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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896022501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior Journal. VOL. XXIII. CRAB ORCHARD. LANCASTER. MiBs CARRARD STANFORD. KY TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 25 1896. COUNTY. NO. 102 I i Florence Harris entertained In Our young folka liav betm haviiis lake. honor of some of her friends Tuesday morry time skating on tho Sprinus Mr. lHanc May Hold has moved IiIh evening. Miss Nell Matra entertained some family Irom Lexington and h hs rentfriends IhhI week at the homo of her sis- ed th Mageu property for this yoar. Mr. J. E. Carson Hold threw tint) ter, Mrs Kobt, Kiuuaird. Wm. Burk, a widower (l(J years of Jersey cows this week for i"", two of of Lexington. 'age, whh granted liceinu Saturday to Sayre, thorn wont to J. Mr. Carson's Jersey herd in one of the 'marry Mrs Nancv Jane Clark a widow ?) years of age fluent in America. A ileafand diini'i imtiecilo has been In the Strange to any that beginning t ,lu mil" arrested at Carter .'ille. Ho is reported town limitH and extending from Oral) Orohnrd wo have live midgets, to have cut one nun iu the arm and u bystander with an nxe. the tallest onu not being 15 inches, the -- Hie Ladies' lla.uir, under the man- Btnalltst not over M. Mies Bottle Hlggiiifl has returned ageuient of the B.intist ... hull, u I.i. ,,,,, , .., ....,uss from a very pleasant visit to Somerset been on display for several months in and Danville. Two of Dr. Stapp'M pupils Mr. J. Josepn's dry goods store, has alfrom Uarrodsburg wont home to spend ready brought in hs much at $11. Miss Annie 15. Uoyston, who is Sunday. Mr. and Mm. Will Farris, who were married last week at Silver Creek, teaching this term at Beechwood, awardspent several days with Misses Nannie ed gold medals to two of her most pupils for general average. The and Hettle hlmistou on their return from their bridal tour. Will Brooks, winners are Misses Katie Leo Denny who is looking after home Hllairs while and Janio Doty. The advertising of the bachelors of hia mother and Miss Mollie are visiting in Harrodsburg, says this is Imd weather our city through tho I. J columns is on his cliicKen crop. Mrs. Joe McUlure bringing in its returns, as all such pubis quite sick with malaria. Mr, George lishing through that paper doss. One 0. Webtter, of Indianapolis, who is pro- young man Iihh already received a very prietor of the Keelcy Institute, w as here urgint proposal. this week looking after his interests. The ladies of the Methodist church Mies Snllie CSreen has none to Stanford to gave a court day diunerat Hitnley Sintake t'hnrgo hs housu keeper at the Josh gleton's meat market yesterday, charguph Trice Inllrmnry. Mis Clara Myers, ing only lSe for the meal. Tho object of of Krlsnircr, and Mr. Allen Hiser, of the dinner was to help raise money to Kansas City, are guests of Miss Minnie aid in the building of their now church, Myers. which is being erected bore. Died, Siturday, at tho homo of her Plano, Tk s. Mr. J nines Frye writes pnreiits, a few miles from Lancaster. under date of Feb lit Mi. Arch Frye, Miss Lucy Pollard, iu her Ith year. On Mrs. Jatnei Frye and l arrived here on Monday she attended her the Ith by the way of New Orleans, funeral, Mrs. Betsy Pollard, and on Galveston, Huston ami Dallas. Wit Saturday she had joined the silent mafound the Southern part of the l.one jority. While in the midst of life we Star Slate Iboded on account of the re- are iu death. cent heavy rains, but in full bloom, with Elder Geo. Gowen preached a mod Mowers, ripe strawberries and all kinds of able discourse Sunday night at the union vegetables, ignite a number of Lincoln pervuvB at the Presbjtenan church on county people Mre here, vu T. C. Jasper, "Where doiw ' tho Spirit go after W. It. George. John S. Good, II. 0. Rev. It R. Noel, of Stanford, a former Jones, John U. Frye and others. They Lancaster citizen and an evangelist, are all doing wed ami each at the bend of preached at Herring's school house Sunthe procession in bis business, banker, day afternoon, merchants and farmers. Old Lincoln can -I- nformation has just been received justly be proud of every sou and (laugh hereof tho death in llemingburg of a tor of hers that I have found in this Lancaster citizeu, who lived hero as long Wm will visit Greenlovely country. hiio . VX Mr. L. 15. Cox, age S7, died ville anil Funis ami uxprct to arrive at his home in that city lant week. Ho home about March 1st. was the aged father of Mr. Oicar Tillett What's the matter with Editor Adams' and has a number of lelatiyes iu this town and county. LlHten how he chirps away an embryotic Lee Boyle. of this piace, son of Mi. boom iu hie Pautaraph. Gov. Bradley Robert Boyle, is now in tho Louisville should, iu justicu to himself and his friends in thl State, stop the use jail awaiting his trial for being one ol the mob concerned in the recent West of his name in connection with the presDevers murder near Springfield. Tho He certainly idential nomination. accused will he ably defended bv Hona. knows that he has no chance for nomiP Cooper and S. A. Ituaae'l, of Lebanation, and that this una of his name II. non, and Thomas Humus, of Springfield-Boyle'- s may defeat the choice of all Kentucky trial will come up when court republicans, saving a small number of convenes lu April. politicians who are for any one except J. D. Miller, of Fiatwood, sold a the great protectionist. Kentucky is for saddle horse to Mr. Chenault, of RichMcKinley, and Kentucky should inmond, for JIJO, Jact AduiH, of Taint struct for McKmley. Lick, sold a horse last week to J. W Bob Fnzsimiiioiis needed only one Adams for fiO, Tom Yantis, of Antioch, round and a minute and ;15 seconds to bought a mule of Mrs. Prenchie Graw for Mr. Whlttakor bought a inaro of knock out Peter Maher Friday, on the Mexican side of the Uio Grande, oppo- Crawly Broaddus at $55; 0. P. Stone site Langtry, Tex. A right bander on bought of Nelson Dean a lot of shoats the jaw sent Maher to earth and gayu that averaged 10.5 pounds at !5ic Fitriimiiioiia the title of champion and Mr. W. II. Smith's condition, as we be declared himself ready to defend the have previously noted, is gradually growchampionship against all comers. ing worse. For 20 long years ho has been at once challenged Fitr.iitiimons to aeutlerer from cancer. Ho is growing light for 10,000 or any other sum at any weaker day by day and has gotten so ho place. Fitzsimmous deciluea to accept can take very little n'junsnuieut and the challenge until Corbutt has whipped then mostly lluuids. Mr. Smith was for Maher and Choynski. a number of years engaged m the dry The newspaper reports from day to goods business here and has won the esday show that experimental photographteem of our citizens by bis upright, hon ing with the Roentgen "X rays" is going est dealings with men, and hn true, on all over the country. The impulse of Christian character. research threatens to produce u cra.e TO YE equal to that for bicycling last year or There's Wherritt and W. Dunlap, And tho farmer, tho thrifty Will Cook, roller skating several years ago and for "Dolly Vardeu" colors in the still more Casey Owsley and Palmer and Luik, These each might bo won w ith a look. remote past. For Herndons, there'n Horace and Less, J. II. Cunning, a Catholic priest, and If wo mention the younger of beaux, a resident of Owonsboro, got gloriously Will Embry and Harper aud Hughes, And C. Friable, ho faultless in clothes. drunk and started for Louisville to have a timo. After kicking out several win- "Ran" Harris nnd Noel and West, Marksbury and chipper Eph Brown, dows of a "Texas" train he encountered Brandenburg man, who almost whip- Bob Henry and others of worth a Are all living iu Lanctaster-town- . ped the life out of him. But we finish this sale of young men, Tho Fashion says that the varsouvi-an- a And bachelors wise aud galore. which is a combination of tho polka, With a wish that ye maids may all choose From this stock that is now held in redowa, nisBOurka and glide waltz, Beems store. to have gained permanent favor. Tho art Miss Allio Barker, of Somerset, is of dancing isnotonlv in dispensable to a polite education, but it iu an advanced tbu attractive guest of Miss Betsy Robin son. Mr. Robert Salter, of Danville, was form of physical culture. Kelso, of New York, here at the funeral of his aunt, Mrs Mrs. Kadford shot and killed her two children and Elizabeth Hill. Mrs. W. G. Dunlap, of ' then attempted to kill herself by cutting Lexington, is on a visit to her mother, Adnlino Laudraui. Mis Eudoxla her wristB, but waa caught beforo she Mrs. Moss Is at homo on a short visit from auccoodod. Beaumont College, Harrodsburg. Miss Thanks, vkhv many. The btauford Ellen G. Owsley has returned from a Intkhiok Journal, the au- protracted visit to relatives aud friends tocrat of fashion in country journalism, in Louisville, E'izabuthtown, Now Liberhas just passed its majority although it ty and other points. Mr. 0. M. Woodhas been always of tho stature and dig- ward, of Jessamine, is the guest of Mies nity of the full grown man. It is a most Minnie Wearen, of this county. Mr. welcome visitor to every Banctum, bring- and Mrs. J, S. Johnson are visiting r'la ing inspiration of its own grand success lives in Richmond. Mrs. Elizabeth Hill, widow of Dr. 0, to stimulate to higher endeavors toe brethren of the quill who ever pay to W. P. Hill, died Thursday of heart trouble, .P. Walton the tributes of respect and es in her 80th year. Dr. Hill was a leader in the famous Hill and Evans fued. Her teem. Richmond Register. I Y preached ,,t the Christian long been a "H,,l,"r. ever since alio was 10 years of FrnNy at 2 o'clock bv Elder George ''"en. Her beneficent acta have al- W,'H ,,p,'n ton Apparent to mention1 them. Her home has truly been a home for "IH"y "n "rP,ia K'r'. Her kindness"H to 4I, Bcki ill"rinir, poor and needy ii,n leHt "' her Christian character. Of n,'r u ,,UI "ly be sai.l, "Ah ye bavH whs funeral OF A LOCAL 0""r(,i "' which he had NATURE. "'. - j l,0,M' ",,l l,1H ,,'ltMl of l,,,'H,, 'H nrtVt 'lo""IM",to M'''" MrH Ml" ""'' mr' VIU"1 ,,,,r ''""''and four years. Adaug'i-strucWalter, an only child, "" "'r,',, ,,,"lllr''". beH.dea nmnv relatives ami friends, are left lo mourn the death of u good unman 15 k ter, Mr. F. KrMul - lu NEWSY NOTES. pro-tlcie- nt The postotlice has been taken away from Harrogate. Tenn. The lire insurance c iipanies cleared over a million of dollars iu Kentucky last year. At Lxington a mod doi hit Rhodes Sansbury, an was killed by Miss Hurry with an ax. The gold reserve has pisjed the $100,000,000 mark for the that time since last September. 1 Micheal 1). , Harter 1 grand-moth-er'- 1 ? 