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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895021901 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. - -- ., .f- - rv "S Semi Weekly Interior Journal. VOL. XXII. Convention Call. 15 STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY,FEBRUARY 19, 1895. CRAB ORCHARD. NO. 99 FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Our little town hng a hopeful out- Alnautara'a fee will bo 1500 this ntoacli voting precinct nt tlio regular look, with no saloons, flourishing schools, year. county nd IoIbIii pleasant voting place In each aud accommodating- - merchants, -- George Ikker sold to Joe Wright Mvo district a convention of tho demoprospective new hotel, threo resident five fat heifers at 2 cratic voters tljoreof At 'J o'clock v M , to Pinchers and preaching every Lord's -- A herder and" 2,000 sheep perished Beloct delected to a county or legislative (Uy -surely tho elgns of tho times aro in a Monlana blizztrd. At tho coundistrlctjconventlon.tobH held boxful. -Di- n-ctly, 2:071, holds both tho two ty uost, except that in counties Atid cit'es -- Mr. Jhiu-- b W. Brooks, of St. Louis, nnd three-yea- r old pacing records, composed o( mora than ono leKisIallvti and his brother, William, made glad tho -- Win. Herring bought In Rockcastle district, tho ilelctfitus slnll unit At hearts of their mother aud sister, by a nsmall bunch of bulcherstufl some placo to be designated by thorespec visit iu ilium mis webK. it is a Dentin- - ic Mvo legislative district committees, ou ful trait, after sons have left the parental Frank Evans stabbed Ed Martin to i , Monday, Juuo 17, t 2 o'clock roof, to light tho battles of life, to still re- death with a table fork at Hot Springs, and at said county nnd district couvun member the lonely ones left at home, by Ark. tiona delegates slmll be chosen to repre- llttlo visits of sunshine as often ai posLou Chief, the great show mare, is sent said counties nnd legislative districts being driven on the road in Central bo held at sible in a Statu Convention, to Bro. Campbell, of Lancaster, assist Park. Louisville on Tuesday, June -- ', at 12 ed by Bro. Win Walden, filled tho J. R Slaton, a farmer of Bullock o'clock. Christian pulpit Sunday a. m. and even- county, Ga., cleared 113,000 last season Tho basis of representation on tho pail ing, delivering two most excellent ser- on watermelons o( each precinct to said county and legismons. Ho is a gentleman of rare Intel -- Silk wood, 2:07, and Jos Patchen. lative district conventions shall be ono lectual culture. Ho was born and rear- 2:01, are matched for a race at SacramenCO votes cast for tho delegate for each ed amid the classic shades of Bethany to, Cal., on the 22d. democratic electors at tho presidential College and Is 4 grandson of the immorE. G Baugh bought of tho heirs of election in 1892, and also ono delegate tal, but now sainted Alexander Camp- B. B. Young, their farm of 110 acres for each fraction over 25 votes so cast; Tho church here desires the servi near Highland for $425. provided however, that such precincts as bell. eta o( Bro. Campbell for half his timo A car of White Northern Beed Oats cut less than 25 votes for said electors uud we trust ho will become a resident of just received. Call or write for sample. delegate. Bhall bo entitled to ono J. II. Btughman k Co. The basis of representation to tho our place. Messrs Burton and Noel, two promTho value of the butter aqd cheese State Convention from counties and legising young gentleman ol Lancaster, at- product of the United Stat-- s is estiraa islative districts shall bo one delegate for every 200 votes aud each fraction ov-o- r tended church hero on Sunday, Mia ted at over 900,000,000. Tho Louisville Driving and Fair As100 votes for tho democratic ulectrrs Lottie Dillon, after a visit to friends in Lancaster, returned Saturday to her sociation will hang up $11,500 In purses 1892; proat the presidential election in vided however, that such counties as home here, accompanied by Mies Mattie at its meeting Sept. South Carolina's legislature has pastcast 100 votes or less for said electors at Jones. Mr. Conrad Coy and Burton g and a lid election shall bo entitled to one del- Roberts, of Madison county, wero pleas- ed a hill prohibiting ant guests, this week, of friendj at Col-leg- o pool selling ou horse races egate. Home. The many friends of Mrs. Crit Davis will have Dolly Wilkes FoliSnisg aro the announced candiUormliy are pleased to know that she is 2:14 4 in his stable Ulia a trail TVt uuu ta nikfit dates: iui r Resolved that on Juno therohohohl CHURCH AFFAIRS. I'l J atljto i- 9-- book-makin- . Governor Clay nnd Hardin. Lieutenant Governor It. Tr Tyler, ol Hickman; Judga M I). Drown, of- Hop-klnsvill- Oacar Turner, Jr., of lxniiBville. Secretary of State -- C. V. Metcalfe, of 1'inoville; J. Stoddard Johnson, of Louisville; Ma. II. A. Hale, offGraves. V. J. ilendrick, of Attorney General Fleming. Auditor L C Norman, of Hoone. Commissioner of Agriculture -- fon U Nail, of Louliville; Xicholai McDjwoII, of lloyle. Treasurer W. II. Gardner, of Hnrdin; 11 O. Ford, of Clay; John V. Herudon, ol Louisville. Register of Lind Otllcc Green U. Swaugo.ot Wo.lo county; M. F. Brink- ley, of Rockcastle. Tho sunny Soath was wrapped in a winding sheet of snow;; Friday. Even Mexico was troated.to snow andoreral inches fell at Corpus Christ). At Galveston 14 inched foil aad,New Orleans rovel ed in eight inches. There was a heavy fall at Tallahassee, Fla.. and tho first in 13 years at Drums trick, Ga. .Mobile was surprised by flvo inches, while snow fell heavily a- Savannah, Ga., forthe first timo la 25 years. For three days, past the thermometer at (Jacksonville, Fla., has registered below 30 degrees. The Siberian Railway hai been opened to Omsk, 2,200 miles from St. Peters burg, and it is possible to go from one place to tho other in four and a half days. In building part of tho lino tho meu had often to carry their food with them, and sometimes had to bo lowered inj.basketa n order to prepare the track. A company has been formed to an electrical railway to tho Yoso. tnite. Power is to bo obtained from tho Merced river at three points. Tho road is to be of standard gauge and will transport freight as welt as passuugers. A jury at Lebanon rendered a heavy verdict against the L. and N. William Matliugly gets 110,000 for being injured while uitrving as a brakemiu. con-ntru- ct convalescent ufler quite an illness of. some days. The proprietors and occupants of the recently burned hotel desire at this, n their rirst opportunity, amid their and' distress, to express their heartfelt gratitude to the people of Crab Orchard for their untiring elfbrts to res one their burning property, furniture and clothing, aud their unbounded and liberality atrordingtheir pro tectiou and entertainment sinco their severe less. Thu people en masse came to their relief and their assistance, and homes by tho score were thrown wide open with an invitation to "come !u and hi with up," tor all of which they feel deeply grateful aud take this method of expressing their gratitnde to each and all. con-fusioIiob-pitali- ty fist hut ia "raltln IipihImiI (i m " The U. S. is far from being "busted" yet. In reply to a Senato inquiry Secre, tary Carlisle shows that on January there was in tho treasury an unexpended balance of 1255,955,039, and Mr. Wilson, chairman of tho ways and means committee, declares that "there is an' available csh balance In the treasury of 1105,000,000, larger by $30,000,000 than to-da- Smiley's combination sio of non. standard, unpedigreed horses, at Lexington, averaged ISO for 101 head. From his farm at Dtlmeny, Lord Rosebery Ins jut sold in ono bunch 142 fat bullock at an average of f 207 a head. Mules were about $5 a head higher last Monday on Columbia market, sayB Columbia, Term , Herald, than they have been for several mouths. A few bunches of Iambs have been sold at $ 25 for June delivery, but the opiniou is held by some that lambs will bring better prices than this. Advocate. Tho get of Gambetta Wilkes won-nirly $13,000 last year. He was represented by 27 Bons and daughters. Martha P., 2:18, pacing, was the biggest win ner. Henry II Owsley, prominent turf. man ol ersailles, while cntting a chew of tobacco, severed an artery in his hand and cauio near bleeding to death. He is in a dangerous cond'tion, blood poison-inhaving set in. J o g OF A LOCAL NATURE. it was on June 30, 1S92." bloodhound for which Marion county recently paid $150 died a few days ago. This dog has been rather an expensive animal on tho hands of the county clerk, as a bill for ,'f00 for keep ing tho dog was allowed tho last term of Ciiurt of Claims, making her cost total $210, and no profit was ever derived from her. A detachment of Mooiish cavalry Bent some ghastly trophies of war to tho sultan. They consist of two cartloads of human heads, which were obtained during a recent expedition against tho Rhama rebolc They have boen salted iu order to preserve them, aud will be prenented to the sultan in thatcomditiou. Li Hung Chang is himsolf again. The. Chinese Emperor is reported to have upon the Viceroy thoyellow jicket, tho threo-eyopeacock feather aud Otlior honors of which he had been divested, and will send him to Japan immediately hb a peace envoy. Ziehary Taylor Youug, who cauio into promiuencu on account of his connection with the deadly feuds in Rowan county a few years ug., expired suddenly in Mt. Sterling early Thursday morning. Peter Mason assassinated E. B. Lyle in Christian county. They had had a falling out and tho negro shot him while he was feeding his stock and unconscious of danger. Tnu democrats iu tho Alabama L,cgiiaimo nuvo luimieu campaign billj providing for a promises by fair contest of State elections and amending tho objectionable features of the ballot law. Paralysis of tho heart caused tho death of Dr. L O. Wagnc, ono of the most promtueut physicians iu Jcs3amtno county. A d James Lane Alloii, contributes an in tereetiug paper to tho Southern M.igmno for February. Tho Hrticlo is called "Hug-lisKentucky Echoes,' nnd is beautifully illustrated by eugrav ings from tho paiuting of Robert Hums Wilson, Carl Brenner, and otliere. There nrounumborbf other excellent article in the number, as well as much choice inigcell.ii)'. Remember that wo send this magiizluu aud the I.stkiiiou Jouhnal 1 year for $2.75. h Wood-notes-wit- Mrs. Louisa Pointer has been appointed postmaster at Leroy, Pulaski county. Anna M. Clements has been appoint od postmaster at Clemeutsvilie, Casey county, vice Albert Clements, deed. Fire which began in Schmitt Jc Co's store destroyed four buildings ou Cumberland Avenue, Middlesboro, which the News says causes a loss of nearly $7,000, with small insurance. J. E Vowels, who occupied one of the buildings, got everything out. Tho most select, compact, refined minstrel organization in existence Gorton's Famous New Orleans Minstrels -- will appear at Walton's Opera House Tuesday, Feb. 20, in strictly first class performance of modern minstreley, sparkling with musical gcms,under tho immediate direction of tho composer. Prof. Joseph Gorton. Tho company is a large one, nil white Artists of established reputation as refined burnt cork exponents, aud Iidb