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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895020501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOL. XXII. A good-by- e Semi Weekly Interi STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAV. FEBRUARY 5, 1895. FARM AND TRADE LITTLE THINGS. t fM I'D TVT A T TV) '.r1 NO. 95 ITEMS. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. OF A LOCAL NATURE. Uindolph Harris and GeorRO Smith Capt. J. O. Hagan, fathenof the lalo With your hand on the door to go, have opened a ideating rink over tho Miss Alma Hagan, Hut it takes the venom out of the ding a noted beauty Iteconl olllco and fun and racket are Of a thoughtless word or cruel fling here, died nt Richmond last week, plentiful That on made an hour ago. aged 55. MIm Rttlio Deaaloy has returned A kin ol greeting is sweet and rate e IIUSTONYIIXIS, KY. 'Squire Taylor, keoppr of tho fclW). from a plaa,tut viait to frlunds at DanAfter the toil oi the day. iu Mercer county, was fearfully K I Woods- sold to J. E. Itruco a ville. Mr John Bamjliuun, of Uoylo, Audit mnoolhos the furrow plowed by cure, beaten with a club by one of the inmates The tineas on the farehnad you ence sailed fair threoyear-olwas in town Sunday. mule for $07 60. who became suddenly violent. ' In the year that hae llown away. A protracted meeting will commence T. M. Clarkson sold to an Kintern Tho Harrodsburg Democrat sajs tho 'Tii a a little thins to aay "You are kind; at the Methodist church Sunday nidif. party, a combined maro for I7i3. supervisors raised tho a"seamcnt iu Mer love you, my dear," each night, X 1',H ,0L'rtl I rank Holtzclaw sold to Jos.'Cofl'ev will asiUted by Hev cer $355,372. A great doal of property was Hut It send a thrill through tho heart, I flit I, I wish to thank my many friends and patrons for their very liberal W K Arnold, of Stanford. a small bunch of i hoRt at ajc For love ii tender, at love ii Lllnd, listed too low and n good deal not asset's patronage. I am now in position to sell goods cheaper than any of At an nuj)urned sesiion of tin conn Ai we climb life'i rugged height. llamlirlck A H.imbrick. of Scotl. ed at all. my competitors. I. Because I have no rent to pay either for busibouK'htof Jerry lirierou 11) fat cattle atty "url Friday, Wood fJros. were Krant- Vn itarvn each other foi love'i careu; A mad dog bit a fivo year old son of ness house or dwelling. We- take, but we do not give; ed ifceiif-- to sell whysky by tho quait at 130. CO, 2. I keep no clerks 3. I have Poll Blackburn, near Iterea, who after It icemi so eaiy aanie mill to bleta, to pay no city tax for water and lights. 4. I pay cash for all of my Littio Albert, 2:10, and Walter E, Hieir distillery near Murksbury. Some sulTering for Beveral days, died of hydroHut we dole the love grudgingly, leu and lca, 2:10, got their records in the samo race at neighbors objected to tho granting of the and give the trade the benefit of the big discounts. 5. I will Till 'tti bitter and hard to live. phobia. The dog nlso bit a cow belong- goods license, hut not tho required number, to sell for cash, or 30 days only to responsible people, and will lose no Cleveland, O. ing to Mr. Blackburn aud his two chilCRAB ORCHARD. Horsemen say that Wilton, 2U)J prevent it being granted. bad debts, and need no extra clerk to itemize long accounts. These dren, who drank her milk are suffering As stated in your last issue, the will bring at least 30,000 at tho Lexlng' o are my terms and I cannot change them under any circumstances. To 15ewtlo McGeu Jolt Sunday fur h MIb8 from hydrophobia. Reddick was held over without bail sale this week. protracted Uy ntnotiK friends near Mt. tin of convince one and all examine these prices. George W. Maupln, au for grand larceny and burning the Mil A car of White Northern Seed Ch' GROCERIES. Baker's Flour, $1.50 per 100, best green CofMadison, who died several years ago, left Vernon. just received. Call or writo for sample. ler Hotel. There is a hitter feeling a policy fee 23j4c, Arbuckles22;4c, Granulated Sugar 22 lbs for Si, special in tho Poun Mutuii Insurance Elder J. 0. Lowis, of LoxIurIoii, against Reddick, but tiio local reporters J. H. liaughman & Co. Co., for $2,500. Tho policy has just been prices in barrel lots, good green coffee 20c, black pepper will illl tho pulpit in tliu ChriHtlan ic, raisins, A. T. Nice, of I'anV, has tho only to tho daily papere "stretch tho blanket" Best corn and tomatoes 3 cans for 25c, and found in a lot of old papers that were figs and prunes church next Lord's day. living colt by Kohenstein, 2:03. He is a considerably when they talk of mobs, Quito a nutnbi'r of our cltlr.niH at-- t thought worthless and hia son, Jenningp, other bargains in the same line. lynching, Ac Our citlz-n- a very promising youngster. aro willing BOOTS AND SHOES. Mens heavy boot $2, former price $5. 50, who is a messenger boy, will draw tlie ended tho funeral of Mr. John V. Proo J. II. Sitgaser, of Shelby county, sold to wait and let 12 men pasa on Rwldick's money. A Rood one for Si is, heavy plow shoe. 75c, the best one made foi $1.35. Mens' fine shoes, lace and tor at D.wivillo Irtst week. to Eilipton and Kerfoot, of Louisville, 10 guilt or Innocence. $1 former Confess, at $i,Ji 50 Mr. A. II. Ilitatin continues his ImThe Louiavillo Times has this notice A first class ladles' s$, Si lhoeand all differentprice $.v, U, J & and Jj.50. Ladlos' Kid, patent tip, St. good many ladies and gentlemen kid on good Jersey cows for $550. lasts it $1 35, that other merchants arc selling at $3. of a concert given by tho lady, who is to provements near tho depot, lie now Mies JJdna It. W. I). Snow bought in Lincoln bihI hero havo answered I will close out my present stock of clothing reCLOTHING. building a lariju room (or a nice Huh of Drowu's letters ftoin Kaneville, III. She appear at Walton's Opera House on tho gardless of cost. I only mention a few to show how cheap they are. A rood black wool Garrard counties, n lot of fat 2 and cheviot suit furniture. started out to secure several thousand evening of Feb. 12th. formenat$j9j. Heavy, a'l wool cassimere pin's at it, in fact anything In stock at less cattle, at 2J to 2Je. Mr. Joo Anderson tnatlu tint "good The concert jdven by Mine. Cecilia you ever bonghl them. A goad long Oveioat for J. Vou must see the birgains I havo monty than tc properly lludd Dohle has entirely recovered canceled postage sUuipi and by a clever Eppinghousen Bailey at the Country appreciate them. confession" at tho llnplitt church Sunplan each was to contribute ten stamps froin his attack of nervous prostration com prims day. Ilia father and other friunih were DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS at such marvelous reductions that and havo three friends to do likewise. It Club, whoso membership and in will bo in tho sulky this season. Kentucky's aristocracy, was not only a it seems almost Impossible. I can only mention a few. AU calicoes at &c, including Indigos, blacks Krently rejoiced at tho noble etep ho hna Wilton, 2:10J, h tho greatest sire liv- turns out that Miss Drown can not Bell success, but absolutely took the form of and mournings. Masonville nnu Lonsdale bleach cott. ns at 7c. All wool cassimi res and Henriettas taken. ing. He is but years old aud has 10 the stamps, but tho New York World an ovation. Such a remarkable voice 40 inches wide, at 35c. 4 spools of CUrk's thread Tor 15c, and 1 thousaul things I haven't space to After u very pluaa.tnt visit to his sajs she is receiving about 17,000 every them. Renumber my terms are CASil, or mention. Goads were never soH as low as I will lias not been heaad In Kentucky for ma- limit to responsible people is jo days. All accounts arj now fast duo oud those indeMod to mo the father) Irttnlly, Dr. Walter Hennley, It ft In the 2:30 list. Ho had only nix coMs in 21 hours and the will number is increasing. ny a long day it is 1SSS. sweet, powerful and pleasosettla at ot.ee. jf"My spring samples of e Sunday for Lexington, ills friends l:eep Clothing now on haid at greatl reduced The P M. and mail carrier at Kanevillo Allerton, 2:0tJ, will lu campaigned JAMES KRYfc, Hustonville, Ky. exceedingly sympathetic, and iu addition prices. him limy in Ida dental profpftlon during this year for the purpose of beatiim the nro trying to resign, but the government to her lyric gifts, Mine. Bailey is also n his little dtnys at home. holds them to their contract. Tho World Mips Alice llnrdin, daughter of J.Mr. world's stallion record of 2:05J, which is says that some f tho letters to Mica line actress, gifted with a cbarmibg perheld by Directum. sonality. Sam Hardin, km taken Monday to Lex KP" &5s,f,B itkn II. L. Worley sold to John Johnson, Drown contain mouey to abidst in tho Her Lullaby song was encbored time inuton Asylum for treatment. Dr. Payne cause she has undertaken and one man of lloyle, a lot o( heifers, averaging 050 a and again. Iu fine, the delighted audi' Mr. Chad wick and Mrs. J. II. Stephens pounds at 2Jc, a milk cow at 2c and an- said that i( the allbcted sister, whom she ence accompanied her. Her family havts tho became despotic and compelled her was goinu to have treated with tho mon other cow for 125. to sing until 10:30 o'clock. sympathies of the entire community. Would you know what we are doing ? If so, come to our new Ilobinson & Wnllingfordsold from 13 ey secured by tho hcheine, was cured, he Mr. CultDn Ima bought titti butcher One critic insists that the excels acreH ol laud 22,600 lbs. of tobacco that AOtild like to marry her. shop here and promisee to Veep a ood Patti'a rendition of tho "Last Rose of store. We have a few more Winter goods unsold an J they are to netted them $1,000. This looks like l Treasury deficits, Democrats, Republicans or beef for market. Ho supply of A Howling Green handier ol fine a Summer," in the second act of Martha, be sold regardless of will pay. Wluchcstes Sun. has alao received tho appointment of went to Philadelphia with n load of and adds that he will never desire to Populists. If you want full value for your dollar, our new store is the -- In hia will George M. Stearns, of hear any thing more beautiful. Mine. "town attorney," but wo hope our littio Chicopee, Mass., bequeathed $1,500 for beauties. The market was dull and he Bailey is a born artist nud courteously place. We town will keep on it KoodJ behavior so sell a thing. Horso buyers of his msre, Maud L, and couldn't that there will be uo demand for Ida ser- tho support didn't seem to know ho was iu town, and compiled with the request of her audistipulated that sliu should never wear vices in thin lit)". In order to advertise himself lie drove out ence to sing song after eong. Finally tiarue.oa again. on a hahlouubie thoroughfare and pur the Lullaby was demanded again. The Richmond Register reports that HUBBLE. "If I sing it again," Baid she, smilicgly Embroideries, Laces, White Goods, Percales and Spring Dress Goods posely lot hia horses go nt such a clip at tho Kale ol the