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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896011001 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 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- - f -- i n .. , mi- - 'I Ml III L rt.fMf frrf?-- r 'in Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXIII. LANCASTER. CAnRARD COUNTY. Inte RIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 10. 1896. -- NO. 89 HUSTONmLE. Mr. It. U. Hatnon la nt present inlnua Miss Hnl ih VanAradalo ontertained n vnliifible horst. It tins eitlmr Htniyed bur Sunday echool class a fewnighta ago oil' or been stolen. at tea. Tlioboyt- - enjoyed the evening Miss Bessie Mnrksburv onlertainml hugely. p, Mr. mid Mrs. Charlie DtMiman, of It is only fair to Hay that throe colored boys who were, charged with exploon Tlitirmhiy. Tho board of trustws Iihvh recontly ding n dynamite bomb nt the Presbyterelected n now town mnrnbal. Mr. A. T. ian ohnrch gAte.Goo. Utile, Geo. Leo and Andoraon wflschoaon for ttio plnco by Frank Armstrong, veto acquitted on Nioh-olnsvill- tho board. Kev. Nelson, of lown, prtnobcd Tuesday, Wednesday Hiid Tliuradny at the Prenbyterian cliuroh to appreciative flutlfcicefl. is license wh KrHtilwI MarrlsK Diincin to week by County Olerk Oreeub to wed Mltw Molllu Henry, u.iii are residents of this county. This has been observed bore as the week ol prayer by most of our diuretics. Tho Presbyterians, Methodlsta and iiap tlstsare hot lin nightly services. Wnlden Joined Mr. Kliler Win. l Wm.Mouerly and Miss Nannie Mitchell, of Stone, In the holy bonds of wedlock on Tuesday, in a most Impressive man- trial. J. M. hv-onl- nK - jh Tho oillcarH ol the Masonic Lodge for the iiM.v year are )V. W. Hrtice, W. M , John Ellis, S. W ; F. H. TnhUull, J. W ;G. M. GlveriB, 8. I) ; Joe UbIo, J. D ; L. H. Adams, secy ; James Frye, treas.; J. P. Goode, tyler. It is reported that union g the chimera of tho now year, F H Twidwell expects to close out his grocery stock and conllno Ids attention exclusively to drug, wnilo Isaac Steele intends to wind up his stock of drugs and cease to keep them. Mr. James Powell Hliowod us tho other day quite h curiosity in the shape of an old letter received by his grandfather In the year 18'il. It was directed ner. kh folio wp: "Lindsay Powell, IW., Mla Amanda Anderson is to bej-iHanging ForK, P. fO , postage 12e." It teaching a subscription school at the was mailed at Louisville ami the above near Marknbury on Feb. postage wa required to bring It here. 1st. She is a kv1 teacher and we wish It has been announced that tho Kev. her much success, Hen Helm purposod holding a protracted Mini Sallio Klkin entertained in hon- meeting hero early in this mouth, pobhI-bl- y or of MIm Margaret Murphy. Twelve of beginning next week. Elders 1'in'-eito- n Miss KlUlti'a lady friends were invited to and WilliatiiH are observing ttio meet Miss Murphy at the pretty home, week of prayer with services every night "Maples," of Capt. T. A. Ktkln. this week. The Presbyterian cougrega The following ones can bu clashed lion is also joining with them in these Upon the sick Hat Elder George Gowcn, laudable Servian On this account the Mrs. Margaret Dunn, Mrs. E L. Owsley, Presbyterian prayer meeting, on WedMrs. II. A. I). Marksbury, Mrs. Oharlca nesday night, waa omitted this week, but Doty, Mr. and Mrs. Kphriam Hrown, may bo expected next week at the usual Miss Kilii Luuk and others. hour. Tonlj-,b- t Schuberta Symphony ConLast Saturday, Mrs. Jesso KitTo encert will give one of their entertainments tertained a few friends at dinner at her at the court houie. As thoy comes no very husband's hospitable home in the counhighly recommended and ours is a music try. Asa matter of course Mra. Kitle loving people, they will likely have a entertained elegantly and those prerent t large audience to them greatly enjoyed being there. Monday On Monday, William V. Hatson, she gave a party in honor of her uiect) nophew of Mr. 11. 11. Hatson. was driv- who is visiting her, Misa Sue Merriman ing a horse of Mr. Jesse Fox's, when it Mira Merriman is a popular and accomstumbled and fell upon him, bruising plished young lady and tho party waa bun considerably andspraining his ankle largely attended, those goitig from town very severely. He will be disabled from expressing themeelves as highly delighttho sprain for some days. ed with tho occasion". Sorry we were not Mr. James I. Hamilton has leased furnished with a list of the ladies and tho Kay property on Lexington street gentlemen present. and on Wednesday moved into it. Mr. Mrs. Mary Hrown and Miss Nanuio William Hughes and family havo just were pleasantly aurprised a few days ago moved into tho house vacated by Mr. by hoiiioL-Oo- I their Udy friends gatherHamilton and wife. Miss Malinda Ro- ing in to spend the day with them and mans has moved into her cottage on bringing well filled baskets left enough IHchmond street. Mr. Z mono and fatn to remind granny and Miss Nannie for ily, who occupied the Romans house,have some time of their visit. They weo rented and moved to tho house known greatly appreciative both of the ladies as tho male academy reaidence on Depot visit and their nice donation The ladies street were Mesdamea John Held, John A telegram bearing the sad intelliHaughman, John Sandldge, Uriah Dunn, gence of (he fatal illness of Mrs. John McCarty, L. B. Adams, J. D, Newburn, M. Tillett, of Lexington, was received James Taylor, F. M. Yowell, 0. 0. here Wednesday. After an illness of Jesse Huston and Misses Alice throe weeks of neuralgia, death relieved Cabhell and Ellen Powers. bor of her suffering. Mrs. Tillett and Last week the Misses Reid gave a lifamily wore residents of Lancaster for a lac tea in honor of the Misses Cook and number of years and she will be remem- Whittington. It waa an elegant atiair bered by Lancaster cltizjna as an estimaand largely atteudod. The decorations ble Christian onion and a most devout woro profuse and lovely, balng prevailmember of tho Bnptlst church. Mrs. ingly lilac. The menu on lilac paper tied Tillett was Miss Addio Clark, of Fayette. The deceased leaves two daughters to with lilac ribbon was a favor of the sup per. It waa aa follows: Grapes, pineapmourn tho death of a most devoted mothple, blue points, wafer, ham, croquettes, er, besides other relatives and frionda. sandwiches, chicken a laTartare, eggBAl-a- d, Truly can it be said that death lovea a Maryland biscuit, jelly, Roman buining mark. Greenleaf and wife, of punch, ices, cake, celery salad, Welsh Mr. William rarebit, coffee, chocolate, wafer, celery, St. Louis, Mo., are the guesta of Mrs, olives, Those present wert: Greenleaf. Dr. I S. linrdette, of Misies Jennie McKinnoy, Lucy Grab Orchard, was tho gnest Wednesday Pinkerton, Mary Lusk, Lou of his slater, Mrs. It H. Hatson. Mrs Jennlnga Douglass, of Lebanon Hocker, Floia Whittington, Margaret Lizzie Junction, is in the city visiting her un- Bennett, ami the Missea Cook, GentleB. Cook, June Hockcle, Mr. Win, llomuns, and family. Misu men, Jas. Alleu, J. er, WT Hocker, W.S Drye, F. B. Twid-wolFloience Harris has returned from n visit S. Lusk, W. S. Huilman. to her friend, Miss Pearl Holcombe, at Ed White waa recently the guest of of Lonlsvillo. Mies EllaMay Saunders, Livingston, Mlsa Reynolds, of Crab Or- his aunt, Mrs. J. B.Adams. His sister, chard, and Miss Jones, of Uuckeye, woro Misa Mattie, is now visltiug the family all guesta this week of Capt. Dillon and Our thanks aro due Mr. Sam Lusk for wife. Miss GortruQe Lingonfelter baa the items he gathered for us this week. returned to school at Georgetown. Mrs. Howard Hopper visited his Bister, Mra Susan West, of Perry vlllo, la the guest of ! Bruce last week. He left here for Louis Mrs. II. A. U. MarKBDtiry nnu lamny. ville to enter the Hospital College of Miss Mary Miller ia ut home from a pro- Medicine. Wo had Billy Dinwiddle's tracted visit to her aunt, Mrs. W. S. Mil- name on our note book, but can not now ler, of Knoxville. Mr. Malcolm Tillett remember what he haadone. It wouldn't and sister, Mlaa Martha, attended tho fu- be far from right, we guesa, to Bay on a neral of Mrs. John Tillett at Lexington venture that he had been to Uarrods-Dur- g to visit his dear aunt. Mrs. Patsy tJiis week. Misa Callie Stone, of Hurgln Dir-loGreen has been very sick with flux the ia a visitor of her friend, Mies Nellie last week, but bor friends will be gratiM fied to learn that she has greatly improvThe Schubert Symphony Club and ed. Mr. and Mrr. Matt Thomson oxpect Lady Quartette appeared In tbe audito to move to Danville the 1st of February mini of the Christian church last Friday and mako that place their future home. evening, under tho auspices of the aid Capt. Joe Hull in an has been sick for society of that church. Tho varied several daya. Mra. Isaac Steele has been waa well executed and tho dangeroualy ill for a week past with the that greeted the performers dem- grippe, but ia now convalescent. Geo. onstrated that tho Schubert Club waa ap Ryan has resigned hia position predated by the Georgetown lovera of Isaac Steele. Mr. Walter Hopper, with repand vocal mumusic. were exceedingly fine. resenting the Prudential Insurance Co. sic and recitations nt Richmond, Ind , and Mies Funnls Tno "Btar" Jf tbe evening waa Master Hopper, of Perryvillo, visited relatives Tommy Furcell, a youthful prodigy. here this week. It is with regret that This little follow gave a brilliant selec- we lose the Misses Cook and feel that tion on tbe violin, also aonga and Stanford society bas made a great gain as Tlmea. no more popular or winning girls grace Saturday, Jan. 11, Walton's Opera any community. Jas. Dunlap, of Grant ilcla eruption, corns bandi.rbllbUi-tiHouse. count, Is visiting bis aunt, Mrs. 0. R. t positively cure piles, or nond all repuued. It Is D. McRoberts, druggist. pay . perfect satisfaction or money to Robbora eecuri-LaGrtfnge suflered a $12,000 fire Blaine. Prof. Walker Hunn, of Colum- guaranteed Priceire cents per box. For tale by a$ refunded. bank at Fayette, 0. bia, and Misa Fannie Hunn, of Shelby W. U. McRobeits, druggist. in Dick Bros, grocery. which started n siri-n- Van-Aradal- e, Lu-cin- bou-bou- s. Alcorn-Uurnett- e l, n. pro-gra- m r. their The Bad, news was received here last Tuesday that on the.'day before at Long-vierr Ala., Mr. Hugh Logan had died at the homo of hia daughter, Mrs. Ghlon Admin. Mr. Logan's death whilo a but priso win not unexpected altogether, as' he has been in failing health for some tinio past, having beenl.alleoted with a fttty degeneration Qof the heart. Mra. Logan and AHhh Mack were present with him when he died. Ho I was a man o' quiet habils and greatly respected, while ho was idolU-- d by his family to whom ' his death comes a n,"crushing blow. Wlion thiHittr waa mailed Wednesday' morning it whs understood that his would be hero tlmtjnight and that he would be buried in the cemetery here on Thursday. He had spent several winters in the South at ttio home of his daughter, Mra Adams, overseeing eon o lumber interests for Mr. Adams, but this winter hia health failed rapidly, bo much KISS 1W3A KOSZLAD, ho in fact, that hia condition soon became 01 Btich that it was considered dangerous for The little beauty whose picture is givhim to attempt to come home, lie waa a member of tho Prtubyterian cliiuth en above m tho daughter of Mr. H.nd Mrs. of thia city. She is here for many jeara and died in tint William Moreli-nd- , just budding into young womanhood mid communion gives promise of taking rank withtt-ON A LOCAL