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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896021101 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. Semi w eekly Interior Journal J VOL. XXII I. HUSTOHVILLE. LANCASTER, ICARRARD COUNTY. e STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 11. 1896. j NO. 98 -- CHURCH AFFAIRS. A Mrs. Mary L. Anderson, a teacher of Mrs. Ktnina Nowhurn is prepared to i ,i .n..Z ntllltj II il unit Tiisiuttii nu'vj ...in do all kimlH of stampUm on velvet, linen, long experience, has secured a good de.going theoxcitoment of a sanctili ea- ,.. .., , . . satin, Ac, in every stylo of jmtturn. La- school at Went Point. i,i -- MmsD.no H. Harna has closed dies would do oll to ivo her a call. a( -- Father Fit.rald, a Catholic prfeU, The, latest visitor arrived lit tho Ml ,"'"n !",n " N Y., to 10 at homo of Mrs. Loati Friday mornina and the ,ower part of the county. viWl.iinrUninni.nl fnr -- Mm K. L Owsley entertained Mra' whb registered ns J. H. Adams, Jr., all o( n.o Baptists have 53 ciiurolits in welcome, news to J. M. which will ho very and Mra. Henry Clay Jen- - Hrooklyn. with l.y.Hi; member and Ala., win will nniga one evening lnt week at her hoa Beochcr, Sr., nt Ixinj-viechurch property valued at f 1,73,711, dotibtlefrH have tooider a new suit of ttiliililn linniK mi l)ni?ill uir....i with Heating capacity of 'Jii.S.'il Neither can Webster post you in Dry Goods. We can tell you clothed to accommodate hit increased The Union M'rvicen were preached at Whisky will not be nwd, says Store- something unknown to Webster, President Cleveland or Gov. Bradthe Chriatian church on Sunday evening j tarv Hurhert in rssponsa to tnu W O. T. she. Scott Thompson, who lin" been nick hv It v. D.T. Kradilu, of Fifty cent dollars will do us and ley. Come let us reason together. Plains, L"h petitinii, to christen the warsnip, a Ioiik tint?, is now able to walk down Kansiis, who ia the giiem of Mrs. It. A Kentucky. Chamrxignv will hs ued inilwellings in Wayneeburg and some if you get goods at 33 off of regular price, then to .vn without an aasietaut. Mrs. .1. !$ StoiiM and other relative. stead. bank stock. Adams has just recovered from a severe Little Miss Lottie May MclobrU. Mrs. HuHiichauip has recently re. 1). Padgett, the other merchant at Ib the winaome, fairv like attack of the grippe. Mre. Kaullman little daughter of turned to Lexington from a trip Wayneaburg, moved hia store r'Ceiitlv to resting easy and no danger is apprehend- Mr and Mrs. U. K McHohcrts, celebra- to toe mountains of KnMicity, whsre n room fronting tl.o rai'n al an i haa a'ao ed from her injury received lat week. ted tho fourth anniversary of her birth nheorgamx'i II W. O T. U 'a with 211 bought out his father's interest. Like Uov. J. W. Kirk, a widely known by entertaining a numher of her lit- regular uiemhars and l'.tJ honorary mem-tierhis competitor?, Messrs. Gooch it Son, And highly respected minister of the tle friends at tho homo of her puenti on he does a good business and if fortune Even in this time of political chaos. We are offering hundreds of Baptist church, died at his homo on the Danville street. "Living Kitidiim,"orthu 11th continues to amile on him he will Boon things at less than they can be bought because we want to close our Tho liMck running from here to DanFork last Tueaday night mid was buried is the subject for discusiion rival Mr. Gooch in wealth. Wednesday alternoon in our cemetery, ville has again changed hand. Mr. (ieo. by the Yquiw People's Society of the stock, so while you can get the stuff at present prices come and avail My good old friend, Clark Reynolds, lie was a victim of the deadly typhoid-patMiuioni- n Austin Iihh recently purchased tho hack Haptist church next Sunday afternoon, is still a sutlerer from rheumatism. For yourself of the opportunity. Everything in this stock goes, includthat Iiuh caused ho many from Mr. Jamea I. Hamilton. Tom Un- at which time Mia.s Cora Jones will also j nearly two yeara ho haa been unablo to ing white goods, embroideries, dress goods, shoes, boots, clothing, deatliB on the Fork in the lant few weeks derwood, who was one of the drivers for read a B'doctior. ami Miss Msmie De-- 1 KL.t around and a'though he lived in the Ho waa married twice, bin last wifodjini: about a year, has taken charge of it and aB Hord will do ukeiv.,n the Mimlay follow suburbs of Wayntsburg.JiH bus not been &c. about a year ago and leaving four small ho is polite and accommodating, we be- ing. ICveryhody ordially invited to bu in town sinca the election, when he children, who are now left bereft of both speak a good jntronagu for him. present and take put in the exercises, went to vote for P. Watt Hardin and the Tho cih'ctH of the sale of tho late A protracted meeting begun parents and helpera. at tho rest of the democratic ticket. There ia Last week four Danville joutlin Mr. John Lawson brought moderately Methodist church, Somerset, Sunday, in rn iilai.it.ii. ..tn.i r lt...tfik itmiiniirnl ll.n. IIU tlDtCtUI llll.il Ul UVIUI ItCIIIUltlli llJCItl drove through here and into the place of good pricea. One fuddle horso wuh Mild which Rev. W. K Arnold is ansisted by Mr. Reynoldy and in ins suUVriugs he v. a gentleman living between here and for ?'.), two mnres H2S 50, others 3(1 50, 11. 0. Morrison, of Louisville. The has the synniathy of his legion of friends McKinney and by boisterous, drunken one milk co a i-- ", three heifer calve Reporter says that creat interest is being all over the county, eight hoH at Ic, -- I sheep manifested abroad in the meeting as behavior succeeded in frightening the a fU .IA a A vast amount of lumber ia being shir-we- ll of the hou hold, where they railed at fa 2 pisr head, one jack, half interest, as at home, and a number of visit-- 1 pad from Waynesburg and Kingeville 2t, 1,000 bundle .. f oots fl..0 per hun-dn- irfg members from Stanford will lend now and thia alone bring in a good deal bo much that tney were afraid to anawtir Ranges out of the Range of all other Ranges, yet within the Range and "i Inrrwla of corn at t1. their ring at the door bell. After a apec-tacultheir preeedc to the occasion and assist of revenue. CroHS ties, etuyei, bridge exhibition of drunkuu antica on the good work. lvl Price Iwught a sow and pigi for limner and tho like are Bhipped away of all wanting the HtiEtouvillu and Stanford pike they IIS from John Campbell, of Madison; A couple of sanctificntion hy the train load by the merchants, who w-again railed at thia hone and bring again Win. Itaker lamght a mule ol JHiue H.-- ! preachers held forth in Liberty take such tilings in exchange for gooda. denied Hdmittntictf departed. If they pan 70, J. H. Parks IkjukIiI one of .""d went through tho usual monkey "l have been u reader of the Intkiuoh thought that any young Indies in thia Marion Rhodes for u W. A. Price ahinoHof thair ilk. They mule no con ' J. ichnal for 30 years and !) month"," asid We have the only Wrought Iron Range on the market. Call and couiiiiunity would receive them in the Knight fr)ii. Tom DiiyisasoK and piga verts there and the Trihune says that Mr. Commodore G. Caldwell, "and I and see them. condition they were in, thev were vrj for i'M, and five calves from John Frank a.l who wantod to pwet to continue a eubscriher as long ns I ttiey of such Pelt ii at jlo a piece and Job own Price meet them in Heaven to show it by a ive." In further conversation Mr. C. much uihtaken, and a repetition iiwultiug folly will Kt them a notice in botvl.t two caivea Lorn Win. Royston at Hhake of the band, not ono of the con n.ud that ho comti.encod taking this thin column, with full names given, that ?:i a piece. responded, feeling dnublleM pt,r when the preeent editor took charge, will make their cheeks burn, Miwee Francis and Park, of Paint that if Heaven waH to h peopled by such - yaro ago. but alter paying for it SevDr. Lawwill, ol near Danville, was in Lick, are the guests of Mrs. .Ip ang U as they that the other place would- - ernl years ho decided to economize and Robin-sotown Thursday, the cuet of Charles be preferable. We are glad that our ordered the paper stopped. He held oil MIhh Alice !!. Hiidaoti in Wheeler. Mrs. Alex Swinebroad, of Danville relHtives this week. W. J. Liberty friendi showed ho much good three months and when ho went to town d Hubble, haa returned home after a is at home with hia parent from n aenee. The foohshnepa of hopping up r,.,.!,, i,h lirHi thimr hH , ..... p, .. 1.... .....J in liv U U week's visit to her sister, Mrs J 11. Adtrip. Mi s.i Lucv lUllanl, of every time a fool pre icher maKea a foo' the 1. J. sent to hhu again. Heeidti be-i- n ams. Mr. Swinebroad wan here fnr a Paint Lick, was a visitor of Min. Sallio suggestion has gone Mr enough. a splendid paying eubscriber, Air. C. Ijw days, returning with his wife. Mica Anderson last week. Rev. K. H. Hur- haa proven his friendship by sending us ...At. OF A LOCAL NATURE. Georgia Newburn haH returned after a niim, of Luray, a., was visiting 1). M several new biibscribers. three weeks visit to her cousin. Mies Lackey and family last week. Miss CarJohn Worthily and Steve Center, There are live distilleries around Mattie White, at Hubble. Mibs Hehsio rie Currey has returned from a visit to both jsil birds from Laurel, were csplur- - Waynesburg and Kingsvilio and as a Worthlngton left Saturday for a protract her sister, Mrs. F. D. Gaines, of Danville. ed at Ford. consequence ''bug juice" is not hard to "Wae.l visit to MayHltek occasioned by tho The success that has crow nod the efAt Harrodsburg, Randall Litsey, find. Some of tho warmest prohibition-wh- o $350 Stock of Spectacles must go. Satisfaction Guaranteed. grand-motheBjvere illness of her forts of F.ider Jesse Walden. a Christian the Sole Agents here. forged pedigrebs and certificates of ists in tho county live in this sctiou and ter Pad" Trusses are The Best. We are Worthlngton. A. Curtis, of Lexington, church minister of thia nlace, in the psst transfer of Jersey cattle was declared by these distilleries aro no doubt thorns in i i in the tow n in the interest of the Hub few years is wonderful not only in the a jury to be insane. their He6h. lavea College at Lexington. As soon ad iinny conversions of souls, but in tho. Kingavillo haa the bfat hotel in the Maj. Francis Marion Hourne, aged Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. tie weather opana ao that our boya can ornestness that ho has put forth in try- 71, died at Lawreuceburg of heart di country and it ia the drummers delight to play marblea they will have buslines ing to establish houses of worship in var- aea6e. He was proprietor of the Gait go there. Alra. It C. Pennybacker, assisted enough at home. W. L. Johnson, of ious portions of the State, where ho has House at that place for 'Jo yeara. I by her two hamUomo daughters, Misses Houston, Teias, la hero on a visit to hit. labored. In the past eight years he has Pinevi'.lo citvens want their public AgieB and Gertrude, haa charge and mother and brothera, who live on Frye'a been instrumental in having churches schools continued until July, and at a nothing is left undone that will add to ureek. Ho Raid that in digging a well on built in diflerent localities that have mass meeting over JtiOO of the necessary the pleasure of their guests. The table his place in Texas he discovered that the amounted to i20,00f. It certainly shows J1.000 wns raised by subscription. is first class and the rooms, which are a3 aoil waa 1.') feet thick and the 15th foot a wondeifu! increase in thu moral and John Ireland and O. L. Hies, engiu- - clean iib a new pin, aro splendidly fur- was aa rich as tho tlrst. A neighbor of religious advancement of thu people in ocrs ou tho traina wrecked at Mt. Free- uished We still exist. