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Liberty in keeping pace with tho pro- cefslon If not In tho lead of many of her neighbors and Intends to not take a back 'v ' Beat on matters "up to u.iio. class braea band ban bwri organized and Ubeingably managed by Mr Tat "bipp and It kooi without Haying that micm-mwill be tliidra. a seriocomic um..., ... nt the Uir lied nifftiiiK ia In proKn-Btiuini; foHluclMl by tlan church bore, conn- th. Fiord lire. ty. Thespoaicer quently jumps two eet hlKh. U Tho directors of the Creen Itiv-- r Co will me, at L her y ley Telephone 4th Monday in immediately a,. after which thocontrac for ,m the lino from lluatonv lo via Ml. SiImiii, Middleburi!. Yosouuto, Liberty hiuI in ii - to Dumivtllo will bo let The iiiHtrn inontH to bo used are of the latrst lone distance kind. Messrs. Mac. Wheat, of YoBi'inite, McCarty, of Mt. S,lm, James (Jonilieat, W. Allen, of Hustonvllle, F. Tom B.ildock, of Duunville, and of Phil, Cashier li. H. Prowitt, of Liberty, hnvo thin matter in hand and insure its sue ' cess. If McKmnev Htid Stanford deaire connection tliey will be gladly accepted and the amount of stock neciMaary lor them to raise will be furnished upon application to the president of the company, Mr. F. 11. Oomheat, of Phil. At Linuio njl waa peaceful and Mr. Frank Hell, the merchant prince of the amount of village, waa doing hi busmen aa indicated bv the mK) drtu etfk'H he had taken in the past few daH Dnnnvllle waa quiet. This an well as many other aectmimdeplonva the audden .; death of Addia Vaughn, proprietor ol KiiBM'll Springs tor the past two yeara Ho wni traveling tor a Nashville grocory house and waa found dead beside a aprlng near Powersburg, Waynu county, lat Sunday. Ilia horto waa standing near him when found and there waa no evidence of a utrtigglo Ho was about ' i Journal NO. 97 j STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1896, ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. HUSTONYILLE. Yoil will Circuit court onvenes hero next A; Harper bought in Marion Powell probably bo eurpnet-- to hoar from down Monday. county 17 Bteera averaging 025 pounds ,UM ,n t,,JH ,n1( of m,t nol of Mr. S. II. Martin has a largo school at :tjc. orMIU,t,Ht rj,or.IIJKl. uro.ving flection of at Maretsburg. The Presbyterians are expected to Florida ia almnH mmlvni sin tlm Tho ladies' aid aociety, Mrs. E. M. hold a protracted meeting the latter part UwM q jHtlIllrj( lsT 'rom wJjjo uy McClure, president, date. In lvi Florida Poyntor this week. met with Mis. Wm. ol this month, A few days since Mrs Kaufman re8i,ipp,.d ,uuly (..WO.OOO box, h of or- Too attendance at the institute ir -- ceived a fall while attempting to climb KiN m 1sj only nhont 70,000 Hiid UiIb creases weekly. Mmh Fannie McFerran a fence, which resulted In tho breaking y,.nr , ,)(J Krott(.rH cI1nl w is one of tho lato additons. o her collar bone. She is at present M0I1H alovB Hit. "frenit lino" to nl.l. The Ttio ,,,, tuteare teachers and pupi's of the insti resting easy. lrMB Ml.r(t kllH, JlIal BH , propiring appropriate exercis a ,.,. )lH.(lt,,IH(1 , Undo John Tomlinsor, who tai o for tho evening of the 221 of February care of ttio cemetery, is rejiorted as seri.1iatr..lnie to sne grovo after grovo vuth Misi Helen Ritchie has charge of a ously ill. I'ncle J jbn has intny frienda . , , ,J0 f x ' music cImhs m Frankfjrt. Her many Alio will regret his iilnees. There is friends regretted loo see her leave J much sickness in tho community. On o Oltl.ANIM), I'l.A , A Lancaster Man Tolls About Florida. Fell. . d JJL ,,rtlin, v VXL " " " 14 AT 15 a- ,, Ladies' woolen hose worth 35 cents at Misses' Misses' 25 cents. 10 oIN-ncy.lMlM- kl innnn'".. ,,. .- .JJ, '"'" " - 1 i I , uul bear .......IT I... not .. for four ......ara. Thm IU II1FU ...... vi.,iiNu fUl II , inn niuni j. .. K k'lUVll wiiiii lilt orange county: in the Mate. Our old friend, "Shx" Uurdett, Iih at Killar- ney, about '20 milca from here. The county, like nil Florida eountioH, is very Urge, hem, about 00 miles; njuare, or nearly ho Syfax had n very lar,e, fino rove "Ix fore the froezV, but all his tree are dead. Icumo horo yeaterday afternooi), am introducing n new enncurn in which am interfOtod and ineetinu with great I hnil only born hero a coup aticcecH le of houra and wbh walking down the atreot, having no idea I peraoually knew aainglo human in this place, when I cniiio faca to face wirh your brother, I'. It Walton, who readily recogni7id me, Mini as soon a he apoko ri cognized him bIho We had iniite a lenuthv talk tvBHfnl will 1 1 ..,.' ' Utlll till tlk 1 ' lis' A i Mr. and Mm. the former in Orlando a fow days since. Ho tel a me that ho - here proapi-rttnfor a Iwatlon, having decided to leave Atlanta on airaiuitof hm health and will probably locate in savannah, a ii too dead in Florida. met quite a number of "quill push. era" on their tour to the National KJito- .... nt .!! iiti.1 frftrinti travnlml fnr rirtl :,and qu.to a uumber who -- i t -...i weru not quill piiKhera, but trave Ingon :. "'",ni"' to is looking anxiously to the, .,? . ., . . i and tilling , , i ,i the credit of the i .i- w lieu mo iwi ui .i vnt? iuu uuian iiHv thBphu-eaoeditor- who did not care to . 7, can mo aiumiierwiK u'mnnium i oniiit. nil anonuul nf u .1...loi...l (.....o with loadaof staves lumber. ,M.A... m delinquent auhscr.bera. "l good tunea are pronged of yore. I In In the near future then all vu'l be ,ap- ' Mac. Wheat, ttio merrhant ny here-- ao "nrM hut they got the rates on railroads. ' ... klni? sH. and he known hum hi lime a nil inn mmu umi uuru toJHted ns editora generally are. The OF A LOCAL NATURE. ratea in hoiiio phu-dwore not what they Winlleld IMoviiiH is in ;ail at Dan oxpectwl thoy would be, howover, and ville for stealing a horo from A. G. Kv I liiiird quite a howl. The Northern CMpitalinta have put milliona of dollars in noy, Collector Uodea' receipts in Jnnuary hotel property in Florida and as they are were the largest since September. Tho open only from two to three months, the taxes paid on whisky amounted to f rates must necpasarily be high, and then there aro so many winter resorts that ItwaHalla fake about tho electric the tourists aro very much scattered aud railway from Waddy to Frankfort, which move about from place to place. Mr. it was stated U C. Uradley had the con Flagler has six hotels in Florida tlmtcost on ii conservative estimate not less than tract to build. Tho retail liquor license in Versailles f 100,000, independent of grounds and bus been increased from f J"0 to 1750 and parks. He doesn't make so much on tho only five of tho eijht aalnona will renew hotels, but you may rest assured bis rail roads pull in enough to more than baltheir licenses. The annual declamatory contist be- ance accounts, at j and 5 cents per mile tween Hogsett Academy cadota will bo and on ono road I paid 7Jc per mile. Tho hold at the Second PreHbytcrian church freight rates from any point in Florida Friday pight, Feb. to New York are just double what they Judge Sautley told tho Mercer grand aro from Now York to Florida. Flagler jury that there were 1W persona in the and tho Plant system run everything in prohibition town of Danville, holding Florida in the way of transportation and government license to sell liquor. a great per cent, of the resorts. This, Sheriil T. 11. Robinson was estopped tho San Juan, is tho property of Mr. from taking Shelby Nil mi to the peniten Ileamau, sun o( the proprietor of Iratinry for n term of 21 years by a motion nian's Pepsin Chewing Gum, tl.o last tor a now hearing in tho court ol appeals. place I stopped, and a favorite resort, J. K. Kice, who wa8 left out in tho was bii.lt by Stetson, tho hat man. Dur-ncold by the reorganisation of tho First tho winter tho State is full of National Hank of Pinovdle. ia trying to Northern tourists, but thoy tly home start nnotber bank in tho one bank about April 1st. Many of them come bore nearly dead and go homo in the town. Near Cincinnati, David Hogio, color- clay. Well, I jiiHt Btartod to writo you a ed, formerly of Danvillo, shot and killed Dogio ia abort letter to tell you of meeting your Meyer Manes, a white man. about 20 years Tho mm ho killed waa brother, and I have stretched it out longer than I expected, but as it is Suna peddler of second band shoes. n day afternoon I bad nothing to do but T. L. Crow, tho horseman, made an assignment. write letters and read. I am going from Tho Hiblo hero to Tampa and Key West. With His habihtli'd aro S.000. College holds u uiortgngo on his farm for best wishes. W. S. Milleh. Crow is from this county. 55,000, A Wild Goosk CiiASK.-- Of this show, Somo mou sot (Ire to lUrriaon which may ho seen nt Walton'a Opera barn Sunday night and when ho House, Feb. 15, a Southern Kentucky He tried to put it out shot nt him. oxchange sayb Ohas. Hasty'a sworoout warrants for Thomas Short tho Widow O'Brien was and bis 8'in, Alex Camden, lluell Short as unique us it was original, devoid of all and Will Uowbdy, who had boon harass vulgar burlesque, and on the contrary, ing him for somu time. marked by a refinement and a subtle Dr. William T. O Asley, who was ap- pleasing humor that was laughable in pointed by Gov. Bradley to tho ollico of tho extreme. Pretty Alpha DeLloyd, first ftsiataut phyHician at tho Eastern tho widow's gay daughter, carries tho asylum at Lexington, is a son of Thomas soubrotto role most charmingly. She is Owsley and a nephew of Gov. William a dainty dancer, a cute singer, petite, coOwsley, after whom he was named mid quettish, in a word chic, and was born at Stanford, tho 15th of Februwas a prime favorite. Brysou Collins' ary 1S13 baritone waa also enthusiastically reJim Froxvllle.n whitomau who lives ceived. Ho has a rich wonderful volco near Steubenvilie, Wayne county, on be- and was equally good in humorous and ing suspected of arsMi, waa dragged from Bontimeutal songs. Billy Grillin, the his cabin and hung to extort a confession, banjo soloist, as the tramp, and Oris Hasbut was cut down In time to save bis ty, tho comical dutchman, wero a pair to life. Ho has sworn out warrants for "W. draw to, and created all kinds of fun. K. and Ed Jones, G. J. Marcus, Jim On tho wholo "A Wild Gooae Chase" Wright, Hartwell Spann and Bob Christ-ico- n is a good Bhow, and aa a laugh provoker and much excitement exists. is a success. ig ov-rth- inr , A.. "' "'". ",u"u'"' Hurdott, ho having seen 11 I .lliAHt -- ..... I.. :' 1 iZ . ... i..i.i.. ! I .... - f iuui , waJ J - m.i . ... ...... a " 100,-312.S- 5. 