NATUKE. handsomest giris in tho Statu. She la a decided blonde and in addition to her Joseph L. Kenney, 70, died at Dan- of n sweet other charms, is vine. El McFatridge, one of Morcei's voire, which she tito-- in aoug most moat prominent farmers, died very sud- effectively. Her gifta are inherited from her mother, who Ih a very handsome denly. woman and who fairly doled upon her. A bill has beon introduced in Congress to pay Mrs. Green Clay Smith a WILIAMSBUBC, WHITLEY COUNTY. pension of iOO per month. S. P. Robinson'a dry goods store at Mr. L. D. Deuhain ia iu Louisviile Douglasville, Mercer, county, burned; buying a utock of goods. lose 10,000, insurance f 1,000. has about comHon. K. 1). R. C. Ford, late democrhticcandi-dat- o pleted his now residence Tho ollice of tho Allen Lumber Co , lor State trensurer.Jhas beon elected president of the First National Bank of located at Pieasaut View, burned last week. Pineville. The Kentucky Lumber Co. Haw mill Tho Bell circuit court, tho January term of hlch opened Monday, has near- will be completed iu a few days and ly 70 civil and over 200 criminal cases ready lor work. Mr. L, I). Denham ia going to give on it docket. Tho hanks have declarod'their usual up hi6 law practice and go into the Hfiiu annual dividends with thejtexcep-tio- n uierchaudiBd Uusin-H- j of Madison National which'will not Circuit court will begin next Monreport until April. Tho Second National day with L"J7 commonwealth, 20S ordinary aud 207 equity rases on the dockete. declared a four per cent dividend;) The drug firm of Wilson it Freeman National three percent, mid Farm-er- a National lour per cout. Pantograph, has diesolved aud the business is now - A collision occurred on the 0. S. run in the name of J L. Freeman it Co. Miss Nettie Smith, of Loudon, spent railway, about one mile north of Somerset, in which one life was lost and, two Boreral days with ttio Mistes Hill. Mr. cabooses, one oil tank and stock car com- Levi Mahau tins returned from Louispletely demolished. A freight train ville. Rev. 0 inger, the new pastor of the broke in two and a work train ran into CougregUioaal ctnuch, has moved hia it. Charley Slaughter, eg 1 1, who was family here and will occupy the Topper with a party of hunters, was killed. The wreckage caught fire and Boven hounds property, Miss Ruby GatlilF entertained bor were cremated, beveral trainmen were young frienda Friday evening. Hon, R. considerably bruised. D. Hill waa at Otkdale TueBday on legal Representative S. M. Carson, of the business. sixth Louisville district, is boiling over The Misse9 Hitl elegantly entertainwith anger because of tho action of the ed the young people of the town TuesHouse republican caucna in turning day evening in honor of their visitor, down T. C. Lawson, a colored applicant Misa Nettie Smith. There waa a large for cloak-rookeeper, who Uvea in Carcrowd present and every one had a moat son's district. When the vote waa anenjoyable time. nounced Carson got up and said he The Williamsburg Institute and would not Btay in the caucus auy longer, Academy have the largest attendance and left. He did not return, either, and they have ever had at the opening and now it ia intimated that ho;", ill take remore htudents aro coming in all the time. venge by voting for Walter Evans for Itisalmojt impossible for students to Senator. get placea to board. The educational WILLOW GROVE. wAve seems to he sweeping over ttiia country with great rapi lify and the next Dr. J. P. Flannigan, Jr., of Bosworth, generation will not find many who can't Mo , is visiting uiBBisttr, Mra. Bettle Irread and write. Many student ar young vine. men who work hard on farms during the Mr. L. S. Logan haa rented hia farnw remainder of tho year and put in tho to his urotnor, u.ivo Login, ami is now a winter months cultivating the mind. "Commercial Tourist." Mr. Herbert Cook and Miss Minnie HUBBLE. Myers have returned from an extended W. H. Bland has moved to 0. P. Unvisit to friends in Lexington. J. Logan Lewis loft last week for derwood's bonne. Bring on your old rooetera and geeee Kiniberlin Heights. Teuu., where he and eettlo your accounts. goes to prepare himbeif for tho ministry John Hlaiika had a pet pig to go out Smith began the 1st of January. Ho is now snug on the ice and falling in, didn't hIiow up any more. ly ensconced in his palatial residence. Mrs. Susan Menefee Ib thinking of Dr. Hrown, of Huston ville, was callmoving to Lancaster. She baa rented ed in last week to attend Mrs. Anne who ia stifi'ering from a severe at- apart of her farm near here to George Lawson. tack of rheumatism. Mra. S. Dunbar sold 514 pounds of Mr. W. T. Ward, having rented his farm to Mr. James Gastinean, ia now a butter from two cowb in 1895, after Ho waa a her table with four in the family, reBideut of Fayette county. at 20 and 25c per lb. kind neighbor, a conscientious Christian Mrs. Sarah Eubanks has gone to Ilind a useful citizen, and will be much missed by his many frienda in this sec linois to spend tho winter with her L. M.L. daughter, Mrs. Miller. Dr. Carpenter tion. was called to see Uncle Green Bright a Carelessness in girlhood causes the day or so ago, hut he is thought to be greatest sulleriug and unhappinees iu betti-- r now. alter life. Little irregularities and weak- some Jack Cooley, a little boy visiting Ed bo looked nfter nesses iu girls should promptly and treatment given at once. Miner, went to the bim and began to Dr. Pierce.s Favorite Prescription pro- play with tho cutting box. He thrust motes regularity of all feminine func- his hand into it and ground his fingers tions, makes strength and builda up a sturdy health with which to meet the up very badly. Dr. Kinnaird dressed trials to come. The Favorite Prescrip- tbe hand and thinks he will have to amtion is not a panacea. It la good but for putate one or two of bia fingers. one thing. It ia directed solely at one Dr. Pierce's Common Bet of organs. Froo Fills. Send your address to 11. E. Durklen & Co., SeiiBu Medical Adviser, a 1003 page medhox of Dr. King's ical work, profusely illustrated, will b Chicago, and get aAlree will convmce you of their Pills. stamps New LifeThese piUs trial easy In action and are sent free on receipt of 21 are merits. of to cover postage only. Address, World's particularly effective to the cure and constipation and sick headache For malaria Dispensary Medical Association, BulJalo, les they have been proved invaluadle. liver troub They are N. Y. guaranteed to beperfectly frie from erry delete nous subUnc and to be purely vfjretable. They Buolclln'a Arntca Salvo do not weaken by their action, but by invlng tone Th beit talva in the woild for cuti, bru.'ieti to the stomach and bowels sreatly invigorate the toret, ulcr. tail rheum, fever torci tetur, chap- - system. Regular sue 15c per box. Sold by W. . grand-mothew, City, are also visiting Mra. Blaine, who ia Fv&S? JUST TJBDCNJK No duns and plenty of I Money In Your Poeket. Do a Cash business yith us this year and realize the the truth of the above statement. Special attention given to Prescriptions. A complete line of Druggist's Sundries always on hand I CRAIG & HOCKER, Cash Duggists, Stanford, Ky. MB ye to the Old and Welcome to the New STAM-'OI'lJ-. Year. o posat-HHe- d a We feel sad to separate withthe old but welcome the new with faith in the hand that has ever fjuided us in the past. The curtain has dropped over the old and we come to the new to make of it the best we can. As the old year closes we close all our accounts and shall not open another set of books, save for those to whom we are indebted, but shall continue to close our stock for We want your help and know we can do you good. All want a dollar to go as far as possible and ours is the place to invest your cash. We invite not only the trade but merchants to come and help us close out so as to get out of the way. You can buy them as cheap from us as we can buy them. Come and try it. Only &. HUGHES TATE. P.icb-moii- d The Chas. m Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville. I i-- l 4 ft.6.RUPLEYImb FALL "Sfc f11 ?fenntt AND : - la KocoivuiK ilia ifi!$ : WINTER THK DLUK-r- c GOODS. caII. ASS HERD OK Mr.-Albd- rt houae-keep-i- ug Goods Warranted and a Pertect Fit GuaranteM Give-- on Gas-tlnea- Duroc Jersey Red Swine Atst rVSPcwBRnlPvlaa3Z- R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, - Crab Orchard, Stoct. Breeders secured from tne best herds In several different Kentucky. RfH(eid Solicited Blip-plyi- Figs lor sale from tho best types (f States. Correspondence THE Queen &Crescent ROUTE -- one-ce- nt 147,750 from tbe readies tbe principal cities of tbe South ivith a service of superbly appointed through trains. Day Coaches nnd Sleeping Cars through to Harriman, Chattanooga, Attalla, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Springs and Ashevllle; and from Chattanoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Monroe Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and and Shreveport. San Francisco. Choice of Routes to Texas, Mexico and California, via New Orleans or via Shreveport. Short Line, from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati 'LJu with every accommodation to patrons. I?ree Parlor 6i Cars Lexington to Cincinnati. Cafe, Parlor and Observa1 Tata tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and Chattanooga. ' Chas. W. Zoll, "W. O. Itlnears on. i"," Div. Pata'r Jgt., Cincinnati, a O, P. i.. Cincinnati, 0. )FAiiJ 1 -- nwmkjmK9lss7M''tJJi:tfi It Titn.n)nAtnnnffl randldfttA fnr llhrn- Frank Simpson and Harrison Fuller, clarionet, they make music worth listen rlan by the republican caucus was at- coined were tianged by a mob near Lex-- 1 ing io. tended br much excitsment and open iugton, Tenn FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Eaa'.crn charges of fraud, in which our own SenIC., January 10, 180G ator Lay comes in for a share. Ho waH throw 100,000concerns nio preparing to Stanford. Louis Walz bought of J. F. RIgney a bicycitB on tho market bunch of hogs Ht 3c a champion of Mrs. Georgia Shelton, of next spring at $25 V. H. Murphy bought of W. M. Up to date nearly 4,000 bills, public Adair, and also secretary of the caucus, VV. P. WALTON. Matheny eight 1,100 pound cattle at and announced that the voto stood 33 for and private, havM bnen Introduced in 3.70. her and 32 for Miss Corinne Wilson, the House at Thompson Bros, sold to Thomas The muuiciptl authorities have reTint votes of the two populists on the whiloallthe other tally keepers either orpawzitlon of the llouao show that said it was a tio or that Miss Wilson had fused to grant Uibert G. Iugcrsoll per- Walker, of Garrard, a bunch of heiferB neither can he depended upon to vote won. It is said also that when a friend mission to deliver a lecturo on Shakes at 2jc. I. M. Bruco isshipping veals to Cin- for the democratic nomineo for U, S. of Mies Wilson tried to oxaminethe offi- peare in Little Rock, Ark., Sunday, Febcinnati by express and making a good and the democrats aro at last re cial tally, Lay took it from him nnd eaid ruary 2 Senator alizing the fact that it will he impossible S3 that a newspaper man heard him, The anti freM. silver Senators have profit. During the laBt five yea's tho get of to elect tbeir man, though every demo- "We had better doatroy these papers; found 14 democrats and 20 republicans crat be for him The only thing that it somebody might get hold of them." He in that body who will vote agaiust the Baron Wilkes won flOS.OOO nnd the gej appears tUey can do now is to prevent nn then rolled