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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895030101 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. -- 47 " t irwn oni i j nnrw r Semi-WeeklVOL.XXIIT. The Baptist Meeting. Tlio mcctiiiK nt tho Hnptlst church Stanford, cloaed Wednesday niK'it with GO conversions, So of whom joined tho Baptist church and 21 Iho various other chuichera. TIiito wero 4 restorations. Incalculable Rood Is tho result ol tho In bors of Uov. Dr. Boyot and tho faithful pastor. Hey. A. V Siz'tnoru, sinro all of tho luiinonao crowds that attended woro boneflted, even thoao that were present through curiosity. Dr. Boyct is a flno preacher, with ft soul brimfull of tho love of Uod, and wlrtlo his sermons are for tho most part plain, convincing and y Interior Journa STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1895. DRODHEAD Miss ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. fa Sfc NO.l -- WIDDLEBURO, CASEY UQUNTY. ' 4" 3 WE AREThe streams aro clear ot Ice but tho Tho ico has gone out of tho rivtr eiuk. SHOW in Rt it nlatnlv ..Ull.t,. nn U, and our mills have started again. Mr. U. S. Martin has started up his hereabout, Tho young ladles of the Academytobacco factory hero natn and it will -- Kuhen SUton has bouRht of tho gave a calisthenics uriu insit m fiat, uii xuesuay uv-- j Blvo employment to n Brm ,nnny idlo heirs tin, fun., nf w. - .1....1 . ening. oncB jnnd lifts moved to it. Judge J. It. Sampson came down -- Tho writer received a V, P. Keenov linn, n.l.ln.l messaKB from rnprlrn., from Middlcflboro Wednesday lo spend a . wi,... run iv m a f t i. "" 'u ""Uware, & to hia line of lurnituro few days with friends here. l""' . .... ,' , , " ., UWK. For the Spring trade and arc full to the brim of all new things at ...... iu iHu mo inninuHrs 01 Hrnu-- . and hs n tir.it I. r (..II air,... til... ..! If Tho scarlet fever ecaro Is about over the lowest and most popular prices ever made. Those head lodgo to the homo of Mr. D. N i -- J. II. It.ila who need ,,.. M,... and our Bchools opened up as UBUnl Monw. Cre?s and assist that lodg iu his burial.' for cirryinis Covers, Portierrs, Table Linens, Towels, Nap. tho mill from Yn...nli . v day. There are no new cases nnd the old Lace Curtains, Table t wUHflBw f ..if l.n .'10 ii. o. .udrun, who was con this place at J 10 per year, or about 12 jc ones are recovering. kins, or Drapery Goods of any kind, cannot miss it by coming to usl voh'scenl, has been quito ill since, but is per day. On last Friday night just after the Or if you want Ladies' Jersey or Muslin Underwear or Hosiery, or Improving somo at present. Mrs. J. J. Wo regretted very much to hoar of literary society adjourned at the Acadeirrefutable, he at Intervals Involuntarily Handkerchiefs we are the parties from whom to buy. We perfectly Smith has been on tho sick list for n fow the sudden death of Prof. J. V. Smith at my, somo boys were fooling with a pistol, Gloves, or roachod an oratorical climax weeks, but is thought to bu butter now. Crab Orchard Doubtless many teachers when it went off and shot James Gilreath call especial attention to our beautiful. Ho is filled with a burning Kuv. 8. Collyer filled bis pulpit at remember his kindness to them in 1890, through desire to do good to others, and in so tho thigh, inflicting a very ser Is bordering tho path of life with tho the Christian church Sunday morning when h member of the board of examious wound, but the doctors think he Mowers of iovo an example worthy of and night and Mrs. Thomas Cherry Baya iners for Lincoln county. will get well and that possibly they will Constable J. V. McWhorter arrest- be ablo to save his leg. emulation. Mr. Beville, who travels ho preached tho best sermon Sunday night ho over delivered in that church. ed John Ellis last week, charged with Monday evening the young people with him, understands muslo. thoroughly and made many friends here, who If so ho must have boon full of theology, knocking down and otherwise brutally of tho town gathered at tho home of the will ever romember him. Much credit for we havo heard him preach some vary treating his auut, Mrs. ' Betty Knight. Misses O'Mara and spent a very pleasant John is a "bad man from Bitter Creek" evening. Everyono is glad when an op- And out suits made to order. We are offering the best fitting garfor tho good singing is attributable to flan sermons. r it M. u. (i. it values ever offered for the money. Young and wuo lived near wlieu confronted by a woman. Ho has portunity is presented to them of spend ments and the .'no. urjurr, tho splendid organist. The revival ing an evening at the home of these old cannot make a mistake by buying from us. properly to be closed, Qreon Hill, died Monday night and was beeu known to stand off two at onco. should not be said We ask the privilege The Didactic Literary Society at e young ladles as they always have a way but It should last Sfij days during each burled at Oak Hill Cemetery. Bro. Piko of trying these goods on any customer and letting him decide for him-- , Wash Institute discussed a few of making overyono enjoy themselves year that Is to follow. Etch momber olllciatcd at the burial. Old Br0. Henry self. Our Shoe Stock is first class in every department Is left In a fad and lonely condition, not nights ago the question, "Resolved that while at their home. Lidies' Bus- should now bo a self appointed missionn child nor any one to comfort him in the Negro should bo Oolonlzad." If the kins from 60c to $3 and the best Ladies Gondola ever offered for ary to scatter seeds of kindness, encourMr. L. Weisner is sick of pneumonia age each other and everybody in every his home; but ho is a man of God and Didactics, or boiho other kind of tickp, and it is feared he will not recover. Hon. Si. 25. Don't fail to call on us. possible way, und as a united band has tho good will and sympathy of all could euacta law to send them to h , C. W. Lester Is at Albany attending court Hayli, Hindoo or boiuo other far off this week. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Slier should strive with renowed zeal and who know him. Mr. Jack Owens, son of Marshal couutry, it would relievo this country entertained tho literary society of the vigor for tho uplifting and elevation of Institute last Thuraeay evening, Mifs mankind. They should now more thnn and Nancy J. 0 Arena, who Hvo near of a burdeu grievous to bo borne. There was a wedding in thfe section Smith, of Ohio, who has been visiting ever before feel duly bound to till trio Maretsburg, died on the 25th, of pneuhours with kind words, the days with monia after an illness of a week or ten lately and tho groom promised to deliv- her brothers here, has gone on an exgineroua uceus and Invo a Christian days. Ho was a ood boy and was taken er a couple of load of wood to the tended visit to Florida, Ho was about proacher who tied tho knot. The wood Last Saturday night the shoe shop of lovo and a desire to accomplish good an away very unexpectedly. 21 and a momber of Freedom church. has not showed up yet and the parson Ilenry Uhl was broken open and eight boundless as tho shores of time. Not half the members of this church know Hro. Piko was to preach tho funeral bos refused to return a certificate of the pairs of shoos taken. The thief effected tho other half; not a half dorm mem Thursday at Freedom, after which he marriage to the clerk's ollice until the an entrauco by cutting the panel out of wood is delivered. What good tho with- the door. Suspicion pointed to a negro bers know every oi.o of the other 35'J, if will bo buried iu Roberta Cemetery. Mr. J McOhord, of Ohio, who has holding ol the certificate can do, we can who had been loaGng around here for indeed a bIujjIw one knows them all. We can not properly lovo those we do not been visiting hia uncle, J. W. Moore, for not see. The bride aud groom are en- several days and search was mado for three months, concluded not to go joying a blissful honoymoou aud are not him, but ho waa gone. On Monday a personally know, and therefore the conclusion is that there will be more back home alone, but to take a wife with caring a continental what becomes of the negro was arrested with a pair of the shoes in his possession, but claimed he fellowship in tho church if acquaintance him, bo last Thursday ho married Miss papers that authorized them to do so. bought them from tho negro suspected is sought, which is an imperative duty Clara Lear, tho sweet little daughter of HUSTONYILLE. at one of the mines aud told where they that should bo neglected no longer. Tho J. M. Lear, who lives in tho 0.ik Hill mombers may be strangea when they neighborhood. Uro. Pike performed the The farmers about here aro prepar- would fiud him. Marshal Sutton left im mediately iu search of him, but has not finally reach Heaven unless thoy know ceremony. They left on the train that ing to cultivate a great deal of tobacco. each other here. Live for self, you hvo night for their new homo In Ohio. We We don't hear much talk ot free returned at present writing. Mr. Uhl is a poor man nnd not able to bear such in vain. Look after tho new converts all felt regret In giving up Miss Clara, turnpikes about here. It seems that lessee. and the members generally, and should and all who know her join in wishing Is very well satisfied. erring ones be found, weep over them her a happy future. Brown is on the eick list sinco Dr. General Hardin's Interview. -- The roof of FrithBrofl.'store building and. take them to the Lord in prayer. his return from Cincinnati, where ho Geueral Hardin has an interview in the SEE The Lord God omnipotent reigneth, and that is occupied by Mr. A. E. Albright went last week to see Mrs. Hayden. Mr. Courier Journal of Saturday, February caught flro Tuesday morning. Jho store may He in His luflnlto wisdom and Sam Brown Is, bIbo, very low at present. 23. Most of it Beems to have been careo and hotel buildings goodness deal gently with uuy nud all room, the Is fully written out by General Hardin and aro all Joined together. The firo wsb It thought that he has consumption. members who can bravo the chilling A good many people from McKin-ne- y copied from the Cincinnati Enquirer. subdued just in tlmo to save all of these blasts of winter, day in and day out, to We will notice only two or three points were over to hear 0. 