1 1 well-know- "ich-olasvil- lo Do-vin- charac-teruition- the Fork recently 7 persona living in saw sight of each other succumbed to the mill and grist mill near his home at deadly typhoid pneumonia within two Langford. He is saw ing lumber now for wieke. his now hoiibe. Ought tho ground hog to bo expectParties aro endeavoring to organizoa ed to appear on ttio first or second day Innk here. We hope they w 111 not let it ol February ? This is tho question that fall through this time as it will bent lit M agi'aling the local weather forecasters. tho county and Mt Vernon in particu- In orJor to avoid mistakes Mr. Colo lar. wilt use his influence to have the Mr Will Newcomb, of Galveston' Legislature pas a bill setting apart the Texas, consideiB this a good place to in 21 as ground hog day and compelling vest money, na he recently sent instruc- tho ground hog to make use of that day tions to buy several more town lots for under heavy penalties him in White's Addition. ' Willie Wvatt, son of John WyRtt, The L. ft N excels In the rapid died Sunday night at the home of his movement of freight. A car ol staves fither in tho Burnt Cabin neighborhood, u'npped recjntly from this oint to New of diabetes. Mrs. Ann Gastineau, only Orleans reached Kb destination in 00 daughter of James Wright, died near hours, having traversed a distance of SM Willow Grove school house Monday miles. Master of Trains II N. Roller night. She was tho aife of Albert much credit for his eiliciency in and was about 70 yearB of age. the movement of cars. She leaves S children, girls and 4 boyp, A touching ppectae'e was witneit'd all grown. She was a sister of Wm and on our streets at noon Mon.Iay, Jnn i;7th, Winter Wright. She was buried in as a long funeral proceaiinn follo.Mtd a Cemetery Wednesday afterbrother and sister to tlu-ilast resting noon. place. They were Wish Matsio aud Mas Mlsa Annie Balden, of Librrty, who ter Tobe Cartnieba', the beloved children has beon visiting here, returned home, of Rev. J. O. Carmiclial. They had bei n B'Tompauied by Miss Dolho Cabbell. ill only about two weekn, one of typho d Mian Nannie Brown desires to thank the fever, tt e other of pneumonia. Tho be- unknown friend who is sending her the reaved parents did not bear the burdeu "Home Companion." Miss Mcry Luek a one for loeing friends endeavored in has returned from Lancaster. Georgo every wh-- , by kindnees, to lighten tho WcAtherford, of Somei9t, visited his blow that felUo heavily upon them mother last week. Mrs Cloyd has reThe Senate met last Monday night turned from the South. Mrs. .Mary Bradat tho President E. B. ley left Monday to spend the winter with Smith called the house to order and ex her daughter in the South. Dr. J. P. erects were conducted with strict parlia- IMIe aud his charming bride left Monday mentary rules Messrs. O. C and R. G. f ir Covington, their future home, after a Williams made thrilling speeches upon pleasant visit to the relatives of the tho bill for discussion, subject, "Resolv- grcom in this section. Ed White, of ed that Wo Regard Cuba as a Belhger-ant.- " Hubble, ib visiting at L. B. Adams' and Misa Flo.Mr. Andy Baker gracefully filled attending tho Helm meeting. ra Whittiugton is at Mrs. John Reid'a. the chair as chairman of n committee of the whole The subject for next meet- The man) friends of Bro. Helm send ing is a broad one and we expect a mini congratulations to his aged mother at her of speeches pro and con. A tiiimhxr Stanford, who on Thursday celebrated of ladies "in tho gallery" testified their her 7'trh birth day and wiBb her many pleasures by giving their smiling ntten-tio- returns of tho same. to the minutest detail of the work. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Dr. Paine, a dentist from WilliamsFrom tho Advocate. burg, iaat the Miller House. Miss Mary The Intkuiob JociiNAi. brags of havMiller has returned from a visit to Texas. Mrs. Cleo Brown and Master McKenzio ing eeveu subscribers in one family, The have returned from a short stay in Louis Advocate has a case almost as remarkville. Mr. Higgins Kennedy is away at- able, where seven families read one pa tending court and Mr. Pottus is tilling his per. Mrs. Isabella Batterton died at Dan place. Miss Snodgrass, of Ivans is, is the guest of Mrs. Georgia Rico. Mr. Burgess ville after only a few days' illness, which Bethurum has recovered from a severe begau with a severe chill Friday mornMrs. Batterton was the oldest attack of la grippe. Farris White is vis- ing white woman in Danville, having been iting relatives in Crab Orchsrd. Mr. Richard Pierce is tho youngest member 01 in November. Six children survive of the Senate. L S. Marshal Stringer her. When a pnsperous young Stanford took an old man named Billy Dyer to Louisville, so as to bo sure to have him merchant went to College here he signed there for a witness at March term ol l his name "William Hawthorne Shanks," but siuco turning his attention from litS. court. erature to calico ho has grown painfully HUBBLE. commonplaco and subscribes himself ns plain "Bill Shanks." Ho still turns to Tom Underwood is on our liHck lino poetical, now and then, howevagain and everybody hopes ho cau make thoughts er, and in winding up a letter to the it pay to stay with us thm time. referred to the ground hog and J. J. Walker has shot and killed five Penciler, his followers, closing with these affecting dogs in his yard at night since they made lines such a raid on his sheep. If all would! But their hopes they built do likewise tho country would soon bo; Somowhat toe soou, For his shadow ho saw rid of so many worthless dogs. As ho played by tho moon. G. A. Swinebroad and wife aio visiting relatives at Huatonville. Miss Geor-- ' Mabih Guas, Feb. 17 ami IS. The gin Newburp, who has been visiting Mis rate of one fare for tho round trip will Mnttio White for some, days, has returnbo made via the Queen it Crescent ed to her home in Huatonville. Col. Route February 11th to 17th, to New Rice, of tho Hedgeville community, is on Orleans account Mardi Graa. It is the sick list. Arthur Burnett has re- the only lino running solid vestibuled turned from Peoria, III. trains to New Orleans, aud is 00 miles II. O. Walters sold a fat cow to Tom shortest. A trip over the Queen & Crea Elkin at2jc. R L. Hubble has returned cent to tho quaint and intensely from Atlnnta and reports a quiet mule city by tho gulf made to include a market. J.B Gentry sold his sorrel pony visit during the Mai di Graa season is deand his large bay lightful from start to finish. to Rowan Sautley for For furhorse to Bo wen Fox for $75. Jim Wood ther information call on or address Chaa. Bourne sold Ins combined guiding in the W. Zell, D. P. A., Cincinnati, O., O. L. sales at Danville for f'JO. John Under- Mitchell, D. P. A., Chattanooga, Tenu , wood aold some fat heifers to D. M. Prew-it- t W. O. Rmearson, Gea. PaBs.Ag't , Cinfor 2Jc. cinnati, O. .Mr. II. H. Baker is running a Car-psnt- " 15 " hose " 35 Ladies' pants and vests worth 50 and 75c at 35c. Ladies' Cloaks worth Si 5 at $$. Men's heavy underwear worth Si 50 at Si. Boys' and child's underwear worth 50c at 25c. Wool filling dress goods worth 25c at 15c. Outing draperies worth 25c at 15c. Winter gloves worth from 75c to Si SO at 5c to $1. " " " " 25c to 50c at 15 to 25. All fancy dress goods reduced 33 per cent. A splendid line of embroideries at prices never offered before. All overcoats and heavy suits at a reduction of 33 -3 per ceot. Home made comforts, large size, filled with good cotton, at prime cost. We are more anxious now than ever to close our stock by the first of March. Come look for yourself and see what we have. Any one who would buy a good stock of goods with a good established trade can find a splendid opening. 1- -3 1- HUGH TATE E Gib-tme- au I market. Call and 1 Uus-tonviil- o Ranges out of the Range of all other Ranges, yet within the Range of all wanting -- r AJSTGrlE? & CO. Eyes We have the only Wrought Iron Rane on the and see them. W. H. WEAKEN court-hous- e. Ay CRAIG & S350 Stock of Spectacles must go. ter Pad" Trusses are The Best. let t lour HOCKER'S. "WaSatisfaction Guaranteed. We are the Sole Agents here. n CRAIG & HOOKER, Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. The Charles Wheeler Emporium. We still exist. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, including The 20th Cesrfcury Boot Tailor made Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. Great Drives in Clothing. Fifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. 25 per cent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all Com- forts and Blankets. A new lot of Klegant Calicoes and Ginghams, "all it 5 cents. Ala-roni- a and Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save Respectfully, CHAS. WHEELER. money. W. B. IVIcROBERT Pharmacist and Bookseller. Has a Complete Stock of Pass Books, Day Books and Ledgers, All the latest Magazines, Books and Fashion Papers received as soon as published. Weekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions received. A calendar for 1S96 to present you. New, Fresh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions Perfect accuracy and dispatch. inter-eatin- g f-- o, The National prodibition couvenllon Titta-burhas been called to meet May 27 at g. , Mayor Todd of Louisville, haa struck a snag. Jude Field has upon an application from Col. R. J. Tilfurd Mr. D. E. O'Sulllvan and Mr. Charles A. Wilson, membera of the hoard of public safety, (ranted a temporary injunction restraining him temporarily from removing them from ollice. Col. Coit, whose command bad been called out to protect a manlfrom a mob and which at tho last extremity, under orders from Col. Coit, tired and killed several of the mob,.who;bappened to beJohn Hopkins, of Columbus, 0 , was kicked to death by a cow ho waa milk- long to respectable families, has after a ing. great trial, beon acquitted in Ohio. te Misa Ella Ewing, tho Missouri giant-eswho is now on exhibition in Cincinnati, is 23 yeara of ago, S feet inches in height, being two inches taller than tho famous Chang, tho Chinese wiaut, who up to the advent of the Missouri wonder, waa the record breaker among giants. Upon the admission of Mr. DuPont, the republicans of tho Senite will number 45, just against which the vice president can give tho casting vote, if tho populists aud democrats shall act together. An unknown drunken man fell in the river at Frankfort and waa drowned. 