up tho tally sheets and left. free coinage substttulu for the Houso of Onward 108,7S5. For 1S9C. election by refusing to ko into n joint mules, Five Since then he has admitted that the vote and bond bill. This week vc begin our reduction sale for the New Year. When there being no law to force them is a tie and anew caucus will beheld. daughter of Geo. o good cbrriage horse nud a young mare Tne to do so. In a speech to his supporters The republicans seem as prono to do A. Carpenter, of New York, swallowed a for sale. B. B. King, Mornland. we say reduction wc mean that the prices have been lowered from Gov. McCreary said that he wanted to be wrong as the sparks are to ily upward, diamond rinu valued at $500 It lodged John Embry bought for Nelson Mor- what they formerly were. elected Senator, but that above all else even when it is as sure to come out as in her stomach and the chances ate ris of .Morris J. Fnrrip, of Danville, 300 cattle averaging 15,000 pounds at3jc. his idea was for the democrats to unite in this case. against her recovery. A Metamora farmer who lost nearly on a man whom they could elect, and The ArlesWn Ice and Brewing com. It is said that Pullman has been induc- pany's plant at Brunswick, Ga., whs de- 100 chickens from cholera, stopped the that if he caw they could not unite on bim, he wouid never be a stumbling ed by the threats of several leading rail- stroyed by fire. It was the largest es- epidemic by giving the fowls rock salt. -- At PariB, Monday, K T. Pence sold These will be block in the way of democracy. An ad- roads to substitute otbor sleepers to re- tablishment of the kind . in the South, on your mercy this week and closed out at half . visory committee with Carroll as its duce the price of upper berths to $1.50. and tho loss o.u.uu.unum.rr.. ikiu i.iwv, iu ,. . ,!,,,; 100.000. is Tin's is a sale that hundreds of ncod people anx ..w.. .uta vuiuui chairman waa appointed to confer with There is more than that difference in the Mies Hortensa Demora, of Pittsburg, W. Gay, at $3.03; and to David iously await every year and they will be well repaid for their patience. 10 yearling steeis at $3,40. the Blackburn side upon the course to comfort of the two. A general law ought Pa., could not sleep and to woo slumber be pursued. It seems to be settled that to be enforced forbidding the company to smoked a cigarette In bed. The clothing The Winchester Democrat says n Some big bargains in Blackburn can not be elected and that letdown tho upper berth, when no one caught and stio inhaled a sufficient tradershipped to Tennessee from there last week a car load of long yearling McCreary is not do sure as he was. The U to occupy it, which it now does for un- amount of flame to kill her. republican situation as to Senator has adulterated meanness, and then the trav While prying a heavy piece of cast mulea bought at au average of $41. been further complicated by tho with- eler will be comparatively happy. Extra good mules were in demand ing which was be'ng lifted by u crane, drawal alienator W. H. Jonwj from the court day. Middling to fair were little in Altho crowbar that John Kresto, of Tiik Lebanon Falcon announces ttiat liance, O , was using, waa wrenched from demand, with prices ranging from $50 support of Hunter and he is not now at to 190. One extra good pair of mules all certain of the nomination. John W. it and the New Haven Echo have pooled his hands and jammed through him. Yerkes, of Danville, seems to stand the hsues and that the paper will be publishLynch, who recently died at reported as selling at $250. Richmond Jarrett Sec our Line of best chance and his iriends without re- ed at both places simultaneously. The Morgantown, W. Va , left only hia house Pantagraph. kMi-WEEKL- Y Interior JoiKNE I -x-- THE-:-:- n ; Was-iingto- Louisville Store. ! I ! il i JANUARY" REDUCTION SALE well-brok- e, five-year-o- seven-year-ol- d h l v M CLOAKS .., ., tin-ow- n CAPESk Caa-sid- ,. . Ladies' and Gents' Under wear & Hosiery. fo - gard to party hope he will bo chosen, if a combination is a strong one and we hope hold goods and a couple of cows to his Thomas D. aud Harvey Chenault will prove even a greater success than widow Biid democrat is out of the question. shipped 15 cara of export cattle that avgive the remainder of his the clever editors, Finley Shuck and J. J. estate amounting to 175.000 to churches. eraged 1,710 pounds, 70 of them averagTnB slate prepared by Hunter for Barry, anticipate. ing 1.800. They wero probably the beet Mre. Mary Martin, of CrBwfordsvllIe, House officers went through the caucus Mtted cattlo thnt ever left this couuty. For the first time in its history Mry-lan- Ind., dreamed that her hunband, who Gen. Black shipped ISOexport cattle. almost without a hitch and then went Heavy Boots and Shoes all marked down. like Kentucky, has a republican was a railroad man, was hurt in an acci- Richmond through the House like greased lightClimax. ning. Mr. Blanford, of Breckinridge, governor. With rope though these offi- dent. The next morning she got word Furris A Whitley, of Boyle county made a dignified and creditable speech on cials ought soon to hang themselves. that be had been fatally hurt in a wreck. were here buying yearling mules court taking the speakership, and looks like he One term will be sufficient, wo opine, for Approximate estimates of the gold day, and got nine head, paying nn aver will make a good presiding officer. The the people to got a quantum sufficit fjf and silver output of the United States age price of $30 for them. Snelby A And be convinced that wc can save you money. other republican nominees were then republican rule and then first principles for 1S95 have been reported to the direc- Shelby, of Boyle, bought a fine pair of elected and eworn in, both populists vo- will prevail. tor of the mint. The total is f 50.014,000 work mules for $175 Clelland Coleman ting for them. The democrats voted sol. of sold and 51,000,000 fine ounces of sil- bought 11 hoad at $C0. Twenty 1,405 Senator Wbisbnuer, of Louisville, idly for A. J. Carroll for speaker and their cattle sold Monday at3.G0. -- Harrodsburg oiys he will not vote for Blackburn in ver. other nominees, but they wer'nt in it any state of case nnd we do not know but While cleaning up a forest Sanders Sayings. JSTZ:, this time. The Senate elected the Ala., got one of Charily Bed at the Hospital. what he is right. Blackburn is no dem- Coles, of Birmingham, of a trte nominees as follow?: President A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, To the Editor of the Interior Journal. ocrat. Hejis a populist of the worst his leg4 caught under the trunk Wm. Goebel, of Kenton; Chief Clerk,' and he was pinned to the ground. When stripe. T. D. RANEY, Manager. Please permit us through the columns Wm. Cromwell, of Franklin; Assistant found he was unconscious from cold and of your valuable paper to thank the do NEWSY NOTES. Clerk, James E. Stone, of Breckinridge; died in a few hours. Branch Stores; nors for profitable gifts to the charity Sergeant-At-Arm0. . Sommers, of An L. & N. freight train went Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenccburg, Cynthiana, A little girl at Clarksyille.Teun., fell Hardin; Doorkeeper, Capt. K. T. Tyler, of head foremost into a tub of boiling water through a draw bridge near New Orleans bed of the Joseph Price Hospital, viz: Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. Mesdames MooroeCustiB Sallie Mabony, Bullitt. and the engine and 22 cars were piled and was scalded to death. B, Paxton.Mr. Wm. Greer, Hon. Jos. F. D. Hathorn and Thomson Wade into a conglomerated mass below. Three and Mrs. Jos. Severance, Mrs. Joa. W, It wasn't a blutl after all. Mayor Dun-ciengineer and of Lexington, did refuse to vacate were hanged at Augusta, Miss., for the tramps were killed but the Hayden, Mrs. Wm. Matheny, Rev. R. R. fireman escaped by jumping and swingthe olfice and filed a suit in which he murder of Hathorn's wife, Noel, Mr. T. J. Teter, Jones Bros., Mrs. ftjka that Mr. Simrall be adjudged a usur At Rockford, Wash., a merchant shot ing out. Josiah Bishop, Mr. Thomas White, John At Chicago, Nicholas Klughardt, of per and in which he alleges that under and killed his wife, whom he found in T. Chadwick, Mrs. Thomas White, Mrs. South Bend, Ind., laimhed so heartily at the provisions of the new constitution company with another man. Mildred Beszley We also wish to make The Levlville, Col, ice palace was the jokes jf a comedian who is playing special mention of Mrs. Pamclia Brown, his term of office does not expire until hav-n- 't 189S. The new council recognizes Mr. opened to the public last week. The at the Olympic Theater that he ruptured Mrs. Mary Craig, Mrs. Wm. Greer, Mrs. a blood vessel and died in a few minutes Simrall as mayor. Mr. Simrall called at carnival will continue three months. Win. Severance, Miraes Nannie Vtnde- from hemorrhage. the mayor's office and fonnd Mr. Duncau The real estate transfers in Louisveer, Dollie McRoherta and other ladies A ball of gold, containing a 100 miloccupying it, and BBking when Duncan ville during 1895 amounted to 6,9S7,5 09. who assisted in tho chrysanthemum would be ready to vacate, was informed 43. This is the smallest total for Beveral lions of dollars, weighs only 263,143 show and the public generally who so sphere, pounds avoidupois. Put into that it would be two years yet. There years. liberally patronized tho entertainment. fl00,000,0001n gold has a diameter of onhas been no effort to onst him, but JohnG. Bailey, of Knox county, ly Very Respectfully, seven and a half feet. All of the gold B'.epo to prosecute him for trespass are Ind., who Is slowly dying at his home, TnB JoflKPii Prick HosriTAL. being taken. Duncan seems to be acting has selected his own coffin and tomb- in the world, used as money, would make hut 37 such balls. In ordering his paper changed from very foolishly. He ought to bow to the stone. The Senate finance committee has Shelby City to Milledneville, Mr. Jerry will of the people and recognize that he The Whittier cotton mills near Atagreed upon by Briscoe adds that he leaves the former U aback number. lanta were put into operation Monday, reported the substitute the silver in jority for the House bond neighborhood with the kindest feelings The plant cost ?200,000 nnd has 10,000 Not to know L W. Noble, the man ap- spindles. hill. It provides for the free coinage of toward all his neighbors and especially pointed to fill the vacancy in the LonU-vilsilver, for tin coinage of the seigniorage toward the Meters Shelby ond I. Shelby Walter Combs, of Little York, Ind., in the treosuy and makes it optional Tevis for the many favors be has receivcircuit court caused by the detth of shot his wife to deathand then put a of treasury to re- ed at thfir handa. Judge Jacksou,my be to argue ourselves bullet through his own brain. The cause with the secretary the deem greenbacks and treasury notes in unknown, but wehavo to plead guilty to is unknown. Many merchant are aware that their tutto-megold or M'ver. the indictment of never even having aro their Ixtt Ineudi and take plcaiure In A veteran of the war of 1812, and either John G. Bailey, of Vincennes, Ind., auppljrine Ultra with the beat ual otilalnablr. heard of him. The papers Bay he usod only I will conduct a Wholesale and Retail business this year with inA an Initanco we mention one, lives in New Hampshire. He I'tiry ft Cameron, is dying from the effects of a paralytic piominent druggists of r'luihing, Michigan. They to bo county