just returned from a prolonged aud vi ry successful tour of tho West Indies. During the ptst two seasons two extensive tours of the Pacific Coast, British Columbia, Puget Sound, Manitoba and tho entire Northwest have been made. Tho Southern Baptist Seminary at Louisvlllo has more people than any other institution of the kinl in the country, leading Princeton by five: Tho Atlanta clergyman who preached a sermon by telephone evidently didn't wnut to save his hearers from Hell-o- . Covington Commonwealth. As tho preachers and many of the congregation wish to attend the K. P. entertainment the Baptist meet ing will begin promptly at 0:30 i m Dr. Boyet is a momber of tho order himself. A'Cincinnatl Baptist church advertised inflaming headlines that the subject of the service Friday night would be 'Who Will Be In Hell7" and added the significant words. "Every one made wel come." The Lexington Conference oi the M. E. church, colored, will meet in Maya-villMarch 13th, and will continue five dayB. Bishop Hurst, of Washington, D. O., will preside. The Broadway Christian church of Lexington now has 1,110 members, a net gain of 310 under the ministry of Rev. Mark Collis. During this period the church has contributed $25,000 for various purposes. were eix Baptist, four Christian, two Presbyterian and Iwo Methd dist preachers in town yesterday, not counting several of the colored churches. Surely wo have enough leaders to take us to heaven, if wo will only follow. In a sermon at the Broadway Methodist church in Louisville, Sunday, Rev. W. M. Leftwich, of Nashville, said if ho wanted to send a son of his to hell ho would bring him to Louisville, the society of which ho roasted from end to end. The pope has modified his order against "holy fathers" riding bicycles, and uow says they may ride if they can do so in a dignified manner. As it is utterly impossible for a preacher to look dignified ou a wheel, it is thought that but few will attempt the impossible. Sam Jones makes some salty charges against the bishops and presiding elders of tho Methodist church. Rings for the accomplishment of selfish ends have been formed," which aro a disgrace to Christianity he says, and adds: We charge that to be a pet or kinsman of some bishops is the best guarantee of an Wo charge again that appointment. some of the bishops have been unchris tian, dictatorial and unkind to evangelists who have given their life to the work of the church. The singing is a decided feature of the Baptist meetings, Fifty voices unite with Mr. Beville, the leader, in sending up melodious praises to the Heavenly King and they mako music, decidedly pleasant to listen to. Dr. Boyet is an eloquent preacher and is winning gojd-e- n opinions from all who hear him, The only objection to bis methods, if that can be classed an objection, is the one of "pulling 'em up" by personal appeals to individuals in the congregation. Already have confessed and the 14 persons promise is for a rich harvest. t, e, here Our Last Call. Before Springtime every overcoat, every heavy suit, every blanket, every comfort, all heavy underwear, all woolen hosiery, all our boots, all our heavy shoes are to be sold in the next two weeks to make room for our immense stock of spring goods. If you want anything in these goods let us ask you to come and see us before buying. Whether you need these goods or not, It Will Pay You to Buy Them at our prices. We are even now receiving our Spring stock of Dress Goods, clothing, ladies' shirt waists, gents' white and colored shirts, boys' waists, ladies', misses and gents' shoes. Embroideries, laces, white goods and wash fabrics of every kind, hosiery, kid gloves and corsets, towels, table linens, and everything kept in a dry goods store and at prices we know you can afford to invest your money! We shall continue to sell staples at prices given you in a former issue of this paper and will if possible make it both pleasant and profitable for you to trade with us. HUGHES & TATE. FOR INSURANCE THAT INSURES, -- SEE- Kirby , The Insurance Man, If you want to get in the best companies. Farmers can save money by seeing him. TJBLimES f n K&,5',5 HUSTONVIULE, KY, W X FIVE REASONS WHY HZvlFm eG7rlKl yj w km 20 f Can Sell Goods ChBapsr than DHiera. I wish to thank my many friends and patrons for their very liberal patronage. I am now in position to sell goods cheaper than any of my competitors, i. Because I have no rent to pay cither for busiclerks ness house or dwelling. 2. I keep no 3. I have no city tax for water and lights. 4. I pay cash for all of my to pay goods and give the trade the benefit of the big discounts 5. I will sell for cash, or 30 days only to responsible people, and will lose no bad debts, and need no extra clerk to itemize long accounts. These are my terms and I cannot change them under any circumstances. To convince one anrJ all exarfiine these prices. Baker's Flour, $ 1.50 per 100, best green Cof-feGROCERIES. Arbuckles22jc, Granulated Sugar 22 lbs for Si, special 23jc, prices in barrel lots, good green coffee 20c, black pepper 1 ic, raisins, figs and prunes Sc. Best corn and tomatoes 3 cans for 25c, and other bargains in the same line. BOOTS AND SHOES. Mens heavy boot $2, former price S3. 50, high-priced d WILLOW GROVE. Isaw her dainty petticoat, Its mill's blown awry, I mv a hlue silk stacking, too, With more than half an eye, And Of Mr. Simeon Cook is confined to his bed with a serious attack of la grippe. Mr. Rtubon Gentry tells us that he keeps one hand busy preparing his Berkshire hogs for the summer fairs. Mr. John Spoonamoro has purchased of Win. Snow his farm on the Hanging Fork. Mr. Snow has not decided whether he will rent or move to Cumberland county. Considerable trouble is being experienced over tho disposal of tho King farm. We understand that the place wfis rented early in Autumn to Fred P. Bishop, on condition that B. F. Gover, acting for other parties, was to have the refusal. Both parties now claim to have legally rented the farm and both have taken possession. As a suit is in progress for tho proper ownership of tho property, it is very probable that both Gover and Bishop will be compelled o A good one forSi S, heavy plow ihots 75c, the best one made lot $1.25. Mens fine shoes, lace anl Si 53 and Jj.ji. Ladles' Kid, patent tip, St. Congress, at$i,1i as, Ji sound $1 farmer price $1.51, A first class ladles' kid shoe on all different lasts it $1.35, that other merchants are selling at $2. I will close out my present stock of clothing re- CLOTHING. garOless of cost. I inly mention a few to show how cheap they are. A .ood black wool Cheviot suit lor men at f $ 93. Hetvy, a voMcassimere pin's at $1, in Uct anyttun? In stock at less monry than A 203d langOveroat fora. You must see the birgains I havo tc properly you ever bort)ht thorn appreciate thetn. f, 1 DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS at such marvelous reductions that it seems almost Impossible. I can only mention a few. All calicoes at 4c. including Indigos, blacks and mournings Matonvii'e ano Lontdale bleach cott:ns at 7c. All wool casstnuros and Henriettas, 40 inches wide, at 35c. 4 spjols of CUrk's tnread fjr 15c, anda thojsan ' things I haven't space to mention Gojds were never aoll as low at I will sell them. Remember my terms are CASH, or the limit to responsible people is 30 days. All accounts arj now ,ast duo oml thje indeMod to mo will Clothing now on hand at great I reduced please settU at 01.ee. JSN'y spring saiiples of tutor-mak- e JAMES FRVt, Hustonvllle, Ky. prices. Withers & Hocker, Undertakers and Dealers in Furniture, Stanford. A larger and better assorted stock cannot be found iu Central Kentucky. Your vacate r. Half rates to Cincinnati via Queen it Crescent Route. Ou occasion of the Annual State Conference Kp worth League Newport, Ky., which occurs on February 22nd toSlth, the Q icon & Orescent Route will Bell tlcketB ta Cincinnati nnd return, from all Htntlons in Kentucky at one faro for tho round trip, selling February 21st, nnd 22nd, good until February 25th, to rdturn. Ask ngeutri for particulars or W. C. Uiiiuirsou, G. P. A., Cincinnati. All Froo H, eti! I aiw thu white lace frill something else oh my! Why not? 'Twas but my lady's laundry Hanging up to dry. Friend Why do you send your 1 us- band's clothes to a tailor, when all they need is a button? Mrs. Mantofem Well, the.faet Is my husband married so young that he never learned how to sew on buttons. N. Y. Weekly. Judge J. R. Ualiam, father of Hon Theudore Hallam, in dead at Covington. Mr. George A. Mills, of Lebanon, Conn,, sayi: was aillided with rheumatism in my back all last winter. It -was so severe at tlwes that I could '- -" no- Irun or'ronont side. I tn.d different remedies without leceivin bought a bottle of Chamberlain's aayrolicfunt.il 1'ain Halm. After using it lor three days, according to directions, my rheumatism was gono and has not relurned slncn. 1 have since recommended it to others and kuo they have been bentuit ed by Its use. For sale btrUr.S. G. Hocker, druggUt, Stan- foid. m Those who have mini Dr. Kiiik'J N'uw Dlscov in. vln and Dime who havn not. have nw the opportunity .'--lu try it Tree. Call "n tho Jr - ati ialbttlelrt. Send your name to It. K. Hint en ,V Co., Cliicasn, ami trial bottle nf Dr. King' Now I.lle 1'ilN as Rem well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor free. All of which it guaranteed to do you good and cott you nolhitiK at A. K. Penny's cryknow ..' 1 drugstore. Mr J A. Scriv!), it pr i.mueut inanulacturer of iS East 15th street, New York City, purchased a I onto or Chamlcrliin's Cough Kempdy (com druggist II II. Lano, I'ceksklll, N. Y. Such good results (ollotved li u that he lent back to Mr. Line for twc bottles more of the samo remedy IhowjwhogWo thu medicine a trial urn tt Mom salitfud w.ihajy other when ill need of such a prppiration It H unequalled for coni(h and colds Kor tale by Or S. d, Hixker, druggi!, Stanford. 