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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896021801 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'. IMTHD BOUQUETS. LANCASTER, CARRARO COUNTY. t NO. 100 STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1896. -- r J Miss Bessie Slaughter, of Tennessee, will CRAB ORCHARD. srrivo Friday and be the guest of Mr. G. Urow, of Paint Lick, ! A rt,RNOIU I'Al'KII. Tho beautiful new fence for tbo L. & 8. Gaiiim and family. James Y. Ourry, The iNTiiRiott Jouunaib talented ed- prenched at the Presbyteriau church of Louisville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Theo- N. park has arrived and will be put up f itor la free, whlto And 21 and is atill Sunday morning. dore Curry last week. Miss Snodgrass as soon as the weather permits. Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho Chrismade up of the anno grit that has charThere are quite a number of patients of Missouri, is the gueat of Mrs. Booth Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices papar tian church will meet Saturday afteracterized him and his exclleiU moinpson 0. W. Hudson and bride. at tho Keeley Institute now and there on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, through life. Brother Walton begun noon with Mrs. Jesse Walden. n "'"'""Hon among Miss Jennie Anderson, who has al- of Ixlngton, (nee Misa Martin, of Paint 8eem8tobo 1u,le ago Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a journalism iu Stanford just Uplrl irni-- .ln,.ln of !. If..., "'O HllllUieU HI IU1B I1UO ., "d "" "" "" and his alwayn publlahud a wplemlhl ready hml experience ai a teacher, com- :: ' Blake-morfull btock of every thing found in a first class Lumber Yard, and by Our popular barber, S. L. triday an Siturd.it. Mrs. Claude Tut paper, bestdos being personally one of menced a subscription school has added a new set of furniture Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have in this cjiinty lust tie and little daughter, of Libhnon, were and n new sign to his place of business. selling for Cash the brightest and trueBt members of tbo the guests last week of her father, Mr. J. ever been offered here. week. 6tate press. -- Klkton Progress. Sam koeps up to date in tbo latest in bis Fifteen or 20 hogsheads of tobacco A. Ycager. ATTIIKTOP. line. Bo Hiire to remember Tom Hood, For 21 long years, our highly esteemed were shipped to the Lonlsvilh market Rev. Ira Partin, of the Baptist deH'h a mender of molars and ache; friend, Col. W. 1 Walton, has been at lilt week. Win. Whlttakur bought of At tiiiiee, lie Heems hearties, we know, nomination, is holding quite an InterestBut it's teeth, anil not hearts, that ho ing meeting at the Holmes school house. the helm of tho Stanford IntkuiohJouii-na- u Allen Ry a m.ue for 110 0. W. MitchYOUbreaks. By his untiring energy, big brain ell bought of W. Noel a yoke of cittlo for He has had quite a number of additions For BHBz'eys, now "Pony" might do, and ready quill, he has climbed to tho 107.00. up to date. If you want ono to go but one gall; Kivft F. M. Hill, of this place, and top of the country newspaper ladder and It has been quite awhile since our He's h brother, of age, it is true, has, by careful management, laid by a W. E Wright, of Nicholasville, are entown baa been heard from through the Hut you win, if you own an estate. comfortable portion of this world's goods. gaged in a iiiont succesiful meeting at the Intkrioh Jouknal, but we are still thrivJohn Farra'a a dangerous one, Hero's hoping that he may be npared M E church nt Rryantsville. Quito a ing and doing a good business. The merHe's smashed many ftimiuine hearts, many more years of usefulness. I.ancst-te- r number of couyerts have been added to Retaliate, now, far your sex. chants are all very busy and report good the church. And pierce him with magical darts. Record. trade. The distillery is running daily The ladles of the Aid Society are You may be aesthetic In style, BIloriT AND B1VBKT. and tbo spoke and tie business is flour-i- s Neither can Webster post you in Dry Goods. We can tell you And if so, we mention II. Clay; x Editor W. P. Walton celebrates the making preparations to Betid a box of bing. He's an artist, and Sutton's tils name, clothing, ratable nip' other useful something unknown to Webster, President Cleveland or Gov. Bradnewspaper the 21stannlver8ltv of bis Mrs. Charles Redd, Jr., who has But lie's shy of tbo lassie?, they say. to the Orphan' Home at Louisby making bis readers BWallow nn Come let us reason together. Fifty cent dollars will do us and been quite sick with inflammatory rheu- ley. a of a column In ville. All wishing to contribute are re- And as for tho Walk.ers, there's four. editorial about matism this winter, is now able to be up if you get goods at 33 off of regular price, then There is Lewis Dave; length. Aa ho is ono ofjlifi best para, quested to send their tTerings to Mrs "Sweet William" aud Charlie andleHHt, and wblk around iu her room. Mrs. Eliis lBt, but not H. 0. Jennings' resident. grapbera in the Statewe knew somo-tblr- "' za Carson continues quite sick to the Which ono will you try to enslave? Rat. Thomas Munnell, of Mt. Sterregret of her many friends. Mies Bettie V8 up u3oon as wo opened his if for broad acres you core, ling, preached at the Christian church And ' paper, and saw that he had departed Edmlston la on the sick list, tho effect of We mention Napoleon B Price; tho disagreeable weather. from bis usual custom of making his ut- Monday evening. Tho subject of bis Your courtship may be rather long, For he's not to bo caught in a trice. Mr.-- Will Anderson preached two terances abort and aweot. Woodford discourse nas "Tho Secret of a Happy very interesting sermons at the Baptist Sun, which reproduce tbo "editorial." Home." He is a very able minister of But maids, you may search any clime, No twain may be found, far or near, the Christian denomination and handled church Sunday. He will not return to Even in this time of political chaos. We are offering hundreds of CIUITKII AN!) UIUOIIT. his theme most excellently. , As Denny, polite and refined, Tho Stanford I st jmon Jouiisau is 21 And the druggist, thoy dub "Bony" Louisville until Wednesday, being called things at less than they can be bought because we want to close our The following young ladies were on on to officiate at the wedding of Mies stock, so while you can get the stuff at present prices come and avail years old under lis present management, Lear. Mary White and Mr. Lawrence, Tuesday, and Its editor, W. V. Walton, is an chip- the reception committee at the Valen- A handsome one now wc will name, Everything in this stock goes, includyourself of the opportunity. at the residence of tho bride'b parents, per and bright us tho youngest and tine Party Friday night: Mises Jonnio He's one tiiRt may yet fill the hill; Larkey, Patsv Uenz'ey, Sue Herring and He's the son pf Dan Collier of hune, ing white goods, embroideries, dress goods, shoes, boots, clothing, Wo wish for Mr. and Mrs. W. T. B. White. Bprlgbtliest of the craft Aud he wears the sweet title of Will. Mrs. W. II. Cummins, of &c. blm another Bcoru and one years of Altio MarKsbury. Tho Biptist fdies, " epent several days with her sisyou sue, pleasant aud profitable newspaper work, for whore church tho entertainment wus But if for a We have only one of Hint claim; ter, Mrs. D. B. Edmiston, who we are and if, at tbo end of that time, ho wants gotten up, realized 112 from it. Hemphill & Oo. have engaged Miss He's not of tho salable kind, glad to relate, is steadily improving. Mr. may ho be able to do ho with n to retire, And still wo might Graut Hugh his aud Mrs. Jackson Wilhoite, of Versailles anug fortune and n happy family to Nannie Tracy, of Danville, aa their trimname. are guests of Mr. W. T. Stuart and fflini make bis last yeara the best of a long mer Hi the millinery department for the II politics ticlc'es your brain, BUY THE OLD RELIABLE, opening of tho Spring season and Mrs. and useful lile. Oweuton Hernld. Aud you bo of the "now woman" kind ly. Mr. George Harris is up Irom LouisGeorge It. Hardin has secured tho ser- The HtHtesuiau, Mort Roth well, may do, ville on a visit the bomefolks. A Q 00 1) THI.N'O. TIIKY KNOW of Miss Lula Graham, of FrankAud suit your fastidious mind. Prof. E B. Ritchie and pupils enter Tho I.ntkiuor JounNAt. is just 21 years vices fort, mi experienced trimmer, to assist Dr. Beazley. the dentist, comes next , tuined a number of friends and patrons There is a Byitjg In regard to the old. her in her business. He'il HMed a delectable smile, e of his school Friday night. The exer favored of the gods passing from -- As birth-dabouquets to tho I. J. Bui H Hweetneas is what you desire, cses consisted of a debate, subject Save Cost,fSave Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground sphere at an early age, but it OdeShugirs cciues next on the lite. Right. newspapers. That our urn in order, tho writer of this extends a "Shall tho Pardoning Power of the State dofsn't apply to irrtl ottering by transcribing a recent And now of tho Robinson nnme, Rest With tho Governor or With a Board lived so long and is prosneighbor has There's Fleece and there's George and of Pardons, Mr Scott Anderson and Joe pering more than ever is abundant evi- remark. A Lancastrian iu speaking of there's Jake, of the Stanford paper very admiringly Such a trio could not bo excelled, Newland were on the affirmative; Mr. dence of Its merit ajid of the fact that ild: "I wish tho Intkiuoii Joints a i, What one of the threo will you take? Andrew Buchanan and Park Anderson the people of Lincoln and adjuiulng but a daily, and on the negative. It was affirmed that cjunties know a good thing when they was not a OF A LOCAL NATURE. glad that Bro. Walton's 1 could peruse its contents overy morntho governor should bold tho power. The It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, Bee it. We are " Will R. Rubel, ono of Lebanon's college paper was read by Miss Hallie in so many Casey county ing don't keep it. paper li Mr. H. B. Xorthcott, who has been best men, died nt an early hour (Sunday. E imiston and was quite interesting and homer, and hopo to aeo It in many race, Among tho delegates appointed by witty. Morris Ferkina read an essay on Somobody will say that we bad better engaged in the profitable turkey busileave this ont, as It may caiiBo eomo ness here for some months, will shortly Gov. Bradley to represent Kentucky at "Boys" and Miss Birdie James one ou to give their support to the I.NTaniou move to this place from Covington. Mr. the Chicago convention Feb. 10, are "Girls," both good. After the exercises Journal inatoad of to the Tribuue. Northcott pronounces Garrard one of tho Hood Worthington. Danville, and; 0. S. the pupils enjoyed a party arrayed in tacky costumes, which were very amusThat's all right, envy is a thing that finest counties ho has ever bsen in for Nicld, Grays. He has Morrison Breckinridge left Danville ing. nover entered our bosom, and many raising fine fowls of all kind-more years and good ones, to the I. J. certainly made a good thing of it finan- last week for Llvingstou, 'Guatemala, CHURCH AFFAIRS. cially, not only for