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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895022201 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. BRODHEAD ROCKCASTLE m Interior Journal STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1895. OF 'fi NO.100 COUNTY. AL9,V. MATURE. HUSTONVILLE. m Sourlol fuvor it Hpulmnlcin Williams- J. Pike, llllml Ms appoint- Next Monday will bo county court "l,rP. tlu public school hayo been ot Our somniferous little city is as scarce inent vvitli onload church In Madison personal points as a hen is of teeth, ilny in Lancaster. oi''"last Saturday nnd Sunday, and returned notwithstanding it is n good placo-- to Interest in tho free turnpike quesHio Montlc-dlII inking Compuny, homu on Monday via Stanford. leave. tion is increasing. It looks very much "' ")"" county, WlW organized Mim Bottle Henderson, of Lowell, is Our wedding list has about run out, like it will be a "go," spending this week with her aunt, Mrs n,,out " '""nth nuo, liaa received more but If tho whisperings in tho nir count Tho miserable weather prevented n J. Q. Frith. Mra. II. L. Tuorn. of Hicli nm" H.XW on deposit, for anything wo shall soon bo in posses- largo crowd of Lancaster people from atTiu Advocate says that Howard S'al- mond, Is vlnltlng her father nnd Bitter, sion of another one. tending tho Damon nnd Pythias enter 'ee, oon of Before Springtime every overcoat, every heavy suit, every blanket, J. Salleo of that city, who Mr. 0. Butner and 31m. J. K. Oaks Miss Morso was t'greeably eurpria-c- tainmont at Stanford Tuewday evening. ha heen mirainu since lfit Hro. S. Colyor, of Gum Sulp'iur, is every comfort, all heavy underwear, all woolen hosiery, all our boots. November, Tuesday night by a party of our socieiho ladies of tha W. 0. T. U., will expected to preach nt thu (JhristUti hits heen heard from. After nvinK ty belles and beaux, and dancing was in- - meet in the bind room, over the Nation- all our heavy shoes are to be sold in the next two weeks to make ;, church nt this place next Saturday night, Danville ho went to WaaMnufnii al Bank to morrow, Saturday afternoon. room for our immense stock of spring goods. uuiKi-in mi nu goi enough. "",l If you want anything the United States Nvr, en Sunday and Sunday night. Hro. Piko Prof. 0. 0. Oline, of Walnut Hille They want nil their members to attend, in these goods let us ask you to come and see us before buying. listing ior iwe yearn. preaches at Freedom next Sunday. Hro. A. 1 : LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. - - Our Last Call. , d -- 'terl u 0 I ' minstrels will be here Tuea-danight, G:h. Balanced and extended In all its branches from season to BoasoD, Gorton's performance now in its entirthis town. If you wish to hl'o a pleasant ety, undoubtedly approaches nearer to audio and a polite gentleman, just call the genuine minstrel entertainment than and seo, Mr. A. E. Albright, our new any other company now traveling. It bus aptly been tinned "I'lio ideal assemKroceryman, next door to tho J. L. Brown, of Pulaski county, is in blage of all that is true, origin! and in minstrelsy up to dato." Among town today, Wednesday. Our laud agents in this county, Mr. J. S. White lno vury concessions madotn mod- and W. M.Spradlln, have Borne prospec- - ""'""option must bo prominently men-livland sales In this community. Some j Honed the stage, setting for the tlrat part. part:ca from Ohio have been looking at Ab t'10 curtain risen the stago fs t tracts of land, ami from wlu1. cJ 8"1 completely and elaborately with drj,f,l curlains of creme, eatin wo can learn, there will be some sales j aoon. Mrs. It. S. Martin has been quite nml P'usli; added to this the entiro com-ievening drees, tcgether with for a few days, but is some betto ln"V ' the contrast of the gold bind instru- now. tho silken curtaius and Our old friend A. It. McUlary was in ' m,,,"s town this afternoon looking much itn you have the picture. An evening of reproved; he has recently piised through a, H'"''! hln lu genuine minatrelay follows, protracted lllnoao. Mrs. P. Heron, who T'le Indies Hpecirlly delight in patron-ha- s been quite ill and confined to her 'r'!u Gorton's entertainments, as ho baa bed for tho last vo or six months, is always given a mont refined performance thought to be convalescent at this writ j " H"t no onti need far to attend. Ing. Mr. T S. Frith has been on the WILLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. eick list, but has about gotteu well anln Mr. G A Ddnhaiu hai gone on a Mr. E. Woodall went to Ohio this week. Mios Dollie Turpin, one of Brodhead's trip to Iowa Mr. and Mra Win. Bowman belles who has been spending a few have months at Derea, returned this wek nnd another daughter at their home. Mr. and Mr. J. M. Vaughn have re- made the heart of one of our young men happy. Hohas boen wearing a swvet turned and are near the institute. amile ever slnco she came, Elder J. 0. Livingston, of Crab OrRepresentative Stone, of Kentucky, chard, will preach at the Christian and Senator Berry, of Arkansas, bio church next Sunday. known as the twins. They ore both of Mrs. Gren Clay Smith, of Washing, about tho same build, botli drees their ton, D. 0 , ia hero visltlngher daughter, beards alike, and each has lost a leg. Mrs. J. L. Whitehead. Stone'a amputated leg is the right, BerMr. A. M. King, who has been stayry's tho left, and not ouu observer in a ing in Nelson & Freeman' ilmo sin doz?n can ever identify them except by j returned to his home in Dauyillo Wed eeiuugin iijinu wie lupugrupuj oi inui nesday morning. miNUPg itmu. j Our town has been considerably stir-enamed Spunk has just marup for the past few daya on account of ried a Western girl named Spink. How the scarlet fever. Clay Smith, the little they have twisted It up to be sure. 'Past sou of Mr. J. L. Whitehead, died Sunesent tense spunk; future day night and a son of Mr. Peter tense splnk; Hinkle tense, spank. Princeton News. died Tuesday afternoon. Thero aro two s a of spring the other cases now in town, but the doctors Those hope to prevent the spread of the diseare blue bird and tho robin appeared in thu any further, us every precaution la being suburbs yesterday, but if there were any musical notes in their throats they had taken to atop it. Both schools have closed not thawed out. As a matter of orni their primary and intermediate depart-meutand if any mora cases develop thologlcal and meteorological fact, those will close entirely. advance guards of our summer song birds teemed to. confess by silence that HUBBLE. their appearance upon tho still remainBurdett Ball has a cat 10 years old ing Holds of enow was somewhat too Tho infant child of Jerry Hjbs died previous. Louisville Times, 18th. Sunday night. An exchango thus gives some idea of More town lota have been put on the siza of thu Lone Star State: You the market . could dig a Inko ia the center ot Texas, KubankB Bros, bought of J F. y put thu republic of Franco on an island Homu shoats at 3 J in that lake, and it couldn't bo seen from Misa Lulu O vsley proposes to begin the shore. You could hide EuglanJ, Ire- school hereabout tho middle of March. land, Scotland and W.iles in any pirt of T. 0. Knnkiu hns goue to Pulaski it, and it would be two months boforo county to straighten up some builness. anyone who didn't know of their locaGroenberry Bright, Jr, had n fine tion would bo able to get oven n suspi- mare to fall on the ice nnd cripplo hercion of it. self badly. y post-ollicu. re-llu- ed Mr. Cash Uutnmius, deputy aherilf Tate, of this county, bought of J. the property that ho houlit of Mra Mattlo Garter, on Grab Orchard street, and it is now understood that Mr. Cum ruins will soon move to Hro J head, Dr. I. S. Burdett, who married n Miss Payne about a year ago and moved to Grab Orchard, has recently moved back to Hrodhcad and now ocsuples tho tho Uutner property. Tne doctor hm a great many warm friends in this local! ty, who are glad to have him back in -- By a recent affirmation of tho court of appeal, of the judgment of tho cir-cucourt of Bayl- -, Mr. W. 0. Goodloe, who enjoined Charles 0 Fox from ink- In the ollioe of city attorney of Danville to which ho was elected, becauso ho hold that of master coinmksioner, will bo compelled to hand over to Mr. Fox, with i i,,lH'"'ti all of the fees he collected as city attorney during that time. lt lue bo-- "y e discover-differen- "lv ll I "Klt 11 home-keepin- g . , . d .man avant-courrler- s m lu-ro- - Hig-no- 73-l- Wonreglad tolnrn that Half rates to Cincinnati via Queen & good muuting in Lancaster heldthere is n by Bros Crescent Koute. On occasion of the An- Helm anil Arnold and n number of our nual Stato Conference Epworth League people are attending. Newport, Ky., which occurs on February lientry, tho murdorer of Madge 22nd to 2 Ith, the Queen & Crescent Route low, wnontwas tounil Half dead from will aull tickuta to Cincinnati' and return, an attempt suicide, will recover. from nil stations in Kentucky at one faro Two Livos Snvod. for the round trip, Belling February 21at, Mrs Phoobc Thomat, of Juiictuii City, III., wa nnd 22nd, good until February 25th, to told by ht'rdjctori ihnhmf pnninmniwin 3n. ., thcro ntn hope fur her, but two bonles of I)r return. Ask agents for particulars or Kiue .New Uitcovery complettly cured htr aud ho jars U taved her life Mr. Thoj. Kkbcm, iw W. C. Uinoarson, G. P. A., CincinHorlda bt , San Kranclico, differed from n dread nati. m "Too weather wo have been having Dr. naturally thankful. Itissuc.i rff , ,. , , . 1 ma iio u nuns 01 wnicn uesc arc samples, that provo the1 "",!. will miiko ice cheap." sun r jionoiiuu ui Kentucky community that Iihs" "I don't know ubout that. Very like- crtJ.,erFieMS5 R- - l eun D" ia about ly thoy will claim that much of the ico Store! ttUl to r.m ,, cr,au,rv aud mm crop wuh badly injured by the frost, and time tho till'ort ums a'Miuloned. Rlotrlc BJttora. This remedy is becoming o well known and so Unit pricca will bo higher next fiummer. AtHlctod with Uhoutmitlam' iui spc, ml mentmn All who have used hleitnc Hitters sins the samo sons; or Mr (jwi'tic I Mills, f l.eh.tiiuu, Cuiiu., says: A more or lees esteemed contompopraise. A purer medicine doeu not exist und it is 'I was alii s.til with rneumatisiu in my back nil w.ss Sw ai.si.Cw at times that I cuuld defeats Kuaranteed to do all that is claimed KUctnc last winter. r.iry declnieb that "Oomoci'utio Hitters will cure all diseases of the Mveraud Kid- not Stand up trilht but was nseronnno' lost full were b.eblugi In difeuuloe." If neys, will remove l'imtilei. Itml. Snli side. tit d different remedies w.uiout ifceivm .i other Directions caused by uut.l buught a bottlo of Chamberlain's thid ia true, they were rh well iliHgnised drive malaria from tlm iv.ii- impure blood; 'will a .y relict davs. accord Altoi usiuz It tor m .n.l ,....'.. ,. ' 1'ain lliln n ....i.-- ;,'-"..my "'." , In to directions, sincd rheu.uali-i.