13 cents In postage stamps we will matt you our Souvenir I'urtlolio uithu World's Columbian Kxpoilion. I'he regular prico is 50c, but is we want you In ruvo oni wo ike the price nominal. You will tied it a work of An and a thine to be prized. It contains lull pane views ol the great buildings, wilhdetcrlpticusof same and iseiecuted In tho tiuhrtt lylo ol art. If not satlttied with it after you ft it we will refund the Unp and lot ou keep the book. Address II, K. llacklcn ChUago, III. 111 Soo tho World's Fair for 15 bpon receipt of your uddiusi and Cents. tl Atlllctod with Rboumatlsm There aro two contestants forthe Spl omore watch at Centre College this When you see our immjnss li le a iJ low, C;nh prices Come in and year. They aro M. Leo Rtnoy, formerly nice Rocking Chair, Bed Room Suit, oi Stanford, but now of Danville, and learn how low ou can buy a Hubert Slioann, nloo of Danville. The Couch, Mattrcsecs and Springs. Call and see us. contest promises to bo an unusually WITHERS & HOCKER. one and tho friend a of each al ready claim tho victory. Ranoy, like the little giant of 1'liuoie, Stephen A HERE IS TH E LEADER !. Douglas, is a veritable midget in h!z t, hi t also likri him in mental endowment a giant intellect. Shearin is only 1C And bears tho distinction of nover having been defeated iu a mental contest. Who- atmrviflft ' nt.. n.UO II... 1U lij.l ..M.V UVll iilnu it'tll lint. ...... n. tiuril Uh.lV a id some go so far as ro predict that U 0 vfc?Br&Zs4sssssSuflsfksssBTrTlssJksiisi AsufssjsjjaijggsjsJJJIM ST" witches will h giwn. lBf A. ex-c'tin- Hearts Will Leap for Joy g I 1 j -- n- I "I aliall expi'ct you, citul the Justice to the colored culprit, "to tell the whole "Tl.. Irnlli anl.?' I'V.a " I...II. - o. wu 1111.11. "'" " ..! r.. 11 11.. in.. 1... ra ..tiiiiiuo oia iiiuimii. -- ai ieum?, lanta Constitution. -- I JtMassflt ti:ftHl'iBssfe 11 .jitimKmmKKfmmmJmmr 7"'ffS3WsHpBsQ9HHBV9Hsw fT lanAvv Hufii MWBs -- AH83- TT-- " -- r V- - is indeed a grand remedy, I can recommend It to all I have teen it used lor whooping cojgh with the beat results.'1 at and 5) cent bottlos. J'' ir sale by Dr. S. G. ilocker, druKglst, Stan. fcrJ, J.bcllo ves that Chamberlain's Ccngb Remedy jliouiU be In every home. lie used It tor a cold and it a pteJy euro, lie says "It N. -- C'arUon Cornwall, imemau ofthe Uaiotte, n, The best salve 111 the woild for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap ped hands, cniioiains, corns inu an skiu eruptions. It positively cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is guaranteed to give pertect satisfaction or money relunded. l'nce a cents perj box. Kor sale by A K. Penny, btamoru, Ny. nuoklln'a Arnica Salvo. Tho Government haa to liovomom-anil hb Cougreai h.is refused to allow the issue of hon la pnyahle specifically in gold, the people will have to pay f more fir what the Government ia compelled borrow. -- The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Over too now in use in uncoin county and all of them giving satis'action. It has no cqiul. Costs less to keep it in repair and i oes the wor t ctte than ..ny plow made. I W. H WEAREN & GO. a'-.- i - ttifl and Nashville railroad and contents at : : Decatur, Ala., were burned Friday night. Two school children, a brother and sister, and found locked in each otheis' HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. The withdrawal does not relieve the . .! Gkobqr V. TitirLicTT haa retired arras were frozen to death near Pareonp, Hon. Often Mi services to the people ot Weit I.in- board of its duty. It will have to decide from the Owensboro Inquirer and will W. Va. Pull atfwlr rf PnlRnt ...! r.. rv..nil ..i. . . e anil Cutlets alway on hand. the contest and if It be in favor of Toney start a paper of his own. The author of -- Scott Law was cowhkJeil at tno D Carpenter, Manner. 95 and not unanimous, his refusal to accept "Girl in Hammock, Reading Book," at Stanton Saturday by his in- Gov. Brown will make a vacancy and Mrs. O. C. Law, who says he ought to remember the production of a will have to appoint till next November. similar metre, which says man's a va- - suited her. According to hia vote, he believes that nor. full of woes, starts a paper, up he Susan B. Anthony was 75 years old Of Lincoln County. Mr. Bovle ia elected and under that state goes, and be sure the new venture will ,!,?,- - Sim has worked for Woman of case, if he desires to carry out the fill long felt want before he Iaunchea Suffrage for 50 years and will die with- a The New wishes of the voters as he understands it. This ia the tightest timo on newspa- Ant panllnv a vote. them, he will be duty bound from hia pers they have ever known and it looks Beforo the bonds recently sold ma Mill, standpoint to appoint him to the office, very much like there are enough of turethesum of 13l,000,000 in interest anomalous act though it will be a rather them now to starve to death. Mr. F. L. will be added to the principal, amount Lancaster, Ky., for a democratic governor. Kernan, of Adairville, has bought an in- ingto'0O00 000 It now in full operation, and Invites the attcntlcn elected Princess Paulina, the midget, who ol the bulMcrt of Lincoln county to it material, Isaac P. Gray, minister to Mexico, terest in ths Inquirer and beenand will tupetioi workmanship and low prices. Note and weighed of the company was but 17 inches high died there Thursday after a short illness over eight pounds, died in New way travel for the paper, which is one of the of pneumonia, contracted on his OUR SOME York of bronchitis. from the United States, which he left a best in the State. Col. John A. Cockerill, who is goiDg Perfectly clear yellnw few days before. Originally a whig, he Secretary Caiiliblk regards the letter to Japan for two years for the New York Jipei hundred. poplaror as Jt sopine floorinr, at per hundred At low drifted into the republican party after of Gov. Knott to Senator Blackburn as i'eifectly clear yellow poplai weather boarding at Herald, will receive $20,000 and all ex- f jo per hundred. Aa low a Ji jo per hundred the war, but in 1871 he pulled out of it an attack on him and has announced his All pattern! and thlcVnesaciol Ceiline In yellow his paper. pine, poplar, chestnut and aih, as low aa Ji i per and embracing the doctrines of democra intention of stumping Kentucky in de penses from who shot and nearly hundred. Double dressed lumber as low as i per J. D. Moore, cy, he died in full possession of the faith-H- fense of his policy if it should bo made hundred. Weautifi'l ellow pine finishing lumber at Cerulean Springs a quarter oak, Ac. Save money by Klring us you. bad been lieutenant governor and tho issue. We can not believe that any killed Bud Smith waa let of by the court at orders. THE LANCASTER I'LANINO MILL. governor of Indiana and in 1892 aspired great number of democrats in the State short timo ago, Lancaster, Ky 7j 6m Cadiz with a fine of 150. to the presidential nomination, but it are bo lost to the interests of the party as The lion. W. L. Wilson haa been and was Cleveland first, the rest nowhere, GEO II COOPKR. to wish to precipitate a contest that must presidency .of the Univer JAS. I! YEAGEK. he was only presented for second place-H- widen the breach in the ranks and inure tendered the is said he has the got 300 or 400 votea for it, but Adlai to the benefit of the republicans. The sity of Texas and it : consideration. E. Stevenson had the longest pole and Interior Journal is for sound money matter under Proprietors of.. ....... The bimetallists of the German secured the persimmon. Shortly after and is prepared to maintain its position, ReichBtag have now decided to ask the his inauguration, Mr. Cleveland appoint- but we believe that such an issue should to call an internaed Gov. Gray minister to Mexico, and he be kent out of the coming campaign, fur German government STANFORD, KY. had been there most of the time since, ther than is imposed by the National tional monetary conference. Having bought of P. W. Green survey has established the iness and added new buggies and his Lively busA recent horses, we are enjoying a fine climate and a fat sinecure-Hi- platform, and that State issues alone number of glaciers in the Alps at 1,155, prepared to furnish death makes a vacancy for the filling should be discussed. of which 249 have a length of more than FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS of which a fight has already begun. miles. and The Iravrlmsj On short It ia asingular fact that the LaGascogne four Our citizens can live at any altitude us always notice. and willing to public will find furnish Drumready Gov. Knott sent a hysteriky letter to which was out on the boundless ocean smelt or mers' Sjnalor Blackburn, which was read in eight days longer than usual on account thev chooso, from the sea level in New axes ofWagons, eithervery LOW double, or Cam aT kinds at PRICES. The find and around town will the House, and in which he said that if of broken machinery, did not sight but York to 10,000 feet above the sea in the boystoindeal with. Stop with also whenus the peo in town at us pie courts and entertainments and your horse and ve gold basis obtained and gold bonds one vessel in all that time, going her towns of the Rocky Mountains. a The weather in South Georgia wa hide will be well cared for were issued, he would predict a revolu- way or the other. The captain makes YEAGER & COOPKR and Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky S; tion greater than that of France. He this statement, which considering the unprecedentedly Bevere. Fruit were killed, animals froze to had predicted war if Lincoln should be number of vessels which go down to Bea, M.S. riAfCMH.N. J. V. Ha ton was called a political lun- is remarkable. The vastness oHho ocean death and people suffered greatly. elected and hejwaa predicted a revolution if the and the helplessness of disabled crafts war between Mexatic and he There will be no ach has made country was made gol monometallic. If can not be better portrayed. ico and Guatemala. gold bonds were authorized it would be Guatemala has guaranteed and rKormiTOKs"Good-b- y Tue appointment by Mayor Strong of a fulfillment of its part of the peace earth, howdy do, hell?" The & soporific effects of drowsy Danville do Wm. Brookfield commissi Jner of pub- agreement. worked on the haa writ lic works in New York City, who is not STABLE, not seem to have -- Harry Holland, of Atlanta, and a McKinley man, teu a tragedy based on the killing of his or he could not have given expres- only an Kentucky. sion to such intemperate language. If he shows that Boss Piatt is not domineering brother by a man who was in lovo with of way the the mayor's office to any great extent ontinues to rave in that sort ui call. Nothing but the brother's wife. It will soon be put II you need livery giveleavea our stable, turnouts will brc us offices of Judge Durham will have to be and that his hold is loosening. As tho of- on the stage. for rtn. In our of 1,000 places, it killed and 13 his behalf. fice Iirs a patronage invoked in Two trainmen were HARNESS SHOP will be seen that the new officer can trainmen or paesengers Injured by a col Tue defeat of the Wilson resolution to give quite a black eye to Piatt and tLo You will find a good assortment of Harness, lision between a stocu anu a vuasuwr j Saddles, Ac. Have, our repairing done Bubatituto 3 per cent, gold bonds for the Iteed presidential boom. a , fjnthrlp. Ok. Seventy head our man, he understands his business. Vc haveby ...! for by the mechanic in our coin bonds already contracted were killed. of stock administration, by refusing it a third Claiik county presents an example BLACKSMITH SHOP. The suit of F. W. Malcolm, of readiug, dtstroyu the Inst hope of finan- worthy of the emulation of the other US work and aatisfactory for divorce, which Will guarantee against his wife Tiy our horse shoor. cial legiBlation by the present Congress. of the State. She had only one person court of appeals, prices, taken to the The vote was 167 to 120, a majority in her jul during the past month and at has been 2,833 typewritten two form- the circuit last week the criminal docket includes a record of greater than given sgainst the 'Bread is the Staff of Life" depositions. of er bills. Gov. McOreary, who voted the was cleared in a day. We fear, howev- pages Madge Yorke. a pretty actrees, ws THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. week before against the administration er, when this gets to be the rule instead .i niiuil in hor room in a Phih i. bill, voted this time for it, and the Ken- of the exception in Kentucky, the milby