0. Oline. Miss buildings and it is thought tho depot get in the best companies. Farmers can save money attend h ''big ineetiug," and can not find Sarah Curtis, the young matron of Cald which he makes. The General claimp, If you want to would have burned if the othor buildby seeing him. time nor havo tho inclination to occaCollege, Danville, spent a few days "I was never directly, or indirectly, In ings had not been savod. I think the in- well sionally attend the weekly prayer meetamong friends. Mist Beufah Yanaradale, the employ of any corporation, as attor agent here had three or four ings, even in seasons when the sweot surance agent, Instrument or lobbyist during FIVE REASONS WHY men lo call on him beforo night. Mr. her protege, was also here. Mr. Samuel ney, perfumes oi fragrant flowers aro wafted frisk, accompanied by Mr. Robert Por- my term of oilice, before nor since." The John Frith asks us to say to all the good i to them by the balmy zephyrs. (Jlmrch General, so far as we are aware, has not Ie people who arslstod bo willingly and no- ter, came over io spend the 22d, rnembors should wako up, stay awnke, Prof. C. 0. Cline'a, lectures, delivered been charged with anything of tho sort. mM it bly that he feels gratoful io them for mx lovo, Watch and pray should do noble The great corporations employ the best at the Christian church, were largely attheir kindness. things, not dream thorn all day long, and tended, and considerable interest seemed legal talent. It seems that the record thus mike life, doath and that vast forto bo manifested' His "Roinanlam Un- that the General made as Attorney GenOF A LOCAL MATURE. ever ono grand, aweet song. to many. In eral, during the 13 years of bis incummasked" was an -- George W. Coulter, Hllledgevllle. connection Uo told of the A. P. A which bency of that office, has not given him J6 F. Watxiis. has been granted a pension. cbnelsta of two and one half millions ol any employment to speak of from priThe cotlin of Paul Jonm, tho dead Hev. J. B. Sweet, who stole postofllce people arrayed against tho Catholic vate individuals, much less from corpox millionaire distiller at Louisville is said funds at Binnock, Wayne county, got church, and distributed cards of the A. rations. What was really charged wea to bo the most costly except one, that throe years in tho U. S. court at Louis- P. A. I wish to thank my many friends and patrons for their very liberal without going into particulars, or details was over madoln the United States. ville. I am now in position to sell goods cheaper than any of corporations which are political- patronage. At a meeting of the bar of Lincoln that tho The knobs and handles are of solid It devolopesthat Edward Kollar was I. Because I have no rent to pay cither for busily aggressive, and, which to a greater or my competitors. gold, very large and heavy, and ar- poisoned at Middlesboro. Chesnoy and county, Kentucky, held in the circui-cou- less extent, try to dominate clerks 3. I have 2. I keep no and control ness house or dwelling. room in Stanford, on the 20th day tistically chased, as is also an Immense Mart Wilson aro In jail charged with tho State politics havo warmly supported him to pay no city tax tor water ana ngtus. 4. 1 pay casn tor all ot my of Feb. 1895, W. H. Miller, having been solid gold plate on the lid. The casket in murder. 5. I will selected as chairman and J. B. Paxtou as in the pait, and they are still support goods and give the trade the benefit of the big discounts of solid red cedar, with a covering of the Tne Harrodsburg Sayings goea on secretary, the following preamble and ing him; not that they wanted him for sell for cash, or 30 days only to responsible people, and will lose no finest Imported broadcloth. Tho lining record before tho world in instant conan attorney, agont or lobbyist, but that bad debts, and need no extra clerk to itemize long accounts. These ia copper, with oxidized silver strips at demnation of the criino and the decision resolutions, on motion of W. Q. Welch, they wanted him to be Governor. are my terms and I cannot change them under any circumstances. To seconded by J. W. Alcorn, wero unanitho four corners. Thocoflln ia overCJ of the 12 men in the Vanarsdall case. As to the suits instituted (by General convince one and all examine these prices. mously adopted: feet long. John W. Showaltor, of Chicago, has Whkhkas, Judgo W. 0. Hansford and Hardin for the collection of railroad taxes Baker's Flour, Si. 50 per 100, best green CofGROCERIES. 10 years of encumbency, Miss been nominated for United States CirAfter W. B. Hansford, havo lately remov- as a matter of course, as Attorney Gen- fee 23 c, Arbuckles22jC, Granulated Sugar 22 lbs for $1, special Todd, cousin of Mrs. Abraham Li r coin, cuit Judge iu tho Seventh district. Ho ed to Clay county, Kentucky, with the eral, he brought them, but tho General prices in barrel lots, good green coffee 20c, black pepper I ic, raisins, has been displaced aa postmastor of ia a native of Marlon county, Kentucky. intention of making their home and does not tell who in reality prosecuted figs and prunes Best corn and tomatoes 3 cans for 25c, and and MisaDettie Moore appointed. The presidents of several turnpike practicing their profession in Manchester, them who wrote tho briefs land made other bargains in the same line. Kairis fell in Nebraska, breaking a companies in Jessamine county have the arguments? nnd who received the BOOTS AND SHOES. Mens' heavy boot $2, former price S3. 50, drouth that had continuod for n year In bdon lined 10 nnd costs for filling to in said county, bo it resolved: 1. Both these gentleman, the father extra fees paid by the State? A Rood one lor St. as, heivy plow shoet 75c, the best one made lot $1.13. Mens fine shots, lace and some places. make tho detailed financial statement aud the son, being natives of As to the Tate matter! the General thi9 counCon;resi, l$i,5i as, St 50 and Jt lormar price $1.50, fj, Jj 50 and Jj.s1). La Hot' KIJ, patent tip, $1. now required by law. again makes a man of straw nnd knocks A first class ladles kid shoe on all different lasts st $1.3;, that other merchants are selling at $2. ty aud having lived here all their lives Tho other day, Senator Chandler wob Robert M, Jackson, enshier of tho aro l will close out my present stocic ot. clothing reto the bar and to the peo him down. What has been really charg CLOlHlINiLr. making a speech on a dull subject, First National Bank of London, and plo of this community, and wo cheerful- ed agaiust him, bo fur as we are aware, gardless or cost. I only mention a lew to show how cheap thoy are. A good black wool cheviot suit when Mr. Allen aroso and motioned lets in stock Green Deuham, postmaster at Williams ly bear our testimony to tho effect Heavy, that was tliHt there wero suspicious circum- lor men at $3 9j. them. A agoad oM casiim;re pin's at J, in lict anytlinj birgtins at havo monty than apologetically to him, who paused in I lonjj Overoat for j. You must see the tc properly you ever bonght burg, who havo been hero on official Judge Hansford is a reliablo and faithful stances for him to explain, however his remarks to hear what tho Nebraska , appreciate them. buslnes?, returned to Kontucky this eve- attorney, a he might '.bo, whoso discussion, inim of flue abilities aud n Senator had to say. DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS at such marvelous reductions that ning. Washington Cor. Courier Journal. wero he the nominee, would put tho citizen of tho highest character, nnd that "Will tho Senator bIIow mo to InterIndigos, blacks ThomnB Davis and Jesse Taylor, of party on the defensive, viz: Among oth- it seems almost Impossible. I can only mention a lew, All calicoes at 4c including and W. B. Hansford ia a young lawyer of Henriettas, rupt him to make a motion?" asked Stinking Creek, aro and mournings. Masonville anu Lomdale bleach cott'.ns at 7c. Alt wool cassinikres under arrest at Bar- - great natural talent and of unusual er things his failure to suo Hewitt and 40 inches wide, at 35c. 4 spaolt of Clark's thread for 15c, anil a tliousin things I haven't space to Senator Allen. bDiuville, charged with murdering Lem promise. Wo regret the severance of his securities after he (Hewitt) had mention Goads were never sold as low as I will sell them. Kemuulisr my terms aro CASH, or the "Certainly," said Mr. Chandler. llamecker, a bw mill hand, whom thoy that Tate's defalcation was carried limit to responsible people Is;jodiys. All account nr J now ast due ond thjio iadehtod to mo will their past pleasant rotations with this e Clothing lowonhandat grcatU reduced "Then I move," said Mr. Allen "that decoyed from homo nnd cut to death, bar, nnd heartily commend them to the from one yeur to tho,' succeeding one by nleato settle at ouce. 3My spring sainplet of JAMES FRVE, Huitoovllle, Ky. pflecSi tho Senato do now adjourn." mutilating the body so as to make it inexcusable neglect iu settling y confldonco of the community in which his Tate's hooka instead of, his o vn, thi b 'It seems to mo maw has a mighty eathey have cast their lot. A dispatch from Middlesboro Bays surrendering one of the two resources of g sy tlmo," sniffed Johnny, who was '2. Thai the Intkriok Journal of Stan- .HERE IS THE LEADER !. that Win, Zrtick, a painter, asked Mrs- be requested to publish these proceed- thoStato in the collection of thejamount enow off tho sidownlka in tho back yard for tho third timo since breakfast. Heath's permission to take her daughter ings nnd that the uame be spread upon owed. Also the fact that a short litre "She hain't nothing to do but stay In tho riding. She replied with two shots from thumhiutesof tho circuit court for Lin- before Tate nbsconded, ho settled with Geueral Hardin by tholnttor glviug him housrf all day and doctor her neuralgy." n revolver, which fortunately did not coln county. tako effect. Mrs. Heath is said to be his due hill for something over 0 in m TwaJ.ivet Saod. proiuiuuul in DOcial ttiul religious circles. full of all privuto transactions between A Qurvrtor Oontury Tost. For a quarter ol a century Ur, King's New Dis them. Tnese nro a few of j,tho matters Mn l'hoebe Thomas, of Junction City, 111., wa told bv her iloctori tho aa consumption and tlia covery has been tested and the millions who have . It May Do na Much for You that tho Genoral should explain nnd wo there 'w nn hope for her, lint two imlci of ur received benefit from its ute testily to its wonderMr Fred Miller ol Irving, III, writes that he ful curative powers iu all disuaiet of the Throat, Klnc'i New Diicovcrr completely cured her and her life Mr. 1 hoi.. lgcr, n; had a Severe Kldnoy triiiM fnr mtiy ye"r, Chest and Lunat, A remedy that has stood the hope that he may do it 6atisfHctorr. If .. ..H saved .. . :. . with severe pains in hia back and alto that his test so long and that has given so universal satis- the General is to be the nominee of Klnriila ht . Sin Kriincuco. uliereu irom a ilreaui the iiiumptlon, tried without bladder was affected Me tried many s) called faction is 110 experiment. Each bottle is positivelul cold, approaching rpxult evcrvlhlnir cite then bought one bottle ol KldneA cures but without any cool result. About ly guaranteed to give relief or the money will be party, it is a pity for thepiirty, that in a year hl'S he bean use ol Ktectilc Hitters and reiunded. It it admitted to be tho most reliable Dr. Kinc't New Ditiovery and In two wceki wa n cured. Ho li naturally thankiui. Hit tucn re found relief at once l'.lectric Ulttert it especially for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottles free at A. It. clone and warm Unlit like the ono ahead f MSSSMMSMBJPSf y ' suits of which thenc are sample, that provo the adapted to euro ot all Kidney and Liver troubles l'ouny't drug store. I.argesize joe of us, that ho will havo so many thinpa of thlt luedlcfno in couehiand and often gives almost instant relief One trial unn.Urfut to explain. Iu fact tho republicans, in colds. Free trial bottles at A. R. l'ennj't Dtag will prove our statement- - Trice only 50c. lor Mr, J, A. Scriven, a prominent manufacturer of argo bottles At A. Penny's Drug Store. Store. Regular site 50c ana i. iS Kast 15th street, New York City, purchased a the final fight beforo ttie people, will bo The Vulcan JChilled Plow. Over ioo now in use in Lincoln county tottlo 01 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy from insisting on explanations than Carlton Cornwell, foreman of the Garotte, druggist If, 11. Laue, Tcekskill, N. Y. Much good far more Bucklln'B Arnica Salvo. It has no eqaul. Costs less to N. J .belle vet that Chamberlain's Ceugh all of them giving satisfaction. followed lta sent back to Mr. for cult, brumes, The hot salve in the woild sores, tetter, chap- Kimedy should be In every home. lie used It for resultsfor two bottles us that hothe time remedy wo democrats in making the nomination. and more of I.ano a Old and It effectod a speedy euro. He says "It scret, ulcert, salt rheum, fever Paris Kentuckian Oiifzn. keep it in repair and uoes the work better than any plow made. Ihotn who give ped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. is iudeed a (rand remedy; I can recommend It to satisfied with any this medicine ain trial are seldom need of other when no pay repuired. It is It positively cure piles, or satisfaction or money all I have teen ituted lor whooplnj cough with preparation. It it unequalled for cough and such a colds. guaranteed to give perfect the best results.' 