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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1894 sem1894040301 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. Semi-Weekl- y vol. XXII. Pylhlnnlsni Must not be Exposed. (To the Editor of Interior Journal.) Thy following ntntieiiiK lutti-- r lum boon received at thU ollicn. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. APRIL 3. 1894. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. LANCASTER, J2ARRARD COUNTY. j NO. 10 K. K. Wilson returned Sunday from Klder John S. Sweeney hold a pro- There will bo work in tho Master's trncted meeting a Nashville and brought n extended visit to Williamslnwn, Lex- - degree nt tho Masonic lodge Monday ev- '..') into the fold. ington, Paris, Georgetown, Frankfort, enirg. Stiiasiiuiio, Va., Mar. 'JIM. I lonrn J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. Klder Z. T. Sweeney closed a meet- and Indiana. Mr. K. W. Morrow, tho energetic Hint Cot. J. II. Powell, of Kentucky, 1h S. W. Warnack was thrown from a jeweler lias gone to New York ing at Hustle, Florida, with 7fi additions. lo take a 23d, 1894. exposing rytlilaniniM. I don't think tho The meeting horso nuar Pittsburgh last Friday and special course In fitting eye glasses. wiih held in a tent. Knights ought to allow this to bo done. had n collar bono broken. He is doing During tho five months' absence of Tho fioveral persons who joined tlio Full corps of Conservatory ami Normal School teachers. Superior courses in Literature, Mutle and It Ih shame mul nn outrage. Secrecy Dr. Talnmge, his pulpit is to bo supplied well nnd his many friends hope he will Excxlli-n- t Catalogues and circulars furnlshod on application. hoarding department Christian church recently will bo baptiz- An. is our utrongt'Ht protection against frnud by tho evangelist, 11. Fay lo up in a short time. ed in Dix river Thursday afternoon. ctwn-tin- t and Imposition. It In ahsoluti-lI Bin glad to writo that tho roport Mills. Slierifr Hobinson left this morning never You to our very existence. Tho Ml. Vernon Signal snyH that that (Mine to me in regud to Miss Sallie for tho penitentiary with George Hull-mahear of uny smart Aleck kIvIiii: nway Klder .lop. Hallon baptized nnd received Baugh is not true and thai instead of who goes up for eight years for atthe OJd Follows, twisting tlio horns of into tho Christian dhurch seven young having consumption, it was only n tempted rape, and Simon Kngleman, who the cental KlkB, or divulging tlio tricks ladies at his last appointment there. threatened attack of pneumonia, from got two years for breaking into a store. Such auda of tliu Masonic liillv coat. Southern Methodist have 3,015 par- which alio is rapidly recovering. Mr. Henry Arnold died Sunday cious conduct would not bo n good thing sonages for their 4,000 charges, nn After reading tlio law in regard to morning and will be buried this morning Then, why should bin wholesome. for ATof 1,000 parsonages in the last sixth clats towriB, tlio board of trustees cemetery. Funeral serthe Knlclita of l'ythiiw bo subjected 10 Boven years, due, it is Baid, largely to the of Loudon have decided to tender their in the Lancaster vices will bo held nt tho Christian church, Why should tho ups Woman's Society. bo great indignity. resignations to tho county judge on conducted by Elder Gowan. and downit of an Orient rrluce be A. J. Alexander, of Woodhurn, has Monday, April 0, nnd nil parties, who are Lancaster ia on a boom in the way of Tho man who attumpta to given tiio Loulflvillo Presbyterian Theo- interested in either a change or the re- Bocret organizations. The MasonB meet us should bo severely dealt with logical Seminary, property in Chicago tention of tlio old board have a right to on Monday vcnings and haven large at y according to Oriental taw, bo ho a worth 1100,000. The seminary now liaa present same to Jinlgn Harnett, tondance; the 0 Id Fellows hold forth on thoroughbred or ono of tho first nn endowment amounting to SMO.OOO. Tuesdays; tho Knights of Honor have is families of Virginia. Tho Colonel Never Kiss nnd Tell. Dr. L. II. Illanton, through whose meetings on Thursdays and tho coming to our town to cut ids capeis labors the Presbyterian church at Ford Tho Tattler Column of the Louisville their Before buying elsewhere. Knights of Pythias meet on Fridays. He won't do it though, not much. was organized, and the house built, has Times is edited by Miss Elvira Miller, a The last named order now has 100 memA committee of 20 lias been appointed organized ono nt Valley View, and a now bright little woman whose apt and piqI'rof. Adler, edillce of worship will shortly be dedi uant comment on current matters, is so bers. t3 Investigate tlio matter. Tho now town ordinances went into largt-B- t hennerwho controls ono of tlio pointedly expressed, has this to say of a cated there. Richmond Register. effect Sunday. Among them is a taw kindiy furnished ies in this section, has Hev. W. I). Klce, of Ilrackon, has man who has placed himself below deprohibiting card playing of any kind in us with a bushel of eggs which his hens been appointed Slate Superintendent of cent consideration by tho fair Bex. tho public rooms of the hotels and livery nfter long travail huvo failed to hatch. the Christian Kndeavor Societies and ho Tlio attention of the feminine delegaThese eggs rattle when you shako 'em, will bo to push and explain Christian tion from Kentucky is now given to Kan-ki- stables; one against leaving horses standing on tlio streets unhitched and one reand they Binell when you break 'em. Kndeavor work in tho State, explain the Koasel, who turned State's evidence Prices lower than any one. unto tlio at- micHionary and ether general enterprises on Miss Pollard ami testified against her quiring country people to pay a license The odor thereof is not Ilka to peddle produce or meat in town. The Hose. They have been distributed of the order. tar of this week. If there is anything concouncil repealed the taw they made among tho members of tho committee, Kin veil evangelical societies are at temptible in poor, weak human nature, bravo and determined men who will be work in Mexico with 177 missionaries it is the mini who kisses and tells, there- against giving a man a drink. Circuit court adjourneJ finally Satat tho Opera House, not to present (low- ami 51'.! native assistants. There are KJ0 by exposing his own superlative greenurday afternoon. The last days were ocers that wither and die, but to present congregations, .1S5 of which are organiz- ness nnd moral meanness. There whs See our Spring Stock of fruit in such ed churches, and 118 church buildings nothing especially awful in his being en- cupied by the trial of a will case. Some the more substantial hen of the heirs want the will of Mm. Indian etnkiug manner as will make Col. P. There are 10,2"0 communicants, and gaged to a fascinating woman, and he na Phillips set aside on the ground that yearn for his old Kentucky home, that about 50,000 adherents. would have been a chump devoid of any alio was not capable, mentally, to make land which boasU of the fastest horses, The Haptlst Year Hook for 1S01 is appreciation of tho beauties of nature one. There wero three lawyers on nside uglibest whisky, prettiest women and just out and shows that theie were haps had lie failed to take all the kisses he and every inch of ground was hotly conI am est men on tho habitable globe. tizedin ISO I, 170.007; excluded, 17,050 could have gotten. But is the tolling tested. The jury could not agreo nnd W. L. Withers, Salesman. willing to how my head even unto tho total members, value of church about it all that causes the women to sing were discharged. Tho Baker case, for dust of tiie earth and divide the lait property, $7S,(0.",700; contributions, f the Doxology over Itossel. A man of the sale of the laud near tlio depot was ntltch of my clothing with a Kuight of 03; ordained ministers, Uo.tol; the world keeps such secrets to himself, continued until next August term, as SEND US YOUR ORDER FOR Pythias in distress, but I can not, will churches, :SS,1J2; chartered institutions, and if called upon to testify in court he was also tho Fain cases. The term was knightnot permit insult to the Pythian 15'.', with 1,81)1 teachers, 2li,W,H students perjures himself like a gentleman and exceedingly "poor picking" financially hood. Br the Heavens above us, by tho and .11,S02, 002 worth of property. tiie Prince of Wales. Itosell has noth- for the attorneys. hills that seem eternal, 1 swear that the j w j, F,f.f , ,inunmer eVa,,Kel!i,t ing to gain by this trial, and he has stepMrs. W. E. Bradley entertained Sat secrets of our Order mutt and shall be of irginia, is holding a meeting nt ped down from the witness stand with urday evening iu honor of her guest, D. M. Ferry's- Yours Heroically, preserved. Mayaville, having closed at Charleston, his liabilities far in execs of his assets, Miss Hattie Vaughan. Messrs. Jim Cur-re- y Sampson I.kanpab Jo.nkh Gait. W. Va., with 500 professions. Ho has bo far as the opinion of all honorable ' ami Randolph Harris, of Louisville, been in evangelistic work only a little men and women is concerned. To kiss nre here visiting relatives. Mr. Graham Daniel Haugh, ot Olaric county, hid , t a woman and then go anil the Frank, of Lexington, visited friends here celebrated his 105th birthday Sunday. more than four years, yet under his In bulk and package, preaching there have been 15,000 addi- fact is as bad as to go to a man's house, Sunday. Mrs. Lizzie Borders, of Point I'nlike most old men, he doesn't claim borrow a rope from him nnd then re- Buruside, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Geo. to have known tho distinguished char- tions to the churches in tho Southern States. When ho was converted ho was quest him to come out and be hung. alDenny. Miss Kate Kinnaird is in Danacters of the early times. Ho has ville this week. Miss Julia May Gaines been temperate, but has never de- over 110.000 in debt from gambling atid ways Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, &c. How Much Rain Will Fall? drinking. He has paid all'thia back and entertained a few friends Saturday evenied himself a drink when he wanted it, Courier-JournTho Weekly has is now comfortably well off. Brushes, Scrub Brushes, Mops, &c. See that new Ice ning. Mr. Steve Tutors, of Stanford, haH White-was- h ia fond of tobacco and can still dance a struck a popular note in ita weather Cream Freezer we have before you buy. accepted n position as trainer in Walker CRAB ORCHARD. guessing contests. A wonderful amount An enterprising Marion county A Norria' livery stable. Mrs. V. A. Arof interest was taken in the oiler of SI.