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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896030301 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. vol. xxv. Uov, Semi Weekly Interior Journal. STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. MARCH 3 1896. LANCASTER, CARRARD COUNTY. tiveH. NO.l GRAB ORCHARD. Tlie many friondri of I'nclo Arch kIiiU. to hear tbnt hu la abletobeontnain aftor h protracted spell of flickncw. Nina, daughter of Tbomnnnnd Maggie Gurtle, died ut Somereet Sunday and her ronirtiiiH were brought to Cdar Creole Monday for burial in the family cemetery. Tho Mawnio Lodge of Crab Orchard will give an oyster Hiipptr at the residence ol Dr. IVttui nextSalurdny niht. will h All lli dolicaeltM of t eorvud in addition to oyatera. Mr. Olmriwi A. lledd, Sr., who baa bien ill for Hvnral days, la reported much worn and IiIh frinnda ara vry much alarmed at hie condition. Apoplexy ia threatened. .Mra S. 1. Gray, of Mtiefleld, W. i., who h with her mother, M re. S. A. Midillulon,v ban H beautiful new daughter. Mra. Dr. Stupp'a Mater in vioiting at College Home. Misa Katie Siiupan,of LiuicHHter, i visiting Mian Lizzie & ley. Mr. G. A. s,:ei,of IVaehfravillii, returned from Jellico b'alurday, bringing n car load of mountain cattle. Mra. Ku-noOareon will ho ana-uir Mra. T. V. Olda mis called to hor reJohn Anilurnon, of LoiiIbvIIIo, preacbod two viry IntercatinK sermons ward Sunday nlht, after a Ionic nnd tieo-flife. at the Itaptlst churcli Sunday. ul Mr.S. M. Hrntin, of Louisville, has been here several days. Mr. John L. Kay, of Stanford, waa a visitor in LanFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. OF A LOCAL NATURE. caster Sundav. alao Hv. II. Anderaou and wife. Mra. Hannah A. Jones and Mra, Kizt Curaon are gradu-allgrowinir weaker Karris la on thesoklia'. y law"m"akino"at FRANKFORT, Tlie bill to repeal the charter of th Southern I'acflc Company wan defeated in the Senato 20 to S. Dr. !:. M. Nell, State Senator from Adair, baa been ehopen for warden of tho Frankfort penitentiary. Dr. J. I Hull" will bo Huperintun-dou- t of the ItiHtitute for the He wad otictt Hate Senator from Lowla county. The Senate committee reported the compulsory ednratlon bill adversely, which will d'.ubtlww knock it out, ul llioush tlm ilouae had pa e awl it. Ainoni; lliofH mentioned f.ir tho nomination fur U. S Senator Judge Holt, Oongrreeman Lewia and C V. Uornam appear to bo tho fvnntt-ithough the woods are full of candidate. Tbia in the document that knocked ' I hereby agr.-t- j that I will out Hunter favor audi Irgialntion nnd aupport auch tueaaurt'S aa will restore silver to the po altion it occupied a primary or reibmp. tion money prior to 873, when it waa tho standard of value. W. G. Hunter." feeble-minde, 1 Miea UpmIh Markabury entertained in honor of hoiiih of liar friendd on Friday ttveuinc. Mioa ICrtliarinu Weal, of Marksbury, commooced te.ichinR a Holect ncliool nt rieaannt Hill, the 2. -- The aid Hociety of the 0'iristinn church will mwt .Saturday afternoon with Mra Dr. W.N. ,),. -- Mips Alice Rout, of Markabury, Hold a nice lot of clover hay at JS per ton to Mr. J. W. Olaw, of Camp -- Circuit court will lnKIn Marcli Otli andciuitiuuinc two weeks. Tlie docket in aniall witii very fvwcoaeaof importance. The hrjaht, prntty weather canned ft number of our citlzeiiH to have their gardens plowed and to do n Httlo of their early cardenint; -- Her. s. GrliHtead, of Stanford, conducted tho holineiw mnetinr: at tho Preabyterlan church Sunday evening, nubjfet, "Sanctlflcation." -- Uev. .1. M. Nel&on preacbwl tho Union sermon Sunday night at tho Hap. tist nhtirrh. It wit n most excellent Uwn "A Stony Heart." Mr. G. I) Guinea has rented Mr. A. G Seott'aahopon ItiHimond strtwt and will joon move machinery into it, for which purpose he Iihh rented it. The protracted meeting beinjj conducted by Hevs F. M. Hill, of this place, and J. It Wright, of Nicholaaville, is continuing in interest and additions. Dr. W. S. Ileazley, one of Lancaster's popular dentiatp, will entertain his friends in ids moat pleasiuic manner at his olllce on Dtnville street next Friday evening Mr. William Hurke, of this county, wh unitod in marriage to Mrs. Jennie Clark on Sugar Croek. Tho ceremony was performed at the home of the bride by Hfv. G W. Thompson Mhs Jennie Shumate, of Danville. his accepted a pition as one of the e ..., The Chicago derby of 1S!)(J has been declared oil". J. W. Uibb bought of John Bugh a hunch of HheepatfL.86. For Salk oh K.vhanok. Finn Jer-ae- y bull. A. G. iluiriiian. William McCormack bought of various patties 50 elioats nt le. Sam Helm sold to William McCormack a hunch of shoats at le. George Junes, of I'nlmki, hold to John G. Lynn HI cattle at ill) l'J Hay. 1,301) hit lea of good timothy hay for sale by F. Stanford. Too Midway Clipper reports salts of 80 lioyj, 200 pounda nvarage, nt 4c. An Ktizibethtown grocer shipped fill chickens at onetime last week. W. M. Matheny bought of Morimn Boone two sows and 11 pigs for i'24. George Htker bought of various par. ties a lot ol heifers and steers at L'J to yjc. T. C. Yeager, of Boyle, bought of Horace Bjwniau a eaJdh horeo lor 75. S. M. Oveus bought in tho West Kml VI calrcii, weighing 150 pouuds, at A iti'2 1 sold 500 fartnor nmr Bnlivnr, Mo., lately turkej of his own raising for .,, , liitti grttlo and -- Mr. U'lll .,- -. -- ... lluim Ml.j..... ynfli Kr, itsonooi imre.,n Mio .1 pup.p ti, (ll , .a commenced her duties ConiiKtTio.v. KMer A. 0 Nowland eendaua tho following: If you wlllgivo a amali apace in your paper. I wiah to correct a mistake made in tho publication of Claud Nowland'a death, which atated that hia grandpa was to preach his funeral. W. T. It. White waa requested to and did preach it to the rsatiafaction of s those who are alauderoualy called by their enemies. Hard-shell- -- This "pomo" h said to have been written by a little girl: "Mary had a Ilttio mule, and It followed her to akule, nnd the teacher like a fulo stepped up behind the mule, and it hit him with tho After thnt there waan't nny rule moroHkule" Count Manre, the dwarf htidb.ind of Mra. Tom Thumb, baa ordered a bioyclo. His height ia yo IncheH, nnd the bicycle, which is to bo made to order, will weigh lean than 10 pounda. Jackaon and Walline'a caaea at Cii clnnati were postponed until Saturday, -- , Marcti 7. The full inleniHy of living U reached unl by lh perfectly healthy. Slckaen ducounti the ca paeny for tnjoyment. Ifhu lody n alloulofor dcr and run down bo will not bo aide lo enjoy any thins, no nialttr how fultof enjojment It may lis foroihcr peeple. II he it jtttt a little out of or or. il he "it not tick, but doean't fel jutt riRht,'' he will nly be able to enjoy thiugt in a hall hearted being perfectly tort of way. The murcr he it tofor cojoyinent lo well, tho nearer will hu capacity exut, something neilrct. If thu condition ilwau'l tight tn be done. That meant 9 catei In 10 the uti of Dr. 1'ierco'a Ciolden Medical Dlicotpry. It workt directly on the dlK'cUe orani and on the tlnue of the blood, and through thee on mikut ldv. Il perlect lh appetite good, diction and and tuppliet licb, red blood to nutrition ullthe tiuutti, bulldme up wild, healthful lleih. ery itampt to the World't Send i cents In ona-ctUltpeuiary Amoclallon, e Ilulfalo, N. V., and re"Common Sense 1'ierce't ceive Dr. Medical Advlter," profuiely illmtrated. nt loos-pas- Simon S. Hartman. of Tunnelton Wen Va,, been lubject to attaclta of colic about once a year and would havo, to call a doctor nnd then hourt aa much as tomo do when tulfer lur about they die. He waa taken toceutly Jutt the name as . -- .1. tn trv Chamber :m. .n.l Iain's Colic, Cholora and Dlarrhaa Kemedy. Hu lays "I took one dote of it and it j;to mo relief in five minutct tnr That 11 more than anything elio me." a..v .Inn. Kor sale by CraifitA Hocker, Stanford, Ky. hit u. Mrs. Phoebe Thouiat, of J unction City, 111., was told by her doctort the had consumption and that bottles of Dr. there was no hopo for her, but two cured her and Kick's New IMtcoverr completely Kggeri, 119 she Tays it saved her life. Mr. Tho. Irom a dread-fFlorida St., San Kmnrltco, suffered cold, approaching consumption, tiled without of result every thlnqclto then bought one bottle was Dr. King's New Dltcovery and in two week; such cured. He Is naturally thankful. It is provo of which thoto are tamplet, that coughs the and medicine In wonderful cllicaey of thit Trco tr.- -l t .ales at G L. Penny, Exor's Drugstore. Regular sue 50c and Ii. ul ts Two Llvoa Savod. - The best lalve in the world for cut., bru!iess sores, ulctrt, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. Sit positively cures piles, or no pay .epuired. It U to give perlect aUsfaction or money b"- - Kor "U bJr Jefundod. W. . McKoberts, druggist. Ductlln'a Arnica Salvo. Pnc3Snt'Pr ' 0. atarU a tourifli Bleeper California every Monday and Thari-aa- y to ovenlugB, which rune to San Frau-citjwithout chauijo, for $50.50. The Q. & co lot of IMna Cook on street, just below Mrs Walter Kison'fl rosidenoo. Upon tho sito he will liavo erected several houses or cot tages for rent. Two brothers, John and Henry Dun ctn, of color, got into a, dilhVnlty on Thursday evening and but for some ouo happening in at the barber shop at the time he did, one of tho belligerents might have received a dangerous cut or two. Hhv. J.M.Nelson left last week to bring his wife hack with him. Mrs. Nelson lias been an inmate of a St. Louis infirmary for several months past. She has recently undergone a very severe surgical operation and wo are glad to report bet recovery sufficient to enable her to make tho trip to Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson have engaged rooms of Miss Bettio Doores. Information has reached here of the death of Mra. Lucy Jennings Ueusiiaw, r ol Troy, N Y.. nf tin, lu Commodore Cicero Trice, and sister of tho former Duchess of Marlborough, now Lady Win. Beresford. Mrs. Kenshaw was the youngest daughter of Commodore 1'rico and a first cousin of Mrs. Mat-ti- e 1 Friable and Mrs. J. W. Urant, of this city, and tho Messrs. 