Judge of Marion and wasnf is Eleazer Smith, of Alexandria, and i'b creased facilities and respcctfull ask-- a share of vour patronage, with no heiiiaiioti in rtcoiniAeulIng stroke. A few weeks ago he bought his aay: "We haveCough Itcmwlyto our cuttumeii, terwards Common wealth's attornoy of 99 years old. .. Cuamberlain'a suss iauiuiiv.E .1... iur yuur iimf spent in looKing your compensation ui.ii f coffin and had a handsome monument at it it the beat couh wk have iver the district, but that must have been in Capt. Thomas H. McKee, of Indiana, toM, and always tatitlacliou," will be great. This move enables me to purchase goods low and h ,V the far distant past. He is an old man bhs been unpointed to Bucceed Nat made to mark his grave, believing that h'ur tale by Or? if;cive Hooker, Stanford, Ky. my customers with goods for less money than any dealer in the 119 is an infidel and he would soon die. and so feeble it said that il was with difii Otutchfield as Journal Clerk of tho Na- his will provides that 1500 shall be paid For pain la the chest a piixnof fliunrl damp- State. This is business. Quick sales and small profits. cnlty that he mounted the bench. We tional House. ened with Chamberlain's fain Halm and boujilon o( the pain. an. another on back to Bob Ingersoll, on the condition that he over the teat shoulders, will ailord prcropttherelief. were in hopes that Gov. Bradley would between the Mrs. Margaret Basenback, of Greenwill deliver an oration over his remains. This is specially valuable in cases whew the pain appoint Wm. McKee Duncan, but we up, slipped and fell across a bucket she Is caused by a cold nnd there it a tendency toopine that he waB fearful that the charge was carrying and received injuries ward pneumonia, from 'ot salo by Craig & Hoker, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in Furniture, Undertaking Goods, Carpets and Wall Paper CHURCH AFFAIRS. of nepotism might bu brought against which she died. him and surcesafiillv maintained. Not a lew who read what Mr. Robert Howli, o The faculty of tho Washington UniBaker, one of tho moat fertile counIlo.lands, Va., has to say below, will rememties in Georgia, hfiH no railroad, telegraph versity in Ohio prohibits its students ber tbeir own expedience under like circumstances The Rev, F. Grider, of Casey and I had me in attending theatres because it is "Last winter health la grippo which left remedies,a o state of tried nnmerous fioema to be one of the biggest dogi or telephone lines within its borders, nor from against the rules of tho Methodist church. none of which did me any Kood, until I was in in the li.jht at Frankfort. He has a hand has it a newspaper. a bottle ot duced to Rev. S. M Logan is holding a moot- Kemedv try first bMtle Chamberlain's Cough Ernest Neff, of Bucyrus, 0., fell with ct it so rcliuvt-- n u The in everything and since we have Been that I was enabltd to attend to my work, and thu what a man of parts he is, we do not a pair of shears in his hands One point ing at Ford, which will probably contin second bottle effected a cure,' jo for talc at as wonder at Eiitor Dycho, of Loudon, gougeu ins ion eyo out auu tue otner en ue all next weefc. Rev. win. Crow, of llockcr, htanlordandKy. cents per bottle by Craig & Richmond, will till his pulpit here Sunnaming him for so many offices. Name tered his right eye. Tho political situation in Europe, day. An interesting reunion of gold hunters bim for some more, Dvche. Wo are wi h Rev. J. T. Sharrard will fill his pul. of M9 was held at Belfast, Me., last week. growing out of the Transvoal trouble, is you now and agreed that there is nnth ing too good for Grider. Politics won a increasing in seriousness. Great Britain pit at both services Sunday, tho subject On Dec. 8, 1849, the bark V. O. Aldon of his night discourse being, "The sailed from that port for California with co'.den star when the Rev. Grider left is making active preparations for a posof the Present Age on Young a party of 50 on baard. The party reachsible war. the pulpit for the rostrum. James E. Thompson, ed the gold fields, had varied experiences familiarly Men." Rev. W. A. Slaymaker continues to aud of the 14 that now survive six have n A New York paper is booming Gov. known as "Denver Jimmy," a sporting man, committed suicide grow in the good graces of the people at drifted back to tbeir old homes in Maine Morton of tiiat State for president and Want to- our own Gov. Bradley for vice president, at Dallas, Texas, by taking an over dose Berkley, Va., aud his church has been and last weok they met to dine together greatly built up during his ministry. The and talk over the exciting days of Mi). and publishes many responses to in- of morphine. A mob moved on the jail at Vevay, membership has increased over CO and quires sent to prominent republicans all All Freo country. Nearly all say it would Ind., for the purpose of lynching Ed the work they do is marvelous. An ef over the Those who have used Dr. King's Now DI.icov cry those who not have be a strong ticket. There is one advan- Taylor, the slayer of a policemm, but fort is now being made to have Berkley now know it value and try it free. have on tho adthe opportunity to Call tage Gov. Bradley would have if he were tbe sheriff had spirited a way the prison- aunexed to Norfolk and Mr. Slaymaker vertised druggist aud get a tual bMtle freo. Send your name to II. K. llucklen St Co., Chicago, and is using all his influence to that end. to run with Morton and be elrcted. He er to Madison. get a trial bottle of Dr. King's Now I.lle Tills as to Health and Household would in oil probability succeed to the Herbert Wells waa inaugurated as Dr. Joseph Bu'lou failed to appear well as a copy of Guide which Is guaranteed Instructor free All of to do by the death of the old man, the first governor of tho new State of at the union prayer meeting at the Bap you good and cost you nothing at A. K. 1'enny's presidency drugstore who is far past the allotted upan of life. Utah. The services were held in the tist church Wednesday- - night and Ro vast Mormon Tabernacle, which was fill J. T. Sharrard wm prised into service, Tns prospect now ia fir a free fight or ed to ovei flowing. when he made a most stmaible talk on Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of U. 8. Senator before the Legislature. An Owonsboro firm has contracted the importance of a united effort of tho Fully 15 republicans, it is siid, will not to furnish an Alabama firm 200 toiiB of churches to oast tho devils out of men, Examine Your Fireglnsurance be bound by a caucus and five democrats tobacco stems for fertilizing .and the andudded to tho good impression that Policie3. to occupy the same position stoma are now being prized and shipped are said he has made here. Rev. W S. Wb'd like to hod that 'kind of fight and as fuat as possible. followed in the same line of thought The North British and Mercantile tho beat tnau win. Embracing all of the most popular and annrnved kinr? . The of the House ap- and made Borne pertinent remarks. Tho iv ..,' Insurance Company nothincr but reliable and annroved machinprv. rnm. h Mns. Emma Walkku Hbak, of Lexing- propriation committee having charge of niusic was a pleasing ;featuro of the serOf Ecijland, have lost trace ol Ih.ir our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is 'iicttinfT ton, was elected enrolling clerk of the the pension hill has deoidod to Inoreae vice. The Baptist ohoir has many good amount for the next fiscal year from voices and with MrB. Katie Elkin at the 2002334, fa -""" Senate oyer n field of ladies, and no won-de- r the '""umejua iu tiobe out a nice line U ,r; Straub with tho And the holder ol same will greatly obligu th of Uuggies and Surreys. 1138,000,000 to Tfao last organ, Miss Annla if ehe'ishulf as pretty as the picture of her. Beauty al- amount was that asked for by Commis- cornet, Messrs. Joe- - F. Waters with the abjve Compauv . if he will kindly notify their sp. vm fci.t. iiuubi.iu.ai tie. iizievoonp sioner Louhren in his estimaUs. ways wins. baritone and V. II. Woaren with tho street, Louisville, Ky,, of its ownership. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Clothing;- Overcoats, Macintoshes. d, COME TO SEE US, THE LOUISVILLE STORE, ST.A.lTFOItZ), dem-osrat- ic s, n, A WORD We prefer the Cash, but if you that come in and give your note. All accounts MUST be taken off our books. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Times Change, lo Firms Change, Prices Change. ? n fIU,rn. .. fur-nis- W. W. WITHERS, litis-sel- l, 1 Do-nian- ds Higgins & McKinney -- well-know- LOST. See Yqu A Minute LOOK HERE I ! Grin-stea- d Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Kollers, Corn Cutters, &c, i...ji -i"- Policy No. .. ' d) i Courier-Journal- 's - !. pF jy iijif jfj - i 1 f 1 I n-- Januahv 1st ia here and you are earn-tho- ir sequontly won by the father, to the hitFriday'n estly requested to coma in and eettlo. U. ter disappointment of the eon. Kecent-l- y taxeo will appear in noxt " the father became dangerously ill, and 0. Hupley. Iflsue, B0 8yH8berlfrNflwlBnd, eeolng that death woh near at hand, callDealer in Ik you want a cheap suit of clothes go ed )i!b wife and son will greatly obllgo me il Stanford, Kt., January 10 1890 Mvfrh-ndto his hedsidn and You can get It there either to Shanks'. they will call and AHttln their accounts. I said that it was hia dying wish that they e or need the money. M. F. fclkin. should oh married. Young Johrson 9 E. C. Walton, Business Manager Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, last week. Ouit accounts are now all ready and married his John Mkikii Ib baking theflneBt bread The ceremony which bound togethever sold in Stanford. II In baker is alao we shall expect everyone to do his duty, SIEMNG, CEILING, 3BTC. You can Imvo no idea how cheap and an expert on cakes of all kinds. that is to pay, antl our nooks are now er the lives and hearts of Rev. George P. and how Rood every thing In our jewolery I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. oloped as we are closing out. Hughes A Taubman and Mids Annie Peyton Greene silverware bIock ie. Call and ho conWk are in our new Btore and ready for Tate. was beautifully said by Rev. S. M. Logan vinced. Penny's Drug and Jewelry Bring your watch, clocks and IniBlnetH 6toie. at tho home of tho bride's mother, Mrs. jewelry for repairs. Dankn, the Jeweler. Hknatok En Pahkkh, of London, who Fannie Groene, at 10 o'clock yesterday. TOINTST PERSONA! Is as game pb a fighting cock, liked to Mihs Mamie Lynn., and Mr. O. F. Greene Tim Schuberts liHvejumpod on to Wood Dunlap at stood up with them. Only about 20 of Mii.E. D. lRNM.oy went to Corbin At Walton's Opera House, Frankfort, but friends parted them. The the cloeest friends wore present, yesterday. Saturday night, 11th. who Senatorial race was the casus belli. hao been quite flick Mil. A.M. Fbland enjoyed a delightful lunch, beautifully We have moved to the Store-roo- recently vacated by Severance & Abiilock it Mukns have opened a resfor a week or more, I iiavk placed my accounts in the prepared, witli the happy pair. Aftereick taurant at Itowlund and will also run a Son and you are cordially invited to Miib. Luzik Fkiiiiill continues D. Wearen for collection wards and amid many WMrrn congratulateam for tho purchase of fowls, butter, hands of Jesse with tbrotit trouble. and will expoct all who owe me to settle tions and good wishes, Mr. and Mrs. eggs, tfce. 11 hh. Pattib Havh has moved to n I am determined Taubman left in a carriage for