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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896021401 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 Weekly Interior Journal vol. xxiii. HUSTONYILLE. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14 1896. ! y, NO. 99 3 Tbe Alligator Club, composed prlnri pally of profcesslonal men, will Boon have an existence in Huatonvlllo. The ' meeting will bo bold eeiui montbly ami u provision will be made for tbe physical as well hh the psychical man. We now, hope for an early elucidation of the cur- iUe8tlon ami others of impcr tance. -- Tbe Mebnrry Medical Co lege, of WILIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY- On Sunday uioriiinu Hitler George Dr. V. II. County Clerk John 0. Lovitt baa a Thero Is no danger of a drouth at will boat the Wentherford Hotel Mori Uoweu'H discourse will bo "AIihIj'h Faul-da- new boy at his house. present. Fob. 17, and romitin h fuw dtiyH. Call ty H.trnee?." Millard Cricillis, aged 22, died nt Services were hold Sunday by a The pnpiin in MisH .Murphy'tj kinder-you- r his father's homo lasi week nfppendi-citis- . minister of at once ami make an fnKtnieiit for tho Haptist church. work. All work is guarantee!. Kx- - grten clam celebrated the anniversary of Tho brass bind treatetl the town to Ahruiiam Lincoln's birthday, Feb. 2, ty -- l I'ho little amiiifttion free. child of a charming serenade Monday evening. lVimy, "your dentist," Reduction In Prices ! having appropriate exfrcisea. .Mim Helen Thurmond, of Stanford, him secured and will begin teaching a nbtcfiptiin school at Markubury, in tbifl coutiiy, Mnmlay. Feb. 17ih. The following marrmge hreiisea Iihvi been lotted thin week: lieiijiuiin combe mi I Mim Maud ChHitliam, I: ilm l'oiiff and MUs Mubie .Sword. Hoi-rouo- and Mrs. Win. week. Dr. Morh leaves delphia where ho con run in medicine. Mr. y Y Unvi ed men, graduated recently in the den-- , pkj ((fur im (( UJ n tal department. a former colored dt..-.,, , t,ltlIKli,tM.f IW)) of this place by tbe name of W.I Dm- , cll0lullll KlIIlfirt 13 yntoMmtt ,, Mm J(tmt.H wlddle.no of LexiiiKton. He is a eon , ,Mr EUuo Dmwl.ld.e, well remember. ol Anderson ,(w, t(J,)6 , etl by tbe older people here. He Kra.l.- , p0 . WeJlJl(d k ated with high honors, being tbe vale-- 0, ,(.H hw man and dlctorian of his class n ,,r w , , ... , , receivlns a murk of 'i on bis examina- - f l "s " " C" papers. of the Hroa.M.ia eatate conalat-nlKlTuesday -- Tbe Helm meeting cloned .vehicles and tbe livery This was the tilth week of tbe '"" meeting and tho large crowds continued A ' "tores are resplen- in attendance until the last. No roiniiiu- - , tiuiii. wiui vHiHiiuneR 01 hotti the comic nity has given Uro. Helm a more attenand eentimeiitul stylo .Some of them are tive, respectful bearing than thin, and 'thiiiKH of beauty" and are very artistic yet the people have not boon moved 63 is ami striking in design. usual in such meeting. He has pretcb- t .1 PI... I. I:. . 0l " '" Mm ""Ptlat church od some powerful sermon to the iincun- , vt arranged to gh a St. Valentino r v . ..V . ..,v - I...HH Home 24 con WW.... at the Odd Fellows Hall. versions and Bnnclitlcatious. company with It la in be quite a uniqii entertainment Charley Itronn, in ami will ciinxiat of h candy several oilier little boys of hii Hue, wait aland and music every hour. Tbe playing in tbe unoccupieil blackHinith HtluibMnii is to be 10c. !... .... IUU Int nt Ihj iiron t'lum.. fJUUjl till si... lUt, Ul mo K""t litiittwtrio, -'- "vtatioiis have been received here residence, when some powder that bad ' " Men.la to the marriaKe been left there by a former occupant was hJ Mrc'w,rKH " . a former l.an- wa. touched oil of found. The now.ler young mail. Oa the 1th of March course, ami In the explotiou Charley whs . be will be united in marriage at the painfully burned about the Men nrtt "Cliim-of the Redeemer" to Mies Irene e hnnds. It is not poible now to Citellu Supp, daughter of .Mr. and .Mrs. whether bo will Itwe hia aibt, Jacques 1'ierre DuVinage, of Bugle Fas, though it Is hoped bin injuries uuy not Texas. result so seriously. The hriKht little son of Yesterday morning nt i.J o'clock a one of our townsmen was lo.tthe to dope Mii-M., at Covington, John J. Allen mid hia evening prayer upon one occasion H.'fsi.t Ituasell were uuiteil in marriage, recently. When bis Tny were expected to arrive at Moto-l.i- "Amen," thinking ho wasmother said, tbiongli, ho noon train an drive immed on tbe replied In much earnestne.-H- , "No, I am lately to bis country hiine where a larce no. ready yet to say amen." 'Oh dear crowd of invited nueata awaited their Lord Jeftis wont jou please take good comiui;. The expected bin happened worthy care of me when I go to Louisville next and one of our moat popular and tune and not let the mosquitoes mid bed bachelors renonnteH single mused iiem bugs eat me up." Thin is quite a hard and aeauiuts the joys of double oomment upon the Falls City, even if it with n lovely ami amiable oompan-iois from a little child. They received many handsome and Miss Bdna Rico, of Madison. Is n were the recipvaluable presents ami cousin, Miss Lucy Fraucia. congratulations from a visitor of ients of corJial W. If. Kinuaird ison a businei". trip to of friends. host Pittsburg. Will Dunn, of Danville, was Misa Nannie Keiul, of Danville, it a visitor in our city Mon.iav. l.lder tbe pleaaaut guest of Mian Jennie Frank Walker, of Kininence, was the Dr. Tom Itohon is at homo gu t Wednesday and Thuradnv of his weekH visit to friends again after a two triend, LlJer George Go wen. Mrs. A. and relatives in Mercer county. Mrs. II, Kite bits returned from a short stay in 1'atsy Green is pronounced out ol danger tbe city of Lexington. Mr. Harry Owsand slowly convalescing. F. II. ley, of Woodford, was visiting in our city returned Sunday from l.lkton, this week. B. W. Arnold is at homo where he has been visiting bis sisterp, from Louisville. Miss L'zzio Thompson Mrs. Forgyand Mrs. Adams, for the past is the guest of her cousin, Miss Margaret two weeks. Miss Dol lie Williams is nt ltright, of Stanford. Cbailes W. Frisbio home alter a concert tour with Madame left Monday to be the guest of his cousBailey. Our people complacently enjoy Misa Doll ins, Messrs. Will and Herbert I'rice, of nil tbe nice thing? naid about Danville. on her tour by the eritici of the vaiious TO ALL 01' YK il.U'IIS..OIt-MAllcities where bbo appeared, since thv To all of ye beaittooiiH maids, thus find their own opinion of her tal Who dwell in Lancaster-towonts Biitl accoinplisbmenta corroborated Wo follow Cm. W. "a stylo Fryo anil Mrs. from high oources. Jauicw And write the bachelors do'.wi. Arch Fryo leftTuesdiy for Texas to visit Remember 'n- - It up yearn best days, relatives. Jerry and Charley Adams, of So make good use of your time, And eel eft you a husband of worth, McKinney, Texas, and Mrs. Sally A From these we tell of in rhy.no. (Joode, of this place, were expected to yesterday. Mrs. For instance, the clerk of tbo court, arrive here from Texas Is a bachelor steady and true, Goodo has boon visiting in tbe Lone Star Request when he pens nuptial rites, several months, while Jerry and State for 'I hat one is for bun ami for you. Charley come home to vieit homefolke. The marshal with weapon and stick, Might not aniiwer a positive nay, Miu.kuOwslky. This is what Thomas Rut hia chances are now mighty elim, n Howling Green paper sajs of the city'a Since tbo cut of tho cruel I. J. recent acquisition: For parsons wo auction oir two, Chat has bud the ploasure of meeting So strive for you may find a catch; Choose either tho black-eyeMr. Tom Owsley, who recently took up or blue, Don't mies such a fortunate match. his residence in Howling Green and A banker wo mention right hero, Bwung bis shingle to the breezes. Young So wiao, so stalwart and rich, Mr. Owsley cornea from good stock, beHut gir s when you try to propose, s ing of the old Kentucky family of You tumble, pellmell, in a ditch. and that ho la entering a career at Hugh Logan and Duncan go down, the bar that promises to be successful no Select either ono if you choose; one doubts. Ho is a handsome young. Sam Duncan's a fellow for jokes, And Logan's a salesman of Bhoea. Btor, equipped with an elegant education, has ambition and as an orator hna And now, If frolic and fun Is to von, your notion of life; already won a creditable reputation Go sue for Charles Anderson's hand, where his speeches have been beard. . ml make him a dutiful wife. His brother, Jobu S., who lives nt Stan-forLetcher Owsloy must come in tho list, Lincoln county, la a candidate for His name we'd dare not omit; Congress in the McCreary district, and Ho'b a writer of "suako tales" aud yams say ho has a "cinch." the knowing ones Aud a man of much wisdom and wit. John 8. Owsley is but n few years tho "Hrad" Jonniugs, without any doubt' uoniorof Tom and ia now CommonWould make an excellent mate; Ho ia a thoroughly business man, wealth's attorney ,in his homo district And heir of tbe Jennings estate. Bnd we havo a right to feel an interest in Hob Bmbry for beauty stands first, him as ho married Mibb Blla McBlwain, As Lancaster's chief pot and pride, of Franklin, who had many admirers So girls screw your courage up high a Franklin belle. Tom is not hero while And oiler yourself aa his bride. k married, but when ho wins one of Jess Sweeney ranks next on the roll. Green's daughter hejwill then be on know he's stylish and neat; thoroughly equipped for his journey neMt.Brown witn a comical bow, the friend-ahipthrough life. Uo bauained Uuilds his hopes on hia small Trilby feet. (Continued next issue.) all with whom) he has been thrown elnce taking up hia realdenco dePrice Heed, colorod. Methodist deahero and hiB companionship is much Stanford con, while ejecting John Breckinridge sired by our young people. If has any more of this kind, Chat aaya from his church in Louiavillo for was probably fatally shot. send them over to Warren. , Kanbville.Tenn.unl.mtltution ,)iu(, for color- - MrHlu, ,,, ,,, (j(. hom Hl .MlH. jolin (f ,,., ili( on ,, , 1 ";' ... ''" il0;lt' """ .., f ,, ,, '' it. - i poit-olllc- c, The Kentucky Lumber Co. have their new saw mill running ami they willf.fw.il saw wliHtlogs they have on hand. Conductor Pearce, who wne running the train that killed Joseph McFarland here, was il'scbargl at Lis examining trial before Judge H jbo. Mr. Peter Perkins died at bislbomo near Pleasant View Saturday night. He was nearly 70 years of age and was one of Whitley county's best citizens. Tbos. Franco was tried before Judge Hose Tuesday for obtaining goods under false pretense and held under bond of f.100 to await the nction of the grand jury. Gen. John It. Gordon will bo here to till hia place in the lecture course, March 2. Dr. James Hedley delivered bis lecture, 'Ths Sunny Side of Life," Wednesday night at the HaptNt church. Mrs. A. A. Crouch is visiting North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Myoii spent last week visiting relatives in Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Nannie Jones, of near IJ.ubourvill, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. 