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, his raised last year tho best crop of cot- our State. Mr. Walden'a next meeting dom Tunnel, were acquitted at Nicholas-villIt would be hard to find two better including ton he hail ever gotten, from land that will be at Harbourvillo some time this of the charge of manslaughter. general merchandise stores than McCar- had been cultivated in cotton for 10 years month. John It. Marshall, eon of Klder and ty, Itaker A Co and Careon & Walter, of consecutively. Hryant & Hengo'a now drug Btoro 1b Mrs. O. K. Marshall, of Hanodahur', Kingaville. They handle everything not only one of beauty but of conven- who mysteriously disappeared sometime and tho amount of gooda they bell ia ns Co i. T l Him.. This sketch of ono of ience as well. Lancaster ia very well ao, haa been heard from in Florida. toniahing. The first named firm ia com- Stanford's worthiest citizens Bppeara in supplied in drug stores and they are all Tho city council of Somerset wil ' posed of Messrs. W: L. and J. M. McCar-tak- o Tailor made the Richmond Register, now edited by a new buildings too, ami the fixtures intho license 'rom any saloon man ty and C. Granville linker, and tho latter county man: Lincoln side are of the best. To sum up tho caught bellinc liquor ou Sunday for :t0' of Joseph K. Carson, formerly of AIcKin-day- s Col. Mill is a l'uhukl county product, busiiiBbs capacity of Lancaster, we can Men's, Hoys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. for the first odense and will filially ney, and Mr. G, A. Walter, of thia but came to Stanford before thu war, say besides the threo drug stores she aa revoke them tor the second. place. Two drug stores for a town of Kings where he mado a largo fortune and Ilyo groceries, seven dry goods houtee, Tho Somerset Paragon says tho achieved a reputation as ono of the two hardware establishments, ono con- steamer Crescent ran on a auag near Mill ville'a size would look like the bii8iness ablest criminal lawyers in tho State fectionery, two handsome banks, two Springs and sank. She was heavily load- i'h overdone, but it ia not. Roth F. M. Years ago his easy, graceful stylo of ora- gents' furnishing stores, two livery Ma-Id- ed, haviu three cars of hoga, besides a Howe and Cliftou & Thompson nre doing tory won for him the sobriquet "Dnin.n-- . two jewelers, three first-clat- a millin- large amount of other freight. The hogs well. The latter firm has been in exiat-etic- o Fifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. less a mouth, but it haa already theni'H of Kentucky," which ho proved ery establishments, two hotels besides a were saved but moat of tho other freight himself clearly entitled to by tho speech number of private hoarding houses, 11 waa lost. A deck hand, Wylio Hines, built up a fair trade. 25 per cent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all Com, I). M. Creighton, whose house waa dehe mado at Lebanon nominating Mike experienced and the var- waa drowned while engaged in transfer Sanfhiy for the superior court judgeship. ious professiona aro full to oveMkiwing nug the freight. stroyed by fire some months ago, haa forts and Blankets. Hislriendb havo solicited him several now for thia siza place. Wo have eight Ala-roni- a At Wichita, Kan., diabarnient pro- built a pretty cottage on the old site and 5 cents. A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all times to make tho race tor Congress, but lawyers or more, six physicians, four ceedings against Asaistunt Attorney moved into it. Mr. Creighton ia away hu has steadfastly refused, prefering tho dentiatH, (and strange to aay three aro General Wm. P. Campbell for olleged up iu the sixties, but he did a good deal and Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save bociety of his friends, tho tho companion-shi- p located on ono street i four preachers, a misconduct in otlho aro of the work himself. CHAS. WHEELER. Respectfully, money. in progriB3 in of his books and tho cjuietudo and number of good musicians, poets, artists, ' Tho I.ntkrioh JouiiNAi, is glad to district court there. A number of the enjoyment of hia elegant home, to the plenty of widowa and widowers, bachel- saloon men appeared against Campbell that it has secured tho services otlicu. A ors and "b.u'helora-malds.- " unsatisfying honora of public and testified that he had made overtures of MrB. J. M. McCarty, of Kingaville, as typo of tho old school orator -- such as Tho great Jenniuga estate awaiting to them looking to tho settlement of correspondent. Mr. W. L. McCarty will Dick Menefeo and Josh Hell were -ithe heirs in the bank of ICugland'a vaults their cases out of court ou the payment assist her in getting up news and our tho days when oratory counted for some- is creating much interest among the of various sums. Mr. Campbell was readers may expect a good letter at lea9t thing, Col. Hill is today on ol tho grand-es- t American claimants. These descendants raised in Lincoln county and his friends onco a week from her. We are also nemen in Central Kentucky. of ono Wm. Jennings, of Acton Place, here hope he will pull through all right gotiating for a reporter at Waynesburg. ICuglaud, aro "aa thick aa tho leavea that Uov. M. A. Middlcton is conducting a In Mkmokiam. A loving mother, a meeting at Kingaville. It has been in atrew tho brooka of Vallambrosa," and Tho general debate on tho dutiful wife, a good neighbor, a kind and not tho least position of them aro found substitute for the Hond bill closed progress for a week and much good is sympathizing friend haH joined tho innuMr. being accomplished. mystic Kiver in Garrard county. If this money could yesterday. A vote is expected merable hosts beyond the The Banctiticationists meet overy Wedbo obtained it would put our circulation Dingley's motion of will of Death and "Aunt Ann" Uastinoau is All the latest Magazines, Books and Fashion Papers received as on an immovable gold basis, and ono of pass by a large majority. Mr. Crisp's nesday night at Pleasant Point church no more. She has gone to reap tho gloWeekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions retho direct claimants, your humble cor e resolution may muBter as and have experience) meetings. They soon as published. rious reward of a well spent life, and respondent, could not only aro largely attehded and some weird ceived. A calendar for 1S96 to present you. buy out the inauy aa 100 votes, but not more. these lines are to assure her bereaved I. J. otllce, but all of Lincoln scenes aro said to be enacted. county, New, F'resh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions loved oneH that tho sympathy of all is Health anJ ttrength carry u through dangers Col Thomas McFarland, of Knoxville, Lucie Jen.vinos Gkant. the pretence of peril. A behalf. When a mother anI inaLe ui tifc lu with. Perfect accuracy and dispatch. enlisted in their strong man with rich, pure blood hts noth. is with hia sister, Mrs. Batty Pennybackia lolt an aching void that from terms. He tntjr breathe iu the Is taken there Dasvillk. Unkuowu partiea entered ins to (earconsumption with impunity. If theio is er. Mr. James Roy has made additionof the world can never till. May each of the homo of Miss Lena Pope, on Lexing. bacilli spot where the germs may rind an entrance al improvements on his residence and a wmik e and oni the tissues, then the trouble begins. Disease her children look to an ton turnpiko. Tuesday night, and stole to rapidity. now has one of the prettiest homes in corm propagate with lightning-lik- e nipotput God who alone cau give com- her gold watch, which coat $150, and One; in the blood, the only way to get rid of them tho county. Mr. W. L. McCarty is back is to kill them. This is what Or. Pierce's Gald. J. F. W. fort and consolation. It purifies the blood. from Cincinnati, where ho was laid up several dollars in caah. Mrs. A.S. Rob- en Medical Discovery is for. germs, Dealer in but that is onThat means that it kill the E. O. W. shaft, the longest ertson's class in elocution will hold a ly part of what it does. It assists digestion by with the grip. granite A tht secretion cf digestive of a quar- public declamatory contest in the Dan- stimulating assimilation and nutrition; lluidi.su purifies promoting piece of granite ever.taken out David Miller, of Philadelphia, has ville city school building Saturday even, and enriches the blood and so supplies the tissues Vermont, waa quarried at Harre a ry in tood they nrrd. It builds up strong, Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, ing, Feb. 22d. A cordial invitation ia ex- with thetlesh and puts the whole body into a dis- gone crazy on politics. He ia a republihealthy few days. resisting state. and imagines that he is directing the can aged 105, baa just tended to all. The Cheese dea Fees met ease -J- amea Culver, of mailing machine of that party and that no apstamp to fcisnd at Wednesday afternoon and decided to only and get hi great book,cover cost Ho waa an 1'he People's Com died at Martinsville, lnd. pointment can be made without his mon Sense Medical Adviser, absolutely Iree. Ad I handle the best grade of goods and sell at the lowest prices. chewer and smoker and fre- Kive the next hop Monday night, Febru- dres World' Dispensary Medical Association, sanction. Y. 24th, Danville Advocate. ary No.66jMaintret, Buffalo, N. drank whisky to excess. i., iiii """'nm,B"""lul wasM-ntonce- , I ,,,. i i ! i l:l Few Notes from the Southern End ot Lin co'n. Mr. Lewis G. Gooch, of Waynesburg, one of the pioneers of that place, haa done well during tho 'Jl years lie haa ben inerchntidiRiiM. In 1K7. he opened H little store there with a capital of t100 I anil t j titt iriili nun lit tuir.t nuin oii! fil.ktii nviinviuu In i' 1,1'au a ni lrn iv business he h.is atnasdtd a snug little fortune. He and hia sou, Cicero, are partners and they cirry a Block estima-- j tod at fl,00.l, which includes almost ev-- j erything froni a diiruing needle to a ppc- ond hand pulpit. The elder Mr. Gooch also owns over 1,000 ncreH of land, eever-a- l 1 1 YOU- Don 't Knooi It Rll, a' You Can Afford to Buy, s. j j HUGHES & TATE. ' K-- ie, j JE.kXm.SSS sl ar ' d fr t" ek i i ex-wh- eti akd W. H. WEAREN & CO. Get u. vit-ilin- g Kiti-nair- T lour Eyes lnK-iiu- CRAIG & HOOKER'S. & r, ' j CRAIG HOCKER, ' The Ues Wheeler Emporium. e The 20th Century Boot Great Drives in Clothing. it 1 es, dress-makers- an-nou- nce n W. B. McROBERTS, Pharmacist and Bookseller. free-coinag- e to-da- y. Has a Complete Stock of Pass Books, Day Books and Ledgers, freo-coinas- per-fect- all-wis- A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. 50-fo- ot Sash. Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. one-ce- nt quently i -' ' gjge-- i jAjjj jigtfi "WWVTF1 I I John Lynn bought of various there was uo monoy in the a Senator ties in tho Highland section a bunch of shoats at 3jc. and Foil Salk. 60 sheep, home raised. Commissioner Win. Herndon went SrANFORD, Kr., Fkijruary 11, 1890 bofore tho committee on charitablo in- Haven't grass to keep them. Kobert stitutions in behalf of tho Deaf Mute Barnett, Stanford. -- P. P. Nunnelloy bought 01 cattle in Institute at D,uivillo, and asked for an VV. P. WALTON. appropriation of $00,000 Ho said that Pulaski and sold most of them jester- This week's sales will enable purchasers to tho building3 wore inadequate, to tho day, the best Ht lli'. save Hundreds of Dollars. It helps you to put The moat distorted imagination of a Cogar & Co., bought of U. W. Kohin needs. Tho children were crowded iuto money in your purse. Special Hargains in at ft per fiction writer never conceived anything 'JO son 120,000 pounds of hemp tho dininy room at meal times like more horribly unnatural than the crime pigs in a sty. Tho ventilation of tho 112 pounds. Harrodsburg Democrat, brought to light by the finding of the sleeping rooms was imperfect, tho ap- j. h, Letton, of Pans, has sold the headleea body ola woman at Ft. Thomas, were poor Krent campaigner, J. H. L , 2 OSf, pacing, pointments of tho near Newport For a time, it seemed and the mechanical department needed to J. Creighton, of Lexington, for ?l,5oC. , ,..,... that the untiring etlorta ot detectives and Five Hundred Yards Col. Hamburg at 3c per enlarging. An electric light plant was ,rRmil, lUuj P(.Veral own- officers would go for naught, but they yard. A good yard wide Uleach Cotton at 5c needed, aud the institution was in want Bn wero 88peiuju,i ftt xt.w Orleans Sat- finally found a clow, so slight at first it dupiIs now urday for attempting to use an eiectric ofab.ikerv. Sixtv-thre- o seemed useless to work it, but they did admission to the institution, but enildle. want ! : and the result was the unearthing of a could not b accommodated. At an Diego, Cal , McCrea, of the crime almost too revolting to publish At half it's actual value. Union Suits, Ribbed Syracuse bicycle lean), broke tho f of a NEWSY NOTES. and the arrest of the heartless fiends who Vests and Pants, Woolen and Fleece Lined by going the distance in mile start record committed it. The fact that all tho parHose for Ladies and Misses at 15c, 20c and 25c by 1:2225. A local option bill was defeated ticipants belong to tho higher walks of Thomas House sold to W. K Law- worth double the money. the lower house of the Ohio legislature. life, makes tho matter the more startling. W. Taylor dropped dead rence and Will hihI Joh-- t Hullnian 20 Dr. John It begins with the old story of woman's acre of the Thornton Portor farm at while walking in his garden at Shelby-villtrust and man's perfidity. Miss Pearl ?U.17J Bryan, the very beautiful, (if the pic Hie executors of J. L Dawson rentGents' Fine Laundered Shirts, colored bosom, Three people wero drowned as the ture are nlike her) daughter of river, in ed publicity yesterday 4 acres of grass worth 51.25, marked down to 75c. Negligee result of the fiood on BrHzos Greencastle, Ind., parents, loved one to J. H. Bright for f 101.50 and IS acres Shirts, 50c, 75c and Si. Texas. JO. Scott Jackson, whose home was in the Tony Branham.an ex convict, whs to F. K. 'Fribble fori His Excellency, Gov. Bradley, was on 000 bales of good tittuthy hay for same town, but who was attending a Cinin Sunday's train en route to tho Mt. Ver- shot and killed trhile resisting arrest sale. Will deliver on tho cars in Crab cinnati dental Bchool, not wisely but too Pike county. non court, where for years ho has been well and the result was that he accomupholds the law Orchard at 00c per 100 lbs. Seed oats We are headquarters for any thing in the Shoe Tho court of appeals engaged on the one side or other of plished her ruin. Matters were approach druggists for the and corn also for sale. John Buchan line, from a coarse lirogan to a fine dress shoe. every important case. He was looking imposing a license on an. It ing a crisis, when JackBon suggested that as plain as an old shoe and acting just sale of liquors. On February IS there will be auuet-inshe come to Cincinnati aud undergo a Six men were drowned by tho col- like he used to. The old white hat and at Seelhnch's Hotel in Louisville of criminal operation, Telling her parents railroad bridge the rustv old overcoat gave him tho ap- 1ne nf an abandoned secretaries and representatives of fair as that she was going to visit a relative in pearance of hayseed and no one would near Bristol, Conn. Look at our line of clothing when you come to Indianapolis, she wont to Cincinnati inlif., lost and 200.000 of Hocintions in Kentucky, Southern Indiatown. Suits for men from $3 50, up. covered the have Biispected that they na and Tennessee. as me mum u. stead. There she was met by Jackeon body of the governor of the grand old proneity was lieetroyeu I). J Curry k Rue bought in GeorgeWalling and and a fellow student named MeKeesport, Pa. Commonwealth. But clothes do not lire at 01 tier exN. Y., town, 20 head of mules that cost them after that but little ib known Louis Allard died at Troy, make the man. Worth does and all tho We have just received a big line of Shirting cept what these two fiends incarnate tell aged 100. He worked at the carpenter's an average of f7l. They will feed them rest is leather or prunella. Gov. BradSimples from the White Swan Shitt Co. and preparatory to taking them South for tho ago. on each other, each trying to make it ap ley has proved that he is a man among trade until five years are prepared to make any style shirt you may pear that the other is tho author of tho Harnard. the Borne. N. Y., sugar market. Harrodsburg Democrat. firmmen and the very fact that he neither want, includi' g white Percales ami Madras. foul deed of killing the girl and cutting Robert P. Pepper, Jr., only eon of defaulted for f 150,000 and vaunteth himeelf aud is not puffed up bank cashier, tho famous trutting horse breoder of that Tailoring Line is Complete." oil her head to hide tho crime. Walsuicide. over tho fruitiun of his ambition shows when discovered committed ling says that Jackeon poisoned the poor At Greenville, Tenn., James Hen- name who di'd (i year ago at Frankfoit, that he is "a combination, and a form, girl by hypodermic injection and that be to death is dead. He was one of the best known 1, etHbbed his sister indeed, where every god did eeeni to set dry, aged fore it began to take effect, he proceeded Blow about preparing his and most popular young uien in the his seal, to uivo the world assurance of a because she was State. to sever her head from her body and that supper. man." Bhe fought desperately for her life. He J. A. Cohen bought a car load of A Now York mHn, who has been hogs from Bond k Lillard, of then put the head in the cirl's valise and The treasury gold reserve is out ol fighting on the side of the insurgents in 1 body to the Kentucky side, night. That is to say it is down took tho of tho latter aro Anderson county, at i and from various 2, Cuba, says dumping it at the place it was found and parties in Woodford a car load of fat when the law says it must not Americans. returning to Cincinnati where in his be under 1100,000,000. But the republiIt. Sampson has an- hogH for March 1st delivery, at 3J to 3f. Judge John YersailleH Sun. room he opened the valise in which was cans care nothing for law and the public nounced himself a candidate for delegate A; URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, The Harrodsburg Democrat pay that tho head and with a fiendish laugh said, credit. Cleveland asked them for bread from the 11th district to tho democratic you?" pay taxes on f 10,000 tio men in Mercer "You're a beaut aren't and they gave him a stone; for legislaT: D. RANEY, Manager. National convention. I). J. Curry Jackson persists that Walling killed the tion to stop the flow of gold from the Mr. Hall, of Missouri, who voted for and over an.l names them girl and thoro is nothing absolutely cer- treasury and tbey gave him a free Bilver free coinage in the last Congress, an is the largest individual being Shelton tte Sutton, tain about the case, but that both ought coinage bill. Hranch Stores: conversion to sound money assessed at ft 1,050 nounced his to be hung without judge, jury or the Shakers, pay oni5o,5S2. Saturday. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Rardstown, Inwrcnceburg, Cynthiana, in tho House Arrsi: a big bluti about having the The horse season is almost at hand. benefit of clergy, and such a fate awaits The Catron bill to prevent prizeVersailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. if it shall appear that the mnrder militia called out tha republicans back fighting in the District of Columbia and Horsemen should remember tho ada.e, them early bird catches tho worm" ami was committed in Kentucky and they ed down, as we said they would, and the Territories is a law, having been "the bginatonce to let the people know are brought to Newport. So far all ef- didn't dare to unseat the democrats who signed by the president. what they will have in the stud thin forts to find the head have proved abor- stand in the way of Hunter's election. Does Your At Greenville, Tenn., Jamea Hen- year. An advertisement in this paper tive. It was likely thrown into the Ohio Tiie Senatorial matter is no nearer to a dry, aged 14 years, Btabbed and killed will pay you many fold. The present outlook Ik that the hmi river or into a sewer. A young scape solution now than at first. The republi- his Bister Sallio because she was slow son of 1S!)0 will see more business for grace named Wood, the son of a Meth cans lost their only chance to elect when about preparing his supper. stallions that have tho necessary qualifiodist presiding elder and a cousin of the Stege refused to he a party to the foul At a meeting of tho Now York State cations to mako race horse, sires than murdered girl, is held as an accomplice conspiracy Or Varnish ? We republican committee Gov. Levi P. Mor- the past three seasons put together, nnd breeders are already bookand letters from him to Jackson prove Wm. H. English, whom the democrats ton was unanimously indorsed for the ing their mart's, knowing full well that him to be a thoroughly heartless little nominated for running mate with Gen. g. o. p. nomination for president. in ISO!) and 1000 the supply of good two Bcoundrel. The case is attracting wido Benjamin lladcliff was hanxetl in and will ho far below Winfield Scott Hancock in 1SS0, simply spread interest and the local newspapers because he had plenty nf In that line and we fully warrant our goods. the penitentiary at Canon City, Col., the demand. Rural World. lucre, which it are reaping a rich harvest from it. A was hoped in vain ho would put up, died for tho mnrder of tho entire school board There were about 50 cattle on the market yeMenlay, but nonn were nlfered We want your prescription work, too, and guarantee quality, accutheory is advanced that the girl was acci Friday at his home in Indianapolis. He of Jeflerson district, Park county. publicly. P P. Nunnelley Bold to W. H. to procure dentally killed in attempting racy and price. Three masked robbers committed a I.illard b bunch of ws a good man, hut his nomination for at '.c and an abortion, in which event it is stated vice president was not on daring robbery at Milan, Tenn., reliev- to E P. Woods a lot averaging HtK) his merits but that under the laws of Ohio, the men his money ing 10 persons of their valuables in tho pounds at . T. L. Lillard bought a could onlj he punished for the leeser small hunch of 