- farmer, who believes there is something Mr. Tom Napier is the proud fathir nold is reported eome better. Mr. and 000 for the closest guesses to the coldest in a name, lias christened his jack of twin girls. Mrs. W. A. IIutching-- , of Crab Orchnrd, "Breckinridge," and tlio Harrodsburg Miss Uettie Iliggina and little Geor- day and temperature during February, are visiting Mrs. C. O. Stormes. Jim Democrat suggests that Hreckinrldging gia King have been really sick with ros- at Louisville, and much valuable infor- Toad West has gono on duty as U. S. bo added to the vocabulary with Harking, eola, but are better. Messrs. Joe nnd mation was gathered by subscribers on store keeper and ganger in Laurel counHullerizing, Ac. Will Brooks are visiting their mother the subject. Tin's contest has just been ty. An exchange speaks of nn Indiana and sister. Ask Mrs. Sue Holmes who decided, there being 2S lucky guessers. MAIN ON boy so tall he can't tell when his toes are was Anril tooled. Minn IIikI Mmoi.m The Weekly Courier Journal now makes It is calculated that each year there on the same line, For tho is an average of 0,000 murders commit You all know tho Augusta boy so UIltertained her friends at Mr. Dan Hoi- - Bt'-otfcold clom'Ht guises to tliu amount of rain that ted in the United States, 130 legal hang- You can save money by examining my'new stock of goods and payslim ho can't tell whether ho has the man's Friday night in splendid style. ing Cash for backache or what. Augusta Kp palter. Mre. Kittiu King ia just back from wll fall at Louisville during the month ing's ami 200 lynchings. Messenger says Lawlon A. Sherman, aged 9l, ami the city with the nicest nnd haudsomest of May, the Weekly Courier-JournTlio Owentboro lit. . If.. ...it OT rhtta.tpfu.l liiut SJiit r.ljiv ' lino of Boring mtlliuerv over brought to will give $1,000. Tliis money will bo that Sam Jones needs to go back to at Exeter, H I , the 7S anniversary of this place. Shu ttianks her customers divided into It) presents one of $300, Bowling Green. Less than a yenr ngo Tinware, &c. You arc invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair their m.irriage. This week they buried for past favors and desired their further two of $100 each, two of $50 each, four of he claimed to have, revolutionized the with you and will appreciate your patronage. My goods are all First ttieir eldest daughter, aged 77. patronage. She also has the latest de- $2" each, and 10 of $10 each. Each guess town and run whisky out of it. They Class Staple goods and will be sold at a must bo accompanied by $1, to pay for had prohibition a few weeks, then tried A Missouri judge sentenced two men signs fordres-teand trimming. ono year's subscription to the Weekly high licenee and hare now dropped back to prison, one, being Itinerate, nil inn , MATRlulMAUrlAtTERS. tlio best democrat learned to read, and the other till ho to low license. published. Tlio rain fall is taught tliu uneducated oll'ender. Their A late cable from London is to tlio Call and see me, look through my stock and you will agreee that you Tint fi1iiiniii .SnoHiitfir HiivH flint measured, to the hundredth part eil'ect that the bondholders of the weeks; t can save money by trading with me. Luted three Mf Mc wlLMt( of CiH()V) am, Mm of an inch. The heaviest rain-fain go j. Aouie .11111111, 01 lA'xmgiuii, daughter of Charles It. Page, wero mar-Water Company have put up J mi j May during the past 20 years wan bovcii $00,000 to complete the dam nnd reserPast Grand Muster of th. Kentucky ried iu the Christian churcli there last inches and forty-sihundreds of an inch. voir and increase tlio capacity of their denies tlio story of a movement to week. Mr. Wheat is tlio leading Hrerkin-ridg- e Tiie lightest was one inch even. The pump and stand pipe. This will givo expel Congressman W. O. l count, 01 xosemite ami an excellent an measurements are uuide by the Govern- employment to 120 men, and will be a fio.n ttiat order. enterprising citizen. lie was slierill of ment ollicials of tliu Weather Bureau nt brings to mind Casey, but resigned on d to the unemployed. Col. Ureckinrldgo account of tiie who said there was only new jury law. His bride is said to be a Louisville. Sample copies of the paper Thomas Donahue, an inmate of the tho Frenchman one thing ho could not resist temta-tio- highly accomplished nnd loveable young with full particulars of the contest, will Soldiers Homo at Dayton, O , fatally stabOpposite Court-Hous, besontfre" to any address. Write at bed Henry Smith, also an inmate, while lady. The I. J. sends congratulations once, as under no circumstances will any tho former was drunk. If the idlers had Georgo S. Hubbard and Mrs. Aimer ami best wished , guesses bo received after April 30th, been out working for a living instead of Koborts, twins, celebrated their Slst Chanokon tiik Q & C On Sunday Addr-a- a Weekly Courier Journal, Lou- living in luxury oil' of Undo Sam, tho birthday at Farmlilll, O., last wotk. isville, Ky; A Complete Stock of tragedy would more than probably have Three murders were executed on tho April 1st, the spring schedules of passenon tlio Queen fc Crescent went ger trains Illinois and Wisconsin, eamo Bcallbld at Paris, Texas, Friday. never occurred. Into eil'ect. The service has been careMisses Sarah and Linda Billings, of As every one knows, contain tho most The Richmond Register gets funny ami fully arranged with a view to tiie conven- delightful summer resorts in the north- Winchester, O, aged SO and 40 respecshoots oir the following : "There was nn ience of tlio public, and in order to handle west, and they are beat reached by the tively were found dead in bod. A note Nicest line of Stationery and Toilet Articles. Prescriptions accuexciting local option election at Stanford spring and summer tratllc in a manner Wisconsin Central, which lias been very explained that their death was from poiGive him a Call. rately Compounded. aptly termed "the line of lakes." Paron Monday, and the "drys" carried It by most comfortably and promptly. The ticular attentiou has been paid to this son, One of them a majority of 24 in a vote of 1,020. Lo- equipment of tho Queen & Crescent ia class of travel, nnd every comfort and wbb engaged to bo married but the cal option is a good thing in small towns known everywhere for its elegance and convenience of passengers looked nfter. thought of separation from the sister like Stanford, Danville, Lancaster, Uerea, convenience, und tho new schedules nre There aie good hotels at all these retreats waa more than she conld bear and they which open about June 1st and afford KinRstbn, Kirksvllle, Boar Wallow, etc, intended to increase ita value to tho very good accommodations at reaaonable both chose death. Druggist, Stanford, Ky. d traveler. but when it comes to a city liko Ask agents,, for time, informa- rates. A petition signed by GOO Breckin. with a population of 0,000 and an tion, etc. W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A., maps and ridge men in Oldham, Owen and Henry For full particulars, guide books, addresa Jas. C. Pond, Genl. counties waa forwarded to Col. Breckinannual revenue of $22,000, nothing but Cincinnati, O. Passr. Agt. Milwaukee, Wis. liinh license is worth a cent. With high ridge demanding that ho continue to m t employ a numlicense tho city is able to Thoie who never read the advertisements in fight his persecutors and make the race lieu newspapers miss more than they presume. ber one police force, order ia strictly enJonathan Kcolson, ot iiolan, Worth county, Iowa, for Congress. The petition requests nobody ia liable to bo killed by When Baby traa Jclc, we gara her Gutorl. wno liaa oeen trouoicu wuu rneumamm in nis bim to make his first speech forced, in Owen back, arms and shoulders, read an item In his Drug-Stor- e Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your drinking aconite Instead of whisky at When sho wo a Child, the cried tot CostorU. ner about how a prominent German citizen of K county, and insists on hia immediuto re- The When tho became Mlsa, she clung to Castor!. Ho procured the same Madlron had been cured. drug stores, "blind tigers" have their (Iff wuavui ma turn to Kentucky. Hxlllna anil w ww li j ttrti jw nvew ItlCU wtllVi siuu tr ia iaa Aurit iifMrnt When the had Children, she grve them CantorU. right up. He also says: "A neighbor and his fangs drawn, a splendid system of water As a result of two great anow alidea were both sick in bed with rheumatism. wif works inaureB Immunity from loss by Their boy was over to my house and said they on Canyon creek, in the Coeur d'Aleno were so bad he had to do the cooking, I told bim flre, tho council have plenty of funda to of Chamberlain's Paiu IUtmand how It had cured mountains, Washington, three families, Btreeta, give coal to the poor, feed me, h got a bottle and it cured them up In a consisting of 12 or 14 persons, aro man School Books, Glass, Paints, Oils, Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, open HockOur house week, jo cent bottles they Liquors for Medical Purposes. yea, and throw money to withoutbetter halves say Coughcould uot keep is us- er Druggist, Stanford. lor sale by Dr.S. G. gled and bruised beneath thousands of Chambeilaln's Remedy. It ed in more than half the homes in Lords. Sims birds." of anow, and any possibility of any the tons Mros., Leeds, Iowa. This shows the esteem in A Coolkv Creamer iu the house is liko which that remedy Is held where It has been sold surprise to of them being rescued alive is out of the It will be in agreeable eolis to learn pvrsoai well known. Mothers have learnthat prompt for ears and is It does tho work. At quostion. Snow had accumulated on a to aiucks of bilious there Is nothing so good for colds, croup ed mav be had by taking Chamb.rl-In- 's acy Colic, andthat whooping cough, that it cures these ailments FarrisA Hardin's. Call and see us. IUmedr. In the mountains to a depth of fully 60 feet, Cholwod Diarrhoea prevented by taking this quickly and permanently, and that it is pleasant attack may be first symptoms of the d and sale for children to take. 33 and jo cent botand the late raina caused the huge mass the M. M. and John O. Miller, of Drug-gist- . sale by Dr. tles for sale by Dr. S. G. Hocker, Druggist, StanG. YppeJr. J nd 50 cent Doitl.s for have failed for $30,000. to move at several places. ford flocker, Diugfiist, Sunlord. SO. j Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, Jauttary well-kno- y n, PROGRESS S3111 COOK 0 onn o VIE -- ox-I0- W. H. HIGGINS. W. H. HIGGINS. ICmi-tuqk- n WE ARE IN IT. -- Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. Buggies, Carriages Wagons, and Farming Implements. B. K. WEARE1T. bill-pos- Northern Seed Potatoes, (&AEDM graauSp ONION SETS AND FLOWER SEEDS McKINNEY & HOOKER. EAST STREET. al NEW CASH STORE. r I j al 11. 11 Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, shoes, Hardware, s Courier-Journal- j pa-p- ur SMALL PB.OFIT FCa CASH. tclen-tilicnl- ly imptl-iouuien- Mid-dlesbo- ro ll Ma-Bon- s, J. C. FLORENCE. x ) ini-r- - God-sen- MeRoberts' Drug Store, e n. "HOME AND FARM" PAINTS-- DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, W. B. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST. Rich-mon- DR. S. G. HOCKER, s a a Drugs, School Supplies, DE. S. HOCKER, Tb.o I sub-i.