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APRIL 10. 1894. -- NO. 12 LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. Kov. J. 0. Kurtt, of Iiurdstown, who County oourt and lots of people in Tho band stand is being painted by IfiaVy " oL JB vtitiilBra tHf f "rV'ijr held a gracious revival nt the Biptist town Monday. ill III artist Jim Crow Dillion. Hufiiniill But. KM Little Jim Huffla ludly off with Mra. Bonder will give a lecture to Tho HauRhmatt childrun Hint woro chuich several ycaru ago, is conducting a rhuuiiintism. ladles only here Wednesday afternoon. hurt by ft runaway horeo ft few dajB meeting nt Lebanon. A protracted meeting commenced at W. B. Catching is homo from WashbIdco nre aRin in pcIiooI. Tho street lamps are now being lightWhat, why my money on every purchase not made at the One I been sick for tho Biplist church last night, in which ington City for a few days. Mr. McAfee, who has ed every night. Tho now board ia niov- Horse Store of I The four ehuruhCM all had services inu thiiici alum? in the rii?lit direction. tho lost two wet'kB, is improving and wo tho pistor will bo assisted hy another preacher in a few days. Sunday the Biptist, two Methodist nnd Dr. Ross Burnside has moved hia hope to eeu hlin out noon. Pastor II F. Taylor writen from Christian. Sam Lusk, who is attomliiiK pctiool family into the Jo Weisiger property on is "Closed n good meeting nt Elder Koiidrick cmnmunord protract- Lexington nvenuo and opened a doctor's at Allrgliany Academy, Lexington, High Bridge on tho 2Urd Inst., with 10 ed meeting at the Christian church Sun- shop over Stormo's store. hero on n visit to hia mother. Who try to sell Staple and Fancy Groceries ancj other goods too. Western Iteconl. day night. ralnu have put a Btop to plowing additions. Tho Tho Odd Follows hnvo had tv,eirhall , 1S51 had India in 1,000 christian Mrs. Dempsey, an nj-- d nnd cold weather tHMiins to bo tho prewidow and and Crcscoed. It is now h.iid y thero nro 230,000 Hin- Mexican war pensioner, died in London io he one cf the best lodge rooms ill the vailing Cushion of tho w father thiB miring- - converts. and doo christians and 1,000,000 adherents to last Friday. Tho contract for writing by-laFor almost any thing you may want. Goods Cheaper than Ever. State. All the local orders meet there. were lot by bids, Christian churches. The number of conSam Warnaok is still in bed with a ordlnanctBof tho town Mr. B. Ballard, of Bryantaville, died broken collar hone ani the town ha no Friday night nnd was buried in tho Lantho lowest bidder being Mra. Henry verts last year was 21,000. The Now York Methodist Kpiscopal marshal. However, we don't need any. caster cemetery Sunday. Ho was Hbout Crtmnitz,,.W.2fi Prof. Fulton, Walter Brock, Misses 30 years of ago and leaves a wife and two Mr. Tlldcn Oook, of the Btnil' of tho Conference demands tho expulsion of I. J., wbb in town Sunday. Wo think Co). Breckinridge from Congres? to show Dora Faris, Luny Far!, Lucy Jones nnd small childron. John II. Jackson nnd C. M. Randall ho brought hia "tninner" back from tho tho public abhorence of his depraved life Mary Homing left Friday Cir a thhing wero nt Ely'a in Knox county fishing durplay at Stanford. There is no "Morse" nnd as tho only atonement that can be trip to Rockcastle river. nude to that Christian sentiment which Common wealth's Attorney W. R ing last week. Mr. Jackson came in Sunon TUden'a feet. Ramsey ia in from LphIIu county circuit day with two as line bass ns I ever Faw, Mra. Donnoldson, daughter, nnd Bon ho has so grodsly outraged. J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. The Advocrflo savH of Key J. O. A. court. Four persons were sent to the one of them lacking only threo ounces cf nro visiting Mr Jennie Carpenter and her on, Crawford, who in attending Vaught's meeting: There have been penitentiary from there this term. Next weighing six pounds. Sunday morning during the services Full corpa of Coiuervatory and Normal School Christian College. They are from Shel-b- r more than 00 conversions during the term of circuit court commences here on teacher. Superior courses in Literature, Music lad at the Christian church, a horse attached An. Excellent hoarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. county nnd w hopo thoy may bo meeting now in progress at the Metho- May 15. dist church. Between 30 and 40 of these The republican primary in Clay coun- to n bugtiy in the hitching lot, became able to Bty long with ub. Grammar teaches us that wo may will join the Methodist congregation nnd ty resulted ac follows: For Judge, Win. frightened and came near running into United States marshal; tho church door. Tho buggy was demolndmlro beauty but not twUo it. That wa the othera will go to tho other churches Parker, in town. County Attorney, George Baker; County ished and tho congregation greatly distho cobo with tho "Orchentry" that It Ib now pretty generally known Clerk, Gill White; Sheriff, Will White; turbed. auuh Bweot mimic for "Katio SatMr. Jim Cunningham, of Louavillo, - I'OR that there is to be a great celebration a Jailer, Theo. Whito. Dean" that played nt Stanford last is visiting his mother Mra. Mary Cunwise is the closo of tho 10th century, nnd tho A nice social party for tho young urday niRht. "A word to tho ushering in of tho 20th. A great deal of folks wns given at J. Harvey Penrl's ningham. Miss Lucy Ford, of LexingBufllcicnt. One of Stanfords oldeat citlzenB told effort is being made to carry out n very Wednesday nijjht. A recital by Miss ton, ia the guest ot Miss Juliette Reid. vour correspondent that llustonvlllo is unique, though grand plan. It is propos- Nttio Smith's music class at James D. Dr. A. S. Price, of Stanford, visited his ono place that will always feel more like ed that the Columbian Liberty nnd Pence Smith's Thursdny night, nnd a hop at mother Mrs. Harriet Price Sunday. Mi?a New styles at lowest prices. Call and see. Jane Lusk, of Paint Lick, is visiting her homo to him than any other placo on Bell be rung on tho spot where the shep- Col. F. B. Riley's Fruity night. sister Miss Eliza Lusk. Mr. Eph Brown when quite herds heard tho chorus of angelic voices earth, that ho wont there CRAB ORCHARD. visited Danville Sunday. Miss Mamie young and spent bin younger dava theto proclaim, "Peaco on earth, good will to happiest of his hfo. As ,ho is now wards men." Tho idea is to hnvo the tho S. L. Blakemore, our enterprising Ourrey attended the oratorical contest in The best inside wall finish; cold water process. on tho Bhndy side of life wo invito him hull connected to all parts of tho wnrld colored barber, has bought the hand Loxiugton last week. Mr. Albert Sever and by tolegraph and cable. Then at a speci- somest revolving nnd reclining World's ance, of Staufor I. wns here Sunday. Col. back to tho scenes of his childhood PAINTS Lead, Oil Colors, Mixed Paint, Carriage Paint, Stains, there in peaco to live tho rest of his Rood fied time nil telegraphic business is to be Pair premium chair for his customers, W. S. Ferguson and Dr. Jones, of Cov- and Varnishes. Closest prices for cash. suspended, every congregation in tho re- ever brought to this town. He has a ington, are in town. Mr. Waller Saunlife. MEDICINES Prescriptions compounded with care from the best barn of Mr. 10. O.J Lyon was ligious world be assembled in its place of nice room, uses no tobacco or intoxicants, ders, of Sta Cord, was here Sunday. Tho How tho meeting, each having a wire connected is polite and wishes a share of Saturday nfternoou. W. B. McRoberts. drugs and chemicals. Give us a call. burned the public Tho Southern Baptist Convention flro originated Is unknown, perhaps com- with the Jertistlem wire, and atimultau-eousl- y patronage, ns he does his work cheaply Will be held at Dallas, Texas. May 11 the bell be rung and the message and stylishly. bustion of heated hayl was tho canso to 15. Largo numbers of Baptis s in a I Thero wnstwoflno horsoa'llnl the barm of "peace" he Hashed over the earth. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Livington, of parts of BUYthe South, are interested in the but tho fire in tho hay spread so fast Cincinnati, are with Ur. Doores. Mrs. question how to reach Dallas, and what FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. that it was ImpoRflble Jto save them Dudderar, of Rowland, was also a visitor it will cost. The Queen & Creecent G. A. Peyton sold to M. F. Klkln Had somo fow machines but none (if any nt Dr. Doores this week. Misses Josie Route takes pleasure in announcing a great worth. Ho aleo lot about 100 fat cow Cor 125. Sti phens and Lizzie Beazley nre home low rate of One Faro for tho Round Trip Kgga nro belling a 0 in Lancaster. for a day or two, from the Lancaster barrels of corn. Tho loss will amount from points on its line. Tliis route is no innurancw. Thoy are Si here. to $2,000 with school. Dr. Ed Kites wife aud babj are the direct line from the southeast. Wa.ntkii. A small lot oC corn. Ap- at Mr. John Eduiiston's. Mr. W. E. Per- Through sleopiug cars daily from AtlanMATrMrMrMATTERS. ply at this office. to lay in n ta, Birmingham, Meridian, Jackson & kins left for Louisville y Nancy Hanks, 2:01, ia one inch high- new stock ot goods, and, Mra. Perkins Vickshurg, to Shreveport, now tho proper capor to hnvej It is ALSOwith direct accompanied him. Mr. J. S. Fish was in connection at Shroveport for through vour wedding preaeuta Btolen. The ad- - er than sho is long. "ll.k ill A bIhj Wnlker Bout sold to John Johnson, town Saturday. vorlisemetil la imraenov. urn iuo omlo trains to Dallas. Solid Vestibuled Trains of the Btago who ustnl to play the scheme of Boyle, four fat heifers at 2Jc. every day in the year, from Cincinnati, Confederate Yeterans. Sandldgo Bros, sold to different with their diamonds, simply smile, or at Bir- Lexington and Chattanooga, conuect nt In view of the coming awootly as they read these parties three combined horses for $550 laugh low and mingham, Ala, April 25th and 2Gth, Birmingham and Meridian with through The best Garden Plow on the Market, from W. P. Good bought in Boyle and thrilling Btorlea. cars to Shreveport. Trains from LouisMercer n lot of fat heifers and steers at Gen'l J. B. Gordon, general commanding, ville make close connection at Lexington Mr. Ned Wiseman, of Danville, wll asks that the press of tho country give lead to tho alUr on tho 2oth of this $10 to $15. with through service. On May 10th, obUollinBhead, of Dav-to- n, Mr. J. S. Hundley has sent his hand its aid to the patriotic and benevolent month, Mias Grace by publishing through cars will be run from Meridian, of organization 0. Tho ceremony will take placo at noine eecond jewel stallion, Jem, to Mar- jectsdate tho the of etc. Business Jackson and Vickshurg through to Dalthe of the bride In Dayton. Mr. ion county to make tho preaont season. tho homo of the greatest importance will be trans- las without change, to accommodate deln and liked here, Wiseman Is To closo out a partnership, a good acted at this meeting, looking to tho pre- egates and visitors from theso and inter whero ho formerly attended school. HIb pair of Fairbanks stock scales will be servation of historic records; the care of mediate points. Let us have your name. Intended brido is known to be a moat sold at my house at 3 r. m., April 18th. pleasure We will full writing h fJ H Har-rodsbu- MeKinney & Hoeker, To-da- cajlxj oust tikieilvi: McKINNEY & HOOKER. Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January 23d, 1894. dis-caurs- McRoberts' Drue: Store, WAIX FAFIEUlo -- ... well-know- ' to-da- Brinley's Combination Plow and Harrow. -- re-uni- THE - "COLUMBIA," W. H, HIGGINS. n, WE ARE IN IT. Prices lower than any one. See our Spring Stock of charming young lady.