1.100 pounders at .'Ue L. & N. aud Illinois Central depots. crime, the penalty for which does not McCrea, of the Some buteher stull changed hands at 21 LAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT. At San Diego, Cal., to IMc. Then was llttlt demand icr exceed seven years in tho penitentiary. Syracuse racing team, broke tho horses and mules, and only a few of each It develops that the State owes tho for once would If this be true mob law standing start record sold; horses at J.10 to J(K) and mutes at J(S0 be justifiable and ought to ba adminis- Northern Iknk, of Lexington f 101,000, in 1:22 2 5. He ' was paced by two to 75. tered. The recital of the blood curdling on account of the Eastern Asylum. Hustonvllle -- Additional. The Landed Bill for borrowing 1500,-00- 0 "quads." Btoryhr.8 already driven one man crazy Fifteen persons wero injured, one Dr. W. B. Penny, "your dentin," with which to help out the State's and the mothers of tho poor giri and hor fatally, by a collision botween a Htock brutal betrayer are at the point of death revenues was adversely reported to the train and a passenger at Hannibal, Mo., will bent tho Weatherford Hotel Monday, FVb. 17, and remain a few days OhII The consequences of sin are not al- Senate. collision occurred at a Leave of abience wsa granted Lieut. Sunday. Tho at once and mako an nignge!iient for ways visited bo terribly on tho sinner and crossing. your work. All work is guaranteed. those conntcted, but the fata of Pearl Gov. Worthington on account of the illJoseph It. Dunlap, proprietor of the 2t ness of his wife. In his absence Senator free. Bryan should warn still further all who Chicago Dispatch, has been sentencod Goebel presides over the joint session. read of her and her fearful end that the for two years and Stipt. Oiuiddon lias pent out tlm Seventeenth joint season ballot for to the penitentiary wages of ein is death. There was everyAh to county Hupcrintendente: for nending indecent matter fined 52,000, thing to make life pleasant to her. She United States Senator resulted. Hunter through the mails. wmh aiiown a few weekHayo by n letter from thNtntB treaHiirer n responea to had a good homo, loving parents nnd 5G, BlHckburn 52, scattering 0; Senator Consul General to Samoa, J. II. Multho echoed pleasant surrounding. But in an evil Weinsinger voting for Kichard T. Tyler. ligan, of Lexington, hoi gone to Wash- an inquiry from this ollie fund of thUymr wan cmiMdernbly ovor The report that Gov. Bradley had moment she listened to tho tempter and 0 ington to offer his resignation. He says estimated, leaving a deficit from disirace and death followed. Would that been asked by the republican caucus and n man had as well bo dead, as buried to t'200.000 to he made wood from tho Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. roveiHitfl of next year. No part of this punishment was a3 swift and as sum for had consented to establish bayonet rule alive in that far off country. 1. Thtjr.ui'-ito- r in tho leglature proves to bo only a can ho collected before .Inly hor betrayer and that tlio In w could not During a raid on a big moonshino hopen to he able to py of be used to shield him from its infliction. scare rumor. Satur- tho balance due teachers onrly in April, The House adopted resolutions of atill in Montgomery county, Ark., beJackson is guilty of throe crimes, tho day night, the Rev. J. T. Rodgore, an tho remainder early in July p.ftor tho trayal of an innocent girl, tho attempt at sympathy for tho Cuban insurgents, urg- Adventist minister, wna captured, to- banks pay their taxed for tho next lif cal procuring an abortion and murder, each ing the Kentucky delegation in CongrefB gether with two other men who wero year. of which demands his lifo. IIo and all to advocate tho recognition of tho Cu- operating the distillery. -- Mr J I'. Hubble toils us that his belligerents. (Sccdingjtimc is now right at handwe have a largestock of concerned in the dreadful crime and bans as The democratic executive committee mother, Mrs. Helen Campbell, who lived Mr. Violett'a bill making it discreat Cynthiana. did some dayB ao, aped butchery deserve death in its most dread tionary with the defendant in a case at of Texas has ordered two State conven- OS Mr. Hubble was telegraphed for ful form and heaven and earth alike cry tions to be held, delegates to both to be and arrived in time to seo her alive, fiho law to mako his statement at tho beginaloud for vengeance and blood. ning or the end of the trial was passed selected at the same primaries. At the was a splendid woman nnd hor many primaries the voters are to be given an friends in thin enmity will regret to of SS to one. We may not bo a competent judge in by a vote opportunity of voting for or against free learn of her death Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds.Wej handle Half a dozan members have introtho ring for religious paper?, but wo are silver coinage at 10 to 1. nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine duced bills to reduce tho salaries of cirJ. w. COOK, J. W McOInNIS. an unbiased one at any rate, and give la charg paint shop. In clurje trimming shop. our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting opinion, thus publicly cuit judges to $2,500. The judiciary it as our private FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. short and we are offering special inducements toclosc out a nice line reported them back to the expressed, that the Western Recorder, committee THOMAS Y. of Uuggicsand Surreys. without expression and they were J. M. Coffey bought of Boone it Drs. T. T. Eaton, editor, W. P. Harveyi House ordered to second reading Adama2oahoat8at3lc DANVII.LH, KV., manager, and tho Baptist Book Concern The nominations of Dr. Hugh L, T. J. Hill bought of Walter Martin Builder and Dealer in All Kinds W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. of Louisville, publisher, is incomparably McNary to bo superintendent, and Dr. 6ix yoailing steers at 131c of Carriages. tho best religious publication that we L. E. Gosloe to be first assistant physiLouis Walz bought of E. B. Beazloy Wnrlc tl ne n warrant-c- l a Specialty know of. Every Baptist ought to take it to iv ,ti la ti n All work ilore when of the Central insane aHylum, wero aomo butcher Btuff at 2Jc. everybody clso who wauta to read cian and promised All account! due whn work lide sent to the Senate and confirmod. Turft, Burt and White oats livcrcl r jr patronage Jt!i''itet'. Winter ;0 clean and well writton church literature. Tho republicans have discovored for sale. F. Keid, Stanford. Dr. Harvey, upon whom wo occasionally MOST IN QUANTITYt BEST IN QUALITY. JYBurt seed oats, best on earth. For run in our Bwiujj around tho circle, fits that Representative Foreo travels on a exactly and to his wonderful railroad pass. Mr. Foreo says that they sale by E. S. Powell, Uustonville. Lis place S. H. Shanks sold to John Riddle, of euorgy, much of the financial euccesi of can call it a pun if they want to; that he bus a ticket in his pocket which ho paid Pulaski, a old jack for $150. oj the paper is due. for in services as the attornoy of tho road, Richmond Register saya that J. 9) Tho and that said Bervicea aro specified in a H. NefJ bought Monday 750 dozen eggs Thk National Farmers' Alliance in fa WHITE'S fiRFfcM ti at Washington ha8 eliminated from writton contract which lie has with the atSj road. Shblbyvillo News. I. S. Tevia has returned from Char-lottits platform the famous demand for an increase of The legislature just as well throw up N. 0 where ho sold a car load of plan and the And Funeral Director. ft FOR 20 YEARS circulating medium to ?50 per capi tho job. In the House a resolution was inulea at iSO and a couple of jacks at a the Has loci nil WORM Romotlfon. now its members have really adoptod unanimously asking CongrtM flUO. ta.aiid EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED, Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Uridles, Huggy Robes, maro mulea, of a Seuator by tho -- Pair of good nothing to etand on. One by one the to make tno Horse Ulankcts, Whips, &c. L. Heusley, I repirr.1 l shams are crossing, me populism win people, direct. The Senate had a reso good matches, for sale. C. rtiourwso s, kt. torts. bye. lution declaring for adjournment Fobru- - Klneavlllo. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. join them byo and 8rv2vasafssrNSfNaNa' jhn-WbtKL- Y Interior Jouknai well-to-d- o Anothrk proof that the pardoning power should be taken from tho governor and placed in tho hands of a board of pardons comes to light from tho administration of tho late unlamented John Young Brown. It was bad enough for him to pardon Humo Clay just because hia wayward son had asked it before his tragic death, but now it is told ami on good authority that ho pardoned a notorious criminal Bont from Morcer county simply becauee he washed his daughter's poodle dog, which she sent to tho penitentiary for that purpose, when she had no moro right to send them there than any other individual. The pardoned man is Derwood Jordon, who has been charged with every crimo in the catalogue, including arson, and it is remarkable that since his releaso the home of the man who testified against him has Deen burned. He was the terror of Mercer county. People were afraid to testify against him and his conviction was only secured by his accomplice turning State's evidence. This is a lovely man to turn out after tho difficulty in con victing him and all because he washed a poodle dog. Let the Legislature give us a board of pardons. ary 17, oince par-treasu- , no chance to elect business is blocked. GREAT BARGAIN BULLETIN ! class-room- s Hamburg's, Cotton and Sheeting. UNDERWEAR LADIES' e. SHIRTS ! g :LTJffiT(K(br nu DOIff'T FAIL to HEAD THIS. - tOur 1 THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STA2TFORD, 3"Z, to?N,-272,91- two-thir- tax-paye- r, House Need Paint, Paper, EVERYTHING wide-awa- ke HAVE three-year-ol- ds NEEDFUL I PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Furniture, Undertaking, Carpets, Wall Paper. W. W. WITHERS, I SIL'O,-00- ono-ha- lf LOOK HERE Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c. b. e:. SHAW, I UNDERTAKING -- ! five-ye- Bes-eio- u inb-treasu- o, Iff vlftlWlU VERMIFUGE I M J Jm mrcT.M HT Practical Trimmer, Embalmer eloi-tio- ? .