- ,t self-binde- r. The Best Goods For The Least Money. Rich-mon- d, A new racing association was formed hibernating animals. It has at Cincinnati. The capital stock was fixThe new dispensary law which prescribss class of the brand of whisky that shall be used and awakened from its wlntersleop and again ed at $150,000, of which $44,000 was subprovides that spies shall enter a man's gladdens the spring tlmo with Its pres- scribed at tho meeting of tbo promoters ArRiL 3, 1S94 houRO to search for contraband brands, ence Editor D.T. Chestnut says she has yesforday. Btakford, Ky, It is probablo that thirty of tho larghas provoked any amount of internecine come to stay this time. est plants in tho Pennsylvania coking strife and many sanguinary conflicts. At W. P. WALTON. I Live often been discussed. Hut the stranccst thine is how we can NEWSY NOTES. region will be stmt down, nnd that nn Darlington two citizens nnd two spies laafford to sell a ladies' Shoe for $1.25 that has been sold for $3. Such were shot to death and the chiof of police J. W. Crane has been appointed othor hitter fight between capital nnd nnd two others wounded. Tho governor postmaster at Brumtleld, Boyle county. bor will be inaugurated. strange things as this we arc doing with our entire stock of goods. cdled out tho militia but it refused to go Mra. Mary Foster, of Louisville, was We may be called April fools for it, but we realize that people will FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. a number of companies disbanding in badly burned while lighting a fire with Ti.TJDJfL.'X: buy goods where they can be had the cheapest, and we are working preference to fight their friends in a cause coal oil. Fast pacers, with or without records. for your trade in this way. And did it ever occur to you that merthey sympathized with. A dispatch says John Stevens shot nnd killed his are now in strong domand. Col. Breckinridge did go the witness that tho constables wero driven out of brother Nelson, in Clay couny, while inBtickwa, 3 to 5, won tho Crescent chants who sell on credit charge cash customers the same for goods stand and wub there when the court ad- the towns and pursued into the swamps toxicated. City derby by two lenghts in 1:51. that they do credit ones ? We have no bad debts to make our cus journed Friday, until yesterday, having by citizens' posses. Soveral dispensaries John Hill sold to John Johnson, of Bismarck was St yesterday nnd the tomers pay for. The amount saved in this way is tremendous and story, which were destroyed. The governor issued n taken two days to tell his anniversary was observed by all Germany Boyle, a small bunch of heifers at $11. was still incomplete. In silvery accents proclamation declaring Darlington and Ed F. Owens bought of James L. you get the benefit of it if you deal with us. Our Spring as n gala day. nnd mellifluous tones he told how Mies Florence counties in n state of insurrec2S3 cities in Kansas in Totten, his speedy harness mare for $250Thero nre Pollard introduced herself to him on n tion, but the proclamation was laughed which women B. G. Gover bought of S. S. Yantis have municipal suffrage railroad train. Sho wroto him to visit at. The South Carolina law is the most on equal terms with men. Ga pair of horso mnlta for hpr, acknowledged to him that she had impracticable of the many passed under Tho first woman to run for ollico in $210. illicit relations with Kodes, proposed the guise of temperance reform and is so Colorado is Miss Carrie Pell, who is a It baa now developed that but littlo that thoy take an evenng ride, made sumptuary and tyrannical in its operations candidate lor city cierK oi ureeue. of tho fruit in Michigan wna injured by 1 in and we arc making our competitors tremble with the prices we overtures to him in the carriage, nnd he, that there is nothing left but tho people The Btriko at tho Mingo Mountain the cold snap. are selling them at. Suits they sell at Sis we let go at $9, and such aB he said, ' being n man with a man's to rebel. A. D. Lenvell aold to R. L. Russell ij mines is off at last, and tho miners have the amount wc will save you through our entire Clothing stock, followed him paesions," yielded. She Latku. Gov. Tillman has succeeded all returned to work at reduced wages. nine head choicn butcher stuff at So. arrangements to in getting 12 companies of militia, numwhich wc have no hesitancy in saying is decidedly the largest and to Lexington and made It is thought at Washington that the Lancaster Record. have a meeting at Sarah Guess' houFe bering 230 mon, to go to Darlington to cattle market is steady, The Chici-gtrial will continuo Everything in the matter was proposed suppress disorder and assist in the arrest tvo moro weeks. Good Lord, deliver us. with best at 4 to I; hogs nctiyo nt 4 to or instigated by her, and ho was the of persons engaged in Friday's riot, but The discusion of tho tarill bill bogan 51; sheep 4 to 4.115. helpless victim of this designing woman the people say he can not send a suf- in the Senate yesterday, where it will be Miss Russell is the only inaro that of 17 years of ago. lie denied that ficient number of soldiers to search their talked upou till tho people lose all pahas over had 300 descendants in the 2:30 ho had ever promised to marry her, houses. Two more of the spies have tience. list while still living. In the town or county. Remember Tho Louisville polico made moro ar and, in fact, denied nearly every been found dead in the woods. Winter wheat is reported in excel thing else that Miss Pollard had sworn PnKsiDKNT Cleveland vetoed the seig- rests ditrim: tho mouth of March than lent condition in tho great wheat producto, till exasperated beyond measure, she niorage bill, as it was stated he would do, wero ever before made in Bny one ing States in spite of the late freeze. cried out, "Oh, can't bo tell the truth and dves excellent reasons for his ac month. Tho famous English jockev, Fred A bill for the freo coinage of silver about anything?" The colonol admit- tion. He disliked to act ngainst the will Archer, rode in 2,071 races during a pe ted that ho told Mrs. Blackburn what of n majority of tho members of Con- dollars, containing 412J grains, was in- riod of five years, nnd won 1,14(1 times. On anything you wish to buy in our line. Your cash docs not have is claimed, but it was with the under- gress but duty impolled him to object to troduced in tho House by Mr. Coffeen, Charley Klnzer, an Ohio hoy, wll of Wyoming. standing that she should go away and the bill becoming a law because it would havo an attraction for tho fairs this year to go to pay back losses, as it does when you trade with a firm that There are between 1,000 and o.OOO forever disappear from his life. She had unsettle tbo public confidence sought to , dog team that can trot does a in a gotten him completely under her influ- bo restored by the repeal of the Sherman medical pension examiuers in this coun- n half mile in 1:40. of thorn now ence and fearing exposure and disgrace, bill, induce further withdrawals of try and about J. W. and J. L. Jones, Jr., Columhe submitted to nearly everything till gold from the treasury and delay the re- nre democrats. bia, Tenn., sold last week to Mr. Ed Col. Breckinridge didn't meot his ".V life became unbearable. During the old Cook, of Kentucky, n fine turn of prosperity to tho country. Many Kentucky friends at Cincinnati Sunday mule jack for $750. of of tho provisions of the bill are ambig-uouof his story "Willie" wore the air colonol has his a much abused man and it la said that ill advised nnd dangerous, nnd as was expected. The J. L. Roynolds bought of G. G. -- ?' xm three of the jury, at least, were led to would unnecessarily increase the per- hands too full at Washington. Boone (Ki acres adjoining the place ho E. O. Driskell, of tho Dugansvillo bought of T. S. Parsons ou tho C. O. pike believe that he was more sinned against plexities of the secretary of the treasury than sinning. The defendent has got to The message concludes with the hope vicinity in Anderson county, was bitten for $1,000. "The proof the pudding is chewing the bag.undergo the ordeal ol a rigid cross ex- that "a way will present itself in the by u mad dog an.l as a result 43 dogs in J. D. Anderson has sold his farm of 50 is felt as to near future for the adjustment of our his neighborhood wero killed. amination and much interest acres near Preauhersvillo to J. L. Hutch-ingThe total value of gold bullion rewhether he will be able to make things monetary affairs in such a comprehenof Garrard, for $1,100 nnd will reconsist. The New York Herald, which sive and conservative manner as will af- ceived at the mint from Colorado since move with his family to Corbin. was against him before his testimony ford to silver its proper place in our cur- Jan. 1st, is 5730,920, an increase over the Report from Gibson county, tho was given, has changed its mind with rency.1' Mr. Bland, the author of the same period of last year of SHS.003. centre of the fruit growing section of Eight childrou of John Willis, near West Tennessee, says the early peach reference to the case and now takes tiio bill, is out of temper over the veto and And be convinced. part of the defendant. He and his law seems to feel as much hurt over the Charleston, W. Va., nnd n hired girl, nnd strawberry crops are ruined. yers may convince the jury, or some 01 strictures on his English na the death ol were burned to death in their beds. His Tho thoroughbred race horse, it, that he is a poor, persecuted martyr his pet scheme, nnd he boastingly says wife awoke just in timo o get out of tho who held tho record for a mile, to the wiles of a designing woman, but he will givo the president n chance to ex- burning house. until beaten by the peerless Salva-to- r, Tho employes of the Lonisvillo it ia hardly probable. ercise the rules of Lindley Murray in a waa sold at Toronto for $2S5. Southern railroad have received notice G. and O. P. Cecil, of Danville, hnvo free coinage bill. TriK Winchester Democrat says that that on May 1 thero would be a reduc- sold to J. E. Bush of Louisville, that A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor local option was carried by 204 in the Gov. Noutiir.v, of Georgia, appointed tion of 10 per cent, on all salaries over fast pacing filly, Sallio Bronston, 3, by T. D. RANEY, Manager. Stanford precinct. Take out the naught Speaker Crisp to fill the vacancy occas- $33 per mouth. Gnmbetta Wilkes, dam Mistake, for nnd the figures will express the exact ioned by the death of U. S. Senator CoMontgomery a well known Henry majority 24. In the three precincts lquitt, grently to the surprise of both Mr. young man of Georgetown, is held In 0 Rev. T. C. Stockhouse, of Fayette that have oted on the question, Crab Crisp and his friends. In addition to the bail to answer for the abduction nnd county, 10 years ago bought tho brood Orchard went 55 for local option, Stan, appointment, the governor assured him seduction of Ilebecca Rothschild, a mare, Princess Alice for $125 and since ford, 24 for it and Hustonville Oagainst that he would also support him for the Jew girl. that timo has realized over $7,000 from or a majority of 70 in a voto of 2,260, long term, for which it had been underGov. Pennoyer, of Oregon, calls atleaving the Waynesburg precinct yet to stood that the governor was himself a tention to himself again by saying that her produce. The I liiabethtown News savB tho vote on the question, which would cer- candidate. Mr. Crisp took time to con- the veto of the Bland bill is a breach ol tainly go for prohibition, say by 30 ma- sider whether he will accept or not and honor, for which there is neither pallia freeze completely killed all the peaches in the Muldraugh'a Hill