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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 sem1896031301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XXV. CHURCHAFFAIRS. Kluhtoun converts o( the revival nt theChriatinn church t Greenup had their Bins washed away iu tin Ohio river LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. 1 ' STANFORD. KY.. FRIDAY. MARCH 13. 1896. ' Sunday. Homo Mlsnion' The I'reBuyterian ineetinK at New York, over which Vrri-deCleveland presided, raised JO.OM (or tlio work. Nov. A. J. IUnutey, who Ima for Ij years been p!or of tho Haiftiit church In I'uris, hna resigned to accept a church at Nashville. Kkv. T. J. McI.ntvur died in Shelby county, where he hatt circuit, Kd GU. He wnaonoe preaidlnj; older of tlio district. -- On March tho pope will be 86 yearn old. Ho has been priest RS yeurs, bishop 6'J years, archblahop 60 years, and supremo pontill' 17 years. The llaltimore conference of tho Methodist Church South, will hold lis U'Jth annual secslon at Itonnoke, Va. Iiiohop Hargrove will preside Eld Win. Movers' ruvival at thu Christian church, Oreonup, lias resulted At one in CO additions to last account titno there was a grandfather, father and bou of tho name family at tho altar. Pastor Koseburi:, of Central City, W. Va., who was fined for taking a drink of whisky while in a funeral procession, has brought unit ngiinot the town for 10,000. Ho said he took the drink for health's sake. JudgoScott Has waited on by the preachers at Xscuolaaville and nsked to adjourn court every day at 11, eo that everybody could go to church, hut the judft" is an hotient man, and didn't want to draw pay and not work, so he declined the request. Hov. Georgo IV Tauhman devoted his Sunday morning sermon to the action of tho city authorities in reducing tho Hq nor license from f 100 to $73 and scored it Into men who seek popularity with a certain clans by forming a partnership with thu devil. Tim Hev. Culpepper, who Is holding n meeting nt Xichohuville, is raid to be even plainer spoken than .Sam Joues, the man he imitates. In one of his discourses the other day, he referred to the mixing of thu races In Kentucky in this waj; "It is a very common thing for a wnlto man of himself walking to see n along the streets in coon .kin binding " -- The Christian church at Georgetown didn't like the way Pastor L. H. Stine did and raid things and demanded his Last Sunday, says tho resignation. in bv previous announcement Times, bandbillr, ho preached a scorcher and closed by saying "tho congregation was unworthy of him and his wife. What tno congregation needed was h wooden preacher with a speaking apparatus inside, moved by an electrical current, and let tho elders press tho button." All hopo of an adjustment of diilerencea is past and tho pastor will have to go. The trouble seems to have originated in the local option election. nt 11 Mid-dlesb- oro pocket-editio- n LAW MAKING AT FRANKFORT. Two democrats have died since the legislature began to sit, but the republicans are true to the claim that thoy nov er die nor resign. A lunatic escaped from tho asylum at Lexington and went to gathering eggs for Gov. Bradley, presumably for him to throw at the legislature. Tho charge against Dr. James Is riding on a railroad pass and that against Dr. Walton of holding an oillcct Incompatible with that of 8enator. Gov. Bradley has appointed Dr. B F. Taylor, a colored physician of Louisville, to be third assistant at Lakeland Asylum nnd have charge of the colored ward. Brer Grlder oflered a resolution to pay the preachers who had been praying for the body f 300. As tho prayers seem to have done no good, there seems to be nothing to pay for. Gov. Bradley has refused to approve tho account for printing 2.500 dockets for tho court of appeals. Hesaya that only The statute 500 ought to bo printed. reads "shall print uot less than 500." Bronaton said he didn't want to apeak to any d- -n republican and Tut Burnam told him to "Go to hell." At last accounts Bronstou was in the Senate, which seemB next to the place he waa told to go. 