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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896022801 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. rrTnrr- n i in i in ji i :::.r. ,; ;t, .' I ) Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XXIIl. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY- - Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28 1896. LANCASTER, CARRARO COUNTY. MIDOLEBURG, CASEY UOUNTY. NO. 103 ir The Muthodiat ladles realized 10 on 'P'r court day dinner. hA SanJy . Misa Dovo II. Harris is to Thero will ho an auction at another term of eohool at Uuena Vleta, hotel next Monday. t Monday. -- Mrs. Wm. M. Weber will entertain Mms Altiu Mrkabury untcrtaiued n thu Ladies' A id Socioty Friday rveninjr. There will be an oratorical conWit at few friends overling in her most tho Institute in tho near future, muni- - inimitable atylo. Sunday next the subject of JJIiler BOino medals will he awarded. Miller la improving bin George (Joweii'd discourse will be "The uMr. Huxh hotel property. Mr. Miller Is tho right UoodStupberd." -- Tim Aid Society of Christian church man In tho right placo. His etlortH havo will meet Saturday afternoon witb Mre. been crowned with success. Mr. and Mra. Willis Adams will le- - H. O. .Jennings, -- Tom Pollard, a negro, wns arrested gin thu construction of a handsome two- story rmldeiico on Adainn Avenue next Wrdnesdny evening by tlio cit tuarehal month. They aro receiving bids for it on tbe etiarge of larceny. now " MlH8 a,Ih AdauiH entertained Mies -- Misses Ellen Hulner and Ann Stow- UatuMt,t of St(Ul(onl( Tuesday m. lieu nrt wore thu guests of Mrs. ,l0rt,)ilH, homi evon,K nl demon at her delightful country home MlM Maml( Ult! Hllrac,lvo dllu,llBr where hospitality and good cheer meot (), Mr R,J(, MfH Tom RobnBOI1 tho welcome guest. tamed u few of her most intimate friends t " --Tho oxercisea of the Tues.lay evening. ,, ;v Ii0 fow.fl Monday night wore considered highly ,, Wftg amusing. Ho,outions over the death of cuk.,,rntiul , tlu of th Klml,r. a member atrording a broad fled for on. d(UH o jb Hlh tOry, UUl Wlieil IIIO iitinrit.'u iiinimrn appropriate ujturclnufl. appeared on tho streeta next day it did It Is tbo rumor now that one of tho nnarauiao !..... merry haeliolors of Lancaster conte Tbo entertainment given by Prof. plattN writing up the bichelor-inaid- tj Walton's pupils last Saturday evening and tbeir especial characteristics. wan both interesting and Instructive. J. II. Doty sold IU cattloat $22 CO. Tho students acquitted thon.selves iu W, A. Anderson sold 10 heifers at 10 such a creditable manner that It would T. H, Walker sold a nice pair of good bo impossible to choose u favorite from limits at a Mr price. J. T. Conn sold a tbe handsome galaxy. yoke of cottle for 50. Tho Mt. Vernon Eagle, mentions tho Miss Lizzie Thompson van "at probability of tbo candidacy of Mr. O.O. home" to some of her young friends and William for Congressional lionof. Tho ... I.. .!... :.... Mil..-- .. I fni,l..i ' d str ct wi bestow honor upon b worthy now" u VL'r' popular gHino here, was part , . rec pent if it chooses to aelect Mr. Nil- - ' nl 11 in iiviit ill in . urn .1 nvmi.nt llauiB aa tnoHiKTeesor 01 our giltett ret. Jinnee Rogers, who lives in tho up roifliitative, Hon. James 11. MtCreary, per end of Usrrsrd, in reported to itavo who has declined to enter tho race again. shot and Buriouslv wounded n negro Tho string band composed of Mess'B Sambrook, of Livingston, furnished tte of tbo dillkulty was not HacertaineJ, but music for tho exercises in celebration it is thougbt tho negro will die. of Washington' birthday, Htid It was a( Mr. Charles Alien Tboiuaa, a young musical treat, long to no remembered. miner of the Hiblo College at LexingThe air, America, elicited warm applause ton, wlo hftB already won fame and a which strange to say was started by one name in a number of oratorical contests, in tho audience, who recognized in it Inn been engaged by tho ladies of the tho onco Limiltar air "Ood tuvo tho Aid Society of the Cbristian church to Queen." deliver ouo of bis fine lectures heroin attended Mr. George Fish and family Spring. His theme will be "The Islea the entertainment Saturday evening-Misse- of tbe Sea." tlorda Martin and Carrie biir Mecsrs. Will Ward nnd John M. Lowero tho guests of Mrs. tieorglu Rich lad , gin, two of Lancaster's enterprising week. Mrs. J. M. Walton, of Living will noon erect new dwelliugs for Bton, wB tho guest of the Jopllu Mutiee occupancy. Mr. Ward contemplates last week. Mr. Mitre Miller is Ht homo building as nuny aa three houacs and on a visit. Messrs. C. 0. Davis and Wm. Mr. Lonan to,all on Lexington street. Guilders wero tho gallant ushers at the This now a very inviting is street and Dr. Green is visiting his family college. moro residences mo added it will of the wben here. Mr. Cox", bridge inspector then be more desirable. L. A N., was tho guest of hia .laughten Mips Myrtle Wilds is tbo guest of Martha Mica May, last week. Miss her uncle in Jellico. Tenti. Miss Mollie Grillin, of" Wildio, was In town this week Douglas baa returned from a protracted tho guest of Mr. Willis Grilitn. Misa visit to friends in Versailles. Mies Pat-a- y Eva Martin visited Misa Uesslo Miller Hezley ia visiting ber brother in recently. Danville. Lewid L. Walker waa in OF A LOCAL NATURE. Frankfort lftfet week attending court. 0. of M. Richardson, of Somerset, is tho guest An infant eon of Henry Tombs, of J. G. Sweeney and family. Mrs. MorMcKInney, died Tuesday. timer Scott, of XichoUaville, and Mra. Al Douglas, an extensive brick conCharles Bollini:, of Lower Garrard, wero tractor at IMctunoad, is dead. visitor of Miaa Sallio D. Tillett. Mrs. Judgu 0. S. Poalon, a John Greenleaf, of Richmond, is tho aged SO. llarrodsburg lawyer, is dead, guest of Mrs. Emmn KauMman and famThe Somerset Hornet ssb that Rex ily. Georgo D. Lusk ia Boj'mrning in Held nevor opened his mouth In his life llarrodsburg. Mr. PleasanlP, of Lincoln, without telling some miraculous lie. is tho guest of Miss Jennie Arnold. Miss K. A. Hew, of KaiiBas City, waa Fannie Uuderwood, n most worthy as the representative of Centre oung lady ami a graduate of Prof. J. C. College in thu Intercollegiate contest. Gordon's school, is touching nt Hright'a J. T. Freeman, of Williamsburg, bus school house. Mm Lum Bryant and been appointed bank and corporation nephew bnve taken rooms with Misa clerk iu tbo ollico of tho secretary of Jennio Arnold. Miss Jonnio Uurueido State. Armstrong Stroud was appointed ia on the sick list. postmaster at Norwood, Pulaski county, MATRIMQNIALMATTEnS. nnd l W. Perkins nt Red Aeh, Whitley U. I). Tracy nnd Mis Florence E. county. Day, tbo youth who carried S.nith, both of thia vicinity were marriWilliam tho mail between Tupton uud Lilly, was ed Tuesday. Edmond Lucaa and Hettio J. Luper, convicted of taking tho contents of regisBweet 10, both of tho McKInney section, tered letters, lie only got IS CO W. II. Dohn, a saloon keeper nt wero married at George S Luper's yesMiddlesborough, aesnulted the Rev. C. terday. S. A. Cummins, nn engineer, nnd E Boawell, a Methodist minister, aa a Misa Annie P. Dobbjns, of Kiiiguville, of tho light against tbo saloons. While playing tho role of peacema- wero married at thu bride's home near ker, Lewis Farley, n llarrodsburg xiegroi Kingsville, Wednesday. Brank Davidson wna granted at Lex had his head split open with n hatchot by who thought Farley waa taking ington a dlvorco from hia wife, who waa a woman the heroine of n ecaudal in high life, she aidea against her husband. old having eloped with Dr. Edgar. Olaudo Newland, tho seven-yea- r Mr. and Mra. W. It, McCullough Bon of Mr. and Mre. W. David Newland, flection, died yester- who live near Mayaville, havo lived to' of tho OederCreok gather aa man and wifn for 03 yeara. day morning. Ho had been eick for months with a complication of trou- They are yet active and hid fair to roach bles. At 10 o'clock today Eld. A. 0. 00 or more. He ia Si, hia wife four Nowland, grandfather of tho deceased, months older. Here ia a society note taken from will preach tho funeral, after which tho will be laid to rest In thefam-l- the Donansburg correspondent of the little body Greenaburg Record: "It i'b rumored burying ground. Tho Monticello jail is doubly guard- that Tom Price and Mra. Bettie Shullett ed to prevent a fnrthur attempt at lynch- will coon get married if their children ing four prisoners confined there. A aro willing and tbo weather stays cool." The wedding of Mr. Sam Cummins mob is after Jaraeajand Celina WinchesJonathan andJohn Troxell, all to Misa Pearl Dobbina camo oil' at Pleaster and D'En-ery- 'a ant Point church Wednesday evening at accused of robbing'.and burning Parmleyaville, last Sep- 0 o'clock in the presence of a large store, near tember. Four Troxells and two Win- crowd. The attendants were Mr. Ray chesters were arrested for the crime, and mond snow and Miss Mattie Onmtnlua. two of the Troxells were Bent to the pen- Rev. W. R. Davidson officiated. J. 0. itentiary for two years. The othera are Terry. believed to be equally Ruilty, but the A writer in the Atlantic is booming regulators, fearing that they can not be determined to bang Secretary Morton, of tbo agricultural deconvicted, have partment, for e presidential candidate. Kov. J. M. Walton preached hero .... be-i- ii . Tm-wda- y i j i I lw, ,,r .. I ,,,,, ; ball dozen dhoouraea nl thu church IhmI w,.if Rmv F Gridercsme over from Krnk. f nt Hst week to s attend Rev. W. B. meeting at the Methodist church. Mr. Edward Bdstin Is attaching a saw to bio grint mill on ICnob Lick nud will soon he able to furnish hia neighbors with lumber an well ns tho best quality meal. Miss Laura Murpbv, daughter of Mr. M. J. Murphy, at Kingsville, who lately visited her aunt, Mrs T S Benson, near hero, is about the most dentin utive crenturo hh one olten meets. She ii lOyusrs of ago and weighs but CO pounds. Her health hai Interfered greatly with ber growth. Mr. William TnomuH an Mios Durham drove to Liberty Monday and were married by Rev. J. Q Montgomery. Mr. Delk and Miss Celeste Jones, daughter of Mac I). Jones, of the Indian Creek section, will be married Thursday. Wo havo at last been nblo to see a copy of the Liberty Tribune. It ia the thiid now'spapor venture in tho county and decidedly the best of tho three. The poopio should eee that it gets the support it seems to merit. A good paper does more to build up a town or county than any other enterprise. It is pleasing indeed to see how the democrats at Frankfort have been able to hold their own witb tbe republicans. Fighting tho dovil with his own weapon is about the only way to successfully copo with him and wo aro glad tu see that democrats have at last caught on. If tbo republicans had been Bllowed to unseat one democrat, tbe heads of a half dozn or more would have fallen i n'o-the bisket before the work of decapita lion would have ended. Stick to 'em boyj! and if tho presence of Jick Chinu ia not eulilcient to hold them down, just send over and we can, at a moment's notice, furnish a half dozen just as "had God-by'1 Wjiliuina is teaching a Nearly everyone having nn ico hour a private echool of about JO pupila t Yoae filled it last week durinir the cold ennp. mite, Tbo ice, from 2 to 4 inches thick, waB -IW. H. Godby preached soino tho clearest nnd nicest put up hero for -- MiPH Jennie HUSTONVILLE. WE ALWAYS HAVE tv. many years. Billy Huflaian went nut to bis mother's placo Sunday morning .and found a yearling colt dead, with no reps'm assign-nbl- o for its demise. Florence Yowell lost n yearling undor circumstanced us inexplicable during the cold weather of iHht . iTSVfj '$3ri week Mat-tio- Mil-or- J uus" ns Jack. s citi-z-ns- I well-know- ed above town Tuesday morning, aged 73 years. She bad been eick about two weeks, but wni thought to be better as she was abio to eit up some She got up at 5 o'clock on the morning of ber death and culled for ber clotliiug and ber son, Mr. Calvin Russell, was assisting her in dressing. Then she complained of a shortness of breath anil asked to bo placed tho bed. This request was complied with when she died immediately. Mrs. Russell wsa a member of tho Christian church nnd ouo of tho best women we ever knew. Owing to her kind and motherly disposition, she waa called "granny" by almost everybody in tho community. She leaves u husband and six children nlmost n over tho loss they have sustained. Thero seems to be quite a religioua atmosphere in tbo Kingayillo vicinity. While out thero recently wo wero told that hardly a ony passed that there wbb not a meeting of some kind. Tho brethren of tho Christian church nnd those of the B.iptist church nt Pleasant Punt had combined their forceH for a more effective battle against the evil ouo and tho cbancea Mere rather iig.iinst tho prosperity of tho blind tigers, that aro thought to bo running iu and about town. We learno J while out there that some dozen or more young men of Waynesburg wero indicted at tho last term of tho Casey circuit court for disturbing religioua wor ship at Wnlltown, this county. The dis turbance took place just before Christmas, when Riv. Jacob Fugley was holding holiness meeting. They will likely faro pretty b idly judging from the fate of othera who have unfortunately fallen into the bauds of Judge Jouea and Commonwealth's Attorney Muncie. heart-broke- Mrs. Annie Russell, wife of J. G. Riiesell, died nt ber homo two miles re-Bu- lt UunuLK. Mr. Ed Miner la ready to do bov-er- al y grinding and crushing any Friday now. T. C. Raukiu returned from Wayne witb about 30 young cattle weighing 900 lbs., which coat 2Jc. Mrs. Jennio Bright is in from Middleaboro visiting relatives and friends. Wo are sorry to learn that Miss Lou D. Bright ia suderiug from disability of the eyes and hope she may recover toon. Mr. Bowen Newell, of Pulaski, waa in tbis neighborhood looking for a good jack. Eubanks Broa. have a small crop of bomp that will make from 1,800 to 2,000 Iba. per acre. This ought to put Lincoln county farmers to cultivating some hemp each year. At Atlanta a play, "The Old Village School," was presented at the Grand Opera bouse, and at each performance the audience was asked to join in singing "Auld Lang Syne." The innovation proved a great success. Col, Richard O. Morgan, of Lexington, will present to the Oonfederato Museum, Richmond, Va., the saddle used by Gen. John II. Morgan in the late war. Other valuable Confederate relics will be sent from Lexington. Georgetown is at work on its electric street railway. One dny last week Miss Julia Stngg drove from Liberty to this place and came very near freezing her hands. When sue arrived hero they wero devoid of feeling and had to be thawed out in cold water. Waller Greening rented 40 Berts of tho old Prftton placo to put in tobacco. It was timbered and in order to bnve it cleared up be offered everybody all tbo wood they would haul oh". Many havo taken advantage of this offer to lay in n supply. Sam Logan was confined to his bed BHvernl daya witb n throat trouble, but is now out again. Mrs. .Mary ween was quite sick last week, but ia now improving. Mre. W. L Williams ia now pronounced out of danger and it is hoped will rapidly convnleso. Cashier Hocker, not content with the painting and papering of tho walla nnd ceiling of the bank, has had tho floor painted and those who approach him for a "little favor for 30 days" had better scrapo tho mud off their boota ou the steps, to Veep on tho good Bide of him. Doc Smith and Will Hustou have rented tho farm of Dr. J. B. Owsley near Stanford. They will raise tobacco and hemp. Will Rout lias rented a body of land from Florence Yowell for tbe purpose of raising both tobacco and hemp. An increased acreage of tobacco will be planted here noxt B9asan ns nlmost eyery one that raised the weed this year n satisfactory price for his crop. Wm. Wright met with a paiuful few since while standing on tho platform in front of Istac Steele's ico house, which bo was having filled. An empty wagon drew out from in front of tho platform, catching the ond of the brake-pol- e under tho edg of the planks and when opposite Mr. Wright, tho polo was released suddenly and up, striking him a sharp blow across tbe loft eyo, depriving him of the use of it for several days. Rev. Martin Luther, of Chicago, ar rived Tuesday and begtn the feriea of meetings announced iu thia column by preaching Tuesday night to a largo and appreciative nudienco at tho Presbyterian church. The order of services will U as ioiiows: in tho morning services at 10 o'clock; at night, prayer meeting and song service beginning at 7 o'clcck promptly and lasting 25 minutes and immediately afterwards the regular preaching service. Everything points to a profitable and enjoyable meeting. In tho death of Mrs. Patay Ann Green, tho Preabyterian church hero baa lost one of Its oldest and moat highly esteemed members. She IihcI a strange premonition concerning ber brother, Mr. Hugh Logan, who died recently. When ho left for the South alio told him sbo would never see him again and although ha spoke lightly of tho impression, still it wna very vivid to ber nnd she contend ed that they would never meet again ou earth. Subsequent events proved that sbo waa correct. Uy her death only one of the originally large family of children remains Dr. Logon, of Moreland. Genie Carpenter corrects our ttato ment of last week with reference to hia attending tho business collego at Lexington and Hriys that he ia not going. Mrs. Mary Tom Cook, of Jellico, and little eon, Maaon, are at bar mother's, Mrs. Arch McKinney. Mr. Cook is expected thia week. S3veral of our people attended the holiness meeting nt Somerset latt week conducted by Rev. Henry Morri-ssMrs. Collins arrived Friday from Louisville, where she spent the winter, She was accompanied by little John Steele, son of Isaac Steele, who has been attending a kindergarten school in that city. A little son of Marshal Devers ia very sick with a rising in his head. Mra. Kauffman is recovering nicely from tho effects of her fall recently iu which her collar bono was broken. ob-tau- ifd f" 2r At the Lowest Prices. ."