1 J'-'-O, Cor-be- tt II.U'llKLOIl-MAID- S. Semi-Weekl- y committed suicide at Ga., without known cause Cuban insurgents burned the jail at Jarrenco, in the province of Havana, and liberated 31 prisoners. It is probablu that ex Gov. James P. Eagto will be a candidate for Congress in the Sixth Arkansas district. The Chicago and Cotton State ex position will open iu Chicago August 1 next, and run three months. At Liibonnt an aitisls' hnll, a fire and panic caused great loss of lift Thus far 10 bodies have been recovered. The 1 10,000 stako money won by Fitziimmotis iu his rlyht ith .Maher has been turned over to the victorious pugilist. The president has refused to pardon Lewis who was sentenced in Georgia for cmbiz'ing National Bank funds. A man uear Frankfort, Ind , threw medicated wheat around hishoufee to kt'l rats. Chickens ato it and 130 died tho next day. A magnificent new seven story building belonging to the Young Woman's Christian Association was opened in Chicago At Harden, O , b rat bit Jesse Sney while the little fellow was asleep aud from tho ell'ects of it be died in a few hours. James DeWitt, of Carter county, in jail at Catlettsburgon a charge of wife murder, has made a confession implicating a man named Rose. William Little, a theological student at Blanchestor, ()., shot the top of hia head oil because ho wiu not progressing rapidly with his studies. A. D.Gilbert, who brutally assaulted a little girl aud then killed her, was bung at Boston, nearly a year after tho commission of the crime. Mrs. Valentine Hurtz, of Dausviile, N. V., is try in? to smash all fasting records, She has not eaten for 31 days and says she is not tho leabt hungry. A C. it O. train ran into tho buggy of Richard nnd John Steele, of Fayette, as they a ere crossing the track at Tabb's Station, and killed bjth of them. By an Lxplosun of dynamite iu a e iburh of Johannesburg, South Africa, or more peoplu wore killed, several hundred were injured and thousands were rendered homeleos. Thert are in Congress 10 editors, and printers. Tho list of editors includes Mesais. Duigloy, Boutelle, Barret, Q ligg and Ouuiminga, aud Senators, Chandler, Hawley, Pntchard, Butler, Pt Her and .Mantle. Eight persons in tho county jail at Vanceburg, attempted to burn the jail and make their escape, but instead they were almost eullocated by the smoke when the jailer discovered the fire r.nd came to their assistance. It is said that Mr. Piatt is using Gov, Morton as a cat's paw for Mr. Reed in tho race for the republican nomination for president, aud that Quy aud others aro introducing "practical politics," especially among colored republicans, to bee uro votes iu tho national convention. Jamos Fitzgerald was hanged at St. Louis for the murder of his sweetheart The execution was delayed four hours to await the action of the governor and when at last the wretch was prepared for it, a scone ensued which whs horrible to contemplate. The rope broke nnd Hie victim fell to the ground begging for his life. It took 36 minutes to get another, aud half dead the wretch was again swung off and slowlv strangled to death Scott Jackson, who doubtless did tho deed himself, makes a long statement ad milting that he agreed with Will Wood to have the abortion performed ou Pearl Bryau and that ho got Walling to do it; that he must have killed her, since he has never heard from her since the uigbt of Jan. 31 and that Walling bad admit ted to him that ho cut the girl's bead oil aud threw it overboard. The alleged confession reads like a lie and as such it will doubtless be proved. soven-yehr-ol- j d E. T. Marciim has been appointed postmaster at Sowellton, RiiRsell county. Morgan Smith, who killod Jon iu Russell county somo time ago. has been captured. Cnarlea Lingar, who is accused of burning his uncle'H Inrn in Bell county, is being pursued by bloodhounds. Dr Blauton is figuring on buildim? a Presbyterian College at Middleeboro, as a feeder f ir Central rmversity. -- The Paragon eays that John II. Wad die, of Somerset, shipped 5,:5o8 dozsn eggs to Cincinnati oue day last week. William Mattuigly, an old soldier at Lebanon, was sentenced to two years' iuiprisjument for malicious wounding. A big reception was given at Lexington Friday night to Governor Bradley by Col. W. R Smith, of the Kentucky University. In a drunken quarrel at Pineville Robert Green stabbed John Hiys, and Hays shot Green twice. Both are seriously hurt. HayB is a youth. Green is a son of Jailer J. M. Green. With the turning over of the London postotlice to a democrat, all tha pres idential postotlices in Kentucky nro in democratic hands. Joseph M. Young will take charge of tho London office in April. McCreary has been importuned from many quarters to bo acandi-dat- e for delegate from the State at large to the National democratic convention, hut he has not decided whether ho w ill enter the race or not. A Lawrencebnrg woman has invent-e- l a skirt holder, which holds up the drees better than it can be done with the hands, leaving those members free for other purposes We hope she'll find that thore's millions in it. The motion for bail in the caee of Leo Boyle, indicted at Lebanon as a member of the mob, was withdrawn and tho prisoner will remain in the Louisville jail until the April term of court at Lebanon. Mrs. Patsy Ann, widow of Liberty Green, died on the Pith at her home near Hustonville. Sue was a half sister of Dr. P W. Logan and the mother of our late townsman, P. W. Green, and is said to have been an excellent lady. FM ward England and John McChord who used to bo cow coroner on this division, prominent lawyers of Lebanon, came to blows in the circuit court room while court was in session there. It took the sherilJ'and several assistants to separate them. Tho Globe Cash Register Co , with a capital stock of $.'0,000, has been organ-izaat Somerset. Beecher Smith is president, J. P. Hornaday, vice president, and J. M. Chiles, secretary aud treasurer. Tho company will manufac ture tho registers in Somerset Mc-Elr- IT IS WITH THIS i oy People - : - Speak -- Of the BARGAINS In- - Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods, Wh ch arc to be had at Jix-Go- v. J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky. AMEB o o HUSTONYILLE, KY. inBYE, West-Dove- r Is offering great bargains in all kinds of goods. His Spring Stock is now complete and right up to date in style, quality and prices. They are all bought from first hands and as cheap as cash can buy them. Clothing in the various styles and quality for Men, Boys and Children, Woolen Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets, White Goods and a complete and elegant line of Embroideries and Laces, in fact every thing in Dry Goods to be found in a first class store. In Gents' Furnishing Goods a more elegant and cheaper line can not be found. SHOES. You must see them to appreciate them. Leather has declined and Shoes arc much cheaper. I will save you 50c to Si a pr. I bought my Carpets before the advance and will sell CARPETS. them very cheap. Green Coffee 20c, Arbuckles 20c, Sugar get my GROCERIES. price before you buy, Rice 5c lb , 3 cans best Tomatoes or Corn 25c. can of Preserved Peaches for ioc. A S. D. You ell, Salesman. W. B. IVIcROBERTS, Will sell you at the lowest Cash price. Give us a call. d Drugs, Books, Stationery, Seasonable goods in the Paint Line. Mixed Paints, Varnishes, Wall Paper and Brushes Prescriptions accurately filled from only the Purest Drugs. W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. -0 rs -- Only 1 of the 20 presidents of the United States have been from Ohio. No wonder tho longing for McKinlev risi-to tho height of a positive demand. X-RAYS. Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. At Uraidentown, Fla.. Wallace Mc- Cracken while laboring under religious Don't wait for it, but have your good doctor write you a prescription excitement confessed that he killed 15. S. and bring it to Young, a prominent merchant of Hunt- ington, Tenn., October 2l', 1SD2. Itie Cincinnati Commercial-Gazett- e claims moro readers iu Kentucky than the Louisville Commercial and Post Under his treatment with our most reliable drugs that old chronic combined. Tnis is tough on tha Louis- - rheumatism or chronic dysyepsia will disappear. We dispense only ville papers, if true. reliable Drugs and at reasonable prices. The "Wtute House of the Confed eracy,' at Richmond was formally opened Saturday as a Confederate museum. Tho ladies propose to make it the Battle Cash Druggists, Stanford, Ky. Abbey of the South. The newspaper men of Georgetown BUY THE OLD RELIABLE, have invited the Kentucky Press Asso ciation to meet in that city in June next. I if ton, Ga , has raised tho liquor li cense to 110,000 and every saloon has shut up. It is equal to prohibition. Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground 1 a ROETGEN'S & CRAIG HOCKER'S. & CRAIG HOOKER, The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Right. An exchange has spread tho report that Governor Bradley's pro fanity is something aw fni; but tho Inteb ioiiJouhnal lectures tho exchange on its bad taste, and declares that in all Editor Walton's long association with tho governor ho never heard him use a cuss word. That settles it, of course. If Walton could not make him swear tho governor is profanity proof. Oynthiana Democrat. evil-temperevil-temper- We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, don't keep it. W. H. WEAREN & CO. - One turn out one of the very best papers published anywhere, bright and manly in its editorials, entorprising in its news, oktiik vkry iikst. The two Wal-tin- s Reduction In Prices ! showing in its entire make up the conscientious, devoted labor of two capable men. Harrodsburg Democrat. Who can answkr? There are two men iu this town whoso fathers are first cousins, their mothers are sisters, nnd their wives are sisters. What relation aro the men and what relation are their children? Somerset Paragon. And now he is in a hull Because the cruel maid replied, "No wonder you're a muU!" Since adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a full btock of every thing found in a first class Lumber Yard, and by selling for Cvsii Onl I am enabled to make prices lower than have ever been offered here. "I love to hold your hand!" he cried; A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. SHIP YOUR PRODUCE to 313-81- 9 HERNDON-CARTE- R INCORPORATED. The highest mark of esteem woman can give a man is to ask bis friendship; and the most signal proof of ber indifference is to oiler him hers. CO. We handle every thing on commission, and do the largest business, having more buyers than other houses. Careful, prompt, and honest dealing is the secret of our success. Correspondence invitea. Price currents mailed free. Murrell Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. Wfc- -' . rM lAlWftFF- - Jj "' i ri of the man who couldn't tell a lie, so tho In Baltimore Sunday morning the dammed horrid grind at electing a U.S. residenco of James R. Armiger caught Senator took a day off. fire in tho basement and eo rapidly did Tho Kentucky Senate passed the tho smoke and (lames fill the Iioubo that bill appropriating (100,000 for two schools boforethey could be saved, Mr. Armin-go- Our clearance sale has proven to be a wonderful finaj suCCCSSi of reform, one for boja and one for girls. William B. Hiley. Richard and Mawill be a display that will complctly outshine any previous By a voto of of 79 to 5 the House rian Riley, Mrs Marian Champlin, Jns. effort. To delight the buying buying public we will passed the bill providing fornn election Champlin and Horace B. Manuel, a as to whether a county shall havo free guest of New York, had been smothered