE. feeble-minde- d, Ex-May- or DISC HARROW, car-loa- The Brown Cultivator, J. K. VANARSDALK QUEENS WARE, K GiiAsswAiei! ar CHAliBER SETS, TJiNTER,SETS,BC. ic. FSRRIS & HARDIN, :- ,. ftafltfaporstotfes We : HaveTGot : Them W. H. WEAREN & GO. ". A w iEMl-WEEKL- Y iNTERIORJOUKNAL Btakford, Ky, iV iUncir 30, 1891 & W. P. WALTON. rr r a WS7 STTFFEB, From that oM ompUinl w en you can be ptrma ticntly cuied by an iheso fabrics. Sho is quito aware that sevornl women havo ventured into tho business world upon nu extended scale nnd bavo como to grief nnd sometimes MRS. FRANK LESLIE 8AY8 THEY ARE This position being granted and I to obloquy, but sho gently inquires if LIKE ELECTRICITY AND YEAST. will any, in all courtesy, whothor it is tho fash pioneora of a now advance nro granted or not it becomes essential to to bo taken ns just arccimons of tho Ilio i'nlr Sex In Art, In Ilualneaa, In Socle also roadjuat somo other things bofore army behind, or if becauso n short timo ty ami In I.vttvra Slra. I.mllo Wante ono can with no faltering voico deflno ago nn unlicensed mob hurlod thorn-Jelvupon tho new lands jnBt open to ilin Driit Tufcrii I'ruiu ttie Wherein A 'woman's futuro position in tho world. Man's estimate of woman is ono of tho pcoplo it is proved that our western TliiiiiBhtfiil Kttny. I country ennnot bo decently sottled? tho things needing readjustment. (Cop) rliibt, 1841, by American Prcu Associahavo clearly set forth his long estabWomen have como into tho business tion.! lished, hereditary convictions, or prec-jdon- V0MEN0FTJIEW0ELD cd readjusted her sphere until it has that of man, practically unlimited except by individual capac- ity. booomo, liko NSBOTH 10016. Standard Hole Record training. t 6. ati. Will remain In the atud till June , in, and then go Into A, L. Hutching! handn for cs l Electropoise Others have been cured, why notjrou Discaso Cured Without Medicine . 1 T the patient loabairb Not an e eetric belt or bstnry, but a ilmpte home i eatmeot which causes the entire bojj of . Crf ffrSrt ON'T ou occaMonal- ly moot eomo good, hotiost, stupid muu V ft I sometimes, but nut often, a woman instead of it uiun who rcnli rnnnot tnko in h new idoa? You nro- Nothing hi ever received to many testimonial, from trutlworty (viiAni, many of whom aia ponntl it to him, and ho lauj;lw in n known to hi Western Kecorilcr, Louisville. (,'ood nntured, indtilucnt sort of way The Klectropoite li a mystery to mt; aluiott a tuid hakes his head, which, by thu wny, rnlracle. Kldir John I Rodger. In one night the Klectropoite relieved me of is generally a fat nnd red flkinuud head, congestion of the brain and vertigo, Iter. Oeo. n little bnld on top, nud enys: II. Meant, Covington, Ky. "Yob, yes, thut'H your fanoy, bnt A friend ol mino was entirely cured of thr habit with Klectropoite itv. W. W. Uruce, tlicro'n nothing in it, you knurr. It's nil Huitonvllle, Ky. been settled long ngo, nnd pratty well The Klectropoite ti a wonderful instrument and it li more wonderful at to how It dor Itt work, Bottled, too jirptty woJl Hattled toa." yet It does -1' K C. llrtuley, (Plows) LouisNow, did it erer occur to yoa that ville, Ky. such n mini U n very fair typ of tho Addrett DuBolt tc. Webb, 509 Fourth it , world at Uro? Of courao tho oxUrior Ky. In Italy, Spain, Franco and vurieti. other Lntin countries tho apealcsr ia lean nnd dark and initead and of jolly. Ilo ehrunH bin nhouldt-rrShortest and quickest between raiac.t hiit eyebrow, and throws oat hia baud, with thu fingers uprnudluR liko tho Hticlta of a fan, and iu hid own Only Direct Line Itt ween tongtio onuuuiatea tho Tory eatuo Frankfort, Goorsrotown unci Purla, Idea with tho Anglo-SaxoOarllnlo, Mayavltlo, Oynthluna, "It in all Kettlod Io- n- ago. What hni Falmouth find Covington. been will bo. TlmreJa no rwoui or neod Atk for tlcketa via Kentucky Midland. Tralua run by Central Standard lime. for change. Pntlenta!" lime raDM ."to to, 191, When n Latin dnyii patienca, it means r, No. 7. no 1. No 3 tkaims tAs a m. p IU. p m that ho nbdolutoly won't otu thiak Leave Kranklort A 00 about doing what you wish to bar hint 704 400 Summit 10 4 OO ..7o4 try to listen to your argu" Kltnorn 4 5 do or ovon ....7 ti " Swttier . 410 7 18 40 ment! in favor of tho now counts. It is ' a 00 Around. 7 j Stamping 'a 10 very exnpnratlnjr, but not qui to a much Wuvail. ... 7 jo ' a ao lohnton 4 41 7 io as the good nntured chuckle, oftu acOeorrttown.. 4 JO 3J " O.S. Depot.. -I- I :1H JO 300 companied with tho rattle of small cur' Newton ....... J rency in tho trouaors pocket of the midCenireville..., JJ4S dle aged Anglo-SaxoElliabetn...... 3 C. Arrive I'ani 5 ..I JO 400 Both thu onuund tho other aro simply voicing tho prnvniling 8utimont of their species about many mattors, and chief TRAINS WEST No 1. No 4. No. S No. 11 of them just now about tho proper place a m. p III. a. in. p. m. of women in tho world. l.v Parle ....C... .... 901 4 Arr Kllr.tbelh .... .... Q J y 600 4S Long ngo, ho snys nr friend, o o Arr Centrevlde.. 001 middle ngod Anglo-Saxotho Arr Newtown ...., 6tt $4J 6 39 OO ArrC. S. Depot. .. . 9 40 this was nil euttlod. Woman, lorely Arr Guoigctown II 1; 7 4? creature, was dctlguod liko the daivsios a" o Arr J oh Mi m ... ...II Arr Uuvail. I 10 64S 1130 to modestly ornament andcmbellih the ArrSlaraig Orouod 1137 6J path of man. Hhe wan to lore, honor 7e4 tl 4; Arr KwlUM jj Arr Klkhoin tij6 7 and obey if hho was permittod to many 90s Arr .Himimlt . .....ij o 9 him, and ahewns to .rvo and obey him Arr Frankfurt .A ...it 10 7" VJ 7 ja under nil circumstances and in crory reA connects with I A N. II connect with Q. .V C. and L. S. lationship, Whilo eho was yoang and C connect! with K. C. protty, man would adniiro and flatter SUNIMV TRAINS. Leave Franklort 9 4J a m; Grgttown 10 40 a. her, oven going to groat luugthi of folly in. Lva Georgetown 11 i, arr.vn r'rankUit 11 10 in proving to bur how much ho loved p. m. po lctig ns sho remained out of reaob. UTh Kentucky Midltnd R Iwty and connec her tiont farm the shorten and cranest reute'toal! But onco sho yielded to his fraatiu sopoints South, Kat, V or tli and West. licitations nnd beaniiio"tbo crown of For further informstion apply t the hia existunco," the programme changed C. I. HUKCAW. Gen Tata AK GEO. II HARPKIt.Gen Supl. entirely. If n crown of existuuee, after n fow yer.ra it was in the fnshion of nn old hat soft and plinblo, easy to woar uround homo, but nono too good to bo tossed into n corner or "hung up" when its wearer chose to go out into tho world. BEST OFFERJEVER MADE But tho world turns over oveiy day, nnd in apitoof gravitation and cohesion mid various other luws of nature things do got occnHionnlly turned upaido down nud "a littlo mixed." Certainly it is n pity that is, from tho inasctiliuo point of viow that Ualiloi over aroso to with tho good old ordor of things when tho eolld piano of earth stood still nnd n man might know what to expect. But so it is. Thero is always somu troublesome creaturo ready to suggest tilings nro not what they seem nor what it has always been con venieut to bolioro thoy wero. "It does movo nevertheless," Galilei as ho signed his recanEvery club of Ton Yearly Sub tation of jtiHt this heretical orror, nud scribers will get ono aharo of 85,000. i woman nay, let usgivo hor tho biggest Every club of Fivo Yearly Sub- - , capital iu tho composing box and say scrmcrd wiu get ouu umi a eunro vi Woman is just tho suino sort of revolutionist as was Galilei. Very calm and 'lo.OOO. Tbo number of shares ia fixed by guntle and rathor timid, so that alio may tho number of clubs of tcu that will oTon bo coaxed or bullied into signing n recantation of hor firmest convictions, bo received by us from bnt always sweotly murmuring as sho Nov. 1, 1893, to March 31, 1894. does so: "Nevertheless it does movo." So, having acquired some now ideas in On an offer of $1,500 last Bpring, tho course of this Quliloistio rovolution running tbrco months, ending Juno and rebellion, lovely woman began to 80, 1893, for clubs of fivo, each club wonder why hor sphoro was nooessarily agent received $4.53 jn cash besides a very small and monotonous oirclo, his commissions. That offer was $000 too mach resembling the sphere of a horse in a cider mill and why it uhonld a month for thrco months. Wo now offer $1,000 a month for not be an ullipso, a rhomboid, a parabola, an anything in or outside of fivo months, or a total of geometry, so long ns it was something big and ,frce and universal. Woman's pheret Why not talk of Jt tan's sphcro besides tho regular commissions, and and be always worrying' around and Kill fussing and fretting to see that he docs not get eat of tho cent Gross Profit sphere of the it? Man's sphere isuniGuarantee 40 per world nay, of tbo A full club of fivo or ten must verse so far ai bo has ability to grasp coino at ono timo in order to share in it. Then why isn't woman's sphoro just the same? Her character and capacities this offer. clubs as aro very much liko thoso of man, alAgenta may send as many though, thoy can raiso within timo specified through liko him, she as u ioz ranges many grades of and can have papers ecnt to any intelligence. Some wguencapacity and aro childish address. and silly. Somo men are fools. Somo Tho WEEKLY ENQUIRER is women aro governed by feeling and by tho Largest, Best, Clean, Moral, Ele- personal prejudice, but suroly more men vating Dollar Newspaper for a family uro governed by prejudice, with not even favorite now printed in tho United tho excuse of porsoual grounds, bat States. Sample copies free. morcly blind nud unreasoning. As for feoling,I will ncknowlcdgo that fow men INQUIRER COMPANY, aro governed by their hearts in worldly CINCINNATI, mntters, but most of them nro ruled by thoir pockets, nud porhapa that tribunal is noithor nobler nor safer than the A. S. woman's footings. Whatuvcr tho right Dfflky SURGEON DENTIST or wrong of tho mnttor, howover, tho Office over McRoberta Drug Store lo the mw fact remains that woman has rather Owtlcy Building. abruptly but very decidedly enlarged Atk your ncghbor about It; if he cau not tell ou, write to ut for ne of nur books sent Ire -opl-am OXYGEN. 11.- Lou-isVll- l., Ky. Midland R'y ninl-nooo- ly i, Clucliumtl mid Frankfort niu-nc- nl 1 1 . 1 -- o s; si 4 1 . JJ espo-cinll- 11 . $ $5,000 Cash CINCINNATI Given Away veekiy EnQuirer. ro ed $5,000 for five months. a PRICE, prejudices, in tho matter those dear old prejudice! to which ho clings ns did tho deacon to his "ono boss shay," until some fine day when all ut onco thoy crumble into dnst bonenth him nnd ho remains seated among tho ruins in nn attitude at unco mournful and ridiculous. Would it not bo better, dear sir, thnt day comes to provido a now and modern vehiclo and respectfully ,nt tho old "shay" into n mnsoum or lumber room? Only don't let your new "klrrodgo" Ixi n sulky, I beg of you! But doscenditig or nscending from metaphor to plain statement and prognostication, it has become essential to tho prosperity of tho world in tho immediate future that men ns a sex ihould radically chnngo their point of vlow with regat d to this question. Women can no longer bo set aiido with n caress or pushed asido with n scowl or rralked over as if unseen and unknown jntslde of their old treadmill. They have developed during tbo last score of vwatB into a now and thus far unclassified power. Like the olectrio fluid, woman presents te tho astonished and ratker frighWinod gazo of hor comrade man a force far surpassing any other yet known nud capable of rovolutioniz-la- g all oxiiting processes if only it can be equipped with safe machinery and so far comprehended as to he trusted to work after tk dealrrd methods. Thos far man, the lord of creation, has rather werstod, or, as some people say, "beeted," by both electricity and femininity, Wat it is to be hoped that, following tho preoopt to "live and learn," ho will finally ovolve tbo true meaning of the puzzle just now presented by both. Whon that time comes, tho world having hitherto bumped along very lamely nnd painfully over the corduroy road of prejudico nnd preceduut, with half its whetils rendered useless by a chain drag, will begin to travel not