Junction in thonextaodaya. on Logan Avenue. up my business. Dr. J. F. City, where they took the train for the order of the age." to srraihteu Mns. Vikuiwia King has moved to her wheru the groom Is the rising pas- Our lines of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods are See our new store. Save money by pay. Peyton. firm on tho Danville pike. tor of the Firat Christian church, whose ing us new cash prices for new goods. Gloves Mhs. T. A. Hicb, of Ixjuisville, Ib visit- CrHlg fc Hooker. Stakt the now year oil right by paying members hold him in tho highest es- Complete in every particular. For Overcoats, Mclntoshes, you como to court teem. The bride, who is exceedingly Rubber Goods we are headquarters. for your paper when ing her father, Mr. S. H. Shanks. bt.ent several Mk. W, A. Aii.nold has bought the Monday. The editor will bo in his of fair of face and figure, is one of the love days with Mrs. P. W. Grceu at McKin- - Stanford A Inicaster mail line of Kico fice and the business managor on the liest and noblest of girls, fitted to shine ney. Benge and his sou, Jesse Arnold, will street, so you can use your own pleasure In any Bocietv and make the man who Next door to Penny's Drug Stcre, Stanford, Ky'. as to which one you will settle with. Mb. W.M.Swoi'u, of Host Hickman, have charge of it. has won her a wife in every sense of the Swope, Is visiting his brother,Mr. J. H. word, and he is to bo congratulated on Mn. J. 8. Gkimkh' bank at Elizibeth-towWk are going to publish the names of getting such a treasure. The two met in Boyle. the First National, earned 55,511,-0- 3 for the first time Mite. U.S. Lytlk and Robbie Penny alltmr subscribers this year, who pay at the Christian Conon its capital of J75.OO0 the last six "Without being dunned. Wonder how have returned from a months' visit to venuon nere last August. It was a cage months, out of which a 3 per cent, divi I long the list will bo. friends in Kansas. of love at first sight, which grew and in dend was declared, after carrying the re . BY- Littlk Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and creased na they got a better insight into Wantkd. Everybody owing me to been ill sever- co mo and Bettle within the month of mainder to expanse account aud undi each other's natures. Contrary to cusMrs. M. 8. Uaughman, has PU vlded profits. al days with the grip. tom, true love ran Bmoothly in this case January. After that time my collector Mil. Willis Adams and pretty little will call on you. Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Pahty. Miss Calhe Horton tells of an and as all's well that ends well, It seems J daughter, Elinbeth Peyton, of Mt. Veronjovah'n party at Mr. Jatnea A. Dudder sure that the marriage was made in Skxion J. M. Hkndhicks tell us that ar , non, wero here Tuesday. .!! wasaiienueu uy auoui ou jitr. heaven. May it prove even brighter A. A. McKinkky, JiL, failed to be there were '21 interments in)Bullalo Cem- sons. Mrs. Dudderar served an elegant and happer than it promises and bring to elected pgo. Itcscoe Tarter, of Pulsski, etery in 1BU5 of adiiltBnnd 11 of children, eiipprr iu her best style and after it had the pair every good that marriago be against '21 adults and seven children in ta stows on those vras ono of the successful boj s. whom God has truly hei discussed games and other And Funeral Director. Mua.MAHY A. Dawson continues to ISO I and 31 adults and eight children iu were tho order until a late hour. jolned.together. Daw1MJ3 A quiet and pretty wedding waa solgrow worse and her sou. Mr. I Also carry a nice line of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Checks for a quarterly dividend of 1J emnized yesterday at 4 o'clock in the son, tells us that ho fecra her end is near. Dii Strelk Bailky notifies the Centra Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. , per cent, were received here yesterday First Baptist church. Miss Montio Har Mkdbbs. Km Pknmnoto and William Mediral Association that the next Nain the Metropolitan Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e ris ami Mr. George B. Wearen, both of Ulackurby and Mtssts Lula and Isabel meeting will be held in the Now Gilcher, by stockholders tional Bank of Kansas City, with a state- Stanford, being the contracting parties. Owsley left Tursilay for PI Drtnville.'Jan.) 10, beginning at 10:30. ment from Cashier J. G. Slrean that the Rev. Dr. Felix, pastor of the church, and Chronic InterstitiallNephritls will he the business for the year just closed has been a little party of friends were present. M. Joiiji'.Kkoliman hen taken Mr. subject of debate. very BHtlsfictory and tho future outlook The young couple were preceeded up Jack Hout's place In W. H. Wearen A given by Mr. and Mrs for the bank he thinks good. the aisle of the church by Misses Lute The en marque Co'b and Mr. Kout take another position i. aud Mamie Elrod, and Messrs. Albert To surpass all former efforts in furnishing the best merchandise at the Ed Bower at Harroilsburg a few nights next week. Tiik board of supervisors, consisting ofl the J. B. Ghksm Iibb rented the Jonathan since was the most brilliant aiTfllr of col- Messrs. A. A. Bostln, J. A. Singleton, 8. Severance, of Stanford, and Earnest Fra-ze- r, lowest cash prices and of Lexington. The simple and Owsley farm near May wood and moved season. Tho Sayings devotes three G. Drye. A. O. Carman and T. Mac description of it and the ceremony waa performed by to it. He has lived In the Turnersvllle umns to Holmes, four republicans and a prohibi- Rey. dresseB of thujladies who attended. F. Broneon Ray, of Louisville, cout-i- n tosection for the Ust 10 years. tionist, Ib in session and will bo till of the bride. At the close of the cerMissClaha Lackry has gone to visit HuoiiJacohs and John Leech were morrow. They are playing havoc with emony the wedding party Ophereturned to ber couslnr, Misses Mary Clay and placed in jail Wednesday to serve a fine Mr. Trrv's books, and if every mane By saving you money on every thing you buy from us. ln',LouUvllle and will go of 32 and Y3.75 costs each for breach ol taxes is raised who has been cited to ap the Leland Hotel for Bupper. Lexir-tolia Thompson Herald. The above tells the story We want to thank our friends and customers for their very liberal thence to St. Louis to spend awhile the peace, They were tried before pear, the Increase will be a large one. of the consummation of a long and hap - with friends. patronage during the year just closed and ask a continuance of the 'Squire A. G. Faulkner. Jacobs Is alno py love affair. The two have been lovScaldkd. Mary, tho Mb. W. U.Siiaxks said on paying a under indictment for malicious shooting. daughter offMr. and Mis. John L. Beck, ers for several years and their marriage same for 1896. good sited advertising bill: "I never pay fearfully has been looked for for some time. The I an account with more satisfaction than Hblu. County Attorney J. B. Paxton of the McKinney section, was (or I feel that I have gotten was called to Crab Orchard Tueeday to scalded a few days ago by her older sis- groom is the eldest son of Mr. B. K. do yoms, of hot Wearen and ia a most capable and stea fall yaltto received." prosecute O. G. Ware for obtaining 110 ter, Katie, dropping a dish pan chest was burned to dy young man. He is city clerk and al water on her. Her Mil, A. A. Wahukm want to Cincinnati bv false pretense from .Eld. J. G. Living-towere bo clerk for the Stanford Roller Mills, Tuesday to buy the grocery stock that he He wms held to the circuit court. Vho bone while her face and limbs will open up He pawned a cow that didn't belong to badly Injured. It was at first thought both of which positions he fills most satand Mr. W. Carroll Shanks she could not recover, but Dr. Moore, isfactorily. The bride is the daughter of It is useless to argue this with you, you know as well as we of the early next week in the corner atoro in him and got the money. We promise to faithfully perform our part by who is attending her, is more hopeful Mrs. Susan Harris and is handsome and many advantages. Opera House Block. full of sectiou foremen and road now aud thinks she bos a fair chance to attractive and those who saw her at tho buying the best goods and selling A caii T. M. PkWNiNOTON and Mr. P E at the lowest living prices. Ma. marriage say she looked unusually beauKemp were on yesterday's train return masters passed Tuesday for an inspec- get well. tiful in a becoming dress of black crepon, lug from Louisville, whither they went tion of thia division anil the main line of Tub directors of the Stanford Water, trimmed in black satin and luce jet. Mr. Kemp's brother, the L. &h. W. A. Moberly, of this with the body of Mr. Light A Ice Co. met Tuesday and declar- and Mrs. Wearen commence life togeth W. 0. Kemp, who died in Mlddlesboro. place, was one of them. The company ed a dividend of 3J percent. takes them around once n year to eee er at about the same age, 21, and that 5?Don't forget we have moved across the street, opposite the Misaca Claba Mybbb, of Florence, and B. J. O. Howe and L. M. Howe. nccompan the Improvements and profit by them, of Indianapolis, were present. It was they will be very happy many friends First National Bank. Mlunle Myers and Eva Ktener paying all expenses from start go. unite in hoping. They will go at once ied by M.J. Harris' and J. W. Jauirt - decided to raise the water rent on the L, to house keeping on Lower Main Street, Sam Gukst was tried.beforw Judge Car A N. from 150 to f 75 a month and on its were down Monday night to sen Handy' where they will be at homo after today. Splendid Assortment to select from. In PasalDtr Players, which alas, bad climbed son yesterday on the charge of stenling a acceptance of the raise to issue bonds couple of wasbttubs'from W. 11. Wearen for the sinking of an artesian well, or th tho golden stair. Burglars made an unsuccessful at Gov. Uradiay hss offered the private A Co. Sam claimed he wsb innorent orection ol a reservoir of eeverol million M. McD. Johnston, but n witnexH swore that he saw him gallons capacity, or both. Should the tempt to rob the eafe at the L. & X. desecretaryship to W. pot at Richmond. They wrenched tho ol Lancaiter, who once studied law in with the tubs and thejudge dtcided to railroad refuse to ngreo to a higher rate, Don't buy till you sec our stock. Remember combination oil aud otherwise damaged We are the leaders. his cilice, but who is now Garrard conn turn him over to Judge Davieon for fur- the water will bo cut off and there will bo it, but did not get inside. There was that we are closing out our ty's attorney. He declined the appoint- ther trial. I u J the meantime Samuel no necessity for further supply, tho pres-en- t about $100 in the Baft). ment as he could not sflord to givM up languishes in jail. being more than ample for tho town Tho democratic Seriate caucus will hl present oillce aud law practice. Yes alone. .ibsign tho democratic members of the Two coal houses are being built in i 0.