make this week of circuit court a record turnpikes being taken by each or any or burned to death. Mrs. Armiger whh unequalled an unapproached. We county when 15 per cent, of tho voters rescued in a most thrilling manner by a intend to be recognized shall petition for the holding of such fireman. Her uiunmied daughter, Vir-- I ginia, lowered lier younger Bister to the election. Hunter and Blackburn, both balked ground with u sheet and then, throwing will continue to down a mattrees, leaped from the winin their schemes, play dog in the manger until this legis- dow ami escaped with a few tiruisea In overhauling our stock the past week we At Colliers, W. V piople are much lature disperses, to he succeeded two have thrown out a lot of Harrains in every deby another commissioned bv excited in that vicinitv over a find, which years hence partment. We will quote you a few prices in the people to elect a Senator who will it ib claimed clems up a mystery of 32 each department. something years standing, the reiiiitiiiH of four hti represent at Washington more than his own sneaking and arro man beings having been dcoverd in nn aliunde nod ci:il untie, a mile Ksst of gant self. Louisville Times. The story comes from Frankfort that there. Ike Liptchil, of SxrHCiise, N. Y, to secure the signatures of sound money Blackburn whh aliot hiiiI killed aividentiilly nt One lot of short pieces, from . to S yards, democrats to the double width, worth 20 to 50c per yard. We petition to Secretary Carhlse, the report tlearne, Tex , Saturday night, while acting as a peacemaker between two n.eii have put them on the counter at whs industriously circulated that the ad to 20c. of a who were quarreling One lot of wrapper goods, S and 10 yards in that breathe and words that burn, told madness and in their desperation they ministration desired the election -.ork is to have a State ll ig. If how he had insisted that the caucus hav- aro ready to curse and condemn any Senator regardless of his financial views piece, worth 10c, will go a 7c. Carlisle only wanted an there are any people in the country who ing nominated, it was the plain duty of whom they may imagine has helped to and that Mr. opportunity so to express himself. There can't get along with the Mars and the party to olect, how he refrained from thwart their plans. StripeB they ha.l better get oil tno earth except for the was also at least one name signed withattending the caucuses Thk Hon. David Grant Colson, who out authority. Bole purpose of discussing public policy I'rorrMloDul I'rlilc District A ttoracy (summing- tip) Genand how he had steadfastly refused the vies with Will Owens for the honor of Ladies' and Gents Underwear marked down FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. tlemen of tho jury, the, audacity and overtures of Dr. Hunter and his friends being the greatest beau at the capital, has Vam Hose, ladies' sie, 13c. A 25 percent. .kill displayed by tho nrlhoiier In to promise in advance that he would give given up society for the nonce and turnLouis Walr. bought of William Duna-wagood yarn Sock ed his attention to affairs of State. In this burglary oxen-d- s any thing-Ielection, if two hirn a certificate of my preious a fat heifer at 2Jc. addition to numerous and sundry bills to were turned out, or to be a party to Prisoner to I!eiorU:r Now don't for-pWinter Tnrft, Burt and White oats correct the record of certain so called such a course. While believing that if to iet tliut into your paper. Dallas for sale. F. Beid, Stanford. gentlemen contesting seats are entitled soldiers and grant others pensions, he Thompson Bros, bought in tho West (Tex.) Siftrr. to them, it is an outrage on free govern has made n bold dash for fame by introTiki Turn for Her. End a lot of butcher stuil at to '2c. We are selling Hoy's Knee Pant suits from ment to deny them their privileges, and ducing a resolution to investigate the ac Mmul I don't sen how you can ntnnd G. J. White, of Madison, has at lfst tion of Secretary Carlisle in refiiMm; to it will be if not entitled to them, T5c up. Men's Suits $3, $. 75, &, and $7 that killed his big Poland China.. It weighed being eugngvd to a, mini who tin to can not be duplicated elsewhere for ' equally outrageous to seat them, he accept the bid of William Graves for work night! more 937J lbs. money. In dusting up our medium price suits Mnrie Ho coition to Kee me uft-rdeoired to act untrammeled and un- i 1,500,000 in bonds at 115.3391, and to Ballard killed a (500 pound IKXU1S. J. Perry establish an architectural bureau for the we found a lot of odd panis. Come and get pledged when a certificate should be distribution of information as to the best hog last week from which ho got US MnudPsliaw How ltisipUU When them at the cost of the good they are made of. after assuring himself that no pounds of lard. he's gone, jmi mum feol iw tliouirh you wrong had been done for party advance methods and plans for the construction M. B. Kubank, of Clark county, hsa hud K'on ton luaUiifo. Puck. approprie- he of farm houses and asking an ment. The governor intimated that cow that lm given birth a . Mll'UllIK til had much more to Bay and would eay it tion of $ 20,000 to carry it out. The Hon. to seven calves. David thinks that the people, especially l.lttlo Boy (at toy utoro window) if neceasarj: "I have always been true! Frank Hopkins is wanted Mamma, won't you buy me a top? dees- A lot ol Negligee Shirts, some with collar to my party" he added, "Hnd the man tie people of the Uth Kentucky ()., for attempting to poison M iviniim (moditutheJy) It la now too ami cuffs detached ai.d some attached, worth trict, bo gad, sir, do not know how to who indicates the contrary, himself miscold to spin tos. his etep children. 75c. We offer them tin-- . wer.K for .oc. judges me because of his party infidelity. build houses for comfort and he wanta "Well, then, buy mo n double rippr R. O. Nunnelley bought in Adair of the , nnd we'll true to my party, it the idiots taught at the expends While I have been d fdod nnd Mime new slcat-Klet county 3.5 good one and Tailoring Line is Complete, "tua gives me profound pleasure to know that nation. It would not have been imagin the top go."- - X. Y. ly. at 3 to 3Jc. ed that a courting man could have evolv- cattle I have never been false to my country." Mo! i:iMMitlx Kind. J. It Saunders bought of Tennessee These bo patriotic words and show that ed such gigantic schemes, but our David parties "You rid of S3.7SO ia oims d.y head plain cattle at 2..S5. the governor of Kentucky can rise above is like the little rascal of old who killed Lancaster Record. HhoppinV" party and be trusted to "dc the right as Goliah, he is a monstrous deceiving 'That's right." C. H. Nelson's training stable this "What kind of shopping- were voudo-inp?- " God shall give him power to determine young man. bo made up exclusively of the year will A. URHANSKY & CO., Propricto.s, the right" as he said in his inaugural Bill Nye, the bald headed humorist get of Nelson, 2:09 "Bucket hhopplnff." Chii-oTribT. D. R A NICY, Manager. whose sayings and writings were enjoyed No. 1 good une. Foil Salbok KxciiAMiE. Hranch Stores. Dan M. Bowmab, of the Versailles by a large number of people, has ceased jack in fine shape. Call on or addreea Tuito It In Yutir Hut. It Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Hardstown. Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiaiu, Richmond, Va., and from fun making. Pneumonia did its W. L. McCarty, Kingsvllle, Ky. Sun, has been over to Herd's n rule to keep In sight: "When you meet turn to the rljht, J. E. Carson has Hold his farm of '200 Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Frankfort. Elizabeth- while there wrote some entertaining let- deadly work and Saturday afternoon at Hut from th nxir, why ttv-ters to his paper. He describes things in his home near Asheville, N. O., his spirit acres near Crab Orchard to his brother, town, Ky., and Mauckport, Ind. Turn to the left jnU your" rlrht Rraln." I.. A. W. Ilullctln. general aa he saw them and the New took its flight. His name was Edgar T. B. Carson, at $2S. Possession given Piscata-qu- a Jan. 1st. Jefferson Hotel in particular. This mag Wilson Nye and he was born in THK I.OOSi: TOOTH. Docs Your W. E. D Stokes, the Now York milcounty, Me., 40 years ago. For some nificent structure cost $1,500,003 and was years, he had written for the New York lionaire, paid $10,025 for Patchen Wilkee, built by old man Ginter, who made the him in the stud at money out of those poisonous and mind World, which is said to have paid him 2.29J, and will put for his contributions the handsome salary Lexington. destroying pests cigarettes. The hotel The Lexington Leader says that Dick otlered to make a special rate of f 250 for of $o,000. There was a good deal of held a Or Varnish ? We Bjwmar and his wife for a month, sunenesi in his articles, but a quaint hu- Gentry, formerly of thiB county, of tho ticket on the winner mor ran through them all and there are good-sizbaths $7 extra, but the multi millionaire mill. Fitzsimmona-Mahe- r of Woodford was too stingy to put up those who are ready to declare that he was the most humorous of all humorW.E D. Stokes, of New York, ban the stuff. Tho regular rates of the hotel In that line and we fully warrant our goods. bought "Wilton Home," near Lexing are i" a day and upwards. It is not often ists. ruu acreB ami uie price ton. It contains We want your prescription work, too, and guarantee quality, accuthat a newspaper man has such an honor The breach in the republican ranks at or $115 per acre. Bowmar Frankfort seems to shelve Dr. Hunter, paid was $23,000, on so short an acquaintance but racy and price. V. T. Brooks & Co. have purchased is good at catching on with the big doirn who never ought to have been consider1,250 acres of land in Laurel county. Hear him tell it: "This afternoou Gov ed for the U. S. Senate. He is neither They will put up two largo mills on the ernor OTerrall and I wore out driving worthy nor woll qualified for tho posi tract and run them to the full capacity. her po, .Imim, wiu-.- I count for some time on tho Ginter Boulevard tion, which some more respectable reIsaac P. Shelby sold to William L. free'" Truth. he in his carriage aud I in somebody publican might have been abl? to have of Jeseatnine, his farm in Fayette Coullilriil. else's. The governor is a lino looking won. A caucus was to have been held Land, of ()!) acres for $4000 It lies on the I'.obhy Tather will 1h down 111 old gentleman, pist 70 years of ago, with last night to try to heal the breach, when from Lexpike, nine miles Walnut moment. Hao n cltfur. white hair find mustache a typical Vir- it win 8'iid to have been Dr. Hunter's ington. Hill Von liltimer Are you Miro the.r uro W I fUsile and ginian of the old school." purpose to promise to withdraw, if he Retail; Dealer In An incendiary fire near Pu'aHki, the kind he grhe to his friemlH .' fails to bo elected thia week. The repub renn., destrojed S. P. White's barn, Itobby Yea, sir. They urv me CoMMEKTiMi on our mutton that licans have undo it butch of the buqinef-Y JT. .1 nil ifa contents, together with 51 that mother ffftru him. Sanator Carpenter, flghtr though he and thrown away their only chance of h'ead of stock, and also u mill nnd two A rueful .Mun. claims to be, will not dare attempt to winning the fight. out buildings. "Hrown ia weak financially, 4Mi't n "'" ester the Senate chamber if the demo "IIo himii't much monej, but hr Ktes The Woodstock correspondent of tl o crats Bay ho is not entitled to his aaat Brer. Blakely, of the Covington ComSnmMrsMi ItMtiorter wivH that P. P. Nun- - employment to u tfrrRt nuin nun" Pine-vdand J.iclc Ohinn is at the door, tho monwealth, found that the reproduction "Who they','" bought over $5, Courier bristles up and remark: of our article giving the reason that Har- u!lev, of Stunford, has "Other )ople' hill collectors " mules in that (XX) worth of cat Ho and Carpets and Hall Paper. "A dozen Jack Chinns with bowie knives din and Bradley ran ahead of their tickBrooklyn Life. could not keep Die' Cupantur from do-i- n ets did not suit his purpose, so he af section since Jan. Int. Tlir Jlmlcrii A mliiil(ir. J. Camp Brown, the Pennsylvania his duty as sees it. Cool, quiet, and suiiies the character of a sucking dove Thi IJtgant Haby Carriage for anihin.