-threewas gonoand baa over yeltccojjuizod ...n iiiawriai levers, rorcurcot that no democrat nave unci rciouiinci.il Constipation und Indigestion, try Clec''r has nut returned Hitters Untire satisfaction guaranteed or 1n01.1v d It to oihr and know they have been benefit t'lein. Glasgow Timca nd-dre- morrow, Saturday. The "wets" have both shoulders to the wheel and tho "drya" are working like Turks. The is expected to bo close. The city council has purchased a Them at our prices. We are even now receiving our Spring stock of thoroughbred blood hound. Tho I, J. Dress Goods, clothing, ladies' shirt waists, gents' white and colored reporter asked a few questions about it and was told that the beast "would be shirts, boys' waists; ladies', misses and gents' shoes. Embroideries, used in treeing criminals.1' If some of laces, white goods and wash fabrics of every kind, hosiery, kid gloves them wero "treed" with a rope it would and corsets, towels, table linens, and everything kept in a dry goods come nearer putting a slop to devilment. The house is crowded at each service store and at prices we know you can afford to invest your money: held nt tho Methodist church. Some of We shall continue to sell staples at prices given you in a former issue the merchants close their business hotis. of this paper and will if possible make it both pleasant and profitable es to attend the morning meeting and for you to trade with us. everybody goes nt night. Several have jjined the church, and n large number have been sanctified. Tho meetings will continue indefinitely. Mies Hamilton, of Nicholasville, is the guest of Misa Nellie Marrs. Mrs. E A. Pascoo was received into the Christian church Sunday morniug. Air. Char ley Glass, of Camp Nelson, was in town SEE Wednesday. Misses Lizzie Goode and Goode. Rose Jell", of Nicholasville, are visiting The death of little Selma Bishop Mrs. Bako Walker. Mrs. M. E. Holmes cast a cloud of Borrow aud sympathy continuesquitoill. Mr. W. C. Woods, over our vicinity, as only Bitch n be- of Lawrenceburg, who lias been on duty Ifyou want to get tn the best companies. Farmers can save money reavement can do. It syoms but yester- as gaugor at Miller's distillery, returned by seeing him. day sines alio was playing about the to his home Wednesday, the distillery streets, with a word for everybody, old having burned. He is a gentleman and or young. But, the prince of good fellows. FIVE REASONS WHY Too J. W. Miller distillery near town '"My Lord hath need of these tl wcrets was destroyed by fire early Tuesday pv; ij .z JCTiJ lm. M ml The Reaper said, and smiled, morning. They had gone to work as us'Dear tokens of the earth are they ual, when thb "doubler" burst, causing D Whore ho was once n child.'" an explosion. In a very short thus 4he Such were thu Inaudible whisperings KY. of thq Reaper as he stole into the cham- entire building was enveloped in flames ber whero sho lay, last Sunday morning and burned to tho ground. The ware at 2:10 o'clock, and claimed her for his house and corn cribs were saved. Tho own. A short funeral service waH held machinery nnd n large quantity of beer at the house Sunday evening by Bro. wera lost, making the loss about $7,900. Bruce, nnd early Monday morning her Tho plant is owned by a Cincinnati firm I wish to thank my many friends and patrons for their very liberal remains were taken to Millersbu'gi and will be rebuilt immediately. There patronage. I am now in position to sell goods cheaper than any of was $4,700 insurance carried by Cincir-na- ti where sho was laid beside her father I. Because I have no rent to pay either for busicompanies. Judge W. E. Walker, my competitors. When I say that the childless widow hns 2. I keep no clerks 3. I have the storekeeper, had bis whiskers and ness house or dwelling. our heartfelt synipattiy, I know that I hair scorched by the explosion and aov to pay no city tax for water and lights. 4. I pay cash for all of my express the feelings of the whole community, scarcely ono of whom was un- eral other employes made narrow es- goods and give the trade the benefit of the big discountSv t 5. I wjH capes. , sell for cash, or 30 days only to responsible people, and will lose no known to little Solma. At 8an Francisco the greatest wine bad 'debts, 'and needno extra clerk to itemize long accounts. 'These deal that baa ever takes t place in the are my terms and I cannot change them under any circumstances. To LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. convince one and all examine these prices. United State was 'Contracted. Jt Little 'Rosalie; tie 8 year ofd daughGROCERIES. Baker's Flour, sale olil9,000,000 gallons and 1.50 per 100, best green Cofter of Mr. Josopb Wilkinson, of Chelf'a the luase of air of the largeet wineries. ia fee 23jc, Arbuckles 22 c, Granulated Sugar 22 lbs for $1, special Ridge, was buried at this place on the the California Wine Makers' corporation. prices in barrel lots, good green coffee 20c, black pepper nc, raisins, 10th. Theparchaser and lease is. the Califor- figs and prunes Best corn and tomatoes 3 cans for 25c, and ' Tho thermometer has Jbeen fooling nia Wine Association, an organization other bargains in the same line. around and below zaro bo long that buscomposed of the principal wine dealers BOOTS AND SHOES. Mens' heavy boot $2, former price $3. 50, iness and news both have become susin San Francisco. A good one (or St. 15, heavy plow ihof 75c, the bel one maJo lot $1.35. Mens fine shoei, U:e anl pended. At this writinglthere are some An uproar was started In the India- Con;rei,it$t, li j5,Si 50 and Ji former price $1.53, f, Si 53 and $3.51. Lilies' Kid, patent tip, $1. indications that the backbone of Winter na Uoubo by the charge that the Whis- A firit clats ladlet' kid shoe on all different laiti it $1.33, tht other merchants are selling at Jj. Iibb become weakened. I will close out my present stock of clothing re- CLOTHING. ky League was keeping free whisky on There is a general opinion that this tap cardlessofcost. I only mention a few to show how cheap they are. A pood black wool cheviot tuit in the Capitol basement for the use will be a good crop and fruit year, with of members who desired more light on lor men at $j 93. Heivy.al toM catsimore ptn'i at 5, in last anytime in itoclc at leti moniy than you ever bonght them A goad long Overoat for $ 1, You must e the birgaina I havo tc properly the oxceptlon of poaches. In regard to the Nicholson Temperance Bill. A per- appreciate them, peachen, tho old farmers ara divided on sonal encounter between two members DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS at such marvelous reductions that tho subject. Somo think they are alwas narrowly averted and ladies fled it teems almost Impossible. I can only mention a few. All calicoes at 'Ac including Indigos, blacls ready killed, while others believe other-wisfrom the gallery. and mournings. Maionviiie anu Lontdale bleach cottcru at 7c. All wool casslmires and Henriettas, Miss Emm Slaughter, a CoviDgton 40 inches wide, at 35c. 4 ipjoU of Clark's thread for 15c, and a tbouian things I haven't space to Elder C. C. Cline, of Cincinnati, is young woman has flled a $10,000 dam-ng- e mention. Goads were never sol- as low as I will sell them. Remruilur my terras aro CASH, or the limit to responsible people is jo days. All accounts ar: now cast due ond those indeed to me will ttiib week delivering a series of lectures suit against Dr. J.J. McCullum, pica so scttla at ouce. spring samples of Clothinj now on hand nt grcatU teduced on "Romanism Unmasked" and will ment and milk inspector of that town, Plccs. JAMES KRVt, Huiloovllle, Ky. close Friday night. Ho ia thoroughly for an alleged criminal assault. She posted on tho subject nod dhaudles it claims that March 21 last, while riding with much power. His entertaining in a buggy with the doctor, be chloromagic lantern views nt night and his able formed tier, etc. lectures In tho day time cro drawing Tne Lexington authorities have ap good crowds and aro awakening n great Undertakers and Dealers in Furniture, Stanford. pointed six physicians to go through the intercut among the people and vaccinate the community one and By the way, there is a dispute in and better assorted stock cannot be found in Central Kenall. Thero will be no exceptions except A larger this region about what day in February those who havo been tucky. Your but recently vaccomes on. Is there any cinated. the ground-hoThose refusing to permit tho body about tho Intkiiiok Jodunal, ofllce work will bo lined ;io. of autlL'iunt captcity to settle tho matter Nobody who is in favor of tho free intelligently ? Some contend that Feb. COinntTU Of silver, whinh mennu olU-o2 is tho day ho cornea out to investigate Come in and monometi.llism and a silver standard like When you see our immense line a id low, Cah prices iiisshndoA', while otlicrd sty tho 11th is that of Mexico, deserves the support ol learn how low you can buy a nice Rocking Chair, Bed Room Suit, Uy leg alitivo enactment tha thu day. the peoplo ol Kentucky for any cilice. Couch, Mattresses and Springs. Call and see us, 2d day of February ia g. h. day. Ed. Louisville Commercial. WITHERS & HOCKKR. Mrs John G. Montgomery, of The crfiunury at Snitti'd Grovo sold committed suicide at New Paris. Saturday to Mr. Davu Kirby for $023. Cincinnati, will deliver three lectures at the Christian church on Itotnanitnv They will be on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights, tho last night being for men ouly. 0 promises to inaku some Htartling revelations and everyone should hear him If you come to town on Saturday afternoon be sure to, go to tho Christian Endeavor's baz tar. You will find it in Mr. Fryo's store window, attended by two of our handsomest young ladies, which fact, itself, wou'd compel anyone to buy some nice beaten biscuits, pickleB or other good things. Mr. John Taylor has gone to to live with his mother. He had many friends nnd nil regretted to Bee him leave. Mr. Tildon Cook comes over from Danvillo nearly every week; but as ho courts so early and so late nnd so nobody aavo ono fair damsel gets a peep at him. Miss Ida Durr, ono of Morcor's most beautiful and accomplished yourg ladies, came over Saturday and brought hr,r little sister, Lorn, who will attend College. She was the guest of her College friends and Mrs. George Brad-fordsville y, as business of importince will come up, A vote on tho question of local option will be taken at Bryantavillo to- Whether you need these goods or not, It Will Pay You to Buy HUGHES & TATE. FOR ISTSILRANCE THAT INSURES, Kirby, The Insurance Man, A ivi HUSTONVILLE, Fr lETE) X, JC XI CTi Xj Can M Goods Cheaper than Others. high-priced . 8fc. e. 1 1 3-- Jy tnlor-.-nak-e Withers & Hocker, g Hearts Will Leap for Joy ....HERE IS THE LEADER !. r Cjn-thian- a, K,;.WW 1 ...... 