himself, but for many where he will take a position with the say we. Liberty Tribune. of our country people. A party of 22 from Louisville saile'd same firm with which R. .T. BreckinA telegram bearing tho aid news of ridge, Jr., is employed. fnmXew York to Palestine and the only new development in the Tho .At. n, Wm. 8. Armstrong, a prosperouB Holy Land, headed by Rev. T. T. Eaton, Pearl Bryan murder case is the discovery the death of Dr. Jos. Rogers, of Ind., waa received here Saturday. farmer of Boylo county, and the head of oditor of the Western Recorder. of tho man who drove tho rig in which Dr. G. M. Fortune, pastor of the spot near. Ft. Just four years ago Dr. Rogsrs was mara family, has been charged by Rachael Bho was conveyed to the bIiq was oo brutally mur- ried to Miss Juliet Gill, the accomplishMatilda Pendergraft. about 17 years old, Fust Baptist church at Paris, Tex., has Thomas, where "Wa-Wbeen found guilty of heresy, but has the $350 Stock of Spectacles must go. Satisfaction Guaranteed. dered. He is George H. Jackson, color- ed daugbter of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm with the paternity of herchild. A dispatch from Danvillo sys tba support ofi majority of his members. ed, and was employed for the occasion by Gill, of t'nis placrf. Dr. Rogsrs was one Sole Agents here. are the ter Pad" Trusses are The Best. In the United States the Methodists Walling and Jackson, both of whom he of Bloomington's leading physicians and A T. Hutchings, known as "Wild Al," readily identified in a crowd of JO people. coroner of Monroe county at tho time of is preparing to bring suit for damages number 5,121,030; Baptists, 3.7S5.7-10Though a young man, bo agitinet all newspapers who connected For tho whole English speaking "world, On the night of tho 3lst ult. he Bays, bis death. engaged him to take them to Ft. had already built up quite a lucrative his name with the allegodjBrewu' shoot- approximately, Methodists, 18,000,000; they Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. Baptists, 9,000,000. Thomas In a surrey, drawn by n gray practica. llewaattuuu of unassuming ing in a scandalous manner. A revival at the Methodist Church, In the annual declamatory contest horse, which was in waiting. In tbo manners, gentlemauly and courteous In conveyance was a girl, who ias beyond bis beurlnir. Though in a delicate state Friday night between tHogaett Military S uth, at ABbhtnd, that had beeu in prog doubt Pearl Bryan. Jackson tlrove tbo of health, bin ltle wis not despiired of Academy cadets, the gold medal was resssaven weeks, closed Sunday night, surrey to a point within GO yards of till two weeks ago, when disease assum- awarded to George 0. Bohon, of Dan- resulting in over GOO conversions and dingeroiiH aspect. Ho remains ville. The judgos were Gov. Knott, many additions to the church. where tbo body of the unfnrtunnto girl ed a more were brought here Sunday and Monday Gen. Hardin and Rev. J. M. Worrall. At the close of a Baptist revival at waa found. There the two men took tho I) o'clock his funeral was Alox Camden and Will Roweey, two Athertonville, Nelson county, Rev. girl from tho surrey and walked her morning at preached at Mr Gill's by Rev. Mr. Allis- fugitives from justice, arrested in LexingWe still exist. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, cf Bardstown, immersed six can away. She appoarod to bo Btupefied. A on, of Blootnington, of whoso church ton by Chief of Police Helm, of Danville, didates in the cold wgter of Knob creek including few minutes later Jackson heard groans coming from tbo direction in which tile Dr. Rogers was a devoted member. declined to gn into oxainining trials on while the snow was on the ground. Fiye is felt for Mrs. Rogers the warrants charging them! with arson of tho candidates wero young ladies, and girl had boon led, and this eo frightened Great sympathy away, leaving the sur- hero at her old homo. She is so young aud attempted assassination, and wero all still survive the shock, him that he ran wedded life was ho brief and Bent to jail to Hwnlt action of the grand The Columl ia Spectator shows up rey and party behind and walked back and her fraught with eo much happiness that the jury iu April. the "Rev." Wm.Oullen Hicks, as a drBm Cincinnati. to Tailor made Dogs played havoc with Judge Joo drinker and a fraud and a liar. He Bays Tho new Oolassal cavo in EdmonBon blow baa fallen upon her seems greater than she can bear. It la Bid that a life Robinson's aheap again Monday night. he is a ball brother of Judgo Sim Hicks county la aald to far surpass in beauty Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. andoxtentits Mammoth neighbor. It so full of UBofulneas should so Boon end. Fourteen old sheep and 10 lambs wero of Somerset, and that be can repeat from anil a number wero memory overy chapter iu the Now TestaIs claimed that tho main aveuuo and A husband bo loving and true, a son so killed outright and attoctionate, a brother so wounded so badly thoy,, will die. Tbo ment, backward nud forward, nnd before nutneroua branches of the recently dis- dutiful thoughtful and kind has passed from out iudgo heard the noise nnd.succeeded in this year closes he expects to be ablo to covered wonder bavo boon explored killing two'dogs and crippling several repeat overy word of ttio Old Testament through a total length of 70 miles, and tho haunts of men. that preliminary surveys ahow that an There are uo hearts that know not sor others. This makes nearly 40 sheep After bis first sermon, the Christian row, Judgo Robinson alone, has loat by dogs. churcb, says the Spectator, refused him entry can be mado near tho main lino of Fifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. No browa but bear the lines of pain, L, A N. Lancaster Record. All tho dogs in further permission to use the building. the No oyes hut tears have 'lowed in showOur Brodhead correspondent writes: A trampvislted all the houses at Kentucky are not worth as much as 25 per cent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all Comers, As clouds of darkness melt in rain. Oloverport, In Kentucky, and begged these sheep and a war of extermination The Baptist church at this place is with- forts and Blankels. out a pastor agaiu. Bro. A. Mobly preachfrom eyery kind lady he met a poatugo The hands that soothed in pain and Bad- ought to ensue. , a ed his last sermon Sunday night and A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all 5 cents. which to Bend a lotter to his stamp with ness contending for eight bade his flock adieu Monday. Bro. MobEdwards. After sick mother. Uo got the stamp every Are folded on a pulsaless breast, and Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save D. Edwards, ly is a good man and a good preacher time, and went out of town with several The eyes that gleamed in mirth and glad- days with pneumonia, H. Respectfully, CHAS. WHEELER. of Gum Sulphur, finally surrendered the and we feel sad in giving him up. The money. ness .inium in hla nockets at a result of his Are close in their eternal rest." uneqnal contest aud gave up the battle sanctified people closed another two successful ruse. Taylor atory on Mrs. John Greonleaf, of Richmond, on the 12 instant, lie was born August weeks' meeting here last week. They Tno hteat Oth, 1813, in Virginia, came to Kentucky have about captured this county, but we runB this way: A man went up and who has been the guest of Mrs. Lucinda boy and has continuously do not know how loug they will hold the spoke to him and said: "Your faco is Greenleaf, has returned home. Mr. Jake when a small I, raeot Robinson, of MIddleaboro, visited friends lived in Rockcastle since bis boyhood. fort. familiar. Where in the hell did here Friday. Mrs. Annfe James, Mm. He ana Eliz Bowman were married ou -- In the eastern prt of Rabun county, yon?" "I don't know," replied the part of hell are you Geo. B. Woaren and Miss Hettie Wear- - April 1st, 1834 and this Union was blessed Georgia whil Joseph Orumpton, n "what en, of Stanford, woro visitors in our city with eight children, two vglrls aud six farmer, waa standing at a window with from?" boys. He leaves to mourn hit loss a his daughter, an assasain fired upon A belled buziard baa been caught at Saturday. Mr. W. L. Towell. of him. was a gueat at Mr. B. F. Hudson's wife and five children. George and Hi- The daughter was instantly killed and Bruce, in Barren county, and the bell wards live in Illinois, Francis N. proved to be one put on the carrion last week. Master Fred Grant, of Dan- ram El the father wounded so that be died. Hardy Brother, at ville, waa the guest of Mr. Harriet Price in Tennessee, the others in Rockcastle. Crumpton bad informed on a moonshincrow laat year by the All the latest Magazines, Books and Fashion Papers received as Saturday. Mrs. Oharles Richardson, of He was a kind, gentle and indulgent er. Hardvvllle. in Barren county. soon as published. Weekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions refriend, an obliging neighBarbara Kossel, aged 19, Sunday Mrs. Mary Ellen Lew baa fonwkeal Soneraet, fa vtelting Mr, and Mrs. J. G. parent, a true ceived. A calendar for 1896 to present you. bor and a worthy citizen. night shot and killed John Robflnat St. and robs into me minuiiry, Sweeps;, Miee Long, of Richmond, k a the law New, Fresh Drugs and Chemicals to compound your prescriptions Louts, and with the same weapon killed Atlanta la to have a new union abandoaed politics tad taken ap theol- - yiaitor of Mrs. Alex Weal. Mr. James herMlf. with. Perfect accuracy and dispatch. coat 11,000,000. She need it. is visiting his sister la Cincinnati. to Dillon ogy. -- Rov. William Reduction In Prices 3J-yi- -- II-.- ..1 e, 1 a A. G. SINE, Stanford, Ely. -- Don't fyxxu It E ca-re- er arti-de- n two-third- You Can Afford to Buy, Preach-cravill- e, "saw-bones- fl HUGHES & TATE. The Vulean Chilled Plow. muti-dan- y 11 sami-weekl- y, We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. W. H. WEAREN & CO. Bet Your . Eyes Bloom-ingto- CRAIG & HOCKER'S. & e . CRAIG HOOKER, The Charles Wheeler Emporium. Var-dema- n, The 20th Century Boot n Great Drives in Clothing. it Ala-roni- ex-Qo- v. W. B. McROBERTS, Pharmacist and. Bookseller. Ash-lan- Has a Complete Stock of Pass Books, Day ' Books and Ledgers, do-p- ot i .W . ' . v -rr--r-rr WW ,? W " ' 'W"";!1 I'M" hii iiyyqwqwwMi ' I WlJpJ)Wjlyj' um '"n wi' j' p'r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 18. 