95 and 50 cent bottles. At Poabody, Kuua.10, s30,COO loua For sale by Ur, b, G. Horker, druggltt,.Stau refunded, Pncw as cents per box I'or tale by Kor talc by lr. S. U. llocker, druggist, Stan-- f wnssuflercd by lire. ford. A. K. Penny, Stanford, Ky. rt . Juunlo It'jy nolds reported - WILLIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. I.l. - 1 n.- Now JReady ! "' it . -- -. , . , rf n- - I .vaIa - 1 17 do-h- Gent', Youth's and Boy's Clothing. bet Ja-ni- HUGHES & TATE. log-le- al Withers &, Hooker. dy FOR INSURANCE THAT INSURES, post-ofllc- Kirby, The Insurance Man, JAKB8 . teB CtG!' etc w HUSTONVIIXE, KV. eye-opene- r Dan M Goods Cheaper Elian OHiera. high-priced at rt Iv-q- ., Cya-thian- n, 80 well-know- n 1 in-no- I tep-tifi- ed tailor-Jiak- 1 Bhov-elin- - j ki-0- 11 tr-- - rs - Sry'SSfc, . 'c A - n, U1 W. H. WEAREN & CO. .1 r $EMi-Mtef- W Interior Journal SrA.vFoiiD.Ki'., - March J, 18 W. P. WALTON. Tub prohibiliou couveution at ville wna not large ly attended, Louisen- but what it lncked in numbers it made up in thusiasm. A full Suto ticket was nominated. Rev.T. B. Detnaree, who made such a poor race against Gov. McCreary for Congress, was nominated for Rover nor; Crit Hughes, oi Bowling Green, for lieutenant governor; II. B. Asbury, of Augusta, treasurer; John M. Kigsdale, of McCracken, auditor; S. E. Simpson, of LaRue, register of the land office; J. B. Finnell, of Georgetown, Will Owens' law partner, attorney general; Mrs. Frances 13. Beauchamp, of Lexington, secretary of State; Mrs. Josephine K. Uenry, for superintendent of public instruction; S. B. Welden, of Oritten den, commissioner of labor and statistics and II S, Eiatin, of Henderson, for U. S. Senator. It was the senso of tho meetof Woodford, Tjik intolerance of tho Catholics was In n most riotous manner at ba- ohm ' v.mnnh. Monday night. An ox ono Slattery, had advertised to priest, lecture in Masonic Temple and was proceeding to expoao tho practices of tho holy fathers, when a mob estimated at to 5,000 attacked the brilding, broko the windows and attempted to force an entrance. Tho polico was poworless and 10 companies of Boldiers tmd to bo callod out. Tnoy charged the mob with bayonets and dually succeeded in quieting it, but not until several buildings wero wrecked. It is a very bad state of affairs, when church people, attempt to over-rid- e the Uw and produce chaos and disorder. n.. 3,-0- VTr i h s blockade railroad Heavy traffic in the fur West. Four studeuts were expelled from Kentucky University for loafing around billiard rooms. Judge W. E. Russell was fined one cent at Lebanon for using his horsewhip on a colored girl. Isaac Farley, of Sergent, shot hia head off because his daughter ran away and married a man he disliked. The signature of the Governor is all that is now needed to make the bill prohibiting gambling in Montana a Jaw. Senator Gorman, in hia Bpeech, accused Secretary Carlisle of sending' misleading financial statements to Congress. At Charlestown, Vf. Va., a jury promptly acquitted little Cordelia Hill, who killed her father in defense of her mother. -- Chicago suffered a loss of 1000,000 by fire. There was a panic in a candy fac tory and four children were probably fatally hurt. The Ferris wheel will remain a permanent institution at Chicago and a Thb career of Hon. David Grant Col- - building devoted to amusements will be son, who will next week become erected around it. the member of Congress from the 11th Mrs. Andrew Knotts, of El wood, Kentucky district, shows what a man s Ind., put too much cover on her can do who is born with brains and pos old child and the littlo thing sessed of worthy ambition. Born a smothered to death. few days before the capture of Fort Labor organizations in New York, Sutnpter in 1801, which precipitated the representing 110,000 voters, are prepar bloody conflict of four years, mr. ing to petition the Legislature for more is not yet 34 and yet he has had hon liberal Sunday laws. ora which come to but few in a life time-HiAtlanta negroes held a meeting that birth-plac- e was on Yellow Creek, created a BonBntion. The whites were where Middlesboro now stands. After and Fred Douglas lauded ss securing a good education at the acade- denounced, ranking next to the Savior. mies ntTazowell and Mossy Creok, Tenn. According to Caron'a 1S95 City Dihe taught school a while and read law' rectory, Louisvillo has a population of aftor wards taking a course in law at Ken. is increase of only tucky University. In 18S2 he was ap- 202.9GS. Ttiia an over last year's showing. pointed special examiner in tho pension Goodloe Combs, of Clay City, muBt bureau at Washington, where he remainspend tho remainder of bis life in the ed till 1SS7, when he returned to Kenpart in the conspirtucky and in the same year was elected peniteutiary for his acy to murder John Rose in 18S9. to the Legislature, where he soou made Hon. W. O. Owens says that by the his mark. Ho was his party's nomineo in 18S9 and mide a time all tho frauds practiced against him for Stato treasurer most creditable race. He resigned this last November are exposed his mr.jority to dispute. week tho mayoralty of Middlesboro, will bo too big for anybody There are indications that the Legto which he was elected for four years, to take his seat in the 54th Congress, for islative Committee will throw out the which he received more votes than his vote of seven districts in Tennessee. two competitors combined. Mr. Colson Such action will bo in Turnoy's favor. Minnie Myers, a negrees, has Bued is a man of many excellent and lovable the L. & N. for 125.000 at Cincinnati, for republitraits of character and if ha is a can, we like to sound tho praises of a making her go into a Jim Crow cart man whose course his been upward and when Bhe crossed over to the Kentucky side. onward and who is de3tinod to enjoy James Caldwell, agid 70, committed even greater honors. Truly indeed is suicide at Shurpsburg by cutting his David Grant Colson a self made man and throat with a razor. He had locked hima well made one at that. self in a room and his body was stiff and cold when found. n Judge Tonkv can not oeek a full In Daviess county, while Amos of his claims at the polls, A now engagto Goodwin and John Gatton were statute provides that a person elected ing in a boxing match, Goodwin lost hia one office fn Kentucky can not be a cantemper and shot Gatton. The wound is didate for Hnothor position for two years regarded as mortal. after the time he was elected. As Judge The first strawberries of the season Toney was elected to tho appellate bench were in market at Tampa, Fla., on Wedlast November, he can not be a candi. nesday of last week. Two days later at date for a year from next November-Judgbale of cotton wcb Eistin will be a candidate to suc- Cartersville, Ga., a on a sleigh. brought to market ceed himself and Judge Simrall has alHarry Williams, a blacksmith at ready announced his intention to run fur woods or rather the al- New Richmond, this State, had a hand the office. The ho was shoebitten off by a vicious-horeleys will likely bo full of candidates. ing. The owner of the horse had bet The Louisville Commercial calls our Williams $25 ho could not shoe him. The Missouri House defeated a bill attention to the fact that Ramsey, the defaulting treasuror of Illinois, was a giving women the right to voto at all democrat. Our mistake in the matter elections, and the Massachusetts Legiswas natural; bo many republicans default lative Committee on Woman Sufftage relb.it wo took it for granted that tho Illi- ported favorably a bill giving them the right to vote in all municipal elections. nois entry was of that political faith. Tho Sonate, always in for jobs and in Union county a candidate is bounties, adopted the amendments to Do miking the race for representative on a the Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill apticket. Of courso ho will propriating $5,238,289 to be paid to Louiswhipplng-poget left. A majority of the voters gener- iana sugar produces as compensation for ally fear il euch a law is adopted that they tho repeal of tho McKinley sugar bounwill aoonor or later come nmler its penal- ty. ties. scow-Blidevice-preside- nt ing that the latter oflico should be made elective by the people. There are 17 planks in the patchwork platform. The whisky traffic is given first place and is denounced in the usual terms. The right of Buflrage is inherent and should not bo abridged; the government alone should issue money, gold, silver and pa'per, and in quantities sufficient for commerce and regulated so it could bo obtained at a low rate of interest; tariff duties should only bo levied for the de fense of American labor against foreign, and the expenses of tho government met by taxes upon property and incomes; foreigu investment in lands, industries and bonds should ba prohibited by hw; railroads should be owned and operated by tho government, trusts should be prohibited, just pensions should be paid, immigration laws should be amended and naturalization papers issued only after residence of 21 yearp; no appropriations for sectarian echoo's should be permitted; all property should bi asseesed at its actual value, less bona file indebtedness of its owners; fees should be covered into the treasury and officers paid reasonable salariep; the abolishment of toll gates is demanded; insurance combines should be effectually destroyed, the president, and all other civil officers shou'd ba elected by che people; the wasteful and reckless administration of the general and Stato governments, producing bankruptcy, ia denounced and the democratic party indicted for its bad administration. Pledges are mado for an improvement in everything if the prohibitionists are given power; sobriety and p'enty is promised and the year of jubilee will come. Let us pray. Our cold water friends aro getting to be more politic and guarded in their condemnation of tho whisky traffic. The committee reported to the convention t Louisville that it "regarded the traffic in liquor as tho breeding sleuthhound of crime, shame, poverty, misery and dishonor to State and people," but it was thought too strong in expression and was considerably toned down. Originally a party with but one idea, the prohibitionists seem to have caught on to several ideas, and are trying to CAtch voters "a'coraing and a'gwine" on any kind of a demagogic plea. The Interior Journal rounds out today, the 23d year of its more or less existence, 20 of which it has been under