1'rice, of this vicinity, as well as Dr. A. S. 1'rice, of your community. Mr. S. M. Braun'a auction commented yesterday and it will continuo throughout the week. On Monday March 9th, ho will move to Salem, Ind , to engago in the same, business. J. Urd-for- d Jennings, who baa been tho polite, ellicinnt business manager of the firm for some time, has accepted the same position again with him and will go to Indiana to reside. His friends reRret to see him depart, but they know that their loea will be another's gain. Mr. Oharlps Allen Thomne, of Aus tralia, is to deliver his famous lecture "Wonderland nnd the Islands of tlie Pacific" on tho 27th of this month. It is said that by his vivid descriptive powers ho can picture most minutely tho wonders and tho beauties of tho great Southern ocoan. By his eloquence and wit ho is said also to bold his nudienceH spell bound. His success na a lecturer is fully known nnd highly appreciated. The ndmicsion will only be 25c. Mrs. A. II. Icico and Misses Altio nnd Bessie Mnrksbury are visiting at Mr. Mock's in Boyle county. Mrs. Bet-ti- e Landrail, is visiting hor sister, Mrs. John Baughman, at Richmond. Mifs Jennie Shumate, of Danville, is visiting her uncle, Mr. John Higginbotham. Mrs. Mattie l Frisbie is the guest of Mrs. W. 0. Prico, of Danville Mr. Sam Totton has returned from a visit to his aistor at Burgin. Mr. Will Lusk, of White's Stalion, baa been visiting relatives hero. Mr. John Moran, of London, was here Sunday. Mr. Charles W. Fr.B-bi- e leaves for Clevoland, to remain a week, thence to Colorado to re main 10 montbB. Mra. Blanche Sweeney left Sunday for Louiayllle to visit rela- Bnd Hich-mond house John M. Logan has bought tho datiL-litu- Tfrenty huifsrs and cows and 1 yoke of oxen at tho Beszley Bros', for sale. Crabtree it Collins. Foa Sai.kok Kxciiasuk. No. 1 good jack in fine sbapo. Call on or address W. L MoCarty, Kingsville, Ky. 4t David B., ':00j, sold in New York Friday for Sl.,075. Ho was tho property of Hichnrd Curtip, of Lexington T. O. Ypoger, of Boyle, has bought I2suddle r.oraea nt 7." to $150 and will take them to Indianapolis to eel). L. A. Soper sold his crop of 4,858 bushels of bluegrass seed, at ItOc tier IiuhIihI. .lIlvr.l -- lri- k'..nt..MH,. -- Fred 1'. Bishop Is the first to e.dver tiw a j ick this season in this paper. Ho Hh,s the services of his fine, John K. in another column James Logan eold his fine bluegrnss farm of 210 acres, near Logana, Jeeea- mine county, to Charles Spillman, of Garrard, for f 12,000 cash. Nelson Morris & Co , bought in Har din county SS export cattle, 1,453 tol,-80- 0 lbs. at I cts and 425 of 1,200 to 1,400 pounds at 3 05 to .1.90 News. KdCorrigan, master of Hawthorne, lias declared off tho $25,000 Derby for this year. There were 274 entries but no payments had been made. -- 000 ImleHof good timothy hay for sale. Will deliver on the cars in Crab Orchard at 00c per 100 lbs. Seed oats and corn aUo for sale. John Buchanan. Jones A Lynn sold to M. S. Baugh- 111011 12 cattle at 30 and n larin vnkn nf oxen for$70.50, to J. S. Bosley a small yoko for 140 and some calves to J. E. Bruce at $7 75. Stuaykdok Stolen. A 2 yeur old roan steer weighing about 800 pounds. Lult my farm Fob. 21 or 2o. Letter "S" branded on left hip. Liberal reward W. II Johnson, Stanford, Ky. John U. t arris will trnin Charles Whittemoro'fl string at South Natick, Macs., this year, and lies already gone to that place to getthingi in readiness. He took Victor Mazzono with him. A Missouri farmer figured it out ono rainy day that ho had walked 300 mliea in cultivating ono acre of corn. He thereupon sold his farm nnd moved to a town, where hu walked 000 to find a job. Cholera is playing havoc with hogs in tho Turnersviile pection. Messrs. Sa.nuel Bishop and L. B. Nunnelly have each l.)3tn dozeti or more while a milliner of their neighbors have suffered like-- They aretalkiitg of raising the ealoon llcens" at Harrodaburg toSl,000. The Albany Banking Company, with n capital of 1 20.000 will open March 5th. Mormou elders who have been op erating around Jellico, Tenn., were noti fied to leave. Wm. Bites, a native of Waye county, Ky., was hung by a mob in Fentrets count', Tenn. M. J. Weaver has been appointed postmaster at Marydell, Laurel county vice J. J. Weaver. Dnring this pwt ypar 400 perEons were nrrntgned before the police court of Somerset and the total amount of tints imposed was 12,912.21. Win. Harper and John r arris, Capey county moonshiners, caught it in tlie U. S. court at Louiavillo lust week to the extent of S1C0 fine and GO duys each. es-ra. Vincent Boring and W. B. Catching, of London, buvu nearly all the mail routes in Eastern Kentucky, and will let them to the lowest bidder. Hi Henry's Minstrels brought down the house at llarrodaburg. At least tho gallery gave away and came nearcreating a panic and great loss of life, but both were averted. Gov? Bradley baa oflered a reward of $250 each for tho members of the Wayne county mob who took from jail at Fountain Martin on February 15 and lynched him. -- While Ed Duncan and T. B. Mills of Boyle county, were slacking n barrel of lime, a dynamite cartridge, secreted in if, explodod with terrific splatteration. Duncan's eyes were seriously injured. Morgan Smith, whoshot and killed Joe McElroy, at Uu68ull Springs three weeks ago, has been captured nt Gains-borTenn., and brought back to Kentucky for trial. He waa indicted by the Uti9ell county grand jury nnd held without bail. In JcPHftiniiir) county Albert Jobn-6o- n and Webb West got into n discussion ai to which wbh correct "A historian" or "An historiau," It waxed hot and wee brought to a cloe by West breakinr; -M- IT IS OUR AIM 7 J.&S&S .fflttf &: sy & bUJ, run,r ?2M-- .st.: ""- twm iM3r lVi" ..ra. i aM a ' - r"i M A rsi I ( 1 To W G-iv- e CIT. vrTWJf Made as well as Merchant Tailor Garments and Fit better than the Average. We carry the Nobbiest line of OiVWTWCL "l Jf, 5' the Best Value, Fit and and Style in f tmj 1' 71 9) Neckwear, Shirts and flats in the State. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky. Mon-ticel- lo CRAIQ & HOOKER,3 Cash DpucjGjissfcs. We guarantee our READY : MIXED : PAINT o, To be full weight and measure. We give lowest prices on Paint?, Oils and Painter's Supplies'. Get Our Prices Before Buying. You'll find that we will save you money. JAMBg nre 13 prisoners in jail, which has been full all winter, na many us 17 sojourning there. Mrs. who was deaf nnd dumb before, was struck blind Tuesday. Combeat it Baldock sold to W. M. Myers 40 fat hogB ntajc Tribune Fitz-patric- Johnson's noso. Liberty. Ther IIUSTONY1XUE, KY. FEYB. k, The two robbers who killed tho cashier of a bank nt Wichita Falls, Texasi were caught and hung by the infuriated citizens. They laughed nnd joked with the crowd, while the preparations wero being made to shnlllo them off and ono of them kuown aa "The Kid," after sending word to his friends that he was the nerviest man who over faced death, gave tho orders to "Lot her go." They wore obeyed nod the bodies were allowed to hang fcr a day as nn exampleand n warning. The popo has modified the decree ngainBt the Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythiaa and Sons of Temperance, by which Catholics, who became members before the first decree was issued, are allowed to leave their names on the rolls and pay their dues and assessments whenever pecuniary loss or detriment woull follow from complete severance of ties. A West Virginia lawyer honing for notoriety makeH the statement that Peer Bryan is alive and will bo produced at tho right time He also has three wit neaaea who will divulge tho secret ai d" oxpose the mystery in u few days. A St. Bernard dog sold at the Birmingham, England, dog show, for $2,350 Aa has been said by one of old: "A fool and his money is soon parted." What do you say, Capt. Powell? wise. Capitalists are preparing to build a William Moore, n farmer living on hotel at Boston which will have 2,200 tho Armstrong Mill road in Favette rooms and he the largest building of the county, had 40 Bheep killed out of n ilock kind in tho world. of 00, by dogs. Win, Duncnn, of Lo gana, bought for K. J. Curley A Co., 125 Col. Walton, of the Interior Journal barrels of corn, paying $1.25. Jessamine says another man wants to start a paper Journal. in Stanford. Tho genial editor, who has Tim leading 10 sires whose sons a cinch on about all the good things in have produced more than 100 standard the newspaper Ihisiuess in bis town, says speed performers rank as follows: George be wants them all the more the merWilkes, 1,530; Hambletonian, 1,507; rier. Louisville Post. 4S7; Belmont, 459; Electioneer, All last winter Mr Geo. A. Mills, of Lebanon, 3S2; Nutwood, 200; Onwnru, 189; Happy Conn., was badly aflheted with rheumatism At times it was so severe that he could not stand up Medium, IS!); Harold, 100; Alexander's straight, but was drawn over on one side. "I tried Abdallhb, 155. ditlerent remedies without nnding relief," be says, ago a bottle ot Gud Macey, the Versailles horseman, "until about six months Halm. bought using it for Dr. ChnmberUln's l'aln Alter was remarkably successful last year in three days ray rheumatism was gone and has net returned since." giving fast records to horses in liia For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky, m charge. He marked the fastest trot Not to Bo Trilled With. ter by Onward, Beuzetta, 2:00; the fastWill people never learn that 'a cold1' is an acci est by Belmont, Ella Belmont, 2.12V, the dent to DC ureautd and mat when it occurs, treatment thould be promptly applied ? There is no fastest by Lake wood, Silyorlake (2), 2:21V knowing where tfie trouble will end, and while complete recovery Is the rule, tho exceptions are the fastest two, three and terribly frequent and thousands upon thousands by On ward; the fastest two and of fatal Illnesses occur every year, ushered in by a and seemingly truing by King Wilkes, Killona, 2:14, liitle injudicious exposurethere are symptoms. Beyond this count of Simmons, less invauas wno can trace tneir complaints to and tho fastest entire son "colds," which at the time of occurrence gave no Oscar William, 2:12J concern and were therelore seglocted. When Al-rao- Is ofTering great bargains in all kinds of goods. His Spring Stock is now complete and right up to date in style, quality and prices. They are all bought from first hands and as cheap as cash can buy them. Clothing in the various styles and quality for Men, Boys and Children, Woolen Dress Goods, Silks, Satins and Velvets, White Goods and a complete and elegant line of Embroideries and Laces, in fact every thing in Dry Goods to be found in a first class store. In Gents' Furnishing Goods a more elegant and cheaper line can not be found. SHOES. You must see them to appreciate them. Leather ha declined and Shoes are much cheaper. I will save you 50c to Si a pr. I bought my Carpets before the advance and will sell CARPETS. them very cheap Green Coffee 20c, Arbuckles 20c, Sugar get my GROCERIES. before you buy, Rice 5c lb., 3 cans best Tomatoes orTorn 25c. price can of Preserved Peaches for 10c. A S. D. Yowell, Salesman. 3-l- b W. B. McROBEHTS, 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. S. RUPLEY, THEMER6HMT TAILOR Is Receiving his Goods; all Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give him a Call. PMttKKGr AND S1QMM1B3B nt, The Charles Wheeler Emporium. We still exist. A new and elegant line of Ladies Shoes. including 1 i The 20th Century Boot Tailor made Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes at right figures. four-year-o- ld three-year-o- ld to-d- Great Drives in Clothing. ' to-da- y Gazette. Old people who require medicine to regulate For sale at as and 50 the boweli and kldneyi will find the true remedy Uocker, Htanlord Ky. cents per bottle by Craig & in Electric bitten. This medicine does not stimulate and contain! no whliky nor other intoxicant, but acta aa a tonic and an alterative. 1 acta An Irishman on being told by the only on the itomache and bowels, adding itrength and giving Una to tna organs, thereby aiding na- court that he could challenge any of the ture in the performance ol the functtoni. Elec- jury that bad been selected to try his tric Hittera It an excellent appetuer and atdi digestion. Old people find it just exactly what they case, said "I'll fight the little need. Price jnc per bottle at YV. B. McKoberts' 1 eoon-of-a-gun OldPooplo. troubled with a cold use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is prompt and effectual, Cincinnati Fifty per cent. Reduction in Millinery. drugstore, in the corner wid one eye." per cent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all Comforts and Blankets. A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all t 5 cents. Ala-ronand Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save CHAS. WHEELER. Respectfully, money. 