-dor- ? Tommy I'aw, Hunt is trainer who brought out Robert J. 2:01 J, C;i iar, he .vill go in and cooes as gime as Julius thus gently aud sweetlj: out of the dam of the and out of tho Senate chamber when "Brother of the Interior Journal, tl e hr.8 a Mr. Fipff H i uited chietly as n chip expects he a ever he seed fit, and any m in, bo he Jacn. Commonwealth loves you nnd dehgh's chBinpion pacer, which he which thtt other country knocks otT St)re Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. s Cninn or other thug and desperado lifce in hearing you talk. Therefore eay it liBrd one to beat this year. hui It UHiitn to declnro war. S. W. Royalty shipped threo car .Journal. him, who attempts to block his passage again that it was the mis of the voter on reali.ing will get his tire punctured, and ought to the Australian ballot that caused Hardin loads of hogs to Cincinnati, XollrttaT I'lisalhlr, Carpenter is a man of peace, but all the to run ahead of hia ticket. You wont $4.20. G. B. Poulter, of tho Duncan .Junior Partner Why did you prlvo drop 50 Crummer thugs and toughs in democracy cin not ha correct, but your voice is sweeter neighborhood, had 31 ewes to the job of eollcctinir duhta for our llrm'.' Do you think ho is nny deter him in the least in what ho thinks than the honey of Hybla. Come and lambs and all of them are is right," Talk is cheap, hut we have sue us." Senior Partner Well, hi collected a There was a good crowd at Lancaster Seeding time is now.right at have a large stock of $15 in our inside pocket which says that Junos Pryor, who has been at it a yesterday and 100 or more cattle on the debt from mu thu other day. Truth. will never see th.it Dick, aa you call him, long time and who is hankering after market. A bunch of steers and heifeis Arimi!ntl nit h Her AVrubintui, it is hia duty to go into that chamber, if another term on tho appellate bench, says brought $11, heavy cattle 2 to 3Jc; "Thcrv's no utu in tryiny to bring1 Jack and his knife sy him nay. that over work killed Judgo Grace. Come butcher stuff 2 to 2Jc. A few horses her to, doctor; hIiu'h dead." "I Tow do you know?" Democracy 6eems to be linked with to think of it the poor fellows are worked chingod bands at $25 to $40 and mules "If film were ulive she would Jcal,, Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. VVe handle death, destruction and damnation at to death, yet there ia hardly a lawyer in JC0 to $75. nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine Town TopicH. The Bale of tho Indian Hill trotting present in Kentucky. Another demo- the State, who wouldn't like to tempt our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting I'or u CliMtigr. cratic official has fallen by the wayside death by offering himself a willing sacri- stock at tho farm of Mr. R. S. Veech, short and wc are offering special inducements to close out a nice Mine "Did you tfo to chinch and democracy's loss is republican gain. fice on tho bench, even if Mr. Flippin's near Louisville, was one of the mont sucof Huggies and Surreys. ,rSo; I slept at homo." Life. Judge James H. Grace, of tho court of hill to reduce the salary to $1,000 a year cessful sales which has taken place in a law. appeals, who was uevor known hardly to becomes v r- that part of tho country for several years o Fifty-aihead of stock were disposed of W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. be sick in his life, dropped dead in hia It is said that John W. Yerkes is soon at an average of $130. FEMALE : COLLEGE. Frankfort of heart disease, and room nt to retire from the chairmanship of the The Advocate aakB this very sensible the appointment of his successor will republican Stale STANFORD, KY. central committee. question: "How are you going to make devolve on Gov. Bradley, making the When he does a great deal of the brains money with your stallions without paWILLIAM SIIKLION, Pretidint. court stand threo republicans to four Judge Grace wai from the and much of the respectability of the trons, and how aro you goin to get MRS. NANNIK S. bAUTLKY, Lady i'unciptl. democrats. BV party will ha retired. without they know you have a Mm Kmm.i L. Martin, folding Teacher in tho rirat district and his homo was in Trigg SiudvlUII; atallion, and how will they know you county. For five consecutive terms he LAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT. Mm Miry Cosvcn, 1'rincipil ot the Mum have RBtallion unleps you advertise?" was elected circuit jude, and was' Tho Senate passed a bill extending Whipping a shying and frightened when he was called to tho and cruel. Pain does M. Mary J, llarrli, Principal ol thuDepirt-menuo- l for five yoara tho tune for completing horse is Art and Llocution. higher court. He was u good lawyer, a ;;o not relieve fright, but the aouring voice and popular wherever railroads chartered in KentuuKy in IShO of n kind driver does Whipping makes Next Session will;Begin Wednescapable judge aiul 1S0J. confirmed 6liy"rn because the horse known. His wife has been dead a num day, January 22. The bill lo abolish the Slate board of connects tho paiu with the object of his of years and he leaves no childron. ber equalization wan passed n(tr a bharp fear, and is more afraiil of it thereafter A.c, ten for CircuUr or call at "the And Funeral Director. Collegu. gets worse and woisu. There were li'ht in tho Honaw 47 to 8S. The emerIt Harter, who killed Kx ConuresHinnn a nice line of Harness, Saddles, Uridlcs, JJu"irv Roho less than 100 manners present yesterday gency clause was stricken" out. all tridiiy uiuht or Saturday morn-ini- U r PC I ill taice In the hidei I can gtl Also carry ' for cuih or Too legislature was not in BCfrilnn himself Blood: Hunter Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. trade tor leather on lllLLiO. and the vote for Senator carriod life insurance policiea for miirt .lava at (nfnrH nrit n.. 1... Jt.. Saturday, out of resptjet to the memory fJOO.OOO. 13. Square, Stanford, Ky. opposite Court-Houshelm. Chas. Lanthn, lauuer. Room 45, Blnckburu iEMI-WEF- Kl ( T . Knnatnr Til nrttfltnrn C.ntinnf INTERIOR JOUKNAL with all the audacity of Ajx in his famous lightning act, stood up and boldly "defied the administration of Cleveland Stanford. K?., Feiircaky 25, 1890 and all his work, the secretary of the treasury and all the employes of the government who endeavor to interfere W. P. WALTON. in the affairs of our StBte." But a change came over the dream of this blusterer. The editorial intimation in the Lonta-vill- o He and his blind followers, tlnding that Commercial that he waa not Rmnn their cui9e was hopeless, unless this Dr. Hunter that support that he should same secretary of tho treasury would and auKgeatinR that Hunter miRUt turn speak a word in his behalf, he and they the tables on him and put his presiden- bent the pregnaut hinges of the knee tial boom to sleep, made Gov. Bradley as tnat thrift might follow fawning and hot aa the tiro of hades and he took oc to him to come to their rescue. casicn to express himself in very pointed It was a humiliating spectacle and ho- language with reference to it. He saw cause Mr. Carlisle didn't rush in hot Dr. Hunter, it is alleged, and requested haste to advise the sound money men to bim to make a public denial of the to do violence to their own consciences of himself recharges, but the lntter, declined to do so, ami make a intimating that he bad not received that sides by interfering where he had no support from the governor which the business, he is again abused inn most gravity of the situation and the occasion unseemly way and dubbed a Judas and demanded. The governor was madder a traitor. Disappointment in their efthan ever and later unbosomed himself forts to rultf or ruin seems to have driv to the correspondents and, in thougtits en the free silver head and his dupes to Y jick-a-napes GRAND : BARGAINS jxc ! r, Leaders in Our Line DRESS GOODS. I2c ! hack-acti- ng iiv UNDERWEAR. l2jc. - con-mltti- y dorn-ocrat- B ejriene. et CJL(lJTMKN(bro 12 - ! id UlllllM-SIL- SHIRTS ! atWil-liamstow- n, two-year-- o Wi-k- I trOur I 1 pt THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STANFORD, KTZ, s'. o f House Need Paint, Paper, EVERYTHING ed HAVE NEEDFUL "ft i 11 PENNY'S DRUG STORE. W. W. Withers, Furniture, Undertaking Goods, 1 1 le e 11 11 5- Iik1i.ui-npnli- LOOK HERE hand;e I Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c. "- B. K. WEAKEN. S x T nB sirv-ingaasu- Bun-eies- undertaking! j; c. SrCLABY -- Practical Trimmer, Embalmer e I :. I I i 7 -- r f T the coldest of tht CHURCH AFFAIRS. tho mercury registering zero in Mth. Rev. R. B. Mahony will preach at Foil Balk. My house and lot. some parts of town and 3 above on Main Preacheraville Saturday and Sunday Win. Geer. street. Since then it has stenuily modBtanfokd, Ky., Fouuaky 'Ja, 189(5 erated and yesterday wsb bright and next. A Ntw wire fence at II iggins & Mc There aro 31,035 Christian Endeavor comparatively balmy. Kinney's, Stop and seo it. Societies in the U. S. with a total mem- In the line of Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades, Glas3, E. C. Walton, Business Manager Tiik handsome dwelling on Col, Bob bership of about 2,000,000. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, brushes of all kinds, and Closino out stock. Getting ready fur Thu deacons of the First Baptist Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to spring goods. Buy bargains froin Danka. Rice's Garrard county farm burned Satgo to Danville and sec urday afternoon. It was occupied by church at Owensboro have requested the Wk aro temporarily without a watch received several car loads of good Ben Bollard and but few of the contents resignation of Rev. Fred I). Hale. Just repairer, but during his absence your repair work will be nenl to tbo city, thor- boxing which I olfer cheap for cash. A. were saved. It is not known how the Although the American Baptist puboughly anil accurately donoanil returned C. Sine. fire originated. Thu insurance expired lication Hosiety hail a f 100,000 fire they to vou without any extra charge. Pen Coai. Bold for CHuh or exchanged for all a month ago and had not been renew- will furnish the Sunday school supplies ny's Drug nnd Jowolry Store. Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, and examine one without any delay. kinds of grain and feed. J. II. liaugh-ii- ) ed. The third annual conference of the of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central Ken a n A Co. PERS0NA1 POINTS Wnare in receipt of more literature Kentucky Kpworth Leagues, to be held tucky. I iiavk u lot of BrtiBBel nnd Ingrain about nnd several pictures of Col. Albert Mil H. Chauckli.oh went to Somerset in Paducah, April promises to be carpet HampleB. They make beautiful K. Boone anil his Black Diamond Route Saturday. Savan- tho largest and beat yet held. from Chicago, throngn Lincoln to Foiuiun-MOtAiiv is nowBalehinan for rugs. II. J. MeUoberls. Rev. II. R. Mills will fill his regular nah, Ga. Such a line Ih both possible V. H. Shanks. monthly appointment at McKendree IIih UHS chroh of all kinds on thu and feasible, but it is too much an Utop-Of On. Ki.AutmN.the Hustonvillo capi circuit court docket L'7 are ugalnst one ian dream for much consideration at Sunday at 11a m. Rev. W. W. Baxter, talist, waa hero yeBterday. of the Danville Theological Seminary, live muu and 17 Hgainst two dead men. present. Ih . Miwi Una HaiuucoN, o( Albany, will till the same pulpit at night. Turkic are lr stores in Stanford which Tiik fret ia made ice four or live inches visiting tlm iish-- Aimrii. The Rev. Dr Newman Smythe, of Mil. GkoiuibA. MiltoiiKiiTHis biu'U thick huiI thoett who were too lnzy to carry full lines of groceries, while sever- New Haven, Conn., has received reports take advantage of n former chance got al of tho dry goods houses handle sugar, showing that by the recent Armenian from a visit to Ilarrodsburg. wasonyester-dacollee and a few other things of that massacres near Harpoot 30,(501 were kill their houses filled this time. Mibh Maoi.ik HiuiaNan sort. There are a dcr.m places where ed, .S.000 wounded and 91,750 are desti V train en route to Louisville. It will pay you to get inv prices on dry goods and clothing can be obtained, tute and starving. Miis.Jamkh II. Ykacibh accompanied e cloth her husband on a business trip to Homer-se- t harness, saddlery, collars, collar pads, while the agents (or It is estimated that there are When you get ready to buy Carpets or Matting. Wc carry only names, tract) chains, back bands, wagon ing are as thick hh bees. lwit week of ProtestantB scattered over the Mua. I. M. Brit loft yetterday to visit breeching, Ac, before you buy. J. 0. Tiik following may bo of some conso- globe; the Roman Catholica number her cousin, Mlna Jennie Hughes, at McOlary. the Hebrewa 8,000,000, the lation to those who have large noses. Uloomington, 1)1. 173,000,000, the Greeks Tub V. S. grant! jury at Louisville Charles Tod J I'arks, an authortity on the Mk. M. K Loud, of the auditor'- otllce found an indictment against John Kd In addition there are b74,000,-00subject, sas: "The larger thu nose the of the L. t N , Louisville, spent Sunday miston, formerly postmaster st Crab Or- greater the mental power, other things heathens. with his wife, here "Members of all churches," said an chard, for wrongfully appropriating the being equal. Small noses may be found Mhh. A.sna 1). VanAimiai.k, of government's money. yery cloyer people, but never upon old gentleman to a reporter of this paper upon lamia visit to her daughter, yesterday, "are entirely too careless about those of tho truly great. . I iiavb opened h feed and livery stable Mrs. II. J. McUolx-rtsvisiting their sick brethren and Bisters. Mi.h. Julikt HotiKiiM, of Uloomington, in thu Me in fee building on Depot street Cut it co cut convened at 9.15 yester- A young lady member of a Stanford We guarantee the colors in our all wool Carpets. The prices are less Ind , waH thiiKiii'Hl of Mica Mario War and hope my friends Mill remember me day hh i whh opened with the usual years chinch has been in bed nearly than others ask, quality considered. The chain and filling are Pure when they want feed, hitch or livery of ren before returning home. meiit by Deputy Sherill R. M. and in all that time eight members beave New and. Judge Saulley then ordered sides the pastor and wife, or 10 in Mies Fuiha Wiiittimiton, a Huston- - any kind. I. M. Bruce. Wool, no jute or cow hair. villn Iieantv. it the ifUfBt of MIpb Jes-uvisited her bed of sore allliction." the mimes of those who had been chosen Litti.l- Katk Walton, the Cook nl Mr. G. B. Cooper's. for the grand jury called anil the follow Rev. R. R.Garrett, pastor of tho daughter of Mr. Joe F. Waters, of Vahnos, of thu revenue Mica Mam ing took their Beats and were qualified First Baptist church of Chattanooga has ollice, is the lineal cuke milker in the olllc at Richmond, spent Sunday with this Win. Stuart, J. V. Gnocb, Thomas announced a boycott of the Southern State, age considered. A liberal sample Best, J. S. Hundley, W. A. Colley, Jerry her brother, Judue W. K. Varnon. railroad, and is sending out circulars all manager made by her Mhh. Jons Km is ami boh, George B sent the business Briscoe. J. I'. Lynn, M. F. Herring. J.C. over the South, addressing members of Kllif, of HuMonvllle, have returned" from little hands without assistance of any McWhorter. B. Chancellor, J. T. Binga-ma- n the Southern Baptist Association, urgone was lit for the gods and would have Coming in every day. Come and see them. n pleasant visit to Franklin and Bowling and J. S. Undyrwood. Mr. Lynn ing that when thev come to that city to been a credit to one several times the was made foreman. Green. attend the meeting of the Southern Bap'a HllKltllF WlMIAM COOI'KK l COIllilieil little lad) sue. County Attorney J. B. Paxtou wasdel-egate- tist Association, which meets there in to his room with iiieaHles. -- Somerset to deliver tho charge and he did May, to come any other route except Am. who attended the Washington an Reporter. lie should have had them JO celebration at Stanford Femalo College so briefly but comprehensively the Southern because the roatl gave the MethodistSB better rate than it would years ago. Friday evening, and everyone did who pointedly. ihem. I.. Fhoiiman, of the Globe, Dan could Millet r.i into the chape), witnessed Mb. J. The petit jurors were then announced .Mr. B. Chancellor saya tho meeting ville, wss up on hits wheel yesterday and a most creditable performance, both In aa follows: Kmmett McCormack, Sam conducted at Somorset by Rev. H. C. the ad you see in this paper Ib the result the musical and literary numbers as well Reid, Alex Rice, W. C. Green, Win. UnYOUMorrison is the red hotteBt one he ever of his visit. a the drills All showed careful in- derwood, J.G. Lynn, B. C. Allen, J. W. who hafl been struction and an aptnecathat pleased the Reid, J. H. Rout, J. J. McKinney, Da- attended. Over 7o crowded up to the Miss Jkan altar Sunday night to receive the new with hr-- sister, Mrs J. A. Haldeman, in parents of the performers very much. vid Scott, G. W. Kvans, Walker Rout, F. bleesing of eanctilication nnd rb many l.otiinville for some time, returned to 9. Sandidge, K. 1. Woods, G. R. Fuglemore, apparently, would have done ao -- Messrs J. Mkxiian Vkts Ckmciiiiatk. Crab Orchard Saturday. man, W. 1'. Tucker. W. F. McKinney, could they have reached the altar. Not S. Bosley, R. Williams, John B. DickinMikb Lucilk Mbnrkik, of Georgetown Cicero Reynolds, W. S. Wigham, S. I. only was tbo church crammed and jamCollege, and Mr. h. W. Meiiefee, of the son, James T. Harris and William Bur- Gooch, J. H Caldwell, Robert Mattingly med, but all around it were people strivton, veterans of the Mexican war, cele- and James F. Holdam. 1). A I). Institute, Danville, spent Suning to catch the worda of the preacher. brated the Win anniversary of thu battle day with the old folks st home. A Nt'Muiii of cases were continued, tilNothing like it has ever been Been in Neither can Webster post you in Dry Goods. We can tell you Mk. G. W. Stkhikws, formerly of this of Buena Vista Saturday by meeting at ed away and passed till that of John Somerset before and let us hope that it is place but now of Lebanon, will bu one of the Carpenter House ami going over Center for the murder of William Mou-tra- the beginning of a thorough reformation something unknown to Webster, President Cleveland or Gov. Bradwas called. A continuance was of that sinful city. the salesmen in the new dry goodH Btore again the battles in which they fought. Fifty cent dollars will do us and ley. Come let us reason together. A delightful dinner was spread by Mrs granted in that, but Commonwealth's A Co., at Danville. of V. B oomtleld if you get goods at 33 of! of regular price, then Daltonand the occasion was altogether a Attorney Owaley admitted certain facts, NKW.'AUVKRTISKM F.NTti. Mibh An.nk Shanks was called to Friday by what wsh thought to most pleasant one. Col. W. G. Welch that the defendant alleged he could be the serious illnem of her brother, and Hon. W. II Miller were invited prove by absent witnesses, and the case ! Thomas H. Shanks, but we are glad to guests. Capts. Frank J. White and oroceeded. Col. W. G. Welch represents Charles Gallagher, of Lancaster, were the accused. It will be remembered that is rapidly convalescing. hear that he I will offer tor .le to the highest bidder at my expected to be present, but failed to put Center killed Moutray while hunting, as ri'vdencc one mile South of iluitonville on the CITY AND VICINITY. )u their appearance. Mr. Jack Bosley lie claims accidentally. Tho examining Mulillcbiirg pike on in was mainly instruments! in having the court discharged him, but the grand fitted by Hanks. Srkcru-u27, 1896, Even this time of political chaos. We are offering hundreds of things at less than they can be bought because we want to close our celebration and was master of ceremon- jury indicted. Mr. John G. Adkins All my personal rfPcftyi consisting of Three Wiiitk seed oats for sale. J. H. Baugh-ma- ies Horse, a Colt, stock, so while you can get the stuff at present prices come and avail One snore yesterday that Moutray said on his Uood Marcs, Cows, (Jootl jcarlinc Steer, i Ji'isvy HeifA Co. i No Milk t hure I)kci.a1iuj 1hnk. Maria Reynolds, dying bed that Center had shot him for er, Sfveral head of bheep and Hors, iHarness, yourself of the opportunity. Everything in this stock goes, includWagon and Harness, i llugay atkl daughter of Milton Rey- nothing. r arming Implements, 30 llarrvU of Com, 50 shocks ing white goods, embroideries, dress goods, shoes, boots, Hats in every variety and dirt cheap tho clothing, Neatly all of the Commonwealth's rl fodder, lot ol 1'oultry, Household and Ki.chcu nolds, of McKinney, was tried before at W. H. Shanks'. Furniture. ,Vc that Moutray made the 'Ikrms All sums under $10 ensh in hand; oer W. L. Dawson ami a jury and ad- witnesses Fair, colder Squire that amount montns' tin e 011 negotiable paper, Wabiii.miton, Felt. -- I. judged insane. She wsb taken to the statement, but Center in his testimony payable at fie Huslunville Natiunal Hank TOM W. OOOCH tonight. Tuesday fair. to show conclusively that the ,00 asylum at Lexington Saturday by Sherill seemed shooting was an accideut and the result CALL ON . egler'a hIiooh, the T. 1). N'ew.aiid, an