cUects of S. T. Cobb "will you promise to let me olT for tho Mia Mhbriu SrttnubroMd Is on tho mules brought from $130 to SIS8 per pair that he was arrested. Tho "ad" paid. and these we are ready to sell with winter goods at very low prices. He was lined $5 for fast driviug, but told evening?" "Put us to Bleep with it," sick list. and jacks from $15 to $375. Onoof theeo also receive this week a new lot of Clothing, we think the judge he didn't consider the gait lie nuawered one of of tho crowd, "and wo We will Mrs. Nannie Stone is visiting friends jacks cost f 1,300 four years ago. will do anything you ask." The song going fast. "Why, your Honor," in this community. Jtrse Martin has returned from Co- waH "down in Kentucky we would waa given for the last time, and true to I). W. Uivens sold to Win. Morcland lumbia, Tenu., whtTO bo last week sold said call that n mere jog." Tho thing worked their word the audience consented to al70 owen and lambs ut $'l per head. 50 nead of mules at $02 per head. Ho low the concert to comoio an end. John Spoouamoru bought 10 acres of reports 500 to 700 head were sold at that and tho horseman sold everything he wc have ever handled, both in quality, style and fit, and our new bad with him and at good prices, too. lantl from tho Snow heirs at $5:1.50. Wisconpoint last week and a brisker market In Northern Michigan nnd Shoes for Spring will also be ready by the last of the week and we Deiilh with his scytho came into our than he had expected. Woodford Sun. "Newspaper men aro blamed with a sin Friday the temperature was from 38 will be midst Wednesday nnd mowed down A farmer in Mason county, Kenlot of things they can't help, such as us- to 42 degrees below zero. Kohert Anderson, ono of our good clti tucky, reports tho result of a rect nt trial ing partiality iu meutioniug Judge Nathaniel Baxter, one of the visitors, givzens. Ho had been lingering for the of wheat feeding, covering a period of 12 ing news about some folks and leaving oldest and best known jurists in Tennespast IS iiionths'wlth consumption. Ho days. He fed tho animals ground wheat outothors, etc. He simply prints the see, died suddenly at Nashville. leaves a good wife and little girl Rbout and tho gain in weight gave him a re. news he can find. Some people John Hughes, keeper of the lockup It matters not at what price goods are sold in any market, we are inform 10 years old, who have tho sympathy of turn of $1 20 per bushel for hia wheat- at Paducah, had a cockroach removed here to sell and we intend to meet all competition. him about such things nnd others do not. this entire community. Dob was a good Saturday was au active day here in An editor should not be expected to from hia ear which had been there sinco Christian man in every respect and ills tho mtilo market but at prices lower than know tho names and residences of all last November. host ol friends all feel assured that his over known before. Tho prices were your uncles, aunta and cousins, oven ii Prof. J. J. Glenu baa been selected spirit now dwells in tho holy laud. llro. from $ 10 to $50, mules that two years be should see them get ofl the train. Tell to look after the interests of Kentucky Arnold preached a very impressive and ago would havo brought from $115 to us about it." Bureau of Information and Immigration appropriate funeral sermon at McKcn-dre- o $125 on our streets. G. W. White k in Hopkins county. A woman's character has been likened church, after which tho remains Son bought au extra pair of fine ones at Judge Geigar, a Kansas ofiicial in SEE to n postauoetamp ono black mark ruins Phillips county, sentenced his wore taken to tho Lancaster cemetery. $00 nnd Mr. Hoach, of Louisville, bought a bunch at $45 around. Elizibethtown it. Mau'a like a treasury note no matto IS mouths in the penitentiary for WllKKKTIIKTAXKS Ol. TIlO ruptlbli' News. ter how many stains, it paas at par. burglary last week. caug aro kicking about there being no Good horses sold v. oil at Faulconer When a woman falls from grace her There was another fight in Congress. money in tint Treasury, and intimate Si Rue's combination ealo at Danville, character is usually ruined forever. While Messrs. Roiliy and Maguire were the Farmers can save money that if they could gnt in power they Friday aud Saturday. Tho highest price on the other hand, a man may straighten belligerents. Col. Breckinridge acted in If you want to get in the best companies would raise the taxes and havo plenty of realiz-- d was for tho by seeing him. chestnut gelding, up aud be received in tho best society the capacity of peacemaker. again. money, an that la tho only way to get Hundley, 2:201, and Dr. Pope, a Detroit dentist, waa killtrial, 2.11, which money for tho State Treasury. If all the was $1,150, tho A special says that all tho lauds if ed iuasensationnl encounter in bis wile's next highest was $915, salaries paid to State olllners were abol- which was paid for Uluo Knight, 2:23 tho American Association nt Middles-bor- bedroom by William Brusseau, supposished it would not reduce tho taxes Ave both of which worn bought by Ed Penconsisting of about 00,000 acres in ed to bo Mrs Pope's paramour. cents on the hundred dollard. The ureat dleton, of Norfolk, V.i. M. Virginia, Tennt'ssi aud Kentucky, havo Court and n congressional contest S. Htusbmau'a bulk ol the taxed (2.' conts out of 12 Is Ella It , trial in brought $010 and been bought in for tho bondholders for adjourned at Hindman, Knott county, .2.23 levied for school purposes, five cents to Tho Widow, trial in 2:20, sold lor $107.50. $5,000. Tho lands originally cost $300,-0J- Saturday while all hands L'ave chase to a tho Sinking Fund, and the great bulk of Itu.sinefis horses brought from $00 to $175. bear that had wandered Into the town. tho p'maining 15 neuts goes to pay the Stallions were not in A Massachusetts Tho only woman survivor of tho manufacturer is iennud and a good expenses of tho varioin asylums and tho many wero Bent back to their stalls with- now advortiaing corncob Imudlea for bi 12 bo wreck charges that tho men who goes to educate court 0er out a bid.. Dudderur Rroa' Job Stuart cycles. He siya that they are " durable, wero saved shoved hor from tho lifeboat of the tho children and rind John Cook' Gamoor wero ollVred absorbent, clean nud beautiful." This t j drown, but she cluug on so stubborn-r gwi to care for tho lunatic, tho inakpfl another outlet for ono of the they finally took her iu. but nut sold. P. W. Green bougnt b'ind and tho dual and dumb. Gretii handsome btallion by Alleudorf and a of the farm. Mr. Samuel A. Miller, n U. Hollar. harness gelding; Yeager vt Cooper The word hutnbiu H of Iriah origin citi.Mi of Louisville, was killed by a Win. Vice, a farmer iiviug noar Slier bought a luniess gelding ami M. S. nud means aoft copper, or worthless train at Ashoville, N. C. He bad been burne, while returning from tho wed- ltaughmiin a sliatlnml pony. The total money. It waa originally appliod to tho Hiifitring from acute melnueholh and ding of his nephew, Dr. Vice, stand sales ol two dayo wero 01 head but eeeinod much improved at an av- money sailed by James II at the Dublin lug in lib wngou when hia lior-- o made n erage of $180. mint. He waa nt the depot to meet bid daughsudden lunge and thru him nut on his ter und suddenly ran between two cars Atlllcted with Hhoumatlam. Undertakers and Dealers in Furniture, Stanford. head, breaking hia neok and causing Ho who take the arm of a young laMr. George A. Mills, of I.obanoii, Conn., ayi-"- of an appro idling train and was knockHlilicled with rheun.ntUm in my back all was death. Ho Itave3 a family of chil- dy with whom ho ia walking takes a liblit winter. It w.u so severe at times that could ed down and iustintly killed. dren all grown. erty, uulees lie be iu weak health, and not itand upditraicht, but wan draw n oer on one .HERE IS THE LEADER!, I tri different remedies WhutiatliodillVience between a young Tho weather is vory sovero throughthe lady gives him her arm to support tide.tclii'f uot.l I buuijlitn bottln without receiving of Chamberlain's liny uiing it for three l'ain accordout Gernnny, soow having fnllen for 72 him. The man should support tho wo ing Halm. Aftei my rhoumatism days,gonoani maid of IC nnd au old maid oi tiO? Ono t" directlent, wai hour continuously. Railroad trallio is man, not the woman tho man. Is hnppy nud caro'oss, nud tho other ia has not returned linct). I have since recommended It to others and know they have been lienent-eblocked In Silesia, i'omorania, Schleawig cappy aud hairltiB. Four oranges eaten every day aro efby ttsute. nnd in nil the iiiouuluiuous parts of m t For sale by Ir. S. (.. Hooker, druggist, Stanfective iu removing tho desire for Gertnrny. Southern Mr J A. Scriven, a prominent manufacturer of ford. small-po- x iS I"at 15th street, New York City, purchased a There are several cases of One should bo enton befotc Cough Kemodv from tottle of in Lexington. breakfast, ona each at 11 a, m., 3 i m. drugiiutll U. Lulio. lVek.kill, X. Y. tiuch good results followed its us that he sent back to Mr. nud at 0 r. u Ijme fur lo bottles tuc urns rtmsdy Ouro for Htmdacho. lho&o who giio thu medicine a trial are sUdom remedy fpr all forms oi Headache Electric Aa a non 11thT wiw i"lr, w fnv lrr (fn-- i kaii.ficd miiIi auy oilier wiivii in need of such a th very Ul It efTccta Philadelphia lover You aro sweet Ui piu.wi lo liiltci. preparation It is unequalled for coughs and colds. Alien sho nw a Ctilkl, slio cried for OxstorU a nvruiAnont cure and thu mot drtadedhabitu.il Kor sale by Or. S. C. iiorkcr, druggist, StanV influence to u urge enough to oat. tiadach Wliwi sho le3nM Mia, sho clunff to Castorl ford. all who are afUlctfd to (iroCirt a bottle and give Boston rjweetheart There Ia nothing mi When sho had Cliiklren, sho gevothem Cantoris, this remedy u fair trial In i.iie oi habitual Wetrl'; IHtum Mire, by giving the remarkably Hweet about my being able Qunrantood Curo. neided tone to the buwele and few cne long it to eat. Possibly you wish to We authorize ur advertised druggist to sellysu-Dr- . convey tho Try it once. Large Mi use of thia ir.edicln . King's New Discovery for Consumption, bottles onlv so ccnti at A. R. l'onny'a Drug Storo. impression Hint I am BUliicienty saccharCoughs aihI Coldj, upen this condition: If you The Vulcan Chi. led Plow. Over 100 now 111 use in Lincoln county are utllictcd with a Cough, Cold or uny I.ung ine to bo eaten. Carlton Cornwall, lorcmali of the Uaaette, or Chest trouble and will use this remedy Arnica Salvo. Bucklln'a Throat, N. J., belicvei that Chamberlain's Cough It has no eqaul. Costs less to mlve in the woild for CUti. bruises. according to directions, giving it a Uir trul aud and all of them giving satisfaction. Remedy ahould be in every home. Uo ued It for fjieujy cure. He aaya "It Care, to our collius, adda a nail no seres, ulcers, salt rheum, fiver sores, tetter, chap- - experience no benefit, jou may return the bottle cold and it a any plow made. hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, ana havo your money refunded. We could not keep it injepair and docs the work better than U indeed a grand remedy; I can recommend It to doubt, whooiilnj cojj;h with pay reputred. It Is make this offer if we did not know that Ur. Kings t positively cures piles, or no all. I liueven ituied tor And every grin, so merry, draws one guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or noney New Discovery could belied upon. It never disthe best r'ilt " ! and y ent bottloi. tree at A. Kor silo by Dr. S, O. IIoc'er, drupglu, relunueu. rnce i ccnu per; uo. Kor sale by appoints. Trial bottles joe and $1. K. 1'euny's out. Walcot. drugstore. Lar.c sue A. K. Tcnny, Stanford, Ky. wnll-knoObi-cagof- ktii li a little thing, Nincy Hanks is uifely in foal to Vatican. Flno blue grnsH need for sale. li. K Wenron. -- Honnlo Wilmore, 2:1 IJ, 8old at FIVE REASONS WHY JAMKS J& Jo8 w aP poor-hous- d , Can Xell Goods Cheaper than Dfelters. J 1 ' ft Ptr b-- i - e high-price- d ni-gr- ex-jail- er Sc. 1 I jA 1 1 11 Uilor-nak- o !o IrMef snatcw o syris a jf$W r tint-dua- co hor-ee- Are ." Receiving ' Daily h, TIIK B liWJr ONE Prepared Fop All. HUGHES & TATE. FOR INSURANCE THAT INSURES, son-in-la- Kirby , The Insurance Man, . 