25 -- ia ,1,,,,', -- T lfft.. M. ... y "W -- iT' w 4EMI-WEEKL- Y INTERIOR JOURNAL - MARCn Stanford, Kt., !5. 189ft W. P. WALTON. ; If r" M I 9 Vf b Matthew Gogovltch, a waitor in San Another Broadslide of Special Opportunities thrown across your path Francisco, CmI., bulievra he is heir to by our Wonderful "Value-Receivin- g Stock and Satisfaction-Giving- " $500,000 from an Austrian estate, thereW. Va. of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, John Jones, a Butler county farmer, by proving that "all things come to him hung himself in his barn. No cause as- wfio wait " Two daughters of NelBon Collinp, rf signed. A Cassady Company, Mnysvllle, aged IS and 20, both died the TboThorsen bicycle dealers, failed at Chicago for same day, and wero buried in tho same grave. Ono of consumption an the $200,000. boarding bonce other of measles. At Pittsburg, Pa., a Tiik Richmond Register was 30 years keeper seized a baby as security for a At tho sale o( the Shoues' collection of painting in New York lust week, old March 1 and tho Intkhioh Journal board bill. was 25. Ben H. Brown started the one n Roefleau'a "Edge of tho Woods" Bold for Postmaster Gonaral William L. F. J. Campbell the other and both and will make the race for Congress in $25,200, "Sunset" by Diaz for $1S,000 and builded wiser than they knew. It was his district. i on for many others. for others to take hold of them and run John Mnckiti, who ahot and killed announced hia Crisp has them to the successful issue that both candidacy for United States Senator his wife and her mother and eeriously j attempted suipapers have attained and to demonstrate from Georgia. Injured his 'W of the survival of the fittest- Jersey City by cutting the truth J. D. Phipps, sheriff of Morgan coun- cide in the jail at Many and many papers have sprung up ty, waa arrested charged with embez hiB throat with a razor. A Mrs S. J. Rushling, mother of H. feel hiB disgrace keenly, but the dis- in these 25 and 30 years to eke out a pre- zling public funds. Gov. McLauren, of Mississippi, has W. Fuller, G P. A , and of tho wife of patches tell us that ho maintains his carious existence for a season and then Lexington, gives no sign of nn tuck their little toes under the daisies, appointed his brother to the supreme George W. Baruoy, O. T. A smoothe manner and of iho O. A O , died last week and was inward conflict. Vale, gum shoo, mar but the Register and the Interior Jour bench of that State. of their Senator Snerman in a sppeeh at taken to New York for burial. we never look upon your like again. The nal go on in the even tenor way and will llil hearts with gladness Washington, advocated the aurfexation A conference of Alabama populists republicans called a caucus for Saturday ayCarpcts, Mattings and Oil Cloths a Specialty. Sec our line beand comfort long after those who now of Cuba to Mexico. and republicans waa held at Birmingham night, but there were so few present, it A school boy severely cut unotler and it waa virtually ngreedto present a night. In the edit and publish them will have been fore you buy. was postponed till last meantime they scattered their votes to called to their reward. So here's to you, in Louisville when ho made fun of his fusion State ticket, headed by A. T. Leave your order with us for Clothing and Shirts ol all kinds to be Uoodwyu, n populist, for governor. prevent Blackburn's election, and many tiro. Woods and your able assistants. budding luoiiBtache. Let us strive to attain even greater suc- of the assepsment Denver, Col , Thos. Jone, a widAt Tho revised report Made to Order. a little rooster was voted for, whose name and that of U. S. Senator should not be success and when we like Marion Green of Jefferson county shows a total valua ower with five children, fatally nhot Mrr, Annie Muzz, a widow, becauso she re spoken the eamo year. But the republi- lay down our pens for eternal rest, may tion of $123,870,191. A little daughter of Vol Kaufman, fused to marry him and then sent a bulparty, especially in Kentucky, is a we do so as he did with a conscience can party of small men and they will have to void of offense and a consciousness that at Newport, was beheaded by being run let through hia own worthless head. Mrs. Howard Allen, of Knkono, over by an electric car. elect a small bone, if they succeed in we have done our full dutv. wero killed Bnd seven Ind., locked her two little children up at A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, Three men electing stall, unless Jeiry Porter, the A bill boa been introduced in Coninjured in a wreck on tho Southern rail- home and went to the eowing society. suggested by Paducah drummer, who is T; D. RANEY. Manager. gress to extend the jurisdiction of the Ga. The house caught firo while she waa Populist Poor as a solution of the ques- inter-Stat- e parlor way near Bullard's lawo to sleoping and Branch Stores. Thomas Campbell, of Muncie, Ind , away anJ the little ones perished in tho tion, is chosen. Hurrah for Jerry! cars and to reduce the price of berths Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenccburg, Cynthiatu, blew out the gas and retired. His burii flames. TnE executive committee has accepted and seats about 20 per cent. In addition, occurred the following day. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Frankfort, Elizabeth-town- , Louisville Ib to have a new daily paGeorgetown's invitation and the Ken- the bill provides that it shall be unlawful Betancourt, tho Cuban insur- per about March 18 The name is to be Jose Ky., and Mauckport, Ind. tucky Press Association will bold its next for any porter or other servant of the gent leador, has been tried bj "The Dally Now8"and will be published tips meeting there June 24th when the roses sleeping car companies to receive by a concern of which Mr. Brent AIhIih-le- r, and sentenced to death. are in bloom and the strawberries are at from passengers or to make up upper of the Sunday Star, ia the buBlnesa The Virginia legialature has passed their best. Georgetown is the most en- bertha before they are sold. The Pull a bill to prohibit betting at race tracke, of manager. terprising town of its size in the State man Company is fighting the bill, which the most sweeping character. It in said that Hon. Bonrke Cochran, and in addition to its big hearted men, it was the result of the failure of the comEngineer Harvey Adams Bnd a col- the eloquent Tammanylte, has became bo can cope with any other place on earch panies to reduce the price of upper ored fireman were killed in a collision on eaddened since the death of hia wile, when it comes to pretty women, and they berths. A great many people would be the L. & N. near Forrest, Ala. that he contemplates applying to a Jesuit are a source of ioy forever. Here s what glad to see the bill become a law, but it is The new directory of Louisville seminary for admission as a monastic Does Your the widower editor of the Richmond hardly likely that it will since Pullman shows a population of 211,108, an in novitiate. Register, who is a connoisseur, says of is able to use solid arguments with the crease during the year of 3,018. The A. P. A's got in their work in Conone of them and we heartily agree with members of Congress. The Iowa legislature by voting down gress the other day, when by a vote of 03 him: "One of the attractions of GeorgeTax Senate of the United SUtea, after a constitutional amendment resolution to 04 it adopted an amendment to the town io tho editors will be Mies Lila Bell, a Or Varnish ? We Indian appropriation bill tlmt no portion memorable debate, in which our own killed prohibition in that State. the charming daughter of President Bell, Judge Lindsay participated with his usuSecretary Hoke Smith will be a can- of the appropriation should go to Cathowhose editorial assistant she is. Miea al clearness of utterance, adopted a reso- didate for United States Senator in lic schools. Bell has attended all the meetings for a Georgia on a Bound money platform. Tho proposed "Blue and Gray" palution declaring that a war exists benumbor of years and is known to all the In that line and wc fully warrant our goods. The Raines excise biil, containing a rade, which had beon arranged to tak.e tween Spain and tho government probrethren of the quill as an extremely rigid Sunday closing feature, is said to place at New York July 4 next, and claimed by the people of Cuba; that the bright and lovable young lady and an New which has been bo widely dlscneeed by We want your prescription work, too, and guarantee quality, accuUnited States should maintain a strict be sure of passage through the ornament to the profession." True very racy and price. York Senate. the press and people of the country, ia neutrality between the two sides, actrue. The only wonder to us ia that cording to Three of a family of eight are dead off as it should be. each and all the rights of belefsome fellow hasn't stolen Editor Bell's A very remarkable mroting is being ligerents, and that tho friendly offices of and the remainder dying from the right bower and made her his own Her fects of coal gas which filled their home held in Atlanta, Ga nt the Church of United States government shall be own hardnees of heart must be tho Bole the Faith, colored, by about 100 negroes offered to Spain for the recognition of neiir Chicago. explanation. For the first time in many moons, They believe, and are making prepara of Cuba. Spain may the independence ImSTRWdEasit may appear Lexington not desire the friendly offices of this the treasury statement shows an excess tion; to aecend into tho cloudBon March of receipts over expenditure for tho 0, and be taken to heaven. has not adopted the standard time yet. country, but if she wanta to act ugly John O. Tarsney, who has represent The question has been agitated time and we can show her p. d. q. how quickly month of February of$127,SI0. Frank Alverson, of Fayette, Ind., ed the 5th Missouri dlntrict in Congreen e clock is under we can wrest Cuba from her grasp. ngain, but the dufell headforemost into the sinro 1SS0, had Ida seat taken from him In the line of Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, WindoivJShadcs, Glass, the direction of the hayseed magistrates, ring a fit and his eyes were burned out- and uiven to a republican by a vote of Thk Covington Commonwealth wants who refuse to permit it to bo changed, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and CaBh Porter, of London, O., shot and 104 to 112, the net being so outrageous because "God Almighty's time is good to know why we opposo Blackburn after Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danvilu: and see enough for them." The custom house mppo rting Hardin. Simply because he fatally wounded hia father in a fight that IS decent repuhlictnB voted ngainut clock is kept at standard time and the has repudiated democratic principles and which grew out ot a quarrel over a set- it. Tho Chicago pporta oflVr four to church clocks seem to have adopted a stands with both feet on the populist tlement. A South Carolina mob lynched a ne- ono Bgainst Carlisle and Whitney, Avh to medium between that and sun timo of the platform. Hardin, as governor, could clock, so there are three or have had no more to do with the solu- gro when thoy found he was the fathi r one against Morrison, seven to ono four distinct times in the Bluo Grass Cap- tion of the currency question than the of the child shortly to be delivered by a against Olnoy and eight to one agRinst Next door to Farmers National Hank, Main Street, and examine one Cleveland while Claude Mattliowa Ib a ital and clocks are striking all the time. hog lina to determine which days shall white girl. Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central KenCoakley, of Anderson, Ind , 15 to one shot. McKinley is the favorite of the Thomas The Woman's club has taken up the be holidays, so we swallowed him in the tucky. matter and appointed a committee of its i tterest of democracy and good govern smoked a cigarette aftr retiring, The on the republican aide at 2J to 1, Reed S. Senator will have bed clothes caught lire and ho was fatal, 3 to 1, Allison 4 to 1 aud Morton 7 to 1. A U. prettiest members to see each of the ment. The Dayton Coal and Iron Company ' magistrates and make personal appeals a vote on the currency question and for ly burned. At Millsport, Pa., tbreu children of in Rhea county, Tenn , has Bold out to tbey don't change that reason we want to see a democrat for standard time. If who is sound on all the issues elected to Joseph Kleintop, aged two to 12, died tn Peter Donaldson and Thomas Neil Moc matters, all hope is gone. five hours of diphtheria and were buried kinnan, of Scotland. Tho sale is suppossucceed Blackburn. Mb. Lkwib D. SAMrsou has charge of ed to be made to escape liability in damin one coflin. Judges Fibld and Toney have decided Mrs. Solomon McOauley, of Har- age auits likely to result from tho territhe newly established Kentucky bureau that Louisville's new mayor can not re- rison county, after an unsuccessful at- ble disaster which happened there sever of the Cincinnati Oommercial-GazettSeeding time is nowjright at handjjwejhavc a large stock of Covington, and he move the members of the boards of pub- tempt to hang herself, took a fhtal dote al weeks ago, in which 35 people lost with headquarters in their lives. making It one of the most attractive lic works and safety without cause and of Paris green. is Things look decidedly warlike in Two men have beon placed in jail at features of that best of newspapers. Mr. the motions for permanent injunctions Sampson went to the Qaeen City from were sustained. The matter will be tak- Henderson on tho charge of extorting Spain. The action of the U. S- Senate Barbourville, where he ran a paper for en to the court of appeals at an early money from Dick GraVes by banging caused violent demonstrations Sunday. The American! consulate at Barcelona Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. Wc handle some time and was special correspondent date, and wo trust affirmed for many him to a rafter. During the Jeasons, including the one that it will Fowler, Ind., Freeman Pickett, a was attacked with stones by a mob. In nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine At of the Interior Journal. Prices all right. The season is getting two years that he has been there his ad- retain in office our friend and fellow la- saloon keeper, kicked Frank Ducharme Madrid a mob of students and others our stock before buying. vancement has boen rapid till now he borer in the cause of boneat government, to death because he refused to pay hia paraded the streets crying "Down with short and we are offering special inducements to close out a nice; line the Yankees," "Down with tho United of Buggies and Surreys. has one of the most responsible positions, Editor Daniel E. O'Snllivan, of the Crit- bill of 80 cents. James Bagwell, a desperate charac- States." The authorities did what thoy which ho is filling with credit to the ic, who is making an excellent official. ter, abot and killed John Butler and could to suppress the rabble, but thu acpaper and to the delight of friends, who W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. Gov. Bradley, as expected, vetoed the Harry Bibb, two respectable men, at a tions of the government are quite warfor him a brilliant career in his predict bill giving sheriffs, who had failed to quallike. Orders have been given for tho enchosen profession. dance near Henderson. ify, until March 15 to do bo. He puts his BIG LINE OF Princess Troubelzakoy will BJon pub- listment of 25,000 soldiers and the equipcan objection on the grounds of its unconstiTns Barbourville Experiment lish another b tory, the plot of which is ment for immediate service of every change its name now. From its present tutionality, but his real reason is, doubt-lealaid in America, Australia and England. available warship. appearance it seems to be no longer that a democrat would get back a The princess waa Amelia Rivea Ohanler. President Cleveland returned tint what its name implies, but a real success. very fat job. The jury in the Lane case for the bill, which authorizes the governor and The Queen City of the mountains can Tub Louisville Times is publishing killing of the Rodenbaugbs at Versailles local officers of Arlzoua to lease the edand ought to support a good paper and had not agreed at adjournment Saturday ucational lands ofjtho territory for school Editor Hudson ia giviag them an oppor- pictures of the shop girls, many of whom are more beautiful and attractive, as well and Bald tbey would never do bo, but purposes because it did not give the sectunity to do BO. as infinitely more deserving, than their Judge Cantrill held them over until yes- retary of the Interior power to disapAll Kinds and at Lowest Prices. prove the leases and did not throw propChicago Bports, who are making more favored sisters in this world's terday. Tub Heavy rainstorms have done much er safeguards about the timber on the booka on presidential noninationB, mako goods. damage at pointB in the East. The burst- land, but the House passed it over the sport of Gov. Bradley's aspirations by On the ballot for U. 8. Senator yester. ing of a dam at Bristol, Conn., caused veto 193 to 38, 122 more than the requibetting 100 to 1 against him. We have Call and see them. All the in the Windy day, 33 of the faithfnl voted for Hunten the greatest flood ever known there, the site constitutional wired our representative City to cover all such bets, satisfied that who had fled in disgrace, while 30 votes lossea being estimated at more than republicans and 32 democrats voted for were scattered. Blackburn got 01. the bill. 1100,000. they are good even if wo don't win. jay-hawk- er It la all over with Hunter and Kentucky will be Bpared the disgrace of auch a character to represent her in the U. S. Senate. In hia effort to blow hot and cold, to ba all things to all men, for freo silver and for sound money, he tripped himself up and waB forced to retire from the fibt and fly to Washington to hide hia shame. Senator Landes, who had been supporting him right along, came into possesion of the original of the free silver pledge that the Louisville Times said several weeks ago he had made in writing, and after springing it on him in oint ballot, declined to vote further for him. It waa liko a clap of thunder from a clear sky, but most of his minions and satellites stood by him through the ballot. Subsequently Hunter explained that he had given the pledge in order to secure the support of the two populist members and that really there waa nothing in it. In fact he declared that as direct as was the free silver utterance, it was in reality a declaration for sound money. He couldn't poke this down the throats even of his blind followerp, how-ev- r, and when he saw it was all over, he threw up his tail and gAvo up the ghoet' If he has any self respect at all he must At Blue Earth City, Minn., Morltz With the treasury empty and school their mon- Firky, a wealthy citizen, murdered hie flesh, Hon. John D. White, of Manches- teachers and others crying for ter, bus announced his candidacy for ey, the Senato has passed a bill to appro- wife and then committed suicide. They had quarreled a fow hours before. delegate to the National convention from priate $400 to buy buttons for Leo Panttr, postmaster at Rocky the 11th district and in the London Echo in soldiers. Did anybody ever hear of pnso a Mount, N. C while hunting struck his states his position. Ho is of the impres- euch silliness? Now let tho body sion that McKinloy is the choico of the bill appropriating money to buy "but- dog with the butt of his gun. Tho weamajority in thu State, but believes it tons" for tho members to tako and all pon was discharged nntl Panter was killed. would be unwise to instruct for him or will be forgivon. The Southern Mutual Investment any other man. Ho wants no Delphic NEWSY NOTES. Co., at Lexington, has been declared a oracle utterances on the money question, lottery and denied the mails along with but a clear, conciao platform of princi Northern Dakota is covered by snow h11 papers that publish its advertiseples. He would raise the revenues of a foot deep. That periodical thorn in the republican -c THE Guiding the Star. the government by duties on foreign imports, regulated so as to give tho greatest protection to American industries, and is for abolishing the entire rovenue svstem so that the traffic would bo divorced from partnership with the government. He gives no sign that ho knows there is any such thing as a Bradley boom for president and takes occasion to give his ancient enemy, It. D. Hill, of Williamsburg, a slap in tho face. The crested may not go to the convention, will raise a row as usual in the but he republican camp and to that extent he is very useful to the democratic party. Woman suffrHCO was dofeated in the Iowa Senate )9 to 4 1. Adairvillo will vote on tho local op tion question, March 30th. An inmate of the Soldier's Home at Xenia, O , fell dead in a theatre. Five men wero killed and six injurby a boiler explosion at Frauktort, ed ments The supremo court of Ohio affirmed the death sentonco against Win. Paul, the prominent Brownsville attorney . convicted of the murder of his fnther-in-law- Let Low Prices be the Guiding Star that leads all wise buyers to LOUISVILLE STORE 1 Dress Goods, Fancy Goods and Notions. kkkk kkkk Wil-Bo- er father-in-la- fr-- m i Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Boots, Hats and Caps. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAITFOJEUD, E., 1 court-marti- Goods, - Best Lowest Prices. House Need Paint, Paper, HAVE EVERYTHING NEEDFUL PENNY'S DRUG STORE. The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House court-hous- fire-pla- ce - A. E. GIBBONS, court-bous- e "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST." LOOK HERE I o, - Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c. B. Z. WIABEN. . H -- s, PLOW GEAR, HA RNESS, SADDLERY, &c. rrxriisriisro $- two-third- s. flows, FARRIS & HARDIN. t, Ii . X Al-, -' -- , f- U J...jjj . x J ohmi-Week- ly Interior Journal Makcii 3, 1890 Stanford. Kv., SrscTACLKS, satisfaction or Craig & Hocker, cash druggists. E. C. Walton, Business Manager WKRre (iu)ornrily without a watch repairer, but during his absence your repmr work will be nnt to tbo city, tbor (Highly and accurately done and returned to you without any extra charge. Pen" ny's Drug nntl Jewelry Store. PERSONA! POINTS. G. Holland, of Jullico, waa here Friday. Mrs. W. E. Ulackiiubs, of Nelson, la visiting Mrn. M. U. Saniley. Miss Urshik Moxtciomkiiy left Friday to visit friendu in Knoxvillo. Oait. and Mhb. H. N. ""ollkii return ed yesterday from a visit to (irenstiurp. Mil. Lkwis Hmhkll In Btlll very ill and fearearo entertained that ho will not Mil. V. Mm. J nunc Oahtih, postmaster nt More-laniiHabetsti very sick with pneumonia d, 11 for a week. Miea Mattik Mattinolv 'eturned Sat unlay from u pleasant vielt to relntivea in Lexington. Mb. W. D. Koihnbon, of Hubble, went up to Middlesboro Sunday to help in his ?; i brother's atom. 'Mhb. J. U. Kino and Miss Kate King, of Grab Orchard, spent Beveral ilaya with Mrs. Dr. J. U. Owsley. l.KiK Comr, who used to live here, has been seriously ill, hut is improving, says tbo Liberty Tribuno. Miss Uhli.k Hoot has arrived from Atlanta and taken her poaition in the I), und I). Institute at Danville. MtHDAMEsHAMUiL U. Km) and I'MuIe Drye, of llustonville, visited their brothHalley, lst week. er, Mr. J. MihHKH Doha and Minnik Stjiaimi and Allie Hendricks have none to Iiulaville to enter tbo millinery bushier. Mil. J. A. Hammmond, our Hubble correBpondent, went to Louisville yeater-dato replenish hla stock of ttoods. Mna. W. H. Millkii entertained MIpr. rs Cook, Held, Wilmington, Kout and Wray at an elegant tea Saturday night. Mw. John II Kihiiy, who underwent a revere surgical operation at the Joaepli Price Hospital list week, Is getting along finely. Haiuiv Oiovannoli, the scintillating genius of the Danville Advocate, was on yesterday's train en route to Pittsburg to do loiuo work for Sunday's Courier-Journa- l. 1 y F. D. Spotowood, editor of tho Hai-rodab- urg Democrat, hs returned from a three weeks' Btay at Spencer, I ml., where ho went for the benefit of his health, which waa greatly improved. Mips Mollis Uurdktt, of tho Louis, villo Training School, ia at Mrs. A. D. Hoot's. She is a highly accomplished lady and Is hero for the purpose of getting a kindergarten school and wo trust will bo successful. Mn. Jamkh I). Martin, who has been clerk of the Huron circuit court ninco the time whereof the memory of man runneth not to the contrary, making tho beat in tbo State, has our thankafora which ii remittance and a compliment we highly appreciate. Mh. J. Nxvin Gaiitkr has gone to Somerset to watch after Karker k Cooper's distillery, as storekeeper and gauger. H. Bright Ferrill, who luej been thero for Bovoral months, will look after the interests at Carter & Shelton's distillery near Units Gap. gov-emine- Dudley Scott, o( Mn. whom Col.Thomna P. Hill has mado a good lawyer, loft yesterday to permanently locate in Islington for tho practice of his profession. lib has made many friends during bin stay here and all unite in wisbii g him a brilliant career at the bar. Tun little daughter of Mrs. Richard Norwood, (NnuuerlM Campbell) of Lex ington, Iibb been handicapped for life by somebody writing n poem about her. It is published in tho local papers and we would print it but for tho fact that wo have adhered to tho rulo of the child's who started this paper, to charge f 1 a line for original poetry. grand-father, CITY AND VICINITY. Si'xctaclis fitted by Danks. m m m Men's clothing from ?J to f 15 a ouit at Shanks'. Plow gear of all kinds at Warren & Shanks'. "White Beed oata for sale. J. U. Baugh. man A Co. Skb WitberB for prices on wall paper pat on the wall. SAMi'LKlot at lliggins & saddles atwholeflalo prices, McKinnoy's. i i New black Crepona, Mohair figures, Raratinea and Walea Berges. Soveranco & Son. Eaus. Barred Plymouth Rocka and White Leghorn, 75 cents per setting. H. J. McRoberts. T - GiiAia & Hockbb, cash druggists, sell tbo best truss on tho market and guar- antee satisfaction. " H. 0. Rulky is receiving a very handsome line of Spring suitings. Call in and get first pick. ty, design and price to suit' any one's or tastes. HAMiiunas at Shanks'. WldthB, quali- pocket-boo- k Plows. If you are not supplied with firstclsps Oliver Chilled plow, read J. t K. VanArsdale's "ad." and call on him They Never Disappoint. A trial is TAKRyour watch and clock repairs to for pi Ices. No plow stands higher in the Closing out stock. Getting ready for all I ask. Danks'. Two men constantly at work at estimation of tho farmer than tho Oliver spring goods. Buy bargains from Danks. Chilled. the bench. All work warranted. ... I Fhisii supply of Ziegle''s shoes, the matrImonialmatters. And Bogus Repairs. beat on tho market, at W. LI. Shanks'.0 The latest thing in hats can now be Thomas Smith, of Pine Grove, shot found at Shanks'. Soft and still hats in VAXA RSI) Cottaob with threo rooms, opposite. great hlniBelf because his wife paid $50 for a variety at tbo correct prices. Carpenter House, for rent. P. P. drees. At Marion, 0., a jury gavo pretty Rkmkmiiuh wo have on hand at all times the very best of Jullico nud Laurel Ida reuK ijo uauing aaainst Hugh V. Just received several car loads of good boxing which I oiler cheap for cash. A. coals. Give us a call. J. H. Baughmnn Smith, who stole a kiss from her. Samuel Gilpin and Mrs. Amanda & Co. C. Slue. M.Woods, a handsome widow of 21, Wk must insist on those indebted to Zikolkii Bhoea aio stylish, comfortable, were married at G H. Gilpin's Friday. us settling at once, hh wo are anxious to durable. A new lino juat received at TfioniHB King, of Springfield, Mo , closo our business and must do it. Shanks'. shot and seriously wounded his 10 year Hughes & Tate. old daughter when she told him she was Landiiktii's garden seeds in bulk and A cot.D snap followed the balmy spell, going to marry. paper. Best in the world. W. H, McThe oldest married couple in the but yesterday was bright, cleHr and modRoberts. erating. Fair, stationary temperature State doubtless are tho grand parents of Coal sold for cush or exchanged for all Tuesday, said the weather dispatch. the editor of tha Harrodaburg Sayings We have just received a full line of "the old reliable" Oliver Chillkinds of grain ami feed. J. II. Baugh-ma- n That paper says that they are Mr. and ed Plows and Repairs. Also the Bucher & Gibbs Imperial Steel and The Young Ladies' Missionary Society Mrs J. D. Marimon, who reside & Co. in met at tho College Saturday afternoon, have been one llesb for 08 Chilled Plows and Spike Tooth Harrows. Full line of Hames, ColNew York heed potatoes, onion seta, when Miss Mary Cowen read a paper on years paBt. Mr. Marimon is in his 93rd lars, Chains, Single Trees, Double Trees, &c. and garden eeeds of hII kinds in bulk and Armenia, which was greatly compli- year, yet his mind is as bright as it was packages. Warren & Shanks. mented. 20 years ago. His estimable wife is four Lost. Umbrella marked "Mrs. W. B. Biiabs Buttons. Constable Thomas years his junior. McRoberts," at missionary meeting Fri- Jellerson Benedict has every appearnuce CHURCH AFFAIRS. day afternoon. Please return. of an officer of the law now. He has reii The corner stone of a Christian An rntion is called to the advertise- cently stepped into a brand new blue ment of Mr. 11. F. Hilleumeyer, the most suit with braes buttons and he looks just etiurch at Waddy was laid Saturday with too utterly too too. appropriate ceremonies. reliable fruit man in the business. The Midway Clipper t ays that Rev. "Set Down John." Mr. John Waddle I HAVKJuat received a fine line of fresh A.S. Moffett is thero from Lexington, If you get to our house in the next two weeks. We proprose to candies in both French and plain goods. writes us that while ho was giving in his Mo , to testify in n will case. Come in and try some. John H. Meier. testimony at a holiness meeting nt Neal's Rev. J. T. Newsotn will preach at make the welkin ring with Low Prices. We are determined to come Creek Sunday night, "tho devil rare up Logan's Creek church next Faturday to the end. Now is the time for all cash buyers. Mh. G. W. Caiixll is sorter used to in Jim (rabtreu and made him say: 'Set that sorter thing, as this is the Oth, but dowi , John; wo heard null of you.'" night, Sunday morning and Sunday night. still he was crowing yesterday ovrr the Mr. H nddle says this created a great Father Superior Bergmeyer died cf unco and came near raising a big arrival of n 12 pound girl at his house. bullet wounds received at the hands of row and udds that "Crabtree has surely Roiikiit Hl'nt, who lives on the Crab handed himself over to a reprobacy of an employe of the Catholic mission at Santa Barbara, Cal Orchard pike, was thrown by a horso mind to bolieve a lie and be damned." Friday and badly hurt about tbo head. T. C. Davis, of Madison, aged 75, has for yearn read tho whole Bible through He war rendered unconscious for nenrly Improving. Frank Ellis is gettinir an hour. along finely and is not going to die by a three times annually and by Feb. 23 What do you want ? If its Shoes, Clothing, Dress Goods, White completed his first reading for this Tubus will be work in the first and long sight. He is a member of the order had Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Bed Comforts, Lace Curtains, Hosiery, year. second degrees in the Knights of Pythias of Maccabees and they havo seen that The Rev. Howard Carpenter, who Gloves, or whatever it is lodge hero Thursday night and visitors ho has had proper attention, while his resigned the pastorate of the Baptist will be present from Lancaster and Dan- faithful wife has done all iu her power church at Paducab, is running an oppofor him. ville lodges. sition meeting every Sunday at tho Mr. Kllis desires us to correct the stateNew Dihtillkhy. Jamts H. Carter ment in our last issue that he had shot house in that city. and Thomas L. Shelton began making several people, becidrs Rowsey, Murphy The Baptist church wbh crowded whisky at their new distillery near HhIIb and Blackerty. Ho says these are Sunday night to hear Rev. Yohannon. And it goes, for vve are determined to wind up this business. Come the Gap yesterday. They will make about only three that he ever shot and claims of Persia, who speaks eight diflerent and see for yourself. 