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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896022101 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. .i -- ji ii mn iitu Semi Weekly Interior Journal. VOL. XXIII, HUSTONVILLE. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1896. WILIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. Mr. S. M. Urauii will move his etore NO. 101 The l'rt'flhjtcrirtiiH expect to bi'ln " protracted uwetiiiK on Moiulny niht next. The pHHtor will bo Hcsistt'il by tto Kev. MHrlln I.tithcr, of tint Teh Street UMcnuo. Prt'shyteriati church, IihhIIih reputation f Immiik h Hum orator ami successful evangelist. Kvery body earnestly invited to Mttend. Mf-Luth- to Hilem, hid., about Mar. 1. LifeV Purpose, Plan and Priz-will bo the subject of (ieoru (lowen's , Hermon .Sunday mnrniiiK. J C Cormley ia to open a jjrocery store on Depot street. He will occupy the room made vacant by Mr. Cyrus F.a- HOII Sum Limk will Boon hIvm oii ft ll nnd explain the heatities ami excellence of n now book Hint bo in introducing. Only for 1()Ihh will yon hvethe ppur-tunitto Mibscrilm your iihiiim on Sum's order sheet, aftur that he will be h hem! ouent hiuiHflf mill will hi puttiui; other yotinu iiiMii into tbi Held. Success stii The NtHlonnl llttnk room presents Miaa Margaret Murphy jav tho little ones ol her kiuderi;irten claMH a Valentine party on Friday, Feb. II, from !t to r appearance since belni: painted and papered. Cashier Mocker litis nude the rule tliHt all who enter for n time, hu.isoii nnd sp.ice of days shall doll' their bat. After that tinm Iihh pass-othe rule will be inoperative, but until then no exception will be made. Will and June now labor with a rotiy tlow BiitTiiHini: tbeir features caused by th modest consciousness of tbeir heightened beauty in tbeir new environment. S. MarIjint Saturday afternoon shal Kit Gillespie, of Somerset, snoop od down upon us and carried oil a stand-inornament of tliu Hotel Vendoiiie corner in the perHon of Ijan Cooper, charged with aellln whisky at Liberty last summer during tbe fair without license. He was taken to Somerset to appear before b oommiHaioner, when it will be determined whether lie shall bu held to appear before the Feder al court. Your bumble eervaut bad an experience with the grippe laht week in which bin head throbbed with a home power headache until the top of bin skull ll w d oil, lnitst into a million piece ami four quartern of the univeice, to the while eleven limits wttil iron i iiibs beat on hia body from neck to heelM with :W strokes to the minute each -- at lemt it felt that way. John Tayior and baby, ol UradfonUville, spent from Frill ty to Wednesday with relative and friends here. John named thebabv Dee, after a deoecsed brother. I.eHt lteid, lu company with Mih Ann i, returned fiotn Cincinnati Monday, Tney had hccoiii panied Miss Mary l.usk that far on her way to Chicago, here ahe noea to lake a special course in h school of elocution. Johnnie (ioode, who uuikea bin home with Iiih uncle, John (ioo le, la evincing mechanical talent of a tilth order. A waahatand in the public room ol the Weatherford House, h marvel of Ingen ious contrivance, and croatly admire i by all who have noticed it, ia hia handihIiiiviiil' work lie ban juat finished cup receptacle for Ciiar Miner, made of polished black walnut and pronounced by those who have aeen it hh an extraordinary pieco of work for one of hia no. Ho also made an automatic chicken feeder so arranged that when a chicken hop upon the perch a door lliea open and the feed, but when the chicken eta down the door closes, keeping rata, pip, Ac , away from the feed Win. Asberry, who wna employed on tho place of Winter Wright, near town, and whoso unexplained death in the barn last Friday night has iiumi noted, waa thought by Home to have been murdered, though this theory does not meet Aaberry waH n with general acceptance quiet, inotletiHive man, who had a boat of frien U and not on known enemy. Tho untile absence of motive for any to murder Aaberry ia a Htrong negative against the suppoiilion that lie wis foully dealt with, while the position of bis body, and in fact, all hia surroundings when found dead, prove iilinuM irrmstafoly that ho wna killed, as was lirst supposed, by a kick from a young horse, delivered with a terrific firce on tho top of lila head while he was stoop infe down behind tho colt to pick up a chain and pass it behind tho horse through holes in the Hide of the stall aa a subatitutofora lur to keep the horses In their alalia. Ho was buried without an inquest. Genie. Carpentor, Koy Itoae and Owen Williams left last Friday for l.oxing ton to matriculate at the Lexington College. Arthur Carpenter expects to follow as soon ns he can transfer his interest in tho Cincinnati Auction Store, of which he is at present tho sole proprietor. Miss Fannie Adams, wo f.iiled to note, returned with tho parly from Texas last week. Charley Adams roportB that Ins health was very good indeed lu Texas, but the Old Kentucky Homo is a magnet whose powem of attraction he can not resist. W. L. Johnston, of Alva-radTexas, departed for hia homo Bfter a pleaaaut visit to his family aud friends in Casey. Ho ot boldjof a cipy of the I. J. while here amllsaid that he wanted letter from home no butter so ho Hubscnbed jnBt iu time thau it was, to Kt tlm benefit of tho contemplated improvements. Misses HiKKtns and Miu nie Drye, of ilradfordavillo, paid Miss Minnie Dinwiddle a visit last wuok from Friday to Monday. Mies Annie 1'hillips, of HarrodBbur?, who waa a pleasant (juest at the Bauio place, returned homo Fridav. Mra. W. L. Williams has been quite Bick for a week with the xrippe, bat Ib at present a nine uoiier. qilltM n pleHHinj; d l. n col-ore- d, sctit-ture- ls granted Marrisce liceuis by the county clerk 10 Iihc Pal- Mtinc to wed Mifs Addie Francis Kiiitf. Both live iu the upper end of (iarrard. MihB Virile Worrell, a teacher of much experience, aa well an a euccessfu' one, bei;an teachiint a select school at the La whom Monday, Feb. 17. Nov J. W. Lynch, of Danville, will deliver hia second lecture "In ami Around Jerusalem," on Tuesday even-iniFeb. J")th, at the Fork church, iu this county. Died on Sunday in this county at the advance ki of SI years, Mra. Iletfcy Pollard She was a member of tlm Chris ttan church and her funeral win preached by Kldur (iuoriiH (tow. en. Work will soon bo resumed upon the new Methodist church that has been beuuu here. It was discontinued during thesvere winter mrntbs. When comple ted it will he by far the handsomest in the town, Many others can b added to the lotik' bar ol the sick in our community: Mra. Martha Salter, Mrs. (ieorne Patterson, Missus llattio Anderson ami Mattie Thompson, Little John Woodcock Klkin and Mia Annie Lloyd Heriitik'. Misa Hmtio Slaughter, of Tennessee, an accomplished muxician, has accepted the position aa axtittmit music teacher with Mrs. It. S (iowen. The pupils taught by Mrs. (iowen continue so to prou'rrss and the numbers to increase so, an aistaut teacher hud to called. Tiie Kraded school now numbers over :WV) and still they come. Three burials occurred in our cemetery on Monday, that of Dr. Joseph KneI nil., Mrs. Iletsy el?, of Hloomtnutnii, P tllard aud Mrs LIijhIi Lawless, both of this county. On one other occasion there was four burials iu the cemetery in one day. Our beautiful oily of the dead is tilling up so rapidly that it will soon hve to be enlarged. Mr. Iiuia Landram, our rccoiiiuio-datuand ellicieut editor, made a short business trip to Cincinnati last week to see about some new machinery fur bis paper. While there he had a special invitation from one of tho Knqiiirer men to visit the two celebrated criminals Jackson and Walling, but be failed to see them as they were at the time in an interview with their attorneys. Mrs. lilijab Lawless died at the homo of her husband, near Huckeye, on last Sunday. Shu had been in bad health but was better when shn recently took a relapse. Her funeral waa preached at the Haptist church at noon Monday. Mrs. Liwless wan a Miss Hurtou, of this county, and returned several years ago to her native Statu after having lived some tiino in LouiSitua. She was in her Wed-iH-sda- The worse spell ol weather have bad this winter is upon uh. Mm. J. L. Whitehead has gone to Washington City to visit her mother, Mrs. (Jen. Smith. -- Trie rains of last week gave us a small tide anil the saw mills secured sev- ernl thousand logs. Mr. L. W, Patrick will begin the erection of a new store house on the lot Ion which his duelling now stands iu a few days. A protracted meeting will begin at the lUptist church Sunday. The pastor will heawsiatwl uy Rev. W. A. Ruram, ol MiddleHhnrn. Tao negroes entered the storo hoiii-A.J Sullivan and carried oil various arrtidea of clothing, A:u. One of them was captured at Corhin Wednesday and e of achool-boiiH- e, r, 1 My A,iam?i Cnrri B,ltn,.ri lJna neily Hnil M,.s8rH. Joshua Poring, K S. Albright, Sine Davis, Willie McClary and I.e.. Porter. Music bv the band will ;tltersperfle the exernifces. -- The caoe of AdaniB for killing young 1 We are offering hundreds of Capps was decided after the jury had Even in this time of political chaos. ,,. nut tlV0 tUvU( tll ui(,uro bpK things at less than they can be bought because we want to close our pix yel,r8i .Jnr .McClain, for killing Scott stock, so while you can get the stuff at present prices come and avail Fish, colored, was given a Bentence of Everything in this stock goes, includfour V(lftrfl- - A ,mrty WB8 eentenced to yourself of the opportunity. Hjx m0lltnB imprisonment for kuklu.v- - ing white goods, embroideries, dress goods, shoes, boots, clothing, ing. &c. Rockcastle is just on the route of the new trunk line from Chicago to Savannah, Ga., via Knoxville, for which Col. HUBBLE" Albert K. Boone is paving the way. Our B. W. Givenssold .) Jersey stterB to county is mentioned among a number of Win. Lillard at 2Jc. Col. Underwood others through which it will pass. Moat BUY THE OLD RELIABLE, ' sold to D. X. Prewitt some Jersey calves ol ,,l counties in Tennessee have voted at j;t. A. C. Carman sold a milk cow to ' nda and had surveys made. Messrs. R. L. Ewell and 0. W. Lea-10- 0 Hatcher for $30. Some shoals averaging were in town this week. Judge and lbs have changed hands in this local hlte. Carter will will resume houeekeep- - Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground ity at it. home on Main their Bro. Grinetead, accompanied by his Right. Salamagaudi will meet Tll 8treet- charming daughter, Miss Kathleen, waa! out to till his appointment Sundav and with Mrs. J. W. Xesbitt this evening. gave us agoodBermon. Mr. Win. Waters, Mr. George Baker, of Pittsburg, visited of Danville, was a visitor in this commu- hia daughter, Misa Keka, this week. Mre. nity Sunday and aided the church music E A. Reppert has returned from a visit very much by some excellent notes on to Covington. It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, j Ken-groun- lodged in jail oere. The otlicers think they have tne other one located and have uonn afier him. Mrs. I. L. Gentry has uone to Louisville to purchase a Spriim stock of goods. Miss Lna Irvine, of Louisville, who has been vieitinir Misa Gertrude Lester for several weeks, has returned home. Mr. and Mis. K. K. Nelson spent Sunday with bis part ins at New comb, Tenn. Jailer Perkins went to Iiuisville Tuesday and brought Cal Strunk, Hiinel Strunk Htul Charley Murphy here and landed them in jail. They are the parties that shot Win. lUtes. at Strunk's Lane, about two months ago. The Louisville court didn't have jurisdiction of tho case, as Hates, who was a deputy U. S. marshal at the tune, whs not on duty. Rhodi Gordon, a girl of about 15 jears of age, whs lodged in jail here last Tmsday for stealing a gold watch and I'M from some person near Jellicn. SI e is the mine girl who murdered one of ner girl companions and dangerously cut another near Corbin last Summer. She escaped the penitentiary on the ol self defense, but Mm proof is said to be positive in this case. -- A diuVulty occurred Friday b- tween Janus Pennington and James on thC. S. railway near the county lino between Whitley and Pulas-ki, in which Gilreath cat Pennington with a pocket knife. Hie ditliculty arose over two polecat hides and after. juarrel ing for some lime. Gilreath claims that lennington stooped to get a ruck to throw at him, when he struck him in theack with his knife, killing himal most, instantly ML VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY- The weather variation for February is intense cold, accompanied by snow here. A niBii was put in jail here this week for killing a companion near llerea over a ruckle. Mr. Patrick Welsh in a smiling father, rejoicing over the arrival of another boy at his house The "Little Aid Society" will give a mite party Friday evening at the charming home of Misat-- Janiii and Annie Weber. A musical revival sfetnH to have taken place here, young and old, large and small having joined the rapidly growing band. A number of moonshiners and witnesses from this county took a pleasant trip to Louisville last week. Ttie hills and caves aro tempting resorts for this a W. B. McROBERTS, Will sell you at the lowest Cash price. Give us a call. Drugs, Books, Stationery, Seasonable goods in the Paint Line. Mixed Paints, Varnishes, WaU Paper and Brushes. Prescriptions accurately filled from only the Purest Drugs. W. 13. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. Reduction In Prices ! class. Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Rkduce Pkices MorroT, our allablo and on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, highly esteemed judge, and Judge Stout, Lath, Shingles, Red Kence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a the gentlemanly successor to 0. W. Lester, have remained with ub almost two full stock of every thing found in a first class Lumber Yard, and by weeks, doing effective work for the wel- selling for Cash Onl 1 am enabled to make prices lower than have fare of the county. ever been offered here. Mr. K. G, Williams made hie maiden speech as an attorney in a criminal casn this court and it whs pronounced a brilliant ell'ortby the hearerB Mr. WilMatna is a gifted orator and a talented young YOUman and will bring honor to his name and birth piste. Mr. James Maret owns a valuable stone quarry on the K C. K. K. and will engage in business on an extensive scale during the Spring and Summer. This is proving very lucrative to this county, as the sand is very valuable for building purposes nnd on the direct route to the Neither can Webster post you in Dry Goods. We can tell you Judge T. V. II K A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. -- Don't pom it nil, The exercises at the Collegiate In something unknown to Webster, President Cleveland or Gov. BradFifty cent dollars will do us and atitntt on the evening of the 2W inst. ley. Come let us reason together. j)H participated wU in by Misses Ida if you get goods at 33 off of regular price, then cities. You Can Afford to Buy, j HUCHES & TATE. ! . tr The Vulcan Chilled Plow. j'""'" P'ant We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. don't keep it. the cornet. Jake Rohiijhon passed through hero OF A LOCAL NATURE. 6!lth year. r, Hrgu-iiie- nt Musi-nes- s BOini-week- ly Fox has recently bought in this section 'J2 yearling mules, IS of them in ares at fro.., f :, to f5o per hcml. -- About oO young folU "stormed" Mr. an. Mrs. A GT. Smih Saturday and were right royally entertained at their hospitable home. Rev. Robert R. Sutherland, pastor of the first Presbyterian church of Knoxville, Tenin., has been formally called to the pastorate of the Second Preabyteriau church of this city. The Methodist church has bought a f 1,200 pipe organ, which will bu in place within a month, Monday was rather a Blow court day on account of cold weather. E. P. sold to Ike Shelby a jack for $152. II. K. & 0. W. Alexander brought a good lot of 1)0 head of cattle from Cumberland county to sell privately. They were sold to Karris it Whitley at 3 30. Ruesel Belmore, night operator at the Danville depot, was shot and dangerOld Charley .Moore, who was conImi'hovhb with aok. The Stanford ously wounded while on duty last night victed of Bumliug obscene matter thro' and will likely die. There are grounds Interior Journal has juat celebrated its the mails by tho medium of his for believing that the shot waa self in- 21at birthduy. The older it grows the Blade, has again been released on hotter it is. Tho worthy editor, W. P. dicted with the intention of suicide. Fifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. his own recoguiauce, the Federal judge, Walton, richly deserves all the good Advocate. knowing that he can keep him straight things that his newspaper friends are 25 percent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all ComAs a result of a conference of South- saying of him iu in that way. connection with this an- forts and Blankets. Chairman John W. Yerkea has call ern delegates at Chicago, a Chicago and niversary. Georgetown Times. ed a mooting of the republican Statu cen- Southurii States exposition is assured. Ala-roni- a 5 cents. A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all Bill Nye is seriously ill at his home tral committee for March 4, in Frankfort The South will furnish the exhibits and and Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save to decide on the time and place of the half the finance. Chicago will furnish in North Carolina. lie is suffering with CHAS. WHEELER. of the money. apoplexy and may not recover. Respectfully, money. State convention. the buildiugsand the rest B. G. Mr. T. W. (). da is reported in a dying condition at the home of her duugb-toMra. John K Stormes. As the life of this patient, uncomplaining sulfer is so gently eb'uug away, you could or would Hsk fur her more years. Tbt't'losu of her stay with us has been so gentle, so loving, kind ami unselfish that it ia but tittmc thai our Heavenly Father should give her such a calm aud peaceful hour in which to die. She is falling asleep only to awaken to the joya of Paradise. Great is the sympathy for tho devoted l.uabaud and daughter whose love aud attention has always been so manifest, Miss SueOgilvie is enjoying a visit to relatives in Columbia, Tenn. Dr. aud Mra. W. S. Klkin, of Atlanta, weru guests this week of Miea Jenuiu Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hagan, of Richmond, are visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Lunvcdl. Mis? Maggie McCarley, of Tpper Garrard, is visiting Misa Mary Doores. Miss Jennie McKee, of Covington, was entertained while hero last week by Mrs. K. L. Owsley. Capt. Win. Herudou has returned from a business trip to Fraul;-foMies Klvereo Wallace is again enrolled aa a pupil iu the college at Due West, S mth Carolina. Key. Mr. Allison, MrH. Win. Kogers and two sons, Mr. Walter Bradfute, of Kloomington, Inil., and Dr. Samuel Smith and wife, of Richmond, Ind., and Mr. aud Mrs. Cheatham, of Indiana, were all iu attendance at the burial services of Dr. Josepli Rogers on Monday. rt. a few days ago ami only stayed long enough to eat a meal or two at his father's. Jake ia a gjod hoy, a hustler aud is now with a wholesale grocar in Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Kd Miller has been poorly for n few days. Prof. Joa Robinson has buen troubled with mumps. Ve aro glad to note that Chris Gentry is back with us igiiu He has bMi in Ten lies see for a few months. Prof. Mape, of Danville, was out with Bright Swine-broa- d Sunday. Master George, White in attending the Preparatory in Danville. Miss Fannie I'nderwood will open school here March 1st. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. m i The new school board has ordered the building of an ilS.OOO school house at Middlesboro. It is stated that Dan Stuart baa been asked to pull oil the Maher Filzsjmmons tight at Cumberland Gap. Middlt'bboro'a council, ignoring a petition presented by the W. C. T. U . de- cided to continue granting licenees to sa- Ioohp. Marv R W. H. WEAREN & CO. ROETGEN'S X-RAYS. Don't wait for it, but have your good doctor write you a prescription and bring it to 'ht Faul-con- er Wood committed suicide at chmond in order to make her with whom she had quarreled, shed tears Under his treatment with our most reliable drugs that old chronic Somerset is well represented on tho rheumatism or chronic dysyepsia will disappear. We dispense only Federal juries at Louisville. Hugh Mo Beth ia on the grand jury aud Sim Hicks reliable Drugs and at reasonable prjecs. and W. F. Tomlinsou on tho petit jury. At PittHburg, Win, Southerland shot aud killed William Osborn. Oaborn waa Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. (,mnk SoutlierllU)ll w,8 arreBlwl 8lld ukeM tQ Lom, whre ,,e WB8 5ven Hn examining trial and allowed bail in the sum of 1,000. Tho court of Appeals has decided that they have a right to issue saloon licensee in Pineville. This decision ia quite a blow to the prohibitionists, for, with the consent of the local authorities, We still exist. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, saloons can be started in any of the including mountain counties. A mob of 20 men took Fount Martin and James Troxell from tho jail at to hang them for arson. They Bucceeded in breaking Murtiu'b neck, but while they were doing so, Troxell got Tailor made loose and made his tscapo. He is the same man who was hung about two Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. weeks ago and let down just in time to save his life. hua-bind, CRAIG a MOCKER'S. & CRAIG HOOKER, f The Charles Wheeler Emporium. Mon-ticell- o The 20th Century Boot Blue-Grn- ea Great Drives in Clothing. it mm fcMi-WEEKL- Y interior Journal! 189G Stanford. Kv., Fkbruary 21, W. P. WALTON. Tub Covington Commonwealth, which ought to know bette , mouths the old Btatement that it was because of his free Bllver views that Hardin ran 8,000 ahead ot the ticket, which hB long ago been nxnloded by the facts. LUt, Bro. Blake- y, while we tell you for the several hundredth and laBt time that Hardin ran ahead of his tickpt for exactly thn same reapon that Bradley ran about the was be Bame number ahead of his. It of the voter, who cause of the ignorance thought he was voting the whole ticket when he put the cross in the square opposite that of the candidate for governor had only that and nothing more-B- nd its decie- the court of appenlB rendered ion before the election these dbiioib would have been counted for the whole delegate ticket. Wat Hardin may be a National convention, as you to the but public sentiment will have to ns-ae- Sage, of the U. S. court at Cincinnati, instructed tho jury to find for tho railroad In tho case of a negro woman who sued the company for 12,000 for mnkinL' her rido in a ''Jim Crow" car, on the grounds that the woman, having gotten on the train in Kentucky and had not during her ride been out of the State, there waa no infraction of e commerce act which prothe vides that all passengers being tranB ported from State to State by a common carrier shall have the Bame treatment, they having paid tho same rate of fare. The State courts alono have jurisdiction in such cases and it la not at all likely that she will get dainaeea in them. JrjDGK Inter-Stat- A Topoka man has patented a brick made of Btraw, which, It ia said, will tho paving of streets. Alger eayB that he ia net a can Gen. Cy Bhonn, the representative 5b from rt, Christian, who troubled with a diarrhoea of words and a constipation of ideas, it. a most liberal man with other people's money. He