section, noted jority, giving local option 100 in the finally decided that his preeence was tion nor justification. for that fruit. Tho other fruit trees sufla Receiving Hii county. This is very close, entirely too more needed in tho House than in the A massive standpipe nt Peoria, III., close. The local optionist have it in Senate at present. The Speakership is n containing 1,500,000 gallons of water, fered fully us much. The wheat that had jointed was their power to largely increase the sen- much more important position than n collapsed, killing one person, fatally inkilled by the frost, hut as only a small timent in their behalf by a conservative common, every day Senatorahip. juring three and causing more or less Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. quantity had gotten thnt far, no serious course, making war on no man for opin serioiifl injury to 12 others. The Harrodsburg Democrat, which has damngo was done. Tho oats seem to be ion's sake, but by eternal vigilance and a Reports from Hawaii say ceaslefs war on the illegal liquor traffic been disposed to oppose Gov. McCreary, Lil now favors the nnnexntion of tho almost entirely ruined. lost $10,000 on Covington Bhow those, who think to tho contrary' falls into line with the rest of us and islands to the United States on condiD that prohibition does prohibit. Let us says: The Democrat cheerfully endows tion that the Government makes an al Fonda, winner of the last race at Now Orleans. He was played at all odds by have done with criminations and re- his attitude in tho present Congress on lowance for her support. THE DAYTON mon suppoaed to represent McCallerty criminations, and all work together for all important subjects of legislation and The steamer China arrived Sunday tho owner of the horse. the enforcement of law nnd good order, finds much gratification in the ability be from China and Japan, bringing tho intins shown and practical success he lina P. Rarick aold Tuesday to R. A. CROSS-CUCol. BitKCKiNitiDdu is a professed secured in the advocacy of various meas- teresting rnmora thnt a son has been Dodd, Wilmore, 20 head fat shoals, averEmchristian, n Presbyterian of the slight- ures. He is an exceedingly useful m n born to their Imperial Majesties, the aging 100 pounds, nt 4 cents. Robert AndEmpress of China. est sect, yet there is one circumstance re in Congress useful to his constiuents in peror nnd demons bought n enr load of heifers at A mob nt Paris, Tenn., not satisfied lated in the Bible which ho does not and the prosecution of their business and 3. Jetsamino Journal. can not believe. We refer to tho action useful to his party in intelligent, pains- with tho life Hentncu given the negro Nearly 30,000 tons of tobacco are anmurderer of Sheriff Breedlove, went to nually consumed in Franco, according to taking efforts in its behalf. of Joseph when Mrs. Pottiphar attempttho jail to hang the prisoner, hut ho had recent statistics. Of this sum 20,000 tons ed to lure him from the path of virtue by Hon. Waltek Evans', who was ap- been taken to tho penitentiary. are used for smoking, 1,250 for chewing the light of her wanton eyes. If he was Hcst Farm Implements Made. Every cell in tho Missouri penitent! nnd the remainder for a null. a man with like passions as ourselves it pointed commissioner of internal reveij rather a hard atory to believe, but with nue by Preaident Garfield, but who has nry ia occupied and the warden is at a Tho Stock Farm says that J. R. Far the regenerated all things are possible. rarely been heard of Bince, emerges from loss to know how to provide for more. ris has bought of Fred Morgraf, a three- The colonel with a great deal of sancti- his hole in the ground to say that he is a Thero nre now 2,002 prisoners in tho year-ol- d stallion by Macy; dam by George Starr drove this horso as moniousness and professed piety wore cindidate for Congress in the Louisville prison, half of whom are doing nothing. Mr. Evans is not very popular At a country dance near Lyon's Sta- a quarters in 30J. the livery of heaven, while inwardly he district. with his party, if we nre to judge by the tion, in Nelson county, Wilfred Alvey was a raving wolf. Few alas, there be of Rowan Dant, of Raywick, has nine us, who can throw atones at him, for the answer given the president when ho ask- wis shot to death by Harry Scott, who lambs that nro covered with red wool. one act, but we can all with one accord ed a distinguished Kentucky republican, got mad because his hat was misplaced. Gus Downs has one thnthnsonly the two execrate and denounco a man who uses Inw Evans' appointment was regarded. He and his two companions are under foro legs and feet. It is now a month religion as a cloak for his sins and dese- "If yoa had hunted the wholo State over Ralph Wilkes, the horse that Col. old. All hop around at a lively rate. crates the home circle and the pulpit the you could not have found a man so out Thayer paid $30,000 for as a Gaines & Miller, of Georgetown, sold a fine lot of tobacco, 15 hogsheads, better to accomplish his ends. Of all of of touch with his people." promises to be the beat campaigner God's miserable creatures the hypocrite is Mas. Cuthiiert Bullitt, late Mrs. for the year. He is now five years old including trash, lugs and leaf, in Cinthe most contemptible. Ransom, who not long ago, made her oc- and this will bo his first year on the turf cinnati, at prices ranging frorn $8 to $20.75 It was grown on 10) acres, and "We do not intend to apply the old say- togenarian husband ''absquatulate" and Bince Col. Thayer bought him. The grand jury at Louisvillo has in realized tho handsome sum of $2,500 ing that any fool can ask a question that who has had much observation to know gross. Every thing you can think of in the Fine Chinawarc line; Call and , hut wo do whereof she speaks, writes n letter to a dieted five of the councilman and park a wise man can not Owners of stallions in this section to say that Col. Breckinridge commissioners as follows A. Hillennewspaper say that these questions asked by the examine and get prices. are hnving them rubbed nnd trimmed up Louisville Times are pertinent to the is no worse than many other men, only brand, false Bwenring; P. H. Gibbs, false preparatory for the horse show, which present situation, if they may bo regard- that he has been found out. There is a Bwearinc;! O. O. Root, bribery; J. Ed. comes off next Monday, county court bribery. ed as impertinent in some quarters : If L'ood deal more truth than poetry in this, Reese, bribery; T. J. Scally, day. An advertisement in these colA despondent shoemaker at-- Dolger-vill'lis true, 'tis pfty, and pity 'tis true, that Stanford, Ky. a Congress, democratic in both branches, wifo nnd fam- umns calling attention to tho horses, tothere are very few mon even with mariN. Y., murdered his can't pass a currency bill the president gether with their pedigrees, would be of tal vows on them, who live beyond ily of four children and completed the wiL! sign, or a tar id bill that any but spegroat benefit. Try it. bloody work by taking his own life. He cial interests can approve, and if n House, The Democrat reports salo of 150 with a democratic majority of 80 odd, Senator Stkwakt, of Nevada, writes a had been out of work a long timo and head 200 pound hogs at 4 cents; nnd 47 can't muster a quorum to give a member card, declaring that he has shaken the had sold his furniture piece by piece to cnttle 1,100 to l,2o0 pounds nverage, nt a seat to which ho is clearly entitled, republican party and is now a populist, provide broad for hia. family. 3 to 4c. Farmora say the recent freeze At Valparaiso, Ind., Johnny Otto where is Congress at? What is it there thereby proving that the last end of while playing has injured the wheat considerably in tore a base-ba- ll for ? And whither is the democratic par- some mon contiuues to be worse than accidently especially in the low places the first. with a lot of his chums. They had no Clark, ty drifting to? where it wsb of rank growth. Tobacco ball to play with an I the boys beThe Courier-Journdefines a mug- other seeds are mostly ruined, and most of the Two of the Congressmen of Maine, came so furious with Otto that thoy gavo spring sown clover has met tho eamo Reed and Boutelle, continuo to make wump as a man too moan to bo a demo- him n beating from which he died. the only fruit left are grnpea They were crat and not good onough to be a repubspectacles of themselves. Tho Big Four railroad let out a num- fate. About lican, a definition which Webster's : and berries, and thoy aro possibly injur: on the rampage Saturday pgain, but Unabridged ought to adopt in its next ber of passenger conductora yesterday, ed. Speaker Crisp cut Boutelle off by ignormaking 27 discharged during the past edition. ing him nnd made the sorgeant-at-arrn- a "Katik Dkan" nt Walton's Opera few weeks. No secret is made of the seat tho late czar. They were fillibus- The Kentucky building at the charge that they were "knocking down" House, Saturday night by a Huatonville tering to prevent tho consideration of World's Fair, which cost $10,000, was fares too strongly. Six Monon conduc- cast of characters. Let's give them a J sold for $250. the contested election cases. crowded house. tors were also let out. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal Hades is to play in South Carolina. The Corbin Enterprise belongs to the Strange Things OR S PAGES. EVERY - four-year-o- ld Clo-Tla.in.5 Pollard-Breckinrid- ge Most Complete Stock We Can Save You Money four-in-ha- three-fourth- s ro-cit- rvrTraTriv npj VJMLJLJILJJL p, T4TTT-TnB"- Q if K4WA1 9-S-K- - s, Rav-alo- e, LOUISVILLE STORE, STAXTFOUD, : KY, $2,-00- 0. $2,-00- S35 rotattttH2Stt) SUMMER .A-HSTI- SPRING AND GOODS. en pool-roo- COME T SEE. DISC HARROW, -- The Brown Cultivator, J. K. VANARSDALE, Prin-cep- s. two-year-o- ld GLASSWARE, QUEEN SWAEE, two-year-o- ld, CHAMBER SETS, DINNER SETS, &c. ans-ver- FARRIS & HARDIN, o, IMaporStotfes al We Have : Got Them. W. H. WEAREN & CO. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Fhksii fish on Tuesdays. Thuradnjn and Katiirdajfl. M. F. Klklti. 3 Skk our new stock of sample shoes for Wk nro headquarters for everything in dress goods and shoes, boots and men at $1.03 worth ;J.50. H. F. Jones A Son. clothing. Hughes ft Tate. brick for sain Gknuink John U. Stetson ft 00 hat at Intknmno purchasers can And no Stamford, Ky., - April 3, 181)1 cheap. Address Coal k Iron Hank, Ky. larger variety of goods or lower prices $2.18, only one to a customer. H. F. Jones & Pon. than at Danks', tho jeweler. 