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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895022601 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. V-- r ," "" "Ik,- - -- " "".JP Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXII. Interior Journal STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1895. CHURCH AFFAIRS. LANCASTER, . M NO.101 r They aro now trying to get up a creamery at Nicholaavllle, not profiting by the oxperienco ot nil the Kentucky vices. communitea that have tried the experiDress Goods, clothing, ladies' shirt waists, gents' white and colored The vote taken in tho Bryantaville ment. shirts, boys' waists, ladies', misses and gents' shoes. Embroideries, neighborhood Saturday resulted in a ma Randall Adams, who killed U. S. jority for the "drya" of 201. A great laces, white goods and wash fabrics of every kind, hosiery, kid gloves Marshal Wireman in Knox county was deal of excitement was worked up and and corsets, towels, table linens, and everything kept in a dry goods denied a new trial by the court at Louia both sides fought hard. This puts the store and at prices we know you can afford jto invest your money! ville, and he will spend the rest of his local option law in effect over the entire life in the prison at Jbfferaonvillo. We shall continue to sell staples at prices given you in a former issue county. Judge Lynch ia looking for James A man named Jack Adams was ar- of this paper and will if possible make it both pleasant and profitable Hardy, of Knox county, who la aatd to rested in this county last week by a dep- for you to trade with us. havo conspired with a man named F.iiaha uty U. 8. marshal on the charge of counJerdin to assault the latter'a wife, in or terfeiting. He had $51 of Spurious coin der to give him grounds for separation in his possession in quarters, halves and The body of Olee Polk, who died at dollars. The officer took him to Lex. Hnrrodaburg of inilimitory rheumntism, ington and thinks he has bagged valuaTho republicana ar going to make wns so drawn that physicians had to libble gtme. Adams gives the usual eong the coming race on tho old Tate matter. erate muscles and leaders with tho knife aud dance about ''finding" the money I Talo stole Kentucky's money and hia so tlint his firm cottl be placed in the Mrs. It. 0. Warren is visiting her colli n. SEE estate and bondsmen have paid most ot sister, Miss Jennie Duncan. Miss Mry At Lily, Brain Elain was probibly Miller, of Fort Scott, Kansas, Ib visiting it back and that ia all there ia of it. fatally wounded by JeateMullina. Ktaru Misj Alice Hudson. Mr. Charley An Thero was not a mifr.a Kentucky that shot Jim Muiline, father of Jesse in the did not believo Mr. Tnto tho very soul of face, derson and sister, 'Miss Florence, aro seriously wounding him. Young honor, and there waa not an acquain- Jesse visiting in Kirksville. Mrs. T. M. Goodthen shot Klam in the left side Farmers can save money tance of his that would not have trusted night is visiting Mrs. Lizzie Rice. Miss If you want to get in the best companies. with a tt caliber revolver. Tho parties hia forluno with tho genial Treasurer. e; Elizt Lusk and Maggie Jennings have by seeing him. aro relatives. What right have wo to know that the re returned from a visit to Mayaville. Chairman II. D. Hill hai returned publicana may not elect a thief Treasurer Mrs. Mary 12. Holmes, proprietor of to each of the candidates bef ire the re of Kentucky? Thoy'vogot a good atock the Holmes House in this place, died at FIVE REASONS WHY cent Congreasioual primary election, ov. ot them. Carlisle Mercury. 0 a m. Sunday, after a protracted illnes", er $'200 of 1700 put up by each of them Ib SUj An L. A N. train loided with She was in the G5th year of her age and to defray tho expenses of the election for tho Mardl Oraa festivities at had been twice married. Her first bus The whole expense of the prim try was Lr New Orleans, was derailed near Greenband was Henry S. Burnam, a promiless than $1,000 Although ville, Ala., Saturday, and nent and successful merchant, who died The jury in the case of the eight cara went down tlio emiu this place of cancer. She was next Vanarsdarsdate, of Mercer county, finds bankment, but one death ia reported and married to Mr. Faulkner Holmep, of that assassination of an unarmed enemy but flve.peraoiiH wern injured, none of ia no crime under Crab Orchard, with whom she lived an the laws of Kentucky. them very serioue, miraculous as it may Too many able attorneys must have contil his death. Mrs. Holmes waa a memappear. The cars were burned. ber of the Presbyterian church and noX fused the alleged minds of that panel of William 0. Murphy, the laat of Gen. ted for her deeds of charity and consistpeerless idiota. Louisville Times. I wish to thank my many friends and patrons for their very liberal ent Christian life. After appropriate fu8m Uouaton'a army in the war for inCapt. Samuel M. Boone, of SomerI am now in position to sell goods cheaper than any of The New at Turnertville. dependence for Texas, died at his home neral services she will be buried in the patronage. set, a lineal descendant of the original my competitors. I. Because I have no rent to pay cither for busiTo the Editor ol tho Interior Journal. cemetery af this place on the morning of in Philadelphia at the age ot 85 years. Daniel Boone, has announced himself a clerks 3. I have ness house or dwelling. 2. I keep no As the Turneraville poatotDce is now the 2Gtb. IIo was one of tho 81 who took tho Mexto pay no city tax for water and lights. 4. I pay cash for all of my against 250 Mexicans, candidate for Coromisaioner of Agricul- fully established, of which I have been ican tort at Alamo ture on tho democratic ticket, and in An- appointed According to a report on a bill for goods and give the trade the benefit of the big discounts. 5. I will I am now proud after a three daya' light. From this ensell for cash, or 30 days only to responsible people, and will lose no gagement only eight of his party escaped nouncing hia platform, states that he to state that there will be a daily mail the creation of a commission of 21 in "in favor of both gold and silver in carried to and from for the arbitration of labor difficul- bad debts, and need no extra clerk to itemize long accounts. McKlnney on time These alive. The rest were butchered. -- Wm. Dobbins, a market gardener, Abundance, with a plentiful supply of moat convenient to make connection ties, oubmittted by Senator Ferkine, it ia are my terms and I cannot change them under any circumstances. To hog and hominy for the people." He with the d C. 8. Will say to estimated that the aggregate loss to all convince one and all examine these prices. of Birmingham, Ala., was the victim of also ststes that he ia "a democrat in all who are in the vicinity of Turnera- concerned on account of strikes during sharper to the extent of A gold brick GROCERIES. Baker's Flour, gi.50 per 100, best green Cofis guile." ville, who wish to patronize this office, t te past six years amounts to $08,555, fee He believes tbs bricks are genu- whose breast there no Arbuckles22jc, Granulated Sugar 22 lbs for $1, special Thk Killing, of Hazblwood. Squire that it will open on the first day ot 859 ine And has gone to New Orlesna to prices in barrel lots, good green coffee 20c, black pepper I ic, raisins, A. G. Faulkner, who acted as If Lexington voters how they hae them made into dollars. Tho sharp- sends us the following: Robert coroner, March, and beginning with that day, voted laat November, knowwere some figs and prunes Best corn and tomatoes 3 cans for 25c, and Uaiel-wooyour mail matter when mailed at this there two bricks were er told him that the bargains in the same line. a member of a bridge gang ob the office will reach its destination as soon glaring frauds in the congressional elec- other worth 110,000. BOOTS AND SHOES. Mens' heavy boot $2, former price $3. 50, O. N. O. A T. P. B R , fell from Fiahiug as if mailed at any other office; and mail tion in that city. In one precinct 115 In London financial circles it is said A good one fort 1. 13, heavy plow shoes 75c, the best one made loi Ji.ij. Mens' fine shoes, lace ani was instantly killed. that if the new bonds of the Uuitod Creek trestle and a coroner, I held An directed to you at Turnersville will reach men have testified that they voted for Congress, at $1, li.aj, ft so and $ former price $1.50, Jj, Is 50 and $j.j. La lies' Ktd, patent tip, $1. inatead of In the absence of this oflko one hour after it arrives at Owens, but the o fficlal returns gave him A first class ladles' kid shoe on all different lasts tt $1.35, that other merchants are selling at $, States had been gold bonds I will close out my present stock of clothing rebid for them there inquest over the remains, which were McKinnoy. I shall give all (due atten- only 85 votes. CLOTHING. coin bonds the price badly mutilated, the skull, jaw bone and tion to all mil coming within my posNewton Lewis started from Warren gardless of coat. I only mention a few to show how cheap thpy are. A ood black wool cheviot suit been 130 instead of 110. would havo neck being broken. The testimony was session and with tho greatest of pleasure to EJmonson county on horseback. He lor men at $j 97. Heavy, a I ol cassiraere pin's at Si, in last anything In stock at less mon y than in substance, that the decsasad was shall furnish any information concern- had hia wife and baby with him on the you ever bonght them. A good long Overoat for fj. You must see the birgsins I havo tc properly Tl.n Dilv CanlUl. published At prying with a clinch bar, which slip- ing mails when applied for. same animal. Oa their way through the appreciate them. Frankfort, has grown to be a most valua- ped. He sttpped back off DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS at such marvelous reductions that the britl, All those who wish to receive their country the mother nnd child fell off. ble newspaper to the people of Kentucky. fell about half way backward, striking was killed and ono of the it seems almost Impossible. I can only mention a feiv. All calicoes at iz, including Indigos, blacks mail should the ed- The baby and mournings. Masonviile anu Lonsdale bleach cottens at 7c. All wool casslmcros and Henriettas, It publishes every day much reliable and an intermediate strutt which turned itors atofthis office and alsoinformof your mother's arms brokon. ptpera all concerning .State interesting information 40 inches wide, at 35c. 4 sp)ols of Clark'a thread for 15c, and a thousan things I haven't space to Josephino Werner, an inmate of the mention. Goods were never sold as low as I will sell them. Remcinb'r my terms are CASH, or the him half around and ho fell tho rest of correspondents to hereafter address you can not be found in any oili affairs that the way face foremost. Hia face struck at Turneraville. If you f til to do this Woman's Prison at