-Httrrod- sburg Domocrat.iiiiiip m k of Louisville, another cirdjon the has written cav, her drat having been tho occasion of bo much adverse comment She says: Tho moral which I wished to If women convey in that card wasconduct themselves properly would only on all occasions, and bo only true to their own womanhood, wo would never havo euch .men as Col. Breckinridge to contend with, nnd 1 say bo Btill, regardless of tho opinions of the public, the prena or tho whole world. AndJI for one woman, hnvo tho independence and moral courage to not only proclaim this opinion, but to defend It to life's end. I n very hard on my own box, I confess, and when I givo sympathy to any one it will I havo as much never bo misapplied. any of my box. but 'Christian charity' as it will neVer go out to any iuii ueugeu, fallen female who willfully glvea up all Breck-inrlduo Mrs. CoThbe7tHiilHtt, - A. K. Denny. T. A. Elkln sold to nu Atlanta party n a2 by Arthur Sims and out of laily Forrest, owned by J. K. Bruce, for $250. It ia Bald that Uussell Bailey received $1,000 Cor breaking Axle, by Axtell. At tho beginning he was a most unruly and vicious horeo. Ono hundred nnd four acres of good grass land for rent, never failing water Apply to Mrs. Malinda Anderon year-stallio- Bhe possessea-h- er man, or, Indeed, any price, and then pleads seduction. I repeat, both are to blamo and should Buffer. The woman I blatno far moro than tho man." Tho highest court of Mexico has confirmed the death sentonco recently pass ed upon Charles Adams, tho American who killed a waiter in a restaurant in the city of Mexico three years ago. Adams will bo shot within the next few days. The pop Governor of South Carolina ia out in an interview predicting political earthquakes and cyclones, tho democratic administration, demanding a political union of the and plat South and West on a Cree-colna- ge a vlrtuo-f- or a mesa of pottage, a congress- nc MisThreo students of the Baptist Wewoka, the capital city sion College at Nation, murder-- a of the Seminole Indian by throwing hlra from fellow student window. The victim was a thlrd-storan Tndiaii boy. m t y i. S Jh.tickiSfbilioui '. Tb. . surprise to persona colic to team that Co he. by Ukin Ch.mberla n'a u remedy as loon atn aj ni1 5 c'nt DOIlla Stanford. G. fucker, Druggist, .... of ,'J" & son, Preachersville. J. P. Chandler, auctioneer, sold for Harvey Helm yesterday, tho John Heed farm of 100 acres near Kingsville to I). A. Twaddle Cor $075. Ono hundred and Corty-tw- o Bons of Hnmbletoninn, 80 Bona oC George Wilkes, 83 pons of Almont and 50 sons of Belmont have aired standard performers. J. B. Saunders bought of V. A. Lear a lot of 175 pound hogs at 4c. Robert GulloyaoldtoT. A. Elkin, a bunch of 900 butcher stuff at 2Jc Central Record. J. K. Bruco has bought of W. T. Stephenson 32 acres of land adjoining hia farm on Hawkins' branch at $27.50. Mr Bruco ia gradually coming into possea flion of nearly all of the rich land that lies on the branch. Tho peaches are killed everywhere except on tho mountain tops. Fruit growers aro beginning to turn their oyes to theae high places. It will not bo long until the mountains of Kentucky will be covered with all kinds of fruit. Joe A. Cohen bought Crom Charles Kennedy 10 100-Istock hogs at 4jc. J. J. Chapman engaged 1,400 lambs in Mercer county last week at 4 to 4, June and July delivery, J. J. Chapman bought over 50,000 Ids. of tobacco last week at 4. 0, 0i and 7 cents. Woodford Sun. Notwithstanding the inclement weather a good crowd attended court yesterday, but if they did anything to apeak of after they came it is not on record. A few milk cows Bold at public auction at $12.50 to $17.80 and several plug horses were disposed of at $20 to $02.75. W M. Lackey bought privately oC a Wayne county party 11 cattle averaging 1,014 pounds at ate B.E. Owsloy withdrew 54 sheep at $2 50. b. it disabled nnJ needy veterans who once woro the gray; the care of the graves of the Confederate dead, and other matters of moment. Let no veteran nnd no friend of tho veterans fail to lend his presence at Birmingham. Tho Queen it Crescent Route la agisting to make this occasion a successful ono by putting in a lowrntoofone fare for the round trip. This, s hen linked with tho magnificent equipment nnd train service for which tho road is noted, makes it tho most desirable Hue to Birmingham. It ia the shortest, the quickent, nnd has the finest trains from Now Orleans, Shroveport, Vickshurg, Jackson and Meridian, and from Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. Write to the undersigned or nsk agents for full particulars. W. O. G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. Riue-arso- take you in information as to the rate, schedules, selling dates, etc. from your point. Chns. W. Zell, D. A., Cincinnati, O. J. S Leith, T. I A., Lexington, Ky., A. Whedon, P. A., Louisville, Ky., E. T Charlton, D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenn . S. O. Rty, T. A. P., Birmingham, Ala., Jack W. Johnson, Tkt. Agt., Birmiiik! ham, Ala., J. J. Gray, Tkt. Agt. Meri-diaMiss., I. Hardy, A. G.P. A., Vickshurg, Miss , R. A. Garratt, A. G. P. A., Now Orleans, La., W. C. Rinearson, G. P. A., Cincinnati, O. 1 Disc Harrows, Geo. W. Brown Cultivators, Corn Planters. u, Buggies, Carriages, Wagons, and Farming Implements. L. Withers, Salesman. 3. IL WBAHEU. VV. Some mathematician has calculated tho capacity of Hen vou from Revelations xxi. 10: "And He measured tho city with a reed, twelve thousand furlongs. The longth, breadth nnd height are equal." Tho cubic contents would be cubic feet. Sup of this space to be diposing vided iuto rooms 10 feet square, there would be 30,32 1,893,750,000,000 rooms. Ho then atlows 2,570,000,000 inhabitants to each of the 100 worlds for every cenCall and see me, look through my stock and you will agreee that you m tury, and calculates that each of tho sharp can save money by trading with me. Jebs So. The 100 worlds may last 1,000 centuries observation at a church longer, aud there will yet be in Heaven that "any man who saya ho can not sin 100 rooms each 10 feet equnre for and that he has reached sanctification, every soul. is a liar," was certainly a violation of the Illinois and Wisconsin, proprieties, but it can bo justified by As every ono knows, contain the most mighty good authority. John, one of the delightful summer resorts in the north- inspired writers of the Holy Scriptures, west, and they are best reached by tho tells us that "if we say that we havo no Wisconsin Central, which has been very Bin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth Par- is not in us." Louisville Times. aptly termed "the line ot lakes." Opposite the Myers House is the place to buy your The Drug-Stor- e ticular attention has been paid to this class of travel, and every comfort and Bradley, Danville, will pay the T. A. convenience of passengers looked after. highest market price for wool. Writo retraata There are good hotels at all these which open about June 1st and afford for prices. Wool sacks can be fonnd at very good accommodations at reasonable Farris & Hardin's. rates. Books, Glass, Paints, Oils. Spectacles and Sundries of all kinds, Our home School maps and withoutbetter halveaaaythex could Dot Leep is usfull particulars, Cough Remedy. It For Chambeilaln'a Liquors for Medical Purposes. guldo books, address Jas. O. Pond, Genl. ed ia more than half the homes in Leeds. Sims Bros., Leeds, Iowa. This shows the esteem In Pasar. Agt. Milwaukee, Wis. which that remed y Is held where it has been aold 943,088,000,-000,000.000,000,000,0- one-four- th There are many mou whose lives have been as bad as Col. Breckinridge's who would not be as harshly judged if placed in his present position. It is not altogether his Unison with Miss Pollard that brings him universal condemnation, but MAIN it is tho miserable hypocrisy of his life. The cloak of an absolutely correct life can save money by examining myjnew stock of goods and paywhich he has affected, his pretenses of You ing Cash for religion, public addressee to religious so cieties and young ladies' seminaries, and palming bis paramour off upon reputable people as a proper young lady, havo Tinware, &c. You are invited to call. I will endeavor to deal fair left him no sympathizers, whereas, if he with you and will appreciate your patronage. My goods are all First had merely beeu exposed in his guilty Class Staple goods and will be sold at a life with the woman under ordinary cirYOSt, cumstances ho would have had many Messenger. Oweuaboro STORE. NEW CASH STREET ONEAST Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, shoes, Hardware, SMALL PROFIT CASS. m scissors-grinder- 's class-meeti- ng J. C. FLORENCE. m DR. S. G. HOCKER, DRUGGIST. Drugs, School Supplies, DE. S. . nuisanco in issuing bis filthy sheet, aud bail was fixed at foOO. O. O. Moore, of the Blue Grass Blade, ed that there U nothing so good for coldst croup and whooping cough, that It cures these ailments has been indicted for blasphemy and for quickly and permanently, and that it is pleasant and sale for children to taVe. 15 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Dr. S. G. Hoeker, Druggist, Stan, tord (or yeara and is well known. Mothers have learn- The Best Goods For The Least Money. a KOCnSXXL, Call and see us. Th Dnifffiit. S Si . i"" "V iaflB sMsBBsalllllllllllllllllllsllllllllllllllllllllMsllllllllllllllllllllllllllPisMrMssllllllllllli i ii 'ii I' i" "II 'rm 1IJ L1 '.I "'" mi ii ., ,i i. " ."MM MKHII pm iiiiimii, .,.- - S3iA1HrrP"WB,Biraia!r!WWl kWT ' Bkn Kino, the Michigan poet and huThe Council has agreed to levy a tax morist, was found dead in bod at of 13 cents on every $100 worth of propBowling Green, presumably from erty to build a $20,000 public school heart disease, Friday night. Ho building Richmond Register. - Arnii. 10, 1894 Stanford, nnd Opio had givon an enThe looal council of women from Intertainment thero (that night and he dianapolis condemn Col. Breckinridge, appearod in tho best of spirits and ap- and express regret tirat Mrs. Cuthbert W. P. WALTON. parently in thelbest of health. The lo Bullitt has defended hia conduct. Is the most expressive word we can find in our vocabulary that will cal press gave n supper in their honor Tho banks of Mt. Sterling havo sign give you a conception of the extremely low prices that still prevail and it ia related that when Mr. King ed an agreement to loan no money to, found that thero wero just 13 at ho nor to discount any paper having tho with us. A number of our customers have asked us how we can afho jumped up, nnd with a frightened namo of any person who has plead usHORSE SHOW DAY. ford to sell goods so much lower than our competitors, whose faciliezpresaion, declined to ait down again ury. The stagnation in tho horse market, ties for buying and selling close arc to all outward appearances as till another pemou waa added to the An old brick building at Memphis, The evidenco is nil in ami the party. It was thought at the time, how- - occupied by negroes, collapsed, killing the rainy day and other drawbacks com good as ours. Tkat is where the mistake comes in; for hor having aro being mado lu tho over, that ho was in jest, but the super- four persons and injuring Ave. Two nro hined to make yesterday's display of numerous places of business in this and other States, we necessarily and jacks much below tho average case. Two speeches nro stitions, taking that and the fact that he missing, and are supposed to bo under buy in larger quantities and of course get closer prices. Hut what in point of number, though there wero to bo made to the sido, Oulderon Car- recited his parody on the beautiful poem. tho debris. some fine ones on