9 9 E. C. Walton, Business Manager A. 15 GmiioNS Danville, being a jobber, A Danville citi.un, who is pretty fond can furnish your Wall paper and Paints Mrs. Kowari)", aged 55, sister of Mr. cheaper than nuy house in this section John Cogle, died at Highland of fever of his ''tea," eaid to an I. J. man. "I BUSINESS, MEANS of the country, and was buried nt Mt. Moriah Satur- am mighty glad your to vn went dry." IJuv your Hchool bookn and rcIiooI sup"I am surprised that you are, as you alplies ot all kinds nt A. H. l'unny's. Tiik heavens a little west of north day. ' ways seemed to enjoy it under the old Watciikb, clocks and jewelry repaired were lit up Friday nightfby a beautiful THIS WEEK. W. S. Diiyk hiw posted notice that ho way," was the reply, when the Dmville anil warranted. EiiKrnviiiK a specialty, aurora bocealis. Many thought, howev- will apply for liamso to retail liquors at man answered. "Hint's it. I never at A. It. Penny's. er, that Danville was burning and did Hustonville. to the county iudgo at hia could go up there without getting full.1' Tint largest stock of l)run, Mmllcini'fl, court next Monday. Perfumery. Tnintfl and Wall Taper at not enjoy the phennmina. Tiik Operetta of "Kitie Dean, the A. It. Penny's. Prescriptions a special P. W. Giikkn, who returned from Som Nk4 of tho deatli of their Itag Picker," which was given at Hustonty. orset ycntMrilay, tells us that he hns Col. John Pryor, at Morristown, ville recently to a highly pleased aubought out the Speed b.ir room there, Tenn., has just been received by Mrs. dience, will be rendered nt Walton's PERSONAL POINTS. which wlia formerly run by Frank Ship-ma- Sam Owens and Mim Glenn Bibb. Opera House, next Saturday night. The Miis, J. 8. IluriiiKU is qtiito Hick. mid will take charge at once. members of the cast nre all from Huston Mhb. V. II. Muiii'iiv is cot Biderably Wi: are leaders in hats. Over 800 sam- ville and our people will take pleasure in Laces and Embroideries, to please the thousands in search of Spring improved. you goto Pinevillo hereafter Wiibv received. We have all tho giving them an ovation. Admission 15, Goods. GSfShoc stock in finer shape than ever known and at lowMk. J. It. Oknooit iiiw returned from n you will have to he on your ps and js ple hats just and shapes in both soft an 'Jo and .Tic. Reserved seats at Mcltoberls'. latest stylo visit to relativcH in Ciuciiinuti. er prices. The $i, $1.25 and $2 Gents' Shoe ever offered. says that Andy Johnson The willseM at lean than manufacMit. J. 0. Ki.moiik. of Rowland, will has been appointed assistant chief of Htifi'and turer's priceB. This is your chntjco for a Tub contest over the prohibition elec- As good a Dongola Shoe for ladies as ever offered at Si. 50; ladies' move his family to Jidlico this week. police and Andy doesn't stand any fool tion in tho Hustonville precinct has fully bargain. II. F. Jones A Son. Mies Annik Ghkkn npt'tit several days iahiifcs. square toed button lace and cloth top French Kid hhoes at prices been decided upon and Itobert Harding. with Mrs. K. 0. Cosby at Juncllon City. from $2 to $3 50. Mr. John Hiiiiiiit, "Ited John," pro- P. M Mcltoberts and perhaps others will Tiikiik will be n treu lecture to ladle? Com. V. G. Welch and P. M. this conundrum: "Why would represent tho drya. A number of Hun Wc still hoi J the market down on Ginghams. Our Zephyr Ginghams went to Corbin Friday on leal only, at Walton's Opera House, TIiiiis-da- pounds April 5th, atJ::w v. m., by Mrs. M. Breckinridge make a good family tonville men were down hero yesterday businens. were 25c, now 15c and running down to 5c. W. Bonder. Subject: "What Should a horse ?" Tho person sending us tho cor- and say they are determined to fight the has eiiKaired with Mil. matter to tho hitter end. Ono of them Gentlemen and Boys: Don't buy your Spring Suits until you see by next issue can have this Mr. J. K. ISaiiKhmaii to handle his string Woman Know." Indies are cordially rect answer told ub tliAt out of 50 white voters in paper one year at the low price of J2. invited. of horses. us. We arc in the lead. Men's Suits $3.50 to Si 5. Extra pants town, 4 were for the straight out prohiMkniks S. II. Martin and Win. Fields, in all sizes and prices. Wc are in condition to please the millions It rained Saturday night and Sunday, Dt'RiNO the prohibition excitement bition of the liquor trallic. Tniler this two of IiockcflHtlo'a bebt citizens, were in but yesterday wns bright and pretty, of case it would NPein that their in style, quality and price. Don't fail to see us. many foolish things were done and said state town Saturday. though considerable Iron and some ice on both Biiles, which are now tho subject wiohe3 should he respected. Mm 1). W. Vanubvbku, who has been showed In the early morning. "Fair, us all forgive and forget, confined to his bed for several daH, iH warmer Tuesday," is tho way the dis- of regret. Iet NEW AIlYKIiTISKHmn. prohibition is to prevail, present nnJ if nearly wull again. patch read yesterday. n solid front to see that tho law is enMk. J. 11. Owkns, the jovial tnlno host of the Commercial llotel, Harrodsburtr, That greattct sensation of tho 10th forced. 0 9 0 Carriage Painting and Trimming century, Win. T. h'tiwd's new book, "If was here Saturday. Nil noLsviLi.R tried to settle the post-mLARGEST ANDWarren Clirict Came to Chicago," is Hbout ready r contest by a primary election, hut MiawRB. W. P. Tatb, It. 0. t am now attending the for delivery. It contains 150 pages and it failed to Buttle. Carroll nnd Smithers, Painting, prepared to do all kinds of Carnage and K. 0. Walton are Trimming and Repairing. Give me a we will furnish it to our subscribers in the only two whose names were suh- - call. Over I)auj;heity' hcp on Main itiecl. Cisoy circuit court. JOHN I!. De.VAKDI, Only mitte Uraii neck, and neck and tho comMh. Alex Thayloii has been vory low paper covers at .15 cents, io- Statiford Ky. for the past week. Hu left hia hod too n limited number can be had. mittee, after trying to decide between hoon and eulferuil a relapse. them, referred the whole matter to the Mu. J. II. KoHakim, wife Hmlutst, "Tiik chinch bngonts the farmer's grain, postmaster general. 9 ii Minn Martha llatterton, of Danville, were the bee moth spoils the honey, the bed JriiriE Carson fined Ihhim Hansford reKlstureil at the Myers House Saturday. bug tills him full of pain, nnd tho hum 10 and costs, makjm now milv to dollvpr manufactmed Ice OF- Dil W. H. Pknny and family have hug seoops in his money." But if he and Frank Dryef each Irom customers cottage on Ukcs the papers, p.iys for and rends them ing $11, for gaming on Sunday. Mar- everythe Stanfordat Kctry to cf FIFTY resularlv morning moed info the pretty new the rale CUMS them playing craps I'KUHUNDKEIH'OUNI) LOISand over.and Lancaster ntrevt, opposite Mr. A. It. Pen- through, he'll not get humbugged any shal Nowlnnd caught 7SC Mrs. Mattie Neviiis' stable and lodged tt lo in smaller tuts. K. HKEMKH, Stanford. in ny's. more, as sure as shot, this is true. them in j.iil, from which Hansford had Mii-Hali.ik Ku.ih, of Kminence, s:s. .YOU ARE. A trusty horse owned by J. IC. lUngh-magotten out only tho dny before. They W. K. Kills, is his KiHrit. tor of ltev. of the West I5ud, and driven by will work out the fines at SI a day. Master Calloway Hooker Kllto rnme with Ins children to school ran nway in her. I the the other day. Little Kntie and Mits. Paui, the faithful little wife of The Central Kentucky Medical Asso- wellam nt luck from M I LLIi .V ERV, a largo and in with .elected ttoek of which I visit to him. Henry Baughmnn who were In the bug- ciation will meet at Walton'H Opera ell cheaper than ever .Mus Laura Jarboe, a will Olio Paul, has been on superior tiimmer Irom Cincinnati, has engaged with She is still making rcat cHorta to Ret gy were thrown out, each fliisUiining in- House, April l'Jtb, and the Southeastern me and I can Riiarrnlcc (attraction in every parEver shown in Stanford. Also a new stock of juries that will keep them in doors for Association on tho 20th. Dr. Price, of ticular. Call ad ee my if nod . bail for, him. . MISS LICCIE I1EAZLEY. Philadelphia, one of the most eminent Gov. J. G. GivB.NH is on n visit to his several weeks. SUnford.Kv. In tho profeBsion, will read two pa- friends, whom ho tells that he Laulsvillo men Tiik Richmond Register points out sev- peraon Abdominal Section nnd demonU tri'ttliiK rich "promoting" Philadelphia eral annoying typographical errors in strate by operations on patients already Ladies, Your Attention, Please. real t'stato. experienced this paper, all of which, singularly secured. Mim Lauka Jakiiok, an enough, inado by the printer who My Stock Millinery trimmer from Cincinnati, has arrived to graduatedwere Tiik county judge and clerk and a you from that ollice. If I bei g rapidlv opened and it embrnces every. Miw Licclo IJeazley'a millinery trim in of tho magistrates thought yes- thine pretty and stjrltih. I have engaged Mi would teach your men to set clean proof, number this season. a Stitt.of gentlemen, it would save much profanity terday was tho timo for tho court of levy, Julia of much Cincinnati, to trim forme fiSne is to lady experience, and taite and ture Miw Ansik Alcorn drove down town but Attorney J. U. Paxton looked up the givuaatitfaetion. An examination of ecoda m in- Stribley's Ladies' Misses and Children's Shoes and Oxfords in tan and and you would have less chanco to show 10 yesterday for the first time Binco her late MRS. rOKIK T COURTS. now law and found that such courts are vited. she had what a close observer you are. blacks. severo illness, looking little like Tuesday in fixed to meet on tho first been so near death's door. Amiiusii. Mat liurk, who April. Judge Vnrnon saya that tho tax Shot fkom Mn Oaliii Siikmieu, of ltlchmond, shot nt Dill Newcomb during hia trial nt rato will be reduced to IS or 20 centfl was tlown Sunday to see a lovely little Mt. Vernon for shooting ami seriously from 24 j. Dealer In- maiden, who lives near the HanRliiK wounding his wife, attempted to assassiThe time for tho payment of city tax-piko. , Fork bridge on the Danville nate him Saturday, nvnr Cummins Stawithout tho penalty expired Saturday Furniture Mouldings, Window Shade-Miis. 15. T. Bkndkk, of Chicago, the tion. He tired at him from ambush with and Collector Newlimd tolls us that not hnudsome avaunt coureur of her moth- a rillo striking him in the arm. n MA.TTRES3ESES, AC. ono half tho amount has been paid. We er, who is to j:ive a free lecture to the I) rutiirned tho fire ns Hurk escaped : : bullet Tliiirmliiy evening, is at the My-j- in the timber and thinks he wounded do not make this appeal for personal advantage, since our taxes have been paid, House. him. " but in view of tho very hard times, wo Mifcsw Maiiy Thomson, and Margaret Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. e Tiik Rowland voting place having think the council should extend tho timo Tho NEW FURNITURE STORE Hennett, of Huston villi', with little Spring time it here and the wave of prosperity My stock is sure to please you in Thomson, er here yefterday bt- - gone fur whisky by n majority of 32, tho for collection till May 1. . about to sweep over the country is evidenced by rinniiiK for the comiiiK of "Katie Dean Huloon keepers there will contend that Hlkusgd ahetiik Peacemakers. Stan- the increased actllty naniftjted in ecry branch they have the right to license and will of trade. next Saturday night. ford went dry on last Monday by a maThe prosprctt for money Is growirjg better daiMiis. J. K. Hick left yesterday for her apply for them to the county court. injority of 21. Tho fight hns been very ly, and soon the ar cf competition will Lrcalc out homo in Cave City, where alir will be They have engagtd lawyers, who tell tense. Wo honor Editor Walton for with renewed vigor, ami with all the fierce but full stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, Alabastine, Varjoined