Auburn, N. Y., got limit to responsible people is jo days. All accounts art now ast duo ond thaio inde'iU'd to mo will er paper, such aa abstracts of all the n e Clothing. now on hand at greatlv reduced stono causing almost instant death, the your mail will rem tin in its present office her clothing caught in a horizontal shaft please settb at ouce. 49"My spring sanples of " e Court of AppealB deciaiona next day JAMES FRYt, Hustonvllle, Ky. before the machinery could be stop-pa- d pdecs. distance of the fall being about 50 feet, when expected here. and delivery, rulings of, tho various DeTho body was turned over the railroad her head was twisted off. To all those, who take the Intkrior partments on all questions affecting company, which proposed to to bear tho Journal aud wish to hereafter receive An old bachelor of St. Joseph, Mo., County and City 0 Ulcere and their fecB, expense o( burial. Mr. J. F. McCor-mac- same at Turneraville, if you will only suspected of being a miser, was tortured rights, etc., and political and otllciul tlio foreman of the bridge crew call at my office and so Inform mo, I will in a horrible manner by five masked eub gossip that Ib always readable. The pldOJ your name tpon tho already largo m3U. Li is body was burned with a red-hper says: Mr. Hazelwood was an extraordiUndertakers and Dealers in Furniture, Stanford. acrlptlon price la only five dollars narily active and fearless young man, but list 1 have and so inform; the editor for poker aud his feet were roasted. sample copies. Addreta year. Send for waB somewhat inclined to be carelesr, you. You will find this office located in Nbwb comes via Sergent, Ky,, of a A larger and better assorted stock cannot be found in Central KenCapital Printing Co., Frankfort, Ky. which he thinks was tho cause of this the general merchandise store of Ware battle in Dickinson county, Va., in tucky. Your terrible accident. Tho only things found & Singleton. which Robert and Sam Smith nnd Gen A very laughable thing occurred in a And now with many thanks to those Ojx were killed, and Len Cox mortally In lltta timru Jui fittinr about his person were three handker.l i a b ;. .;:. ;i , who took Biich profound interest in the wounded. a iv nickel and a letter from his sister llv establishment of this otlice, I remain Tho cable announces that the Per Hinall boys up reciting in school, and ing at Roanoke, Ya., who is tho only rel Come in and eian town of Koutchat, near the Caspian When you see our immense line and low, Cash prices Youra respectfully, wrote, tho word husband on the black stive that any cf hia friends ever heard has been destroyed by an earth- learn how low you can buy a nice Rocking Chair, Bed Room Suit, K. O. Sinolkton, Postmaster. sea, board, and thon asked the class to pro- him speak of, Mr. Roy, agent at Kings-villquake and that thousands of lives were nounce it, hut no ono seemed to respond Couch, Mattresses and Springs. Call and see us. seut a message to her at onco. AByndicate of wealthy Chinese of lost. to her question, and in order to throw Not being able to hear from hor, tho San Francisco havd bought a number of The president has vetoed the bill to WITHERS & HOCKER. raoro light on tho subject Bho said: body waa buried at Kingsville. largo fruit ranches in California and will renew the pension of a man who whs "What would I hive if I was to get mardropped from tiie rolls after having run them wholly by coolio labor. led?" No sooner did she ask the quesd fight between n Tho .HERE IS THE LEADER !. The trial of tho auit of Gon. Joseph fraudulently received n pension for 22 tion until ono little Iny down at the Vauceburg man and two wild cats Iibh Shelby to hrenk.thewill of hia mother, years. font of tho cla:B anawtrod it and tho taken place ami was a very tamo affair. In Cincinnati a residenco from tlio Into Mra. 13 'lijiinin Graz, which is toucher blushed. The wild cats turned tail at the first ap in progreai at Lexingtou, is developing which a.doublo funeral was about to proach of tho man, and the affair fell flat. tlio fact that there are many skoletona in occur burned to the ground. Tho hod-l- ei Two Lives bavtjJ. 111., weM recovered with great difficulty. Mn. t'hoabe Thomn, of Junction City, and wa thu closet of that noted family. Electric Blttore. tha toltl by her Jo; tori tho had consumption Two convicts were.ouffocated and 18 This remedy is becoming so well known and so thero wiuiid hope for her, but two bottles of I)r Amictod with Kim! New DUcovcry completely cnreil her and ftopularastnneed no sprcl.il mention All who Mr. George A. Mills, of Uhoumatlanv others more or Ipsi seriously affected by Lebanon, Conn., sasi Hitters sins the same sons of It saved her life Mr Thos. Kcgera, 119 sho praise. A purer medicine does not exist nnd It is "I was alll xted with rheumatism iu my biik all a fire in it coal nine at Pratt City, Ala. Florida St., San KrancUco, suffered from a dread xjm lmTL'sB'L.'aTC-!!"' i"" I'"'' iri, so severe at timet that I could srfi mum, without piaranteed to do all that it claimed. Klectric Inst winter. It wi. fill cold, upproachins tituuinptlon, triad,pottle A controling Intort-a- t in tho stock cf n over on "no ol Hitters will cure nil diseases of the Liver and Kid- not stand up straight, tvit w d result evcrylhlni eln then Imiiiiht one Dr. Kind's Nw Ducovery and in two weeks was neys, will remove I'itnples,bylloils,Salt Rheum and side. I tried different remedies wit&out receiving the Latonia race course is said to have Impure re cured. Hals naturally thankful. It is sucn the other nlTections caused system and blood; will aiy relief uot.l I buughta it botlloof ChamberUin's tor three days, accordprevent as Tarn Halm. After using drive malaria from the been bought up by tlio Oakley people. nulls of whith these sre samples, that ptoto efficacy of thl medicine In coughs and well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure ol Head ing to directions, my rhoudtattsui was gono and wonderful LouisJohn Dtiga'u, the have since recommendsince. colds. Fica trial bottle at A. R. Penny's DruB ache, Constipation and Indigestion, try Klecr has not returnedand know they have been benefitHitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed or nionuy ed it 10 uihors More. Kegular sue 50c and it. ville politician and ex councilman, dropreluuded. l'rico 50a and Jt per bottle at A ,R. ed by Its use For sale bv.Dr. S. G. HocLrr, drmi;ist, Stan- ped diMil in his saloon at Louisville. 1'enny' drus tlic. Scrlven, a prominent manulacturor of Mr J A. ford. ti Burglars blow of the doors of tho The VulcanJChilled Plow. Over ioo now in use in Lincoln county street, New orn -- i.y, purcniseii a iSKastitlh Carlton Cotnwell, foreman of the Garotte, Kemody from Bucklln'a Arnica Salve. lottlo of Chambirlain's Coujh Y. Such good Savings Bank, at Ttiotnaeton, and all of them giving satisfaction. Thomastou N.J .believes that Chamberlain's Cough It has no cqaul. Costs less to druKRist II H. Lane. I'eoksklll, S. should be In every home. Ha used It tor ThebetsaUe ia the woill fjr cuts, bru lea, Kerne followed Its us that he sent back to Mr. a cold dy it rffected a speedy cure, lie says "It seres, .ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chap- - Conn., and got 2,000 in gold. rosulU and in repair and does the worx better than ?ny plow made. Lane lor two bottles more of the aarao remedy hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. indeed a (rand remedy; I cau recommend it to The Alabama Legislature passed a keep it i.hoe whogl-- any thu medicine ain trial yre seldom is t positively cure piles, or no pay repuired. It Is seen it used for whooping cojgh with have need of such a all other when satisfied Willi guarantee a 10 give pcricci ssusiatuuu or monev law permitting juries to impose the death s ana 50 ceni nrrpirjlion It l tineiiualleil for couKhi and toldi. in- F nest resuiM. S. O. llocker, Domes. druggist, Stin refunded. Price as cents per, box. For ale by sale by Or. G. Horker, d ujgUt, pauulty for train robbing. For sale by Dt. S. A K Penny, btanlord, Ky, Utt. Sbanka and Annie Oreen, tho alncero thanka of this lodge are due and hereby tendered, for their untiring efforts to make tho public exhibition of tho friend ahip of Damon and Pythlaa a aucceea, in which they succeeded wonderfully well. .3. That wo extend thanks to Mrs. A. G. Huffman, Miss Nor Moreland, Mr. Joe Deckolman and Dr. W. B. Penny for their highly prized assistance and to Intelligent little Beverly Bout for hia faultless presentation of Damon'a boy. 4. That the thanks of this lodge are due its members who took pirtjn tho entertainment. Each acted well his part there all tho honor lies. 5. That wo tender our thanks also to tlm nvxnltant nrtiftra for tlin inanlrin'r inuaic furnished on tho occasion in quffl-'- j J. S. Wells, C 0. tlon. V. Watkkh, Prelato. Joi OF A L0CM. MATURE. Knights or Pythias. By a unauimouo votu of Diadem Lodge, -i Ho jury hung in the case of Alex No. 81, K. of P., At the uvular mcotinK Thursday nlsht, Mat, tlio 1'rolato was apin iiuroi county. pointed to draft rcaoluliono, as follow: K. L. Kksolvkd 1. That to all tlio ladies who oitisdti ol Hudson, an sgad and renpected 'Somerset, died last week of 83 willingly and aucceHfully managed the of pneumonia fever. supper on tho 19th inst. for tho benefit Aa a precaution ngiliist the sprend of this lodge, we tender our profound sraaU.pox from Lexington, the Rich- thanka. Their kiadnua-- i wai but nnoth mond Doard of Health issued ordera for er domonatration of the fact that each of a wholesale vaccination. them ia to the community in KenorBl, I be Bmndlurs, who worked tho bad to and to eomo in particular, a "rainbow J If I it rf I l..ntrt.Al. buucuiiuii Bciiemo on me Kiciitnontl evening beam that .. tho atorms of life, tho wero captured in Ohio and merciiAnis, Bmilea the clouda away." nave oeen orougt.t back to answer. That to MImob Kaalo Uurch, Fannie 2. -- Tim -- ' .. M.,il...ll.i. . ..I -- - -- county preacher, who, It la alleged, pi., fered from tho poatofllce at Hinnock'a, is in progress in the U. 8. court at Louib-vi'l- '".:.. .w nnuo e. paa-sjnge- rs aev-ea'- of iff hub neen con- dueling n protracted meeting Ht Curds- ville, cut the ico'in Green river and bap- tided II converts -B- ishop Potter, of Xe York, naya that corking up stlnons ill not (loamy with the t radio in liquor. He insists that tumperanoe cm bo uiuht and enforced onlv hv fir.nl.lM tj..iin,. ,,.,n,i anil the Inil'ieiico of thi cinircli. -- Willi the i)ch commandment as hia text Kav.W K. VAU preached h splendid doiiiiuii tjuilUHy on me sin ol lying, a vice hj common in one way or another that its gravity i often tat aiitht of. He win preach shortly on Hih suhject "Owe uo muii anything," when we hope all who nitt.l to have such injunction urged upon thpin will lo present. Nint'tMtn of tlin ynungpr membera of the Methodist clnirc'i, Ht Younlsville, Ind , have linen I'xpplled for attending