hand. A largo crowd principally tells the talc is that we have lisle nnd JudRO Wilson for Mies Pollard, "If I should dio are further II. G. Trimble has withdrawn from and Den Butterwrorth and Little Phil confirmed in their belief. King waa com- the contest for the' republican nomina- saw them porform, tho lowir end of Thomnson for Col. Brockmridcc. The paratively a youug man, being less than tion for county judge in Pulaski, leaving Main street having been granted for the end is therefore nearly in sight, with a 35, and had never shown eigna of heart W. M. Catron, well known here, as the purpose. Eagle Bird, H. P. Wood's premium decided prospect for a Iuiur jury. From disease before. only candidate. saddlo stallion, was the subject of much start tho judgo has shown hia distho Tho three train robbers, who murfavorable comment. He ban all of tho Thk unknown young man, who com- dered Factories in the East need that cash; we need their goods; so in gust in the case, and exhibited a feeling Conductor McNally at' Oliphant, for the phuntifl, in which nearly every- mitted suicide in the Hotel Emery, Cin- Ark., November 3 last, wero hanged nt qualities that go to maio a lino saddle consequence we have bought at our own price and you shall have the body, both mon and women who have cinnati, Friday night, had a keou aeneo Newport, Ark., Friday. The sheriff did horse, togethor with n most excellent benefit of it. For we intend to sell them at about one-hal- f pedigree. of their read the evidence, joinB. "Whother there of humor as well aa a penchant for poe- an unusually fine job. J. K. Haughmnu's William L. waa original value and we intend to make this week the chance of a life After treating the matter rather tho caso or not, the try ia a jury verdict in Bob Jones, a worthless character great public has formed a verdict that jocosely, he wroto: My reasons for this who had been run otf from Hopkins shown by that splendid rider, Silas San time for to secure the most Miss Pollard has made out her plea for step which I am about to take ia best county for cruelty to his wife, returned uiiige, and mado n lino impress on. Nothing but hia color (urnvi can bo . . .. damages, and that tho defendant is a expressed in the following: . anu Kited ncr ana ner mother, una nng urged against William L. "One's fancies take ua forth whero many libertine and hypocrite, the job t... blowing hia own lifo out. blossoms wave: W. S. exhibited his saddle deserving ot neither sympathy nor a Tho women of Phomixville, Penn., Btnllion, Garnr s sun awakes our uui wnen Brignola, nnd won fjr that onerco. ims tens you how it is done: All Calicoes at bestowal of confidence. Profurther hopes aro buried in tho grave.' have petitioned the town council to horse many comp'imentary mentions. Apron checked Gingham .VjC and 5 cents; Tryons extra Heavy 7- -8 fessing himself by his actions to bo bet "Thus 'tis with life. I shall now tako change tho name of Breckinridge street Sam Cooliran haa a splendid horse in Brown tor than other men, he has beeiu shown my medicine, pull tho draperies of my in that town. The women claimed that Cotton will co neain this week at cr. Tn Whit. nnnru ,.. Denmark Chief, notwithstanding he to be a wolf in sheep's clothing, and a couch about me, and lie dowii to a sleep it wns a disgrace to havo a street of that stands him at tho low price of 15. He have the largest and name. Janus of tho meanest type. Miss Pol- of pleasant dreams." t. xi. freeman, 01 comerset, is sore- is by Hutchinson Chief; dam by Sen lard may bo,and probably is, a woman as All of the World's Fair buildings, ex- ly atllicted. Within a week he lost two ttuel. void of conscience as sho ia of virtue, Beazley Bros. A Hays, who last year and as unworthy of consideration as tho cept tho Art, the Convent laKibida, children and hia wile, who died oi mea- won the third tie in tho SoQO puree at defendant has tried to show her, yet tho Forestry nnd two Bmeller ones, sles. A young baby and eight children Danville with him, have Silver Tip in In town, consisting of India Lmcn, Nainsook Checks, Irish Lawns, degraded and depraved as that, she is which cost millions of dollars, were sold are lelt to feel a mother's loan, stys the splendid shape. Nola Rowland's bund- Indian Dimity, Pacific Jaconets, Algcriane Stripes. &c. Btill an angel in comparison to the hoary at auction Saturday for $73,500, and will Reporter. All of which ling last vt'iir did him lota of, good, nnd will A while infant two weekn old waa positively be sold for less than you can buy them elsewhere. In headed old sinner, whose crimo against bi demolished at once, aud the White ho ia now ono of the best saddlura iu the his family, against society and against City will become only a memory to bo found on n locomotive at Effingham, III. country. Dress Goods, we have them to suit the purse of the poorest and the cherished fcrevor by tho L'0,000,000 of In the basket in which the little thing tho constituency that has so often and J. S. Hughea Bhowud Pat, a 3 year-ol- d ajsthetic taste of the most fastidious. Now a wqrd or two about was" placed were two lino dressed, a flanbo gladly honored him, ia mado doubly peoplo who enjoyed its beauty and tho by Ed. Kimble. grandest collection of industrial, mechan nel skirt, a bottlo of milk nnd a bottle of heinous by tho ailectation of piety with Jesao Cook's Dillard Denmark, by which he surrounded himself, nnd that ical exuioiia and curiosities ever con pnrngoric. Double Denmark, waa greatly admired. An attempt waa made to blow up air of respectability which he gavo his coived nnd carried into successful oxe no is b good eaddler and a very with dynamite, an old negu) named linaon by introducing his coucubiuo into cution. fauoy borne. Dillard Denmark ia the For men and boys. Men's Shirts, we have them in K mbroidercd Dnvo Moore at Lawrenceburg. Ho wns decent society. Both deserve to bu banThe democrats are gradually coming to testify on the following day against a grandson of the great sire, Montrose. fronts, shield, plain and fancy P. P. and puff bosoms. Negliges in ished to oblivion. to tho opinion that Speaker Heed's rule A. M. Pence's Pence waa one of tho lot of illicit whisky sellers, and it ia Neckwear in profusion. Hosiery all shades and qualipopular homes of the day. Mr. Pence any pattern. for counting a quorum waa not so bad thought that soma of them planned the That fiery, untamed seeker for notor- after all. Representative Springer pro- scheme to exterminate him. Mooro was did the right thing by bringing him ty. A shirt, knee pants and straw hat, a summer outfit for that bareiety, the editor of the Blue Grass Blade, back to hia old home to make the proa-o- ut footed, rascally boy of your all for poses a rule that practically endorses is to be prosecuted for blasphemy and 50c. Our stock of Spring Cloth-in- g not badly hurt. season. him. It provides that the names of is still increasing and we arc the leaders in assortment, Rev. E. S. Southgate, of tho Methodist At Bourbon, Ind., Joo Kinsley and quality Jim Blaino, n grandson of Garrard church Loxington, will procure the in those present and not voting shall bo Ashley Fields mado a bet of $2,000 aa to Chief, was shown by hia owner, A. B. and price. Don't fail to get the benefit of this week's bargains entered on tho journal aa voting in tho who could fast the longest. Fields gavo Ooppage, dictment. The charge ia oaseu on a of Marion. on tho birth of negative, and if these, with those voting, up at the cud of tho sixth day, but Kine- most disgusting article M. S. Baughman'a George Dictator. nro a majority of all the members, a quo ley eras then Btill fresh and said he could Christ, which ia too filthy and blasphewaa looking fine, aa waa hia saddler, Lo mous to bear repetition. Blasphemy ia a rum shall be deomed as constituted. have gone several dnya longer without Grand. The former is by the great common law offense and can bo punishThe democratic Warterloo in Rhode great Btifiering. Fields loot in weight 23 aire Dictator 113, and the lattor by o ed by any fine or imprisonment in tho Island is even worse than at first re- pounds and Kingaley 30. Lo Grand. A handsomer pair of pasa the seigor both, bo "Char- ported. The republicans elect tho gov discretion of the jury Mr. McCreary voted to A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor homes or a better bred pair would bo ley" has a pretty good chance to look ernor by over 8,000 plurality and all of niorage bill over the president'a veto T. D. RAN FY, Manager. through the bara again. He, however, the members of tho legislature but five. Thla in Waahington ia supposed to mean hard to find. Logic 017, by Stonewall Jackson, and defiss the reyerned gentleman and saya JLhe republicans aro certainly getting that ho intends to enter tho race na n can an extra fine was exhibited ho ''would love to see him try it on." didate for speaker. The silver men will by their innings this year. A. E. Hundley. Ho ia a beautiful not namo tho next speaker, but Mr. Horrol aud a splendid mover. Judge Jenkins, who decided in the It is a mighty small loaf, but better McCreary seems to think they will name Sidney Dunbar had hia fine stallion, Northern Pacific wage cases that its em than no bread. The democrats actually tho next senator from Kentucky. Louis- Morgan Denmark, in splendid trim and ployea have no right to strike, hua been carried something the other dav. It ville Post. With him won additional laurels for hia Explosions caused by flro in a fire completely reversed by Judge Caldwell, was tho little town of Davenport, la., great sire, On Time. A splendid youug of the United Statea Court at Omaha, in whero the entire ticket was elected. Wo works factory at Petersburg, Vh., killed horse with a good pedigree on both Bidea the Union Pacific cases, who holds that aro thankful for amall fayora in these de- 14 men, injured eight others, demolished is Morgan Denmark. "organized labor ia organized capital; it generate daya. the factory and utarted a fire that deIa Eccoivinff Hia A H. Smith'H Quinine S., 2:2SJ. full stroyed several other buildings. Among is capital consisting of brains and The New York World makea tho good the dead are Beveral prominent citizens, brother to Geneva S., 2:10J, and Mat- muscle," and that an agreement to point: Mr. Breckinridge'a defense is iw, was a very popu including John Bland, a tobacco manu- tie u., ::iit, i" which it ia a party-i- s binding. Thua do lar horse. He U a fine individual and a weak in ono particular. Miss Pollard defacturer, and Chief Farley, of tho fire tho doctors of tho law disagree, and frequently Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. speedy fellow. offered to marry him and re- partment. leavo ua still enquiring "where aro w pair Took Hubble would not havo been the great wrong sho had iufficted. The master commissioner, of tho at?" hua filed hia suit a itistied had ho not had several jacks Franklin Circuit Court, m. yattbr80N ia uuing an engage- of the Commonwealth agunst the sure- - around him. He showed Joe Black' Tue democrats have nominated Paul Sorg, of Middletown, for Congress in the ment of 23 nighta on tho Pacific coast ties of Tate. The report ia burn, tho old Levi Hubble jack that 3rd Ohio district and the race is now and filling his inside pockets with filthy considered a victory for tho State, thouifh brought jl,6C0 tinder tho hammer, and a THE DAYTON made up with Maj. iv H. luthboue bb lucre. Hia "Compromises of Life" draws the recoypry of any part of the aum mm of his, Joe Blackburn, Jr. They are the republican standard bearer. Tho like a sticking planter. claimed by the State dependa on the de- indeed a lino pair, and Mr. Hubble had CROSS-CUelection is to fill the vacancy caused by cision of aevernl points of law rained by a right to feel proud of them. NEVSY NOTES. Gamoor, by Gambetta Wilkes, owned the death of Mr. Houk, democrat, who the roport. The State Bued for :1G2,COO, A whale was caught near but the utmost it can recover under tho by Cook, Carr .Si Co., iu not aa good an was elected by about 4,000 majority. AndMuch interest is manifested in the result Amazmsct, L. I. findings of the commissioner is $7I,!K'G. individual na some of them, but few horses have better breeding or more Three men were killed by the burst 59. and feara aro entertained that since every The war in the Uniontown, Pa., coal apued. thing in Ohio goes the republicans will of a boiler at Spencer, Ind. , Dick Evaua showed Lightheart, a good Last week saw the inauguration of region, ia ended after several men wtra ovcrcomo even that large majority. 