has presented a bill to appropriate $1,000 for the benefit of the young woman who designed the log cabin ballot devise for the republicans and wants her name be written high up on the scroll of fame -f- oremost among the great and good of earih, and the ono altogether lovely on the list of immortals. Though election is nearly four years off, HIb insubordination change greatly. Congressman Berry is taking time by the loat ub the State and he will have to do forelock, and making his regular quadpenance awhile at least before he is We are headquarters for any thing in the Shoe rennial announcement that he will the again honored by the demcrats. line, from a coarse lirogan to a fine dress shoe. next governor. Since Kentucky went SkcbstAry Oarliblk haB answered republican wo will not be surprised at the free silver leBislators, who appealed anything, but it is to be hoped that memthings wont get sb bad aa that. to hlra to urge the five democratic supporting the Look at our line of clothing when you come to bers who are not KoiiKKT LAUflHUN, the Bracken counSenate, juat as it town. Suits for men from $3, 50, up. nominee for the has confessed that he murdered been expected he would. ty fiend, might have action his wife and her young niece, after rapHe says very truly that such as the ing the latter, and then burned the houso his part would be presumption on We have jttbt received a big line of Shirting judeo they were in. The offirers haye been gentlemen are more competent to devising means to keep him from being Samples irom the White Swan Shirt Co. and he, even of their duty in the matter than lynched, but his seems to be ono of those chanKe their are prepared to make any style shirt you may if hia interference could to assume. cases that tho quicker he ia disposed of wain, iiKiiiuiug wiiiic crcait-- aim m,iunni course, which he ia not willing cheerfully to co- the better. letf'Our Tailoring Line is Complete XfU iB ready at all times He manner in any in The Senatorial dead lock remains operate in any proper all our 9tatu quo. The republicans can't elect that may be made to unite orwithout unseating democrats, which citia- friends in supporting the democratic work mul-- n wild m M to $100 sin- maintain-inMrs. .n,Fllty in Kentucky and in they are afraid to do, and the democrats ganization uia itn.MM" I'arkershurg, W a , .. e anil in pHirs at f .. to polwill not unite on Blackburn. Thurs- W'Mn who uiiNiM sound democratic principles and , M Si luiigeman f K ave had constituted au- day's ballot, which was the 27th, stood icies as declared by the Nationthorities of the party, State and desires 59 each for Blackburn and Unnter, the III lllO Kun" D"" ham stallion, V ,l..l, hut are nmlllllfl that he sincerely rest scattering. al, and repeats before Assembly as to accepting it. He is a grand individFire destroyed the eosp, lye and cof to Bee the present General and it is hoped Inr id sp-A: URHANSK.V & CO., Proprietois, a LAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT. factory of P. C. Tomson vt ual, a hreo to the Senate of the United States elect sympathy with 135,000 that Lincoln county will not lns hi.n. T: D. RANEY, Manager. Dr. Hunter has at last been smoked Co., Philadelphia. The loss was democrat who is in full TIim lrMHt price ever paid for a sin out of his hole. He Bays he iB for sound Three dwelling houses .were also dethese objects. gle hoit in thw L'nited Slates, $00, was stroyed. be- - money. Branch Stores. The Cincinnati Commercial-Gazettfat girl, known as bronuht bv "Kinu Milium" at the reapproMr. Jasper's bill making an Nettie Cole, the Dr. Cynthiana, ing unable to get an answer from cent sale of the hrd ol Poland China on Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown, Lawrcnccburg, priation of ?10,000 to erect a suitable the "Kentucky Beauty," died in a Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Frankfort. Elizabeth- as to his position on the curren farm In O'Brien county, Hunter at Chicago. Her coflin was 30 J. A. Benson's advises sound monument in Obickamauga Park, was town, Ky., and Mauckport, Ind. of Him hrd, 10 in numcy question, boldly passed. inches wide, 2S inches high and nearly Iowa. The rest overmoney republicans to throw him ber, brought a total of fJ.SOO, or an aver A bill to repeal the charter of banks six feet long. and draw board and add: Draw the lines Near Jackson, this State. Carey Hol- ago of $70. can doubt that pay taxes only under tho provisions them bo plainly that no one a Sena- of the Hewitt act has been favorably re- ly shot and killed James Combs and morDocs Your IDKAT. DKtlCI- A whether a man who seeks to be tally wounded Nick Combs. They had free silver ported to the House. tor of the United States is for broth Judging from tho number of bills attacked him for shooting at their coinage or against it. Dr. Hunter should against horse swapping, members of the er the day before. In himself declare himself, and declare This has been a very severe snap in misunder present legislature must think that the lowlanguage that no man can New York, when the mercury went in a most heinous of offenses. We Or Varnish Btand. H he doea not, if he persists member from er than it has since the establishment of Judge Walker, the u policy of silence on this, tne viia, It Lake who believe Garrard, who refuses to be whipped Into the signal service. At Sarnnac of the day, let republicans support of Populist Blackburn, says he was 19 below zero. one who In Bound money vote for some Requisition papers for the transler ct resign before he will vote for In that line and we fully warrant our goods. tney do, and ia not afraid to will believes as Jackson Bnd Walling from the Ohio to say bo. We want your prescription work, too, and guarantee quality, accuThe House passed the bill providing the Kentucky authorities have been ap nomination of a g iB now said that the levy of 10 cents and also proved by Gov. Bushnell, ami tno near-inIt racy and price. Any for a epecial tax negro to be steward of the Western set for February 27. iorced through the bill to borrow f500,-00- 0 lum was only a bluff of the Hev. Hamet, pastor of tho Presbyte-riato meet the present needs of the governor, who had a two fold object in State. chu'ch imd principal of tho Colle negroes severely He wanted to placate the view. An effort to abolish drawing juries giate Institute at Pikevilla, was tune feel of Blabbed by his 10 year old eon, when he of Christian and at the same to old system was sure from wheels and return rrcvents the necktio from dipping the pulee of the Senate. Hea man n, having jury commissioners, and for them refused to give him a dollar. introduced n up the collar. Every mim should hiitu nomination of such Representative F.vans that the juries, was defeated in the would not be to select the Life. 0110. the negro U reported to be bill to appropriate $500,000, or so much House 53 to 25. necessary, for the erection of permitted to lord over unfortunate white Wlilrli? It takes 11 days to paea a bill, with- as might bo Funeral Director and Embalmcr and Wholesale and Retail Deal er in Which Is tho dciullloRt fool-- To so with the real intention all the out objection, through both houses of a monument in the city of Wasnington put the matter to ot Anderson, a white Undertakers' Supplies. time of appointing the legislature and secure it a place on to tho memory of Abraham Lincoln. Tho thcator fool who txllow-- "flr!" point with the negroes and Or tho fool who rock.s tho Ixxit? man, he made his everything J. J. Jackson was waylaid, shot Keeps constantly on had a Full and Complete Line of ChltMRo Trtborvn. he want the statute book, even when Houso Saturday and got things in juat the shape is greased for the performance. killed near Half-waBradley, Ho Mm Hut la l'lrit. ed them. Great indeed is Gov. Unable to make his. negro appointee night. Jackson w Baa hard worker, and edge, "You cim let them outiuid mako thwn it comes to making all the $1,000, which he kept Bradwhen pass muster in the Senate, Gov. had saved about ' Mi larger, ain't you?" iu,ktl th cut. ley nominated A. H. Anderson, a white near him, and robbery waa no doubt tho a llttlo woman, turning lierself arotuul Also lU1ri.1l Robes and Suits in Hroad Cloth, Satin, Cassimcrs, Casyounp of that republican of Christian county to be object of the crime. Mb.McOhoiu, late a member ket Hardware; all of which I will sell at the Lowest Prices. In front of tho mirror mid acrtiUuiIJK Joseph Abbot, of Brazil, Ind., whi e tho effect from all iwwwsiblo jxjintH of board, the railroad commission, steward of the Hopkinsyille asylum. useless and earth Embalming and proper care of the dead a specialty. The more's the pity , the bill to abol- on a visit to relatives in Philadelphia, view. wants all power of heaven revising tarifl charges ish tho State hoard of equalization uhh had a presentiment that he would die "i'ch'm," replied tho dressmaker. given it, such as freight, defeated in the Senate. The voto stood within 10 days. Ho hurried home, at- "Just n slooves do it an not." Chicago fnr transporting pereooH and Tribune. 10 yeas and IS nays. On account of tho tended to his business and on the afterrailroads by fine, Ac. A punishing Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. for the omnium gatherum hi' emergency clause 20 votes were required noon of the 10th day fell dead. Bubstitute rnnlMluiirnt Kitting tlir Crlmo. president and to pass the bill. Th list of nlacea nod dateH tor ia Lucy The wretch I And so he haw we move that the oilicesof abolishHay. member from Boyle, has intro tional conventions this year is now com proposing to both of us! Buperintendents of railroads be Kentucky be duced a bill to reduce the salary of the Jennie It wems m. plete. The prohibitionistB lead oil at ed and that the railways in PresLucy I wish c could think of some commissioner of agriculture from $2,000 Pittsburg, May 27, followed by the hereafter run by the commission. H. Smith and his corps of to 11,300, cut down the nunual appropri St. Louis, Juno 10; demo- fearful way to punish him. at ident Milton Jennie I liao an idea. silver assistants know nothing about managing ations from $13,000 to $3,000 and abolial) crats at Chicago, July 7, and tho Seeding time is nowjright at hand,wejiave a large stock of Lucy What Is it? Louis, July clerkships in the otlico. any way. and people's parties at St. railroads Jennie You marry him, deor. The State Senate yesterday passed 22nd. London free silver bill in the by a unanimous vote tho Houso hill giv TlIK defeat of the After denouncing Secretary Morton majority of 123, Ifn Krmtiiteil It. House by the decisive ing sheriffs who failed to execute bond for two weeks for failing to send out seed g "No, sir," ho baid, indignantly, a ho standing 213 to IK), two only by January 0, until March 15, to mako to various applicants, the House passed the vote turned from tho electric light in hia and Kendall. all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle from Kentucky, Olardy such bond. It is claimed that this bill an agricultural repeal bill appropriate room. "I won't atop hen. The idee Embracing years that and of a hotel's try in' ter run up a bill on a nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine BhowB that for nearly two will reinstate Sheriff Pflanz, of Jefferson. 3 000,000 to the agricultural bureau buying. Prices all right. The season is getting of mine owners and invention contest will $150,000 is to bo used for The by puttiu' his gas in a glow cawe. our stock before put to sleep so far cost the State $1,031, Mr. Dunlap being providing that seedfl. Most of the coeds mau it can't be Mowed outr asniug short and we are offering special inducements to close out a niceline so's i,a nnrMiMH of their dupes, has been practice Is concerned. allowed $572, and Mr. Kaufman $102. Washof Huggies and Surreys. ion Star. as getting It into are sold by members to dealers in BZ. the issue will be so dead The State is in no way responsible for ington and the rest is used for electionIn that time Woiiiun In tlm Ctuc. will be oilensive to the olfactories the conteot, yet, the tax payers are forc- eering purpeses. prisoner stole that It Lawyer You say tho W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. will be under .. 