only more comfortably, but more expeditiously, and tho pnsiengers will find themselves able to think and talk of lomothlng outside tbo discomforts of the patsngo. Woman's position In the world of tho future will be a good denl liko tho position of tho yeast iu n mass cf dough a porvading tho othcrwiso heavy and material with energy and impulse, developing resources nntued and perhaps unsuspected, lifting thowholesub-itanc- e from mere material into the wholesome food of man, tho traditional "staff of life." In tho social world sho has already dono this,. and with moro and more- authority. Iu the literary world sho has marched iu her army of occupation and taken up good, solid ground, fully intrenched and fortified by "works" that no engineer canafTori to despise. Prom this serene stronghold lbs sends ont her advanced guard, her corps of contruction, her light skirmishers nnd occasionally under soma able leader. little body of votornns, who intrench themselves upon somo now vantage ground, which thoy hold calmly and impreguably in spite of nil warning cries and shiicks that they hnve passed beyond their sphcro and must retreat. In tho world of art woman has also defined her position ns n living and growing power. .Men linvo nlwttys encouraged tho idea thnt n cultivated woman should know something about urt thnt is, sho should bo nble to toll tho work of ono artist from another nnd fbould bo ttblo to intelligently follow his instructions in tho mutter of forming tnstei and opinions. Alt-- it was nico for n lady to bo ablo to tnnko protty little pencil sketches of n tree and n pond, nn impossiblo cottago in tho background. Somotlmcs sho might asplro to wnter colors and have a dear littlo portfolio of waRhy viows to exhibit to him of nn evening. A few eccentric and strong minded young women wero capable perhaps of copying in oil color tho pictures originated by men, nnd might, in fact, bo permitted to do so if they woro accompanied to tho gnlleries by somo older female or suitable malo guardian, for of course, being n woman, sho would not havo souse or self respect enough to protect herself. But now that women como forward as artists, not copyists; now that more than ono woman has said, "If Rosa Bouhour can, why cannot I?" now that it is moio nnd moro clearly proved day by day thnt n woman's intnitive perception of character nnd daring analyo sis, added to hor facilo touch and fooling, makes her the beet portrait painter in tho world if sbo has the artistic endowment, why, now poor bewildered man has to drop his dear old time honored stntoment that woman never Invents, but simply copies; that sho is only tne moon to his sun and all the rest of it. If sho can divine and put into form tho soul of n muu instead of imply copying his lineaments, what is to hinder hor from painting tho soul of nature and tho truo inwardness of events? But now at last woman preecnts herself in tho world of business and not as an employeo or as n capitalist simply, but In all capacities. Sho modestly feels and pleasantly says that thero is really nothing boyond her capacity in any form of businebs with which mun has hitherto copc2. She feels herself competent to discard bouds nnd stocks and loans and even tho silver question nud tariff. Sho sees nothing boyond her in tha question of manufactures or of imports. She cun gnu go tho values of teas and sngnrs and spices in bulk uh well as by retail. Sho is no moro alarmed by a bale of cloth or n case of silk or cartons of lace than sho is by a single yard of be-fo- ro rather world heavily handicapped by tho ts nnd tho prejudices of man, who, having hitherto had everything his own way, naturally desires to keep It so. This ho calls boing conservative. Also woman is handicapped by her )wn inoxperionce. Sho is a good deal in the case of ono who, having long laid bound and blinded, suddenly receives light nnd freedom. Sho is dazed nnd dizzy for tho moment, but only for tho moment, nnd, trust mo, sho will novcr agnin roturn to tho blindness or tho bondngt?. Her plnco henceforth ia shoulder to shoulder, sido by sido with man, his comrade, his equal, his truo in each nnd every world Into which mankind mny onter tho other half without which he can never bo n wbolo and this dear old world of ours can novernttaiu its truo perfection of attainment. holp-aieot of Latitude, or8otheriin the lUt. by Mesienger Djroc 106, ton of Ilambletoolan and aireol Elaine, i:zo, the cam of Notlaine, yearling record 2:31' a dam Deta... . -- ..Sister to fames Howell, Jr., by Ilambletontan 10, tire of'Dcxter 3:17)4. ....by Harry Clay 45, lire of the dams of St. Julian, 1:11, Ilodine 2:19, 3 dam JeiiieSayre and 11 more that have produced 1:30 trotters; alto aire of the dam of . Electioneer, aire of 112 In the 2.30 list ......by Liberty, ton of Lance, by American Eclipse. 4 dan Waltlngham 2166, tire of Naboth, ia one of the younget aona of George Wilkes 519 record 3:2?, who MUe Wilkes.xtis, Wilcox, 2:16, and 62 others In tired Harry Wilket, 2:13, Guy Wil1ces,i-t5- , 2.30 list; also 41 producing aunt nnd 1; producing daughters. Norc Naboth Is a bay horse, 16 hands high, foaled June 23, tB33. Hit pedigree contains the blood of Hamblototitan, George Wilket, Mambrlno Chief, Pilot, Jr., and Harry Clay. Slrod by Wnlslngham 3100, Sire damTintel iu)iutij At S25 to Insure a Living Colt. My two fine Saddle Stallions, STAR DENMARK and. "WILLIAM L; Will alto make the prcient teason of 1891 at the low price ol are elegantly bred and ture loal getters. I will alto stand Stable two miles South ot HustcnviUe on Moreland OIO ta Insure a Living Colt Ttoth are Two Fine Jacks at $8 to Insure. .V Carptnter's fetation pikr. J. K. BAUGHMAN, Huttonvllle, Ky 0MiL, A George Diotatop 3862. STANDARD. Black Stallion ; Foaled in iS3; i$y, Handt High. V-- - Sired by tho Croat Dictator 113. I dara 3 SOCIETY BUSINESS WOMAN. n Strnm Alice She Onnt I.ntinilrr nntt n IIox at tlio Oiirrn. dam 3 dam George Dictator will make the teason of ..by Almont 33, record 2:39. by Norman 25. Vourg Twyman mare. igji at SiO to Insure a Living Colt or -- Ono of tho most lifo-lob- - New York society is Mrs. Jnlia T. of whom it is difficult to say Bay stallion, netrly 16 hands high; foaled 1B86; bred by George F. Keene, Shelbyvllle, Ky. rvhother it is in tho sphere of business, social or iutullectual lifw that the shin&J Sired by Mambrino Lo Grand, Son Don-mar- k. with greatest brilliancy. Iler father, a skillful physician, was also a talented ' by Yellow Jacket, a great saddle horse. dam Black S Ik musician aud painter, nnd it it undoubt, by Drennnn, 3 dam edly from him that bis daughter inherits by Hlghlandir. 3 dam her artistic temporameut. Through her Terms Same as above. mother como traits of quick perception, Will also stand cne good JACK at S3 to Insure a Living Celt. common sense, integrity and oxocutivo M. S. BAUGHMAN, ability that have produced in hor sonblo Stanfaid, Ky a director of business interests and investments ns well as a noble, genoroos woaian. Left a widow when on the sunny side of 30 after a brief but happy married lifo, sho realized that even a fair cstato must bo carefully invested to produce a 205. yearly income that will maintain a well This fine saddle stallion, Chancy Denmark aij, appointed homo, servants, an opera box will make the season of iS)4 at the stable of Col. Morgan Denmark Is a bay stallion, ijjf bands and a smart brongham. Therefore, with Underwood,) of a mile Irom Hubble, Ky., on high. He Is splendidly bred as a glance at his the capital sho inherited, sho established the Rush Branch Pike and, pedigree will show. He will make the season .of 1894 at my stable on the Danville & Lancaster a large steam laundry, in which, with Its indomitable proprietor competing $10. pike, l miles North of Hubble, for contracts with hotels, steamships Chancy Denmark 265 is a bay horse, full 16 and railways, tho snowy linen now hands high, foaled 1S37, sired by Hubble's On stacks op in tho dollvery wagons, aud Time, dam by Old Stonewall Jackson. Hit colts bank notes nro gnrnered in tho counting are fine and of good size and will compare with Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsiroom. Whon ono meets the handsomo, anybody's saddle stallion. ble should any occur, Will alto stand two royally bied jacks at the accomplished American enjoying her Morgan Denmark was foaled In 1S80. He is by same place. annual vacation in Europe, it is difficult On Time, son of Stonewall J ackson. ist dam, Lato picture this same woman with undy Morgan, by Stonewall Jackson, and dam by Virglnlus, 3rd dam by Matchless, 4th dam by diminished graco and dignity settling n serious strike among hor employees or Is a coal black Jack, white points, 15 handt high, Trans by. Lin-Ihicu- attractive women In j the Season. of Washington 1 1 Cfiancy DenmarK, morgan DenmarK. Will Serve Mares at AT $10 TO INSURE. TOM CURTIS. W. stEM tip Morgan Denmark Is one 0' the best bred saddle heavy body and good bone. He is by old Bourbon Chiel, the noted jennet jack of Madison that stallloons in Kentucky. Has good mane and tail and good, long, rangy neck. Don't fall to see sold for $r,ooo. Bourbon Chief was sired by S. DUNBAR, Hercules, he by Imp. Hercules, and his him. Hubble Ky. dam by Imp Etpartero. Bourbon Chicl'a dam wat by Col. Lear'a Imp. Napoleon 3rd, and dam by Ruena Vitta, 3rd dam by Imp Castilian. Hue-n- a Vltta was sired by the great Compromise, he by Tippecanoe, he by Imp. Warrior, which was acknowledged the bett jennet jack ever In Kentucky. Rourbon Chief is 164 hands high without shoes. He is a coal black with mealy note and for form, weight, style, action and appearance he has no equal. Tom Curtit' lit dam was by Joe The following excellently bred Jacks will make Phtlps' big jack and her dam by Sam Phelps' the seasou of 1894 at my place on the Stanford & Lancaster pike: jack, 2nd dam by Black Samson. Tom Curtis will terve Red-mno- Jacks For Service. JOB BLACEBUBIT, r Jennets at $20 for Jack and $15 J for Jennets Colts; Mares $8. ZQo-CLrbon- a. : Oliief. MliS. JULIA T. IJNTIIICL'M. o deli-cat- contending quietly nnd effectively for business ndvnncomont. Mrs. Linthicutn ia reluctant to 6penk upon her successful career, for sho modestly insists that any woman similarly bitunted could nchievo tho samo results. However, repeating tho writer's question, sho went on to say: "How do I regard tho effoct of business contact upon tho feminine sex? I think it serves to broaden a woman's mind, quicken hor sympathies, increase hor sense of responsibility and to appreciate the valuo of things. Whon I was simply my huibaud's wife, I knew no more of business than to look over my bills and write 'correct' upon their faces before he sottled them, but exporienco has developed my business faculties, as It will other women's whon put to a similar test. I believe women are greatly hampered by their consciousness of thoir sex, aad when thrust into business relations find their talents fettered by the atraagerms of their surroundings, tbo realisation that their presence is and exciting comment. Thea, too, women with business iutorests competing with men nro called upon to colli-vut- e moral courage to withstand the calumny with which small natures revenge themselves when vanquished. Men may expedients resort to all kiadsof to accomplish business projects, bnt if a feminine competitor secures a contract by the Most legitimate means sho is called upon to accept hor victory with from frequent qualified satisfaction open or implied innuendo. Fow have tbo courage to ignore tbece." In this society business woman ono recognizes an ideal typo of American womanhood. Beautiful, brilliant nnd tactful, she embodies qualities that mako her a factor in social lifo. Her cultured tastes and facile pen givo her a place in litrrury estimation, and sho is seldom missing from gatherings of men and women whose lives and works mean thought and progress. Mnny young people have cast their lines in pleasant places through her generous percoption of their ueeds, nnd numerous philanthropic ontexprieos receive hor support. Ada Cuisp. nn-usu- al Chief, whose pedigree Is glon above. His dam was Black Jennet, she by a jack by Jasou Walker's Castillian and out of a full sister to Buena Vista, who was out ot a jennpt by Black Samson. He will stand at OS The service, (ee will be due in all cases where marcs are parted with or leave the country when such fact It asceitained by us. A Hen retained on all colts till season fee is paid.. s Both Jacks have proven themselves breeders. All colls insured till four months old. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. UNDERWOOD BROTHERS, Hubble, Ky 153-first-clas- hands high; sired by old Bourbon The noted Jack that was bought at Levi Hubble's sale for $1,860; by 3rd Prince, he by ad Prince, he by Imp. Prince. 1st dam Daisy bj Dixie, he by Irvine' Dixie by Klckapoo; ad dam Nellie Gray by Lord Wellington; 3d dam by Jim Porter. Will terve jennets at J5 lor jack and Sao tor jeunet colls and will also serve a Limited Number of Mares at $10. .Will also stand.. 2 OtlirrGoocl Mule Jacks tor-felt- ed At Eight Dollars. Insure all colts till four menths old. Lien retained till season money is paid. When mares or jenrcts are traded or removed before the fact Is ascertained as to belrg 1 foal, insurance u and makes tease n money due. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes, but not re pontible should any occur. Thanking our customers lor their past favors we solicit a continuance of same II L. HUBBLK, e 6 Lancaster, Ky. Post-otlic- F &k 17 rrr 23 90 109 WHAT DOES IT JKEAN?' Hqkms tliai Vwoja CfcciBr.a i U&cmntUi to LhtUnsK- 'it il -, rm.l Crwrcnt Hoat Ij IT t.l:rt Jx)U(Tu.i; Wiutt ftliurifs. ( iojU.uT ti Li,- - nfi Attn- -, urJcltwaUlv, i'iurioi. duo-ion- s SOLID VESTIBU LCD TRAINS litwten sll ef the W. jxilnti. Thmifli Cm ti Vleksberjc m! TVtw rr int'tmiut to I.r.ir..U-n- t rnnulrc t'ircn.li da!r I ul vr. c. AihiTillo. S'. C. Dirwit lino ti Trim Mil .xuo via N'rw lir'.snt ir via Shwt.port. Ask .rents about tours to Callturnia I nn J ouiirUV, KhelbjTill. nl ta.Trneebnrir, direct ronnectloa is maJ. at LcsJ.Ua with vttUtiul.j trauij to a!l jnitnts bontb. Gcn'l I'm'r Ajvut, CincIomU. O. Vl OXTLY QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. TEN CBN W To every person sending us the amount of one yearly t. subscription to the Interior Journal, together with ten cents' extnTwe will send ree a copy of The World Almanac for 1894. Single' copies may be ordered at the Interior Journal office for 25 cents. 1 am idaasiSikt. laWiW .!..... . JLo. MafrtavlM tt ,T l w,V. lkaaaBBe-.i.ijLMJw-nM ttm.,,, ,.MBMifcBMMllMKggafc.1W VMv'.-rJPtB?lPrvaW WCJ'IPiST jiakMMpitMMgMiiaaMMittwWBMMMMaBiillWBMBBMaBWWMBa , ., ..... .1- -. ,.M .. ,1 .., .S ,. M t ,,, , lJ ;"' 7 U r I rWRT? Ci wane i ir K . : . 1 , 1 WITH HEAET OF FIEE THE OPAL AS A . I 1 w. . mi 4 h FASHIONABLE JEWEL AND COLOR. i It , Th I'ronil Slather of Tiro Lovely Girls. How They Were Until Attired Summer Gonna of l'ure 'White They Will Give AVork to the Washwoman. Copyright, 1S0I, by American Press Association. 1 mr V :ri r (ijM mMJS ymmv'.. ..AH''"''" u W' Ml I 4$ wi iH. K. ir s:tv L wealth of tender color, not only in the new millinery, lint in the different dress mnterinls. No ono now need be nfraid to wear n royal purple shot with green or gold, nor a gown rivaling tlio tints so dear to tho hearts of the children of tho Emornld Islo or sunny Italy, for it is fashion nnd tho very top of it too. There aro wonderful fabrics temptingly displayed that rival Joseph's coat of many colors, but with tho di Heron co that whilo that was inado of patchwork theso colors nro blended in tho weaving, nnd very artistically managed too. One pieco of silk, with n general color of warm, reddish yellow, showed green, brown, bluo and purplo in different lights. It was striped with brown and black, wbilo the rest of tho colors showed iu different lights, breaking into new surprises of unsuspected colors llko an opal. Indeed thero aro in any things jns't now that carry tho opalescent lights nml colore, though how such nn effect is achieved in straw I cannot imagine, but itiseeenon eoineof tho rich, fino straws of Italian origin. Ribbons show it; it is seen in buckles nnd passementerio and a variety of cloths, and also some of tho. dainty zephyrs have shifting shadows of firo nnd flame. With all this tho opal as a jewel la the one choico jewel of tho day. A Mexican firo opal shown me yesterday, ovhI in shape and sot nronnd with small diamonds, was called tho finest bit of jewelry in a big store. The foolish snperstition about opals has died a natural death iu this ago of reason, and opals aro tho fashionable jowols now, not that diamonds and pearls aro displaced, but that opals now aro moro sought after than rnbics or emeralds. A really fino opal is n beautiful -- tone, with a heart of firo that Bends forth sudden lambent flames from its mysterious depths nnd is a perpetual eurpriso nnd a thing of beauty nnd n joy till fashion changes. Thero aro silk muslins shot in opalescent colors for young ladles, and they bavo nil tho characteristics of tho opal, shading into red, bluo 11a mo nnd, in fact, moro colors than I can mention and all through a misty, milky surface. I saw a gown for a young lady made of ono of theso silk muslins. Tho skirt was mada quite plain nnd round and gathered under a flnmo colored velvet bolt. Around tho bottom wero four very narrow ruflles, each ono having two rows of very narrow velvet ribbons bearing tho principal opalino colors. No two wero aliko. Thero was a milled fichu, nnd theso ruflles wero trimmed in a similar mannor. The Bleeves were puffed nnd ended at tho elbow with two ruflles. Around tho neck tho young wearer bad n heart shaped opal, hung on a slender gold chain. A daintier dress could hardly bo imagined. Theie are imitationa of opals very cleverly done, nnd those who cannot afford tbo gennino may havo thonppearancoof tho wealth that permits of many changes nt a modest cost. Thero was a dress inado for tho sister of sho who woro the opal gown, nnd this, too, was n modol of beauty and delicacy. Tho skirt, and in fact tho whole dress, was of dotted swlss muslin, with six rows of whito lace insertion laid on at equal distances around tho skirt. Tho waist was a simple belted blouse, with tho Insertion laid on to eimulnto n yoko. The sleoves wero balloou putTs, with blue surah forearm pieces and a bluo surah sash holt, in which wero set a bunch of imitation ' bluo violets. Tho proud mother of thoso two lovely girls woro a handsome dresa of black satin duchess, brocaded in stripes nnd trimmed with velvet ribbons set on tho skirt aud richly beaded. Tho basqno was of rich black velvet, with a rolled puff of corded silk held in by velvet ribbon and u vest front of the ribbed silk. Tho gigot slooves wero trimmed with velvet and pnssomonterio. Good tasto nnd plenty of money together wero necessary to dovolop theso three modol costumes. Tho authorities tell us that thero will bo very many all whito summer gowns inado of sheor lawn, flounced and otber-wis- o trimmed with tho bcantiful now Russian embroidery. Th's embroidory does not come deop onough to mnko ono wholo skirt length, so there will bo ilouuces only, but thoy may bo many or few, as ono desires. Throe flounces arranged to represent a triplo skirt will bo n favorite. Theso embroideries can bo had in Bets, so that thero is ono pieco with a doublo edgo, which can bo usod for brctelles or a bertha. Tbo ribbon belts with floating ends will bo tho propci ribbon garnituro when tho ems, broidery is employed as bcrtba or bnt vory pretty garnituro nnd drossy effects nro obtained by having ribbon bretellos with bows whorever tbey can be tt with propriety. On the boulders, en tbo sloevea and at tho walk and Mt at the bottom of tbo skirt, bro-telle- fml0 0 ONE enn wnlfc about nmoug tbo drj goods districts now without n real- wlizing senso that tins rcnliy flj spring I eithor with or without long tnda conning down for tho waist, th ribbon makes dainty and graceful trimming, and it can io oasily bo removed and replaced for laundry purpose that it is no wonder that It is tho preferred trimming for nil light dresses. Thoro nro some mot beautiful new cbnmbrays, thick and fine, with a eort of cbnngenblo offoct, that aro alroady Each of thto has very popular. nn embroidered pattern, somo of them dono in all over pattern, thicker nnd richor toward tho bottom, and othora again bnvo a plain surfaco, with to match. Thero was ono whore the body of tho stuil was bluo in two vory distinct shades. Tho embroidery was dono in dark blue. A lilao and dark holiotropo was dono the aamowny, also a rod and pink. As thoso chnmbrny gowns nro oxpoctvd to stand tho hardest nsago, tho colors are limited strictly to thoso known to bo fast and washable Thero is quito a rage for nt least ono nice black dress in each Indy'o wardrobe Black grosgrain silk, faillo, taffo-t- a or lutestring nro all favorito materials, besides tho beautiful black moires, satin duchess nnd brocades. No gown is moro sorviccablo tbau a plain black silk or adapted to such a variety of uses. A very bandsomo model In black faillo was mado with n plain seven gored skirt, over which wero suporposed three wulo folds cut on tho length of the silk and headed by bands of black Bilk rnosa They wero graduated in trimming. width. Tho waist was plain, with n deep bortbn capo, trimmed with n narrower moss trimming and having a whito satin vest fiout. Tho alcoves wero bishop, with a line of moss trimming set down tho entire length. This is a model design nnd would bo quite easy for tho homo dressmakor to copy with good results. Tho very no west nnd most stylish of tho ovening bonnets aro inndo of what they call spangles of jet. These spangles nro inado of somo sort of metal coated with black enamel. They nro cut in fanciful shapes and fattened to wires nnd then bunched up into flowers nnd folingo or set pieces like fireworks. Theso nro then sowed over a lnco and wiro foundation, and thoy nro very tnk- ry Chanted III Mind. 9r7 ' VV-fieB-- BeKgaw 9EeSSeBSeBSBSBv rBi "Thcro's thnt confounded mescenger boy nt last. I'll jjivo him a good laying out." BMGS0LK Will makr the pre tout teaion of 1)94 at the form of the late i.. D.,Grtier, 3 miles from Crb O- Thiansllce forewarns hunters, fishermec and others not to trespass on our lands without pru I mission, as all auh will be prosecuted to the st extentol the law. Signed: LEAVK NOItTO.V DAILY M. LACKOWITZ. 1360 p. va, for Graham, Dluefield, Pocahontas T. II. NEW LAND. Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. O. C. LYON. Sleeping Cars from Roanoke to Norlolk also FREDIIAUMANN. from Lynchburit to Richmond. R. L. WHITE. and floodn Trains tor Pocahontas, Powhatan 11 J.L.1IKCK. 35 P in. will leave nine field daily at 6 jo a m, T. C. HALL. Leave lllucfield 6 30 a m and 9 cop m daily for I'KTKR 11ALMRR. Columbus, O., Chicago and all points Kenova anl riiiLi.irs. West," Pullman leeperon goop m train lor Co J. E. llllUCE. umbua. Trains arrive at Norton Ironi the East daily at m, ti 40 a futtherlnformalion as to schedules rsteji Kir Ac. apply to agents of Norfolk X Western Rail-roSchedule Nor 19, 189. HA W HorfolkiW cstem R R POSTED. is M Gen. Pass, Agt llomoke, Va. F. ItRAGG.Trav. Pass. Agent. W.II.HKVILL, MYERS HOUSE lillT EH TC ST JLBXtX p. W. GREEN, Prop. This stable, which Is run n convection with Ois n Myers Housi, lias been supplied witb well-know- rchard,! STOCK: : MARKET $G to Insuro a Colt 4 Mouths Old. AT OTTENHEIM. Urlsnoli it R Krd Hay Stallion, Saddle and liar-nr- u Combined; 16 hands hishj fine ttjle and action and has fine mane and tall He was sired by Abdallah Mrstcncer, he by Mrtiengtr Chicl. Tint dam by old Lexington, the fine Saddle Messenger "Boy" for mo? Lifo. Soy, did yers ring hone. CtoTTOXT, JB,. This fine youns Jack' will serve a limited number oi mares at Klglit Dollirs. Season money dueif mare is traded or parted V. S OAIlNKR, uh. CrabOrcharJ, Ky. Heginmng on the 1st Mondny In Mfirch, A Now Lot of Horses, i&;t, and on each first Moudav thvrcatter, a Slock Buggies, Muriel Mill be held at Ottenluim for the sale ol Hones, Cattle, Sheep and llnfs. Prisons havSupplies and Is tetter than ing stock to sell or llioie wishing to buy are invit- nil. ruuimcr's itupply the public with ed to attend. There will be no charge to any. prepaid WM. LANDORAFK, body. niCJB OP ALIj Ottcnheim, Ky. FinaT-01iA8- 8 Perioral and promptaltenlion given to Wtddlngi l'arties and llurlals. Sau acisco Carriages, Wagons, kinds. Fr Portland. P.W.GRKKN. She 8puke the Truth. 