1 one-hal- f, s, with. A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in Sasl), Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles Metal Rooling, Farm and Yard Fence, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. ... Mi M 'U fcpWMt'MJt? "jwnNtj- VitCB' W af&rozs ( ihMI-WEEK- lNTERIORJOIflSIIJl 7, ISM Stanford. Kr., Fehrcary W. P. WALTON. rVJ M had not have had more cents than sense, be would have never paid so dearly, (he gave f 2,500 cash for the oillce worth less than $1,000) for the privileue of entering a life, which has brought so much labor and so small financial return for it. The Bame amount of energy exerted and brain tissue destroyed might have made him rich in any other vocation, but ho does not entirely regret that fortune decided as it did. The business has its pleasures and while they are few and far between, they make up for much of the drudgery and heart aching failures and mistakes incident to it. We havo tried hard to give our patrons a good paper and if we have measurably succeeded in satisfying them, our labor has not been in vain. We believe friend and foe give us the credit for bu honest purpose, whether they agree with us or not, and are willing to admit that most of our errors are of the head and not of the heart. In the future as in the past we shall leave no stone unturned that has news under it and shall continue to have and print opinions on every question of importance, no matter who may object With a smile for those who love us and a curse for those who hate, gratitude those who have stood by ns and pitying scorn to those who have tried to pull us down, we take this occasion to say that a permanent enlargement and many improvements in the paper are in process of completion and that with increaeed size and greater facilities, the Interior Journal shall be better than ever. Twenty-on- e years is a pretty long time one thing, but accepting the to stick to Bible assurance that it is not well to look back after taking hold of the plow, we have kept in the middle of the turrow and nronofio to continue to make a hand and a half at the handles for many a year to come. Acreatmany things have hap pened here and hereabouts in 21 years. Think of the number of marriages that are recorded in these 21 volumes, bow many deattiB have been written up and other important events dilated upon. More irrmrovents have occurred in Stan ford in these 21 years than in any other period of her life and still she lacks a good deal of being grown. In that time many a man dressed in a little brief authority has cut fantastic tricks and retired to be forgotten. In its effort to hew to the line let the chips fall where they may, the paper has run counter to the wishes of many and exposed tho doings of others, who after abusing it and its editor for a season, behind his back of course, havo returned to tell him that he was right and they were wrong. And if at present there ia a human being on earth who haB anything against us it is his own fault and we are ready to fight it out or apologize if the circumstances show that we are to blame. We. cherish no animosities and regard tho average man as too small to worry over. We are free, white and 21 today and hero's to everybody. May God be with us all und the devil get the hindmost. years !0 Wednesday, the writer of this saw for the first time his name at the head of a newspaper and read his silntatory in print. It was the realizition of a Iour cherished desire and be felt that full satisfaction, which came of the fruition of the ambition to becomo an editor. He was youufr, then, but no he knows better and realizes that if he Twkntv-on- k Man's a vapor full of woes, Starts a paper up ho goes. In the extremity of their fast failing hopes, the free eilverites, with Senator Blackburn as moving spirit, have determined to start a daily paper at Louisville to further attempt to ram their dogma down throats which will havo none of it. DanE. O'Sullivan is to be the editor of the vonture, but as much sparkle as ho can put in hie pen to make the worse seem the better cauee, ho will find that nnd public fighting the Courier-Journsentiment besides is a most too hercula-neaload for his rather narrow Bhoulders and have to fall by tho wajBido with dead n oodles of good money gone to tho al n dom-nitio- bow-wow- s. Aptkii the headless woman at Newport had been thoroughly identified by her mother and father and tho husband, whom ehe had deserted; as their daughter and wife, oven to "tho little hands and the web toes," and therd had been weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth for her, the supposed dead woman ap peared on the scene and ended that clue to tho mystery, which Dtill widens and deepens. Alas what evil times havo come upon us! W. O. Bradley is in jail at for thieving; Alexander Campia in durance vilo nt Richmond for bell stealing umbrellas, whilo George Washington and Henry Clay are doing time in tho Kentucky ponitentiary. Law-rencobn- Tiik Covington Commonwealth has a new head, but Editor B;akoly continues to wear hia old one, which would be good enough for anything if ho would dnyo tho froe silver mania from it. reports ahow that persons who reside in Knneai aro 30,423 natives of Kentucky, but it is not Btated bow many of .these left Kentucky for It is aald the census Kentucky's good. Four men on n spree at Pennington Gap, Va., injected morphine into themselves. One is dead and tho others may die. Charles Harrison, of Sergent, shot to scare what ho thought was n thief and fatally wounded his son who had been calling. vote. Four murderers escaped from tho Mr. Harrison is a candidate only for jail at Bunkie, Ala., Monday night. Two matrimony. The presidential nomina- were under sentence to be hanged Febtion has no charms for him and in a let- ruary 14. ter to the chairman of the Indiana reEdwin Uh), of Michigan, assistant publican committee, bo emphatically secretary of StatP, has been tendered tho says, "Yonr candidate I can not be." post of ambassador to Germany and has "Never since 1 left the White House," accepted. says he, "has there been an honr that I At Marlln, Tex., Prof. Ira Cannon, a hve felt a wish to return to it." T'vo school teacher was stabbed Bnd seriousNational conventions havo endorsed him ly wounded by a pupil whom ho wjb and that he thinks ia enough. He asks chastising. his friends to accept tho declaration that O. O. Pare, business manager of the he can not consent to have his name pre- Glasgow Times, was stricken with sented or used at the St. Louis convenof the brain while seatpd at a tion aa a sincere and final expression on Jinner table. the subject. This disposes of GrandIn a lineotype setting contest at St. father's Hat in the next campaign and Louis for a purse of $"200, R. W. Francis narrows the republican aspirants to four set 5S.G9S ems and John Clark 5S.4S2 in McKinley, Allison, Morton and Reed, seven home. with tho strength of Harrison mainly to The Courier Journal's special corre4t an. McKinley. spondent has been ordered from Cuba A. J. Gross, a produce man at Wick-litlThough ho has 'retired from journal- by the Spanish authorities because he has shipped since December 1, ism, to which ho devoted the most of told too much. pounds of poultry, 11,010 dozen egge, The Southern charity ball, given at 100 roon skiiiB, 12 mink nkinH, 50 oposhis long life, our old friend, Mr. Benjamin Harrison, of Henderson, has not Washington for the benefit of disabled sum skins and 5S barrels of hickory nute. permitted his pen to rust nor his mind Confederate soldiera, was a eocial and f-- J.0 Hilt, in the fall of 1SIM, to rest. In fact he only seems to have inancial success. for 50,000 lbs. of hogs to be delivWin. Smiley, town marshal of Proveditorial duties in order to becomo an ered in March 1S90, at ( cents per lb. author, for ho has just oompleted nnd idence, this State, was shot to death by From present indications Mr. Hitt will published a most delightful story enti- Jnmes nnd Jordan Hughes whiloattempt-in- g loose Borne money. Centralia, Mo., to arrest them. tled "The Pawnbroker's Son," for a neatGuard. ly bound copy of which we hereby reJ. A. Burk sues the Lakeland nsy In Mercer, tho Burgin Elevator Co. turn thanks. May tho hook go like hot lum for $3,000 damagen, alleging his has stored over 00,000 bushels of No. 2 cakes and fill the fine old guntleman's wife's body was turned over to medical wheat, nnd is buying more. Ren God students and dieaected. till to repletion. dard and Ohas. W. Robinson nre storing Senator Blackburn and other their liemn with the company, having The pool room tnun will havo to quit men are sud to have decided lo rjftifiHd 1.50 per cwt. j business. T.'ib Son.tte is sure to pass tho Htart their newspaper in R 11 Bronaugh, owner of tho Bin making the keeping of such Louisville about March 1. House hill Grass herd of Duroc Jersey Swine, Crab rooms a felony, leaving thorn no choice A tramp convicted at Lincoln, 111, Orchard, advertisement of which appears between shutting up shop and going to of killing a farmer, nnd sentenced to 17 , has just had 500 l.'l pige tho penitentiary. It is an excellent law years' imprisonment, asked the judge to in this pap-'rcatalogues printed at this ollice, giving and it will be a good day for Kr ntucky itnpoBe the death penalty. discription of the finest boars nnd sous when Gov Bradley ailixes his signature William Smiley, town marshal of for one if to it and the swindling gentry will havo Providence, Ky., wbs ahot to death whilo nntl price hat. Write to him you are interested in such matters. to go to honest work or to jnil. Tho pro trying to arrest James and Jordan Kit iimoni) Court. There were about visions of the bill exempt race trecksnud Hughes, drunken farmers. SOU cattle on the The prices market. country fairs and in no wise jeopardize Mrs. Harris Withers, of Eureka, S ranging from 2 to 4 cents, 31 extra the inteiO'ts of horsemen. C, took enough morphine to kill her be- good otifh bringing 3. About 150 mules cause her husband quarreled at her for wero offered. Medium found takIn a fight bet ween democrats and repubpaying a big price for a hat. One Lexington ers at from 50 to ?75 licans at Frankfort wo have no fears tho at Knoxville, A deathbed confef-bioparty bought 10 nt average price of JG0 former will not got awny with the latter. Tenn., indicateH that whrn n mob lynch- The highest price paid for n Bingl) mulo The average republican prefers to run ed Lee Sellers 10 years ago for murder, was 110. PuntHgrnph. rather than fight aud if ho stands his they killed the wrong man. ground one good democrat can whip ThoOwensboro Messenger bhjh thnt John L. Andrews, of Lnporte, Ind., three of him. But there will bo no fight hung himself in his barn and left n note Rev. Fred I). Hale set Sunday night to at the Capital. The rads see that the n warmed democrats are deeply, deadly and damna- saying that nothing was wrong, but that roast that paper, but It wb over roast and the people were disaphe was merely tired of living. bly in earnest nnd havo changed their Mifcs Mary Gill, of Pittsburgh, got pointed. In commenting on the sermon tactics to unseat members. which the Messenger prints in full, it gay and attempted to kick the chandeThe Georgetown Sentinel has gone the lier. She (ell backwards against a piece Hys: Some people may judge Mr. Halo harahlv, hut no word of unkinilncss for way of attempts to run two papers in a of furniture.and was fatally injnred. him will the Messenger print. It mereone paper town, that is lo tho sweet subAt Lakeview, a suburb of Chicago, a sequently where papers which dio in carpenter out of work and despondent ly details his own antics and quotes hie own words. Some people, lifter reading their infancy are supposed to go. murdered his father, mother, wifo and his diBtribe, may confiider that he has tlireo children and then killed himself. strong attributes of an accomplished liar LAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT. Under tho new assignment of the and a low scoundrel, with all his preA bill to ropoal the act prohibiting supreme court justices, Judge Harlan we judge, him not of barbering on Sunday is before tho Sen- waB given tho sixth circuit, which com- tense piety, but handily We havo not considered him ate. prises tho States of Kentucky, Michigan, responsible theoe two years past. Wo Beckham's official majority in Nel- Ohio nnd Tennessee. trust, however, ho will not desert us. son is 7SI He was sworn in WednesThe Senate finance committee re- We still need him in our business. day. ported a free coinage substitute for the Hohbo papsed a bill to extend nouse tariff bill. The substitute agreed The MOST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUA LITY. the time for sheriffs to make bond to upon is an exact duplicate of the substiMar. 