1 o, 0. ouo-lia- if two-thir- 1 well-know- vvn-- i WITHERS & HOOKER,- - nt 1 d intox-ioaut- s. j of l ik )l-i- con-tlpt!- rc-ti- 1 n, Thi-Iw- tl tai-for- d. W. H. WEAKEN & CO. r. " .. j - 2!Z "i-- i "l il SbMl-WEEKL- Y iNTERIORJOUKKAl Nino people were frz n to death in Tho negotiations for poaco be' ween As illustration of tlio truth thnt tho the Rainy Liko country in Michigan ruling passion is Btmnp; in death wbhrIv Japan and China have pgUn failed, Jan. 1, when the mercury was IS degrees 'on by Miss WUcIpv at H.d Hook. N, Y.. through Chinese duplicity. ' I StASKOBD. llY.,lEimUARV 5, ' 180nni,prlolJ ' C( a.ln WIiii niiiii M Tho old Metropolitan Hotel at Now enough Accordingly she prepared to end her life, and believing that to cut York, which Ina been In existence since 153 has been permanently closed. bar throat waa tho easiest way, sho A mother nnd her twochildien were to that means, not however, until Congressman Hreckinrtdgo's Ik it be intention to keep himself in unpleasant Bho had spread newspapers upon tho burned to death at Philadelphia by a notice, he can bo congratulated on his II tor to keep tho blood from staining tho tiro caused by a cat overturning a lamr. Tho Fayette county assessment has success. Ho engaged In a fist and skull carpet. They found her dead and ponco of Mia to her sou', the carpot waa uninjured. been raised by tho Board of Supervisors fight with Congressman Heard, The total assessment ia $277,000. Friday, while it was eouri, in tho House Editor Knott, of tho Loumvillo Poet and a tumultuous scene follow-- e in session wants tho editors of the State to combine The total expense of tho German arI. Heard attempted to shut ou Breck in asking tho next Legislature to papa a my for 1SG3 ia estimated at $151,000,000; inridge's speech on the Hawaiian resolutions by demanding tho previous ques- law liko tho ono in Now York, making it that of the French army at noarly a misdemeanor for any person to willful tion, which greatly incensed tho colonel -- Silver Senators claim that they have a scathing rebuko ly state, deliver or transmit by auy means and ho administered Miesourian. "You are an imper- whatever to a paper of any kind, any canvassed tho Senato and find 17 to tho for freo silver coinago and 3(5 tinent puppy," yelled Breckinridge. statement concerning Buy porson or cor poration, which, if published therein, against it. "You are aiar" hiBsed Heard and then is needed Tho Japa completed tho capture of they went at it. Friends rushed to part would bo a libel. Such a law At tho first attack the Colorado, had Mr. for tho protection of newspapers and we them. Pence, of hope to eeo It enacted. Malicioua per- Chinese tied, leaving 2,000 dead and priBreckinridge by the throat, and Mr. sona have frequently gotten usibto trou-bi- o soners behind. of Kentucky, climbed over by falso statements and wo suppose The fast B. & O. express waa wreckBeats and held him by the Bhoulder, that is the experience of all publishers. ed near Washington, Pa , but none of For three or four minutes there waa a the passengers wero hurt. Two brake-me- n wild ncramble resembling a foot ball rnah Col. W. O. Bradlky will bo a were killed. pourel into the ai all tho members man, if ho never realizes his son would Because hia aisle, and tho greatest confusion prevail- ambition to sit at tho helm of Stato in Vankartage, of ed, while'.oxclamationB of "liar, cur and Old Kentucky. At least a dozen differ not etop crying, Alex Wilkeabarre, Pa., dashed its brains out scoundrel" filled the air. Finally ent papers, including tho Cincinnati on a red hot stove. brought his mace to bear Commercial-Gazettcame to us Saturday of Ottawa, Two prominent cltiz-n- s on tho beliKerantB and they wero taken containing a good picturo and a two coleamo spot withbefore tho Bpeaker. Breckinridge apolo- umn sketch of tho life of Garrard coun-- t O., dropped dead on the While the death peunlty is one of the in 12 hours. Heait dieeaeo was the statutory provisions of tho Kansas crini gized to tho Hou8e,but declined to do so to 's leading citizan. A fact connected cause of both deaths. Mr. Heard, adding that uch insults could with hia history is not generally known, code, yet its iuthctton is under such The drys wou by a majority of four inal remain betwoan them. Mr. Heard that is that he was admitted to tho bar nit Hartford, this peculiar provisions that it is never cm explained the trouble and said: "Upon at tho age of 17, after having passed a at an election held at wets aio chargirg ried Into effect. Thero are now in tho his withdrawal of his offensive epithet I most critical examination, by a special State, last week. Tho State penitentiary over 2C0 persons under fraud and will contest. will withdraw mine, but noi before. I act of the Legislature. West Virginia's legislators are to tho death sentence, who aro, under tho beliovo I have douo nothing which was to bo hnnged law, liable to be woman with the subject It is impossible to keep some men wrebtle We will now eoonofdiecover who any day by ihe ordered not my dutyJ!and5 right to do." There chiff executive of tho was much talk of personnl satisfaction, down. Tho regular practitioners sue State. But the hanging has never been of that State duels, &c, and friends busied thomeelvea ceeded in running Dr. Appleman the builds the fires Lexington grand jury has in orJered by any gnnrnor mnn the law The to patch up a truce, but it wasn't neces- specialist, out of Kentucky, but that J. Hull Davidson for wap passed. This is tho practical mansary. The disgraceful tempest in a tea didn't stop his career. He has opened dicted carrying concealed and deadly wenpous, ner Kausfla has of ah ilishing tho duitli pot had spent itself and neither party tho "Applemau Medicine Co., at Chicaptnalty nnd yet retailing it for un in ou Editor Muore. was desirous of making a furtherfool of go, and ia now lboding the State with which ho drew of Andor-son- , cases of emergency. Mrs. Joseph Stiulebtker, advertisements offering to euro people of himself. I ml., who had been in a trance for nearly any ailment at their own homes 117 days, and during the timo had net Woman's Suffrage Convention is and for a mere trifle. The MISS LOU ELLIOTT, touched food, died tho other day. in session at Atlanta and as usual thero ss Mrs. Kate Grady, of Indianapolis, in Since Charley Moore, of tho ia a monkey and parrot time. It Beeiua Blade, has abandoned the role of a fit of melancholia, burned up $1,200 in that Dr. Hawthorne, the leading Baptist STANFORD, KY. and has shown that he money, which Bhe had accumulated by divine, there, said in a sermon that wo- a (l. O. HOX 161) men ought not to bo permitted to voto. cm ft,ht pretty well himself, it is dollars her ellorts previous to her marriage. Kkhikenchj Dri. Lallcy, Pcton and Si tj Treasurer Halo annoucea that ho This riled the Rev. Dr. Anna Shaw and to doughnuts that he will have less she said that if tho preacher was correct-l- trouble with those who seek that kind has perfected arrangements by which reported, he had acted ungentlomanly, of salvo for their wounded feelings than State otliciala and othera may have their hia attack being both unmanly and un- formerly. There are not very mauy warrants cashed for a small considerAttorney Law, called for. She wouldn't answer him, men fool hardy enough to rush headlong ation. General Max- United States Solicitor because she could not descend to hia into a lion'a mouth. well resigned. His relations with Attorplane. Tho wild applause with which of tho Sand- ney GeneralJOlney have been unpleasLiliuokalam, her remarks wero greeted showed that OfCce on I.ancatler Strrct, oppotitc the Collection! recast cjpccUl mention expressed by tho vinegar-face- d wich Islands, is a prisoner in the realm ant. Holinia Conrad, of Virginia, sucthe sentiment carricaturo of her she lately presided over. She is charged ceeds him. and with complicity in the recent uprising James Landrum, a Warren county 83x was unanimously that of tho other in Hawaii and will likely he deported. farmer, went to Bowling Green, filled up women, who seem to have a spite against Attorney at Law, The trial of tho leaders of tho insurrec- on mean whisky and then started heme. tho deity for not making them men. - tion is in progress. Three have pleaded On the way ho fell of his horso and frozo has g lilty to tho chargo of treason and their to Jeath. now tho Courier-JournAnd Will a? at Kxccutor, Administrator and Allien-ee- . examination held on A caught the craz9. Its issue of March 27, heads will likely pay the forfeit. Special attention clfn to Set el Springfield, O., showed the anniversary of tho founding of the The popularity of "Trilby," exceeds James Bettice, at and Stic aid Uivltlon of and a that his heart weighed 25 ounces, or InlauU' Lands. tho great Children's Freo Hospital, that of any novel of lato years. Already about 15 ounces more than that of the Ollice on LarcattcrSt ovcrSupt. W K. paper will be given over entirely to the over 100 tons of 93 pippr have been UBed in average mau. women, and pantaloons will have to editions, which are sold as fast , of Warren F. Putnam, make way for potticoats, so far as tho ed- as complete. The book revives the old FEN-ITBank, who was the Exeter National itorial force is concerned. It ia a big un- song "Ben Bolt," that our dertaking, but the Louisville ladie3 have tned to sing and it is all the fad in Louis-v.ll- e found guilty of embezzlement, Iirs been ttcutLst, sentenced to five years in State's prison a knack of getting thero and aro in no and other cities to sing, hum and at Concord, N. H. of being left, bo long aq Miss danger whistle it. -- A harrol containing steel casting?, Sydnor Miller is on deck. ' TriK Now York Suu gave