older sinter of the FiiHtm supply of ingirl accompaniug them. The of the "projecting" that hail been market, at W. II. Shanks'. best on the girl's mind has been in bad shape for four dulged in all duy between them. The cuss wh submitted without arguWk have a new line of stationery, tab- years, but for tho last year alio has been STANFORD, KY , wont to W. B. McRob- - totMlly lets und writing paper. bereft ol reason. She is a sister ment and at o'clock thu j'iry Cents Key Checks by Mail for only sport- PocVet erta. of Mies Kli.i Jane Reynolds, who their room, and in a half an hour and Key Checks, Metal Checks of Fur I kltuid. HidcM. Uoc License Checks. Key 9 Tkn cent ink tablets for six contH or died Ifcst week from the elleela of bums ed a verdict of acquittal. Kings, Chain., Ac btampiu); on Mepl and GenA line of f 10 was entered fti:inet the eral repairing. Shop over At. KlmoiB's "tore, I am still agent for the Old Reliable Tailoring Establishment of Best in town. Craig rrtcuivnd a few dajs before, nnd like her, two for 10 cents. V sherill" of Casey for failure to serve pro- Stanford, Ky. aeemud to poMtes mi uncoutrolable demre it Hooker. cess in the case of Thomas Frye, chargDON'T FORUKT THAT Ri'i.KV is lecolvuigH very hand to burn herself. Her hantla had iiiimcr-oii- o ed with disturbing reliBinua worship. II. 0. burns on them and her sister told us some line of Spring suttinys. Call in THE FAVORITE MILLS, Thej' put better trimmings and stiffening in their coats than any house that she would pick up coals of tire with MATRIMQNIAL MATTERS. and get that pick. her naked; hands and frtqtiontly took ' AT McKINNEY.KY , in the country, ccn.sequently the coats hold their shrpe. , a jealous lover eliot At Cramer, AcauitTHi) canned NMips, French Peas, tho caps of the cook Btove olland played overhiu'ed nd repaired do bot llaxejust Ouvts and wedding lunch with them when they were almost rod and fatally wounded hia sweetheart and tain t.) top been the f incus Richmond City ci Mil Mushrooms, ty Works, of Km huiond, lu.l , ..nd with capacity then committed suicide. hot. at Warren A Shanks'. now increased hip dome more and letter work Joriah Wiggins, with his cousins, A thdiiever Ltli r. .and with the od reliable l V Tiikiik liavo beenjieports lor thu lnet Buhk Duroc pigs, four months old, M. Smith and Andy Crunk, accompanied f b?tn!T1 iiibIo anil female, subject to regiBter, for month thst h new paper would be started bv a irirl named Maggie Ilurk, a very your Eriinlii C and when buying call lor our old j11 established brands, Kuoritc Patent, Lahere, but wo could not believe that any youthful looking maiden, applied at the nnd sale by W. H. HiggumA Sons. Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. dies' Kaonleand llakers' Choice one after looking over tho, riold would county clerk'fl ollice at Somerset for li HA I hi .V SON, and clock repairs to think it inviting euougliBo Takk your watch uiCCSor to K. L. Tanuerfc havorite Milling Co tackle it. Wo on a teleDanka'. Two men conBtnntly at work at were miittken, ho.vever, for it seems to ceiiHe, but they were arrested gram from the girl's lather at lirodhead, 3D. the bench. All work warranted. ha a certainty now that a republican paJohn K. Hurk. Wiggins had au order all per will coon be launched on an4uufeel-iu- g OFHISTONVILLK. f Rbmkmiikii we have on hand at from him for tho license, but it was a world to till a long lelt want. Thu Wil' carry a full lino ol genuine Oliver Chilled very best of Jellico nnd Laurel timea the forgery, thu girl sayingtliat she had been 1'lov.s, Silver Siteel Tlows and repairs for the engineers of thu enterprise are Messrs. Gale and other leading tarmin; implements. The We have sold coals. Give turn call. J. H. BaughiiiHn forced to write it by Wiggins. Walter A. Wood Mower and Reaper Machines, Spidell A Hay and as they hail from best UiiKgieA Co. lor Cultivators of the best iuallty, McKinley'a county in Ohio, tho move is There,are now 'M pupils at tbo the money, Phaetons, Mirreys nnd Carriages ol and latest styles. Assiunkd.-- A dispatch Irom Somerset possibly in the interest of his, candidacy Deaf & Dumb Institute at Danville, the the richest iiialities and fanciest harness and the '1 he best grade ol liitht buggy goods enya that A. J. Crawford A Co., dry grades Collars, hames, bridles for farm incheaper assigned. for president, iteeeming to bo tho inteu largest number in tho history of that purpoes, breeching aud s'rap work of all kind and general merchants, have tion of hia followers to turn Kentucky stitution. Furniture of all dtacriptions. Trunks, bag', travliabilities not stated. eling telescopes, horse blankets, buggy ragt, stove Assets and into lino for the great protectionist, At Lawrenceburg, tho body of Ellen and stove fixtures. &.c, nil ol which he incites and promise to deal of Gov.; Bradley's ambitions. Monroe, '22 years old, waa discoverod by jour attention and iLipection you In which all transacTiik New Orleans Collee Co., justly and act honorably with Try it For years and know it to be Strictly First-Clas- s. Since tho above waslput in type, Mr. a railroad omployo under the set ol Hi ultsmith's Tools, complete, tion gold medal at tho Atwaa awarded the to sell on very reasonable terms, and lilacksmlth for tho J. F. Hay, the; junior member of tho high trestle, a milo Kast of town. Both bhon for leal in best location in town enly one lanta Imposition, has our thanka of the season and a firm, haa paid us a call. Ho is a good legs wore broken, a tleop gash iuis cut in smith DJL.IL I) S. CkPK'TKl!. prettiest calenlar bdtf looking young fellow and claims to have thu forehead, nnd bIio was otherwise Huslonville, Ky, description of the Mardi GraB scenes. had considerable experience in newspa- badly bruised. A Dollar's worth goes farther than a dollars worth of Arbuckles'. of tho Prea per work. He denied Tiik Ladiea' Aid Society that hia paper A dispatch to tho Chicago y I would support McKinluy, declaring that byterian church will hold their from Washington says that Mr. mBLER-SDImeeting at that church next ho ia for Bradley for president. The Cleveland ia determined to make a All he paper will be a quarto, will bo Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. for an explicit declaration for Bouud are cordial- known as tho. Commercial and issued light f of the congregation membera mo next .Iniiiyinwnllil ,..w..... money in il ....! ui'iuuusnub Tl lPf THE I1LUK.H ASS HERD OK to bo present. once a week. We do not want to utterances, no etrad-.- p ly iuvited No 2 1 tho new comera, but wo tint! tho .Hon nt hiiv kind, meet with favor in his M of the Red Mhh. JT.Sltton, keeper grazing mightykshort in tins Held with eyes; and he will also oppose tho noml- NOTHING BUT PILES. fe junction of the HuBtonville one paper in -- " " at the (i Yffirrc-srit. It must necessarily be .,Qn., nf ,tnv trimmer at the head of tho i f, R. H. Bronaugh, Pror, Iirb purchaaod a WSJH.l iTZVMSS:SSiSSiVfff' and Knob Lick pikes, 7 a SURE nnd CERTAIN C URE7 snorter with two. Recognizing their ciparettea and h etockofcigarB, tobaccos, Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. tj known for loyoprsastno perfect right, however, to come here Mrs. Nanuio Field, wife of Marshall and will bo glad to wa.t on those and Btarvu with us, wu shall treat foBEST REPlELJYior J'.i-t&- .r notiona them Field, the merchant of Chicago, died nt few Pigs for tale from the best types uf Rtjutcrej , ceding Bitch things. There are France, aa atrungers, who are gentlemen, deserve hor villa in Nice, woand enterprising rxejiritTEi:aAEtsi klu jU Mock. Hreeders secured from tbo best herds la several different States. Correspondence Solicited 1I10ro industrious 1 bo, and divide with thorn if necessary. of peritonitis. MtB. Suttou. men than .mi-Week- ly Interior Journal Da.nkb flta spectacles Fhiday morning BeHeon, The Way to Let What You Need to Im prove Your House J . A. E. GIBBONS, .', i "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST." " ! Remember This i y tailor-mad- 135,-000,0- 0, - 0 Har-rodsbu- rg, The Best Goods Money Can Buy. i an-nti- ut 1 1 all-h- e - eight-year-ol- d New est & Best Patterns SEVERANCE & SON. -- tl 1 r Don't m it E y Isx-ingt- on PUBLIC SALE You Can Afford to Buy, s Thursday, Fcl. -- n jear-old I 1 hA-or- 1 to HUGHES & TATE, F. G. BRADY, i' I -.- 11 1 ML BOBN & CO. H J. McROBERTS. li Come and see the Spring' Samples. ;iZ' 'Ml S. CATtPEXSTTEH, - The Best is the Cheapest. ... PAMKIB JAVA IlMDABTlffillD FFlHflH 100-fo- d.j TWMilE POTOTS FiOM A D a1Ko TimeB-Hera- ld ssflrssN,xrNarvirJBrviL monthly-miBBionar- iBUOKEYEriijSJS P HIGGINS & McKINNEY. Duroc Jersey Q 11 I ( thick-and-th- in toll-ga- it) ' mmm AgyJ " J-''J- , PSSBBBB S!sSEsS5SaXlWg a Svvina EF33E3SiH8Pi!P'r-,3r!K5,S5wtWg,rsa V" Alps-Martime- s, 1 f i L - Semi-Week- ly Interior Joorni AT A WEATHER KITE. r.tixitiiou FASHIONS, Multitude Till (eiMun. This fur coat is no longer a clumsy, heavy garment, beneath whoso weight we can scarcely drag ourselves along. It is fashioned with as much skill as tho cloth jacket. It tits in the best sense of tho word, and it is invariably invested with somo tlegno of novelty. Sable and mink aro being urd with spcv.nl sue cess, and thero are ideal iijwm cloaks made of black satin lined throuKhoiit with sable:, with monster tit' velvet and a larue sable collar round tho neck. Among tho more modest phjnm is pleasing one of dark blue velvet, vloseiy covered round with narrow bunds of marten. Hound tho collar is n frill of velvet, and the lining is of gray ni"l while squirrel of superior ortler. Tlrs model is really good, mid it may ho copied most successfully iu sealskin with narrow bands of nabio and a liiiniK of sablo. In English fur fashions tho Don jacket promises to be wondei fully popular made in sealskin with tho eolhir i f chinchilla, or in snblo with a collar of Fealskin, tho latter lx'inn rather new and reversing tho general order of thiiifj furry. A delightful little sealskin jacket, which, however, is not iu Kton shape, but boasts a short basque, is double breasted, with two rows of buttons itml a largo collur of ehineliilln. Chinchilla certainly holds tho ear of tho multitude feminine this season. It iiltie. rum r.ntiionrd iubllBlioil Every TuoBday and Friday U IrKIi YKAHIX ADVANCK 32.60 at 7 To Do TJaod In Asoortninlnpr tho Ooudltlon of tho TJppor Air. Attached to it Captive? llulloon It Wilt In Ml Oli- Aid tho Wpnfliir i'ratluti A Xiw Solon- tlllo Idea. Clt-r- rr tii rt- - AW When not sopaid will be charged." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. sequins' and Showing niniU faTTs, ar S. OWSLEY, ranged at intorvnls down tho front. Is a candidate for Ccng'ess in this, the Kighth Ermine, is used as linings and s District, subject to the action ol the Deinociatn. to tho handsomest Bkins. Tatty. Tho now sealskin capes aro very wido nndfnll, standing well out from tho and tho novel idea of jot trimmings is seen on some. One has ornaments and A: chains of jot on tho shoulders ami straps of jot across tho front. Kentucky. J. JR., trim-min- fig-ur- o, F. A. AYERS, $ cHHu Stanford, Ky.osfyy Surgeon Dentist, A. S. PRICE, m Ilrieklayer Stonecutter ee Office over McRoberts' l)rUfr Store in the Huildinn Stanford, Train I 4 leave Mvifotd .30 p. m. 15 a. m., ctutning TO THE LADIES New g(Xhls mii I I. &N. Vo. LOCAL TIME CARD. . . No, to. No. , No. .J, tt, Train " going North " " South i ,., 3 , " .. ,i 1 Trains pas Junction City as follow No. 1 South . iiijim.No North . to suspend meteorological instruments for many hours aboe any local point, . 