a dance. Tho minister has been preaching against dancing for some time, and as they would still go to dances, he ton- clutletl to turn the church discipline upon them, as a warning to others, and as h punibhment to the erring. INv. L M. I.ifslev has written to Ed. itor Dun 12 p'Sullivan, of the Louisville Critic, telling him of the "delicious bouI rest" he is experiencing ami warning Dan to from tlin wrath to come. The editor of the Critic is not worse than other men, and purlisps not eo bad as Borne, but Lasluy has undertaken the heaviest job ol his life in trying to convert liim to the SAUcti(lc4tiou heresy. Though there have ben no sensational duininiLr-.tuiii- s nnd no to create a furor, the meeting at the Baptist church Is accompliahing great good and bringing thosi into tho fold, who have for many long years withstood the plead-inof the Stvior. Dr. J. H. Boyet preiicht'S the gospel as he rjcb it puro and simple, and his sermons a're models of eloquent Interpretation of thu Scrip-turThe sirging under Mr Beville continues an important factor in the worship sud the 5') voices unite in sweetest harmouy. There iiave been US confessions and 20 additions to date. Owing to tho fact that Dr Boyet has an engagement in New Orleans, beginning on thu 3d, he will be compelled to close here Wednesday night, to the great regret of all who havo enjoyed his ministrations. . ., ,. ,, " is. uox, wno ... f.. CARRARD -a - COUNTY. ... ,i The skating rink, which has been running for several weeks, will closo Thursday night, when a masked carnival will bo given. So far no ono has poked up bis head as a candidate for tho Legislature. Let some good man announce himself, ono who favors free turnpikes, and he will Before Springtime every overcoat, every heavy suit, every blanket, be elected without any trouble. every comfort, all heavy underwear, all woolen hosiery, all our boots, Those circulating the petitiona for all our heavy shoes are to be sold in the next two weeks to make free turnpikes aro mooting with great If you want anything success. Noarly everybody approached room for our immense stock of spring goods. oa tho subject is for it, and the proa in these goods let us ask you to come and see us before buying. picts are exceedingly bright for an early Whether you need these goods or not, oitabJishment of the scheme. A large number of our merchants c'ose'lheir business houses to attend the morning meetings .at the Methodist church, which continue to grow in interest. One has to go early to get a seat at either tho" morning or evening ser- Them at our prices. We are even now receiving our Spring stock of Our Last Call. It Will Pay You to Buy HUGHES & TATE. fl-- FOR INSURANCE THAT INSURES, elT-ir- t Kirby, The Insurance Man, WLWK JCC gi x KY. x HUSTONVIIXE, 'miPTIJfc i4Yil jim. k5t xj f Can Sell Goods Cheaper than Others. Post-Offic- e high-price- d post-maste- r, per-Bo- na south-boun- ffl,-00- 0. 23c, d, 8c 1 tsilor-mak- af-t- k, Withers & Hocker, ot t.-- r .;.;; I.M...--.- ". Hearts Will Leap for Joy e, much-heralde- iti -- r H i ,. 1 well-know- n m n, o . 1 Stan-for- d. 1 W. H. WEAREN & CO. r" ft--a mt-JL- ?' i JfW" ' - ..iUJ- - 7 i i"" 1'irm iHtjpiwffp iEMl-W,EEKL- Y IWIERIORJOIIBML 181)5 Stanford, Ky Fewruarv 26, W. P. WALTON. that Gov. Brown, to have been conaiBtenf, should have appointed Mr. Boyle to the appellate judgeship, to mawhich he snva he wryj elected by 201 lucky man Is jority, but he didn't. The Mhj. George B. Eastln, of Louisville, the peer of either the contestants, a lawyer of great ability and a gentleman of the highest sense of honor. U was a mem bar of the famous Morgn'a command and Buffered much from the cause he loved. lie married a sister of Gon. John B. Oastleman, whom he met in Canada, where he, tho general and Judge Hinea refugeed after the war until the excitement of the fratricidal strife subsided. Moi v.utin in in the crime of a vigorous, physical and mental manhood and will do the 8tate good service. His appointment give general satisfaction In wherever he la known. It is till next January; the election to All the uuexspired term will be held in November. It would Beem thero is a broader field or the display of statesmanship by the average legislator than attempting to regulate women's apparel. Two State Legislatures have solemnly decreed that women who wear large hats to theatres shall be subject to fine, and now the Wisconsin Solons are trying to make it a punishable ofiense for ladles to wear sleeves of greater than prescribed dimensions, at places of amusement. We are for the dear creatures wearing anything they choose, in any way they choose and anywhere they they choose. They are going to do so, too, and all the Legislatures, Congresses and Senates can not keep them from it. W-believe the Some of the newspaper men of agitating the question Of State are again is badly a general advertising law, which likely bo rejected needed, bnt which will bv a time serving Legislature. There are many reasons for tho passago of such a we law, and none against it, but so far as it is immaterial whether It are concerned is adopted or not. We havo lived a long time without it and are satisfied that we cin continue to exist if it never becomes tho law. Besides previous Legislatures h ivo seemed to think It is a favor asked by the newspapers and we do not care to h nven thought to bo an applicant for any favor from anybody or anything. A bkntimknt seems to prevail both in National and State administrations, as well as among voters, that when a member of a family Is given an office and dies during the term, another member of it shall reap tho usufruct, if he so do sires. The president has shown acceptation of the sentiment by appointing Wallace M. Shelby to succeed his lather as collector of internal revonue in the Lexington district, and as both the Senators asked it. it will be promptly confirmed. Ken-t,Mr- - Louis-TlUei- ad b The Louisville Post continues to perletters from sons, who say they will not vote for Col. W. 0. Bradley for the gubernatorial nomination. It is a waste of space to let them tell their little tales of woe. Co'. Ttmrilnr rlnpsn't need their votes. His nomination is already assured by acclaim. Senator Dolpu was shelved by the Oregon Legislature, which after fruitlessly balloting for 33 days, elected Geo. of State, just W. McBride, 15 minutes beforo tho final adjournment. Tho new Senator doesn't seem to know wh4t he does know about things, except that they need reform. pub-liaunheard-of-before Treasurer Woodruff, of Ar- kannas, has been found guilty and sen tenced to one year's Imprisonment ior false pretenses in obtaining an oruor to sell certain State scrip, Mpaarfl. Harrison & Boone, the firm composed of F. R. Harrison and S. M. Boone, jr., with last issue iook cuarga Marion Falcon with Finley Shuck still at tho holm as editor. Wm. Poller, of Xenla, 0., had his eyes blown out while hunting ground hogs. He had placed a lot of powder In a hole to blow tho animals out and tho explosion was premature. Another Japanese army Is reported preparing to sail, for the purpose, it is believed, of attacking Formossa. The Diet has voted the extra credit of f asked by the Government. The governor of Missouri saved the neck of wife murderer, Hunt, after everything had been fixed for his execution, by commuting his sentenco to life imprisonment. The Owen county glutton who devoured 22 eggs has been outdone by a citizen of Poplar Plains, Fleming county, who, It Is said, ate 37 eggs, two app e pies, a loaf of bread and drank half a gallon of bulterVnllk. Frank Wood, a dying negro at WI1 caliamsburg, confessed that during his killed five people, two of reer he had and them In Alabama, two in Tennessee three o one in Georgia. He stated that Wood his victims were white women. roan had been inei , also said that one convicted and hanged tor one qi acts. . Kr-Sint- n at tho S.ock Yards was tho monitor last Friday. UU weight waB Ofcit claimed to be 3, 8)0 lbs anil ex inches, girth UfcttS inches treme length from "lip to tip," 17 feet. He was a grand Shoit horn, Bix years old. and was tho pniv rty of J. Nelson & Son, of Spring Valley, III. ed 1I Don't Read This, the value of a dolup-to-da- - Unless you arc a bargain seeker and appreciate. in tho country the other day and tho deal in facts. We arc farmer was showing her tHo nno biock. lar. We waste no time in idle talk and simply A bunch of pretty Joreoy calve attract merchants. We know that the 19th century progressive, ed her admiration. "See the pretty cow- language. That men and women arc not to be humbuged by flowery letfl," Bho exclaimed. "No," said the farmer, who was showing her tho bIkIiIb it is not and wanted her knowledge to he exact, "they are littlo bullets." a'l over tho land will tuko up collections for foreign missions. A vntino lmlv from town was visiting 100,-000,0- Next Suuday the Christian chinches THE SLICK TONGUE, Next Thursday is appointed by the Southern Pfctt))tcriaii Gem nil Asotin-bl- v bb a day of prayer for bchoola and Collegci Who breathes, mu-- t null i; hmI wL-thinks, rauitmoirr; And he alone id ulest whu rn r was Matt lie w Prior. born. -- the Nor the well wielded pen that sells the goods to day. Hut rather This is our plan realization that a firm is underselling all competitors. custom? of securing, holding and increasing trade. Hundreds of our ers.of thisj vicinity Testify to This Faet -- ! f I lsh And are feeling be defunct. There will no out of torts, weak j Yours Strictly for BusincsF, uiu generally extears be shed, except by tho members, hausted, nenous, Ranboji, of North who will go home never to return. May tisvi nn annetlle Sknatob Matthew anil can't work, j Carolina, who wsa recently turned down an outraged constituency deal with them Dcgin ai oncciii Ins: the most relia 23 years' continuous service in the as they deserve. after ble strengthening j exU. S. Senate, and whose term will medlcine.vrhich is J NEWSY NOTES. uruwn a iron uu pire March 4, hae been appointed to sucr. A few hot. to Mexico. Increased ties cure benefit The Board of Supervisors ceed Gov. Gray as minister cumes lion mc j venr first dose i" The Senate was so delighted at tho ap- Jefferson county's assessment 14,400,970. ttvm t J Iji ytnr Stanley Smith was accidentally shot pointment that it went into executive lirtk mtiil lt I v A. UR13ANSKY & CO., Proprletois, pleasant to take. J session immediately on receiving It from and killed while out hunting in Bour T-- D. RANEY. Manaeer. C the president, and confirmed it unani- bon county. do so being made -- Unto Feb. 20.h over $20,000,000 mously, the motion to Ilranch Stores. the gen- worth of property ha'd gone up in smoke by Senator 8herman, Kidney and Liver DyspepsU, tleman the highest encomiums. Sena, during the month. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiara? Neuralgia. Troubles, --Three lives were lost and damage to Ransom is not a very brilliant man, tor Constipation, Bad Blood Virsaillcs, Ky.JandMackport, Ind. polthe amount of half a million was done but he is a dignified, Nervous ailments f Malaria, ished gentleman, who will fit the diplo- by a fire at Hot Springs. Women's complaints. A negro was shot and killed near matic service like a gfove. Get only tr e genuine it has crossed red 4 nK- lines on the wrapper. All nlhra i Fulton, by J. il. Morris, whose wife he alltutes. On receipt oi two c, Blampi wc 1 to had attempted to outrage. will send set of Yen Beautiful World's Washington is said to have said Fair Vlewa and book free the old man whon he was about to dnst David Jones, of Elwood, Ind., has BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MO. Y his pantaloens with a well seasoned hick-- a the worse case, of insomnia on record. FARM AND TBADE ITEMS. Hvitch. on discovering that his He has not slept for 150 days. GEO I! IOOPKK. The Best and Latest Improved, -- Raloh Wilkes' book Is already full. JAS. I! VEAOEIt favorite cherry tree had been ruined by Four hunters were frozen to death In -- Kremlin, 2:07 J, Is being driven to the can not Louisiana, whero etherial mildness waB bis promising scion: "Father I : aleigh at ritttueld, Mass. tell a lie. I did it with my little hatch- thought to perennially prevail. will be trained at -- Dan Cupid, 2:09, ....Proprietor! of....... et." In emulation of this example of The House again refused to concur year. truthfulness, the weather bureau sent in the Senate amendment appropriating Fleetwood Park this times last Pixley 2:031 Btarted seven out no prediction Friday. The father of $500,000 for the Hawaiian cable. year and did not win a race. And a Full Line of STANFORD, KY his country couldn't tell a lie and the Samuel Young stabbed his wife to i-- . Al-- Charlie Singleton Bold to M. Hsvik bought of P. W. Green his Llverv for one day at death at Decatur, Ind., and then hung signal service wouldn't and added revr buggies and horses, we ate mare for $90. len a least. himself. Jealousy iras the cause. report prepared to furnish mule buyors -C- olumbia, Tenn., Rev. J. B. Simons is under arrest at FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS of $5 to $7.60 a bead. Grayson Republican has suspendThe Maysville, charged with performing a an advance Russell, of Op short notice The travrlirit public will find -- J. M. Hill sold to Robert ed. It did not fill a loDg felt want. Least- marriage service without a license. us always ready and willing to turiilth Drum3c. Call on mer.' Wagons, cither slugle or dout.le or Cain wise the patronage was not sufficient to Boyle, a lot of butcher cattle at David Goetze was instantly killed of axes of a kinds at very LOW TRICIS. I he induce the fair young edilreaseB and type and A.lunzo Funkhouser fatally injured T. J. Hill sold to John Johnston, bojrs in and around town will alio hnd u the pco Boyle", 20 -- boats, averaging 100 pounds pie to deal with. Stop with us when in town at setters, Misses Ora and Mollie Kees, to g near Muncie, Ind. courts and entertainments and your hone and at a the onerous task. In their continue wi be well cared for chiropodist advertises A Chicago YKAGEK St COOI'KR Bros, at conge, they eay that they have demonW 'G reeu bought of Gibbs P Mjers House Stable, iNisnford, K jr S; "Trilby" feet gelding for was that he can reconstruct Lincaster'a strated that they could do what it out of tho most unpromising materials. M S. IlAt CIIM H J W. llMCIIMAN .Our Stock of. said they couldu't, and they threw up It is estimated that tho late Col. It. f 100. 16 weeks of trial, patis-fie151 to 161 hauds, 3 to o the sponge after -- Ten muleB, P. Pcnnerwa worth at least $400,000, that if the paper was not a go, it and his life insurance amounted to $110,- - years old for rale. B.G Cover, Mliieuge : ..lllo was not their fault. - MOrmETOKS OJ0. 40 hogs W H Tray lor has lost about has gone to An Arkansas farmer several & SALE AnKR refusing to adjourn out of enurt to recover nosaesion of his wife from pneumonia in the last, And Oils is to Lee's birthday, the meisloy crew and child, who were kidnaped by a cred- WPPKfl STABLE, oflet-in- g Legislature were composing.the North Carolina -L- ocal dealers yesterday itor. Kentucky. corn, voted to adjourn on ace Hint of the death for wheat, $2 per tibl. for 52c. Because his wife would not return Btrongat$5.-Wo- oi.negro, Frederick Douglm. No of the call. Nolh g but home with him. B. J. MillhoiiBO took and hemp was very II you nd livery k1o " turnouts will Icavo our (tabic, Src ut wonder the indignitlon ip greUan Bitted,' poison and died on the streets of Kan- ford Sun. to (or ratet. Id our but the people do not deserve anything sas City. A bill imking it a misdemeanor permitted HARNESS SHOP tracks in And prices the very Lowest, quality considered. We can save you better or they would not h ivu A "nigger" wasn't good enough for Introduce "ringers" on race n,t w.111 Aitft a fttinrtmeut tit Haintm. the SUto to have gono as it did in the Fred Douglas. His last wife was n fill Missouri, has passed both houses and dlo,aililH'S,Ac.vnnitllavu)our rojulrnR done ltri money on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Come in and sec. by We have a last eleetlou. our mau he undtrtand hl biuioi blooded whito woman, whom ho found will become a law. mourning over mechanic in our Mr. J. E. Bruco is in The prohiuiuouibtd are fond of a joke, "down East." BLACKSMITH SHOP. horse, Harre, who of his old Francis W. Jones, of Shelbyville, tho th At their meeting in Louisville this week work arJ satisfactory to and fro from his farm Will guarantCflfirit-tUhim they really intend to nominate a candi- Ind , 73 years old and never took a paper him pulled prices. Ti oar horse siiotr 15 yearf. of $030 by for thee Inst date for U. S. Senator, and eeveral men has just been beaten out of A. T. Hunu -I- t. G. Gover bought . empty honor. There is lightning rod men. arest'i-kiiintBread is the Staff of Iiife" Bartholomew Dntko, of Franklin, and W. W. Lyons eight no law against such pBif jrnnncos and if sold to T. 13 2 to 3c. He THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. the roM water disciples enjoy that kind Ind., was given $2,000 in a damage suit heifers at of mules for $135 and to Dr. a pair school teacher, all the fun against Alvin Itg?, of thlng.they ate welcome to P. W. Loitan a good one for $60. who severely whipp d his 8on. The Very LaUst and Most Approved Styles in they can get out of it The I.vrsiiwii Jouunal will be better During the trial of the A quia Cre k and jack s at Sta.'! jh! Courthouse, Va than ever prepared to do horso The editor of this p.iper lias been nois also tho bet . tified by Olmiriuin R. W. I:o vn if his Morgan, one of tho di f mlciiU ehoutid ...!. in.. . .im,nHon. It !iiii.i.'h vau iiuj iv . - :i.. .iil..ir,lai mr I.A nna appointment us u member of tho priES lU u wuiiUEa tl.A. uo ... a I! .. min,u.....B tirilllim VOU uiub iui. " ana jacus Gitfcum' committee of tho The Chinese in extcuting prieoneiB your horses 20. h G V U Kicunp Banrd for tho i Uj dirnuguiaiiuu, no u iictu 1 uuuui ov" time In Louis- tho victim's neck, plnco a Mick in tho One nl tno laroi mm. inent, which miow t ville, a honor ho nppruifttcH and here- slack of the cord and turn it until life is Trimble county PtaL 8 that tlio repori Stetson's Hats in Black .ind White. Nice As ortment of College and ' h0 frmt hasueen pmrtiwHy by accepts. that o.xtiaet. Yacht Caps in all Colors. Milton ows Wulker G. Hammer, for 20 years tel- killed ia erroneous nnd tho i.uhliou of lit. centa each hr MAnuiAUB Hiul tho nci'it ler of the First Natioual Bank at Lynch- - aayahohas offered live tlo c.uefl, doubtless, havo iuduced Mr. hurg, Va., hns bwn arreauul, charged .).. ,.t uifi1i. IiiiiIr. tho Loving W. Gained to dinpoae of some tl with tho ombezKlement of $23,000 of the TIih highest price obtained at to the estate newspaper pioinrty and reduce hia hla Ba1e of 03 j .cka belonging hank'a funda. waa f26 work. lie boa aold the Dally nnd WeekJoseph Uurris, of Riy county, Mo., of Monroe Leer In Bourbon ly Progress, of Ularkavillo, 'enn., to tho naa Bent to jail six months for whipping ami tliu lowest f 00, makiug nn nverugo yZSgAlways Reliable. 4 Timea rahlishhiK Co., nnd will horoaftor hia wife, and every day sinco his incar- of SiM). Six jenneta aold at ?M to $200; Make the LIGHTEST BREAD, devote hi3 ontiro time to tho Elklon ceration she haa brought him a nice mule colta brought $28.75.. O. M. SWEETEST CAKES, Tfogreaa. A. F. Moberley bought of WArni dinner. mare routed WHITEST BISCUITS. .'.year-old The loea to tho Government by tho Spoonamoro four Hon. Joun D. IlAitRia ia likely to have bought I. S. Plillhpa n a State ticket. recent bond sale which would havo at $33. He also on Is Eocoiviug His For Salo by at least one mulea for flOO. pair of three year-ol- d had a new law been pasaed Qvo c.Uvea One ol them, Mr. Oiay, democrat, iaafter been saved : : C. ia figured at ;27,G2.S,G70, when settled at He aold to O. M. Spoonamoro -:- -- : FALL-:-AN- D the guhernatorial prize, whiio the other, homlj. This goea at $10 and a milk cow for 533. Dealer in General Mcichandlie, ia hankering after the nom- tho maturity of tho eaya Capt. Stone, The Chicago Breeders' Gazette tick- into the pocket of tho syndicato, or "seination of auditor ou tho republican Goods Warranted and a Terfect Fit Gi aran'ecd. Givi me call. - largest ateera ever seen that one of tho cret" purchaaera. et. gress will Uj-o- In less than a week the presont Con- who-pai- State, to Olarksvllle, Tenn, ami married. Jamea Stonebraker, 7o, and Mrs. Nancy Lowrnan, OS, were married at This Is bis sixth, and lur fifth marriage. -- The reason why so few marriages are spend happy is because young ladies making nets and not in their time in making cages. Jonathan Swift. The wedding of Miss Elizabeth Nel - u'nn,i nf Honklnsville, and Mr. J. nQrr f Louisville, occured last ij week. The bride Is a daughter of Hon Hunter Wood, of the New Era. The New York World gives the la .lioathin advice: Do not allow youryou have any aelf to marry as long bb mnn.l rArvations about tho man. Do .. n man t vou never Intend to m... Wb all know that every woman to and every man on this earth intends 01 time uu marry. It is only a question Is ofright opportunity. The intention men. It Is never remote ten remote In enough to be vague In a young unmarried woman. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. rM, Hillnrd. aaed 10. and Miss An this nie Riley, 14, eloped from Fredonla, - means so much more than hyou imagine serious and latai diseases result irom trifling ailments neglected. In Poor WE DO UNDERSELL Health fore the season closes. you wc arc not satisfied Today and ;hundrcdsorwillibc confronted vithsaying thatwc that --- with the realization be,, Wcjmcan exactly what we say when wc tclj will not be undersold but 'X ' will prove it to you if you will only give us the opportunity."' Will show you that one dollar spent with us is cqua Weare anxious and toJi.25 spent elsewhere. Don't olavwith Nature's r greatest gift health. We Await Your Trade, willsavc youjnoncy. Brown's Hron Bitters LOUISVILLE S--ta : STORE, It Cures Yeager Livery O'BRIEN and Feed Stable, it & : Cooper, . WAGONS, four-year-o- ld Harness of All Kinds. FARRIS & HARDIN. 