30 gallons a day. languages. Ills countrymen who profess that ho was forced to do that. the Christian religion really have to Madame Jaiilky'h Wax Works are Oiiicuit coukt bus been barren of in- "bear the cross and will wear the crown.' iihortly to bo exhibited by the young Ln teresting items so far, nothing of impor- On one occasion, he said, a preacher and diea' Missionary Society of the Presby- tance being transacted. The case 00 other Christians were beheaded in a terian church and preparations have al- of George Downoy vs. F. M. Yowoll, for church where they were worshipping the ready begun for It. an alleged breach of contract, occupied only true and living God, and this inTuiEvia got into T. G. Davison's hen most of Friday and Saturday and result- stance was only recited as illustrative of house Saturday night nnd stole a dozen ed in a verdict of S250 for Downey on tho trials of the Christians thero. Of hens and a fine Manacha rooster. The his claim for 11,000. The case grew out the customs of his people, he said there staple was pulled and tho lock was also of the renting of some land, the plaintiff was one in obedience to which tho woshowing that he was not permitted to men when they get married wear a taken by the scamps. . plant the crop after preparing for it, all handkerchief over their mouths for 10 E. R. Clipton haa posted notices stat-th- of which was denied by the defendant. years, preventing them saying a word he will make application next MonTho grand jury investigated the shoot- Gentlemen in the congregation seemed day for druggist' license with tho privil- ing of tho Wardner children at Moreland desirouB of having that custom adopted ege of selling spirituous, vinious and and found there was nothing in the in this country. malt liquors at Kingsville. charge that others than the littlo boy Mr. Tyler, late democratic nomnro were responsible for it. Dii. Gukiiiiant, who used to be a physfor lieutent governor, announces his w ixt Win. Huff Harris was drunk when he ician and surgeon before he entered the into court to testify in a case yes- - willingness to go to work in defense of TI ' sTj ministry, pays ho doesn't believe thero is came tho principles of his party against the asany such diseaso as appendicitis and a day and Judge Sauiley sent him to jiil saults of the free silverites. That is great many other people are of tho same for contempt. After sobering up, be or- well. Nothing less was expected of bo impression. It Is only in the last few dered him to be brought into court and good a democrat as Tyler. Buckner bae on his refusal to testify, fined him 30 years that it was ever heard of. and sent him back to jail till he pays or already volunteered in the same cause. The Cumberland river steamboat men replevies the amount or works it out ou Now let us hear from the other eound money leaders. Oarlise, Lindsay and will likely prohibit J. W. Perrin, tho big the streets. Hugh Jacobs and H. P. Baugh were the rest of them will be expected to sowing machine man, from riding on their vessels. Threo weeks ago while tried yesterday for shooting at Zich come to the front. Courier-Journa- l. Representatives Berry and McCrea-r- y No Fancy Prices. This tells the story about our brand new line of he waa on tho Crescent, it went to tho Padgett, when a pretty salty caeo wbb aro endeavoring to bao the improveagainst them. bottom and a few days since the Paul made out Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing. If yor are hard tofiit we can Bangh got out by theskiu of his teeth, ment of tho.Kentucky riyor placed unHufiered the same fate, on which he was fit you. Call and see. der the contrart Pjstem. a passenger. In both cases the freight but Jacobs caught it to the exteut of IS was paved and Mr. Perrin escaped with months in tho pen. NKW ADYEBTISKMENTN. John Murphy, who shot Kills last his -- 50 pounds. Wednesday, is still in jail. His attorney, Ai'ilitician who wants to see Lin- Hon. John W. Yerkes, was here yesterSPRING, 1896. coln county redeemed fiom republican day and got tho case continued till next misrule, saya he favors a system of di- court. An effort will be made to reduce Blue-Grass viding the cilices among the four pre- his bail, if the wounded man continues cincts so as to give two to each. For in- to improve. All limli of Fiult and Ornamental Treei, stance, ho would give this the judge and The case was continued for two rea- fehrubi, Small Fruit, Aiparagui, Grapo Vino, attorney, the Hustonville theshoriiTand sons, because Mr. Yerkes couldn't be Sc. No agents. Huy direct aod lave money. Strawberry and central catalogues on appllcatiun county clerk ami so on, so that every- here Friday and to await the result of to H. K. HIU.KN.MEYKK, Telephone s;j, Lexington, Ky. i body would besatisfiod. Ellis' injuries. Wit. Si'iiATT. At the request of sever Fillrd with shot. In the knobs back al citizens of the Goshen section William of Moreland Thursday George Harrod Spratt was arrested and placed in jail Sat filled ON IMTROVED FARMS the face and breast of Ben Costi-ga- n unlay afternoon and it was tho intention with bird shot and then fired a pisof Sheriff to tako him back to tol at him, the ball striking him In the In Lincoln county, Kj,at6 the Lexington Asylum Sunday. JnBt forehead and glancing did littlo damage. nual interest; no commission percent., semi-acharged. Address before starting with bim, however, a half A surgeon was called and found that 100 GEO. W. DAVY. Room 17, Kenyon Huilding, Louisville, Ky. For blank applications and furdozen ol his neighbors came in and asked shot had found lodgment in Ooatigau. ther Information, inquire olJ.N. Saunders, AtAnd Prices as Low as Any One Can Make Them. r torney, Stanlord, Ky. that he be released. In the absence of Harrod lied and Saturday night was tho county judge, Judge Saufley permitfound by a negro near Lexington writhted them to take him back home. Mr. ing in aconv from a pistol shot in his tipratt was tried in Juno last and ordered body. He took him to tho city where be Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. The above fine black jack with gray points will to tho asylum. Ho came back in a month y was examined and his case pronounced make the season ot l8g6 at my place, the old or so, but was never entirely restored to hopeless. In broken accents and beHelm farm, oa the Stanford and Shelby City pike, at his right mind. He is off on religion and tween shrieks of pain, he told how be $7 to Insure a Oolt 4 Months Old. ineieta th.it ho is aSon of the living had shot Costigan, who bad attempted to Is a bands high God. John daughter and had spleodla K. is 4 years old, 15 breed till you and him. ruin his individual. Don't ste He was foaled and raised by J K. Hobrah for Bro. Grinstead I The oth- walked all the way to Lexington. Ho Hustonville. He has proven himself Ilaughman, of to be a splener day he was passing along the etreet told a Leader reporter that he shot him- did breeder of large colts, as several of his get at will show. when he accidentally heard a merchant self because ho thought that he had been Mr. liaughman'aCare taken to Mares kept at prevent accidents, rates say If some poople would pay more and pursued from the city and was about to but not responsible should any occur. I'RED P. BISHOP, Stanford. Ky. pray less their chances for Heaven would be caught. "They were after rno," Bald bo bettor. That night the good brother he, "and I knew they'd kill mo when DON'T FORGET THAT took that for a text and lectured bis con- they caught me, so thought I'd kill mygregation on tho Biblical command "Owe self." A little while later, when asked THE FAVORITE MILLS, no man anything," in a way that showed if he wanted any message sent home, he that he too had but littlo opinion of those said: "Yes, write to Georgia Ann, she's AT McKINNKV, KY., who profesaessanctification and yet re- all I've cot. and tell her I shot myself to Have just been overhauled and repaired from bot fuse or negIectto pay thnir honest debts. save trouble." Costigan is not seriously tom to top by the famous Richmond City Mil Works, of Richmond, Ind , and with capacity If all the minsters would preach on the hurt and it is said will soon bo out. Uotu now Increased, aro doing mora and better wort the before, subject of debt paying at least once a men came to this county from Franklin than ever aa headand with you old reliableofD. V. are sure miller, Kennedy good lie suie us Flour and fair perhaps we would not have so county and are tobacco raisers. The your grinding treatment, buying calland bring old year, Guaranteed to give Satisfaction or no sale. and when for our many professed Christians trying to neighbors seem to know very little about and wall established brands. Favorite Patent, Ladies' Favorite and Uakers' Choice. sneak out of the payment of honest obli- them. BATES & SON, Successor to K, L. Tinner & Favorite Milling Co. gations. Give it to 'em Bro. Grinstead. Later. Harrod died Sunday night. no salo. y. DaNKS fits Bpoctnrlrs, Conn, oats and clover hay, delivered any place in town. Higgins A McKin-ne- o Genuine Oliver Plows. Beware of Imitations J. K. Alls, Stanford, Ky. Nun-nolle- y. I Har-rodsbur- ... m W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. You Are Lucky This Stock Shall be Closed Regardless of Results. v dis-tu- rl r op-o- ra WE HAVE IT.- ... HUGHES & TATE. m New Clothing! I at ... jlrjQsu New Styles, New Prices. No Old Goods, No Old Styles. !l r n SEVERANCE & SON. Nurseries. Spring Suits! H. J. McROBERTS. MONEY To LOAN n New-lan- Beautiful Patterns, Latest Styles. JOHN K. Her-ve- HOUSE - KEEPER'S k FRIENDS ! 1 The Improved Favorite Washing Machine and the Favorite Churn. SOLD ON TIME. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. - i - - JjSi. .uiii V- - Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr BILL NYE, Published Evory Tuesday and Friday AT rgs Yicvit i:n" vx vajstok Reduction In Prices ! ratty. Ii a candidate for Ccngress in this, the Eighth District, tubject to the action of the Democratic iirJ. S. OWSLEY, JR., A. S. PRICE) Surgeon Dentist, per HUMORIST. Career of the Greatest American Funmaker. STRUGGLES IN EARLY LIFE. His Work For the Press and on the Platform. Distinctive Featnrn of Ills Humor Tito -- When not so paid 32.60 will be charged." K. G. LOCAL TIME CARD. t Train leave Stanford i 4 '30 p. m. 7:15 a. m., cturnlng L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. .. . 3T jUl j&b jcTaB3Ei?( Since adopting the Cash Systkm I am enabled to Rkuucb Pricks on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal Roofing, Bricklayer & Stonecutter Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, F.tc. I carry a Stanford, Kontucky. full tock of every thing found in a first class Lumber Yard, and by work In Guarantees selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have lir. Prices First Class Has had every pilcu reasonable. ij years' expe ever been ofiered here. 91 3m rlcnct. Stanford, Ky. Office over McRoberts' Drug OTfffffi Stars in the Owsley llulldlni; TO THE IiADIEB 1 no. M sratn Rome ttortn " No, 6. no. 15, aoutn ' No. a, u ix 313am pm ajp m A. O. SINE, Stanford, Ky. BUY THE OLD RELIABLE, In chargspamt shop. J.W.COOK, J W McOlMNIS, In charg trimming shop. New goods of the Inte.l styles jut received. Call In and see (he largast and best asterlvd line ever brought to Stanford. Prices as low as the lowest. Elegant lint Linens and Embroidery Material. MISS L1CCIK ItEAZLEY, Stanford, Kv iijpm 04 THOMAS Y. SHAW, IJANVILI.H, KY., QUEEN & CRESCENT. THE F, RILEY D. R1L.BY, HOUSE Kontucky. Train past Junction City ai follow! : No, t South .......11 37 a m No 1 North ...3.(6 " " 3 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no hor than Junction City, nor on Sunday. 5 Notk. Noi, 9 " la o 9.060 " m 840pm 4 ''10 o " " p m ...1.46 pm ...6 00 J.is an fur The Vulcan Chilled Plow. Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Builder and Dealer in All Kinds of Carriages. Repairing a Specialty. Work dene and warrant ed to give satisfaction All work dune when mourned. All accounts due when work delivered. Your patronage solicited. 