'M Tho gold reserve is now il20,507,'.M2. Flamea licked up f 140,000 worth of whisky in a distillery at Cincinnati. Ham Davenport, of DuRanaville, Mercer county, waa found dead in bed. . Four men were killed and one injured by the explosion of a locomotive at Gum Run, Pa. In hia speech on the Cuban question, Senator Hoger Q. Milkmaid: "1 am In favor of the United States taklnK ol Cuba and.Btopping tho butchery of Cuban people. We are almost at that point now." Foraker, Bushnell, Groavenor and delgates-aMargto Hauna wero selected convention by the Ohio the St. Louis republican convention. Protection was money rauded in tho platform, a sound was Inserted and McKlnley waa plank indorsed. poa-eeBsi- e so attractive in her frank geniality, Mlsa HUSTONYILLE. -- Khler Georgo Gowen's subject will Maudo toMnaonno dainty in her petlto C. O. VanArsdale, of tho Roller Mr. wmsomenessjand the Misses IJurneideso be "Stumbling HlockB" next Sunday. Mills, is putting in a now engine and charming in their rare beauty form a new machinery. Tho Kapfint society will meet this group to which all Stanford should show other evening with Mra. James Pumphrey on Mr. II. F. McKlnley, of Moroland, la homage. working on a bicycle which ho contemDanville street. There sre 10 prisoners confined in plates running with a miniature hot air MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. engine. our jail awaiting trial. Kight of the 10 Dr. and Mrs O P. Herndon, of Dinwiddle Bros , Georgo Hnd Billlo, are hcciisoiI of larceny. passed the 50th anniversary cf are doing n big bnsinefta jduce thoy J. M. To Id, a prominent farmer of their wedding March 2. moved. They will a'dil a large line of this county, was fined j2A and costs in Oharloy Adams, aged 10, and Miss hardware soon. the police court for violating tho local Maggie Nailor, 21, wero married at Mr. Mr. William Williams hai gotten a option laws of thu town. John Nailor'a Wednesday. sufficient number of old soldiers to sign Misses Margaret Porter and Nellie Charles Daugherty and Mies Klien Young, of Louisville, are hero for the to effect the organization of a Daugherty wero joiued hoart aud bend a petition purpose of writing biographical sketches at Mr. Grand Army Port here. A. J. Daughorty's yenterday. Miss Amsjrda Bishop, tho accomof some of Our more prominent citizens. Pryor Adams and Mihs Mallnda plished daughter of Mr. Josiah Bishop, Krnest G Brown is tlio recent recip- Smith, both of McKinney, were married has secured the Spring school at Kinga-vill- e ient of a moHt earnest proposal from some at the court-hous- e Wednesday by Judge and will begin Monday noxt. fair damsel. All the result of the late Davison. Mrs. Jesao Huston, who lives within advertisment of Lancaster's "Merry Charles W. Jenkins, a prominent Bachelors" in tho Stanford I. J. farmer, of Madison, and Miss Mollie a mile of town, has been to Uustonville so A hop was tendered Mr. W. 1 Bell West, of Garrard county, were married only twice during thu last nine years, a person who is in position to know tells man, of Cincinnati, Thursday evening at at the bride's home. the Mbhoii Hotel. A number of our Mrs Judge II. H. Tye, of Williams- us. Jim Goode, who has boon in bau young socisty people were present and burg, denies that she and her husband enjoyed the Terpslcorean art for a num- have separated. Perhaps the story grew health since he attonded the G. A. H. at ber of bourn. out of tho old gag shout having a few Louisville, is now confined to his bed. Even his doctors aro at loss to know -- SherillT. B. Itoblnaon went Wed words and parting. nesday after requisition papers from tho Mrs. Z. T. Young. Jr . acod 17. Bhot what hia trouble is. We can boast of having two of the governor for the return of K'zy Ander-- 1 herself at Morehead Monday night with beet and cheapest hotels in tho State. For aon, a horse thief, who has been in jail at suicidal intent. She and her husband Kokomo, Ind. He will be brought hero Hail separateil a week before. There aro $1 a day the hungry will be fed on the best iu tho land and furnished a bed an I tried daring this term of court. no chances for her recovery. which ia a veritable one of ease. .Miss Anna Williams, of PhiladelThe Laucaslor Cornet Band, undpr W. II. Williams asks us to state that the able management of Mr. John K. phia, whoso profile is oaid to adorn tho tho letting of tho contracts for poles and Stormes, willhav an open recital this dollar of the daddies, ia to be married in telephone wires will be evening at tho Odd Felione Hall. Only a short time. She is fair, fat and forty putting up the at Liberty Monday, 23, county court invited friends otttsido of tho members now, but still a pretty good looking woday. Ci. A. Prewitt, of Liberty, will of the families of the young men in tho man. Mrs. Emma J. Parker, wife of Dr. furnish specifications. band are expected. They intend soon to Larkin Parker, committed suicide by J. P. Harper took a car load of hogs begin their open air concerts in our city shooting horself