(., 1 i I i;. Interior Journal 11 18DG Try Dnnkfl for spectnclcs. Somk of tins latest ties now at Shanks'. ttiiiiKfl in collars and in Pkaiil corset shields at Shanks, need no recommendation. They Wantkp. Dudderar'e. class board. o More boAiderB at Mrs Kate Nicely located and first 8tanix)rd, Kym Foiwahy; f Hamiiuiuis, lact'H nnil inaurtlonH grout variuty ntHlianks'. Wk aro solo agents for Fuller's celebrated cow and calf remedies. Craig Hock-er- . WE ARE MAKING J E. C. Walton, Husiness Manager v i A new, handsome and extensive line LI II ' Dankh is closing out his imitation cut m of Hamburgs and insertions at Shanks'.' uu A la tins posse is searching for Cam riv v glass at bargain prices, , yfjvi i- ... mr it.;charged with barn Cau load of farm wagons just received den Bnd Wk nro temporarily without a watch JfST received several car loads of good , J A. Jrrepairer, but clnrinu Ins abeeiieo your boxing which 1 oiler cheap for cash. A. at Farris k Hardin's. Also a lot of road burning in Boyle and they will be taken '1 dead or alive. wagons. Call and see them. repair work will b cent, to the city, tlior ... C. Sine. . otitflily and accurntulv done ami returned M i ccrar. Vi k are getting On mignty tued waitirjg Z .M Wbfc- - . . . l W to von without any extra charge. Ten A I'oiition of the spring stock of clothCoai. sold for cash or exchanged for all on yon for tho money you owe us. A ny a Drii and Jewelry btorn. ' --L !2&dr kinds of grain mid feed. J. H, liaugh-ma- n ing Iibh been received at Shanks'. Yon prompt settlement might save you a good can now got suits there from $2 to 115, deal, so don't put it oil" M. S. & A Co. J. W. PERSOHAI POINTS. Seasonable Goods, such as Baughman. Wantkd. Everybody who comes to Wa.ntmi Kverybody owing mo to 1 Mrs. J. K. Miia W. GitKKN wbh wilh , Pe-nang- s, come and settle within the month of town Monday, county court day, to call Tiik will of Col. .) M. Ging-hamsey was proI'ortiiuwi several days. In arid see our now stock of groceries, bated yeaterday. January. After that time my collector It gives all his properMica Ida PuhKiNH left lnnt week to enqueeiisware, tin and wooden wire, will call on you. Dr. J. G. Carpenter. ty to his wife, Mrs. Sallie A. Beazley, apter college at .tc. Warren A Shanks. points her executor without security nnd fow iIhjh Mim MahvCoukN Bpenta WiijiCat. Mr. 0. O.Smith killed a Sattcens, Cambrics, Laces, Hamburgs, &c. We are in the lead on good looking as the late she qualified yesterday. with frienda in Lezinteii. Tiiotcii not so wild cut down on Green River Sunday MlrHkH MAIUIAIlKTAMlCiKliTlll'lllcNobL Prices. Our Assortment is Complete. AFTHita continuous service of more that measured four feet from end to end. handsome pastor of the Christian church are visiting their auntM in Danville. here, the lithographs of Prof. Ryron W. than 1L years, Mr. John II. Dickinson reIt was '20 inches tall and its claws were King, of King's School of Elocution, signed yesterday as Mica DoM.iicMrltoiiKHTH went to an inch in length. keeper on Saturday to vintt Mitw Lena Llald PittHburg, Pa., who is to he at Walton's the Danville pike and the board elected Oiullneof Spring samples has been Opera House, Feb. 11), bear a striking re- - Will T. Saunders, who will move thither If net, won't you be one this year? You won't be sorry when Jan. I, win. Kvkkktt, little Hon of Mr. and Mrs. A. received and if you want a tailor made s'iinblenco to Rev. W. K, Ellis and many at once and no Dry i S97, rolls around, when you figure the money saved J. Karp, Iihb been very nick for several suit call at Shanks. Tho many suits we take them for him. Goods bills to pay. You will forget about hard times. IT turns out thHt Hon. W. II. Mditr have made Is the only advertisement we dayn. Tiik rain storm of MUurday turned to was "the scamp" who took Joe Goode's It, Cooi'Kit han had quite will use for future sales. Try Shanks Mit. CiroiuiK snow early in the day and by night the horse without authority and drove it. n ppell with hia tttomach, but in well once. whole earth was wrapped in a windirg He sent his boy to get Joe McAlister's nKtn. Ir you want to drive dull care awBy go sheet. It continued to snow all night aod he got Goode's it stead. Mr. Goode Mns. J. II. Hoiim, of LouiHville, spent on a Wild Goose Chase with us at Wal- and at interva's Sunday and but for the was pretty hot until he found out the several days with her brother, Mr. T. 1. ton's Opera House next Saturday night. wet ground upon which it fell it would state of case, but the matter was arnica Spink. It is brim full of fun and frolic and have been a foot deep. As it was, there bly adjusted, .Mr. Miller says, after he Ma. GkomiK V. DkHoiid, J , the atar makes even the wortt dyspeptic laugh were several Indus, making it the heav-i- t had threatened to turn Mr. Goodo over cometitit, is BpendiriK the week ul Urab and grow fat. st of the season. Yesterday a waim to Lucien Johnson. Orchard. sun dispelled it very fast and the court MiMtiiti U1.AHA ami Stkm.a VanAiih-imi.MATHIMONIAL MATTERS. TilKKKiire just eight people in the of llarrodaburg, aro viaitiuK Minn Wild Goose Cliase, but they are every crowd waded in slush up to their knees. Birdie Sutherland, a ballet girl, has The fin east for Tuesday is fair and coldOphelia lackey. one an artist and tits his part like the pa sued a baron son in London for f er. Miss Maiiy 1)aviuh Di'ddkiiau return per on the wall. The Hasty llros. have dauisges for alleged breach of promu ed from Iaiuiuvillti Sunday with her Tiik property of Col. W. G. Welch was ise. no chair warmers. See the side splitCol. Craddock says he went to the ting performance, Feb. 15, at Walton's sold at auction yesterday by Assignee R. lunch iiiiiroved, museum at Cincinnati and proposed mar) Opera House. 0. Warren as follows: The old Hayden riage to the Missouri giant who Is tJ John IktMA.NAN returuml to feet farm of MO acres to J. W. Hayden at i'), Oinchth tall, but sue declined and the Sunday from a viait to IiIh home for tho PJmiiix Incur-onc- brick otlice in Stanford 1, 67-Thk adjii-te- r folkH at Crab Orcliard. '; 50 shares old man's left again. won here Fri.Mr. M, H. MDgleton and Mies Bettie, Co., A. 11 (.'leim-nts- , in the Cumberland Valley Land Co., !K) Mit Kith KLi.ihi.s, of Pulaski, ha the pretty daughter of Mr. Moses Coilev, day to settle the los on Mr. A. N. Rent-ley- 's to fill; gotten up n good auberription school lii shares in Hell County Coke A weie married at Squire W. L. Dawson's furniture and otWed him a check Imp. Co , Jl.'Jo to 5; Life policy for at Goahen and opened it yeaterday. by ttiat gentleman Saturday afternoon . in full for itKJI) .V). which was accepted. Mim. W11.1. Sri.HKi and children, who in the .Etna fl.'JIO, four shares in Both of ttieni live near Turnorsville. The policy calls for fsX) and Agent It. H. Afttr the marriageof Masterson PeyEatado Cattle Co , of Texas, at --' 50; 10 have been viniting her brother, Sijuire We were on hand with it and bought goods at Mrthony agreed with the adjuster that of Kiioxville, to Misi Sara ton, ., in Montague Roller & Gin Co , of ToleFaulkner, returned to Corbiu yis A. J. of Louinulle, tnis evening, the liinkle, the oiler was a fair one. do, O , at 11 !I5, live shares in Stanford father of the bride, Col. J. P. Hinkle, terday, Hon. H II. Kimi waa up from Frank-foA "Wild Goose Chase" comes to us Water, Light k Ice Co., at J li), and other wid give a dinner at the Louisville yeaterday Biid waan't very entliim-iaati- c Feb. 1, under a positive guarantee that trill ng items all to the First National Hotel, for invitation to which our thanks are due. over the prospecta of t lecting a re if it is not as represented on the bills, B'ink. The homestead and remaining Sam M. Boone, Jr., of the Somerset publican Senator. money for your tickets will be refunded. ownership of brick residence sold to Mrt Keporter, ami .Miss Maggie Ingram elopW. G. Welch for f 1,010, but the bank ed to Chattanooga from Pulaski's capital Mkh. Ja.nk Cloyd, of McKlnney, who It is .1 great show, judging from everyhan been visiting friends in MiMitisippI thing we have hetrd and read of it, be- objected to tho sale as stated by the as- and were married. The groom is n wor Their Loss is your gain. ' thy chip of the old block for whom he is for the prut two months, etopped over to ing chuck full of fun and abounding in signee. named and the bride is said to be a lovevisit Mrs. J. M. Owens n few daya. omerset specialties and music and dancing. ly young woman. Onk Killkd, tiik OriiKii Cuiitlki). Heporter. At trie age of 13, Miss Mary Hardin, W. H. Graddy, one of the wealthiest a precocious maiden of Brownsville, this Mkh. Giohuic P. Taiiima.v, of Newport, M Kiit Kit UoritT. Of the three peitons farmers of Woodford, was instantly kill- State, became a bride. Her husband is visiting her mother, Mrs. Fannie sent to the penitentiary from Mercer last ed and John Owsley Evans, of Danville, lived about a yewr and was called to his Greene. Her huabaud will join her to- week, are twins, John and Henry who was driving with him in a buggy, fathers. Tho youthful widow soon dried morrow. She appears delighted with Watts, who pleaded guilty of stabbing tier had his leg broken and was otherwise for itera and last week became a bride he second time ami before she is 15 her new home and tho people of New- Win Gray and were given one year badly hurt by a Louisville Southern train -- W. S. Grillith, of Jellersonville, Iod., port. each. The trial of Jordon for murder is Thursday near Versailles. Tho buggy engaged to marry .Miss Fta Chambers At Hon. S. Walton Fohoy, af Klkton. set for to morrow and unless all signs top was up and the occupants probably College li ill. Madison county, but he Jeans Pants, 39c; Wocl Filling Jeans, 50c; Good Wool Jeans, $1; l, who married pretty Mit-- Lizzie fail And proof doesn't weigh with a jury, did not see the train till it was too late. came not even after the wedding feast Working Shirts, 15c. had been prepared and the indignant citof this county, ia being urged to lie is sure to be hung. Then Mr. Graddytruck the horse with izens say now that if he ever comes a run for Congress in tho Third Dixtrict Li(t c t okk. Brakeman Stark, whoso a whip. He plunged forward And, just coat of tar and feathers and a ride on a and he has the matter under Rdtitte home is at lajhanou Junction, fell from a as the buggy landed on the track, the en- rail await him. nient. The Courier Journal that freight train near Pittsburg Friday night gine crashed into it and hurled it some Chorles E. Hudson and MIs says Miia. A.nniu Jamh and her mother, Bettie R. Both men were thrown into .Martin, elopers from Paint distance. Water Proof.) Lick, wire Mrs. Nannie Wearen, will occupy the and one of hia legs was run over and so Tnev were badly mangled that it was necessary to the air. Mr. Graddy fell headforemost married in .lellrfrsonville. N. Bent-lehouse lately vacated by Mr. A. against some hard object on the ground accompanied by M.ss Hattie G. Mitchell, as soon bh ttiu damagea for repaint Amputate it just below the knee. He was Miss .Martin. Knee Pants, ioc Wool Mitts, ioc;and many other tilings at Equally and was instantly killed by the concus- who Had been are completed. Mr ilentley bus moved not missed by the other trainmen until M. Hudson colled nt .Mies Martin's Low Prices. Hs.el Patch wis reached, but fortunate- sion. His scalp was badly torn. Mr. Wednesday and proposed to the oung hie family to Livingston. leg was broken near the woman to fleo with him to the Uoosier Kvatih' right Fhyk, the enterprising ly a tramp ran across him and carried Mil. Jamkh him to Pittsburg, Dr. Cooper was sent thigh and he was painfully cut and Gretna Green. At 11 o'clock she aroused merchant of Huptonville, and hia wife, bruised, but not dangerously. He was Miss Mitchell, who had retired, and askwere here Friilav. llesidea attending to on a special train from Livingston and ed if she would taken to Versailles, where every atten- Mitchell assented accompany bur. Mies tuid tho trio slipped much other buBim-pa- , Mr. Frye had hun- operated on him as above. tion was shown him. Ho was going out. Mr Hudson had a buggy in waitdreds of bills printeil telling how cheapU the railroad company makes the home with Mr. Graddy to look at his cat- ing and the party was quickly on its wav ly he sella goods and had the "ml " which much desired change in their trains, it tle with a view of buyir.g them. Mr. to Junction City, 1!5 miles