1 lliellt'tl btr.Un for some timn. lbrinB uatl" iNew ver she let a pug don kiss her. Uowraan'a two son8 then nttHuked him with clubs nnd broke Iui akull, ItU belioved at Washington that Npretnry CirliB'n tj recommend Wal lace Sllflbv to PllPPPPil Ills lalUOr, 1 1103 II Shelby, as Collector at Lexington After an illness of three weeks, Col. It. 1. Pepper, ono of the n refunded. I'rlceyjc and i per bottle at A ,K. ed by Its use. lurfuibn in Keutucky, died Tuesday For sale bv Dr. S. O. docker, druggist, Mr. J, A. Scriven, a prominent manufacturer of l'enny 1 drug store. morning at hid homo in Frankfort. iS l.asl ml ttreel, Now York City, purchateit a Carllon Coriiwoll, Thomas Koarne, a section man oi reirfan of the Canrte. Mid- tottlo of Chamlirrhin'j Cough Ktinedy f,om Buclilln'd Arnica Salvo. druggist II II. Lano, reokiMii, r. i. oucn jooa dletown, N. J.,bello ves thatChnnberlai-TC. ugh iolluwci! It u that ho sent back to Mr. Rsiiie ay should be In every home. Ho used it lor The best sal. e in the woill for cut, bruises, tha C S. nrir L'txinstoa, was murdered remits lores, ulcers, salt rheum, f. ver sores, tetter, chap for tho money he had just drawn and his' l.aiie (or two bottle more of the Uimo remedy a old and it rlfectesl a pre.ly cure. He says IhoK) who flio thu medicine a trial re teldoin ".. J.eEJ aSrantl remedy; I can recommend It to .ed band., chilolains.ior s and all skin eruptions. with any other when in need ot uch n all I havo seen it used tor tiified hooping cojtfli with It bositivelv cures titles, or no rpay renuircd. It is body put ou tho railroad track. . preparation. It it unequalled for cough and colds. th best results '' at and jjcent bottle Kuiranteea togivc pcricct sausiaction or .1. , noted Louisville gam drujfgUI, StanI'or sale by Dr. S. U. Hocker, druggist Stan- Fefunued I'rue 35 nU per, box Forsaie by1,, h, '""RIJ, Vli kalo 1 Dr. S. O. Uocktr, b't-ris dead. ford. U. l'enny, Stanfo'd, Ky A ford. nnpular.-utoiiee1 HZTlh, l 7ietor n98a"1 ,Uo1w11"',n' oI " l" Alban'' sssskSsskv 3fa Hr-- W m. sflsssssssssllsWssVBsssssssss. Z'Z&iimmimml3mtS3mwSmf2mmSZ!??7mmmmmmmm pC,i"'h' s- BSjfcv. -i 1 111.-,.- .,, 1 VfcslPs iTfrat. ssssssS - 1 ""'"'"" V Mead-ai.hc- 1 best-know- Stan-foi- d. I s -- . .. Over 100 now n use in Lincoln county and all of them giving satisfaction. It has no eqaul. Costs less to keep it in repair an J does the work better than ..ny plow made. The VulcanJChilled Plow. 1 , W. II WEAKEN & CO. KS ' x grjr -- : Interior Journal Stanford. Ky., February 22, 1895 Tub death of Frederick Doughs, tho noted colored politician, which occurrod a. Wash'ngton, Wednesday, removes quite a unique character from the public gaza. Born of slave parents in 1817, ho soon tired o"f the galling chains and escaping went North and obtained an education, lie then lectured and edited a pipor, and it being thought that he was implicated in the John Brown insurrection at Harper's Ferry in 1859, Gov. Wise, of Virginia, tried to bring him to tho State under a requisition, hut he went to Encland and remained till tho break ing out of the war, when he returned and urged President Lincoln to employ colored troops, lie has held a great many offices, the last being minister to Hayti. His estate is valued at $200,000. Ex Gov. Pattison. democratic can didate for mayor of Philadelphia, tempted fato once too often. Ho was beaten for the office Tuesday by the unprecedented majority of 60,000. As the dem ocrats mado the contest on the promise to unearth frauds and rascality in municipal affairs, the result shows that the republicans are dead against having their record looked into. W. P. WALTON. By a vote of SG to 27, Senator Black-burvotiiiR in the affirmative and Senator Lindeny in the neative, the silver men in the Sennto forced the Jones freo nua aiimr Mil frntn its reaulnr order and tried. to bring its passage to vote It wwatt flta by remaining in session im n opponents of silver posed of, but the silver-iteused the favorite weapons of the dilatory unlimited talk and other up means, and they had to finally give is now settled thBt no silIt in diejjust. ver legislation will be had during this term, as the advocates of it threw up the sponge by a resolution offered by .. tvnixntt iWlariniz that while the prosperity of the United States depends nn tha iraa oninnoB of silver at a ratio of the was the sense ir.tol.it rnnnidpration of ofBUCh Senate a law .).f IU upon at tuts sesshould not be entered sion of Congress. Split bairs as we may and prate about we freedom of thought and action as there is will, says the Louisville Times, n neither reason nor excuse for the and theatre in any Sunday saloon community that professes to bo Christian Both of these instituand tions are sources of enough misery and immorality six days in the week to take the beer Sunday off. The milk-carnewspaper publishing house wagon, the and the variety playhouse may have the same Sunday standing, or tho lack of it, in the eyes of the law, hut if so it is because, as every man who will see does see, justice is blind. ? 1 n e, c-- wide-ope- The Mexican veterans will be glad to know that the House has passed a bill to equalize their pensions and make them ull$13a month. The bill will benefit about 17,000 pensioners by increasing their pensions in the aggregate of $1,000,- 000. God-fearin- g. t, Cashier FiaaBTT, of the Bank of Lexington, Va., is a thief, but ho is no hog lie left the stockholders and depositors 30.000 and only took the other $155,000, when he might just as easy have gotten away with it all. ' The parodies of justice are ever appearing. The Bame jury in Allen county which sent a man up for two years for killing another, gave one who stole The drys won at Flemigsburg Tuesday two hams 2 years. But one was white, by a majority of 12, after the usual ex- the other was not. citing Bcenestbat attend a prohibition NEWSY NOTES. election. When the result was announced all the church bella in town were Two new cotton mills with 45,000. rung, women fell on each other's necks preachers spindles will be built at Atlanta at once and wept for joy, while the William McMasters, of Kentucky, threw up their hats and jumped Jim remarkablo that in all the goes to Aden, Arabia, as United States Crow. It is contests for and against the Bale of liq- Consul. Beteen 100 and 150 lives were lost uor that tho sentiment as expressed by by the burning of a steamer in Rio Jathe voters should be so evenly divided. neiro bay. In the elections held in this State for Tom Owsley, a Louisville negro, was for or against some time the majorities stabbed to death at Lexington by Mar 100. have rarely exceeded shal Grevious. A letter from a nativo fixes the total Wk have it by grape vino telegraph an article, number of Armenians recently slaughthat Goy. Knott is preparing which will likely appear in the Courier-Jcurn- tered at 7.239. Miss Rose Schwartz, of New York, which will y or Wattereon, Carlisle and Editor Knott gave birth to a boy whilo on the street rip "hell, West and crooked," with his shafts talking to a policeman. Lieut. Peck, of the Ordnance Corps, of sarcasm. Gov. Knott is on the wrong we verily believe, but was killed at Sandy Hook by the burst side in this fight as ing of a gun undergoing test. he can hold bis own with the bett of People do not seem to be atrald of them and is never so much at home as the LaGascogne. Already 310 passengers when be dips his good gray goose quill are booked for her return trip. in blue vitrol and expresses bia views i f W. H. Julian, a prominent Frankthrough them on men and measures fort attorney, was badly burned by ex white paper. plosion of a lamp, Monday night. Willie Miller, aged 13, committed was very anxious for his adversa Jon . IU II. ..VI a linnW . Whether his desin suicide at Indianapolis, because he failed n .; www IJf was gratified, the Scriptures do not toll to pass an examination at school. The Washington Legislature is tryus, but if the old gentleman had lived in this day and time he might have been ing to banish Chinese from the State by very easily accommodated. During last putting a tax of $500 on queues. A strike has been ordered among the books were published in year the United States, about 15 for every building trades in New York. From to 25,000 men were called out. working day in it. Truly of the making Kentucky at present 2,- There are-iof books there Ib no end. S14 registered physicians and a few othA Padccaii paper announces authori- ers who are practicing medicine illegally. tatively that Congressman Slone will not Two thousitul Chinese soldiers were bo a candidate for governor, but would should it be given killed by the explosion cf a magazine in accept the nomination the forts at Takao, on the island of Forhim to break a dead lock. Thus lies still mosa. born one of the several attempts to Gov. Brown has declined to interfere bring out candidates against Hardin and to be and George McGee will hang at FrankOlay. The race for governor seems fort March 1 for the murder of Charles made up and one or the other of the Thomas. two named will bo nominated. An Indiana man suicided by a new Maj. T. H. Shelby, collec- method. He cut down a tree and ran The death of as falling, being crushed tor of internal revenue In the Lexington under it it was to death. riintrfot. which occurred Tuesday of ver The steamer St. Augustine, sailing tigo, creates a vacancy for which there from Jacksonville to New York, is 22 will bo a scramble. Col. Breckinridge will havo to hustle if he gets his work in days overdue, and it has probably gone bifore he is retired two weeks from now. down at sea. Judge Jackson decides that voters Maj. Shelby was a farmer before his ap cannot testify as to their ballots, though pointment and a grand son of Kentucky's "" the election officers make false and fraudfirst governor. al to-da20,-00- of Ciay E B Howard, shorlago in county, Is charged with a his accounts and will ba tried at tho next court. Mrs. Lou Hatton, of Winchester, who was run over by a O. and O. train and lost a leg was awarded a verdict for $7,000. She sued for J'JU.UUU. Tips at Washington point to a choico between Congressman Wilson, of West Porter, ol Virgmin, and for a successor to tho lato Minister Gray. Both Houses of tho Missouri legislature adopted a joint resolution to the State capital to Sedalia, provided Sedalia will erect a capitol and suitable buildings. The death of Mrs. Julia G. Hunt, who was president ol tho woman's or ganization which took conspicuous part in the campaign against Col. Breckin ridge, occurred in Lexington, Monday. Tho Treasury department bIiowb internal revenue receipts dur'ng the sev en months ended January 31, 1895, as follows: 8plrits, $53,578,314, an increase over tho same period in 1801 So.710.6ll. John Young, colored, under son tence to be hanged March 15 for the murder of John Jordan, also colored, escaped from tho Edmonson county jail at Brownsville and has made good his escape. at New York has --The received $2,457,417 in gold on account of the bond syndicate, making $20,4S,500 received up to this date. The Byndicato has issued a prospectus offerering