'Iff A li - IT W World's Fnir Record. AL HURNS. Manacer. Proprietor 1 .l IJkllV, 1 CHICAGO GILT Jj m JsV : EDGE : 261. JEWEL 48. ItEaiSTEItED. BY SECOND siJ tpns VIA -- HEWER'S WEEKJY IlliiHlrnttl. is bejnnd all question the lrad-in- g journal in America. In Its splendid lllutlra. Hunt, mils corps el distinguished conlribtitori, and in its van army of readers In special lines, It draws on the highest eider of talent, the men Kit fitted ' I'usilwo and training to Meat th leading lepus ot the day. In tietien, the mnil conlriouln to lis tolnrnns. iwpular Superb drawings by the lorctnott artlns lllmtrata Its ocUl aitlclns. Its itotles, and every notable evetii ofpublM- - Interest, It wnta.ns poitraits of the dlstincmshed rntn nnd women whu arc mak log thelilstorr of the time, while special alien, llenlstfiven in the Armv snd Navy, Amateurs. Snarts, and Music and the Drama, bv dlst'Osuish-ednipertIn a wrrd. IlMrr's Weekly combine the news features of the daily psper and the artUtle and literary iualiilea ol the tusfaiinc with ths solnl crilteat character of the review K,, Iojuvhh MtwAnssraCHicAtoRuta- - Harptr's Weekly 5 i 0Cr m 9!tMk fl w Dim by otd Stonewall JacVton. This fancy saddle stallion will make thr srann of i at our stable t mile from Mlllcdccville, Lincoln county, Ky., on the Stanlord and pile Owing to the scarcity of money, we will stand him PULLMANSAND PARLOR OARS. ONLY LINK FROM LOUISVILLE siory-ontt- rs RUNNINC - DININC - CARS. WRIIK TO K. II. IIACON, D P A . Mabel Georgo stolo a lot of kisses from mo last night. ilaud Oh, ho doesn't know nny bet- At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when the colt con ei or time patted with Marea enrrd or f it at reaionable prices. Not responsible tor accidents should any occur. red sorrel, ftasy mane Gilt Kdj;w is a and luil, 15 hands 3 inches high: was foaled Sept. a perfect saddle horse, 6, i8Samii (Jill Kdge was showed as a jyesr.cld and took the sweepstake premium at Kirkivllle and Dan tille and In his own ring at Ilarrodiburg. Thotc who want to breed to a rooo saddle stallion aie coidially invited to look at our horse and see him move. Lojlirille, Ky. F. J. KHF.D.G. PA Chicago, III. ter. Mable Yes, thnt's so. Ho said they wero better than nny ho over had. St. Paul. Donvcr. Truth. I'or IiMtnnrc. 'n'jffliiitiHiififci-Ahttifti THE WEEKLY HARPER'S PERIODICALS. Per Year. Harpor's Wely.M.., . -- , Harper s liazar Harper's Young People I'oMaca Frf to all subscribers States, Canada, and Meileo. GOURIERJOURNAL PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. Harper's Magarine... -- - 4 4 oc - l?a Xf Vpm Jewel, he by Cunning, ham's Jeel, he by old Washington Denmark. Is a ten pags tie M column democratic newrpsper His nrtt dam linnie by McDonald's llalcoin. It contains the txwt f everything oing HENSecond t'am by Wells' Crusader, bis utilam by RY WATTKKSON is the ed.ier Stonewall Jackson, he by Washington Denmark, lie was sired by Second to 400 in the United Wmw tSJv l 1 he by Illack Denmark, his tst dam by Crusader, he by Old Whip, id dam a Kocky Mouctaiu maic MADISON SANDIDGE & SON, Milledgcrtllc, Ky "5 2JNS vil Zjn tP b t J 5 Bf EflGLB Family Friend It mnst bo a great pleasure to a inothor to feel her baby's first teeth : BIRD. Wlntitro! the 500 Stake at Lexington. Winner of SvVepstake Premium at Lexington,. Winner of Aged Premium and Sweepstakes at Couricr-Journ- nl Tails. Won Second Money In I300 Stakes at Versailles. Will be sent one year to any address fer OS 7C. W. P WALTON, Address, Won Third Money In $400 Stakes at Nicholas-vill- e. SMnford, Ky. 8J The Vnlumes of the Weekly begin with the lira Number fr January of each year. Wktn tx The WEEKLY COl'RIElt. 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(4 vo Harper'a Weekly 400 ........ Harper'a Ilsiar . 4 00 .....M.-..- ... Harper's Young People - .. s 00 Psitaee Free In all subscribers in the United States, Canada and Mexico. FOR MOTHER AND DAUailTEn. ing. One that I noticed had a sort of vinoliko pattern covering tho bonnet, and in front tbero was n eort of mado of spangles, with somo fino wiro nigret points, each ending with a leaf shaped spanglo. On each sido tho front thero was n viking wing of laco and spangles. Thoro wns a drooping vol vet ribbon bow at tho back, and on thnt lay a littlo bunch of parma violets as if just picked and dropped carelessly thorc. The wholo bonnet was a very rich nnd pin-wheol Wen Fourth Money in $300 Stakes at Stanford. Won the $100 Consolation Tune at Danville. Eagle Uird is a beautiful brown with smalt star, stands over 16 hands high, has flowing taace and heavy tall. Kagle lllrd was sired by the great King ;Eale, winner of mere than 40 Illue Ties. . First dam by Star Eagle, son of Cabbetl'i Lexington; snd dam. by Hamlet Denmark, too of Washington Denmark; 3rd dam by Harris' Denmark, son of Miller's Denmark. Eagle'Dird will stand the season of iSgi, at my farm two miles West of Stanford, oa the Shelby City pike, ForTwo Cents (a stamp) any reader of TlIE I NTIiRlOK Journal can have a sample copy of The The Mother (as tho baby closes down) thing. Yes, but it is not always tho enmo Thoro nro many very bandsomo new pleasuro to others. Puck. woolens, but tho prettiest of all nro tho handForao A mottled nnd flecked effects. Thero wns a reseda green wool, with broken cream silk threads all through it in n close pattern, eo that it almost looked to bo changeable. A light brown was lightened with whito and red threads llko stitches all over. A new shepherd's plaid showed theso flecks of another color abovo tho plaid, and it was exceedingly neat aud pleasing. Stripes are Been agnin, for thoso to whom thoy aro becoming, but thoy aro shaded and often of two sbados of the same color. They aro shown in silks nlso. Tho now laces aro tea stain nnd ecru moro often than in puro whito and nro seen in point do geno, point do veniso and cluny, nnd also guipure pattern, nnd nro usod as berthas, frills and collars. Hknriette Rousseau. Ioj;nl Cltlxen. At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. Money or cash note will be required when the fact is ascertained. Eagle Uird is one cf the grandest show horses in Kentucky. Monte Cristo, his uncle, Is the only horse shown in the Ulue Grass Circuit, that he did not defeat. He could be relied upon to make a gallant show whenever called upon and always finished as game as a race horse, although some of the "knowing ones'' pronounced him no good. good colored As a breeder of fine, colts, he is not surpassed by any horse in Kenhigh-style- Southern Magazine by dropping a line to its publishers at Columbia Building, 'Louisville Ky., and can obtain a club rate on the Magazine and this paper by addressing the publisher of The Interior llsrjr'i Per Year: Maaiine. Journal. roun - FUTURE Koij-l- Jp 1 v4 . 5- . 1 A Z. "SS2JS-- 'r J&jJP fv.. r.TT w tucky. Mares from a distance will bo furnished grass after May istat $1.50 per month, and must be paid at the removal of marea. Care taken to prevent accidents and escapes, but not responsible should any occur. 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Theof I ask a liberal share ambition ; that SATURN, prudence the SUN, the public alter March will guarantee satisfaction love of splendor: MARS, courage; MOON, Imaginaof your patronage and in 'every respect. All orders before that date tion : VENUS, love or pleasure and MERCURY, Intelligence. Take oar advice above and yoa wm rje g ISO IT receivea oy mn. uuuunii. Oflice South Sid Main St., In oSc recently rill be ears to possess th but ud mott TslaiMi IBS JENNIE CUNNINOHAsi, vacated ky Dr. Lee V, Huffman, Stanford, Ky, . k- - . ir h: M 01 LHtSTIU J waJlty, er "A Nl.ht Off." Will also stand a fine mule Jack at $7 to insure a living colt, K. P. WOODS, Stanlord, Ky. j $100 BEWARD I d, pre-tent- --Life, III Only Choice a -- Mrs. J. J. Kendall, Stanford, Ky. Fly Shuttle Jt Practical CARPET "WEAVER, first-dos- s 86-3- post-pai- round bole is punched, and tbo two pieces nro lacod togotber with silk cord, which is also nrrangod as a loop by which to bang the articlo up. Tho faco is decorated witb a painted design of flowers to harmonizo Mother (wishing to draw a moral) in color wit tha cord usod. Ivory celluloid painUd with forgot menota might And he said, "Fnther, I cannot tell a lie." Son Hompbl Of conn be coBldn't, be laoed witb bl-- o cord or lavender celluloid and violets used with purple cord. Standing there with the hatchet im ad and ebdpa on bit clothe. Pack. ISABBLLA PbOOTOB. y n bib-- on the slanting ends, 1 rosi-omc- News For The Ladies ih. K 1 DK. W. B. PENNY 1 u Dentist. 3-- yu.ap - -- v jO i1 r'.Tjlar:.Jji Ltv an l. 'y.,4.. m. K. :' aVfrHaAs H"fai r "ew .,. -- ; ,nr,iy",-J"f- ' ,,., .,,, ,iaw ,,, ,tljK ifySWWfelyl,'l ?T3 . Semi-Weekly Interior Journal IS at xw line of silver Knives and Forks Danks, the Jovroler. .. . - oil stoves, etc. ,8kk my refrigerator icq cream freezors, W. H. Higf-ins. NEW ADVEBTI8EMENT8. We are authorized to announce takford, Kt., - March E.--C. 30, 1894 Jones StcsthoBO & flBtlir lints at $2 60. D. F. Son. Ghnuinb John B. Stetson & Co.'s $5 hat at $2.50. B. F. Jones & Son. in Hon. jas. it. Mccreary SEE A -- i 0 Walton, Business Manager at II. MEAH8 IU3IHESS. Buy your school books "und school sup plies ol all kinds nt A. K. Penny's. "Watches, clocks anil Jewelry repaired and warranted. Engraving a specialty, at A, It. Penny's. TitK largest stock of Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at A. H. Penny's. Prescriptions a specialty. PERSONAL POINTS. Mr. Gxohob I). Wkahkn went to Mit. Bar-Inurvl- Tuesday. M$7,Ttv L Gkoikik II. Bhuck, the shoe lrt?VMi dru turner, is In town. Our Ladies' and Misses' Shoes Ti,wrJto4'jMjiVvs Ai) M. F. Mulct is now running out of my patrons for past favors I ask a liberal are always the best and at lowest ing .yiM.-xrwrj-?"ck h caso. trade In this sale. Re.peclfully, 2s prices. VVVMontgomery on the L. A N. G. A. Pkyton has sold to J. W. Bout i . &,WSiA4 J. It. HILTON, BnouoiiT Back. Charles Wakefield, Mh, C. B. Samiyon and family, of Mcr-ca- r, li!a lot of 1$ Rowland, Ky. acres on Portman Avenue for Our Boys' and Men's Clothing aro visiting his brother, Mr. N. B. $350. Mr. Rout will build n two story who shot and wounded Ed Munn, anfor Spring is constantly arriving other negro, near Turnersvillo last fall, Sampson. residence in the near future. was arrested a few days ago at Greens-burand our $8.50 Clay Worsted Suit Mks. Annk Duddeiiah left this week Sheriff Menefeo was Informed of When trading with DankH, the Jewfar Paris, Texas, to spend n month with I far superior to anything on the market. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. We are in splendid shape eler, you may bo assured of courteous the nrrest and Deputy Sam Menefi 0 C. F. Doane, Plfl", against Leedeslaus Baclun-ge- r, relatives. for the Spring trade. Deft. Notico of sale. Thomas C. Ball, tho hustling Rowland treatment. Lowest prices and tho larg- went after him and returned Tuesday. merchant, went to Loulsvillo yesterday est stock from which to select your pur- Mo was placed in Jail to await his tritl Pursuant to a judgment herein at tho February teimof this court, tue undersigued Coia'r will on next circuit court. chases. to buy new goods. Ma, Y. G. Fheiman has returned from Monday, April It would bo better for tho cause if pro Tub Knights of Pythias lodgo hero, a visit to his sister in-- Atlanta, Ga., and lletwecn the hours of hibitlon could go into immediato effect. since ita reorganization some weeks ago, being Couoty Court day so a. m. and 3 p m.,it has been in this office since. lor Lincoln coui.ty, sell s Many of tho run n long time is enjoying n boom. Thoro wero nine to the highest and hest bidder at public outcry Mim Julia Stitt, of Cincinnati, arfor membership last night, and at the court housq do.r In the town of Siuuford. yet, ami the drug Mores are licensed petitions Ky , the following described tract ot land, rived yesterday to take tho position of a score or moro are ready to join as soon some of them till December. trimmer for Mrs. P. J. Courts. A Tract of 15 Acres, as tlin lodge gets in first class running! Mn8 LuzikTwiowkll, of Mustonvllle, Mm. and Mrs. T. F. ara rejoic- shapn. The Endowment rank, which In Lincoln county, Ky., and founded as follows: returned to Newport with Mr. and Mrs-J- . ing over tho arrival of their first born, a gives not only tho cheapest but tho best Heginning at a stone with pointers. Weitendorl't corner ol co acret in August Wolfs lino of joacrea, ami ia now their guest. B. Adams boy. Mr. Spink has been sick for some insurance, will be added in n few days. thence N 7!, W. 33 polrs to stake with white oak and hickory pointers, thence 8. 