31 strikes involvine 40.000 workinomnn. killed. The strike ia over and ignoniN looking, big stallion. Ucst Farm Implements Made. Tho I'nderwood Brothera had a good The Somerset Paragon of last week Hop Lee, a Chicago laundrvman. baa nio9 def"Qt tnark9 ita collapse. Within contains an interesting write up of that gone into business ot Somerset. tho nft8t few davB lho riotors from bo,h atring, consisting of their splendid sadthriving little city in the bills, together Collector C. U. Hodes took in for the . 8ectJon8 of tLe coko fio,tlfl havo lald tlown dler, Chancy Denmark, and two jacks, with cuts of prominent buildings aud government duriug March 3S3,273.81. j their nrm3 an(l Kono peacefully to their Tom CurtisJ and Bourbon Chief. They leading merchants and business men. A mob hung a negro at Greensboro ll0mes- - T" movement waa a miserable had a big season last year and will no No town in this section baa grown faster Ga., for raping a respectable white wo-- . failure nnd not a point waa gained by the doubt do likewise this year. 8. T. Harris' Onward Messenger ia au in the last decade than Somerset and it mm. men. They are in a worao condition Helena, Mont., ia 4,200 feet abovo now than before, na tho companies are unusually fine individual, and ia truly a is a strong and healthy growth, dependhorao with a podigreo. Mr. Hania will starting their works with ent on no boom, though an effort waa tho aea and haa an average of 200 daya every year. workmen to tho exclusion of the probably put him in training after the made to boom it during tho lamentable Three men were killed and 14 others foreign element. season ia over. boom times. badly injured by a prematuro blast of The splendid Hacknoy Imp. Coun- Hope For Caws. In their efforts to secure Buffrage the powder at Brinton, Penn. aught, owned by the Lincoln County women are making progress, with a dog jjunng me repuoiican primary in I havo a thoroughbred Holsteiu cow. Horao Co., will make the season at A. fall as to Massachusetts and Iowa. The Clay, Friday, Charlea Robinson shot and On Ang. 6 I sowed ono pound of rapo F. Moberly's. The Hackney ia a rather tood on a piooo 100 by 18 foot, and in former rojected the bill to confer munic- fatally wounded Lee Robinson. bntCoun-augh- t wooks it waa flvo foot high and very new breed in this Bection, ipal suffrage on women, while tho latter Charlea R. Ferjjuson, aged 07, for flvo ia such a lino specimen, ho will no thick. I pickotod my cow baa passed one giving them the right to yeara clerk of Woodford Circuit Court, could get at two feet on ono bo that sho doubt make a big aeaaon. corner. Sho voto for town, city and school officers, waa kicked to death by a horse. n Tho following lookod at it, thou tasted it, bat did not stallions Every thing you cm think of in tile Fine Chinawarc rf line. Call and and on all questions f issuing bonds. Mra. Jamea Sledd, a partial paraeat ranch, aa good grass and clover wero were conspicuoua for their absence: examine ami get prices. Women, with cbildron, have had tho right lytic, waa burned to death in Shelby by cm tho border. I put her in tho samo Madison Sindidgo it Son's Gilt Edge, to voto in Kentucky for several years. hor clothing catching flro from tho grato. placo tho noxt two days. Tho third day J. Steelo Carpenter'H Wallace Denmark Tho Odd Fellowa' Temple, which it lookod as though it hud been sheared, and Lexel, J. K. Bauehman'a Naboth Mn. A. J. Casey, editor of tho Owens-bor- o haa just been completed in Cincinnati at it waa oaten so close. After that sho and Capt. B. F. Powell's English Hun Inquirer, satisfied that man should a cost of 5300,000, will bo dedicated May would cat rnpo Ixiforo sho would grass. ter, huttheywui enow up in this paper. Stanford, Ky. Tho flow of milk increased about not live alono and that Paul waa only' 15. with no bad flavor. It was eathalf right when he eaid that "they that In an old Indian burying ground in en all over threo times beforo tho cold marry do well, but they that marry not St. Simon, Ga., the remains of a warrior weather prevented it from growing do better," became a benedict on the 4th, over eight feet long were excavated re- again. Cor. Rural Now Yorker. when he lead to the altar the beautiful cently. Misa Lida Walker, of Hartford. May The. citizona of Burgin want to voto Out Verxu Uncut liny. Morgan Denmark It a bay stallion. ivi hand niL'ti. Jioisipleudidlrbrtdai a long life and an unending honeymoon ) o' on local option and have presented a poTho valuo of cnt aud uncut hay as a pedijrtce will alww. lie will make clanrr At hi. the icaion of tion to Judge Hughea asking him to call ration for horsea was recently mado tho lo theirs. i my siauie on me uanville & Lancaster subject of an experiment nt Brisbane, pike, i6 miles North of Hubble, an election. In fulfillment of hia agreement with Rov. Clement W. Lewis, a negro Queensland, and tho conclusions reached At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. the republicans who voted with him to preacher, was sentenced at Chattanooga aro of gonernl interest to farracra everyto prevent the confirmation of Hornblower to 28 years' imprisonment for wholesale where. Tho experiments wero conducted Care taken any prevent accidents but not responsible should occur. on a largo scale, 0,000 horses being Morgan Denmark was foatul in 1ES9. He is by and others, Senator Hill ia voting with pension frauds. : : to tho tests. Tho results showed On Time, son ot Stonewall J ackson. ist dam, Lathem to delay the consideration of the br Stonewall Jackson, A petition for a caucus of democratthat thoso horses fed cnt hay nnd ground dy Morgan,jrd dam by Matchless, and dam br Vuifinius, th dam by tariff bill. No wonder the Campbella-vill- e ic members of the Houso to consider the oate mado a gain of S per cent xnoro Trausbyt Morean Times haa torn his name and tax on State bank iesues shows 129 dem- than thoso fod nncnt rations, or a ear- stallloons Denmark is one o' the brat breil uiM.b Has from its masthead and no longer ocrats in favor of unconditional repeal ing of nearly f 300 per day for tho wholo and good, in Kentucky. neck. good mane and tail long, rangy Don't fait to see table of 6,000 animals. advocates him for president. of the law. Hubble Ky. ' Semi-Weekly Interior Journal K., Il-a- 6 OB 8 PAGES. Hrjju-inon- is ao I'ollard-Brpckfnrid- ta-bi- otnl-iioii- H t," Til our-patron- fSJOKSTEr s I ..:.... Wonderful Bargains Nicest Assortment Furnishing Goods f r-v- cr ,4c; LOUISVILLE : STORE, Mam-brin- , ("S& 1 SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. v-r- y COME T JLJSTJD SEE. DISC HARROW, -- 50-fo- ot The Brown Cultivator-J. K. VANARSDALE, queens ware, chamber Sets, I I Bun-shin- y English-speakin- g GLASSWARE, DINNER SETS, &c. well-know- FARRIS & HARDIN, ono-quart- morgan DenmarL liemtfaporStotfes eob-joct- We Have Got : Them. pic-tar- e W. H. WEAREN & CO. Mta. tj". )K ',;' -- ' -- .mv-v- : ,' .4 .tMt Jl tiffjfMffiKivyi!iaiPMBMs8il , 5fBP? r BrF& sTsS-''T?- ; ,V,,?!,v-j5JVg!- i y l'TJ,'4 'wr'"-- ; 7 y -- &' fr -l- 'rt'-"r"V.''.rVT'T;' r'"' ? "'" " "ft Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Amir, 10, 1891 Banks, the Jeweler, ia tho "the article." Take your repairs to Danks, the Jo A. Three rooms building-O- ld for rent in Odd Follows' Apply Intendino purchasers can find no Commercial. 0. Sine. Genuine John , to larger variety of gooJs or lower prices than at Danks', tho jeweler. HUGHES & TATE, 2 Stanford, Kt., E. C. Walton, Business Manager MEAH8 BUSINESS, Sxk our gents' tiea at 'J5 cents, erance it Son. Sev- S'i-18- only ono to Jones & Pon. B. .Stetson f 5 00 u customor. Ik you havn't paid your 1693 account hat nt B. F. at McKinnoy Bros.', please do bo atoncp. Flowkr crooks, all bizjs and cheap nt McKinney & Hocker'w Buy your school hooka nml school bu all kinds nt A. It. Funny's. Watches, clockn nnd Jewelry repaired and warranted. Enravnm n specialty, nt A. It. Peuny'fl. Tm: largest otock of DrncH. Medicines, Perfumery, Paints and Wall Paper at A. It. Penny's. Prescriptions a specialty. plicB ol PERSOHAL Silver Jawulry Is the tiling to wear. We have tho latest Htyles. Danks, thu Jeweler. Don't read this unless you want ono of tho many bargains. Danks, the Jeweler, is olleriug. Tiieiik are 30 odd liicyclen In use here nnd tho two dealers at this place are still disposing of them. Wk aro leaders in footwear; can save you from 125 to r.'5j per cent, from regular prices. B. F. Jones fc Son. It ZtMMKit. in his regular advertise ment this mornirg, corrects tho report that ho was going to leave Stanford. POINTS." i. P1 r Fihe. Mr. Chris G. Lyons' fine Imrn in the West Bud, wan destroyed by fire Saturday, together with a lot of feed, county clerks to issue license when thoy iu due nnd ancient form. farming Implements nml two ilno horses. aro so ordered. His dwelling caught from the sparks but The city council at its last meeting The nomination of the negro Taylor was Baved by hard work. It is not very properly extended tho time for tho known how the tire originated. payment of taxes without tho penalty for recorder of deeds in the District of till June 1 An ellort was made to get Columbia bus been rejected by tho Senreins-ma- n n Al Hutch i.Mifl, the Mayor S. G. Hocker to remit tho tlno of ate Committee. of Danville, had his loft leg bully Georgia is second in rice nnd Bweet 2 assOBsed ngainst Dr. VanArsdalo for hurt white driving at that place the other refusing to sit down when ordered to do potatoes, third in cotton, fourth in sugar, day. One of tho lines broke and tho but witiiout avail, bo n resolution dis- seventh in horses nnd mules and 10th in horse he was driving started to run. Mr. bo, approving of tho fine and the mayor's ac- hogs. Hutchings jumped from the sulky nnd Reports from the fruit growing section was introduced by Councilman J. S. received the injury nbovo stated. tion of Now York say that in tho main Hughes and passed by a vote of 3 to 1. . trees and vines wintered well, nnd that The lecture of Col. Copeland on tho J. S. McWii.liams, who used to bo a for the most part tho recent cold weath'21th ought to draw a crowded house, ns nt O. K. this county, was Bont er damaged only the peach crop. ho is said to be one of the finest speakers merchant penitentiary for ono year by tho to the Master Commissioner R. 0. Warren Up to tills on tho lecture platform. Pulaski court, we learn from tho Reporter. sold the Ben Blackerby land on Dix time the association is about 615 each Ho was found guilty of maliciously shoot"in the hole" nnd it will take a hundred ing a child of W. II. Goocb. Ho went river yesterday. Mrs. Fannio Ball got the traction over 13 acrea at 555, and S. dollar house to let them out oven. to his house at night and fired into it, M. Spoouamoro 140 acres at $52.25, Mc Williams with but the All. Killed. Squiro J. S. Murphy, striking startchild.has been