the bonds at 112. While Bkating near her homo in Henry county, MIbo Carrie Pelsgrove fell, driving a hatpin Into her brain, the pin breaking off, leaving part of it in her head. She died before Bhe could bo carried to her home. Harry Roundtree, son of tho late It H. Roundtree, a prominent lawyer, met death in a horrible manner near Lebanon. The mare he wasdriving ran away and he was thrown out. His feet got en" tangled in the gear and head down lie was dragged two miles. llT ex-Go- v. leu-nesse- e, vo Sub-Treasu- ry Win. Moreland bought In tho Junction City section S3 hogs averaging 145 pounds at 3 E S Powell Hold to J. K. Baughman for $90 and to an a other party a good one for $100. Tho Glasgow Times says uiai muain Kalin shipped 10 cars of export cattle When from Warren, for which ho paid $t 20. a is in the M. F. Elkln bought of John Gooch bunch of 200 pound hog at 3jc and of various parties a lot of fat cows at '2 to 2io. Meno-feo'- s P. W. Green has rented J. N. stable and will handle a number of extra good horses. If you havo one to sell you should flee him. Col. Thos. Bowman sold 100 acres ol land In Mercor to Deputy Sheriff Sullivan at $51. Three or four years Hgo, the samo land brought $100 an acre. One vear ago a Hurgin mau bought 800 buahels of hemp seed at two dollars per bushol. List week ho shipped it to Nebraska and sold at four dollars at home. J. J. MtGlnnia reports that ho sold several palra of mules hero Monday, at $100 to $110, and at $47 to 50 for single; one yoke oxen, $57, and bunch of scrub steers at $3. Advocate. A farmer in Mason county reports the result of a recent trUl of wheat-feeing, covering a period of 12 days. He fed the animals eround wheat, and the grain in weight gave him a return of $1.20 per buBhel. At the sale ol the lnte Monroe Leer in Bourbon county 02 jicks averaged $250. One farm of 275 acres sold to W. W. Massie at $8J 50 per acre. "New Forest," tho homo place, of t)0U acres, bid to S9 per acre, withdrawn, It G. Evaue, quite an enthusiastic young Boyle county horseman, will havo 10 head in training in a private stable Farley, who developed this spring. several good oues lust year and year heft, re Inst, ill havo them in ihare. d IT'S NO USE TO SO GOLD. you can, come to the Louisville Store and get an outfit that reach of all. This is for the Ladies. Our $2.40 Outfit For Ladies. For the $2..10 we can sell 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 2.40. Our $2.45 Outfit ForJBoys. A stylish suit 4 to 14 ., jt ,JZ: years, a substantial pair of shoes 2xi to 5, a pair of good warm hose, a nice winter cap, a good negligee shirt. All for $2 45. Our $6.50 Outfit For Men. 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 All for $6. 50. $6. 50 buys this outfit. un-wea- r. lo Don't fail to see our Samples of TO THE Merchant : Tailor CITIZENS Mill, : Suits, Of Lincoln County. The New MATfUMONJOMATTERS. From one of the best concerns in the Hast. We will give you choice of 300 styles pants made to order, fit guaranteed, from $5 to $7.50. In Michigan an injured husband has just secured the release of tho depsoiler of his home from prison. Lancaster Planing i? &.. Tna returning board at Frankfort decided 3 to 2 that Tonoy was legally elected to the appellate bench from the Louisville district, but as that gentleman very wisely declined to accept the office on a divided vote it will devolve upon the governor to appoint. He and Norent he ought to appoint Boyle to the fice. Bhould Thk Lexington to take entire charge-oemploy the ladies the publication. The issue gotten out by them is a decided improvement on any tho establishment has ever sent out. But tbeu it is an easy matter to get out Press-Transcript man voted for BDyle and to be consist- of- oao paper. The rub comes when you have to come to time 305 or even 104 limes a year, whether you feel like it or not. - - Tub W. O. T. U.at Lexington is after The good ladies do Col. Breckinridge, not want him to lecture there and in their resolutions condemn anyono to retirement from tho public platform who wohas tried to destroy the confideuceof in mankind, and who teaches manhood of virtue that there is a doub'e standard lor men and women. VSkj Lancaster, Ky., John Stapleton, who was married in Grayson, the other day, surprised the It now In 'till operation, and Invites the attention ol the builder or Lincoln county to lU material, preacher by giving him 5 cents. and low price. Note bought n pearl lupetioi workmanship W. K. Vanderbilt necklace with a diamond clasp for his OUR wife Tuesday, which cost $14,500. W. B. Bradshaw and Miss Clara B, Pertvctlv clear Doolaror rellnw Dint floormf at At low a $i jo per hundred. Broaddns, of McCreary, Garrard county, Jjpei hundred. yellow popiai wmn ovrumK 1'erlecllv clear A low at $i yuper hundred, Co per hundred. were married at Mr. A. B. Anderson's in ft this county Tuesday. pine, poplar, cheitnut and ash, M low as ?t 5 per .. kv nunorea. ib hundred. iiquuia urnicu lumvv.finishing lumber Black, of Madison, Mrs. Eula Hcautiful t1Iow pine you. married Monday to Jaraea Chambers, quarter oak, Ac. Save money by giving ut just two weeks after a divorce bad been "d,"'TlIE LANCASTKk PLANING MILL. Lancaster, Ky granted her first husband on account of ;j m her desertion. GEO B. COOPKR. II YEAGKtt. of Danville, JAS. Mies Pattie Green, Thos. M. Green, daughter of : will wed Prof. Crawford, a rising young .Proprietor! of... ...... Presbyterian divine, who now holds the chair of Hebrew in Danville Theologian Seminary. STANFORD, KY. James B. Green, a widower of 44, Havine bought of P W. Green hn Llvcrv and Mrs. Bettie Eubanks, a widow 10 end added new bugsivs and home, we are years his junior, were married at Rev. prepared to furnish W. E. Ellis' Tuesday. The bride is a FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS moBt estimable woman, whilo the groom, On abort notice. The traveling public will find tumuli who is a brother of Mr. P. W. Gieen, of ui alwaya ready and willing to double, or Cam lingle or farmer and an ago ofWagons, eithervery LOW PRICKS. this place, is a he a I kinds at boy a in and around town will alio find u the peo excellent man. pic to deal with. Stop with ut when in town at Mr. H. D. Campbell and Miss Maud courtt and entertainment! and )our hone and vc be well cared for Pettue, daughter of Dr. J. D. Pettus, hide will YKAGER & COOPKR Mjert Home Stable, Stanford, Ky were married at the bride's homo in S; Crab Orchard yesterday by Rev. W. E. J. V. lAt CHUAS Ellis. The bride is woll knonn here anu M. S. IlAt CUMIN. She is is a sister of Mrs. J. F. Cummins. J. a haudsome and accomplished lady and M. a loving wife, while the grocm will prove rKoraitTOKS is said to be a Bplendid young man . He & SALE is from Bath county, but is at present express messenger on the O. S. between Cir.cinnati and Chattanooga. Alter tuo Kentucky. coremony thoy took the train for Lexington, where thy will visit a few days and II you need livery give ut a call. Nothing but turnouti will leave our stable. Sec ut then go to Cincinnati to resi le. for rales. In our of Mr. George W. Tribble, Jr., HARNESS SHOP Marshall, Mo , and Miss Willie Smith assortment of Harness, yesterday at the home of You will find a goodHave your repalmg done by were married Saddles, Ac. Mr. Tribble is a brother of our man, he understands bit busircts We have a Mr. Tribble rneihanic in our Mr. Zm Tribble, of Danville, and bin BLACKSMITH SHOP. marriage was a complete surprise to his work and satisfactory folks in Kentucky.- He was recently on Will guarantoe home in Lincoln, and prices. Tty our horse shoer. a visit to his old before returning to Missouri visited relulent returns. atives in Christian county, this State. 'Bread is the Staff of Life" Horatio Stetson, of Seattle, Wash., Thfir he met Miss Smith, who lives in fell against a circular saw, which cut THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. county, and as she was going to Misthreo inches into bis brain, yet he bids that accompanied him on souri to visit, she fair to recover. trip. He concluded that she The snow in Denmark this week is his return fine a woman to be allowed to was too 18 feet dueo in nlaces. This shows that rnhirn In Kentucky. Advocate, lho Europe has been suffering from weather j groom is the father of Mr. W. A. Tribble as severe as ours. niace. and the marriage is h'a A barnstorming lot of troupers tour- of this third. -Faas--- -ing Illinois gave a souvenir night in celAND TRADE ITEMS. ARM ebration of the 50th performance since salaries were paid. Harkaway put fivo in the list last Edward Evans, of Fort Worth, Tex., year. on a recent cold night took an electric J. E. Bruce lo3t 18 lambs out of 24 light to bed with him for warmth. Tho during the cold spell. loss from fire was slight. Yeager & Cooper sold to P. V. Green Ellen Jackson, colored, who killed a brown gelding for $ 85 . her lover in Scott county, was convicted There ia an epidemic of hydrophoat Georgetown of manslaughter and giv- bia among stock in Wayne county. s en two years at Frankfort. fczsr'Atways Reliable. John Anderson bought of Win. heifers at $10. There are four babies in the State a small bunch of fat Make the LIGHTEST BREAD, penitentiary. Three were born inside Gambetta Wilkes was represented on SWEETEST CAKES, the walls, and one a short time after the turf last year by 27 sons and daugh. WHITEST BISCUITS. the mother was sentenced, ters. Bids for the $02 500,000 of new 4 per O. V. IIiggin9 purchased of J. W. & Salo by cent, bonds of tho United States were W. F. Hedges, 50 head 1,10 Mb cattle at : C. : Pitrin Kentuckian. received and closed in just 20 minutes at ?.ir bought a bunch oft New York Wednesday. Tho subscripLlllard Brothors Dealer in General Merchandise, tion at London exceeded the allotment long yearling cattle from Jim Allen, of , - Lincoln, at 2i. Advocate. 20 times over. LOUISVILLE : STORE, Cynthiana, STANFORD, KY, A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Branch Stores; some: OF PRICES: Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Virsaillcs, Ky. and Mackport, Ind. ex-edit- or Yeager & : Cooper, bus-ine- The Best and Latest Improved, Livery and Feed Stable, ti O'BRIEN'. WAGONS, And a Full Line of Drum-me- r' 1 well-to-d- o 0 Harness of All Kinds. Call on FARRIS & HARDIN. .Our Stock of. S.& W. Baughman, LIVERY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, first-cla- ss Drugs, : Books, : Paints LARGE Ilri-dle- a, - And Oils is WELL SELECTED. We can save you Come in and sec. And prices the very Lowest, quality considered. money on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. - first-cla- G.L. PENNY, Exr. Ballard's OBELISK Flour & K5SS. FOOT WEAR Of Every Description. Kip, Calf and Rubber Boots Mcn'sJFincShocs in Machine and Hand Sewed. Shoes. &WSjju Children's Ladies fine Kid Goods in welts and turns. School H. J. McROBERTS. fl.4G.RUPLEY,- 6 Pep-pie- mhmttilMvAfotA If RtceiYing Hii - J. 