8a W. 9S Dm. J, M. Black and wife, who have time, but he got up yesterday and In ridge with Wi: aro getting paid back with com- polit to a ttake 60 aacres, thence pointert, S. been tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. James walked arouud as big as if he were the of his line ft, E. poles to the beginning. pound interest for tho beautiful weather jbaid tract of Fish, returned Wednesday to their home father of triplets. land will be told for the purpose of It raising a tund to pay tho debts of plaintiff, of the first threo weeks of March. at Knoxville. A notick of application for license to has continued very disagreeable since A Jen of Jm, with interest 16th, tSSs, Tiiomi'bo.v, of Lancaster, Mica Liz?.i& until paid, and three debts of ? jj each, within tcreit ironi our last ieauo and yesterday morning saw cost of this Nov iCth. 1885, uutil paid, and the been tho uuest of Mis Maggie sell liquors at their distillery near who has action. Station, has been posted by an inch or moro of snow ou tho ground. Uright and Ethyl Beazley, returned Terms of ssle: Credit ol 6 months. Itond with A Adams. Prohibition has not It got colder during the day, thus fulfillappiorcd security, bearing interest from day of homo Wednesday. tle, with force and effect of a judgment. Lien repayable to J. A. PniLLii-s- of Montlcollo been voted in that precinct, hut the peo- ing the prediction of the dispatch, which tained as further security R.and WaKREN, tfce C. ple of the community can prevent the read "F.ilr, colder Friday morning." Commissioner. In order to clean up, we will sell all prints we have on hand has lxen tho guest of his brother-in-laM. C. L. C. C. Mr. Murk Manila. While hero ho paid Issuance of tho license by a majority pro Warmer weather is predicted for Friday test. evening. this olllco a pleasant call. Mh. Ann Mhs. I A. Fauiss will ro Somk of tho mistakes of printers aro a? Tiikrk is almost sure to bo a contest in o amusing movo to Lexington In a few days in order tho prohibition election in tho as they aro annoying to the OP LAND. to bo moro convenient to Mr. FarriB' run precinct. Several illegal votes proof reader. A youug man in this olllco on the Cincinnati Southern. are alleged to have been found, and tho set up securing rates on the L. k N. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. $quih John Kllis has moved his ex- h dding open of the polls at Turneravillo "screwing nuts on tho L. it N," and got All Calicoes, including Reds, Indigo Blue, Simpson's, and American Ilenjamin Illackerby's Devisees, &c, PJiTs. cellent family to Mustonvllle, much to after the legal hour may cut a figure. the sentence "Senator Blackburn denies acainst llenjamm Illackerby's Shirting at Ucviscca. &c, Delt, tho regret of their many friends made in Tho notico of contest must bo filed with- that ho has been converted" to read 'Mo- Notice of sale. Pursuant to a judgment herein at tho February tho two years they lived here. in 10 days from the election and bo nies that ho has been castrated." We term of this court, the uodcrtigned commissioner will on whohfts for sever- heard on tho fourth Monday following James Wickkrsham don't blame the senator for making such al years been In the employ of P. W. by tho county, judge and two nearest denial, but wo aro moved to remark that Monday, April Green, left Wednesday for Lexington, magistrates. they aro not all dead yet. Heine the first dar ol the Garrard Countv Court. before the courtnouse door In the town'of Lanwhere ho has secured a position. Ky., it a. m. and Tint Dewey Mey wood Company gavo A zkalous republican, who had es- caster, sell to between the h"nrs ofbidder at public3 Mus. Hi bam Doylk Gbioomy, of Grsy-sop ro., the highest and best Mr. and Mrs. a very pleasing entertainment o n very poused the prohibition cause said to a outcrr the tract of land described in the Detltion. ia visitiug her parents, Miss "wet" democrat before the election of judgment and exhibits and ordered to be sold, J. P. Bailey. She Is accompanied by small audience Monday night. 0 Flora Dreecher'a violin performances Monday, "You aro not going to vote with Containing 106 Acres, her llttlo frlend.'Mlea Iner Wllhoit. ? u "Well" said tho Mmssks.!M. W. Hunter and G.B. Fon- woro very fino. Miss Clara Mae Bryant tho negroes." In Garrard county, Ky , on the waters of Dlx have boon voting with the ne- River and boundeU as follows, On th da, of KIngsvllle, were horo Wodneaday proved herself an elocutionist of unusual by the lands of J J. Walker, on the can- ability and Scott Hey wood's cornet con- groes all your life, I suppose I can do it gottlng out n lot of printing forthelr by Dix River, on the west by the And tho republican was landt of Jeremiah liland and on the tributions were loudly applauded. Morr oue time." by ning factory which is now a certainty. tho la'ids of Mrs. Bowen. chief train dispatcher, Max Kramm, tho pianist just landed sad at tho saying, for ho had stood in farm It sold for the James of the This valuable purpose W. F.8.iEKirAt, division of tho proceeds among llenjamin has returned from a month's visit to his from the Faderland, manipulates tho lino and voted with the negroes for lo tnd will be sold at a whole. Blackerby'a devisees I'otesstoo will not be old homo at Newark, O. Mr. J. A. keys liko an artist but his walk is a little these many years nndihad never before the tit day of January, given the puri hjser until 1805, unlets Lcriafterer dered by ihe court 10 be given tooner. Mudd has been holding things down in oir color, and tho boys wero disposed to thought it disgraceful to do so. Minnie liland, Katie Walter and Elizabeth keep him walking across tho stage. his absence. of Thk report having gained currency Dlackerby, heirs and devisees earsDenjamin It is adbeing infants under at j of Muntonvillo, of age, Mr.Jam.uP. K.rrr, U3 young ladiea had signed n paper judged that their Interests in the proceeds of sale Some ot tho moro hot headed of the that be not collected, but remain a lien on the land la attending tho medical college of who to boycott a popular young jewolor, tosu until tneir respective guardians execute the Ohio at Cincinuatl, has our thanks for prohibitionist have indulged in tho foolho declined to voto in tho prohi bonds required by law, or until they respectively exer- ish talk of boycotting those merchants arrive at the age of ai years. ,jnvitatiou to tho commencement olection, wo inquired into it and Terms of aale: O a credit of 6 and ia months, who did not see fit to voto for prohibi bition prox. the purchaser cises to occur on the 6th with apprcned searo glad to Bay it is not entirely true. curity, piysbletoto execute bendbearing 6 per cent. the Com'r, tion Monday. This ia absurd in tho exfrom day of tale until paid and having the On election day the ladles sent for the interct ((feet force and of a Judgment, upon which the ex- Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. treme, and allows a CITY AND VICINITY. feel gentleman to come to the church, but ecution may stue in his tavor if not paid at ma My stock is sure to please you in that any temperato man should all the purchase t go, when an over zealous turttv. is Lien reser.cd urtilR.C.WARREN Tkadk with Danks, tho Jeweler. money paid. heartily ashamed of. Thero ia no doubt ho declinod to M. C. L. C. C. young lady moved that they should nil Nrw corn planter J25 at Farria it Mar about tho honesty of purposo of n great resolve to trade no more with him. Not many who did not voto on tho question din's. eight voted and Bomo of them say as well as of many who voted for high over Try our new vapor etoves. W. II. license, and such talk is calculated not thoy diJ it under tho spur of tho moOP LAND. A full stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, VarWearen A Co. only to do tho rauso of prohibition harm, ment, and regret it. It is rather an i nishes, &c. proceeding and it is a pity LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. Oliver chilled plow points, tbreo for but to provo to tho outside world that that anybody on any occasion should let thero are fanatics hero too illiberal to 1, at W. n. Wearen A Co.'s. llenjamin Blaelcerbv't Derisees, &c, Plffs, an honest mau to express hfc his zeal run away with his judgment. acainst llenjamin Ulackerby's Devisees, &c. Deft. Thuradajn permit Notice of sale. Fkksii fish on Tuesdays, Before Spring Cleaning. honest views. Pursuant to a judgment herein at the February MATRIMONIALMATTERS. term of this court, the undenignrd Commiisionor and Saturdays. M. F. Klkin. Circulars from a.Quthrie (Oklaho- win on In Hades. A youug man at Kich Col. Cash Ouookk lias boen appotniou mond, who ia in the habit of getting ma) law firm are. being Bent out Baying Monday, Aoril postmaster at Altamont, Laurel county, on a spree occasionally, during ono of that divorces can bo had thero easily, Holm; tho 6rst day or the April term ol the Lin. vlco K. Woodall, resigned. his periodicals tho other day, was badly that "tho proceedings will be entirely coin County Court, at tho court house door in tho or Ky., know town and Stanlord, sell tobetween the hours of 11 defendant got and a. in. the highest and best 3 p.m. Just received over 800 saraplo hats. taken in by his comrades. IIoroom, past private," of "tho going on." need bidder at public outcry the tract ot land on the was nothing what is going and staggering to his No two alike. Latest Bprlng stylos and waters of Dlx River, in Lincoln couniy, K friends Another member of the Gould fami- near Hubble, known as tho Benjamin Ulackerby shapes in soft and stiff. Come and see. Boon in n drunken stupor. His darkened tho room, and placing dozena ly is to mako an actress his brido. Al- home place, and B. F. Jones & Son. of beer bottles around his bod with can though tho report had been denied, it is Containing 163 0 Acres, Wk aro very anxious, to secure a cor dies in them started them all to burning! now announced that Howard Gould will And bounded as follows: By Are on exhibition in the window of the Danville, Dix respondent at Ilustonville and will make alter ihe fashion of an Irish wake. marry Odette Tyler. Miss Tyler boa River .V Lancaster tumriike nuul. on th nn.,t arc t person Gradually awaking after tho whisky be been playing in "The Girl I Left Behind and siuth and wett by the Rush Branch turnpike it to tho interest of road and by the lands of James Kobinson, Samuel . ispoonamore ami omera, and p articular! de- of cither eex to favor ns rogularly. gan to uio out, no espieu uiazee uu Me." scrtueq Dy metes anu bounds In thi petition anc juJcmcnt and ordered to be tdld under thejudir arouud him, and in n dazod manner, the byCHURCHMFAIRS. ment aforesaid ol thtt court. Said tract by order Tub Junction City ordinances and of this court wat subdivided Into three parcel printed'at this office Bhow that thought dawned upon him that ho was laws just Thero were fi2 additions to tho York and tho subdivisions will b offered separately, in not and the fire whore the worm dyeth Don't fail to examine our goods when passing and you will find our order. thero will bo plenty of fines and other is nover quenched. Tho terrible expe- Street Congregational church at New- the followingparcel of 13 The first acret on the cast stock the most complete and our every sort of a misdethe Ruth Branch pike punishments of port as tho result of a two weeks' meet- tide of Samuel Spoonamore, ncd adjoining tho rience of that day baa wrought a Ianda ol Mrs. Menefeo and meanor. Mrs. Ball: then the home nlarn. whirh mil n. change in tho young man and he ing. 11T acres, including the dwelling and tain Thoro havo been 320 additions to tho other ics of equalization increased has resolved to never get drunk any improvements, and the third parcel of 44 Thk board acret on the west end of the place, divided First Presbyterian church at Covington the value of landB In this county 0 per more. from the main body of land by a line running in tho past four years under Dr. Black- from the lurnp.ke road nearly due west to J amea and lots 0. County Clerk G. B. cent, Robinson's house, including a house, the Com'r Bold TmBf. By raising a window a burn's pastorate Cooper went before tho board at Frankreserving the bids. Eld. J. G. Livingston writes ua to The Com'r will then offer alloftald tracts in and got a re- thief entered tho residence of Mr. John fort, howover, this week one body, or the acre tract and 1 ou M. Hall on Monday night, and finding announce that he will preach at Halls So 100 acre tract 105 one body and the 13 the 44 in 50100 duction to 5 percent, on lands and pantaloons near the bed Gap church at 11 a. M., and 7:30 r. M., acre tract b;ltself,the oiler producing most money that gentlomau's lotB. to do me accepieu 01a or Olds. The 105 35 100 where ho was Bleoping, tho scamp took Sunday, All members aro requested to tract includes tne family burying grounds, which other day ui so acre, ueuueting same leaves 105 is Foxks iiavk IloLM.