James P. Gentry, 8 tucky delegation stood 7 to 3 for it. We lennium will have dawned and pro- delphia hotel median. The crime was the outccmcj have not heard the reason of Gov. Mo gressed a few hundred years , of Gentry's jealousy. Creary's first change of front, but we The Yampfon reservation in South Wshavn't the figures at hand, having satisfactory one to himsuppose, it is a will be opened next March or self. We are glad, however, to see him mislaid the book containing them, to Dakota 200,000 acres controvert the assertion of the London April. It contains about return to bis first love. reputation is such and about 125,000 of which will be Echo, but the editor's Louibvillb ia undergoing a virtuous that we can on general principles pro- thrown open to settlement. spasm. The police were instructed to nounce his statement a falsehood, until Harry Anderson, a Cincinnati lad, theSunday law on we can brand it with the red hot iron of 12 years old, who failed to paBS in the note every violator of the last first day of the week, and drug truth. school examination, bought a nickel's and stores, ailoona, &c, which were opened worth of Paris green, swallowed it The Manchester Star, a hiB mother's feet. had warranta issued against them yesterpaper ia the latest candi- fell dead at sailing vessels in the cobs'-in- g day. The Saloon Keepers' Protective all home print -- About 25 for popular favor. It ia edited by Association declares that everybody who date trade are from 10 to 20 days overdue, worka for money Horton & Letcher, who evidently have and their owners are of the opinion that violates the Sabbath or more courgage than discretion. ManyZZsAlways Reliable. that day shall be put in the same cate chester may be able to support a paper they are lost. Two steamers are also at New York. gory with the saloons. So it will bring overdue Make the LIGHTEST BREAD, will be mighty slim pickings for many days Chichoir singers, newsboys, druggists, gro- but it Tho fatalities by suicide among printers. SWEETEST CAKES, cers, milkmen and others under the the nese officials seems likely to exceed those WHITEST BISCUITS. same law with them. Treasurer Halb wants to be sure he ia at tho hands of the Japanese. Two Genright before he goea ahead, but it seems erals and an Admiral have made this For Salo by It seems like the odious income tax that a man with even an average. mind amende honorable at collected. The court of appeals will be : O. : Portland, Ore, has just completed could have made it up before now. He of the District of Columbia has affirmed Boyle-Tonat a coat of $2,000,-00was still hanging fire in the of water works Dealt r in General Merchandise, the judgment of the lower courts refus contest, though was said he would get system it The supply comes from Bud Run G. Moore, of New - ing to grant John together last night. river, which riseB in the Caecade mounYork, an injunction against the collec- himself of 40 and is brought a distance tion of the taxes. Tub free silver cruza in Kentucky tains, to be confined principally to the miles. Two millions of dollars for a no ac- seems We have over 2,000,000 square miles 2d and 3d Congressional districts. This count ia a pretty stiff price for count land, an area almost equal to is of public hard times, but that is said to be section, if we are correctly informed, these of Europe, excluding Russia, and for sound money and the maintenance that sum the Goulds have agreed to pay the nobody who chooses to enter a homeof the public credit unimpaired. Or. E. C. West's Nerve and Brain Trsat...... which Count de Oastellane for marrying Miss stead need be without a farm on Is sold under prwltlvo written sjuarantoo, by cuts r ' high, but some fools Ued agent only, to cum Weak Memory; Anna. Counts come Thomasvillo, Ga., the noted wintorl to live. Power; Lnet Manhood; Quickness; liroln approved the ait Night and Ner Evil Dream'-- tJielc of Confidence, Low; will have 'em. , Tho president has resort, can hereafter, add sleighing as one Lows of I'owor military park at NervoosuBM-- Latitude; nilinDrnlns; box, caused by either of the Generative Orson Gray leaves Sena- of its attractions. Tho people there in- to establish a mtionil Youthful Krtnn, or Kxccwlve Use of Tub death of Gov. Pa., and tho act changing Opium or Liquor, which soon lead tc tor Voorhees the eo'e survivor of India- dulged in that recreation there Friday Gettysburg, Georgetown, in the District Tobacco, Miser, Coniumptlon, lujauit; and Death.toBy mail, of the name labor: 6forJ; wltliwn ien irjarnnte a K cure or na's big four, the other having answer-e- for tho first time ever known. COUOH HYltUI'. certain refund money. Columbia, which provides that it aball euro for Couutm, WUI '8.Miun,lJrnwbltlR,Urotip, in New York of Chemof Cold The last salo the final call. Hendricks and l'loasant to take. city of Washing Whooping Couith, Horo 'i tiro it. sUo, now Sac.; part of the Hmall lzo discontinued; oll.Oe. c' with the two named, were hor- ical Bank stock was nt tho rate of 11,925 constitute a UAK Al. I i'.i a Issued ouly by uow 60o II tlzo, ton. for a $ 1 00 share. in their day. ses Omkcia, the irrepressib'o correspond ont of the Louisvillo Post, whose identiY ty has been the occasion of much specu lation, inveighs in a recent letter against Stanford. Ky., Fehhuary ISh 1895 the short Bighted and petty policy of some of the State officials to harass and Co., which embarrass the Mason-Foar- d W. P. WALTON. has not only done a great deal for the State, but done it well and waited in JudokTonkv has withdrawn from the many cases for its money with patience contest for a seat on the appellate bench, and without complaint. We know most Riving ns a reason that ho will not ac- of tho members of the company personcept a decision in Mb favor except it be ally and know that besides being men of the unanimoua verdict of the contest splendid business qualifications, they are board, which now seeing impossible. above reproach in point of integrity and While we think ho ia a little premature would scorn to do any act not in strict and that it would have been better to accord with law and honor. On tho two await the final action of the board, hia occasions that Gov. Brown has forced vincourse ia the only proper one, even tho company into court, it was fully g be fully confident that he ia dicated. The efforts of the ttaouRh he entitled to the Beat, aa he claima to be. politicians to bring the company into a lie can not afford to accept the high po- disrepute, solely for the gratification cfby personal spite, will injure the State sition if there ia a shadow of a cloud up on hia title to it. Aa be Baya hia eelf re- preventing other firms of wealth from spect, the interesta of the democratic coming among us. Those who know the nartv. which are dearer to him than any facta in the case and the animus of those personal ambition, and the integrity of who are hounding the company are worn pubthe bench make it his duty to refuse to out with their effort to mislead the exlic and the time has come for a full accept the exalted office besmirched by a aingle dissenting vote of the board. posure of their petty methods. ihMi-WEEKL- Interior Journal time-servin- Sinco the orgrnizUion of ounnintin it has coined of gold, $1,012,405 Three children were burned to death 375,50, and of silver, ?009,029,323. at Grayling, Mich., while their parents Georo Tracy, a noro wife murderwere at a dance. er, was shot to death In tho jail at Kinc-stoPhilip Martin, negro, was hung at Mo., by n mob believed to havo Kansa'B City for murder, while he was been composed of blacks. limp from fright. The Alabama Legislature haa recent At Tottenham, Ont., Rjbort New- ly passed two patriotic acts. Ono makes berry killed his wife, shot his niece mid tho birthdays of Jeflerson Davis and committed suicide. Robert E. Lee legil holidays, and tl o boyB broke through the ice other adopts a State 11 'g -- crimson St. Three whilo crossing the river at Covington Andrew's cross on a field of whito. and two were drowned. Another battlo of tho metals was on Carrie Gregory and Georgo Uarpole, in the Senate and a lively debate took of Fairfield, III , were fouud dead in bed. placo ovor Senator Hill's resolution" to They blew out thegaa. detlno tho policy of tho Government in Tho people of Baton Rouge, La , are paying its bonds in the best money in enjoying the novel sight of ici floating use. The resolution brotightan attack updown the Mississippi river. on thoadminlatrotion from Senators TelO. M. Feggatt, cashier of the Bank of ler, Wolcott and Lodee. Senator Hill Lexington, Va, haa skipped and the posed aa the champion of the adminisbank haa closed $71,000 behind. tration, and declared tint what the othThe canal connecting the Baltic with er side wanted was not the bimetallism the North Bea, 59 miles in length, ia now for which his resolution deelued, but silver monometallism. finished except a few minor details. The freight depot of the Louisville NEWSY NOTES. 1703, IT'S NO USE TO GO COLD. . n, When you can, come, to the Louisville Store and get an outfit that is in the reach of all. This is for the Ladies. Our $2.40 Outfit For Ladies. you an outfit of the following articles: io yds dress gingham, 5 yds colored Hamburg to match for trimming. A good corset, a suit of underwear, pair of nice hose and an elegant pair of Dongola patent tip shoes. All For the $2.40 we can sell for $2..o. J. T. STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, Our $2.45 Outfit ForJBoys. A stylish suit 4 to 14 years, a substantial pair of shoes 2li to 5, a pair of good warm hose, a nice winter cap, a good negligee shirt. All for $2.45, post-offic- sister-in-la- w, TO Our $6.50 Outfit THX CITIZENS For Men. S6.50 buys this outfit. A nice, dressy suit of clothes, a negligee or dress shirt, a cap that will keep your head warm, a pair of fine shoes, a heavy pair of cotton socks, a warm suit of un wear. All for $6.50. Don't fail to sec our Samples of Lancaster Planing vice-preside- nt OF PRICES: Merchant : Tailor LOUISVILLE : : Suits, 1 e From one of the best concerns in the Fast. We will give you choice of 300 styles pants made to order, fit guaranteed, from S5 to $7.50. STORE, KY, , f Cynthiana, e Yeager : & Cooper. STAITTOXID, Livery and Feed Stable, A. URHANSKY & CO., Proprietors, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Ihrdstown, Versailles, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. P s Lawrcnccburg, three-quart- er DRUGGISTS To supply your wants. SUNDRIES Fvcry article in this line is yeg-etable- a 1 s, M.S.