the present management, which has for 15 uuc-cessf- ul years iasued it semi-weekl- y. P. M. General Bissell has resigned and the tip U that Congressman Wilson, of tariff reform fame, will succeed him. M. BUaell prefers his lucrative law practice to the wear and care of official life. NEWSY NOTES. Tho Indiana House has passed tho Nicholson temperance bill. A drunken Bhoomaker at HoiBlngton, Kan., killed his wife, hia dAUjhlor and himself with a shoe knife. Tho Cumberland Valley Bank at Barbourvillo has declared another dividend of 25 per cent., making 40 that its depositors hiwo gotten. Tho'.Sonato has confirmed tho nomination of Wallace M. Shelby, to bo Collector of Internal Ravonuo for tho Seventh district of Kentucky. Twenty-fiv- e or inoro mlnorB were killed by an explosion of gas in a coal mlno near Los Cerrillos, N H. Eleven men wore rescued in a dying condition. Tho Legislative Apportionment Bill was rushed through the Indiana Senate yesterday. It goes now to Gov. Matthews, who is expected to veto it along with other partisan legislation. The revolutionary party in Cuba has become sufficiently active of late to necessitate the declaration ot martial law at Havana. Outbreaks have occurred at several places and the Government is taking extreme measures to suppress them. Francis Nolan, of Oscoda, 111., went duck bunting in a small boat and was blown out into the lake on an ice lloo and lost. Ho iloated for three days before he was found and his bands and feet were frozen. He Bays he kept awake by pricking himself with a knife. girl MaggiolKirk, the Davis, of who was kidnaped by Edgar Scott county, 10 days ago, was brought home injeharge of her brother and E. T. Oorbin. She was found alono in a hotel atTaylorsville, Ky., and tells a revolting story of the treatment she received at Davis' hands. ML VERNON, ROCKMSTLE COUNTY. funeral in this county, followed his to do homngo to tho departed and brothor. Ho had been a frienl mombor of tho Baptist church for many years. Eldera O ons and Crutcher conducted tho funeral rwrvicQ''. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. JI & u V0RY 0 1HC PROCTCIt In Bourbon 200,000 pounds of hemp sold at $5. K. L. Tanner has lost 74 oiU of S.") lambs bo far. F. P. Bishop sold to Hez'ey Bros, a jennet for $75. Extra good soed oats for s alo. u. u. Carpenter, Hustonvllle. Adam Pence sold to Pony Benzley, of Garrard, a gelding for $UH). Ten mules, 15 to 10J baud, 3 to 5 years old for ale. B.G Gover, Milledgo villo. PH oOAPi It Floats MZZJCU W! --- " S5L FORTY niLUON CAKES YEARLY. k QAMULC CO, CirTTt. J. J. Thompson sold to John Thompson, of Pulaski, a buuch of 2 aud old cattle at 2jc. Clark it Son. of Garrard, 13 short yearling cattle at $13 Gen. Cnstlemun has refused' $2,000 (Orhissaddlo maro Emily and $1,500 for the mare Dorothy. -- J. II. Hilton has rented of W. A( Hail his farm of 112 acres on the CrHb Orchard pike for $300. Dan Holman Bold in Garrard a lot of yearling cattle at 33 and a bunch of slop , cattle at tl o sumo prie-M. S. Baugl man has a mare in his livery stablo that weighs 20 pounds lees than he dors. P. W. Green has pelded his stallion, Dr. Allen, and will make a road hoisc out of him. He has u trial in 2:45. A B. McKinnry is tho hoes lamb miser. Ho has 17 ewes and has 02 lambs living. NotwitliHtanding the bad weath er he has only lest 11 lambe. The Winchester Democrat eays tLiu a lot of 1,100 ponnd cattle brought 3J county ("Hirt day, which ws tho highest price. Etcb with l.vnbs thrown in sold at $1.50 and Block hogs at 3c. R. II. Bronnugh writi-i'I had a thoroughbred Duroc Jersey sow to hae 1G living pigs on the L'Olh inst. Have lost 31 lambs during tint recent cold spell. They froze to death in the barn." three-year-o- ld : Don't Read This. Unless you arc a bargain seeker and appreciate the value of a dollar. We waste no time in idle talk and simply deal in facts. We arc progressive, merchants. We know that the 19th century men and women arc not to be humbuged by flowery language. That it is not up-to-da- Buuhmnn fins., rf Boyle, sold to THE SLICK TONGUE. Nor the well wielded pen that sells the goods to day. Hut rather the realization that a firm is underselling all competitors. This is our plan of securing, holding and increasing trade. Hundreds of our custom"" crs of this vicinity child of Buck Cummins died Tuesday. Twins bom to Mrs. Poteet at Pice Hill lived but a few hours. The Pine Hill Coal Co. are running to their full capacity. The county court has ordered a new o iron fence placed around the yard. Adams Bryant has a hog pegging along on a wooden leg. It lost its origi nal foot by a train. The county court added $100 each to salaries of tho tretiring judge, attorney and superintendent. Mr. E. B. Cocks has opened a gro cery in the Brown building lately vaca ted by W. M. Poynter. The lumber, Btave, spoke and tie business is boomiug in this county, especially on tho K. C. division. Mrs. Nannie Albright has taken rooms at the brick hotel. Miss Sallie Ad- ams is out from Garrard on a visit. Who has "David Copperfiold" bor- ronrod Home eioht or more jeare since from the depot at this place? Pleaso reA court-hour- Testify to This Fact! Today that and hundreds more will be confronted with the realization before the season closes. We mean exactly what we say when we telj you we arc not satisfied with saying that v c will not be undersold but WE DO UNDERSELL We arc anxious and will prove it to you if you will only give us the opportunity. Will show you that one dollar spent with us is cqua to S1.25 spent elsewhere. W. S. BTJBCH, Stauford, Haute. OfTce on Attorney at Law, - Kentucky. D., I.acraitcr Street, oppotite the Court Collections receive especial attention SS We Await Your" Trade, And will save you money. Yours Strictly for Business, , J. H. BALI.OTJ-- M. Physician and Surgeon, Stanford, - - Kentucky. GEO COOPER. turn three-month- Lo-sj- n s vindi-citio- e o H Branch Stores. Elder Combs held a very successful Livmeeting at tho Christian church, Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana," STANFORD, KY. Having bought of P. W. Green his Livery ingston, this month. About 50 new and added row buggies and horses, we arc Virsaillcs, Ky.'andMackport, Ind. natneB wero added to the roll of this prepared to furnish prosperous church. FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS The following persons bavo died in traveling public will find The this county within tho past two woeke: On short notice. and willing to us always ready lurnnh DrumJack Oivens, Noah S.ilmonds, Albert mers' wagons, cither (ingle nr double, or Cam PRICKS, 'the very LOW aKesof Mink, a young Mr. Faubush, Mrs. J. II. boys in a kinds at town will also find us the pro and around pie to deal with. Stop with us when in town at Henry aud Mrs. Luther Hays. courts and entertainments and your hone and va The Best and Latest Improved, Mrs. Georgio Rico and sister, Mies hide will be well cared for. YBAGKK & COOPKK NorFlorelle Brown, have entered the Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky S; mal School, of Lebanon, O. Mrs. John J. W. HaKjIIMAN K. McClary has been very ill lately. Tho M. S. Hai cumin next district convention of the W. O. T. U. may be held here. And a Full Line of A tiling iluo set fire to tho Btoro of PKOfRIITOKS Dayis;& King, Monday morning. After & nutting out the blaze, brickmasons wero LIVERY, to work and had a brick chimney up put before night. This leaves only two terra - - Kentucky. cotta flues in what is known as tho fire Call on limits. It you need livery glvo us a call. Nothing but turnouts will leavo our stable. Sec us society of the Institute The literary fur rates. In our held an interesting open session on tho HARNESS SHOP evening of 22d inst. Patriotic Bongs, You will find a good assortment of Harness, speeches and music by the brass band Saddles, Ac Have your repairing done by entertained a large audience who went our man, he understands his business. We have a .Our Stock of., mechanic in our home well pleased with the celebration shop. of Washington's birth-day- . work and satisfactory : Another homo in our town is rob- Will guarantee : prices. Try our horse ahocr. bed in the habiliments of woe. A parent has been called to his final And Oils is home. Mr. W. F. Kennedy died of 'Bread is the Staff of Life" Brighfs disease, Feb. 25, at the home of THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. Mr. M. O. Williams, of his this place, aged 51. All that medical skill and loving care could do, was done to stay the relentless hand of death, but And prices the very Lowest, quality considered. to no avail. The deceased was a Masou We can save you aud a member of the Christian church. money on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. Come in and sec. To the bereaved children we extend our heartfelt sympathy, and pray that a kind Providence may assuage their deep grief. After a protracted illness of savers! months, Mr. D. M. Cress, died at bis home near Level Green, Feb. 25th. Mr. Cress was born in Lee county, Va , Nov. 14, 1841, moved to this county during the civil war and has resided hero ever since, having prospered in business durThe Very Latest and Most Approved Styles in ing his sojourn hero. He was the fathor of 15 children, twelye of whom survive ZSsrAlways Reliable. him. His first and second wives wero Make the LIGHTEST BREAD, tho widows of two brothers, Andy and wife, who was Mies SWEETEST CAKES. Wm. Baker. His last survives him. Ho wag WHITEST BISCUITS. Sarah E. Warren, a member of ABhland Lodge, Imo. 010, A. For Salo by F. & M., of this place, and was buried Stetson's Hats in Black and White. Nice Assortment of College and lodge, assisted : C. : under the auspices of this Yacht Caps in all Colors. by the Brodhoad and Woodstock lodges. Dealer in General Merchandise, to the Masons, tho largest In addition - number of people that ever attended a Mr. John B. Fish and family have JAS. taken roomB at the Newcomb Hotel. Mr. E. A. Reppert has purchased a lot in White's addition and will build thereon at once. it Office In flrlck lfuildlne near Mcthodltt church, residence with Kid. Joseph lUllou, on Danville 83 Pike, until further notice. H LOUISVILLE : STORE, YEAGEIt. II. STAUFORD, EY, A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, T. D. RANEY, Manager. Yeagor : & : Cooper, -- ..Proprietors of Livery aud Feed Stable. bus-me- I M.S.