away. The appears in another column inserted, and wilt be of as much benefit to Stanford as Graddy was - and said to bo worth rain was pouring, but a stormy night presented no terrors to tho ruimwayp. through which ho will tell hia patrons of to Lancaster. Put your shoulder to the T.'OO.OOO. Mies Martin is a handsome girl, and the reduced prices for many months. wheel, Col. W. P. Lancaster Record. Later news from Mr. Evans is not eo daughter of a widow. Her mother was Suniiay'h Courier-Journcontained Tho I. J. would advocate an improvefavorable, but Dr. Duulap, who took strongly opposed to her marriage. Mr good pictures o( Prof and Mrs. J. M. ment in the train service on the K. C, Mrs. Evans thither, says ho has hopes Hudson is emp'oyed by a sewing maHubbard and the six hnndsome teachers even if Lancaster alone was benefited. chine company. that he will pull through. of Ho'vard College. Speaking of the We certain'. y hope something will be College the paper says that Prof. Hub- done for at present tho schedule is as In order to help our dear girls .VXWJ A DVKKTISKH K.VTS. In their ellorta to mate, bard ia maintaining its high character for mean as it cau be for those along the We publish th;s list of bachelors thoroughly sa in the development and branch. The schedule suggested by the 9) That each may find her fate. MC " 'Ml m discipline of the young minds intrusted Record is ii good ono and wo hopo will 3STOTICE. For there will bo no more Leap Years to hia cure. Tho name piper also con- bo adopted. Wo know it will if Supt. 9) 'Till nineteen hundred and four, a tine likeness of Miss Ida May Hood will let John Farm talk to tains him And all who miss this chance Policy No. t.ori Mrrhanui and Trailers Grant, Lancaster's sweet poetess. May never have more. t' awhile on the subject. Company is unaccounted lor Holder of isme 'Inn Richmond Register prints these will please dfh cr to me, same having been unlcr-t- d First, there's William A. Tribble, cancclkd. Tiik new city council elected O. J. Friday's issue of pleasant parsgraphf-He's tall and he's spare; l). W VANDKVKKR, 98 They bay he has got money the Stanford JoriiN.M, contained a fairly Newland, chief of police, by;a unanimous Stanford, Ky. Quo mare. And a monstrous good likonePH of Hon, John Sam Owsley, vote, a high compliment to as good an Then there's handsome Uarve Helm, candidacy for Congress is ollker as over swung a club. Judge W. Jr., whose So long and so slim, meeting with marked encouragement all E. Varnon was elected attorney by a vote And if you're anxious to marry, over tho district. Mr. K 0. Walton, the of threo to W. H.IMiller two. Mr. War What's the matter with him ? ubiquitous and hustling bushies.') mana- ren tolls us he did not eeek the ollicoaud HUSTON villi:, ky., And hero's Peter McRoberts, was not a candidate. Mr. A. A. ger of that incomparable scrupulously neat, So Is telllni; goods cheaper than ever. My Spring was unanimously tho Stanford Intkiiiok Juuh.nai., was in He'll make you a good husband, Goods arc arriving every day and I do not heaitate So kneel at his feet. . town Monday working tho court day treasurer. Mr.W. M. Bright's name was to say that In every line the assortment is comnot presonted atj the proper time. plete and ngnt up to date in style, quality and crowd fjr subscriptions. you want a medicine man, If prices. I V.now am in position to make specially George B. Wearen had no opposition for John Wells tills the bills, Low Prices and I will pay your toll if you don't He can euro you when sick clerk and ho will till tho ollice another AND VICINITY. CITY find it so. Don't buy your Dress, your Suit, your At With his wonderful pills. term. An order was made that unless a Shoes or ysur Carpet until you seo what lean do Kkw stylo of neckwear at W. II. for you, liceiiBO of 20 each was paid for tho scales But Kirls, if you want a man who'll S. I) YOWELL.Salfsman. Shanks'. put up in tho street on Main and near the depot, CLOTHING. Mcn'i Suits from. Jj 50 up The silks and the luce, Youths Suits, lone pauta, Irom John M.Goccii has a now they must be removed. Such an or 3 00 up Take our advice and at clever from llos' Knee Pants auitscent, cheaper 50 up Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. boy at his Iioubo. der was entered several years ago, but it 'I his is 30 to so per than last year Will Shanks make your face. . the latest ihingi in Cash, URKS GOODS.-whs never carried out. Then here comes Al Prico, meres, Henriettas, Tricots, bilks, Satins and VelTake your watch, clock and jowolry vets at bottom prices He's little but loud, GINGHAMS. All colon In Apron Checksat to Dankp, tho Jeweler. Work repairs Oaiwon. Some men are bom great, And will make ono of tho best mates cents. Kino Dress do. at worth 16c, guaranteed others achievo greatness and still others Of the beautiful crowd. WHITE uod Laces will please the most fastidious at prices to that greatness thrust upou thorn. Wo Carroll Shanks may bo spoken for, suit. Tint Lady Maccabees uro requested to have But never mind that, MUSLIN. HIeached and unbleached in eve-hardly tell under which hoad the attend tho meeting in full forco next can quality that Is to be fouud in a stoie Faint heart ne'er wins anything, Hon. Samuel M.JCarson.of tho Kentucky Special juices 011 tobacco canvas. Saturday at 2:30. So put it to him pat. All III IS, Collars, Cuffs and Neckwear in en. Legislature, co nes, bal certulu it is that less variety, frcm a good, strong work ablrt at 31c Carroll Bailey, the horseman, to the nnest Maoris doth. Jackonets, dimities, towels, crash, he is a yroat mini. None but the truly He too wants to marry, fit and suit any man, L'NDKUWEAR-- To napkins and table linens aro among tho great could so bravely defy all rules of As well as that Baughman boy, or child SHOKS. If there Is any one line that claims Harry. Tho tall, handsome orthography, etymology, eyntax and latest arrivals at Shrinks. supeuoritj in nif stock it l Snots. The 30th And there's Olartnco.E. Tate, Cmitury Toe, the long, square toe on all the prosody and show such utter and abso'-lubought 10 shares of calico man, dilftrent lasts, and I will save you Iron joe to Si Tho pretty J. II. Bai'ohman disdain for tho teachings of Lindley a patron them. "Try me " Ho'a a very good catch, Collar Pads, liridles, Check Lines, &c , &c. Call and see our First National II ink Htock yesterday at Murray, Webster nnd othora ag Mr. CARPETS and .MA T l'ING-were advanc n So catch him who can. td 011 lha ao;h of January, but I bought mine be. for tho old and ?5 proinium on the par lure. I can si.ll them at wholesale prices and has dono. Ilia motion to ''fleet Ttiat knight of the yard stick, make money new. Werner on couut of groso fraude," has Al Severance, is next, QLEKNSWARK I have it in all the stapto articles and at very low prices. Because Joo's gone to Memphis, Tub young: people of tho Chrijtian made him famous and newspapers from Aibuckle's Coflee GKOCKRIKS. 10 cents Where he now takes his text. Green Colfeo jo cents church will give a literary and musical onoond of tho country to tho other aro They are the Best too long now, Granulated Huar at a secret price. Kiev 5c lb. Hut tho list crows social nt tho church Friday eveninR publishing it to show of what manner of 3 cans best T. maloes or Corn jj cents So here it must close, A 3 lb. can Peeled Peaches IO cents next. Everybody Invited. Nochargoto men tho republican contingent of tho Till our issue next F'iday, Groccrie are Csah and thojc prices are for Kentucky Legislature is composed. Cash, got out, tho real oi them goes. When get In or Twenty-twnew subscribers in the lasUwo dajs isn't bad. but we are used to that kind of thing. fvmllr'?m m " BSF rsKM: tv-----,- 'i JK miva .mmm - n 1U nr.H 1- RI V-- "'i.- lit. Cottons, plow-gear- , Percales White Goods, m Hich-mo- toll-gat- e Are You One of Our Customers ? SEVERANCE & SON. 11 k, SUCH BMtGfflUS Were never Heard of Before. 1(H),-00- 0 m vm-io- I.otiln-villi- e Manufacturers Needed the Money, $0,-(M- E-q- rt 50contheDollar $15 Suits for $7.50 -S- to $18 Suit, $10, Twid-wel- t Melntoshes Only $3.50. y, 7- al OVEBCOAT At T20 Per Cent! DISCOUNT 5, Ji Look al Your Policies. Irmir-anc- m Tf3V7 UTJMilLf JLJALi J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky. irirrTcr : JAS. FRYE, Kclntoshes, : 1 BIG- LUTE semi-weekl- y, y Slickers, Rubber Coats, Rubber Shoes, H. J. McROBERTS. All n'-.c- , GOODS.-Kinbroiue- nes y first-clas- s te Plow Gear, Wagon Harness, Collars, Car-Bo- AII m static Sewed Collars HIGGINS & MoKINNET. . je. TTT n'i ph Semi-Week- ly interior Journa AT SCARCITY OF GLASS. Ex-ooods PubUBhed Every TuoBday and Friday Tho Domaud In Amorloa Far tho Supply. .Sonic $2 PER YKAKIX Vi3VV3S'ClC rWhn not sspaid !?a.60 will be chrRtd.- from 7 Iiitrrotlnfj Knot Altout tho Truilo 11 Ki'lliibfo Suurci-Th- K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leave ""tinford at t 4 15 a in, cturmtlg of Attain 1'actorU'i. o In 1Ic1r1.ui Stisto 3 P- - n. L.&N. No. 14, LOCAL TIME CARD. Train going North No, 16. " South No. 15, -" " No. J, QUEEN &CRESCENT. .11 ?P m 315am isospci t5l'Ui Trxim piss Junction City as follows: .11 j? a m No 2 North ...3 No. t South "3 ' .. 5 .. Note. Nrs. s and 'and iandS 10 run no than Junction City, nor on jnday. 9 .itot pnm 40 i .. j c a m "6 ' " 4 " 10 " " .. 6 00 a m fur-h- (6pm ...1.46 pm ...3.15 am er R0Y4L S5ri.T. a relginn niiinufneturers thnt they hae., little profit to seek iu this country iu XiADISSS the future. The 31 tank furnaces in op- M. S. RAt'GllHAN J W. HaVGHMAN. eration in Belgium nre turning out more glass than enn K marketed, now thnt the American market alxsorhs so 8. OWSLEY, JR., littJe of their jiroduct, and for tlie first rROrniETORS time in tlie p:ist tpinrtir of a century they nre tarty. I.IYERY, FEED & SALE problem called upon to cojio witli tho of overproduction. STABLE, "At a recent meeting the matter iTTT T THE RILEY HOUSE IZ-Z Montague Seamside. Swell affair, - - Kentucky. was fully discussed, and it was decided - f . Stanford, K. U. HIIiEY. Proprtotor, to reduce production after January 1, old man, Lsn't it? We're part of tho r t f 1'' "400" proportioned to tlie capacity of firms London. - - - Kontucky. Harry Jteed (with gloomy comr-tlon- ) PawLaiJUiiS-- KZf If you need hvcry give us a call. Nothing out operating. Thematterof arranging deYes; and a necessary part, too. turnouts will leave our stable. See us tails was left to a committee of live, and I have moved to my new Hotel and aw btl public for rates. In our Seamside How's that? S II (I prepared than ever to accooimodat. lh on the Pae Feme y it is believed that production will lx you Keep Good Livery attached sod .very cnovunieric. de- Dudderar, J I. Dtwson.J II Hughs. R tobh, nied, Give me a call. Heed The two ciphers. Lippju- Kd d reduced fully for several BLACKSMITH SHOP. Carter, II Chancels r an. Mothers who hve usFRANK RILFV. months in the new year. This is tho ootts .Magazine. G A PE roS'.Hianfrd Ky ed It. worlc and s atisfactoi Agent for Llmoln f unty WUlsusrantej m jm most convincing proof thnt American shoer. .She Hatdu't Sutd. Unces Tiy ourho window-glas- s manufacturers hno "Kr I want some sort of a present SPRINt. AND SUMMER. Splendid Farm For about fought their most formidable A. G. Lanharu Jjbn H, Castleman. a young lady." foreign rivals to n standstill, and it is for Something to Beautify the Ladies. "Sweetheart or sister?" Or