- - 1 k The Best Line of Mens, Boy's and Children's Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Neckwear, unparalleled lines and styles. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. J. L. FRO H MAN & CO., Danville, Ky. Additional Locals. Trusses, Spectacles and Prescriptions Craig & Hocker, Cash Druggists. our Three Specialties. Ladies, now is the time to plant Flower Seeds. have them. you. . Craig & Hocker Craig & Hocker, Cash Druggists, will order Flowers and Bulbs for Our trusses are the best. Spectacles guaranteed to fit. Prescription goods and work endorsed by all doctors. Craig & Hocker, Cash Druggists. JAMBS 8 HUSTONYIXUE, KY. FETE, fl-- Is offering great bargains in all kinds of goods. His Spring Stock is now complete and right up to date in style, quility and prices. They are all bought from first hands and as cheap as cash can buy them. and quality for Men, Boys and ChilClothing in the various dren, 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 are much cheaper. I will save you 50c to $1 a pr. CARPETS. I bought my Carpets before the advance and will sell 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 10c. A S. D. Yowell, Salesman, 3-l- b 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, Wall Paper and Brushes. Prescriptions accurately filled from only the Purest Drugs. W. B. McROBERTS, Druggist, Stanford, Ky. H, 0, RUPLEY THE MEMH ANT TAILORIs Receiving his Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect - n. SPJMN& AKB SUiMfMCDR Fit We still exist. Guaranteed. Give him a Call. The Charles Wheeler Emporium. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, including What mute sermon on heroism is preached in the finding of the bodies of tboae two old men in Baltimore, clasping baby forms, which each had attempted to rescue from stifling death by smoke and tire. There are heroes in the prosaic life of every day whose deeds are un paralleled on battlefields. The letters in the various alphabets of tbe world vary from 12 to 202 in number. The Sandwich Islanders' alphabet has 12, tbe Tartarian, 202. One oftuk best. nal having reached The Intbbior Jourits 21st year tbe Kentucky press busies itself with saying that the old sinner who edits it getB out one of the very best papers in Kentucky. Bnt what's the good of telling everybody what everybody knows? Covington Commonwealth, The 20th Century Boot Tailor made Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. Great Drives in Clothing. Fifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. per cent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all Comforts and Blankets. a A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all at 5 cents. and Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save CHAS. WHEELER. Respectfully, m 25 Ala-roni- them. ,.c-AA- - U 2- - VtfU-- ' i J- -. , nteriorJourn&i Bcanford. Ky., February 28, W. P. WALTON. 189G Ifc w f, It IM Ik) Ir4 tation. IS Our pood brother Walton, of Stanford, seems to be aping Dick Knott not only aa a gold bug bolter, but as an advocate of the utmost liberty to railroads in over riding the rights of the people. Owene- The tarift bill passed by the Houso is aB Senator boro Messenger. Nay, nay, dear Urey, "us dead as Juliuo you do ua a grievous wrong. Even you Fryo remarked. Tho Senate put it to can't call it bolting to oppose the election Bleep when it rejected the motion to take oi a bolter, who not only refined to abide it up by a voto of 33 to 22, five free coin-B- g 'epublicans voting with the six popthe decisions of the constituted authoridemocratic nomi- ulists and democrats against it. Tho reties, opposed regular nees who were not for him and abused publicans are hopelessly split on the siland vilified men, high in authority, the ver question and the silverites will Bgree latchetsof whose shoes ho is unworthy to no tariff legislation till their pet measto unloose, but hurled defiance at every- ure is adopted, which means that neithbody and everything who failed to ac- er the tariff nor the Bilver act will becept him and his dogma. We are for come the law, for which relief much sound money, such as we have now, thanks. gold, silver and paper, and will continue All efforts to get Blackburn to stand to have, as long as there is but one stantwo me- a?ido and etve some other man a chance dard of value to back the other unavailing, bo caucuses like diums. Fifty cents worth of silver can will prove held to that end the other night not be made to pass for a dollar, unless tho one Blackburn is for are a waste of time. there is something to back It or an You his own selfish Bell and he will seo to it agreement to that end. get the prize no dem can call us a gold bug if you choose, but that if he doesn't you'll get hurt if you over intimale that ocrat shall. even the slightest taint of your free silIt was the same old etory yesterday, ver lunacy baa struck us. As for your Blackburn with but slight variations. other charge, that is hardly worth each received 02 votes on Railroads are not the enemies aud Hunter 32d ballot, whllo 10 members voted of the people, as certain demagogues the for other persons. would have them believe. They are operated by individuals for money and LAW MAKING AT FBANKFOflT. Bhould receive the earno consideration The bill to prevent the sale of cigai?- enterprises do, thBt other legitimate Kentucky was paesed by the such as managing their property to suit ottes in themselves, subject to reasonable re- Uoubo. The Senate concurred in the House strictions. It is because we object to resolution favoring the election of Unitthat useless and costly board, the rail Senators by popular voto. road commission, having more authori- ed States SilveritememberBof the legislature ty given It, that Brer. Woodson takes caucus decided to block the election exceptions. We do not think that be- in of any Senator since Blackburn can not cause a man is in tho railroad businef a he Is necessarily n rascal, nor do we win. A bill to require a Bible to be placed think beciuse one gets on the comevery public school in the State, and, mission who doesn't know a hammer in if trustees require it, a chapter shall be from a handspike or a tie from a T rail as school day haB been presented has been and still iB the case, that tho read each in the House. fact of his advancement makes him comMr. King introduced a bill providing petent to fir rates, pass on taiiffa and of thoso that persons whose immediate relatlvea run railroado independent killed by mob violence may whom the owners have employed for have been for damages ngalnBt each of bring suit that purpose. There is too much Politicians the persons implicated in the crime. about railroads. It ia announced that Gov. Bradley have played on the prejudices of the to appoint Senator has determined people till they have come to believe roaring Landes to the vacancy on tho appellate that they are worse than the bench, but will wait until the legislature lion, which goeth about seeking whom adjourna bo aa not to destroy the tie. he may devour. It iB just from this misOur old friend, Sam Carson, may not taken idea that these corporations can be able to spell except by ear, but he hardly get justice from the average jury, to get there when the call is and our friend Woodson is ono of Ibe manegeB for bills. Hia latest is to provide made fellows who ib responsible for Buch a for eleemosynary Study up on the money a board of inspectors Btate of affairs. institutions and Is said to be aimed esquestion, young man, leave the railroads pecially at the Catholic institutions. alone for a season and devote your atIt is said that his friends will make tention to Bro. Hale. He is enough for Senator Blackburn this proposition: you to attend to. will agree to withdraw permanently Gov Bucknkb, the grand old man in from the race if the majority of the full war Bnd the grander in peace, announces joint democratic cbucub requests him to however, that his intention, aa soon as the winter is withdraw, provided, over, to Btump the State in the interest Messrs Weissinger, Carroll, Speight, of sound money and the public credit. Walker and Violett will go Into that He will urge tho sending of a Bolitl caucus and agree to abide by the decia sound money delegation to Chicago and ion of the majority. the nomination of a democrat for pre si NEWSY NOTES. aentwhoia sound on all the isaues. who is betThere is no man in the State The gold reserve is now up to ter able to give reasons for tho faith that is in him and hia words will be worth The Paris News reports the sale of thousands of votes to the cause of honest 15 mules at f 8S. money and unimpaired National credit The prohibitionista won atFordville, Ohio county, 03 to 23. R. B. Geohegan, the Louisville haWk manage some things better in Kentucky. For instance, our juries would berdasher, has again assigned. have given a young lady an Instant acAt Princeton, in Fayetto county, and a chromo, who after being BobToomey killed Henry Benton. quittal annoyed to death by little negroes robJudge Perkins, at Covingron fined bing her fruit trees and begging them to the poolroom proprietors f 500 each. desist, shot into tho gang and killed ono. In Mashonaland, Africa $42,000,- Not bo in the District of Columbia. Miss 000 of gold is being mined annually. Flagler, daughter of a general in the U. W. N. Lane, tho murderer of the 8. army, was tried thia week, for the act twoRodenbaugbs, is on trial at Vernamed above and in addition to being sailles. sent to jail for a short time was fined Ti ree hundred negrc es have left $500. Little negroes must be more yalu-abl- e Birmingham for Savannah, to rail for there than here and hereabouts. Liberia. AtSardis, Ala., a man shot another Wallkr, the former United States to death when he caught him waltzing just released from a French prison, th his wife. will, it iB said, be boomed by hia sympaThomas Gray, a clerk in the L. & thizers for the republican nomination N. freight department at Louisville, comfor vice president. Ab Waller is said to mitted suicide. have married a "nigger" wife, the Sheriff A. D. Pence, of Nelson counscheme might be a good one. Ic would ty, for 30 years either a sheriff or a depmake the negroea feel to some extent uty, died Tuesday. like they were being recognized beyond Thomas Yoiers, a switchman, was tho simple occupations of heweis of run over and killed by an L. & N. freight wood and drawers of water. train in Louisville. Thomas Haines, of Bridgeport, Ind,, sllveritea are going It Ib said that the blatherskite 8ena-to- r fell from a load of straw bo was hauling to bring Tillman, the and broke bis neck. from South Carolina, to Kentucky to Jamea H. Mulligan, of Lexington, help bolster up their rotten cause, which than even ita has been appointed United States consul muBt be ovon mora rotten at Capetown, South Africa. worst enemies imagined when Buch a A. B. Dixon, circuit clerk of Losllo, blatant demagogue and vulgarian has to has been given a $1,500 clerkBbip in thp be imported to toll honest men what to auditor's office at Frankfort. bolieve. While trying to rescue his drowning of tho Ken- boy, L. Rucker, of Catlettaburg, was also The executive committee tucky TtiBi Association, of which Mr. lest in the depths of the Ohio river. Mose Feltner and Carter Lewis, two H. E. Woolfolk, of the Danville Adchairman, will meet at George-tow- n of tho Lslslie county "Jayhawkers," vocate, la today to arrange for the next were convicted in the federal court of against and assaulting a govmeeting which will likely be at the cap-it- conspiring cordial invi- ernment officer who waa then in the disof Scott in response to a charge of his duty. to-da- y When theynajority report was read in tho Legislature Wednesday "recmond-in- g that Werner is ntltle to his sect on count of groao frawde," the wildest B2enes of the session occurred. A democrat wanted tho report printed and made a special order for next Wednesday and then the trouble began. Democrats denounced republicans aa Harp, &c, and the lobby cried "give 'em hell." Toe republican8 soon saw that they had "bit off more than they could chaw," the principal offender apologized, the mid whole thing was deferred till spread her white winged peace again wings. 0ar," inter-Nation- al jcon-siderin- e. blath-ersRiti- ng $124,-328,00- 0. at The militia at Easley, P. 0., is under C. M. Spoonamore a bunch of heifers arms to prevont the lynching of Henry 511. Faulconor & Rue will have another Ashmore, who brutally attacked tia combination Bale at Danville, April 0 and wife. be a wonderful success. The final Texas will havo an exposition at 10. when ICO or moro biiBlnees horses Our clearance sale has proven to will be offered. will be a display that will completly outshine any previous Dallas In 1S97 to celebrate the kilo track, Ohlllicothe's famous oi ita annexation by the United effort. To delight the buying buying public wc will which cost with ltsetables 500,000, sold at States. make this week of circuit court a record It will On his death bed Thomas Johnson, auction Monday for 510.025 and unequalled an unapproached. We of Creston, Iowa, confessed to the killing likely bo cut up in town lots. , intend to be recognized of J. E. Lynn a Louis Waltz bouaht of two men, of which he was novor sus 'lot of butcher stuff at 2jc and some fat pected. Boies, oi Iowa, bus issued a hoga 3Jc. Ho also bouiitit of Robert Bar declining to bo n candidate for nott a bunch of hoga at eamo price, letter hay for COO bales of good timothy president, but nobody aBked him, Blr, In overhauling our stock the past week we Bale. Will deliveron the cars in Crab Orshe said. have thrown out a lot of Barrains in every deof chard at 00c jnr 10) lbs fcWd oaU and Peter Williams, a Baw mill man partment. Wc will quote you a few prices in Delphos, O., fell on n running saw Bud corn also for sale John Buchanan. The Democrat says the best cattle each department. HIb heart waa also cut was cut In two. on the Winclu'otMr market Monday in twain., Quite h number of cents. By the explosion of a Baw mill boiler brought was plain cattle brought 3J i:tn. S'mo good near Middlesboro, James Brewor of 711 killed and Henry Scott was fatally mountain steers sjld for 3; lot Ib. steerH, 3 15; heifers, 500 lb,2Jctr; wounded. One lot of short piecec from 4 to 8 yards, -- Thomas Harris, a Peru, Ind., Sunday 700 lbs. a 0"; a few bulk 2 iU; a euull double width, worth 20 to 50c per yard. Wc of school superintendent, is wanted at that lot of cattle hoKO, I cent. A number have put them on the counter at to 20c. a lot of mules were offered but thn demand was place for stealing a Bible and One lot of wrapper goods, 8 and 10 yards in slow, Tho best pricoof tho day, 1200, hymnbook8. piece, worth 10c, will go a 7c. 16J hand attempted to plunder wbs for a pair of Two robbers the City National Bank at Wichita Falls, tmils P. P. Nunnolley has mad tho fol Tox.,and shot to deatn too caauir., lowing ales: To S. H. Shanks 15 calves Frank Dorsey. -- W. F. Yardley, a colored Knoxvile - at $10, to Louis WVz a cow for f24, to 25, to 8. II a cam Dave Embry a cow for Ladies' and Gents' Underwear marked down lawyer, baa announced himself pair of steers and a bulfer Bauchmann governor OI lenneencc, ..." Yarn Hose, ladies' size, 13c. A date for 25 percent. i iurw.ou, ui jhiih-rnuiiinin vu npndent of party. good yarn Sock John Milieu, of good calves for ?3o. to WhIib, of Garrard, DO, to JVtwo Fox eight Columbus, O.. coinuuitiu.u ur u. a a pair of oxen for calveH at to.l. A. Doty, of Garobjected to his going with his father rard, 15 steers at $22, to Nick Perkins bIx certain young lady. Workman, of Hunting-to- calves at $12 and to Sam Cochran 12 -- Mrs. Fannie Wc arc selling Hoy's Knee Pant suits from looking at heifera at $10.50 W. Va fell dead while 75c up. Men's Suits $3, S.i 75, $6 and $7 that her'mother'B corpse and they were bur KINGS VILLE. can not be duplicated elsewhere for more ied in the same grave. In dustiug up our medium price suits money. Virginia man in On a wegor, a West Mrs. .! nines Rov entertained n party of two young people at dinner Wednesday. we found a lot of odd panis. Come and get 10 d.jB drank a gallon of alcohol, and seven quarts of gram'-Miwiun ai uic uubi ui wieyuuuu nicy arc inauc 01. Mpt Fniinie Carey ami littlu gallons of hard cider b'ix bottles of gin. whiBky and are visiting her brother l WinchuMor. a Wo had preaching Tuexlny and At Valasco, Tex., the principal of nights at the I'restbytoriun church school attempted to ehuatiBe n pupil when all of the echolara attacKeu tno by Rev. Cook, of Biirnsidc. A lot ol Negligee Shirts, some with collar Uev J.L Allot, of Dimvillo, pnotorof pedagogue and heat him severely. and cuffs detached and soine attached, worth Walker haB the Christian church at tlii place, preach -C- ommouder-in-Chief j 75c. We offer them this week for .Oc. upon the first week in Septem-he- r edton largo and nttuntivu Hiidicncu both decided National morning and night Sunday. i aa the time for holding the swTOur Tailoring Line is Complctc.'a encampment of tho G. A. U at bt mil. In ILMiin MpVnrlnnil 14 still vrv Some enterprising follow sprinkled slck boinffconfmca tolier betl all the tlmJ. a lot of blood on the privet bushes grow Mr. Adlai Oln.ss, onco of this place, hut ing near where Pearl Bryan waa mur- now of Danville, was in town this week dered and aold twigs at 15 centa to mor- shaking hands with old friend bid suckers. A three year old child of Mr. John A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprictots, Winchester, O., Linthicuiu, formerly of tho South Fork -J- ohn Bradley, of dug T; D. RANEY, Manager. waa buried this week in a gravo he Miction but now of Jackson county, was threo years ago. The coffin brought here Monday and buried at PleasBranch Stores: for himself used had been kept under hiB bed for a ant Point It was burned to death. Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, couple of years. W. O. Alford, clinlrman of District Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Frankfort, Elizabeth-town- , The Central Hotel and Beveral stores No 51, has been sparing no pains in remodKy., and Mauckport, Ind. at Morehead were destroyed by fire. eling tho ttcliool house. He hits reset 21 The loss is 115,000. Editor Gallon, of the new desks and is now ready to accommoDocs Your Leader, was overcome by heat and is in date tho pupils much bettor than before a serious condition. TheSaulley and Owsley breeze from Fleming MrB. Mabala McGlone and the hills of justice teems to havo carried Jordon have been rearrested and jailed before it all our boys to some gentle clime, at Grayson. Tboy are charged with the where the air it free from the chilly gong Or Varnish ? Wc murder of Mrs. McGlone's husband, who of the Guilty consciences disappeared fivo years ago. need no accusing. L. L. Bucker, aged 45, and his son, The good people of this once hard and aged 10, were drowned in a Catlettaburg portion of the county have strivIn that line and wc fully warrant our goods. ekating pond. The boy waa skating and en bard to build up and maintain good ice broke. His father in attempting moral". Shall it now bo broken down and the Wc want your prescription work, too, and guarantee quality, accuto save him was bIbo drowned. trodden under foot by a few unscrupulous Weather Bureau, racy and price. Chief Moore, of tho persons? God foihid. millions of dollars' worth eatimates that Wc have been informed by Mr. W O of property was saved from destruction Watts that he saw the much talked-o- f as the result of the warnlnga of a cold belled buzzard on his place lust week. le wave recently sent out by the bureau. said it was (lying very low and seemed to Judge William Russell Smith, one of have coiuo from the Kut It turned severtho best known men in the South and al times and Hew Vit Ima native of RuBsellville, died in Wash ington, aged 81. He served three terraH NEW AUVKHTlSkMRNTX. Alain the United States Congreaaa from member of the bama, and was also a In the line of Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades, Glass, Confederate CongresB. CALL ON Carlisle was tendered an Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and Secretary at the banquet given in his honovation Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danvillk and sec or at the Manhattan Club in New York. The secretary spoke at length on sound STANFORD, KY., money, and began his address with the I'ncktt Key Checks by Mail for only i Cet ti. Kr Check, Metal CbccL. of declaration that it pleased him particu- Kor iiKK3Ke Dadgrs, Do; Licenie Checks, Key present becauso he knew that all kluds. larly to be Kingn, Cliainn, Ac. Stamping nn Metal and EntI). Klmou'i store, Next door to Farmers National Bank, Main Street, and examine eral repairing. one he waa coming to meet democrats who Blauford, Ky. Shop over M. S6 party'a of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central Kenhad never repudiated their DON'T FOROEr THAT He made an earnest, eloquent tucky. plea for the maintenance of sound FAVORITE MILLS, and insisted that in politics honthe heBt policy. esty waa GRAND : BARGAINS ! '' semi-centenni- ! Ex-Go- Leaders in Our Line DRESS GOODS. I2c ! 1 well-matche- d UNDERWEAR. 120 i- s i-- Sixteen-year-ol- d , (Oilothxito. 'j n ll Wed-neyda- y SHIRTS I THE LOUISVILLE STORE, ST-AJNTFOR- K2, House Need Paint, Paper, EVERYTHING 1 court-hous- e HAVE NEEDFUL ill-fat- ed 1 PENNY'S DRUG STORE. The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House F. G. BRADY, A. E. GIBBONS, prin-ciple- a, cur-renc- y, THE "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST." AT McKINNEV, KY., FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ey con-bu- I, 1 Jer-BFon Sale on Exchange Fine bull. A. G. Huffman. Hay. 1,300 bales of good timothy hay for Bale by F. Reld, Stanford. ForeBtuB Reid ehipped to J. D. Smith London a nice Jersey cow for 00. at John B. Rout, of the West End, sold toT. J. Robinson a bunch of sboata at Have just been overhauled aod repaired (to o bol torn to top by the fjmoui Richmond City Mil Worki, of Hichmond, Ind, and with capacity now Increased, aie doing more and better work than ever before, and with the old reliable D V, Kennedy aa head miller, you are aure of good Flour and (air treatment. 11 auie and bring ui your grinding and when buying-cal-l lor our old and wall established brands. Favorite Patent, Ladies Favorite and Makers' Choice. HATES A SON, Successor to K. L. Tanner & Favorite Milling Co. LOOK HERE I Seeding time is now'right at hand;"wehavc a large stock of 32c. DO YOU J. O. Hava of steers at $14. Geo. $15 Bold In WANT A Garrard a bunch and Beveral heifers at Situation? al has been made secretary of the Louisville Fair and Driving Association. Fret. Smith, (or It Taara rrlatlsal at tha Thomas Napier, of Crab Orchard, Bold to David Thompaon, of Garrard, 49 COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY Awarded Medal 6 World' $ Erpaitlon hoga at 3 55. Tor System or Hook.keeplna; and Ueaeral to complete aold at Ilbslnraa Education, vtr. Coit tuition, booka Rev. A. J. Pike, of Brodhead, llualneia Conrnn about tw. including Typewriting and ofsteerBat 3c and board. I'honoffrapny. iuccenful graduatei Lancaster Monday a bunch taught, lii.aii Ho in banka and official. No VaraUloa. and a lot of heifera at 23c EJiTKR NOW. Kentucky Unlveraltr Diploma graduate. awarded sold to John Thomp- graduat't ourttevring $itHAtin, AnUtant gietn our j, j, Thompson in 4T In order thai your UtUrt may reach thU CcIUq son, of Bee Lick, a bunch of 2 and int thU notice and addreu at below. WILBUR II. SMITHi LEXINGTON, KV cattle at 3 to 3c. Fou Salkor Exchange. No. 1 good jack in fine shape. Call on or address It W. L. McOarty, Klngsville, Ky. rented the Pat-to- n W. O. Greening has place of 200 acres near Hustunvllle Iniur-Policy No. 1,046 Mechanics and for $400. He will put 40 acres in tobac aoco Company is unaccounted tor. Tradersof issue Holder will please defiver to me. same having been order- co. r, Vinnoht- nt W. ea cancelled. W.VANDEVEKR, George o. n uiii 15 CO and-- sold to , 9s Stanford, Ky. bIx calveB at f A. Hail Llndenberj-er 145-pound .KCk . -- .&:s,'aA-v C'i-- Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c. Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. Wc handle nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nicei'iine of Buggies and Surreys. W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. "flZ VM :' '7 "'JV. -- "v$ r B. S. WXARXXT. BIG LINE OF- - Telea-mpb- r WO r PLOW GEAR, HARNESS, SADDLERY, &c. AH 1TOTICI. Kinds and at Lowest Prices. Look at Your Policies. I 1 TTJIIsrilTa- PLOWS, Call and see them. .tor -- FARRIS & HARDIN. .V cu . ij -- V v... 4i,tJ' jin ijfe, , t -,. 1 - Ljjts-- ' j Jif.. vl - . . &. ' ; f . fcjfc 'tit i ' 5jV . jr r"?P.V'""'v" ," Wi'i f? a i an needed a friend with the strength An Ingenious Woman. to hold up a good, powerful unrelenting "What shall I do?" sho moaned. "I mirror for her in gaze Into. Peto could have smashed my bicycle." The major was ono of tho many well- have hold up tlio mirror with right good "Let me see tlie wreck," said her BrANFORD, KV KKIlliUAKV i!8, 181)0 born Kiigllshmcn who come to Califorvvill, but ho did not know how. In mother. "Why, these wheels are very nia with a younger boh'h jortloii and thoso days ho followed the majoraround light indeed!" a Miuill monthly allowance, and hops with "Yes, the lightest manufactured." devotion, nnd only glowto make a fortune on a vineyard or a ered when Kllio camo out to the orW. l. WALTON. "Well, tiicro is no need to waste wheat ranch. Tho jilan nluayu looks chard one morning with her paints them. I'll take them to the milliner's feasible in Knglnml, and the agent nnd kuccccdcd in bringing upon hertclt nnd havo some trimming put on them. his vleUm that the 1,000 will a scolding from They will make some lovely hats for Ilnniixttc Kcotioin). e plot, plant vines, build "Wlml'a this?" rxolnin.itl the yotinjr buy a Sho held her head very lilgh nnd you nnd your sister to wear." N. Y. husband, referring to tlio nieinornii-dui- n n decent bungalow and tide the owner stiff, and marched over the hill point' Mercury. nho Jiml frhon liim. "One dozen over until the vinos shall bear and distance nway, where she seated herself Fntn. iffp, ti jKunti of raisins, bottle of bring him a haret of good American nnd pretended to sketch, but was in '"This, ladies IIarl gentlemen," Bald the and lemon extract, enn of condensed milk, gold. reality nursing her Injured feeling, Tho major was going tho way of to keep them alive. Tho major watched dime museum orator, leading his audidime's worth of ground cliiiiniiion nnd tors over to the next platform, "is tho hnlf n dollnr'H worth osugHi. What do many of hit Kngllsh friends. Tho her dlsapticar with a ixdned expresarmless wonder, Slg. Hasll Hngstock, you wtiutof nil thfhe things, Ikdlndn?" i, 1,000 legacy was gonc.and the month sion on his face, and then who was not only born without arms, s Urcuil," ly allowance of 'M (which, "I've got a dry loaf of linker lowed went dejectedly Into the house. Pcto but Is also deaf and dumb. The great go- - from a dlnUince, seeiued large) always was deeply incensed against Kllle, replied tho young wife, "that I and grief of his life, ladles nnd gentlemen, i Jug to avo by working up into a nreau grew pain fully Hitinll as It neared Call made another solemn vow to desert the is that he can neither say anything nor pudding. I never let anything go to iorula and the debts It was supposed much. It was tho enn he saw wood.' Chicago Tribune. Chlrago Ti Ilium. waste, Henry." to eoer. Tho major's little mountain thno that he hud done so, and this time Tho Chief (Jiiallllnttlnn. iueyaid had been destroyed by ho M'aled the vow with on oath. Nnil hlmra. How to When for a fitting occupant. and ho was living on the uncerTho long grow on tho Napa hills Slio had uilnly ptrUoti to pry her An oftlco starts to bog. tain promise of a number of gren was burned and crisp, and Kllle was Then overy modest aspirant number four foot into a number 2' Hhoots called res,Kctfully, "the olhe daubing yellow ochre and burnt umber Protrudes a tensile leg. hhoe, and the Mihmitinii mm that all Truth. .m jiui nil- - over her cauvus with vicious strokes ih 111411 tt ntv ihu iimijui clTnrti" would Iks UkoIos. Then he said: happy. When ho wan not tilling the Sho was not giving any attention to her A 8AFEUIMUI. "Madam, let me show you 1 shoo espeioll, he sat on his little xeranda, with urn, novvevcr, lor an ntlilctio form cially made for Clndcralla feet." his briarwood plpo between lili teeth, stood letvvteii her and tho landscape, Ho produced a p.ilr which fitted perc nnd studied the long, narrow, mil sho was indulging in n very foolish fectly. day tlrer.m. To do the little womun NnNi alley far below. "I'll take them," she bennud. It may Iw that the major's failure to justice, she was not in love with llromr-to- n, They were four's, maikcd 2b. Hav succeed in the grape business was not but her vanity hud lecn stimulated City Chat. the fault of tho country, but that his to such wonderful activity by his A Ilolaml for an Olltrr. genial, unpractical nature was the true joutliful gullantric Uiat she fancied At(B Husband (reading Sunday newsi olMaclo to siicccM. Tho major was. In he was deeply infatuated with her. film paper) Mary, liere's something new in fact, the most helpless Ihiglishman wondered If he would ever tell her that the household Hue. I have had your who ccr came to California to take he loved her. If she could only havo bJwcr's uuil grocer's bread, caro of himself. The xor fellow Imj. home test of his love, what a satisfac11cji and chocoluto; hero Is a whole colcume ho convinced of this after .1 short tion it would bcl umn about home mado desolate trial that he engaged a man to act ns (Thinks he Is funny.) Over on the mountain side, a hnlf mile nlet to hlinvlf and Incidentally cook Wife You needn't read It, You can tlio iucuIh for loth. The major was nway, Pete leaned on hLs hoe, get tho recipe at your favorite bucket, n Military bachelor then. The gods wntelu'd a thread of lire crawling, nlid like shop. Truth. a red snnke, through the underbush of alone know in what uupropitious he picked up I'ctc, to hang alnnit chaparral and znaiizanitiu Ho knew Hutjgratltr. The Widow How btrungel The his neck, a of inelllcleney. only too well tlmt no huninji jKiwcr urn Miry much obliged to you, James, for this tine writing set, with 1'ete's poverty must ha.c been his rec- could stop it, and that within a few people who live near the cemetery hrary parchment paper," said tho ommendation and the major's povcrtv minutes tlio gentle breeze would cause claim they are haunted hy the ghosts wealthy Mr. Oldbatcli to his nephew, the excuse for keeping him. i'eto had a flying spurk to full upon the long dry of my three husbands. Tho Friend They should ask you atKMitas much knowledge of laying out gross, nnd pufTl the crawling snake J'hut really do Aery llttlo writing." "True, uncle," replied tho atlcctlon- -' and caring for a man's wardrobe a. would become a great swirling, gallop- to come and live with them. Truth. at relative; "but I thought you might tho major had of running a ranch. The ing moss of flurivo aud smoke, nnit A Hotter Arrangement. want to write your will." Hay City consequence was that the major often would push over tho very place where Hoggins Hello, KisMim, had your presented himself at his friends' Kllle sat sulking and dreaming. Pete hair cut? Chat, in the moft surprising U'nrb, had firmly determined to leave tho I hoUM'ji Kissam Yes, dear boy. I found a Prrrorlutti Clilltlrrn. rombiuatlou of white duck trousers, ranch. Ho had washed his hands of place where they ctit your hair while "Come, Mary, let us play 'father an black frock cost and riwwt hunting tlier.0 jeopIc. Ho would not but mother. I'll bo the father, and you'll boots being one of IVtc's tiUhtcrpicccM, grass was on fire, and Pete madotho you wnit, a Huggins That's good. A barber bo tho mother, with u child in your In his capacity as cook I'etc was not dash for the house, yelling at the top shop is usually a placo where they cut arms." one whit more oftlelent, ami often suf- of his lungs for the major. homo other man's hair while you wait, "All right, you begin." fered mental agony over the pondcrout The volume of smoke was rising high Life. "Oh, I'wlsh that I had nover married directions of the major's French cook when Kllio rows to her feet and sniffed What a fool I was!" IMiegendc Hlact-tiu- - !nok, which were like the hieroglyph- I lie mr. IMoro sho could gutJicr An llrror. up "Kxcuse me," he said to the eminent ics of the nnclentx to his clouded Intel her paints a thin rim of fire ran along loot. Considering the diet of sour bread tlio topof the little hill ahovo her. The musician, "butlcalled to Inquire whethHow iiiiicli hucintBs ran mail do' and tinned meats which Pete provided, Milan innis anu insects rose er you would oblige our firm with a whoto 6Blein is in a state ot dirotdtJ? it is only less thnu marvelous that bin ground with a whirr, and irom tlie testimonial." scattered UosildClie is iimr n Hyiiptdp. It is 1.01 "You are in the piano trade, I pre4lown the hillside.. Kllie glnnced quickwai still alive. a dlaeree. The pstn in I Im bead in the Kllle Smith, ly backward, and saw tho tiro licking sume?" When the major married eipn oi rebellion. flieri have hei u "No, sir; hair restorer." Washingn