through the head with a to Cincinnati Thursday. Most of them park. pistol while Btanding iu front of a mirror were bought in this county at SJ to 3Jc. Miss Clyde Hnlfman, Lancaster's at her home in Christian county. No John Dinwiddle sold to D. O. Allen a talented violinist, has been solicited by cause is assigned. She had only been bunch of ehoata at 3n. W. C. Greening Mi Glascock to apslat iu her Delsarte married a year. bought of M. E. Allen a pair of mules for and Elocutionary cntortainmont to he Olive Smith did the lightning change 1100 given March 20th in your city, by render act matrinonially Jamea Hughes, of McKinney, died at Kokomo, Ind., lug one of her most claaalcal productions. Tuesday and now holds the record as an Monday after a few days itlnesa of pneuMiss Hulfman is quite a tine performer artist in that lino. At 2.53 she wont into monia. Up whs 32 years old and leaves upon the violin and Lancaster is justly court and obtained a divorce from Fran a wife and one child Mr. H. was a proud that she can render such needed cis M. Irailer; then she repaired to the splenJid citizen aud had been a member aid to Stanford by loaning her one of our clerk's oiiice and secured a license to cf the Christian church for nearly 20 In st musicians. - Mr. Silas Ashley, oLthts place, lias marrv Joseph X. Tyler, and before the years. waa dry on either the divorce or liMrs. J. W. Uocker is very ill with brought suit against the members of the ink cense, 'Squire Loop was pronouncing tho what her doctors think la grippe. She I'leaannt Grove church. The grievance ceremony that made her Mrs. Tyler. In has been in poor health for a month or with Mr. Ashley is that ho has failed to the divorce her maiden name of Smith more. Bessie Frye, little daughter of receive the amount promised for repairs was restoreJ, giving her the three names Mr. and Mrs. James Frye, is very sick done upon the church. In turn the iu three minutes. with catarrhal fever. Rav. W. L Wilchurch members claim that Mr. Ashley's liams continues in feeble health. work has not proveu satisfactory and OF A LOCAL NATURE. Carl Wheeler has returned to Louisthey don't feel under obligations to pay Bob Jackson, a negro boy, struck a ville to continue his studies at the Hob for what was promised, Howard Harris, a trusted and highly white boy named Gentry ou the head pltal College of Medicine. II. B. Hocker with a fence slab near Richmond, and and TildenCook, of Danville, were up respected colored man of this communithis week. Miss Minnie Dinwiddle went ty, died Monday in Ins i0th year of brain the injuries are considered fatal. Mrs. U. L. Spalding and daughter, to Louisville Tuesday. Jauica W. Allen trouble. His death ia thought to be the result of a blow ho received upon tho Flora, were frightfully burned in Marion is funning with the finny tribe in Casey. Tho meeting at tho Predbyterian head some time ago. Ho waa reared by county, aa the result of the clothing of aud lived for many years in tlie employ of the latter catching tire and her mother's church is creating much interest and great good is being done. Rev. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Uusaell Harris, of this ellorts to subdue the (lames. Chief of Police Helm arrested Mi- Luther, an earnest, forcible speaker, is county, and waa a faithful, industrious chael Furatell at Danville charged with assisting Rev. W. W. Bruce and large servant. To-da- y five of Lancaster's most fasci- grand larceny committed in Washington crowds greet them at both tho morning nating young ladies will swoop down on county. The follow entered a convent and evening services The singing, unStanford in the hopes of capturing some down there to become a monk, but der theleaderahip of Mr. Charles Wheelchanged his mind and became a thief. er, is an enjoyable fsature. There have of the charming young men, eo brilliantA fellow with nothing better to do beon confessions to date. ly advertised by Editor Walton, as candiE. O. W. dates in the matrimonial market. It Is took a poll of the republican court visihard on your correspondent and the tors to London Monday and found 203 for KINGSYIUE. poem that showed tho good qualities of McKlnley, 5 for Heed and Allison 1. A number of them said if Gov. Bradley We who have our garden fairly unthe Garrard bachelors, when these bright damsels leave homo for wider range and was a candidate for tho nomination thoy der headway feel just a little disappointwould be for him first, because of State ed this morning to Bee "the beautiful" eo pistiirrH now. fast covering