-- J. terday's Hk'b Walking Now. John "W. Buck- - Senate's standing committees. Lieut. Tiiicinony iriendBof Mr. James Kico Stanford aud in a few days we will have . three coal dealers. J. II. BAtichmau it ner, the umbrella "fixer," was here yes-t- r, Gov. Worthinuton will place tho repubBrown, who need to live here, will bn but his fine horse and wagon were licans and the appointments will be Everything in the Grocery and Provision line at reasonable prices. exceedingly glad to know that ho Is Co. are building a bin at their mill and daily grow J. R. Hales is putting up one J where A conspicuous for their absence. In an- made by the adoption of a resolution Come early and see our display. prospering In Chicago and why ho was the lieutenant governor declining to aning into thn good will of tho greatest dry T. Nunnelley's BtAhleJwaB burned ,a cou- swer to our query as to e ngo. Noel ASon are iu luli walking, ho informed us that the nounce them. coodshouce In the Tnittd States, Mar- ple of years used exploded while he blast and say they are equal to almost stove he shall Field & Co., whom ho bns been hia wagon NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. w.il! fnr a number of yearo. He is now nny emergency, so weshalleeo what ef waa in Adair comity aud that fect compotion will have in the way of and its contonts were consumed by the of tho vast conoue of the credit men enlivening business.' J. W. Adams, of lire which followed. For'tonately for cern, which loBt year, he told ue, sold Rowland, also sells a good .'deal of coal Mr. Bucknor, ho had just unhitched his over $10,000,000 of goods. The retail here. horse and was watering him some houso fronts on threo etreetB and on its ev-- r from the wagon, eft ho might have Wab not Insanb. Mrs. Panthea Sinmany floors can bo obtained nearly I wish to sell my faun, 'Kairvlcw," four miles nee. Mr. gleton, of the WaynesburgJ section, was perished in the flameB or been injured frombunford on toe Danwlle pike, containing ery thing necessary to wear or a about explosion. A horse without Brown told us there were 3,000 employes tried before Judgo Saufiey this week on by the to him, go by numderB Instead the charge that she was of unsound wagon waa not of much account Fino Land, In it, all of whom 425 Acros beast and la now touring' mind. It wai yery clearlylproven that ho he sold tho of their names. one of the belt stock farms South of Lexgentleman en- Aud considering location, improvements, nevington, her mind waa nil right but that her tem- tho country afoot with a richness soil,.Vc. gaged in tho same business, who does er scarcity of water,before will ofrent some of the CITY AHDVIRINITY. per waa uncontrollable and that her peP. S. root sold work that Buckner drums up. Mr. nillUS 111. !IIUC1. UIUU.I Ull vsvui. at times were duo to mad the Ju. Lakob consignment, of wall paper at culiar actions a. ra. rciiAnuK'y. turnout in 13,831896 Stanford spells which overcame her, and she was Buckner will buy another st All the latest Magazines, Books and Fashion Papers received as W. W. Wlhters. a i i i discharged. She wasJ;brought ovor by the Spring, but it ia safe to Bay that soon as published. Weekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions reof the supTuHNOveranew leal this year Try Deputy M. G. Reynolds and others, who gasoline atove will not ho ono ceived. A calendar for 1896 to present you. call on A Son. his travels. told us she and hor husband had beon plies for the cbbIi plan. Severance New, Fresh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions - parted bouio time. TInnsK and 25 acres of land in StanMATRIMONIAL MATTERS. with. Perfect accuracy and dispatch. agt. STANFORD, KY., ford for rent. Apply to U. Helm, Douiilr Wkddino. Stanford main-tai20, and Miss Jeremiah Brown, aged her reputationjas a Gretna Green. Kor BapRoge and Key Checks, Metal Checks of Wantkd. Everbody to call and settle Two more couples'have sought Biircease RoeaKlttrell, 22, both of Moreland, were nil kinds. Badges, Dog License Checks, Key Kings, Chain', Ac. Stamping on Metal and cenI need the money. place tstorday. his account. from their troubles and found happiness married at that tral repairing. Shop over M. I. Elmoift's store, S6 Dudderar. wore 242 marrlagea in Madi- Stanford, Ky. There within her hospitableconflnes. Wed 11' county dnriDK IW.. Of these 107 OTTBi bo paid. nesday eveninR,;Mr. J. L. Wells aud Miss son Youk account Is due aud miidt colored. . Louise Koehler aud Mr. G. B. Allen and were while couples and 75 were money. Call anu sewo. I need the Are riveted together, not bolted, hence are air tight and can not warp McMullin and Miss Ida Miss Kate Napier came down on the K. . Brodley B. McRcberts. daughtor of Mr. 0. pretty apart. Tops and linings are made of wrought iron and will outwear O. from Oartersville, Garrard county, Caldwell, the Bbapo to give my personworo married at the bride's I AM now in G. Caldwell, any three cast tops stoves. Will bake in less time and use one-hawith me. and UudinR Rev.iS. M. Loan on the Wednesday. Or al attention to all repairs left secured his services iu making tho home near Wayneeburg train, the fuel. Danks, the Jeweler. a It is tolecrapbed froin Richmond that four two. Arriving here'Elijah II.Beazloy "We have used a Majestic for 12 months. It bakes biscuit with Mulligan Hurst vmm nrcount 1b now ready and you took them in tow and lescorting them to William Garrett and Mits B. Coy, near the fuel of a cast stove. On piko Iwo mile East of Huston ville Con the oven door open and uses about one-hasettle. M. tho St. Asaph Hotol, got them ready for wero nwried by 'Squire N. tains will plefiBacome forward and forEubanks Bros. , We would not be without it for twice the cost. the ceremony, which, was pronounced in Klrkeville, but that an hour later a b A J. W. BauRbman. by Mr.'.Logan in hia usually mer suitor appeared on the scene and 140 the parlors Don't take our word for it. A trial is all we ask. The best is the un- - Well Improved and in an excellent neighborhood get a lap robe, happy manner, and in Comb in Monday and the presence of n BUippod with the bride to pttrta Lnd Ilea well. Will exchange for smaller or a One stove will wear a life time. apron at your 'cheapcy place in thU or any good county In the cheapest. number of guests of tho hotel. After kuown. home blanket or Btorm would take a clean stock of groceries and Slate or McOlary. An oxuhanga eays: "Several years hardware in part payment Iu some livo town, or spending the nightltho couples returned ' own price. J.O. part cash, balance ia Johneon and his son Jsinec, of will sell lor desired. For further five years' time particulars call disagreeable dayB have to Garrard. The brides aro said to be ago John or longer if Dahk, damp, a, u. nui, are quite pretty aud the grooms to bo thrifty near Columbia. Mo., both fell in love on or address, Huatonvllle, Ky. dragged drearily but fair and liner who was nub- - ' 83 im farmers, able to provide for them. with tho same pretty girl, young Friday. for mi-Wee- Interior Jourhiil A list of thoso a who have failed to pay I ; A. C. SINE, FLOORING, Stanford, Ky. f ready-mad- tailor-mad- e. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles m step-moth- er MIIICIYM m t col-ti- ge Now-por- t, ' COME AND SEE US. H. J. McROBERTS. n, - m m UNDERTAKING ! jjj t im PCXtA MW u Practical Trimmer, Em"balmer omuBe-men- I- -. Aii-zon- s. m iyo WE WILL HELP YOU. n - two-year-ol- d n. Try the Cash Plan for This Year. x SEVERANCE & SON. semi-annu- Mr. m Chinaware and Glassware Sil- -- Stoves, Saddles, Harness and verware at Cost. gaeo-lin- FARRIS & HARDIN. dis-tm- ce FOHi SALE. of m W. B. WlcSiOBEBTS, Pharmacist and Bookseller, I IVJ Has a Complete Stock of Pass Books, Day Books and Ledgers, -- F. G. BEADY, ns " THE mrr a Trims NIIjcSqD jMHC BiAITGES TIC lf Splendid Farm For Sale Exchange -- lf Acres of Fine I;i:ul, 11 .... W. H. WEAREN & GO. forecasted 1 A '. - A ,. -.- U.V-.- ,. .... , O.'V Slfttg -- .. Semi-Week- ly interior Jourm and Friday THE WOMAN ATHLETE MRS. FRANK LESLIE ON GRACE LIMB AND OF SPIRIT. sUshed Every Tuesday B -- OF F35B YMAJtlgr AJDViVNCE When not Mpd S2.6Q will be charged. "k7c. local time card. a. "J ndjp.m Trains leave .wn'oiJ ji 7:15 arrivtng at 4:50 P- Womnn on thn AVhael, In the Saddle and on l'lood and Field Tim Inaolpuco of Strength A Quentlon of Costutuc l'sirn-tlls- e. (Copyright, 18K, - m- " "" P "' ... by Amurl-ea- LAN. No. , LOCAL TIME CARD. ........ tlon. Trow Assocla Train B,nB North South ........ ....... u 3 1 No. 3. No. , t 7P m sB m 04 p m ts p m QUEEH & CRESCENT. . Trains pass Junction City as follows! North ...3.56 P No. 1 South ...t: . .IMI i;iNo. " " 9 NoT- her than juncurn ... 840pm ' - v0s. 5 and 6 and ..".. 02 m 6 10 " " m ...3.15 ...6 00 a m ui 9 and to " run no - fur- - It " Zf 1 IIE park lay in nil tho lovely stillucss mul cnlm of nn nu-tnn- in S" t v 4 u i I" h D 'R- - morning, nuri 3 my carriago passed uoar tho shaded bridle path in tho hollow to tho west of tho A- - as lako tho shrubbery was bright with frost tiuted foliage. Suddenly, with a light patter of hoof bents, a fair nmazon flushed across tho opon space, a veritablo Diana of n girl, ohcoks bright and oyos sparkling with excitement, ns sho turned and glanced backward, at tho saiuo tiiuoroigning up her light limbed chestnut steed. Tho calculation was osnet. On tho instant Absolutely Pure." hor cavalier camo dashing up behind on A cream of tarter baking pow a black horso, ovidoutly well practiced rhythder. Highest of all in leavening in his role, and which joined step beside. mically with the chestnut, cloao Latest United States Tho cuvalior leaned out from his saddle. strength. Government rooa iteport. Tho lady, without turning again, toscd ROYALBAKING POWDER CO., back her head slightly, in tho right direction, and just as thoy passed out of 106 Wall Street, New Yorfc. sight ho snatched tho kiss, which was LTrrxtrC I will 'a1' "lithe hide I can get tho gago of this protty flying jeu do or trade tor i71.lLllu. for cash or In ray uuic leather on barre. ' court ilays at &taniora ai Chas. Eanihn, Tanner Ah, I thonght, horo is tho outdoor woman, tho "fiorco athletic girl" tho A. O. Lanhae poet sings of ns his ideal for tho coming Jq'tm B. Cattleman. raco, at Iter best. She also consorves in T n hard and prosaio ago something of tho bravo gentleness of tho woman of chivalry. And forthwith before my imagination there camo troopiug down tho 3Iall a wholo cavalcado of highborn heroines of tho middle nges, thoso who LIVERPOOL,. went with tho men to tho crusades, "charming tho sous to givo thorn gentlo &OASTLEM AJS pass," noble ladies harnessed in nrmor; of prico and mounted on goodly steeds MANAGERS, Qneou Philippa of England, tiring her Building, Louisville, yoomau to victory nt Novillo's Cravs; Cttimerce Jauo do Jloutfort, who had, as Proissart Agents throughout the South tells us, "tho courago of a man and tho whoso cheery TBXBBLE, Looal Affeat, heart of a lion," andbattlo at tho smiles nmid tho din of STANFORD. KY of Hennobon "lighted tho flanio of noblo chevisanco in ovory noble . IK yOU ARKOOING breast;" wholo platoons of tho "bcl cavalier" girls of tho old romances, marshaled by Britomartis and Clariuda and ..THE led by tho sublime culmination of tlioir class, no inspired J nuo d'Arc, us sho appears in Promiet's spiritort equestrian statue. My fino vision was abruptly broken in upon by tho passing of n troop of real flesh and blood maidens of tho unmistakable end of the century typo, LouiaviLLt a NASHVIlkC R. R. 1 mounted, alas, on bicycles. This, then, is what it has como to. For every ono woman on horseback nowadays you la the line for you, aeita meet a hundred en bicyclotto. Such bei&ouble ing tho accomplished fact, nud tho Make'cloie connectlone at wheol tho far and away favorite with S.OUISYILLE And CINCINNATI tho contemporary athlotio gistcrhood as Kor all pointi. tho vehicle of their emancipation and "SWgSgfH&HPED TKROUOH progress in tho field of outdoor recreation, any theoretical depreciation of it or For any information JOES. niCK. Aeent, Ky ut