pretty Snn rnmcisco girl, l'cte was up tho grass as It lore down upon her in diet Mint oilier ntumr. I hi miuisger of the ranch, and thu smoko rolling heavenward in ton Star. promoted to Dr. l'ierco's I'Ji)nrit 1'ellets are a tun-titcllrctivu renovator and luvlgoraior ami cpendcd his grooming talentw on dense, sooty clouds. She did not lose Money to Horn. oistmiMch, liver Htnl bowuls They the pet mule. Tho major's wife was her presence of mind, but remembered Smytlie Tompkins had money to nature without IhttnteniiiK to tear "artistic." She had studied sketching, a small plowed field a short distance burn when I met him l'liere sro and did some really clever bit. Her nway, where tho flames could not tor up Um body piec-mMrs. Smythc Then I suppose tho noRrlpiim pin, no nsueea. Ono in a admiring husbaid was sure that she reach her, and ran nimbly down tho foolish fellow has spent It by this time. laxative. possessed the. divine a Hiatus, and con hill, with her fluttering skirts gatherSinytbo Yes; when I saw him ho , A book of HXVS pav, polii8idv setpiently much time wa devoted to ing cockle burs and sticker weed an was looking for his coal dealer. N. Y. wiltli-- h tfi U V. Pierce, called she sikhI. World. "The People's Common Hence Meriicni ni't and little time to ranching. Hut this was not without protrat When she was fairly on the plowed Artviwr," will b stnt frre (or 'J I one-Seeking Knowledge rent slampH to rover cht of mailing on- from one Individual. Not. that he was ground and gasping for breath, she Johnny Where did baby come from, ly. World's l)lM'iisnry Medical Asso disturbed by lack of work, but jxxir saw the young Englishman tearing ciation, No. GG3 Main Street, Hullslo, N. 1'eto wus of tenor than not tho unwlll- - along the liill at a frantic rate. maw? Mamma From Heaven. Kss um did, Y. Ing model for KUic's clever ntudics. Through tlio smoko he looked pale and didden um? Urn's mummer's ovvnest Ono day Pcto posed for "Tho Man With frightened. Kllie felt a thrill of satisUuokltn'a Arnica Halve oor.lcgoozlc doddle darling, um is! Hoc." His tcmiKT was particular faction; here was tho longed-fo- r proof Tht txt itltr in the woiM lor cuti, bru tn the Johnny Maw, is that the way people tartf, ulcrt, tlt rhturn, fevrr ot tetter, chip- ly tried on that occasion, for ho had of his love; ho thought she was in danped handi, chllbUlnt.corot and all tkln cruptioni taken up his tool with the honest Intenger and hail como to her rescue. A talk in Heaven? CncLnnati Knquirer. at puiticly cute pile, or do pijr itpuircd. It U Trne to Ills Vow. lurntced to giva pcrlcct ullifjctiou or money tion of weeding the primitive, vegeta- deep blush mounted to her cheeks and rtiundrd. Pnc 15 crnli per boi for ile by ble garden. Though he had scudded her heart beat to suffocation. Hut he Sho Come, dear, here ore some nice, W. M. MeHolwirtd.diuifiiUt through tho back 3 art! ant! cllmlxd tho did not seem to see her. It was evident fresh biscuits I cooked myself. Futon to her that he was craved with fear and your slippers and come to tho table. 1h little daughter ol Mr TirJ Webber, Hol- rear fence, he hail not counted on meetland, Matt , baf a vrr) bail cold and ooush which ing his young mbdresi in thebarnyurd. would plunge into the fire in search of He Kxcuse me, dear, I don't think bl to cure with any thinj. lie bad not been cave him as cent battle ol (.'harabrrlaia'a Cough He began to wrestle with tho weeds her. Merciful Godl ho would be I'll put on my slippers. I've always llolden, rnercruut and Krincdy, ar W nnd pretended not to see her. His edu- burned. made the boast that I'd dio with my at w'eit litlmntlJ, and the neat time I Tt la cation, however, had not included a "Ilronipton!" she screamed; "dear boots on! Yonkers Statesman. aaw liu heaaid It woracd lite a charm reiutdr It latcndrd itpecialiy (or acute throat and sight of Millet's picture, or ho would Hrompton, I am here, safe!" lnn dittatta tuch at coldt, croup nd whoojilnj Kren That Didn't Comfort Her. Tho firo was very close, and she had cough, and la lamoua for Its cum There la no have lied down the mountain side in She It is a pretty ring, indeed, dear, danger in giving it to chlldreu lor It contain utter despair. to throw herself fiat upon the ground ucthlDj Irjuriou "Stop, stop, Pcto, right there. Don't to CHcapo being burned. She gave one but it is a good deal too large for me. ' For aale by Craig .V HocVcr, Stanford, Kv. Yes, I was Ho (thoughtlessly) move an inch," culletl tho sweet voloo more despairing cry as she felt the hot afraid it might be. Mildred's hand Is "KenI'cotiln ate 'OlfK morn and more lu the habit that drove him to madness. breath scorch her clothing: bigger by two stecs, sure, than yours. of lookirK lo vTralR & lleckrr lot tho lateit and "Hrompton! Hrompton! Hrompton!" belt of everything lu the drug luif. Tliey neth," Kllle called to her husband. Somcrville Journal. (ell Lluailicrlain'a Cuuh llcmedy, fauiii ler It "Look. Isn't it wonderful? Thcllght, A great wave of hinoke ami flamu curvt of ad coldt, croup and xmwplLK cnut;h. tho pose, tho very landscape like " Why lie Wanted It. swept around tho edges of the plowed When In need ol auth a medicine give tnia tein edjr a trial and you will be more than pleated with Creditor Can't you pay something "The Man with tho Hoc,' shouted ground, and for a minute nothing could the rcault. tho major, gleefully. "I'll get your bo seen or heard. Fortunately for Kl- on account of that bill you owe mo? I'or tale by Craig .V Hnckrr, Stanford, Ky. Debtor How mudli do you want? lie, the dry grass burned like Under, paint, Kllie. Hold on, Pete," and Creditor I'd like enough to meet the that, honest son of toil bail time nnd tho fire was soon roaring down the Threw Away His fane. fees of a lawyer to sue you for the to collect his scattered senses he found hill toward tho valley. IllacW Creek, N. Vr. P. Wiley, Y., wat 10 badly alllicled with rheumalitm that himself poking In a very uncomfortnblo When Kllie, choked nnd frightened, he wat only able to huhblo around with caut-a-, anu wen then it cauieil him i;reat pam. Alter using nttltutle, with tho Napa valley lylntr lifted lkor head, she saw the thin, long, Love's Doubt. ChamberUin't I'ain lltlm he wat ao much Improvat his feet nnd the major's familiar bcnntiiy clod legs of her husband She (honeymoon over) I don't beed that he threw away hit canpa. lie taya thit phrasew ringing in his ears "Fine poae bounding over the blackened earth llnlmeut did him uiotUKOl than all other lieve you ever did truly loveme. and treatment put together jolly good subject delicious colo- iher. Ills duck trousers were He Great Scott, woman! I mnrried Cor rale at 15 and 50 cents per bottle by Craig & , ing." smeared with soot, and ho had a wet you, didn't I? Hocktr, Manlord Ky. After Peto posed for a hundred or blanket about his shoulders. Ho could She Yes. That's the reason. CincinTwo lilvoa Saved. more indifferent works of art without not speak, but caught Kllie in his arms nati Knquirer. Mrs. Phoebe Thouiat, of Junction City, III., waa names, ho began to think of deserting and burst into stilled sobs. told by bcr dnctora she had consumption and that No Telling--. Hack of them was heard the voice there was no hopo for her, hut two bottles of Dr. his muster and leaving him to a just Kick's New Discovery con'tilctcly cured hvr and nnd awful fate. Jlut this stupendous of Hrompton Kdwards. Klngway Your sister expects me to ahetayiit saved hur life. Mr. Thot. Kggcrt, 119 blow wuh averted by tho arrival of "Hello, there, major," ho called; "t dinner, doesn't she, Willie? Florida St., San Kiancltco, suffered Irom a dreadful cold, approacblnK coniumption, tiled without Hrompton Kdwards, another Knglidh-inni- i, had a very narrow squeak of it. Willie Oh, yes. Sho said sho didn't My result every thine ilwj then bought one bottle of who had como to learn practical hammock aud books are burned to tin- know but what you might stay to ew Dlicovery and in two weeks wus Dr. Kik' cured, lie is naturally thankful. It is such reranching under the direction of his der by this. Hy dove, old fellow, you breakfast. Life, sults of which thviaare samples, that prove the are burned yourself, aren'tyou? Your wondoif. I tllicacy ofthit medicmoln cousin and father s old frlcntl, the major. A Marked Difference. coldt. free trial botllra at G. L. Penny, Kxor't After a week had been been given wifo was safo enough. I knew she "What's tlio difference between noDiutf store. Regular size 50c and ft. a up to driving his protego about the could take caro of herself." , toriety and fame?" Old Pooplo. But I'illio burled her head in tho wet valley and introducing 1dm to U10 Kng-lis- h "Weil, if a man is notorious, ho is people who require medicine to regulate Old colony, tlio niajon returned to hi3 blanket with a shudder, and burst into still alive; if ho is famous, he's dead." tha bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy daily routine of pruning oiivo trees and tears of shame and contrition. in Elcclilc Bitters. This medicine dees not stimChicago llccord. grapo vines. ulate and coutalns no whisky nor other intoxi digging out worm-eate"Well, well," gasped rctc, who had cant but acts as a tonic and an alterative, I acts KHIo soon discovered in the young Different. stumbled up tho hill with a bundle of and boweb.addinc strength Lobbs A boy's will is liko tho features and fine ath wet Backs. "I never was so ploguey and lvin tone to tue ortfaut. thereby aiding na - man's clcun-Clt- t tureln the perforirar.ee ol the ..unctions Elec- letic flguro on entirely new field for scored in my life. Thought you'd be wind's will. trio Ititteia Is an excellent appetizer and Bobbs Wrongl One raises tho air, Old peop'ofmd It jutt exacllv what they art study, nnd Edwnrds found tlio tlraa burned sure, Miss Kllie. Mo an' the need. Price 50c per bottle at W. U. WcRoberU' pa&s more plcasuntly us a model than as mujor'H havo' a fine timo next week while tlio other has no heir to raise. drugstore, N. Y. World1; nn cmbrj'n rancher. They wcro to clearing: " gether during most of tho daylight! For Fete had reconsidered bis ninety Always Dear. hours. When Tlrompton was not posvow. Indeed it waa only u Tho wealthy maid that weds a lord OFHUSTONVILLB, ing for a wild Norseman or a Greek week later when ho was speculating Should never havo a fear Oliver Chilled That she'll not love him, for, In truth, Will tarty a full line ct genuine repairs for the hero, ho was (sitting very closo to Elllo, if there was ever a happier couple tliau Steel Plows and Sho'll And him very dear. I'lows. Sliver criticising, in soft, caressing tones, tho major and his Kllie. And Pcto Gale and other leading tarmlng Implement. The Town Topics. tho sketched of himself which sho hud beamed as ho thought of the ignoble Walter A. woou niocr j.u " beat quality, be it Uuggie lot been doing. Without actually straying Cnltivatort of the An Important Point. part Hrompton Kdwards played on the the money, Phaetons, Burreyi and Carnages ol "Now, Freddie, tho moment you're San Francisco Arday of tho fire. the richeit qualities ana fanciest snd i.v..J... from tho path of duty, Kllio was treadThe beit grade of light buggy , nrnets and the ing on dangerously uncertain gonaut. naughty, Louise will put you to bed." grades. Collars, iiaiuc-- w.,w.c iui ta purposes, breeching and work of all KIUU territory. Sho quite frankly ad"Say, ma, whioh of us is to decide if travThe young American idea is taught Tm naughty?" Life, Furniture of all descriptions. Trunks; bags, stove- mitted to herself that sho waa horse blankets, buggy rugi, teletcopes, "'...... r. ........ r.- all ol which ne in met pretty and charming, and, bo- - 1o shoot by means of 793 patents issued A Boatoa Girl's rreclsioa. vour attsntloa and PYouVnl'trans- - ivS ot Umt mlnd sho d,d not lTGsa on as many educational appliances. The no Did you ever see him when he birch ruler or section of lions' 'oood'set oTuUckiinlth's Tools, complete, comparlsoois between her husband aud rubber hose used in education is not was mad? - on verv reasonable .ll forrtnwaoeit I.. iirai, mu-i snlV nn uio younger man. 1 in lntn She) Do you mean crazy or angry? " Shop Matters hod arrived at a state whero protected by a patent and may be imitb. Town Topics. D. S. CARPKNTBB, but Tain, young wom eaplojed by tad pedagogue. 80 tf HiutOBvUle, Ky. iEMI-WEEh- U ItlTEKlORJuilKNAi TJtlAJj BY FIRE. 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Limettone S.., Lexington, Ky, P S Centrally locited. tho surprise nnd sho looked away Som0da,.,dcarhclrurmaybofarornear.f qUckly wh,I Ul colo,r sh?A ,io hep PWQ checks. Beforo sho had tlmo to Perhaps at brlght'nlng morn or dark'nlti Stanford, Kt., February 28 18Pfi Bomonight, volca will faintly catch my BDeak thev turned a corner and foundcalling themselves surrounded bv tho nloar And rouso within a strangely dread de- nlckers. light. "Coino along," colled Bess Springer. E. C. Walton, Business Manager And friends will ask, perchance, with quiv- "You are tho very last. Hurry up and tie your horse, and let's climb the bluflj ering; lips, As they mny hear, at times, a stifled beforo supper-time.- " moan, Tho Bisters wcro waiting to talk It And I shall Ion? for touch of finger tips, Some loving- hand to warmly clasp my all ovcrwith Jcnnlewhcn she got home. After her speeches of tho mornlnjj own. they hesitated about questioning her, Perhaps In my distress you'll not bo near. The snows may lie above you, cold and but Bhe sat down by tho kitchen table whero Peg was finishing tho ironing, white: volco I love so much I may not hear. nnd told all about it, Kcrpyou to on the Pave Fence See Huff Tho Unless In spirit whispers through tho Dudderar, J. L. Dawson. J. H lsrisht,- R. Cobb, "Yes, a very good supper. Wo spread night. Ed Carter, B. Chancellor and other who hive It on tho grass beneath tho big elm G. A. PKYTON. Sianf. rd. Ky. It. Death never comes for naught, and I shall tree. The onlj' trouble was that thero Agent fv Lincoln County. 95im die wero too many black ants. Wo had Soroo day It will be so It comes to all; And will you, Ust'nlng, hear my faintest lots of good cake and fried chicken. EXCHANGE FOR SALE Mrs. Woods' lemon pics and your cooken. Returning answer to my feeblest call? ies, Sue, wcro tho best things," Sho Home and Lot in Crab Orchard, Ky. Another's hand may gently stroke my hair, did not tell that when tho cookies weio while llfo Five rooms and kitchen, cellar, flower pit, liable And closo my eyes and Semi SOME DAY. - us-e- d watch endures; But, OhI my soul Bhall wander everywhere, With ceaseless, longing cry In search of yoursl go tho way alono, Then If tho first Will you not waiting, Ust'nlng ever bo? And when you hear the old, familiar tone, .Along with Heaven's morning, come to u passed, will take all the hides I can get for caih or In trade tor leather on court days at Stanford or at my home in Otten- neun. Lnai. cnnsun, 1 anner. UITiT7C IlllJLj. 1 mo? E. W. Dutcher, In Banner of Gold. A WHITNEY GIRL. I BV KATHEU1NE nATKS. YOU WANT THE BEST GARDEN In your neighborhood this season Ktmmpa all 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. 