189C Stanford. Kt., Febriurv W. P. WALTON. s $m.f m - to quittal o( an aseawin baa been added made human life all the the lonRliat and Bteal-- 4 cheaper in the Stale in which horse crime Idr is rated as a more heinous murder. In Grant county last year than Mr, Dickinson was called toBeo his dying Five Hundred Yards Col. Hamburg at 3c per father. A coward named Elliston, on yard. A good yard wide Hlcach Cotton at 5c. the ground that Dickinson had threatento the depot on hearing ed him,. went ! that he was coming and while he tat in : the car, unconscious of danger, Ellis-to- n fired through the window, killing At half it's actual value. Union Suits, Ribbed Williams Vests and Pants, Woolen and Fleece Lined him. The assassin was tried at a noted effort Hose for Ladies and Misses at 15c, 20c and 25c town last week and after jury being moved was acquitted, the worth double the money. more by the eloquence of Col. Billy Breckinridge, who represented the assassin, than by the law and justice. Ellis- " ton, who doubtless expected a verdict of Gents' Fine Laundered Shirts, colored bosom, death, shouted for joy on bearing one of worth 51.25, marked down to 75c. Negligee acquittal and bis friends rushed up and Shirts, 50c, 75c and $1. embraced him, while the court, we judge, looked on with approval, Bince there is no statement to the contrary. would have better been lett unmaue, fire at Guayaquil, Equador, to have been Winter Turft, Burt and White oats Alas and alack that the laws should be even if true. for sale. F. Reid, Stanford. Wc arc headquarters for any thing in the Shoe $4,000,000. used to shield instead of punish evil dot R. Elkln.a pensioner, got drunk line, from a coarse Brogan to a fine dress shoe. J. John Harris wss hangou in me Tillman, the 'degenerate representaers for their crimes. Washington, and frozo'to death fn Jessamine. of Columbia jail, at tive of a noblejState, is in a state of frenMr. Bonner will very probably have Legislative session zy worse than that he worked himself up for murder. of tho waa killed at Montgom Sunol Ic hla racing string this year. A noliceman has gone and but one bill an act to re to when denouncing Cleveland anil uar Frank Anderson bought in Rockcasnegro whom he was try- Look at our line of clothing when yollscomc to peal an act to regulate advertisements lisle in his disgusting Bpeech in the Sen erv. Ala., bv a a bunch of steers and heifers at $9 to tle town? Suits for men from $3.50, up. for sale of real estate in Morgan county, ate. Ha doesn't like the newspaper T Ing to arreat. " long Dr. Nansen, the ulsunguiaueu Nor- $12. has become a law. After getting the criticisms of it and him and in an open John Holtzclaw sold to James Ruscharge, the lnttnr. hlackcuards his critics, who have wegian explorer, Is said to have reached coveted prize of govermental of Danville, a lot of butchor stuff at .. . sell, republicans do not seem to know what spoken of him in most appropriate ler.i38 the North Pole. We have just received a big line of Shirting .Tnhn Crook, a mine hose, was killed 2Jc. to do with it and their boasted promises as "a filthy baboon," Va political anarcu-is- t" i M. S. Baucbman sold to u. ti. Hud Samples from the White Swan Shirt Co. and Birmingham by a convict, who was appear to have been like pie crust, made and "a man whose characrer ifl tat- near arc prepared to make any style shirt you may son, of Danville, two cavalry horses at shot by another guard. daya doesn't tooed with dishonesty " His letter Btlll to be broken. One law $110. want, including white Percales and Madras. Fire destroyed uiBiuum,woreu.u.v., look like redeeming the State from further proves his un worthiness and JackHarl cheap over In Garrard. aTOur Tailoring Line is Complete. "tea any great extent, even suggests that a lunatic or a State prison ofT. D. LuckotUtCo., at Ulartsvllie, misrule to Tho Record notes tho sale of a fine ono of S0,000. loss if the charge of misrule had been veri- would fit him better than a Senate causing a Corbett thinks that Mauer anu mz- for $10. two months they have been chamber. fied. For S. H. Thomas, of Woodford, Iowb, simmons will never fight. He believes . looking at the books and if anything has has a horse 42 yeare old which he works any busi- the authorities will Interfere. Jack Chinn may not have been found wrong with them the fact Frankfort, but It must be admitThe Exchange Bank, of Fleminge- every day. does not appear. The fool democrats, ness at M. E. Mcllenry has sold Ph(obo Tho of him and his fa- hnro in In the hands of assignees. fear who were led to believe that there "was. ted that the Wilkes, 2.0SJ, to W. C. Harrington, of much to do with assets are Bald to exceed the liabilities. something rotten at Frankfort and voted mous knife has bad under-takiTroy, N.Y., for $3,400. republicans from A cirl who waa assaulted by a Geor lor a change, ought now to follow the preventing the Grade ewes at $3.50 each and 250 lr. revolutionary acts. Senator Car gia convict trusty, has sued for $100,000 hang example of Judas and gooff and A: URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, said that damages, making the lessee me ueieuu- - hogs at 4c are recent sales reported in tho penter, who is alleged to have themselves. Winchester Democrat. T: D. RANEY, Manager. he is getting tired of the monotony of ant. Riley Grannan is said to be dead Bv a vote of 21 to 10, a strictly party not having killed a man in a month or issued for Padu-ca- h -- Warrants have been broke at San Francisco. He has lost over one with the exception of Senator Hays, two, does not want to vary the monotocorporations which have neglected Branch Stores; $100,000 on the meeting there. voted with the repub-lUn- a ny by killing Jack, and fighter though of LouiBville, who to put the word "incorporated" on their John R. Gentry, 2:03, brought $, Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, oouvy iicana, ine Annate refused to confirm rjeclaims to be, he woui attempt logo signs, GOO under tho hammer in New York. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Frankfort, Elizabeth-town- , Gov. Bradley's appointment of a Hegro intQ the ,oint Bwaioa to vote if. the dem W. O. Cherry, of Ralrdstown, Ga William Simpson was the purchaser. Hop- Ky., and Mauckport, Ind. famsaloon keeper for steward of the ocrats UDBeat bim. has 130 living descendants. In this James E. Clay is the largest tax epeecnea kinsville Asylum. Some strong ily are representatives ol five genera- payer in Paris, his assessment being On the Senate's free silver substitute were made by democratic members, Sentions. $2G8,G15; O. Alexander is next with $211,-24ator Sims declaring that the governor for the bond bill, 58 democrats in the Tho three members of the Keller Docs Your for silver, had named the negro for this responsi- Honda recorded themselves been acquitted at Terre Bourbon 270 sheep Hold find no 25 republicans and 7 populists, while 184 family have At a sale in ble position not because he could Haute, lnd., of the murder of Clara from $2.50 to $2.95 per head; corn $1.10 responsible, decent, capable white repub republicans and 31 democrats voieu Shanks. vote shows a growper barrel; fodder, 8 cts; hay, $10 per Hcan, but because he wanted to humil- against the bill. The Mary Poteet filed a suit at Henderthe hundreds of ing sentiment for honest money and pre- son against Moses Rhodes, a merchant, rick. iate, degrade and insult Wc Or Varnish legislation Huch Mahln, of Troy, has Bold his helpless white inmates in the asylum. cludes the possibility of any damages for alleged betrayal, at 5 cents for June, it affecting it this Beeaion. Gov. McGreary for $5,000 lambs to John Arnett Unless this is the governor's purpose, and got $1,000. delivery. Jessaof Pulaakl county, and 4 cents for July would seem that could fiod some otber voted against the bill. John McDaniel, mine county. the negroes, stand waist deep position for his friends, In that line and wc fully warrant our goods. Whether the republicans permit Hon. u7ho iMiatom it was to Frank Anderson, of Greonsburg, without placing them over unfortunate W. O. Owens to occupy the seat in Uon. iu ice water and preach baptism, ia now son Ind fatally Bhot his wtfite men and women, who can not grees to which the peoplo elected him or a raving maniac. Wc want your prescription work, too, and guarantee quality, accuthemselvps. owner of whim the latter told his father he was help Mrs. EliziJ. Nicholson, revenge. He made the racy and price. not, ho has had his going to mnrry. speech theNew Orleans Picayune, and famous 1.000 to 1,200 country may be none the loser by conspirators listen to a -S- ales of 157 feeders, Tna currency question. as a writer under the nom de plume of pounds average at 3.80 to Ic, and a lot of a failure to bave the fervicea of Senator the other day on tho "Pearl Rivera," Ib dead. Blackburn and Dr. Hunter, but it pays 270 to 3S5 pound hogs at Ic are reported S. There was but one ballot for U. Illinois led the other Northern in tho Woodford Sun. them to be at Washington and that is Senator yesterday, with only 100 memlyncb-ing- a, StateB last year in the number of James II. Young, one of Adair coun their place to be. Instead they have bers prfsent. Hunter received 48, Blackof thesa States and it was tho firet been at Frankfort for nearly two months ty's thrifty farmers and traders, cleared 49. ecattering 9; necessary to a to have a lynching this year. log rolling to be elected Senator, though burn $2,800 on mules recently Bold In tl o 54. A vacant lot 53 by 157 feet at the a majority of the party of each has re- choice South. Columbia Spectator. Funeral Director and Embalmcr and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in corner ol Broadway and Liberty streets pudiated them. Dr. Hunter lost another Pat Dunn, of Chicago, has bought LAW MAKIHO AT FRANKFORT. or Undertakers' Supplies. York City brought $1,300,000 get in New by Imp. vote Saturday, but Blackburn did not Cliff Porter's be The rads have been bluffed. They or about $H4 a square foot. it and it looks like neither will ever Keeps constantly on had a Full and Complete Line of Shelby county, Whistle Jacket, for $0,000. This is a unseat any democrat. -L- ucienHawklns.of highly bred colt, heavily engaged in rich able to read his title clear to the coveted are afraid to United States shot and killed Police uincer nenry The 23rd ballot for seat. A new man, who can easily be a Frankfort, and waa mmseii stakes. . be substituted and Senator at Frankfort resulted: Hunter, Rmwn. at Strayed oh Stolen One red sow better man, should killed by Officer Will Gordon. Legislature get down 5$ Blackburn, 51; scattering, 9. sow and five shoats. Any Also Burial Robes and Suits in Broad Cloth, Satin, Cassimcrs, Casand one black elected and let the ri.ariBa IIrvIb is in jail atClarksville, Caalisle ia said to be prerecovery to work. pouring coal oil on information leading to their ket Hardware, all of which I will sell at the Lowest Prices. paring his answer to the democrats who Tenn., charged with E P. received. will be thankfully Passaic, N. Y., the Bin of A. O. ask him to intercede with the sound Robert Knight and applying a niaicn. Woods, Stanford. At Embalming and proper care of the dead a specialty. The man was fearfully burned. Rahe.a prominent yoqng married man, money democrats for Blackburn. Matt Martin sold to Win. Kenney GO Coin-mThe House passed a bill to prohibit was revealed in horrid consequence. His The Uoueo at Washington, in hogs, avernuing 200 pounds at 4c and E. on a visit and he Induced quail, pheasant and dove hunting for thfi Wliole. refused to concur In L. Davis sold to J. E Clay, of Bourbon, nf wife went off Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. pretty Minnie Edson to come to bis two years and changing the bunting sea- the Senate free coinage substitute for the GO cattle, feeders, weighing 1,050 pounds, house and spend the night with him. son after the expiration of the two yeara. Bond bill. The vote waa bu io