00 1 Proprlotor, London. - - Lmllcrnua Caricatures of McDougall Services For tlm American I'reas Amo elation 111 Natural ."Modesty A raise Accusation Ills Family. Tho loss of 1)111 Nye, tlio ninn who for years mndo n great nation lnugh, will bo felt in millions of homos. To nlno out of ton men tho nows of his death drought n sonso of personal loss. Ho had mndo thorn smllo whon thoy had boon despondont. Who could bo ungrateful for such a service? It is of llttlo uso to speculate- on the - Ground Right. I have moved to ray nsw Hotel and ara belter ever to Brepartd thanattached accommodate lh public and every convenience Uive cis a call. ,, FRANK K1I.EY. P C ROYAL WSttJI 1 We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, don't keep it. SPKINt. AND SUMMER. Something to Beautify tho Ladies. Daily openinitig New Mats, flowers and lacrsl We giv the assurance to the trade that they wil me eiclulven is find in our rs'ahllihmrnt the n style of patterns, hats and N.nurts and all the leading novelties in Millinery for which we are known throughout the country. .t I havo secured n trimmer for the season. Thanking you lor past favors, we nspect-fullsolicit your patronage heretofore so literally m! D. DUDDKKAR' b.st8ed. KATt. DUliDKKAK, MannK". firit-ilay Splendid Farm For Sale Or Exchange. Con mm MUM POWDER A cream der. OnpiLo two miles East of lluitonville. tains 140 Acres of Fine Jand, W. H. WEAKEN & CO. AkP pow" J9ssw w. s. btjucb:, Attorney at Law,! Absolutely Puro.i of tartar baking Highest of all in leavening Latest United States strength. Government Food Report. UNDERTAKING tall) I,. If..P 111 '.1K "jj -- Stanford, TI1K - 1 Kentucky, RANCH MAN, Well Improved ami in an excelled neighborhood Land lies well Will eirhange for a smaller or a cheaper puce in thU or any kod county in tho Mate or would take a clean slock ofgrucrries and hardware in part payment In some live town, or will sell for pari cash, balance in five gears' time or longer If desired. Per further psrticulars call on or address, 1. D. KKNNKDY. ft) im Muslonvllte, Ky. BY- Otficeon l.ancaier Street, oppovitc the Court House Collections receive especial attention. IS im. w. b. PEirinr, -- llfSTLINO INSt Jskl - i M. W. JOEITSOIT, 1 WiSsWsfir-VssrssssP p 1 T r " T WlaJaT oXo ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 "Wall Street, Now York. OT. Practical Trimmer, SmToalmor : T. : STTTTOIT. T UNDERTAKER, HUSTONVILLE, KENTUCKY. Offers hii services o tho poplo of West Lincoln and Casey Counties. Full stock of Collins and Caskets always on hand. 95 D.S. Carpenter, Manager. ffff y And Funeral Director. Also carry a nice line ot Harness, Saddles, Hridles, Huggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Whips, &c. Stanford, Ky. opposite Court House Sqi-ire- , Room THE BLUE-GRAS- S Whoreprevenls th Old KeliaMe Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Detroit Mich, can : write you all the most favorable plans ot leiur ance. Hca.ortpreent the old reliable Central on .Nfain Street, Opposite the tile. Ky , and will Olucs Tobacco Warehouse of ' he glad to have a liberal share ot yiwr patronage. be ipady to coaler all the ivora that can bo Will given by any warehouse. Literal cash advance mtnts madon consignments, bath In the ware1 will be at Maiiford every house and country court day. Paitirs wanting hogsheads, prizes or .. ......Proprietors of.. .... money should address me at Paint Lnk, Ky. fo 6tn Prompt attention guaranteed. Ocntlst, Stanford, : Ky. Post-OSi- c 1 GEO. B. COOPER, Livery nnd Feed Stable, STANKOIID, KY. Havine boucht of P l Orcen his Livery business and addeil nw buckles end bursct , ws ate ( repared to furniih FIRST-CLASS HKRD OK edgau w. jrrn. Duehr.eVd extent of Nyo'B fnnie. Ho was known whorovor tho English latiKimgo Is sixjkou and in somo plnceri whoro it is not. 1)111 Xyc, tiio humorist, Is rathor an ohl story. To Rum It nil up ami dismiss It shortly, ho was tho greatest funmakor that America has over seen. Hut Kdgar Wilson Li tM 'J tT Xyo, tlio man, was known to comparatively fow. TJioso who formed their opinions of him from hearsay wero mistaken often. Keep you eye on the Page Fence See Huff Dudderar.J. L. Dswson.J. II Bright, R.Cobb, Thoro was u good deal of tlio real man Ed Carter, B. Chancellor and others who hive us- about him. Tho public thought of him ed It. G. A PEYTON. Btanfcrd. Ky. only m wearing tho jester's cap nnd bellw, Agent for Lincoln County. 95,3m and from osporionco with other goniusos wore ready to beliovo him cnpablo of nil CALL ON., sorts of cccontrio freaks and to ho an personality. But thoro woro very fow occcntrioltles about Xyo. Ho was a gonial, whole souletl, honct, democratic STANFORD, KY., sort of a man, who only differed from othMail for only 55 Cents. ers of his kind in that ho could always soo Pocket Key Checks by For Baggage and Key Checks, Metal Checks of tlio humorous sldo of a tiling and had a all kinds. Badges, Doj License Checks, Key Kings, Chains, c. Stamping on Metal and gen- penchant for expressing his fun in n way eral repairing. Shop over M. I). Elmote's store, that was irresistible to those with any S6 Stanford, Ky. sonso of humor. Most of 1)111 Nye's readers think they know very llttlo about what his real life had been, but as a matter of fact they havo read a sort of running history of all his J F. BARKER, Proprietor, goings nnd comings nnd of many of tho incidents which relieved tho monotony of - oxlstonco for him. Tho ndvonturos nnd happenings which ho wrote about nnd Rates TWO DOLLARS Por Dav. which most people thought had tholr Large Remodeled and refurnished throughout. only in his Imagination woro based Commodious Sample Rooms. and Halls and office connected by Electric Bells. largely on facts. Of course ho added quaint exaggeration in tho tolling, but tho Prompt and polite service to guests. 47 foundations of his funny tales wero actual M, S. BaOGHMAN. Perhaps tho very fact that J. W. lUUGHMAh. occurrences. lio wroto with such frankness misled his selected from tne bent of tins famous breed of mint In several different splendid lot ot pigs of ditwetit a'ri States. A for sale, bred sows a sjeoaltv. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited Address My Breeders 'vere RED HOGS. herjs W. W. Withers, ! "I'zIjj- K. H. UKOrtAUH., Kr. Crab Orthard, i ! F. G. BRADY, BARKER HOUSE, Somerset, Kentucky. 11 It. ir Ceiaerce vrm Take, for Instance, tho story that ho onco wroto for an Interviewer who wanted soma biographical facts about tho groat SAWE humorist. It began as follows: "Edgar Wilson Jfyo wns born in ilnlno in 1850, Aug. 25, but at 2 years of ago ho took ills parents by the hand, nnd telling them thnt Piscataquis county was no pinco for them ho boldly struck out for St. Croix county, Wis., whero tlio hardy young pioneer soon mndo for his pnronts a homo." us a call. Nothing oil It ys n(H-- Itvi'ty l I turnouts will leave our stable. See us There is just ns much trutli about this tor rates. In our as you would expect if it had not boon given n humorous turn. Ho was born in BLACKSMITH SHOP. Maine, nnd ills parents did romovo to Wiswork and satlsfactor consin whon ho wns 3 yonrs old. Will ?u.srantoi His description of tlio town whoro ho duces Ti) our hor shoer. was born is accurate enough and paints A G. Laohar. tho place as truly as if It had been a seriJohn D, CsiUeinat. ous attempt. Ho says of it: ''My birthplnco consisted of n small hamlet called Shlrloy, Me., now n station on tiio Dangor nnd Moosohoud railroad, but nt that time a happy nnd peaceful neighborhood clustering about n red bnw mill in tho midst of a rich belt of white blroh nnd gum arahlo trees. Vtiw would Jinvo selected this ns n birthplnco perhaps, but I linvo never had cause to regret it." Tho AiN Xyo period that elapsed from tho ttmo &C B was old enough to remember until ho MANAGERS, loft tho paternal farm and struck out for himself ho has said llttlo about In any of Building, Louiuvillf, his writings. Doubtloi--s thoro was u rea- proprietors M.S.&J.W.Baughman, renders. I.IVERY, FEED & STABLE, Kontucky. Stanford, rtt-rU- ts first-ela- n leseranee Company OF JLIVERPOOI.. ASTLEM ARBEE Agouti throughout the South a. TEIBBLE. ...To the Iiooal A&ont, STANFORD, KY. rortland. San Francisco. l' P .......Via The f7P?FZ-r.Zr- ' NYK AT THE AGES OF TWENTY AND TWENTY-NIN- E. l0UICrlltttw'"' a Dining Car Route From I Eleeant Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers of Modern Pattern. For maps or any information, address ritANKJ.REID.) or (f K.H.BACON' D. P. ,A . G. P. Agent, Chicago. I Louisville Be sure to call for TO CHXCGO. Mooon Route. Denver. St Paul. son for this and probably n good one. Per haps it wan rathor a hard sort of a llfo on tho now Wisconsin farm, nnd without' doubt Edgnr Wilson had to tnko his shnro ' of tbo rough knocks and tho hard work. Parhnps ho chorlshed n fooling that his lot , might havo beon lightened n llttlo, but If bo did ho never expressed it. Ho haa been frunk enough about tho other periods In his llfo when Ills prospocts wore oven gloomier than whon ho was on tho farm. Thcso conditions wero of his own making, howovor, nnd when ho wroto of them ho hurt no one's feelings but his own. Ha ban told how ho studied law and uiado a falluro of It, and of his schooltoach- - 1 ters for thr vi 1 s 'kchiimi 1 hi iva Imw (jf inurso I coulti thu necis..irv pouigt hao lorrowiU tli m"my, Imt I lind and ptlll have n foollsii liorn'r of iKirrowlng money I did not mind running an nc count, but I hated to borrow." UN apiHiInimentiisi .tmaftor followed, anil hit letter of r '?! it ton to tho jkM tnastvr gi'tiernl, in hli:h lm told thntolll olal that ho would lind the key under the o mntmitKidts tho front door, is mio of tlio mii'-- t uniiiuo documents of tho many thnt nro trivvsured In Wtislilngtou. .N.vo wmto a book about his oxporienocs ns oxlitor of Tlio li(xniier:tug. Ho started tho paper in I Ijiramlo anil nnmed it after a m' niulo. Ho got hardly enough out of it to keep him from starving, but discerning fdltors clipiMHl out tho witticisms with which tho xhetit nnd spruttl his fame fat nnd wide. Sicn ho began to get offers from editors of big papers in various cities, but ho tdendlly refused to At last there ilvo up Tho IJoomenmg canio ono from tho New York World. Tho 1 editor offered him 3150 a wivk Thls hoeined t Xyo like an offer for him to go into a mint and help himself. Ono hundred and fifty dollars nweokl Why, ho had hardly had that much money ail at ono time In liis llfo. Still lio hesitated. Ho j times. had not conlltionco in anil might Nyo had much time on his hands and havo refused had not himelf porMiadod he Imoii n weOKiyu:ter totnoneyennoMin, 1... Tftiin A ro..L..rin ..,,. wrote i,n for which ho var pah nt tho rato of f I a ,lg,g (Mtor f Tlll, w,tf,, un.i column. In ono of his humorous nutobl- ,.r jMll to ,.,, ft l of sketches ye s;.ys that tho sum sIot.. MlUl c(K,k,(riil In HkliiK of It froni his nepaK;r work nniount- - Iirwnrit ,, llls u1mM) K,.t Mm lo ,,; cd to nearly ?C0 n yeur and h, dvvarfed Jils , Kw Yrk nntl become n regular from his law praetlco that lio do-- 1 ,)or ()f Tll0 WlirW stwff. jjb Wll4 afrMj,i of cidod to Utko up newspaper work and np- 1.1,, ,,i,.. ir ti,,.i.r ti, i.i- - i.r.,.w.i.