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Weeklr, 3,OOa fear j $1.50 sir mnnthv Artdrciw. ,xi u.n.n s w lCBUanECS, 301 UroaUwoy, New York Cltr. .IK VOU AKKGOIJJG world of any scientific paper In tho bnlendldlr Illustrated. No Intelligent Jmme;u and no ono cares two plus how one oJ tho Whitney girls looks!" Tho four older sisters locked very un"Don't talk like that. comfortable. Jennie," Peg, tho oldest, said, at last. "Well, it is true," Jennie answered. rit nntnr Jtn7 flin cirf r? fiTTinAl if firf girls have, did you? I know Nan and I never had any attention shown us from the time wo wero chosen last to piny games at school up to now, when we are only asked to moonlight picnics and surpriso parties by tho boy who makes up his mind to go too late to get any other girl. I Buppose it w as tho same way with you, and Liza and Sue." The flvo women 'stood and looked at each other. They were all tall and thin, with prominent cheek bones nnd Bunken eyes. Their mother had died of consnmntlou. nnd it wna confidently expected in tho neighbor" hood thnt tho girls would eventually "go oft" as sho had gone. Jennio was less pnlo and thin thai 'J:c others; her eyes, though deepset, were blue, not gray, and hor hair had a slightly red- dish shndo to It, which made her look more positively alive than her sisters, They had thought her pretty, had rev eled in the belief that sho was popular. had rejoiced that she seemed gav and linnnf TWn linl r.r,n nottn.l TW.a o tention to the merriment of her lnugh. "I declnre." she had sa d. "she lnitrht . x , r xne rignt out; jusi, j, way 1 navo njwai.s wanted to all my life, only there never was any reason big enough to justify it. I am' triad she nnd Nan don't hn re to scrimp quite ns we did." Jennie had never lefore spoken as and now was heartily ashamed of herself. "I don't know what made me say nil that," she said, apologetically, looking nt the pained faces. "Of course I am glad to be a Whitney, and we hare plenty of good times if we arc poor and f X "After all, she looks best in Nbu'b hat," "No, she doesn't. Nan's needs n little more, loosei hair around hex face; as long as hers won't curl, the had bettor wear Peg's broad ono that sets well down on her head." The pirl who stood befero tho glass trying- on her sisters' hats turned Impatiently. "Good gracious!" sho said. "What earthly difference docs it make just how I do loolc? If only you girls could inako up your minds that I am real down homely, life would be a goal deal simpler for us all. Every time I am asked anywhere we go through all thitf, - Springer had exclaimed: "Cookies! Oh, yes, from the Whitneys!" "Was tho river pretty?" asked Nan; she had never been to a bluff picnic "Oh, yes, rcnl pretty, and everybody enjoyed climbing tho bluffs. Tho Brown girls were afraid they were go ing to fall, and made lot? of fun." bho rose, went to the shelf where the bucket of water stood, nnd drank little s!ps aimlessly from the tin cup. "Uurry and got your drink and tell us what happened besides supper nnd eiimblng the bluffs," said Aau, impatiently. Jennio turned nnd faced tho sisters. "On tho way over," she said, quietly, liked me, and "Jim said ho loved wanted me to marry him." Peg dropped her Iron. They all gazed silently nt Jennie. Through Peg's mind passed a vision of Jennie in y a homo of her own on tho next farm, a nieo parlor with tidies on every chair tidies made by Jennie's sisters sweet little children nbout the place, always clamoring to go oternud teo their aunties. Her thoughts traveled so rapidly that beforo the. silence was broken one of theso children had grown into a very pretty girl, who Btopped on her way homo from picnics to tell her dear old aunts what a. lovely tlmo Bho had. They knew she hn.T been tlie belle of the picnic, though site was much too sweet to mention tho fact. LIzn'B voice dispelled the vision. i was always Uxa first to speak. "You dear girl," she. said, "I just two-stor- after 'several rich oakes, Bess I know you will be real happy. Jim was always a good boy." "I am not going to marry him," snid I Jennie, "Jennie! why not?" The four asked tho question together. Jennie hesitated. "Well," she said, "I nm not set'on it; nnd I suppose 1 am ' llablo to have consumption home day. rled." &nd ' I perhaps I ought not to get mar-painful- ly ' . "That's silly," said Sue, "Becauso moUier had it is no sign you will. You have never hnd any cough to speak of." The others began their protests, but sho interrupted them. "Consumption hosu't got anything to do with it," she said. "1 wanted to thin over proposals being sort of new to me, you know so I went oft bj myself down by the spring under tho bank for a minuto or ho after supper. Less Springer and Tom Johnson wero there, nud I heard Bes telling how Jim PrODOSCd tO SaHV lOSt tllCllL and W as awfully cut up because Bhe would" not ""ve. nun. SO 11 was not mucii.oi an offer ' - I girls." after all, you see. Good-niplt- t. to-da- y, As sho turned to leave the kitchen sho stopped for a second by the ironing board and laid her hand on Peg's shoulder. "Peggy," she said, tenderly, with her voice trembling a little, "there certainly ncer was as good n man in all Missouri as pn unless it was grandpa." Midland Monthly. A FUNNY BATTLE. or WORTH THE WEST, plain." : . LOUISVILIC 4 NASHVILLC R. H, 1 . i 6 ; J . r are." "Thank heavens!" wild Liza, "ue Double Dally Trainee aren't us foolish in our talk as they connections at Maltejcloio are." LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI Jennio wore iter own hat when sha For all points. went thnt afternoon with Jim Russell THROUGH TICKETS SOLD. to tho basket picnic over by the river. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH She put on the freshly-ironelinen For any information te quire of lavn that had been Nan's tho summer JOES. KICK. Agent, Stanford, Kj beforo, pinning it nt tho neck with Peg's pin which had Grandma Whitney's ltair in it, "Clothes look just like me," she muttered to herself, "and like Peg and Suy Only Duect lii.e Iictwecn and Nan and Liza." Cincinnati quickest between It was a long drive to the bluffs. Shortest. and Usually when Jennio went to picnics Frankfort, Goorgotown and. Parlo, with ono of tho boys sho made an efCarlisle, Mayavlllo, Oynthlana, y fort to bo "sprightly;" the unFalmouth and Covington. Midland. Trains wonted bitter streak had mastery of Aslc for tickets ria Kentucky her and sho snt In almost utter solence. run by Central Standard Time. Timo TabU Nov. j, 1895. oven when ether buggies passed them No. t. No. 3. No. 7. with gayly laughing Springer or Brown TRAINS EAST. p. in. p. m. a. m. girls in them. 6 55 00 4 "5 Lve Franklort A "Ho might have asked ono of them 7C8 " Klkborn 43 iso 4 47 Stamping oround 7 27 '48 if hic'd wanted a lively time," bIio Geor(etownll. 7 4S S 05 a 15 thought; and then rememberdd that S 5 7 S Arr. C. S. Depot " 8 30 C 4 co Paris 34s ho proiMtbly had, and had then asked TRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. No. 8. her to sliow some one was glad to go m S? " 4&U with him. C Paris 9 05 Ls C. 8. Depot - 10 07 6 00 4 40 Jim, too, was ery quiet. Ho drove 6 37 0 40 carefully over the deep ruts in tho road, ' Georgetown U 10 10 6 40 3 55 7 aj " Stamp's Gro'd ro 8 6 jS cen7 .'5 his wholo attention apparently 10 46 7 S " Klkborn 8 i 7 i Arr Frankfort A... 1100 tered on doing as littlo injury as possl-bl- o to tho springs of his buggy. As SUNDAY TRAINS. e they coino near the end of the Leave Georgetown to to a. m; arrive Frankfort drlvo ho suddenly turned to her. ix 00 a. zn. "Jennie," ho said, "I linvo always Leave Frankfort 4 30 p. m. arrive Georgetown Midland"KaiIway and connec- liked you first rate, as you know. J)o The Kentucky tions form tho shortest and cheapest route to all you supposo you could ever lovo me points South, Bait, North and West. enough to marry ma?" Fcr further information apply to their agents. Sho stared at him, dumfounded. D. BKKCAW, Gen. Pass. Agent., C. GKO. B. UARPEH, Kec'r & Gen.Suj. Was one of the Whitney irirla having u Frankfort Kv proposal! Another feeling succeeded Is the hoe for you, as its d "Yes," said Liza "and the Whitnets have always been respected in tho church hero. Grandjxi and pa were both respected highly, nnd each wait superintendent of Suulay school five years, you know." "Yes, of course they wore," said Jennie. "Tremendously respected so does not much matter that we girls aren't well, what the Springer gins Ky. Midland R'y, and Frankfort to-da- 1 Woman Aclnt a Company of Truluetl Holdlrm. M. Pnul Derouledc, a French poet who has recently achieved success, wus captain of u company in tiic service of the Versailles government of national defense, in 1871. At one time ho had to lead his company ngaiust a street barricade in Paris, raised by communists. Some signs of resistance hnd been observed As behind. Derouledo marched his men on, a woman sprang to tho top of tho barricade, idmcd n Chosscpot rifle at the leader, and fired. Tho soldiers ducked their heads, but no one was hit. They marched on. Peroulede In advance. Ho smiled, eying calmly tho woman, who levelled her gun at him and fired ngaln. Once more no ono was hit. On went tho soldiers steadily, their captain Bmillng, tho woman on tho barricodo continuing to charge her piece and to flro each time ns nearly ns she could at Deroulcde. Presently, however, tho soldiers wero on tho barricade. Tho woman threw away her gun and stood with folded arms. Sho was one of tho petroleuscs tho famous fighting women of tho com- inune. IJeroulede looked behind tho barricade to see who else was defending it. No one was there; the woman was alone. Then the captain took off his cap, bowed low to tho woman, and said very politely: "Madame, I regret exceedingly that I am unnblo to congratulate you; but really, in view of your marksmanship, I cannot!" Youth's One Com-panio- n. I P- - P- - m- - Watch monopoly In six-mil- Switzerland proposes to havo a state mutch monopoly. Tho monopoly is not for pnofit but is merely tho pretext for tho totnl suppression of tho manufacture of phosphorous matches, o on industry which means, painful and an untimely death to tho poor work people engaged in it. Tho horrors of tho phosphorus disenso ore as revolting as tboso of leprosy. Chicadls-cas- Switzerland. go Chronicle. Whenever bluo occurs In tho Iris It is generally tho predominant color, my now ALLAH IIOfKri TO VMT, sho exclaimed. who was waiting for his wife to put llfo!" Machine it "What was tho matter?" asked her nil Air and nf Will Hare Up Hole In tHe tho finishing touches to her toilet beCoarse Oo the Hole. dearest friend. fore starting for tho theater. "Whnt'd In an "My maid to!d mo that my flanco House tip stair room In tho Western your that perf umo you ore putting on at Ballard has boon dovoloped was in tho reception-room.- " hnmlkcrchicf, Lobelia?" vithlii tho pnst eight months what In "Yes." "It's musk," Bho replied. ho opinion of men of "And I threw my arms around him will prove, if practical, sound judgment Whereupon Mr. McSwnt took a retho Invention of kissed him twico before I discovvolver out of his pocket and laid it nnd age. ered that it wan his twin brother. tho William Allan, bnck on tho bureau. Mr. a real citato broker my ndvlce and never becomo en"No footpad will come within a milo Tnkc to a twin." nnd n former cmployeo of tho West gaged of ub thin evening, Lobelia," he said. Conit Improvement Company, has nearly "On tho contrary, I think I shall look completed tho model of nn Chicago Tribune. nerial ship or Chifor one. It just doubles the fun." ilyinj; machine. It consists of two oval Tost. Well Mounted. cago 01 cigar limped bodies with tnperino; man "Who la thnt common-lookinConvincing Evidence. otuls, tlie riuidler suspended within tko wo met just now riding that magnifi"Jim," exclaimed tho Foggy Bottom lnrger. Around tho larger nn linntonso cent horse?" asked Banks. matron, "yoh done promised mo tint thread of stiff rnnvas, or some oilier "That's Williamson Throggs, D. D., oh wna gwlno w let politics alone.'" strong but light material, winds spirally j LL. D" answered Rivers. "Well, b'pob'u I did," was the home-whfrom end to end. Within tho smaller "Huh! If l'tl been asked which of sulky reply. body Is situated tho pripelliug power, likely to have tho two seemed the more which by menus of a set of pulleys, "Whah yer gwlno nn honorary titie I should have wild tho "Am gwlno nowhtih In puhtickler." bands, wheels, etc., revolves tho Interior horne." " MVed'n I knows whah yob's gwlno. oval bodr, nnd 111 It moves so it causes "That's nil right, too. The horvo is I knows do signs. Yob's gwlno terdu tho linger machine on tliu exterior to B. N., after Its entitled to write It. A. meetln', fob sho'. When 1 sees er razrer move with correspondingly greater vo name." Chicago Tribune. an' er fliudc tin' er het er renolutloni loclty. Tho theory which William Allan Iim At the llll. in er ninn's overcoat pockets I knowi hclil nnd reasoned upon for the Inst SO Ethel Oh! dear, 1 wish I was n 'Ih business cbry time." Washington jonrs U this: A escrow by revolution man! SUir. forces lUelf through wood, so Mr. Allan Maud I don't seo why you want to tlohnnle'a Advlco to Ills Mother. concluded if ho could invent n mncltiiio be a man; you always have lota of Dr. Perkins Soonover was called Jn with threads lnrgo enough to rcvulvo in partners. Well, that's just It. I hnvo nt the Ch.iflle mansion to prescribe- for tho atmosphere it will travel through Kthel space nnd with groat rapidity on tho to dnnee when I'm tired out, or else Mrs. Chafllc, who was quite unwell. "Madntnc," tald the doctor, "will you snmo principle. If Mr. Allnn bo not n jeopIe will think I'm not nsketl. deluded inventor ono may travel in this whereas a man need only dance when kindly put out yonr tongue?" "Don't do it, motherdenr'sald John- machine in nny dlteo'ioti, with almost he feels like it. Haiper'a Bazar. nie, "or he may jound you ns papa did nny sjH'eil desired, and with perfect A Different Vine Altogether. mo yesterday when I stuck my tongue safety, by means of steering apparatus! "What a delicious drink I" said an out at him." Dallas (Tex.) Sifter. nnd a speed regulntor which arc atagriculturally ignorant young woman, tached and under tho control of '.ha (letting Ahead In I.lfe. who was sipping some kumyss at tho inGonrong, "thnt n'ronaut within tho bowel of tho "Isn't it queer," said cattlo show. "Is it mado ftom tho vention. If this invention proves pracI've nlwnyB Ixhmi mistaken olxmt my tical, nud Mr. Allan thinks It will, George?" product of the grape-vin"No," replied George, "It is mnda ngc? I thought I was 09 last December, nnd ocean grnyhonnds will bo from the product of the bovine." Bay but I got hold of our old family Bible easily distanced. Tho details of tho I was only the other day nnd discovered City Chat. mnchino can not bo fully described, as 05." only a working model has been conPlenty on Tap. "I have nlwnys told you," obwrved Rider Jim, something hat Plunkett, "that you've been living too structed, and nllhough Mr. Allan hm obtniuod n caveat ho does not wish to punctured the pneumatic tire of my fast." Chicago Tribune. give awny liis pectet until ho hoi moro bicycle, uud tho wind is all coming out Milwtnntlal financial hacking. Iiiilllrn!lilc. of it. Mr. Allan has nltni constructed n hugo "You have left out nn important Jim Never mind, old fellow; hero statement in this rescue story," said u uulcycle, or, as some piundoxlcnlly call comes a mcmlxr of congress and we'll profcM.or in the school of journalism It, a one wheel bicycle. It Is seventeen get him to till it up again. Jackson-i!lfeet In clicuinforeitee, nnd hns n tiro Times-Unioto one of his students. The cyclist stands in otto foot wide. "Indeed, sir?" She Tn Warm. "Yes, you neglect to say that t!ts tho center, and by moving his feet up "Darling." said Mr. McBride, solicitboy was resetted just as ho was going and down on pedals turns a small wheel ously, "I am afraid you are not dressed down for the third time." N. Y. World. which revolves tho larger ono at tho warmly enough." nnmu time. As every revolution of tho Worse Now. "I)oI look stylish, dear?" nsketl his smaller wheel turns tho larger it will Ctunso I suppose Whiffet isn't such readily lo wen tho cyclist Rom n diswife. an unconscionable liar since ho quit tance of sovonteon foot overy revolution. "Yes; perfectly stunning." Tho unicjelo is now in tho ynrd of "Theu I am very comfortable, thank fishing mi constantly. Cawker Ho hns liws regard for tho James Mclnchlnu, n contractor nud you." Life. buildt r, who is putting tho finishing truth now titan ever. A Changed Man. Cuinso What does he lie about now? touches uin it under Mr. Allan's When Ilrown first wed he told of what "l" It Is expected a publlo trial of Cnwker The immense distances he did or waa to do; this invention will bo mado In a short The "I" was changed Into a "Wo" In Just a covers on his bicycle. Town Topics. year or two. time. I'lensant Occasion. And after that throughout tho rest of his Hecontly, in conversation wllh a repoor henpecked llfo, I went to a stereopticon enterKate Ho lost his own Identity and talked about tainment the other night with young porter, Ballard's inventor snidt "There may Ixi sumo skopticnl peoplo who "my wife," ,Do Spooney. Law Bulletin. deem my inventions impracticable, but Laura Did you enjoy the vlcwsv the public thought Fulton was crazy An Optical Delusion. Kate Very much indeed. Itwas "What's the matter with your eyt, like going through a tunnel. Detroit whenhowns building tho Clnremont, nnd when Columbus wns trying to conMr. Gnney?" Free Press. vince tho monarch of Europo thnt "01 got a cinder in ut." another world existed even the children In a Dallas Itestanrant. "What nre you doing for it?" filgniflcnntlr pointed their (Ingots to "Here is n fly in my soup, waiter." "Oi'm lettln' ut git well. 0! hnd tho "Yes, snh; worry sorry, sah; but you thoir foreheads when ho passed by. But cinder cxthrncted bol an enn frow away do fiy nn' cat do roup, there was no screw loom in Columbus's Judge. head, neither win thero in Fulton's. " enn't yer?" I'rospecta, "I reckon so; you didn't expect me (Seattle Post Intelligencer. " I am engaged to lovely Nell," to throw nwnv the mup and cat the They heard tho youth demurely say. A SpeclMl Climie. " And, what's more. If she likes me well. fiy, did you?" Dallas (Tex.) Sifter. Ill connection with his army experiPerhaps she'll marry mosomoday." ence, Colonel I'nt Oilmoio, tho famous Inconsistent. Washington Htar. When she refused to marry me, musician, tolli. this story: "You see, wo A NIUnilllOUI.Y 81'IIXIT. She promised sho would be my sister; jnu.iicifiiH who march to Lnttlo nro Yet she was mad ns mod could be. When, with fraternal haste, I kissed her. really the only ones who aro unprodfuMj? tected. We, of course, out handlo no N. Y. Tribune. wentionH nnd aro at tho mercy of bulTUT. CAM. 1:11-IIYPOCHIHY. lets. To our duty of furnishing the inspiring btrnint to tho matching soldloru ivo havo another oiu that of carrying oil tho wounded from tho Held on stretchers. In one of tho bnttles wo wcro on our way to tho scono of notion, w hen wo met a soldlor running away from the field. "Whnt is tho matter? I Inquired, In chorus with several other of tho mui clans. Tho man hurriedly replied: 'Oh, nothing at all I'm only wounded in ono of tho flugort of my loft hand. I'm o(T to havo it dree1 and will return y- again.' "But tho light of inspiration hnd coma Mistress What did you tell thofee to tu. No unprotected march for ub Indies who just called? "Mamma, can 1 invito Freddy SanBridget 01 told them that ye watt when our good nugeh hnd thrown such born to slide down our cellar door?" n good chance in our way. Wo seized "Won't you enjoy it jubt as much not in, in tim. tho mnn and said, ' Get on tho stretcher,' Mistress And what did they say? alone?" ' No, no,' ho answered; 'only ono of my Bridget "How fortinit," mum. "No. There aro too many splinter fingers is hurt. I enn got on faster myeslit's Weekl' Life, in it now." self. Why should I bo carrlod? Do I walk with my hand? Lot mo go,' .Stinted. A Good C'ttino, When asked why sho rejected mo "Wo merely repented tho order, 'Get Tho pain of Kconomy's grip Her reasons were most frank. Is felt upon Pleasure's fair neck, Oo didn't hoed us, on tho stretcher.' Sho weighed mo In tho balance and our wishes say: "Now let 'er rip," When k and ncnin wo said more omphatlcnlly, Expcrlenco holds us In check. I had none at tho bonk. And -- N. Y. Herald. 