0 Gat-lilrela-tivesi- Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Rkuuce Trices on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, I carry a A case for kukluxing wus tried this Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, F.tc. Talbott died bst week. One man whs sentenced and on full btock of every thing found in a first class Lumber Yard, and by Monday for Phila- took French leave. selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have will take a special Judge T. 'A. Morrow mid Attorney Stout were on hand to begin court ever been offered here. promptly Monday morning. The Ladies' Aid Society met with Mrs. Sallio Williams this week. Tne hostess conducted the Hible service and Mrs. Zulu Sp irks the prayer service. Mr. J- - 0. Blgerly has been stationed here for several months, taking leases; upon lands with the vijw of boring f. r oil. He has leased over 10,000 serfs. Miss Cox, who will take charge of the department of music nt the Institute is very accomplished in that lire, giving instruction on mandolin, guitar, violin, organ and piano. Chief Train Dispatcher W. F. Sheridan made several trips to our town recently. We will not tell tbo attraction for fear of arotiBing jealousy among his numerous lady friends. The friends of Blder Jean SnndgraEa will be pleased to learn that be reached Lokio In safety, after a very stormy however, and is now pursuing tbo noble work to which he has consecrated his life. The cane ol Adams for killing young Capps ison trial. At this writing only live jurymen have been accepted. An adtlitional 100 men were summoned Wednesday and even from this number it may not be completed. Gov. Hradley paid our town a short visit this week. His friends, and they are legion, were very glad to see him, to know that tbe cares of olli e have not robbed his face of its genial h uile nor his voice ol that hearty, mesmeric ring that wins for its owner bo many friends. Gov. Hradley has practiced law in tbe circuit court here for miny years. His inlluence over a jury ia pbenomiual, his success being commensurate with that influence. He is boloved by people of both parties in this section. Mrs. Patsy Myers ia tbo gueat of Mrs. M. J. Miller. Mr. B. H. Cox baa been quite ill. Miss Minnie Suodgrasj ia visiting her sister, Mrs. Booth Thompson, near Lancaster. Miss Blla Joplin is teaching in tho place of Miss Marguerite Kinnaird, who was called to Danville by tbo illnees of a relative. Mr. Grove Kennedy visited hia sister, Mrs. M. C. Williams, this week. Dr. Pennington, of Williamsburg, is still at the Miller Houeo. Miss Rauda McKenzie has entered Prof. Pierce's school. Tho Louisville Times has a large number of readers hero and we noticed with regret the manner in which a Frankfort correspondent spoke of Mt. It Vernon in that paper Tuesday. thought It Improbable that a manlike Gov. Bradley should have legal business "in a town like Mr. Vernon." My dear corresponeent, if you will come here with a clear head and remain long enough to learn something of our you will find they are as enlight cued and us hospitable on an average ns in any town in Kentucky. There is aa much business trauscted here as in any town ton times its sizin the state. yoy-ag- e, citi--zen- A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. -- YOU- Don't Knoui It All, Neither can Webster post you in Dry Goods. We can tell you something unknown to Webster, President Cleveland or Gov. Bradley. Come let us reason together. Fifty cent dollars will do us and if you get goods at 33 off of regular price, then You Can Afford to Buy, Even in this time of political chaos. We are offering hundreds of things at less than they can be bought because we want to close our stock, so while you can get the stuff at present prices come and avail Everything in this stock goes, includyourself of the opportunity. ing white goods, embroideries, dress goods, shoes', boots, clothing, n l. I '"l" - c.t-.'- er tleter-min- four-year-ol- d s nd 1 a n. hr y. -- Twid-wel- l Mr. W. H. Myers, who is nttendiug school at Kiuiherliii Heights, Term., is here during bis winter vacation. Rev dinger, of the Congregational church, has gone on a trip to Indiaua and Michigan. Rev. J. N. Prestri.lge was in e last week assisting v. Horarn in h meeting at the Haptist church. Circuit court adjjnrnet' .Saturday evt'ving at neatly dark after four weeks of bard work. Four partic, were sent Jo tbe penitentiary for short periods. Considerable civil business was transacted, specially during the last two weeks. The docket for next term will uo doubt be much shorter than usual. Tuesday as Henry Patrick, who recently lost bis mind, was being brought to town by two of Ins brother aud others William, another brother, 'became wild and by tbo time ho reached town it took several men to hold him. Henry was tried before Judge Rose Wednesday nud declared a luuatic, but the physicians think possible William will recover without being sent oil, as bo seems some better. The Florence Hotel, lncatedjon the Kentucky side at Jellico, Tenn., burned Tuesday night, also two houses near by. There were several guests in the hotel at tbe timo of the fire and home of them narrowly escaped with their lives, leaving clothing and valuables behind. It is reported bore t Wednesday) that two people wore burned In the building, but no one seems to give any foundation to that report. Pine-villR-to-d- ay HUGHES & TATE. BUY THE OLD RELIABLE, The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground Right. We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, don't keep it. W. H. WEAREN & CO. 8i VJ&T3 .At Get Jour Eyes CRAIG & $350 Stock of Spectacles must go. ter Pad" Trusses are The Best. HOCKER'S. Satisfaction Guaranteed. "WaWe are Agents here. the-Sol- BIRTHDAY BOUQUETS. s, KlKM,lT. W. P. Walton, tho editor of that excellent paper, the Stanford Intkuiok Joi'iinal, has rounded nut 21 years in the newspaper busiuesi. His paper is to be enlarged. Courier Journal. CAV ONLY IMI'ROVK IN BIZiJ. CRAIG & HOOKER, -- Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. n, OF A LOCAL NATUHE. half-brother Bditor Walton, of the Stanford Jorn-naannounces that he will shortly improve his paper, but that will be haid to do unless he increases the size of that excellent publication. Louisville Post. l, ALUKADY I XCKLLKNT. d B.irtor W. P. Walton, of tho Stanford I.NTKUiors Jovhnal, litis completed bis 21st year as nn editor ami announces that ho will shortly enlarge aud improve bis already excellent paper. Tbo Intkuiok Jouhnal is a well established and prosperous semi- - weekly, a class of papers not numerous in Kentucky but very select. II opkinsvillo Kentuckian. A Ows-ley- WKLCOMK VISITOH. W. P. Walton has had charge of the d, Stanford Intkuiok Joiiinal 21 years aud during that timo has labored faithfully to make Lincoln county bave one 0i the best local papers in the State. His eilorts have not been in vain, for the Jouhnal is a welcome visitor wherever it goes. Kentucky journalism would soou take higher rank if there more W. P. anil B. O. Waltoud. -- Richmond Paragw-- re raph. How-Ho- of misbe-havio- r, Jackson and Walling, accused of tho murder and decapitation of the poor girl, Pearl Bryan, strenously object to being biouglil to Hiuluwky for trial. They know they do not stand much chance to hang in Cincinnati, for banging ia a lost art there. When 12 years ago there was a popular uprising against the 43 murderers who had Bought protection in the jail of that city, many innocent people Bv means of the new cathode nbo. were shot to death, but no murderer suf tograpby, n bullet which had been in a ' fered, except from fright. Savoyard says there are seven forman's body since Christmas, and which surgeons were unable to fiud was locat- - ' eign born members in tbe U.S. Senate ' and 11) in tne House. ed. 0 I Tho Danville Advocate says that Mr. Adlai Glass, late of Ktngsville, bought today of Thomas N Roberts, a lot in tbe Otter Addition, B ist Main street, nud will begin at once the erection of a residence. Leo Raney, son of W. G. Uaney, missed school for tbn first time Monday in 10 years. He waa aick. Buell Short waa held in $200 for complicity in tbe burning of the barn of Harrison Devine. The other rascals are still at largo. Uncle Jnnmio Wolford.a of Gen. Frank Wolford, died in Kuf-scounty, aged S7. Hon. James D. Hlnck, of Harbour-ville- , will likely be a candidate for appellate judge from the 5th district. -- Mies Maud Carter, of Somerset, and Brown, attendants at the Lexington Kentucky luuatic asylum, have been dismiuded from that institution for insubordination. , Jarpea Watben, brother ol the lato postmaster at Lebanon, fell into tho fire in a fit of epilepay and was so badly burned that he died in a few hours. He was deaf and dumb. Tho plant of the Somerset Cider and Vinegar Works, belonging to Mr. Beech-- er Smith, was destroyed by fire, entailing a losi of 10,000. The fire is supposed to havo originated from the explosion of some chemicals. Tbo city council at Richmond haa paBsed an ordinance imposing a license of 50 on fire insurance companies doing business in that city. There are about 55 companies represented, and tho ordinance, it is estimated, will add $2,500 to tbo city revenue. The Charles Wheeler Emporium. We still exist. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, including ell The 2Qth Century Boot Tailor made Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. Great Drives in Clothing. Fifty per cent. Reduction 25 in Millinery. Com- percent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all forts and Blankets. a 5 cents. and Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save Respectfully, money. CIIAS. WHEELER. Ala-roni- A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all t W. B. McROBERTS, 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 1896 to present you. New, Fresh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions with. Perfect accuracy and dispatch. I mffit VihtB &MI-WEEKL- Y (NTFRIORJOIRNfll said Yesterday's l Parlament, practically announces tho ap- that O. O. Russell and Miss Bertha Pey1890 SrANFORD, Ky., February proaching settlement of tho Venezuelan ton, of Lincoln county, were married tt question. Jeffersonville. Senator Lindsay will offor an amendJohn D.. FentiBv. f Jr.. and Mies Ber- P. WALTON. W. ment to the tariff bill to repeal the duty nice A. Baughman eloped on the midThis week's sales will enable purchasers to of of a cent a pound on re night train from Richmond and were save Hundreds of Dollars. It helps you to put 0. 