iwu. at 3 80 Midway Clipper. Senator Lay presented a bill approAt 2 o'clock be awoke with a suffocating The auditorium for tho republican The Central Christian church of Lex feeling and ruBhed to tho window.which priating JGO.OOO to the Kentucky Insti- National canventlon at St. LouiB will he iugton, Rev. I. J. Spencer, pastor, has a he threw open. The cold air revived tute for deaf mutes, to be used for erec- erected in the chy hall park, will seat membership of 1,130, a gain of 18 the him and he Bought bia companion in Bin, tion of new buildings and enlargment of 12,000 people and will cost SOU.WXJ. Dast year. The Broadway Christian to find her cold in death. The gas atove old ones. is now stated that the amount of church, Rov. Mark Collis, pastor, 1,171 It Seeding time is nowjright at handj'wejhave a large stock of Gov. Bradley Bent to tha Senate the had leaked and she had been killed by paper put out by past year. one, disgrace to names of Dr. Porter Prather and Dr. O. forged commercial Co., may run the to- members, a gain of 153 the the fames. Death to Bartley, Johnson & Congressman Clardy offered an the other and families broken, are some D. Mansfield to be second and third as- tal liabilities of the firm to $1,000,000. amendment to tho agricultural appropri of the wages that result from the sin that sistant physicians, respectively, at the Gov. Bradley has assured Sheriff ation bill by which he seeks tohavu toEastern asylum. continues to brina curees and ruin. of Campbell county, that the bacco placed on tho same footing as othMr. Rice offered a bill to punish ly- Piummer, Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. Wc handle been purare at his disposal to pre- er farm products. He said that owing to Tim Richmond Register has ing correspondentB. It makes it a felony State troops nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine Walldiscriminating laws tobacco planters can chased by Charles F. White, a capitalist, for any person to willfully transmit to vent the lynching ol Jackson and our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting and favorite, Clarence any manager, editor or reporter of any ing. now sell only in the open markets of and our old friend short and wc arc offering special inducements to close out a nicer line inThree thousand people attended the England and Germany. E. Woods, will be the editor, which " paper, any falsehood. Surreys. m funeral at Troy, N. Y., of "Bat" Shea, The Winchester Domocrat Bays: of Buggies and its continuance aa one of the very sures The House passed tho bill reducing for murder and "This baa been an ideal winter for'eurly country weeklleB. executed Vur. if not the beat, of salary o&the attorney general to $3, who waa $500 worth of Iambs. A very large per cent, of the R. Lee Davis, the W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Dnr abolishing the'ofiice of Btrewed his grave with and also one newspaper man, wm 500 giving birth to twins, and tho i ewea are natural born roolator nf thn land office. Good. NOW flowere. Emlle DavlB waa hanged at Linn, losses are phenomenally small. There ia be local editor. A typesetting machine let the Senate follow euit. for the murder of Frank Hender- moro new grass than usual for this time anrl nther modern equipments will be Tho House didn't take to Gov. Brad' Mo., already fine facility We , hlB Bister's sweetheart, in January, of year, and the little fellow a are growadded to its ,fl auti.lyncll bUl. makiuR countiea fn son, fallen the paper 1894, by administering strychnine in a ing nicoly." are glad indeed that BYwhich lynchings occur liable for $2,500 to whisky. His parenta refused worthy hands and hope It will into such ol the lyncneu, anu drink of tho representatives the body. prove a gold mine to all connected vritli refused it a second reading. DON'T FORGET THAT J. J. Mott, chairman of tho National it. Judge Walker, of Garrard, asks the z allver party, has committee of tho Tub LouisvUte Times took another The Times to say that he authorized no which THE FAVORITE MILLS, an address to the people,-iFri- instructions and Beeras to think he : step in advance newspaper printing tho 10 to 1 ratfo was AT McKINNEY, KY., in blue Ink. knows how ho wants to vote without he maintains that day by presenting a page ordained of God. The blasphemous Bon Havejuit been overhauled and repaired from bot InseitshavB been bo sent out, but the any information from any ono. torn to top br tho fjmout Richmond City Mil a , and with capacity Tho State inspector Bueeests that a of a gun. TimeB is the first oowspaper to print ageu ;v, com- Worki, of Richmond, lud now increased, are dome more and better work Philip William kocd, And Funeral Ditector. different ink on the same prees, per capita reduction of $12 50 be made before, and with the old reliable U V. than ever page in mitted snicide at the Normandy Hotel, Koaoedy as head miller, you are sure of good Bame time and place it in its for lunatics. The State now allows $150 at the rata. Hour and fair treatment, lie suie and bring us Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, in Louiaville, by taking rough on Bridles, Buggy. Robes, your grinding and when buying call tor our old proper place in tba fold. The mechanical a year for each inmate. Jlepreseutative a note, saying that no had been and wall established brands. Favorite Patent, LaHorse 'Blankets, Whips, &c. office are" such though White has already introduced a bill to He left Choice. facilities of the ..,-- L.natA nri asking bia father to dies' Favorite and Uakers' BATES & SON, Squire, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e that we are surpriaed at nothing it sends make a general per capita reduction of give small auras to certain friends. Successor to K. L. Tanner & Favorite Millisg Co. - tii.o .Unroof justice In the ac Owiro to a too specific charge of what probably could Hot be proved, such as that Jackson killed Miss Pearl Bry-awhile Walling held her, Judge Helm nr.?or.i thn Brand iurv to find another Indictment and that delayed the process of requisition for these inhuman uenus, around whose neck the colls of rope are dally tightening. Gov. Bradley has issued a demand on Gov. Bushnell, of Ohio, for the prisoners, but every legal effort will be made to Btay his action. The murderers do riot want to come to Kontuckyandmostof people see where they are right. Such crimeB as that of which they seem guilty are sure enough of punishment by our courts, oven if Judgo Lynch does not take the case in his hands. o, While keatacky will not welcome Aa income tax bill h before the a tax of 1 per ceat on Jaeksoa and Walling "with bloody hands Hoaae. , It places all iacomea of 12,000 aad lees than $10,- - to iahoepltable Braves," a Uampoeii 000; of $10,000 and less tbaa $30,000, 1) couatv larv will no doubt see to it that per cent, and 2 per cent oa all sums m they will get a grave somowhere. Gov excess of $20,000. The penalty lor a lag'toa Commonwealth. Oaramittee No. 1, has Informed confailure to report isafiae of $1,000 aad $60 a day from Oct. 1 until the report is testants Danny and Hopkins, who want the seats of Congressmen OwenB and made. 's staff Kendall, that their cases will not he takThe Chicago thus sizes up en up until some time in March, and correspondent at Frankfort "iho ses possible not before April. the work of tho legislature: Mrs. Sarah Ann Laughlln and her half over -- It will end by statu sion is tory limitation March 17 and the sum niece, May Jones, were murdered and total of tho legislative work in- the Inter- their bodies cremated by the house Ono which they occupied In Bracken county est of the CommonweaUh'is this: dispensed with, and the being burned. Robert Laujthlin, naeo has been ol one of the victims, tells a etory cost of ico for the Capitol water coolers Baved to the people by legisla- of his adventure with two men from has been whom he escaped after his throat was tive action. to cut, leaving thorn iu theJiousu, but ho is Gov. Bradley is said to be profano NEWSY NOTES. suspected of thn crime. to those a degree that !b disgusting brought in contact with him. . Even iu W. E. Wilkerson, jailer of Fayette FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ordinary business conversations, neany is dead, aged 78. The get of Brown Hal won $13,000 every sentence is emphasized with an The populists of Indiana bave nomiand when dealing witn unpleasant nated "Fog Horn" Kelley for governor. last year. oath, The Uamllns have 570 horses at Vilsubjects his blasphemy curls the hair of Thomas Uaynee, of Laporte, Ind., iemucuau' fell from hlB horse and broke his neck. lage Farm. the Leslie Combs' farm of GO i acres in This does Gov. Bradley great injustice. Forty people were drowned by the bitn for 20 years and if capsizing of a steamboat in Queensland. Fayette sold at $75. Wo have known Fidol with a pacing record of 2:04J we ever heard him Bwear we do not reThe men charged with the lynching diod at Waterloo, Ia. He does not claim to be a saint, of Traughber In Logan county were member. P. P. Nunnelley fold to O. T. Bohon nor is he A hypocrite, but we can and do acquit him of the ctiarge sdovb, wuivu suow ine iuoa uy a yearling mule for $55. Latest estimates Times-Heraldbus-bnn- d liBtentr.-Hopkinsvilie S TO VISIT US f Is to Economize both time and money. Our efforts arc to make shopping less irksome, prices low ehougji to attract the most discreet buyers, Hamburgs, Cotton and Sheeting. LADIES' UNDERWEAR SHIRTS I SHOES. uia-tric- Two-thib- CITJQOTGr. DON'T FATT to HEAD THIS. i40 dem-ocrat- ic THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAOTTOIUD, I . nc S7, M 5. House Need Paint, Paper, ?- HAVE EVERYTHING NEEDFUL 2j-ho- PENNY'S DRUG STORE. W.W. WITHERS, two-year-ol- d, Cloth and Wood Caskets and Coffins. i. W. W. WITHERS, LOOK HERE I Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c. mnaaiBaiBBBaBBBBiaaBBiiBBBBiiBBBaaaBBBafcJB B. K. WJDAREXT. m. UNDERTAKING -- ! - J, C, OTCHLAirr. ' Practical Trimmer, Emhalmer , i out. $15. a-k r t q?. 1 - . IP- 1fi&- - . Alokzo 8kiomohe, who was fined $50 at the last term of the circuit court for Razors guaranteed. W. H. Wearen furnishing a minor lienor, wss brought &Co. in Saturday by Deputy Sheriu M. G. 18, 1890 A Ktw wire fence at Ulggins fc Mc Reynolds and lodged iu jail to 'lay it Kinney's, Stop and seet it. out. l Danks fits spectacles. f V y '. Btanfobo, Ky., Fehmmry 4 A I car loads of good OincuiT court will convene next Monwhich I offer cheap for cash. A. day. There are no important cases on boxing Wk are temporarily without a watch C. Sine. the docxet bovo that of Marshal Ellis for repairer, but during his absence your Coal sold for cash or exchanged for all the killing of young Murphy at Junction repair work will be Bent to the city, tbor oughly and accurately done and returned kinds of grain and feed. J. H. Baugh-ma- n City, wtiich is by change of venue from Boyle. to you without any extra chargo. Pen & Co. nyra Drug And Jewolry Btoro. School. .Vies Georgia Lewis, whohaa U. C. Rui'lby is receiving a very o been on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. V. H. lino of Spring suitings. Call in PERSOHAi POINTS. Higxins, will begin a school at Mt. Xeniu, and got first pick. March 'Al. This will make her Oth term 9 Mim Julia ifinatNshna gone to I iiavb a lot ol BrtiHsel and IngrHin there, which shows how highly nho is to visit frienila. carpet samples. They make beautiful held in the estimation of the patrons, Mfifl. A. V. Hizimohb lms about recovrugs. II. J. McRobertH. ered from a month'a illness. treat ia spending a few days with Jack Rout Will Biirwkk is back at Dauvillo and goA litkra hy Opera is promised all who to Walton's House, Wednesday friends and relatives in Gnrard. ssysho wsh neither shot nor shot at. night. Prof. King is master of his proMb. Bkvbrly 0. Kout leaves Thontory H9 never given much crefession of elocution and will entertain iu for Rolling Homo, Mo., to reside. dence here. . an inimitable way with selections from week Mr. A.G.,Eabti.am upent last Two houses at Lebanon were burned, tho best of authors. You can't afford to In Lexington working insurance. . Jambs Roy, of Klngsvlllo, is at the in one of which Capt. Frank Harris and stay a way. family lived, and his Iom on furniture is 16th. Wlllc.nl. Courier-JournTho beautiful days were followed by a Miss Ookiv Saunders, of Louisville, is considerable. enow storm Sunday and tho coldest wave the guest of Mils Sallie Dudderar. Bank Stock.