'Got on tho stretcher.' Seeing ho wni Truth. obdtirato, we mndo n bodily seizure of A Hlutple Plan. Twotild Have Cheered Her. Mr. Youngmnn (after long thought) him and put him forcibly on tho wnitiug Sho Dear mamma's quit worried Is tltt'ro any way to find out whntu stretcher. wo bent a hasty obout you. Sho says you looked so "Then retreat with very sober when you left home last woman thinks of you, without propos- our burdon. Wo carried him down a ing? evening. long hill to. a placo of safoty nnd we Mr. Benedict (nbwently) Yes; moke Ho Ah, sho ought to hnvo seen me took good enre to placo our wounded Y. Weekly. her nal.N. vthen I returned. Brooklyn Life. roldior in n distant placo of socurity. How wero wo to holp it if tho battle wna Where to find Them. A Nice Situation. "This age demands men who hnvo nearly over whon wo returned to tho Gllderslecve Young Herwnv has u convictions," shout4l tho impassioned field? I nlways tell tho gonornU with job at lost. orator. "Where shnll we find Xhvm'r whom I fought thnt I was always in adTiilinghnHt What business? "Jn tlie penitentiary," replied a man vance of thorn in tho roar. " Glldersleeve Town in the gallery. N. Y. World. TopicH. Ilarnnsss Itntlisohlld's Mission. MmMcIoum.' Baronet Rothschild, liko tlio Dnron-fModeaty. A. Tom must' havo had an awful Burdctt Cotttts, has a self imposod Scr'mpltt Doctor, this bill of yours cold wlien he became engaged. "mission" in tho misorablo East End of is pretastcrousJ ridicuioual , B. Why? London. Sho has built blocks of modol i)r. Chargem (blandly) Well, 1 A. BecnuHo when one has a cold one tenement houses in tho Whitechnpel disdon't mind saying thnt it's absurdly trict, which aro rented at tho rnto of has no taste, I'llegcnde Blaettcr. low myself I Harper's Bazar. three per coat on tho investment Ad Kpoue for Illinsrlf. A Forerunner. Sayboy 1 am thiukingof going into jacent to tho modol homos is nn excelMr. Scraplcgh I had an awful dream business; is there any money in lent "club and library" building, with last night, I thought I wan dead. billiard room nnd musio room, open be clotheH? Mrs. Scraplcigh Tho room was very all tenanU on payment of a penny, aui . uvy j wi apparently it is gontrally preferred to wnrin, wasn't it? Puck. Philadelphia Bullotin. tho gin palaces. The KfTect of Agitation. Defined. Employer How is it, James, that He Feared She Could. Bonnie Whnt's a conversationalist? you aro bo late this morning? Littlo Brother llow much da you Jennio Oh, it's a man thnt doesn't Offleo Boy L I didn't know you hnvo to stop talking when ho hasn't weigh, Mr. Dangle. wero coming so early, sir! Puck. Danglo About 150 pounds, my man. got anything more to say. Truth. Why do you ask? Answered. Defined. "I heard sister toll ma thnt shown Sokes Did you ever seo "Too Much going to throw you over her shoulder "I never indulgo In irony." Johnson?" "No, I would say your brilliancy was if Mr. Fanglo proposed, but I don't Jokes Johnson was tho name of tho believe sho can do it, do rou?" principally glittering steal." Life. girl I mnrricd. Town Topics. bv Containing; "rhew!" Dsefnl Hint, exclaimed Mr. McSwat, It Annoyed Her. "1 never was so mortified in nil g at - e, rail-ron- di 4 o n. ujer-visio- n. jut oyc-dintlst- ," wm& 82i&vr Son-in-la- si a 4- -' A w - V ... tiS. - .- - ; jt.a . J- - . . V' t J"-- r- - .,x- a n aaa" mi-Wee- New fbwor seed. Sweet peas, best selection in bulk, at W. B. McKoberts'. Lhctuhk -- Mr. Joseph 0. McClary will ... Stanford, Ky Feijuuary 28, 1800 Closing deliver a lecture at Odd Fellows Hail, out stock. Getting ready for B. Monday evening, March 10th, on spring goods. Buy bargains from Danks. Origin and Advantages." its . . E. C. Walton, Business Manager CoTTAdK with three rooms, opposite Members of the Order are Invited. Carpenter House, for rent. P. P. Tiik old Commercial Hotel building is Wk are temporarily without a wntcli to remain with us for many more seaao&B. ropalror, but during his abeotico your Just received several car loads of good The Old Felio8 Building AEsociation ropmr work will he sent to the city, thorboxing which I olJVr cheap for cnali. A. llnd it such a gold mine as it is that they oughly and accuratoly done and returned to you without Hny MXtra chargo. Pen- C. Sine. have it witti tin and are oth... We have just received a full line of "the old reliable" Oliver Chillny's Drug and Jewelry Store. Zikoi.kii shoes mo stylish, comfortable, er wise improving it. . . . ed Plows and Repairs. Also the Buchcr & Gibbs Imperial Steel and durable. A now linu just received at Bid hearted A Burns, of Hiistonville, Chilled Plows and Spike Tooth Harrows. Full line of H.imes, ColPERSQHA) POINTS. Shanks'. while here Wednenday, took up a cdlec-tio- n lars, Chains, Single Trees, Double Trees, &c. Mies Mamie Mooiik hna gonu to Louie for thu benelit of Mrs. Frank Kills, Murphy Jnilotl, Ellis Rest Co a I. sold for ChhIi or exuhanged for all vlllo to remain till April. Ing Easy. kinds of irrain and feed. J. H. Baugh- - wife of the wounded man, and presentMiw.T. H.Saunokkh and Little Jened her with about Shu is in a destiman A Co. . nie are visiting Louisville. At 1:30 Wednesday as Jailer G. W. tute condition with eiht email children. Otm goods are ne Gxohqk T. Hki.m, chief of police of Pncea to suit. DeBorde was taking Frank Ellis to the A lady wlio witnessed thu shooting of court room, Givousa call before buying. McKoberts Danville, was here yeeterday. John B. Murphy rushed n Filis by Murphy front a window near by upon him and fired a :8 ball into his Drug Store. Mb. T. J. Hush, of Winchester, Is also by chance saw Sandifer killed In right side. his eon, Mr. James T. Biwh. A Tevab uewspaper substituted local Lancaster a year or two ago, and Bhe West Knd, Mas. F. F. Sandiimik, of the Ho waB taken to the vault in the coun and reproduced the doggerel this wonders why fate ehould decree that she aevorul weeks, hut ia naineH has been sick for ty clork'e office where Dr. Hunn exam paper got oll'on the bachelors here. should see such terrible trugedies enacted. ined tho wound and rendered the necesimproving. sary assistance. Then he was conveyed If you get to our house in the next two weeks. Mb. K. I). Scott is over from LexingFoil disturbing worship et thu colored We proprose to Tub Water Works Company is preton to attend court and do a little privato Baptist church, Joo Hayden, colored, was paring to build a rearvoir that will hold to the Myers House where Drs. Peytcn make the welkin ring with Low Prices. We are determined to come-courting besides. lined 5 and coats In Judge Carson's six millions of gallons. It will bo loca- and Hunn probed for the hall. Miss AnnkShakkh haa returned from court. The act was so audden and unexpected to the end. Now is the time for all cash buyers. ted between the works and cemetery Lexington, leaving her brother Thomas was taken by that the It Is Judge J. D. Pettus now, thu trus- hill, which will form one side of it. This surprise, jailerEllis grabbed completely and almost well again. hut the man will intees of Crab Orchard having elected him with thu two they already have hna moved her Mi:s. AnnikMlCi-ahConstable Benedict rushing up assisted police judge to fill the vacancy occasion- - sure a supply of water equal to any family into Miss Llccio Henzloy's cottRge placing him in jail. emerguncy. The railroad company hrs DeBorde in by the resignation of Ward Moore. Sheritl Newland s.ys that when ho on Went Main street. signed a contract for 15 years to take waTiik Mioses .Straub gave a tea that Wk send out two extra pages with this ter at meter mien heieafter instoad of by and his deputy, R. M. Newland, Hrrived on tho scene a scuflle was going on, enwas greatly enjoyed by several of their issue and wilt continue to make Friday's thu mouth and wiil pay six cunts a thoufriends Monday evening. paper six or eight pagea each week, sand gallons, with a minimum rate of gaged in by the jailer, Constable BeneMiia. J. 1 Unow and children and Mis. and may innkeTii'-mlHy'thesainu sl.e. i'J6 a month. Thu company haa been dict and the two Murphys. They soon What do you want ? If its Shoes, Clothing, Dress Goods, White pulled them apart and marched the Will Morrison left on Wednesday a train using ,it ut 00,000 gallotiH a day. Tub neather ia behaving better. shooter to jail and tho other to the court. Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Bed Comforts, Lace Curtains, Hosicry to visit at Dardstown Junction. 9 9 was a typical Spring day and one Frank Thompson, son of Mr. J. J. Or t tiT Col'ht waa not in session more Tho latter was unarmed and says he was Gloves, or whatever it is ThompHon,of the rreachersyille section, almost looked for the lliwern and ex- than i to hours Tuesday, but it managed Bding solely in the interest of peace. pected to hear tint sinking of the birds. to disjKmd ut u niiiuijer of caseB. CharWill Murphy, a brother of the man is very ill with pneumonia fever. Tho predition read: Genernlly fair to- ley Slaughter, charged with trying to who did tho shooting, was with him. He Miis. J. if. MostN, who rnmo up to thu burial of her brother, J. 1. night. Friday ftlr and colder. burn thu calaboose at Crab Orchard, was arrested and taken before Judge 9 Saulley, who after questioning him closeCrow, returned to Nolm yesterday. W. K. pKiiKi.se. Crab Orchard's mer- - while he was an inmate, was acquitted. Come Mr O.Pjiith, formerly of this county, crtiitilo hustler, tells our renders in this Kph Payne, woe under indictment for a ly nnd finding that hu had donu nothing, And it goes, for ve are determined to wind up this business. but now of Conant, Hell county, is visit- iesuo wiiere tiiey can get the best plows similar offense, hut the Commonwealth ruleased him. and see for yourself. ing friends in and around Stanford. Jason Blackerty, who was severely and harness at tho lowest prices. He has iiad hia case re submitted to the grand shot by Ellis several years ago, was with Miss Nt J.i.ik OHNDoiirf has been sick everything else in the general tnerchan jury. John Ball, charged with setting for anvcral days, but waa well enough to dise line, too, which it will pay you to up and operating a gambling device at Murphy, during the day, but ho appeals be at the Louisville Store yesterday, Green Briar Springs, failed to show up to have taken no part. examine and price. Mus. John F. Mooiik and daughter, Ellia was shot in the right side just and his bond, with B. P. Martin as Miss Lillie, of Casey, are visiting the thu nipple, the ball ranging downTiiEite is a man in this county drawing was declared forfeited. In one of former's daughter, Mrs. I'M Wilkinson. a peiihlon, who it is said, on borrowing a the cases against P. W. Green for selling ward and to the left, dropping, the BurMn. Fkanixin Owslky and daughters, gun from a neighbor to kill a dog, asked liquor unlawfully, a jury found him geons think, into the abdominal cavity. Misses Maggie and Ophelia, of Tennes him in sober earnestness, which tc put not guilty and the other was dismissed. The stomach is not injured, as he has nee, have been guests at Mr. II. J in first the shot or the powder in loading G. A. Alford agreed to pay one cent and not expectorated or vomited blood. Darst's. thu weapon. Another pensioner vouch- costs for a breach of tho peace. Hugh It was on the order of tho judge that lUv. It. It. Maiiony was called to Lon- es for this, and we can present him if this Jacobs and II. P. Bauuh, charged with Ellis was taken to tho Myers House, the don Wednesday to preach the funeral statement is doubted. shooting at Zick Padgett, will answer condition of the wounded man being of Mrs. McFattrldge, an aunt of for shoot- such that he could not receive proper Kewamj. Vandals broku into the next Monday. John A Jones, Weaver. ing and wounding, wasn't on hand and surgical and other attention in jail. He Mb. II. G. Cook, of Jellico, came public school building, defaced proper- his bond was declared forfeited. will remain at the hotel till the further down Wednesday to seo ) wife who is ty, burned books, knocked out window The grand jury has returned indict- order of thu court, in case death does visiting her mother, Mrs. A. 11. McKin-ne- glasses and stole the coal. Thu trustees ments against Jeese Belden for grand not claim jurisdiction. Jjr W i are making strenuous efforts to apprenear McKInney. Murphvhad been drinking for a day larcenv, Wm. Logan Dudderar for carhend them and will give a reward of f 10 Mu. Joan J on Ka received word yester rying concealed weapons and Wm, Trice or two and wbb much under the influday from Monticello that his grand for any information that will lead to for housebreaking. ence of liquor when he shot. While he mother, Mrs. F. T. Jones, who is 03 years their arrest and conviction. Nothing waa done for the Common- was being placed in jail he said: "He old, was at the point of death. In the window of Warren A Shanks is wealth Wednesday, save to call the case killed my brother, ran my mother and Mr. E. W Spidill and family have a butter display of Mrs. Clifton Fowler, of Frank Ellis for tho murder of Mur- sister crazy and it has taken all I can arrived and will occupy a house on Som- which marks tier as an artist as well as phy. Thu 'prosecution announced ita make to prosecute him, bo I do not give erset street. He la one of tho publishers one of the best makers of that most de readiness to proceed, but tho lawyers for a d n what becomes of me." Ellis got worse several hours after be of tho new paper and Is from Beech sirable article of food when well made-Th- the defense were preparing affidavits for Citv, 0. exhibition is in the shape of ducks, a continuance when Murphy's shot cut ing shot and it was thought best to take his statement. He was under the imMb. 0. M. Rudolph, special agent for vases, pineapples and numerous other short proceedings. pression that he would die and his statePaducah Building Trust Co., is here things surprlfcingly well executed. the Jessu Belden, who stole a diamond 9 . with his wife again, working up interest This tells the story about our brand new line ' of from Mrs. B. W. Givene, plead guilty ment was made in the shape of a dying No Fancy Prices. No mouk Bsow.Mr. J. T. Harris, who yesterday aud asked for mercy. He assertion to Attorneys Paxton and Owb-leand in his company, which is pays close attention to such things, is might have gotten five, but tho jury let and was taken down by Circuit Clerk Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing. If yor are hard to flit we can oilers many inducement. Call and see. McKinnky was attack- satisfied that the day on which the first him oil with ono year in thu peniten- Bailey. It was in substance that as he fit you. Oait. Geo. II. snow falls in November denotes tiie tiary. ed with heart failure Wednesday came out of the jail, he Baw John and It Wiil Murphy standing at the for a timo his son, A. A. Mc- number of snows during tho winter Messrs. J. W. Yorkee, R. J. BreckinHe re- mowed Nov. 20; 20 snows have already ridge, George Stone, M. F. North, L. L. door. He felt that aomething was up KInney, thought he was dead, fallen hu eays, and wo will have no more. Walker. F. F. Bobbitt and O. C. Fox are and was not surprised when Jonn Murvived however, and was up yesterday. peculiarly However we shall see whit we shall see. among thu visiting attornuya. phy pushed the pistol into his breast and Tint newspapers have been Tho name of John S. Murphy, Jr., wbh fired. He caught at the weapon and the unfortunate !n setting thu name of our A local, board of thu Globe Building unintentionally omitted from tho list of hammer fell on his hand thuB preventing pretty little friend, Miaa Jennie Warren, A Loan Co , of Louisville, authorized petit jurors given in our last issue. mixed during her present visit, but this another shot. Then he grappled with capital $20,000,000, was organized here John and Will Murphy