by her husband anil they will them that they can win. Should the acting as the peacemaker in tho struggle, pleating energy born of a state ol inaction of many A county judge refuse to grant tho licences month's duration. Tho old adage, "In time of nishes, &c. then taku a tour of the south and extend a mandamus will bo applied for before 'llis paper, the Interior Jouiinal, did peice prepare lor war,''finds no time more e their travels to California. not take sides in the light, but urged I'rtpara-ti- t for application than the present. B03ST3S S. M. Owkns hnvo mov- the circuit judge. Mil and Mrs. ns aro now in order to meet the increased de that a contest upou priuciplo bo mndo the farm till after corn planted out to Before Spring Cleaning. Whii.k Miss Ktna Mouser was light- all nlong tho lino. Tho Journal nov mand of n convalescent trade In view of these pleasant anticipations, I havo Introduced some ing is over. Miss Glenn Bibb will keep ing n fire in a stove Friday morning her insists law be absolutely obeyed. elaborate reforms intu overy branch of my lzrgc that tho the house in town and Col. T. 15. IHbb dreys caught by some menus and fllio Winchester Sun. line of goods, changes have been made in price will act as jailer during their absence. Her llames. wbh soon enveloped which almost equal a revolution from Mu. JokHkvkkancb, Jh., Undkii a misapprehension of the facta Old styles have superseded by new; the new father, Mr. It. M. Mouser, wub nick in Lexington Saturday and Sunday. Ho bed but he called to her to come to him, in tho case, which btiva sinco been fully have been replaced by the latest; and the latest have been pruned until the residue aptly illusrode b wheel from Junction City hero, 10 when he threw n blanket around her explained, wo unintentionally did an trates, "tho survival of the fittest," odd shapes to an estimable younn lady In an and finishes have been especially sought after miles in 10 minutes and Graham Frank and succeeded, after much difllculty, in rode the same one to Lancaster in 39 extinguishing the blazing dress. The article with reference to the proposed to please the Irresistible craving for novelty; And we propose to get it by showing you the largest and finest minutes. alight boycott of a Stanford jeweler. Tho tvhilo only such ot these have taken advantage young lady escaped with but stock of Tiik Corbin Knterpriso eayB that W. T. burns, but one of Mr. Mouser'a hands young lady waB not reeponsiblo for tho of whoie selling price is thoroughly la harmony with the spirit of the times and trade. KicliHrdson, who moved there from Junc- waa very seriously burned. action of the ladiea and if any over zeal A glance through my stock will satisfy you City, is preparing to Hhip his goods waa ahown, it was by them and not her. that my selection is grand and my prices will tion you am head to Uurgin Bnd open a atoro there. He is In For Ir. Jim Evans, the negro It was learned that tho nontloman in thoroughly conviceMvo that I introduced quarters. Our In Stanford. New ideas have into all been an enterprising merchant who knowa the bicyclist, was not satisfied with being an question was neutral ou tho aubjoct and the mora important lines of furniture and they value of printer's ink and will do woll expert in that lino, ao he stole Mr. E. P. would not vote In tho prohibition elec- Constitute a liiu of goods which, for beauty design anywhere. Woods' family maro nnd la now in hoc tion. Tho ladiea who woro holding a variety, style and price, is superlative in ao emfor it. Jim waabentiug hia way back to prayer meeting at tho church, thought inent tiegree, and which represent! to perfection And we guarantee every article wc sell. the high standard achioved under the CITY AND VICINITY. Louisville on a freight train, but had to that If ho would accept an Invitation to ol necessity, tho mother of invention. influence In orde might induce him to to stimulate a sluggis and indifferent demand, I Clothinu bolow coat at C. D. PoweU'e. get oil near Paxtou'a Summit. Ilia sto- como to it, they Lord's." place beioro you the cream of all that is new ' ry is that ho walked aloug down tho "come out on their side nnd tho Givb your trade to Danka, tho Je- - railroad after that nnd when ho passed Tho young lady waa sent as ono of the Strictly cash, this will he to your interest, reW. W. WITHERS. eler. Mr. Woods' gate ho saw tho maro brid committee to Invito hlra over. He fused to go and suggested that aomo of Beautiful gold watches nt Danks', tho led and Baddled. Ho decided without I thinking about stealing her, that it was his whisky frieuda had threatened to jovfoler. , to ride than to walk, eo he accor- withdraw their trudo because ho had better ItsAi) Wallace Withers' ad. It will My store was bnrncd Friday night, Feb. 13. 'pi, dingly beatrodelhur and rode her till he Bigned tho protest against license. Hn I think robbed ol part of its contents, interest you. for got nearly to Springfield, when hq sold waa informed thot if policy and not and arrest and conviction of guilty parties ami will I the new vapor stoves. W. II. her for 15.50 to a man named Whontley. principle governed his action, tho tem- liar J100, HAMMONDS, Try our J. A. Hubble, Ky, Two men from Lebanon, who had re- perance ladiea might make a uimllar Wenron & Co. ns auspicious, followed him threat ami carry It into execution. Tho Frank Jonis can't bo undersold on garded himho sold the mare for eo small committoo returned to tho church and and when I have added to my business a line of hnts. See if ho can. a aum thoy know that their suspicions tho young lady .made tho roport, tho acWAMiPAi'Kii. What'e tho mntter with were woll founded. Evans was there- tion thoro on being taken by tho body in I hate rented the sowing room of Mrs. KatoDud upon arrested nntl taken back to Leban- tho regular way and for which Bhe wnB A. E. Gibbons, Danvillo. Millinery More, be toady to serve on nnd jailed. Ho telegraphed to Mr. no more responsible thun any othor ono derar's alter March i and willask. a liberal share h. I the public epring A kbw moro of tboao beautiful aho has no of your patronage and yvlll guarantee satisfaction Woods thnt ho was in jail nnd to come peraou. Tho young lady Baya lo etery respect. All orders before that date wraps loft. HuRhea & Tato. nnd got him out, but tho ollicor inserted apology to moke to any ono, but objecta will be gladly received by Mrs, Dudderar. From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match MISS JENNIE CUNNINGHAM, Bilks for "for horse stealing," tho negro says, ao to having all tho blamo placed on her by - f of Louisville Ky Come and boo our beautiful without wasic. If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it Mr. Wooda got Sheriff J. N. Menefee thoso who wish to shield thomaolves. ahirt waiBtB. Hughes & Tate. and thoy went down and got him out, Wo disclaim any intention in any way to here in two days. DR. W. B. three for only to put him in bore. He will likely wound tho feellnga of the young lady by. OLivKn chilled plow points, &. SI. at W. H. Wearea Co.'a. and pen an invidioua roforenco to her, and wore have an examining trial y bring an Office South Sid Main St., In office recenUy by using itentiary doora aeem to bo standing ajar governed only by a desire to Sa vk money, time and labor & vacated by Vr. Lee F. Huffman, Staafonl, Ky. unpleasant matter to a peaceful iaauo. for him. Co. H. Wearen J tho apor etove. W. Mid-dlcsbo' For Salk. HUGHES & TATE, 250,000 good Great Mr action m grand-fathe- r, Dress Goods, Trimmings, White Goods, n, tB y, 1 HUGHES & TATE. - -- post-pai- d. m FINEST ICE, ICE. 1 i : STOCK s n, Hits-tonvil- ht Slespeotfully Invited. GENT 39 N 1ECKWEAM Emmersen's of Men's Shoes, W. W. WITHERS, -- SEVERANCE & SON. : o New-coi- rs Stanford, Kentucky, WALL PAPER Cath-urin- DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. KiTSTE favcr-ubl- YOUR REFAXHIISTG A. H. PEUNY, Druggist. 11 was-ove- WE WANT YOUR TRADE "Watches, Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware . DANKS, : The : Jeweler. $100 EEWAED tf m m CARPETS! H. News For The Ladies! CARPET - SAMPLES, 3- to-da- PENNY Dentlat... j J lYIcROBERTS. sBMJW .nmFliU-'- "' Local Freight North ODD NAMES. pronounces his natno Mil second syllable accented. Mu. GL.vnsTONK, late prime minister Publlahod Every Tuesday and Friday AT of England, pronounees his name first .syllable accented. 52 T?JSrt YKiVHIN" AD YANCJC Glad-stuIIori.AxnKit, French general, died in WWhea not so paid ig.bO will be charge d."7 r 1801, aged years. Ills name is pronounced Inst syllable accented. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ni:suoin.!NS, French revolutionist, Train naves Rowiaud at 7:00 a. m., returning died in 1704. aged thirty-fou- r years. His name is pronounced L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. last syllabic accented. Mitiso:m:u, the celebrated Trench Mail train going North 1737 pm " " South njpo painter, died In ISM, nged 78 years. ......., 11 51 pin His name is pronounced Exprtst train " South N0,th 331, am Semi-Weekly tf Interior Jourm CAn.vr.oiK No Niiinn I'or It. Cur-nn-g- f4&-siv-- We aro authotiied to announce Ducziln'a Arnica Salvo. The best salve In the woiM lor cuts, bruises tores, ulcprs, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skiti ctup tiant and positively cures piles or no pay requir A candidate for Rpproicntative In cd It it guaranteed to trivi perfect salislacitoc jert m tho actum ol the DemocraticCongress,ofsnb the I'rico 15 cents pet boi, Kighth Congressional Putrid ol Kentucky. or money refunded. KorsalebyA R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. iron. jas. u. Mccreary ,t?SNsrv STVW ). At the S. OAKPENTER, old stand ol well-know- n J. 11. Green in Hustonvillo, - - Kontucky, A Housohold Treasure. - fifty-fou- Hoo-long-zh-n, Kwi&0mi'A mix S ILUmi! ail ' I) W Fuller, of Canajoharlc. N. Y sayt that SURGEON DKNTIS1 he always kecyt Dr. King's New- Uitcovery in the liou'i ami liH family would not be without it, II Officii over McKobetts Drug Stoio In the ne i. A Dykeman I)rnj;iit, Catskill, procurable N. Y , says that Dr Kind's New Div.overy is Uwtley HuildlBg. Stanford. nn iibtedly the bel foujin remedy; that he hat d d It has it in hl Immily for eight 1 eve. failed to tin all that is cUitmil fbr It. Why not iry a riii.edy o Ion tried and tested. Trial Irpe at A. K. Penny's Drue Store. Refu-labottle tie 501 mid $1 00. w-s- i"n A. S. PRICE, Has just received an excellent addition to his stu k of furniture and cordially Invites ou t, ,,n and esamineit. He is also agent for the Oliver Chilled and Silver Steel Plows at well as reinlrs lor tame Notdowa h. ,1,. ..;. tion of tlM public than tbt.se. Hit tlock ol harness and taddlet is larger than ever. Has also adc;cd a line of Hujrgm, Surreys and Stoves D. S. )t'. CAKI'KNTKK r THE RILEY IT. II. HOUSE 1 Mny-son-y- n, ne utter trains also carry patiengcrt. The above It calculated on itandard time. Solar Ima it about to minutet fatter, 1 ' South- -. 