1 barn-raisin- e 1 four-year-ol- d d M.S.&J.W.Baughman, LIVERY, FEED Stanford, firit-cli- ss Drugs, Books, : Paints LARGE -- - WELL SELECTED; G. L. PENNY. Exr. n two-year-o- ld Ken-dric- k EE train-robber- Ballard's OBELISK Flour & 1 Ei-uuti- yo iui ,....11. - 1 Ut-x- liu ," Stiffs and Softs, Alpines and Crushes, H. J. McROBERTS. -- h.6.ruply;-- itwtatttftlimmw4 WINTER aon-in-la- w J. FLOFvSICE, Kentucky. GOODS Stanford. t,s. - Interior Journal BrANFOitn, Kv., FEititUAitV 2G, 1895 A . good ofllco for rent. Walton. Apply to W. Hkad bltf nil. Dnke tiio up to ilntu jeveler'n Tim car in which Gorton's Minstrels Josh Dyf, an cxccntric knob genius, live nnd travel in u 111 come up hooked hna been missing for three weeks or to 2IJ to duy more. Ho left home stating that he waa I am now receiving my Bpriug suitings, pants, etc., and you aro cordially invited A oooo 25c dinner at II Znniner's. Go to call In aud examine them. II. 0. E. C. Walton, Business Manager there during court. Hupley. Buckles in every shape for tho neck, An orango weighing pounds and scarf, garter aud belt at Dank.s, the JewPERSONAL POINTS. grown by Mrs, J. W. Wallace in her pit, eler. Mti. J. It. Fahhiu, of Lexington, ia Kiln vlitlittuil In tlita mH1iu vitatnntat Go up to tho depot and Inspect that Sno ..,. ,.,. .,,., fitfB on ,,. here. magnificent palace car thnt Gorton'B Mill MhR. Mai.k Hardin hna been qulto htro's travel in. You will bo welcomed T. 0 Ykaoeh having bought the Yen-ge- r sick for oeveral daye. . ft Yeagnr accounts, has instructed FolSafb 8herifl Frank El- TO DATE NOVELTIES. Mrr. nnd politely shown through. Lfrn.it Kijwahd, boh of Mr. nnd .. me to sue on all that aro not paid. Call liott and Deputy Charles M. IUndall, of Q. 11. Cooper, ia nuito ill. Buiinki). Tho child of nnd Buttle at once and save casta. W. S. Laurel, placed thfco prisoners in jail Miss TiNKiit Hxt.M,of Danville, Iiib Doc Padgett, noar Kingavillo, turned Burch. hero Sunday for safe keeping. William been vinitinn Mra. Joo F. Waters. over tho chair in which it was tied, and Stotf, who was here before, was one of MiBsSuKCozvrrliHBKone to Colum fulling into the fire was so badly burned "The world renowned" Goshaun, mind them. The court of appeals, it will he bus, Ind., to visit Mrs. W. B. Pisk. reader, hypnotist and mesmerizer, gave thnt it will die. remembered, gave him a now trial for of Frankfort, Tuck. T. M. Goodk.nkiiit, n couplo of mystifying performances at Deputy Clkhk. Mr. J. F. Cummins the college chapel, which wero enjoyed tho murder of John Collins, but his case is Mm Ktiest of '.Squire J. S. Murphy. was not reached nt the term just ended Mifs Annus Siiold went to Danville hna appointed Mr. Thomas 0. Ball ono of by tmall audiences. Tho othera are Robert Jackson, who got his Held deputies and "Tommy" ia now yesterday to visit Mrs A. E. Gibbons. John IIai.k went to Somerset Friday prepared to take acknowledgements of The report came to town yesterday a lifo sentence for killing Ed Chestnut, that Mr. It. E. Gaines, who lives near and Alex Tuttle, who was tried for the aid will likely engago in business there, deeds, administer oaths, Ac. . Walnu( Flat, ua(l Deen Assaulted and rob- killing of Speed Williams, but who had a ? MisbSudik Ellis and Mr. George E' Tiik street parade of Gorton's Min- bed the night before, On investigation, bung jury. JackBon waa given a new is woro down from lluatonvlllu Fridar strels, which occurs about 2 v. a. to day we found that the grounda for it grew trial by Judgo Clark, because it was nf Mr. Jiff D. Jones bos moved to Mits will be well worth seeing The band and Are you coming to town on business? If you are it will pay ou of tho fact that he heard a noise in terward ascertained thnt one of the Miry Varnon's bouse ou Danvllld Avo performers will bo handsomely uniformyou to take your wife some of the splendid values we are offerhis stnblo and dh going thither nnd en in the case was a relative of the man nuo. ed nnd the music will be superb. tering, bo received a blow which knock- he killed. All of the prisoners are white ing in Miss Lillian Fohbytiik, of Mercer, is ... ed him down and rendered him seoBeleea men. vlsitlnn Misses Gatewood and Birdie Altiiouoii tho county of ljulaski is as for a time. Ho thought nt first that a Given?. larqe ni two or three of the Eastern horse kicked him, but as there was none Mh. O. V. McHoiikhtb, of, Ackworth, States its total assessment is biit $:5,0ofl,-3SNEW ADYKRT13EMENT8. in the stall, ho is of the impression now Ga., is visiting bis uepbows, the Messrs. which la ?3GI,IG0 lea's than tho year that he wna hit with a stick, which he McKoberta. before, we learn from the Paragon. found in the stable, ly some one, who ... Mishks Lizzik Dunn and Florence Jen Tins is Shrovo Tuesday and Mardl was bent on stenling n horse. Mr. Galnefi Lei your Painting, Pipcrlsg and Ca'cimlniog un ning", oi Boyle, are visiting Mis. M. 8. you tee Ilelden & Ueer. We furniih Grasdny. lent begins, but was not robbed and the whole thing is til material and guarantee work, or no Baughman. money. mysttrlous. 101. Mn.JoaS. Grimes, of Eliztbethtoiin, it will not bother many peopl in this ... community, where tho Cntholica and spent a few days with his homo folks in Table Linens, Hamburgs, Laces, Shoes, Hosiery, Underwear and Qi'itk in interesting trial was held at Episcopalians aro few and far between. this county. Saturday. Dr. P. W. tho Carpets. I will go to any place where there are aix or Mr. Eli Watts and fon, Tyler, of Logan bought a mnle from Mr. B. G. rooro cattle to cehorn. 1 do the wor' .with the owe mo I insist that To You. It you Louisville, weru guests of the I'axtons a Gover and g'H'A him his note for it. Dr. Lightning Dehomer. Can dehorn auy cow In you come forward ntonco nnd settle. If Logan The make a day or two. claimed that the mule wbb not as three ioconds. crunh knife break the clean, imooth nor horn, at the cut.dccinot Mh. 0. II. Haydkn has been perman- yon do not comply with this request I gentle as represented and sued him for clipper does. It U the only humane way to depunish animal like ently located on the mail run from How will not hesltnte t) place your account in the noto, which was for GO. Mr. P. M, horn theVoc notgeti well the quick again the tar, as that and wound u the hands of an olllcer for collection. I McRoberts represented Mr. Gover and made by the taw. For furtner information, call land to Richmond. on G. A. PEYTON, Stanford, Ky. We are making on Brown and Bleach Cottons and Sheeting, Mies Mary Vaunon, of tho collector's trust ihls hint to tho wiso will bo Sec the I.ightn'ng Pruning Hook. tot. Hon. Harvey Helm, Dr. Logan, and will make you wonder where we get them. W. Green. P. olllce at Hicbmond, is viaitiug her broth introducing numerous witnesses, er, Judge W.E Varnon. including the doctor's daughter nnd Burnid. Mies Maria, an invalid 1'nor. M. J. Uitouoii was over from daughter of Milton l.eynolds, of the dnughter-in-larousing speeches were TO-NIGHT Kinpjville yesterday and gavo us sover-a- l McKiuney made. The jury, composed of six men section, was fearfully burned, items from that locality. by her clothes catching Are from a grate could not agreo and a maority verdict Jknnib Gooi'xh and Maggie near which she was sitting. A month or waa agreed on, although Mr. Gover inCampbell left Saturday for Louisville to so ago a nieco of hers wb burned (o forms us this was done without his conlearn the millinery business. sent. After remaining out ceveral hourB death at tho same house. We have Made and Shipped to Mini Laura MacAnally, of Memphis, it decided that Mr. Gover should give looking pretifer than ever, is visiting Whrn your horse needs shoeing bring Dr. Logan his noto and tako tho mule her aunt. Mrs. J. M. Hubbard. him to our blacksmith shop where you back. Mr. Gover is not at nil satisfied Mm Jamih Givbh was nblo to como to will find the most expert shoer in town-W- and says ho will take the case to the cirt)wn yeatcrday for the first' time in sev also repair harnees and will sell you cuit court. oral weeks. Ho hts been quite sick. harness, saddles, lap robes and horso Cihcuit Coukt. At 0:30 yesterday Mr. Al Burks has given up bis post blankets cheaper than any bouse in the Judge M. C. Sautley, apparently fully reA Full Line of t!on at Haugbman's livery stablo and country. M. S A J, W, Baughman. .. stored to health, took bis Beat on the will attend to I. W. Green's hornet. Tiikrx ia not a vulgar speech, sugges- wool sack and ordering Deputy Sheriff ATMm. David VanAhsualk, Mr. and 8. 0. Lackey and Sterling Grimes tive action or bad feature in the perform- II. M. Newland to make tho announceMis. Lackey aro guests of Hon. and Mrs. (J. ance given by Gorton'a New Orleans ment, proceeded to the business before Minstreln, which is a sories of artistic bim. The following grand jurors were A. Lackey. novelties, in which refinement and ex then aworn in and comprehensively Eu I'kyton Siuoli), who baa finished a Every Pair TUESDAY EVENING, County Attorney J. B. Pax-tocourse in the Commercial College, Lx qalsito muaic are Btudied features. You charged by Opington, is spending a few days with should Bee them to night at Walton's Frank Cordier, J. E. Lynn, J. II. Col era House. borne folks. lier. J. D. Myers. Lilburn Goocb. T. J. Mr. Samuel F. Piiili-s- collec'or ol The following ollkers wero elected for T. Harris, J. II. Bright, J. the income tax (or th'a district, wbb here the Maccabeo lodge organized at Crab Uobluson, J. men with Orchard, Friday night. Dr. Fain, Past F. Holdam, J. T. BingAtnan, Gecrge a few day, efceing after tho If not perfectly satisfactory return to them and get a new pair. Young and T. J. Coulter. the money. Commander; D. B Edmiston, CommanMr. Lynn was appointed foreman of Mna. Stklk BaiLtvond Mrs. St.Clnlre der; JotTSteenborgen, Lieutenant Hustonvillo, Ky. this jury and then tho petit jury wae a THE CLAUS SHEAR CO., returned from Borne, Ga., Friday, where W. E. Perkins, Record Keeper; Good Wh te Sccd.Oati For Sl. lected as follow?: tho latter went for lit r health, which was W. A Carson, Finance Keeper; J. T Fremont, O. L G. Goocb, J. 0. King, J. W. Bailey, Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. greatly improved. Chad wick, Sigeant. B. Y. Hobbs, D. S. Hi He, John TurnbuU, .. Mil. J. W. Pkiuu.n hna been promoted Furniture and Stoves. Tub weather has been unusually fine J. W. Powell, J. W. Dinwiddie, John general agent of tho Siuger Machine to Genuine Oliver Cbilleu IMows. Step In and 105 a for several days, but notwithstanding the Anderson, Granville Haley, Perry White, nice lino of KocVIng Chairs ami Furniture. Co. Ho