-- J. H. Baughman sold 18 of the season. The mercury was down Mish Ltzzis Thompson, of Lancaster, Bharea of Farmers Bank & Trust Co's to 12 to 10 accordiug to locality and has been the until of Mies Maggie slock to James P Lee, six to 8. P. 8tagg water pipes were frozen and bursting alt Bright. over town. "Fair und warmer and four to T. J. Foster, all at f 107 GO. Miss Fkarl Uuiinsidk Is visiting Missand Tuesday" read yesterday's predices Bessie and Jennie Ilurusido In Upper Whims returning from Ilustonvillo a tion. Garrard. few nights ago tho horso driven by Mr. Thky say that Boas Davison is to have Misses Ellin Powkbb and Lena Yo tr- Harvey Helm and Miss Jessie Cook beoll, of Ilustonvillo, visited friends hero came frightened and turning suddenly, an organ here to boom him for Congress. last week. the vehicle was upset." Tho occupants God save the mark, but judging from Mwsrb. V. M. KiciUBDeoN, Kd Wad- WfclrtHhrown into a mud hole, but re- Saturday's Louisville Post, he has all the dle and Tilden Cook, of Danvillo, were ceived co injuries except to their clothes. organ tin needs in that paper, which though prufeeuedly democratic, seems to '' here Baals y. Tho buggy top was demolished. lean tu everything that is republican and MKPSRI,TCHlEiL.X)V8LiY and Odie Mr. Thomas W Goocii hasrenigned os BhjiRrisTof Lancaster attended the show constablo of tho Ilustonvillo district, and here Saturday night. Kicks-Ito Dxath. Iho dead body of will leave the 1st of March for St. Louie, Mas. W, L. Kvaks and son spent Wm. Asbury, aged CO, was found in the with her mother, Mrs. l'riseie where he will go into the hardware busi- stable of Winter Wright, near Huston-villness. He hits made a good ofllcur and Drye, at Hustonvlllo. Friday with the brains oozing out his constituents give him up with relucMms CkttikTiiurmom), of Stanford, is of a hole In tno head, caused doubtless hero for a visit to hrr sister, Mrs. J. D. tance. J. Wesley Bailey whs appointed to fill tho vficancv and he has qualified. by a kick from a horse. Asbury was a Jones. rinevllle Cor. Herald. s weak minded, harmless individual and Mite. J. 8. Fish, of Crab Orchard, Prok. Byron W. Kino, of King's the suggestion of foul play has few supspent several days here with Mrs. Dr. J. School of Elocution, Pittsburg, will de- porters. G. Carpeuter and Mr. I von Fish. 1 1 light our people at Walton's Opera Hknhy Burton, who was shot by Con Mas. J. K. Patrick and pretty little Eugenia, of Jackson, arrived Saturday House next Wednesday night, H)th, with stable Gooch when he resisted arrest, his wonderful elocutionary and ventrilo-qua- l will soon be full of lead if on a visit to Capt. and Mrs. Thomas he keeps on. powers. Press and people are loud Oscar Singleton, another negro, got mad Richard. - Col. W. G. Wklcii has moved to the in his praise and we are sure all who with him the other night und put anothhesr him will got their money's worth, er load in him. Unfortunately offices ovor that of the superintendent of perhaps besides aid a good cause. Admission 50 the last charge tiku, the first did no ser county schools, where his clients will cents. ious damage. Singleton has gone into find him iu the future. Dr. W. B. McGluiin, whose first wife Jailkd. Constables T.J. Benedict and biding. i was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. 0. Thomas W. Gooch arrested and brought Yesterday Mr. li. J. JklcRoberts, who Fanis, was badly hurt at Lexington by a nore rruiay au uivens, one ol tlie ne- Is somewhat dafteince the arrival of an collision with a cart while riding u bicy- groes charged with resisting Mr. Gooch fct his bouse, sold a box to Mr. Sim cle, j ho attempted to arrest Henry Bur- heir when Wortbam for 10c. The purchaser took it VLvi, Aliiiht Millrr, of Crawfords-vllle- f ton at McKinney during Christmas for a Ind., who has been on a visit to breach of the peace. Givnns caught hold home to use for kindling, when he found 21 hats in it. Of course he returned her sister, Mrs. G. 0. Givcns, returned of andield W. M. Dodds, one of Gooch's to Mr. McRoberts, who might not posse and since then has been In hid- them to her mother's at Paris Saturday. havo fared bo well had not the purchaser was taken much ing. Mks. J. 8. Blbipok been an honest man. worse Sunday night and it is feared now Huht. John Durham, a brakeraan, that she can not lecover. Mrs. II. I). was badly hurt Friday night iu the tun Tub trial of Jordon at Harrodsburg for Gregory and Blodsoo Bailey, of Grayson, uel Just this side of Mt. Vernon. He the murder of Milton Young 10 years were telegraphed for and they were to was Btanding on a box car when the train ago ended Saturday night by the failure have arrived last night. went into the tuunel and it is thought of the jury to agree, they being dischargJamks H. Burton will leave this morn- that his head st'tick a projecting rock. ed, standing six for manslaughter, five ing for Mongomery, Ala , to take a posi- He was knocked down, but fortunately for acquittal and one for murder. Judge tion in the L. & N. otllce under 6upt. J. did not fall from the car; A fearful gash Saufiey ordered thosherlu" to summon a I. McKlnnoy. He gets the plncu form wrb cut in his head. Mr. D.'s home in at venire of 70 men, ond, beginning toerly held by A. A. McKinnoy, Jr , who Sholby City and tie ia s brother of Con- day, tho whole proceedings will be gone has been promoted to a better one. over. At his habeas corpus trial for bail Ben Durham. ductor Tiik Richmond Register thus mentions three weeks ago Jordan swore that he Thx Richmond Register broke the ro had no complicity iu the murder, but at the visit of our poet laureate merchant. Mr. Will II. Shanks, whose aenthetic cord Friday by reaching here at 1:15 i this trial admitted that he had perjured tastes and literary turn of mind entitle st when until recently it always came himself, and that he fired the fatal shot, him to be called the Douglas Sherley, of Saturday mornings. The Register ia one but in Stanford, was here Tuesday to see one of of our most prized'exchanges and it can Richmond's handsome blondes. never come too quickly. Since R. Lee Now maidens fair and not bo fair, List while Mrs. Jamii Dunn, of Danville, who Davis has become editor of it wo feel TIib names ofwe tell to you those from which to pick 13 more Interest in it than ever and are has taken tho Intkhiou Journal for A husband fond and true. years, and says oho values it highly, proud that our late countyman succeeds There's Warren Hocker, gallant knight, writes that for several weeks tho paper S3 admirably in keeping tho paper up to He aadly needs a wifo, has been a day or two late reaching her its high Btnmiard. So pop the question to him quick auu iijuko dim giau lor Hie. town. It is not the fault of this ofllce Eva mi Mr. J. II. McAlister, who has nor Postmaster Rout, and we will find And Wallace Withers, the furnituro man, been with his falBter, Mrs. J. Owsley That beautiful strawberry blonde, out where the carelessness is. siiicu her husband's death, tells uB Is ready now and all the time To mako you a husband fond. that Mr. Evans left no will. Ho carried CITY AND VICINITY. 55,000 policy on his life, $3,000 in tho Jim Saunders too is on tho list, SrxcrACLss fitted by Danks. Though cever and so Binnrt, Mutual Benefit and f.'.OOO in the N. Y. Mutual. It was his custom to take out You've ouly to look rigtit sweet at him ForSalk. My house and lot. Mrs To win his ubuio and heart. an accident policy when he went from Wm. Geer. If parsdu vou ore bent on winning home but failed to do bo this time. Ho There's Rev. Sanford Logan, WniTBSeed oats for sale. J. II. Baugh- - leaves somo property and a farm, but , He's worth your time and efforts too, & Co. mau the title of tho home place is in his wife's Now dinna ye hear the slogan. name. Her health is very bad, but eho Or if n lawyer you butwould havo Wantkd. Fresh, yellow country is doing reneonably well under the And care little for the church, ter. Warren & Shanks. We'll have to introduce to you straiu. Our young friend, William Burch. Sbb those new silk eflects in wool "Tho Wild Goose Chase" proved a Then there's George McRoborfe, the plaids at i!o. Severance it Son. most amusing extravaganza and judging pharmacist, And Rowan Saufiey, the printer, House with live roomB in Miller addi- from tho demonstrations of tho audionco was greatly enjoyed. Charles Hasty as But if you can catch either of them Apply to W. A. Tribbie. tion for rent. ' You'll havo to be a sprinter. the "Widow O'Brien" proved himself a for Olobinu out stock. Getting ready capital commedian. In fact the entire Next comes Jess Wearen, clever boy, He is jolly and he's fat, spring goods. Buy bargains from Danks. company was good, each seeming to fit He'll always keep your house insured Now pray remember that. YahmoutiI corn 10c, tomatoes 5c, roll- his pnrt admirably and to get all the fun out of it possible. Considering the fine Forjiandsome ed oats 5c per box, etc. W. H. Wearen looks and kingly raein, weather and Uio character of tho show, Now all of you give ear, & Co. the crowd was not as large as it should While we present Will Sheridan, Tbn cent ink tablets for six cents or have been. Our people seem to havo let The Apollo Belvedere. two for 10 cents. Best iu town. Craig up on show going and wo shall give them Should a sherifl your longing AIL" & Hocker. Dick Nowland's the boy for you, a rest for a month or so. For in fee bills and taxes Bud claims you if you want goods Wk can please He's rich as tho old fabled Jew. At aboutmidnight Saturday, Dr. J, K. to make a new wrapper. Come und see. VanArmlale and family were awnkoned " Of Beazley boys, two live in town, Severance & Son. by the barking of their dog and the docmo Jiuiery aim Jim, Soups, French Peae, tor got up to investigate. Ho took his Jack and Lige are hay seeds now, Assorted canned But all are neat and trim. MuBhroom8, Olives and wedding lunch shot gun along and when ho reached tho " porch ho8aw a man