'For FLOHEiTCE, Kentucky. r aj! FALL J -:- AND -:- - WINTER -:- - GOODS call. Stanford, Goods Warrantedjuid a PerfectJFit Guaranteed. Give me .jmmj & m J4t sTffr ' VQ it0!! '!" fTyyr- - y'WMjfraiipiUiiw1 yyg?'w,w&fy7wiwy!p;f "wwe nr ' mM ;m t7-5i- p .TycHlt'""j' , The troupe asks us to give Miss Mattio Dunon nnd PytuiiuHt Wn'toti'd Op- Paxton and Mr. John J. McRoberts n big Olii gold and Biivnr boulit. Gash or era House, Tuesday night, vim an artistic shnre of the credit of tho successful pertrade. Ditikft, tlio Jewoltir. success nud tho performers not only sur formance Tliuy attended most of th BrANFOiU). Kv Peiiruaky 2'2, 1896 Tim ladles guv) nn excellent nunner1 i 00 ' ulu ue,K"wu i'i 'rgo auuience, rehearsals -- criticizing and making sugFitted by Latest Scientific Methfor thu bunt-ll-t of tlio K. I'd nnd took in w",c" "Aii gathered in tuoir honor. Tlio gestions that proved invaluable. Mn w.ib uuiiutjjiiiuiy am, nnd inord was ods. Examination Free. Wc E. C. Walton, Business Manager about 70 grog. CHURCH AFFAIRS. not a hitch from start to finish. It is Col. W. 0. P. Bkkckinuidcje will lee. dlllicult to piirtictilanz)whon everything guarantee to fit or no pay. Buy Rev. R R. Noel, of Garrard, has lure at Danville, March I), on "Tho Ago was bo well douo, but one would have to rented Mrs. S. PERSONAL POINTS. 0. Truohenrt's houso hero your Watches, Clocks and, Jewand its Problem." ha poaaesaed far less of appreciation than aud will remove his family to Stanford. Miea Ai.mk Hknoiucks wont to Louia wo to omit to mention the charming We welcome tho good evangelist to our villo Wudtumlii). Thk banks will be closad and tho post- elry from manner inwhich Miss Annio Grceu pro- midst. Is with olllco will observe Sunday hours Mb. J. L. Klkis. of Lebanon trayed tho loving sweetheart in the charHenry G. Sandifer has been elected hla brother, Mr. M. P. Ktklu. In honor of Washington's birth-daacter of Oalanthe or how tenderlv nnd to succeed Mr. Proctor as Superintendent Miea Janik 1'ki.and la visiting her n ot the Methodist Sunday School. Mr Tub performance of Gorton's MinBtrels buautifully.Misa Fannie Shanks as brothor'a lamily at Lawrencoburir. depicted the affection of the wife Sandifer has been identified with the Gii.KRiwo.s.of Crab Orchard, iiBtrlcllyretlned, entirely tit from start Mr. J. H. Up to date in Style and Prices. to flniah for a lady audience. They will and mother. Iuthepartiug ucenes, the school for many years, and It was the Bjiont a low dtiya with Col. V. G. Welch. bo with us next Tuesday night. Bo sure one with her lover and the other with unanimous oplnon that he was the best Mn. 0. l Uiiowm and wife, of tho Weal her husband, Jwhen thoy thought they qualified man for tho place. Danville and Beo them. Kud, huvo beou viaUInK Mm. Loo Myers. were going to their deaths, each display- Advocate. A man who is in poeillou to know says ed the most consummate art and won the Miaa Sallik Hokton la very ill with a Dr. Iloyet is preaching some elothroat trouble and la not expected to there will be more indictments returned highest encomiums. The costumes they quent and convincing discourses at the by tho grand jury, which moots next wore were very becoming and neither live. Biptiet church ncd arousing much enEva Uuciianan,o( week, for violation of tho liquor laws over looked prettier. The part of Arria, thusiasm for tbe causa of Mima Maouik and Christ. The mother of Oalanthe, dees not require so singing is splendid and altogether the Grab Orchard, are guests of Miss Eiaio than ever beforo. ? much work as tho two named, but Miss services are most entertainiog. A num Burch. Tiir Knox county women atjom to bo Eiale MlRSU) Ovist AN!) LlLUB MoJHK, Of G- Burch made the most of it and con ber have taken the good step since last able to hold their own with drunken and tinned her reputation as a line delineator report. spy, have been visiting their slater, Mrs. cowardly husbands. One recently killed Arc you coming to town on business? If you are it will pay of character. She mado a very handFd Wilkinson. The Baptist Book Concern at Louis' you to take your wife some of the splendid values we are offerHarrods-bur- g hers when ho assaulted horaudtho other some matron indeed. Mil. 8. W. Mknkkke went to ville has been Bold to C. T. Dearing, but day Mrs. Henry Siiope cut bur old man's In the hands of Mr. Clarence E. Tate, the Western Recorder was not Included yeaterday to hear the argument in ing in head open, when ho tried to slash ber the manly and courageous nature of in the sale. It will continue under the the VanAradall trial. with n knife. Damon was ably sustained. Ho acted business management of Dr. W. P. HarHiciiaiii) and Will IIockkr and Joe To You- - If you owe mo I insist that well, read his lines in fine voice and vey. Dearing originally owned the esMcAlister nro over from Lexington Uniyou come forward at once nnd settle. If gavo the tnost;difficult passages with the tablishment and will conduct it as in versity to spend tho J. MhH J. T. IIarhib went to Georgetown you do not comply with this request I easoland.'grace which comes from a nattho past. Tuesday to attend tho golden wedding of will not hesitate t placo your account in ural talent and untiring prnctice. As D wight L. Moody, tbe evangelist her brother, H. 0. tho hands of an officer for collection. I Pythias, Mr. Harvey Helm very fairly bis 68th birthday recently in San Ho was a Antonio, Tex. On the eame day his t. divided the honorB with him, Mr. J. W. Eimiamch tells us that bis trust this hint to tho wise will be typical lover and unflinching friend and mother, Mrs. Betsy Holton Moody, celduighter, Mica Alice, who la under the P. W. Green. his presentation of tho character was an ebrated her 00th birthday jn the Iioubo Table Linens, Hamburgs, Laces, Shoes, Hosiery, Underwear and treatment of Dr. MarBh, at Danville, Is Com it and see our new white goods, admirni o piece of acting. Though forrapidly improving. in which she brought up her children, Carpets. It. F. Tkvrli.H'K, Jr., who goes nhead embroideries, laces, ladies' waists, now eign ir Jin his uature, Mr. W. U. Shanks and in which sho has lived GO years, in Minstrels, was heio tiee, lace collars, new shoes, new cloth-in- hIiowkI that ho coiildact the tyrant with East Northfield, Mass ot Gortou'B N. 0. e and if wo can't (It you in. skill uud fiuisu which evidenced real art Wednesday and left unmistakable evigoods, wo can ahow you 600 sam- and as Dionyslus ho acquitted himself Gold. The California Assembly dence of tho coming of bin show next ples from tlio best tailors in thu country so creditably that his prai&cs were in passed the bill to prevent the wenring of Tuesday. Mn. A. II. Kinley and wife, of Albion, and have them made. Hughes & Tate. everybody's mouth. Mr. S, W. Mene-fe- e hats or bonnets in theaters or other We are making on Brown and Bleach Cottons and Sheeting made an excellent DamocleB and pinces of public amusements. The bill lad., have located hero nml nro at Mrs. J ciHiK Davison and County Attorney gave a most intelligent and capablo con- imposes a penalty of 50 for violation of will make you wonder where we get them. Duddernr's. Mr. Kinley will likeKtu ly open u paint shop. He w 111 also tench Paxton went to Crab Orchard yesterday ception of the part. Mr. W. II. Wearen law. n to try Thomas Baker for rnpo committed essayed the part of Philistiua nnd preThere are more prisoners in the tho liAtitl boy a. on Miss Tabitha Settles at tho Vander-poo- l sented it finely, while Mr. B. H. Danks county jail at present than at any Dr. Mrs. J. F. Uoldam, Mrs. House in that place In November as Procles proved himself an actor of de- other time in the history of the county. Miss Mollio Brooks and J. W. and W. A. Brooks formed a party from Ornb Or- last. Baker has been at largo until a cided merit. Mr. A. II. Severauce had Tho jail is not large enough to accommochard that attended tho Damon and Py- fdw dajH ago, when ho was captured at the rather unenviable task of presenting date 20 prisoners, the present number, London. thias performance. Lucullus, but ho was equal to tho occa- and the jailer has been compelled to pa Mrs. 0. II. Paink writes that only (n We have Made and Shipped to whoao gross income for sion aud did himself credit. The Sena- role several of them. Evanv man Th 3 State board of equalization has two days this winter lias tho mercury tho year 1S91 ws $3,600 or over will tors, soldiers and guards were too nubeen lelow zero in Boston. Tho sunny have to make return to Collector Bodes merous to mention individually. The gone far enough in its work on tbe last South seems to have swapped climate and verify it by affidavit. As incomes disguises of somo of tbtm were so com- uaseBsment to reach the conclusion that property in the State has not, ns a rule, with tho frozen North and Eist. only in excess of 1,001 are taxed, the plete that it kept tuauy of the audience been nsseesed for more than GO per cent. ) Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Scoo,(neeTiptoi of its value, and a raise all along tbe reason for submitting the smaller men guessing who tbey were. arrived from Dyeraburg, Tenn., Tuesday, to the inquisitorial demands of the law The climax in the 6th act, when exe- line may be expected. Mrs. Lavinia Bohannon, daughter of A Full Line of and were elegantly entertained while Is not apparent. cutioner J. W. Perrin stood with uplift- Win, A. Harris, Congressman-at-larg- e mm by Mn. K. P. Woods, and Mioses hero ed axo to sever tho bead of Pythias from from Kansas, who eloped with a livery Gorton'b Original New Orleans Min urn oouy, uo Having given Himself a min of Luray, Va., last August, commit Nancy and Susan Baughman. Mr. Sugg iaanoldnowapaperman, who reformed strels, which appear here noxt Tuesday ramsom to die for Damon if he failed to ted Buicido at her Luray home by taking to become a lawyer, and Is brilliant and night, Feb. 20, travel in their new pri- return from a farewell visit to his wife poison. A letter in a drawer stated that no blame waa in any way attached to her promising. Ho has displayed unusual vate car, "Tho Orescent City," said to be and child in time to BUtTer-fo- r bia act of husband, who bad always been devoted good judgment In the selection of a wife one of tho best equipped In existence treason, was decidedly realistic in its to her. . Every Pair and she will prove a most loving help- It coat over $20,000 and an invitation la presentation, and the audience fairly It extended to our people to inspect meet. NKW A.DYKBTI8EMKNT8. held its breath to see it ho would throughout. The company lives and eats keep bis word and arrive in time to save : in it. CITY AND VICINITY. the friend who would die for him. FinThis is Birthlngton's Washday. Thk long talked of and much needed ally as tho last minuto began to tick, tho at Turnersville Is now a cor. sound of his horse's hoofs were heard in Highest Send for pilce If not perfectly satisfactory return to them and get a new pair. Cloaks and clothing at cost at W. II. tainty. Gov. McCreary writes to Mr. E, the distance, which became more aud The A. K.prices paid. Co , Exporters andcurrent. Manullurkhardt facturers, Cincinnati, Ohio. Shanks'. 