1. ...; Yliat clistingiiihiiing tiiat Kllyniminons had your watch. It is pretty ed to bear the oxpenBe. and those who raised it hard on the tax payers to be compelled called him a cur, Corbett telegraphed feature was there about the vtch7 treatment for the simples, Witness It had my sweetheart's I will for office, no to pay the cost of such controversies, es- him: "the next time I sen you TlIK republican thirnt before." picture in it. little is tho pecially when they are without justifica mako you tako it hack like I did Lawyer Ah! I see, a woman in tho how matter .... email and how chapuniversal aa it is tion, but there is nothing to uo tiut grin To which Fit, replied: "All right IiV i.,i u ah ensc. Scottish American. and bear it. and to mhke the majority so pie. Get yoursolf in good condition and There are 2,000 applicants for D0110 According to Hjitem. initiate. great such contesta will, practically, bo Ket down here quick. I will put you with the "Miss IJcverly, why does your Histhe few offices connected undcommis-loner- s prohibited. Dan vine Advocate. out of existence tho very next day after tory club meet twice a week?" sinking and the ) There I place Maher amoni? the Iibh beens." "The first night we meet to find the .are simply over helmed NEWSY NOTES. Robert Laughhn, tho Bracken coun- plnce where we left off reading tho the business. thing about b one good mad because week before, and then the next night, Five of tho six Georgia districts ty beast, says ho had been criminally 1,990 will go home hia wife's nioce for some you know, we rend." Chicago Record. with anything and raise a row have indorsed McKinley. thS Of tho 1,803 miles of railroad built time and that he killed hia wife when Another Cum. In tL party" so ungrateful for their last vear only 25 wore in Kentucky. alio found it out and then killed the girl Sands I haven't seen you since your And Funeral Director. The State liquor license in Ohio has who had witnessed the killing. Kealiz wife died. You aro not in mourning, invented with crimes, he Iibb '"but I know that your heart must bo Also carry a nice line ol Harness, Saddles, Hridles, Ihiggy Robes, AN apparatus has been living man'a been increased from $250 to $350 a year. ing the enormity of his brain ineide of a advice and ia now pre- full of sorrow. Fifty-liv- e which the people, it is reported, were Bought religious Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. provided he Hands It is, old chnp. I'm married fate that surely awalta can be photographed, Kentucky law- killed In amine explosion at Glenwood paring for tho Square, Stanford, Ky. Room opposite Court-Hous- e again. Brooklyn Life. .unlike tho average Springs, Col. him. and has one. maker, ef-fo- rt didate for the presidency and that his State. Michigan, is for McKlnley. Spotted fever is epidemic in I'.umon-Bocounty, Fifteen cases have been and niuehave proved fatal. Mrs. Anna Wor.len, of Shelbyvllle, Ind., drowned herself In a cistern she wbb unable to pay her rent. Klmer Sheets' dead body was found frozen in tho mud at Muncle, Ind , and there is little doubt that ho was murder ed. Charles The candidacy of of Nebraska, for tho F. Manderson. presidency, has been announced at Washington. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Since they have no need for more mnm1ii.ru. the republican Congress has Winter Turit. Kurt Htid White oati actually decided In favor of a democrat for sale. F. Ueid, .Stanford. from Louisiana. billll!'it in Pulssk P. I Nnnii.-lli'A Dillon, Ga., negro, on a wager, county 75 mixed entile at 2 to :i ato a 53 pound water melon, rind and all, The ItidiaiiH supreme court Iirh renthat had been preserved In cotton seed dered a decision proscribing the klllirg from last year's crop. of horses for food. Charles Scott, manager ol the Salt's of pair of fine work milieu for Opera House and McCauley'a $220 mid !i0 hogs at :i are reported in Theatre In Louisville, has leased the the IfHrrodshurg Sayings. Frankfort opera house. he number ol horses killed last -- Miss Mary Cowan, a Christian coun- ear in IMria for consumption as food ty belle, was burned to death by her is given at 2;i,lS, exclusively of III mules in... .,m.,.. rtrrt from a urate before and :1s'' J. .ikejs. which she was warming. l)r Ciardj'B meaaure, designed to -- S. W. Norton, of Bracken county, nlnee tohtrco on the saine footing usolh ...... .r)iirh .... .i live CllluUnu n uro ... ...... contained er 'nrm Prol,Ult exported, was adopted squirrels, four opossums, two by the National House young coons and 100 poiinm oi iio.jr. itrr. . hnneht 07 html of . to'0 -- Milford and rehx tMtth, ,B8l w,.,k, averaging 1,200, '" "(o, Jw(1H Marl, 0( Woodford, at $3 00, killed each other In Harlan drunken row and a conain t o injured while trying to separate tnem. -- At Newcastle, Pa., John Thompson, Th, KOWn,loll e(,t,I1BtB t,e farm an engineer, became suddenly ins,, o h o ho, Bm,ho , tll, r,lUtM, Sutea In and running his engine into ?' his cab and began preach iu. ft. 1,520.000 less " .;,a7; -- O.J. Wiggins, tho Covington insur- - ," anceman.whomarried the daughter of '1 t,,Rt Tumip wiy n- tho rich Paris banker, Urleton Alexa hi,re MonUr t ., , , AM der, died from an operation for appendi.lyenri.nK9rttfM,rt Ht n be-cauLex-ingto- ranitnrinm at St. Joseph waa by tire, causing a loss of $50,000 Mun-ciThe wife of Ransom linker, of Ind., has juat given birth to her 21st child. buildKiro destroyed the eight-stor- y A Co , shtrt makern, ing of Stettheimer Troy, N Y., in which WO people were employed, many working on the upper lloors. The II lines spread with such rB pidity that the employes were unable to get out s.ivu by jumping, and several fell from thn sixth atorv to the street helow Three were killed by the fall and hb ma Utlierc n v mnrft who in in lied will die. are known to have perMied in the build hit! and it is believed the list ol victims A hoy with a will reach 20 at least match started the rnnllngratinn. A e, TO VISIT US Five Hundred Yards Col. Hamburg at 3C Pcr yard. A good yard wide Bleach Cotton at 5c. Is to Economize both time and money. Our efforts arc to make shopping less irksome, prices low enough to attract the most discreet buyers. Hamburg's, Cotton and Sheeting. LADIES' : UNDERWEAR ! Union Suits, Ribbed Vests and Pants, Woolen and Weecc Lined Hose for Ladies and Misses at 15c, Joe and 25c At half it's actual value. worth double the money. n SHIRTS I I Gents' Fine Laundered Shiris, colored bosom, worth 51.25, marked down to 75c. Negligee Shirts, 50c, 75c and $1. SHOES. c0n;. ,,, t.,wl DON'T FAIL to BEAD THIS1 s j 'J",,, 1 g ..... .,. m THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, KY, N e e mn-seu- ra House Need Paint, Paper, NEEDFUL HAVE EVERYTHING him-Goo- wire-workin- g n Hji -- p!3sd PENNY'S DRUG STORE. W. W. WITHERS, le, s y Cloth and "Wood Caskets and Coffins. W. W. WITHERS, b-c- LOOK HERE I Tld-Hit- s. be-in- Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c. dan-Kero- Dunlap-Kaufma- n B. "Hi WTBAHEIT. ! UNDERTAKING -- peni-tertiar- y J C. BXMraLJEUElir, sup-por- t. Practical Trimmer, Bmbalmer r t ..: Interior Journal 189(1 DaKKH (ltd npcctnclfR, Stanford, Ky Fkiihuahy J1, nkw wire fence at lligglns A Mc Kinney's, Htop and Bee it. A Ci.06I.ni out Block. Getting ready for spring goodfl. Buy bargains from Dauka. E. C. Walton, Business Manager . 'i Wk urn temporarily without a watch C. Sine. repairer, but during' his rIibuiico your Co a sold for cash or exchanged for all repmr work will be tmnt to tliu city, thor onglily and nccuratulv donunnii returned kinds of grain hihI feed. J. II. Batigh- to you without mi v extra chftruo. I'''" man A Co. ny b Drujs mid Jeolry Blurt. II. 0. Itui'i.KY Is receiving a vary e line of Hpring Biiitinga. Call in PERSIlNAl POINTS. and get first pick. I- - Just received BHyeral car loads of good boxing which I oiler cheap for cash. A. hand-BOin- Mil. II. I). CiHUiOHV.oltirayBOu, ed IiIh wife burn Ttietsday. Mil. l.awm Hoshki.i., ol tbtt r)ton'8 Well imlKhborhood, ba been nick lor Boveral weeka. Mil. AM) Mhh. Mait Woodhosj came lliu to ntti-m- l doKiilroiii Mlddk-HborV Crow. funeral ol Mr. J. .Miw. Scott Fa huih.oI CrHb Orciinrd, Teespoilt tbo night witli her boii, Slevi ter, en roiile. to Silver Creek. join- I iiavr a lot ol BriiBcel and Ingrain carpet Hamples. They make beautiful rugi. 11 J. MeRoborts. Tiiobk who know tell us that the fruit buds were not Biilliciently swelled to have been injured by the cold Htiap. Geo. H.Cooper, bus been ill for several day at Mr. William Hurton'a. Mh. aniiMiih. J. W. Habtin mid Mr. Dr. JrtckBoniGlveiiB paened up to Louie, yesterday returninK (" of Mr. I'itlp-biU- MllB.SUBAN COOI'KH.thO Hed lllOtllLT Anotiikii fcrAiiLK. Mr. I. M. Bruce will open a livery and feed stable in the Menefeo building on Depot street in a few daya- . iiavk opened a feed and livery stable, in the Meuefee building on Depot street and hope my friends will remember me when they want feed, hitch or livery ol any kind. I M. Bruce. I Tiiosb who braved the blizzud and attended tho entertainment givon by Prof. Byron W. King, of Pittsburg, at Wal- tou b Opera House, Wednesday night, and an unusually large crowd did, have Miss Mary Harris, of the College, to thank for a most delightful evening. It was sho who secured the professor to appear for the benefit of her art room, and It was through her and her admirable little corps of ticket sellers that so many were present. The professor is a master of elocution and an actor of decided ability and versatility. His changes from the grave to the gay, from the light to the profound and from the humorous to the solemn, douo bo rapidly and bo successfully, mark him as a genius and elicited rounds of applause. The death scone of Poor Rough, tho miner, in a Bhanty nith a lone watcher wai so exceedingly realistic that tears came to eyes unused to weep. His representa tionnf Shakespearean characters was also very tine, his jokea were fresh and well told and his rendition of the chariot race an almost faultless one. The performance made him friends of all present and there is a general wish that he will visit us again. Miss Harris got '.'3 for her part anil sho has reason to be really pleased. " MATRIMOHIALMATTERS. Mies Katherlne, daughter of Chief Justice Fuller, was married at Washington to Theodore 8. Beecher, of Buffalo, N. Y. John F. Hughes, of McKinney, and Miss Jennie Colfey, a Turneraville belle, were married at Mr. N. W. Hughes' The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House Im- 3 Tuestiay. W. F. Taylor, auditor of the city of Covington, and Miss Mabel O Brookfl, nlsool Covington, were married in Danville Monday night. A groom of 71 and a bride ol CO were married In North Adams, Mass., recently. The groom has outlived five wivep, the bride had only one other husband. Arthur Richards, aged 23, and Miss Uorda Moore, the pretty 11 year-oldaughter of R.N Moore, of the Mt. S lem section, drove to Stanlord Wednes day and were married at the courthouse by Judge Davison Anmlle RivtB Chanler, authoress of tho "Quick nnd the Dead," who was divorced only a few months ago, was mar ried at the homo of her father, mar Charlottsville, a , Tuesday, to Prince Pierre Tronbetzkoy, a Russian nobleman They will nsido in London. G. A. Richards and Mrs. Lucy Rich-nrboth of the Mt. Salem section, were Tuesday by married at the court-houJudge DaviBon. Tho bride is the widow of