&J.W.Baughman, FEED O'BRIEN WAGONS, STABLE, Stanford, fint-cla- si SALE Harness of All Kinds. FARRIS & HARDIN. Ilrl-dle- s, Blacksmith first-clas- s d Drugs, Books, Paints LARGE son-in-la- Ballard's OBELISK Flour & ftSsg. - WELL SELECTED. G.L. PENNY. Exr. wjHj Stiffs and Softs, Alpines and Crushes, H. J. McROBERTS. J. FliOHENOE, Stanford, Kentucky. ,,, . jcMI-WEEKL- Y InteriohJournal - M.vuon 1895 Stankohd, Ky J last roport, began Tuesday moriilLg, 1, nttilmuka'. CHURCH AFFAIRS. tho remainder of tho jury being obtained .1 Uamiiuiuh nnd Inaertins in trreat var out of tho 35 inou suuiiiiuiiod for tho Manicure Sets, Paper Knives, Book Marks, Match Safes IJajr Rev. It. It. Noel hns locatod here purpose. TJ10 panel was as follows5 E. C. Walton, Business Manager iety nt Shanks'; where his friends will hereafter pleaeo Checks, Embroidery Scissors, Belt Pins, Pocket Knives, Hat Marks John Dinwiddle, Irry White, II. F.Dal, addrers him. Hkad Drttiks tho up to datu jeweler's ton, James Coat Marks, Cloak Clasps, Veil Clasps, Card Cases, Umbrella Mark G. Gooch, Leo F. Stone, J. Elder Sweeney returned from Co- Moustache Combs, Side Combs, yontlo Annie, bK ndi this wpok. Tlio sprinK time lias comtr, Stick Pins, Hair Pins, Lock BraceRichard Bibb, G. W. Carter, lumbus, Ind., wlure ho had a good Hut tnnt (loi'Hii't nl ways tiring sprinK W. P. Carson, Sim Perkins and S. Cravat Clasps, Bi.t. Neck, Garter and Scarf Buckles. Cuff UnW A noon L'c dinner nt II Z'intnor'fl. Go The Krounil lion's time in not up yut. meeting of two weeks, with 40 additions. lets, M. Helm. The accused was represented And tho binld do not yet try to bIiik. theru during court. Shoe Buttoners, Glove Buttoners, Tooth Brushes, Nail Files, Nail Paris Kontuckinn. by W. II. Miller and Harvoy Holm, S. M. Cook, Jr., missionary to Scissors, and a thousand one articles too numerous to So kppp on your llmnel, dear Annie, It?. Mb. W. II. Shank is papering and whilo J. S. 0 mention in UP Jr., and .1. B. Paxton Africa, writes tho llarrodsburg Sayings For winter Iihch fond nt'88, you know, otherwiao beautifying IiIb store-rooTO DATE NOVELTIES. protected the interests of the CommonFor HnRorlnR in spring's Up for ernne lime that ho arrived nt Lagos, West Africa, . wealth. Aftor tlm ily h Ih Bchfdulod to ro. Ruckles in every Bhape for tio neck, It took until Wednesday afternoon to Dec. 25. ecarf, garter and belt at D.inks, tho jew- present all the evidence. Tho case was Roy. Mosrti D. Hoge, celebrnted the PERSONAL POINTS. eler. BOth auniveraary of his pastorate nt the tried at the last term of tho court and Mrs. William Gkih continues quite Miss Maiiy Kay asks us to eay that in a hung jury. It will bo remem leading Presbyterian church in Rich b!cW. she will open her school at Mt. Xenia bered that tho killing occurred on Sun- mond, Va., on tho 20th. Mnn. J. S. Kic; went lo Louitvlllo A man who has heretofore spent hie day, Sept. 23, 1891. Pennington was next Monday. IT IS- life on tho racecourse, is whooping up a enamored of Mrs. Stamper, a grass widTiik Reliable Process Gasoline Stove Is ow, and daughter of Wilson Adams. Ho sanctiflcation meeting at Middlesboro, Miih. J. U. Dickinson is quito sick with the king of ovapornting stoves. Higglns had been paying bout trouble. hor, devoted court, Moonsbiuing and sanctifying aro enjoyMiu G. T. Lackey has b?cn Bick for a A McKiuney. much against tho w Ishes of Mr. Adams ing a season of extraordinary revival in 9 week or' more. Wk have jnat received our stock of and whoti he went to his house on tho the mountain counties, with the result Miia, P. II. Idol opont eever Mn. and gasoline stoves. They are guaranteed to fatal Sunday morning, ho was ordered of overcrowding the jiils and lunatic al days in I'inovillo. give satisfaction. Higglns A McKlnney. away by tho old man. Ho left and secur- asylums in other sections of tho State. Mh. Kmiihy Ueulky is now eolicltor ing an old gun was returning, when Louisvillo Times. t I ir M. 8. A; J. W. HttURhman's livery Bta Sxx Withers A Mocker's sample lino of Halo, who is a son It is reported that Mrs. Cleveland of Adams, inAs long as he buys his goods from the bio. spring carpets, haw p morns cut to tercepted him land shot him after, he has joined the Woman's Christian TemMIB888 KVA AND MlLDnXD llAILEY, of match without wasto nnd sowed at roll claims, Pennington had shot at him perance Union. Misa Willard Initiated llarrodsburg, nro vlaitlnn Mre. J. 0. Mc prices. twice. Pennington's dying statement her. Mrs. Cleveland signed tho consti Clary. was, however, that ho told Halo that his tution and then Miss Willard kissed her The protracted meeting has closed. Misa LottibGivbnb ban returned from ribbon on her gun had gone oil accidentally and not to and pinned a Mrs. II. G. Cook, at Bring on another h wo mean evangeln vielt to her couBln, shoot him as ho had nothing against breast. Tho report has created no end ist. The good work must not be permitJdlllco. him. The intimacy between tho dead ol talk, Bince It is well known . lo every' South West Corner Main and Lancaster Streets, Mna. II. J. McHoiikiitb was called ted to lapse. man and Mrs. Stamper, who Is quite fair body that wine has always ben on the to Harroilaburj luiflday by the illness of Ykaqkb A Cooi'ku have ornamented to look upon, was proved by lovo letters Olevelands' table. her mother. With, protracted meetings running the lower end of Depot street with a from her to him, which were of tho most Mibsm Minnik Mykhs and Myrtlo May sign for their livery stable, which ex- gUBhiug almost continuously, it was thought that and loving nature. In ouo of Waters, of Boyle, have been iait!tiK Mrs. tends clear across the strett. them I.,. pours this beautiful and ornate nearly every sinner in town had been Joo V. Waters. couplet. Where converted, but the Baptist meeting prov- Where they give loo cents in value for every dollar invested. Wk neglected to statu in our last istue Swept Is Ma. ani Mas. J. D. Royalty, of tho man who rradti theso lines, ed otherwise. .In two weeks Dr. Boyet the lowest price is quoted to a child as well as those who are posted. were jjuesls of Mm. Kd Wilkin- that Miko Bils, who murdered John W. How I wish all that sweetness was mines. succeeded in bringing 50 into the fold and We ask a share of your patronage with a guarantee of satisfaction or McCnrty at Jelllco, waa acquitted. Tho son Wednesday. During the reading of tho letters, Mrs. creating a religloud fueling among the money refunded. Stock always complete with MuMaiiy Muiii'UY has Rone to Hock trial took place at Jacksboro, Tenn. Stamper rat unmoved and with tho ut- members that must result in lasting good. Catlo Springs to stay with her daughter. AnothbuTknt. Mr. G. G. Wlno, as- most nonchalance helped Mr. Owsley to Somo of tho converts will bo baptized by Mm. F. J. Campbell, Rav. A. V. Sizmoro at the church after decipher the productions. sisted by Supreme Cnaplalu G. II. Mil. and Mm. J. II. Kiliiy spent sevothers after Aftur each of the lawyers had made pr.i)ur meeting organized a Maccabee Tent at eral days in Liberty, where Mr. Kirby Tuesday night, with 22 mem- speeches, all of which were compliment- services there Sunday morning and went to work Insurance. and some in the Hanging Fork near ed, that of Mr. Owsley, being especially bers. An early call will be appreciated by us and convincing to you. WillSkvihanck left yesterday mom-Ihpraised by tho family of the dead man, Dr. Fowler's to morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. to join his wllo who is visiting her T. 0. Ykaokh having bought tho Yea the case was given to the jury at 3:40 parents In Shelby county. ger A Yeager accounts, has instructed yesterday afternoon. HUBBLE. Oait. 0. P. Fly and his liltlo grand-Bo- me to sue on all that are not paid. Call Tho jury had not agreed at 5 o'clock Mr. J. B. Robinson ia in from MidFrank Kly Henfrow, of Flat Lick, and settle at ouco anil save costs. W. S and Judge Saulley held them till this dlesboro to spend a few days with bis Bp?nt a couple of days here this week. Burch. morning. parents. Mb. A. W. Oahpkxtkii, of this county, We have Made and Shipped to This olllce has just printed solid bills Mrs. Elizabeth Hommel's bond for the W. D. Snow got his leg caught under was prominently mentioned for lieutenant-go12x21 for Master Commissioner W. F. appearance ofber son, Albert Hommel, tho sweep of a corn crusher, and got prohibition ticket. vernor on the Westerfleld, of Knox, in which he ad- which was declared forfeited at the laet pretty badly crippled up. Mim Ella May SAiNDirs and Virgo-linvertises for sale, March 25, the largo new term oftho court, was found to be irregMr. Tom McMellon and Misa Asa Mallard were on Wednesday's train hotel and many lots In tho addition to ular and proceedings against her disHouse, daughter of John House, were on route to Philadelphia to visit frinds. Barbourvillo. missed. Albert has not yet shown up. married Tuesday by Judge Burneide, of The grand jury has adjourned unt il Lancaater. Mrb. J. Ij. Fakbis went to Danville R, M. Xkwland arrested Isaiah Smith Monday, Miss Hattie Robinson and W. S. Wednesday toaccompany her sister, Mrs, without making any of its A Full Line of Tewmey, of Danville, were united in Jjeephlno Evans, to Orlando, Fla , who at Logantown Tuesday for maliciously works public. at the father, Wednesshooting Will Dunn, alto colored. The Judge R. J. Breckinridgo, Danville, matrimony by Bro. bride's Tho happy pair goes for the benefit of her health. day noon, Ellis. shooting occurred several months ago, Col. W. Gkorob Hunn, ol tho wideawake firm 0. Bradley and Capt. William left at once for Louisville. Everybody successfully dodged tho 0 U- Herndnn, 0! Hunn A Colfey, Moreland, was here but Smith Lancaster, and Casper C, Wil- join in best wishes for them, as Miss liams, Mt. Vernon, aro among tho visit- Hattio is a sweet girl and loved by a host yesterday having some printing done. lcers until tho above dato. of friends. ing attorneys. Ho was accompanied by George Dinw'd Those who notice audi things tell us Every Pair dlo. that it did not rain a single time during MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. NT.W A.DYKRTISK5IKNre. Mn. G. W. Shultz, formerly of tho month of February, just past. But A Louisville woman obtained a but now of Uatavls, 0., remits co mo to think of it, what is the necessi: from her husband with whom she amount which pajs his subscription to ty of it raining in February, especially trust the cold when the ground is covered with snow? refused to live "on the farm," unless he Let your Tainting, Pipcrlcg anil Calcimimni; un Jan. 1, 1897, and addr "I Helden & Gcer. We furtmh built a larger houao, but tho court of ap- til you teeand guarantee fint.claii work, or no weather has not killed oil tho Lincoln material If not perfectly satisfactory return to them and get a new pair. A petition was being circulated hero peals reversed tho decision. money. Address, S'anford, Ky. county roosters that were laying eggs last 101. yesterday by A, T. Martin,, which was L. M. Baugb, ho has been engagBummer." largely signed, Baking tho post ollico de- ed with dry goods firms in Lebanon, for I Mn. Haiuiy E Kino, who was connect-eTHE CLAUS SHEAR CO. dispatcher's olllce ft partment to run a mall route daily from tho last two years, and who was about to with the train Having decided to farmirj; I drslrf to felt Fremont, O. Rowland about six years ago,' surprised hero via Smithy, Ewell, Highland and be married to a society young Indy, has privately all of my tofo propertt at Rowland, good, new supplied 5 his old friends by paying them a vleit Pleasaut Point to KingBvillu. Such a departed for greener fluids, information with water Iroiu thsduelling of Water W'orki. The Stanford tho house Hand- - ro tains Wednesday. Ho Is now soliciting ageti' route has long been needed. having been received that ho has n wife lot on of an aero and lies jut outside of the town limits for tho Mexican Central Hallway, with of Rowland. The outhouies are numerous and in When your horse needs shoeing bring and threo children in Petersburg, Va. a new store room 20x located Chicago. headquarters in Mr. W. S. Tewmey, n prominent good repair. of Alio Crab Orchard and "Cut OH" the him to our blacksmith shop wheru you in tho forks piles. A splendid stand for one desiring to en- will find tho most expert shoer in town. stock handler, and Miss Hattio K. Robthe mercantile business Also a vacant CITY ANO ViniNITY. Wo also repair harness and will Bell you inson, daughter of Mr. James