0. Williams, Ejq , a rising young fined sugar. married in Louisville. money in your purse. Special bargains in awyer of Mt. Vernon, ia the latest to be Mr. Win. Farris, L. A N. agent and Everett Jolly has been convicted at by the newspaMine mentioned or ConRrees Owensboro of robbing tho Hardinsburg poBtmaBterat Silver Creek, and pers, which every day or so find a new postotlicc and sentenced to two yenrs Carrie Maupiu were married by Rev. W. man. The Richmond Register last week F. Smith. Mr. Farris is a cousin of Gov imprisonment. "mentioned" Mr. Chenau.lt, but the CliAt Charlestown, Mass., a man in a Bradley. max disposes of him rs follows: "The Thntimn Williams, of S.ilem, Ind., drunken frenzy crushed his wife's skull Five Hundred Yards Col. Hamburg at 3c per Hon. A. T. Chenault is getting a $100 a with a hatchet and seriously wounded and Miss Bettie Harris, of Chicago, met yard. A good yard wide Bleach Cotton at 5c. month with not much to do, as U. S. on a train. It was a case of love at first another woman. storekeeper, and that is better than runBight and a couple of hours later they uueol the principals in a prize! : ning for Congress in a devilish onsartin fight at Philadelphia died from his in- were married. deestrick, "Gibralta" or no "Gibralta."' Mr. Isaac Hamilton, the Rowland juries, and the other is in jail, charged At half it's actual value. Union Suits, Ribbed Foree, of Shelby, continues to be "menmerchant, has taken to himself another with murder. Vests and Pants, Woolen and Fleece Lined call him hue tioned," and so do other aspiring men of Win, II. Crain, representative from wife, making the third to Hose for Ladies and Misses at 15c, 20c and 25c district, young and old, though we The event occurred Tuesday af the the 11th district oi Texas, and a member band. worth double the money. that Mr. John Sam Owsley, Jr., is of that body since tho 49th Congrese, ternoon, when he wh married by Rev W. S. Grinstead to Mrs. Lucy B Gooch, the only one, who shows he means busidied at Washington. ness by announcing his candidacy, which The State board decides that it has daughter of Mr. David Pepples mid wid ia everywhere well received. But to reno jurisdiction in the railroad commis- ow of a son of Mr. William Gooch. She 3(i and has Gents' Fine Laundered Shirts, colored bosom, turn to our mutton, Mr. Williams ia capsion contest so the board will continue to is a goad looking woman of one child, Mr. Hamilton is bl and has worth 1.25, marked down to 75c. Negligee able and deserving young man, sound on have one democrat on it. all the issues, and would make quite a clothiers, several children, all grown. May he find Shirts, 50c, 75c and $1. Deppen A Son, Louisville formidable candidate, but until he f made an assignment for the benefit of that happiness for which he has longed says he 1b a candidate, it would be their creditors. Assets are given at 102,- - aud he able to controvert tho assertion that "marriage is a failure." Thirty years ago William Mannix kill- 000, liabilities at &5,100. well for the democrats to remember that Mr. Joseph Xevius and Miss Sallio I. We are headquarters for any thing in the Shoe while out ed William Ward in Magoffin county by at present there is only one asking their A couple at Middletown, is our townsman, the striking him on the head with a skillet driving lost theii way and turned into a Traylor drove over to Hustonville Wed support and that line, irom a coarse Hrogan to a fine dress shoe. popular Commonwealth's attorney of this handle and fled to Missouri. There he flooded meadow, where they succumbed nesday afternoon and were married by Rev. W. L. Williams. Tho bride ia tho assumed the name of Barnes and joining to cold and were drowned. district. handsome daughter of Mr. Alex Traylor, -- John Coffee was killed near Horse the Methodist church soon began to On being goaded by certain republican preach. He married and raised a family Cavo by Deputy Sheriff Riordan, whiu of tho Gilberts Creek section, and is ex Look at our line of clothing when you come to papers for booming McKiuley at the ex- and until his arrest and confinement in resisting arrest. His brother and De ceedingly captivating in manners. She town. Suits for men from $3. 50, up. pense of Bradley, Editor Roberts, of the jail when he returned to the scene of the tective Key were wounded in tho fight. knos more about businees than is usual Lsxington Leader, responds in a petsonal murder this week, his wife did not know Grant Atterbury was lynched nt with young ladies of her age and will card ot a few columns in length, the rib1 that he had another name or that he had Sullivan, Ind. He died declaring that make her liegu lord an excellent We have just received a big line of Shirting of which is that he didn't take Gov. taken the hfo of a fellow man. Mannix he was innocent of the crime of outragThe groom is tin industrious young Samples from the White Swan Shirt Co. and candidacy for the says he is glad he has been arretted as it ing his Bradley's Rosy Atter- man, sticks closely to business and lias Mrs. are prepared to make any style shirt you may presidency seriously and believed as is a great relief to his mind to have such bury. demonstrated the fact that he can take firmly as in the existence of a Supreme a burden lifted. Murder will out and it want, including white Percales and Madras. At Memphis, a black listed engineer cue of a wife. Being tho oldest child of Cay-OBeing, that his claims would not be is hoped that he will feel still better got a verdict of 11,500 for damages Mrs. Mattfe Nevius, he linn proven a Tailoring Line is Complete. "fttf pressed for the presidency, beyond a de- - when his head is lifted from his body by against the Iron Mountain road, which dutiful son by aiding her in every undera rope. ft ft WA I rt n n n nC so listed him because he belonged to U e taking. That a long, happy and prostion or a handsome complimentary vote perous lift) may he theirs is the sincere Newport, Feb. 13 The grand jury A. R. l The American Protective Associa- wish of many friends. id tue .National convention, lie Knows has indicted Jackson and Walling for the tion in session at Louisville announced he says, that the real sentiment of the murder of Pearl Bryan. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. State is for McKinley and wanted to cir that there are iO.OOO people in Kentuc LAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT, ky, 10,000 of them in Louisville, fighting cumvent the "combined slate" being Carroll Iteid'a Balk Line won a race prepared by his opponents. Roberts is the Catholic church. at New Orleans Tuesday. A bill haB been reported to an open fighter and has the grit to mainLouisville won over Toledo by a Winter Turft, Burt and Whito oats the State in the interest of the vote of 97 to SI in the contest for the for sale. F. Reid, Stanford. tain his stand and will doubtless come republicans. A; URBANSKY & CO., Proprictots, out more than conqueror. For Burt seed oats, best on earth. The House defeated the bill to re- 1S90 meet of the League of American Wheelman. Sterling Elliot, of Massach- sale by E. S. Powell, Hustonville. T: D. RANEY, Manager. The republicans deny with emphasis quire turnpike roads to place bridges usetts, was elected president. T. J. Hatcher is inconsolable over that they ever discussed the question of across all streams. The bursting of a water main at loss by death of a fine Jersey cow. A bill passed the House reducing having Gov. Bradley call out the militia Cleveland caused a flood to rush down salary of the State inspector to William M. McKinney sold to J. T. 0 Branch Stores. to protect unseated Senators, who might tho a year. This will not be effective through a portion of the city, upsetting Rose 0 barrels of corn at ft 10 delivered. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, want to vote after their right to do so had Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, houses and a freight train, drowning one John Anderson sold to J. C. John-soVersailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. been denied, but we have heard no de- for four years. person and injuring a number of others. of Boyle, a bunch of fat heifers Mr. King presented a bill prescribing nial frornjthe democrats that they have A brute named J. D. Wood killed at :5c. the mode and manner of electing all decided to call out Jack Chinn to help his daughter at Meridian, Mies , to hide J. W. Bibb bought of C. M. Spoona- enforce their decisions. There is about presidents of turnpike, gravel and plank ttielact tuat site was about to Become a more 00 ewep, mostly outmiowne, at road companies. Docs Your as much reason for calling out the one as Mr. Bobbins' bill, making it a mis- mother. He cut her to death with a fl.S7J. the other. Besides the democratic threat hatchet, and afterwards attempted to kill liGov. dough, of Minnesota, is drivis the worst of the two. Jack Chinn and demeanor to sell, give awav or drink himself. ing Hartford, the sire of Robert J., on the quor within one mile of a church, was his knife are more terrible than an army passed by the House. KINGSYILLE. road. with banners and they could whip a Mark Hardin sold to L. F. Hudsor, Mr. Davis introduced a bill to preOr Varnish ? We and put 10,000 republican militiamen The protracted meeting at this place of vent persons from engagine in tho busiDanville, a horse for cavalry service to flight. is still in progress and much good is befor 1100. ness of "horse swapping" within five ing accomplished. Nancy Hanks, 2.01, will bo one of Aftkii being prepared for execution miles of the place of religions meetings Misa Bettie Creighton, who with on the days of such meetings. the attractions at the Boston horse show four times and as many times respited, In that line and we fully warrant our goods. Miss Effie Carey, was visiting Mr. Hick- The House acted sensibly in not in April. Bat Shea, who killed a man in an elecson's family at Rowland, has returned Thompson Bros, bought in Wayne We want your prescription work, too, and guarantee quality, accution row at Troy in March 1891 was elec- raising the age of consent to IS years. It home. and Pulaski a lot of heifers and steers at trocuted in New York Tuesday. He was made it 10 instead, as we have all along racy and price. Wo had the monkeys and I)goea on about 2jc. led to the death chamber at J:55 and in contended was about right. A girl knows ourstrrets one day this week, reminding A yearling filly by Tenny, dam 3? minutes ho was pronounced dead. No almost as much at that age as she ever us that Robinson or Forepaugh's great brought only ;25 nt auction at signs of life was visible in 4S seconds af- finds out, as a general thing. menagerie waa near. Lexington this week. Representative S. M. Carson, of ter the current had been turned on him. Thomas Quintan, formerly of theQ John Splan wants John R. Gentry, "I am innocent" ho was saying when a Louisville, introduced a bill allowing A C, Dut who has been farming for the 2:03 1. He thinks he cau make "the touch of the button cut short his words druggists and apothecaries to soil withlast several yearct, haa gone back to his horse" out of him. forever. Killing by electricity seems to out license, wines and liquors in quantiursi lovu anil is now conductor on a During last year 4.C9I trotters end a pretty humane way to get rid of ties less than a quart upon the written be through freight. combined horses were sold under the Puneral Director and Embalmer and murdererp, but for effect and certainty prescription of a practicing physician. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in There is a great deal of sickness hammer at an average of $211.93 One faction of the democratic party the old fashioned gallows discounts the throughout the country and at this place. Jeitakers' Supplies. Children playing with matches in Garrard county is circulating a petichair. The children and some grown people caused tho burning of a tobacco wareKeeps constantly on had a Full and Complete Line of tion to send to tho Hon. W. E. Walker, There have been no new develop- the representative, asking him to sup- hive undergone a siege of chicken pox. house aud valuable machinery at VerNow we contemplate n spread of meas sailles. ments in the Pearl Bryan case, but the port Jo O. S. BlHckhuru, and the other to lea, as we have one cas here now. Louis Walz bought of J. T. O'Hair coroner's jury at Newport found that co-- oppose him. Mr. Walkei will doubtless J. W. Gooch'sson who was acciden- n lot of butcher stull at 2je, and of 15. D. Also Burial tine had been administered to her and continue to follow the commendable Robes and Suits in Broad Cloth, Satin. Cassimers, Castally shot during Xmas, is improving and Holtzclaw hiuI Silas Anderson a lot of that decapitation too place where the course he has adopted, ket Hardware; all of which I will sell at the Lowest Prices. wdl soon be out Hgaiu. M. F, Lee haa fat hogs at 3c. body was found and before life wbh exDr. Hunter's eon William, one of tinct. A demand for Jackson and Wall- the two Kentuckians to get a subordi- moved with his family to Science Hill, Victor Maz.ine iB looking well and Embalming and proper care of the dead a specialty. liking the hills of old Pulaski, as he says, jogging nicely for John R. Farris. No ing will be made by the Kentucky au nate position when Piatt, Quay & Co., better than the kuohe of Lincoln. thorities and if they are brought to this parceled out the congressional patronbetter looking pacer is seen around the One day this week as the fast mail, city than Victor. Stock Farm. side of the river, it is dead sure that they age, has been drawing a salary from the No 2 North, was passing here a team be000 hales of good timothy hay.fcr will suffer the full penalty for their heingovernment as his father's private secreOpposite St. Asaph Hotel. longing to Mr. W. M- Murphy became sale. Will deliver on the cars in Crab ous crime. The head of the poor girl is tary. Mr. Hunter was at once removed frightened and started at a break neck Orchard at 00c per 100 lbs. Seed oats still unfouud and a reward of $500 has from his position in the folding rooms. speed after the train and for a short dis and corn alno for sale. John Buchnu-an- . been offered for it. It tance it seemed to run the same schedNEWSY NOTES. Tub law is explicit that no member of Strayed or Stolen. One red sow ule. The Kentucky Southern R. R. has and one black sow and live shoots. Any Howard Cumminge, a widely known the Legislature shall ride on a railroad paes. Wood Dunlap admits that he bo gambler, committed suicide at Fort Scott, been doing quite a business of late in the information leading to their recovery .Sccdinstimc is now.right at have a large'stock of way of disposing of several tracts of land will be thankfully rides and thereby forfeits any right he Kan. received. E. P. Elkton will have a local option elec- in and around Duncan and Grove City, Woode, may have had to the seat that KauU'man Stanford. tion in response to a petition started by this county. It owns thousands of acres is filling. To say that the pass was for Tho Dan swigert farm of 300 acreB a saloon keeper. that should be settled by families seek- near Lexington Bold at $07.50 and a services rendered the L. & N. is a weak George W. Fraggitt, an Atlanta mu- ing cheap homes. way of whipping the devil around the smaller farm at $50. Jersey cattle averThe enterprising merchants seem to aged $19.25; Bheep $2.75; 27 Shetland po- Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle stump and he and all who have violated sician, fell dead while responding to a be doing well, as they deserve to do, as nies averaged $18, but thoroughbred nothing but reliable and approved machinery. both the latter and spirit of the law toast at a wine supper. Come and The Keeley Institute at Ashland, they carry a model stock of up to date Prices all right. The season is examine should be kicked out. stock sold very low, tho highest price our stock before buying. getting Va., waa destroyed by fire. It wasn't goods. The drug trade Beems also to bo being $210. short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice line needed there much any way. doing a lively business. Well, just keep A rki'Uiilican Senator had introduced The highest sale of hogs ever made of Buggies and Surreys. Judge Cantrell promptly decides what the buyers need, not what they at a bill to pension every negro who wis auction was that of Woodford Bros-- , at EZ. . born in slavery, the amount? to range that members of tho appellate bench are want, and trade is easily established. Shenandoah, la., last mouth, when 10, W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Thomson F. JohnBou, the wide awake 30 being gilts, averaged nearly $90. One a month for one who is less than entitled to $6,000 per annum. from Brakeman W. M. Brandon, of Bow- saw mill man. is doing a lively business 50 years old to $15 a month for one who yearling sow sold to Chaffee Bros., Burr, ling Green, waa killed in a wreck on tho at this place. is above 70. Persons of the latter age or Neb., for $505, which is tho highest price & Mrs. Bes3io McFarland, tho aged a sow ever brought at auction. over are to receive a bonus of J5u0 in L. N. at OlarkHville.Tenu. An Adyston, O., coal merchant has mother of Mrd. B. O. Pennybacker, has cash. This is running the Bhamefui penIsaac Murphy, the greatest colored BYground, and yet become insane from thinking too deeply been very sick for tho past two weeks jockey of his day, and one of the greatsion business into the with something like grip but better at this est long distance riders the world ever negroes are as much deserving of of the Pearl Bryan mystery. the Of the 3,431 steamers that passed writing. Mrs. M. J. Maher aud little pensions as half tho fellows who now live through the Suez canal last year only daughter, of Lexington, who lias been produced, died at his elegant home in on the bounty of the government they Lexington Wednesday morning, of heart four carried the American flag. visiting her sister, Mrs. J. M. McCarty, failure, superinduced 9J are a disgrace to. by pneumonia. One man was killed, one fatally :;c and friends, returned homo Tuesday. He was 32 years old and left consider-abl- e and five others slightly hurt by a Mrs. Ludio Chalk and children, of LouHorKixawLLK's new water works have property to his whito wife. atood the test and been accepted by the boiler explosion at Lonsdale, R. I. isville, who are visiting Mrs. Pennyback-er'- s The total amount realized from the city and the citizens who hiiyo been used capital of the Methodist family, will return home some time And Funeral Director. to taking their whisky straight can now bond issue will be Slll,37s,630.t7, tho this week. The many friends of Miss Kpiccopal church hook concern ia unw dilute the nasty stuff, not howover, until verage rate, thirefore, being 111.37SS. uro glad to seo her out 5.5,31)0,032. Troths laat yoar wero, at tho Also carry a nice line ol Ella Johnson Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Hue Morgan Smith cut Jo McElroy'o again and filling her placet in the choir New York Iiouhu, $00,907 00; at the Cinsome of them are nearly burned out. Kfthc ' Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Meachatn will now write an article throat from ear to ear in Adair county Miss Ella Johnson is fast improving cinnati houee, 5127.504.-1CBro. Total, and escaped, tho victim dying instantly. l from a severe attack of cold. telling hia readers how water tastes. Room opposite Court-Hous- e Square, Stanford, Ky. Courier-Journa1-- ob-Bar- him-sel- Although three of his etandbya have deserted him, Senators Oarponter, Ilea-siand Rummons, Gum Shoe Hunter continues to assert that he will be elected U. S. Senator, this time placing the time in next week. The vote Wednesday was nearly a tie between him and Blackburn, when it stood 02 toGl. Nec essary to a choice that day 07. The chances for the election of either of them or anybody else seem to have gone glimmering and there is an effort to sidetrack the whole business and leave the election of a Senator to the next Legislature. Tbe dead lock is seriously impeding the other work, of which none has been done though half the session and more is gone. There were two ballots for U. S. Sena tor at Frankfort yesterday, motion to adjourn after first ballot being defeated. Both resulted Hunter 0, Blackburn 03, scattering nine. Poor voted for Bate. It is said that Uunter is nearly ready to throw up the sponge and that gloom hangs heavily upon him and his faithful followers. The three Senators, who bolted him Wednesday, continue to vote for other parties, and refused to attend the caucus, though invited to be present. Five men were killed in a wreck on m the Illinois Central at Dongola, 111. Queen Victoria, in her messago to MATRIM0NIALMATTERS. GREAT BARGAIN BULLETIN ! - one-eigh- th Hamburg's, Cotton and Sheeting'. UNDERWEAR LADIES' SHIRTS I ? SHOES. help-mee- t. DOXT'T FAIL to HEAD THIS. sister-in-la- ur 1 1 mit A w 4 4 ft f 4 M THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, KZ, geriy-mand- er fl,-80- u, 1,-0- House NeedPaint, Paper, HAVE EVERYTHING NEEDFUL e, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. two-minut- e W. W. WITHERS, ln c Cloth and Wood Caskets and Coffins. W. W. WITHERS, - LOOK HERE hand;c I Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c. B. W333AREIT 7 $-- 1 UNDERTAKING jr. c, -- in-jur- sd Practical Trimmer, Bmbalmor Krciaire . flSJl,-472.- 00. 'I m if I'baiil corset shields at Shanka. They Kev. L. L. Pickett is hero and need no recommendntion. preached last night at tho Methodist Nkw Hoods every day. Suvernnco & church where he will hold forth BRa'n A nuw, handeomu and oxtcnsivn line Son. tonight. Stanford, Ktm Fciikuahy 14. 1890 Hazokb nuaranteed. W. II. Wearen of Hamburgs and insertions at Shanks'. By a vote oi 250 to 123 Kov. Fred D. r t " Buy and Sell goods, but & Co. Hale carried his resolution to exclude Caii load of farm wagons just received from hia church at Also a lot of road whiaky sympatiz-irSo.MB of the latest tiling in collar and at Farria & Hardin's. E. C. Walton, Business Manager Owensboro. wagons. Call and boh them. tiea now at ShnnkH1. A fellow was fined ;." for shouting wntcli Wk uro temporarily without A I'oktjon of tho spring stock of cloth-inHamiiI'ikis, Iflcefl and insertions in Amen" in a meeting nt Vanceburg. The your ropalrer, but during IiIh nUHenco has been receivnl at Shanks'. You city's strong box would bo materially variety atShankH'. repair work will be Hunt to the city, thor- jrot can now got suits thorn from 'Jj to $1.", helped if those who disturb religious Hold a customer when they get him. To sell is of oughly and nccuratolv done and returned course our aim New table linens, napkins and towels to von without any extra chnrno. 