Exchange. hoped thej will make full use of their "Kr why she hasn't said which New Hals, flowers and laccsl opportunities, and not only nniply sup- she will be yet." Cincinnati Enquirer. Dallv (itwninini; We. gtv the assiirance to the tradi'that they wil ply the entire demand, buUake prompt . ... viM..M-- - Ontukt two miles Kan ol llustonvillc Con ?. l. ... nivr same ..rl...luna.a ins nllU in OUT P.iailll.lireein .U Otrrloudrd. measures in their organized eapaeity n siyie Ol paiiern., iiai. nu uuuurv. n.. .. .. ate novultles Boy Fine Land, Company to bring the average jtmlity up to the satchel? Say, mister, ashall I carry ycr leading throughout intheMillinery for which we sea- X40 Acres country known I)o it fer dime. high standard established and admiratrimmer for the I hae secured a Well Improved and In an escrllent neighborhood Dude My satchel is not heavy. son. Thanking you lor past favors, we respectLaud lies well Wiil eichange for a smaller or a bly maintained by the leading tank OF LIVERPOOL. so lu erally cheaper puce in this or any good county in lhe Boy Well, let me carry yer cane, fully solicit your patronage heretofore Ml II DUHDKRARmanufacturers of the country. of grtxvnet and bestowed. Matn or would take a clean KATfc DUDDLRAR, Matisgor. hardware in part payment In some live I wn, or "Enough glass to BARBEE & CASTLEMAN nnd of uniform highatisfj thedi'innnd. then. X. Y. Weekly. will sell for part cash, alan e in five years' nine quality, must be or longer if desired, for further partKulari t ail Ills Aliliorreut 1'rofrsslon. MANAGERS, on or address. h. I). KK.SNKIm , made tlie watchword of Iwith the PittsIlls Fair One Well, you must b HiislODvilie, Ky J lj burgh and western manufacturers, and jirotty nearly a pig to cat so much as Oaminarcc Building, LouiavilJf, unless prices are foolishly Bricklayer & Stonecutter advance! all that, STANFORD Agents throughout the South to sueli a point a to again stimulato Tho Reiortor Not quite but I Stanford, Kontucky. imjiorts we ought to be alile, in it hao to live by tho pen. X. Y. World. FEMALE : COLLEGE. W. A. TBIB3LB, Lootvl Ageiv, to completely establish our inNo Harm to Try. work In every dustrial independence." STANFORD, K. Guarantee Iirst STANFORD, KY. years eape. Ella Why don't you accept Arthur? Ur Prices rearona'li' The demand for window glass still V 3" rience. Ida Oh, he's so slow. keeps up and is in exctws of the imWILLIAM SIIKLION, Prusident. .IF YOU ARKGOING "Quito true; but he might hurry up mediate supply. This is largely Lady Pnncipsl. MRS. NANNIK S. SAUPM-.VS. BT7B.CH:, to order stiiiiulHt.-- by dis- wome time." Tofuu Xouic. Miss Kmma L. Martin, Petiding Teacher in the THH count offered large buyers and memStudy Hall; Attorney at Law, bers of tlie Jobbers' association by the I'rincipvl ol the Mlsic Miss Maty organized manufacturers, and on acKentucky. St.in ford, count of building activity. Tlie regular Mm Mary P. Harris, Principal ol lhe DepartOfFce on Lancaster street, opposite the Court, ments ol Art and hiocutitn. demand, howeer, Ls ery large. cspe. ial uttelition 8S House Cclltitioos rtteive Adtices from Belgium were thnt an Remember we are the ixcIujim' agects for the Next Session will Begin Wednesagreement had been reached among ce'ebrated "W. B. day, January 22. LOUISVILLC I NASHVILIE R. H. manufacturers which will curtail Falls Branch Jellico Coal, , during DecemlH-reach of 31 P'or terras, fie, sen for Circular ,r call at 'the College firms operating tank furnaces having Also that it will be to the interest of efrbody Is the line for you,ai its Nut and itc our agreed to close their factories tempo- to call the ery lowest.clean pay the cah atCoal. We the Prices Uouble Dally Trains rarily in order to preu-n- t overproduc- price. therefore are able to seli at the lowest mites, TJ. CAK.P3S1TTER, Come aud see us Malcedose connections at tion. Pittsburgh Chronicle-TelegrapGood Coal makes red ashes, no cinders. Halls and ollice connected by Electric Hells. 47 Prompt and polite service to guests. 11 ' "A very hllght increiw-- in ex porta to tho United States is uotetl during Aheu tliere wjusjui uncertainty A cream of tarter baking pow about American factories ntartlug up, der. Highest of all in leavening and imiorters plneeu Jnereii-set- l onlors strength. Latest United States in tlie belief tiiat late resumption would H'riously curtail ovnll-aGovernment Food Report. .tock. The very full reBOYALBAKING POWDER CO., sumption of American factories and 106 Wall Street, New York. the organized condition of our manufacturers, the wi.se and liberal policy which hns bean adopted iu their dealings it It tlie distributing trnde, th' ready acceptnnoo of changed conditions J. F. UARKKR, Proprietor, by the jobbers and the promptness 1th - which they have placed their orders, to- gether with the limine of manu- Rates TWO DOLLARS Par Dav. facturors and tho satisfactory condi-- 1 Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large tiou of joblHirs, has about convinced and Commodious Sample Rooms. e POWDER l'orolL'U window glass litis been "J- jnost completely Bhut out of the lnitol States. Tlic lutent reports .show a ' rajiid falling off iu Imported glass, tuid during the liust tow months Importa' linvo been lower than eer le fore in tho ' lUstory of tJte trade. All tlie glims World. needed in thLs country will be muuufnc- Coualile. ration. ngvn' tnretl at home, tus prices and lnv ..... "Here U some material, tailor, and I Iiprilj4 i...v. vvfltjvr-. n rt ii f. li IVM..1V1IV..V.I, ' .. ..V ..V t virtt..Ti ..V.wV while tho workers are eonsiderhur the want you to mnkowon suit," "l ncvor 'or, with cloth that is ndvlsabllitv of demanding an luhiiiico! in wruww. Kdltor Frank M. C.essuer. of iwuffht elsewhere." "I don't understand that; if I bring the Xutiontil Glass Itudget, who Ls well posted on tho condition of tho glaxa you tho material you lose just as much iess on my clothes." Hitch fur Alle. trade says: "The Uelginn manufacturers si-- to! No Sui li I.110U fur Him. liavo ubout givtu up the idea that tho Gibbs Say, Henpeck, whnt would United States is a dependency of that ytnt do if your wife should elope with little kingdom so far tus window glass another man? is concerned. Our markets do not even Henpeek (sorrowfully) 1'lrnso don't ntTord good lighting ground for the.ni, ' talk about such a thing to mo. You under present conditions. Wncetf know ery well that I'm not a lucky abro:ul are nbout as low as Uiey esin bo man. Texas Siftings. reduced, for een now such organiza.n I'nfiMiiiilcl Ituuior. tion asexists in HeJgium Ls preparing tu Bridget They do say Unit the city demand higher wages nt the first favor nblo opportunity. Owing to tho largo wnther is unhealthy, l'at. Sure Ultra's l'at (incredulously) curtailment resulting from the strike. some mistake. Bedad, n' didn't 01 only Inst April and May there has been sufll ' mariiin'seenny number avdilicato oiant demand to fairly this insee's alolvo in a glass nv 'U little absorb the product until within aery Judge. : I - The tires in Now York city laat year Kilo fa fipok. Family That was quite a averaged over 10 a day nnd cost W,l iryllil, pretty trap I saw you out in tho other It is donblfnl if tho loss from conllssra. to HERNDON-CARTE- R day, Mrs Do Snide. INCORPOflATCD. Krations in lSDo in tlie whole of France Mrs. Do Snide Yes, that's my new much exceed these iluures. We handle every thing on commission, nnd do the lurgcst business, having more phaeton with tho cantelopo top. I Careful, prompt, mid honest dealing is the secret of man liuvcrs than other hou-.eproportioned perfectly A mailed free. just drug myself out to go riding for of his our success. Correspondence invited, l'nce currents foot 313-31Murroll Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. my health. I'm so seldom well, you weighs '.'8 pounils for every height. Know. Judge. Hucklln'B Arnica Salvo Ainu, Aliial The best salre in the woillfor cuts, bru less HIG LINK 01'- Mrs Clubber Look nt. that lovely sarcs, ulcers, silt rheum, fever sotes tetter, chapnew bonnet of Mrs. J'.eamers' corn, and all skin en ptions ped hands, chilblain., It li Old Clubber Yes; it came within .it positively cures piles, or no pay repuireil. moiit) or luiranteedtogivepetlectsatlsfac.iou an ace of being yours. cent, per boi For sale Uy . refunde.1. Pnce 15 W. It. MeKi.Irts,driii:l.t Mrs. Clubber How so? Old Clubber (despondently) Reamdaughter ol Mr tied Webber, which ers held the otlier nee, confound hint! lth J,M"ss . had a uiyHn cold and ' X. Y. rngrTilf aa Mrn. Do SHIP YOUR PRODUCE s CO. 0 PLOW GEAR, 1 Hoi-U- n Intt-.tu- V ! ho had not been aide to cue with aiym . Cough him a .4 cent bottle ..t harihwU W Kmcdy.,.says... P HoWeB. mrnhaiit an. ... vv Itni.ili.lJ and the rest time i I . i k....i I, uor.eil like a charm. t'1 MH.I ... . k... -- -" re medy Is intend"-.- ! especially i" uch at oia. no'ip I riM?diar conn d anger in giving U ' ihtldien lor It conMii nothiti? triuiiou. For sale by CrU A Hocker, Staalotd, Kv. Be 1 ," HARNESS, SADDLERY, &c. Call and sec them. t- .,........,.. "' t 1 All Kinds anil at Lowest Prices. TTjrK,Isrilsrc3- PLOWS, I K ! sell ChumbcrUili'sOouKh ItrmeHy. lamous t r its croup and curofi tad tolls,such a mediiinewrMHipliigtbwcougli lem gite rthen r.eed ot efv a Irtnl and you will be more than pleased with the result Ky. 1 or sale by Ctalg A llocker, Stanford, I,9iili arc irrowlac muiii and more in the hM' lookirr to era! A llockt r Ur tho Ulest i' " k..i ..f rvrrvihlin? in tne atxik'. rse. of FARRIS & HARDIN. 1 II A h A illvixU OK Hl.k (leek, N Mr. IJ. Wiley, was so badly at"icted with rheuiaitiim that he wa only able to hobble around lth nnn, and ven then it cauel him great pain AHr umIiJ Clunn VrU.u s Pain Halm he was so iu.h impt. v He isys this ed that be threw aay his cane. medillll'.mcr.t did him more K"l than all lh cine, snd tttatment put together For sale at j and jo cents per oottle by Crsig v V , Threw Away His Cane. BijSSSSSSfjj "ock Ilreeders e Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronnuyh, Pror, - I Crab Orchard, urr ' ii-m - Kentucky. tne i.t Pigs lor saie from the best types il Ktglitcisd het.ls !n tevtral different Slates Corie.pondtticc Solicited trans-Atlanti- c Hockcr.stanlord Ky ; jwriod. Absolutely Puro.i &p-teinbe- r, ( bl Tlie total lengtli of common roatla in this country good, ImiI and Indilfereiit Tlic IlUrrrrt Young .Min. - line Wen estimated by Uen Hoy Stone, "Shall I sins 'ftcti Holt ? " ?lie naked him. of the road bireau of the drparlnient of It happened his name was Hen; lie never stopped to answer, Hcriculture, a a little over 1,300,000 He bolted tliere and thn. miles. Pan rrnnclsco examiner. Tho Discovery Savod H1h Life. a iiisagkkimiim: roxn iioy. C"(iLX5' In itocoivinp; His sas life Mr BARKER HOUSE, Somerset. 1 miles nhout, but o( no avail B'l I cuutd not live. Having Dr Kuik' New Iicovery ib my store. I eet for tiom the Hs i b. tiletoand brgau anduie nd using Ihieefirst dce bullies alter gH belter It is woith it. welgkt in a up and about again Kold W'e wont kf.p slori. r house without it.' liet a tre trial at v II MeRobcrts' druj; slori. ph)siciusf (' Collmuetto. druKtfist, llcaveistillo III my Ne Discovery To tJr Kwk' Wss tsken ilh la gilppe and tried all tho loe FALL Surgeon : AND : WINTER t'l U : GOODS. U It- - 1 was riven up and told Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranicrd. Give si.. 