coming toward him. We have many more, but fcpace ia scarce at Warren & Shanks'. So we will Btop with these, He called to him to givo his name, but Skb new patterns iu'earpute at With- no respouse came and finally the doctor UntiPyou have had chance to pick, Or reject all, as you please. ers'. Wall paper, room mouldings and took aim. The mau, who afterward prov" to match. window Bhades ed to be Charley Stewart, tho colored MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. repairs to painter, just in the niche of time gave.his Takk your watch and clock In eight years 10,000 divorces have namo and no doubt savod his life by it. DankB'. Two men constantly at work at been granted in France. Charley had been indulging and had the bench. All work warrante'd. A mother and her three daughters ' lost, but Dr. VanArsdalo did not of Dr. J. F. Peyton know this of course and had the darkey were diyorced in one day recently in SaA. J. Eahp bought III., and it was not much of a day the vacant lot next to his residence, 48 not yelled out when he did be would lem, for divorces, either. baveundoubUbly been shot. feet front and 120 feet deep, for 1375. hand-somLex-ingtto-da- y al, E. C. Walton, Business Manager in m Just received seyeral iii Frank Warren, 15, and Miss 8alli Harris, 13, eloped from Elkhart, Ind., and were married. At a wedding at Duryea, Ph., a rejected suitor of the brido cut the throat Buy and Sell goods, but of bis successful rival. Robert Mullane, and Miss Sarah Obawk, popular young people of Somerset, ware married last week. Mr. W. K. Card well, Steward at the Loxington asylum, was married to Mrs Lou Ellis Griffin at Harrodsburg. -- Sam Harris, of Peru, Ind., sold tho Hold a customer when they get him. To sell is of course our aim family Bible for money with which to but in our effort to sell we don't forget to give the buy whisky, and now his wife is asking for a divorce. Squire William Perry, of Lynnvillof Toun., wa&the honored guest at the 50th anniversary of his daughter's wedding Monday last. He is 91 years of age. It didn't tako Mrs. Lizzlo Furguson, of Hopkinsvillp, long to find out that Shoddy goods and misrepresentation will tickle you when you buy nmrriagoiB a failure. She instituted but will make you tear your hair when the goods fade and wear out suit for divorce on tho third iky after her so soon. The country is full of both kinds of merchandise (shoddy $ nuptials. A Louisville judge granted seven and good); which will you take? Our aim is to keep divorces at one sitting in Louisville . Saturday. The Falls City will soon out do the Windy City in tho line, if misfit mar ! : : riagea and divorce decrees continue at this rate. After tho marriage of Masterson Dry Goods, Carpets and Shoes. Peyton, Esq , to Mies Sara Uinkle at Louisville, which was a very elaborate affair, they left for New Orleans to re main there during the Mardi Gras. Among the many handsome presents was a costly diamond pendant from the groom. Any Body Can v Any Body Can't XJ .til at Very Best Value Money Can Buy. 4 i ONLY THE BEST SEVERANCE & SON. NKW.A.DVEimSKJCK.VTH. ',a PTJBKCC SALE VT I I am still agent for the Old Reliable Tailoring Establishment of M ) ys e, I will offer lot iale to the highest bidder at ray residence one mile South of Hustonwlle on tho Midtllcburg pike on Thursday, Feb. 3- 27, 1896, They put better trimmings and in M o B OBN & stiffening in CJ m All my personal property, consntinr of Three Good Mares, One Good -) ear-ol- d Horse, a Colts, Mils Cows, yearling Steer, 1 Jeisey Heifer, Several head of Sheep and Hogs, 1 ahorse Wagon and Harccss, 1 Buggy and Harness, 1 arming Implements. 30 llarrtla of Corn, 50 shocks nf Fodder, lot ol Pouftry, Household and Kitchen Furniture, Ac. Terms Alliums under $10 cash in hand; over that amount 3 monins' tln.e on negotiable psper, parable at the Hustonville National Hank. TOM W. GOOCH. 100 a No t 1 their coats than any house the country, consequently the coats hold their shape. 0 Come and see the Spring Samples., H. J. McROBERTS. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. ira XTOTICE. Look at Your Policies. Policy No. 1,046 Mechanics and Traders Insurance Gonipany is unaccounted lor. Holder of issue will please deliver to me, same having been order ed cancelled. 93 D.W.VANDEVKER, G Stanford, Ky. 1NSURANCBMAN, M. W. JOSXTSOXT, Plow Gear, Wagon Harness, Collars, Collar Pads, liridles, Check Lines, &c, &c. Call and see our "Hi ' iii Who represents the Old Reliable Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Detroit, Mich., can write you all the moot favorable plans ol fnsur ance. He aiso represents the old reliable Central Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville. Ky., and will be glad to have a liberal share of your patronage. Will be leady to cooler all the favors that can be given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advance menu made on consignments, both in the warehouse and country. I will be at Stanford every court day. Parties wanting' hogsheads, prizes or money should address me at I'atnt Lick, Ky. Co 6m Prompt attention guaranteed. lYIetalic Sewed Collars They are the Best. 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This " New Catalogue" we will mail on receipt of a stamp, or to those who will state where they saw this advertisement, the Catalogue will be mailed Free I all nt k Scientific American Aoenoy Kra .'I ta 'fUUB 'sy .- -5 forA V MBiULlllMtillsssssVssssssS VA 'r,. mVUiKU irr-??6- i ror P.OYS7 ..mW .MmrCAVEAT. A tfBSSSSr SI BBSSSSS For mrormatlon and frco Handbook wrlto to MUNN & CO, b6l UnoaowAT, NRW Yobs:. Oldest bureau for security? patents in America. Every patent taken out by us Is brought before tho pubUo by a notice given frco otchargo In Uio TRADE MlRKg. DKSIGN PATENTS, COPYRIQHTS. to. JS8&sff&- - FRANK LESLIE'S PETER HENDERSON 35 37 Cortinnut St., & CO. Larcost circulation of any Kflcntlflo paper In tho world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent man should bo without It, fi.l.Otla CO,, yeart $IM six months. Addrem, Ml'NN Vudluiiuu, 301 liruadway, New York City, ' Vec-kl- OOPULAR Contains each Month : Original Water Color llluttru-tlon- s; .Matter! IOO New and hlRh-cla- ss More. Literary Matter and Illustraany other Magazine In America. tions than 23 cts. ; $3 a Year. ncwioii. r A MONTHLY in i; "KtMfa DO YOU WANT A Situation? MS, '&. T z fc. A - iii mm I'm aHlj. Jmyt9 ?'. JF . Frank Leslie's Pleasant Hours v; TABLER'SDII V DUCK FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. 'Wholesome, Juvenllo Monthly. Fully Illustrated. Tho best writers for young pooplo contribute to It. 10 cts. : $l a. year. EYES I UU nricht, SEBD ALL SCISCRIPTIOnS to Prof. Salts, for 1 Tears Principal or ths COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY AmtrdcJ 3Mat lu WorM's Krpotitloa (inok-liMiir- !IS3BsESaB.felMBHBSWflBM4HBMBBBSSSSBKHSSHHitaMBS OINTMENT CURES A W. P. WALTON Stanford, Ky., WHO MAKES j got-to- n anil tlenrraj Vr .Vatcris of Fduratloti, lc. tost to complete Until r Conmn nlKint i. Including tuition, books lliultiosj NOTHING BUT PILES' and board. PlioiuiKruphy, TjleMrllliar and Toleirrniihjr taught M,t successful graduates Sft Vorsstloss. limin bunks and I") oftlciaU. KXTKIl NOW. Kenturky I'nUerslty Ulploma our arnduatrs, msr Attltiaiiet eirrn our awarded OT.ift.1,.. Ihl ..IVItff. .lfM.flfl.1 l order tint iOMr Utltrt runy rtath thu Collegt lart thit nnlee and aitdrtn ai Mow,. WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY known for 10 years as the BEST REMEDY for PILES, PritsriltrBICHAirCOinSED SURE and CERTAIN CURE Undoubtedly the Best Club Offers er SOLD KY ALL lsKUOOISTH. CO.. CT. 10713. tr Btnd ta Frank oricwji'uti Lull' ruMWilns . foue, .,.. ( .V.F, ft T -. 2 M. .y .., i.. !) 'J""!"1 H u are charged with vnnprancy You never do anything but bog, said jpubllBhed Every Tuesday and Frldaj a New York justico to it shabby-lookinAT prisoner. PER YKAB IN" ADVANOK Tramp You do mo groat Injustice, 53 your honorl I steal every chance I jarWhen not aopaid 83.60 will be charged.get, and I gamble, too, occasionally. Judge I beg your pardon. I had no K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. idea you were so respectable. I hope Stanford t 7:1$ a. m., oturnlttir Train leavo 3 ou will excuse me. lam very sorry. a- t 4:3 Tramp Well, you needn't carry tho tiling too iar, judge. I don't claim to L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. . 11 s;p m bo an alderman. Texas Sittings. Wd.M.TraIn going North MYou g P- s n Semi-Week- ly Interior Journh Not Quito That Had. SCIENCE ANt. HBOdiRESS. Remains of Extinct AnlnmU Entirely Nctt to Science TJ&tnrthcil In Australia. - , H0.0 W. S, " suth " a m ,.ia 04 p m .. 3 ,. x S is pa P QUEEN & CRESCENT. Trains pass Junction City i follows: 11 37 a m No a North No. , South t .i m j.06 a ra " 4 . ,.3-- 5 " 5 .9 her " . u,. ito pmm " 8.40 .- -J - A ami '10 m 6 thin Junction City, nor on feunday. ind .1.46 p m " ..3.15 a m " .6.00 a m in run no fur- - Ills Reason. Dime Museum Manager (to his lecturer) Confound It, Windbngger.whut possessed you to pick a qunrrol with tho living skeleton and pound tho poor fellow as you did? Lecturer Well, I'll tell you, colonel; I used to bo in the minstrel business, and nn uncontrollable impulse came over me to rattle the bones once more. "Ono of "the Btiangest giant ancestors whoso representatives todny belong to tho smaller races of animals has beou recently discovered1!!! Australia. Among the queer dentures that exist in that queer country is 01:0 called n wctultt, without doubt tho fuuaict, fnrricf, fattest littlo 8inuni in tho ul..!' world. It is a great deal like n very Bucklln'd Arnica Salv The bett salve in the world for cuts, brujness youug baby bear, but is much nioro d sores tetter, amiable. It is very easily tamed. In sates, ulcers, salt rheum, feer all skin eruptions. hands, chilblains, corns and or no pay repuired. It It fact, it might almost bo said never to Jit positively cures piles, luarantccd to jive perlect satisfaction or money For sale by chsp-pe- A dispatch from Jersey City, N. J , saya that Scott Jackson, under indict-foufor the murder o! Pearl Bryan ia the youn man who turned Stato'n evidence against his accomplice, Alexander Lett, who la in prison for embezzling 123,000 from the Pennsylvania railroad, while assistant auditor. He and Jackson started a saloon thero with tho Btolen anoney and gambled on horse rnree nt BIG LINE OF- - PLOW GEAR, ' . HARNESS, SADDLERY, &c. All Kinds and at Lowest Prices. ITTXKIsrilCsrGr Call and sec them. PLOWS, , H1.UK ASS IIHKD OP refunded. Price 5 cents per box W. II. McRoberts, druggist. C?V FARRIS & HARDIN. rilK Harper's Bazar. With these bacilli In a kiss, With caution raro. thov say, Sho kept a spray of mistletoe To shoo the norms away. Washington Star. NKEDKD INVOIiaiATION. rnulrnre. mMm. teP3 bo gave him a t$ cent bottle ol Chamberlain t Cough Remedy, says W. P. Molden, morch4iit and postmaster at West Biimfield, and the next time I Trls saw iluihes.itdltwored like a charm. remedy is intended especially for acute throat and dlseai es such as colds, croup and whooping Intif There Is no cough, and is lamout for Its cures dinner In giving tt to children lor It contains nothltg Injurious. For sale by Craig A ltotker, Stanford, Ky. land, Mass , luda very bad cold and cough whicr. . ho had not been able to cure with any thins-- J Thelitt'c daughter ot Mr Fred Webber, Hoi Duroc Jersey Red Swine tjBJ.yBg lireeders secured from tn beat R. H. Bronnugh, Pror, Grab Orchard, - - Kentucky. Plg for sal wild, nud when tnuictloeenis to make it tho whole object of its cxibtcuco to bo PI j A TRULY GREAT GltASDSIRK. l'eopln arc crowing more and more In the habit Stock. of looVicir to Craig & Mocker for tho latest and hr.t nf evervthlnir in the dme line. Thcr sell Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, futious lor Its curvs of bad iolds, croup and whooping couh. When In need ol such a medicine give tms lem edy a trial and you will be more than pleased with the result. Tor sale by Craig A lloeker, Stanford, Ky, ht rds la several different Slates. from the best types of Kegiitersj Correspondence Solicited H. C. RUPLEY, AW POWDER Absolutely Pure.7 der. Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. 100 Wall Street, New York. ''(jSutv pow- &u3W A cream of tartar baking koyal:baking powdee 00., BARKER HOUSE, J. F. BARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky. Rates TWO DOLLARS Per Dav. Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large Sample Rooms. ' Halls and office connected by Electric Belli. Prompt and polite sen ice to guests. 47 Stranger (under tho influence) Say, eon you toll mo where tho sidewalk is? I'm a stranger here. Pliegeude Bluet-te- r. Twlxt a woman and a folding-beResemblance strong wo seo: When each shuts up be It softly said Tin unexpectedly. d cuddled and petted, to sleep in people's Threw Away His Cane. laps and to carried nbont by children. Illack Creek, N. Mr. D. Wiley, was If it is put down, it rears up 011 its lit- Y., was so badly afflicted with rheumatism that ouly tlo hind legs, puts its fore paws on your he en then It able to hobble around with canes, and Ii Koceinuff Hii earned him great pain Alter usini knees and dumbly bosceches to be taken Chamberlain's Pain Hatm ha was so much Impiovl this hia up, thrusting its mnzzla (nto ed that he threw away goodcane. allHe says mediother than liniment did him more your hands like a child and making lit- cines and treatment put together For sate at .5 and 50 cents per bottle by Craig & tlo leaps upon its feet. It has a queer Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Guaranterd. Give me call. way of turning in its toes when it Hocker,Htantord Ky. walks, and the bottoms of its flat feet A Household Treasure. aro quito bare. It has whiskers liko a D.W. Fuller, of Canalohane.N. V, says that v. Discovery cat, only they nromnch thicker audmoro he always keeys lit. King's New oe wunoui Ini.the If uousfc ana His lamiiy vrouiu not numerous. rocurable. G. A Inkrman Druggist, Caltkill HERNDON-CARTE- R is Dr King's says "Just imagine this roily poly pet of undoubtedly that best C'uugu New Discoveryhat ly; that he , INCORPORATED. 7 the a croaturo had a great, great grandfa- ued it In his lamiiy for eight eas, and it has ny We luindlc every thing on commission, nml do the Inrgcst business, having more r eve. failed to do eli thai is ciaimoi lor ther that verily deserves to bo called not try a rtnedyso loin tried and tested. Trial buyers than other houses. Careful, prompt, and honest dealing is the secret of any number of times great, for ho was liottle Iree at W. II. McKobcrts' Drug Store. our success. Correspondence invited. Price currents mailed free. really and truly larger than a ihiuoee-ros- . Regular ste 50c and $1 313-31- 0 Murrell Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, XY. Hero is n picture of the head of ouo Did You Ever. of thot'o iniineuso creatines, and nlso fur your trou Try that of a littlo girl 12 years old in ac- bles Ktectnc Hitters as t remedyand get relief A. S. If not, get a bottle now curate comparative proportion, so that Thlt mrrlleiue has been found to be ceculiarlr Surgeon .......1'ropiletors o(..,.. you can seo tho present dreadful falling ad pled to the relief and cure of all Kemal. Com plaints, (xcrung a wunuefimuircci intiacinc m Dentist, nwny in point of si?o in tho wombat Kivinp strength and tone to the orgaps If you .'Moxaxixvi jot-black -- THE MERGHANT TAILOJN-- jj SPllMNCr ATO SUMMER f - SHIP YOUR PRODUCE to C CO. 11 PRICK, family." More Slander. tad Commodious Chicago Record. M.S. Baochman. J. W. lUUCHHAK .M.S.&J.W.Baughman, TROfRlKTORS IIo "Was Astonished. "Ynu know," said tho lady whcyvitU. sincere aruor ucsires oniy me Dcanor tho human race, "that a dog will not; IXVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE, Stanford, - - Kentucky. Srtt-cla- touch whisky?" Col. Kyahtcr passed his hand over his brow in a troubled way, anil said: "Madam, do you mean to tell me that anybody was evah guilty of such outrageous extravagance as to offah whisky to a dog?" Washington Star. In for a Trade. sell you a vaso ?" If yon need livery give ua a call. Nothing out turnouts will leave our stable. See us far rates. In our ss BLACKSMITH s work Wlllguaraatm ttncoa Tiy our hor.e sheer. first-clas- John 13. Castleman. ROYAL Insurance MANAGERS, in"Can I quired a china merchant at tho door of SHOP. a house where a big row wo) in progand tatlsfactor ress. "No, you can't," snapped the woman of the house, "unless you want to trade A. O. Lanhac for a family jar four times a big as your vase." Detroit Free Treea. Not Her Class. Mandy Ann Yo' got to Company mahogany ladies' rockers fur $1.57. n Say, 'Raatus, do furniture store is odvuttlsln Way-dow- OF LIVERPOOL. BAKBEE &CASTLEMAK Commerce "ST. 'Vastus Git you one nuflin'. You ain't no mahogany lady; you'd ebony. Indianapolis Journal. Heartrending. git me one. In explanation of this call upon tho reader's imagination, a writer in Popular Science Nows telte that tho bones of this great wombat, now iu U) Adelaide ninsenm in youth Austral;;,, trcro found nt a place called Lake Mulligan, a dismal spot. Tho so called lake is no lake nt all, except after very heavy rains. It is nt all other times a plain of black mud, over which lies liko wiow au in cruhtntion of salt, a .treacherous covering through which ono is apt to break and sink forever ont of sight in the mire beneath. Tho country surrounding it is a vast stony deport void of life. Hero sandstorma occur torriblo to think of, and tho midday heat is liko that of n furnace, 111 degrees as our thermometer register toniporuturo in tho shade. Yet hero bund of dovoted men have been hard at work for months at a time, and many now discoveries of groat Importance havo been and aro being made of animals that lived many thousands of years ago. Gigantic kangaroos and bo romeina of enormous birds aro being found. Tho scientific men in chaxKQ of tho work think tho place tho groutodt discovery of tiro kind in tho century. Moro than 100 different oxtiuct birds and mammals entirely now to soienco havo already been represented in tho boncfl found here. 11 l.ave Lots ol Appetite, Constipation, Headache. "3--y -I alntmg 'pells, or are Nervous. Sleeple... Kscit-ablMelancholy or troubled with I) nv Spells, Electric Dinars is trie medicine you need. Health and Strength' are guaranteed by its use. Only Office over McRouerts l'r'ig Stori in the Owsley llulldinit jo cents a bottle at A R. Penny's Drug Store. e. Stanford, Ky. 'tssak ? P GEO. B. COOPER, Livery and Feed Stable, KY. STANFORD, FIRST-CLAS- Having bought of P W. Green his Llrerv business and added now buggies and horse., v. art prepared to furnish S Sometimes the irost careful women ar. the most careless. Many a woman bundles herself up to keep out sickness, when aha js neglecting the verv worst sickness that cau come to a woman. She allows a slight disorder to become worse, to slowly sap her vitality The little palu and tho other slight indications cf trouble seem to her unimportant She emaon, with increasing suffering, until life Itself . ecomes a drsg. Nervousness, "sink. ug spells." digestive 'disturbances and fifty other complications insy arise from the derangement of the organ distinctly f.ralniae Over thirty years ago the need ol a reliable remedy for the "lemale complaints" was recogntxed by I'r IU V. I'Irrce tnen as now, cniei consuiuug pnysicun to the World's Dlspeneary and Invatlds' Hotel, at l.'uflalo, N. Y He prepared Dr Pie rce'a Favorite Prescription, the most wonderfully effective remedy that has ever been used for such maladies. .. stamps and receive Snd 11 cents In Dr. Pierce's tocS page "Common Sense Medical Adviser," Illustrated. iu.i-k,i- iw TO THE 3LADISS I TURNOUTS New goods ol the latest styles just received. Call In and see the Isrgsst and best assorted line mer,' Wagon., cither single or double, or Carri ever brought to 3 untold Prices aa low as the aesof a (kinds a! very LOW PRICKS. Th. boys In and around town will alto And us the pro I lowest. pie to deal with. Slop with us when In town at Klegant line Linens and Fmbroidcry Material. courts and entertainments and your hortc and veMISSLICCIK liKAZLKV, hicle will be well cared for. Stanford, Ky G. II. COOPER S; Myers House Stable, (Stanford, Ky Ou short notice The traveling public will dad us always ready and willing to lurnfsh Drum- THE HILEY HOUSE F.B. RILEY. Proprlotor, London, - - - Kontucky, bills-prepsi- Coal, Coal, Coal.x He member we are the sirsd. yy celebrated .d Hotel and am I have moved to my t than ever to ac:oramodaie the puhPc Good Livery attached, and .very convonitnc ds Falls Give me a call. cxelualve agects for the Branch Jellico Goal, rRANK RII.KY. J. S. OWSLEY, JR., Is a candidsie for Ccng ess in this, the FIghlli District, subject to the act'im of the Democratic yarty. Splendid Farm For Sale Or Exchange. interest of everv Domestic Nut Coal. Prices the very lowest. We pa, tho cash at the mines, therefore ar. able to sell at the lowest price. Come and e us Good Coal makes red ashes , no cinders. NOEL A SON. Also that it will be to the to call and se. our clean J W McGI.NNIS J V. COOIC, Onpik) two miles East ol Uuitonvillc, Con In eta ge paint shop, In charge trimming shop, tains farmers Bank&Trnst Of STANFORD, KY., Is new fully organised and ready for business Co will THOMAS Y. SHAW, DANVILLE, KY., 140 Acres of Fine J.nnd, Builder and Dealer in All Kinds of Carriages. g a Specialty. Wnrk djnc and warrant-e- l to give satisfaction All work done when All accounts due when work firoroised Your patronage solicited. 00 Building, Louisville, 2, Agents throughout the South glycerine. -- Rural Clergyman (sympathetically) Tcrrble accident, terrible, wasn't it? Six men blown to atoms with nitroUndertaker (tearfully) Jleartrencl-ng- l Not enough left of them for a fuN. Y. Weekly. 'FOR SALE -- EXCHANGE Repal-ln- Well Improved and In an eacellent neighborhood Land lies well Will eschauge for a smaller or a cheaper place in this or an good county in the btate or would take a clean slock of groceries and haidware in part payment In some live town, or will sell for pan cash, balance In rise yeara tuna or longer if desired. For further particulars call on or address, It. D. KENNEDY. 153 im Ilustoovllte, Ky. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . iUCC-SSO- $200,000. 