going from bad aud Dr. Traylor hollooad "Hurrati for on, to Hubble!" Tho commissioner Bold after n careful investigation, 6ays that little to worse for some time. Tho first rascalother emaller farms, but thoy were the fruit, all the oats that were up and we knew him guilty of nil bought by tho plnintifis to savo their half tho clover were killed by tho lato ly business that was to get money here on his check on n debts. freeze, lie, Mates that nt tho lowest where ho had no money. the county has lost $10,000. The Somerset bank, Buy a Cooley Creamer at Farris & Ho however, refunded tho amount on be acrenge prepared fur corn is larger than Hardin's. ing threatened with prosecution. over before. . Jl. .McKinney. Katie Dean. This pretty little opera The fourth and last Magisterial pre.N'KW ADVEUTISKJI ENW. Mna. Nannie Otvknb and Mrs. M. F. cinct, Waynesburg, will vote on prohibi- was given iu a very pleasing manner at Bradley returnetl from Calern, Ala., Fri- tion June 0th. Messrs. J. M. Cook, W. Walton's Opera House, Saturday night day, where thoy hnvo been enjoy in L. McCarty and B. B. Caldwell, Jr., pre- by tho pupils of Christian Oollege, by some outside talont epring time nil winter. sented a petition signed by over 40 per Came to my houso aboutlhe Mu. J. D. Hoi.ubk.man istho I. J'biubh-tc- cent of tho voters of tho precinct yester- It was ono of the Binoothest amateur en- liUclc iow, weighing about too 1st of January a pound, and lour by proving property, mechanic now. Ho put its recalc- day and Judgs Varnon orJored the elec- tertainments wo over enjoyed, there be- piK. Owner can set her expense ktwplnff. paying (or this notice ami ol SAM TKOWIIKIIX'k ing no bitch or mistake, except that tho itrant cni;inu in good humor, iu short or- tion accordingly. n Kubankc, Ky. der nnd good stylo tho othei day. red lights did not last long enough and The owners oi tho property, Messrs. the effect of a beautiful tableau was marMiia. Lizzie Dilliok and pretty daugh: ter, Mies Nellie, of Ijuicaster, who were Farria A Hardin, havo taken charge of red by nn inexperienced handling of tho guests of Mrs. Mattiu Nevius, paid tliiH tho hotel vacated by Mr. Joe Coffey und electric lights, to which Prof. M. G STANDARD. will run it themselves. Both families Thomson referred in n humorous way in otlico n pleasant call Saturday. Mrs. havo moved to it ami they intend to keep his speech of thanks before the curtain sired by Petojkey 333, lire ot Jewel a 15, King accompanied them. Totka a it. Dora Martin a 19, Tip Top a ig, Miiry Mas. Gus. Hoann, nnd Misses Jean a hotel which will bo a credit to the arose on tho last act. Miss Brma Morse, 'iouaigand six others in a 30 list, alo sire of two on nnd Maggie Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, town. It will hereafter bo known by its who took tho titlo role, is ontitled to the standard and two daughters that havo produced speed. highest praiso. She has n eweet voice of Kirst dam Klia Jane, dam ol Maud Messenger joined Miss Kvolyn Buchanan at Mrs. former name "St. Asaph." a and Mem 137) by Gentlo llrecre M56, sire Judgo Burch's Friday nnd nil went to remarkablo volumo, and her singing nn ol i5, I a 30. Teat The Boyenth annual Second dam Kitty Riven (d am of Ber'ic Glr splendid, not even consider- a 37) by Abdalhh a is.sire of Danvlllo shopping Saturday. oratorical contest held nt Lexington, whb acting were Almont, Belmont.Ac Third dam by Red Jacket (sire ol the dam o ing hor youth and "firet appearance on A fairly good picturo of Miss Annio won by Enoch Grohan, representing tho Red Wilkes) by Comet, son ot Sherman Morgan Dishman, of Barbourvillo, appeared in Kentucky University, subject ''By Their any stage." Miss Emma Prultt rendered Ureeie Wilkes will m.ike tho season of 1891 a Saturday's Louisville Times. Miss her character admirably and sung yery my place, a miles from Stanloid on tho Rush llranch pike, Fruits Ye Shall Know Them," with W. it will be remembered, attended M. Jackson, of Central University, a sweetly a veree or two from "Home Katlo Mooro's At $10 to Insure a Li zing Colt. Miss college hero Boveral years ago, and won close second. Of tho contests held so far Sweet Homo." "Biddy McCune" was well given and sho then a fascinating young lady. Lien retained on colt until season money is paid. Contro College, Danville, has won four, mare forfeits Col. "W. 0. Bradley telegraphed Hon. Kentucky University, two, nnd George- sang and actod hor part very skillfully. Any breeder parting with ClIAKLKi insurance. DUNN. li W. II. Miller Sunday to como to Somer- town College, ono. This is tho first time J. B. Cook was a typical coachman; J. set and help him Belect a jury from tho for several years that tho State College W. North ns an Interior Journal reLincoln county men summoned for porter distinguished himself, while 0. L. has put up a man. in tho Cope aud Doolin murPruitt made a Quo policeman. Mr. W. A young lady, who recently nttendod A. Dinwiddio, aa tho "Butler" divided der case, nnd ho loft on tho noon train. Combined, Bay Stallion, 16 hands high a hop nt thu Lakelnnd Lunntic Asylum, tho honors of the evouing with the star !!y Abdullah Messenger. Kirst dam tho Win. t,uV she by CITY AND VICINITY. Bays that she was dancing with n young aud proved himself an actor and a vocalist Davy Crockett, son of Denny'ssaddle mare, by Imp. Drennon, shoes nt S. II. inmate of tho institution nnd tho night of much ability. Among those who took Dtennou.is bAbdallah Messenger, sire of English Fresh lino of Zeigicr Messenger Chief, sire of Maud Huntor, being warm nnd tho room closo they both part in tho chorus nnd added to tho gena 16!. Shanks. will stuiiil English Hunter the season o t tSa performance were Mr. got considerably "ovorhet" and porspired eral effect of tho at my stable 3 miles from bhelby City, on thi cents, Sov- New crepe molro at freely. Inordor to bo agreeable alio re aud Mrs. J. B. Klffe, Mleses Alice Pryo, Knob Lick aud Turnersville pike, & Son. ernnco marked that it was exceedingly warm. Mary Adnms, Minnie Bubanks, Etha At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. chill" answered VanAradell nnd Ethyl Wright. After nntftMrs. Steolo Bailey nnd see hor "I am about to hnvo Money doe when colt Is foaled or mare parted tho- lunatic as ho shuJdered with an tho first act Mrs. J. B. Itlffe, who Is poslovely flowers. with. I will alio stand tho excellent young jact, great personSeeing sbo had made a mistako sessed of a Bweet voice nnd ' Mes. Bender will deliver n free lecturo ,"ough." and having been told that she must agree al boauty, and Mr. Tilden Cook sang to ladies only nt Lancaster, Wednesday with everything tho unfortunates said, "Calm as tho Night" in bo pleasing n Four years old, id hands 3 inches high, black nfternoon. aho responded quickly: "It is really manner as to be forced to respond to an with white points, heav bono, good style and ex; t . tra length. Sired by Gov. Keeue. Gov. St. John's while sho sent up n encore. Mr. Tildon Cook sang tho "An- - isi dam I'ouy wooas, uy luuey s warrior; ner Some hungry thief Btolo an old ham chilly loudly npplaud dam an Imp. jennet. potition for tho Lord to forgive her ewer" afterwards aud was out of Dr. J. K. VnnArsdalo'a pantry tho The above nely bred young jack, whoso blood for euch n fib. This rominds us to say od. Tho ontiro entertalnmont was great linn traces twice to the great warrisr lamil IV und evening. other Hawk, the greatest of the enjoyed, ita excellence being duo in a ti the noted Illack an intuslonof fresh imported that there is a young lady in town who Warrior family with Mrs. Dudderar'a for would suit exactly for euch a dilemma. largo measuro to Miss Margaret A. t, blood close up, has proved a great breeder, both An early call nt to mares and to jennets, will stand will ayoiiVtho usb. Como Sho is tho most agreeable person wo havo g tho accomplished inusio teacher at at once. Miss Cunningham. over Been, having been known to to ngreo Christian Collego, who drilled the per- At $8 to Insure a Living Colt, j to five almost opposite remarks about formers and played the accompanamenta To approved mares, and $15 foi jennets, without . Three aood draft horses, weather in a short conversation. bo excellently, and she has reason to feel distinction s to sex of progeny. U. F. POWELL. ia and "Kolghing about 1,400 pounds, for the Somebody is missing a mighty good wife very proud of her work. i ,mU or "trade. Hlgslna & watte. well-know- Will Caiiiion, the electrician, is heru on a visit to friends. LiTTi.'K I.izzik Poutman hns been very ill with pneumonia. Mil Will Suvukaxck 1ms gone to the cities f Jr spring poods. Miss. Oha Montciomkhy, of Urodhead, it visiting Mm. Charles Dunn. Mipb IjIzzib Simpson, of Lower Garrard, is tho Kiientof Mrs. A. I). Rout. Mrs. Kmily Jonks haa returned from n viilt to her children at Pineville. Mu. 0. W. Kvanh, a valued friend of tho I, J., was iu to nee us yesterday. I)h. W. II. Cook, of Somerset, him been visiting his brother, Dr.' L. B. Cook. Mu. I, N. IIowlin Rnd wife of Knox, am visltiui! tho family of Mr. Monroe Curtis. J. 8. Owblkv. J ii.. and Sam Jou ltnrch nttended thu oratorical contest at Lex ington. Mil's Nan Bauoiiua.v has ruturncd from a plcnsant visit to friends at Win cheater. P. 0. Waunbk and W. I Honry, of Garrard, are uuesta of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Perrin. Mks. Tiiumah Mktcalp, Morrison and Frances nni visitimt at Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Foster'a. MttH. U. I) McCollum and children, of Junction City, tiro visitlni: friends at Grab Orchard. Hun;.'sii)K and JtMe Mi?s llfcuMK Sweeney, of Lancaster, vislttHl friends hero Saturday. WiLMK Oakhmx, of Lebanon, spent Sunday with relatives and friends here and at Huston villi. Mil. Luzib Hamilton, who has been visitiiiK' Mrs. W. K. Arnold, returned to IOitlsvlllo ywiterday. S. Mtts Dkl If ua iibs and Mr. I Hughes, of (iarrurd, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Dickinson. Mim Anxik Mkxkfce returned yestor-da- y from n short visit to Miss Jennie West, of Gilbert's Creek. Mu. J. K. Ma it kb, of tiiii Lancaster K' cord, braved tho storm of yesterday to attend county court here. Miss Salmk Ghjckn, who has been on n visit to Danvlllo for several mo nths, returned to her home near Crab Orchard, Friday. Dn. Joh.v M. Williams left a few days sin co to take a position as surgeon on tho Iron Mountain Hallroad. ML Vernon Signal. Mu, J. W. Noutii is our Iliutonville reporter now and wo hope tho West will give him all the news they get hold of. Mas. JturiY Smith, of Jellico, by Mrs. J. II. Barker, arrived yesterday nnd aro the Ruest of Mrs.lt. Kn-dere ..i .. "Waxky," leader of tho Waxey's band of colored musicians, of Loxingtou, is dead. He was hero several times with his baud. woll-kiio- Mr. J. L. ltosK, Into of Junction City, is opening up a fall lino of druuH, drug-gi- et sundries, c, at Shelby City, where hie friends predict ho will do well. The daily papers say that thero are n lot of 20 counterfeit notes in circulation, but as bills of that denomination ar.. po scarce iu this eectiou our people aro not losing any sleep over tho matter. m m ... The negro, Jim Kvans, who stolo B. P. Woods' family inaru and sold her for SC.fiO, waived an examination nnd whs held to circuit court iu $600 bond. He is good for at leant a year for every dollar he so'd the old marofor. uourt-iious- Quick Timk.W. II. Wraren and Jim Burton left here at LOS Friday nnd roilo wheels to Lancaster in 13 minutes from to court-houThey remained over there an hour or two and ware back here by 3;t0, making the return trip in 37 minutes. d se Wo inuet havo our business settled up. . The Bay L. Hoyco Entertainers, n John B. Smith aska ua to correct the musical nnd humorous troupe of much report that ho kept several parties from meiit, will hold the boards hero on the voting nt tho recent election at Turners night of May 2. villo. Ho Bays there is no earthly grounds forHuoh a rport. Gkoikik Tucker's wife presented him with it fine boy Saturday night. This is An application for an election on the the first boy that has been born on whisky question In Itowlnnd will be Hawkins' branch in four years. heard before Judge Varnon this morning, it being claimed settled tho gives incorporated that tho new law The postmnflter-gonortowns tho rigtit to o question by Nicholisvillo hold such olection regardiees of the disnaming J. 11. Smither, who was promptly trict. confirmed by thu Senato yesterday. Tiik election for directors of tho Crab Oit.nino. Wo will have n display of Orchard aud Dauvillo turnpiko Saturday millinery goods next Friday nnd Saturresulted in Mr. F. T. Logan being elected day, l.'lth and Mth, to which tho ladies in placo of Hon. G. A. Lackey. Tho aro invited. Mrs. Kato Dudderar. other directors are J. S. Bosloy, J. "W. Fifty citizens of tho Went Bud were Guest, J. H Me A lister, John Bright and summoned to go to Somerset yesterday J. S. Owsloy. State Inspector W. II. to serve as jurors in tho cjsu of Doolin Gardner s hero nnd voted the State's and Cope for killing Deputy Sheriff stock. 