caught hold of from tho Paris News is thu worst break of this week by State Agent J. A. Graham. CHURCH AFFAIRS. him, then the oilicors succeeded in getall: MUti Jane Warner, a handsome Dr. J F. lVyton was elected president-Dr- . ting tho pistol and arresting the men. young lady from Stanford, who has been The Methodist meeting at Bowling A. S. Price, vice president; A. A, I am still agent for the Old Reliable Tailoring Establishment of It will be remembered that while he a guest of Gov. and Mrs. W. O. Bradley Warren, secretary and treasurer; W. A. Green, conducted by Rev. J. P Lowry, was marshal at Junction City, Ellis killto forsoveral weeks, will arrivo Trlbhle, attorney, and J. D. Wearen, lo- haa resulted in 125 confessions. ed Henry Murphy under circumstances visit Mr. Bnd Mrs. George It. Bell. cal agent. Tho directors are Joseph SevRev. E. B. Cake, pastor of tho Mays-vill- which led tho Boyle county grand jury erance, T. 1). Kaney and Dr. A. S. Pricu. Christian church, has given up tho to indict him for murder. The deed was CITY AND VICINITY. They put better trimminps and stiffening in their coats than any house The institution seems to be an unusually pulpit for thu rostrum, nnd tho Bible for committed last May and Ehis had been Spkctaclis fitted by Danks. Btrong one. Blackstone. in the country, consequently the coats hold their shape. in jail at Danville most of the time sinco. Preaching at Christian church Sun- He got a change of venue to 2 J to $15 a suit at Still, Tiiky Come. A gentleman And Mkn's clothing from this county who is engaged in the newspaper busi- day morning and night. Morning sub. and the case was under consideration Shanks'. ness at Belleil )wor, 111., writes us that ject, "An Additional Grace." Evening, tho shot cut it short. Plow gear of all kinds at Warren it Stanford has been suggested to him as "Prize Fighting." All are cordially In- when The grand jury took cognizance of the Shanks'. . . poeseesing a good opening for another vited to attend, cise yesterday and indicted Murphy for Elder Z. T. Swoeney, of Columbus, malicious shooting and wounding. He White seed oata for Bale. J. II. Baugh- - newspaper and asks us to let him know Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. man A Co. our opinion of it, and if favorable he Ind., dedicated tho new $25,000 Chris- was brought into court and his trial fixwould launch another paper on tho tian church, in Greenfield, Ind., Sunday. ed for next Friday, Gth. Sked Potatoes and Garden Seeds of evjournalistic sea. We answered: "There The debt was G,000, but tho people weie Conductor Bon D. McGraw and ery kind in Bulk and Packages at War- - is a hero now and a week- so goneroua in their gifts that $7,000 waa Ben Durham, of the Q A C, relatives of ron & Shanks. ly is preparing to Btart, but there is al- given. . . Murphy.were up yesterday to see that he Rev. William Crow, Jr., has received waa properly defended. They employRo'Ly Is receiving very ways room for one more, bo come ahead, H. 0. lino of Spring suitings. Call in "the more, tho merrier." We expect a call from tho First Presbyterian church ed Hon. John W. Yerkea and will get We have sold at Frankfort, and will accept upon tLe additional counsel. him by next train. and get first pick. completion of his course at the TheologJudge Saufley fixed Murphy's bond at Widths, qualiHammjrcib at Shanks'. Tub unusual spectacle of brother ar- ical Seminary, Louisville, in June. $5,000, which he can easily give, but his ty, design and prlco to suit any one's resting brother for stealing a horse from Richmond Climax. friends wanted to consult Mr. Yerkea bepocket-boo- k or tastes. another brother waa witnessed in RichRev. Yohannon, a native of Persia, fore permitting him to be released. mond Tuesday, when Till" Stevens, of will preach at tho Baptist church here Ellia waa resting easy isst night. Dr. Takb your watch and clock repairs to Garrard, arrested George Stevens for next Sunday night. Uia discourse will Peyton says the principal danger is in Two men constantly at work at stealing a horse from David Stevens, also Danka'. doubtless bo entertaining and instruct- tho ball inflaming the lining of the bowTry it For years and know it to be Strictly First-Clas- s. the bench. All work warranted. of the same county. He then handcuff- ive. The public is extended a special els and causiug peretonitia and that it ia ed him and brought him to the Lancas- invitation to hoar him. hard at this time to predict with certainThk latest thing in hata can now be ter jail. They aro eons of David StevWOM, At Richmond, Va., tho Grace Btreet ty whether the patient will die or recovSoft and BtlQ hata in found at Shanks'. ens, who was killod at Rowland by John Baptist church was deatroysd by fire, aa er. great variety at the correct pricea. Payne. George had not been out of the was also the Richmond Female SeminaToere are wild rumora afloat that Ellis . A Dollar's worth goes farther than a dollars worth of Arbuckles'. .. all penitentiary long and is now said to be ry and Dr. J. W. Williams' reaideuce. haa killed five men, but inveatigation Remember wo have on band at times the very beat of Jollico Bnd Laurel under indictment in Woodford for horse Tho church, one of the finest in the city, shows that he haa only killed two, Cage coals. Give us a call. J. H. Baughmn stealing there. David Stevens waa here waa completed two years ago at a cost of Rowoey, for whose murder he is now Tuesday to advertise for his horse, when $05,000. A dozen other houses caught under indictment, and young Murpby. & 0- he told ua he waa aura his brother bad The total He haa shot several others, including Murpuy'b ahot didn't frighten the old stolon him and gave ua a description of fire, but with little damage. THE BLUK-- " ASS HERD OK Jaeon Blackerty, whom he filled full of losa ia $100,000. Oonfed., Jailer DeBorde, In the least. him for publication, saying that tho lead. His recovery was a miracle. "I've heard them before," tho old man State offered a standing reward of $50 for Dogs killed four sheep belonging to Bald with a emlle. Cynthiana will vote on prohibition such thieves and that he would pay lib Uriah Bright the other night, but one of If. H. Bronaugh, Pror, orally for the return of the horss. He did them will kill no uioro. Mr. Bright April 23d and it is said that the wets will Good news for teachers la contained In not seem to bo humiliated at all by tho caught him dead to rights and sent a ball win. The drys tried to get an election Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky this dispatch from Frankfort: Treaaurer act, all over the county, but it was refused ou but appeared to be bent on revenge through hia worthless hide. Long Bent f 200,000 to the school teachera Pigs for ttlt from the bcit tjpt ci KtgUteMj J. E. Carson bought ia Garrard an the ground that the town had asked la about half the and the punishment of his own flesh of the State. This for 75. first. Stock. Breeder lecured from tnt beet herd In svtrfcl different Sutes. Correspondence Solicited aged mule and blood. amount dun them, "Mac-cabeeis- Interior Jouriwu. Danks fits spectacles. Fiubh supply of Z.egle'a shoes, the best on the market, at W. H. Shanks', afMiiiii SHOT. 5 I '. John Murphy Shoots Frank Ellis, Nun-nelle- y. While in the Custody of the Jailer. I Anil Seriously Wounds Him. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. V-o. vis-itin- Tour Are Lucky Regardless of Results. I ... v This Stock Shall be Closed ... Yft-terda- y at-to- m m WE HAVE IT. HUGHES & TATE. bo-lo- New Clothing! New Styles, New Prices. LJprv ii "' No Old Goods, No Old Styles. SEVERANCE & SON. a I'ost-tnast- er y, I B u t 1.1 e m t4 gilt-edge- d y eve-uiuga- court-hous- e 4 . H to-da- y u Me IBCDMM & CICCD. ... Come and see the Spring Samples. H. J. McROBERTS. i! ,' semi-week- ly hand-som- a The Best is the Cheapest. FABANCG- JAVA BOAOTDID) COFFEE TMEEE POUNDS A BUDILlLABo HIGGINS & McKINNET. Duroc Jersey Red Swine v 'Lmmi-&i-m ;ji i , .j..llfc.a. 'Jb'l'HTli' 'II . (, Semi-Week- ly ( InteriorJourna O AT p THE HILLS OF OLD LINCOLN. the hills or old Lincoln! day I can tee Ihem to- Published Evory Tuesday and Friday $3 pbr vic.a.h. ry .ajp VAy oic $2.50 will be charged." K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. t 7:15 a. m., aWWhen not aopaid As they stretch In dim distance far, faraway. And on fancy's swift pinions ray spirit hath down To rest 'mid the scenes which mr childhood has known Where theo'.d Hanging Fork, with Its silvery K!ean- Pavement Matin of liny. Permission lias been grnntod by Iho mayor of Baltimore to lay n sample of tt now pavomont mntlo of swamp liny, iu order to tost its durability ami to ascertain whether it should bo allowed to COllIpotO with asphalt tllld Other paving E2 J- Trty. OWSUSY, JR., A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dontist, Is a candidate fcr Ccngress in this, the Eighth District, subject to ths action cf the Democratic Irafe-COLD WEATHER HOGPEN. Mm ja. A jSIE)S Stanford, Ky, Office over McRoberts' Wlm in the Owsley .M.S.&J.W.Baugliman, -- I Brown's Iron I Bitters blocks nro made iu swamp grass, which It In Cheap, t:illy .Mmlx ntiil Thoroughly New roods of the tntest strles ut received. grows luxuriantly is tho salt nuudi(s Guarantees First Class work In ctcry particuWarm unit .Mine lar l'rices rettcnablo. Has hud ij years' cape Call In and see the largait and best aitorteU line along tho Atlantic const. It grows very ever brought to Stanford Prices as low as the A Minnesota correspondent of Tho rience. 91 3m L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. O, the hills of old Lincoln how londly I gate lowest compactly nud in many places to a Rural New Yorker has built a hogpen Klcgant line Linens and Ktnbroidery Material. On their wildwoods and thickets and deep tan height J. W. COOK, Ho. 14, Train going North.. m. 13 7P "1 of 0 or S feet. It is out at any which ho consideis the model Xor n re- Inchargepatnt shop. In J.W McOlKNIS. gled ways charg trimming shop. M1SSL1CCU HKAZLtVY, No, 6. ' 3 15 a m time of tho yoar except when growing. Stanford, Ky ' South . Wo. t 5, ..1 j 04 p m When memory's mirror presents them to view, gion whoro tho winters aro cold. Uo de" W,o. i, " Laborers go into tho marshes with scribes it as follows: 15 p in And I dr)amonco again that t tread them anew, THOMAS Y. largo llntboats and cut the liny, which While raptured I listen to the muiic of love QUEEN & CRESCENT. Iu building a cheap pen for pigs, a HOUSE That the songbirds are tinging in the falls into the boat as it is poled along few days since, I hit upon u plan which DANVILl.K, KV., above, Trains put Junction City at follows: V . II. HILEY. I'ropriotor, slowly through thowator. Tho material I have uovor described olsowhure. No. t South it 37 a m No. 3 North . ..3.c,Spm And the soul drifts away iu a swoon ol delight, is then put into bundles nud cut up into Tho walls nro been by tacking tar folt, lhitlder and Dealer in All Kinds M ' 4 " made , .o6Hta p m Unanchoied from care and from sorrow's cold " ..1.46 London. - - - Kontuoky, of Carriages. tiio proper length by machine similar well lapped, 011 each hide of " 3 " 6 a S blight! to40 pmm " io ' ..3.15 a m tho 2 bv 3 g " " ra .6.00 RcpaWne a Specialty, Work l no and wsrrant-dnrto tho ordinary hay cutter, with which 1 have moved to my new Hot al and am bettsi hills when le (He Notb. Ncj. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run uo fur O the trod of old Lincoln -- my footsteps hae ' tho boat is provided. Jt is afterward Gttidding. Over tho paper are nailed inch ed jmiied sitttsfnctmi Alt work All accounts Oue when work Is de- preparsd than ever to accommodate ths public. hoards of cheap grade, as close togothor P her than Junction City, nor on Sunday, Uood Livery attachcnl and (very convenienct C Up and down their green valleys with shotfun subjected to a moderate pressure and as livered. Your patronage solicit. 00 practicable, thus making a dead sitad. Give rat a call. ana rod. made into blocks by a machiuo attached npaco iu tho wall. Tho roof istieated air FRANK RILKY, ,7 in And It seems tome now that the years that hae to tho cutter, about 0 inches thick by tho samo way, and both walls and roof fled SI'RlN AND SUMMER. Art uud their old summits a halo has shot 10 long and 20 wido. Tlieso nro thou aro shingled ontsido over tho boards. That guides tie fond fancy unernngly there fastenod in tho shape stated by wires, Tho side walls aro enlyJli,,' feet high, Something to Beautify tho .Ladies. When backward It wanders with childhood to very much in tho manner as hay is put and the roof has only it very modorato , share New tiac, flower, and lace.l Dally npeninuig sk Or Exchange. Sweet scenes such as these, inurned in tho heirt, up. ueioro tno uiocks aro shipped from We gt.e the assurance to tie trade that they wil And whLh from the memory can never depart tho factory to their destination they aro find In our ri'aMlshmerit the .nte eaLlu.ivrnesi style of patterns, hats and and all the -- Geo. W. Oonehy In Lou. Post. treated with a preparation of "dead Onpiko two miles East of Ituitonvillc. Con leading noveltleit in Millinery for which we arc tains oil," and thoy aro then ready to lay upknown throughout the country. I hate seemed a trimmer for the seaOn the Road. on tho streets. son. Thanking you lor past favors, we respect- 140 Tho cost of putting down this pavoAt Cincinnati Friday wo visited the fully solicit your patronage hereiolnre so U t rally Well Improved and In an escrllent netghbarhoed M I). liUMihKAK bestowed. I. slid lies well. Will eichance for a smaller or a jail and had a short interview with the mout comploto, including tho preparaKATh DUDDKRAR. MannKer. cheaper placu in this or an) good county in the tion of tho concrete foundation, is givalleged actors in the Pearl Bryan tragedy, Mataor would laVc a clean sfck of groceries and en nt hardware lo part jhiymcnt In some live tewn, or Jackeou and Walling. Tho indications yard. from 1.40 to 1.70 per square will sell for nan cash balance in rite Tears' liiuo Tho cost will vary somewhat are that Jackson is running as it were from surrounding conditions, tho freight or longer if desirtd. Kor further psrliciilars call nn or addicts, K. ). KENNEDY, Lavv.t under a mighty pressure, which can not 011 tho blocks, cost of labor and cost of Attorney & 113 " llustonville. Ky. , He will turn Stale's crushed stone and other material for last much longer. - Waitho foundation. evidence before tho April P L M 5 OfEceon Laocitler "street, wpoute the Court ting's faith in his ultimate acquittal is House Collections receive especial attention. SS Cattle llcttt-- Treated Than Sailors. bated solely upon tho ability of ablo atAbsolutely Puro.l Tho improvements iu tho arrangetorneys. Jackson hasn't the means nor THE Hl'SlLING INbtUANCK MAN, is his only ments mado for tho protection of aniA cream of tartar baking pow- friends that have it, and that mals during tho voyage across Atder. Highest of all in leavening chance of escaping Plumnier s necktie lantic aro said by Mr. Tonnant, tho princistrength. Latest United States pirty. pal of tho animals division of the board Who represents the Old Reliable Mlchican MutuY A al Life IntutMare Co , r( Detroit Mich, can En route from the Queen City wo of agriculture, to have fairly kept pace Government Food Report. : : Ky. write you all the most favmablr plans ol IiiHir B'opped at the beautiful capital of the witli the iucreufo of tho trade. During ancc. He a.so represent, th. old icliablo Central EOYAL"BAKING POWDER 00., WAH.M l CONVKX1KNT I'lOTEX. Tobacco Warch . of I.vistllle Ky, and will O0iconMslnStret, Opposite the bluegrses section and were astounded tho early days tho losses, owing to a liberal share of your patronage. be glad 106 Wall Streot, Now York. woather, bad ventilation and pitch, mi thnt tho height nbovo tho floor Win be to hateto conlrr ail the iavors that can be thorand upon seeing one leady in tho middle n only about 0 feet. An gltcn by any ttaiehousd. Liberal cash advance very serioughbreds selling at $100 per dozen, but other causes, woro often of mado on consignments, In the ous character, and iu some cases result- alley, 4 feet wide, runs through tho cen- ments and country i will beboth Stanford every at such was true. They're on". ed in tho destruction of tho entire liv- - ter, witli four ti by 10 foot pens on each court day. I'ai tits anting h'Klirads, prises or Proprietors of...... At llustonville we find busintes ilif nnfdfi side, the building being SI by JiU feot money anoiib' address m st I'alnt 1.k1. Ky .ttt)nwl Ac nrnnrtunnii tiu (961a I'rempt attention guaranteed F. BARKER, Proprietor. J brisk by a.l tho merchants and the hsnkj LuwOYor 'im ilul)rove10nt took place! iu size. This construction insures a says the same. The popular roller millH nmi k1iic0 tno year lbSo( wj1(!U tLo oss. warm uud dry building, but thu peculiar STANKOItl), KV. - here is preparing to put in a car load ofjos among cattle nmountod to no loss feature is tho nkylight windows, which Havlof bought of H W, Green hn Ltverr Rates TWO DOLLAltS Pr Dav. and added new bufgies and horses, wears the latest up to date machinery, among, than 21 of ovory 1,000 that woro em- - aro placed in tiio roof. Tho frames aro prepared ta furnish made ho that double vt inflows may bo Remodeled and refurnished throughout. Large which will be one of the latest automatic barked, thoro bus been a steady decreaso and Commodious Sample Rooms. FIRST-CLAS- S in tho mortality among this class of used iu v.'inter, wliilo iu summer tho TURNOUTS Halls and office connected ly Electric Bells. self contained, 50 horse power enijitief, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in second sash can Ihj removed, nut the rePrompt and polite service to guests. 