936 am ao;p m last syllable accented. Munkacsy, the Hungarian painter of the picture, "Clirist Ilefore well-know- n lliiSR ho is )illTO, 1'ilate, QUEEN & CRESCENT Hlue-Grass ROUTE. brated picture, "The Ilussian Feast," is aped fifty-onyears. His own pro Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., nunciation of ins name is second syllabic accented. Miners and thippcrt o( the GENUINE MiciiAr.t. A.VOKI.O, Italian painter and in Original Coal. sculptor, diedThe 1603, aged eighty-eigh- t years. Italian pronuncfa-tioTry it. We are the sole agents lor Stanford Jand of the name is now given the Rowland. Office corner ol Depot street and railpreference, road crossing. The "i" 6 HIGGINS A WATTS. has tlio sound of "i" in pickle, third syllable accented. e Vert-shah-gin, Going North train pss Junction City as follows: Vestibule starts 6 .1. m. Vestibule Limited 3 p, m. Local n 55 p. m Florida Limited 2:15 a m South N O. Vestibule 11'$$ p. m. Florida s p. m. Limited it p m l.fcil Vestibule arrives S:4o p. m. years. D'AnuosK, the French historian, author of "History of the Information," died in lt7., aged seventy-eigh- t His name is pronounced last syllable accented. Vkri:stchaoin, painter of the cele- pronouncos his iinmo second syllabic accented. Moon-koteh-- c, Sl? You say He in Ulue-Gra- Unpopular? He is so uniwpnlnr that when ho has a. cold nobody offurd bitu a romedy for it. Brooklvn Life. "(Httlnir 011 uniopulnr? a specialty. Mourning ot lowest reduced in flesh aud strength, l'hrc-Call and Kloctnc Hitters cured him, c'sminc oeioru uusing MrtltV DAVIS Dl'DDCRAR Kdward Shepherd, llarnsbHi, llltii Mrs. Kale Duddrrar, Manager Stanford, Ky running vre !! his leg of ci'lrt jears' stand I'sinI three bottles of Electric Hitters and ing COMMKKCIAL IILOCK seven btnes of Hucklen't Arnica Salve and his lei; is sound ami well' John Speaker, Catawba, O., had hie larj,c feer s ncs on Ins let;; doctors laid he was ill . uralde One bottle nl t'lectiK ri c Hitters and one hot Iluiklen't Arnua Salve cured him entirely Sold by A R Penny, ilru London, Cael, Wis , was trtrabled I have moved to my ith NVuralpa and Rheumatism j his stomach The Nobiest and Nicest Goods? vai divorderptl, his lier was nlfectcd to an alarm, jiepjred than ever t.s injt decree, apMtitc fell Hvtay and lie was terribly Can be had in the market, l'rlcet lower than the Geo.! Livery S Spoctmen Cason. Twotkwn above l'ott-Otlic- e. Alwsyt eu hand II Cli'foril, New HlhEY.lProprlotor, - -- - Kontucky. d. gdt II new Hotel and am betttr accommodatn the public. attached and every convenience Give me n call. KRANK RII.KV. ' T3ao Mrs. Corsy Savrndors Mrs. Harris Ilamiltoii Ploronoa Hotel, JKLLICO ILNNKSSKK, Kitt Mrs. J. B. , Montgomery, i.-V- Prop. Ills lect." CoiiiiuiHHioncr's Sale OP LAND. LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT. Renjamln Hlaekrbv's Doim-- s, e., Plffs. against Hcniimin lllackrrby't Dcshccs, Ac, Deft. Notice ol tale. l'ursiwut to a judgment htvrrin at the February I'rmolthn court, the underpinned CowmltMOMer win en Jellico I n Mm V -- Willonen a M N1 1 A M KIN' ; establishment Main ttrct, Stanthe pink cottage on ford, and be ready to leceive orders Vpi 1. They use t e latest and most fashiorabl paiterus and guarantee tatisfavtlon. A trial Is t.,1 c led e 1 ? h0,j' '"."" '"y nd ,lle onIr one with u1 r. "V d"""M Kspecia tothrlravWingpublK tjiiii Ratet j. THE OLD n Orchard, Lawn, Garden. r'ull Meek of I rult anJ Orname.ital Trees, Crape Vines, Asparagus, Small hruh. and tstually found its a nursery iwtablishmetit We s4l dttc4l to Ifw planter and have no agesits. Cala)ci;siBt on application evrr-thiHg wTAOKSOlT HOUSE, SAM 11 Mick-el-on-jel-- o. WAKNACK, Pror. London, very reasonable - KENTUCKY. cj Turnpike Election. AROUND THE GLOBE. ono species of. Kangaroo no larger than a rat. It is reported that the Russian government will .shortly extend the eir cuit in which Jews are free to settle. I.v the year 1020 England coined tin shillings, each having a stud of copper set in the center. Among the Ainu tribe in Jnpan a beard is considered so necessary to beauty that the women tattoo their faces to make up for their beardless-ucss- . ArsTH.vr.iA hnrbors Monday, Aoril 9th, IJ Itelnj thet f tit day of the April term l the Lin coin County Court, at thecourt house dour in the town of Stanford, Ky , between the hours of n a in and j p m. tell to the highs-an d heit KMdtr at public outcry the tract ot land on the of Dlx River, in l.imnln county. K . waters near Hubble, known at the lVjmiu lllai.kttly home place, and Refitte.1 and iefurmth.,1 and in every way pre-par- ol to attend the wants of Hit public Ratct The stockholders of the D.iovi le and Crab Orchard pike are requested to nwt at the First Nv tional Hank, 111 Stanford, on SATL'Rl) VY, APR. 7, 1891, lor the purpose ol electing directors for the year JACK BOSI.KY, President. j II K. HILLKNMKYItlt. I.etitigtiHt, Ky. Wow Moat Sliop. dle nothing but the best and will hest mnats Ueitot Street a first cits, ,'. h opened Ilutiher Shop where we will keep at all times the that the unintry sllords. We wi'l han- ASSIONKK'SSALEOr km ! XjgJ uftfr'O.N amass "iTAPJME B. CURE s 3UiS SE A Stock of Merchandise I ? -L- Containing 163 - 35-10- 0 Acres, At Kingsvillo, Kontucky. lurthcr notice, tell As assignee of i.lass A Johnson, jKTORTH MAnnr..v says that in the llritish wny endure) West Indies two centuries ago pins, slices of bread, pinches of snulT, drams ftnema received. of whisky, soap, cocoanuts, eggs and other common articles were nil used as money. . r ti . ' JUS. P) '?P?nese LI er Pellets ih UltvODl'l HIKIKR." Hiiitdl.ir.Ud The llhatgur reservoir, a great artigWjjn.oar UtfteTir' MitousSwiSiS ficial lake in India, said to hold about GU...UN: Fr J !stj co't bv 4,041,000 cubic feet of water, acts as a feeder to the Xira canal. It is A. R. PENNY, Ky. lit .. m'lcntt.i. .In... mo ..... s.i formed, 1. j n ........... uiiiu iuo iwi ingii ami 3,020 feet long. .IK VOU ARE GOING.. Housn rent is rather higher in the City of Mexico than in Chicago; kerosene is 50 cents a gallon; tea, S1.25 a ..THE., pound; milk, 0 to 12 cents n quart. These are the silver standard prices. St being worth about s of our immmtmsi tiTtSSSi f?:t'iWc. nactinyi &le Stanford, ifo. I An Kjo to Ittilii-- . I WEST, v y vT- - two-third- reckoning. Professor German All this monoy Is the line for you, as its and jewelry lmvocomo out of this empty territory. A tower is being erected in hat; Voico (in gallery) now much do you Wembly park, near Harrow. England. Make close connections at Its height is to be one thousand, ono want for that hat? Hallo. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI hundred and fifty feet, and its base is For all points. on a hill one hundred and sixty-fivAfraid. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. feet above the surrounding plain. n rfX--, HAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH jCiVz :rf In Switzerland girls on arrlvinrr nt for any information esquire of . . .1. V&3S JOES. KICK. Agent, i.uu uu 01 iourieen ure regularly em- 1 . rTsT? Stanford, Ky Dr a ployed as porters, and during the sea-- 1 ' W. A. McQUOU'N, Trav. Pass. Agent, son in that country may be seen carrv- Junction City, Ky ' . t TtJKM H -'ing tho baggage of travelers up and '1 MM-- ' i A. G. Lanham down the steep mountain paths. John;3. Castleman. iumxw Kino IIkhanzin'8 throne has just arrived in Paris, a present to the eitv from the victorious Gen. Dodds, and hns been placed in the Trocadero museum. It is a curious block of wood, carved with rude reliefs representing the king and his court. s DoniTLHSS of tho Americans who visit tho Bermudas pronounce the second syllable of - --' ,tv2u.n-- v; BA11BEE & OASTLEM AN name as if it were spelled "mew," the al33&s though Shakespeare in "The Tempest" Jlips Summit I wonder why whon MANAGERS, hns indicated for all time the original Mr. Edgerton culls on 1110 ho always ha Coramorcs Building', Louisville pronunciation of that syllable by coll- a friend with him. ing the islands "the still vexed Miss Palisade He told me tho other Agents throughout the South. day ho didn't want to got married. Trnth, ITEMS OF INTEREST. W. A. TRI3BLE, Local Agsat, Ai.ujiinuji docs not rust or tarnish. .Struts jy. STANFORD, KY So.mh one has discovered that food tea can be made from dried coffee leaves. I.VTi:.Mii:it.v.vcK annually causes five hundred persons in Prussia to commit ERADICATES BLOOD POIsuicide. ' SON AND BLOODTAINT. Mhs. W. C. Whatlky, of Koswell, Ga., has n chicken which flutters il around with only ono winy. n ' vW'SSt && Ceveral bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S.S.) I Louisvillc a. Nashville R. r. OVER THE OCEAN. The population of Italy Is very dense, there being two hundred and seventy people to every square mile of Double Dally Trains tall e i. T7 A ii And hounded at follows- lly the DansiIlK, Di Kiscr ,v I.aneastrr turnpike road, on the nonh and t uih and west by tho Rush llranch turnpike rnid and by the lands of James Robinson, Samuel 'ipoonarnore and others, aad particularly by metes and lounJ. In the petition and judgment and ordered to bo sold under ll.f ludg ment aleresald of this cwut. Said tract ly order of this court was subdivided Into three parcels and the tubdlsiMOns will be offered teparatcly, in I be fallow lag order The first parcel of 11 acres on the east tide of the Rush llranch pike ai d adjoining the lands at Samuel Spoonamore, Mrs Mencfce and Mrs. then the home place, which svill c tec acres, including the dwelling ami inner impru. rmenu, anu ine inirtl parcel ol 41 on the west end of the plsce divided JCtes Iron the mam iVdyof land by a line running frm Ike tump ke road nearly due west to J aires Hobinoon's house, including a home, the C jm'r reserving the bids The Com'r will then offer all of sal tracts in one body, or the 105 acre trail and the (4 So 100 sere tract ill one body awl the u acre tract b)Ittpf,lhe offer producing most money 10 iv me acceptei mo or nuis inei-n m tract im ludes the lamlly grounds which h ot an acre; Jolucting same leaves tot is j is acres and a right of way over same to said Iwrying grouiidt.it reserved ! the famllr ol lletijamin II ackcrby and his heirs The land is told lor the purpose of division ol the t among Henjimin Hlackerby's devisees and will be otTere,! at heirin indicated Purchaser or uur chasers will be placcil lu postesiien of all eicept the land in wheal, whenever the terms ot tale are complied with. Minnie llland, Katie Walter and EllMneth IllacVerbv.heira ard dviH-e- t of lleriamln lllsck. erby, being infants under it years ( age, it i ad tudged that their inteiett in the procds ol tale collected, hut remain a hen 011 the land until their respective guar lanteiecute the bendt required by law, or until tbey reipccllvel anise at the aye of si yean Terms of sale; On a credit nt rj and u months, tho purchater to execute bond with approved le curity, paable to the Com'r, hearing per cent Interest trom day of sale until paid and Having the force and effect of a judgnu nt, upon which esecii' tton may issue If not paid at maturity Lien is unserved until all the purchase money Is paid H C. W.VKIU.N, M C. L C so-ijj-u- k j; cne-filtprcx-eed- SliXl, FOR CASH ONLY, J will, until AT COST FOR CASH The itock of merchandise at Klngtvllle '1 Asweran not keep ...ks. Oar customers will served In the best stvi9 lid we sul.clt the patronage i.rthe publK We aisu buy irood corn fed caitleana hogs. AN'IILKSOS UltK A CO . 