9 . Watson, a couple of yoars ago. Tur.RE will bo a swell wedding in tho . night. Mrs. The weather has been chilly nnd rainy colored circles for Heveral (lays. Yesterday was a very Anno Givcna, widow of tho late Hew nasty day for tho court visitors, but thoy Harrison Givens, will bo joinpd in wedwuro hero in great numbers. "Fair, lock's holy bond to Itev. Pattison, a colder Tuesday," is tho prediction for to- Baptist preacher of Louisville. Tho will tnko placo nt the Bnptist day. church, which is being decorated for tho We have just received another lot of occasion. sample shoes nd slippers, button and The County Court yesterday granted tan nnd colored, worth 13 lace, and $4; ill be sold at $ LOS. Sizes 2 to merchant 'license to soil liquors to B. F. Trowbridge it Adnms, distillow, on Fishft, A. B 0. D. B. vt B. B. lRsts. ing Creek. Tho applications of W. S. , Son. Jones Dryo and .Russell & Rillo for liquor W k aro loaders in hats. Over 800 samlicenses nt Hustonvillo occupied the ple hats just received. Wo havo all the of Judge Varnon nil the afterlatest stylo nnd shapes in botli soft an noon The protestnnts claim that there lesq than manufacstiff nnd will sell nt aro 103 voters in tho town nnd show turer's prices. This is your chance for a 54 names on their paper. The applicants bargain. B. F. Jouos A Son. say there are ICG voters, nnd that four of Tim birthdays of Henry Clay, Hon. J. tho 51 names should come off tho list. B. Paxton, the writer nnd pome other No decision was readied, and iho case great men were on Ap'il 12. Mr. Clay was continued till Wednesday, when doesn't take much interest in bucIi mnt-te- rs Judge Slielton's application nt Rowland now, tho writer thinks tho less said will also bo heard. Under tho charters, about thu matter tho better, but Mr. Col. Welon daiius, that the city councils Paxton is married nnd don't cue. Ho havo oxclueivo control of tho license will, therefore, celebrate his anniversary question, and it is mandatory on tho al poel-olllem cer-omoW-te- THIS WEEK. Dress Goods, Trimmings, White Goods, Laces and Embroideries, to please the thousands in search of Spring Goods. 0"Shoe stock in finer shape than ever known and at lower prices. The Si, St. 25 and $2 Gents' Shoe ever offered. As good a Dongola Shoe for ladies as ever offered at Si. 50; ladies' square toed button lace and cloth top French Kid hhocs at prices from $2 to $3 50. We still hold the market down on Ginghams. Our Zephyr Ginghams were 25c, now 15c and running down to 5c. Gentlemen aud Boys: Don't buy your Spring Suits until you see us. We are in the lead. Men's Suits S3. 50 to Si 5- - Extra pants in all si7.es and prices. We are in condition to please the millions in style, quality and price. Don't fail-tsee us. HUGHES & TATE. -- 1 THE- Jldb Come. When merchants have to sell on small margins and when Ihey ad; vertise goods at a certain price to have them and sell them at the advertise. That misleading advertisements are damaging to trade and when we advertise goods at a cut price we sell all of them that way if it is a loosing business. WE REALIZE OUR BUYER This is Our Space ;w Is in the market adding to our stock and we will have many things for you. ... And during the season we will give you some mighty low prices on Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets and Shoes. Il,(G(UI(X TCJT FOBS THEM. 0-- SEVERANCE & SON. sov-or- nl on aroom-p.inie- WALL A full : PAPER Alabastine, Var- ... a Well Selected, adds 25 per cent, to the beauty and finish of a home. My stock is sure to please you in Hus-tonvill- o, 35ST21A"2 DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE. stock of Guaranteed Mastic Mixed Paints, nishes, &c. r -- Breeze Wilkes, Before Spring Cleaning. No-viu- s A. B. PE2nT"2", Druggist. WE WANT YOUR TRADE And we propose to get it by showing you the largest and finest stock of inter-collegia- to Dish-ma- n, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry In Stanford. Our 8s Silverware FMIOJES AMJE ILOWIEBT And we guarantee every article we sell. m m English -:- Hunter. DANKS, : The : Jeweler. 4 Mes-lend- er 1 l- . -'l CARPETS! I have added to my business a line of - Governor St. Johja, 11 i iv t," lit-tl- o CARPET - SAMPLES, From which I can sell you Carpets cut in any length and to match without wasje. If necessary, can order it, have it made and get it here in two days. ' 1 uun-net- dress-makin- i' J ld H. J. McROBERTS. - Iftotj&gjufoi- 'JMi&Mj&-x- 4 - 2rSl- A4sJUfe-- ,V V Hen.N.- - 144: !.t.';ii.fc''. t" 'THp-V".;,i,i--t v" .lUpj w""'T'w '".T Tw p '?';"" i'" '".'" TT- - )HyWHi ' eekly Interior Journal Publlflhod Every Tuesday and Friday IT ANNOYED HER To Think There V'im No Olio Tliero Know Anything About Hooka. THE DRAFT HORSE. It Still Tnj-- s to Ki-n- r Ulni If Class. lie la First $U M-When PKB YKUUV ADVANOJB not 10 paid AT S3.6Q will be charged. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning 51L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. . -- Mail train going North. . South. .. Express train " Soath ' North local Freight North.... .. South.... The Utter trains alio carry passengers. Th abort ii calculated on standard time. Solar ima is about to minutes faster. QUEEN & CRESCENT Blue-Grass H3P ... it Ji pm 3jata -- 9368m ,...io7p m ..t 37 pra ROUTE. Going North trains pss Junction City as folVestibule starts 6 u. in. Ves lows: m frionua tibule Limited 3 p. in. Local Limited t:t am i n. Vttlhule ia:e n. m. Florida hN' s Limited 11 p in Local t.ai p. .m. Vestibule arrives 8.40 p. m. t5jp. Hlue-Gra- Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co., Miners and shippers of the GENUINE Original Jellico Coal. Rowland. road crossing. 6 Try it. We are tho sole agents tor Stanford land Office coraor ol Depot street and rail- HIGGINS A WATTS. A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. Office over McRoberts Drug Owsley Building. Store In the new Stanford. THE F. RILEY B. HOUSE London, RIIiEY.IProprletor, - - - Kentucky. liuvc moved to ray new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Good Livery attached and every convenience desired. Give me a call. FRANK RIL.KY. 77 largo this tho library?" asked ami imposing looking woman as Bho tlrow majestically up to tho desk and surveyed the man hehind it critically through n pair of gold mounted lorgnettes. "Yes, madam." "Is this whero peoplo tako out book3 to read?" "It is." "I want to tako out n book." 8ho said deliberately and with n strong emphasis on tho iwrsonal pronoun. Tho librarian informed her that tho payment of $.1 would admit hor to that privilogo, whereupon sho took out well filled purso and produced from it tho money. "And now what book do you want?" asked tho librarian after ho had given her n member s ticket. "Oh, I don't know. I read somo books Inst winter that I liked pretty woll they wero by an author," eho added as au afterthought. "Do you remember tho nnuior "No, I can't remember tho name, except that it wasn't Mrs. Southworth." Tho librarian, whilo admitting that this narrowed tho list considerably, could not regard it as closely descriptive. "Do you remember tho titles of any of tho books?" ho asked. "What they was called? Oh, dear, no, but they was mostly lovo stories." Tho librarian was fitill at u loss. "Oh, well, never mind. Just you pick mo out something to rend. Thcro must bo Eomo books worth reading on them shelves," said tho lady as sho raised her lorgnettes again and glanced nt the backs of tho 125,000 volumes stacked up in serried rows in tho inner rooms. "Certainly. "What sort of book would you enro for?" "Oh, I don't know!" Then sho asked, with tho air of lmviug tried to recollect something and at last succeeded, "lias Georgo Eliot written nnytliing new late11 11 "Ii Th. Floronoo Hotol, JELLICO TENNESSEE, ly?" "Not for publication," answered tho librarian, with a guarded smile. "Sho has beon dead some years." "That can't bo possible, or I should havo heard of it, for wo nro n very literary family," said the lady patronizingly. "No doubt yon aro mistaken, but never mind. I will call again when there is somo ono hero who knows something about tho books." And sho turned and swept complacently out, leaving tho librarian in a state of dazed amazement. Life. Mrs. J. B.j Montgomery, Prop. The best hotel In tne city and the only one with a nmple room for drummers Especia atteution to the trawling public. Rates $J. 33-6- THE OLD JACKSON HOUSE, SAM n. WARNACK, Pror. Polite. Not long ago Edmund Russell dawned upon a certain western city, and tho Blanks gave a largo reception. Among tho plans for the entertainment of tho guests was a scene from "Macbeth" rendered by a young woman of local elocutionary fame. Tho head of tho family was not informed of this especial part of tbo programme. At tho proper moment Lady Or. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Treatment tho young woman personating U sold under poeltlre written guarantee, by authorMacbeth appeared at tho end of tho ized agents only, to cure Weak Memory; Loss ol Drain and Nerve Power; Lost Manhood; Quickness; drawing room dressed in a trailing robo Night Losses; Evil Dream; Lack of Confidence; of Power of whito and bearing a light. Sho moved Nervousness; Latitude; nil Drains; ,t tho Qeneratlve Orrans iu elthsr sex, caused by slowly forward, an expectant hush falling upon tho assemblage. Tho host punrnntivs II a box; 6 for $5: with wr'tlen '.TUYIIUP. to cure or looked up, saw and wholly misunderrefund money. WEHT IU Aoertain stood. Ho hesitated only a moment, , euro for Couch", Cold, Uronchltis, Croup, Whooping Cough, HorJ Vhiu-ir- . Ploasaut to take. then hastened forward with hospitablo Hmali elzo discontinued; oH.nvv tire, now2bc; o' zeal, saying: "'Why, Miss Smith, good II size, now 60C OUAltAl'Ti'.ra Issued ouly b evening! I'm very glad to see you. May Ky. I relievo you of your candle?" Argonaut. A.5R. PENNY, Refitted and refurnished and m every jvay prepared to attend the wants of the public. Kates 51-very reasonable. 