47 a speed of 225 revolutions animals until, in 180IJ, it was reduced maining sn.h raised so as to secure that will run at On skort notice The traveling public will And tho to threo per thousand, and during tho us always ready and wlllins to lurmsh r' per minute, electric lightp, corn rolls for roni MI.1 fn fit.. .! .)i.il.iiwI Ulni.m boatof ventilation. Tlioso windows havo scons, either utinle or double, or CarnM. S. Bacghmin. J. W. Raugiimax. .;...: .,...? ages of all kind al very LOW ('KICKS. Ths making meal instead of burrs, a device U1U two advantages: Tho light and sunshino tk Ull UUTUa UUII UilH'WI.I WiiUIl UUIIJ- boyslnamlaroMOd Iowh will also find us the poo fully as fir superior (or that purpose as pared wun cattle, tno losses among are both admitted where needed, tho pie to deal with. Step wm us when In town at iuits atid cntrtainmnu and your horse and v. building being us light as day; yet tho rolls are for flour'over tho old process. thorn during a long journey boing alhide will be well tared for PROPRIETORScounty court day at Lib- most always large, and during the iivo walls mny bo low, resulting iu a warm Monday was O. II. COOl'KK 8 Myers House Suble, Stanford, Ky tho average losses buildiug & SALE erty and waa well attended. J. W. Al- years in question thousand. Notwith- coars so at tho nlonst possible cir. Of JL,nrERY, warm building would not bo len, the king of hustlers, bought three amounted to 28 per standing tho fact, however, that tho im- necessary for many of your readers, but anti ; an Paper. car loads of hogs and cattle here. portation during 1MJ1 increased nearly the plan of lighting will servo them The stockholders of the llustonville eightfold uutl leaped up to upward of well - - Kentucky. & Green River Valley Telephone Co. 400,000, tho The illustration gives a clour idea of during tho past yoar Itomtmber we are the exclusive SfcMt for the the building and j..r.!i nttuuhed. Tho held a meeting and elected the following only amounted to 17 por thousand. diet rated give ua a call. Nothing out officers, viz: President, F. P. Combesti London If yoj need livery sides of tho building face oast anil west. Globe. s turnouts will leave our stable. See us Falls Branch Jollico Coal, If it be desired to hiivo all tho pens and Cor rates. In our of Phil; James C. Coulter, vice preside!! yards faeo south, tho same construction Also that it will be t the Interest of everybody John Jamet 1'lntt. Mtddleburg; Directors: T. J. Baldock BLACKSMITH SHOP. lacall and see our clean Domestic jyU Coal John James Piatt, tho well known may bo used, with a roof sloping south I rices the very lowest. R. L. WilliamB, .Tames Carson, Wins We pay the cash at the poot, is now employed in the basement and an alley along tho north sido, with mines, therefore arc able to sell at the lowest work and satisfactor Wilkinson, G. A. Prowitt, F. P. Combest. Will uarantu price Come and see us (trices Try our hor shocr. a siuglo row of pons south of the alley. of tho city postotlico at Washington. He OocJ Coal makes red ashes, no cinders. Mitchell Taylor, James C. Coulter, G. D. belongs in Ohio, was in tho consular NOEL .V .ION. r . i n n i nt . . n A. G. Ltnham .ucuariy, o. t - '"ua, John O, Castleman. , Itucknlient Ilyiiroducta sm Kt1. service for nearly a quarter of a century, , f0H,i uoitlier- official Tho by products of the buckwheat ssssssssssB LssskVftla0B B sij dale; Geo. A. Prewitt, secretary and uut ssfSsss'ssLssssB life nor treasurer. The directors are to meet nt( poetry profitable. JJo is, however, prom-th- grain nro well worthy of study by stockCo Commercial Bank, Liberty, Mar. 7tb, ised n hotter job and expects to lie placed men wherever this food stun can bo pur. chased in quantity at reasonable price. Of STANrORD, KY., at 12 si. Tho latest improved lone dis in cuargeoi tue uouso or Let ns study tho nutrients contained in IsDowfully.organiicd and ready lor business wlik tance instruments have been bought and mails in tho city postoflkc Mr. Piatt buckwheat bran and shorts. This is the putting up of the Hue seemj to be "a has rocoutly returuod from Ireland, shown in the following table: Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. whoro ho remained after leaving tho sure thing." Dunnville proposes to ex- consular service, Surplus, . uud frum tho pres of TAnxKsuowixo Tin: iii(iTiiit.i:t'TniMENTa 21,000. IN ONH lIl.Mllll.l) rill'MHm' TUB JIVIMtOIH tend the line on to Russell Springs and Archibald Constable of he L'CTrt OV IIK.IT a:;d IICCKWIIIUT. SUCCESSOR tuTIIR LINCOLN NATIONAL. tho Cumberland VaU has just issued a volumo entitled "Tho there connect with Curl)- HANK OK STANrORD, Protein hyilrntcw. I'nt ley lines running from Burnside down Ghost Sentry ami Other Poems. " Ilia MANAGERS, Now closing up) with the nmi atseu and undsi I'iiIuhIh, I'oun'rU, I'ouuiU i he same managsment. the valley, with offices at all the itnpor wifo, Mrs. Sarah M. 13. Piatt, who is Wheat bran 1X, 2.0 41.1 Haby Carriage for 'u'--Jly provisions of iu chiller, depontora are as Ooinruerco Building, Louisville, tant points to Nashville. as well known in tho litorary world, Wheat Bhorts 11. IJ 3.U This Kleijaiit 45.4 proucied as are depositors in National 30.4 . Bui'kwtimt 1.0 Uanks, its shareholders being held Individual Agents throughout the South At Yoaemite, Mac. Wheat has sold his has also recontly had n volume, "Tho Uuekwiimt bran 55 r4iurtit. .it. 5.5 llaole to the eiteot of the amount of their Hock itt.6 World Ballads and Other therein at the par value thereol, la addition to th O. Coulter, who sold Child's stock of goods to J. I regard pure buckwheat hulls us Poems," published by tho V? A. TEIBBLB, Local Agent, amount invested in such shares. It llrm. act them same day to Mitch Taylor for u Mr. Piatt has two sous in tho consular having a veiy low feeding vnlne; irob-abl- y Store Opposite Ft Asaph Hotel. cterutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, mayfully as as as sa individual, STANFORD, KY. small advance and they will be taken to servico in Ireland and was a candidate nut so much as good wheat chaff. To those who entrusted their bulsiuess to us On tho other h.uid, that portion of tho while mnajinK the Lincoln National Hank ol Middleeburg to be sold by Mr. W. P. for librarian of tho house of representaStanford, we we here leader our many thank.s and WANTED-A- N IDEA Keeny for Mr. Taylor. Mac. Wheat' tives. Failing to secure that appoin- buckwiit.a kernel jut insido tho hnll : : trust they will continue to tranasct their butmesc thing to patent? Protect your Ideas; they may bought of James O. Coulter, tho Cowan tment ho accepted his present position is very rich iu protein (muscle building with us, ottering as a guarantee for prompt attea-tis- n brlnrj you wealth. Write JOHN to saino, our twenty years" rapcrwuie la CO., Patent Attorneys, Washington. farm on Pine Lick near Mt. Salem lor until somothing better could be pro- elemeuta) nud fat; almost equal to banking and as liberal accommodations as are in tho former mid nlruuttts high as JJ. C, Xor their S1.S0O prize offer. with sound baukths. vided for him. Chicago Record. wel$3,000 cash. I predict a three-folcorn iu the latter. Breodor'H Gazette HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. iihsctoms: come to Mac. into Lincoln as a horny J J. Williams, Mt Veruonj Oilers his services j iru pcrple ol Wost jtwiA"ikJcp."iVv.."v.sjji.- - banded son of toil, a good business man, No Mora Toy IIiniKct In Wa.lilnetou. . II Shanks, Stanford; A 1'amoui Home. Cuuutics, CoIHuj i.d Csvi rull HiKk of Tho commissioners lmvo mado two nd Latkrts alwa) on hand. J.S.Owsley, Stanford; a true democrat and an honest, cour- -; important Hero is a picture of Pilot Medium, I) H. Carpeuur, Mnnaor additions to tho building reg93 S J. Ktnbry, Stanford; teous gentleman. Shake. Mud. ulations under advisement of tho attor- tho great I rotting sire that breathed his J. Owsley, Stanford; last at Battle Creek, Mich., oarly in ney for tho District. Tho minimum J.'.r Cash, Stanford; . STANFORD January. Ho was tho siro of 01 animals width of a building was formerly 12 William Cooch, Stanford; Queer limiior Ahout tho Kaiser. feet, but it is now made a violation of of botli sexes that could go their milo -- FEMALE : COLLEGE. A. W. Carpenter, MIlleiLinvills, An odd story is in circulation which tiio buildintz regulations to in 2 :30 or loss. Fivo of theso were paW.'H. Cummins, Preachers ill nut tin a cers, XI n irj l is probably false, but which is worth! iinii,nllf, tho rest trotters. Pilotta, 2:ll?.f, , S. If. Shauks, I'resident, , STVN'I'OilD, KY. ut , .ii,i. recording. It is said that among tho . Tho other amendment relates to tho was ono of tho fastest. Dr.. J. Ml Owsley, Cashier, largo projects over vruiuli the German BnbdiviBioa W M.IIrlsht, Teller. Tho history of this horso partakes of WILLIAM bllKLTON, I'resident. of building lots. It has been emperor dreams is one for winning Hoi-- . tho 0U8t0IU , Ul0 wt allow two or romance, if it horse's history can over do MRS. NANNIKS 8AUFLLY, Lady Principal. t0 laud, and with her, ships, colonies and ' ,lwollllg8 t0 bo erected on one lot. that. Pilot Medium was born on tho Miss Km ma I.. Mar'ln, I'esidms teacher in the NATIONAL BANK commorco, without a wur. A marriage lnoro ntnyt,nA ..,r nf. Vnrv Studvllall; ir"viu . ...v. of eacli botween his eldest son and tho young ten uecossary to doscribo tho sito ..vuui DeOK STANFORD, KY. Miss Mary Cowen, Principil ol the Music means so much more than queen would give him such influence in building, and in order to prevent partment; the you imagine serious and "i Holland that tho Dutch might consent confusion which was likely to ariso in Ms Mary 1. Harris, Principal of the Depart- Capital Stock- ments ot Art and Llocutlcn. to enter tho empire on tho Bavarian such cases tho regnlatious bnvo beon V fatal diseases result from Surplus....... terms. To further tins project the kai- amended to read : Next Session will Begin Wednes-da- j ,(,A.,!!;nUi0n ser desires to conciliate Dutchmen, and 4" trifling ailments neglected ,h? t"1110 ' to "No permit bhall bo issued for two or ,h0 y N,lon , January 22. SlaSforJ in tho invasion of tho Transvaal lie moro buildings iu tho District until tho nk Don t play with Nature Under the provulons of the Nationalin Hank thought ho discerned his opportunity; laud are secured not only by th capital V r terms, S.C, send for Circulir or call at the which thoy aro erected bo oiion 'greatest gift health. stock, but by the stockholders lubltity Collego hence his telegram and tho abortive ef- subdivided, so tliut each house will to ,he ,,0CV ,0 ,h depositors ol If youarefeellne fort to introduce German troops into stand on a eeparato lot." Washington this institution are secured by a fund ofS.co.ooo. out of sorts, weak riv sworn statements of thecondition or the bank Pretoria via Delagoa bay. San Francisco ar made oachyearto the United States P iijhua. a'lil generally exPict. Tho scheme is an adroit one, but lacks hausted, nervous, ..To tl . Its assets are eaaminedat slat have .o appetite solid foundation, for tho Dutch aro The Solo Waa I'liatponed. !Srt.'isr"-JEr- ; finfl .flii'l ..nrtr "n"i h" aecurine; tiues andperfecl safely to depositors. proud of their independence, and the begin at oncetak- Georgo Ford, the well known basso, This institution, oriifinallv established l'ILtTMi:iH,JI. k tiicmusiieiiA- - j Boers havo no wish to oxchango King sings in tho choir of St. Stephen's Upoiltllanko( Stanford In 1858, then i. th. ..tVia The KIm tt.nflnlhniillti ua as the National Hank ol Stinford in iS5 and Log for King Stork. They aro most civil church. Mr. Ford, ulthotmh one would farm of AloxanderD.iviKou of Williams- hl.lll.lli. . titk In again re.prganued as the Hirst National ii.ut.iiiv.riiiikiii9 mi1S81, has had practically ,u Uankol uiowii iron bot colt 1,e 111Bt with to Germany just at present, but Mr. never suspect it from his uppearauco, bnrfi Pa- W1,e umnter- ters. A few Uofnioyor's speech embodies their inner is u grandfather, and last Huuday his " nccidoiit that crippled him. BesidtH tles cure benefit fr'ct.nKbusiness prompt comes front the ly and liberally than cvor before in seutimouts. Loudon Spectator. JWa littlo grandson attended church for tho i tliat hid owner characterized him as a iu very first dose; it honorable career. Accounts of corporations Udo" ,v4 scrub ill blood. twsr ( item flrst time. Tho littlo nlitni. lvhn is nnl? eur S eianes, firms and Individuals r.stiYctlully 'soli )lou.Vtii. t wAlltt.r H.tAt' f!jTf tteth. uud t's r Dark For 1S90. Bnt, nothing daunted, a young 4 yoars old, was naturally very much pleasant to take Tha Directory of this Hank is composed ol of Battle Cutk, Only DininR Car Route From A Frenchman, who loves to look on impressed with the strango surrounduiior (Jlark, Forestus Ileid, Lincoln coaoty; tho dark sido of lifo, apparently has dis- ings, and it wus with difficulty that he bought In in tuv $1?.j. li is said that S. T. Harris, Lincoln; i?(J5,000 covered in tlioyollow manuscripts of an could bo restrained from making known afterward Mr. t:Jrik rfnK-J. II. Collior, Lincoln; old monastery somo dire prophecies re his impressions iu a sin ill, childish tre- for him, putting u valuo of $100,000 on Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver J. W. Hayden, Stanford; garding tho present year. The flrst is ble. Mr. Ford wus down fur a solo, and him. It well might be--, since Pilot S. H. Ilaughtnan,! Lincoln; neuralgia, Troubles, signed by Brother Philippo Olivarius of nfrnr Orimiiitir. Wrinri lirul nlnvrwl I lift nro. iw a Etc m.ilo Mr. Clark rich. Elegant I'ullman Vestibuled J. S.llocktr, Stanford; .. Constipation, Bad Blood . . I"".- - . W. A.Trlbble.Stauford; Sleepers of Modern Pattern. uio uruer 01 uistercians Tiio'ludotho singer aroso in tiio choir loft, Mi. ClurJi Itxpi- Pih.t Medmni till tho iilalarla, Nervous ailments M. D. Elmore, Stanford; Kor maps or any information, address mouk prophosies thut Paris will bo en The youngster caught sight of hi in for horse died. lVrhup.4 it st.irtcd n hoodoo Women's complaints. T. P. Hill, Stanford; tirely destroyed this year and will nov-e- r tho first time, nud, jumping up witli n when ho refu. d tho offer cf ifU.'.OOO. E. II. BACO.V fUANK I. REID, Ret on to tie eenulne It has crossed red K. t Tanner, McKioney; D. P. A , G. P. Axent bo rebuilt. He also announces a ' grin of recognition on his face, he lines on the wrapper. All otners are subChicago. Louisville 1.M'J'M,ll'.M-VrnonlKTills time of year the thrifty farmer (In rereltit of lufl 2C. stamns we of calamities and wars for 1800. shouted ut the top of his lungs, "Hello, Klilutr Be sure In call for I. S. H ocker, President; uill send act of fen Beautiful World's) Motion Route. Another Frenchman foretells a groat grandpopl" Thocougrejntioii tittered, has root foods ttuir.ps, potatoes, carrots Jbo, J. McRoberts, Cashier; Flr View and book free. war, lasting two yoars, to begin this Mr. Ford grew very rod, and the solo or boots to feed his stock as a chaugo Denver. DROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, M0. A A.McKinnsy, Aist. Cashie St Paul. hay and corn. from tho dry year. aa postponed. Philadelphia Record. 1 Train leave sunfotd t a:jo p. " cturnihg Glides away 'tween the meadows like thoughts in a dream, And far to the South, with their outlines so blue, The rugged knobs blend into heaven's ov. n hue ! material. Tho material of which tho paving Bricklayer & Stonecutter llulldin Drugstore Stanford, Kentucky. TO THIC liADIBS 1 1 SHAW, tree-top- s THE RILEY 11 1 I u I 11 I Splendid Farm For Sale ya.Mif. I I 11 I'lHi ririt-cU- Acres of Fine Iand, M yards4 PENS W. S. BTHCEC, at POWDER sho-vers- . -- Stanford, Kcntuelcy, ;.-' DR. VT. B. ffi r PEinrz. M. W. JOESTSOIT, u-- RDS Dentist, Stanford, torn-pestuo- IW-OQI- two-year-o- 11 warp-hou- BARKER HOUSE, v GEO. B. COOPER, hut-me- Somerset, Kentucky. Livery mid Feed Stable, , W. W. Withers, ss I I ':;;: 1 :'"T. ... ""' Orum-me- V Furniture, C FEED Undertaking1 Goods, STABLE, Stanford, Coal, Coal, Coal. I h-o- s first-clas- first-clas- s ...-- ROYAL a""u MsK e iesurafiee Company ..'Jt . Farfflers Rank&Trcst ..1 m ropre.-eututiv-es OF LIVERPOOL. BARBEE&OASTLEMAfl Yi ! r T.-- l . 1 life's WEDDElt-MUH1T- J. T. STJTTOIT. nvmXRTAKER, & oil-me- al cos-isle- ot d j Lin-.o- iu In ui 11 i ssb wJi H j ealth I ,i,..,.,,a .j. FIRST 'si Bcrrnj?Fs!a4:,(' - 111 law-yo- , 23,700 nid 8100,000 aovsrn-m.nta- nd 11 MODHira H WEST s m W" ! It Cures j XaOUISYIX.I.1B ,' . uo-H)- . ..... I .. Mo-(lim- n TO CHICAGO. !- - so-ri- es - y sySttwe,'saWaKyy