1'pu worship hero in that way were brought to but in our effort to sell we don't forget to give the Owi.no to a rush of more important justice. in great variety. Severance it Hon. uy b l)ruj nml Jewelry Store. matter, the girls will have to wait till A most unusual scone occurred at Flower bulbs and seeds or- next issue for the remainder of the list Flovvkiih POINTS. the Frankfort penitentiary tho other PERSUNAl I locker, Cash Drugdered by Craig it of eligible bachelors. diy. Hvo prisoners, three whites and ellt to gists. Mil. AND MllS. FOUKSTIH KkII) waiting two blackp, received the Christian rite of Wuare getting mighty tired Louiovillo WedneHda). JtsT received several car loads of good on you for tho money you owe us. A Baptism, adminiitere by convict Wood, 8 Dh. Uluton Fowi.kii iB viaitinu boxing which I oiler cheapor ciibIi. A. prompt settlement might save you a good who is an ordained minister. in West VirKinia. when you buy C. Sine. Kid. J. T. Sharrard will preach Sui -- Shoddy goods and misrepresentation will tickle you deal, so don't put it oil'. M. S. A J. W. Mil. W. II.SiiA.sk'H spent auvural days lUy morning and night Ht the Christian but will make you tear your hair when the goods fade and wear out Com. sold for chhIi or exchanged for all liaughman. with frieiids in Uiclnnoiid. church. Morning subject, "The Script- so soon. The country is full of both kinds of merchandise (shoddy MiesJKS.NiK Kkid, of HuBtonville, is kinds of grain ami feed. J. H. liaugb-ma- n ural Doctrine of the Forgivenees ol Sina " Moiik rain more mud. Tim signnl ser& Co. Cook. and good); which will you take? Our aim is to keep the pleat of Miss Jeneio vice said it would snow last night and Kvening, "The Natural and Super natu been ill ftr GaiikT. Lai kky, who bB Wantkii. More boanlersat Mrs, Kate ral in Christianity." All nre cordially Boveral weeks, continues cuito sick. Dudderar'H. Nicely located ami invited to attend. I : : M11.S. II. Hot'T wilt move his family to Kot-i?- . board. G. W. Perrjman. of the First biB new home in the Wist Kml today. tbat Friday would be fair with cold wave, Baptist church, and George P. Taubman, Mies Lit v Mahtkiiho.v A turns, of Soai'. Llttlo Price Hays is agent for n temperature falling L'O or 'M degrees. Dry Goods, Carpets and Shoes'. of the Firbt Christian church, Newport, ' MiHH MHrv Al" wonderful medicated soap. HesideB beis tlio uncut both preached sermons Sunday on the Tin Is St. Valentine's day and ing a cure cure for nil diseases of the skin lesson taught by tho Pearl Bryan tragedy, G.Oiiti'B.NTKii went to Chicago Dn. J. "Sweetheart of mine, remember this it permanently removes g rente spots. whoso headless body was found near that Wednesday in the interest of his pro- Try a Thro' all the yearn to he; of it. cake city the week before. Truh love that never, never dies fession. Lives in my hwart for thee'" The Kev. Mr. Movers, who illustraGkoiuik Owhi.ky, better known as Mn. B.H. Mv Kits has nrriyeil and bis n will join lilin a couple "Dummy," whs lined 15 and costs in wife and datiKbter birth-da- y be ap- ted an interesting sermon with a will Washington's at the Christian church he-- o the Judge Carson's court Tuesday for drunk, propriately celebrated at the Female of weeks. other night, took up a collection afterMicsHauik (iiikkn, of Ornb Orchard, en and disorderly conduct. He ia workthe afternoon before, that is Friday wards and received less than an average spent several days with Mre. JaiuiH K. ing it out on the street. afternoon, 21st, beginning Bt 2 o'clock. of 1 j cents from those present. Salva CuuuninH. in- Tlie exercises, to which the public is (tool). Druggist J. It. Adams, of tion ia free, but it costs moiiey to buy A. II. Ufs.MMiiiAM, one of the cleverentertaining. of Hustonville, writes: Hnsty vited, will be varied and late d a'.ereopticans and views. road, was here for est men on the Ilros., "A Wild (toose CliHse," played Trie dtacona in thejBroadway ChrisA iiy wlio lives on upper Main street A Woods yesterday. here last night. It's a good show and BAys H'.e dreamed tho other night that tian church, Lexington, have petitioned of IjincBster, is H M. Hai.i-01- . Mk . spending few daH with her parentc, will give your patrons site as in heaven mid found out thnt the city council to pass an ordinnnce were mnking it a heavy fine for young men Col mid Mrs. II. W. (fsiiif. Oniliueof pring samples bus been but few of the residents of Stanford 1). Maukk writes ustoehsnue expected there, except I'ncle Hob WoocIb to loiter around church doors immediMn Sam received sml if you want n tailor msilo his paper from Crab Orchard to London, suit call at Shanks. Tiie many suits we whom bIio had passed on tho road thith- ately before nnd Hfter services. The petition waa read in tho pulpit Sunday. "the best town in the mountains." have made is the only Hdvertisemeut we er driving a bunch of iniiles. The Hamilton College girlo attend thia Mk. ami Miih. II. C Faisiiih and Mrr. will use for future snleA. Try Shanks trial of church andjit Waivkii The examining la.because they are so unJ. I. tarns went to D.uiviIIm WedneHlay once. 1 Kdmifiton at London Wednesday, mercifully guyed by the dudes John of OwBley Kviilh. that tho to attend the funeial Mr. W. S. Hilton, the for abstracting funds from the postollice ordinance is HSKed. ltio iU'Hi.N Dh. J MomiA.s Sims who has been We were on hand with it and bought goods at doing big at Crab Orchard, while he was postmasTho Methodist college at London is "appointed steond npsintant phyfirian Ht Junction City merchant, Is husiueeH. He sold to one tirm fl.b0.s26 ter, was called when he waived and whs now a certainty. The corner stone will the Little Hock Insane As) him, was hire worth of goods during the last month, held in $500 bond to the l S. court at be laid aome time in May and the event leavthis week to see his friends before besides to numerous other customero Frankfort in June, to await the notion of will bo celebrated on a large scale. The ing' for Arkansas. amounts running up into the hundreda- the grand jury. The amount alleged to b lllding will be a handsome Mhs. I". I). SiMittoN.proprielress of the have been taken is t'.ViO. brick structure, with ample cUbs room Mason Hotel, Lam aster, and Miss Helen Tint politicians urn raying thnt instead Thurmond, were here Tuesday. Mrs of going to Mt. Vernon, Gov. Itradley Whk.n Cashiur J.J. .McKobcits got up aal chapel accommodations for 100 puSimpson is, we are clad to know, mak- went to West Virginia to see Senator to make a fire Wednesday morning he pils, and will cost, when completed, in Their Loss is your gain. neighborhood of 113,000. Miss Belle ing a success of the hotel biiBimos. F.lkins with reference to the prtMdentia) sat bis shoe? close to the grate so that the who is running n nomination. That's all poppy cock. Tho they would be warm when he went to Bennett, of Richmond, president of the J. T. IIockkii, through freiRht between Corbln and governor pasted here Sunday en route to put them on. He went back to bod but Methodist Board of Miasiona for KenNorton. Vs., was here this week. Ho the little mountain hamlet and Monday was soon awakened by smoke. Investi- tucky, and Rev. J. J. Dickey nre the tells us that his wife, who is in Cincin- returned to Ixiuisville. gation showed that a spark had pop- moving spirits. A white Jsanctiflcation preacher in alone ped into his shoe which contained a nati tinder treatment, is Kettinu Wants Damauks. Dr. Andrew Daviess county, LeeCrutchlield, couldn't r splendidly. sock and that both pieces of of HopkinHville, formerly of this wero burned Blmost entirely up. make a negro named Zack Davis accept Anotiikh aspirant for the honor ol his dogma and becoming infuriated, he representing the district in the National county, lis brought suit against Mrs. Tiik prospect is that a good house will seized an ax handle and dealt tho negro Democratic Convention appears in Un- George Merritt, of that city, for 110,000 a blow on the head which broke his Jeans Pants, 39c; VVocl Filling Jeans, 50c; Good Wool Jeans, $1; person of J. Mort Kothwell, of Lancas. daniHges, because she is circulating re greet Prof. Byron W. Kinu, tho give a skull. He then drew a revolver and shot elocutionist, who will Working Shirts, 15c. ter, a true blue democrat and a worthy ports that the calendar he sent out to advertise his business is indecent and Unit reading at Walton's Opera House on him once through the body and lied. The gentlemen. Mif-Mary P. Harris, for negro can not live. Crutchtield made his Mn. (i. W. l'.nw amis and wifo, of I Hi he is the real fattier of the illigitimate tho 10th. (itirn Sulphur child, which a jury said was her son's. whose art room nt the Collego ho lec- escape and is Btill in hiding. The sancti opolis, 111., passed up to selltication preachers hereabout should Tuesday to see the former's father, Mr The doctor and liia wife separated last tures, has a number of young ladies IwBrds, who has been sick for year, nnd he is now suing her for a di- ing tickets and they are meeting with maKo a note oi una. An ax handle is a Hugh water rrooi.j gratifying success. Remember thnt this better argument than some of them whs M vorce. homotitno. The old is no dry lecture, hut a reading from ma have. and died shortly after the sou'b arrival Staskohii furnishes Lt drummers nnd ny Knee Pants, ioc Wool Mitts, ioc; and many other things at Equally authors by one of the most accomTiik rantngraph is mistaken. Hon. It notwithstanding the unlucky number of "A Wild Goose Chase" at Wells' op elocutionists of the day. Low Prices. C. Warren was not at Itichtnond Mon- them, they all do well. They are A. T plished era houso rnday night was the best eniH he making a lighting canvass day nor andJ.lt Nunnelley, J. 1'. Davis, J. 1' Onk of the alleged members of the tertainment of the season. A large and fir delegate from this district. Ho whs Jones, Dr. O. A. Cox. C. K. Cox, It. S mub. that killed mid burned Mrs. Wet-- representative audience was delighted hero attending to bin busiiifss and will Lytle, (J M. Cooper, J. T. Carson, W. L. and Devers, her paramour, iii Marion with the play, and from the rise to the stay here. He will appreciate the honor Kvaiis, John Bright, Jr , J. II. Veager county recently, was captured by Detec- fall of the curtain the house was in a of representing the district in the Na- mid S. I). Merritt. Four of them sell tive Hunter in Charleston, 111 , Tuesday, continual uproar mid loud with npplnuee. tional convention, but he has neither the br ldlcry and barncs- and four dry goods and brought to Lebanon Wednesday. A Charles Hasty hs Widow O'Brien was time hit tin inclination to chaeo an hon- w lilo the other live dispose of their stall representative of this paper wns the star of the evening and is nn nrtist of or that should seek the man. share of lints, shoes, gents' furnishing there and saw the young fellow who ia snrerior ability. Mike Straus nnd Dus giods, groceries nnd tobacco and cigara- apparently not over 21 yeara old. He ty Howies wero great in their specialties, CITY AND VIR1NITY. while Nora, the sliHpely ami catchy was wounded hi the shoulder, supposedTon davs Hgo, the I. Jt ltii.i. ItiiKWKK. ly by Devors, who fought tho mob. Lee soubrette, waa dead square an entertainSiki rci kh iltteil by Uanks. got on to a report tlmt William S. BrewBayle is his name and he lives in Wash- er. In short it was the hit of the season, Nitw etylo of neckwear at W. II. er, of D.mvilie, hail been shot and danington county, but skipped after the and should Hasty Bros. Hgain make the gerously wounded in Lexington by a girl biinka'. tragedy. Fearing that his frienda would town a larger house than on Friday night here. Being unable to sub- relenso tho "Wild Goolu Chase" and Sek him or that he might be lynehedt would greet them. Button