will have 15 counties in his ter? btovei Cheaper than ctcr before. Joo Jar vis, Win. Huffman, A. 0. Martin, ritory and will work 10 men. His family warm rays of the sun, tho snow nnd ice I.i cry Stable nnd Ulaclimith Shop For Rent' W. A. Hail, still stay with us, probably to verify the John M. Hail, J. II. Hilton. will remain here. .1. W. Hayden, J. W, Holmks, of Stanford, is old s lying thnt when it stays so long it ie W. M. McAfee, S3. Mils Alick for more. There aro still drifts Wallace, J. A. Wright, Joseph Cofley, tho guest of Mrs. G. M. Patterson this wnitiue Attorney at Law, feet deep in places. Tho Spencer Hubbloand J. E. Wright. week. She has been rendering valuable tbieoor four - indications yesterday wero for rain, but first caBe tried was that of W. F. The assistance to the choir at thu Methodist To supply your wants. Every article in this line is the signal service said it would be fair Olymer for carrying concealed weapons church by her sweet singing. Lnncaster Y1 ar m Kxecutor, Administrator and Aittgn-1- 0 and wurmer Tuesday. and ho was acquitted. On motion of the Becord. . to tho imlictmont agaicbt Special attention given baleSettle nents oi of F. M. A.ssLkY, tho excellent Mil. and Ditlilon ut Attorney and Death. Mies Sallio Wharton, tl.o Commonwealth, Infants' Lands. on tho L & K , is Buffering with daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Wharton, E.M.Cole for embezzlement, was The sheriff was never nblo to Office on Larcaster St overSupt. W. F. a kidney trouble and will leave in a few died Friday, aged 10. Sho was sent to 00 Toilet Soaps, Infant, Tooth, and Toilet Powders. find him. Louisa Gibbon was fined 520 to bo a specific days for Rreort thought the Feoblo Minded Institute at Frank" in eiich cases, and hundreds of frionda fort, a few years ago, but nfter staying in one of tho three uipes sgaliidt her for hope ho will return fully riBtored to there eoino six months, tho superintend- Belling liquor unlawfully. The rases n agaiuat JcriPph Coffey ml Thomas . health. Of Lincoln County. ent sent her home, saying she had no wero dieinited, becauo witness A iter concluding his argument in the mind nt nil and cou'd not bo benefited Hair and Clothes Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Shaving Brushes, Nail The New VdnArsdall casoatHarrodHbuig, Mr. J there. The family ia a sorely n filleted could not bo found. A j nlgment waa Brushes, Artist and Paint Brushes. S. Owsley, Jr., set out for Franklin, (o ono. Mr. Wharton is iiunble to work entered in f.tvor of J. W. Jnmea for sell bjo his wifu and heir, from whom ho had from old age and iuflrmitieB ami his wife ing liquor unlawfully on an agreed ense SrPrescriptions accurately compounded. to go to the couit 1 f npptmlrf. Tho other been kept by tho long trial. He found is blind and helpless. Lancaster, Ky., cases nniiifct him wero continued. Ono both well and returned in time to be yester Brad lev wait right. Ho of tho cases rpuinat Stephen Vanderpool t I1UW ill g.. nHAM.n nx.1 niviiio (Via ilt.Hll.nu n Mill U)'CI tiviuu. iiiu I. .! Clbaiikd. Col. present at tho opening of court attcniii II said bo would clear SherilF Vuiiaredull for violating whieky laws wns dismissed ol the builders of Lincoln county to its material, day. THE HERD OK workmanship and low price. iNotc iupctio Hon. J. N.Sau.niibiuj vuia ono of the and ho did. Altera trial which lHSttd ai was ono ngaiint J. G. Weatberford judges in tho oratorical contest among from Thursday, l'lth, till Saturday, 23 1, and C Biow n for 1i e'milnr offense. Tho SOME OF OUR There woro the caso was given to the jury and it indictment sgain&t F L Clifford for em 'MflNsssssssssssLssssssssssissssslisssssssssssssssssssssstLsssssV' Centre Collego Btudunta was dismhsed. I'ertcclly clear ponlnr or jtllnw pine flooring at' R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, four who aspired to represent tho insti- took them less than Jen minutts to find fmei hundrrd A lo as Si i lcr hundred. contest. 1I a verdict acquitting tho piiaotur of mm Tlio jury didn't think thoroNwaa any- .. Mthr boarding at Perfectly cliur J.IU popli tution lit the OrabOrcbard, - - Kentucky. Aal.i.tftid r.. li.ioil ..IIhlcknriwt nt t. fi nr Inhuitit.nl ; II. McElroy was awarded tho honor and der, nud in t fleet putting the peal ol thing in tlio chargi) of Sillio Best that Alfpatieins Criluij ellow hs tho decision seomed to be n popular ono, their np,roval an bin act of shooting an lahiim Ilaubford had ciiminnlly assaulted piue. JKipUr chi.tniit and ash, ns low low ii 35J per ' bjit types of Keittcrd ri per as , mil.- nrc.orii lumner as hundred hundrid. Ittn t.fiil llow puif Mnlahinu; lun bt.r. ' gtock Krceden secured from the beat herd In several different. States. Correipondence Solicited. judging by the demonstrations in his be- - unarmed man to death, because he h r and lie w.13 promptly ntq litted, quarter oak, J. . bavu mo: .y bj H'vlni! ul 6U sworo ho imagined ho was in danger. hnlf. Win. P.ummor, who baa been in ja 1 ordeis. "" mtm PLANING MILL. THE LANCA-slKTtiO result is another proof tlmt no innnV fortix nioi.tha or morr, charged with aucas'er , Sy , 7j 6m citTand vip.inity. neck is in dangT for hia deeds if ho liah outragiug Susie Biker, n little girl of less GIBBS TmPe"RIAX PLOWS. Tiik pretty weather baa brought out frionda nud money to employ the Hharp tlun 1'J years, tho petialty for which is fi nd him the bicycles tho first harbingers of est lawyers ' At his wua tiled and acquitted. Bpriiig. court a hung jury rcaulted. GOURIER-JOURNA- L! A cm Mi case oi liuukuwii was mnde trial lht Sells the Gemuine The enso of Will Hale, charged with are nt lisb. We have them in out by U. S. Deputy Miislial Thomas Buciclib a ten pagq eight Danks, the Baker, of Liurel county, who una charg- the murJtu of Georgo Pennington, was Is contains tho bwt column democratic neurpiper b eillng Bilver nud gold. IIEN-IJof cverythini; coinj It 3 o'clock. Both aideH being ready, WATTBH30N is the edit r. ed by Miaa Tabitha'Settlee, with a crim called at jewUcr. rt innl assault upon her. Tho uffenso was t'io so'ection of the jury begin. Out of PRICE, $1 00 A YEAR. Cait. W. 13. Ghunni 13 a candidate for said to havo been committed in tho Vau tho KK"',r panel, but Bis men wero maVes ' tho Legislature in Boyle county on nfrto derpool IIouso, nt Crab Orchard, in No- f jund to be q inlilled and they havo not Tho WEEKLY to agent , and Iree cry liberal terras fives paper pit ol turnpike platform. and clubs vember last, but'.tho other inmates nud yet been accepted. Ttio court ordered mi p ins fur 1'remluiuSample copies sentthe to any Supplement freo four page ii to eummon 35 men to bo here address. Write to Bhorifl Bkldkn it GuKROirer their services to scores of people around thu depot con- the morning to be examinTHE IMPERIAL' STEEL' LEVER HARROW. papering, painting or tiguous never heard n word of it. Biker by 9 o'clock this COURIER-JOURNA- L thoso who wish CO. ?? W?rrZ?T??l. ttuMnnuiuuvu . ed touching their qualifications as jurors Tho n " wnr. iw. iiwa iir exhibited n letter from the girl's father calcimining done. See card. TMifeualsvir A tftiiptrtstlti tfsr tn LOUIbVILLE, KV. Htllusls Iru Cs ilr,4.lwitMlli in the case. " olluring to drop the case for ?oO and the Miss The best Plow on the market. Ask 1 .CUu tt. TtttkU 1 i'Mt'srMH The Bm.sa your family to town while you general character of tho girl showed that Judgo W. 0. Hansford is among tho - Wcokly Interior Journal, US Tip. SCfMI Semi L ThlfttatlldwIiTII your neighbor who runs one and are attending court and have n picture she was hardly more sinned against than visiting ottorneys. Ho is much plenaod Gnllory. And Tho will have no other. Come and Binning. County Attorney J. B. Paxton with bis now location at Manchester and made nt Eup'a Art "" well. Judgo 0. It doiug Courier-Journ- al get prices and see the Plow before J, blue Rintp, was convinced that there was nothing in ia apparently Danville, and Hon. F. F. Wk bavo clover, of the caso but rovengo from failure to ex- McDowell, buying. Will bo sent one year to any address lit S2 7C. red top, Northern w'hite oatB, black oats tort money, aud made no oflbrt to have Bobbitt, ol Crab Orchard, are also at- Address TMC BUCMm A Clllt FLOW COMPANY, Csnten, Ohts. W. P. WALTON, only. Higgius & "". k Irt.... VV. L. WITHERS, Salesman. t .M. IINIIM. IM.BI I... for sale tor cash 83 Stinford, Ky tending court. the defendaut bound over. 1 Keki-jnod this week. going to Pulaski county to vIbH a reiatho and would return in three or four da) a Manicure Sets, Paper Knives, Book Marks, Match Safes, His littlo daughter was in town Friday Bag to make inquiry about him, but got no Checks, Embroidery Scissors, Belt Pins, Pocket Knives. Hat Marks, clue as to hia whereabouts. She is fear- Coat Marks, Cloak Clasps, Veil Clasps, Card Cases, Umbrella Marks! ful that her father froza to death on the Moustache Combs, Side Combs, Stick Pins, Hair Pins, Lock Braced way as ho started on foot during the cold lets, Cravat Clasps, Belt, Neck, Garter and Scarf llucklcs, CuffLinks, weather. Mr. Dye camo up eminng yesterday Shoe Buttoners, Glove Buttoners, Tooth Brushes, Nail Files, Nail and said he had been weather bound. Scissors, and a thousand one articles too numerous to mention in UP Sterling Silver. PANKS, - JEWELER. in Are You on the Jury? Are You Coming to Big Court ju-ro- ra S, DON'T firt-cls- s firtt-c- U w Bleach and Brown Cottons, Ginghams, Percales, Piques, DuckS, Towels, court-hous- e Dh.orn TTour Cattl The Prices sulll-cien- t. bo-sid- es SEVERANCE & SON. Mn-eK- s Gorton's e Minstrels HIGGINS & McKINNEY, m -- Walton's Opera House, Shears, Scissors, &d., WARRANTED n: , FEB- - 26th. FULLY f D. S. CABPENTIR, Com-umnd- Wallace Stan lord, Varnon, Kentucky. F-t- HI SUNDRIES road-inBBt- er The Best and Cheapest. McCla-ly'soinc- e. TO THE CITIZENS 11 Dal-to- Fine Bristlers Lancaster Planing -- W. B. McROBEETS, DLUK-GltASS PRICES: Duroc Jersey Red Swine I inter-collcgiat- o I -- 11 1 R--- - JJlHSHHK 0 U3sSSB5se2KB58gS !;... n-I- i, , i'ririti i I 1 ! THE WEEKIY in j ii"ftslBG3kw3sSRssmi B.K.WEAREN I Y I I . Gibbs' COUIUEIt-JOUUNA- L mmwuMAmSSSii H Imperial I T T II r Plows, 1 T tin-oi- l Weekly M talM T , "t" F jtT vi5 "jii "'" a"1" tx Semi-Week- ly InteriorJourp Every Tuesday and Friday AT jETabliabod JJSU Bj-WH- sa PKft YHSAlt not so paid K. C.'.LOCAL 1ST APVAyOM will be 32.60 charged TIME CARD. 5:10 p. m. Ttan leavei Rowland at 7:00 a. m., returning at LOCAL TIME CARD. 37 P i 33 p ra 5 P m 3 33 a ra L.&N. No. Xo no. No. 34. Train going North.. a, .$, " " " " " QUEEN south, j; tt & CRESCENT.'. Tmn 1 No. . South past Junction City a follows: No a North f .. f 13.30 pm . . ..... 