-T- ho what money thoro was in his pocket-boo- k be present. 5 10 acres and aright of way over same to said K. T. Fence and John W. Flowers Messrs. reserved to family of and, so far as ia known, without Tho Methodist preachers of Chicago burying grdunds.lt and his heirs.theThe llenjamin II. ackerby holo in a land is saw an oU rod fox run into a molesting anything elso of value, mado havo determined to discontinue tho fur- told for the purpose of division ot the proceeds I have added to my business a line of among Benjamin Illackerby's devisees and will be atump on Smith Baughman'a farm and- his exit. A copper cent, dated 1017, ther publication of their church ouereu as neicin indicated, Purchaser or pur.. .. imr to it. Efforts to dlfl- which Mr. Hail prized very highly and In tho Sunday papora. They chasers will be placed In pottettion of all except they pocket-knifthe land wheat, whenever the terms ot tale are lpdgo her proved euccessful and that had been many years will be tho loser by it. Tho newspa- complied in a with. Minnie Bland, Katie Walter and ElUabeth and nine young onea. cabbaged her in eervico wero also taken from his pers don't care. Blackerbv.helrt and devisees of Benjamin Black crby, being infants under at years of age, It ia ad IIo says that anybody finding of horses hitched to an empty pocket. inteiestin A Miea Bunch, of Indiana, got horself judged that their but remain the proceed! ol tale be not collected, a lien on the land excitement here the knifo and copper cent in possession wagon created some superintendent by stand- until their respective guar 'iant execute the bonds From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match coming down Lancaster of the rascal that took them can get in elected school required by law, or until tbey respectively arrive Wednesday by without wasje. If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it tho polls and pinning Marechal at the age of at yean. BPeed. Tho outfi cash 150 for each by calling on him. ing at Terms of aale: 6 and Street at a break-nec- k and pink carnations on the the purchaser to On a credit ot with u months, here in two days. execute bond approved te een who had sent This la ono of tho boldest robberies that Neil roses belonged lo, I?. W. lapels of the voters' coats, a number of curlty, payable to the Com'r, bearing 6 pes cent. wx.4. whose baa been committed in Stanford in ma Interest trora day of tale, uatil paid and having the country for some to tho cigars and, lore una cocci 01 a juugmrai, uponwnich. execu getaway from ny years, and tho theif may yet find whom bad already received paid at .Liea driver had let the team the devil and tho deep drinks from her male opponents, of tlon may ittue if. notpurchase maturity.Is Dtid. it re waa done himself between money served until an me k several, htm. Hitle 6i no damage ILUWAKlim, M l. L.. V. U. whom there were sea. blue boreea or wagon. for Thk ofllcial count showed no change A candidateaction Representative tn Congress,oftub Hoys' cups 5c up. Mon's etlff hats 00c ot the Democratic party Jeetto tho the in the vote as given by us. HtiBtonvillo Eighth Congressional Puma of Kentucky. F. Jones & Son's. went wet by 0 wiijority, and Stanford Savk money, time and labor by using dry by 2 t. the vapor stove. W. II. Wearen & Co. Ik a business noto to this office, Mr. Ip vtm want a hat of any kind, shape James Frye, of Ilustonville, says: "I A Rood Hone, Harness and a single Surrey, at low at new, for sale $130. or style, go straight to It. F. Jones A am a "dry," with malice toward no Rood at Joe Rout's tofor tho or onprico of T. L. see It, Call Judge man." That's tho kind of a spirit to Shelton it you want to buy. Son. L. A FARISS, manifest and wo commend it to thoco oim Lexington, Ky, Fon S a I.K. 250,000 good brick for Bfllo who are disposed to tear their shirts. cheap. Address Coal it Iron Bank, I Luikkty. The people here woro con" Ky. siderably Btartled at about 7:30 r. m. Just received a new and nice lot of Tuesday by tho announcement that Mrs. I will on April iat commence to tell my stock ol spring clothing for boys. Call and see Harriet Wilkinson, wifo of Tncle Mat General Merchandise at S. II. Shanks. Wilkerson, while sitting in a chair knit CITY COSt FOR THE CASH bar- ting, had dropped dead. She was 05 or or Country Produce to that I can get cash cut of Don't forget us when you want gains in Dry Goods, Shoes or Clothing, 70 years old, a good woman, and loved tucn at liacon, kard, Kggt and ChicKent, Ac. So come tight along and we will swap dollars awhile. by all. It is supposed sho had heart dis- - ir we can do nothing else these hard times. ThankB F. Jones A Son. m m Of our-- Nice Turnout For Sale. Beautiful Wraps. Mid-dlcsbo- HEAD THIS U f TWA -- This is only one. We have them from $i up. We have also new Bordon Laces, those new Streamer Tics, those new Silk Braids, and everything new in Dress Goods and Trimmings. , Commissioner's Sale. g. 7 9th, Come s and : See : Us. i 1 bar-room- tc-- HUGHES & TATE. Si-in- Wciten-dorl'tlln- c it: from-No- Always LI AD IN LOW PRICES. Ku-batik- s Tro-bridg- e Ji-iK-ii , Commissioner's Sale Muston-tonvill- THIS WEEK, ONLY, ", 23d. m n, -- 40-10- demo-crat,,"yo- New Lancaster Ginghams, Apron Check and Dress Styles at south-ea- st south-we- tt north-we- st SEVERANCE & SON. : lllack-rrb- y, be-cau- so WALL PAPER narrow-mindedne- ss Commissioner's Sale DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. BCAirs. i irouR repairing dohe 9th, A. E.. PENNY, Druggist. Easter Presents DANKS, : 35-10- awide-a'wak- o hi This : Jeweler. oo jc-t- cora-ple- to PRICES J3ETOttD COMPETITION. Eo-i- 35-1- 00 ... cnc-im- n CARPETS! CARPET - SAMPLES, H. i.,,i e hr either the J. McROBERTS. ,, ? . , fPJP1 " ?. y "SWi trw.'.1 ' UV'' ' fU 3 ! m - ' l 1) 4 Pt Mrtrtte Kfttwfw SIM. one week has come and gone, Paderewsri says ho has mado all the Since we on earth did part, money ho needs and hereafter will do- -, Our lovintf memories clins to you, Published Every Tuesday and Friday vote his tituo to composition. You still live in each heart, lie AT hasn't, however, enough money to In- And often tears come in each eye, YKAKtX ADVANOK duce him to get Ids hair trimmed. 3 Tears of affection trut, to God, not opaid $2.60 wilt be charged." "Christus," Rubinstein's new sacred : As wo look up in prayer you. And praying think of onera. is nlinrllv in ln sriviin Itn Initial performance at Urcslau, and because, w nevr, novor can forgot, of tho subject treated upplauso or. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Your face, your form, your voice, demonstration of any nature will be And yet we feol our lope, Bad hearts, Train, nave Rowland at 7:00 a. ra., returning strictly forbidden. Should bo glad and rejoice, at 5:10 p. ra. The queen of Denmark, In her sev-- ., ' For you're at homo in Ilea ven with God, L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. only-sixtWith aneols ever near, year, Is ono of tho finest In tho world. A thoroutrhlv While we are left to mourn tor you, pm harpist Mail tram going North....... ....I37 In grief aud sorrow hero. South...., ii)P accomplished musician, sho assists In Express trata " South...... it si pm trios of which tho other two parts nro O! sacred SDOt that holds) tho form, North...... ...3 tiara taken by Local freight North....... 36 ....Qao;pam standing. tho professionals of high 'May angola vipils keep, m ' SouthMrt......,..........M.., Upon the mound that marks tho grave, Tha lattr trains alio carry passengers. Sieofiuf.d Wagner, tho son of tho O'er which wo bow and weep, Th. above il calculated oa standard time Solar great composer, Is giving his wholo For our loss la Heaven's gain, ime ts about ao minutei fatter. time to tho preparations atBayreuthi And wo must sigh and wait CRESCENT ROUTE. QUEEN for tho scries of Wapnerian represents- - Until he hour romps when wo Shall meet at Heaven's gato. Going North tralm pan Junction Cltj at fo- tions that will commenco In July. He Children. conductor, which very llows: Vestibule starts 6 a. m. Ves. is a Local s 1:55 p. ra Florida often perplexes tho orchestra. IIo is tlbulaLlraIted3p.ro. Limited aut a m. The United States Trust Company South N. O. Vestibule n:j.? p. m. Florida said to bo a musician of great Intelligence. Limited it p m Locil i:ai p. .m. Of New York hns asked for a receiver for Vestibule arrives S:4o p. tn. Meyerbeer's favorito baton, madoof i, HirorKihrira. Falls of Rouch and ebony with silver tip, has come to light Green River railroad. Falli Branch Jellico Goal Co., again, He gave it as a present to tho At El Reno, Oklahoma Territory, Danish composer, Olaser, whoso widow Mrs. Williams, aged five the GENUINE Miners and shippers of tho other day sold It at auction for the twoBonaofa and sir, killed their baby brother who benefit of famishing fishermen In Jutwas loft in their care. A club was used, land. 'Try it. We are tho sole agents tor Stanford land As examination of tho effects left by and the littlo fellows were preparing to Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and rail the composer Tschaikowsky shows that bury the body when the mother put In road crossing. HIOGINS WATTS. 0 ho had commenced work on an opera nor appearance. i on tno subject 01 "lioraeo and Juliet," Corrected Arums of tho census r!vo a subject which Is authoritatively said country in to be now engaging tho attention of the wealth of the as compared with $43,012,-000,0Verdi. Tschalkowsky also left, finished ThestockholdertoftheDanvt leand Crab Orin 1BS0. Tula shows an increaso chard pike are requested to meet at the First Na- and ready for production, a new ballet two acts and a number of valuable of 49.02 per cent, in 10 years. From tional Bank, in Stanford, on SATURDAY, APR. In 7, 1894, lor the purpose o( electing directors for fragments. 