10, now that I'flanz is out. tute for the bond bill. Tho fool who wants all public Tho cashier of tho Standard Oil Comschools to fly the U. S. Hag has turned pany nt KaiiBRS City was hold up by n up in the person of one Daugherty. highwayman on the street Tuetday in Tho House tho substitute daylight Bnd robbed of ?51j. The higti M WHITE'S CREAM for the Graziana hill making pool selling wayman was captured and the money k a felony except at race tracks, nud paea-e- d recovered. tho original bill. Tho permanant injunction prayed Although more than half of tho YEARS FOR for by the Cumberland and Ohio rail- ft limit of the session has expired and road to restrain the L. and N. from dis- V Has lod all WORM Romodlott. nothing has been done, Gov. Bradley continuing the operation of tho Bloom-fiel- d 9 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.1 ta i r, hold v !'rfrlrr(liututiai8TS. emphatically says ho will not call an exbranch has been refused. An ap"7 HiciucnsDY ntniiiNK to., st. lows. tra session. peal will be taken. slNE?.,eiN8aMI1 Vim ami .iiinnm nt vrnrn ramn from the field correspondents at Frankfort and one would judge that democratic and ro- publican.'membera of the Legislature down with firearms and bowio knives ready at tho slightest move to proceed to exterminate each other. The republicans, they say, have determined to unseat Representatives Tompkins and Kautlman, in order to give Hunter a majority and in retaliation the democrats aro to fire a double number of Senators These Senators say that if such a game is attempted, they will force their way into the joint assembly and vote for Senator any way and the democrats have authored thosergeant-at-armto swear in Jack Ohinn and other such fellow, with a known propensity to use knives, to thorn from entering oven to tho taking of life. If force is resorted to, tho republican papers say that Gov. Bradley will call out trie malitia and then there will he hades to play. But all this seems mere eeneation. There will be no resort to violence, because each man will bo afraid of getting hurt. At the joint ballot Wednesday, with the new member from Nelson present and Senator Oilvie on hand, .Blackburn received 02 votes and Hunter GO. Several of the sound money men went over to Blackburn and Stege voted for IJunter, but five of the sound money democrats refused to be whipped into line. A dispatch from the seat of war Thursday afternoon Bays that there is yet no election of Senator. The republicans were afraid to unseat the two democrats and the ballot resulted: Hunter 07, Blackburn 02, Carlisle 2, glittering 5. Miss Guy was elected librarian after the democrats had carried an appeal from the chair that the time for the election had passed. Senator Petrio and both populists voted for her, giving her tho necessary 70 votes. Republicans withdrew Mrs. Shelton and refused to s pro-vent A bill to appropriate f 1,000,000 for J. N. Huston, republican of the U. S., has ma lj an assignthe erection of a new State houso, nnd creating a commission, was introduced ment nt Connersvillo, Ind.. by Representative Violett. Congressman Tom Settle, of North Tho Franklin democratic county Carolina, has appointed a negro his prl-vn- -- A MESSAGE- - x to committeo met and asked Mr. Violett to Btipport Blackburn. Mr. Violett replied that he was representing tho pooplo nnd not tho committee, nnd ho proposed to vote just as ho said ho would. The Senate bill making prizefighting a felony in Kentucky was favorably reported to tho House and at Washington n bill was introduced to make prizefighting In tho Territories nnd District of Columbia a felony. Its aim is to stop the all.iir "near El Paso." Tho WBr of words between Gov. Worthington nnd Senator Bronston, which occurred Tuesday was tho merest child's play, intended solely by tho latter for the galleries and tho newspapers, else he mightn't have been bo quick to mako up with tho governor after tho show was over. NEWSY secretary, the only case of tho kind in Congress William R. Morrison has served no tico on tho Illinois democratic State committee that the free silver idea must be repudiated before they can use his name as a presidential candidate. On account of a mad dog scare every dog in Barbour county, W. Va., has been ordored killed. Of the citizens bitten, two havA died, nnd eight are or havo boi n in New York for treatment. The Louisvillo and Nashville nnd tho Plant Bystein aro paid to be in a combination to secure the control of the Knoxville, Cumber land Gap mid Louisville, nnd the MsrieU nud North Georgia To The People From the Louisville Store. 3 Every department ransacked for bargains. The result, these reductions niid low prices. Ladies Ribbed Vests 12 now at 45c. at 15c. l-- 2e. worth 75c, go 25c, now NOTES. At Rockport, Ind., Seth Thomap, aged OS, stabbed to death in n fight John Cooper, 70 Harry T. Bailey, of Warren, O., died on a passenger trnin while going through Chattanooga. Dr. John O. Hale, of Fostoria, O, took aconite for paregoric by mistake and died in a few hours. Indications are thnt tho number of bids for the new bonds will reach 1,600, aggregating nearly half a billion dollars. Ezra Hamilton, who killed his rival in his sweetheart's affections at Knox-villhas been condemned to dlo March e, 27. con-gesti- Winter Turft, Burt nnd White oats F. Held, Stanford. Robert J.'s winning in IS'M were ?21H)00, in 1S03 they wero JS,373. For Burt seed oats, best on earth. salo by E. S. Powell, Hustonville. R L. Hubble sold a car load of 15 Thousands of other things equally as low hands mules in Atlanta Monday nt JS'. All wool black Socks 15c. Seven farmers who bad endorsed such as Table Linen, Napkins, Towels, Crashes, Head Spreads, J Com- slgnment nt lorts, Ulankcts, &c. friends in batiks made an Many Choice things left in our .stock of ready- Paris. made Moberly & Dunn sold to John 23 sheep at i- - nnd to J. T. O'Hair 41 atfbO, For Salk. 50 sheep, homo raised. Haven't grass to keep them. Robert In the way of Suits, Overcoats, Odd Pants and Mclntoshcs, Leave Barnett, Stanford. your order for a suit made to order. Remember we carry a big line C. Vanoy aold to J. C. Johnson, of Boyle, 37 shoAts for April 15th delivery of at 3.'H) aud the rise. J. C. Johnson, of Boyle, bought in the Shelby City section n bunch of heif ers and steers at Oil Cloths in Profusion. A Logan county farmer has a sow 11 3 ears old that has brought forth 210 pigswhich sold for 2,100. Louis Walz bought of M. O. Vnnde-vee- r n bunch of fat hogs nt 3c and a fat heifer of G. D. Boone at 2c. R. L. Hubble haa the finest hunch of yearling mules in tho country. There are IK) of them aud most of them aro 15 A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietor, hands and over, Four hundred Texaa cattle are to be T: D. RANEY, Manager. shipped from New Orleans direct to This is the first direct heavy Branch Stores. shipment of the kind. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Itwrcnccburg, Cynthiana, Monbars, 2:11, a champion at two Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. and three years old and a good race horse since, only brought 11,500 under the hammer nt Lexington. 000 bales of good timothy hay for Does Your sale. Will deliver on the cars in Crab Orchard at GOe per 100 lbs. Seed oats and corn also for sale. John Buchanfor Bale. Worth is and 2oc. Ladies' and misses' Union Suits Ladies' and Misses all wool hose worth Strawberries Hre ripe and peach trees Lace Curtains worth 75c, $1 and Si. 25, now 50c, 75c nre in full bloom in Florida. Unlaundcrcd Shirts worth 50c, 75c and $1; now 25c, FARM AND TRADE railroids. ITEMS. and $1. Mens' 50c and 75c. Seamless Black Seeks, 10 Cents. Bin-gntn- an CLOTHING, 2c Carpets and Mattings, &c. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, Brz, V.a-gla- House Need Paint, Paper, Or Varnish ? e, II,-55- 2 We HAVE EVERYTHING We want your prescription NEEDFUL con-trade- d In that line and we fully warrant our goods. work, too, and guarantee quality, accuracy and price. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. free-silv- er free-silve- r Furniture, Undertaking, Carpets, Wall Paper, W. W. WITHERS, Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. o i LOOK HERE I Sccdingjtime is now right at hand; we have a large'stock of Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c. Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examino our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting short and we are offering special inducements toclose out a nicc line of Buggies and Surreys. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. B. K. WBAREW. UNDERTAKING - ! "i WORMS dL, Jm mrC5T .HV ! &: UY - wW - -- -; ;o l0-da- MRMIFUGE! 20 Practical Trimmer, Emfoalmer And Funeral Director. Also,carry a nice lineol Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. J? mi-Wee- InteriorJournul i PKAitt, corset shields at Shanks, S'omk of ttio latest things in collars and " tiea now at Shanks'. need no recommendation. Stanford, Ky., Fkhui'ahy Hamiiubos, lacea and insertions 7, 189G great variety at Shanks'. Da.nks is closinK out iiin imitation rIbbb at bargain prices. in cut E. C. Walton, Business Manager Lkt'h take a "Wild Uoobh (Jiihbo" Feb. 15. It will bo aw fully funny. Wk are temporarily without ti watch .9. repairer, but during his ahBuncu your Jt'HT received several car loads of good work will he hunt to tlio city, repair and accurately done aud returned boxing which I offer cheap for cash. A. to yon without any extra charge. Pen- C. Sine. ny b Drug and Jewelry Store. Coal sold for cash or exchanged for all kimla ol grain and feed. J. Ii. Ilaugh-ma- n thor-ouRhly - I PERSUHAi POINTS. A Co. Mil. W. P. Hiiadbiiaw, of Turnersvillf, One of the best brick residences nnd agent for the Victor Safe and la doing a tho best located in tho city of Stanford good business. for sale. J. S. Hughes. Mm. PhissikT. Duyk, of Hustonville, Is Invitations to the marriage of Mim Sara, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. John Pearson Hlnkle, of Louisville, to Master-sor, Kkk the now ways in carPeyton, Eeq., of Knoxvillr, Lave pets and picture framing at Withers'. been received. The event will occur at the Fourth Avenue Metlodist church, Wk are solo agents for Fuller's celobra-toLouisville, at 8 p. m., Feb. 12, Hnd Mr. row and calf remedies. (Jraig & Hook-e- and Mrs IVvton will be at home alter the 25th at WJ Temple Avo, Knoxville. The A new, handsome and extensive line prospective bride is said to bo a highly, nf HumlmrtFa anil tiinurtinriM Rt. Mhnnlra' . accomplished, handsome and wealthy w.. V..H..HU ...aaWl.. fill . hady, while the groom, who used to live Cam load of farm wagons just received here, its a thrifty husineps man and pros at Karris & Hardin'a. Also a lot of road perous lawyer, having been forn number wagons. Call and see thorn. of years a partner of Justice . Ingorsoll. Many friends here send con- A I'oi.tion of the spring stock of clothgratulntionH in advance. ing lias been received at Shanks'. You can now get euita there from 32$ to $13. CHURCH AFFAIRS. wall-pape- They n WE ARE MAKING 3 Pe-nang- r. A GREAT RUN i Xta- -, ! W. m W. !Q. u v. '"lfc fc. .. m m . . -- 'Si. - . o 43"iteT. M"-- " . Mf -Trt r tB- - iM ; . -' i - I! -.