81a Dm ,- - . - i Ii. I? am " " ' 4 " 6 10 " " ...600 ...3.iSm ...1.30 pm am tlUonot'Stop BakingAbsolutely - Pure A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. SOYAL BAKING POWDER 00., aoo Wall Street, Now York. For & Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, X stylish Hair Trimjor CUan Shave, go to Ctook fc Farmer's Barbor Shop. H5H3H Lm .LLLLTipa W I ni bbVsb.H t? JAW For I OBTAIN A PATENT vrorapt answer and an honest opinion,f write to M US N fc CO., who hare bad neaxlr nf tj years'a Communlea-tlonpatent COPYRIGHTS.- - experience In the business. strictly oonfldontlal. A Handbook of coDoernlna Patent and bow to obtain tbem sent free. Also a catalogue of mechanical and sdentlflo boob sent free. Patent taken through Mann tt Co. receive special notice In the Hclentiac American, and wltbare una coat-t- brought wldelr before the publicpaper,the Inventor. Thli splendid laaned weekly, eleaantly Illustrated, has by far t he larjrwt circulation of any scientific work In tba world. V3 a rear. Sample copies sent free. Onlldlnf Edition, monthly. fiM a rear. Single opl os, 'J 3 cents. livery number contains beauIn colors, and of tiful pistes. plans, enabling- photographssbownew builders to tbe fcoases, with Address latest designs and secure contracts. BROADWAY. CO, NW VOUK. 301 MUMN - I Jean B. Cattleman. A. O. Lanoass ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. T BARBEE &0ASTLEM AW MANAGERS, Commerce Building, Louisville Agents throughout the South. W. . TEIBBLI, Looal Ajfiat, STANFORD, KY. aanlFranciaco. JL World's Portland Fair Record. CHICAGO VIA iiTTiTli ,Tl l a ;TIIii3 HT'SCH1CA60TiTC(O- Wp)leOI5Vlltc",Wtv7AlB nJLLMAHSAND RUNNING ONLY LINK FROM LOUISVILLE PARLOE CABS. DINING - CARS. WRIT B: TO K. H. BACON, D. P. A.. F. J nEED. G. P. A Chicago, 111 IJultvnie, Ky. St. Paul. IF VOU ARE GOING.. Denver. HOBTH THE WEST, Louisville a Nashvii tr. 0. n. -- ;. is the line for you, a itt &OTJISVJXLE And CINCINNATI For all points. Daily Train Ifonble close connections at Make SOcLD.d HROUGHJJCKETS . ror.ylnroronouecrtnt a ", , MrOUOWN Tnv. Pan. Agent, Stanford, Ky 1 unction City Ky Arrirnt tore. "My young friend," paid the millionA Veterinarian on Homo Ancient Suporstl-tlnn- s aire, frowning, "you admit that you aro In Ilt'cartl to It. poor and you know thnt my daughter Votorinnry Snrgoon Martin Bays: is very wealthy. Would you, a pauper, "Dnrlng tho many years In whioh tbo mnrry her, knowing her to be worth n writer has beou ongaged in tho prnctico million?" "Sir," said tho young man, who was of vcterinaiy nicdicino tlicro is nothing that lias been moro forcibly brought to a person of intense resolution, "my afhis attention than tho indiffcrouco of fection is proof against such tests. I most pcuplo to tho condition of tho would mnrry your dnughtcr if Bho woro horso's mouth. Thoy scorn to think tho worth two million." Chicago Itccord. mouth uovcr becomes doranged, whon, A Hint to Tollce Captains. in fact, it is ono of tho most sensitive Judge Duffy You nro sentenced to organs of tho cquino economy. All the island for thirty dnys for being young horses coming 3 or 4 years old drunk and disorderly. Havo you anyshould huvo thuir tooth mid mouth thing to say? examined whon nny symptoms of Prisoner Well, yes; I'd like to ask tenderness aro shown in tho mouth, ns your honor a question. it is at this ago that 601110 of tho milk "What is It?" molars aro replaced by tho permnuont "I have got n wife and nine children. ones. In somo casos tho crown of tho Couldn't wo all go to tho Island togethformer is only partially tlisplnccd and er and servo out tho tlmo In a fow Rives riso to much pain and aimoyaaco days?" Texas Siftlngs. to tho horso. 1 havo seen a young liorso A Heal Savtnc. that had its throat blUtorod with Tho Lady Shopper What? Pay 3 aud was treated for distomper whon thotroublowasduo to a misplaced for a lamp llko that? It's outrageous and I won't pay it! crown of a milk molar, which, upon Tho Astute Salesman You forget, gavo instant relief. Again, in somo horsos thotructuro of tbo teotb is madam, that tho prico has been reduced of a comparatively Boft naturo and to 14.00. Tho Lady Shopper (reaching for her wears rapidly on tho grinding substances in a ragged and uneven manuor, which purse) Oh, very well, then; I'll tako It Chicago Record. Bovoroly cut aud lacorato tbo touguo and cheeks. This defect may bo oasily rcmo-die- d The Smrtll riojr's Festivity, by tho uso of tho mouth rasp, nn lie cares not for the ballroom That crown folks patronlre, instrument that may now bo found iu The small but solid itnowbalt nearly all hardware stores. To heal tho Is Just about his size. raw mirfacoa a littlo alum and borax Detroit Freo Press. dissolved in water will act effoctually. TOSITIVK EVIUKNCK. This humano method, if pursued by who own horses, will pro von t much Hufforing to tho horso and at tho samo time amply repay tho owner in tbo improved appoarauco of his animal, and in many cases provent tho loss of much food by qnidding and slobbering. A few words in regard to those- bugbears of most horso owners namely, lampas, so called, and wolf teeth. Lam- pas is supposod by most peoplo to somo mysterious power ovor a horso whereby his nppetito becomes deranged. t to catting and Thoy thoroforo burning tho poor brute's month under tho mistaken notion of curing the lam pas The writer of this has boon engaged Irate Merchant I thought you said in tho caro of horsos for 25 years and has yet to seo a horso that was affected this safe was burglar proof. Agent What more proof doyou want physically in any way by lampas, except in tho imagination of its owner It is of burglars than that? Judge. tho same with tbo so called "wolf Hreacl and Water. teoth. " Theso teeth aro tho vestigial She said: "I'm sure I love you And could bo your faithful wife, of promolar teeth that, iu tho If I lived on bread and water ancestors of tho homo, wero funcThe balanco of my life." tional, nud thoy havu hecomo through Tbe fellow know he had a snap disuso mero rudiments as it woro of And so the two were wed. lie furnishes tho water; thoir former solves. They do not, by She hustles for the bread. somo occult means, affect tho eyes of I'hlladlphla Inquirer to go blind, nor horses and causo them An Understanding. aro they responsible, as somo good Sho You must remember that ours contend, for a horso being in poor condition. Nor is it at all necessary to was a summer engagement. He That means, if you see anyone punch them out with n hammer nud you like better, you'll break it? cold chiseL "Yes." "And if I see anyone I like better " Cattle Market Last Tear. "111 sue you for breach of promise." Receipts of cattlo at tbo Chicago UnN. Y. Weekly. ion stockyards last year woro about 155,000 less than in 1803. This loss Warm Verse. 0 was ontiroly in Texans, which fell "Miss Miller writes somo pretty glowbehind. Other classes showed an ing poetry, doesn't she?" increase. Tho general average weight "Well, I'll tell you," answered tho of cattle was 1,087 pounds, which was oditor of tho Bugle. "A 1893. Owing 32 pounds heavier than in compositor in my office got hold of a to a reweighiug of canning stock by piece of her copy tho other night and speculators, this weight is a littlo lower it blistered his nose." Cincinnati Tribthan tho actual. Beef steers averaged une. highest in September and lowest in "9at Ycmr Partners I" March. Tbo general averago for this lie I know I'm a wretched dancr, class was $4.20 against $1.45 in 1803. Tho top prico of the year was $0. 60 for but was there ono figure you enjoyed steers. Cat- more than another? a bunch of Aberdeen-Angu- s She Yes, Indeed I tle averaging less than 1,350 pounds He And that was sold within 10 to 20 cents of tho top She Tho last Puck. prices tbe year round. This clearly indicates tho class of cattlo most in reInventions. quest tho "handy" steer. Wo exportod Editor It seems to me you've been 251,000 hoad, which is CO percent moro a long time grinding out this article. than in 1803, hut n few thousand short Reporter Yes. You see, I wroto tho of tho 1802 trade. Exporters have had first half of it on a typewriter and tho rather a hard row to hoo at times. Tho last half with a fountuin pen. Somer-vill-e smallor operators havo boon almost drivJournal. en out, tho big packers now handling Account Ilalanred. nearly all of this trade. The demoraliMr. Much Who gave you tho nickel, zation of British markets compelled exporters to cast about for now foroign Dickie? Dickie Sister. markets, and experimental shipments to Mr. Much For what? proved a success and established Paris Dickie Not telling you how old sho a trade which during tho past four Is. N. Y. World. months has avorngod from 500 to 800 An Ideal Profession. cattlo per week. Prices in Paris rango from $ 1 1. 50 to $ 1 4. 50 per hundred dress"Sho is studying for a profession, you ed weight Breeder's Gazette. say?" "Yes; that of a lecturer." Live Stock rolnts. "An ideal profession, I should say; at The Dorset Horn sheep as a special least for a woman. Nothing to do but producer of matured mutton is not con- Uilk.1' N. Y. Press. sidered equal to tho Dowu broods. Its Triumph. particular flold is tho production of early "Hear you settled thnt ten thousand lambs in winter. In this respect it has dollar daningo suit. Did you get us no equal. Tho big horns left on tho much as you expected?" heads of tho lamb carcasses aro consid-eic"I should say I did. They paid mo a ornamental, it is said. hundred dollars und all expenses." Chooso your specialties in livo stock Brooklyn Life. breeding and stick to them. It is host Persevering linn, to havo two or throo Bpocialtiea at ono o Cumso There is a good deal of time, so that if ono fails yon will not about Looney. bo loft Cawkci (Incredulous) What's that? In going into tho livo stock industry Ho persists In Cumso It's true. or in changing from one brnuch of it to making a fool of himself. Town another first dctormiuo carefully what Topics. nud whoro your market demand will bo A .Manifest Lie. nud act accordingly Tho nearer n fannManaging Editor What did you diser or livo stock man is to his markot, other things boing equal, tho better off charge Bluffer for? City Editor Lying. I sent him to ho will La interview Slug, the pugilist, and he reTho only animal to make mouoy from ported that Slug wouldn't tulk. Puck. in theso times is the special purpose aniIn llaby Time. mal. Benedick (3 11. 