this moment may bo considered as Stanford, superfluous. Still tho superiority of this particular form of exercite as n developSan Francisco. er of physical harmony and grace, in Portland. ,To the woman particularly, is by no means demonstrated as yet. Ah to tho costumo dovifted to meet its requirements, opin..Via The ions are us much divided as the skirts. Somo frightful guys aro seen on Madison avonuo and may well account for tho lato alarming prevalence of runa; t! c e m S Mv?3 t f t r I W S a v ways in tho park. In Paris tho "voloco womou," as they aro called, fly to tho ;5lCUlIV.li: ,4!VADAHTlChlUSUiLiiopposite oxtromo and got thonisolves up From Onlr Dming Car Route in fantastic gnised that aro strongly suggestive of tho cafo concert stage. My friend Colonel Cody of Wild Wost fame doubtless tpoko out for a good many people whon ho suid to a newspaper Pullman Veitibuled Elesant woman who was interviewing him Sleepora of Modern Pattern. about tho threatened suppression of For inapt or any Information, addieu skirts tho other day, "If youmoau thoso f E. II. BACON KJ.REID.J U bloomor nrruiigoinoiits, I think a woman Chicag that wears buch things ought to bo shot. " Be sure to coll for Howover, costumo is u secondary conMoaon Koute. St. Paul. sideration, onco tho principle establishes Denver. itself. I understand that no less a than Miss Frauces Willard, tho founder and improving spirit of tho W. O. T. D., gavo tho weight of hor examOnly Dnect ULe Detween ple in favor of the bicyclo somo timo ago. Judging from tho number of maShortest and quickest between chines usnully to bo seen standing outFr&uWort, Georgetown and Paris, side tho doors of saloons, roadhonsea and Carlisle, Maysville, Oynthlana, "pubs" geuorally, it may bo doubtod if and Covington. Falmouth Kentucky Midland. Traint this sort of exerciso is conducive to the ticket! via kind of tomporauco of which this excelCent, stWard Time. Time Tablo Nov. 3, 1895. lent lady is so distiuguUlied an advocate, yot if sho could only iutroduco n No. 1. No 3. No. 7. WAINS EAST. p. tn. p. m. a m. stylo of dress which would bo comfort-abl- o 6 100 4 Franktort A and bightly, and at tho samo time 7cS - Ulkhorn. 4" 4 47 not fast, her scoro would bo to tho good Starnpinu uround 7 a? on tho fildo of progress and humanity. 5 ? 7 SO Arr OS. Wot 4 00 3 4 Besides tho saddlo and tho wheol, 30 m Pari......:.C No. 10. No. 8. thoro aro othor outdoor exercisen, approNo TRAINS WEST. No... p. in. priate to tho various seasons, which a, in. 6 00 4 40 C....- - 9 oj r.V Pari fashion is providing moro and more lib- 6 37 - ciorgetown II 1007 6 C. 8. Depot 6 40 erally to keep tho fomiuiuo nthlete in S55 10 10 ' 7 7 ' Stamp's Gro'd 10 18 form all tho year round, oven through .3 7S Illlrhnnl ,.. . .x Lout and tho somowhat rapid periods 7 jo Knnkfort A.. tlOO Ar that prooedo nnd follow it. Tho threo citun a v TRAINS. summer months aro glorious with tenm; arrive Frankfort a. Leave Georgetown 10 10 uis, mountaineering, bathing, c&nooing lv0 Georgetown and sailing r tho threo winter; ones with "lav9mFrankfort 4 3 skating, sleighing, tobogganing! and the Railway and and cheapest route to all odd timos of spring and fall with driving nnd walking, not to speak of gardening nt homo aud learning "how to know tho wild flowers" aflold. This bo er. Frankfort Kv Let me end, then, as I began, with a ing an outdoor paper, I am saying noth rc-mo- to "w-- ir if - POWDER ROYA ksyranee Sompany OF BARBEE W,A. do-feu- o wortk west, -- Daily Traln re .lOTMWiraST 1 TO CHXCiiGO. por-sona- Ky. Midland R'y, Ciaclimatl and Franlcfort I Al.r j0 1 '" 4 " I 411 r -- P- connec-tiiSeV.no- ing here about- calisthenics, gymnasium practice nnd school taught physical culture, invaluable ns thoso nro, each and all, but my gentlo tuid robust readers, 6uoh of them ns I havo been nblo to keop with mo throughout my series of chap-torwill botir 1110 witness that I have nt least onco or twice, if not many a timo aud oft, Bung the praises of tho matutinal cold tub and dumbbells and shown how tho fountain of youth is accessible to every woman from tho faucet in her own bothroom. Tho most nrtiilcinl exercises aro really tho most bcnefloinl because thoy nro designed to counteract artificial habits of living nnd drowsing. Tho Indian fquaws and savage women generally,' though lit t lo hnmpered by drss nnd enjoying full opportunities for physical activity in the opon air, nro, as a ola-sclumsy, heavy nud ungraceful. They wiuldlo rather than walk and probably could not run ut all. Tho girl of ultra refinement nud in tellectual culturo in tho efloto east is, just about ns from Vovorso cnut-csin these mattors, without enjoy ing tho rudo health of her red sisters, until she is tnkou in hand by the pro fcssional trainer. As auoxamploof whntn bright, modest, graceful aud thoroughly womanly woman enn do in this liuo, wbon intelligently trained and normally clothed, my recollection calls up tho lissom figure of Aniiio Oakley, tho fair haired In her public exhibitions sho used to, and doe still, I believe, run liko nn nntelopo across tho spacious arena, with head thrown back and chovoluro streaming in the wind, after displaying u prowis at riding and shooting which rather surpassed that of tho men in tho nggregation, including tho redoubtablo "Buffalo Bill" himself. But it is not necessary to bring tip n phenomenon or to ioiut to individual instances of profossiounl strong women, circus riders and dansonsoa of tho stngo to make tho point that tho nlleged physical inferiority of woman is n traditional assumption rather than a fccientillo fact, aud that in the field of outdoor sports, which at present thoy nro so boldly invading, thoy havo really as much right as men. In n recently pub lished book entitled "Man and Woman" Mr. Havolock Ellis makes a daring survey of this hitherto littlo explored domain of scionco, nnd joints out that uaturo has really douo her best to mako women healthy and glad, and has on tho wholo boon content to lot men run Mou havo taken their Bomowhat wild. revongo on nature and her protegee. Whilo women havo been largely absorbed in that sphere of occupation which is.nntnre'ri inxin concern, men havo roamed tho earth, sharpening their aptitudes and enorgies in perpetual coullict. It has thus come about that tho iff nature by man has often involved tho subjugation, physical and mental, of women by mon. Against this btnto of subjugation it caunot bo doubted tho tendency of womankind in tho present ago is to revolt or at least to agitato for indopendenco; honco tho significance of tho now movement in physical culture, no le6S than of tho question of woman suffrage, as a sign of tho times. Liko all revolutions this ono has its firebrands, its uncompromising radicals, its grotosquo fanatics, its extremo lefts, so to speak. It must havo been ono of theso lattor who in tho conrso of a gossipy conversation about a favorite liviug American poet said ho struck her us being decidedly effeminate. Tho remark was repeated to tho poet, who retorted, "So I am, compared with her!" " Tho serious question is, really, what effect is all this now crnzo of outdoor activity and physical training going to havo upon woman's character, her toward tho world in general nnd particularly toward that half of tho world which hitherto it has been her natural instiuct and nim, or nt least hor main occupation, to please. And how about their attituda toward hor? So far as my observation oes, tho nvorngo man bcoma to regard tho nmazons with uneasiness, with a kind of politoly disguised impatienco, with a triflo of suspicion or uwo. Perhaps this comes fioin n solfish jealousy, or a vaguo seuso of humiliation on his part, but unywny there is an impression, and is it tho ono which a woman sincerely desires to niuko upon hor orstwhilo friond nnd natural protector? Thoso thousaud nnd ono littlo attentions of his may havo beon mere protty conventionalities, and quito superfluous, yet how grateful! And who would not miss them if withhold? You, Diana, with your blooming vigor nud mannish strido, having just swung on tho front platform of a car and walked somowhat doflantly down tho nislo, rton't you expect to see two or three men pop up instantly to offer you n soat? I11 fact, you are so accustomed to it that you porhaps forgot even to say "Thanks" for such a commonplace mnt-to- r of course. But supposo instead tho malo creatures in tho car remain obstinately and comfortubly seated, cross legged, reading their nowtpapors, or perhaps staring cynically at thaso envious tailor mado clothos of yours, which are a tzlsirintz trnvostv nnon thoir own gracoless though appropriate attire Yon wouldn't carol Ah, Diana, if you had arrived nt that stage where you roallv didn't caro how you lookod to thorn nnd with what disrespect they ' treated you in public then would your caso be hopeless indeed and nil my words in vain. But you do caro, and a great deal. Got strong, thon, but without acquiring the insolence of strength. Be independent, but not iiggiessivo. Cultivate gruce of limb and body, aurtat tho samo timo do not neglect thut inner gracious-nes- s of spirit which is supposed to como natural to you without any traiuiug at all. Then, glad nymph of tho opon air, will life bo worth living nnd thou con yon be mado love to as uover yet, for there is superb fresh nrdor in tho blood, tho whoso pulso throbs to the dash-osurf, tho breath of tho mountain pine, tho wild gallop against wiud nnd weath- s, beau-tille- rs , , ilofi-oie- picture of one of outdoor womanhood's . .1.best moments, picture penned in thisj I will rent. at puouc auiwuu- - . mt fountv lit. instance by tho muster hand or 'iheo-phll- Court day, January t3. tro6 h ch of farm of S Acre.. tfl Gimticr: corn. 1$ in oata ami in. . togothor I on my Ulue viraaa. win aii ; "Wo wore riding good Ferrugu., he on her (dim whito Shares Farmers Bank and Trust DcittlHl. : : filly, that nioYMl us if with wings to its 15 Co. Stock. foot. Tho path wits arched with immemoOffice on Main Street, Opposite the rial elms, aud the declining sunlight fell Term, made k.twn warm nnd golden through the interlacing foliage. Now and theim bird flitted across tho vista, singing ms it flow. A J,y IIARKKK, Prontlor, village church Ik11 soniidi d tllo Angelus, its noto softened by the distnneo to inPreprietora of.. ....... - finite sweenies?. Onr horoes walked in RatlVO DOLLAHSPir Day. step, side by sido, in enelmntod silence. srANcOaD, ky she. Yot never I spoke no ord, nor did HriHod.ltd and rtfurnln ' throi,hiHL Larre Having bought of P V Oreea hla Llretv fcemp'e Koont. had our thoughts bon so cumplutoly in y ItlecUU awbugie and liorae, we ait and Commodious Holll. and added Halls and olttce nccord. 47 preparwl to furnih Prouipt and polite wrvit. to gueitt leaned toward her utid passed my" "I ' FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS nrm about her wnift. Mho renpoudod by OIK HLS1LINU INl KVNCK MAN, tho samo movement, and hor head rest- On short notice The trvrllr.f pufcllc will Had ed uiHiii my shoulder. So our lips met. as alway ready and willing to luiiilsh Drum- Oh, chaste, delicious kissl Her oyos erj LOW PRILLS, the fiad were closed, nnd I, too, folt myself faint aKMofa.lktnd.at korstn and aroutiiTtown will aim when ut the pro WhorerretentstlieOM KeJiaHt Mlchwan Mut. In townal al Life Intaian.e to, of DelrMlt Mkh.. can Stop with us from tho rapture of that divine inntnnt. pie to deal with. Intur aLd entertaiural ad your horte ad ve ntc ynuallthemoM favorable plans 04 Contral tAi. rhabh this, niethinks, tho nnt;e.rt kiss in couits Like ance. He arfo ieprett the "" O.H CIM1PKR mc" """""" of Lomtvllle. Ky , ami, wm Tobacco Warehoi. heaven, am) paradise is not all in the Myrrs Houm bfHIe.Mapfotd, Ky be glad to have a liberal abate of your Mitsf ate. h7 skies." Will be leady to .ontr ail tbe f svoia that can be h acvnnoe. 