- ' ZJA 'A On ex-Chi- ef Scasorable Goods, such as - m 1. At a monster temperance meeting at Arrr.it your house la burned it is too late for a lire insurance policy. So no Middhshoro, 000 people voted against spent hovunildajB Wanted Everybody owing mo to We are in the lead on tho issuing of any more liquor licence Sattecns, Cambrics, Laces, Hamburgs, &c. Mrs. W. L. Kvanu. come and settle within the month of now and get you a policy issued by JefBe there. Prices. Our Assortment is Complete. Misiga Annikand Katb Alcoun aio January. After that time my collector D. Wearen. Do not put it oil'. One fare for the round trip has been visiting the family of Juilu J. S. will call on you. Dr. J. G. Carpenter. Lamamteii people are making strenu- agreed upon uy the Western lines for the at Someraet. ous ell'orts biuI Btrong appeals for a bet- meeting of the Baptists at Portland, Ore., K. L Dudiikicah, of Lotiinvllle, is at Undine of Spring sampleH has been ter railroad service and tho L. A N. ought in May next If net, won't you be one this year? You won't be sorry when Jan. i, his fathorV, Col. Hull Dudderar, ill witii received and if you want a tailor made -- Rev. O. K. Powell, eon of Capt. B. F. to give it to them. She iB worse than I S97, rolls around, when you figure the money saved and no Dry yellow jaundice. suit tall at Shanks. Tho many hiiiIh wu Powell, of this county, has been called side tracked now. Miksks Flohksik Hauhih and Katit) have made is the only advertisement wo You will forget about hard times. by the members of un- Christian church Goods bills to pay. Simpson, of Lancaster, are visiting at will use for future sales. Try Shanks Wantku. Everybody who comes to at Russellviltft as their pastor, and has Mrs. Ann Duddcrar's. once. town Monday, county court day, to call accepted the call. Miifl. Waiihkn accompanied Hon. K. The historic First Unitarian church Ir you will "drop in" Monday or .see in and bee our new stock of groceries, 0. Warren to Middlesboro, where ho the businecs manager on tho queensware, tin and wooden wre, plow on "Meeting Housa Hid," Dorchester, street and A went to sell tho Welch property. Mass., a familiar landmark and the oldnay your dues to thia olllce, you will go gear, Ac. Warren Shanks. Mil. W. L. McCaiity, of Kingsville, home with a consciousness of having Some scamp stole Miss Uvelyn Goode's est church in the district, was dfBtroyed haa been laid up in Cincinnati for a week discharged an obligation that should not horse from the college yard Wednesday by fire. The loss is estimated a' SiO.OOO. or more with a severe case of grip. A good old Methodist lady, who albe permitted to hang over you. and drove him so hard that he will like Miss Ihkmc Uafhiuy, ol Lexington, was ways took up for her church, slid on ly die. Her fatner, Mr. Joe Oooile, A tiitut has been named for tho In whu whs here Tuesday, will likely start in town yesterday hunting tho guilty hearing that a Methodist cheplain had a kindergarten echool in a few dBjs. tkuioii Jot'itNAL. As the Journal has been appointed to tie penitentiary: been a "good tiller," pretty hot at party. ' One of our prohcliers ought to have been Mks. N. A.Tykkk, Mrs. Ann Dudderar and Mr. W. M. Dudderar have all one end and smooth at tho other, of AmithkhStohk. A. I'rbansky A Co., given the job. i here are more Methsplendid flavor, a good drawer and nicely of tho IxtiiHvillo Store here, odists there than auy other denominabeen sick with the grip, but aro better. Mips Aiki.k Savii.uy returned Wed- wrapped, It should smoke well. will i pen another at Flitbethtown about tion." Advocate. nesday morning from a protracted ami March lBt. TIiIb will make 13 stores for K tier W. It. Davidson's meeting at delightful visit to relatives in Uallatin these enterprising gentlemen. Thirteen Double Spring, closed today with 31 adKai.ny weather and warm for the time is considered an unlucky number, but its ditions, 2;5 for baptism, with a genera' and Natiliville. of year bus predominated for a week till dollars to doiighuuta it will not prove ho waKHiiing up oi the cntircii. Une arrived Monday, yesterday at noon Mjm May Ahamh the sun broke out in mul 1h with Mrs. from that hail bnckslided !." years ago all ita glory. If the, signal hervice be in thia case. Ilower, on Lexington avenue. Tho crunch has called Bro. Davidson for right though his reign will bo, of short de? MiDDLEsnoiio lots are not much in Hariodsburg Saying. duration, for it predicts threatening mand, we learn from Aseignee It. C. half of his time. Youra truly, K. B. W. A MiSNiii. S. H. Baiuiiman and weather for Friday. We were on hand with it and bought goods at Warren, who sold Col. W. G. Welch's Ca'dwell.Jr. Tribblo went to Middlesboro to eee alter interests there Wednesday. A half inThe cwiuueeiotiers of the Western Lookino Dispatcher 0. A. Moore tho First National Hank's interest in the in five others Lunatic Asylum have adopted resoln- telle, us that dispatch freight from the terest in one and a fourth sale. Welch aMignmont were bought by It. C. Ford for 359. They tionfl protesting against the confirmation Mm. a nii Mm. J. 1L Hauuiiman aro vis- LNst to the West over this division ht.s S,0:U.22 when the cost the colonel of Posted as steward of tnat institution. iting the mountain towns, where Mr. H. Increased from It ears average a day to Magic City was in the height of Judge Perkinx, of Covington, inBup thereby I" Wednesday, when tho N. A W. turned sells largo quantities of Hour, pressing the poolrooms, has ordered over that number to the L. A N and it ita boom. pleasure. combining uunlneNt and Is likely to keep up to that point. That Mr. J. A. Allen baa done a good Charles Bollinger and Sol Sharpe to Miha Lavinia Shannon iB with Miss Their Loss is your gain. papers in court to show that they deal toward the building up of Stanford. Clara Morris this season and while in Tub Joseph Price Hospital will close During the 22 havo disposed of their establishments, fb the following will prove: Louisville last week, her acting was tho its doors for a week or 10 days in years since he graduated in tho carpen- claimed by them. much favorable criticism. subject ol order to give Misses Mamie Boazley and ter's trade he lias built by contract lor Mica Hki.i.k Hoot was elected to a posi- Lou J. Klliott, housekeeper and head white residents 35 dwelling houses, one NEW ADVKBTLSIMKNTH. tion in the sewing department of tho nurse respectively, a much needed rest. church, three store rooms, the Odd FelDeal & Dumb Institute at a imeting ol Considerable improvements will be made lows' Hall, one tin shop, two law offices t le directors held Tuesday, Director S on the interior of the building in the and the public school building. He as- WANTED-A- N IDEA2ftSSl!8 mean time. H. Shanks tells us. sisted in but'ding 115 dwellings, the town thing to patent? Protect youriileag; you wealth. Write JOHN a hring A (lAHHAitii county admirer pajs Attorneys, CO., Dai'ciiieiity. Mr. John Hright tells us hall, a church and haa done a world of U. C., for tUclr l'ntont nrlzo oiler. Washington, high tribute to Col. J. W. Cuperton, of Sl.bW Jeans Pants, 39c; Wool Fillinqj Jeans, 50c; Good Wool Jeans, $1;. repairing. Mr. Allen haa also built a Madison, and saH he is sure to be sent to that the grave of old Capt. Win, Daugh-ertWorking Shirts, 15c. who raised a compaur mid wont to dozn or more houses for colored peotlm National Republican Convention to the Mexican war, through which ho ple. 9 m represent this district. fought to the close, is in a neglected conJohn Kmiibz7.lbmb.vt. Mish Annk Shaikh returned yesterday dition in the old burying ground on his Kdmiston, of Crab Orchard, wbb Brrested from a protracted atay, during which 2 farm and that it Is practically unmarked. by Deputy U. S. Marshal Stringer Wedtime she visited friends in Louisville, Mr. Bright thinks that tho gallant old fel- nesday and taken to n commissioner at (Water Proof.) Memphis and the Indian Territory. She low deserves a handsome monument aud London, who held him in $1,000 bond, is looking splendidly. ho will see if siiillcient monfor trial on the 12th. Tho editor of this Mil. S P. Sai.tku has not yet namet to that end Knee Pants, ioc Wool Mitts, ioc; and many other things at Equally ey can be raised to place one over his re- paper hiiH been aware of the einbezz'e CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.g the date, but say a that during the absence Low Prices. mains. ment for several months, but owing to of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Likln in theSoutl SURE nnd CERTAIN CURE ago of Mr. Kdmiston and ilia family known for 13 yonrs as tho he is goinir to give a hop that will cup An intellectual treat is promised our the wo kept the matter quiet, while at the of anything ol the kind ever people Feb. l'.. Byron W. King, presiBEST REMEDY for PILES, the chinas Haiuo time wo lelt that wo were doing tho in Stanford. NOT.l) iiVAi.ii Jim Been dent of King's School of Oratory, Pitta people of this county injustice to keep Si'iCAKi.NHof the concert given by Mrs. burg, and a reader, entertainer and lec on tho subject, since The Bailey, tho D.mvillo Advocate buj turer ol much renown, has been secured them uninformed a Mr. Kdmiston is member of tho flscU highly pleased with the by Mifs Mary P. Harris, audience wr.s tho accomplishpiano playing by Mies Dollio Williams, ed art teacher of the college, to give an court and has a big vote in tho manageand not only mjnefited a second solo entertainment for tho benefit of tho tut ment of the llnancea of the county. By papers, which we were shown pome from her, but gave her a yerv hearty room of that institution, winch is almost the Acres of Grass, and ago by tho detective, it Sixty-fiv- e destitute uf furnishings. It will be given time Acres of Oats Land Tit it Danville Advocate is authorized to at Walton's Opera House and all who go was Mi. Kdmiaton'a custom to charge himself with just 10 per cent of the Will lie pulilirlv rental it tnnlord County Cmirt Mr. Uobert Harding will not be will not only bo well repaid, any that but lend amount of money ho received from or day, Krti. to, 1896. between the linura of 10 ai.J a candidate for tho democratic noininn-tim- i their aid to a good purpose. o'iSock L. I.. DAWsuN, II HKH.HT, ders, Ac If it was f 100 he put down J 1(1, Had lie entered tho far f?nnirrflMi. Kiori J. It. 1) w8oti, ilecd. showstrongest "), )0 cbii's and so on, thereby Tub newcouncilrneii were sworn in if f race lie would havo hud tho support ot many warm wdmirera who last mgitaa follows: I) W. Vandeveer, ing it was a clear case of an nbstrnctkn believe him worthy of the honor of rep- J.C. 1'iorence, J. M. Hull, J. B. Mer of funds. Mr. Kdmiston is wellstrickin i resenting the district and who aro confi- ahon. W. L. Withers and T. 1). Knnoy, in years, has just lost bib wife after fcl e all new except Withers and Hail and all washed ridden for more than a deepdo dent that lie could be nominated. received a telegram democrats but one. Mayor J. N. Meno- - and having ahvaya borne a good reputaMi.h O. C. (iIvkss from Paris jeeterday stating that her feo will enter on the full term to which tion, much sorrow is felt that ho should on tho I'ape Fence Seo HulT Kef p you father, Dr. Noah Moore, who 1ms been ho was elected by the people. Ho has now bring disgrace on himself and famiL. Dtwsop, J Hright, R invalid for seven years, was very low by election of the council filled the oflico ly, and it in hoped that he can explain Duililerar, J. Chincell' r anlIIether who h Cobb, an YA Carter, II. e uf O A PEYTON, Btanf nl, Ky. tU It. and would not likely last through the ainco the death of Mayor S. U. Hocker. out or bo let off lightly for Lincoln County. 