&J.W.Baughman, LIVERY, FEED Stanford, first-class SALE The Best and Cheapest. Toilet Soap.c, Infant, Tooth, and Toilet Powders. anti-Pla- tt Fine Bristlers. lair and Clothes Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Artist and Paint Brushes. I Hrusl c? Shaving Brushes, Naij s llri-dle- a, EST" Prescriptions accurately compounded. Pino-vill- e, W. B. McROBERTS, Our Stock of. first-clas- s Ballard's OBELISK Flour & K5SS- Drugs, : Books, Paints : LARGE - And Oils is WELL SELECTED. G.L. PENNY, Exr. And prices the very Lowest, quality considered. We can save you money on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Come in and sec. six-colu- gjji FOOT WEAR Of Every Description. Wei-Hai-We- i. Kip, Calf and RubberBoots Men's'Fine Shoes in Machine and Hand Sewed. Shoes. Children's 'School Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts and turns. J. FLOIin3ITOE, I ey 0. Stanford, Kcsrucky. tm H. J. McROBERTS. fl.6.RUPLEY,- - NEW ; Ii FALL-:-AND -:- Receiving His d - ld, WINTER -- : GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a PerfectJFit Guaranteed. Give me V - t )fim ink , fa., under tho control of tho hop club, Stwriiri&4( Tho average ago at which women Old gold ntnl hIIvit liotiglit. Gush or and not under tho direction of tho K. P. mnrry in civilizd countries is 2."J yeHiB trailo. DankH, the Juwolur. Lodge, m seems to be tho generul opin SrANrojti), Kv., Fkhuuaiiy ID, ltt'Jf) According to tho latest enumerera-tioion. IliiiNO your chickens, ducks andthero aro L'lS.OOO moro women than Fitted by Latest Scientific Meth-W- e D. Powell and got Cj a pound Tiik cold weather hasabnost dii'eil a men in Philadelphia. E. C. Walton, Business Manager for thorn. ods. Examination Free, fruit famine here, shippers being afraid Final preparations have been mado to 1111 ordera for fear of tho goods being for tho wedding, March 4, of Mits 'Anna Damon and Pythias, guarantee to fit or no pay. Uuy frozn en route. There is hardly nn ap- Gould and Count do Castellare, of Paris. At Walton's Opera House, PERSONAL POINTS. t To night, Tui'sdny, Feb. 19 ple or a bannnn in town. Francis Pace, n widower of 51, got your Watches, Clocks and Jcvv- Mil 0. II. Havdkn linaliuen n'eiKni'dto license yesterday to marry Miss haunio riiKjHOw Orleans Minstrels, greatly Tiik wife of Mr. Church Yoager, who tho mail run butwunn Gjrbin nndJullico. elry from Adams, 21. Tho live on Flat Lick in tho was Mies Sue Bright, daughter of Squire enlarged and improved, will glvo one of MibsSallikCook went 10 Lnxinfttou Kist End. F, HulTiiian. George P. Bright, presented him with a their refined and Sitimlay to visit Mm. The woman who loves us is only a diughter last week. at Walton's Opera House next ' Mu. J. V. IIhookj ami wif, of St. woman, but the worcm we love is a ceTuesday night, 20ih. Iniis. Hro visitinir Ilia motlicr at Crab JuixiK Mohkow got through tho bus! street parade nbout noonLookout for tho lestial being whose defects disappear unthat day. der tho prism through which wesee her. Diehard. ness at Ml. Vernon in short order, only Up to date in Style and Prices. Mrs. Millie Jones, of Parkersburp, Comb nnd see our now white good?, Ilos. H. 0. Wahiim nniU'.M. Mcltob taking four days to complete it. Uu was erta wnt to Lolmnou yeatorduy on liRal on Friday's train hound for homo. embroideries, laces, ladiea' waists, new W. Vn., accidentally threw a cartridge biiHini'Hrt. Corsets, ties, lace collars, new shoes, new cloth- into her fire. It exploded, striking tho Dkath. Littlo Selma Bishop, whose ing, and if wo can't fll you in woman on tho chin, making a wound Mu. 'Hoi)'1 IlAi.KiiMN mid Bister, Mlsu Matlle, have each recovered from a illness was reported in our Huston villa goods, wo can show you COO sam- that will likely result fatally. Gloves, letter of last week, died Saturday night. ples from tho best tailors in the country Charley P. Blanks and Miss Sus'e is always the result of a perfect-fittinBuveru illness. 1. W. JoNU, of tho May wood section, Shu waa 0 years old and daughter of and bavo them made. Hughes & Fato. Ulackerby, ol the Hubble neighborhood, rnrsfit which ig one of the most import Underwear, U taking n corrau in tho UualnetB Col Mib. Hattio Bishop. took the train here Sunday night for) woman's dress. leRO at Lexington. Mu. John S. Blbiisob ia just recover- Jellico to be joined heart and hand. The ant items of a W. K. Culhank, who brought his min Handkerchiefs, lticva. K. U. Noil, A. J. Pike- and T. comfortable ing from a very severe burn, which groom is 24 while tho bride is only 10, A strela hero several months ago, disbandII. Campbell, I!iptlt proscliHM, were ed at has caused much of the flesh to slough which accounts for the elopement. - Hosiery, Somerset on a return tour, and will and stylish gown de MBggie Pratt, of New York, haa btt n hero yesterday. organize a dramatic company composed otrhisjiand. He had felons on two of pends upon the corset, d Miih. J. P. Uailby, who haa been his fingers and his wife had bound them married and divorced from Charles Pratt ol Someraet'a talent. Hair Pins, to her room for a month with a up, using spirits turpentino freely. In three times and sued him for breach of and the leading dress Tiiosk who are suspected of having an lighting his pipe ho set fire to the rags promise once, although she is less than aoro foot, is improving. makers, knowing Miaa Frances Adams, of IIuHtonville, income of f3,G00 and over are receiving and it was almost impossible to put out 20 years old. She ia now suing him for Combs, this fact, recomis the guest of MIhs Martha Paxton Kout, reminders from Collector Kodea to Bhow tho (lames till they had burned tho fin- a fourth divorce and it is hoped that the judge will give her a term in prison inon indication Avenue. down. Ho sent ua one, doubtless to show gers to tho bono. mend the Brushes, stead of a decree, as it seems alio ia unHkv. A. 8. Wohhkll, editor of the Goa his fondneaa for a joke. Killed with an a.vk. A dispatch able to let that man alone. 0 pel Witness, Louiaville, haa been tho Toothbrushes, Tub K. P. wives and sweethearts have from Mt. Vernon says: Monroo Bussel An important deciaion haa just been Cucst of Mr. J. 0. McClory. transformed the storeroom, they have killed "Doc" Jones, his brother-in-lai, pronounced in Vermont as to engageClayto.s WksT, of I Mu. and Miia. Embroidery Material. spent a few days with her parents( engaged for tho supper, and aro prepar- nine miles South of that place, by strik- ment rings. A young man sued to reing to set a spread to night, which will ing hi ii nn the head with an axe. They cover one that he had given to a young Dr. and Mm. T. Ii. Lowis. be worth any man's 60 cents. Patronize had f.ill"u out over a settlement of Borne woman, who, after accepting -being THE corset tho ring, reMu. Thomas C. Ykaokii haa moved them. timber rUiins, when they came toblowB. pudiated the engagement. The judge deibwn to hit home in Hoylo county and that gives the most satisfactory results. Don,t fo Buesol has fled. cided that it must bo returned or else will try hia baud at farmiuK for a whilo. Cihcuit court, which begins here on Information is to tho effect that mm mo recipient must luiliil the couui-tionThey aro known everywhere, and A. Uhhmiky A Co nro seeking more tho L'5th, has on its docket 82 Coir Junes is still alive and Bussel has been under which it waa presented. Le- may be seen and purchased at all the that we lead towns to conquer. They will open ancases, US old equity, 35 ordinary, captuted. gal decisions in such matters amount to U7 equity appearances and '25 ordinary other Louisvillo Store, this tlmo nt Nich goods houses. If not found nothing. It is a very sorry fellow who leading dry appearances. There nro two divorce o'uhvIIIo. Wk earnestly hope turn there will be in style, quality would demand the lutiun of a ring and satisfactory, the money will be refunded who was and one murder case. Bishop, Mim Victoiiia no unseemly ecramble in this county for a still sorrier girl who would want to brought from nchool nt Clifton Forgei tho otlico of representative in tho Legis- keep it. and price. To You. II you owe mo I Insist that & BATCTiELLERV ia slowly recovering from the reveio lature. Tho recent election proved that Miss Sue Baughmau returned from you come forward at once and settle. If GENUINE spell of illness alio haa auirered since c?'Ks:fj3r'-- tho two parties aro nearly evenly divid- Dyersburg, Tenn , where bIio went to be you do not comply with this request I Xew Year's. TunMnN's r.i ed in Lincoln and that it will take a bridesmaid nt the marriage of G. F. Sugg, will uot hesitate t) place your account in L (TRADC HARK) mighty good man to win. 'lhe success Tiik Midway Clippersays that tho fain , to Miss Louis Tipton. After a 4 of an oilicer for collection. I ily of A. H. Clarke, En , who recently the hands of tho party ought to bo paramount to o'clock dinner at the home of the bride, any man a ambition and It Is to hoped which was elegantly moved there from Liberty, have gone to trust this hint to tho wise will be an served, tho party cient. P. W. Green. Indiana, where Mr. Clarke has purchasthat for once tho office will seek the consisting of seven couples of attond ed n farm. We have Made and Shipped to Catt. P. C. Hbnakbh had a close call man, after a full and careful survey of anta accompanied the contracting parties Tux friends of Robert G. Hall will be for his life tho other oveuing. Ho Blip tho field, upon whom all can unite for to tho Methodist church where at 7 glad to hear of hia promotion. Owing ped and fell under the wheels of hia certain victory. o'clock they wore joined in a beautiful to failing health, Canhier John Intnan train at Lebanon and but for tho fact that "Goon-nvwinter; howdy Bpring," ceremony. Tho party then returned to hia rralgned, and Mr. Hail has been it was going very slow bo would have Mrs. Tipton's and after a change of dresa given hia position in the Somerset Hank- been ground to pieces. By almost super- were in etlect the cheerful speeding of the porting and welcoming of the com- tho new couple took tho train for Louiaing Co. human effort he extricated himself and ing guest sent out by tho weather bu ville, the rest of the party, with many Tub Lancaster Itecord announces that escaped with only a few bruises. A Full Line of reau for Sunday, which seemed to give others, remaining at the bride's home, it haa secured the servirea of Iouls where a reception was given Miss Baugh-mapromise of a fulfillment, as that day waa Kaij M 1CM editor. The paper A dozin or more Richmond merchants She is delighted with Dyeisburg ia in luck. Mr. Landrum has both eara were victimized out of $10 each by a cou almost a perfect one, but alas, it was but people in general and the elegant manand noee for news and knows how to pie of slick duckfl, who proposed lo col- the holding of tho promise to the ear to ner in which the Tiptons entertained her dries up an item in as nice abapo aa the lect their bad debta by a system some be broken to the hope. Snow, which in particular. Everybody who knows had also fallen Friday and Saturday, was next one. what akin to blackmail. They got the Every Pair coming down again yesterday morning the brido here loves her nnd hopes that Mh. J. C. PkTKii and daughters, Mr?. money and the accounts and skipped. It and winter's chilling blasts were blow- she has chosen wisely acd well, which Jeptha Todd and Mrs. Kd. Maxwell, of will bo a long time before all tho fools from all we can hear she has dono. They ing some more. St. Joaenh. Mo., are visiting at J. II. are dead, if the crop continues to grow and will be the moderated and improved much as are expected here It Tucker?. They are accompanied by aa it does in Richmond. tho day wore on and tho signal service guests of Mrs. E. P. Woods and Mies Mrs. L. A. Gray, of Louisville. Little Tub local talent, which is to render eent out that it would be fair and cooler Baughman. Uinl Peter, who has been quite ill, is Damon and Pythias at tho Opera House Tuesday. If