Mr. W. T. Richards, a brother of trie groom, and is an exceedingly handanme d woman of 22 summers. Her first died about two years ago. Geo.Moberly, 18, and Miss Myrtle B. liuisenhorry, 14, of Ford, eloped in a buggy to Lexington to get married, but a cruel policeman arrested the would he groom and found l)o cents and a piBtol in his pockets. He wbb taken to jail, the wedding did not occur ami me children were taken home Sunday by their papBS. On the evening of the lSth at the homo of tiie bride, Mr. William Lawrence and Mies Mary L. Ytnie weie united in the holy bonds of wedlock. Rev. W. M. Anderson, of, Louisville, officiated. Mr. Lawrence is n young man ol industry, accomplishment and good morals Miss White's name ma Bynonym for refinement. Tney are expected to be successful in life. Srott Anderson. d dt, se In the line of Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades, Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danvili.k and see A. E. GIBBONS, of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central Kentucky. Next door to Farmers National Hank, Main Street, and examine one "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST." Remember This When you get ready to buy Carpets or Matting. I i i Ml We carry only DEATHrSD0INCs7 vllle. Mh. F. KnrinizB. fluent of Hock OaMle Dihaitointki). Alfred A. Bistin, who was a portion of yesterday nas juai returned irom with Mr. Jolin K. HtiKbefl, on biH way to not particularly struck with the legisla tive menagerie. He pays that any five visit bi wife at l.exliKton. W. II. Hiuoi.nb enter-tilne- d men from Highland make a better ap Mh. andMiib. Tuesday night In honor ol Mr. pearance than the 7 Mrs. Nannie Hourigan, mother of Dr. R. R. Hourigan, died at her home near Lebanon Feb. IS. Died at Rockford, 111 , of typhoid fever Tuesday night, JameB P. Ciow, on ly boh of Mr. O. J. Crow, of this county, aged ;tl vears. For some time past he W. H McKlnney, when a Blimp-tuo- u and Mr. Mu. W. K Cook, the clover Highland has b-engaged in selling school sup good time whb supper and a general prccent wire meri'hanl, will move his stick of goods plies in the Northwest and had not been bad. Among tbn olherri to Bethel Kidge, Casey county, next honu- - since last June. He expected to MiBcefl Annie, Mary Riid Lucy Alcorn week. He has purchased 100 acreB of Annie MeKinnev. Miry L'owen. F.iiiiiir timber laud and will divide bis time be come in a few days, when he was stricken down, and Wednesday, his father, Martin, Mary Harriw and Georgia I.win tween getting out lumber and selling who went ill response to a telegram, and MeHre. P. M. McUobortB. H U. Den- goods brought his body here and in the presny, J. S. Welln, J. N. SniindeiH, 0. K. Tiikiik are no liquors in sight at Kd ence of relatives and friends, it was laid M. l.ogiiii. Tate and Kev. S. Kkv. W. I. F.ilih. wlio wan culled here Wilkinson's barber shop, but it looks away in Butl.ilo Cemetery. Mr. Crow wan for a number of years Biiccessfully to preach the funeral of Mra. Bledaoe, mightily like he is running a bar-roool We do not charge that he is selling whis engaged in tho drug business at McKinarrived Wednesday after a number disagreeable. HXjnirienccH on the road, ky, but tiie signs are decidedly against ney and also bandied some line horses, go cmiPfil I.,-- wrecks, Ac. He is in line him even to a casual observer. Go and but he became involved and bail to into other business. He married a MIsb him! Hay be in much pleased with see for yourself. health c Williams, ol Hardin county, and she bin church, whose members are uympa-thetiCot. Chadixkk's notice of the I.ntkii-io- ii with two children, a boy and a girl, are Af and kind to a marked degree. JonisAi.V 'Jlst birthday wbb exceed ago he ter seeing moat ol his old Iriends who ingly characteristic. He seams to have left to feel his loss. A few years joined the Christian church and his privilege again, are delighted to have the forgotten what he was writing about and changed Mr. KIUb will return to Memphis today. got to discoursing on marriage, which friends Bay he was a thoroughly man. He was a Knight Templar in good subject seems to occupy his mind to tho standing and that of itself is high praife. CITY AND VICINITY. exclusion of everything else. A warmer heart never heat in human Si'icrACLta lilted by iJanks. breast and his death will cause great sadAon'lTTKi). The Wichita, Kas., Kagle ness. Mrs. aaya that Judge W. P. Campbell FokHalk. My house and lot. wbb hon Alter a lingering illness of a compliWm. Geer. orably acquitted of obtaining fees illegal- cation of diseases, Mrs. Martha Ix)uise, ly and his accusers roundly roasted by wife of Mr J. 8. BledBoe, breathed her Wiiitk seed oat for sale. J. II. Baugh-ma- tho judge who heard the caao to disbar last at S o'clock Tueeday morning. She A Co. him. The charges seem lo have been had gradually worn out and her death was made at the instance of a pettifogger by similar to the passing into a sweet slumA Utti.k boy arrived at Charley violators of the prohibition law. yesterday. ber. Having made peace with her God J. Oami-iikll- , hue-ban- The Best Goods Money Can Buy. We guarantee the colors in our all wool Carpets. than others ask, quality considered. Wool, no jute or cow hair. The prices are less The chain and filling are Pure ti law-maker- s. -ii Newest & Best Patterns Coming in every day. Come and see them. SEVERANCE & SON. CHURCH AFFAIRS. Rev. II. C. MorriBon'e meeting at Leitchtiield brought 121 persons into the fold. n Cier-houft- Wantxik ter. Warren Freflh, yellow country butA Shanks. carries the largest and best selected lines stationery, tab2Vi have a new line ol W. B. McKnb-ert- in this part of the country and those leland writing paper. needing such things would do well to consult hun. He is an artist in decoraTen cent ink tahleta for Bix cents or tions and can aid you wonderfully in two lor 10 cents. Best in town. Craig producing the best ellects. See his ad. on this page. fc Hocker. a. - Mh. A. K. Giiiiions, the Danville dealer in wall paper, artist materials, Ac, IUh nrnM rno Miss Sarah Aesoitrsl) canned Soups, French Peas, Mushrooms, Olivia and wedding lunch Jane Reynolds, daughter of Mr. Milton Reynolds, of McKinney, who fell in tha at Warren A Shanks'. ilre last week and w badly hurried New mackerel, cod (lab, kraut, about the stomach, died from the eflccts and maple syrup, Boston baked a few days ago. She was 1TJ years old bean, at Higgins A McKinney's. and her mind had been in a feeble con.. dition for a number of years. She had Puhe Dii roc pigs, lour months old, lived with her brother, Mr. Rice Reyto register, for male and female, subj-nolds, Bince the death of her mother, a sale by W. II. Higgins.' Sons. few years ago. rented the bouse of W. A. Tkidiilu Kmitv. Being somewhat interested Mrs. Annie McClary, advertised in last in State claims, we wrote to Auditor untie, to Mrs. Mary llnglem.ui. Sum II. Stone, asking when certain oneB Takk your watch and clock repairs to would lie paid, and he replied that it do Danke'. Two men constantly at work at pended entirely on the action of the Legislature. II it allow tho borrowing the bench. All work warranted. of some money and raise the tax rate, Kkmhmukii we have on hand at all he thinks that pressing claims may be times the very best olJellico and Laurel met in the next few month and a genercoals. Give us a call. J. H. Bauglimin al clean up by Fall. mil-taNew-Orlean- s ct A Co. m poBt-olIlc- Tim banks and the through the loin foolery ol celebrating by Washington's birth-daup shop. abutting will go Ting afternoon at '2 o'clock the cla.ssts of Mipses Mary Cowen and Mary Harris will give an enter- i i Tim Stanford Water, Light ami Ice Co. tainment in the has Binul the town of Rowland for $150, College Chapel in the amount olita two last quartern' wahonor of the ter rent, upon which it defaulted. birthday of him Kvkuy member requested to be ores who whb first in ent at the Maccabi meeting next Mon- war, first peace and tirstlin tbo hearts of day night. Business of unusual impor his countrymen. It will consist of Natauce. Joo F. WaterB, commander. tional songs, a hatchet drill and essays i and readings appropriate to the occasion. Tiikiik aru 70 Commonwealth cases on There will be no charge and all who atbetho docket of the circuit court, which tend will bo welcomed. Monday, but as 26 of them aro gins A nkw R. R. Col. Albert E. Boone, against Judge T. L. Sbelton for violation likely representing what he calls tho Black Diaof the liquor laws, which will not 1b not so mond railroad, has issued a circular anamount to anything, the list might bo imagined. nouncing that a trunk line will bo made formidable hb auoopoil down from Chicago to Savannah, Ga., which A mi Bnorting blizzard by biiow, will be more than 500 miles shorter than on ua Tueeday accompanied any other route. Ho Bays the route . has fallen at intervals for three neverest one of the through Kentucky will be by Jeilico, to Su Cumberland Falls, Stanfoid, High Bridge, winter and Bent the mercury down Bignal service, Frankfort and Carrollton, a diatance of 4..i mnrnini?. The will 215 miles. Only two tunnels will be which peraiata in fooling ue, says it necesBHry to flecure a maximum grade of bo fair nnil warmer louay. feet to the mile. The Black Diamond indebted to Prof. Byron W, will pass through 11 counties in KenWKaro Elotucky: Carroll, Henry, Owen, Franklin, King, of King'B School of Oratory, for a copy Anderson, Woodford, Mercer, Jessamine, cution and Dramatic culture, Boylo, Garrard, Lincoln, Rocscaatle, Pu. ..!. i. v. nnw in its eighth edition ol Speech and Success laski and Whitley. The road would be a ontitled "Practice pronouuceu uuu big thing for all of them and we hone ful Selections," which la valuablo publications of the J Col. Boone may bo able to carry bis plans of the moBt lUIUUgU. eort now before the public. i,i.-1i.u-nntli- when a child of 15, the thought ol death troubled her not and she had frequently expressed her willingness to go to her tlnal resting place. Mrs, Bledsou was a Miss Sharp and she was married on Nov. 115, 1815, to the man who survives her, who was then a farmer in Christian county. At the close of the war Mr. and Mrs. Bledsoe moved to Jessamine conn, ty where tl.ey remained several yeara and later on went to Hustonville, where Mr. Bledsoe engBged in the mercantile business In 1SS0 they came to Stanford and have since lived with their only child, tho wife of Circuit Clerk James P. Bailey. Mrs Bledsoe had eight sisters and brothers, but all have joined the silent majority except Mrs. II. 0. Wallace, of Lexington, Mo., who made her a visit three yeaiB ago. Sho was born July 1, 1S2I, and was less than a month younger thau her husband. Mrs. Bledsoe first joined tbo Presbyterian church, but Boon alter her marriage united with tho Christian church and has been a devoted member Bince. A great admirer of Rev. W. K. Kllis, she had frequently expressed a desire to have him preach her funeral and ho was telegraphed for from Mem phis and arrived in time to deliver a beautiful and touching discourse over tho remaiuB at the Ciiristian church Wednesday afternoon, after which she was laid forest in Bullalo Cemetery. A good woman has gone to tier reward and a fond husband and loving daughter are crushed by their loes. May Ho that tempers the wind to the shorn lamb help them in their time of trouble to realize that their loss is her gain Bnd that Ho doetb all things well. continuous Fair circuit for Kentucky was arranged at Louisville this week and permanent ollicess were elected as follows: W. I. Samuels, of Bards-towpresident: J. It. Collier, of FrankA. R. Carothers, of lin, Bardstown, secretary; Samuel Lyons, of Danville, treasurer. Dates wero arranged so that each association waa allotted a week and they are to hold at least three