Progress. stantiate it, we did not publish the reBe auro to see it at Walton'e Opera laugh till yon cry. county judge ordered him to betaken the port, hut Tuesday a Cincinnati paper re- to ii Louisville for Bafo keeping, and ho House, Saturday night, loth. 5c, roll- vived the story in a dispatch from LexAiiMoi'Tii com luY.'toiiiatoe went on tho next tram after his arrival Ht ed oata 5j per box, etc. W. 11. Women ington, which stated that tho husband of Lebanon. There jb a reward of jSOO for NKV?A1VKBTI3EHE.YTS. A Co. the woman bad done the shooting and Ills capture and conviction. . hud caused the separaColi.ahs, liiimea, bslk bands, blind bri- that Brewer, who HonniiiLK. While hia wifo wns heie at Warren A tion, was nt the point cf death from a dles, trace chains, tVc, wound near tho heart. enjoying a visit to her mother mid friends Shanka'. The Danville Advoqate thinks the Sunday and attending the church bIio Mir.imidBtrnight pickles, dried fruits story whs started by some students. A has joined since her marriage, it seems Policy No, 1,04b Mechanics and Trader! Injur-aaand all kinds of canned goods nt Warren letter from Brewer says ho is at the Bates that the Kev. George P. Tnubinan was (.ompaiiy is unaccounted lor. Holder of itue will please delmr to mc, sainu having been crder-c- d A, Shanka'. House, Indianapolis, (and that ho ia fly- putting in his time in the Newport bar anccllcd. I). W. VANDKVKEK, Take your watch, clock and jewelry ing high on the money he has just got- rooms. Ordinarily a man can tlnd all he ,i Ky. Jeweler. Work ten hold of by reason of reaching his wants nnd more besides in one, but it ropairBto DankH, tho majority. seema that one did not satisfy this insatguaranteed. iate bar visitor, who did not stop till he Dim) ritoM the Shocic. John Owsley Jaikonkts, dimities, towels, crash, bail visited 20. But wo will let the Those owing the estate of I. A. Harris are re napkins mid tablo linens uro among the Kvans, who was so severely injured at Post tell tho story which runa in questi'il to seitlo at once Those having claims arrivals Bt Shanks'. Mr. Graddy, the other occupant the time latest thia wny: Rev. Mr. Taubman, with his ;galust it will please presenti them properly prov- 3. llrtll M3, of tho buggy, was killed by being run Uxor. J. A Harris, friends, all men of high standing in the M A Wild Gooso At down by a train on the Louisville Southchurch, decided to make tho rounds of Ohase at Walton's ern in Woodford, died Wednesday mornOpera House, Fob. 15. saloons with a beer tnster to obtnin ing nt '2 o'clock. He was perfectly rational the evidence of Sunday liquor selling, to LsvKSTiflATON of the report sent ub for several houra after the accident and present to the grnnd jury now in session. YOU Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. while atepa were being taken to remove him to from Williamsburg bIiowb that In order to somewhat disguise himself, tho burn- liia homo in Boyle county, but ho became THE there wero narrow escapes at Mr. Taubman removed tho heavy cloth tho Florence House, Jollico, no unconscious before the hour to start nnd capo which usually surmounts his over-- 1 ing of never regained liia senses. His loving ouowbb injured. coat, and donned a slouch hat in place of rT wife, who waa Miss KHen McAliater, of in your ikihborliood this s.:roii tho ailk tile which ho ordinarily wears. Lnndrum Post, No fls. G. this place, though in .veryj bad Thk W. J. health, PLANT OUR FAMOUS ueen exper-- 1 organUed and A K., waB regularly went over to Versailles na ;soon as she riouillicuuy is sain lo.unve r?x?v of Ky. by or in purin gaining aihnittauco into tho department heard of tho accident and remained with ionceu musiering omier chasing beer. Tho youug man who actDaniel F. Tracy, chiel him to the Inst. The remaina wero bought andVBipped tho beer, 10th. Capt. Goo. on Monday, February brought to Danville nnd at J o'clock yes- ed aa taster whilo the preacher mid hia witnesses yas elected commmiuer. all of which .im d wilvd and illusterday wore interred in the cometery II. McKinney trated in our Ivaiu .ul and entirely stood by. After completing the rounds WicbitH, there after funeral services at tho Baptiat New Catalogue for 1896. A new avuNT the nroctedinga at Btudy of tho pastor they retired to tho defeature tins season is the of District At- church, of which he waa a member. Mr. Kee for the diabarmont and thoro propnrod their cases for prelivery of Seeds at Cata! rue prices to wna raised Uvana waa a sou of Mr. George W. Kv Collar Pads, Hridlcs, Check Lines, &c, &c. Call and see our sentation to tho grand jury. torney W. 1 Cmnplioll, who any Post Otlice. Tins " New Cataof Mr. F. J. Camp. anB, of thia county, and waa 12 yeara old. ot a will mail on logue" we here mid ia a brother CHURCH AFFAIRS. 2 cuit stamp, or to th :e v. ho v. ill state hell.wohavoitBtrnight that it a t be Ho was engaged in business hero for n Lna fought long timo nud many friends here aa well wlure tliey swtius aa eniNcmeui, mc whisky (dement, which ho In a church in Texas two men were Catalogue wiil be nu.Ld Free I i trying to break aa at his preHentJhqmo, ,'griove over hie Uhout mercy. fatally wounded during a bbooting af- untimely death.. Besides Ida heart They are the Best. ...... but will not bo Bucceaaful. PETER HENDERSON & GO. broken wife.lfour children survive him Btanda high In tho grassbaa been arpreacher A Judge Campbell 35 & 37 Cortlandt St., New York. always been a ter- - to Buffer the los8 of an affectionate hua- - rested nt Morrilltou, Ark , charged with homier State and hua baby. baud and tender father. killing a ror to evil doora, we ltru. ly lNTEKiokJouRNM. Thv I)ankn for spectacles. Any Body Can 3 IX Ifl l m 11 g Any Body Can't Very Best Value Money Can Buy. relt-tivi-- I ' r T first-cla- ss P ONLY THE BEST SEVERANCE & SON. Huh-tonvill- e, stere-optica- Col-leg- Klk-to- n, Chat-fiel- SDCH BIRGIIIHS "Were never Heard of Before. 1 ssti-fHctio- n. Manufacturer: Needed the Money 11 - two-stor- y Sear-gen- t, foot-gea- 50contheMlar $18 Suit, $10, $15 ' m Suits for $7.50 1'itta-bur- g Melntoshes Only $3.50. 1 - t - OYBRCOAT At DISCOUNT. grv X, IrJ TC3TYJ 20PerCent; BIG-- LIlsTB well-know- n 1TOTIOB. Look al Your Policies. IF JFVO'IE rJMilLfAXJSi J. L. Frohman & Co., Danville, Ky. ci . XTotioo to Creditors. Cin-cinn- ati Kclntoshes, Slickers, Rubber Coats, Rubber Shoes, H. J. McROBERTS. WANT - BEST J GARDEN miiB-teru- d Plow Gear, Wagon Har- ness, Collars, rirt .in. tlt m etalic Sewed Collars HIGGINS & McKINNEY. - " l.'lWWIPlt l. Lf Semi-Weekly Interior Jourm i -A- l-fS rubllBhed Every Tuoaday and Friday trWhtn PBK YMAUiy ADVANGK not so paid 32.60 will 7 be charged.- K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 15 a. in , Train leave Stanford at etumiftn t Wo. a 3 V- - L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. . Na.3, U, Train going North No, 16. " South No. 15. QUEEN ...... , 7P m 3 15 a m ta 04 p m u 115pm CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City as follows: No. t South . .11 i a m No a North ...3.55 pm ...146 pm ' " 3 j o' in " 4 " .. 15 am m 1 . . u oj m n a Notb. Nrs. 9 " . than Junction Cit 5 Jpm ''j aid and 6 and 11 " to , nor on .nday. run no j ..600am fur-h- ROT, &&Sfe w. accepted the oiler of the French governWaller on ment to releaee condition that no clitn be made on rf Waller for hia nrrtat and imprisonment. Tiie mapnificient train known as the "F. F. V." vhich the O. & 0. runs from Cincinnati to New York, covered --',700 miles in January and during nil that time WHS only late on its arrival in New Absolutely Puro.l York twice anil then but ;0 minutes. Didn't Know Ilnniun Nut ore. No wonder Assistant General I'aaBencer cream of tartar baking powA "Brown scams to be very excitable. Agnnt 0. H. Ryan ineiatq thnt Ins road der. Highest of all in leavening I saw him chnse his hat y down a has the finest and surest service in tl e Latest United States crowded street," strength. country. Government Food Report. "Well, Vimt of that?" he'd only cool and wnltod. "If BOYAL'BAKING POWDER CO., MahmGras, Feb. 17 and Is. The somebody would hno caught it, rate of one faro for the round trip will 106 Wall Street, New York. brushed itnndbroughtitbackto him!" be made via the Queen & Crescent Chicago Record. Route February 14th to 17th, to New Ills 1'rliH'lpnl Chitrni. Orleans account Mardi Graa. It is Xccdleson Yes,we think agrentdetil J. F, DARKER, Proprietor, solid veatibuled of thnt parrot. 1 wouldn't take a hun- the only hue running - trains to New Orleans, aud is DO milua dred dollars for him. Pinns He isn't very handsome, hut I shortest. A trip over the Queeu A Creel Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. cent to the juuiut and intensely intersuppose he's mi excellent talkrr. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large "No, he is not mueh given to talking " esting city by the gulf made to include a Commodious Sample Room. and "Won't talk?" Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. visit durinn the Maitli Gras Beasnu is dePrompt and polite service to guests. 47 "Can't.." Chicago Tribune. For furlightful from start to tiuish. ther information call on or address Chun. Not So Very rncapectetl. W. IlAVGHMAN BaL'GHMAN. M. S. J. "Ada, dearest Ada, will you be W..ell, I. P A .Cincinnati, O., O. L. mine?" Mitchell, I) l A., Chattanooga, Tenn , "O Chnrles, this is so unexpected! W C Rinearson, Gen. Pasa.Ae.'t , Cinl'KOFKIETOHS You must gio mo a little time." cinnati. 0. "How long, darling?" & "Oh! I will just call mnmmn sho is waiting in U10 next room." riiegende be-hal- mi &! jA g "Yes," paid Uio mnn, "Pro no doubt you've had somo great Impressive. "Do you ask proof thnt my client la hunting experiences in tho west," "I have Indeed." insnne?" lie oskcii. "Well, there Is "Buffalo hunting" plenty of it. When ho caino to ciignfo Sure." my services ho promised me $10,000 "And bear hunting ' if I would tnko U10 ense, nnil yet he "Of course." hasn't n cent. Is Unit tho net of n "Well, you just como nrouud nnd let sane man?" g "Did you know that when yon took my wife take you atid tho ense?" naked tho attorney for tho bargain-huntin- g with her. Then you'll begin to know whnt excitement "is." prosecution. Washington Star. "Certainly." "Well, I can't see that that helps him Voro a in I Wo rue. in nny wuy, but it would make n splenBobbins (to visitor) 1 don't mind did plea for you were you on trial." And the court eo ruled. Chicago this new woman business, but my wifo carries it too far! Sho has lost all her Evening Post. womanly nnd feminine Instinct. Visitor (wishing to smooth matters "Tho Grpatr.t Service." One of those men who say something CAcr) Oh! you only Uilnk she lias. Bobbins (sningely) I don't think which they had bettor left unsaid addressed the late Hev. Charles Spurgcon anything about it! know it! Why, she ns he was passing out of church. actually docs her shopping by mall. Grasping tho preacher by tho hand Puck. tho man said: "I see you have forgotOn Good ten me, Bir; nnd yet you once did mo Tho legitimate Is Authority. actor exdead," tho tho greatest service that 11 clergyman claims, can render to anybody." mien deep dejected. I trow With "What service was that?" naked Inasmuch as ho murdered It nlcht niter night Spurgeon. Ho