- plied for nchnneoontho LnramioSentlnol. I hmUilV ;vuh, ,10t ,M, lll,r0(.1,tw imr, ami 'lho editor of this paper wns glad to get tin j tJlllt Ilu uollIll lu,u ,,s u,cl wll) thl oven it no was inoxperienceu, rural. I convinced hliu that tlm metroiKt and Xyo wns installod. lis was mndu up of oountry iKirn men, ami It wns in Tho Sentinel that Nyo'squnlnt llmt 0111 i.nili'.t twiffkiit I11I f,lftj.,u tiii'ikil humor flrsp showed lf .and ho was soon tho Slm,n of Uuk fomicl. lho I111111 of tho editor In chief, "'lho salary was small, j iJ00 Illu, , hWOBt linyiiiovv but tlio Intltudo wns groat, and I was per- - uli ml tl(kyri, It Wlllj talUUtft, tJl. whl)lmuum mlttetl to writo anything that I thought lluit tl)(iro wus n Bn-- lt tIo!ll f Ilu. would pioaso tho people, whuthur it w.m news or not. jv iiiiu oj 1 uiiu un tiurjr in mo iiidi roiwus uiai neeotihontou w heart by my patient poverty nnd my do' come nt nil, and oen then ho pitched his lightful parsimony with regard to facts. tent down 011 Stolen Island, whero ho could With u heotio imagination ami an order on romp with ills children and kimp a cow." a restaurant which advertised in tho paNyo gradually gained ounlldonco in hlin-solper I scarcely cared through tho livelong but iio never grew to liko tlio city. day whether sciiool kept or not." Even after ho had boon for years on tlio "Whon I first commenced humorous lecture platform and hail visited almost writing nt Laramie," lio onco wroto, "tho every city and town In tho land ho had his town was qulto dead. It was also quite homo in tho country, where ho could wear deadly. Larnmlu was ono of tlioso towns old clothes when lio clio.--o to, and where that nro always about to bo blessed. Some- there woro neighbors who woro glad to body discovered u rich mine out thoro. A know him nnd chat with him. His setcity of 2,000 inhabitants sprang up liko n tling on n farm near Aslievlllo, N. C, wns mushroom. Tlio mine proved a failure; not a mere whim. In tho llrst place, lio boom collnpsed; everything fell flat; every- thought it wns better for tho health of his body who could get away loft town. children, and, in tlio next place, lio liked it I had n weokly newspaper on my hands himself. Ihtshks this, his fanning experiand had to stay. A queer lot of people ments, although a falluro In an agriculturstold with mo. Thoro wero Mexicans, In- al sense, furnished him with a never falling dians, half breeds and cowboys. Vory fow supply of material for Ills regular articles of thorn could rend and had no uso for a and for his features. Ho mndo i nowspnpor nny way except for gun wadding. nttompt to make farming pay, too, in the Tiio only man in Laramiu who bad much regular way, but it wi.i n failure. At to do was tlio coroner. Ho was behind IiIf each falluro, however, ho laughed, and tho orders most of tlio time. Tho comotory world laughed with iiiiu. That wns tho great feature wns about tlio only growing thing in about Nye's humor. Ho seldom made fun nt tho expense of any ono else. Ho himself town." Outside of tlio exaggeration this is a wns tho butt of most of ills jokes. Tho faithful story of Nyo's llfo in Larnmio in fact that lio never protested against tho tho early days of tho town. Ho became ludicrous caricatures which AloDougnll mndo of him to lllitatrnto his own articles popular, however, wiMi t'"- - mired population. Nobody could help liking Nyo. proves that ho had not tho least spark of They mndo him a justice of tho peaai. vanity in his mtiko up. Nyo never cared There was no salary attached to tho oflioo, much about his personal appearance. Ho but nn occasional feo helped out Ills meager woro clothes simply to cover him, ho said, stipend ns n writer on Tho Sentinel. Even and it was true. On tho looturo platform Nyo, with nil his bubbling humor, could ll0 sometimes piosontoil a ludicrous up writo of that poriod always in n humorous pcarnnco In his ill luting nttlro, but no novor appeared to reallzo it. It Is said that vein. Hero Is an Instance: Nyo used "It was ronliy pnthotio to soo tho poor Airs. McDougnllto protest somotimos against pictures, but sho could tbo llttlo nilsernblo booth whoro I sat and novor got her husband to havo thorn waited with numb fingers for business, changed. Ho regarded thorn on a sort of for while I was callod Judgo Nye nnd fretrademark. quently mentioned lu tho papers with groat consideration I was out of coal half (cpSCLUDBD NBXT IBaUB.) the tlmoand onco could not majl my. lot- 1 n brl-itlt- lng experlonco, and millions of renders havo laughed nt what they probably considered liis quaint inventions. Hut thoro was more of truth than fiction in it nil. Ho did drag out a weary oxlitcnco for several months In tiio law ofllco of Jenkins & Tonkins at Chlptewn FniU, Wis., making n dosjiornto attempt to remember somoof tho dry passages in tlio dusty volumes of Kent and Hlackstono that woro put at his disposal. It was probably u bitter oxpori-cnewhen ho had to givo it up ami admit thnt ho could never become a lawyer, as his father had wished. Yet when ho oamo to writo about it ho says about Uiomi dreary books: "I could read tho samo passage today thnt I rend yoatordny, and it would heem as bright and fresh at tho second reading as it did nt tho first. On tho following day I could road it again, nnd it would ecem just as now nnd mysterious as it did on tho preceding days." His first experience as a nowspnpor writer in Laramie, Wy., whither ho lind drift-- 1 cd from Wisconsin, wero far from picas-ant, yet about thorn ho lias written homo of his brightest articles. It was n long tlino beforo iio dUcovorcd tiint lio could writo humorously. Ho U'lievcd it only after ho hud been told thousands of VZj: ! I Wholesale and Retail) Dealer in TURNOUTS s iasjsi ITT " tTTr--B'- J Tr'lm v. Furniture, Undertaking Goods, Carpets and Tall On short notice. The traveling puVlK will find us alivays ready and wlllitif 10 lurnith Urum-mer- s' agoas, either iHle or datibi. er Cam-ageof a I kinds at very LOW PRICKS. The boys in and aruuml town will also rind im the pee-pito ileal wilh. Stop with ut when in townal courts and entertainments and your (terse sad vs. hide wiU La well cared for O. II, COOPKR Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky S; e Paper. Coal, Coal, Coal. Remember we arc the csctusive agects for the celebrated Falls Branch Jellico Coal, V.i I SH,rl( Nj i. ir rcs&ssi Also that it will be to the Interest of vfrbdy to call and sec our clean Dumcsllr Nul Coal. Prices the very lowest. We pay the cash at the mines, therefore arc able lo sell at the itwest price. Come and see .11 Good Coal makes red ashes, no cinders. NOW. A-- K)N. Fanners Bank&Triist Co Or STANTORD, KY., Ii now full jorisnued and ready (or business witb Paid up Capital of Surplus, . $200,000. UO.OOO. This Elegant Chair for only $2.75 Store Opposite St. Asaph Hotel. gr.i 1I pprsun-ogruphica- metn-rcturn- s .. STANFORD FEMALE WILLIAM : COLLEGE. KY. President. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL IJANK OK STANFORD, Now closing up) with the same aiieU and undsi ins samo management. By provisions of its chatter, depositors are ai fully protected as ate depositors in National Banks, its sharchotdsra being held individual!) haolc to the estcnt of the amount of then slock therein at the par value thereol, lo addition 10 tbe amount invested in such shares, ll may act as eascutor. administrator, trustee, Ac, as fully si an individual. To those who entrusted their hulslnrss 10 ns while mnaginK" the Lincoln National Hank ol Stanford, we w here lender our many thanks and trust Ihey will continue to transact their businea: with us, oiferins as a guarantee far prompt tlr-tio- n lo same, our twenty years eapenouce is banking and as liberal accommodations as arc with sound banking, cos-uslt- nt STANKOKD. SHKLTON, J It-u- J. Williams, Ml. Vernon; . II. Shanks, btanford; ntMarTnu.f I MRS NAN.VIKS SAUKLKY, Lady Principal. Miss Kmma L Martin, Pcsiding Teacher in the Siudr Hall; uo Miss Mary Cowcn, Princtpsl ol the Music Department; Miss Mary P. Harris. Principal of the Departments ol Art and Llocutlon. f, Next Session will Begin Wednesday, January 22. For terms, fix, send Tor Circular College. or call J.'S.iOwsley, Stanford; S J. Ktnbry, Stanford; J. 11, Owsley, Stanford; J.JK Cash, Stanford! William Gooch, Stanlordj A. W. Carpenter, Milledgevilla, W.'II, Cummins, Preachers ills S. H.'.Shanlts, President, Dr.tJ.'U. Owsley, Cashier, W M.llrighl, Teller. at th FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP STANFORD, KY. D. S. CAEIFEITTEB., OFHUSTONVILLK. Will carry a full line ol genuine Oliver Chilled Din.... .. . til..... 1.11. . . dlWI . tin mu .! v..il..- fn .V.A t IUWI dll..1 ivi ..... Gale and other leading tannine Implements. The Walter A. Wood Mower and Reaper Machines, Cultivators of the best quality, best Doggie for the money, Phaetons, burreys and Carnages of : l . !.. IJUCJIllUa otsiit (,(, tlJIVS, lilt) IHIlCta. .....llama wmu fnnAlas) tml Inlail ainlai 'I he belt grade of light bunny... harness and tho I.H4.I ..A F fa.l-- tl. sneapcr graucs. vuuars, 1. . immi:, unuie iur iim purposes, breeching and s'rap work of all kind Kurniture of all descriptions, trunks, bigs, traveling telescopes, horse blankets, buggy rugs, stove Attention or the public is invited to tho far that this is the only National Rank in SianlorJ Under the provisions of the National Baak are secured not only by the capita) itock, but bv the stockholders' liability lor an amount equal to the stock, ao that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of iioo.uoo. rive sworn statements of thecondition of the biuk are made each yearto the United States government and Its nil nl ..turn Iim Itljtfu. by governmentassets are examined at stated limes An. I tu fiv.itr. Xir agents, thus securing addititoaa your attsntiou and irspectlon and piomue to deal and perfect safety to depositors. justly and act honorably with you In all transac This institution, originally established as the wuiii iuiiiicic, Deposit Hank of btanford In 1858, then tions, woou SCI. im liiatmuillii to sell on very reasonable terms, and Illacksmllh lied as the National Hank ol Stanford in tS6e and in town; only one again Shop for unt In best location as the First National Rank smith. bUnlord in iS8j, has had practically nn uninter-ol D. S. CARPENTER. 80 tf rupted existence of 11 years. It is better supplied Hustouvllle, Ky. now with lac lilies for transacUus; business ly and liberally than ever before in Ir. -- pioinpl - .no honorable career. Accounts of corporations: fiduciaries, firms and Individuals respectfully solic- 1 C.l m Capital Stock Surplus....- - 8100,000 - 23,700 FOR SALE EXCHANGE Houieand Lot in Crab Orchard, Ky, Five rooms and kitchen, cellar, flower pit, stable nnu other outbuildings, all in llrst class repair; a well of never felling water all kinds of fruit trees and small Iruits. Lot contains about one aero. Will nil cheap or exchange for small farm in a good neighborhood The place is rented for 189 to Mr. Hugh tfeargent, who will show the place to any one who desires to look at It. For lurther Information address J. H. STEPHENS, aoi N. Limestone St., Lexington, Ky. P S. Centrally located. XT. J court davs Chas. kunslui, Tauctr. IFi CO for cash or trade tor I LEiD. Stanford or atIn my home at I will take all the hides 1 can gel leather on in Otten-Bci- Tha Directory ol this Dank is composed ol Forestus Reid, Lincoln county; S. T. Harris, Lincoln; J. II. Collier, Lincoln; J. W. Hayden, Stanford; S. II. Baughman.i Lincoln; J. S. Hockar, Stanford; W. A.Trlbblo.SUuford; M. D. Elmore, Stanford; T. P. Hill, Stanford, K. L. Tanner, McKlnney; M. I. Mllltr M. tr- u- ' ' T J. 8. Hocker, Presldtut; Jno. J. McRobcits, Cashier; A A. McKlnney, Ant. CajhU