two columns but which had formerly contained alco His friends, and they embrace his on of tho most prominent part of the paper hol, exploded at Brinton, Pa.,, instantly Office on Main Stree-- , Opxt4e ti? tiro acquaintance, will regret to know to tho lifo and death of Ward McAlistcr, killing John Dugan and fatally injuring It. Mnirs has been forced that Mr. James whose sole ohj'ct in lifo was to be a lead- Michael Purdy and Georgo Long. on account of ill health to retiro tempor er in society. Truly tho newspapers can Gjorgo Blackburn, of Barry, this arily fro'Ji tho management of tho Cen- make any man great, no matter in Stte, swallowed a piece of glass while what Of Lincoln County. tral Record and unite in tho hopo that role to play, provided ho plays eating. It lodged in his throat and hie In tho his part he will soon be fully restored. doctor wns unable to extract it. After with force and determination. The .Ntw last issue of that paper he announces untold agmiea death eamo to tho young AciuiiTat Frankfort once adjourned man's relief. that Mr. II. P. Cartwright will havo genMill. eral and Mr. L. L. Walker, the business to see an elephant Bim tho river, and Miss- Annio Veasey, sged 50, and management of it. now we aro told that at Hindman, Knott Mrs. Mary E. Hite were waylaid and Lancaster, Ky., county, Saturday another court followed robbed in Louisvillo Friday night of ia beI no in full The question of freo turnpikes precedent by ceaaing from its labors and more than $1,000. Miss Veasy was ol the builder operation, and Invites the attention of Lincoln countr to its ing aggitated all over the State and thero helping to catch a bear Note luperioi workmanthip nnd low prices. that had strayed known to carry all hermoney in a belt ia a growing demand for the abolition of into town. Tuere ia nothing liko pre- around her waist. SOME OUR toll gates. The time will come when all cedent in such matters. In 1821 the father of the lato Miss roads will bo free, but it will have to Perlectly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at Salome H. Snow, of Brunswick, Mo,, A low as Ji 50 per hundred. fjpei hiindrt-d-. reach that point gradually as thero is too The National prohibition orgnn, The Perfectly clear yellow poplai wither boarding at $10 in her narap in a Boston sav- He involved for speedy Voice, publishes a table to show that in 50 per hundred. Ai low as $1 30 per hundred much private capital Miss Snow died, never hav- Alfpatterns and thlcLnrsncs of Cellini; In yellow two years the vote of that so called par- ings bank. action. pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, as low ns Si at per money, which now hundred, Ioubl dressed lumber at low a. Jj per ty fell off 25 per cent. In Kentucky ing touched the hundred. Itcautifu! Tellow pim finishing lumber amounts to $1,395,31. speaker of tho Missouri House of alone tho loss was 2,099 votes. The quarter oak, Ac. Savo money by giving us you. This ia Slade, of C) Rov. and Mra. Thomas orders. Representatives is a candid soul, if he is not very encouraging, to say the least. THE LANCASTKk I'LANINT, MILL. wrapped their two months-olnjt up in parliamentary .practice. He Lnncaster, Ky 73 Cm baby up and putting it in its cradle, got mixed up in a labarinth of motions, NEWSY NOTES. went to prayor meeting. When they re amendments and substitutes, the other ead is the Staff of Life" The number lost by the foundering turned tho little thing was dead, having day, and acknowledged "he waa in a of the8teamer Elbe in the North sea whs been wrapped too closely. THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. hole," an id vociferous applause. 3U. Hoshaw, of 11. L. Gibbs and. Frank A charity hospital burned at Cleve- St. Paul, Minn., died laBt week frem tho Wk said last week that Brer Dyche, of tho London Echo, was in no danger of land, 0., together with four of its in- effects of a mad dog bite received in NoJoeing his mind as a result of the Cara- mates. vember. They wore bitten at tho same A Kaneaa City judge decidea that'an time by the eamo dog and they died bine meetings, because he had none Id lose. "You ain't got none neither" ia accident policy can bo collected in case within 48 hours of each other. C!nllpntnr Ben Johnson caused tLo about the substance of his labored ro of suicide. A Southern Pacific train was hold nrrpot of Geo. W. Smith, editor of a1 and that ought to settle it. spouse up near Wilcox, Ariz , and robbed of weekly paper, at Louisville, called JusThe Texas statesman who has present- about $50,000. tice, for criminal libel. Smith charged ed a bill to made it a crime puniahablo Ward McAllister, leader of New that Johnson had levied assessments on by fine of 1,000 or imprisonment in jail York's 400, died after a short illness of revenue officials for campaign purposes. for a year for any person to fail to grip, aged Ci, Rav. Bud Ellis, of Clay Hill, Mo,, a letter within ten daya after its reA darning needle four inches long shot and killed his wile and seven-yeaception, evidently has a sweetheart who was found in the liver of a beef killed at old daughter and then finished the hordoesn't appreciate hia billet doux. Winchester, O. rible job by sending a bullet through his Between tho years 1819 and 1891 tho brain. Rev. Ellis and his wife had reIn the fullness ot his wisJom, Pagan silver mines of this country $ySsrAivays Reliable. have yioldcd cently had a quarrel over tho purchase Bob Ingersoll, has decided thatsuicide is 1,151,817,575 worth of silver. of a farm. vinke the LIGHTEST BREAD, not a sin. Now let him proceed at once Two Mormon elders, who claimed to John Bailoy, at Hindman, Knott to commit it and make a "demmed moist" have 300 converts, were SWEETEST CAKES, whipped out of county, has just finished tho largest buildbody of himself, and humanity will for Boone county, W. Va., region of Kentucky. WHITEST BISCUITS. citizens. ing in tho mountain give his other sins if divinity will not. The saloon men at Hartford, say It contains tho a livery Btahlo, For Sale by man was fined $130 for they wero beaten by fraud in the local a hotel and several stores under ono roof. A Missouri : : Tho building is 150 feet loug by 125 feet kissing a negro woman without her per- option election, and will contest. Pacific Railroad Funding bill wido and cost almost as much as all the The mission. Ue ought to have been hung Dealer in General Merchandise, without tho benefit of clergy, even had was practically killed in the House by a public buildings in Knott county comvoto of 177 to 10S, recommitting it. bined. he obtained consent. VV. ; - alio hntl trod supei fbtous on thoBtngo long youngest member of tho now Senate. Marion Butler, of North Carolina, uiiroiiiut'y flnMly dccMcd who ia only 3t yearB old, will bo tho madWll0 no 1111 n vAitiil I n riltt Min( nuni, bolow P. WALTON. ed $113,-000,00- Sen-ato- rs i. y, bqv-er- al well-advertie- two-year-o- ld serg-eant-atar- e, It ia vfltim Ued'that only 700 people in South Carolina will ho subject to tho income tax. It ought to ba a very pop ular tax in that State. An issue of United States bonds in time ot peace is an outrage on tho peop'et and tho outrage ia growing deeper ami deadlier at every repetition. Tho Ainsden Block, out f tho best buainesB blocks in Versailles, was partially destroyed by tire Sunday morning. Thu loaa waj about f 10 000, with about $35,000 insurance Tho Administration ia said to have decided not to waste further timo and energy in endeavoMng to tecuro tho of a bond bill by this Coiiree, hut to sell $100,000,000 .t onto. It ia a notable fact tiiat in three Statea of the Union, Novv York, Now Jersey nud Illinois, there aro bills before the Legialaturo to curtail the big theatre hats. .Moro power to tho woman who clasps a tiny hunch of violets on her hack hair and calls it a bonnet. It is always tho case in a prohibition n'L'ht. FlemiUKburg has It now. Too election ia to bo held ou the l'Jtli. TlioJ wo in oi have organized and gone Into tiiu light in earnest. At a maps meeting Saturday they adopttd a resolution asking a drugibt, whom they accused of miming a blind tiger, to leave town. pus-siigo zro. These Bargains ARE Three spools of Clark's Thread for loc. ! THE Extra heavy yard wide unblenchcd cotton at 5c. KIND A good quality of bleached cottonr 1 jardwidc, at l4c 5c. THE A better piece, "Mope" brand, at 5 LOUISVILLE A nice line of white bed spreads at 75c to S2.50. STORE A big line of Fancy Linen Towels the following ALWAYS per pair. 42x18, fringed, at 25c per 40x15 at DELIGHTS in 15c sizes: pair. TO 54x25 Damask, knotted fringe and fancy border, at 75c per pair. These are sure enough bargains. Sets GIVE We have just received an elegant line of Lace Hcd and Lace Curtains, He sure to examine them: Phi" 4Sfc T Our line of Ladies'. Gents' and Children's SIiom rnmnlnt,. a ci,nn ....... leather tips, in sizes from 2X4 to 7 , ''ice laches . Dongola . ' , . , . ivi ii, iiij .1 ujinc ui iJjiiMi iiirown 111. special ? suf-frag- o. or Blue-Gra- TRAINED NTJRSE, Car-pen- And Furnishing Goods. A big line of Tailoring Samples just rcceiv-cand prices lower than ever before. Don't o examine them before you buy. DRIVE IN CLOTHING : d LOUISVILLE STORE, Lawrcnccburjj, Cynthiana y w. s. burch:, STAITFOHD, KIT., A. URUANSKY & CO., Proprietor, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Hranch Stores. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, lfcirdstown, Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. Stanford, at Kentucky. Court-Home- ex-que- . &S short-haire- d Wallaoa E. Varnon, Kentucky. Ft-tat- Stanford, Atto-iit- al post-morte- m NEW STOCK! Every thing new and the best in every line. McOa-ly'iotB- ce DE, W. B. Stanford, Kv. grand-mothe- ra E'-vi- ra Drugs, Books, Stationery. We solicit your trade. Old and New Customers will Receive Prompt Attention and Accurate Service. I'tt-'itfic- e TO TSSS ct.tisxssts "W. B. McROBERTS jtookscllrr'and Druggist. - Lancaster Planing 43SL ':?;r2e'c;v', SPECTACLES Fitted by Latest Scientific Examination Free. guarantee to fit or no pay. Mcth-ods. Wc Huy OF PRICES: ed DANKS, d Up to date in Style andJPriccs. - JEWELER. H. J. McROBERTS. your Watches, Clocks and Jewelry from Ballard's OBELISK FOOT WEAR Of Every Description. Flour & Powfe Kip, Calf and RubberBoots Men's Fine Shoes in Machine and Hand Sewed. Children's Srrmni Shoes. Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts and turns. an-Bw- er r WMIf C. post-offic- e, J. FXiOSlElTCE, la Receiving His FALL -:- - AND -:- - WINTER -- : Stanford, . Kentucky. GOODS. Goods Warranted and a PerfectFit Guaranteed. Give inc call cMl- - iNTERIURJOURNALl A oooi) odieo for . rcnf. Apply to W. for Wnllon. A Fko.nt furnin!iP(l roon for rout. p'y to Mm M I Vr.iy. Foil good Ap- - SrANFoiti), Ky., Fintu'AitY .", 181)5 vkv lmirovod bronzi jfohblors Halt. J. .Silk' Hriulit. End of town. E. C. Walton, Husiness Manager PERSONAL POINTS. Position wanted liy Imly HtcnoijiMphur iind Atlilrt'HH tliH olllcij. typfl-write- r. repjir. llousit and lot in tho West Houso of sir rooms in J. W. IVrriu. Tub shooting guiury uau shot itse'f nnd suttlo your nccount. away Our people either think they shoot yesterday. I need the money to run my buainefB. well enough, or do not wish to learn, to to DnllflB, M. F. Klkln. DwuiiiT Root, Jii., luiscono Tho dnu'giata of Kentucky tinvo And prices the spdiul money and time nt bucIi biuiuesB. Lowest, quility considered. We can save you Toxhn, to livi. abandoned their test caho in resistance F. B TwiDwin.!., HiiBtouville, is selling on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Come in and sec. Mil. J. T. Oaiison u huro on hi com WhilkIii Liberty last week Mr. Kd to tho law requiring ench of them to pay moivy groceries lowor than any one. Call and morclnl romulH. Wilkinson secured 11) mimes of parties $59 for n liceneo to sell whiskey. Mitp. S. 1. SrAiio mid Mrs. Llzzlu Mc. bo convinced, who are desirous of joining thu Maccn-be- e A New Knglnnd syndicate has bought AllnU-- nro both qulto nick. loilgo nnd a Tent will ba organized tho big cotton mill nt Denison, Texa?, M S. & J. W. IUimiiiman nro prepnr HlJKHTIH, of lllitioifl, is MltH. Kl.l.KS which was equipped nt n cost of ;500,000, iugtnputupn telephone lino but (teen there hi n short whilo. visit i n Mr. Annie JnmcH. their Htablo and the St. Asaph Hotel. but has never been operated. It will is not very likely that tho trial of It Mihh Liz.ik Duncan, of Monticullo, la furnish employment to 2.000 person?. VanarsilBll for tho murder ol Mi&s Maiiy D Smith has moved hrr visltiiiK Mrs. Dr. 0. A. Cox. Mhp. Polly Scoosamokk is nt tba point businecs to Miss Carrie Dr. Harro'l will occur at this term of the NEW ADVEHTJqKHKNT-Mercer circuit court, certainly not till of defttli. Slio is 78 jcmth old. PorterV residence on Lancaster streot. tho third week, nr.d cot then if his lawMil, John II, I'liuiv, thu insurance Onk TitonHND buBbels of seod oats for yers decide hu will profit by the law's man, ppi'nt a few tiny a in Louisville, on sale. You will save money by seeing delay. butilKB'. mo before you buy. B. K. Wearen. The ship of prosperity you have been looking for so long, has come. IIr.sDt.KY, of LebanMu. In sacred music Madam Bailey is peBy trading ono Year with O. D. You must not fail to get your portion. The name of the ship is was tbo KUt'st of his brother, J. S. on, Fahhkub, Attention. See Kirby nd culiarly effective. The Frankfort RoundPowell. Hundley. get a policy from him. Hvery ono in- about says that her rendition of "Hear "Economy" and it plies between Low Prices and Prosperity. Get on Granulated Sugar uJ-- ll fcr $i. C Suear ?( Mu. J. P. Jones has enRi'd ns travel- sured means Hint amount will be pitd Ye'Israel" completely entranced tho conMixed Tea 8o cU. and give to lbs. Su- at our low price Cash Harbor and you will miss all the high waves of Ibi.Si. ing ealeeinnn for Roney, Arnold A Co,, nnd not hnlf. Pepper gregation, as her beautiful and splendid- gar, j lurue packRci Soda 19c. Grain Matches extortion and storms oc. Ilananas 3 dozen 15c 10c worth of of indebtedness. Don't let this ship make anKnoxville, alioe men. ly cultivated voico filled the Christian fir;c. Shoes and Clothing it com Full line ol Tiik bulletin board in front of F. B. drummer' (ample saddles ktc-'st-. other trip without you. To day is the best time to start, time saved 3 cant Tomaof tlio Richmond Mk.T. 0. Adamu, church with sweetest melody. "I Know toes 35c. a cans Corn 15c. llest brown Cotton PiUitnernph, was thu inieat of ono of Twid well's store in Hustonvillo will tell that my Redeemer Liveth" is another of l.JRhtcr fMde4 to '4 tlooti Cigars 3 for 10c.5c.a is money made. you nt what unheard of prices ho is Bellbs. Hominy c,c Kufl weight Oyster a lbs. ice. Stnnford'a fair Sunday. her selections that never fails to delight Other goods too numerous to mention justxi ling groceries. cheap Wc buy live chickens, Ac. Mu. S 1". L.ckky, of Gallntin, Tenn, her hearers. C D. POWELL. spant several dnya with bin parents, Mr. Mu. M F. Xoiitii writes ns that lie is Tiik cold nnd huow, liko tho poor, rVT A DT V CVDTTD And Sugar. Lcae aid Mrs. W. M Iickey. being solicited to become a candidato for Tour lit rVrijJu Ilcdgctllle, .Ky order or write Mips Lrcv A icons and Mr. Juno II. the Legislature, by citizens from all parts seem determined to stay with us alwnys. to C. I.. Cartfr,O I 9 Two in r j light snows hnvo fallen since Hooker, of Hustonvllle, were the Ktieeta of tho couuty, and thinks now ho will our lab' nnd only a little hns melted. Tho of MfBs Annie McKinnoy, Sunday. : : shortly announco bimstlf. mercu y wns down to 18 degrees yester Michkb Caiihiu and Stkli.a Vanai-hday, at tho nir was still nnd tho sun JmaB Davison bus appointed DM.1, are in Lincoln county, thu guests of F,R, W. 15. Varnon public ndministrn-fo- r u lie u.uled, making people forget the M if tea Uiveus. Harrodebur Demo-crathe this county. It is so rare that a re- frigidity. The weather eervico tele- HUSTONYU.LE, KENTUCKY. . Offers his services to the people of West LinKamuki, Reynolds nnd family have publican dors such nn net ns appoint a graphed ns followt: coln jihI Casey Counties, hull stock of Colli us Fair, colder Tuesday morning. and Cation alw.iy. on hand, moved to Stanford, where they will democrat that it' is worthy of notice it 1) Carpenter, Manager. 95 make their future home. Wililatiifcburc will get. MATRIMOHIALJrIATTEnS. Herald. A Boy. A dicpatch to the family from Fifteen thouennd mnrringo lice lists MtK8 Hkssik M i kmii'ry nnd Delia Franklin tells of the arrival of a flno boy X)., were made out last year in Chicago. If HiikIhh, of Lancaster, took tbo train to bless the union of Mr. and Mrs. John Don't forget the place. Spot Cash Corner, just below Competition Physician and Surgeon, of tho town is 2,000,000, here HHturduy for Louisville to spend n Sail Owsley, Jr. We extend congratu the population just above inferior quality. fow weeki. Chicagonn has a chant o - lations to the Commonwealth's attorney this shows that a Mu. A.vC. Sink went to Cincinnati to get married once in liO years. nnd his lovely wife. A mnu in San Francisco committed yesterday to sell 50,000 feet of walnut Office in IlricV lfuildtaj; near Methodist church, Joseph lumber tlint ho Iihh had on tinud for n John Jonkh, of Freachersville, sent 10 suicido nftcr having married hia ninth residence with Kid.notice. llillou, on Danville 83 Pike, until further cunts to a Yankee, who advertised that wife. What a lot of trouble he would year or more. Hon. J. X. Saundkhs arrived from for that sum, ho would send tho name of havo saved himself had ho solved the 1 Springfield yesteiday. He in still a little any mnn's future wife. Tho answer camo mystery beforo he married his first wife. Mrs. Simonsou, wifo of ono of tho the worse for wear, but says hu is kooiI "Mrs. John Jones," and now Mr. Jonefl My stock of Millinery and Notions is kept conJL for a good ileal of work. reilizea that nil the fools nro not dead proprietors of thu, Mammoth Clothing stantly complete by wekly purchaies and jou House, Louisville, has been granted at can always find whit you want I Invite jou to Mils. Maiuiahkt Cchd, of Chicago, nnd an wont bo till ho dies. Flemingsburg $12,000 and possession call and Inspect Mrs. J. 1). Pettua nnd daughter, Mihs of tho United States Tiik MISSLICCIE nKAZLKY, of her two children for a term of two Maud, of Crab Orchard, have been the Stanford, Ky. recommends Hon. M. W.Howard, who and four yen's in her suit for divorce. Burets of Mrs, J. P. Cummins. will bu with us Feb. 1 Itb: "as a lecturO. 11. PHI' ITT. Miss JkSAiK Ru, of Harrodsburg, has Invitations to tho marriage of Miss II. II. KINO. of ability, and as a gentleman of expointed a fine portrait of Col. VY. 0. er reputation. Ho is Louia Tipton to Mr. C. F. Sugg, at the KING & Bradley, which has been presented to cellent character and Methodist church, Dyersburg, Tenn., a strong and eloquent ppenker, nnd will the. Young Men's Uradley Club of Louis Feb. Itb, at 7:30 r. m , havo bean repleasu the most critical of his audiences." Dig Line of. Home Made Breeching, Blind Bridles, &c villo. ceived by tho numorous friends of the will leave thit Mu. John IIiikiiit, Jii., Harvey Hei.m is rejoicing over tho fact lady hero. Tho fortunate groom will OYJERCOATS COST. morning to tnke a position in tbo Carter that tho court of appeals has reversed certainly draw a lovely Valentine. We are Agents for Dry Goods House, Louisville. Ho is an the judgment of tho Lincoln circuit court When Louis Rico was disposed to excellent young man and his friends ex in his case as executor for CapL Gaines play her false, Miss Rosa Suusifer, of OLIVER : CHILLED : PLOWS, pect to see him climb right along in (us Craig vs. W. II. Anderson. That court Boono county, brought suit Against him And have a now busiuths. decides Hint ho shall have all over nnd for breach of promise, laying her damaMerchandise, Mu. C. K Wood., of tbo Richmond above tho amount that the property hero ges at $30,000 Thu recalcitrant lover Full Line of General Call Rtfgiiter,1innnounc(8 that Mr. R. Lee brings fitter thu mortgage debt. concluded if sho valued him that high At lower prices than ever. us Ail fcr Cash. and sec D.vis, formerly of Crab Orchnrd, who .V PRUITT, KING Tiik ladies kand gentleman who will she thought a good deal of him, so he Moreland, Kv by tbo way is it' good writtr, has In en sought forgivenesa, bIjo relented nnd engaged to twist him in getting up the take part in tho beautiful drama, Damon marriage instead of a lawsuit will be JAS. fl YfcAGElt. GLO II. COOPER. local and other news of that excellmt and Pythias, at Walton's Opera House, tried. tho 10th of thu mjuth, already have paper. : : CHURCH AFFAIRS. Mibsks Anna, Run and Kato Cook, of t elr parts down Hue ami nro ready for is Proprietors of. Hustonvllle, have arrival in thu city to tie performance, notwithstanding it Tho MotlioilislH iiiow lmvo t vo weeks oil. Hambomo costumes enter tbo HnslnesH College and nro stop ntul jiroLmtioncra in Africa. ping with thu family of Mr. J. M. S m have been rented and nothing will be Tim 1 ttli annual Statu convention of lijft undone to make tho entertainment STNFOKI. KV. nioiiH on Twelfth rtrtot. They nro Intlio YoiuiK Men'd Christian Aepociation Having bought of P V Green hu LIverv ustlrnt class In every particular. telligent nnduttrHftivt young ladim nnd ness and added r.ew of Kentucky will bu held hi Lexington prepared to furnish bujgies and horset, we ate Dealers in . have already made in Any friendH among ground-hosaw his.shndow Satur Fob. Tiik 2 1. FIRST-CLAS- S our people Bowling Green Titnrs. TURNOUTS day for It wna cold and 'cloar nud went John Oiierb.icL'er, of Louisville, hns Tiiovoii still very feeble from his long back into his holo "pretty quick nlready." been ulecttul to succeed John W. Proctor On short notice. The truselmK public wilt find r' us ahvajis ready and willing to turnish lllneee, J mlgu .Smiley went to Harrods-biir- g "Great God," mUI the ground-hoas treasurer of tho Mothoiiibt church W g.on, tither single or double, or Cain of all kinds at ery LOW I'KICKS. The acos Sunday to bu on time to open bis As ho e p d from the cold, extension fund. boys in and around towu will alo find u the peo is far at ourt there yesterday. Ah Common, "That ugiy tdiudow to my too much, Kvnnguliat .Mills will begin a union pie to deal with. Stop with us when in townvo get back courts and entertainments nnd your horse and hole." Let me wealth's Attorney John Sam Owsley, Jr., meeting nt Lexington about April 1st, hide will be well cared for. YKAGER & COOPER i) nursing his first born nt Franklin, It ie And now for fix long weary weeks, when all the churches of that city vil Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky Sj Tho fiuzon Beaeon stayp, likely that the couuty attorney will have great revival. join hands in thu May God liavo pity on tho poor They beat the world. t till his place for n whilo at least. J. W. IlAlGHMAN Judge Tonoy has decided that tho M. S. Hal cumin. And givo us warmer days. '1 us Advocate has this to eay nboul Southern Baptist Theological Collego at Tiirkk Ykaus. Tho jury In tho Pat Louisville is exempt from taxation nnd Mr. R. G. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, who is taking a law course: Very good look Cano case, nflerlbeing out a couple of Hint tlio f72S 03 assessed nga'nst it can - PROPRIETORS lag fellow now, but when ho gets old days, returned a verdict givinghim three not bo collected. & SALE Which is under their management, is headquarters for the traveling Dr. Carrndiue began a meeting at will look liko William M. Kvarts. Will years in tho penitentiary4for the murder STA1JLE, public and is one of the best hotels in the State. an orntor of tho Blackburnian of Marshal Silcox, of Shelby City. Ho is Greenville, 111., Sunday and tho alitor make type. Sort of mountalncequo in mnnner, said to bo very) well pleased with tbo there has written to us for copies of tho - - Kentucky. withHKKD OK THE Intkmor Journal containing notices of but is beginning to feel nt home in the result and will.",tnke bis medicino out nn nppeal. The Btato of caso ns giv- his meeting hero. Bluegraes. Clover, genial soul, with If you need livery glvo us a call. Nothing but en nt tho timo ofjtlie murder must havo turnouts will leavo our stable. Sec us Marriage license was iseued yester- for prouounced aversion for ugly women. rate. In our been materially different from that pro day to John B. DeNurdi, formerly of this R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, HARNESS SHOP sented thejjury, else they could not havo place, but now of St. Mnrys, and Miss CITY AND VIR1NITY. found such ajverdict. Tho murder wns Aiinio Bosse, of Ottomheim. Tho You will find a good assortment of Harness, y Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. A. I), colleo cups i.'5c up at Dnnks'. Saddles, Ac. Haeyour repairing done by considered so unprovoked nnd unnecesWe have h will tako,place at the church at our man, he understands his busiccss. mechanic in our nit frj n tH j bwt types cf Rcgisterd China Fielo seta at Danks', tho Jew- sary that Cano barely escaped lynching Ottonhoim on Sunday noxt. Correspondence Solicited. day of ite'occurrence. tho BLACKSMITH SHOP. StocV. Ureeders secured from the. best herds In several dlfferentlStates. Utv. B. S. Butts, of GallipoliB, O , is eler. work and satisfactory Tiikiik was a bigltrial for disturbing re- an eccentric kind of a fellow. Ho open- Will guarantee norse anoer. Spectacles fltttd for f by Danks, tho our ed services tlio other night by placing prices. I ijr ligious worship.Saturday, at least it oc Jeweler. cupied tbo courtitho greater part of tho tho Bible on tho iloor in front of tho pulLost. Large, plain gold ring in Stan- day. The dieturbanc6 occurred at a pit nnd standing upon it. At a reJ ford or McKiuney. Liberal reward. M. school-hous- e on. the Hanging Fork cent funeral service, ho pointed at tho COURIER-JOURNA- L F. El kin. and Misses Lou Thurmond and Talithn corpse and said: If tho Bibliws truo Sells the Gemuinc Ho bents tbo Walker and, Will Tribblo (not tho poet) that man is in hell. Wii.ki.neon still leads. Is a ten page eight column democratic nowpaper. Writing of sanctification, tho wero charged world for a stylish hnir cut and a clean, and John Thurmond It contains tho bott of everything KOing. HENsayis: Phioille church goeis had RY WATTEHSON is the editor. easy shave. with making it. It.feeems that when a sample of sanctitlcation doctrino eonio PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. TnunK'sno ubo tnlkiug, Felix Twid tho contribution! wns taken only 20 cents showed up. Thojcollectora wanted mouths ago when tho Reverend Pickett well, tho HiiBtonvillo grocer, can not nnd Tho WEEKLY COURIEU.JOURNAL makes to try it again, but the preacher said it was in our midst. Ho explained tho vrrtr lihor.il irmi to afoul . nnd elves tree pre will not bo undersold. clubs. Sample copies ot the paper and should notbe!done, ns ho didn't enro to higher life with considerable effect at miums lor Premium Supplement sent freo to any four page ... .7 . rai but its results don't seem to bo address. Write to It is unlaw ful after Feb. 1st .to kill force them to'contributo if they did not tho time, boneflcinl. THE IMPERIAL STEEL LEVER HARROW, woodcocks, wild turkeys, dovea and squir want to. Tho quartette thereupon in- lastingly L ThoCOURIER-JOURNACO. trick, ti. irucM Is utt .,. . ii . .. " A preacher from n neighboring town fsr tnnr. tart ( I dulged in cnchinnationand disturbed tho A rel of a certain kind. i TmiS ut Lsvtr trtupvutiw ssr LOUISVILLE, KY. Ham-soMllMliU UU I ... Tuu 1 punta of Mi.ftSIrN The best Plow on the market. Ask jrg.m It li turs other worshippers. Tliev woro terrifical- remarked Saturday that tho mau ought 9b il n... The t Btaity Streas OurtSI. M. 0. VandkVkkk bought of J. T. Pot I XUl'is, sir. TH Strs who followed Carrndino here, til sirtt rtMwatts ly prosocutedby Messrs. R. 0. Warren Semi- - "Weekly Interior Journal, f 1 term las Tcp. A. n cottneo and lot on Whitley Avenuo your neighbor who runs one and n and J. B. Paxton nndlpowerfully defond to bo in jail. This is little severe, but And The for S700 and Iibb moved to towu. bo put to plowing corn. will have no other. Come and ed by Messrs. P. M. McRoberts and W. ho ought to is too ignorant to do much harm. Kinisoy Courier-Journ- al get prices and see the Plow before Tim song recital by Madam Cecilia A. Trlbble,;whenl tho court decided to is only tho polished and pleasing felIt Kppiughouser Bailey at Walton'a Opora diacharga tho "Indies" nnd flno tho buying. Will bo sent cue ear to any address for 33 7C. SOS" JTHE RUCHCK A CIOBI PLOW COMPANY, Canton, Ohio. $20 encb, thoIowestBum in such lows like Dr. Curradine, who cau sat tho Address W. P. WALTON. 12th is going to bo a feast Ilouee on tbo V. L. WITHERS, Salesman. isn b tin lord, Ky lIwMsrak. VlaUl s1 sats S3 woods a fire. cases muleand provided. music. Don't fail to attend. of Pi,KASKcall .Mita. J. P. Ham.ky tins boon qultu bIcW. Hkv S. M. Lou an went to Richmond Skkd oats for a tie. Jones, Stanford, or W. land. Address J. B. Jones, Tiik old Chritftimi ehiiroti now ueil by Wearon m a wardhouse, w8 broken into Saturday night, and some 10 or UO bushels of oats stoWi. B. iv. I nilxen Ponrol, the fighting pan-onlndictnd for nialiciotn shooting y tho Lowis county grand y. Rev. GeorgH II. Cox, reprfenthg tho Baptist Ministers' Aid Society, hero Sunday in the inter'Ht of that worthy cause. Tho society is mpporting 2!J worn out prcachera and so fur has expended 31:1,000. Contributions to the amount of about J50 wire obtained here Mr. Cox is a reformed newspaper man, but HUM retains an nHVction for tho craft. , j- pre-uh-u- .Oar Stock of. Drugs, Books, Paints : : And Oils is tBmtitSfum LARGE - WELL SELECTED. G. L. vry -- PENNY, Exr. u" dress-mnkin- g v YOUR F IAS ARRIVES ! $100.00 Saved m -- 4 iUI Severance & Son, Dry Goods, Carpets, Shoes. . J. T. STTTTOIT, UNDRTAK Kx-Jud- i t. J. E. BAXiIiOTJ, M. Stanford, Kentucky. TO TEE LADIES NEW STOCK 1 vice-preside- Collars, Hames, PRUITT, AT Trace Chains, 1 Clover, Timothy Seed Oats, Plows, &e. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Yeager & Cooper, '. Uvery anil Vcetl Stable, - g 21-- Drum-me- g, Chinaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, . CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS M.S.&J.W.Baufjhman, LIVERY, FEED Stanford, first-class The St. Asaph Hotel, BLUE-GltAS- mm Duroc Jersey Red Swine l!ri-dl- es, cere-mon- - feilS r. 1 in first-clas- s col-or- THE WEEKLY ' saifiB.K. WEAREN Gibbs' Mea-song- or m pakjs..iv,.cv.yar'fc . CIISS 1 I Imperial -- Plows, y, Bu I ir Weekly "gen-tlome- &-- -- B- ti m I kwtJB, in,. a i fn tiiiMi" 9 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa BUDS OF THE SEASON. AT irubliahoa Evory Tuosday and Friday WASHINGTON SOCIETY HAS MANY CHARMING DEBUTANTES. ge PKIi VIC A.1. not so paid K. IN" ADVAITCM will be 32.00 charged. Army nml Nny, Iilptntimtto nml Profc-slom- il eyc3 nud dark brown hnir, and, liko hor sisters, Ims boon carefully educated. Sho rides well nnd is decidedly fond of till outdoor oxerciso. Baroness Carmen vonSaurnm, daughter of tho German embassador, is a vory charming specimen nf thu bost typo of Itnllef I rnm IltislncM Caret. i well, has charming manners and Train leaves KowUuJ at 7:00 a m., returning at S'.to p. m. fs cordially liked (OopyrlKht, ISPo, by American I'ross by all who meet L. &'.N. LOCAL TIME CARD. hor. A pretty Tlioro woro ninny mltlttlons to ia 3; p m No. si, Train going North "roobtul gardun of Kirls" Inst ball was given in pm ' " No. a. " Docombor, 0110 for nonrly ovory tiny in hor honor at tho 11 51 p u " " South No. m " " 3 aj - .. No U, " cmbassy early in WMtiF tho inontli, and tho supply was not for several nioro attractive girls January. QUEEN & CRESCENT.'. wcro added to tho number during tho A very hand- Trun pais Junction City as follows: first half of tho present month. Ono of eomo girl is Miss ittu wyr"fe-iNo 3 North f No. South f ..