ought all about It to know. "You buried my wife, sir," replied Detroit Tribune. the man, his eyes suffused with tears. The I'nited States Ltoverntnent Iftta meek-lookinI house-huntin-- rroof nf IirVantty. The attorney for tho defense t'ecatn It en l Excitement. TuBBhirt waist of 1S00 certainly justifies its name more than any which have appenred before, since it has a wide Standing collar and culls of white linen buttoned on like those on a man's shirt. Madras cloth in blacK nnd white stripes and ecru batiste with colored dots on lace stripes are very popular for these waists. bru less sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feer sores tetter, chap-pe- d hands, chilblains, corns and all skin "UlitiMiil it Jit positiely cunt piles, or no pay tepuired. money luaranteed to give perteit atlfction ersale l.y Trice as tents per bos For refunded. V. It. Mc Roberts, driiKKlit BIG LINE Ol' PLOW G-EA- R, HA RNBSS, SADDLERY, &c. The !.et salve liucklln'e Arnlcti Salvo cuts, in the w 01 I.I for All Kinds and at Lowest Prices. TTJK,IvJ"IIsrc3- - - Call and sec them. PLOWS, 111.171s rtinedy i intended tspeciali) lor acute throat ai iold. iroup tnd m hooping Inrir diseaies iuth I hero is I coiich, .uio is lamout lor Its cures danger in K'miig it to children lor It contaic liolhiog Idjuiioui For sale by Craig A lie Ver. Stanford, K Peanle ate irrowtnc more and more 111 the ha of looVinir to Craig . Mocker (or the latest best of eerthtng in the druir line. 1 "louk Chun. rrrlinri loukrh Keiliertv. UHI cures of tad iol.li, roup and vthfloplnc coug'i A hen in need ol such a meoiome gie inn itm ed a trla' and you will le more than pleated wiih the result tale by Crair A HotVer, Slanfoid, Ky. The Iiti'e daughter el Mr Fred Webber, Holland, Mid . had a ery had cold and cough wl.ur ey thinf I ho had not been aMe to cure with s 0us Kaic him a 13 cent bottle ut l hamVrUin Kemeuy, says w I' iinmeii, hhumiii HrimfitM arid the next lime I master at West IM saw rim hesaid it ered like a ctwnii. FAKRIS & HARDIN. rilK AbS HERD OK ,,,.,... Duroc Jersey Red Swine R. H. Bronnugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky, llrceders ie iv .rt'ii n IMiji for sale from the best types cl Kr,jiiItnJ me best herls lu levcral illlferent States. Correspondence Solicited . H. C. RUPLEY, POWDER The Futo of Tuntalun. Mrs. Gndd Oh, I'm just dying to get out and toll Mrs. Gabb nil tho awful things my upstairs girl haa told mo about tho Bliffkins family, whero sho, used to live. Mr. Gadd Well, why don'tyougoV "I don't iliiro to. Mrs. UliiTkins fcrj trying to coax my cook off, and I know sho'll run in U10 first tkio I leave tho house, nnd lf sho get our cook she'll learn alt about us." X. Y. Weekly. Threw Away His Cane. Mr I). Wiley, ex postmaster, Itlack deck, N V , was so badly afflicted with rhcumatMm that he as otilv aide to bubble around ith caiir, and sen then it iaukcd him creat pain Alter uvng Chamberlain's l'am llslm he was so much ttnpiov-c- d He tays this that he threw away his (.alirs liniment did him morn good than all other mtdl-cm- s and trcatmeat put together For sale at j and 50 ceati per bottle by Craig & Hocker, ctanlord Ky 3 says that he always ketrs Dr. King's New Dtscovety In the house and hw family would not be without it, If procurable, t, A l)lemsn Urufvut, Caiskill N V , says that Dr King's New Ditcutery is undoubtedly the I -t I mgn remedy ; that he na 1 used it in hii lamil) for eight seat, and it has Wh y t etc failed to do all that is claimed for it nut try a r.ntdvso low trie. I and tested. Trui 11 Mt. Roberts' Drug Store, little tree at W Regular siie vh and i D W. e- -- f TME MER6MANT TAILOR la deceiving His : FALL AND eX: : WINTER In : GOODS. call. J W A Household Troasuro Fuller, ol Canajohane. N, V, Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranterd. Give uie F. A. "AYEBS, Bricklayer (!uaiaoteex r 1 hii;i J V punt TOOK, simp In iliiie McC.lNSIS. irimnlnc shop. Stonecutter Ik t'l I to-da- Stanford, Kontucky. rt Clais THOMAS Y. SHAW, IUNMI I F, KY., ln-c- n BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Kentucky. M.S.&J.W.Baughman, lia. The editor of a Tennessee exchange Ut Trices resoi nen. of the talkwho is "bleectd" with a wife ing varietj, feelingly remarks "Son.e titmu it gives a man the shivers tempo- A. S. rarily to sit in church and hear his wife Surgeon singing earnestly, and more or lens meDentist, I had a thousand lodiously. 'Oh, tlmt tongues " Ky. vTA building --HX) stories high is to lie i built in New York, h will have 100,000 OCiceover McK TlS Idin.11; M. it II otlife aud be three times as high as tower Did You Ever. New gCMHls ol the latest slyles eerr ai'i years' i u ei 11 lUiilder and Dealer in All Kinds of Carriages. e.l to 1 1 Re, ai'inu a Spe PRICE, imieu fiv.re.l OL'R gite itiila.tton All woik dune when All sci.iuiili due when work tide our pilronacc snli. ilei. 90 tail) M'otL .1 nc and warrant. IIL'all.l.No iNst Kssli .It Stanford, V7. w 11, JOHITSOIT, - I the iwsicy .1 Klf-f- el TO TSCE S 1 -t SALE LIVERY, FEED STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. as niaetter. Coal, Coal, Coal. Falls Branch Jellico Coal, Ii you need livery give us a call. Nothing out firit-daturnouts will kave our stable. See us (or rates. In our for a birthday present. Clerk Lady Indeed. Tliey Kept Kverj tiling. Lady (In store) I would like wme-thin- g in U10 way of n novelty suitable Well, madam, we keep every- LonslipatMin, Headache, tiss ol Appetite, Nervous Sleepless, Kicit-ahlor arc Mtlantholy or trouMed with l try Spells, Klcctric Hitters is tnt meuinae you need Health, and Slicfth are guaranteed by lis use. Only .ttle at A R Penny's Drug stotv 50 cents a have Try Kiectnc Iltttetn as remedy for jour It. u Call in and sec the largas ant est rie t line "nrl day I'm t rs wanting i.i'gihiitdi, hies" If tot Ket a buttle now ami gt relief ever brought to 1'rues low at iht mtnrt ih iM aUJie .:' al I'm. I mrd.uuc ha t.ren fnund to he (ocularly lowest. lhis I't jmpt sltcniion g iranieed ad pted to the relief and cure of all I eauli Klcgant line I.iaesi anal Kmhridery Matmal exerting a wonderful duett inrtiencc in MISS LICCIK ItEAZl.tV, If you gmnn strength and tone t tbc organs I'ON'l IJKI.11 1HAT bunl.id. Ky . On-plaints received Wh repiesclits the Old Reliable MU higan Mulu al I ife Insurance Co, of Detroit Mi.li. can write yo. ill the mod (avotablc plans ol Insur ni( He a.sn rtpreseuti the old itliaMe Ctulral lol s . Wrehoue e( I ..mivll'r Kv , aad will l.r glwl to hate a liNrei ihaic ul y,ur roosge. t u c iea ly I., onier ai. lie Iiv li that an be gltcn by any warehouse l.ilieral caih advance- th 111 tho ware-heracnls tnadr on c o.siki.iiiei.t-- , an.) . ititrv I will le at every pruei or k, Ky (9 ,m i. fainting pell e, THE F. RILEY U. BIL.EY. HOUSE Kontucky. THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKINNKY, Remember we arc the exclusive agects for the celebrated Iroprlotor, KY., BLACKSMITH SHOP. s Wlllguiran'.es d'icts Try our hor first-clas- thing in Uie lino of novelties. them for vile. Siftings. work and shoer. s atlsfactor I supposed you had Good morning. Texas John 13. Cattleman. A. G. Lanhatr ROYAL insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE &CASTLEMAIN MANAGERS, Toet ter. I emulate him in every way. Cynics Yes, I notice you ore rapidly approaching him in onu rewpect. Poet (flattered) Indeed? Cynic Yes, you oru getting- poorer and poorer every day. JC. Y. WorW. - At the Huwtriiivr Club. (soulfully) Homer is my mas- Alto that it will be to the interest of everybody and see our clean Domestic Nut CVaf. l'rices the very lowest. We pay tho cash at the mines, therefore are able to sell at the lowest price. Come and st e us. Good Coal malcsred ashes, no cinder. NOEL A SON. to call FOR SALE .2? EXCHANGE Homo and Lot in Crab Orchard, Ky Five rooms and kitchn, cellar, Hower pit, stable and other outbuildings, all in llrst class repair, a well of never filling water all kinds of fruit trees and small Iruits. Lot contains about one acre Will sellcheap cr exchange for small farm in a "11. e plae is rented for good neighborhood to Mr. Hugh vargent, who will show the place to any cne who desires to look at It For further lnformatlcn address J. 11. STEPHENS, joj N Limestone t , Lexiutoii, Ky P b Centrally Iocatel. Danger In Commerce Building, Louisville, Ho skimmed tho classy Burface of the WOte And thure. In full, his signature ho wrote, Jimt then a letter skater took the euk.-- He scratched above a promissory nolo! Chicago HecorU. the Pastime, is. Agents throughout the South Tin: Jon was ick.iecti:i. W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Agent, STANFORD, KY. JAS. : FRYE, IIl'STO.VVII.Li:, - - Health and stiength carry us through dangers and maLc us safe in the pr lue ol peril. A per It- - tlv strong man ith run, pmc bluHl hss noth ing to tear fivoi germs He may bieathe in the 1 have moved to my new Hotel and am belts prepared than ever to accommodate ths public II ineie bacilli or constimptu n wltn impunity a weak spot where the genui may find an entrant e hood I. ivcry attached aod every convenience dt eglns Divue iirsd. Give me a call. to the tissues, thru the trouble y; FRANK KI1.IV, cerms propagate with lightning like rapidity. once1 111 the biood, the otly ) to get rid t them This 11 what Dr Pipice's (iild Is to kill them en Medicsl Ducovervn lot It purities the bloou That means that It kills the germs, but that is only part of what it docs It assists dlgeMinn by stimulating the secretion cl digestive Hu.di, so Or promoting aiiml!,iti"U ami rititriiion, purifies and enriches the Mcl and mi supplies the tissues with the food they need It builds up strong, healthy rleih and pul the whole body inta a disOn pik two miles Kait ol Hustonville Con ease resisting state tains -- end ji stamps lo cover cult of mailing only and get his great book, I h I'e i.lv's Common Sense Medical.Adwser absolutely free. Ad tlress Worlds Dispentatv MedU.il Association, Well Improved and in an eictllent neightorbood N' Y Land lies well Will xsthauge for a smaller or a No 'i.Mstnstreet IIu'Tl cheaper place in this or hit good county It. the Mate or would take ,1 dean sioek of grmvnei and hardware id part pa meut In some live t wn, or will sell for part cash, '.lan. r in rite tears time or longer if denied. lor further parti, ulsri nil p., I) KI'.VNhlfi. Is a candi.ia'c lor Ccng'ess in this, the Klghth ouor address, District, silt ect to the act.on ol the Democitie , 83 im Hustontllle, Ky yarty. London. Splendid Farm For Sale Exchange. 1 -- Have lull beea overhauled aud reptired fiosa bit torn lo top by the fwoui Richmond City Mil vt rti, 01 nichtaonil, Iml , aud with capacit now inciiaicti, are UMing more arni eelier w ork than ever before, aod with the old reliable D V Ki'Dornly ai head miller, ynu are sure of good Hour ami lair tiraiinent lie sure na bring us your giibdmg and when buying tor our old and wall eitaViliihctt hraods, lavoiitc alent, La- dies' Favorite an i llaieii'Choii IIATKS A SON. utcesior to K. I. lannerA. favorite Milling Co ..! Farmers Bank&Trnst Co OF STANIORD, liaowfully.orgaaiiel and ready KY , lor business one-cc- 140 Acres of Fine Land, wit! Paid up Capital of Surplus, $200,000. -- . '0,000. J. t S. OWSLEY, JR, "fT f3T f""! T " T!"-- mnZT' '"Tin"!"