1870 to ISSOthe percentage of increaso the ensuing year. JACK BOSLEY, Semi-Weekly Interior Journiv A MUSICAL MELANGE. Mrs. Der Ma Welchmont 6367. TO Son or William Welch, ton or Rysdrk's Ham. liletontaa to, out of I'anUne by Alraenl Korrest. he by Old Almost, he by Alexander' Abaallah, he by Rysdyk't HatubletoAlan to, at) stsndaid and reg- Iiterrd xritii all the trstters you want ea both, sides, with recordsas low as:os Wrlchmont Imparts trotting action to Ms colt gait. all over. .Sjveraf have shown a He Is lull 16 hands hich. black as a crow: Im parts high knee action. Hit colts make fine New York saddlers. He U a fino Individual and stands atilluitoutille at my stable at TICK T.ATHM. D. S. CARPENTER, -, JP-HJ- iej-Wh-en J t:t Mri. Cory daundar Mrs. Having secured the service of Mist Mattie Al- At the well. known W stand el J. H. Grew, la len from Cincinnati as Trimmer fer this season. I - cordially Invite the todies to Inspect a carefully selected Hack ol Millinery at ptKes ta suit th times. The ladles are invited to sen my nice, new Has Just rrceired an exceltent addition to hla line ot Stamped Linen and Embroidery Materia stock or Furniture and cordially lavlteiyou to eII MISS LICCIK RKAZLF.Y. and tsarem It. He Makoageat ror the UHsw Stanford, Ky, I Chilled and Silver Steel Plows as well as repairs (Arum. HiinlnM iiaml hiuher In the esNma stock ol harness tlon or the public than these. I1U and saddles Is Isrger than evsr. Has also added a line of IJuggies, Surreys and Stores. D. S.CARPKNTKR. Hustohville, Kentuoky, J h I $10 to Insure a Living Colt, or $5 tho Season, Lower thau any ether horte in Kentucky bred like him. U.S. UIKIH.T, IbK, Hustonvllle, Ky. Harris Hamilton A trial Is solicited. m THE F. RILEY H. HOUSE Kentucky. d. ..- -.- I guarantee satisfaction. Will ooen a MANTUA MAKING eiUblhhment n the pink cottage on Lower Main street, Man. lord, and be ready to teceive orders April 1. They use tn latest and luoit fashionable patterns and RIIjRY,Proprletor, London. n - - - ) I Dentaark Chief. $5 to Insure a Living Colt jj Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Ihateiaoved to my new Hotel' and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the pubNc Good Livery attached and .very convenience Give me a caiL rRAHK RI1.KY. Blue-Gra- ss left-hand- ed Dlue-Gr-as Original Jellico Coal. Turnpik Xlotion. -- 1890aaS05,-037,031,19- 7, 00 WALLACE DENMAEK 55, tm. President RULERS OF EUROPE. MAGNETIC OIL! OIA, Lnrae Hack, Rprain. llrultos, BwelUlJe, 8tlfl Joints, COLIO and :itAiirs instantly. Cholera Mor-Croup, Dlptherla, Sore Throat, lEADACllE, us If by tnagtc Uk HllBi:k OBlUn Especially nrenarnl t'r IHii nwilMU PnariU, stock, Double 8treno.j weraon owernu ana i'eneirntlt)KJLinlui(ntior Mat. or Heart In existence. Large tl elzs 75a, 60c size 10c JOHNSON'S Internal and External. Ciree RHEUMATISM, NEUBAL Instant Killer ol Pain. u, Faea B.autlfle.--. Ladles will find It o mon delleat sad highly perfumed Toilet Bonp on the market. It la absolutely pure. Makes the aklnaott and velvety and restores the loot com- tho filexloni la a luxury for then-ni-Bath for Infanta. Itching, cleannes and promotes the growth oX hair. Price 26c For gale by JOHNSONS ORIENTAL SOAP. Medicated and Tartlet. Tho Great Skin Curo and A. R. PENNY, !P Stanford Ky. ..IF YOU ARK GOING nroRTH lanesT, or THE The emperor of Germany has appointed Prof. Seller, of tho Berlin university, and classical historian, privy councilor, with tho titlo of "excellency." The shah of Persia Is a photographer' of no mean skill. In his travels about his domain ho takes a camera, which ho uses on any bit 6f landscape striking his fancy. Emperor William's famous bottle of wino which ho sent as a peaco offering to Ilismnrck was of tho "Stcinborger Cabinet of 1843" vintage. It was a bottle of tho finest wino in tho imperial cellars, of which there aro only a few left. Because Queen Victoria, with tastes, still enjoys tableaux vlvant8, that unexciting amusement is almost tho national indoor resourco of English homes where joung women still bcllovo In the theory of statuesque -ed oeauty. The ailyer democrats In the House The above named stallions will iuako the season are preparing to make a fight for the pas- - at my farm v'4 miles west ol Itustonvlhe, near sarn nt tbn Bland Sciszniorago Bill over Carpenter's Station. the President's veto, no ono doubting Denmark anv loneer that tho bill will bo vetoed. Goes all the gaits to perfection and without any trainmc trots under The chance of succeeding is admitted to quarters hands high. a.'io. Filleen and three- II y Sumpter Denmark, Jr; he by Goddard's be a Blendor one. & Crcmwell'a Denmark, D.liuurk, he Tho inquest into Prendergast's ean-it- y he by the race by Gaine horse Denmark, he by Imp. Hedge-lorhas again been postponed, and the dim......Fannie Wallace .No. 16, by Sir Wallace, he by Todhunter'a Sir Wallace, ho by assassin seems to bo gradually Blipping much his ugly head out of the noose. Thero dm oir Virginlusiinorougnoreo by dam or Vlrginius br Trsn- attorneys have by. (thoroughbred) he by Alston's Whip, is now a report that the thoroughbred. agreed to a commutation of tho sentence 3 dam... a Whip Mare to life imprisonment. 316 the Insurance. The cold wave has had a more disas trous effect than waa at first supposed, 262. frost extending to the Gulf of Mexico. In Texas frosts kill Sixteen hands high. By Wallace Denrrark 33; Florida. Mississippi and ice pedigree of Wallace Denmark cj ed the vegetables, strawberries, tho fruit 1 dam Mac t?. bv Vldette. bv Vindex. he by mood's Hlsck Hawk, he by Old niack crop, and, in some cases, tho early corn. Vidette's 1st nam by Whip' Hawk. ad dam Gallatin, vl dam Old Tirer. The cold continues in the West, and at Vlndcx's 1st dam byMambrino Chief 11; SL Joseph the Missouri river is frozen. ad dam by Old Hay Messenger, 3d dam waa 45.14. Grape Full Denmark Chief will make the present season at Vines, stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, everAsparagus, Small Fruits, Shrub, and ything usually round In a nursery establishment. Ve sell direct to the planter and hare no agents. Catslogueson application 11. F. HILLENMKYRR, He is a nice bay, t hands 3U Inchn hiRh, five Lexington, Ky. years old.. He saddles well, but has not been 5 trained. He is by Hutchinson Chief. No. lisso. oy Messenger Chiet. Hutchinson Chiefs first ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF dam br Sentinel: ad dam by Alexander's Abdal- dam by Red Jacket; Mcsaenger Chief by lau, Abdallah Pilot; 1st dam by Mambrlno Messenger, ad lsm byMambrino Chief, jd dam by Imp. Na- poleon. Denmark Chiefs tst dsm was sired by Sumpler Denmark, he by Goddard's Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromwell's Denmark, he by the race horse Denmark, he by the Imp. Hedgelord. His ad dam wasby On Tino, yX dam by Red Lion. As assignee or Glass & Johnson, Ljwitl, until Mares parted with forfeits tho Insurance sell Will make the season three miles from Crab further notice, Orchard, on the Crab Orchard and Stanlord pike. SAMUEL COCHRAN, Crab Orchard, Ky. The stock or merchandise at Kingsvllle which Glass Jt Johnson assigned to me for the Une fit of their creditors. The stock consists of Dry Goods, Moots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Notions, Groceries, Ac. This Is a fine chance fur bargains. Any person desiring to bur the stock as a whole will do well to call uu me lor terms. All persons indebted to the firm must come up HOWARD ALCORN, and settle with mc. Trustee. 5. If Th Florno Sotl, JELLICO rENNUSSRE, Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, Prop. A Stock of Merchandise The best hotel In the elt v and the oat v one with a sample room for drummers hspecia attentlsa a 10 tnc traveling public. Kates t, --THE OLD- - At Kingsvllle, Kentucky. TACZSOXT HOT7SX, SAM B. WARNACK, Pior. AT COST FOR CASH! London. - KENTUCKY. ft-C- Refitted and refurnished and in every way pre- pared to attend tha want of the public. Kales n very reasonable. ITow Mat Shop. rlrst-cUss 4 -- LEXEL 262. We have opened on Depot Street a Ilutcher Shop, where we will keep at all time thajty&t best meats thst the country affords. We will han- - " die nothing but the best aud will n V Fruit Trees For Sale ! SELL FOR CASH ONLY, Wallace d. 1 1 Atwe can not keep books. Our customers will Atjour Fruit Farms and Nurseriee one mile West be served In the best stvle tnd we solicit the pator Kingsville, Lincoln county. Wt have as fine a ronage orthe public We alto bur c?ood com fix! tirwV at Fruit Tr.ot as anv man ever handled. cattle and hogs. ANDERSON CARR A-- CO., 91 3 ready for transplanting nto orchird and garden JStsnlord, Ky. this Kail. Orcbaruaof Apples and Peaches will be assorted to suit customers at $10 per hundred The trees are nice, the varieties the best. Everything needed to male home attractive and the children happy will be found here. For circulars address J. A. McKKEft CO., Ky. Kingsvllle, 64 JlANrOKD, KY., 4f THE GOFFEY HOUSE . Commercial McKINNEV, KY. I have bought above mentioned Kinney and have attached a First-Ol&- M Hotel, JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r. Lcxcl This Hotel, renovated and refurnished, Is now la tay charge and I intend to 'Conduct it so as ta not only maintain it. hick reputation, but to add Hots! at Mc- - to Its long list ol friends, special accoamoda tions for coooicrciil traveler aad (U rooms fer the dlsploy efssia pies. AtFlrst-Clas- s tl S&r and Pool Boom. Have repaired and relurnlshed the Hotel and am better than ever Saloon) THOMAS YEAOER. Aid MILLIARD aad POOL ROOMS attached j7-JOSEPH corrKY, JAMES YKAGER. Prepared to Accommodate the Public. Fine Livery and Feed Stable attached, P. W. GREEN. Proprietor. JESS ROUT, Manarer. Hpecial attention tn Commercial Men. y?ri. !P"? A u. - LOUIBVILLC 4 Nasjhvilic R. r. 1 The sultan of Turkey is a high liver. His kitchen costs the empire two hundred thousand dollars a year, and his dishes, the daintiest a chef can prepare, aro sealed by Osman Pasha, tho hero of Plevna, and unsealed again In tho Is the hoe for you, as its sultan's presence. & ifv' & !, IW thickest on the north J STEELE CARPENTER, a treo Hustocville, Ky. timos on ine souttt slue. When Baby w slclcwa gaTO her Cnxtort. d A orange was raised tho When she waa a Child, ho cried for Castoria. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH past season In tho grovo of Mr. Fessen- - When iho became MUm, h clung to Caatorto. FTJBItXG .For any information enquire or den at Tnmpa. Fla. It measured flvo When fthe had Children, aho gf vethem Caatoria, JOES. RICE, Agent, and a quarter inches in diameter. T3r Stanford, Ky ..CF. 9 W. A McQUOWN, Trar. Pats. Agent, Lv 18S0 a lime tree In Uenvickshlre Junction City, Ky four feet in diameter, six feet from tho 1 A Desirable Homestead. ground, was blown clean down and Jjohn'B. .Cattleman. A. G. Lanham raised and replaced e'7 again. It "Perhaps you would not think o."l comes n of diseasaa in New York shows no trace of its injur larae says Dr about catching cold from so Silas Wiucrxsox, a landscape gar- Svrus Kds.n. "It Is such a simple thing andcase On Monday, April 9, 1894, people, unless tl. a few dener of the Metropolitan 1'nblic Garany atten tlon to cold. New Court day for county, t Auan-li- ? dens association, London, is now en- of pneumonia, pay hcslthist places on the cases of County the court houseLincoln In Stsnford,will sell before Ky., a door Is one of the a great many, very deilrable tract of yet there gaged in laying out St. Mary's park, cat?h"nd consumpUonare which have their origin Woolwich and Victoria Park cemetery. fn this neglect ol thi slmple.l precaution or every Acres Land Myatt's Fields, Cambcrwcll and Vaux- - day The most sensible auvlce is, when y you as possible. II all OP OVERPOOI,. hall park are other open spaces recent have one get rid of it as soon Dr. M. on do. . ..t lying on both sides of the county road leading neglect it.', mean, from the Hall's Gsp and Waynetbuig Pike by ly lam out ly Miss Wilkinson. It will relieve the way f Pleasant Point church, 10 King.villc. It H haSb.ru.;Cough Vemed-yTiik increased cultivation of the is open the 'wrctions aid BAKBEEftCASTLEMAN poppy in various parts of Europe lias, lungs,effect expectoration, cure as and so cent and of distant Sone mile from Klngsvilla, the jnnctio the C. AG. railroads, where there is a depot, a permanent soon express and telegraph office. The county road Hocker, druggist. for sale by Dr. S. O. is said, led to a marked growth in MANAGERS, it mentioned is the line of tho turn pike to bo built . rhe coming summer to Ktngstille The farm is the percentage of opium contained in Chsmberlin'a Cough Remedy gives tho best mostly level or gently rolling land, and It Oocamorca Buildingf, Louisville honey, the properties of which aro hand e, and improved being, all uuder good fence and raedicine satisfaction of any in tb much influenced by the flowers from asaseller leads 'all oVr preparation, the best having an abundance ol timber for fencing and ' Agents throughout thfl South. for wood, and abundsneoof excellent water. Also market. I recommend il becau o it is which tho bees go titer it. medicine I ever tandUd for W"5hVDdlac.ubP having a comlortable and commodious dwelling, good a fine garden stocked with flue A. W. UaldrldEe.Allllersville, V. A. TRIBBLB, Local Agront. small fruits and a splendid orchard. Dr. S. G. Hocke , druggist. FADS OF FAMOUS WOMEN. , TREES Moss grows at . LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI ' f ld0 of nill8 iiua us largest For all points. Double Dally Trains Make close connections AND FLOWERS. Bnd su"-ixsc- d tne A severe hunutic pain in well left shoulder had known druggist a troubled Mr. J H. At or Des Molne;, Iowa, tor orer six months. ero that be could not was so limes the pain not lift auythlrg. With all he could do he could Pain gel rider It until he applied Chambe.Uln's at plications or it,", he Balm. "I only made three says. "And hareaince been free from all pain. .1 it m tuuons similarly afflict ed. It is f sale by Dr. S O. Hocker, druggist. 