60 London, - - KENTUCKY. Mf .IF NEW Wo draft horso peoplo havo enough to do if wo keep up wjth the ovor increasPainting and Trimming ing domnnd for size and quality combined. Somo of us hero in Pennsylvania tako prido iu having produced teams good enough to suit tho Marvins, nud Dilmarths, and when those teams havo been nt work on Pittsburg street six years it makes a man fool good to Ixs told by theso mon that the pnrchaso of our horses at even $200 icr hoad was liko buying gohl dollnrs for 50 couts npiecc No doubt many others !.k Itlrs. havo had similar experience and like tho writer aro congratulating themselves timt thoy havo not labored in vain. Lot us now tako up tho practical phaso of this 6ubject which breeders moot to consider namely, combination of quality and size. A fow years ago 1,400 to Ladies, Your Attontion, Please. 1.C0O pound horses woro recognized as heavy drafters, and thoso who demandMy Stock Millinory ed more weight wero willing to tako r'ull stock of KrultanJOruamentalTrw,nrsp n them even if they lacked quality, proIs tel g rapidlv opened and it embraces rtery Vines, Apiinc". Small Krnils, Sihrub., nl W Qwtort". wsw nick, m m hate engaged Miss usually found in a nursery -- Mablthimnt tnlng protiy aod stylish. vided thoy had tho size. But today this WIhii a CbIM, alio crird for Ctwtrr!. 'e sell direct to lh- - planter aad have no a;eets. Julia Stitt.nf Cincinnati, to trim for me fsS is a is all changed. Ono thousand four hun- WTusi sure to kdy of much experience and txttc and Cague. on application iniiFNMiaKU bWHe. His, eho time to Otorv give satisfaction. An esammslion of ithI dred to 1,500 pound horses nro now WVn Lexington, Ky. MRS. POKlIi T. COlKlS. Oatnrbi. 10 o hrtd CJiUlran,c Evtlf j classod as chunks, and hoavy drafteis Whmust not only weigh 1,000 to 1,800 1 pounds, but must lmva that quality that makes them wearers, aud bwides mnit bo respectable lookers And fair uotors. the advf rtismnent in Thoso who never A cooo" Hone, Harness and a single Surrey, as Always on hand Two doers above low Hard as timts :ux such hiirecs will soil JoVath.nnVn.otl.ola,,., than they presume twdntnew.for sale far tho or onpie ef Jim. Judge I.I.. Rout's t eo It, Call at )pt today in any of cur largo cities for good Tho Nobiest and Nicest Good3? ..., - Shelwm it yeu want 10 buy. baTk.arms I,, A. t AKlrt. prlcof, and when the bunes of our pTr ,t"uT and shoulders, read an cltisen of Vt German Leaingtn, Ky. Can bo had in the marlet. Prices tower than th , he sami 0.tm country revives for rovivo it will hswest Mourning goods a specialty. Call and "" MadlfOil turn h"' ...7 cureil me urw his own word? , your readers who havo been following modiclne. and to skaminc Lefnto IhyIhc neunuor nu on ' He s?ck savs "A with ,h.umt.m. MaIIV DAVIS DUDPERAR. I tho ndviee of your corrospoudeut, T. B. '.'.to Stanford, Ky Mrs. Kate Dsdderar, Manager. in bed both , house and sal the. TsSsr bowr. cv..r .. Livingston, and breeding them big and COMMEkCIAl. Hl.OCK I will on April 1st cuniweuce to sell wy stck ol good will I "striutly in it," whilo Ucncral Merchandise at o thoso who Lao beon ignoring such ooiiie anu me he eot ";, b. O. Mock- CITY COST FOR THE CASH D. S. bottles lor salo by aud bmxliug their draft mares to ek. 50 cent er liii,sslsi, Stanford get cash cut of At the old stand ot J. II. Green, in anything bnt fli.t clas.s draft stallions er Country Produce so that can such as llaon, Urd, Eggs and Chi... es, Ac bo will havo to soil for ping or chunk prices. come right aloflif and we will sapdollars awhile, Hustonvlllo, - - Kontucky, After nil, in the raising of fairly good tr we can do nothing el. the.e hard limes. Thankask a liberal ing mv psltims for past fasors ", colts such n ruinous buslnw-- oven nt Has just received an excellent addition to hi R".-trad, in this sale. sto.k ef furniture and cordially invites you to call present prices? A short time ago wo sold Rowland, Ky. and examine it. He is also agent lur the Oliver two colts not matched without spend 0.im Chtllcl and Silver Steel P!oa as well as U5J''X Irom the Stanford Factory to cist?nirr lar same. No plows stand higher In the ing n cent in fitting np, for n prico every mornltiB at the rate cf HrlN CKMSj of the public than thrse. tin Hock ol harneM POUND I.Olsainl over.and which amounted to 1) cents pur pound. I'ERHUNDREl and saddles Is larger than evtr. Has also added at tjc In smaller lots. a line of lluggies, Surreys nd Stoves. Tho week wo sold two fat steers E. MUEMKIt, O. S. CARPKNTUR. to the for a j' cents per pound. Wo think that rte stockholders or HoadCrab Orchard Jfid Ot o"nhi lum I'lke will Company,inare hereby colts raised on working mares and put the town be held notified that an election Harm W. 13. .Sh.op. to work themselves when old enough of Ciab Onhard at the oil ce ot the clock p. llinise m , to at a .. on Saturday, April 7th, ifcil. can bo grown pound for pound as cheapvwr. directors for th ensuing Piesideat. elect five u) ly servico feo oxcopted as btecrs can 5 jt Wc have opened on Depot Strtcl a J H CtU.LlKR, llutcher Shop, where wc will keep at all times lha In office recently bo grown 'and fattened out. Tho colts Office South Sld Main St., be. I moils that the country atfrds. We will hanJ wero sired by our own horw, but if wo vacated by Dr. I.re K. Hutfman, Sunfonl. Ky- dle nothing but the best and will 1 cent per pouud for eorvico foo allow CASH ONLY, AS ASSIGNEE OF wo will still havo 8 cents per pound for .! un.itM one mile West tho colts. By taking a bushel of com as Lincoln county. W c have as hiei Asweean net keep books. O'lr customers will of Kinesvllle, be ssrvctl In the best stylo ; nd we solicit the pattho unit of cost wo find that if tho steers stock of trutl irees as any .nu ronage ofthe public. Ve also buy good i.tu oich.td and garde readvtor transplanting Apples and Peaches will cattle aud hngs ANDERSON OAKR corn fed paid 50 cents per bushol tho colts paid CO.. of this Kail Orcharw 85 3m 1.11. If tho fcteers paid $5 cr ton for Stanford, Ky. be assorted to sun cuitotneis at io per Imniirea I offer for sale privately his t. The trees aic slse, tho varieties the be. an.1 hay, tho colta paid $11.40. Theso prices the needed to make home attractive ASSIGNEES SALE Or. circular aro considerably in excoss of thoso STOCK of GROCERIES, children happy will be found We WHOLE address for corn and hay on tho farm ....-The stock has 01 &c . A during tho timo tho colts wero Iwing been on reasonable time and terms. cleared of all damaged goos, grown, and wo think tho figures do not Condition mako n bad showing for tho business Is in First At Klngsvillo, Kontucky. In under financial depression and located In one of the mottdeiirable stands ,..K-SRency ei I havo Eomo other thoughts upon tho tVausf.irred inepurchaser of stock and . a -source As assignte of i.lssi A Jobpsou, I will, until to Dealer In subject in my mind, but having sub- of roiuiderablonvtnue. further nonce, II J. U. MMUM, mitted tho foregoing figures it seems COST Furnilure Mouldings, Window Shades, CASH! best that I should desist for tho present. W. W. Hunter in Western AgriculThcsfHkof merchandise at Klngsvtlle which MATTRESjKSUS, AC. (ilats A John ion assigned to me for the benefit of turist and Livo Stock Journal their creditors The stock consists of Dry Goods, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Cas. Notions, Uroctilss, Ac. : : to-4- We are authorised to announce Fair for 15 Gents of your addiess and 15 cents In Upon receipt Notice Is herebf given that we, the understgnsd po'URr. raP we till mall you our Pouvrnir I'ortfolio of tho World's Columbian hxposltton. contestants have this day filed In tho clerk's ofbut as we want ou to A candidate for Representative In Congress, sub fice of the Lincoln County Curt a written ststo-meThe recular price is joe, setting forth the grounds of a contest of tho haeoniwemake the price nominal. au will Jerl to the action ol the Democratic party or the nod it a work of Art and a thin to be prid. It Klghth Congressional bistrn t of Kentucky election which was held In the Hustonville Magls. ol the jjreat buildings, contains full psko views terlal District on tho sath day of March, 1804. to wlthdesctlpticnsof same and tseiccutcd In the take the seme ol the legal voters cf said district upon tin uctlon of prohibiting the sale cf spirithlchest style ol art. If not satbtied with It after Oarriago stamps and let you you Kit It we will refund the uous, vinous and malt liquors thcrel" keep tho book. Address II. K. llucklin A- Co , Witnrsiour hands this April 4. 1S14. Chicago, HI. L. II Adams, I. W. Held, I am now prepared to do nil kinds of Cmlj;e "W. G Cowan, T.I. Carpenter, """ raintlnit, Trimming and Rpalriiir. Give m a Geotue A. Tucker, u Ki vaniwsusiv, All Froo call. Over Daughe ty'aatup on Main stud. K. M Wan., J. W Po- till, Those who have ued Dr. Kina'a New Dlncov V. M. Yowdl, JOHN II. DeNAROI, Geo W. Rlffe, Sr not ery know iu value and those who have en have And others, Contestants. Siauford Ky. the new the opportunity to try it frre. Call drtigEt't and get a tual bittle fret. Send your name to II K lluck'en .V Co , Chicago, ami ... YOU ARE... . get a trial bottle of Dr. KIiir'h New Lite l'ills as well as a cony of Guide to Urollh and Household guaranteed to do Hespoo-tfullinstructor free All of which AMyou Rood and cost you nothing at A. K. Penny s drug store. I am just from the rlnes with a largo and m well clc ted stock of M 1 1.LI N ERY, which 1 will Buciiln'sArnlcft Salvo. sell cheaper than ever. iMi.s Lauta Jailor, a suestablishment 'i u. 1.... ......... in ill. wmlil fur- cuts, bruises Will open AMANITA M AKIV... ... ... ....... perior tilmmor Irom Cincinnati, has engaged with 7 .lie vwm on I.ner M sin stieet, Stan- - me and I ran gtiarrnicc satisfaction lu every par'1 th pink ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fovcr sores, tettor. chapchilblains, corns and all skis erup ticular. (.11 aad ace my K vxls. ped hands, nn til utnurDQii iii.ik rwns sail poutivriy cutis plies or nu py icquir i.. .ti :.MISS I.ICC1E IIEAZI.KV. satisfaction. A trial la solicited ed. It is guataaieed to 1'iieo perlect satUlaettao guaranlce kiti S cents per bat. SUnfcrd,Ky. or money relundsd. by A. R. Penny, Stanlord, Ky. w0rale Soe tho World's Hon. JAS. B. 3ICCREARY 1TOTIC3C. nt Mrs. Coroy Saundors -- 1 Invitod. m O- IZnrris Hamilton is 1 1 111-- Orchard, Lawn, Garden. ever-thl- of 1 F-- - Nice Turnout For Sale. 3ixx.iisr:DK"" I'ost-Oftlt- td Vj.' X f. cr. nd-vic- 7SZZixi r "e EIHAD THIS 1 CARPENTER, well-know- ICE, ICE. . 1 eslima-llse- i ITotico. DE. PENNY Dcntlfit. ITow Moat f.rst-cla- ss Fruit Trees For Sale A. A. WARREN, l... SEII, FOR r.. 1 A-- ery-thmg pro-vaili- - Stock of Merchandise -- Class iu-u- -- -- - W. W. WITHERS, AT FOR Stnblo Vices. Tho Myers House, Stanford, V. W. GHEEN, Proprietor. Kentucky. .V'-jua- Stanford, YOU ARE GOING.. "A Suburban Lot." fj- KTORTB: . THE...... WEST, -, Tc 1 ALL TRAINS , I - I LouisviLLC & It the line for you, as its - Nashville R. R. double Daily Trains at Msfce close connections LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH For any information enquire of Tho following list comprises what nre generally termed stable vices. Theso habits, tho result of idleness, aro moro difficult to cure than most diseases: Getting looso from tho headstall, hanging back, leaping into tho manger, turning round in thostall, lying under tho mon ger, halter casting, casting in tho stall, kicking tho stall post, weaving, pawing, eating tho litter, kicking nt man, biting, crib biting, wind sucking. Hanging back in the collar is nn attempt to get free by bursting tho throat latch or collar rein, and in somo cases groat forco is applied in tliis way so much so tlutt many horses havo broken their hips from tho sudden giving way of the halter, letting thorn back so that they fall over and injure themselves irremediably. Tho only cure is a strong chain aud a headstall that no forco will break, after trying to burst which a few times tho horso will always almost Exchange. do-sis- Stanford, I am still : : : well-ksow- n Kentucky. Tho NEW FURNITURE STORE Spring tim. is here and the wave of prespentr about to sweep over the country Is evidenced by the increased actlslty manlftsied In every branch of trade. dalTho prospects for money s growing better ly, and soon the war ofcompetitien will ttcak out with renewed vigor, and Ith all the fierce but pleasing energy born of a state ot taction 01 many ,( month's duration. Tho oil adage, "In tlroo no lime mote favrr-abl- e peace prepaie for war.