95 3m Aent day. Little Lucy Miller U too sick for An attorney, a treasurer, a chief of police MATRIMONIALMATTERS. her to leave and she will likely never see nnd a clerk were to bo elected. It. C. Warren and W. II. Miller were baid to be S. OWSLEY, him alive again. Thomas Slodd. 7(5, and Mies Fnnmo dispntch told ol tho doctor'B candidates for attorney, W. M. Bright and Short, IS, waro married fit Lafayette, ' I a cimllh'c for Ccng ess in thlt, the Eighth A later unmet, i.ttije-- i nine action oi int ucmociauc A. A. McKinney for treasurer, 0. J. I n,l. death. arty. Xowland and W. T. Saunders for chief Par-liV. F. Lillard and Mibs Louise CITY ANDVIHINITY. of polico and George B. Wearen for of Newport, wero married WednesISTotioo clerk. for spectacles. day Mr. Janus B. Cook, of this county, Thy Danka i BadSi'blu Frionda in this county, was best man. Those owing the estate of J. A. Harrit are re Nrw Btylo of neckwear at W. H. where lie was born and raised, will reA Portsmouth, O., equireBent pret-tquested to settlo at once. Those havtn? claims AtShanks'. Myrtle Crabtree to jail for against it will plousc pnsent them properly provgret to hear of the bad spell of RepresenS. T MAURIS. en Kor J. A Harris, 94 Foil Sale. Several Bha'eB of Farmers tative Sam Carson. He ia a bitter parti- 30 daya because aho whlupoied to her Co'b. stock. Apply at this san of tho republican variety and wivs lover in church. Bank A Trust Tho Courier Journal sayB that R. W. bo anxious to Beat Werner and turn out otlice. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Tompkins that he couldn't wait to hear Crenshaw, of Jeirerson, Biid Misa Janio at Mrs. Kate More boarders all the evidence, but presented this mo Smith, of GarrBrd, eloped to Jetl'ereon-villNicely located and first- Ilumember we are the exclusive nccts for tre and wero married. tion, which the democrats requlrod him celebrated cIreb board. Kuynolda, aed 59 and twice Milton to put in writing: 'Mr. Charmun I Mrs. Mollie Martin, a Falls Brcinch Jellico Coal, Take your watch, clock and jewelry Move that this Committie Reomuud that a widower, iindof 27, wero married at tho Jeweler. Work Werner is ntitle to tho Seet on account comely widow Alo that it will be to the intercut of eerybcdy repairs to Danks, tho and nee niir clean Cull. of Grose Fraud. S. M. Carson." Anoth- brido'a homo near McKinuev yesterday. to call thu very lowest. We Uoiiititlr Km at the guaranteed par the .ar Prices er republican who doubtless never learnOur people wero treated to a surprise mious, therefore are able to tell at the laweat price Come and see ut Tan colored valise lost between town ed to write auy moro than Mr. Carson Tuesday, when Mr. J. Alex Stephenson Uoo.l Coal makes red ashes, no cindor. Reid's. Hoturn to J. 0. Hays NOKI. ON. nnd F. learned to spell, got auothor republican and Mrs. Dbttio Pennington Alford drove and receive reward. 9 Lsncastor to be to amend the motion and thio ia tho way through town en route to EXCHANGE dtuiitiee, towels, crash, it was written; "Mr. Blackburn amnied married, as hardly anybody here know FOR SALE jAtKONhTS, table liueua are umong the Motion of Mr. Carson by ading Illegal of their courtship. This ia tho second napkins and Collar Pads, Hridles, Check Lines, &c , &c. Call and see our votes. K. B. ..Biackburn." lloiiMianJ Lot in Crib Orchard, Ky Wo havo matrimonial venture of each. Mr Stoph. latefat nrrivuis at of Mr. Five moms and kitchen, cellar, Mower pit, stable hesu opm.sed to tho compulsory educa- onbon'fl first wife was a daughter Barni-hiui o.lier outbuildiugs, all in rlisi clats riyair ; a Lkavk your laundry with tion bill, hut wo have aeon tho orror of it. L. Tanner, of McKinney, aud ho hna well ol nver falling water all kinds uf fruit tries on Tuesday and reI.nt contains about Wearen, it gois out our way. Let it bo amended so as to re- a boy oiKht yearB old. Tho brido has uo and small Iruits. (chatue for small one acre. farm in a Will soil chean or than Friday. ia rented for i&y'i turns never later quire ignorant republican members of children. Tho coup'.ouM Bomowhat re- goad neighborhood. The place hov the place to They are the Itest. HughS'argtMit, who will to Mr. A McKiuney huve the Legislature go to school tho rest of lated and have known each other from anv one who dcMrss to look at it. far further address II. STEPHENS, bueine8. '1 hoy their lives and we fliiall give it our cordial childhood. May they And truest happi Information203 N. Limitene 5, Lexington, Ky. gone into thu P Ji Centrally Iftcatc-night. (but feeble support. nets in their union. caught 27 in one trap the other with her daughter, Kin-drick Cottons, Ginghams, Percales White Goods, Are You On of Our s, Customers ? - SEVERANCE & SON. al-w- STJGH BARGAINS "Were never Heard of Before. m m prop-iftor- s Dan-viil- o Kd-wa- rd Manufacturers Needed the Money lr ed 50c on the Dollar . pio-dti- ce to-da- y $18 Suit, $10, $15 thej-mnj-r WEUDKIt-HUHN- Suits for $7.50 y, T ABLER' S DII V Melntoshes Only $3.50. BUCKEYE rillU OINTMENT j 11 ;ih v. OVERCOAT At DISCOUNT. Public Hon tins'. en-cor- e. jiost-ofll- ce so-od- d 20 PerCentl THE GX.OBE BIOLIILsriEJ 1 I J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky. J. JR., n, to Creditors. y Kclntoshes, Slickers, Rubber Coats, Rubber Shoes, -- lt5-- ear-ol- d H. J. McROBERTS. Coal, Coal, Coal. Wanted.-Duddorar's- . -- o A-- m Plow Gear, Wagon Har- ness, Collars, -" letaSic Sewed Collars HIGGINS & McKINNEY. RATS.-IliK- RinH -- I J f"T'- - SeMI-WhEKL- Y INTERIORJOURNIV U; i: "Do you like mustaches?" "Yes, ery much." "Well, 1 dure say I shall Slionl.l Amuse, ; Evory Tuesday and Friday The Terfcct Kxercise Intlgiirule. Publlahod frerih mid have some as I grow up." "More likely AT Oi cour.o u ninii does not with to when you begin to grow down." N. a P3CR. YJCYlt 1T .A.JDV.A.IN'CXC liia hitting powers to bocomo a Y. Tribune, WWIien not aopatd 32.50 will Vie charged.VK pugilist, bnt tho perfect exercino comes Miss l'a.sso "Hear me! Onecnnnot from tho efforts of the boxers to develop cross the street without a lot of horrid load K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Thr dyspepec carries a dreadful made on hit men attiring at one." Maud Kthel up or if he were really hack It seems and en. Triln leave Stanford al 7.15 a rn., cturnltlg "They don't look moro thau once, do two men One of them ambitious, brainyand with listless, perv uh ngeilc : the other siik, H1G LINK OK- tt a:jo p. m. they, dear?" Cincinnati Knqulrer. out force Tho weak man wiighs the other one Th..,lr.c..,.. mnvli. able to do imttv Agent "Why didn't you take tho L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. and the next day because ot otk resideuco I recommended to you?" KOod Mtle one da, indiscretion in eating, l; may e able ome Most cne No. 4, Train going North 11 27pm Parvenu "It is so near the opera house to do nothing at all Constipolion 01 l caime " No, to. " m 3 ts that my wife couldn't hae used her ilh constipation. human sitkncss n the of lit Some " South Mo. is, of all 12 04 p m . " No. -- 3, ssmptotr.s arc siik and billions headache, dullcarriage." Kliegendo IJlnottor. 15 pin J Iom of appetite, foul breath, ness, Yeast "Men turn somersault.s on mmtysour sto each, belchlti;s hriulbiirn, pain and distress niQUEER & CRESCENT. horseback; 1 suppose, before long we'll ter eating. All these are Indi.aiise orels, and nil luer, stomach and bo ol Trains pass Junction City as follows: them doing1 it on tho bicycle," are cauvnl the constipstmn. Dr Pierce s I'leassnt by No. 1 South most 37 it .o6 a m No t North ...3 56 p m Crimsonbeak "Whv, man alivel that Pellets are the iiuUkest, easiest and not certain All Kinds and at Lowest Trices. a rn " 4 " ...1.46 p m slolent in j ' cure for this condition. They are H was the llrst thing l did on a wheel." t oj m 0 S am " ...315 action I 8 40 p m "10 " ...6 00 a m 9 " Yonkers Statesman. stamps to World's at cents In Notr. Nes. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no turDispensary MedU il Association, ItufWIu, N. "Here's the la tost thing in and Iff ... ner than Junction City, nor on Sunday. 5 008 page Common I r Pierre's nselse wntche.s," said the dealer. "A warrant- Sensi Medical Ads iser, illustrated ed waterproof case." "I believe," said Call and sec them. BucUlln's Arnica Salvo Mudge, "that one that could bo soaked oild lor cuts, brii sens The best sle In the FL'XCIHNG THE HAG. would be bettor suited to my needs." sares, ulcers, salt rheum, feser sores tetter, Indianapolis Journal. theso hitting powers, nnil thero is no hands, r hllblains. corns and all skin eruplious Jit positiscly cures piles, or no pay repuired. It is that will cotnnaro with hitting "Kver try to get a pass oor the luaranteed to give perlect satisfaction or money ASS IIKRD OF IIIK Ill.l'K tho punching ball for general develop- G. X. it 1.?" "I should say not. Why, refunded. Price cents per bo For sale by W II. McKwbru,diugglst ejectment of the niucles, a healthy stretchold Simmons, the prvMitlent, ni ing and working, but not straining. ed a deacon not long ago, and he reMr. Kred Webber, Hoi- The litt.c Tho tronblo with most exercites is that fused tho place, for fear ho would havo l.M M... daughter ol nail cold auu euugn nnun I, it a verv R. H. thoy either give ouo work where ho has to pass the hat." lndianaiKili.s.louraal. lie hid not been aMe to cure with any Ihini I Pror, sssswHJJMBsrSMAsiMijffiiTi sBjTMify na l Inn a t Ail v a jj it already or they reqniro bomo expen-fIv"No, sir," he said, indignantly, n.t ease mm sars ceni Potmic u nm"-iiW lloldeu, merchant and postCrab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Remedy, or tiresome or tinio destroying he turned from the electric light in master at W'est llnmtield.and the next time I 1 sTrVaVVHsVH5HsiBVsjtfflFa- r i like a ensrm. saw imhesaidit inothod to attain thoir end. his room, "1 won't stop here, Tho . .. ledy Is intended especially for acule threat an I lryr-irrii :i-- Pigs lor sale from the best types ol RrgUtcrtd Bicycling, for instanco, is a capital idee of a hotel's tryln' tor run up a bill Int diseases suth as udds, croup and whooping Is no herds In several different Males. Corres(ondencc Solicited form of excrci&c, but for 0110 thing it on a man by puttin' his gas iu a glass ,.,l, in.i u limmn for Its cures. Therecontains stock llrcedeis se ire 110m me danger in gnmg tt to children lor It gives ono moro oxerciso just whero mast ense, pos it can t be blowed out!" Injurious nothing men nnd women get tho greatest part of Washington Star. For sale by Craig .V Hotker, Stanlord, Ky. their oxercioo miyway. If tho bicycle