0. Singleton that he has secured its es- more distinct, till at last in the niche of THE CLAUS SHEAR CO., watches at Danks', tho tablishment nnd that lie has been ap- time ho arrived aud fell fainting on the Bahoainh in floor. Pythias whs saved and tho heart . Jeweler. pointed postmaster. We know when our Fremont, O. of Dion j sius, touched at such an exhiA noon office for rent. Apply to W. Congressman took tho matter in hand it would soon bo adjusted to tho satisfac- bition of brotherly love, gave Damou his P. Walton. life aud liberty, while thu audience tion of the saveral score thnt the evinced its appreciation by prolonged will accommodnte. Dhrss goods and buttons at cost at W. applause. II. Shanks'. www Killed Mr. P. W. Green received a The music rendered by Huffman & Circuit court will egln Monday, telegram from Superintendent Mrrphy, Penny's orchestra uddod much to the when 60 of tho S2 Common wealth's cases of tho 0. S. Railway yesterday, stating enjoyment of tho uvoulng, nnd the solos will be called. that Rjbort Hszlwood, abridge carpen of Mrs. A. G. Ilulfunn nud Miea Nora . ATn penter, here, was killed this Moreland were decided features. Mius Tiir Baughman telephone is no in morning To supply your wants. Every article in this line is The message was sent from Mrusuiig in her sweetest way, "Idol of operation. It is to bo hoped they will Lexington, but did not statu how nnd My heart," and on being loudly encored open nu exchange. where Mr. Hazolnood was killed. Ho responded with "I Wont PJay in Your Our bath rooms havo been refitted and was familiarly known as "Shorty" and Yard." Mrs. Huffman gave "Angel's TUESDAY EVENING, repaired and wo are now ready to give durinc his stay hero mado his home at Serenade" with violin obllgato by Mr. Toilet Soaps, Infant, Tooth, and Toilet Powders. you a bath at any hour. Cook A Farm- Mr. W. IVStone'B. J. L. Deckelmau, which so delighted her er. - For tho lost three days tho weather hearers that siio was forced to respond receiving my spring suitings, has been bobavlng beautifully. Yester- to a call, wiien sho Bang "Somebody I am now pants, etc., and you are cordially Invited day especially was delightful nnd tho way Loves Mo" very delightfully. EveryHair and Clothes Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Shaving Brushes, Nail to call in and oxamino them. H. C. it caused the snow to disappear was a thing passed ofT in tho pleasantest manHupley. against nny more this season. A ner and tho troupe baa big occasion for Ab Administrator 0! Mrs. Nannie V. ciution Brushes, Artist and Paint Brushes. deed , I will on few moro days liko the ono wo have just genuine congratulation, Sink A Mknkkkx sold to George M, experienced and the gardeners will be Prescriptions accurately compounded. STACK (ILINTS. 23d, 1895, Waters, of Cincinnati, 60.CC0 feet of wal Little Beverly Rout did splendidly for getting ready to plant potatoes. nut lumber for $1,600. It was shipped At ths residence of Thomas L. Lafollttte in Chief of Signal Service Harrington tel- one of bis age. Ky , at a o'clock p. in., offer at public sale yesterday and took four cars. Al Sovorance "slew the horse," but all al the personal property belonging to the will be egraphed ub yesterday that it 1 of Mrs. Naanie II. Vandevecr, deed., consist-in- n THK HERD OP got knocked down and dingged out most Ute of Household and Kitchen Furniture and one cooler and fair Frldav. A Maccaiikk lodge with 20 members well bred harttss mare. beautifully for it. a All sums under S10. cash in will bo organized at Crab Orchard to Aktkr tho Damon and Pythias enter, Tho receipts wero $118, which consid- creditor three months. Note hand; ovcrjioonse. with approved from purchaser. Supremo Chaplain G. H; night. tainment at tho Opera House, Tuesday ering the low prices, makes the largest curllT taken W. E. VA.RNON.Admr. M. F. Klkin will do the night, the chairs wore removed and It. H. Bronaugh, Pror, bouse of the season. work: onjoy- about 20 couples of young people Close observers thought they detetted Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Tux orator to represent Centre College od a hop to excellent music furnished by a little more reality in the love scenes contest in April, Huflmnu & Penny's Orchestra, till tho than is UBually displayed on the stage. Huatonville, Ky. fi "sil frin thi best typos of Registerd at tho by contest at Danville dawn of another day. Among tho visiStock. Breeders secured from thi beat herds in several diflerent;Statei.2,Correjpondence Solicited. Good Wh te SccdIOaU.For Sale. will bo decided It is said thnt at least one marriage will and somo of our people will at- ting ladles were: Misses Maggie and Eva result from the love that ripened from &c. Buchanan, Crab Orchard, Mary Holraps friendship during the many rehearsals of Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, tend. . Furniture and Stoves. Cook, Lucy the play. Luak, Jenulo Raid, Jessie BIBBS' ffiffERTAT. PLbWS. M. Nowland and Oonsta-bl- e Alcorn and Frances Adams, Huatonville, Jailbu.-- UStep in and see Oliver Chillea Senators Dick Donny and Joo Embry Genuine line of Rocking Plows. and Furniture. a Chairs nice Benedict placed In jail tho other day Katie Loe Yeager, Boyle, and Lizzie and looked so much like the real article that Stoves Cheaper than ever before. Abo Jones, of tho Mllledge-vlll- e Mary Lngau, of the Moreland neighborJames and many mistook them for Blackburn and LI ery Stable and lllacksmith Shop For Kent Sells the Gemuine section. They wcro iudicted nt the hood. Lindsay. AXLOTT, term of court for assault nnd battery last Ono man in the audienco at least hopTiir Vannrsdnll murder case at on W. 8. Rice and Miss Laura Lunsford. ed thnt Executioner Perrin would get in 11 Physician and Surgeon, Is now being argued and it & his work on Pythias' neck, before Damon New Coal Yard. Messrs. Hales will likely be given to tho jury - OrutchQeld, having rented Mr. Biggins' after ten speeches havo been made. The got there. to accom. Wood Green, an enthusiastic K. P., lower coal yard, are prepared defendant sworo that Dr. Harrod cursed Office in Ilrick Iluildlng near Methodist church, coal modato the public with the best attitude offers to pay the troupe's expenses to residence with Kid, Joseph lUllou, on Danville him aud assumed a threatening 83 tho mountains, also n bofore he shot and that be had repeat- Somerset if they will go there and give a Pike, until further notice. that can bo bad In THE IMPERIAL' STEEL' LEVER HARROW.1 Call aud see us. Terms performance. cheaper grade. edly insulted him. Numorous parties fieits.tntUtl r. , IS. Some of tho boys evinced much courBtrlctly cash. tmis us uw, a trtaUMrtittM ai.r bad told him that Harrod bad threatenIras cups Mutikfc age in coming on the Btago with such It to a Attorney at Law, ovt f fttuM stri U.TMtkM 1 luity Sims DrW, The best Plow on the market. Ask ed to kill him and several witnesses Hi tar IT Mr Mr. Fred Bishop says that our Willow swore to havo heard him mako such re- slight underpinning. Thoao tights told fMni mwiw, - 1. L error In re 1 KTIHtUTll.' neighbor who runs one and Grovo correspondent is in sad tales. m ivi filjlisWwaL'Hty your being rented to marks. Judgo Saufley ruled out the somu gard to tho King farm will have no other. Come and Will a:', as Executor, Administrator and Assign- Tho easo with which Executioner Pern a. Govor and himself and their scandal stories told in the examining rin performed his part proves that he is UUfcl get prices and see the Plow before Special nu trial. A hung jury will moro than like- possessed of bistronlc ability, which on- tales, as attention given to Settlements of of scramble for poenteelon 01 11. Attorney and and Division buying. ....... tt..t lin haa charge of the farm and ly be tho result and then tho defendant developing to make his name as Infanta' Lands. Wm aucHin cuss flow company, c.ntMi, em.. Office on Lancaster St overSupt W. F. Men had no mis- - will ask for and obtain ball. After that ly needs W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Cpismsj, sr W&'t is4. la.sit.rsssTKlKt-lW-that he and Mr. Gover have ly's office. 90 famous as E iwln Booth's. i he can have things bis own way. underatanding. : Interior Journal Tnv Danka, the Jiwulur'H $1 Hpec'a. Tiir rendition of tho.loue'ilm: tragjdy of SPECTACLES a - to-d- y. Her-mio- DANKS, - JEWELER. Are You on the Jury? Are You Coming to Big Court --- eufll-clon- Bleach and Brown Cottons, Ginghams, Percales, Piques, Ducks, Towels, ?, ready-mad- The Prices Nel-Bo- Z-ll- cr. SEVERANCE & SON. m m f HIGGINS & McKINNEY, Shears, Scissors, &c.f FULLY RAW FURS. WARRANTED I poot-olUc- fl Gorton's post-offic- e Minstrels DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES -- well-know- ... Walton's Opera House, The Best and Cheapest. FEB- - 26th. Fine Bristlers. Administrator's Sale Saturday, Feb. Vanile-vec- r, Row-lau- d, W. B. McROBERTS, BLUE-GRASS 1 Terpa-nyandM- r. Duroc Jersey Red Swine 99-- at D. S. CAKFZITTEB,. inter-collegia- te ht B.K. WEAREN Har-rodsb- urg J. B. B M. D., gsa to-d- ay Stanford, Kentucky. Gibbs' IKS ISM Imperial Wallaoo Stan lord, Varnon, L - Kentucky. I II mw" I...a.'.. 1 I Plows, - 0 .., 1 - " - a- a. . ! .' . wtr.1 n"H" "' "'.P'-)'fTtPTHI?r- , 'HM" ,9nrr u'WMjvgwlrwww'-- " t- - H Semi-Weekly tho now debutante, keeps her nose," : fr said Mr. Murray Hill, who was rojidlnjr V Published Evory Tuosday and Friday n dally paper. .: AT rrvMAr-- ? "What nn absurd remark for a sen$2 J?JU31t VJCA.Tl IN" vrVjVNCiC sible man to mako," said Mrs. Murray Hill, tossing her head. rWhen not so paid 93.60 will be charged."" "Nothing absurd about it. This soNORTH AND SOOTH. ciety reporter writes: 'Tho fair young K. tV. LOCAL TIMS CARD. A Jnck rrnin Kncli Slite or Mnaon and debutante litis an exquisitely melded leaves Rowland al 7 too a. m., returning at Ulxon'H Line. Trlnm. face, of which two dark hazel eyes nro 5:to p. Thero has been somo disputo nu to tho central feature.' Now I want to L&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. whether (Ito north, if it tried, could know whero her noso Is bUuated?" Equal tho south in jack nud mulo breed- - Texas Sittings. 11 37 p m 70. .Train going North i-- Interior Journa "TlMSfffV" i P,.U.WV U "I wonder whero Miss Consuelu Aator, Tho Hrnnrter Wa IUttlr.1. QUITE SYMPATHETIC. nut No. ih, No IMO. tf " South QUEEN & CRESCENT.: 1 .11 . 