Robinson, ot on Shanks Ave. inmeRowland. The I aboe deproperty cost will sell scribed ,tS5, cash. Second hand bicycle forsalo. Dr. A harness, saddles, lap robes and horee wero married at the latter's homo Wed it (or 51,500 Soo cash, balance in 6 and 12 months r.eeday by Rev. W. E. Ellis. The brido Kor Itirther information ca'l on or address, S. Price. blankets cheaper than any house in the im JII MILTON. Rowland, Ky. To supply your want?. Every article in this line is is a handsome nnd lovable young lady, good, cheap and stylish country. M. S. it J. W. Baughman. Ik you want who will prove a of joy to . to Shanks'. Bboes "SToiir Tiik cock and bull story about Mr. R. the man who has won her. Twenty years ago Duko Do Arco?, of I will go to any place where there are six or darkey, E. Gaines being assaulted by a horse Tor Givknh, a to chom. I do tho work thief originated in tho idle brain of his Spain, now minieter to Mexico, but then mere cattle Pchoruer Can dehorn nnywith the cow In died Wodnredoy night. Lightnlrg Toilet Soap?, Infant, Tooth, and Toilet Powders. brother, E C. Gaines, which wo are told untitled, was engaged to marry Mies Vir- three seconds. The knife makes a clean, smooth cut, decs not crush nor break the horn, as the calclmiuing nnd Is tho devil's . Fou Mr. Gaines ginia Lowery, cf Washington, but the clipper does. It It the only way lode punish animal like call on Silas Stewart. was slightly kicked by a horso when he match was broken oil by her father, Mr. horn theDoes not gets well the quick again the saw, as as that and wound went in his stable at night and that la all Archibald Lowery. Both remained sin- made by the saw. For further information, call Mb. T. L. Siiklton is making preparaG. A. PEYTON, Stanford, Ky. on thero waa in it. gle, however, and, having succeeded to Pruning Hook. Sec the Lightn-ntot. tions to put up a small distillery at RowI lair and Clothes Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Shaving Brushes, Nail the title, recently returned to tho United land. Since last we wrote about tho wenthor, States, successfully renewed his suit and D. Brushes, Artist and Paint Brushes. Etherial mildness Ruckles are stylish. Wo have them in The sun has sent its has held sway, the engagement is announced. Thus is brightest rays q'nrllnif silver and cold. Danks, tho Prescriptions accurately compounded. Hustonvillo, Ky. constancy rewarded and may they "ever Ami snow and ice havo gono away. j iweler. Good Wh te Seed Oats For Sale. live happily together." - And the signal service holds out hope, " " Surreys, Phaetons, Buggies, &c. And bids us not dispair. Jersey butter UottbkI RuTTKiil-Fi- no DEATH'S DOINCS. Furniture and Stoves. from Mrs. Steelo Bailey at For stationary temneraturowill prevail, mnv ho had And Friday will be fair. THE HERD OF " Genuine Oliver Chillea Plows. Step in and see a Mrs. Jerusha, wifo of G. W. GoodN. 20c per nice line of Rocking Chairs and Furniture. rich and a daughter of Mrs. China Mc Stoves Cheaper than ever before. The Young Ladies' Aid Society of the A lahok line of ribbon of every width, Afee, died at tho latter's homo Tuesday LI ery Stable and blacksmith Shop Kor Kent overy color, every shade and evory kind, Christian church will givo a colTee social afternoon, after a long illness of tumor, at Mrs. T. J. Fostor's, Friday evening, R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, 3D. juet recoived at Shanks'. aged 45. She was married to Mr. GoodMarch 8th. Hours 4 to 0 and 7 to 10 i rich about 10 years ago and leaves him Attorney at Law, (isssHaisssssssssBssssS2Ms Crab..Orchard, - - Kentucky. BaiNO your family to town wbllo you m. Admission 15 cents. This society Deceaswith a little boy of eight years. - aro attending court and have a picture was recently organized with Mrs. W. E, fw till frit tha best types of Registerd ed was a splendid Christian woman and Gallery. Ellip, preaidont; Miss Anne Shanks, vice mado at Earp'a Art died aa she had lived in faith of n homo ee Will a:', as Executor, Administrator and Assign- StocV. Breeders secured from the beat herds in several dlfTerentStates.J. Correspondence Solicited. president; Miss Dollie McRoberts, secrebeyond tho skies. After a sermon at the Special attention cvn to Tiik houBo In HallB Gap owned by tary, and Miss Clara Lackey, treasurer. of Fs and Sale and Division of house by Rev. W. E. Arnold, of the tales, asLands. Hon. W. H. Miller burned Tuesday. It Infants' TrVTFgftTAL PLOWS. hid been vacant only a short time. Office on Lancaster St overSupt. W. F. McCla Sam Cociiiian, of tho East End, heard Methodist church, of which she had long go ty's office. been a member, tho body was followed Mad Don. Constablo T. J. Bonedict something after his ckickona the other to Buffalo Cemetery by a large procesnight and fired his guu into tho dark shot nnd killed a dog on Main street sion of friends and laid away in sorrow Sells the Gemuine which ho thought waa ness to scare it oil'. Tho roport of a pisMonday yards away minor surprised and sadness. tol a few mad. Of Lincoln County. Mr. Win. F. Kennedy died at the Mr, Cochran, but ho returned tho tire The New WkIibvu clover, timothy, blue prafs, and mado an effort to find tho scamp, homo of his daughter, Mrs. M. 0. Wilblack oala who had doubtless shot at him. Unfor- liams, at Mt. Vernon, Monday evening, red top, Northern white oats, Mill, of Bright'a disease, aged 51. Ho was for forsalo lor cash only. Higgiua A Mc- tunately his search was of no avail. tho greater portion of his life a citizen KInnoy. Lancaster, Ky., WiTii-finweather and a good show by and business man of Crab Orchard, Don't fall to soo the tolinblo gasollno a company with an established reputa where his warm hearted and generous Is now in full operation, and invites the attentirn ot the builders of Lincoln county to its material, Btovo boforo buying. All competitors tion, there was no excuse for the Opera nature made him many friends, who will superior workmanship and low prices. Note THE IMPERIAL STEEL' LEVER HARROW? "Hf Tf '' '.TV tVstiltS.SIHtSSltSSStl superiority of our stovoB. It House not being filled Tuesday night, sorrow over his J 0.1th. His wife, who SOME attest to tho OUR 1 1 ittiiiwitttM ssr 1 TmiS Q of beauty. HigKJM & McKin. except the people havo had enough of was Miss Mary J. Rothwel), died seven HkiluhlA IrM CUft is a thing, . cup Perlcctly clear poplar or yellnw pine flooring at I ssssssTals.. a..u TMtt. u 11 MT'oJrVSs! The best Plow on the market. Ask noy. . bIiowb for tho presont. Tho management years ago, leaving soven children, Mrs fipei hundred. As low as $1 30 per hundred. . Perfectly clear yellow poplai woather boarding at your neighbor who runs one and should examlno our has therefore decided to closo the house Williams, nnd MiEses Nannie, Laura nnd 81.50 per hundred. As low as $1 30 per hundred. Ceiling for a time nnd open it only when tho Clara and Messrs. S. It , J. II. and Grovo AlfpMlerns and thicknesses of as low as in yellow Come and TyrZTJjsMIffwy::K. JadPWVV'"r3ssssss& will have no other. portlers, laco curtalnB, towola and nap$1 aj per pine, poplar, chestnut and ash, J j if ' "H'"iniianiffl ITH ' ri get prices and see the Plow before Tit nt our mus- peoplo got "hungry" for nmusomont. C. Kennedy, Jr., all of whom aro living. hundred. Iouhle dressed lumber as low as fa per llllW I j il kins, and don't forgot to look hundred. Heniitiful rellow pine finishing lumber o walata Gorton's Minotrola j;avo a good Tho remains woro Interred nt Crab Or- quarter oak, c. Save money by giving us you. lin underwear, ladles - iJH.1 buying. empty than chard Wednesday nt 4 o'clock, having 'JCI,TME but did it to tnoro CIBBS PtOW COMPANY, Oantan, Ohio., 'THl BUCHIR and silks for making waists. Hughes & LANCASTER PLANING MILL, I filled eeata. V. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Lancaster, Ky been held to await the arrival of Mr. S. 73 Cm Tato. Win-Pton- Circuit Ooubt. -- The trial of Will Halo It. Kennedy from Temple, Texni, P. Wnlton. for tho murder of Georgo Pdiiningtoni was a bnt!ur of Grove 0. for which a jury was being at nedy, of this county. Nkh .ntnl extenrilvo lino of ncckwiMr our V. obt-iitio- A oooooHl'o for runt. Apply to ed Ken- Sterling Silver. DANKS, - JEWELER. -- yiB-tor.la- m m Hard to Down the Working Man LOW-PRIC- ! in-la- w E snow-whit- e CASH HOUSE - Stanford, - Kentucky. Mid-dleburt- Tcr-pun- y, Mid-dlebur- evo-uin- g Dry Goods, Carpets, Gents Furnishings, Boots and Shoes. SEVERANCE & SON. n, e HIGGINS & McKINNEY, Shears, Scissors, Sec, FULLY DOIT'T WARRANTED t m first-c- d FOR, SALE comltt-inRO- fs h 1 II SUNDRIES. well-sprin- g o TJebom, 1 Cattle. well-know- n The Best and Cheapest. puper-hangiu- work-shop- homo-cleanin- g Fine Bristjers. S. CARPENTER, W. B. McROBERTS, BLUE-GKAS- S in Duroc Jersey Red Swine WaUao Varnon, Settle-nent- Stanford, Atto-uey Kentucky. XSiS B.K.WEAREN ni(-h- t, TO THE CITIZENS 1 - Lancaster Planing OF Gibbs' o Imperial PRICES: 1 ?;-.'. l 1 01 lf. - Plows Tl UouBK-KEBi'Ei- ta I rendy-mad- entor-taiumo- Lim VIMX55iicu5csiiras.ajjrvjst.Tarf 01 1 Lltssssssssssssssssssssssl i"r ggs-- ? lr 'Vf ' " neew-- xt--" V Semi-Weekly Interior Jourm AT FLOWERS AND SILKS. NEW FREAKS AND FADS OF FEMININE FANCY. nbllanoiI Evory Tuesday and Friday jga J?iflli YiCA.lt IT AUViVNOK CwrWhen not iopid 32.5Q will be charned.tr noral Gnrnltnro Tor k. c.:local time card. 3:ao p. m. Train leave Rowland al . 7:00 a. m., returning at Shoulders anil Cor-aagFlcliti Una Agnln Appeared TI10 Now Silks Other Things of Unusual Interest Crcpon KOccts. ISOJ, es L.&N. TJo. LOCAL TIME CARD. si. Train going North " " No.3, " " South No. 95, " " 2 Mo 5, " - QUEEN & CRESCENT.'. i """ by American Presa Association. ' Tho Bnrtdcimcsa with which tho fomi-niu- o - ta 37 p m fancy was captured by tho lovely u.'Pm it 31 pin floral garniture, ns it is called, has boon m 3 3 surprising, to say tho loast. For years n (Copyright, Trains pats Junction City at follows: No a North f No. 1 South t " 3 ...1.30 ......11.15 am ' 4 " ...3.15 11.30 pm " 6 " 5 "" 9 ' ... 840pm ' 10 ...600 " -- f:DonotStop am pm am & -- 'MI Bakincr a. JHxofitMy Fowder am Cw w JPure A cream of tarter bakintr pow 3er. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. 310YAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 Wall Street, New York. modest bunch of violets was tho only floral trimming for gowns permitted by autocratic fashion. Now not only noar-l- y all ball dressoa aro lavishly with thorn, but reception, afternoon, theater and in foiiio cases ovou church gowus Bhow flowers as legitimate trimming. Thcso flowors aro all artificial No ono wears natural ones for Ench purposes. Whilo floral garniture is so gouoral, it must bo mentioned that few largo blossojia aro used very small daisies, violets and lilies of tho valloy, with a fow bluets and myosotis. Still on souio of tho very light dancing gowns ono find3 pond lilios, passion flowers and eglantine, with sprays of foliago droopiug loosely. Tho foil ago is tho most nttraotivo part of it all. There aro many ways of putting tho flowers to use. Thero ato corsage bunches, shouldor knots and collars. Tho Bhouldor knots bavo ribbon straps to go ovor tho shoulder, with small bunches sot on each end. Somo bavo only a loop of ribbon as a finish, and somo havo laco. Laco and flowers aro beautiful together. Thon thero is a bunch that fastons at tho waist lino, with trailing vines or other foliago with ribbon and laco. Often this reaches to tho knees and ends with another bunch of flowers. For tho neck thoro aro collars niado entirely of daisies, tiny roses or lilies. Fow flowors of any other color can go next tho faco if tho complexion is not beyond compare Others collars aro niado by having bands of ribbon arranged with a bow and ono end to fasten in tiro back, and in front and on thesidos aro sowed ggrays of small (lowers. Somo collars aro all flowers, but tho prettiest havo tho ribbon foundation in full eviorna-moutc- d colors ore )ft, tho figures odd, but neat nud irlm and yet thoroughly artistie So much for tho silks pure and simple Tho silk crepons nro simply wonderful. Thero is n orocodilocrinklo that is n marvel, and a moiro silk crapo which is tho most exquisite goods ovor woven. How it is produced I cannot imagino. Thoro is another kind which is called silk ciapo moiro gauffer. It has stripes of plain silk crape, and over that liu moiro glints, and down tho goods in stripes nro puffed thoso parts that aro called gauffered or gathored. I find that I havo but poorly described This comes in all colors. Thero is another silk crcpon called tho chrysanthemum becauso tho crinkles rcsomblo tho potals of that regal flower. Theso chrysanthemum weavos aro shown in cardinal, navy, tobacco brown and black, sovcral other shades. Somo others call this Lezard crepon. Tho chiffons and silk muslins aro all produced in tiio latest colors, which nro exceedingly brilliant this season. Thero aro dozens of varioties of weavos whoro HOPELESS. Sir. Tlrtmn ttnns Up Against n Pew Mol- - to C. MAPLE SYRU P. I.. Curler, liedgiviiie, ivy. AKr wS. 9 DR. W. B. .FEIDTinr Dentist. Stanford, Ky. Office on rrn Innovations. M.KNK I. Representing Mr Brown in his room or rent, llicy ire en block 7J STORE ROOMS. .Miln Si reel, in the principal Mrs M. J, MI1.L.KU, SUnfoid, KnKr0 BfeNZt'f1 Pusl-Olli- it bo-Bid- roso-bud- s, CCEI-O- AND FIGURED BILK GOWNS. cro-pon- deli-cat- o ..For a., Refreshing Bath, Hot or Cold, A stylish Hair Trimjor Clean Shave, go to Oook & Farmer's Barber Shop. v l "mm m irf k1 m JKJ " p. tJAlt Vrotnpt womon's habiliments. But I 31 Lanhass tion tho silks, of which I saw porhaps A. O. JTeha B. Castleraan. $1,000,000 worth yostorday. There are fowor distinct varioties this season, I think, but moro different and patterns. The loading silks for the coming season aro tho different taffetas. Somo of thorn aro two toned, with tiny woven dots, figures and other designs, too many to mention in a week. There is a satin stripo, with tiny flowers woven in, and thoro is no end to tho &CASTLEM AJN patterns of tho now light brocades. Ono was of drab satin, with a pattern of MANAGERS, quill feathers in black and white Thoro flomtnorco Building, Louisville aro stripod satin glaco combinations. I noticed somo of tho choney silks in Agtnti throughout the South. brocho effects, fivo colors on dark grounds. Tlieso colors produced tho most perfect minuto blossoms. Thoro A. TBIBBLE, Local woro others whoro the ground was ono STANFORD, KY. dark solid color and tho small figures of another in sharp contrast, liko palo Portland bluo on a dark brown ground. Thero :3anFrancisco. wero brocades ovor which wcro thrown figuriugs in tho vaguo chonoy outlinos. Somo woro arranged with satin stripes, with mottled offect ovor oil tho dosign. VIASomo of the printed pongees and ' II silks surpass in design ami beauty onythiug I havo over seen. Thero aro stripes, floral patterns in two shados of faieuco blue, and thoro nro other pat- fl) lOUISV'ltlitWAlBVaTJHlCACO Rf (t9- JdUNN I OBTAIN A PATENT f For a answer and an boncat opinion, write to 11 U N N A: CO.. who bare bad nearly fifty years' experience In the patent business. Comraunlca-xlon- s itrlctly oonfldcntlal. A Handbook of Information coneemlns l'ntenla and bow to obtain them sent free. Also a catalogue of mechanical and scientific books sent free. Patents taken through Munn ft Co. receive pedal notice la the Scientific Ainericna. and widely. wtlb una are broughtInventor; befnratbo publiccaper, wjt cost to the Tbhi splendW issued weekly, devoutly lllnstrated. has by far the tarireet circulation of any scientific work In tbe color. world. 93 a year. Sample copies sent free. Building- - Edition, monthly. flaOayear. Single I havo given moro spaco than I had baan-tlfcopies, !a cents. plates,- In oslora; nd.phouvranha of new intended to trifles; but, after all, tho 2rtuM3, with plana, enabling builders to abow tbe trifles mako up tho prettiest part of Address latest designCO-and secure contracts. BBOAPWAT. JTOHK, must menul - COPYRIGHTS. Tho always usofnl and always dressy fichu has appeared again and in now Ono very taking fanoy is suita-bifor any gowu whatever except a tea gown, of courso. This is mado of tho showy Russian net, pointed deeply on tho edges and thero finished with small round balls. Tho laco is about ten inches wide, and this is gathered full to a slight foundation and loft to fall over tho shoulders in natural folds. That part which goes down tho front is laid in folds smooth and straight, and from tho waist lino it flows out free, boing held at tho waist by a rosotto of cherry velvet Thero is a strap collar around tho neck of gathored velvet, and other colors of velvot or silk could bo used if coriso is not becoming, and tho presont assertive tint called coriso is very trying to most of faces. Tho straps would, to many tastes, bo prettier mado of chiffon in somo becoming and bright o dence s. s in crapo lis-'- chiffon and fino silk aro woven with stripes or printed with delicato flowers in all ovor patterns, many of them in close Persian designs. Thero was ono wonderful pieco of ivory whito moiro chiffon. Words cannot describo its beauty. Tho light Bilk crapes and cropoii3 nro roolly boyoud description, and thoy nro woven in such a varioty of different crinkles. Somo nro raised in square knobs over tho solid criuklo nud others liko snow crystals. Tho whito is tho most delicate Thero aro magenta, shades of pink, coriso, bluet, bluo, maize and cream, besides a dozen shades of green. Among tho things of unusual interest I found n now waterproof English crapo for mourning purposes. The vory best English crapo oven would loso its crispness when exposod to tho damp, Ixuis, Indianapolis, ColumMir. ClotUnu but this is treated in somo way so that Exit Mr. B. York and lioston. For lull tnfotmatiou call on pieces SCENE IV. it sheds water liko a duck. I saw nearest agent or address of it dipped aud soaked in water, nud Thouuiiicry. Tho babes nro screaming He sure your tickets resd via "IIik Four." when shaken it was as crisp ns over and at concert pitch and pulling oach oth- K.O McCOKMACK. I). II. MARTIN, Pass. Traffic Maugr. Cm. Pass and Tst. Act. just ns light This will bo a great boon er's hair. In tho midst of tho hubbub Clscinnail.O. to thoso who nro in mourning. It is ensits tho nnrse, her eyes in n fino frenzy, tirely silk nud very ricli nud glossy, nud composing an elegy to Night I beliovo costs no moro than tho ordiNurso "Oh, nzuro night, what splennary. All goods that show craped or dors rarol" Oh, my stars, I must havo crepon effects aro bought with nn oager-nes- s a rhyme for rare Only Direct Line between unprecedented this soason, nud I Mr. B. Juno, do yon know how to was told in ono largo importing house sow on n button? that thoy could scarcely supply tho Nurso Button button! But thnt Tho perforated velvets and cloths does not rhymo with rare "Oh, azuro Shortest aad quickest between aro also proving vory popular. night" IlENKlETTE ROUSSEAU. Mr. B. (rushing out Groat heavens Frankfort, Georgetown and Parte, Garlielo, Mayavlllo, Oynthiann, Evou tie nurso Falmouth and Covington. dif-fero- fumbling impatijutly in tho drawer of his dresser. "By Jovo. Not a button on my shirt! SURGEON DENTIST That is always tho way when I nm in Jfficeortr McRobstU Drutf Sloto lu the nc a hurry! Anna, Anna! Oh, whoro is Jwsley lluilitlng. that ohatnbormnld? Well, I must find Stanlaih. my wife" SCENE u. 1 Mrs. Brown's study. She is seated nt her desk surrounded by books, engaged My slock of Millinorjr and Notions is kept con. in writing an article on tho comforts of stantly complete by ekty puichaivs and ,uu homo for a ladies' magazine Eutor Mr. can always fiud what on want I Invite )Oii to call amlinstcct. Brown. MISSLICCIK IIEAZLEY, Mr. B. Say, dnnrio, would you mind Stanford, Ky sowing on o.button for mo A what? Mrs. Mr. B. I asked if you would mind sowing on I to call your alteutlon to the fad that I Mrs, B. Coldly) Sirl I am n liter- am desire to stive you In Dims Mating in any ready I taks the best fashion Journal and all ary womiinl. and keed posted on what ladles should wear. Mr. B. AlasI Price icuonablo Corns in and give me a trial. Mrs. B. A gradunto of Vassar, poot I employ none but first class help be found at .Miss Carrie PorAtpietcut I of tho class of 89, a member of tho A. ter's residence call Lancaster Str.vt. on MIS4MAKY U. SMITH, Resptctlully, A. W., a Chautauqua gradunto, author Stanford, Ky.. 77 6m of "Woman In tho Literary World, " and Mr. B. I know it! I know it! Mrs. B. And you wish mo to sow on .....Dealers? D a button! Sir, you insult mo! Then plcaso toll Mr. B. (timidly) mo whero your chambermaid is. Mrs. B. Sho Is attending n leoturo n physical culture Ky. Mr. B. And my Bhirt Mrs. B. Havo you not wasted enough LadlcH. A ef my timo? I pray you lonvo me Mr. B. (going out disconsolately) Miss Moore will arrlvn October 1st, with that Is new and nubby in the way of Perhaps the cook knows enough to sow on n button. scene ill. slock Pleas Tiio kitchen. Tho cook beuding over tag Mycall and examine my lowest. before buy Thanking prices shall be tbe a book. you for past favors, respectfully, KATE DUDDhRAR, MnnKer. Cook 100. II. OC. That is tho formula. Nitrogeuic, proto oxido of hydrogen. Mr. B. Caroline, can you sow this button on for mo? I'.JW. Gilt, EN, Proprietor. Seo, sir, Cook (stirring tho mixturo) : : : Kontucky. how this unites. Thero is only a littlo Bulphor hydrato lacking. Whoro is it? Mr. B. Uoro is tho shirt I am still running this Hotel aad s Cook No, ue My sulphodlato of will continue tc Kve my cueals the poliirtt well as the best the rnsikct atTurds. ammonia? Ah, I romomber, I ought to bavo put that on Special Attention to tho TravelMr. B. What! You nro not going to ing Public. poison us? not matter! What Cook That does troubles mo is that I forgot to put the : : carrots in an nlcmbie Thero is nn experiment lost! Mr. B. But who is to bow on my REST LINE TO THE NORTH AND EAST. button? All lines from the South make direct tonnec Cook Bnt mo no buttons. It is timo lions in Central Unlm Statlou, Cincinnati, with through trains of the "Die Four" to Chlcio, St. for the class in chomistry. New a.'s. riticis. M'in Street, Opposite the 7. : T. : STTTTOIT, KENTUCKY. UNWKHTAKEK, HUSTONVILLE, Offers hit services to the pe pUt el West Linlull sloca of Collins coln and Casey Counties, and Caskets always on han.j. M Carpenter, 9J D Manser, TO THE LADIES -- "monumssnts. GHANITEand MAltUIJG. J. KARINS & CO., Iluilders from original Oerlgns and best mats and workmanship, Oftlce 3(9 Third Street, Louisville, Ky. Yard and Work Shops, Montpoilicr, Veimont and Carrara, Italy. Longeierlence; original designs; satisfaction guaranteed, 80 W II. TO THE LADIES. stl. -- JOITJBS BEOS, All Kinds of Goal, Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Stanford, Ky. Stanford, Sole prcpnetors Don't UUck Dianood Roo Paint Kstimale furnltned for painting Wood, Metal and lion Reofa Satisfaction Guaranteed. Treat For Tlic All tools pciuled with Dean's lllack Diamond every-thins J. B. HIGGINS, JONKS. J. T JOK, MOH. I'alnt guai anlced for years f'eaUrs In be.t Pumps and Galvaalitd Irun rilUrt. 