- " ' 3 ..130pm tho first to bo presented was Miss Lind"itToyv I; t'7', 1115 am " ....1130pm " 6 " ...315am say Poor, daughter of Mr. and Airs. gott, daugl 5 ..600am Charles II. Poor and granddaughtor of tho Into Mr. Wil- 849pm ''to " 9 miss casskls. f tDo not Stop Admiral Poor. With hor mother eIio Ham II. Clngett, who bolongod to ono aw pw spout several years abroad in study. Slio of tho oldest families of Maryland, Is n porfect blond, tall, has a beautiful which interninrricd with tho Carrolls, figuro and charming manners. Brices and Sponccrs. Her mother to a flno old Alabama family. She About 2 years ago Edla Colouinn MoPhcrson, only daughter of Scnntor has lately roturned from her studios and Mrs. John Tt. McPhorson, went nbrond nnd is qnito n linguist, speaking well. abroad with her mother to finish hor education. Sho was then a fragilo slip Miss Isabollo L. ilnguor, daughter of of n girl. Thanks to much outdoor exor- Dr. Charlos E. Hagner, Is n tall, distincise sho is a flno horsewoman nml very guished looking girl, with flno flguro, fond of walking sho roturned tho dark brown hair, put smoothly back of health and a vory accomplished from n well shaped forehead, dark eyes young woman. Sho was introduced last and very swcot expression. Sho singa charmiusly, is n pleasing rondor nnd Absolutely has presided, with grnconnd rare- oxecu tivo nbilitv. over hor father's honso Z&bgz siuco tho death of her mother about two years nuo. Sho is tho only great- A cream of tarter baking powcranddauL'htor of Potcr Hagner, who der. Highest of all in leavening canio hero with tho government in 1800, Latest United States strength. nnd her family has boon identified with Aswocla-tlon.J Wnsli-inirlon's C.aOCAt TIME CARD. Circles Well Knprenteil Somo of the Neophytes Aro Itomurhably Clocr as Well as llaml.omc, highbred German maidens. lMigUMi vory Shospoaks Once on n tltno n man thoro was Vl s" ronzly illil deMrc A ront lo ttko front htiilnoti cares In short, gel out roMro-IItold his frionds of tits Intent; llorrot out bills. In fact. To rjoso lilt Moclt nmt business cut lie tisoil his uttnott tnct Hut. straiitfoto suy, hl trnilo hold up, ho had to buy. Jew It loolieO its If ho couldn't ault, No mutter how ho'il try. Until ono tiny it friend explained Why ho such tradohnd had, And now lie m out ol it for lieops tse Wagon, neatly new, Ka.tbnks Stales Ihal lhoowlhlrtJ lo puichaje HI thaw ,,000 pletse call on me st Stai.ford. John b. llledsoc r r m r Tw a larrn httrk one for m.o KUUlYlb WManfirt, principal or en t. I hey are en M.lnSi rut, in the Mrs M.J MI I.I.KU, Stanford. block ;j bUK OALb. lbs. rr-h- Ono-- h MONUMBHTS. GltANITBziucl 3IAKBL,IS. J.KARINS&CO., and bett material lluddert from erlitual and workmantbin Oftlce jio lhi'd Street, I oul.nllc, Ky. mu and Work bhopt, Montpelher, Vciment anu Carrara, Italy. Lane experience) original tieilgnt tatitfaction ite-lg- blUKK 1 t. VaAs. jPjjiwm A. S. ntlCE, UnNTlSI n mi )ilty SURGKON .fDceovtt McRoteits Dnif gStere in the lluiMlrg. Stanldid. 80 guatatilml 1 w" if llo's ordered out his nd' -- Printers' Ink. 1 "4 I "e.vw IkjW xfuy r , A 1'nllto .luilce. riali itidiro had n hnbltof betr- glng panlon on every occasion. Ono day ns ho was about to Icavo tho bench thu o Ulcer of the court reminded him that ho had not poased sentence of death on otic of tho criminals, ns he To Tlio XidiQS I w. r. , itta j T Jimtia, vott. . An 1 At my store yon will find one ol 'he finest Hocks of Millinery and Kmbruldery Material ever breuiiht lu Stanford. Ihavc aid cash fit my foods and sell them for cash, 10 low that you will le lorcrd to buy Irom me. An cxmpalion will convince you aud you lie Invited to male it. MKS. A. A McKIKNKY. JTOITBS BROS., w had intended. "Dear mel" said his lordship. "1 beg his pardon bring him up." Titbits. Knew Wh.it Ailed Mini. TO THE LADIES. I detire tocslt your attention to the fct that I am ready toseivc yon In Diws .la.log in any aud allstlcs. I lake ihe but f.thlon Joutna' and keed (Kitted on what ladles sheuhl wear, l'ncia icitonahlo Coma in and (jive we a trial I emptor none but tint class htlp Atpreivnt I can t found at Mlit Cairie reMdeme on l.ancanter Strivl. MISS.Mt.KV I) SMITH, Ktsprctluliy, Slanfuid, Ky. -;;-6i- Sole prfprtetors Dean's lllack Uiaaimd lnig WoshJ, KtlimaiM furnitnad Paint Metal and lion lletift hailtfactiM Uwaranteed. lltaek lliamtniil All ihi. rwintrd wth Dean's r.mt Kuarameed for yean Dsalcia la bj.l cittern l'uptaHd!lvamKd Itmi tilUtt. tftm Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Roo (r s Fronch-wspeciall- y "1 cannot guarantee an absolute euro in your case," said the physician, "but If you will .follow my directions Implicitly I can promlso a considerable reduction in your obesity." L'HE RILEY K. B. HOUSE Kentucky. d. Tor-ter- 'a niL,BY, l'roprlotor, pic-tur- o swered tho portly caller, Impatiently. "What I want Is to got somo o' this fat taken olT'n me." Chicago Tiibuitc. lie Didn't Cuteh On. "May 1 may I kiss thoho ruby lips?" "Sir! Do not think of btich a thlug for ono .moment!" "Well, I I could hardly help asking. I beg your" "Dou't you think, Mr. Hoppy, that orjc moment Is up by this time?" N. Y. Recorder. "That ain't what's trotiblin me, an- London, - - - J. B. HIGGINS, ,.,......l)talt; n . I have moved to my new llot.l and am brtUt icpaied than ecr to accommodate the public, jcod Livery attache! and svsiy coutemenc ds-,- O.veme.ca.l. krank Rlut)lt m rawaeir - All Kinds of Coal, 3D. S. OA3lPwUNTER, J. II. Oretn Pure Stanford, Kv. A Treat roi Tltc . At the well known old stand ol in Hustonvillo, every-thin- - Kontucky. ..II. Mm Moote will arrivn October tsf, with that Is new and nobby in the wiy of Has juit received a leauliful lint of g Government Food Report. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall Street, Now York. MISS M'rilERSON' ASH MISS Ut'RTON. year at a ball by a friend whom bIio nnd her mother wero visiting in Germany, but this is her first season in Washinggirls and Buperbly formed. ton, whero sho has spent much of hor lifo. Sho is ono of tho tallest of tho now ,.For a., Sofreahing Bath, Hot or Gold, A stylish Hair Trlmjor Clean Shave, go to Oook & Farmer's Barber Shop. If., ri immvm m A.IsP,a TnihiM i wi - " CAN I OIsTAIN A PATENT? For a prompt answer and an honest opinion, write to iU U.NN A: CO.. who have bad nearly nfty yours experience In the patent business. Cotnraunlcn-tlon- s strictly confidential. A Handbook at concerning I'ntriitn and bow to obtain thorn pent free. Also a catalogue Of mechanical and sclcntlflo books rent free. Talents taken through Munn & Co. TCCOlvo special notice In the. Hclcntillc Anierirnti, and thna are brought widely beforotho public without cost to the Inventor. This splendid paper. Issued weekly, elegantly Illustrated, baa by far t bo lareest circulation of any scientific work In thu world. 83 a year. Sample copies sent free. Halldlng Kdltlon, monthly, KM a year. Single copies, 'Hi cents. Every number contains beautiful plates. In colors, and photographs of new houses, with plans, enabling builders to show tho Address latest designs and secure contracts. Bboadway. A1UN.N & CO- - New Yokk. 3Wt COPYRIGHTS.- John B. Cattleman. A. O. Lanhaia W ROYAL insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &OASTLEMAJN MANAGERS, Oommorco Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. IfT. A. TBISBLE, kooal Acfont, STANFORD, KY. Hor father comes of tho Scotch clan Macphorsou and her mother of n flno old English family. Another tall, haudsomo girl, whoso flno flguro nnd graceful bearing aro owing to her fondness for riding and walking, is Mis Martha Hichborn, daughter of Chiof Constructor Philip Hiohbom, U. S. N. Sho was born in Philadelphia, but has spent mo.t of her lifo horo. On her mother's sido sho cones of good old Massachusetts stock. Tho only daughter of Lieutenant Commander and Mrs. Richard Hush was born in Philadelphia, whoro hor father's family has enjoyed social prominonco since colonial times. Sho is a lineal descendant of two signers of tho Declaration'of Independence Dr. Benjamin Hush of Pennsyl, Itichard vania and his Stockton of Now Jersey. Miss Rush has a flno figure, with fair complexion, bluo eyes and golden hnir. Sho roturned, not long before her debut, from a long stay abroad, whoro considerable timo was to tho cultivation of a sweot and powerful voico. Sho speaks French and is clover with her pencil. Lucy Leo Call, tho only daughter of Senator and Mrs. Call of Florida, has sjiont most of her lifo hero, for sho was only n year or two old when hor father first took his scat in tho souato. Sho is one of tho very tall and shapely girls with dark brown hair nnd oyes nnd bright expression. Sho has boon caroful-l- y oduoatedand possesses much musical talont. Sho comes of good Revolutionary stock on both sides nnd isconucctod with several prominent southern families. A vorv nrotrv and attractive brunctto is Miss Ilolen Hay, daughter of John Hay. Sho is tall and graceful. Sho spent last your abroad putting tho finishing touches to an oxcollent education. Thoro wero two debutantes in tho supremo court circlo, Ruth, second daugh- todr of Justico and Mrs. Harlan, and Elizaboth, youngest dnnghtor of Justico and Mrs. Brower. Miss Harlan is tall and fair, with light brown hair, gray fathor-in-lawdo-votflu-ont- ly ; J . SanjTrancisco. Portland A World's Fair Record. CHICAGO -- most charming women in Washington, nt ono of tho handsomest teas of tho season. Mis Sheiidan la a vory prutty accomplished nud attractive girl. Another good looking army girl is Miss Eliso Davis, second daughter of Maior and Mrs. Georuo W. Davis. Sho is a tall, sparkling brunette. Hor moth er was Miss Atoohn of Now Orleans, of Quito difSpanish and French ferent in coloring Is another daughter of tho nruiy, Miss Uossio Emory, of Maior Genoral Emory. She has an exquisitely fair complexion, gold en hair, dark eyes, a benutifnl llgnro and lovely manners. Leila Ford Burton, second daughtor of Lieutenant Colonel G. II. Burton, inspector general U. S. A., is a vory pretty girl nnd iuhorits hor good looks from both parents. Her fathor comos of good old Delawaro stock. Hor mothor U a daughter of Judge Larrabco of Wisconsin, for somo years member of coiigre-- 9 from thnt ttatt, and his wife, Minerva Norton of Cleveland, who was n great bollo and a beau.s$EZSi. ty to hor latest day. Miss Burton is of medium r height nud form, with fair complexion, rosy cheeks, gray oyes and bronzo brown hair. Sho has decided drain n t i a talent, paints cloverly miss HAONEK. nnd has written a number of poems and sketches of much promise. Miss Mary F. Ramsay is connected with both army and navy, nor father is Commodoro Francis M. Ramsay. Ills fathor was a gouoral in tho regular army nnd Mrs. Ramsay a slstor of General Martin F. McMahou. Miss Ramsay is of medium height and woll rounded flguro; has Eofr, smooth brown hair, blue oyes, fair skin and pretty dimples. Sho is woll educated and has ploaaiug manners. Another navy girl, Miss Emily Carroll Thomas, daughter of Commander Thomas of tho United Statos ship Bennington, stationed nt San Francisco, was introduced by her mothor to a vory largo oirclo of frionds at n pretty tea. Miss Thomas was born nt Newport, has lived hero soveral years nnd is rather proud of having recoived most of her education in our public schools. Sho is a member of tho Art Students' league nnd has nlroady douo somo excollont work in portraits. Sho is of medium holght and slender figure, with fair hair, gray oyos and bright expression. dc-ccn- IlrlatlTt'Iy. "tho District" Maud Do you liko Mr. Dinwiddle? Miss Mary Sheridan, eldest daughter ttock l'lost Ethel Oh, yes, I lllto him, relatively ing Mytll niextmine my lowtsi. bofoto buy of tho lato Qenoral Phil Sheridan, was Ihankins pnoti shall be the speaking. you for past favuis. resprctfuliy, introduced bv her mother, ono of tho KATK bUDUKRAK, Manager. Maud Relatively speaking? What over sinco. Surroys, Phaetons, Buggic3,5&c. Furniture and Stoves. Crince Oenulne Olivet Chilleu I'lowt Step in and te a line of Kk king Ctairt and 'utnnuie. Siovtt t hrtl'cr tlati ever heferc. IJ ery Stable and tllatktnuth bhtp Fer Kent do you meuu by that? Ethel Yon sec, I promised to sister to him. X. Y. Journal. Too I'romWoiioii. 