'ga A. S. 1'RICK, Dentist, 55E tec?rtTO HI i!M.NUINi.-- Ww'K I V v. Kentucky. j If Mi I "- l- Curo for Hoadache. As a remedy lor nil forms ui l(eala.hc Klectrtc It eltnts Hitters hs. pr.ivrd to 1k the srryUsl s pvrnianent cute ard the n.ol dera.led habitual sick tf its inr1ueni.c We urge all who aie alt'.lctid to pr ure a bottle an.tgl.e In . s nt hsii,tl t. rrmody a fair t'i-- 1 tt is stipstlon Eleclrlc Ilittri-- mies ly giving the yl.-ld- . M. Wl si ile "W. JOHITSOIT, , M.S.&J.W.Baughman, j huan Mulu Mich, can write Jon til tl,e mua favurat,!. plaai ol fniur an. a,.n frpre.eat. tht a.d reiiahl L.atral hend-uS- . ert. lii'.g st.,i m the tlwsley lu... lie Office over Mck Wart). 'un of I nisisUI. Ky auj ill II tiding glad to have a liberal skaic ol your piroage, ill le irady l.i . oolrr ai' the lavoe. that s .a b Ibe by any warehouse I.mg ir-Libera! rath and few . 11I.-.- I irne to lb- - b.ifl 1 md- - on . msigaavewts, boh la tb Try it 01. r I.sik't ot thi. raedn iu w.riw lh u.e I hou.e ati.t w.uuiiy be at laufi.id every cents at A R IVtiliy . Ir ig bloi tottles 'Olv court day Parties wanting bogsrseadi, prises or New JO..-Iol th laie.t style. iu.t received .. m line m nrv shoiibt a Urr.s me at I'allit Li. k, Ky. i the Urgol ani ' est Call la an t , (at ever ''rough! to unlurd Pfivrs js low s the I'r.rnpt a'.lcnliiiit guaianteed lowest nJery Material Kleant line Lineas aad hrnlr in thl. the Eighth Is a candida'e (ur Ccng-es- s MISS I.ICCIK IIKAZI.EV, HJN'l fORt.l I IHA1 ol the I)eiaociti. District, subieit ti the acl-oManfurd, Ky Slaitford, Ky. ?v Old r.ir.rui the to, heluhle Ml. lii..irmie if l)lr..,c TO THE 1 11 1 J. . -r-- to-nig- i first-cla- ss SBl! J PPHTr: V I -firsl-cla- is - THE FAVORITE MILLS, A l MiKINNKY, K ., one-thir- first-clas- s Sale bead mtllor, you are sure of good Flour and fair trralmefit l sum and bring us your grlnJitig and heri IhijIr; mil tor our old and will m.rili.hr.! brands, 1'avoritc 1'atMit, Ladies' favorite and Kakert' Choice IIATKS A SON. suicrnr to K I. Tanner K ravortte Milling C. y Ian fjuiuu. Kuhwoiid Clly Mil loin lo toil Work., ol Iti.hiuoevd, luu , and with capacity now mcriw.nl, are dmng more and bWIrr work than ever bvfurr, aad witk the old reliable D V Have jutl Wca overhauled aud rrpaired lion bit ROYAL Farmers Bank&Trnst Co Isnow fully . tasurance of Or STANIOKt), KY., orj.uirci and ready for busiueis ' ill Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. 0,000. lk 1111 few-year- Cl-- ss psr-ic- u JS?OHTH WEST, W. , SUCCKbSOU toTHK LINCOLN NATIONA1. HANK OK STANFORD, Now cteaiog up) with the asms assets aud undai the same management lly provisions of its chaiicr, depositors are ai fully jroteclc-as aie dcxiloii in National Hanks, ita shareholders being held individually banlc to the eaicni ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value therrol, 10 addition to the smouM invested in smh shares ft may act as csecutor. ndiaiuiitraior, trust.-c- , Ac, as fully as so individual To those who entrusted their bulsincss 10 us while meaging the Lincoln National Hank al Slsnlord, we w. hue lender our many thanks and trull they will loutmui to transact their business with us, otfaripg as a guarantee for prompt attention 10 Is oir twenty years' banking andat liberal a. ommodations as aru with urand bai.tinj d sar, otpi-neuc- cos-iilUt- ut Coal, Goal, Coal, Co-ve- jiro-ductio- n DB, FEiTirsr, 1 Duint-iti'- - L0T7ISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. For any information enquire of JOES. UICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky h. fffSw0 : Opposite the S. J J. Willisics, Ml. Vsruon; .11 Shanks, Stanford, J.S. Uoalcy, Statiloid; S J. Ktnbry, Stanford; J. II Owsley, Sunlonl; J. V Casn, Sttnfsrd; Willum Uooch, btaulord; A. W. Carpenter, MllIcdj0vills, W "H. Cumiiuns, Pieachors 11 S, II. Shsaks, l'r.iident, Dr.rj.MI. Owsley,Caihier, 1 lUHiuom; W M llright, Teller. TIIFOUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Ky- - Midland Only Duect Liue Between quickest Shortest R'y, CSnciuuati and Frankfort between and Ask lor tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time Tabid Nov. 3, 1895. Frankfort, Qoorgotown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, thobsstoflhewaes,andifitisstralght Falmouth and Covington. the glass No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. a. m, p. in. p. m. 4 S too 655 I so yc8 4 IS 7 herself should remember that she is EXCHANGE better looking than the most kind of FOR SALE- looking glasses bid her believe. A mirror, it is contended, cannot flatter n Home and Lot in Crab Orchard, Ky face thnt is in its natural state, that Five rooms and kitchen, cellar, (lower pit, stable lliat clats repair ; a Is, not "made up." Kwn the tery best anu other outbuildings, all hII kinds of dull trees well ol ncer fillini; plate glass has a pale green tinge, and small truili. Lotwaier contains about one acre. for Will which reflects a color a trifle less clear good scllcheap or exchange place small farm inH1 rented fjr neighborhood 'lhe than original; hair also has always u to Mr, llutrhsearent, who will is ibe place to bo who desires to look at It For turther more glossy sheen than the ghws shows. any one I. H STEPHEN'S, Intormatlon address Jf it is way tlie glass never shows Si , Lexingtan, Ky. 203 N. 111 l.iiT-Oon- Kiry girl DUtniht tln l.onklnsr Clu. who is dissatisfied NUM. A: SON. with Dentist, Stanford, : Ky. Post-Glli- P S -- Centrally located. TKAINS EAST. r.w Knnktort A Stamping Uround Arr. ElWhorn C. S. Depot a; GeoreetownMB... ' rjn C 7 43 7 5 8 30 Soj 5 ; 5 4' 4 47 48 a 15 2 so 4 CO TRAINS WEST. No. L,y vi.f.v Paris " - " Goorgetown r, S. Depot C U - a. No. 4. " p. m. 6 00 9 S No. 10. No. 8. a. iu. p. m. 4 40 5 ti Stamp's Gro'd Elkhorn Frankfort A... to 10 10 8 10 46 007 6$i 1 64.1 35 6 40 7 oa its 30 a; I 8 If SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10 10 a. m, arrive Frankfort eonnec-tiMsform "uavFrankfort S Tl - Snts Trot- Kentucky the shortest and cheapest routs to all South, East, North and West. further information apply to their agents. c. D. BERCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent.. GEO. 0. HARPER, Kc'r& Gen Sup jn arrive Georgetown MidlndR'ailvy and 4 30 p. Frankfort Kv More important and still better to be remembered and carefully treasured, no one eer looks at the face so closely or so critically ns the owner of it looks at the reflection in the glass. Jllemishes that are a. grief to a girl may pass quite unnoticed by her friends. The two or threo gray hairs thut appear unfairly soon on tlie head of a girl who overworks her brain simply have the effect of high lights in a picture and jms.s for an extra gloss. The flguru that looks hemy when Been only a.s far as the waist iu a glass may bo absolutely in graceful proportion when seen with tlie rest of the figure. Table Talk. H Took It Coolly. "What did Fred llae to say about my refusing him?" "He said lie would have proposed Booner if he had known you weren't going to accept him." Town Topics. non-conceit- ed accentuates the straightness. Portland. ..To the San Francisco. Via The r(j)) IQUISVUtt HytllKf iCh'CA53"Bt .(5 i.omsvrc.xje Elegant Pullman Vestlbuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address Only Dining Car Route From TO CHICAGO. ) FRANK J.REID.i G. P. Agent, Chicago or f j (. E.H.BACON D. P. A , LoulsTllle Be sure tn call for Moaon Route. Denver. St. Paul. Waller A. Wood Mower and Reaper Machines, lor Cultivators of the best quality, best lluggie OK STANFORD, KV. the money, Pltueloni, hurreys and Carriages ol and fanciest and latest styles tho richest iiualltlcs f'he best gradool light buggy harness and the cheaper grades Collars, hames, bridles for farm Proprietors of strap worn 01 an kmu purpoes, breeching and "" Kurmlure of all description. 'Irunks, bags, traveling telescopes, horse blankets, bnggv rugs, stove STANFORD, KY. all ol wnich he nwites and stove fixtures. &c, Attention or the public is invited to the far .1 your attsnlion and irspectlon mid promiix to deal lhat this Is the only National Hank in Stanford Having bought'of P W. Grcca liu Llvcrv justly and act honorably with you in all transacUnder the provisions of the National Hank and added now buggies and burses, we arc tions. ThankiPK my many customers lor their are secured not only by the capital prepared to furbish I patronage In the pat year, I solicit a liberal con- (lock, but by the stockholders' liability loi aa tinuance, and wish them all a happy new year eijual to the stock, so that depositors ol smouni I). S. CARPKNIKIt. FIRST-CLAS- S Sotf this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000. Hustonvllle, Ky. five sworn statements of thocondition of the bank are made each yearto the United States governOn short notice The travrlinr; public will find ment and its assets are einmlncd at staled times Drum-nit-ut alivuvs ready and willing to lurnish t by agents, thus securing addititoca : Wagons, either siugle or double, or Carri : snd perlect safely to depositors. agtscf a.l kinds at scry LOW PRICKS. The This institution, originally established as the will also rind us the peoboysin and ar. und Deposit Hank of Stanford in i8j8, then ple to deal with Stop with us when in town at iid as the National Hank ol Stanford iu iSoj and nnd entertainments and yo- r horse and veigain first National llauk ol hicle will be well enrvd for KENTUCKY. Stanford in ibSa, has had practically an uninterG, II. COOPER rupted eintencoofja years. Itis better supplied S; Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky Offers his services o ino people ol West Linnow with lacilities lor transactinKbuiincss prompt trull stock of ColLus ly and liberally than ever before coln and Casey Counties, iu Us long and always oa hand. and Caskets honorable career. Accounts of corporations fiduoj D. d. Carpenter, Manager. ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully 'soiic- TLe Directory of this flank is composed ol CALL ON Korestus Iloid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harm, Lincoln; J. 11. Collioi, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford,-S- . STANFORD, KY., H. Ilaughuian.i Lincoln; J. S. llocksr, Stanford; Pocket Key Checks by Mail forMetatjneCents. rL fif anu Key IIk-BW. A.Trlbblo.Staofird; CURES NOTHING BUT PILES i all klnus.?. Uailges, not";-- " M. D. Elmore, Stanford; rh'ama. Ac. Stamping on MeUlaudgeu- : Au.,r 'T" " T. P. Hill, Stanford; jliuu u.v. M II Klmnii.. fltnre. , eral reoairing SURE and CERTAIN CURE S6: btauford, Ky. K. L. Tanner, McKinney; 10 yoars known M. J. Miller, Ml. Vernon.Kr I REMEDY taka all the maesi cam I will trade lor HIUUjO. for cash or In my home leather J.S. HockM,P,eiId,nt; HOLD Y ALIi DRVOOIMTB, Jno. J. McRoberts, Cr shier; in Otti couftdaja at Stanford or at FritiriltySICIAUCCITUEO CO.. S7.LSUIS. A A.McKianey, Ant. Cathltr J helm. Chas. Enn.liD, Tanner. Office on Main Street, HI SIONVILLE, Will carry a full Jinu ol genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, Silver Sleel Plows and repairs for lhe Gain and other leading larming lini It'uieiits. she OK FIRST NATIONAL BANK $100,000 GEO. B. COOPER, bus-mr- Uvcry and Feed Stable, TURNOUTS Capital StockSurplus 23,700 J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, cote-umeii- u ao HUSTONVILLE, TABLER'SDII BUCKEYE D T III IJ as the for PILES. F. G. BRADY, c OINTMENT lor w. -- a, .!.., ., -- "-- -- BEST