not perfectly satisfactory return to them and get a new pair. much improved. NEW ADVEBTISKMENTH. have gotten their parts down Joo An I. J. reporter while in Frankfort Mu. J. It. Faiihis will assist Mr. THE CLAUS SHEAR CO., Thayer in the largo stable he will train fine and a smooth and creditable per- tho other diy made a tour of tho and saw four of tho unfortunate this reason. "Uncle" John is n trainer formance is assured. Ruserved seats aro going like hot cakes nnd by tho time the ones who havo been sent there from this Fremont, O. ol great experience, and one of tho most Ai Administrator ol Mri. Nannie II. VaiJe-veccm tain rises at 7,'M sharp, evcryono will county. Mack Ferrill nnd Odio Paul cueful handlers in Kentucky. Mr.Thoy. deed , I will on likely be taken. They are only AO cents. were the first visited and both of them er is to be congratulated upon securing J. S. Wells at McRoberts' drug seemed in good health and spirits. They 23d, 1895, his services. Stock Farm. II. N Kou.kii, who st ire and secure one or you may have to aro clerks in tho clothing department At tin residence of Thoiuat I.. Lafayette in Row Oait. and Mm. Ky , at i o'clcck p. m., offer at public and whilo the positions they hold are re- land, the personal property belonging to the tale eswent to Florida to thaw out, have re- Btind. all el tate of Mrs. Nannie II. Vandcvcer, deed., coexist-it- i turned, Fattened that b.ul as It is, KenTim lecture of M. V. Howard on "Tho sponsible, there is not a great deal of of Household and Kitchen Kurii'ituro and one tucky weather is us good as the beat. Lights and Shadows of Real Life," was work atUched to them. In conversation well bred haratss mare. in hand; over All sums under Sio. cash Sio on a The cold in Florida is much moro per tin dullest, drearest and most unprofita- with Mr. Ferrill, ho said: "Trouble most credit of three months. Note with approved se .Dealers in. ceptiblo than here, as little or no provis- ble jumble we have ever listened to. It alwnys changes one for better or far curitr takes from purchaser. VARNON, Admr. W. E. worso and in my caao I can truthfully are made there. ions against it w.is pointless, void of thought, strained Mil. Joe P. Huivro.v, of Montgomery. in wit and inelegant of diction, Noth-b- say it has been for the better. I am n Ala., is spending a low dayfl with his the sublimely of cheek could havo changed man and hope somo day to He continues f ither, Mr. Win. Hurton. Hustonville, Ky. in luced tho man to foist such a produc- prove to the world that there is some to grow in breadth, if not in hlgth. He tion upon an intelligent Audience and good in mo. I bear animosity to no man Good Wh te Seed;OaU.For Sale. tells ua that Jack Hobba. who used to bo t'io lecture club is doebly chagrined and stand ever ready to ask forgiveness Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. here, has been promoted to chief dis- fiat it should havo been so imposed of thoso I may havo wronged." hd diFurniture and Stoves. patcher on tho h & X., New Orleans upon by tho bureau, which sent him Brown, who is serving a term for stealing, has been in bad health for Bovernl Genuine Oliver Chlllca Plows. Step in and see a vision, with headquarters in that city. They beat the world. here. Both it nnd the lecturer should nice line of Rocking; Chairs and furniture. Cheaper than cer before. II. B. Mahony has returned from bo prosecuted for obtaining money under months and evidently has consumption Stoves IUv. Li ery Stable and tilacksmith Shop Kor Rent Similiter. S. 0 , where ho left his aged false pretenses and the club took occas- Ho spends more than half of his time in is doing father, somewhat improved. He says ion to tell them so. Mr. Howard is a pop- tho hospital nnd consequently tho State very little service. Willie liana-fornnd ico ulist Congressman-elec- t from Alabama that ho left two inches ol snow also colorod, who got 10 years for and we might haye known that he was a there and that tho wholo country Physician and Surgeon, Which is under their management, is headquartersfor the traveling and here is covered deep in fraud, regardless of his high recommen- rape, la one of the happiest looking conthere public and is one of the best hotels in the State. victs there. He is in the chair departanow. All tho vegetables, berries, oran- dations. ment and was working like a Turk. Jutt ges, &c, aro killed and tho prospect is THE HERD OF Tub trial of Sheriff VanArsdall for tho now there nre 1,123 convicts in tho peniOffice in Ilrick Kuildlng near Methodist church, sunny Southgloomy in the residence with Eld. Joseph llillou, on Danville murder of Dr. Harrod ia now under way tentiary, 37 of whom are women. The l'ike, until further notice. S3 land. at Harrodaburg. Nearly every man in majority of them are seemingly well satd tunpen's peehqqicai.3. Mercer waa examined touching bis com- isfied and work with the zeal of n. H. Bronaugh, Pror, CITY AND ViniNITY. petency as n juror, and failing to get a employes. It takes a good deal to Harper's Magaiine, OneJYear 44 co W. II. Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. C'loakb and clothing at cost nt " 4 00 full jury, Judge Saufloy had 75 men sum- feed thia immense throng, four barrels of Harper's Weekly, " " Harper's Harar, Shanks'. 4 00 efmoned from Boyle. After three dayB flour, seven bushels of meal, 400 pounds " Harper's Young People 4 00 fii "sili frin tSi best typos cf Registerd Bargains in watches at Danka', tho fort the Inst of the 12 was securod at of meat and other things in proportion, all subscribers in the Unite! Stock. Breeders secured from the beat herds In seversl dtlTerent;States.iCorrespondence Solicited. Postage Iree noon Saturday and the trial began, after being consumed daily. The dining SUtcs, Canada to Mexico. Jeweler. and a plea of not guilty by the accused. The rooms and sleeping apartments are kept HARPKH & BROTHERS, Address for rent. Apply to W. A cioou oillco P. O. Uox 959, N. Y. City. prosecution exhausted its challenges on as neat aa a new pin and the odor that T. Walton. Tggg TfflPERTXL PLSWg. the Sth juror and alter that was nt the comes from the kitchen ia calculated to I)nK88 goods and buttons at coat at W. mercy of the defense. Judge It. J. whet ouo'b appetite. Tho hospital ia tho Breckinridge for tho prosecution and cleanest nnd brightest room imaginable II. Shanks'. i G0UR.ER-J0URNA- L over which Hon. John W. Yerkes for the defenso Sells the Gemuine little Front furnished room for rent, Ap have been added to the list of lawyers in and tueClay, pharmacy, presides, will the forger, Hume rspaper. a ten pag eight column democratic K. Wray. is ply to Mrs. M. the caao, making 11 or 15 iu all engaged compare favorably with the average druR It conta Ins the best 01 everything going. hen- RY WATTERSON Is the editor Wilkinson still leads. Ho beats tho Tho taking of tho evidence and tho ar- etore in the Btnaller towns. Warden 5V"fecH PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. world for a stylish hair cut and a clean, guments will likely be concluded by Fri. George ia exceedingly attentive to those day, wo learn from Mr. J. S. Owsley, Jr. who visit tho penitentiary and ia a tine The WEEKLY COURIEIl.JOURNAL males easy ahave. . to agenu, and gives tree pre. Col. W. 0. Bradley, of counsel for deof the old Kentucky gentle- very liberal terms Sample sssssssssssssssitssssssssssssssPWtssfl copies of the paper and mmms for clubs. Granulated BUgar, beat, 23 lba. for $1. fense, saya that they aro going to make specimen man, four page Premium Supplement sent free to any Bent oranges 20 to 2 Ic German dveB 5c. address. Write to out a case na will change tho entire pubTHE IMPERIAL STEEL LEVER HARROW.1 per dczeu at C. D. Powell's. There were only 3,000,000 song birds ThoCOURIER-JOURNA- L lic Bentiinent in the matter, adding that " rtcktti. ittiektsl ti CO. ttMl adorn'if li AilThis us U" iirX cfir, torn Owl Mtft ii for the purpose of ftr if Cain had killed Abel under the cir- killed lust year 1 liw. 1 umparnnea avir LOUISVILLE, KY. if The Indies who havo charge of the K. II iV, 1 MtUwWs Itm CU, 1 &ttiW&M?iit? to ing women's hats with their plumage; The cumstances which caused VanArsdall rtie b t piow on the market. Ask iLM.CiiitUiTHUli had P. dining room will open it at 5 o'clock 1 " iRpninHwiiii life, the Lord would never the fashion of wearing feathers take Harrod'a A. Semi Weekly Interior Journal, I scrsit ths Tm. I neighbor who runs one and Tuesday afternoon, for serving Bupper. generally followed the numJH . t BtSSk. r.irf your ' have placed n mark upon him. As it been more Tho And will have no other. Come and reached 0,000.000. Iibb been already proved by the witnesses ber might have having bought tho T. 0. Yeacikii Courier-Journ- al James P. Jump ia the champion get prices and see the Plow before examined that VanArsihll's first shot ol Yeager & Yeager, has placed of Owen county, and proyed his begins to look was in Harrod'a back, it buying. in Will bo sent oue year lo any address fcr SS 7C. . mm a. jirmwi tho Bfline in my hands for collection. All right to the title the other day by de- Address A CIBII PLOW COMPART, Clfiton, Ohio. THI 1UCH flMM(i W. P. WALTON, U.nlii lH I forward and like Col. Bradley will have a tough time W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. t'1' indebted will pleaso como S3 Sttnford, Ky CU.-vouring -' eggs. turning the tide. costs. W. 8. Burch. sottlo without ho InteriorJoijrnal Tv DrtnkH. tint JHwelnr'fl $1 spec's The much talked of hop to bo gi von will MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. y .ggSS SPECTACLES 3 - turk-oyflto- C. m m Io mirth-provokin- g enttr-tainmen- ts DANKS, - JEWELER. g ready-mad- e "A Fine Figure" well-fitte- con-tlne- fV "Gl0Ve Gar-ran- w Fitting" r L-i- l tnon-weal- a th l-ANCDO- nvF-FlTTlN- f. Iq V Severance & Son. 111 in HIGGINS & McKINNEY, Lan-dru- n. Shears, Scissors, &c., FULLY : to-da- WARRANTED ! m poni-teutia- ry Administrator's Sale Saturday, r, F1. Farris & Hardin The St. Asaph Hotel, BLUE-GUAS- 99-- jt ut D. S. CAB,FKLTTER, Chinaware, Glassware, Onyx Tables, Lamps, Water Sets, CANDIES, NUTS AND FRUITS d, J. H. B AliLOTJ, M. Stanford. D., n Kentucky. S Duroc Jersey Red Swine well-pai- THE WEEKLY B.K.WEAREN - iHSI n Gibbs' Imperial Plows, I -- m H& V T Ib egg-eat- er Weekly "" fums KttoattM vmJ 2- v- - 4-ZM with a trno lover knot pattern In blaok. from Ulnim?" MAPLE S YRU P. -ofK "What do you 94 Semi-WeekJourna LENTEN SEWING. Tho back had n shirred wnttcan nt tho snld Mrs. Sunup, hear ho doin' nt to C, L. Csner, HedgtYiiIe, Ky. Interior "How's neck nnd thrcorowsof velvet ribbon in- college?" "I nln't heard nolhln' direct," was tbo STORE ROOMS USED FOft COTTON tending down tho nkirt, ending in jot published Evory Tuosday and Friday SIMPLE STYLES friugo and piquets. Tho sleoves wero of reply, "but It come tor mo in it round-nbo- or rent. 1 hty are on Sir et, in the principal FABRICS. AT Mrs M. J MILLr.lt. Manloid brown volvot, with Daring cuffs and n sort o' way thct he Is nowin'n Mock 7J u, Y.K jvrtiN" ga jp hj rolling velvet collar that extended down good deal o' wild oats." A. S. PRICK, Kerr Slintles Shown In Silk C.liiRlinnn Dot- tho front In stole ends. 9a cacl slioul-do- r "Whnt nlr yo goin' tor do?" WWhen not so paid SS.fiO will be charged.'lin conio home. I wrote 'ini to"IIov was a trefoil bow of brown volvot ted Swiss .Mulln to lte Woru Again, SURGEON DENTISI K. CiLOCAL TIME CARD. lllcli Cnrrlnge Wraps imil MuurnlnK Cos- ribbon. TliH wrap was lined with gold day thct If ho was so dead sot on agri- Office over McRobsrts Drug Store In the. as culture ho might cz well stick to the Owsley Uuildltig colored satin duchess. tumes Illuet First Choice. Train leaves Rowland at 7 too a. m., returning at Staofsrd. p. ra, Until uowiionr but smooth faced fab- farm." Detroit Free Press. 