11 .... fob 1 EEosra?. "77: -". DB. "W . B. PE1TITT,1 o We. "'""; -- 1 Stanford, Ky. Pcet-Olfi- l$l.. A.. G. B. COOPER, BARKER HOUSE, Kentucky. Livery and Feed Stable, bus-i- Somerset, t ' C'.n-M-'- d M. W. (fyjL(gL TWELVE W. S. BTJB.CH:, Attornoy nt Law, - Stt--. glrn Sinuforcl. OB.ceo-- Kcntuclcy. every couttday Paitiea wai.tiiif hogtheads. writes or money should address mo at Paint Lick, Ky. (o em Prompt altcntioa guaiauiccd and DON'T TORUErTHAT uients by aur in the niadonosi4meat, rwls Staurnru cwunlry I will be at ar.hoiMi l.ibctAl ware-hen-s, Cali-fomia- u. 'OMN. Coin-lult- House o itfipoalie the Coufl S Collections receive espevlal attention l.aicaiter t. They Ilnrn Almost Computed Their Nmrl, Tho hist chapter of tho composite novel to bo written by members of tho Twolfth Night olob of Now York is iu tho hands f tho author, Maude JameH Chilton, who is Mrs. Lomuel W. Serrull iu private life. Sho occasionally stc-ps A.S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKINNBV, KY., lUvojmt been oveihaulcd and repaired (incu bottom to top by tie faiunut Richmond City Mill Woilt, of Huhmond, Itd , and with capacity now Intr.aud, air dwng more and better woir than ever befurr.and with the old rellabl. 1). V. Keoredy ss head miller, you are sure of gOod Hour and fair tiratmetit lie su.e and bring us giliiding and whrn Iwylng call fer our old Office ever McRobem' D'Sg Store in the Owsley and wall established brauls, r'avonte Patent, InMulldlliC. dies' F.ttroritc and Hikers' Chosce. HATES A SON, Successor to K L. Tanner A favorite Milling Co. Siaitfurcl. Ky. yur FOB B.EITT. two-rtw- i!r. 4 The Kod.mM place at KawlaaU contjiniog y name .w4 Actcs. oulbulMIeEt. I.S.OWaLLY.JK. Pm.io avuiB.n gR P"" at Aseat 'iu(orJ.Ky, 104 .r- - M. S. llAl'CMMSN J W, lUrOHMAK. M.S.&J.W.Bauyhman, rtoraiiTOKt 4t Something to Beautify the Ladic3. Dally We find SPRING AND SUMMER. jarae aad all the n style of iwiiteras, kali Millinery lor wh.eh we aic I.a.tlBS . ksewR throughout the Iha,apcueua ftrstlasf tiimmer far past Uwi, son. Thankmi you lor d clt taVassi.raace 16 te In our psubllshment the N trade . bnta "'M"B" ."tt.l I.IVERV, FEED & SALE STABLE. Stanford, - - Kentucky. need livery give usa oll N.thmg bat turaouts will leave our stabl.. Se ut for rates. In our If yo 1 nrtt-cla.- w. !ti$M0 M.U'PK JAUJW CHILTON. asru Mpr miftftSF ,u,,,,,jr TO TEE LADIES KATL DUUUhRAK, Manager. 1 W$L BLACKSMITH SHOP. WltlgdaraaUMftr.t ilais work aad utisfactor Tiy ourb lMOa sher. hubju-gatio- n prac-ticnll- y atti-tud- o nsido from tho social world to enter tho literary ono and is ono of tho writers of tho American Press Association. Fancy a novel in 12 chapters written by as many women dramatists, novel ists, "leading ladies" and society womou. Whothor tho book will be so remains to bo seen. Thoro uro many amusing rumors regarding it. It is said that in tho first chapter tho horoino is iu sooioty. Iu the next chapter she goes 011 the stage. From that standpoint sho becomes nn emancipated female, Tho noxt inovo puts hor in a convent. Whilo this is going on she dnbbles in womeu's rights, theoso-phnnd frivolity, nnd is seen in tho lnjt chapter darning stockings blue ones of cotuso and singing cradle songs. Tho contributors aro all women who nro woll known in tho Utorary world. Mrs. E. E. Kidder, tho wife of tho well known playwright, had tho task of writing tho first chapter. Mrs. Kidder is better known by her nora do plumo of Polly Pry. Ella Starr, tho editor of a fashion magaziuo and n prolific newspaper wrltor, took tho second. Kate Jordan, tho author of "A Kiss of Gold," developed tho horoino in the third chapter. Maude Bunks, tho now womnn, put ft darn iu tho original bluo stocking fad. Martha Morton, who has achieved moro fanio through "Brother John" aud " His Wife's Father" than usually falls to the lot of woman, wrote tho fifth chapter. Minuio Maddern Fisko, who is so exceedingly clever she does the latest thing host, was ono of tho contribnton?. Emma Sheridan Fryo, who usually favors Boston with hor presenco aud proved sho was not a neophyto whon sho dramatized "A Hundred Thousand n Your" for Mansfield, added a chapter. Mrs. C. A. Doreinus hud tho sixth chapter in charge. Gonio Rosonfold, a writor of short stories, added a chnptor, and Jennlo Juno's dunghtor, Vidn Croly Sidney, who is better known ns 011 actress than as a writor, is onu of tho IS. Ench chapter is to bo illustrated by n different nrtist. Gibson, Dan Beard, Grauvillo Smith nud othors aro mentioned as possiblo illustrators. A name has not yot been decided upon. Each author sends in two titles, y New K4e ol the latest atylea (st see the latest and best Call la low ad rverbrwahttoStaalord. Prsc. at 'fd it Ky Farmers Bank&Trast Paid up Capital of Surplus, . Co the '"rHe'wnt Llaea. aad Embeold.ry Material. MISSLICCIK HKAZLKY. Sunferd, Ol STANFORD. KV., UnewfuHy otgasucd and ready lar busiatrs wile $200,000 THE' RILEY If. HOUSE Kentucky rRAKK 2i,00. u. niUBY. Proprietor, London. Wtprtdthan.v.rto attached .U.d. I SUCCKSSOH to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL 11ANK OF STANKOKD, Now clcaing up) with the sarai asaeta and under II y am belle have mor.d to my new Hotel and the publ accommodate aud .ery coaveoieoc. d Vood Ltery Cem.ecall. lb. same management. provisions of itschait.r, d.pwutora are ai fully pretKlrd as aie dcpoallers in NaUcau Banks, Its shareholders being held Individual naolc to the eitcot of the amount of their stock therein at the psr value the fool, in addition to the smount invested In such ahares, It may aetaa taecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully aa To those who entrust. dlh.ir bultincss to us hile moagiBK th. Lincoln National Bank ol 'lanford, we we here tender our many I banks aad uuit they will continue to tranaact their businessn with us, offering Is a guarantee for ptoupt atMS-tioto tamo, our twenty y.art etpcrieoce la banking and at liberal accoinmodstioni at ate with sound binking . coa-iisae- ul taiadivldual, STANFORD FEMALE : COLLEGE. STANFOUD. KV. WILLIAM SHKLfON, President. MRS. NANNIE S.'sAUTLKY, Lady Pnaclpal. Miss Emma L. .Martin, Ps4iIik Teacher in the Study Hall; Mary Cewen, Prlncipil ol the Music Miss Miss Mary P. Hants, ; menu ol Principal of the Depart, Art and Llocution. Next Session wili;Begin Wednesday, January 22. For terms, Kc, tend for Circular Collegu. Williams, ML Vernon, II. Shanks, Stanford; J.S. Owsley, SUnlerd; S J, Kw'jry. Stanford; J. 11 Owsley, Sianlard; J. r Casn, Slau(nrd, William Gaoch, Stanlerd; A. W. Carp.nter, Mllledgnitls, W. H. Cummins, Prtach.it I lie S. K. tk.nks. President Or. J. It. Owsley, Caiai.r, J. . rttNICTOKS. W M Plight, T.ller. or call at the .V D. S. CAHPHJ1TT3SB, OKHISTONVILLK. Will carrv a full line el genuine Oliver ChilUil Plows. Silver Steel Plows and rti.airt for ihe Oal BBd other leadlne taimini Iroplementa. 1 he Walter A. Wood Mower and lleapcr Machines, lor JliiRRle Cultivators of the iwet luallty, U of the money, Phaetmii, unja and Carnages Irs tho richest .lualltles and (amlett and latest at) and the The lest grade ol light bujgy hsrness cheaper grades lollart, hames, bndlea for farm n...r!rrm. hrrvchiiiir and s'rau work of all kind Furniture of allilfucriutions. Trunks, bags, trav eling telescopes, Horse blanket, oukuv mii,.vc and stov. fixtures. Ac. all ol which he mmes our attention and Icapection and piomlse to deal I.... i., .i.h art hMinr.hlr with vou In all trnnsac- ilona. ThankitiK my many eustomer lor their FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP .STANKOKI), KY Capital Stock- Surplus S200.00Q - 23,700 I I Attention of the public 'is invited to the far that this it tho only National Hank m Stanford Under the provuloet of the Natlonfcl Hank are secured not only by the capital itock, but bv the stuckholdeia liability for ai equal to the stock, ao that doposiUirs ol amount this Institution are secured by a fund of 1400,00a. Five iworn statements of thocondition of the bank are made each yearto the Unlt.d States government and lis assets an. ciamlned at stated timet by government ageuta, thut securing addititona tndperfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established aa patronage In the past ear, t solicit a liberal Deposit Hank of Stanford In i8j8, then and wish it.d aa the National Hank ol Stanford In iSOj and again re organised aa the First National Hank ol liua olivine, rvy. Stanlord in iS8, hat had practically an uninterrupted onttcucoof 33 years. It Is better supplied now with lacilitiea for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and oonorablc career. Accounta of corporations, fiduciaries, Qrms and individuals respectfully solk ucccssorstoj 11. Hltficini, D.alert In ted. The Directory ut this Hank it compos. n Forcstua Heid, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Collin, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; Kv. S, II. Ilaughuian, Lincoln; coal biismeta at Mr Hlg We will continue the J. S. Ilscker, Stanford; eins" old at nd and will haroon hand at all times W. A. Triable, Stajtord, the very best coal whicn we will deliver promptly and will make It tn M, D, Elmore, Stanford; We will tell strictly for the people ol this aectlon to pay the Interestof T. P. Hill, Stanford, K. L. Tanner, McKinney; "l'l'ordert for Coal left at Craig Ar HoeWs drug M. J. Miller, Mt. Vtmou.Ky store will be promptly filled and appr; elated by NOEL A SON. J S. Hocker, President; Jao. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A A.McKinoev, Asst. Caxhler. : IIT ie R. R. Noel & Son, AH Kinds of Coal, Stanford, oh 11 J. : T. STJTTOST. UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. hit aervlcet o the peoplo ol West full iiocl of Coffins nd Casey Counties, and Caskets always on hand. D. a. Carpenttr, Manager Lin-co- i ML vi aaaa v m Sclenllfio American Agenoy for ' K.MMA SHKIUDAXFltVE. FOR SALE EXCHANGE f and the unmo will bo chosen from duo of thoe. Whether tho book will; bo published sctlully or in biwk form s a , question of tho future. Whother this novel in question will bo entitled to serious criticism remains to bo seen. Wo all know whnt ono olever woman can do when Bhe tries, but what is possible when it comes to 12 clever Ada Fincu. ones is uncertain. -- . nnnvDinuTa VfcU Ky xor inrnrmaiioa ana rreo Ilanduuok vrrlto to House and Lot In Crab Orchard, MUNN CO.. SCI Unoauwar, Mw YORE. cellar, lloer pit, stable Fire rooroa and kitehi, repair j a Oldest bureau for aoctirlntc pntcntalu America. anu other outbuildinga, all in, tint class Milt tr.ea Krery patent taken out hy ua la brought all kind, of we of never fallinic water about one acre. the public by it uotico glvun rreo of charigo in tho .mail Iruits. Lot conuina in a .mall for 1896 lill ihhorhood. The p ace it rented place to Nnll show the who i'-For further irxrv circuiauon or anr avrienunn rmrw' m ihn i Vho deatrea to look at It Ur.laMilMI .vnrM 'r.J. .i.":.. llluttratod J. II. STEPHENS, man ehonM be WlUlout It. Weekly, ft3,OOSt. into rmaiuma Limestone K'., Leamuton, Ky, eari luuaixmonthe. AdarowLUnNN & VAA. t'BUauxBS, 30 1 Iiroadwor. No it York Cltr. J P. S. Cenually located. o ., DE8IQN PATENTS. Tfann usiiii'. OAUVIT. ...... fit Llr frivttf ifiv luwiatt ' ,ti.. im&muuu ZZJSZ. yj6k. m