1 boa The Myers House, IV W CHFKN. Trepnelur. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ol STANFORD. KY. grand-daucht- or (genially) just liko it, Littlo Girl (in digut want it. Good Xow.s. wish you Little Girl (pleadingly) would save that doll in tho window for me until mamma can como nud see Wo have hundreds Stanford, I : : : n Kontucky. Holrl aid l alien-a- t Cupltal Stock- Surpliiu - S200,000 21,300 Then I don't llrokru I'rotnlkos. Rector For once, a promise made at tho marriage altar is llltoly to bo kept. Wife To what do you reftr? Rector At a wedding this morning I got tho questions mixed and It wtw tho groom who promised to "lovu, honor and obey." X. Y. Wuokly. renmle Amrnltles., sec that odious Mrs. New-ricis here this evening. I wish you'd Introduce me to her. Muriel Why do you wish to know Clara I h her? Clara So that first opportunity. I can cut her nt tho Puck. filon-do- Ivory 6oap) Ky. Midland Cliiclimntl mid Frankfort Shortett and qulckeit between AtumitHi of ih public is invtiod lu ts fat .bat this It ihe cmly Natloaal lUak in Sunfeid I'rxler the provittotit of th Natltmal Hank Act ItptMiteit at tecuied net ohIv by the saplta liabtitt) lew aa tteck, but bv the noekKoUeit tieeunt eijual to the stuck, t athat dtxitMi ol thlt inttitution at tccured b) fund of $4Cw,euo. Mvs tom ttatrmcatt of the toadilktn ol the baak ytaile the United Stales ovcic-m.trt lutdt and Ittattett ar oantUcd at tuted litr.st govt'Bseni agents, thus treunng addilitnat HK.sri.tNK TO THE NOKTI AND KAr. nil peifctl taft ty let depotilort. Thu inttitutmn, originally ettaMMied as Ihi then All llnet Irom the South make duett cennee Ocpotit Hank cf Stanlutdin Hoot 111 Ctntril I'nl ir btill.m, t'mciaaati. with ltd as the Natnxal llsnk ol blinfoid in iSJ aaO el the"HlK Kom" lo ( hlcj;, St tgain it ntgaaiirdaa the I'lttt NatltHial llaak ol thr'ii:h trairs i.ouit. Imliiniln. L'olkniiKut, ClrieUnii Ntw iunlerd in iMIr, hat had pratliiaily au uuiuUi-luple- d York and I tot ton V'or lull Into auttoii call en oiuttetedf j yeart It Is W4tcr mpflicd nutrett n tit er addrcst jaw with ttcihtlM lui trutatunii butiotts piotitpl and libcrtUy than ever befors in lit lang and ly Uetuis tour tlckttv read vit "H) Kour." saturable eareer Acteuntt ol corporations, Ctrai and Individuals rttpectfully tollc U II MAKTIN, E.JO McCOHMACK. I'm. 1 rathe Maugr Cell I'att and Tkl. Agt. ted Directory ol thit Hank competed ol it The Cln innil,t). Korettus Ktd, Lincoln couuly ; S. T. Harm I.lcosln; J II. Collier. Lincoln, J. W. Ilaydeo, Stanford; S.ll lliughman, Litcoln; Only lhrect Line between J S. Hockcr. StiotorJ; an still runtime this thn tdiu will continue tt kivc ,nJ " well at the belt the miVrt ail.ir.lt. Special Attention to tho Traveling Public. Big : Four : Route. nt it, iti ficlu-etan- RTy, W A.Tribble.Stanlerdl M. D. Kliooit, Stanford; Frankfort, Georffotown and Paris, Garllfllo, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. TimoTtbl Dec. jx, A 1BJ4. S. Docker, i'reildcnt; A. T. I'. Hill.Staaford. K L. Tanner, McKinneyt M.J Millar. Ml. Vernon- - Atk for tickets via Kentucky Midlind. run by Central Standard l'nne, Trains Jai J A Mcltoberts, Cashier; McKlrer, AttiiUet Ciklfi. T11AINS KAST. No. 1. No j No 5 N 7 a. m. p. tn. a. m. p. in I.ve Franklort 7 00 t jo 8 30 415 s 40 " Klktein... ........ 7 11 Sjj 440 " Stamping Uround 7 i 3 co 939 515 " OeorKetownHra 7 47 319 iao 545 Farmers Rank&Trnst Paid up Capital of Surplus, iUCCtSSOIl . - Co Arr. CS. " Depot Paris C. . - 7 S jo Si Hi l00i 4 jo iJ Or STANFOKD, KV., laaowlully otgsniicd and ready Ur bunoeii will - TRAINS WKST. No. W' THE PROCTCn It Floats 4 OAMOLC CO. CI MTU BEST FOR SHIRTS. Lvc Paris .. .C S JO 1 4$ " C. S. Dejiot. ... io J7 641 is 30 6 4J (Icortfitown II 10 40 " it jt 143 I oj " Stamp's Ground 10 jr, 703 617 " Klkhotn .11 16 7 to 64$ 40 Ktankftrt...A ...1130 Arr 7 ijj too 73; Leave Frankfoit 8 30 a.m. ; arrive at Lexington 10:43 " m Li ate Frankfort 7 a m; arrive Cincinnati at . 10.. 0 in. Leave Krankfoit a:jop. m.Jarilvc Cincinnstl 8 3 p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. West Leave Georgetown 16:37 A. M.J airlve at Frankfort 11:30 A. M. East Leave Franklort a j) I'. M ; uirtte ft Georjelown3:j I'. M. Leave Frankfort 1 30 p m ; arrive Cincinnati 1 a m. a. No. 4. No 9 No p m. a m,, 8 $200,000. '2. 000. to TDK LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OH STANIOKD, VIA- JU.IKTTK M. BaBDITT. ?M If. 'ISVItlf HiwAlfcAiTt CHtCACORf(r- - MIS6CALL AND MISS DHKWKi:. PUIiLMAHSAWD RUNNING E. H PARLOR CARS. DINING - CARS. ONLY LINK FROM LOUISVILLE WRIIEJTO IUCON.D P A. K.J UKED.G. P. A Chicago, III Louisvi'le, Ky. St. Paul. ,,Y yOU ARE GOlNO ..THE., Denvor. ho&tb: west. LOUISVILLC 4 NSHVIILC fl. R. its Is the line for you, as Daily Trains Double clo.e connections at Make &QTJISVILLE And CINCINNATI ' For all points. THROUGH SUnford, Ky Ky ROUTAGTJUSECrkDED Koranyinronn.oniVrecfenti tn, W. A McQUOWN Triv. Pais Agent, unction City bluo oyos nnd pleasing expression. Hor intimates sny sho has a very swoot disposition. Miss Elizabeth Brewor is'slendor,with wavy brown hair, bluo eyes, a bright Sho expression and charming manner Epoaks SpauUh nnd French well, paints exquisitely on chiua and deBign her own gowns, which aro always pretty nud becoming. A tall, graceful blond, with bluo oyos and n most attritotlvo manner, is Miss Ilolen Steolo, fiocoiid daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Stoelo. She is highly accompliahwu, bjieaks several language, sketches cloverly nnd is a fcnrlau and . gracoful horsewoman. Miss Mnrgorrt Gibson Cuhols is tall, slender ni.d xry fair. Sho is a graceful dancer and fond of tho study of languages, ppenkiug French nud Gorman well H- -r father, Mr. John Casiols, Is a n.uiwiuf Puling lvHnla and promiuuiit In railroad matters Her mother was a Miss Flotrhcr, who was born and has lived nt'nrly over sinco on the rauio square F, nbovo Nineteenth street. A sister of Mrs. Oussuls' father was tho wifo of Daniel Wnltpr. Miss An'lrey Paimcefoto, fourth nnd youngetitd mghterof Sir Julian Pauuco-fote- , tho Hiitish ombnsiMdar, was at a vory bountiful ton to a largo number of friends from tho licst offiolnl nnd resident .'ts. Sho Is tall, with dark pro-Bent- Workhoshet. Cut' one pioco of hoavy cardboard in a perfect hoxagon or six sided piece nnd Fix smaller pieces, which fit each ono sido of the hexagon at the bottom, slant out toward the top and nro curved nt Iho upper odge. Cover the hexagon with a bit of plain old pink linen and cut from the largo enough to cover all of the six sides. On these embroider in whito silk quotations like the one giren nnd boos as nearly like nature as ponMuio or any other simple design you may prefer. Then cover neatly each of tho six piecos and line them with soft silk. To tho inner side of ono attach a full pockot for buttons, to another n small A Dainty samc-pioce-s I Poor i Health ' Now closing up) with the same, attsttand uadtt I tin tame management. Uy piovitiont of Itt chailer, dcpotitort are at lully prottcted as aie depositors in National Hanks, its tharcholdcis being held IndividuAlh haole to the talent ol the amount of their stcct value thcttol, lo addition lo tht therein at the amount invetted in auch shatrt It msy art si eitcutor, administrator, Iruttcc, Ac, at fully at tn individual To tboie wh entruited their huitineit to at while mnagintf tht Lincoln National Uaos. I1 Stanlaid, wc we here tender our many thanks and trutt they will continue to tcutact their butincst 6.73 p, m Lrave Cincinnati 7:30 a. m ; tribe I'ranVfort with ut, odeitng atagiuiamet far prompt attention to same, our twenty yeats' upcrMMew It 11:30 a m. and at libeialaccouiuiedatiMi at are Ihe Kentucky Miilliml Italivtyand cennec-tio- bankingwith tntind baMking. farm the shorten and cheapest route to all points South, Katt, Vorth and U'ott. ' O1HKCT0KS- j, For further infurmtttion apply to their agents. C. D. IIKIICAW, Ojn 1'ait ,Kenl. O 0. II. ll.UU'KH, llec'r& Oen Supt J J. Willlamt, Ml. VrutM, . H Shanks, buufoid, Frankfort, Ky pr ut HMOFOOC &m S J.S. t)ili),8laHfcrd; S J J. I'utkiy, Sianfdid; J. H Owtlsj-- , Staaltnl; F. Can. StuttUrd; WllliaHi Oorch, SutilMt); A. V; W II I (fiMM.MI)'ttli(vill II Cl II K BUM. I'llKliHH Kh, ill clankt. I'lrtli'rtt r J 'means so much more than 'you imagine serious and 'fntnl rlisnnQnQ rp;ii1t frnm trifling ailments neglected, Don't play with Nature's greatest gift health. ill visit v W M Hr taI tr, rl i , PTiHTrip'T'Cl i. ih O I IlAIHD1APJA,ALL POINTS: ILLINOIS, OHIO, WISCONSIN, W1SSO U R L JC ANS AS, WEBJTASk COLORADO, ARKAWSAS, CALIFORWafl, SOLD TO Brown's Iron Bitters cushion for pins ami ton thirdaueedlo-book- . Then ovorhaud them firmly to tho covored hoxagon, ono to oach sido, nnd tio oach two together with a ribbon bow whoro tho edges meet. Abovo this point laco thorn as tho illustration shows and mnko tho silk corda fast by sewing each point firmly to tho cloth. meiicine,hichia tters. out of sorts, weak nml generally ex- naustcil, nervous, have no apjietilc and can't work, begin at oncetak-iiithe most telia-- , tlc strengliicniiig K II youarclcellnp , RIDA Mi kv !EW0RLE4N5j VIA THF TEXAS, , lliown's Iron Hi- ties cure benefit comes from the ery first close nM t tt.iin jtur Utth, and It's pleasant to take. 1 A few hot- - lflS WEST, . NORTH-WES- T, S0DTH-WE- S1 . FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. . THE REST ROUTETOTHF $ Neuralgia, f Dyspepsia, It Cures Kidney nnd Liver Troubles, NORTH AND E&ST. 'ULIMAN VESTIBUIED COACHES, SLEEPING AHD PINING CARS SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE Superb To Vestibuled Trains Co-'"- b" FROM CINCINNATI Cliattanooa, nirmlngliam, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon and Jack sonvlltc. Through Sleeping Car to nirmlngliam, Albany. K'noxvllle, Ashevllle, Jackson, Vlcksburg nnd Shrevcport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Los Angeles and San Francisco every Thursday. Direct Route to the Southwest via New Orleans or via Shreveport. 0 DAILY TRAING TO CHATTANOOGm Send for Literature and Time Tobies. Constipation, Bad Blood Malaria, Nervous ailments Women's complaints. Get only the Genuine It has crossed red lives on (lie urjniicr. A'l utucrs atesub-sliluUs On rccctiJt of two 2c stamps we v !l . QRPOLKWESTERN RAILROAI CHEAPE3T, DEST AHO QUICKEST LINE. ' Wrlto Tor Rntcs, Mat, 'nmiililots, to uny Station Acent, or to Timc-Tnble- s, Detcrljv Clare Bincl Tulr li U 1 ami ITh rflu'.lljl World's' ce W. D. BCVILL. bocU-fr- BSOVN CHEM(CAU CO. BALTIMORE, MO. a'l rutgrr.141. KOA.MlkL.tl. M F. nntOO, ALLEN HULL, llli. 1'i.Miirr 1,1. Tr4trllji I'tw. X$ lUnVlkl', VA. IIIIIJIIIIX.O. rAA jtSUY, qjjjAii i a -- .V v4 i ar- "as 'shkMi k trfa.