3 aj p m 51 p m 3 a m Train pass Junction City as follows: No a North f 5Jo. 1 South f ' 4 " " 3 11.15 am " " 5 ' 11.30 pm " 6 " 9 8 4a p m 10 .1.30 p m .3.15 a m ,600 a m fi,Do not Stop KORTIIEHX JACK. Bakmcr.rawaer Absolutely --- a Pure A cream strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. lOO of tarter baking pow-3e- r. Highest of all in leavening Tho two jacks in tho illustration might bo own brothers, bo nearly nliko nro thoy, yet ono ia an Illinois product, tho other a Mississippi 011a Tho northern animal is 4 years old and 14 hands high. Ho is n quick traveler. Ho is catalogued as a "blaok jack, 14 hands high, mealy points." His siro was an imported Spanish jack, his dam a puro bred Kentucky jennet Tho southern jack does not sooni to have quito such long oars, but in all other points of nsinino beauty ho is fully tip to his northern brother. He, too, is a ing. &OYAL BAKING POWDER 00., Wall Streot, New York. iety Concrriilng MrntiKor. Twol.irce brick ones Thero had been a slight nccidcnc to STOREROOMS in Stanford, for sale MAKULE. or rent. They are on M .In Mrect, in the princii tho incoming suburban train. Ono or block. 75 Mrs, M.J. MILLKIl, Stanford two peoploworo cut by Hying glass, but J. KARINS&CO., tho other passengers escaped with a A. S. PKICIi:, lluilders front orlemal Ueigni and best mate slight blinking up. Tho danger was now and workmanship. SURGEON UENT1S1 all over, and tho passengers wero all telloulsville, Ky. Olllce 0 Third Sltcel, VnrUandWotk Shops, Mintpdlier, Vcimorit ing each other just what they had said Oft co over McRoberts Drug Sloro In tho t and Carrara, Italy. 0sley Uuildlnc. or doiio when tho accit'.ont occurred. Long experience; original designs; siti. faction Stanford. guaranteed. 80 "I was just as cool as I ever am," iid n pretty blond. "Why, after I had 1 w n jiiNgs. j t josm, mm. started out I ran back for my satchel, localise I am going ton dinner, and it lias My stock of Millinery and Notions is lept conA Queer rroceeillnjr. all my pretty things in it." stantly complete by weekly purchaics and jou Mrs. Nextdoor One of my windows "I wish is stuck, and I can't got it up or down. tho stput I'd dones tho Fame," growled can alwaTs find what )ou want Mimic )Oii to & aisle. "I was call and Insrect uinu Little Hoy Ours gots tho samo way so busy trying uoio.-- theout MISSLICC1K IIKAZLKY, to climb of tho winsometimes. Stanford, Ky Ky. dow that I forgot all about it. Say, has "Who ilxes them?" Sole prrprtctors Dean's Illark Dianund Roo anybody seen" "Papa." Paint. Kstlmaiea furnisued for painting Wood, "My goodnes.lM cried tho pretty Metal and lion Roofs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. "How does ho do it?" blond, "mysntchel looks so queer like All loots painted with Dean's lllack Diamoud "I don't know. Quick as papa starts demo to call your attention to the fact that, Paint guaranteed for ) ears Dealers in be.t cisin to fix a stuck window mamma sends it had all had been flattened out. What am ready to setvc you In Dress Mating in any tern 1'umpsand Galvamtid Iron riltirs. 67.1m if my lovely chiffon waist is ruined I" and all stales. I laks tha best fashion Journals 1110 out of tho room." Good News. should what Sho opened it hastily and closed it with and keed potted onCome in ladleskW me a wear. I'ricra reasonabla and trial. HOUSE Swpet. Wifely Advice. I employ none but first class help. a scream. At present I can bo found at Miss Can! Por"Beg pardon, ma'am," said tho con- ter's residence on Lancaster Strict. "John," slio said, gently, if I wns P. D. RILEY, Proprlotor, you I'd let elections alone an jino a ductor coming up, "but this must be Rsspcctlully, MISiMARV 1). SMITH, Stanford, Ky, 7; 6m progressive euchre club." your satchol in tho seat you had before. London, - - - Kontucky. "What for?" ho exclaimed. This ono is" I have moved to my new Hotel sod am belt si "llecause in progressive euchre they "Mino,"' said tho stout man across reparid than ever to accommodate the public. is seek a thing as a booby prize." tho aisle. "It has my samples in it. I Jood Livery attached and every convenience 4f trsd. Give me a call. Washington Star. travel for a suspender houso, missnnd n ......... -- ..Dealers." FRANK R1LKV. n wouldn't havodouo you much good." it The Carpet. But tho protty blond was pressing her G. II. PKlitTT. II. II. K.1.NU. The wild wind under the enrrt stolo, hot check aga'inst tho cold wiudow patio And a rosy smile wnsVrcathtng Tho face ofllob, as he said: "Mamma, and mndu no reply. KING & Kv. Just look at the carpet brcathlngl" "I was not scared at all," said tho Harper's Bazar. man with tho big cars. "I always choose -- ..I'ig Line of..... ItlGIIT IN TUB SWIM, a scat in tho middle of tho car, whero A you can't" COST. Miss Moore will arrive October ill, with every- OYERCOATS "I knew wo'd have troublo when wo thing that Is new and nobby In the way of ....We are Agenls for..... started," said tho woman whoso back hair wns coming down. "Inover dreamOLIVER : CHILLED : PLOWS, Please call anJ examine my stock before buy ed of firo yot but" ing My pifces shall be the lowest. Thanking .... .And hate a. ....... "I thought wo'd bo late, for suro," you for past favors, respectfully, KATh DUDDhRAK, Manager. said tho protty blond to her companFull Line of General Merchandise, ion, "and I know that 111 la would nover At lower pilces than cvir All for Cash. Call believe our story of an accident, " . and e us seo it in tho papors." "Sho'd KINO A PRUITT, Merrtand, Ky. "But not until sho had frozen us all P. W. GREEN, rroprietot. Slio Ilml lYrnotml Itcnumn Tor. Anx- to C. L. Csiler, MAPLE SYRUP. Hedgt-wlle- , Ky. r&S 9t MONUMENTS- GRANITE nud 1 .ftn TO THE LADIES JONES BEOS,, Stanford, Tin Sheet Iron Works, TO THE LADIES. 1 1 THE RILEY J. B. HIGGINS, Stanford, All Kinds of Coal, PRUITT, AT Treat For The Ladle. . The Myers House. n I UF EKKk9E4QKfF I H1L-- ulJdUsi SOUTHERN JACK. black jack with moaly poiuts. His siro was a largo Spanish jack. Ho is not so Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, tall ns tho northern specimen, being In Some Doubt. only IS hands high, but hu has uiinblo Passer What's going on in that go to A stylish Hair Trirojir Clean Shave, hall? action and a long, muscular body. CJook & .Farmer's Barberv Shop. Policeman Well, there's a lot of About "Cottonseed Feed." d d men nnd Within tho past year a new feodinrj women there, but I don't know whether stuff called "cottonseed feed" hits been It's u suffrage association or an athletic quito offensively advertised. This feed club. N. Y. Weekly. purports to boa mixture of ono part cotOf Course Mio Would. tonseed meal and fivo parts of cotton k nulls by weight and is sold in darlotsat in "I offer thee," exclaimed the prince COPYRIGHTS. the story, f 11.60 por ton in bulk. It is specially with me?" "my crown. Wilt share it tJAN I OBTAIN A PATENT f For Trompt answer and an honest opinion, writo to rcconimcuaeu ror rattening purposes, The beauteous maiden smiled. illUNM cV CO.. who hare had nearly Ottj jean' but is also claimed to giro good and" results experience In the patent business. vommunica-"Sure thing!" sho answered. "Why But tho stout passenger heard no of In atrlntlv mnfldentlaJ. liana Handbook to ob- in tho production of milk and butter. formation concerning; I'atenta and bow shouldn't I? Thoy nro wearing men's mora He had stolen away into tho them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechatain In a bulletin tho Pennsylvania experi- styles in everything." Town Topics. nic! and sclentlflo books sent free. smoking car. Chicago Tribune, l'atents taken tnroogb Hunn s to. receive ment station gives tho details of Bonie tal notice In the HclanOao American, and experiments carried out to test tho val-u- o A Hlsjti of Conquest. sua art broiub widely, befora the public with. oarxf. oat cost to tha inventor. Thut'snlendld far the of this feed. Tho feed has been exMadge Young Mr. Purstrings is laiuod weekly, elesantlr lllnstrated. has dt largest circulation of any scientific work in the amined as to its chemical composition, confident that ho'tf won that girl. world. 3 i year. Sample copies sent free, Building JKion, monthly. fUOayesr. Single its digestibility and its actual feeding know that? Margaret How do k nDlM. rat., Every number contains bean-- aloe for dairy cowa Tho results of MndgOr-Vlihe fakes her to tho 1 ful plate.' is colors, and photographs of new Tjonros, wltb plans, enabl Ing builders to show the these experiments wero, in brief, as foltheater now he makes her rido in a Address latest designs and secure contracts. BhoadwAY. JtUMN A CCNaw Vouk. lows: street car, and he used to get a carTho chemical composition was found, riage. Chicago Record. A. O. LkBtuus "hn B. Ctstlenun. on tho wholo, to correspond very well to Funny. tho composition claimed for tho feed. Wool Nino men out often have a digestibility was comparatively .lore, Its tho total amouutof digestiblo food pres- Bottled conviction that they are undeent Ju tho food being soznowbat less veloped humorists. Van Pelt How about the tenth? than in clover or timothy hay and 6omo- what greater than that found - in.. good 'Wool Oh, he's tho lnfalliblo judgo taa corn zouuer, aunougn tne proportion or of tho humor produced by others. Lrobk'lyn Life .OF protein is considerably higher than that in oithor corn fodder or timothy. At Not Up to tha .Mark. BARBEE&CASTLEMAM the price named a pound of digestiblo Mnnnger I'm afraid your melodrama food in tho cottonseed feed was found will not answer. MANAGERS, to cost about 3 1 per cont moro than in Author Would you mind saying In Building, Louisville timothy or clover hay and 20 por cent what respect you consider it defeetive? Oommarco moro thaii in corn. . Manager The incidents are not sufAgents throughout the South. Two experiments wero made with ficiently improbable. Puck. dairy cows to test itsvnluo as a feed for Samo A. TEIBBLE, Loottl Ajfint, milk and butter. In tho first experiment "Am I mlstuken in deeming you a coa ration of cottonseed feed and bran proSTANFORD, KY. duced 18 per cent less milk and 10 per worker in the field?" asked the travelcent less butter than ono of corn fodder, ing evnngelist. Portland mixed hay, cornmeal and cottonseed SaniFrancisco, "I don't know what field you work meal containing tho samo amount of in," answered tho tall man with the Jk dry matter. Tho estimated not profit per white tic, "but I am in tho fire escape BEST FOR SHIRTS. cow por day was 17 per cont less on tho buhinesh." Indianapolis Journal. cottonseed feed ration than on tho hay THE PROCTER k GAMDLC CO. CtNTl. Forcing till) Inane. VIA nnd fodder ration. In tho second experiHllltins Will you bo mine? . , . !. 