5:10 l Copyright, 1695, by American Prt'M rics wore considered proper for mourn- L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. l'rotunture. I Tlicro is 110 Bousoii of tho year wlicn lie sank upon his knees. going North., 37 Pm No. a, Train "Darling!" ho Impetuously cried, "1 JJ P m wo can gco tho sliurp contrast of sum I4o. at, My stock of Mdhnery and Notions i kept conSouth 5' P No. ts, " havo como to mio for your hatid." stantly complcle by weekly purchatct and )ou mor dress nititorinl 11ml tlio winter 3 ijin No t, " She smiled kindly. can alwari find what you want I Invite you to wcntlicr gnrmotits that 'vary afford.'. QUEEN & CRESCENT.'. "It cannot bo," sho said. "Think no call and Inifect, is bccauo tbo summer tiroses aro This more of such n thing." MISSLICC1E IIKAZLKY. Train past Junction City ai follow 1: nil matlo timing Lent, nntl to bo mails Stanford, Ky Lending him gently to n seat, sho No a North No. t South f pm then renders it necessary that they " explained nt length that, in tho essen...1.30 3 u.isam " 4 ...315 am should bo purcliasod now. It i rifrht " s t.3apm " 6 " tial nnturo of American jurisprudence, THE! ...6 00 am ' 9 " ......840 pm ' 10 enough, but it docs look quoor to poo tho eourts could not Interfere thus not Stop filDo ly l'lenty ol Clinnre nt Home. rOIt x- M01TUME1TTS- - ut M-- ln ad vanck St; GUANITIS uud MvlUULIil. J. KAtllNS&CO., Iluildrrs from original lwlgtis ami best mate and workmanship Office Wi third bticet, I oulitiile, Ky. sidaudWuik MtMpi, Mnlpeiher, Vcltnont and Carrara, Italy, Longesperlence, original deilgns; sati.faction go gusrsnleed w n otlu Astocln-tlon.- TO THE LADIES joas. j T josis, MGK. 1 11 , JOITSS BROS., Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford- - Ky, prrpnetors Dean's lllack Dianond Koo Paint Kitimalta futnuned for piimlng Wood, Metal and lion Koofs Sai'sfaclion Guaranteed All tool, painted uilh Dean's lllack Diamond Sole cis6;-l- m TO LADIES. ladies clad in f nrs and heavy wraps buying tho prutty, thin stuffs for sweltering summer days. Last week wo yaw tho frail and diaphanous organdies and Bilk grenadines. This week wo aro troatod to a long list of oxquisito silk Thoy aro (ailed silk uotbecauso thoy havo nny silken thread in them, but because thoy aro 111 ado of tbo toft mid glossy sea island cotton, wotou iu Guch fitio aud floxiblo mesh that tfiuy really appear to bo of silk. Of all the material inndo of cotton there- is uouo that gives tuch thorough satisfaction as thefeo dolicato Scotch ginghams. Thoy always look liko now, MsofaftJy no matter how often they aro washed. -Thoso now shown nro in hairline stripes lilao nnrl white, bluo and whito, gray, A cream of tarter baking powtan or pink, also green, all with whito der. Highest of all in leavening lines, These are trimmed with whito Latest United States lnco or bands of insertion, and I noticed strength. Government Food Report. 60IU0 insertion bands with a coarto BAKING POWDER CO., threadaswoveninin tho laco of tho bamo ROYAL color tho gown. As yet theso that dress patterns conio only in boxes, with lOO Wall Stroet, New York. enough for 0110 dress in each, and the proper amount of trimming is in each box. Soino of thorn also havo 0110 or two sets of ribbon with them. Theso advanco pattern1 aro not to bo exactly duplicated, it is said, but I nm quito snro that later on-i- tho season thero will bo quantities of each different pattern for sale, but it is fconiethiug to havo ono of tho enrjy In tho game. Johnnyr-Wh- at Tuck. tpoyz Pure ..For a.. Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, A stylish Hair Trimmer Clean Shave, go to CJook fe Farmer's Barber - Shop. k w H k" m Am1 - Another Kinit of Owse. did you have for dinner THE at your house? Tommy Had r goose. Johnny Wns It nleo eating? Kentucky. London, Tommy It wasn't tho kind of rooms young yon eat. It wiw that that I bsve moved to my new Hotel and am better prepared than ever to accommodate the public Snlpsey that keeps running to 'our Jood Livery attached and every convenienca ds house thinking sister Nan Is in love irsd. Give me a call. Ren . Dealers MOUKSIXO ATTIKES. with him, when sho nln't, N. Y. FRANK RILEY, Ing attire, but tho importations of this corder. O. II I'Ul'ITt. II. II. KINU. season show several gowmof tho differFound Out. . cosent effocts iu black crepons for such She You're just liko uHtho rest of KING & tumes for second mourning or for first tho men. Here we've been married only Kv mourning whero tho relationship was a year, and you never kiss mo unless I .. ,..Pig Line of....... not that of parent aud child or husband ask you to. A Lmlicw. nnd wife. Ono handsome gown for a He Huh! You're just like nil tho AT COST. Mits Moore will arrive October lit, with every- OVERCOATS young lady was of tha rough sqnaro rest of tho women. A on never think to cropou. Tho skirt was plaited ask mo to kiss you unless you want thing th.t Is tie and nubby In tht way of crinkled .,Ve are Agents for...... nil around, and thero wero two brokon money. N. Y. Weekly. - OLIVER : OHILLBD : PLOWS, line? across tho front. Around tho licit Pleats call and extrniae my stock before buy Noble Knignatlon. nnd down tho skirt was n band of chinn Ing Mypiices shall be the lowest. Thsnking .And have a...... Fiancee Dcarest.don't you think you you for past favors, rcspf ctfully, crapo beaded In dull jot, ending in n KAIL UUDDhRAR, Manager. to have her Full Line of General Merchandise, triple bow. Tho waist was a plain could love mother enough blouso, tho plaits boing drawn n littlo come and live with us? At lower prices than. ever. ASS for Ch, Call Ueggy (heroically) More, dnrling, toward tho left side, Thoro wero beaded anH kc us KING A PRUITT, crapo caps to tho largo gigot blcoves and more! Moreland, Ky Fiancee How much more? a stock bow nt tho neck. P.'W. GltEKN, Propnetoi. Ilcggy lhiough more to have us go A veryolegant dinner dross for ono in : : : Kentucky. mourning was of tho over beautiful silk nnd live on her. 2s'. Y. World. NATIONAL BANK warp hcirietta. Tho front breadth was I rrak. I am still running this Hotel atd laid in deep, flat folds, nnd at tho sidosMuseum Attendant This couple you OF STANFORD. KV. K'e the msrkct politttt wero two folds in form of pauols. Tho see hero wero engaged the wholu of n will continueastcthe bestmy guests the1 fiord 1. attsn- as well balanco of tho skirt fell iu heavy godcta summer season nt the senslde. first Capital Stock- What is singular about Special Attention to the TravelViiitor Tho simple styles of last season will to n demit: .in. Tho .waist was gathered Surplus-- . ing Public provail in tho making up of these pretty to a point under belt wrought in dull thorn? jet bonds. On tho bust was auothor Museum Attendant Thov are marwash dresses. Tho skirts will bo gath- Attention ol the public is invitid lo Ihu I t beaded plastron, nnd bands wero nround ried. -- Hrcolclvii r.ife. that this is the only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National (lank tho sloovcs nt tho elbows, whero tho are secured not onlv by lb. capital : : crapo puffs ended. tock, but bv the stockholders liability lor as m a amount equal lo the stuck, so trial depositors ol 1 havo noticed two or thrco now colH w f by a fund of $400,000, llKiiTLINE TO THE NORTH AND KAST. this institution am secured condition of the bsak ors in tweed, nnd these, I think, will Tive Sworn statements of th. are made each yearto the United States govern-meprovo great fuvorites for traveling and All lines from the South make diicct connrc and its lions in Central Unttn Station, Cincinnati, with oy governmentassets are csamlned at stated limsi fatiguo suits. Among them is n sort of agents, thus securing additito.s through trains ol the "Ulg foul" to Chlcigo. SL depositors. heather coloring which is very soft nnd Louis, Indunspolis. Columvui, Cletrlana S'tw end perfect safely tooriginally established as the This York and ISoiton V'or lull inloimatiun call en Deposit institution, pleasing, besides boing very refined. Hank of Stanford In 1I5I. then nesrett agtnt or address ittd as the National Hank ol Stanford in 1163 and Theso tweed costumes nro made in skirt as tbc Hint N1IK101I Hank ol again He lure jour tickets read via "Dig Tour." waist and jacket or n plain dress nnd d Stanford In iMi, has hail practically an I). II. MARTIN. McCOKMACK, t'O. ltamcMangr. Cen. Pais and Tkl Agt, esittenceolss years Ills better supplied ulster. Thoso ulsters with capes havo Pass. uow with lacilities for transacting business prompt them postioho. Tho dolman slcovo is Cincinnati, (. ly and liberally than ever before In its leng and Honorable career Accounts of corporations, U. seen on tho now tweed ulster ns well as curies, 6rmi aud Individuals respectfully tho bishop blcovo with very snug hands. giiiR-ham- s. Dealers In be t I desire to call your attention to the fact that I Paint gturatileed for years am ready toseive you In llreu Ala.lng in any tern Pumps and Galvknittd Iron rilhrs. and all stilts. I lake the dot f ihion Journals and kecd posted on what ladles shouM wear. Come in and give me a trial Price rcatonable I employ none hut first class help I can be found at MI11 Carrie PorAtprctent F. n. It'lLRV, Proprlotor, ter's residence on Lancaster Street. MISSMARYI) SMITH, Respectlully, - - Stanford, Ky. 7; 6m HILEY HOUSE J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, - All Kinds of Coal, PRUITT, Treat Foi The 3s:ii.xJinsrEiie""- Tho Myers House, n Stanford, FIRST n I 8200,000 21,300 11 vv In lCl Big Four Route, nt bands of insertion laid flat between tho tucks. Tho waists will bo surpliced or plain gathered stylo, with a belt Tiny flgnros of dark volvot will be arranged to wear with them, nnd they will add A. G. Lanhaas much of dressy effect. Ribbon sots aud John B. Castieman. rosettes will properly belong to them. There aro also 6hown for pretty aud everyday summer dresses checked nainsooks, nainsooks whero thero is a bordor, victoria lawns nnd dottod swIsscb in great voriety. I think tho small closo dots will bo tho favorite. It goes without saying that laco aud riuhon will 00 worn wltli tlieso to as tho cau &OASTLEM A1S groat nn oxteut nsfancy pursosilken buy. for skirts Just whou tho was supposed to havo been on tho wano, MANAGERS, if uot doad, it has suddenly revived, Oommarce Building, Louisville aud wo see the tnflotn petticoats and tho domaud for them just Agents throughout the South. as great ns it over wns. Thero are dark ones and ones, nnd all Imvono end JL TEIBBLE, Local Agtnt, of bias ru light nnd puffs nround tho botfiles STANFORD, KY. toms. Thero is no laco upon thorn, nnd all tho ruflles aro honimed instead of boPortland ing pinked, as thoy wero bufore. Tho 3anFrancisco, pinking was frayed out so