84 3m Stanford, Ky, I his Is a fine chance for bargains Any per urn desiring to b ,t the stoek as a whole will do well to call on me for terms VII persn'is indented to the firm mutt come up KDWARD ALCORN, and settle with me Trustee tf disss ,V Juhtuo-- i assigned to rac for the benefit cf thsir cred tors The slovk enaslsts of Dry Hoots, Shoes, Hals, Cap. Notions, (itocerlrs, Ac which THE GOFFEY HOUSE jlANrOKD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEY, jPro'r. This Hotel, renovated sed rrlurolshed, it now to my charge and I intend to cenduct it to to .... . at not onlr maintain Its Wh ..m.,.,,.. to Its long list ol friends. Special aicommeda-tion- s fer csMnnerelsl travolcrs and floe looms for Nice Turnout For Sale. g ,.. A good Horse, Harness and a single Surrev, as as new, for sale for the low pr.te of lbs dlspluy of samles. Cal ai Joe Rout's tow It, or 01 Judge 1.1.. Sheiton it you want 10 boy A'FIrot-Clas- s I A KVRISs, Lexington, Ky. j.im Aad MILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached JOSLPH CUFFKY ). Saloonl 37-- tl BEAU THIS to sell I JAMES YKAGKR. THOMAS YEAOER. I tjeneral Merchandise at will on April 1st commence my sleek ol YEAGKR & YIJAGER, LIVE&7, rBD AND SALE STABLE, er Country Produce so that I can get eaah out of such as Macon, Lard. Kygs and Chit .en. Ac So BTANKOIID, fc.Y. come right ahinc and we will swap dollars awhile. if we can de nothing els. these hard limes. Thankarelnour uew stable In the Opera House ing mv patrons for past fasuis I ask a liberal Block and are well supplied with Reiixtlfullr trade in this tale. J. II HILTON. Rowland, Ky 9.1m NEW CITY COST FOR THE CASH .,.? RIG8.AND, HORSES ITotioo. Turn Pike Hoad Cutnpaiiy. are hereby notified that an elcctiea will be held In the town of Ciab Orchard at the ot.ee ol the Harris lleutt on Saturday, April ;lh, iSyi, at a o'clock p m , to sear. elect five it director! for ih 8 jt J H. COLLI KK, Piesidcnt. I urnoutt n Have been purchased and lioth will leave the stable. ifi Tte stockheldtrt of the Crab Orchard and Give them n Call. , - xZtrl&r, PUBLIC SALS A On ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. mmcarr FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Desirable Homestead. Monday, April 9, 1894, Fruit Trees For Sale 1 ! Capital Stock Surplus 3200,000 21,300 Insurance Company County Court .lay for Llnrelti county,! will sell lielore the couit house d or ia Stanlord, Ky , a very desirable tract of three-fourth- ioo Aeres of Land lying: mi both sides of the enmity road leading lido the Hall's and Waynesbu g Pike by is distant one mile ir m Klngtville, the jiinctni ot the C S A-- ). rat. i .ads, where there is a depot, was of Pleasant I'oin church, (p 10 Kiagsvdlc. It ." 33 entirely cleansed my sjstem of contagloua blood poison of the very worst type. Wm. S. Loomis, Sbieveport, La. that Kodvvits and plovers can lly at tho rate of two hundred and forty miles an IIkhkGatkk, the naturalist, asserts sr mentioned is the line of Ibe turn pike to he built ne cowing summer to Kingsviue the farm is nwnlly level or gently rolling land, and is etcrl-lentl- y imprnvnl inaj, all under good fence and hav.ng an ahun.'.H e el tlmher for fencing and for vsvod, and a' indaisceof eicellent water. Alto having a coml rlble ami c.ainHliout dwelling, good a nne garden storked with fine three-fourtsmall front and a tplendnl oichard c .In. of the land It cleared um ready vatlon.and tho km I it first class fur the section The dwelliii( is within iiuarter of a mile of a church sih ol and poatornce, and the nelghbnr-noo- d a one It Is a moat desirable home. Title pvr'ect, and will be bilked by a good war The place is known as the Reed farm rant). Terms One half cash, balance within oae year with 'i pr cent interest or at the option of the curclnei on six slid twelve mirths' tune nt 6 per plent interest with apnruved security on first noie II. HKLM. lirn m land lor second. f- -r g-- txpress and telesfrsph ottlfe. The county road Prepared SALF. OF.. CURES SCROFULA IN EVEN ITS WORST FORMS. 188-1- , In and cleansed my entirely from It by taking seven bottles of S. S. S. I hare not had any symptoms since. C. W. Wilcox, Spartanburg, S. C T x had scrofula system HAS CURED HUNDREDSCF CASES OF SKIN CANCER. free Treatise on Wood and Bltfn Diseases mailed traced. Mrs. Figg Tommy, what aro you doIn Mongolia, Asia, there are no ho- ing in that cupboard? tels. Monasteries, however, are nu Tommy Thoy's a mouse in here, nn merous, and thoy always ueeommodato Via try in to git him out. Look out! travelers. is a curious fact, us noted by Sir Hero he comes now! Puck. It Samuel llaker, that a. negro has never Very Much So. been known to tamo an elephant or an3 wild animal. It is proposed that postage stamps be numbered, bo that when stolen from the post offices the rogues may be hour. Land, Stock, Crop, &c. As Executor of W. M Hlggint, deed , sell at public auction on the premises on ( will R, Attention of the public muted to tha fac that this it the only National Hank in Stanford umier inc provisions 01 me .National Hank Act depositor are secured not only by the capital stock, hut by the stock holdera' liability lor so . amount enual to the .t.irl. ... . this Institution are secure. I by a fund of J.oo.wxj, . ...K'miiii. a, I.'.ii,..i are made each ve. no ih..innconuithtn ol tlie bank u.u... went and its assets are etamlncd'at ttatcd timet by government agents, thus seeming addmtona .... ..irijr in urposiiort. This institution, originally established as tht Deposit Hank of Stanford in then ltd aa the National Hank ol Stanford in M and again re organised as ike First National Hank ol Stanlu-rhas bad practically an uninter in McKINNr.Y, KY. rupted esistieceol ia year- - It It better supplied now with facilities for transacting husims prompt Iv and liberally than ever befoieio I have bought ahnve mentioned Hotel at lit Uug ud honorable career Accounts of corporations fidua and have attached ciaries, firms and individual! reepectfully 'tnlic- First-Clas- s Bar and Pool Room. Tha Directory of this Hank it cern posed ol Have repaired and ,rcf irnlsht-the lUtel and Fnrosliis Rtsd, Lincoln county ; am better than ever S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; to Accommodato the J.W. Ilaydeu, Stanford ; S.H. Hatighman,Lincolii; Public. J. S. Docker. Stanford; Special attention toCommerciil Men W. A. TrlUle, Stanford; Fine Livery and Feed Stable attached. M U. Klmore, Stanford; P W UK KEN. Proprietor. T. P. Mill, Stanford. JESS ROUT, Manager K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J.Miller, Ml. Vernon J.S. Hocker, President; John J. McRobertt, Cashier; A. A. McKlnner. AssisUnt Cashier. i... At our Fruit Farms and Nurseries ono toll West of Kingsvllle, Lincoln county. We have as fine a stock of Fruit 'I rees at any man ever handled, ready lor transplanting nto orchard and garden this Fa Ormar s.f ,.plei and Pea del will he assorted to sue custotiers at Jio per hundred The trees arc nue, the varieties the hct needed to make home attractive and the i it i irculars children happy will he found here ndriress J A. JbKKK A C .. Kmssiiie, Ky. e. I'i'n Commercial Hotel, ijj. i4. MMER Thursday, May 31, 1894, ..The Farm of.. 1 Dealer In Farmers BgnMTrnst or stanford,:ky Paid up Oapitalof Surplus, . - Co J't 234 Acres of Land, About 75 Acres in cultivation now the remainder in grass, situated 4 iml:s from Crab Orchard, 8H miles from Stanford and mile from Cedar Creek MatloD. on the L. S. N railroad. Two story frame house, four rromt alto dining room and kitchen, cistern, smoke home, an ice Eorchet. Ac, good in yard, large barn, two corn Cabin cribs, two buggy houses and a Hlacksmith Shop, Tools, Ac. 1 he farm will lie ode red in two tracts and as a whcle. Land notes will bear Interest d In 6 irnm Jan, 1, 1805, sU percent. d In months: in 11 months and iS norths. Good school In mile of house. a Alderner cows with calvos. a cows anu calvea. i1 cows without calvet steer, 1 male cow. calves 3 sows and pigs. , 13 shoatt. 1 male hoe. a work horses. I good buggy mare that a lady can drive. 1 young mare in foal by Hackly't saddle hone. 36 head of sheep iS lambs. Household and kitchen furniture, farming Implements, such as shovel and turning plows, 1 hay rake, 1 mowinir mac hi no, wagon, rockaway, 1 spring wagon, 1 corn shelter, 1 co.n wheat fan, straw cutter, plow gear, cru.her, t etc. Also a lot ol bacon, lard, vinegar, corn hay, straw, etc. Also a track of knob land ol jo acres, well thu bered,on Otlenheim pike near Cox's Gap, told separate. All sums under $to cash. All overdue January 1, 1S5J, with Interest from day of sale and secured by penonal security. W H HIGGIN-- . Ex'or. 1 One-thirone-thir- It now fully organued and ready for business with Groceries, Candies, $200,000. 2tOOo! 1 Swift Specific Co, Atianu.Ga. f 4J- - KOK A CLEAN Shave, Stylisli Hair Cut, Or Nice, Refresbiuj Dath Go to Jesse Thompson's Barber Shop, Mj It also agent for the Lexington Stesn. Laundry The U.tt In the Country. ASTRONOMY. Thkhe will be two eclipses of the sun during tho year, but both will be invisible in tho United States. IM3IKX8E as tho bulk of Jupiter Is, it makes a complete turn on its axis in a trille less than ten hours. PnoF. IUnNAim, of tho Lick observatory, whoso success in photo graphing tho milky way has made him famous, Is to have charge of tho great Yerkes telescope at Lake Geneva. Prof. E. E. Uarnard has been d bj' the French Academy of Sciences with the Arago medal, tho highest distinction it could bestow, becauso of his wonderful astronomical discoveries. Light passes from the sun to tho earth in about eight minutes, distanco I' II" r1P" J5"' 05,000,000 miles. A locomotive travelFather (from tho top of the Btalrs) ing at tho rate of a milo a minuto Ellen, isn't that youth? fellow stone? would require, upward of 180 years to Ellen Oh, yes, papa, dreadfully . accomplish the samo Journey. Brooklyn Life. hpn-oreI I . -- i Ii Fancy Goods, Fruits, &c. Desires to thank you for your pa tronage during the year which is almost gone and asks a continu ance during the coming year. When Hungry try one of his ', one-thir- SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONA1 ' HANK OK STANFORD, Now closing upl with t:,e same aitett and uodtr ho tame management. lly provitiontof ittchaitcr, depotitors ll'an)k.,,r,0.,l,ed.",.,,VdepoL,0" in Nuo"' being held Individual! Iiaolctotheeatentof the amount of their stock V2UC J""1"", in addition amount invested in such shares. It may to tbs act as " """ J,C" U,V in individual. . . . . Tn kn. U.L t.L ""usieameir Duislness to 7 ?,.''? nl"lnK the Lincoln National Dank ui ol ' ?,.t they will continue to our mnY h"? ,endertransact their business of,t,ia attsn-lio- n Kuaranle for to same.our twnty ysart prompt experience banking and at liberal accommodations as sire C ia tittent with tound banking. " ,hl "d J.J. S. J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; II. Shanks, Stanford; S. Owsley, Stanford; WHICTOKi; 1 two-hor- 1 1 25 CTS MEALS And j ou wilPccrtainly go back and try him again. S.J. Embry, Stanford; J. H. Owsley, Stsnlord; J. FCasb, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mllled(foville, Ky W, II. Cumiuini, rreachenville S. II. Shanks, President, ' j lir. J.'ll. Owt'ey, Caihler, W. M. llilght, Teller.