A Wife's Cruel Thruit. "I wonPeople aic growing more and more In the habll was propelled by tho arms instead of by der," snid tho man who had been out IooVidk to Craig fc HocUr lor the lateit and tho leg, it woulil bo moro suitable for for the eenii)g, "why some bright wom- of of everything in the drutf line. 1 bey best Cough Hemeov. famous lor Us tho greater number of thoso who ride. Absolutely Puro.f en marry such inslgnifiennthusband.s?" sell Chambcrlsm's 1 roup and whooping cough. .olds, cures of Homing is an antidote for too much "William," she said, admiringly, "you When in need ol such a meduincgise tnis leni (GiK A cream of tarter baking pow- bicycling in that it exercises tho arms aro really too modest; you nearly do edy a tri' and on will be more than pleased with the nsult der. Highest of all "in leavening and upper parts of tho body, bnt it takes yourself an injustice." Washington For sale by Craig A Mocker, Stanford, Ky. la liocuiving Hie much time, and a strength. Latest United States aro necosary for hundred preparations Star. its thorongh enjoyThrew Away His Cane. Mabel's Itetort. "Malvl. I think Government Food Report. ment. Football is a splendid gamo aud nil you girls IlUik Cieck, N : Mr II. Wiley, POWDER CO., iuu ci an sorts 01 possiuimicri or lino ought, to wearthat wear coat and ests , was so badly ai'licted with rheumatism that ROYAIBAKING canes, and plug liut," said Charlie. he was oulv able to hobble around with development and strengthened frame, "Do you, 100 Wall Street, New York. Allcf using ti. ... ., Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit GuaranterM. Give uic Charlie?" answered Mabel, Chamberlain'sr,.r.l him i'itl itain much Iminov-eall. Pain lUlm ho was xt but it is almost impossible for tho aver- sweetly. "Well, I think you men that that he threw aay his canes allHe says tnis age business man a few years past boy- - part your other goal than hair in middle would liniment did him mote together put Ikxici. Horseback riding, lawn tennis, look most awfully the cunning in side For and tieatmeot 50 cents per bottle by Craig A. A. S. PRICK, sale at is and lit 5ILIN; INSl RANCH I s, handball mid racket aio all forms of ox- - combs." Courier-Journa- l. J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, Ilockcr, rtaalord Ky Surgeon erciso that might be discussed under tho Old Pompous (oppoM-V7". to women - Dentist, same caption, but all aro open to the Kisses at St. P.111I ure an expensive wheeling) "Just sec what the cycling Fame objections need of space and time tei le.tms the (li.l Kehal e Ml ' igsn Mutu Rates TWO DOLLARS Psr Dav. hid has done for woman; she is found luxury. At least thoy were to Thomas Ky fe I'siianrc In. of Detroit and opportunity to play them. Mi.h r.n now in the middle of th road riding Jtdib. a real eatato man, who was chargj write you all llic noil faiiiable plaits ol lasur Large Every ouo is not within reach of a Remodeled and refurnishes throughout. He a rrpreMri, the olj r.'iat ie Central with tho horses." Mrs. I'ptodnte and Commodious Sample Rooms. ed W,:W for hm oscillatory Htttnlione Omceover McK trts Pr g S..re in the tiwsley anie at j Wtri.huuwof lu omssllle. Ky, aad will II li Halls and office connected by Electric Hells. good gymnaMiun, and when ono is, it re"Well, at least there's one comfort to another man'o wife. be l to a hStral .hare o( your patronage. quires a gnod teacher to go in for this Prompt aud polite r ice to guests. 47 W ill l.c uady to a In ( the li.or. that an bo nbout that it's better than walking form of exeicif-- intelligently nnd get 1 aajr.iu.no im .,bcral sitni nia.l, no in,igi (, both cash tan wareTho Discovery Savod Uls Mf. M. S. ItAl'OIIMiN J. W. Havchman. out all theio is in it without troubles on the sidewalk with donkeys." X. in house and (.ounirr ..will L at i.L.r....! Y. Tribune. Mr IJ Colliouette. druggist, llcaveisyilln my that will last through life, Tho great . BOkTsiinMls. ntia. received New the latest sas Was "loUr Kings laNew Discovery i oe the. Call In goiMlsseenlthe Isig atstylesest u.t ' ited line cuuttd.y Parties wautini: at They Were Caught. "Has anylnxly life. snotiey should addles. grippe ami tried all and with danger of doing gymnasium work is tho taken I'alNt Lick. Kr. l.l Maul.jtJ Prices at low as the Pruasptallcnuoa guaranteed. Ur miles about, but of no asall a.l ta Am strain of which ouo is always in daugor. here a corkscrew ?" spoke up a sharp-nose- tl physicisos up and tld I could not lie Having ever brought to PROPRIETORS- old gentleman iu the sleeping was given . .. n,.r,i..,T in mv steie, sent lor lowest. Klcgant line l.mens aal Kmf rm.Itry Material Tho New York Tribuno, in view of from t iudb.gau Us MtSS LICCU IIKAZI.I.Y, tbeso various obstacles in tho pathway car. "I haw; wa.s the ready response a bottle get better andum. and using three JwUles IKJNT rORGl.1 THAT & Sunfurd, Ky from nearly eery seat. "Just as I began to about again alter woilh its Until; It Is to proper exercise, recommends tho folw a. up and without it. thought!" shouta-- the old gentleman, gold. We wont keep store ..r house drug store. lowing : THE FAVORITE fillLLS, springing to his feet. "And now who Get a tree trial at W. II Ms Roberts' HOUSE What a normal man can tako in tho - - Kentucky. way of exercise is a few minutes every will bo the-- first to sign tJie t4'inpernnoo AT M.KI.NNKV. K , euro for Headache. P. D. HIL.KY. I'roprlotor, pledge?" Proidence Visitor. s. - n,n for all forms ot lleadaihe II J.lectric Hasejusi been overhauled aad repaired do morning when ho takes his kith. It el U.U ll.tters has prove.1 to be the very Ust - - - Kentucky. torn to top i.jr the famous Richmuud City in hat Mil habitual should bo of a kind tonnuue, not weary; SHE DUG UP W i.iks, ol Itubmond, In.t HIS DEAD WIFE. . .rmanen cure and the most drwded e urge London. II you need livery give us a call. Nothing out and with capacity now incrrestd, aie dmng more and belter work s.ck headachr yields tons Influence e "' ss turnouts will leave Our stable. See uc to refresh, not tiro; to invigorato, not a I have movsd to my new Hotel and am bells, lhanescr with tor rates. In our Wldntr liono lliislmnit Wis ss alwho.realllc..dtopr.KU,e strain. This kind of exerciso is In cases ol habitual en prepared tban ever to accommodate the public Kesketh as head miller, the old reliable II V a fair trial aic of giwd NiMIrr .Murrleil Aeiiln. Itip.tlon Klectric Hitters cure, by .! g ,e. liood Livery attsched and every convenience de Hour and ta.r licatmrtit yo sum sure bring by tho latest development of tho IU and us few BLACKSMITH SHOP. the bowel. your griudiiig and when buying call lor our old She was evidently a brand-nebride nced.nl toneottothis ir.edii.lti ml Try It cm Ionl.ai.c ursd. Give ma a call, boxer's punching bag. Tho last thing in or..e and wall established hraads. favorite Pateul. I.s. FRANK RIL.KV tt school, and was not bst theuse v Cent, at A R Penny . Drug Siore work aad s atlsfictor punching balls is n ball hung in a frame, of the middle-age- d Wllluaranta3 rottle. nlv w.. mhw i..tcii dinner dnccs Try our hor shoer. IIATI.S A SUV which may bo taken apart and is small bashful about telling her loe story to suc ccsior to K. I. lannerA lavarlte Milling C. enough to bo placed in u good 6ized the woman who sat by her in tJu . A. G. Lanha-Jcfcn Is. Ct.stiec-.aaSPRIN'. AND SUMMER. bathroom. Fencing, trap rhouting, box- Euburban cor. "Vw, I thought you'd Iki surprised ing, all included, thero is nofhiug that Or Beautify the Ladies. so holds tho attention and works tho I'm surprised myself, for I inner did Something to Co muscles as this latest evolution of tho intend to get mnrried again and Dick, New Mats, "ower, and lacesl On pik i two miles East ol llustonvillc Con Dally open.ning Or STANFORD, KY , perfect exerciso boxers and athletes have Jie says he never intended to either. We the assurance to the trade that they wil tains The way it hapixmd was awful funny. findtn our establishment the same and all the Is naw fully orgsmrcd and ready lor bustnesi so long sought. with and bennets aLaml, n styleof patterns, hats When you havo secured one of theso Henry, you know, my first husband, leaning novelties in Millinery (or which we ate 140 Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Well Improved and in an Hiccllent neigti'mihood punching balls In a fraiuo from any of was buried in the old cemetery, and his known throughout the countrytrimmer for thes.hand lies well Will eschange for a smaller or a sDF I havesecuieda grave was gittin kind o' caved in look-in- ', . tho up to date gymnasium supply dealtor past favors, wc respect. cheaper puiv in this or any good county in the Surplus, 20,000. son. Thanking you an' I thought n he was a soldier fully solicit youi patronage heretofere so lilerall) state or would take a clean stock of grinvries and ers, set it up in tho bathroom, where it M D DUDDKRAR hardware in part payment In some live t.wn. or SUCCKSSOIl toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL &OASTLEMAJS may bo easily taken apart every day, if anyhow, I'd jes' hne Ih'ui dug up an' b.'stowed. will sell for part cash, balance in rise years' nine HANK OK STANFORD, UUUDKRAR. Manager. or longer if doited, lor further particulars call Now cU.ing desired, and putting on a pair of light buried over again in the Soldiers' cemMANAGERS, up) with the same assets and undst on or address. li. I). KKNNMA n the same management driving gloves bang tho bag up again.--t etery wouldn't cost no more than 83 im Hustoutllle, Ky Ijy provisions of us chatter, depositors are as up th' old grave nn' would be a Ojusmerce Building, LouiBvillr, tho top of tho frame, which represents fully protectml as sie depositors in NalioaaJ Hanks, its shareholders be.ng held Individually tho old timo ceiling, as fast and as hard heap more stylish. Agents throughout the South STANFORD liaoic to the etttr.t ot the amjunt of their stock "Well, I fixed to hao it done tin' as you aro able. No danger of straining & tueiein at the par value theieol, in addition to the them .mum uiTciru in sucu snares. It act W. A. TEIBBLE, Local Agenw or of overdoing. Yon will bo so tired in light. cem'tery men said it would be all FEMALE. : COLLEGE. ctccuior. sjmmistraior, tr.itlrc, Ac, mar fully aa Kentucky, as Fust news I know here venues as a few minutes that you will not by any sn Individual STANFORD, KY. STAN I' OR II, KY Dick my new husband, you know, but To those who entrusted their buislness to ui chanco overexert yourself, and tho while mB...h the Lincoln National Hank 3l inllato every lung cell, break I'd never see him before anil said I'd Guarantees First Class work In every par'icu-Isatanlsrd, we we here tender our many thanks and .IF VOU AKKGOING WILLIAM SI1KI.ION, Present Has had ij years expe. Prices reanna'.le down every effete corpuscle iu your blood had his dead wife dug up and carted trust they will continue to trautact their butinoa: ?' 