3.6 p m owing to sudden gusts and equally sud" ...1.46 pm a.01 a m " j ' den calms. A eaptlo halloon during1 " 3 15 a m " 5 ijoi m "6 " . .600 a m 840pm ' 10 strong winds is apt to be disabled by 9 " Not. Noj. 5 and 6 and viand 10 run no fur- - the variable pressure upon it.s immense her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. globe of confined gns. The wind, if very powerful, may drive the tethered balloon downward sidewiso and force the gas out of its neck, causing loss of a- QUEEN & CRESCENT. The meteorologists liave nilmlttetl for many years that some knowledge of tho tip m condition of tho upper air ill 1k. very m 13 nl liable ns an aid to weather predic04 pm tion. The uj)per air strata nre peculiar15 pm ly inaccessible in the case of an attempt slers iin-roi- r . . 4 . mm, 5Jf buoyancy . According to recent drawings, made in London, l'rof. Villi L. Moore, chief of the United States weather bureau, is experimenting with a combiuatiou of the balloon and the kite, by which during dead calms the gns bags at tho back of the kite may carry it upward, would take tho pressure and protect the gas apparatus behind It. The Mooro kite, as drawn, has a tall, which may ultimately bo dispensed with, as in tho case of the kites devised by me in 1S01, says the writer. Prof. William A. Eddy, and used recently In tho Sunday World photographic experiments above Xew York. The tall kites used by mo on February 4, 1891, How much bupituBs ran n man do larCuaranters First Class work In every par'n u Prices reasonable lias had 11 years' Those system iB in a state of iH"ordti" llfllCl. g (m It is not n aymptun. Headache is only J V. COOK, W McOl.vMS, J a diaesse. The psin'ln the head is the In rh'trKepaint shop. In clurge trimmtnj; shop s fiiy.n of rebellion. There hnvo been in diet and other shapes. THOrtlAS Y. Dr. Tierre's l'leasitnt Pellets are a Ken-tiellective renovator and inyiorntor DANVII.I.K, KV., They asof stomach, liver and bowels sist nature without threatening to tear Huildcr and Dealer in All Kinds There are tear up the body piece-meof Carriages. no griping paim, no nauecii. One is a KrpalnnK a Specialty Work dine and warrant. laxative. r to Kii salisl.ictwn All work done when A book of 100S naues. nrofuselv illns proiuned All accounts due when work Is de (rated, written by Dr K. V .'Pierce, called livcrcd Your patronage voliutM-- . go "Thw People's Common Sense Medical Ailviser," will be sent free for III one rent ptamps to cover cost nf mailiui: on-IWorld's Dinnenparv Mediral Asso- 4 riation, No. IW.) Main Street, Ilutlalo, N t 44-4- t - 4 4 4 4 mis-tHRPe, of the latest stvlr. i.i.. . . istcircu me in miii. ku ,l iihik.i and best '' aiSorliHl line ever Krougnt to Manionl l'nccs at low the lowest Klegint line Linens and F.mbroidcry Material :. MISSUCCIK HEAZl.fc, Stanford, Ky SHAW, THE RILEY K. U. HlIiKY. HOUSE al London. - - Proprietor, - Kontucky, 1 have moved to my niw Hotel and am bottsi prepared than ever to accommodate the public iood Livery attached and every coovenicne.de-iiisd- . Civc me a call, FRANK R1LKV, T? v. r Y. Uuclilln'a Arnica Salvo while during strong winds the kite The best salve in the world for cuts, bru less Keep you sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feser sores letter, chapUudderar.J ped hands, chilblains, enrns and all iVIn eruptions Kd Carter, 11 It Is Xt posiln ely c J t piles, or no pay repuired. luaranleed to five pctlcct satisfaction or money ed It. 9J J" sale, by refunded. Price 15 cents per bos For W. II. McKoberts, druggist The little daughter ol Mr Frml Webber, Hoi- lanJ, MtM , lisd a very bad cold and roucn which h. hid nfll hern aide to cute with any Itun. I pott-matt- mm iy.ilU -- Splendid Farm For Sale Or tains Exchange. Kitt ol llustonvillc Con ) L. Chancrlb r and others who hvc O A I'KYKlN.Htinf rd, Ky A;ent for in. oln I bunty. 1 Diwsop.J on the 1'aee Kerne 11 S-- e llright, R lbb, us- Huff Onp.k i twj miles x.o Acres of Flue I.aud, fr Sl'RlNli AND SUMMKR. &AKIHC POWDER Absolutely Pure.) A cream of tartar baking powI I Something to Beautify tho Ladies. Dally Onenlmnf New Met. H,i.,nm,l lirr.l the assurance to the trade that thev wil hnd in our es ablishmcnt the same esilusiveness n style of psiterns, hats and b mieta and all the leading novelllca in Millinery forwhuhv.e arc known throughout the inuntry I have secured a tirst-- i lass trimmei fur the season. Thanking yon lor past favors, we rrsprci fully solicit your patronage hrirtMuie so I erally W'c cis for probably the lirst thermetrlc kite der. Highest of all in leavening observation in the world, were hexaa very strength. Latest United States gonal, and carried upward the. steep string, almost equalizing Government Food Report. dicular ascending power of the tailless R0YAITJ3AKING POWDER 00., j kite, tho llrst experiment with which were begun in tho spring of the same 106 Wall Stroet, New York. year. Instead of a verv large kite, such as ft U the drawing of l'rof. Moore's kit in- - cent bottle ol ChamberUm's Cough cave him a Knmedy, says W I' Holden, merchant and at West Itrtmficld, and the nest time 1 This saw r.im he aaul it womed like a charm. remedy Is intended especially for acutt throat and olds, croup and whooplne Inci: diseases sui h There is no touch, and is lamous tor Its cures danger income it to (.hiMrvn lor It contains nolhlDij Idjuiious For sale by Craic A llo Ver, Stanford, K.y. Well Itnnroved and In in r.i rll.nl tiil.ln.knn.l Land lies wnll Will e. hange a smsller ur a cheaper piaie in this or any good county in the State or would take a ileal slotk of grucsries and hardware In part payment In some live town, or will sell for pari cash, hslam e in hm inn1 in... or longer If denied, iorfurllicr particulars call on or address. Iv. U N K.N.N KIY J im Mustoovllle, Ky. DE, "W. B. PEinrsr, Ky. lu.u... KATK Dt DDhRAR. Mansger. .,i nriiiuti in. n 11 CD iSHlYINCn J. K. ! rtl IOC DUUtfUt I ' BARKER, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kentucky. 47 Rates TWO DOLLARS Por Dav. Remodeled and refurnished throughout Largo and (iramodleui sample Kooms. Halls and office connected by Electric llelli. Prompt and polite service to guests. Ivcoming entangled with the branchM.S. riAlGIIMAN. J. W. Haughman. ing tandem lines below. I found that when sulllcieut line was r.llowed to ench kite there was no trouble in using tail kite's with which rRormTORSto send up my thermometer. l'rof. Moore's possible plan for sustaining a IXVERY, FEED & SALE balloon by means of n tail kite is more likely tobeimmediatclysuccessful than STABLE, if he attempted to balance in the air Stanford, - - Kentucky. a balloon tailless kite, lwcause I found during hundreds of kite ascensions that nobody knows what the wind will It you noed livery give us a call. Nothing out do next. turnout) will leave our stable. See ut lor rates. In our Since tint kites of light construction, iu mild winds, require little tail, it BLACKSMITH SHOP. seems to follow that a kite atlsfactor work and will need very small tail weights to Wlttf;dariru dncca Tiy our hore ahoer. balance it if the wind is light. In a strong wind u tail about 300 feet in G. Lanhart A. John B. Cattleman. length will be required, l'rof. Moore's j proposed line of experiment is interest-- J ingand valuable, and if all the weather bureau stations are equipped with such an apparatus the predictions would be more exact. The experiments made with my kites at Blue Hill observatory, near Iloston, OF LIVERPOOL. 'where instruments were tlicatcs, i sent, up several iit'Miguntii tail kites, about live feet in diameter, flying in tandem from one main Hue. Of course, in using tail kites, tho branch line, extending to each kite, had to be about three times as long as that used for tailless kites, so as to prevent the tails of the upjHT kites from ' j ' VELVET CAl'K 'HUMMED WITH MARTEN M.S.&J.W.Baughman, -- delightfully becominj; fur, but the woman who cm et it tukost-able- , stiblo is n nud lots of it. threo-tpuirte- r first-cla-ss gas-inilate- d fiMt-cla- n I ROYAL MANAGERS, Insurance I Company i There is no wonderful chuugo iu iho ordinary length hcitlskin jacket, which is either singlo or doublo bren.-te- d nud hai sleeen l.irge enoti,'h to contain thorn which iijipert.iiu to dreseon, All Kroo Those who have used Dr King's New DUcov making, us they do, liberal demands on those who have Hot. have ery Its value tho outer garment, whatever it may he. now knowopportunity and try it free Call on the to the druggist and get a tual bjllle tree Send Ordinary' cloaks are cut high in tho Chicajm. and your name to II. K nock ns to the collars so high that at get a trial bottle of Ilucklen .V Co , Lite Pills as Ir. King's New Mntssebold tho bHck they eouio half way up tho well as a copy of (luide t Health and guaranteed to siti of Inftructor free nock but ninny tealskins have tho turn- you good and costAllyou which Is at A. R Penny's nothing down shape, placed, however, on a deep uruj store. collar band, so Unit tho throat is well Froo Plllt) covered. ft Co address Send This year there is a tendency to blend Chicago,your get a tree to II K. Ilucklen Rings sample bos of Dr and Homo beautiful brocade or chino eilk New Life Pills. A trial will convtuee you or their easy In action and are with the fur. For instance, a cajw of merits. Thene pills are the cure of constipation particularly rlfectlve in seal has a yoko of broad toil, with For malaria and liver troub and sick headache of cream guipuro laco, picked lesthcy have been proved imaluadle They are be perfectly fre from every delete guaranteed to out with sequins. A stylish little mink nous substance and to be purely vegetable They capo, full on tho shoulders, is set into do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to the stomach and bowels greatly invigorate tne an original yoko of paisley system Regular sie JJ' per box Sold by W It Mcltoberts, druggist. embroidered, wjth tjnsolijnJ irid.e-cej , Office on Lancaster Street, opposite the Cult Mouse Collections re eive especial attention ai 1'eJple are growing moie and more in the habit Mocker far the latest and of lookiDg to Craig TI1K Ills! LINO INS! RANCH MAN, best of eversthllig- ill the drug line. Tliey sell Chamberl.in's Cough Remedt, tautens lor lit cough. cures of tad lolds, croup and hen in seed ol such a medicine gi.e tnts tem cdy a trial and you will be more than pleased with the tdult Who represents the Old Reliable MLfigau Mutuy. al Life Insurance Co. of Detroit l'or sale by Craig A Docker, Stanford, MKh, can write ynu all the moat favorable plans ol fntur Me aiso reprcs.Ms the old reliable Central ance. Threw Away His Cane. lubacco Warsbousv of ouisvllle. Ky . aid will be glad to hate a liberal share ol yuur pairoasge. Mr O. Wiley, e postmaster, lllaik fieek, N be V., was o badly at'licted with rheumatism that Will be ipady to umlir ail the lavurs that Liberal cash advance he was only able to hobble