!) T F X-- ' T-- STANFORD K., J FEMALE : COLLEGE. PtesiiS.ml. SUCCESSOR tolIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STANTORD, Now closing up) with ths same assets and undst the same management. Ily provisions of III chatter, depoiitors are ai fully protected as aie depositors in National lianas, its shareholders beng held Individually liaolc to the eitent ol the amount of their itock therein at the par value thereol, lo addition to ths imounl invested in such shares It may act ai executor, aoininulratoi, truitnc, Ac, at fully as To those who entruited their bulslncss to ni ranagmg the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we we hete tendirour many thauki and iruit they will continue to transact their buimra: with us, oliuiUg ai a guatantee for prompt atiit-tie- n to same, our twenty yean eiperiorce la basking and at liberal aceiHitmodationi ai are with sound hsakmg while coa-lilti- nt STANFORD. KY WILLIAM SHI.l.rON, inladlvidual .IF eOU AREGOING...... MOETH WEST, R THE LouieviLic 4 Nashville R. R. lathe line for you, as its Double Daily Trains Make,close connections at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. "THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGb For any information enquire of JOES. RICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Franlcfori Shortest and quickest between Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. run by Central Standard Time. Time TabKt Nov. 3, 1855. Only Duect Lu.e Between Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Oarlislo, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Covington. Trains No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. p. in. p. m. a. m. A 655 415 LiV! Kranklort ' 00 3 4 20 7c8 KIkhorn 48 Stamping u round 7 a; 447 5 05 is GeorBetownU... 7 45 3 7 5 J "i C. S. Depot Air. 4 1 Is cUInn goods cheaper thsnever My Spring ti ods are arriving every day and I do not herniate to saj that In every line the atsortment i complete and rignt up to date in style, .uality and pri es, I now I am 111 position to mike special')-LoPr es and I will pay sour toll if you don't fin it so I'oa't buy your Dross, your Suit, your Sh es or your Carpet until ou tea what lean do for v u, S. D YOWI LL. Salesman CLOTIUN( Min'a Suits from 3 soup Yo ths Suits, ling pants, tiom 3 00 up from llojs Knee Panis 50 up hs s 20 to ;o per cmt. cheaper than lail year DRK-- S GOOD- -, All the latest things in Cash meres, Henriettas, Incuts, Niks, Sat ins aud civets at bottum piiees GINGH VMS. All colors In Apron Checksnt j ce Is. Fine Dress do at n',c, worth 6.. nei WHITK aod Laces that will please the most fastidious at prices to Miss Jennie Yes, mamma will jKiy suit. unbleached in every MUbLIN. $15 per month, and all you have to do quality that Is Bleached and in a s to be-- found stoiu apecinl prices on tobacco canvas is to mind a tine, lug healthy baby. All I II IS, Collars, Culls and Neckwear in endMary Ann Sure, mum, I got $13 in less vantty, frim a gcod, Miong work shirt at 35c tho last place, aud Uie laby was very to the finest Madris cloth To fit and suit any man, woNDKHWKAR little and light, too. X. Y. Ledger. man or child If there is any one line that claims SHOKS TukliiK It Literally. superiority in my stock it is Shots. 1 he 20th Toe, s.iuare "This morning the doctor ordered mo Century lasts, the I long save youtoe en all tothe I turn joe $1 and will different to drink water an hour lefore a pair on them. "Try rue '' meal, and hero been drifiking for CARPETS and .MATTING All were advanc of but I bought mine the last 10 minutes; but I'll be jiggered ed on the aothsell January, wholesale prices and 1 can them at make money. if I can swallow another drop." I have it in all the staplo QUKENSVVARK Jilnetter. articles and at very low prices. . 20 cents GROCr .Vi'wi to II I in. ao cents Green Coffee your prayers you Gianulaied Sugar at a secret price, Rico jc lb. Nurse Willie, in ma'oesorC ij cents forgot to pray for grandmother's safe- - 3 cam but TPeeled Peachesrn A 1 lb, can 10 cents Groceries are Csah and these prices aiu for ty. Cash. Willit Has she got a bicycle, too? 1 1 Kef p you eye on the Page Fence Sto llutT MRS. NANNIE S. sAUKLKY, Udy Principal. II Ilnght, R. Dudderar, I L. Dawso-..bl. Kit Carter, i Char,. r r l nth, r, who hiv, ti- Miss Kama L. .Martin, Pending l : her la tho C, A. PKYKiN.rttanf. rd. Ky ed it. Study Hall; . Aeeni r r Lin oln ft unty 9, in Mm Mary Cowen, Principil ol the Musk 1c- J pari men I. SPRINd AND SUMMER. .1 .Mis, Mary P llarili. Principal the Depart- mentsol Art aud hioeulicn. Ladies. Something to Beautify the MhMmjs 1l GOODS.-Kmbroioe- first-clas- t l'o eery e. DR. W. B. Daily oponining New Hats, flowen and lacesl We fit the assurance to the trade that they wil day, 22. find in our es'ahllsluuelit the same exclusiveneis u style of patterns, hats and bounets and all the Fcr term,, Jt.c, sen 1 for Circular or call at 'the leading novelties in Millinery for which we ate College known throughout the country. I have secured a trimmer for the season. Thanking you tor past favors, we-- respectfully solicit your patronage heretofore so Ul erally M. D 1)1 DDKRAR- Ixitowed. OK HI SIONV1LLK. KATh DUDDKRAR. Manager. Will rnrrv a full lino cl genuine Oliver Chilled Plows, Silver Steel Plows and retain fur ilie Gale and other leading (arming Implements. The Walter A. Wood Mower and Reaper Machines, Cultivators of the beit .iiallty, best lluggie lor the money, Phaetons, Murreys and Carriages ol tho richest .idalltics and fanciest and latest styles. - Iht ' est Ktadoul light buggy hartieis nnd the cheaper grades Collars, hames, lindles for farm breeching and s'rap work of all kind Officeon Lancaster Street, opposite the Court j purM)-e- s, I' umiti.re ol all descriptions, I r nks, bags, travHouse Collections receive especial attention. E3 eling telescopes, hone blankets, buggy rugs, stove and stove fixtures. &c, all ot w inch hu invites yuur atlsniiou and ilspet tion and promiin to deal justly and act honorably with you in all transactions. Thanking my many customers for their patronage In the past year, t solicit a liberal continuance, and with lb cm alia happy new year D. b. CVRPKNTlClt. botf Huslonville, Ky. Next Session will Begin Wednes January lirat-clt- ts D. S. OAB.PJffi3SrTBIl, Williams, Ml. rutin: . 11 Shanks, Stanford; J. S. OwiL, Stanlord; S J. Kiubr, Stanford; J. II Owsley, Stanford; J. F Cam, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, .Millcdgovills, W 11. Cumiuilis, Preachurs II. S. H. .thinks. Prudent, Dr.JMI. OwsJey.lCmhier, W M ltrlght, Teller. V 1 J. niKScTOMi: V7. S. BTJUCH, Attorney at Law, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SIANFORD, KY. Stan ford, Kentucky. I Capital Stock $100,000 ... Surplus :j: 23,700 Attention of the puVU is invited lo tho far thai thtau tho only National Hank in StanforJ Under the provisions cf the National Hank are iccurcd not only by the capital ttock, but by the stockholders1 liability lor aa amount eoual to the stock, ao that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of 400,000, Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank sre made each yearto the United States government and its assets are examined at stated times 07 government agents, thus securing uddititoaa and perfect safety 10 depositors. This institution, originally established as ths Deposit Hank of Stanford In 158, then tied as the National Hank of Stanford 111 lioj and again Kirit National Hank ol Stanlord in i8a, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of years. It Is butter supplied aow with lacllities for transacting busme st prsmpt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Account, ot corporations, fiduciaries, Grms and Individuals reapectlutly solic-te. .s PEirinr, Judge. Insinuating Stninger Will anyone meet you at tho station? Farmer Judkins Ynas, I xpec' 'bnout two moro confidence fellers. Chicago ltecord. Why did you permit young Mnsbintm to kisa you in the parlor lout Coemlilrr.ite. Il.id Triii elril Ilefore. Dentist, : Stanford, : Ky. Opposite the Pst-Oftlc- J. : T. : SUTTON, UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers his services o the people ot West LinI u!l stuck ol Colbni coln and Casey Counties. and Caskets always on hand, D. a. Carpenter, Manager. gj CALL ON 1 Sclentiilo American Agency foraA Office on Main Street, o Paris C -- B30 J 400 GEO. B. COOPER, Proprietors of. p TRAINS WEST. No. V a. No. ;. a. m. p. m. 9 05 Lve Paris C Air Frankfort A .. 1100 " Georgetown " Stamp',; Gro'd ... " Elkhorn C.S. Depot ....1007 11 10 10 10 aS 10 4 6 40 6 58 7 5 7 2 ou 637 No. 10. No. 8. p. m. a. in. 440 5 55 Livery and Feed Stable, STANFORD, KY. d. Father SUNDAY TRAINS. Lesva Georgetown to 10 a. m; arrive Frankfort arrive Georgetown! 'Yeav'e Krankfort j 3a p. 5 ThP Kentucky Midland "Railway atd eonntc- tions form the shortest aud cheapest rcute to all -Kriuth. Katt. North and Wet. For further information apply to their agents. C. D. BERCAW, Oen. Pass. Agent,. UAKPEK, Rec'r it Geu.Sup GKO. 3 night? Daughter Because I was afraid he'd catch cold in tho hall. Brooklyn Life. ;.. at Mrs. Dogood's, except on Sunday. would expect you to work for it. Dusty Rhodes Xever ask for dinnej I'olnter. t. ttuOdttt Ky Fitz William Why not? Dusty Ilhodes Any other day sho Puck. friruiific Tor Information ami tree Handbook wrlto to . MUNN A CO.. 861 UuoaDWAT. NEW YonxV Oldest bureau for accurlnK potent, In America. Every patent taken oul by u Is brought beforu the public by a tiotlco given freo ufchargo in too Clmir 'CasisPCAVEATt. TRADE MARKS, MjekM DESIGN PATKMT8. OOPVRIQHT8. Having bought of P. W. Green his Llverv business and added new buggies and horses, we are prepared to furnish l FIRST-CLAS- S F. G. BRADY, STANFORD, KY., Pocket Key Checks by Mail fur only 35 Cents. For Hrtggago and Key Checks, Metal Lnccksof all klnus, Badges, Dog License Checks, Key Kings, Chains, tVc btampitu' n Metal and general repairing, bhop over M. 1 EIiiioim's store, So ZZZ Stanford, Ky. to. TURNOUTS wtticau Largest circulation of any aclentlflo paper In tho world. Splendidly Illustrated. So Intelligent man should be wllhoct It, Weekly, 03.00 year; $UO six rnontUs. Addrea. UUUtC CO.. ruauaatuu, 301 Uruwdway, Now York: City. ; On short notice. The traveling public will find us always ready and willing to furnish Drummers' Wagons, either single or double, or Carriages of all kinds at very LOW PRICES. Ths boys in and around town will also find ui the pco pie to deal with. Stop with us when in townal courts and entertainments and your horse and vo hide will be well cared for. G. II. COOPER Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky 8; k BIOU, 1111iJU, lorcasnoriu iraciu tor court days at Stanlord oral my home I UTniTQ! I ' I. u U. take all the hides I can el lea ther on lu Otteq- Vn.l.n "1. Onu. .UU,IIU .UUll, I will Forestus Heid, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Collnti, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Haughman.i Lincoln; J. S. Hocker, Stanford ; W. A. Trlbblo, Stauford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanlord, K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernoa.Ky J. d. Hocker, President; Joo. J. McRoboets, Cashier; A A McKiuu.y, A.it. Cashier ThjDtr;;:c:j f'.1. '.!'. ..;xr.,v-o- l