67-i- m clt-icr- ti - THE P. RILEY U. R1L.BY, HOUSE Kontucky. d. Proprlotor, London, Tho Myers House, n I have rroved to my nw Hotel aad am beltti prepared than ever to accoumodaie the public, jood Livery attached and every cooveaisac Give rue a call, TRANK RU.lY. 77 Stanford, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK STANKOKII. alien-''tia- KY Capitol Stock Surplus .- - - S200,000 21,300 cptl nl Big Four Route, Attention of th public t invited to the- I t Is the only Ni.ional Hank tn Stanforo Under the pruvislons of th. National Dank are secured not only by th itock, but by the stockholders' liability lot la amount equal to the stock, so that depositors M this Inttltution ars secured by a fund of 3400,000. riv Sworn statements of thecnndltion of the bask ire made each year to the Uuiled Stales govern-jitand Its audi are eaaralned at staled times iy government agents, thus securing additiloaa .nd perfect safet) 10 depositors. This mttitul.ou. originally established as to then Deposit Hank ol Stanford in ol Stanford tn National isd a r ftiorgMiied Hank First National ihoj and Hank ol the again bunlord in iM, has had practically an uninteryears. It is better supplied rupted eaittcuceof 31 now with Iscilltles for transacting business prompt ty and liberally than ever before in iu lottg aad honorable career Accounts of corporation!, solic-tefilms and Individuals respectfully taat this lit, flao-cian- cs, d. Iffy. Midland R'y, d. Cincinnati and Frankfort Th Directory ol this Dank is compoied ot Forrsta Rwd, Lincoln county ; S. T. Hams, Lincoln; J 11. Collier, Lincoln; J. W, Ilaydea, Stanford ; S.ll. Ilaugbman, Lincoln, J.S.llocker. SUaforu; il. W, A. TrlbMe, Stsnlordj 1 D. Elmore, Stanford; I WINDOW SILLS. How to Make Tlicm Useful and Attractive. Window sills of tho past woro moro - NEW OYAL do-sig- Insurance BARBEE Company OP MYERFOOI,. W. Agnt, A World's Fair Record. CHICAGO -!!- in-d- ia EULIeMAtfSAND PAELOB CABS. ONLV LINK FROM LOUISVILLE RUNNING - DINING - CARS. write; to E. H. BACON, p. P A., F. J REED.O. P. A. Chicago, III I.oimM'.le, Ky. dm vmm 2Siik flssv mu$ i I ".K JB -- .. ". Crt-"- i ?;-- ( r - V mS9S6 . 3 JjJ, TL $? Bt. Paul. ik you Denver. are R going., OHTE WEST, THE Louisville CMS a. FLORAL GARNITURE AND 1'ICIIU. Nashvii it n. R. Is the line Make Tor you, as its ZSonble Daily Trains connections at dote For all points. &OTJISVILLE And CINCINNATI tiny THROUGH TICKETS J McQUOWN. W. A. SOLD terns of brokon plaids which aro simply exquisite. Thero nro Persian designs printed on pongees, iudins aud taffeta?, nud thero pro shephords and pinhend checks, bunio of thorn in oral) go and blue, a qu..Lt M CLi.diuation. Thero is a Dresden six pheidc&ri design. Thero nro pros do loudros blaok brocades, with satin stripos and overlaid with figures. All tlioso nro dress silks, nud, to snm them up, thoy look like tho raro littlo bits that havo br.eu treasured ns heir- THRQUOH Stanford, Ky roranyinformaondulreo Tnv. Pais. Agenl, (unction Cty Kr -- looms in o'd famJlios. They aro quaint and bear an air of olden days that makes thoni doubly attractive now. Tho catchalls for all sorta of rubbish. Now thoy aro decorations for windows. In a library a window sill can bo used as a bookshelf. If. broad, a doublo row of books will find a place In d drawing room it will form a seat Cubhious can bo mado of corduroy, which aro buttoned, stuffed with hair. Sago green is tho color preferred, yet tints of all tones aro acceptable if thoy match tho colorings of tho room. In bedrooms whoro a scat runs along tho windows cushions nud pillows should bothoschome Thoyshonldbo of complementary colors. If two windows aro closo together, with broad sills, form of ono a miniature tea tnble Drapo it with silk or linen cloth ombroidorod. In n sowing room tho sill can bo used for tho family workbaskot, a box of silks and embroideries, that pick up work for leisnro moments. In n woman's den it cnu hold tho let-track, cardholder, reforenco books. Drapo tho sill with iudin silk. In studios sills nro invalnablo for prints and pictures. A cozy cornor can bo mado of tho sill if broad aud ample For n foundation placo n low box tho width of tho sill alongsido of tho projection, on which n hair mattress should rest, with many pillows; then smaller boxes, which act ns steps, of tho samo longtli, "Tot narrower in depth, nil firmly secured to tho floor. Throw ovor all Turkish rugs. Tho sill can bothorccep-taclfor extra pillows, books, papers all tho fominiuo luxuries for an afternoon siesta. For n bay window cushion or drapo tho sill; placo atablontsido, with lamp. A rooking chair will then coraploto this chnrming nook. This broad projection is admirable-fon dining room. At each end of tho sill n pot of ivy can bo trained with good offent. In tho center a decorative bowl, with palm, does splendid duty. Put a sholf within n foot of tho top molding of n window. If light is given, slips of various plants and hyaoiuth bulbs will prosper finely. In tho kitchen tho sill is n boon for any utensil for copking, nud for nrticles of daily uso, such as canned vogotablos, etc., bnt nentuos should reign withal. In a cellar many household stores find a cool placo on tho broad sill if tho weather is warm, or in tho winter if . boat from tho furnace is needed. If a landing at tho head of tho stairs admits of a seat, let your sill bo tho Mnko it nttractivo with reading matter and sit thereon sunny days. In halls whoro a largo window is a featnro, cushion it and pnt upright pillows nlong Hi j winrtow pnnes. It is an exoellout sor.t nt nil seasons of tho year, Mrs. Oliver Bell Bunce. or (or tickets, yia .Kentucky Midland. Trains lutolligcnco office Mr. B. very red Ask run by Central Standard Time. ime'isDU uec. 30, tsoe. and out of breath, to tho manager: "Sir, will you plcaso ndvortiso in all tho daily '1KAINS EAST.' No. 1. No 3. No 3 N- -. 7. sv. m. p. m. a. in. p. tn papers for a girl who can neither, read a jo Frank tort A 830 7 00 Lts nor write? Six dollars a week and 4 83S BIkharo........... 7 it gen-orous SCENE V. T. P. Hill, Stanford. K. L, Tanner, McKlnney; it. J Miller, ML Vernen" J S. Uocku, FMtidt nt; Joha J, McRobtru, Cashier; A. A. MeKpny, Assistant Cashier. presents." SUNDAY TRAINS. Georgetown 10:37 A. M,; arrive 11:30 A. M. A Georgia editor rocently sont out Leive Frankfort 1:3) P.M.; arrive at lotters to sovornl fanners, requesting Georgetown 3'S P. sM. p. m ; arrive Cincinnati Leave Frankfort 30 thorn to get up clubs of subscribers. 6:15 p. m. Leave Cincinnati 7:30 a. m. ; arrive Frankfort Ono of tho answers ho rocoived wns ns 11:30 a m. follows: The Kentucky Midland Railway and connecshortest and cheapest "Esteemed Sir My ncarost neigh- tions form the Katt, North and West. routs to all points South, bor, who is a nigger, lives tlireo miles -- For further information apply to their agents, C. D. 1IEIICAW, Gen. Pas. ARcnt. away, and ho takes everything oxcopt a GEO. II. HARPER, Ree'r & Gen.Supt newspaper. " Atlanta Constitution. Frankfert, Ky. Manager A girl 1O03 3 JO Par,ia 4 30 ..C.. how to read orwritol But, my dear sir, I doubt if s. 4. Mr. B. I bog of you to try, no mat-to- r TRAINS WEST. No.in. No.m. No. m 9 No. 8. p a. a. what tho cost I will gladly pay Paris ..C-9 45 330 IS JO S. Depot..- -, io 37 64s Managor Oh, put up your purse, air I " C. 13 Georgetown It 10 40 3 45 64$ Jl treasShould I find such an incstimnblo " Stamp'" (.round 10 jo I 03 61; ' EIkhorn 6 4$. 40 ure I know a dozen gentlemen, any ono Arr Frankf4.rt.A .n id 70 11 10 T31 7J. s 00 of whom would marry lior at sight and Lcava Krankfort 8:30 a.m.; arrive at Lenngton endow lior with all his worldly goods. 10:4 a m. Al.t9, I am alroady marLeave Frankfort yam; arrive Cincinnati at Mr. B. 10 jo a in. ried ssjLcave Frankfort 1:30 p. rn.; arrive Cincinnati Exit Mr. B. Detroit Froo Press. 813 p. m. '! Stamping; Uround who doesn't know Arr, OeOrfetownD.M C.3.. Depot..... 7 at 7 47 7 55 19 3 3) 30O Jo 1000 S4S Fariners BankATrnst Co or STANFORD. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . KY Isaow fully org aaised and ready for business with it - -- $200,000. 2i 000. 1 SUCCESSOR to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANFORD, Now closing up) with th. aarnt amis and uadtl the same By provisions of Its chatter, depontors are as fully protected as aie depositors in National Banks, its shareholders being held Individual!! luolc to the eatcnt ol the amount of iheir stock therein at the par value thereol, iu addition to th amount invettcd In such shaies. Il may acta ssecutor, administrator, trustoc, Ac, as fully as in individual. To those who colruiled their bulslness to ui while mnagina; the Lincoln National llaok ll Stanford, we ws here tender our many thanks and trust tlicy will continue to transact their butincsi with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt ansa lion to samo, our twenty years' oapcrwacc is banking and as liberal accommodations as are cos. uttnnt with lound banking. 1 His Iteuly. WsTLeva at Frankfort ;;Eat MKicTjni: J J. Williams, ilt Veruou; . It. Shanks, tfianfoid, J, S, Owsley, Stanford; S Ills Vluvr of It. Mrs. Thinkhard Of lato years tho spread of iutolligonco among nil classes has been simply wonderful. Old Bachelor Yos, I notico thoro has beon n great falling off in tho uumbor Now York Wookly. of marriages. lluuglcr. "I don't boliovo Goodly will ovor learn to sknto well." "What makes yon think. so?" "Yesterday ho had sovornl chances to run over people and didn't." Chicago A NORFOLK AND j, J. o WESTERN RAILROAD. TICKETS ALL J70INTS: SOLD TO S, Stanford; Owslty, Stanfard; J K. Cas- -, Stanford. Wiilum Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, Mlitcilrftiviils W. II. Cummim, Preacli.irtvill II Pit-il-l 1 Jw V II il nils, Dr J II. Owsley, Cashier, W M UrKht. fel ti ', Inter Ocean. iilnnVd. IM? h . lim . I liu '"V T OHiO, INDIANA, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, MISSOURI, KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO, ARKANSAS, CALIFORNIA, IDA TEXAS, wsmmi Superb WM'4 fiigF sb wbt, . snaiB-WaVi- T, HKRa-wa- n FIRST CLASS. SECOND CLASS AND EMIGRANT TICKETS. 7!.E REST nOUTE TO THE - nmM" L writ N' ii NORTH AND EAST. 'ULLMAH VESTIDULED COACHES, SLEEPING AND DIHIHQ CARi SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ OVER THE Vestibuled Trains To Lexington, Chattanooga, Birmingham, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlnnta, Macon and Jack FROM CINCINNATI sun-roo- sOnrOLKWESTERrJ CHEAPEST, DEST AND T1mc-TUlcs, RAILROAI QUICKEST LINE. "What, plucked again, dear?" Dcc;lptl Wrlto for Rates, Mitt. "Naturally. Tho fools asked mo the tunphlcts, to any Station Agunt, or to M, P. BRACO, HULL, ALIEN W. B. BCVILL, tamo qaestious which I couldn't answer ig ta'l t'...rrlt. 111.. I'.Mnirr let, Trrll.( I'su.YA. last your," K)LLMIifS,0. IIUlMJkfc. KOi.MJKK.Vl. onvllle. Througli Sleeping Cars to Dlrmlngliam, Columbus, Albany. Knoxvllle, Ashevllle, Jackson, Vicksburg and Shreveport. Through Tourist Sleeper, Clnclnnitl to Los Angeles and San Francisco every Thursday. Direct Route to the Southwest via New Or leans or via Shreveport. 3 DAILV TRAINS TO CHATTANOOGA Send for Literature and Time Tablea. tTTf