-finPrrpara-lion- s for application than the present. deare now In order to meet the increased mand of a convalescent trade In view of these pleaaaut anticipations. I have Introduced ions elaborate reforms Into overy branch of my large InieofKooJs, .haogce have beea made In price which almost equal a revolution new Oldst)lcs have suptrtedrd by new; the Isti-sl replaced by tho latest: and the have been tho .residue apily Illushave been piuncd until trates, "the survival of the fittest," odd shapes and finishes have been especially southt after to please the lrreslstabl craving for novelty; advantag-o- f whilo only such ol these have taken whose selling price Is thoroughly in harmony with the spirit of the times and trade' you A glance through my slock will siti.lv that my selection Is grand and my prices will thoroughly convice you that 1 am head Huarters all New ideas have htve been liitrodyeed Into mora Important lines of furnituro and they the do.lgn constitute a line of goods which, for beauty variety, style and price, is superlative In an eminent Degree, and which reprtasntf to perfection the high standard achieved ui.dtr the Influence In ordc ol necessity, tho mother of invention. I to stimulate a sluggls and indifferent demand, place before you the cream of atl that is new Strictly cash, this will be to your Interest ds Is a fine chance fur bargafas Any person desiring to buy the stock as. a whole will do well to call on me for terms. All petsutis indebted to tho firm must come up and settle with mc RDWARD ALCORN, tl This Hotel aad wnl continue to Kive my goesu tho politest alien. tion as well as the best the market.aftords. TruiU. running thU FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK Special Attention' to the Travel- ing Public. first-clais STANFORD. KY. When you want a turnou. come to ray Capital Stock-Surplu- s .8200,000 - LIVERY STABLE. Prices to suit the hard times. at the Myers House Office JAMES YKAGER. Call or leave o.der THOMAS VEAOER. 21,300 YEAGER & YEAGER.r UfffiT. FEED AND TRAINING STABLE, Special Hales to Commercial Men. t. STANFORD, firit class turnout ferrates. In our fc-- If yeu need livery give us a call. Nothing but will leave our stable. See us Puck. no-tic- Cheviot Mutton Shfi'ii. JOES. RICE. Agent, Stanford, KyOr McQUOWN, Trav. Pass. Agent, W. A. Junction City, Ky A. G. Lanham 'o.in.li. Cistiemau. ROYAL Insurance Company OF UVERTOOL. BaRBEE&CASTLEMAjN MANAGERS, Outi aire B'lildiuj, Louisville Agents throughout the SJuth. WlthaGrlusnncc. Indignant Actor Yon wrote that o about the performance of our company nt tho nighup theater last night, sir, without seeing it. You wujre not there, sir! Dramatic Critic That is true. I had to go to three or four other theaters. But I didn't roast you, did I? "You mentioned Albertus do Rantour by name, sir! I am Albertus do Ran tour." "Did I sayanything uncomplimentary about you, Mr. do Ranteur?" "You said the audience 'thoroughly appreciated my acting, sir!" "Well, what's wrong with that?" "They threw eggs at me, sir. And vegetables. And thoy tooted me off tho nessee thoy would appear to bo admirastage with tin horns, sirl" Chicago bly adapted. R, Gibson iu Breeder's Gazette. Tribune. Live Stock Points. That tho Cheviot will ever play an oxtensivo part in the history of American mutton sheep I scarcoly think probable, ns wo havo not tho samo conditions hero that thoy so eminently subscribe to in Scotland. Winter feeding must hero over bo taken into account, and when subjected to confinement I do not think they will submit to such iguo-bl- o treatment as readily an somo other varieties, but for n hardy shoep, capable of working all day for a living, oven having to walk long distances to accomplish it uud in connection therewith producing a capital coat of soft wool and producing a carcass which, if not equal to tho Welsh, is still far ahead of tho heavier long wools for tho mountains of Virginia or plains of Ten- HARNESS SHOP of Harness, Havo your repairing done by our mau he understands his business. Y e have a mechanic in our You will find a Rood assortment Attention of the public is invited to th fac that this is tho only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Hank Act depositors are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor aa amount equal to the slock, so that depositors ot this Institution are sciurtd by a fund of 400,000. Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank arc made each yearto the United States government and Its assets are eaamlned at -- tated limns by government agents, thus securing additltons snf perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as ths Deposit Hank of Stanford to ifjS, then lied aa the National Uank ol Slanfurd in itoj and as the First National Hank ol again Stanlord in iSJj, has had practically an uninterrupted eatstenceof si years. Ills better supplied now with facilities for trausactiDgbuiiacss prompt ly and liberally than ever before la Its long and honorable career Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-te- BLACKSMITH SHOP, ggg first-class Ths Directory of this Hank is composed ol Korettus Reid, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; J.W. Hayden, Stanford; S.ll. !laughman,Lincola; work and sstlsfactory Will guarantee prices. Ttv our horse shoer. Agents for Deenng Machines, the lightest drart machine on earth. ...SALE OK.. J.S. Mocker, Stanford; W. A. Trlbble, Stanford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Land, Stock, Crop, &c. As Executor of W. M. Hlgglns, deed, sell at public auction on the premises on I W.W. WITHERS J. T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller. Ml. Veraen S. Uockcr, President; John J, McRobcrta, Cashier; A. A. McKinnoy, Assistant Cashier, will Thursday, May 31, 1894, The Farm of. .... 234 Acros of Land, A boot 7j Acres in cultivation now , the remainder in grass, situated 4 mil is from Crab Orchard, Btf miles from Stanford and t mile from Cedar Creek Station, on the L. & N. railroad. Two story frame house, four rioms also dining room and kitchen, A MISTAKE Farmers Bank&Trnst or stanford.:ky., Paid up Oapitairof Surplus, . - Co fs now fully organised and ready for business with $200,000. 21 000. NATIONAL T ! 1 -- I k Postal Item. Ous do Smith What did yon do with STANFORD, KV. that letter that was on my table? Colored Volet I tuck it to tie poa'ofQce, sab, and put it in do hole. "Did you not see that thero was no address on tho envelope?" "I Baw dar was no writin on do 'velopo, but I 'lowod yer did dat dar on purpose, so I couldn't tell who yer was writin to. niggah, I is." Texas ; l'ze nn eddicated blltmgs. Mrs. E. J. Kowcll, Medford, Mass., says her II U Inspiration. noilicr ht been cured of Scrofula by tho uso Bilton Smothers seems to have a talafter having bad ent for writing comic operas. ct four bottles of ment, and being inch other treat-- E-- ll Skilton Yes, ho was born with a rereduced tc qulto a low condition of health, as It markably retentlvo memory. Chicago v,j.s thought she could not lire. Record. i of Cured my little boy I'or tho Unpunctual. rionty of which taryscrofuUi alt over hU TO8'X'aC0' For A genuino sign in n Market street dinPhiladelphia, "Six o'clock x5vXBlTenl,Pa,lh0Po I had irccovcry, when finally ner here from 0:00 to 7:30." Life. . is Induced to uso 1 aa jJJ ttlcs cored him, and no A Ion bo riiyslclau, WIn-c- l Thyself. jijtoma of tho disease remain. There is a physician of New York who Mas. T. Im 3Iatiikim, Mathervllle, Miss. makes his daily rounds on a blcyclo. free. ii ir Look on Blood ad Skla Dtsestes mailed Atlanta, Ca. Hardware. t ytrr BMtCUlC CO., V. .1. TSI33L3, Local Ajont, CURES SCROFULA nHRI W"-"j1- heredl-N'2iX- ap-A- xt res-taum- UANK OF STANFORD, The hackney of England is tho genBy some means or other the re- Now closing up) with the same a..ts and undel porches, Ac, good cistern, smokehouse, an ice eral purposo riding and driving horso. inn same management. house, double cabin In yard, large barn, two corn By Messenger, tho great ancestor of all cribs, two buggy houses and a Illacksmith Shop, chaiter, depositors are at circulated that I was fully provisions ofasitsaia depositors in National protected in Tools, tho trotting stock in America, was a and as Ac. 1 he farm will be oflered beartwo tracts port became Hanks, ita shareholders being held individually will interest a whole. Land notes the of the amount hackney. Tho modern American trotter irom Jan. 1, 1805, six percent. In 6 stock Such is liaole to at thecatentvalue thcruol, in of their to th par therein addition third in ta hackney aro thereforo faraway months: one Good ichool months and house. In going to leave Stanford. and tho amount invested In such shares. It may actas in mile of 18 months. cousins. eaccutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as a Aldcrney cows with calves. individual. a cows anu calves. not the case and I take pleasure in snTo those who entrusted their bulslness to us Feed clover and sell timothy. i cows without calves while mnaglng the Lincoln National Bank ol a.year-olsteer. Ono family wo havo heard of make here tender emphatically denying the report. Stanford, we we continue to our many thanks and t male cow. tho dog do duty both as a watcher and trust they will transact their business 5 calvea. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten3 sows and pigs. washer. He works tho washing machine, tion to same, our twenty years' eapenonce ia shoati. am yet and will still be found I ijmale hog. which is in this caso on abandoned banking and as liberal accommodations as are t with sound banking. a work horses. I good buggy mare that a lady can ewing churn. drive. stand on Main street, sellmy old s DIHKCTORi; saddle horse. 1 young mare in foal by Hackly's An esteemed contemporary J.J. Williams, Mt. Vernon; ao head of sheep feeding apples to livo stock. the lowest pos iS iambs. S. H. Shanks, Stanford; at Bring on tho ap- - Household and kitchea furniture, farming Im- ing good goods , With all our heart! J.S, 0s!cy, Stanford; plements, such aa shovel and turning plows, hay .plus. S.J. Embry, Stanford; wagon, rake, mowing machine, sible prices. When you need any spring wagon, corn shelter. 00. n J. II. Owsley, Stanford; A raco track horso wants from four to rockawar. wheat straw cutter, plow gear, J. K.5,Cash, Stanford; 6ix miles exercise at a moderate paco crusher, t a lot ot fan, bacon, lard, vinegar, corn hay, thing in our line, don't fail to call. etc. Also William Gooch, Stanlord; every day through tho winter and spring straw, etc. Also a track of knob land ol jo acres, well tint A. W. Carpenter, MllleJgevilU, Ky beforo ho begins tho season. bered.on Ottenheim pise noar Cox's Cap, sold W, I I C mmina, Peachersvillt) . separate. Two quarts of oats, two or threo ears S. H. Shiuki, Presidtsst, All sums under $10 cash. Al overdue J anu of corn and 15 pounds of hay at a feed ary :, iSo, with interest from day of sale and Dr, J.'iiOw.cy.lCaih'er, Stanford, Ky. is about tho ration needed for an idle J secured by personal security. HIGGINS, Ev. W. M. Iiljht.Tc'Jor, V. H track horso iu cool weather. One-thir- SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN d one-thi- rd 1 d tt cob-lite- m rocom-mend- 1 1 1 two-hors- e 1 I 1 1 1 1 ! R. ZIMMEE. hA 9T. ,A