soon that it gavotho skirts a kind of ragged appoar-anco- , JL and for that reason, I think, they lost thoir first popularity. Tho hemmed VIAones leavo nothing to be desired. I find among tho spring fabrics and new color cards that tho bluet is to bo quito as much woru this season as Inst, aud among somo superb gowns I singled F A ,sVfcf.ii.T VV a bluot moiro gown. Tho skirt was full """- is Uru sitiyv ruirifrt Dv iir - T nnd demitraiued nnd entirely devoid of trimming," oxcopt for an enormous bow PULLMANSAND of satin ribbon of exactly tho nmo shndo PAELOB CABS. placed low down in front. Tho ribbon ONLY LINB FROM LOUISVILLE was 10 inches wide. Tho waist was laid over in surplice folds of satin, and tho RUNNING - DINING - CARS. upper portion of tho sleeves was of WKIIKJTO satin, tho lower of moiro. Tho corsago II. BACON, D. P. A.. F. J ItEED, G. P. A was left open, V shaped, nnd along tho E. Louitville, Ky. Chicago, 111 odgo was a narrow gauffering of palo gauzo. This dono to keep tho Denver. pink trying color of was bluet from direct 8t. Paul. very tho contact with the hkiu. Bluet, whilo bo.IF VOU ARE GOING ing nu oxquisito tint iu itsolf. is very or TOT3SST, trying to any complexion. Today I saw wo oi tho richest cur-- , THE riago nnduMtinginniillus that thiu fcea-- i son has pi oducod Ono of thorn was made of that kind of bnndcloth known us suullmo. It is Jiku cIomj felt and hhs no nap. ThisM.is of a dnik coppery red. Tho back was cut straight down to tho waist hue, where It wan folded in, formn LOUISVILLC t ing three godct plaits, tin sonni boing ' hidden undtr a rkh jU friugo headed -- - Is the line for you, at its by a fancy r,ru..n: nt. TIhtb wero two vohet epanlois oer the shoulders, end- ing iu front under jet ornaments an.l at Make close connections fringo Tho collar wns bordered with SsOTJISVILLE And OINOINNAT black ostrich Hues. Thero wero two For all points. nnd enonnons sling sleovus SOLD. 7T"- - "BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH made of black satin broendo, with red of and green (lowers. Tho led was of a For any information JOE S.niCK. Agent, Ky crim.son shade. Tho whol J garment was Stanford. Of lined with old rooo f.iillu. Tho other W. A. McQUOWN, Tnv. Pais. Agent, unction City Ky uiantlo was of tan colorod wool brocade, I Intions strictly confidential. A Handbook of obformation concerning l'n tenia and bow to sent free. Also a catalogue of mechantain them ical end Bdenttfld books sent free. Patents taken through Muds k Co. rccetre pedal notice In the Helentlflo American, and thus are brought widely before the public without coat to the Inventor. This iplendld paper. Issued weekly, elcantly Illustrated, bas by far the larcest circulation of any scientific work In tbo world. M aTyetsK Sample copies sent free. Building Edition, monthly. tUOa year. Single copies, '2 !i cents. Kvery number contains beautiful plates. In colors, and photographs. of new bouses, with plans, enabling builders to show the secure contracts; Address latest designs andNKW YOUK. JdUNN & CO- 3U1 BBOADWAT. Tprompt answer and an honest opinion, write to lit II NN Si CO.. who have bad nearly fifty years? experience In the patent business. Communica- t?AN WI OBTAIW A PATENT? COPYRIGHTS.- Uenmette Rousseau. PORTIA. For a A MODERN f mnnnc 11ICIIJ3 ' CARIIIAQE MANTLES. I erod, aud tho insertion will bo laid on sometimes iu two rows nnd somo- times ns a flat heading to a flounco. flat,- OUUIU, A HUUIV, UlU IU UU lUUhai HllU ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. hand-som- o Insurance BARBEE Cempany The HaniHomo Young Italian Woinnn Who Is s Doctor of Laws. Although during tho middlo ngos nnd tho rouait-sancwomen in Italy sliowod thoir adaptability for tho fiiio arts and Ecieuccs, fow women of that country today havo chosen to cntor tho profebsious, owing to lack of opportunity or to existing conditions, which are loss fnvorablo for women than in other countries. Sfgnorina Tcresinn Sabriolo, a beautiful young Roman woman, has startod on a hithorto untrodden path nnd is the r first woman to obtain tho degree of of laws in modern Italy. Sho is not yet 21 years old, having been born Feb. 17, 1874, and is unusually attractive, Sho is tho daughter of Antonio Snbrioln, professor of philosophy, history and pedagogy nt tho University of Rome, from which institution she received hor degree. Sho was propared for tho university nt home, her fnther instructing o er. tniirh mrrrk llltlll rinrt JVS lll4tk 11IUIU ryou imagine serious and i Poor Health 1 unmtci-rupte- -- sS eolic-te- Ky. Midland E'y, Only Direct Line between Shortest and quickest between iatal diseases result froml trifling ailments neglected, i Don t play with Nature s r greatest gift health. : Cincinnati and Frankfurt Frankfort, Georgetown nnd Paris, Oarlialo, Mayavillo, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Oovlntrton. TiiaeTabUDtc. yo, 1S94. Brown's If vouarcfeclInK oui 01 tons.weac and generally ex- - 1 Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. doo-to- Iron 1 and can't Ins; the most tellable strengthening have no appetite J woik, m TRAINS KAbT. mediclne.whlch Is Brown's iron Bit- - No. 1. No 3 No J Nw. 7. a. m. p, m. m. p. m Lve FranVtort A 4 3 700 2 " Klkborn -711 440 " Stamping t, round 7 jl 300 930 5 15 " Ueorgvtownl). 7 47 5 43 lauo 10 03 Arr. C S. Depot 3 3) J jo 7 55 S 30 " Paris.........C.. 4 JO The Directory ol this Hank is composed ol Forrstus Rnd, Lincoln county ; S. T. Harris Lincoln; J It. Collier, Lincoln: J. W, llaydoo, Man ford; S.H Ilaughmaa, Lincoln; J.S. Hockcr SUKd; W A. Trlbble, Stanford; 31. D, Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Ilill.Siaolord. K. L. lauuer, McKinney; M J Miller, Mt. Vernon-S. Ilockw, President: Job. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A A. McKiDK.y, Assistant CaahUi. J .... 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Georgetown II 1040 64J ' S 345 " Stamp'g (.round 10 A. 7 03 703 " Elkhorn . I 40 .11 id j so 6 4S Arr Frankftrt...A 00 SUCCESSOR toTUK LINCOLN NATIONAL 7 13 1130 735 BANK OK STANFORD, I Leave Frankfort 8.30 a, m. ; arrive at Lexington 10 43 a m. fow closing up) with the ssmt assets and undet Leave Frankfort 7 a, m ; arrive Cincinnati at ine same management. 10 so a m. JL. Ily provisions of Its chaitcr, depositors arc as ra, Leave Frankfort :jop. m.; arrive Cincinnati fully protected as aie depositors in National 813 p. m. Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually SUNDAYTRAINS. lisolc to the ettcnt of the amount of their stock I Wxst Leave Georgetown 10:37 A. M arrive therein at the par value thcreol, in addition to the amount tnvcited in such at Frankfort ii'io A. M. It may act si East Leave Frankfort 1:3) P. M ; arrive ft ceeculor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully si an individual. Georgetown Vc P. M. To those who entrusted their buisinesi to ai Leave Frankfort J 30 p m ; arrive Cincinnati while mnaging the Lincoln National Hank 6:s p, m. Stanford, we we here lender our manv thanks and Leave Cincinnati 730 a m.; arrive Krankfort 1 lyo a m. trust they will continue to transact their business with us, olfering as a guarautcc for prompt alMa Kentucky Midland Railway and connecThe tions form the shortest and cheapeit route to all tion to same, our tweuty years' oipcri(iai.e is banking snd as liberal accommodations as are ens points 8oulh, Kat, Sorth and West. jKor further information apply to their agents, intent tvith sound banking. C. D. HKIICAW, Gen. Pass. Agent. DIMKCTOHS T. GEO. U. 1IARPEU, ltec'r&Gen Supt Frankfort, Ky J J. Williams, Ml Vernon, . II, Sliauks, Slan ord, J, S, Owsley, htsnlord; S J Fiblry, Stanford; 8- TRAINS WEST. Paid 1 I' . I ihri m ,. sLnUr ' j S10N0IIINA rr TEIIHSIJJA SAWJIOLA. Special sttrntlon given to Settle nrntt of and m Alto ney and Sale and Divlilon of Infants'Lands. Office on Lancasttr St overSupt. W K. McCla-ry'sdtnce NORFOLK AND J H Ovsley, Snnlnrl; l J F. Cash, Stanford; go 2STOHTH I , her in tho classics and hor niothor, who is n doscoudaut of tho Pomeranian family Von Sprenger and n cultured woman, supplementing tho so voror studies with her knowledge nnd influence. Siguoriua Sabrioln wns only 17 when she passod tho proliminnry examinations with high honors. Her career nt tho university, whoro sho invariably passod hor examinations creditably, has proved that Italian 70mon nro uot intellectually inferior to thoso of other countries when oiico thoy m.iko up their minds to do nnythiug. As wompn nro not admit- ted to tho bar in Italy, Signorinn Sabrioln cannot practice law. Sho will probably devote hor attention for tho present to tcientifio Htudy nnd invest gntiou. i- DR. W. B. P."ElTITTr, Dentist, WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO Wllham Giach. Slanlord: A W, Carpenter, 'Htr-wi'lW II S. II HanliPrtrkir, Cimtumi, I'reichtrivilt W. M II g-- Dr. J l!.O.vii,ir, Caibier, r e Stanford, i X Ky. OlTice on Maij Stree HijT7JU the i'ost-Olfi- . J7sJ4sW wsE 3t c , Opposite . I ' Jit an ford, - "W: S. BTJaCH, Attorney at Law, - OHIO, INDIANA, ILLIHOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, -'41E IDA feOBlEi Superb Kentucky. WEST, oppo tie the Court-Ilou- e eel .1 alteiitl n 83 -- v TEXAS, -- , S0HT8-WESI H0RTH-W-S- 7, Offceen Latcattcr Strs-et- , Collti txns reeiv-es- ( FinST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. THE REST ROUTE TO THE SJcablc Dally Trains ' , lr Tho Atlanta papers hnvo treated nil announcements of the coming national American woman Hiiffrnge convention with tho utmost conrU'uy and hnvogivou much space to news of it. A Jato number of tho Atlanta Constitution buys, "Many of tho women spoakors will ho heard not only iu Atlanta, but iu southern towns and cities en route, which nro moving to seize tho opportunity presented in tho southern tonr of theso talented women forbearing them ns thy pass to nud from tho convention city." ' Lincoln Circuit Court. Nannie R. Vsnr'eve.i's Vi'mr , I'lff , vs Nannie 11. Vjndcveer's His , Ac,, Dtlu. NORTH AND EAST. 'ULLWAH VESTIBULED COACHES, SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE Vestibuleci Trains SLEEPING AND DI'IIHC CflRg I I NOTICF Ily an order (if this Cotiit the rsdlt-or- s f the dccu'inl aic uotilicil to iirctcnt their claims to the r7immllomr pro, irvei by February ir, 1891. Uy .aid rrdir the Com'rtfi also ascotain and report tl.n vslue ot the r- -l and pcrannm estate 01 wmcu ire hui r,a ic 11 d cd possessed ami is dlrectel aluo to report the ii debiedness of .aid N imie II Vunde-ecere itcd pr or to dihat tibiequent to her marriage to defendant, ()wn Vandeveer R C. U MtllEV, Feb. 8, 1843. Matter Com'r Lin. Cir. Court. y van-devtr, VORFOlKjWESTERN RAiLROAi CHEAPEST, BEST AND QUICKEST LINE. -, Write for rtatos, MntM, Descrlfitls 'amphlcls, to nny Station Agent, or to M. T. BR.AGO, ALLEN HULL, W. 0. PtVIlL, ajt. TravtU.c I'.m. Ag .'l I'MMsrr lt. Pit. Tlmc-Tuble- IU30Kt,A. 101.1X1118,0. ragr Through Sleeping Cars to nirmlngham, Columbus, Albany, Knoxvllle, Ashevllle, Jackson, Vlckshurg nnd Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Los Angeles and 5an Francisco every Thursday. Direct Route to the Southwest via New Orleans or via Shreveport. 3 DAILY TWAINS TO CHATTANOOGA Send for Literature and Time Tables. 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