dayB each. Beginning at Sharpaburg, July 20, Winchester baa the week of the 27th, Danville of August.!, Campbolla-villoo- f 10th, Springfield of 17th, Lebanon of 21th, Bardstown of 31st, Bowling Green ol Sept. 7, Frankliu of 14th, Padu-caof 21st; open dato (probably Henderson) ol 2Stb; Owenaboro, Oct. 5. W. M. Howard, tho populist Congressman from Georgia, who disgusted our people when he lectured here, is the subiect of much caustic criticism for his drunken behavior at Washington. The two year old daughter of William Wilson, of Canfield, O., was poison-eto death by eating matchea. Wednesday was the 32d anniversary of the institution of the order of Knights ol Pythiaa. A n, t; b It is estimated that of Japan's popu lation of 42,000,000, 37,000,000 are etill worshipers of idols. The Christian church, appreciating the paat work of the Rev. Mr. Ballou, hae employed him for another year. Mt. Vernon Kigle. Lent began Wednesday, but no one We have only ever thinks of it here. three or four Episcopalians and not so many Catholics. Preaching at the Christian church next Sunday morning and night by Mornthe pastor, Eld. J.T. Sharrard. ing subject, "Monumental Institutions andTt.oir Ltssous." Evening subject, "Liberty, True and False." Baptizing after evening services. Congressmen W. C. Owens and David G. Colsoii, ba) s a Washington dispatch, are in Bociety, and attend teas by day and sippers by night. They seem to take very naturally to the wiiirl of the social circle. When they deck themselves in tlie barbaric splendor of their iuw dress stilts and start out they look every inch "dead swells," and so they are. They are doing society this season for all it is worth. Gov. Busbnell has granted Gov Brailey's reiniBition for Jackson and Walling, but they will not bo brought to Kentucky till after the 27th. It seems to be now thoroughly established that Scott Jackson was both responsible for Pearl Bryan'a ruin and her real murderer. Four men wero killed and seven seriously hurt while experimenting with a log hauler in Michigan. It is inserted that John 1!. Robinson, a South African diamond miner, is worth 00,000.000 N'KWrADVERTIHKMENTS. I am still agent for the Old Reliable Tailoring Establishment of Mo in They put better trimmings and stiffening in their coats than any house the country, consequently the coats hold their shape. BOBN & CO. H. J. McROBERTS. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Come and see the Spring Samples. The Best is the Cheapest. We have sold IPABAKG 2TAVA BOASTK.B COFFffiUB. For years and know it to be Strictly First-Clas- s. Try it iraCffiiUE POTISDS 1TOH A )DJLILAlffio A Dollar's worth goes farther than a dollars worth of Arbuckles'. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. H. C. RUPLEY, PUBLIC SALE Thursday, Feb. a No t Milk I - THE MERCHANT TAILOR Is Receiving his I will ofler (or s.ilo to the highest bidder at my rexulencc one mile South of Huntoimllc on the Muldlcburrf pUc mu 27, 1896, of Three Hone, Colts, yearling Steer, i Jetxvy Heifa horse er, Several head of bheep and Hogs, Wugon and Harness, i Huggy and Harness, Farming Implements, 30 Harrels of Corn, 50 shocks of Fodder, lotol i'oultry, Household and Kitchen Good Miires, One Good All my personal ptopcrty, coneistlnp SPraiTO AW1LD SUMMER Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. THK BL.UK.-- fi Co!, i ASS HERD OF Furniture, .Vc. Terms All sums under $10 cash in hand; over that amount 3 montiis' 1I11.0 011 negotiable paper, parable at th'e Hustonvillv National Hank ,00 TOM V. Duroc Jersey Red Swine ,3.- f.OOCH. .CALL ON. - Clt4tMM F. G--. BRADY, KV., STANFORD, lock. Pigs for sale from the beat types ot Registered Correspondence Solicited llreeders secured from tnn beat herds in several different Slates. Cents. rocket Kcv Checks by Mail for only For KairuaKC and Key Checks, Metal Check, of all kinils. Badges, Hog License Checks, Key Kings, Chains, .Vc Stamping on Metal and general repairing. Shop over M. 1). Elmom's store, 6 Stanford, Ky. DON'T KORUETTHAT SS B.A R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. BIG LINE OF PLOW GEAR, RNBSS, SADDLERY, &c Call and see them. THE FAVORITE MILLS, AT McKINNKY, KY., Have just been overhauled and repaired fiom bo I torn to top by the famous Richmond City Mil Works, of Richmond, Ind , and with capacity now increased, are doing moie and , ler work thau ever before, and with the old reliable I). V Kennedy as head miller, you arc sure of good Flour and fair treatment, lie suie and bring us your grlndiDg and when buying call tor our old aud wall established brands. Favorite Patent, La dies' Favorite and Makers' Choice. DATES A SON, Successor to K, L. Tanner & Farorite Milling Co. All Kinds and at Lowest Prices. d TTTIRIfcTIIN'Gi- - PLOWS, FARRIS & HARDIN. Lx Semi-Week- ly ihteriorJourhji mbllahed Every Tuesday and Friday AT Q PKU YKiVK IX ADVjVNOK TWhin not so paid 32.60 l 7 will be chanced.-- " K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 15 a. m., Train leave Manfoid ctutnitlj; t 4:30 p. m. L.&N. WO, SO, No.- LOCAL TIME CARD. ................ , ix ,. Vo. M, Train going North No. ts, -, " " South " - m 3 IS a m ,.ti 04 p m . 1 ;p 15 p 111 QUEEN & CRESCENT. Tnunt past Junction City as follows: North ..11 ? a m No No. 1 South " 3 g 3 .... .. Note. Nos. 3 and 6 and 0 and 10 run no than Junction City, nor on Sunday. " ioi pmm 8 40 a.c a m " ' 4 ' 6 10 " " .. 3.56 p m ...1.46 pm . ...3.15, .6 00 a m fur-h- am SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. Ihvss.il, tbe London chemist, found tbnt lit ground pepper, linsoetl meal cake, wheat Hour, oat meal, husks of tmiKtnnl itntl several other materials of vegetable origin hntl been introduced an adulterants The total vnluc of coke made last year in the Uuited States amounted it) cost to more than $18,000,000. of American coke comes from the Appalachian coal fields, while l'ennsylvntvia produces three times as much as any other state. Prof. Frederick Starr, of the Uni-- 1 vcrslty of Chicago, has just started on n three months' tour of Mexico and Guatemala in the interest of archaeological science, lie intends to examine the drowned Aztec city nt the bottom of Lake Chapala, ami Investigate the s in the Chapala mountains In the interior of Guatemala. Aluminum is not proving to be of such value for surgical instruments as was expected. It does not oxidize readily, but is deficient In elasticity, and stays bent after pressure. It is also so light that the surgeon does not feel as If he had hold of anything when grasping an instrument made of it Popular Science News. It has long been known that oil and natural gaw exist in Kentucky and Tennessee, and oil men are beginning to givu those states more, attention. Experts who have been over the ground lately report the. existence of both lu- brlcutlug and illuminating oil. and nro confident that there will bo no fain- ine in petroleum for many years to pyg-mie- FOR THE HOME DECORATOR. How to IMn in ArtUtlo mill Inexpensive) ItlHIUI. . . ' lowest Uucklln'H Arnica Salvo Klegant line I. mens and Fmbtmdeiy Material The best salte in the wmld for tic effect that is within reach of the ote, ulcers, salt rheum, fcter sores cuts, bru lessd tetter, MISS I.I CCII. llhAZI.hi, J W McGlNN'IS. J W. COOK, hands, chilblains, torus and all skin eruptions Stanford, Ky ntnntPtir. Ordlmry long roll wall M positively cute, piles, or no pay repuircd. It is In ihargepauit shop In iharge trimming shop. paper, when liiiiif? by an inexperienced liiarameed to give perlect satisfaction or money refunded. Price ij ents per boa Kor sale by THOMAS Y. SHAW, THE RILEY HOUSE hand, IooWh like ini'Mticuce on a V. It. McRoberls, druggist making faces at misery. DANVII.I.K, KV , F. H. K1I.KY, I'roprlntor, Listen. Don't buy 'img-rowall The little daughter ot Mr Kind Webber, HolAd: yoar butcher whore he buys land, .Mass ,tuil a very bad cold and (ouk-- whicli Huildcr and Dealer in All Kinds London, - - - Kontuoky. his coarse, brownish wrapping pnper be had not been able to cure with any thin. of Carriages. Cough a ge him says cent bottle til Chamberlain'sAtlcl that, he rolls the meat in before he put I hate moved to my re Hotel and am bellsi W Molden, merchant Krmed), Kcpal'ini; a Srclalty Work ,1 me and warrant, rcparsd than ever to accommodate, the public on the smooth, light manill.t paper. at Writ llttmhckl, and the neat time All wn.V il mc el to give satitfartK-when ood I.ivcry attached and every convenunc ds This iiron a im liea.ud it oneil liVe a chatm. CJet one of the youngsters in simple iirsd, (five me a call, our patronage vplu itti'. remedr is intended especially for acute throat nnd livtr ed FRANK KII.XY, j inathematies at school to estimate how Inni; dlsea.es siuh as tulds, croup and whooping is a mom for Its cures many sheet of this paper you will ceugh, aim giving it to children lorTftotn la no II cnnUms danger in need to eoer the walls of the room nothing Injurious Splendid Farm For For sale by Craig .V Il ler, Stanford, Ky. that needs allowing each sheet to oterlup the one next it. The While, tmuchitn; out to h cemetery Or Exchange. butcher will buy the prper for you at near Central City, W. Vn., Hov. Jtwo wholesale less than you can buy" it for. clmp-peHug-stalY P pa-pe- No wouinn ouirhtto be her own nnner- if she enu jiosslbly employ or to do the work Tor her. V' jvuiiiiuifr p nim ,OWii no steplndder, the reaching, the standing, nil are tiresome, more 1,0 to woman than to a man. mid particularly injurious to many women who are not well. lint if a wouinn must be her own or live in rags anil dirt, here is a way to secure cleanliness and artishnnp-e- r wnoly 1 11 Social equality wont even go in Boston, much less in Kentucky and the South. "I.HHt week Bishop Arnett, of Wilberlorco, Ohio, the "onior I itdiop of the African Methodist Kpteooptd Church, was the miest of the (Jlmntiin Kndtuvor Societies ol Brston snd a committee met him pan hia arrival there nnd eBCOrted him to three hotels in snivePBion, and he tvne refused admission to each on on nrcount of Ida color " 11 J. S. OWSLEY, JR., A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, Is a candidate for Ccng'ess in this, the Klghlli District, subject to the action ol the Deinociatu Tarty. Stanford, Ky. Bricklayer : Stonecutter ee. Office over McKoberts' llullding Drugstore In the Owsley Stanford, Kentucky. Guarantee First Class wuik III every par'i i lar l'rices reasuiiatile lias bad n years' 91 im rienit. TO TH3J IjA.BI2JS I New goods ol the latest styles u,t received. Call In and sec the Isrgjst and best assurind line eter brought to Sunlonl l'rices as low as the r. 1 5 1 r I I Sale Con Get n II Florida furnishes the country from 3,000,000 to 4,000,000 boxes of orange,Absolutely Puro.l a year. Georgia ships over 10,000 car- loads of watermelons every wtiMin. In A cream of tartar baking pow- the aggregate the shipment of early der. Highest of all in leavening fruits nnd vegetables north and west strength. Latest United States prounoiy amounts to 50,000,000 a year, ine business Is Increasing very rap- Government rood Report. idly. Ten years ago it was of triflinir ROYALtBAKING POWDER CO., importance. IOC Wall Stroet, Now Yorfe. Viper's blood It is that contains the poisonous substance which makes the animal's bite fatal, according to the researches of MM. Itcrtrnud and c J. F. MARKER, Proprietor, Phisalix. It contains also an element that stands heat longer than Somerset, - - Kentucky. the venom, so that blood heated to 6S degrees centigrade proved no't only iu- Rates TWO DOLLARS Tar Dav. nocuous when injectel intogulneapigs, throughout. Large Remodeled and refurnished but rendered immune agninst injec- and Commodious Sample Rooms. Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. tions of blood that had not been heated. Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 In Germany C.02C s of diph- M. S. IlAUGMMAN. J. W. ItAUCHMAN. thcria have been treated by serum in- ocislation, 2,400 of them in hospitals, according to a report x" the govern- incut's medical department. Of these PROPRIETORS C.5 per cent, reeotered, 12.9 per cent, died, and the rest wen still under treat- JLJTVERY, FEED & SALE ment. In the. hospitals alone the cures were S0.5 and the deatlis 19.3 per cent, STABLE, The remarks attached to the rejwrts of the cases highly Stanford, - - Kentucky. treatment were4.S71 arid favorable to the in unfavorable in j POWDER comc- - BARKER HOUSE, anti-toxi- Tune your eyes up to recognizing straight lines when you e them, and csehew the nast- - not. Learn tod rive a tack with a few short, true blows. Any woman can do this after ten minutes' practice out in the Bhcd with a bit of soft board fastened on the wall for a target, no mutter what man in his might sat s. Then paper your walls. If you be- gin at the top and lap the next lower row up oter'the pnjer, each layer in time will collect tiny moldings of dust, Therefore, begin al the baseboard. Put one row all the wav around (he room and tack the side seams only. The ef- feet when the room is all papered is nmnzingly good. If the ceiling is bad nnd you can't afford to have It tinted, cover It with 1Kb or tennis net caught in the center and carried away to the corners and sides. A jolly frieze for such a rom as ibis is made of slender upright panels of civamy card luiiriug sprays of golden lod painted by the artist of the family. There are o many kinds of golden-rono two panels need be alike. In- st"ad of making t4n frieze continuous d; simply of brass-bende- d tacks. Hoseberry, who whs to preach the funer On pik tao Hull Keep you al of a little cirl, broke ranks and took h Dudderar, J eye on the 1'are I'eme Sio (abb, tains I. Dswsok.J II llnght. K drink of whisky from s bottle he bad in Kl Carter, II Chsncelbr and niliers who have us- 140 ed II. 9 jm G A I'KY miles Fast nl llustonville him and his pocket. The marshal s before the city arresting him, took tit judu'e who fined him fill. 111 Hl,Kuf r.l K Agent for liuoln Countv. I Acres of Flue Laud, 1. SPRING AND SUMMKK. put ca-se- M.S.&J.W.Baughman, CO. j for rates. II you need livery give u a call. Nothing out Srst-cliturnouts will leave our stable. See ui ss In our BLACKSMITH SHOP. s Will guarsntoe liy our nors Ant-clasos WINTER FLANNELS. Although Kiprnnlrts Thry Arc been decorated in this fashion, not for economy's sake, but lneauf the pro- prietor of the. tiiwrtnuMit has a pretty tnney for not el thing, has a yellow niatting on the lloor, with green figures seatten.il through it. The jrtiefes nrc ""mIc. of stuff and the Kla draperies under the he.ivy tlrnp- eries at the windows are made of n euri- ous oriental-lookinHull, which is nothing on earth but mosquito netting dipped in yellow dye nnd wound in a twist about a small stick ,unt-idry, leaving it n mass of crinkly wines. Jenness Miller Monthly. sage-green n panel over eaeli enin in ixly. An nttic room In 11 hoii'-- that has IVjple ate KrowinC mure and more in the habil of looking to Craig fc llockvr lor the latest anil They best of eerythtli(j ill the drug line. Daily opemning New Hals, flower and lacesl sell ChrimbcrUm's Cough Remedy, famous lor its tVe give the assurance to the trade that they wil cures of tad 10I Is, croup and whipping cough. find ill our iiiuhllshnicnt the same esilusivrness W hen in need of surh a medicine cite tms I cm n style of patterns, hats and b..iilieU and all the edva trial and you will be more than pie ised with leading noteltle in Millmerv for whu h we ate the result known throughout the tommy I have secured a hist-- i lass trimieer fur the seafor sale by Craig .t Hotter, Siiofiird, Ky. son. Thanking you l"r pasl fav.rs, c rcspeit-fullsotu.it your paironige heieluloir so In irally Threw Away His Cane. M 1) nrilDKKAK- Ut.wed KA I K III DHKKAK Mfiager. Mr t) Wiley, ft postmaster. HUik Cieel, N V., was ko badly a'Uicted with rbeumilitm that he was only ahle to hobble around with cants, and Altec us ng tcn then it i.iitc.1 him great pain Much impicv-e- d Chamberlain's t'ain lUlm he was so He this J that he ihrtw aay his cine : : liniment did him more goo.1 than all other medt-cidand ticatmeut put together .NUiij Sneel, C)(,( Oltica on r .tc the - Kor talc at s and , cents per Bottle by Craig & Iloclcr, Maalutd Ky ..'7 Oibceon l.tncavlet Street, piMne the Court House Collections re. wve npttlil attentb n S All Froo Those who have uted Or Kmg's New DImtov cry know Its value and those who havw not. have I'roptietors uf TIIK III sIl.INC. INSl RANCH MAN, Call on the ati- now- - the uptxirtunlty tu try it fir ttrtiwd druKit and eel a tlial bXtleftee Send your name to It K Huiklen .V Co , L'hicaC", and SrANF'MlD. KV get a trial boitl of Dr. King's Ne Lite 1'ills as well as a copy of .mde to Health and Household Having thought ol P tV f.rcea 'us Llverr tius InMruitor flee All of whuh Is guaisateed to d. Who represents the Old Reliable Mb tugan Mutuad'trd ni Detroit Ins'iranie jou Bolhing al A. K 1'enny's al iffyou all the most favof rahie plansMuh. can llutt and u lurttitn buggies sad horsrs, we sts yiu good and prepared ol Innir write drugstore. ance He a. so represents the ',A re ial'.M Central Something to Beautify the Ladies. Well Improved and in an esiellent neighborhood Land lies well Will e hang" for a smaller or a cheaper place in (his or any goot county in Ihs Mate or wuuld tale a lean si k of gluts lies and haulware in part payment III some live town, or will sell for part cash, balanie in fite years' iliue or longer if dcsiied. I or further itartu ulars .til K. 11. KKNNKIiV, oisor address, 8) 1111 Huslonsille, Ky. DB. V7". B. PEirirsr. W. S. BTJUCH, Attorney at Law, m .icutlNl, Stun, oid, Ky. . Sinn lord, Kenttieky. I'ai-Om- GEO. B. COOPER, m. vr. joeostsoit, 1 Livery and I'ecd Stable, i( t. Froo Pills. Srnd your address to Chicago, and gel a tree sample bos of lr. king's New Life fills. A trial will conviuce you of their meins. I'hte pills are easy In .cWH and are pili.ulaily iHectlve m the line ol constipation and sick headache For malaria and liver troub lesthey have been proved msal'iadle Thev are guaiauteed 10 be perfectly Ine from iery delete nuus luUltsu' nnd to be purely vegetable 'I hey do not wiakeo ly their action, but by giving lone to the slomah and buwvls greally insigoiate the system Regular si. c ii. per bos Sold by W. II. .Ultobfiis, druggist. II K. Mutklcis A Co.. VVarchni.,e of I uis Ule Ky ami will be glad to hase a literal share ol your patronage. Will be leady to unler ail the las 'is that an be Liberal rash aritanr. given by any warehoo, menta mad on innsigssaenis, buth in the wan-ho- use I will he at iauford every and country tmirl day I'aitiea wastliutr bngsheeds, pnxes str Tobano FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS money should addicts me at I'romptatlcntian guaranteed l'a'ot Iuk, tj FOR SALE-- K EXCHANGE Oh thoit ivMkc The trateliag uMh l fiad ut alwats ready aad willing to luraith Ilrum-mi't aguas, cither single or double, or Cain ages of a I kinds al very LOW PRICKS Ths boy s Imtli Ky. pie toin and around Mop will al w fiad us the pets deal ,1 n wlm us when in al m couits and entretaiameatt and ytmr horse aad ve blcle will be well tared for G. II COIH'KK 7 Myrs House Stable, Stanford, Ky g l work snoer. and satiifactor A. O. Lankan. There are few nrtieW tint purse so heat fly as a first-class celt j. Nr. Jokn B. Castleman. ROYAL Insurance Company OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE because, like whoIcEome flour swid WILLIAM SlIKLTON, President Or STANIOKD, KV , wholesome ment, they are necessities, ' MRS. NANNIE S. .sAL'KI.KV, Lady Pnn.ipsl Is now fully orgsoncJ and resdy lor busmen wilb seldom cost less than two dollars Miss Kmoa L. Mania, Pesiding Teacher in the apiece. A grant many people must go Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. Sludr Hall, without some other necessity. In oldMiss Mary Cowen, Principsl ol the Musi lie Surplus, . 20,000. &CASTLEMAjX fashioned times people knitted all their partiuent SUCCESSOR to TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL stockings, and it was not an unsiirMiss Mary P. Harris. Principal ..( the Depart MANAGERS, HANK OH STANfORD, ments 01 Art and Mociuti n. mountable task. Where there is plenty Now cloning up) with the sarat assela and undsi I. Commerce Building, Louisville, of leisure, It is a possible thii g to ihe same management Next Session wi'l Begin Wednes By provisions of Its chaiter, depositors are undershirts in ribbed pattern of Sax- -' si Agents throughout the South fully protected is 1111 depositors In Nstloaal day, January 22. Jitt'e left." ony yarn, which should 1h shrunk In- -' llsnks, Its shaicholdeis be.ng held Individually countraveling ;n the fore It knit. Such undershirts will Kor terms, Ar, sen I forCirruUr r all at dhe llaole to the e sleet ol the amount of their Hoc W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, outwear is11113- sbirt.s bought in the mar- tryWhile learned to shavowest'Tii the therein at the par value therent, in addition to Ihe he without Coheirs amount invested in suih shares It may act sa STANFORD, KY III STOX VILLI-- K., ket at three times their price. It is aid of a mirror. Long afterward, while esecutnr, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully as attending some gathering of ministers, in individual not possble to get nny ribbed underIs elllng goods cheaper then e.rr My Sprn g lu those who entrusted their liuisuicss lo nl VOU AREGOINO ..IK wear that will not shrink in time, but he got ui) early and was discotercd I. ila sre arriving rvery d v Sn4 I do not hesitate while mnaguig ths Lincoln National Hank jl by his friend standing face to u blank to Si) that iu tvery line the assortment Stantoid, e i here tender our many thanks and these liomemnde shirts are as nearly OKHfSIONVILLK. it comthey will their I'lishrinkable a.s it is possible to hate'""11 to perform the net of shatiug. plete and tiiutupio date in style, tuality and Wih carrr a full line ol rtpnne rlier f'hillr.1 trust us, offeringmntiuuc to tranaait promptbusinss; with as a guarantee for alteraTHE although there wns a good mirror in prices. know I am in position t nuke special')-Lo- Plows, Silver Steel Plows aud repairs fur itie tion to same, our twenty years espeneoce is these garments. Invalids and little Gale and other leading Istming Implemrnt. The banking andas liberal aceuinmndatiotis as are Prices and I will pay your toil if you don t Waller A. Wood Mower aid Reaper Machines, children always should be provided the room. In answer to his friend's with sound banking. with shirts in this way if it U possible. surprised question, he said that he had find it so Don't buy your Dresu. your Suit, your Cultivators of ihe lest ,ua!ity, best lluggie for JHMscToas; and Carriages of or ykurCarpot unlil you see what lean do the money, Ph.ietout, Mirre It is also possible to make very com- not used a looking glass for 30 yenra. Shoes the richest Ullties and lantle.t and latest stylet. J J. WlllUms, Ml. VerntHii "The last time I looked in one," he for tiu, S. I) VOW LLL. Salesman he best grade uf light Ixiggt harness and Ihe . It Shanks, Mauford, fortable garments out of flannel. In hamet, bridles for farm Men's buns from J, S Owslty, Stanford; CLOTIItNd order to increase their warmth thry said, with a eurioiu drawing in of the Jj 50 up cheaper grades Coilsrs, s'rap work of all kind purposes, breeching and pains, tiom gooup l'urni!"re of all dpcriptioii. I rink., hags, travS J. F.mkry, Stanford; should be made double aeross the cheat corners of his mouth that always ac-- Youths' bints, long suits from Hoys' Knee Pants vi up eling telescopes, horse blankets, LouiiviLLC a NasHVlltc R. R. slot e J. II Owsley, stanlord; fh's is 13 to jo per cent, cheaper than last year and stove futures Ivc, all ut buggy rugs,myites and bowels, and the wains may be con- - fompanied a joke, "I got so little en which he J F Casn, Stanford, thought 1 wouldn't try DRKs3 GOOD- -. All the latest things in your attention an inspection and promise to deal rented lietween the double layers. It is tourageinent William Gooch, Slautard, Henriettas, I'ncuii, silks, Silirw and Vel- justly and act honorably with you In all s Is the line for you, as its not universally known that two layers it again." GuoU set of Blacksmith's Tools, complete, A. W. Carpenter, Mlllodgeville, He did not eagerly enjoy hnving a vets at bottom pttius of flannel are much wnrmer than is one GINGHAMS. All colors In Apron Checks at tnsellonvery reasonable terms, and Blacksmith W 'H. Cumuuin, Preachers i lit Shop for it nl In best location in town only one Dress do. at ' .c, worth 16.. of double thickness wot en in one. piece. joke turned on himself, but sometimes 5 ce its. S. H. Shaaks.'Presidcnt. Malce'close connections at WH1TK sad Laces smith he fully appreciated it. One day a shiftX. Y. Tribune. D. S CARPKNTKII. 