3 3 4 by Cannon's Whip. Wallace, by Sir Wallace, he by Todhunter'a Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, (thoroughbred.) dam. ..by Virginlus, he by Mason's Whip, l i norougnbrcd.i dam.. .a Whip Mare. dim....lulia YE AGER .ft YE AGER, LIVES?, ...j. SIO tne Inaurance. Stock committed to mr car. and breedlns will rtceive my personal attention. Grass furnished at reasonable rales lob. paid before removal or it ck. No responsib llty for accldeola or escapes. Parting with stock forfeits insurance. R, warn 1 Dealer In M AND M H.Y. STULE, STANFORD, m We are in our new stable la the Optra "uu nu w.u suppnea witn ,,, Heat. KEW MGSJUfD.HORIM Have been purchased and Both urnouts will leave lh stable two-poux- SALI Groceries, Candies, Give th cut a Call. to-d- ay ROYAL propo-lio- Fancy Goods, Fruits, &c. Desires to thank you for your pa tronage during the year which is almost gone and asks a continuance during the coming year. When Hungry try one of his FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock Surplus m Insurance Company 1 ioo of V - bot-Ile- a etcel-tent- ly 1 STANFORD, KY. m MERCURIAL medicine after medicine, which I took without any reliof. I also tried mercu- ciiil and potash remedies, with unsuc-poison. Fulton, yrJO. Jones, ofion yearsArk., says of ago i Aou' IssJK tractodasorerocasoofblood Xioading con-rrrv'mS-M physicians prescribed RHEUMATISM cessaul results, but which brought on an attack of mercurial rheumatism that mado my life ono of Bgony. After g four years I gavo up all remedies and commenced using S. S. S. After taking- several bottlos, I was entiroly cured and able to resume work. Is the greatest medicine for y blood poisoning on suf-orin- ttho TreU uaa. KKn gT'l market" oa to-da- Mrs. Andrew Carxeoik is happiest when arranging some holiday concert or musical festival for the downtrodden and the needy. ExoiJsND has a woman coroner only over there they call her a "lady coroner." Women in the vestries ato no novelties in Queen Victoria's country. Musk, so long despised, is likely to 'return to tho toilet cases of fashion. Queen Victoria used it last spring at Osborne house; it scented tho garden parties nt Marlborough house, and the royal wedding in London. The princess of Wales wears it and so do tho princesses. Miss Herbert, who is "tho cabinet lady" of tho household of tho secretary of the navy, ia fond of wearing palo shades of lavender, pink and blue, combined with white. Sho wears tho last color so frequently that she might almost be called "tho woman in white." She designs many of tho costumes. BROAD GRINS.- .. . . . k.. wfwM , n n.i tiive i lu iu"w.. tnr cuts tetter, ores, ulcers, salt rheum, lever sores,iU ikU capcorns ud ped hands, chilblains, requir and positively cures piles, or no satislaction to gtvv perfect nt. per boi Hrico ormone'etunded. "or sale by A. R. Penny, Stanlord. Ky. 1 BuCitiln'BArnlca Salvo CMre.na?rR?PenyVrD,-ular sire soc.and ti.oo. S m procuraoie. O. A Discovery is N. V.. save that Dr. King's New that he lias estCougn remedy; undoubted! y vcass, anu It has used it in his i.milv for eizht Why faded odoi ,11 Trial g A Household Troasuro. ,Y., say. Fuller, ol Canao"harie.N. Discovery Inthat the he aiwa'y. kee,', Dr. King's New be withou it If xuld not housi acl hU D W of the land Is cleared and ready clIiI. s for the section. vatlon.and tho soil is Tbe dwelling is within quarter of a mile of a church, school and postonice, and the neighbor- noou la a coocl one It Is a most denrahlc home. Title perfect, and will be becked by a good war ranty. The place is known as the Reed farm Terms: One half cash, balance within onu year with 6 per cent interest, or at the option ofthe curchaset on six and twelve months' time at 6 per plent- - interest with approved security on first noie il. HELM. lien on unu tor second, fitst-clasd. fr Three-fourt- hs 25 CTS MEALS And ) ou will . certainly go back and try him again. Attention or the pubtte is invited to th. fac that this is the only National llaak ia Stanford Under the provisions or th. NaCwaal Uaak Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders1 liability fer aa amount equal to tha siock, so that depositor ot this Institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements ofthacend.uon of the baak are made each yearto the United States government and Its assets are etamlacd at itattd tleaas by government agents, thus securing addititoaa uu pciicci sai.iy 10 aepotitors. This institution, originally estll tha Deposit llaak of Stanford la titl. lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in iMs and sgain re organlMHlaathe First National Hank ol buntordlo iSSs, has had practically an uninterrupted exittencoof m years. It Is better supplied now w'.th lacllilles for transacting bunions prompt ly and liberally than ever before ia Its long aad honorable carotr. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms aud Individuals respectfully solic-te- d. 1 o S200,000 2I.300 ..SALE OF.. W. W. WITHERS, -- tUcUln: Store. Land, Stock, Crop, &c. As Executor or W, M Hlgrjns, deed , sell at public auction on the premises on ( Dealer In- - Rcgu- - will Furniture Umllicj:, Window Shades, The Directory of this Hank is composed el Poreslus Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; O. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J, W. Hayden, Stanford ; S.H. Hsughmsn.l Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford. R. L. Tanner, McKlnney; M.J, Miller, Ml. Vernon J. S. Hocker, President; John J. McRotxrts, Cashier; A. A. Mc Kinney, Assistant Cashier. H.Clifford, New Cassel. Wis., was trmiMed Specimen OasoB. Thursday, May Rlood and Skin Diseucs maHed g wirr BsmariQ Co., Atlanta, Oa. Munch "Wasthat a ham sandwich you just ate?" Lunch "I can't toll. and Ot- day at home," The .tockhold.rs o7 the Crab Orchard re"What mado Smithers think of will be, notifled that un writing his Btory in blank versa?" oT Crab Orchard election oce ol .the at the "Well, he could sxprr s himself bettor ou Saturday, April 7tb,894. at h?' B to elect five ,5) 3ffifi& ident. that way after his Mel. waa returned." She "You must fel awfully aorry about loalngr bar tml muff?" Ha "Yes, but It mUjrbt have been worae. You see It waa at a bargain counter, m and she had just bought a pair of flity-cePOR A CLEAN Always on hand gloves for a dollar." Two tloon above He "Whewl in this letter you tell Shave. Stylish Cut, your mother the baby has eut two The Hobiwt and Nicwt Gooda? . Or aNke, Refreshing Bath Go to teeth, and the doctor said they would- Can U had In th. market Prices owe tnaa sue and Mourning good, a specialty. Call n't bo through for All sums under $10 cash. All overdue Janu- Je339 Tlieopion'g Barber Ikop, Sho "I know, dear, two weeks more." lowest befor. buying tlMC mmnmii. amine but I was allowMA.ni frtv- "! , V- - i ary 1, 1S95, peoooa.latere:: trom aay 01 sais ana , securea oy witn r Mrs. KU Dudderar, Manager, fie also'ageot er the Leiiagton Steao. Laun- ing for tho tme you would carry the W.H. HIOGINS, Ew. BtOCK , dry, The Seat la the Country. COMMERCIAL letter In your pocket." Inter Ocean. t I didn't think to ask tha man." "Now, Mart, which day of tho week will you want out?" Mary "I can't tell, ma'am, till I know which is your ...v iJsod three Salve and hi. boxes of le'gif sound and well' John Spe.Ver. v;auwua, doctors Ohad five large rever jo"'0" h'4 lV .'. t was Incurable. One. DOi.lB ne saio i7,soiin' - Arniu Salve A"ri c Hitters ana one l P.nnYl "u. cured him enUrely. Sold by A. R. log. i rgi'car,.Und. ..''"'Aca Rlectric Rittora cured him. off gist. ITotio. bdJ?" nt Post-Offlc- e. Hair a Abont 73 Acres in cultivation now, the remainder in grass, situated 4 mil s from Crab Orchard, 8Jf mites from Stanford and i mile from Cedar Creek Station, on the L. & N. railroad. Two story frame house, four rioms also dining room and kitchen, porches, ac, good cistern, smokehouse, an ice house, douole cabin in yard, large barn, two corn cribs, two buegy houses and a Blacksmith Shop, Tools, Ac The farm will be oflered in two tracts and as a whole. Land notes will bear interest d In 6 irnm Jan. 1, 1805, six per cent. months; In in ia months and Good school In X mile of house. 18 months. a Alderner cows with calves. a cow. and calves. S cowi without calves s ..year-ol- d steer. 1 male cow, S calvea j sows and pigs. shoats. itmale hog. 1 a work horses. 1 good buggy mare that a lady can drive. saddle horse. 1 young mare in foal by Uackly's so head of sheep 1S lambs. Household and kitchen furniture, farming Implements, such aa shovel aad turning plows, 1 hay wagon, t rake, 1 mowing machine, 1 rockaway, 1 apring wagoa, scorn shel'er, 1 co.n cruiber, t wheat fan, 1 straw cutter, plow gear, etc. Also a lot ot bacoa, lard, vinegar, corn, hay, straw, etc. Also a track of knob bod ot 50 acres, well timbered, on Otuohcba plk. near Cox' Gap; sold One-thirone-tnir- d one-thi- rd two-hors- e MATTRESSKSKS, AC. 1894, Stanford, t z Kentucky. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co OK STANrORD,:KY The Farm of, ,,. now fully organised and ready for bislneis with 234 Acrosof Land, The NEW FURNITURE STORE Paid up Oapitalof - . 3X, I Is now full of the latest styles and designs the manufactures afford. J Surplus, . SUCCESSOR foTHR - $200,000. 2C000. Oak Red Room Suite., " Walaut Cotton Top Mattresses, Bed Springs, Red Lounges, Couches, Hall Trees, Opaque Window Shades Kitchen Safes, China Closets, Writing Desks, Office Tables, Rocking Chain, Reception Chairs, Ratun Rockers in cherry, Children's Rockers, Nursery Chair., Cradles, Picture Mouldings, Plcturo of all Kinds, Curtain Poles, Single Beds, Hat Racks, Children's Beds, Lounges, Centra Table, Cutting Tables, Dining Chairs, Children' high Chairs UNCLN NATIONAL J Now closing up) with th same asstUaad under ih same management. By provisions of lis chatter, depositor ara a fully protected. aa ai. depositor in National ,n"Dold" bng held Individually liaole to the extent of th amount of their stock th P" '" ia addition to tha amount invested in such shares. It may acta fuU " ln"to a"inaiv7d'uaiminUtm0r' c" To thot who entrusted their buUIsess to us wall, snnaglng th. Lincoln National Baak Stanford, w. we her. t.adcr oar many thanks el trust they will cootlnu to transact tksjJr bustsaad .Tir ? oHerIns? m guaraatee for prompt MExrleac. la 'J?1' t,w0T yar a M. SS .fJJBi?M sound banking. Uof, ,lb'oodasiaM . v'SSS. I am ready to accommodate tay customers with J.J. LOWEST CASH PEICES Oa anything they want la my line. CALL AHTD My prlcei shall be your satisfaction. SIX 1X Williams, ML S. H. Shanks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, Stanford; S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. H. Owsley, Stanford; ' J. FCaah.'Slaaford; William Ooosh, Stanlord; A. W. Carpeater.MUledgevill, Ky W. Hi Cummtni, FraachwiT ill S, H. Shank, President, Dr. JAB. Owi'.y, Cathter, 1 a.-- Opposite the Coffey House. W.W. WITHERS, W.M.r right, TUr, X . tV' " .a iij.iitl- . t. tl MiiJ mK 5 c , .v: -- 1 tJrT' .j ' 1v .