around with caoei. and given by any stehoun even then it caused him great pain Alter uiing me ills madon consignments, in iLe svare. hassse and country will te at Maiiford every Chamberlain's Tain Hslm he was so much improvMe says this court day Paties watting hogsheads, pities or ed that he threw a.iv his canes liniment did him more good than all other mrtll-cin- woney should ad. lien me at 1'aint l.i k. Ky Prompt alteation guaiauteed and treatment put together (ytiu For sale at j and so cents ier iottle by Craig A Mocker, PUntord Ky K who-iplRV Tho comet recently discovered, it has been aecertniued, is about l(),000,0 0 milfs away from the eatth and is ap proachim: this pphero at the rate of 1,- -i IHK),000 miles a day. At this rate "he'll soon be here, so look out. V7. s. btjuob:. n WUtmLm WisVluf. vmKkStf J Attorney at Law, IlciitlNt, : Stun ford, - - ZCcutuckv. OOin Maiuir.ti, 0 sue the Stfiziibrcl, p. j GEO. B. COOPER, I'ropneUirs of . . .. "W. JOBIITSOIT, Livery and Feed Stable, MANtfJit!), KV. Maviojf prepared to furmth FIRST-CLAS- S aJJnl (.o.ichl of ne W (irren t,i l.velr busies and h.irsts. we ait 1 in TURNOUTS t- -h 1 ei FOR SALE -- EXCHANGE The traveling pullu will (Sad nl w' "" to mish Drum, aeons, either single or do ibl.., or Cam at;esnf kinds at very I W I'KICr.S The tysin and armind town "III also find us the peo pic to deal with M..p wlihus when in courts and enlrrtainments and your horse and at hide wiJ he ril arr.i far C. II COOI'KK 7 Myers Mouse StaMe. .Stanford, Ky mt-r- s On short notice u N l.l, "iir ten . Mouse and Lot in Crab Orchard, Ky. Five rooms and Vitchn. cellar, flower pit, stsbte an i other outbuildings, all in llrst class repair , a well of never filling water all kinds of fiutt trees and small fruits. I.M lontains about one acre Will sell i heap or exchange for small farm in a !timciiiti see are the ciclusive ajecis for the good ncighborhiaxl I he plai e H rented for iSy6 celebrated to Mr. Hugh "vargrni. who will sbo the place to any one wh" desires to look at It For further Branch Jellico Goal, I M Information address SiKPMF.NS, N ? .... - Centrally Lirarit me i Lcllll!luU. - Kv Also that it will te ta the interest of evrr.Uedr i located local! and set our clean Umncsllr ,Sut Cal Prues the very lowest We par the. .ash at the MOST IN QUANTITY. BEST IN QUA LITY. mines, therefore are able la sell at the lowest price Ci.me and see us ()o. Coal makes rcl ashes, no cinders. Coal, Coal, Coal. Falls I I ut hour in advance of their appearance Commerco Building, Louiavillc, en tho earth's surface. I announced this theoretically in tho American Me-- j Agents throughout the South teorological Journal for.Inly, 1S91, but W. A. TBIBBLS, Loo&l Affn ' I had few observations from aloft in support of it, and I thought then that STANFORD, KY. it might have been due to a coincidence. j ciince that time the elaborate experi-- I VOU AREGOING .IF ments at tho Itlue Hill observatory in , BARBEE&CASTLEMA;SlpSS:u:at The Charles Wheeler Emporium. cold waves reach the upper air several We still exist. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, including ' WORMS vermifuge: 20 WHITE'S CREMf OR YEARS d NOM. A ."ON. Farmers Bank&Trnst Co Of STANrOKD. KVv, lanowfullT,oraniied and ready lar busiocis with all WORM Romodloii. 1 Paid up Capital of Surplus, . SUCCtSSOlt - - HOHTE ok WEST, THK ' j with it the kite observations. A re leased balloon drifts away with the cold wave, und so the deFifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. la the hoe for you, ai its cline of temperature aloft is not proper Double Dally Trains ly compared with the surface tempera- 25 percent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all ComMake'close connections at ture. Kites of light construction can main- forts and Blankets. LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI tain themselves aloft six dajvs in seven all points. For A new lot of IClegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all it 5 cents. Ala- at New York-- , and probably four days rilKOUCM TICKETS SOLD. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH Jn seen at Cincinnati, where the wind ronia and Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save For any information enquire of is light, if night winds in both cities money. CHAS. WHEELER. Respectfully, JOES. RICE. Agent, Stanford, Ky cro included in tho estimate. Hut LouiaviLLt 4 NasHVIllf R. R. I 1S95, have reaffirmed it. The curves have leen carefully worked out nt the obsenatory by II. II. Clayton, indicating that abnormal coolness of he air aloft denotes the approach of a cold wave which soon reaches the sur- face. When the nir rushes up Mount Washington or Pike's Peak it carries Aug-ust- , The 20th Century Boot hustonville, Tailor made Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. to THK LINCOLN NATIONAX. HANK OK STAN'OKD, Now cloainx up) with the saint aissu and uodtl the same management. V II r provisions of its chaiier, depositors are as fully protected as am depositors In NstioaaJ Uar.ki, its shareholder be.nf held individual!) : : Iiaole to the cstcnt ol the amount of their stock tnermn at the par value therval, in addition to the amount invested In such sharxs. It may act aa (ecutor. administrator, trust, Ac, as fullv ss snindmdual To those who entrusted their buisincss to us while maasini; Ihe Lincoln Hank 31 Otters his services o too people ol West I.lu- - Maalord, we we here tender ourNahuual many thanks and Cola anl Catty Counties t .11 stci of Colli 1. 1 trust tbey will continue to transact their busiret: and Casltrts always on hand with us, ollering as a cuarantce for prompt attea. IJ. n. Carpviitir, Manavr lion to sam, our twenty years' espenence ia oj banking andas liberal aciouiinndationi as are with sound banking. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. NOI.ll HV M.I. lmiOOIMTM. rr. r4 lit HICIUVIKOt aim Kill., NT. tout. $200,000. 20,000. J. T. SUTTON. ini)i:rtaki:k, kentucky. nt Portlaud. San Francisco. lo the Great Drives in Clothing. J J . Williams, Mt. Vtrnoo, II Shanks, Manloid, . . umaiTOMs; Via Ihe J.S. Owsley, Stanlord; S J. Kuibry, Stanford, J. J II -- '5JlOUIIVIlir.,itWlBIIT Chicaso Rr(o-Onl- y S. II ShanksPresident, Owsley, Stanlord; Cash, Stanford, William Oooch, Stanlord; A. W. Carpenter, MIIIcIkcviIIs, W 'II, Cummins. !,.. i K l'r. n. I .ouisvrx.r.E .Dining Car Route From Or.J.'H. OwsJeyCaihier, W M Ilrighl, Teller. Ky. Midland H'y, Cincinnati and Frankfort and quickest between Shortest Onlv Duect Lii.e Hetween ' doubtless make the record almost con tinuous. Since there is often plenty of Wind nloft and none at the snrfner. nf " oarth, the facts nre only approxi mutely known ntpreaent. X. Y. World. l'rof. Moore's kite, if he uses gns, would HIG LINK 01"- - PLOW GEAR, B.A he.KortMt and cheapest route to all loikt, South, Bast, North hJ,West. agents. The tail of tlie otter serves not only r0r.ifurther information apply C. D. bsCKCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent.. ns a rudder, but also tut n means of pro OEO. B. HARPER, R'Cr & Gen. Sup pulsion, Ha movements closely reem- Frankfort Kv bllaur thowo of a screw propeller. 5 fkreHr. of outdoor neckatsk for tickets via Kentucky Midland. Trains wear to those who hno no furs and run by Central Standard Time. cannot allord them or fcatlwred boas Time Tabid Nov. 3, 1855. ( either. Get two yards of black India No. t. No 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. silk, that which cost about CO cents p ui, p. tn. a. m. a is 6 js A n yard, and cut It in h 100 t,vt Fraaklort strips Klkboen jci 4 li no i lengthwise. Sew them together ncat- ay " Stamping Uround 7 45 447 a148 ly, pink each edge and plait it in triple 15 So$ GeorKetownB... 7 5 09 7 S' Jlrr. C. S. Uepot C J" box plaits. It will be n yard or more in 4 eo - 8 30 341 Paris , length when completed, and is an ex- 10. 4. T.1AINS WEST. No. 1. No.m. No.ra. No. l oellent substltuto lor a boa of fur or a. p. a. ui. p t. .rv o 00 feathers. Put narrow black ribbons C 4ao - 9 oj Pfcris 6 37 10 07 C.S. Depot 6 40 6 40 where you wish to fasten it close about 5 55 M Georgetosrn B 10 10 6j Such a boa, if bought at 7 ; I tho throat. Stamp's Gro'd 10 a8 JO 4 7 5 Elkhorn I 15 the shops, would cost you about three 8 Art t'rankfert A... n 00730 dollars. It need not cost you over one SUNDAYTRAINS. dollar. If you desire one for the neck Vtt,v Georgetown to 10 a. m; arrive Frankfort only a yard of silk sut in three strip Xlxavemrrankfort 4 1" ..a"ive Georgetown will suffice. It will bo very pretty edged with narrow lace. St. Louis 5 iS MldUnd""Ralwayand Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Carlisle, Maysvillo, Oynthiana, .Falmouth and Covington. Just a Outdoor stif,'f,'estion RNBSS, SADDLERY, &c. Call and see them. Denver Kleg'nt Pullman Vcstlbuled Slwpers ui Modern Pattern. Kur uisps or any information, address MlANK J. KKIU, ) f K. II. 1IACON (J. I' Afieril, I) P. A or J (, ) Chicago l.oulivlle He sure tn rail for Mod .n I alu TO CHICAGO. FIRST NATIONAL BArjK OK STANKOKI), KY. Capital Stock Surplus ;- 8100,000 -. St. Paul. All Kinds and at Lowest Prices. I six-inc- - BEST In all - IF I YOU WANT THE J GARDEN your neighborhood this season I FARRIS 8c HARDIN. PLANT OUR FAMOUS ie j H G RUPLEY Nmymw of which are described and illustrated in our beautiful and entirely New Catalogue for 1896. A new feature this season Is the Free delivery of Seeds at Catalogue prices to any Post Office. This " New Catalogue" we will mail on receipt of a stamp, or to those who will state where they saw this advertisement, the Catalogue will be mailed Free 1 nt I TMEMERGH ANT T11L0RIs Receiving his Attention of the public is to t So far that this is the only National invited in Stanford Hank Under the provisions of the National Hank are secured not only by th. stock, but bv the stockholders' liability capital amount eijual to the stock, so that depositors ol this Institution are secured' by a fund J ,ooo ITiva sworn statements of thocondilion of are made oachyearto the United States the bank govsrn-msand its assets are eaamined at stated titnaa by eovernment ajents, thus sucunng addititoas snd perfect safely to depositors. This insUtuiiUD, oriicmally established as th Deposit Hank of Stanford in i8j8, then ued as ihe National Hank ol Stanford in il'c and Ki National Hank ol SUnlord in iSSj, has had practically an uninterrupted oiistencc, of is years. It is better suppliad now with lacilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally ibau ever before in its louc and honorable career. Accounts of corporations fiduciaries, arms and Individuals respectfully solic- Tha Directory ol this Hank is composed ol forejlus Itoid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. H. Colliei, Lincoln; J. W. Ilayden, Stanford; S. II. Haughuian.i Lincoln; r.-na- n 23,700 ,. nt P- - c. conntc-tfaTslor- SFMIWG ANB SUMMER Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. PETER HENDERSON 35 & GO. J. 37 CorUondt St., No w York, W. A. Trtbble, Stauford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. HUl, Btanford; K. L. Tanner, McKinney; M. J. Miller. Mt. ' ir. a. Hccltae, President; Jus. J. McRoberts, Cashier; A, A. McKinney, Aut. Cwhisi J. S.Hocktr, Stanford; V.n '