3"' to the soldiers' graveyard an' rience. R aud clear away every chad muscle fiber. MRS. NANNIK S. hAUKI.KV, Udy 1'nm.ipsl with us, offering as a guuaalec for prompt atuu-lio- n to tame, our twenty years'buried an' if I didn't have her dug tip ei.ciue is Miss 1 mini I.. Martin, Pesidmg Teacher in the tabking and at liberal accutiimodatiAni as arc THE J W McGISNIS, J V. COOK, Study Hall; with sound baaking. agin an' put back quick he'd have the , , shop. In charge trimming shop. miii n ETIQUETTE. tit law on me. Of course, I was jes seared In ch irge paint Mils Mary Cowen, I'rincipsl ol the JJisi. Ie J J. William., Mt. Vernon; pjrtiuciit, still 'twas them old cem'tery men's SuBgestlons rilailo ly nu ITjierlenced THOMAS Y. . II Shanks, Miss Mary P. Harris. Principal uf the Depart itauloid; doin's an' I wa.s jes' as mad as he was CdiiccriiliiK Glftri, .lli'iiun, i:tc. incuts of Art and Klocuii n. J.S. Uw.uy, Manlord; me a puttin' flag an' flowers on a It has beconio a fad among young peoDANVIIXK, KY., S J. Kuibry, Stanford; ple, when offeiing birthday gifts, to se- strange dead woman an' Henry not (larsley, Stanford; J in All Kinds Next Session will Begin Wedneslect something containing tho gem p'lttin' any. Well, seeiif 'bout that Builder and Dealer LOUIVILLC 4 HASHVIllr. R. R. J. K Cash, Staaford; day, January 22. Carriages. of which bolongs to tho lecipient's birth brought us together pretty olTen an William Gaoch, Stanlord; Work done and warrant-e- Kcr terms, &c, send for Circular r all at the well that's tho way we came to git Repal-ina Spoclalty. A. W, Carpenter, MllledgevilU, month. Modern jewelers havo calendars Is the Use for you, as its College. give sati.fact.cn. All work done when W H. Cumuiini, Preachers dethat indicate tho gem for each month. luarneu. cnicago Tribune. lit promised. All accounts due when work Is oo S. H. ShsnWs. President, livered Your patronagr solicited. At a birthday party each guest should Too I.uuil for II In,. Dr.J.il. Owsley.iCashier, wear his or her birth mouth jewel in Make,close connections at ,W M Ilright. Teller. With a of pity And CINCINNATI1 some form or other, and at each plate ttie goodfeeling Jersey in her breawt LOUISVILLE OKHUSTON'VILLE. .New woman gaed tho birth mouth llower should be placed. For all points. Will carry a full lino ol genuinr- Oliver t'hilleil Tho menus may bo decorated with tho ution Thurley Tyivd, who had stopiied Plows, Sliver Steel Plows and repairs for ihe THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. Law, at the door to Attorney Gale and other leading (arming Implements. 'I he for food. "You arew UAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH suitable, birth mouth couplets, us JanNATIONAL BANK Walter A. Wood Mower and Reaper Machines, of she gazed with commiseration upon For any information uary : - Cultivators of the liest quality, bi'st lluggie lor OK STANFORD, KY JOES. HICK. Agent, his wrecked and torn yarmenta "sad-1the money, Phaetons, Surreys nnd Carriages ol Stanford, K, Gabriel ns thy truo divinity the richest qualities and (ancient and latest styles in need of clothes. Take, these, my Brings com datlou nnd gives ccnutaney. Ofhceon l.ancavter Street, opposite the Court ( The best grailool light buggy harness and the SlOO.OOO Pillows, cushions and sachet bags of husband does not ueed them." Suiting House Collections receive especial attention. 83 cheaper grades. Collars, liames, bridles for farm Capital Stock- breeching and strafi work of all kind tho action to tho word, she held forth a various pattern!) and toilet boxes in va... I lurposes, of all descriptions. Trunks, bags, travSurplus '"urliiture riety, all stuii'od either wholly or in pair of trousers patterned upon n very eling tolescopcs, horse blankets, buggy rugs, stose Only Duect Ln.c Hctwcen and stove fixtures, Uc nil ot wnn.li he incites Attention of the part with tho dry leaves of their special loud and resonant plan. "Pardon me, your attention and inspection and piomiso to deal that this l. tho onlypublic is invited , to the , far National Hank S month lluwer, may borve as novelties in madam" the derelict upon life's sea justly and act honorably with joii in all transacShortest and quickest betveen tions. Thaukmg my many customers lor their depositors are secured not tho way of birthday gifts. If covered bowed low and took unother look at only by canltal patronage In the rat year, solicit n liberal stock, but bv the stockholders liibi "tv Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, with silk, thoy may bo painted in her- the proffered wearing apparel "but I aa and wish them all a happy new yr.ir amount eNua. to the stock, . that depos.-lr- . Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, D. S. CVHI'KNI Is.lt. ol 8otf aldic designs which combine the mono- cannot accept your kind offer. I am .hi. institution are secured by a fund of Covington. Falmouth and JIuslonville, Ky, five sworn statement, of thecoudilion of the ooo gram or initial, tho zodiac signs and en route to Philadelphia, nnd if I incase are made each yearto the United Stales Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains characters, alto tho birth month tlower myself m these I might awaken somerun by Central Standard Time. itsat.ct. are e.amlned a U.m Time Tabid Nov. 3, 1895. 1 : : : Ky. Kuicrumciit agents, thus lecunn. ..i.i....V reach my destination." : of the iccipient. Tho donor's card may body when snd perfect safety to depositors. "" No 1. No 3. No. 7. bo fastened to tho gift by a tiny pin His logic miiht have been convincing, This institution, originally ettahli.h.H .. .v. TUAINS EAST. Office on Main Street, Opposite the p. tn. p. m, a. m. Deoo t llank of , containing tho month gem. This same for she closed the door gently and hid 6 55 5 i Franklort A the N,t,on1,,i ll3"1' "' Stanford a?a,-in SlVnd x Klkborn idea is suited to the making of wedding tho trousers in the trunk room. X. Y. 7C8 no the HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Stanlord ,n ,M,, ha. had pImmCZ? 148 "' Stamping urouud 7 7j 447 gifts. Tho following gems iu literature World. a 15 5 05 7 45 ' Georgetown,-!!.- .. ruuicu (uiticnctiOi 12 ,. ., Oilers his services o me peoplu ol West Lin- uuw wun ijcnmen y r?nr.,.', '. b UUplld aro suggested by tho authority quoted iu 5 7 5? A I'rloiul, Indent. An. C. S. Depot ior coln and Casey Counties, trull stock of Coitus y and 1 4 00 - 8 30 ..C .."".'''"'""'"'V'oapl Paris Tho Ladies' Homo Journal as a iost- Proprietors of and Caskets always on hand. First Museum Manager Iiusinoss honorable career Account, ol rpoj Q' D. ). Carpenter, Manager. t. wur.es, Cms and tndividual. re.cUull"'."..": TRAINS WEST. No. a. No.m. No. 10. No. 8. praudial offering, each guest reading or has been bad; but I've engaged a p. in. reciting his or her own mouth offering: a. tn. a m. p. r, curiosity that'll bring the folks o0 4 40 C LtQ Paris Tba Directory ol this Uank is compo.eu oi 9 CALL ON. January, "St. Agnes' hve,"Tenuy-sou- j flocking in. 637 STANFORD, KY C. S. Depot .. 1007 Forestua Reid, Lincoln count) , 6 40 6 41 5 55, 10 10 " Georgetown February, "Aftornoon In FebruSecond Manager (enviously) What S. T. Harris, Lincoln; 7 7 10 Having bought of P, W. Green hn Llserv bus" Sump's Gro'd 10 iJ 6ji5 March, "A Morning is it? 46 7 35 ary," Longfellow; 7 J. II. Collioi, Lincoln; Elkborn iness and added new buggies and horses, we arc 8 15 In 7 30 March," Wordsworth; April, "WelAtr Frankfort A... u 00 J. V. Hayden, Stanford First Manager (proudly) A girl who prepared to furnish STANFORD, KY , come to April, " Tennyson; May, "An S. II. Ilaughtnan,! Lincoln; really found a burglar under her bed. FIRST-CLAS- S SUNDAY TRAINS. TURNOUTS Pocket Key Checks by Mall for only jj Cents, Kvening In May," Walton; June, Puck. J.S. llocker, Stanford; Ltavs Goorcetown to 10 a. m; arrive Frankfort "A D.ty In ror llaggigc and Key Checks, Metal Cneck.of . a. i rlbble, Stauford; June," Longfellow; July, On short notice. The traveling public will find all klnus, lladgis, Dog License Cricks, Key too a. m Not Such u Treasure, Kltlier. us always ready and willing to furnish Drum- Kings, Chains, Ac Stamping on Metal and genM. u. timore, Stanford: Ltave Frankfort 4 39 p.arrivo Georsttown "Rain In Summer," Longfellow; Ausingle or Mrs. Bunting My cook never asks mers' Wagons, cithervery LOW double, or Carri eral repairing. Shop over M. 1'. Elmoin'sb- store, 5 The! Kentucky Midland Railway and connecT. P. Hill, Stanford; gust, "Forest Hymn," Uryaut; Septem6PRICES. The btanford, Ky. aKsof allkindsat and cheapest rcute to all ber, "Hymn For September," George K. L. Tanner. AIcKinn.u? nn afternoon olT. for boys in and around town will also find us the peotions form the shortest and West. ple to deal with. Stop with us when in townal Knots South, Kast, North apply to their agents. M.J. Miller, Mt.Vernon.Kr Mrs. Larkiu What a treasure! Herbert; October, "Pleasures of AuI will ta TT TTAPP courts and entertainments and your hone and ye - For further information for c$h Agent.. Mrs. Punting No, she never asks. hide will be well cared for. fllLalLO. taninrd or In trudu tor leather on J. Hockor, President ; c. D. BERCAW, Gen Pass.Gen. Sup tumn," Koats; November, "Doath of ....... .iu. t ww... nrat- mv home -tn Ottnn Joo. J. McRoberts, Cashlor; s G, u. cooruK a,aiu( U GKO. B. IIARPEK, Hec'r fit tho Flowers," Bryaut; December, "The Bhe takes ouo whenever sho wants it. Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky ' Helm. Chat. Ennilin, Tauncr. 8; Frankfort Ky A. A. McKinuey, Asit. Cashier ; Bay City Chat. Holly Troo," Southoy. GOOD HEALTH PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. tlo-vol- A leopBrd which had gotten out of its cage nt Oineinati, clawed anil bit young John Robinson's head and would HERNDON-CARTE- R INCORPORATED. have killed him IibiI not attendants, llnd-in- g it was impossible to capture tho ani- We handle every thing on commission, nml do the largest business, having more buyers than other houses. Careful, prompt, and honest dealing is the secret of mal, killed it. The young man's condiour success. Correspondence invited. Price currents mailed free. ia aerioua, but not hopoleps. tion 313-31- 0 Murroll Court nnd 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. SHIP YOUR PRODUCE to CO. .1 .iT" "" deiange-men- PLOW GEAR, nine-tenth- s 1 HA RNBSS, ts SADDLERY, &o. h-- one-ctl- .t f5r'l'-,y'UJJirf- c '' 1 TXJK.iNriisro- ,lo"V7"s, HARDIN. - P0YAL clup-pe- d ox-erci- FARRIS fe S 11 Duroc Jersey Red Swine Eronauyh, W o i --- -.. rt I 1 wors-ei- l 1 1 S?. 1? I "t POWDER H.6.RUPLBY,-- 5 I FALL AND WINTER GOODS. d BARKER HOUSE, meul-ciii- m Somerset, Kenluclcy. .Stanford, .xsSvy.ri " .1 ' JOSITSOIT, I I !,. 111 TO THE LADIES ail.ance-ment-- s 1 M.S.&J.W.Baughman, 1 LIVERY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, SALE -- THE RILEY i , first-cla- fur-uishe- d A . first-clas- s -- v Splendid Farm For Sale Exchange. ROYAL Farmers Bank&Trnst insurance Compaq Acres of Fine LIVERPOOL. BARBEE first-cla- - fix-i- F. A. ASTERS, Bricklayer Stonecutter Stanford, exer-cisowi- ll r OHTH i WEST, fer - coa-iiiio- nt SHAW, 11 g d . Double Dally Trains I w. s. btthch:, at H S. CARPENTER, - k 3' 8tan lord, Kentucky. FIRST Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort DR. W. B. PElTire, 23,700 I Dentist, Stanford, J. T. STJTTOIT. UNDEItTAKEK, govern-menta- nd bk T Pcst-Otfi- l.t 4 4 M G. B. COOPER, -- I a - Sl 4 libc-rall- ti-- to-dn- S y Livery and Feed Stable, I Z . 11 F. G. BRADY, i, m ssss -