80 tf Dr.:j ll. OwsJey, Cashier, that will ploate the most fastidious at prices to LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI less neighbor called ami asked if he suit. Hiialontille, Ky. W M llrlght, Teller. y Kor all points. MUSLIN Bleached and unbleached in evi-I'nptirdonuble Presumption. had a wheelbarrow. luality that is 10 be found inn stoie TUROUGH TICKETS SOLI). "You know those people that lite in "Yes," replied the clergyman, "but 1 Special prlctson IoIhilco canvas : : BAGGAGE CHECKED THKOUOH house across the way that sllllt S, Collais, Lulls and Neckwear in don't lend it." NATIONAL BANK of For any information vanity, frim a the Ouiupersons, or some such name?" "Well," said the neighbor promptly, to the finest Madris geod, strong wuik shirt at Jfc JOES. KICK. Agent, loth Stanford, Ky OF STANFORD. KV. "Yes, 1 know them when see thein." "did I ask for it?" fit and suit any man, wo rS'DKIIWKAK-- Tu "I have a passing acquaintance with This pleased the old minister so man or child If thrrt is any one linn that claims HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. SildKS Capital Stock them. Speak to them when 1 meetaiiy much that the neighbor presently de- suK'ti(ii!iy in mv stock it is Snots. The aoth Utters SlOO.OOO o the people ol West LinCentury loc, sijuaro 10c un nil of them on the street. Well, one of the parted trundling the cherished wheel- dilfrreiit lasts, the loug. save joulrom joe totbe coln and his services hull stuck of Collins Surplus Catey Counties. $1 arid will Only Duect Liue Between and Caskets always on hand. girls stopped me while 1 was out walk- barrow with the old man's full consent. a pair on them. "Try me.'' D ri. Carpenter, Manager. 93 CAKHElSand M.1 I ING All wen- adtanc l,ut?'"- " ,'nv';'l ing the other morning. She mid: '"0 Chicago .News. ed on the ao'.h of Jautiary, but I bought mine hilliiiliiliooslir National Hank, in Stanford 'Miss Highfly, your house wasn't broprovisions can sell them at wholesale prices and Shortest and quickest between the National Hank I can I the no forwill take InII trade hides leather gel Under the are secured ofnot only by the capital II A I'louer. on lor cash or rllLIliO. Stanlurd oral my home iu Olten stock, but by the stockholders' liability lor M Frankfort, Georgetown and Paria, ken Into last night and robbed, was it?' Magaine Chirac.. U'lhlWould you not make money. iJl'KKNSWARK ! have it in all the staple Court at IMitor 1 said: 'No. amount equal lo the stock, so Oarlialo, Mayavillo, Oynthlana, WIIJ'V And she mid: articles and at very low prices depositors ol this institution are secured by athat of $400,000 o cents helm. Chili. Knnsliu, Tanner. GKOC:HIIS -- Ail.ULkle'sCollee fund Falmouth and Covington. 'I'm glad to hear it. I dreamed last like to contribute nn article to our Green Colfee rive sworn statements of thucundition of the bank jo cents Ask for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains night somebody got into your house symposium on the subject: Is Mar- (naiiulaifd Sugar at a tenet prii e Rico ;c lb. yesrto the United San Francisco. srs made eachassets are caamiucd States Hum run by Central Standard Time. Portland. its 3CansbtT m.itoen or C'Mi at If cents through the kitchen window unci stole riage a Failure'.' Time Table Nov. 3, 1895. by government agents, thus securing staled A 3 lb can Petleil 1'eachrs ,..To the 10 tents addititons Literary Lady (front Chicago) Oh! ever, so many vnluable things.' Think snd perfect safety in depositors. are Csali ..lid tliete piicei ale for No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. This institution, originally established as the of the presumption of it! Dreaming Mr. I'asyeiiair, how could you think Cash. a. m. p. in. p. m. Deposit Hank ol Stanordin iaj8, then 4 15 65$ 00 about us! And they aren't in our set ut me capable of venturing an opinion on tied as the National Hank ol Stanford !. Kranklort A Via The .. . i6 and so 418 7C8 " Klkborn such a subject? IJemember my youth all!" Chicago Tribune. Sclentifio American 48 4 47 Stamping oround 7 ij I am only practically an nnd inexperienced. in the 5 Georgetown....Il... 7 45 5"! Agency It is better supplud 5 7 S" twenties, mid I hate only been married Axr. C. S. Depot An Apnlojrs, J" 0Or,.TV. !" "'V husin.s. p,,m,vT C 5 ' 400 ..830 Paris r iiuviisui iiiuu nar.ita an "Whnt do you think, Ethel, Maude four times. .V. Y. Weekly, honorable career Accounts of corporations Kdu. 10. TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. a. No. m. No. 8. lias accepted that horrid Mr. Individual, respectfully soUc- sW"T.BBBBBBBBBBtsBB VaV id""' p. m. a. in. p. ui. a. v) The Kiirth. ifl'1 iiiiliT j C Sl lOUlSVUtt MtwAlBAMYXCHlCA6QRr(,(C)T Th Directory of this Hank is composed 01 ? i0 w v 3 Paris C "Yes," said Mins Cushion, "Mr. Wick-to- n 637 "You don't say so! V.'hy, he's only 1007 C.fi. Depot Forestua Held, Lincoln county; 6 40 6 40 w (reorgetown U 10 10 5 J5 Only Dining Car Koule From proposed to me." an apology for a num." S.T. Harris, Lincoln; 6 5 7 7 Stamp's Gro'd 10 a8 TO OAVEATft. k.MW TRADE MARlfts. "Indeed,"said her tlearest girl friend; "Yes, thnt's it. Maude says no one 7 '5 .. 10 46 Klkhorn I " J. H. Colliei, Lincoln; 8 If "what was the reply?" 11 00 7 30 JLrr rrankfrt A... DESIQM PATENT8. " should ever refuse to accept an J. W. Hayden, Stanford; "I told him he wanted the earth " COPYRIGHTS. tc. S. H. Haughman,. Lincoln ; Philadelphia Call. SUNDAY TRAINS. rorlnrormatlonondfreo llandliook ttrltota "Wasn't that er just a little exagMUNN A CO. Ml Ilnoaliwar, NEW York. J. S. llocksr, Stanford; Frankfort Pullman Vcstibuled Elegant Love Georgetown 10 10 a. raj arrive OMrht bureau for wciiring patents In America, I'otatoe for Children. gerated?" W.A.Trlbblo.Stauford; Sleepers of Modern Pattern. Kvery patent taken nut hy us Is brought lieforo "ivelnFranVfort 4 jop. m.arrlve Georgetown A mother who Is an authority on M. D. Elmore, Stanford; "Xo. My father owns a lot of brick ttio publlo by a notice given (rvu of cbargo la Uio For maps or any information, address foods advises mothers; to give their yards, you know." Washington Star. S T. P. Hill, atanford; s "Railway and The" Kentucky Midland E. II. HACON FRANK J. RK1D, K. L. Tanner, McKinney; D. P. A . form the shortest and cheapest routs to all children potatoes only twice a week, G. P. Agent, Loulivlile nasnta South, East, North and West. Chicago. nnd then only those thut are baked. Ideas are the factors that lift civVernon.Ky to theirag-entsclrnilatlon of any arfbntlflo pnper In thu For further information apply J. a. Mocker, President; lie sure to call for world. Spleiulldlr llluntruted. No Intelligent They create revolutions. man should )o C. D. BKRCAVV. Gen. Pass. Agent.. Give them boiled rice the other Ave ilisation. Monon Route. without, It. Weekly, tg.'I.OOn Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier; GKO. B. UARPElt, IW'r & Gen.Sup days, and some delicate green veg- There Ls more dj iiainlte in an idea than yivir; at.VJsU montlis. Addresa.MUS.So; CO,. St. Paul. Denver. A A. McKinney, Ant. tViiU!siiU(S, 30 1 Urusulwajr, New York City, Frankfort Ky ; etable every day. N. Y. Post. in muny bombs. Iiishop Vincent. Cashier I well-known, of flannels, 0110 of those neeessitiee which one cannot uvoid. Even though sorely tempted on the score of economy it is common to choose some makt-shif- t. Good flannel., which vcry one ought to be able to obtain, all-wo- ol task the outfit J , WITTY OLD CLERGYMAN. Some of III Srtjing, Tlint ate rtren Handed Doun. Years ago there lived in Connecticut an old minister who was quit' celebrated for his wit. Many of his sayings have been presertud and handed complications may arise Imra the derangement of down from father to son. me orgsn uiti'niuy leminine uvrr muiy vent ago tbe remedy for the In n meeting of ministers one day a "temale need nl a reliable recogmect by I'r It V complaints" was ermon was read, and, according toe us i'lirce then as now, chief consulting hyslcian the World's torn, criticised. It had been read in the touffalo, N. V Dlspcneary andDrImalids' Hotel, at 1'ierce He prepared Kavcr old, tone. One He I'rrscriptirn, the most wonderfully idee live remedy that has ever been ustd fur such malaminister objected to the lone of the dies bcrmon and another found fault with stamps and receive cents In something else. TJle old doctor sat I)rsnd si a ilk- - page 'Common ben it Medical 1'ieice quiUy in his corner until his turn to Adtiscr," illustrated came. "I vou take "'"' tlic tone," he said ri'h "It seems to mc there would be A sing-son- g one-tul litchsu, tellar, flower nst, stable anu other outbuildings, all in first class tepalr , well uf never filling water all kinds uf fiult trees US ..... old, dec'tirea -- he is only 1(1 ... .1 a., inull (rull, , ,llr. Hemem,er w ale Ihe csclutive agctts fur the tonwlB, tbwl W ill sellthean ur etchanee for small farm in a Celebrated talks frequently about her beaux good neighborhood 1 he pis. e u rrnlcsl for &' W Mr. llughsoargem, who will sbow iiic place to Falls Branch Jcllico Goal, womeiimes the irot careful women are the most ,or uriaer tu ,ook lt ont w0 ,, cate.ess. Many a woman bundles heiself up to nlormallon address I II sri.I'MKS'V Also that it will be to the interest of eterybotly levp out sickness, when she is neglecting the vere M N. i.,mrttnc s, ' ungtn, h'y. to tall and see our clean Doineillr Nut Leaf. worst siikntsi that can come to a wamsn. Sh . I' s Centrally located Prices the very loocst Wept, the ask at the a flight disorder to become wort, to slowly allows mines, Iherrfoie are able to sell at the lowest sap her vitality The little pain and the other price Come sill see js slight indu auuns cf trouble seem to her unimpor(fO.nl Coal makes red ashes, no rimlrrs. STANFORD untant She got sun, with increasing sutleruig. NOKI. A SON. til life usell etoTes a drat Ncrtousness .' sink ing spells.'' dlgustite disturbance snd fifty tithir : COLLEGE. Klvr rooaas and I "Aunt Becky" Ambrose, h colon d woman of Montirmerv. W. Va , eaid to be House and Lot in ( rab Orchard, Ky. Coal, Coal, Coal. ,, I FEMALE S1ANI-OKD- . KV Farmers BaiiMTrasl Co Wk -- - JAS. : FRYE, . 1 . SQHTH WEST, D. S. CARPENTER, coa-siite- 1 . . . j i Cash-mere- s, I traniac-lion- Rouble Dally Trains 1 GOODS.-Kmbroiue- iies first-clas- s two-stor- y I en'-le- ss J. T. STJTTOIT, UNDERTAKER, FIRST 1 Sly. Midland R'y, I Cluclunati and Frankfort y..- - e. 1 in 23,700 lr da eovaru-msnta- nd lro-eiie- s 1 1 i k KT(DBTMWIUHT 111 fora 1;' as l"'IC . Ibggs-leiuh.- " BTTKaTTTTtaVHaTBa-- 1 upol-ogy.- iaSr I.OUISYXI.I.E TO CHICAGO. I" connec-tatsu- Mtx&lixt tan-ge- . mxlm 1J1M'J-M"leriM- '.