1 ment a ration of cottonseed feed, bran Miss Yellowleaf This is so sudden. : : and Bnffalo gluten meal produced 16 Uilkins Yes, I know, but your father G per cent less per cent loss milk nnd has got me in a corner in a wheat deal, butter than a ration of clover hay, and if I don't begin to squeeze you, ho'll 7vcuisvutt Mtw jiBntyt Chicaco Rt((s- bran and Buffalo gluten meal, squeeze me. St. Louis HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. containing 2 pounds moro grain and Offers his services to the per pie ol West I in. A K:fo I'ltiu. of n pound moro coarso Coin and Casey Cuuntlcs. ull stock of Collins I Ictmc ould womnn have on hand Little foddor. Tho net and PARLOR CARS. in this caso was profit per dayless onhead her own Pat whin she.s bin drinking. and Caskets alaavs Mansj;'' D S. Carpenter, 95 Way 4 per cent tho ONLY LINE FROM LOUISVILLE Friend An' whin she's not been clover hay ration, than on tho cotton-seeP2SHK"5T, feed ration, but it is probablo that drinking? DINING - CARS. RUNNING Little Pat Ocht thin she takes her tho cows on tho clover hay ration wero WR K. TO DciiUhI, own way. Puck. somewhat cverfid. BACON, O. P. A . F. J REED, G. P. A E. II Tho general conclusion drawn from Chicago, 111 I.ojtsvdle, Ky, ClrcuiiiHtiinrrt Alter Cusea. theso is that cottonseed Hank Cashier (who has just been senDenver. food is too oxpeusivo in proportion to tenced to five years) Your honor, St. PauI. tho amount of food which it contains to that's n pretty long sentence. VOU ARE GOING successfully computo on equal teritiS .If Judge Yosj but criminals and judges Office on Main Street, Opposite the I. with ordinary dairy freds at average always differ widely in regard to the pricos length of sentences. Texas Hi f tings. THK .... Cljil.M-InlAssociation I'rl.c Asrardcil. Sorry fur Hobby. Attornoy Law, Tho American Clydesdale association First toy I feel sorry for Hobby has instituted a fashion that may well I linkers. lie's got it stepmother Jifanforc!, - bo imitated, it last year offered thrco Second I!oy Is bho strict? prizes of .f,0, $:)0 nud $20 for tho first, First l!oy Awfull bhe make him Oibce on Laacattcr Stnct, oppo le th. Ffcontl and third bobt essays on tho wear rubbers every time it ruins. Good Collictmns receive ospaclil attsHti n ES L'lydiadalo hurso. Tho essays wero of News 4, NASHVII LC fl. ft. LOUIOVILLC uuiuiml merit Juhn A. Craig of MadJ AilHMorcd. ison, Wi., won firat prn'o; Airs. Will Is the hue for you, at its Lord llullheeft. Aw, Mlfes (liddoigh, Rockwood of L'liijt, Mich., second, nud Nannie R. Van reel's I'mr. P If , vs. Nannie V W Hunter of BulTalo, Fn., third. do you go in much for cycling, may I II. Vandoicr's II s., Ac,. Dills. ESonblc The cseays will bo published in tho next awsk? Make close connections at NOTICT Ily an order of this Couit lie r Hit Miss (siddclgh Xo, I always ride outvoluiim rut t lie LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI studbook.of tho Ameiican Clydesdnlo doors. Lord Ilullbccfe. Town Topics. ors cf the decu'oni urn nutitisd to pre irivoiiliyir daunt to the Cuniinissioni r pioituly For all points. FebrMaryar, 1S9'. Ily aid irdtr tKe l m'l will also asce, tain and report the value o tlier.-i-l and Willing; to Itlak It. JTHROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Making baby beof has not yot become personal estate of whuli lne.ni.1 N.i mull Van CHECKKD THROUGH IIAOGAOE Microbes may bo In kUsei, tie veer d:ed possessed and is dirtied a ln to repopular. .Meet steors sent to market nro Por nv information e lulrecf As scientists ileclaro; port the li detvedneit nf aid Nannie II KI( IK. Agent, 2 yeais oltl and over. Dut tho making of JOES. Hut what do youths nml mioses, rreitcd prior to nbdlhat siibio'iuent to her Stanford, Ky .7W .,. . .J- Who know Just wlrtu tho bliss is, ""-.. marriage to defe dant, Owen Vaic:evc'r baby bef, rightly managed, would uni W. A. aitijuuii . Jtv r c. v v'ui , Vol blouuilug luLrobun cute? doubtedly pay. (unction C ty Ky .For a.. -long-haireshort-haire- Pat Dennis is quite a clubman now. Mike When did he jine the fource? r. Y. Herald. fv across tho aislo. "It is a real relief, " ho Attention of tha public is invited to lh fa t whispered to his companion, "when all (hat this Is the only Nalinnal llauk in Slanloro tho rest are thinking only of self to find Under the provisions of th. National Hank : : are secured not only by the capital that lovely girl so anxious about tho instock, but by the stockholders liability lor as juries of ntter strangers. " mount equal to the slock, so that depositors ol of J.oo.ouo. Ho wns back again in a few moments. REST LINK TO THE NJ3KTH AND EAST. ibis Institution arc secured by a fund of lb. bask rtvs sworn statements of thecondilinn "Neither of thorn much hurt, miss," ars inadacsch yearto the United States o emAll lines from the South make duect ccunec ho snid, smiling, "only a good doal lions in Central L'nlm Station, Cincinnati, with inent and ilsatscts are examined at stated timos thro ign trues ol the "Dig r'our" to Chief gJ. St. jy government ageula, thus secuiing sddililuus sunken up and slightly cut." Louis, Indianapolis, Columkui, Clcselana New and perfect safety to depositors. at the "Oh, thank yon! You don't kuow how York and lloiton. For lull Inloiinailsu call on This inttitution, origiaatly establishedrergsa Deposit Hank of Staulordin iljl, thru nearest agent or address much relieved I am." .ted as th. Nstionsl Hank ol Stanford in iMj and Klrst NatioaaJ Hank ol sgaia "It does yon great credit, I'm suro." I!e sure jo.ir tickets read via "I'lg lour." SUnlord in ibii. has had practically an uninterD. II. MARTIN, "Yes. You see, my father is ono of tho E.O McCOUMACK. better supplied is Gen. Pats and 1'k.t. Agt. rupted oiitteoceof for years Illsbusiness prompt Pass. Traffic Mangr. transacting O.w with lacititles directors of this road. Ho is always Cincinnati, O. 'y and liberally than ever before in Its long and grumbling nbout tho hard times, nud I aonorable career Accounts of corwratl(int, tiitnt and Individuals respectfully tolic knew that if thoso men wero much in(ed. jured and tho road hud heavy damage Th Directory ol this Hank is composed ol to pay ho would mako it an excut-- to Korrslws Reid, Lincoln count j; rofuso to lot mo go abroad in January, S. T. Harris, I.luoaln; Only Direct Line evening." "What I am worried nbout," said tho Stanford, : : : Kontucky. brunette, "is not tho dinner, but thoso poor men who wero hurt I can't think I am still running this Hotel asd of anything until I find out if they nro will continue to give my gur.lt the points! atten-- as well as the best the market atTurds t... , badly injured. Oh, won't homebody go nud find out?" Special Attention to the Travel"I will, miss," (.aid tho stout man ing Public. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANFORD. KY. Capital Stock- Surplus 8200,000 2I.3CO Big Four Route, a. fidn-:tan- Ky. Midland E'y, bcten Shortest.and quickest between A Cincinnati nnd Frankfort Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlislo, Mayavlllo, Gynthinna, Falmouth and Covinjfton. Trains J J It. Collier, Lincoln J. W. Hayden, Stanlord ; S.H, llaughman, Lincoln, ),$. llockcr W. A. bunforo; Trlbble, Stanford; H. D. Elmore, Sunford; M " 1 en 31 Ivory It Floats Ask (or tickets via Kentucky Midland, fun by Central Standard Time. TimeTsbU Dec to, 094. Hill.Staalord. Tl. L, Tanner, McKlnney; K, I . THAlNb S.AST1 Lt Frankfort A ROYAL LTVERPoblA Insurance Company I 60AP 22 No. 1. No 3. too. 5 Nw. 7 a. m, p. at. s. m. p. n sy jo 415 " Elkbom....... 700 s 40 8jj 440 7 11 11 3 Stamping Uround 7 9 jo j 00 10 no 315 " (iorsjtowallM 7 47 J I? J 4J Arr. C S. Depot... 7 $j j jj 10 05 5 jo raric..,...... . 0 cr 4 jo Hocks, Presidcnii John J, McRoberta, Cashier; A, A, itlll.r. ML V.rnno. avicKiny, Assistant Caakler. .... Farmers RankTmst Of STANTORD, KV Co ilia TRAINS WIST. No. "Georgetown U " Slsmp'g Ground ICikhoru a. m. Lve Paris .. C....... . 94$ " C. S. Depot..... io 37 a. m 10 40 Arr r'rankftrt...A......u 10:43 a m. " sew 733 713 Leave Frankfort 8,30 a.m. ; arrive al Lexington 30 ,.n 10 ji; No. 4. No. 9 No. p ra. a. n j jo 64s is 30 645 345 7 Isaow fully orjaaiicd and ready for business lb 7 so oj 0 17 6 41 up 03 1 1 Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. A 000. 40 SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL. BANK OF STANFORD, W. Spot-laity- . Son closing up) with the tame assets snd ond.i arrive Cincinnati at the same tnanagiwcnt. , By chaitcr, depositors are 11 ;jop. m.; arrive Cincinnati fully provisions ofaait.aic depositors in National U Leave Frankfort protected 8a 3 p. m. (tanks, its thareholdera being held Individually SUNDAYTRAINS. llaolc to the catent ol the amount of their stock I West Leave Georgetown 10:37 A M arrive therein at the par value theirol, in addition to th at rranklort 11:30 A. M. amount invested in such shares. It may act as East Leave Kranklort !') P. l ; arrive at caecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as Georgetown 3 S P M so individual fj Leave Kranklort 233 p. m ; arrive Cincinnati To those who entrusted their bulslnett to us while mossing the Lincoln National Hank al o;ij p. m Leave Cincinnati 7:30 a, m.; arrive Frankfort stanlord, we we here tender our many thanks and 11:30 a in. trust tbey will continue to transact their businos 10 so a ra. Leave Krankforl 7 a m.; World's Fair Record. CHICAGO 1. . . The Kentucky Midland Railway and tions farm the shortest and cheapest route to all points South, Katt, Vonh and West. For further information apply to their agenta. CD. BERCAW. Gen Pass. Agent. GEO. U. HARPER, Ree'rA Gen Supl Frankfort, Ky. with us, olft'ting as n guarantee for prompt attention to lime, ojr twenty yesrs' eaperionce ia banking and as liberal accommodations as are with sound banking DIHBCTOHI. cna-ittte- nt J J. J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, 1 NORFOLK AND Williams, Ml. Vernon; . II. Shanks, aiatifoid, J. b. Owsley, Stanlord; S J. trolly, Stanford; J II Ofslcy, Suntarl; J K. Cas.., Stanford, corn-mea- l, Globe-Democra- t. thrco-fourth- s WESTERN TICKETS gOLD TO William Gosch, Suutord; A W S. II Minis, I'miier', w r.rpentrr.vl It. C iinmim, I'rsichitirill ilrif't Dr J It. Owsley, Cashier, W M Hrnht, I'el'e d DB. W. B. Stanford, 1 1 ALL POINTS: invt-itigatio- ns hfe&T) at IfOKTE WEST, W. S. SXTKOH, OHIO, IMDHiMA, ILLINOIS, WISCOWSiW, MtSSOUm, KAWSAS, WEBnASi COLORADO, ARKANSAS, GALlFOP.?;i.,a, 'HP WEST, HOETH-VES- mssm Superb onvllle. Through Sleeping Cara to Birmingham. CoT lumbus, Albany, k'noxvllle, Ashe vllle, Jackson, Vlcksburg and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Loj Angeles and San Francisco every Thursday, Direct Route to the .Southwest via New Orleans or via Shreveport. 3 DAILY TRAIN3 TO CHATTANOOGA Send for Literature and Time Tablet. To Lexington, Clinttunoogn, Illrmlngham, Meridian, New OrUnns, Atlanta, Macon and Jack, TO" I 2c::lr:elc T, S0UTH-WS- S1 riRGT CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EM IGUANT TICKETS. REST HOUTE TO ULIMAH VESTIBULED COACHES, SLEEPING AHD DIWIHO CAR: SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE THE- -- Court-!!r- t Lincoln Circuit Court. MGHTK AND EAST. Daily Trains FROM CINCINNATI Vestibuled Trains ORrOLKWESTERH RAlLRQAf CHCAPCST, QtST ANO QUICItEGT LINE. Vanile-veer- , - - ....l1, r)escrlpU Writo for Itntcs, Mni, umplik'ts, to uny Million Aucnt, or to Tlnie-Tnljle- .. 6-- W. . Kansas Jou rnaL Feb, 8, 1895. Matter Com'r Ltn. Cir. Court .al PCVILl, , K()l.Mlkl, I. ALLEN HULL, Hi. 1 . .uttr ls' (lilt II III li, II. M, Tral.llnf Cam. tg IIOIStllkK,)!. r, DRSGO, .- -., i