0,000. A. TBIBBL-.IF Local &cuv STANFORD, KY. VOU AREOOINO...... neral. riuuncliil Wayte IteuHons. m OB7HTHE. WEST, What made you change doctors? I thought Dr. 1'ellett was your family physician. Urownc So he was; but I never like to owe one doctor more than $100. Somerville Journal. Miss Home and Lot in Crab Orchard, Ky. Five rooms and kitchen, cellar, flower pit, stable and other outbuildings, all in Urst class repair; a well of never filling water all kinds of fruit trees and small Iruits. Lot contains about one acre. Will sell cheap or exchange for small farm inn good neighborhood. The place is rented for So4 to Mr. HughSeargent, who will show the place to any cne who desires to look at It For further information address I. H. STF.PHKNS, aoaN. Limestone bt., Lexington, Ky. P S Centrally located. STANFORD FEMALE : COLLEGE. J STANFORD. KV. WILLIAM SHELION, President. MRS. NANNIE S. SAUFLEY, Lady Principal. Miss Emma L. Manln, Pending Teacher in the e on the Page Fence See Huff Keep you Siudrllall; Dudderar.J L. Dtwson J II Ilnght, R.Cobb, Kd Carter, U Chancell r and others who hsve usMiss Mary Cowen, Principal ol the Music DeG. A PEYltlN.dtanfi rd, Ky ed It. partment; Au;ent for Lincoln icunty. 95 3m Miss Mary P. Harris. Principal of the Depart ments 01 Art and tlocution. SPRING AND SUMMER. Louisville 4 Nashvilic R. R. I the line for you, as its Double Daily Trains connection, at Make,'close One cannot HUST02C VILLE, KY., cross the street without a lot of horrid Is telling goods cheaper than ever. My Spring men staring at one. Maud Ethel They don't look more Goods are arriving every day and I do not hesitate that In than once, do they, dear? Cincinnati to say and ngnteveryto line the assortment is comup date in style, iiuality and Tasse Cattish.. Dear me! JAS. : FRYE, to THE LINCOLN NATIONAL UANK OF STANr'ORD, Now closing up) with Ih. .ami aisstaand undai ine same manag.iaent. Uy provisions of Its chatter, depositors are as fully protected aa aie depositors in Natloaal Banks, its shareholders being held Individually lole to the eatent of th. amount of th.ir stock therein at the par value Ihtreol, ia addition to tbs amount invested In such shsres. It may acta saecutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully M samdividual. To those who entruitsd their bulslness td na while mnaging the Lincoln National Dank ol btantord, wa we here lenderour many thanks and trust tbey will coutiuue to transact their business with us, oifrring as a guarantee for prompt attention to same, our twenty ycaia' ospcrionce ia banking and as liberal accommodations as are continent with sound banking. K J Something to Beautify the Ladies. Next Session will Begin Wednesday, January 22. Enquirer. No Slolglit-of-IIant- l, F.lther. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points. THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED For any information re Little Johnnie horn, pa? Isn't this a funny JJrown ics, my boy; and If you . lriKUUOH don't stop making that large noise you of will come out of tho small end of it. JOE S.IUCE. Agent, Stanford, Ky Judge. She Ky. Midland E'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort Shortest and quickest between Ask for tickeU via Kentucky Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Tune Table Nov. 3, 1B95. Only Dliect LiLe Between Frankfort, Georgetown and Parle, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthlana, Falmouth and Covington. lie Oh, yes, I'll come, but er I may bo late, Sketch. Chatterly fool's advice No Cliansrc. IS'ovv, supper after. We're having some music and a I hoje you can come nextThurs-da- A Prudent Acceptance. j. if you'll take a Dlatlnctlou, ut Least. "He was under the influence when ho did it." "Of drink?" "Xo;, of his wife." X. Y. World. TRAINS WKST. No. s. No. 4. No. to, No. 8. a. m. p. m. a m. p. m. JTranlmcas Itself. 600 4 4" Lvo Paria......C. ...... 9 05 Laura I heard some awful things " C. 8. Depot ....io 07 6 40 6 ') Georgetown U 10 to about you y. 7 7, 64 Hi Stamp's Gro'd 10 "Who's been telling lies about me?" - Klkhorn 10 4 7S 73 "No one." Town Topics. Arr Frankfort A... 1100 SUNDAYTRAINS. He Understood Her. Mrs. Gossippy About such tilings as Leave Georgetown 10 10 a. m; arrive Frankfort "leavo Frankfort 4 3 - m. arrive Georgetown these, John, the less said the better. resignation) Tell Kwtucky Midland Railwayand iSlorm tk shortest and cheapest rente to alls meGossippy (with, then, dear. Truth. the whole Btory and West. K0lnlSKU,Kast, North apply to theU tgenta. A Winter GlrL Vat further inforrastioa George I notice you always tako U. HARPER, Kec'r & Gen. Sup OKO. Miss Piumpp when you go sleighing. Frutkfert Ky Jack She can drire. N. Yr .Weekly. A rm-tto-da- No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. n. Hi. n. m. ft. tn. 6 55 1 00 Franklort A 4 is Iv Klkhorn 7 c8 4.3 no HtampingOrouud 7 27 148 447 5 ' Ueorcetown.B... 7 43 J J 5 09 75 Arr. C. S. Depot 4 to C....... 30 5 4 Pari Barker What good will that do haven't I been following my ownV Truth. B Dally openiniug New Hats, flowers and lacesl for Circular or call at "the Wc give the assurance to the trade that they wil For terms, Ac, scnl College. rind in our es ahllshment tho same exduslvenets t n style of pviterns, hats and bonnets and all the plete Millinery for which we aie leading novelties prices. I know I am in position to in ike specially known throughout inthe country. ID. I ha.eaecured a Low Prices and I will pay your toll if you don't trimmer for theses-soThanking you tor past favors, we respectOrilUSTONVILLE. m find it so. Don't buy your Dress, your Suit, your fully solicit your patronage heretofore so liberally Shoes or yeur Carpet until you see what lean do bestowod. Will carry a full line el genuine Ol Iver Chilled M. D. DUDDERAR- Plows, Silver Steel Plows aad renal for you, KATE DUDDERAR, Managor. for ihe . . : S. D. YOWELL, Salesman. oaie ana other leading tarmiug Implements. Th. Walter A. Wood Mower and Reaper Machines, Suits from.. up Men'a Jj 50 CLOTHING Youths' Suits, long pants, Irom kuiui.wi, u, me , iuauiy, um nugKie lor 3 00 up the money, Phaetons, Hurleys and Carriages of so up Roys' Kneo Pants Hulls from . the richest qusltlles and fanciest and latest styles. cent, cheaper than last year h s la to to jo per 'Ihe best graded light buggy harness and the nRKSS GOODS. All the latest thincs In Cash cheaper grades. Collars, hames, bridles for farm meres, Henriettas, Tricou, Silks, Satins and Velpurposes, breeching and srap work of all kind vets at bottom pikes. Furniture of all descriptions. Trunks, bsgs, travIn Apron Checks at -- sa.i All colors I. GINGHAMS. eling telescopes, horse blankets, buggy rugi.stovo worth 16., Pine Dress do. at Office on ltncaitcr Street, opposite the Court t and slov. fixtures. &c, all ol wmch he initca S celts. WHITE GOODS. Embroideries and Laces House, Collection receive especial attention. S3 your attention and inspection and promise to deal . jusUy and act honorably with you In all transac that will please the most fastidious at prices to tions UooU set of Illtcksmith s Tools, comnlele. MUSLIN. Bleached and unbleached in eve'y to sell on very reasonable terms, and Blacksmith s stoie Shop for rent In best location in town, only one quality that Is tobefeund in a 011 tobacco canvas. Special prices smith. 8H1UTS, Collars, Cuffs and Neckwear in en'-It- ss 80 tf D. S. CARPENTER. variety, frcm a jjood, strong work shirt at 35c Hua'onvllle, Ky. cloth to the finest Madru UNDERWEAR To fit and suit any man, wowt?rmmZlgM man or child. : fT. : IKMWmkMm SHOKS. If there is any one line that claims superiority in my stock it is Shoes. The aoth Ceutury loe, the long, square toe on all the different lasts, and I will save jou Irom joe to $r t t a pair on them. "Try we " HUSTONVILLC, KENTUCKY. CARPETS and MATTING All were advanc Office on Main Street, Opposite the Post-Oicd on the ao'.b of January, but I bought mine beOffer his services o Ifto peoplu oi West Lin 1 cau sell them at wholesale prices aud fore, cola aud Ccy Counties. make money. IOST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUA LITY. and Caskets always on hand.run stock of Coffins the staple I have it QUEENSWARB. It. o. carpenter, Manager 95 aitulcs and at very low prices. Coliee so cents le'a GROC i0 c,5n' v Ureeu Colk ON., CALL G anolnicd Sujjsr at a secret price Rice 5c lb. as cents 7 cans best T matoes or Corn .10 cents A 1 lb. can Peeled Peaches Groceries are Cash and these prices ate for first-cla- ss n. J. Williams, Ml. Veruoo; . II Shanks, Slaiifoid; J.S.Owsley, Stantord; S J. Embry, Stanford; t J. Ii Owsley, Stanfont; DIHKCTOMS: S. OARPSJITTEK, . V Cash, Slauford) William Gooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, MlllcdgevilU, W.'H. Cummins. Preachers i Ha S, H. Shanks, President, J. Or.rjH. Owi)ey,,Caibii, VY ... M.IIiight, Teller. W. S. BTJHCH, Attorney 1. . FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK 1 Stanford, - - Kentucky. f,. . at Law. STANFORD, KY, Capital Stock itc, turpi ug ............. 9100,000 2.3, 700 first-clas- dr. W. Dentist, b. PBinnr, Stanford, Ky. ... RIKS.-Atbuck- c."t T. --ba, ' P- Bricklayer & Stonecutter Stanford, Kentucky. s Guaruuteis Pncea reuacnauie. rlence. Firit-Clas- ccenec-tion- I FOR flO YEARS Has led all WORM IUm-I.- S.. EVERY lOTTLE'tUMAIITEEI. OKA BY BKsUBBMSHfnunEca.. WORMS vermifuge: WHITE'S CREAM rM- 4 -- nu sau sj work In tvery parlicu- - ji. 913m jj' RXrCMJIT- -. r st. tens. Attention of the public is invited to tbe far thit this Is the only National Hank in StanforJ Under the provisions of the National Bank are secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor aa amount equal to the atock, so that depositor! ol this institution ar secured by a Tund of $400,000, rlv (worn statement ofthecondition of the bask art made each yearto the United States gov lament and its assets are examined at stated limit by government agent, thus securing addition and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established a the Ospout Bank of Stanlord in i8s8, then u.d a Ihe NaUonal Dank of Stanford in 1S61 and again aa the First National Bank el atantord In 188s, has had practically an uninterrupted pmtenco of is years. It Is bfctter supplies! now vs fur transetinjc business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms aud Individuals respectfully aolic- Th Directory of this Bank is eorrpotet ol Forestua Iloid, Lincoln county; S.T. Harris, Lincoln; J, H. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Haydeu, Stanford; STANFORD, KY., S. Ii. Ilaughman,) Lincoln; " J. S. Ilocker, Stanford ; Pocket Key Check by Mail fur ouly 15 Cents. For Uagjjage and Key Checks, Metal C necks of W. A. Tribble, Stafford: all klous, iladgee, Do- Licen.e Chccai, Key M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Kings, Chains, Ac. Stamping on Mclaluud general repairing, hhop over M. It. Elmoih's store, T. P. Hill, Stanford; S6 Buuford, Ky, K. L. Tanner, McKlnneyj M.J. Miller, Mt. V.rnoa.Ky lh IiiJ l u -- ' lwin uk " r for cash or In tiade lor leather on J, 8. Hocker, President; Joo. J, McRobertt, Cashier; court day at Stantord or at my home iu Otteu-b. Chas. Kanalia, Tanner. A A. McKinoey, Ast. Cfuuiei T. EftJTTOU. tNDERTAKEH, aa F. G. BEADY, u n rc nilILO. el JS