111.) My dear, can't of InhibitTho National Association ors of Livo Stock Ftruck n blow at tho you do something to quiet that child? Mrs. Benedick (wearily walking) prautico of showing barren cows nt fairs. It adopted tho following resolu- Well, 1 might hand him over to youl tion: "WotrecommeiHl thnt nil cows 5J HarpcrV Bazar. years old or ovor must havo produced n Tho fail ho of tliu Kill. calf within 12 mouths previous to tho Visiting Englishman What was it fehuw, nsovidencoof which tho cow must thnt first started the free lunuli institunitlmr ho imrsiim cnlf nt font or lin In tion in this country? milk." Mr. Manhattan I guess It must have Br crindim.' feed nt homo with n been the constant influx of so many Hinnll mill nud crusher the fanner can , hungry foreigners. Truth. savo nearly doublo tho cost of grinding IJuimin Naturo. nt tho publio mill. Tho grain somehow We modern men nro slants strong holds out hotter at homo. At framing rosolutlomi. Dut when it comes to keeping them Old boars that havo becomo weak We ure but l.iliputians breed small litters. Kansis City Journal. A HORSE'S MOUTH. Ills Opportunity. "What is tho matter, Gerald?" his horrified wife. "Tho mntter?" shouted the young doctor, timing a handspring on tho parlor carpet, dancing a jig, throwing his hat violently against tho coiling, and stamping on it ns it camo down. "Tho mntter?" ho repeated, catching her round tho waist and whirling her in a mad waltz about tho room. "Oh, nothing only my bottlo of aiititoxiuohas just got horo, I'm tho only doctor in 60 miles that ha any, and I havo n lovely case of diphtheria over iu tho noxt block!" Chicago Tribnno. Ilnvr Ho Iteaclird Her. to C. L. Carter, lledgeville, Ky MAPLE SYRU P. rfsUSiVii 111 94 MONUMENTS. GU ANITIC Two largo brick ones lor sale the principal or rent. They are on Mln Street, Mrs. M. J. M1L1.KU, bUnford. block . 75 STORE ROOMS, ami 3IAKULE. & AwL OfCcoovcr A. S. PRICJ15, SURGEON DKNTIS1 Drug JStore In the o J. KARINS CO., McKobsrts Owsley lluildtng. Stanfsik, 1 IluilJcrs from orlguiat tieiigns and best male and workmanship. Office 3(9 Third Street, Louisville, Ky. YatuandWoik Shops, Mjntprllier, Vcltnonl and Carrara. Italy. Loiigripfrlcncfi original designs; aatisfactlon go guaranti-vd. TO THE 1.ADIE3 w n JONKS. j t jonks, sicn. caro-full- y My stock of Millinery and Notions is kept constantly complete by weekly purchaics and ou can stwars find what you want I Invite you to call and tnsrect MISS LICCIK HKAZLKY. Stanford, Ky JONES BEOS,, Sole pre prictors Dean's Illtck Diaaund Paint intimates furnlsned for piinilng Wood, Metal and lion Hoofs Satisfaction Guaranteed. All roots painted with Dean's lllack Diamond Paint gunanleed for years. Dealeis In be. I cistern I'umpt and Galvanutd Iron rilttrs. 6;-l- m V TO TEE LADIES. Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Roo liui-rao- nt I desire to call your atteutlon to the fact that I am ready toseive you In Dross Making many snd alt stWs. I take the best fashion Journal and keed posted on what ladles should wear. Prices seasonable Coins in and glvs m a trial, I employ none but first class help. At present 1 can b found at Miss Cat lis Tor ter's residence on Lancaster Strict. Kespectlully, M1SSMAKY 1). SMITH, Stanford, Ky. 77-e- THE RILEY K. U. RIL.KY, HOUSE' Kentucky. d. Proprlotor, London, - - - J. B. HIGGINS, ......Dealers n....... I have moved to my new Hotel. and am beltai iiepared than ever to accommoJste the public Jood Livery attached and every convenience Give calL .. All Kinds Stanford, t Ak I Light of my life I of Coal. Kv. II. II. KINO. O. U. PR I' ITT. KING & PRUITT, Big Line of -- . poo-pl- o . flS1 j i r- !Eh',4J T. K I A Treat Foi The LiuIIch. ' Miss Moors will arrive October lit, with everything th- -t is new and nubby in the way of OVERCOATS AT COST. ....m..We are Agents for........ i"rf3sMK- l- - & IV -I -- - 2TH, f-- al I'll '( Pleats call and examine my stock before buy Inc. .t7p1lcts shall be the lowest. Thanking you for past favors, ropeclfully, KATK DUUDkKAK, Manai(er. OLIVER . : .. CHILLED .And hate a : PLOWS, l'ull Line of General Merchandise, At lower pilces than ever. The Myers House. P.JW. CKEKN, Proprietot. I and see us All lor Cash. A Cat pos-bOR- .s KING PRUITT, ros-or- WLife '"..J'TWMift, JFJZZEn V'. til U IJL.( V V Morvlaod, Ky. s "" zr j5ai2r5 1141 Stanford, : : : Kentucky. FIRST NATIONAL BANK alien-'-'swe- I am still running this Hotel and ll will continue to give my guests the politest as thebsit the mtrkct aflurds. OF STANFORD. KV. Special Attention to the Traveling Public. (Sings) Capital Stock Surplus - 9200,000 21,300 ro-mo- I would "If I had tho wings of a dovo, "-- Jzmm psoitis! -! : r poo-pl- o St"i;j.,3 r . . iJrv32 286,-00- Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest. and (juiciest between Attention of ths public is inrltcd to the fa t that this Is ths only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of th: National Hank are secured not only by th. capital stock, but by the ttockholdcrs1 liability lor la amount equal to the stock, ao that depositors ol 11K8T LINE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. this institution ar. secured by a fund of S,oo,oo. rivs sworn statements of theconditwn of th. bank are made each yearto the Uultcd States fov.ra-meAll lints Irom the South inak diiect connecand lis assets are esamlned at staled times tions in Central Unlsn Station, CinclnDaU, with through trains ol the "HI Kout" to C'hkico. St by government agents, thus scutiug aJJititona and peifect safety to depositors. Louis, Indianapolis, Colurnfeus. Clctelana New This institution, originally established as the York and lloston. For lull Infotnution call on Deposit Hank of Stanford la iljl, then nearest agi nt or address lied as ths National Hank ol Stanford ID iS4j and the 1'lrst National Hank ol again II sure jour ticket read via "Uir Vour." Sunlord in i&ls, has had practically an uninterX. O. McCOHMACK. D. II. MARTIN, rupted silstenceol t years, It li better supplied Paas. Traffic Mangr. Cn. Pass and Tkt. Agt. now with lacllitie. for transactinK busiaesi prompt Cincinnati, O. ly and liberally than ever before la it long snd honorable career. Accounta of corporations, fiduciaries, nrtas and Individuals reip.ctlully toileted, Ths Duectory ol this llank is composed ol Korestus Kmd, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; Only Dirrc Line between J II. Collier, Lincoln; Big : Four : Route. nt as Ky. Midland XVy, J, W.lleydeo, Stanford; S.ll. flaughmaa, l.mcolu; Hocker Staoford; Trlbble, SUnlord; H. I). Klinorc, SUnford; T. P. Hill.Slaaford. K. L. Tanncr,'McKinney; M.J Miller. ML. Veroca-- J S.llocksr, President; Joisa J, McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. McKipx.r. Assistant Cast-let- . J.H. ncar-slghtc- d If fly to tho arms of my lovo. " . 't ' Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Oarlislo, MuyBvillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Oovlnjrton. T HA IN a k. A W. A. " 7 Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time TabU Dec. 30, . K ST. A - -T 1 r 1 vlhh j Lvs Pranklort No. t. No j. No. 5 No. 7. a. m. p. ta. a. m. p. ra 4 IS jo 700 7 tS 7 47 " tieorgetownU. Arr. C. S. Depot 7 js " Paris C... . jo " Stamping O round 7" J9 J JJ 4 joo J" a 40 8J1 oj 9 1000 10 9JO 4 40 5 S S4S Farmers BanMTrnst Co OF STANFORD, KV., Is bow fully orgsaiscd and ready for business with i So Labor-Bavin- s; fMkO tf r- ' f-- i r- -r -- L.n 1 ijI "?;' i.-- TRAINS WEST. No. s. No. 4. a. nt. p m. Lve Paris ...,C....., 9 45 " C. S. Depot -- 10 37 " Georgetown H 10 40 " Stsmp'g Ground 10 o " Elkhoto ......... ..11 16 3 3 6 41 No. a. m No. S- - Paid up Capital of IS 30 u3 1 03 1 40 00 - 6 4J 7 03 7 so 7 JS 54S 4S 7 lorplns, . $200,000. 'A 000. " 0 17 W--l that for a kick?" "Say, Towger, what do you think Truih. J. : T. : STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLEKENTUGKY. coln and Casey Counties. SUCCISSOU toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL $ UANK OK STANFORD, Lcav Frankfort 8:30 a.m. ; arrive at Leaiugton 0:45 a ro. Nose closing up) with th. mi assets and uod.i Leave Frankfort 7 a m.j arrive Cincinnati at the same management. 10:101 in. By provisions of Its chiller, depositors arc si Leave Frankfort 1:30 p. m.; arrive Cincinnati fully prelected as aie depositors In National tut p. m. Banks, iu shareholders being held Individually SUNDAY TRAINS. liaole ts the citcnt of the amount of their stock WasT Leave Georgetown 10:37 A. M.; arrive therein at the par value thereof, in addition to th amount invested In such shares. It may act as at Frankfort 11:30 A. M. CEast Leave Franklort 3:3) P. !.; arrive at secutor, sdinimitratur, trustee, Ac, as fully as an individual, Georgetown 3:15 P. M. To those who entrusted their buliincst to ui bLeave Frankfort a 30 p. m ; arrive Cincinnati while mnaglng th. Lincoln National Hank )l toss p. m. Leave Cincinnati 7:30 a. m,; arrive Frankfort Stanford, we we heie lender our many thanki an of 1!)0 a m. truit tbey will contlnire to transact their buiineai The Kentucky Midland Railwayand conuec-tion- s with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt atten(arm the shortest and cheapest routs to all tion to Sam,,, our twenty years' eipctieace Is banking andai liberal accouimodations as are con. points South, Bast, North, and West. sisteat Tviib sound banking. xKor further information apply to their agents. C. D. IIKKCAW, Gen. Pass. AkcM. niHECTont: . GEO. II. HARPER, Hec'rA Gen Supt Frankfort, Ky. WillUms, Ml. Vercon; J rr FiankftrtA 30 I 1 J. . d Offers hti icrvicei to the people ol Wctt LinFull stock sf ColCnt and Catbpts ainayi on hand, D, S. CarpenUr, Managr. 95 NORFOLK AND II. Shinks, Stanford; J. S. Owsley, SUnlord; S J, Finbiy, Stanford; J II Siinfarl; ey, J F. Casri, Stenford. J. H. B AX.T.OXT, M. D., WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL POINTS: SOLD TO William Gooch, Stanford; A W, Carpenter, MIHelf.villi W, II. Uiimiuius, Prctcliorsvill S. II Mania, Prislru t, I)r J II. Owsley, Cashisr, W. M llf.Rht, Telle perse-veranc- Physician and Surgeon, Stanford, - - Kentucky. Office in Ittcl llu.ldirRnear Methodist church, residence with Kid. Joseph llillou, oa Danville 83 Pike, until further notice. DE, W. B. PSITIT'Sr, Dentist, Stanford, mUm Ky. OfTice on Main frmt'-22M&j& OHIO, INDIANA, ILLIHOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, g WEST, H0RTH-WE5- T, S0UTH-WE- S1 MQmm Superb i Street Opposite tlio I'ost-Olfi- FIRST CLASS, SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. -- W. S. BXJKCH, Attorney at Law, THE REST ROUTE TO THE- -- NORTH AND EAST. 'ULLWAH VESTIBUUP COACHES, Court-Home. Vestibuled Trains I Stanford, Office on - - Kentucky, Laocattcr Street, opposite the Colkctions rece.ve especial atttntlim. Bi SLEEPINO AND OININO CARS' To Lexington, Chattanooga, Ulrmlnsliam, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon and JackSEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE sonville. FROM CINCINNATI VDRFOLKWESTERN RA.LROAE CHEAPEST, DEST AND RAW FUES. Highest prices pilJ. Send for pilce current. Tne A. K lUrlchardt Co, Exporliri aai4.Manu facturen, Cincinnati, Ohio. QUICKEST LINE. Descrlpt! Wrlto for llatcs, Mnic, 'nmphlcts, to any Station Agent, or to Tltnc-Tnblc- f.'lrwatrr4t. ttinsoEi' vi. W. B. PEVILt, ALLEN HULL, M. Dl, l'-- .n, r Aft. Traulln I'M., f. BRAQQ, itoi.Miae.va. ig I Through Slccptn Cars to Birmingham, Albany. Knoejvllle, Ashevllle, Jackson, Vlcksburg- and fthreveport. Tlifough Tourist Sleeper, Cincinnati to Los Angeles nnd 5an Francisco every Thursday. Direct Route to the 5outhwct via New Orleans or via Shreveport. 3 DAILY TRAINS TO CHATTANOOGA Send for Literatura and Time Tables. - i kjl,2- 'iu.