the ground. Unpretentious Lancaster continual- pride. The following are candidates for delTho elite of Kingsville have organly comes to the front, eitiier from present egate to the republican National conven- ized a social literary club. They hold or past distinction. The prominent St. tion from tho Eighth district. John W. their first meeting at Mrs. J. M. McCar-ty'f- l John Boyle, nominated jorthe U.S. Wednesday evening and it proved owes his lineage to G arrant Yerkes, Danville; J. W. Caperton, Itich-inonE. W. Drotlin, Lawrenceburg; T. quite au interesting event. Especially county ancestors. Hia father sraa the noted Jetomiah Boyle, who married a M. Card well, Harrodsburg; E T. Burnam, was Miss Annie McKee's essay on and the music rendered by Miss daughter of thu Hon. Simeon Auderson, Richmond; W. M. Harrison, Shelhyvillo. be Johnson enjoyed. for years Congressman from this district. Yerkes and Caperton will likely Miss Bottle Creigbton ia visiting Thu childhood home of Mrs. Boyle chosen. Certainly they will if merit and frienda in Stanford. Mra. James Hoy, stands about a mile aud a quarter North ability go for anything in the G. O. P. who has been quite ill for the past week, of this city, now occupied by tho widow CRAB ORCHARD. Is improving. Mrs. Boone Flint, wo are Sutton. Mr. Gus Ilofmann is in Lexington glad to say, is recovering from her recent Miss Addio Burnside has returned from a visit to Mlsa Allle Walker, of on business. Mrs. Kitty King will go to illness. Mrs. Boesio McFarland, we note Kirksville. Charloa Smith ia tho guist Louisville Monday to take items in tho with gladness, is recovering from a long of his sister, Mrs. W. T. Brogle, of Lex- latest Millinery and to buy her stock in and serious illness. Mrs. Fannie Carey ington. Miss Kudoxia Moss la at home thia lino. has returned from a visit to Winchesis at homo from Beaumont College, at The Masonic supper here Saturday ter. Mia, Sopha Martin, who has been in Harrodsburg. Misa Minnie Snodgraes, night waa a success and quite a nico of Kansas, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. amount of money was realized, which Cincinnati for two weeka buying aetock Booth Thompson. Miaa Bottle Ander-so- waa promptly Bent to the Orphans' of millinery goods, spent a few days la reported better and hopes are enHome, one of the noblest institutions of here on her return to Williamsburg. Mr. Joe O. Brooks, tho popular young tertained that she may recover. Misa the ordor. Mra. Brooks and Miss Mollio return- "knight of the grip," drove over from Alice Saddler, of Lower Garrard, lias been visiting Miss Minnie West. John Hack- ed from Harrodsburg Saturday, bringing Stanford Monday to "press" an imporney, of Danville, was a visitor here this Lord Ladys with them, to the regret of tant suit pending in the Kiagsvillo Dr. 11. "court." hia many Harrodsburgadmirors. week. Miss Kate Walker leaves to viait Mra. W. G. Dunlap, of Lexing- G. Redd, of Miles City, Montana, who Speaking of stinginess and the man ton. Misa Mollie Douglass ia visiting waa called home on account of the seriwho declines to give because he wants to frienda in Danville. Mrs. Colson, cf ous illnesa of hia father, arrived TuesMiddlesborc, is visitigg Mra. W. B. Moss, day, Mr. Redd, Sr., is reported much save something for the old woman, Sam who has been quite ill but reported bet better, but not yet out of danger. Mr. Jonea says: "I knew a man of thia kind tor. J. M. Frazler, of Lexington, waa a W. U. King, who has beon failing iu well, and ho hadn't boeu dead and in eoiourner in our city thia week. Mrs. 12. health for tho list year, ia now confined hell three years before another one came W. Walker and Mrs. S. L. Uibba have to hia room and it ia quite a pleasure to along, married the widow and sat on the returned from Louisville. W.T. Brown, him for nis friends to call. Mra. Alice front porch taking life easy. I have told of Lexington, has joined hia wife here, Nowland goes toi Oiuciuuati Friday to my wife that when I died she had my who ia visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. visit relatives on Walnut Hills. Her consent to marry again, but for heaven's John Anderson. J. J. Douglass is ill place at the depot will be filled by Joe. Bake to keep the old devil ofl the front again of rheumatism. MIsaSallia McWhorter has quite a flour- porch." A farmor near Fort Valley, Ga., in The Lancaster "Quintette Clique" ishing school at the Holmes school house. wedding bells will removing a rock that waa in the way of are to be the members of a bouse party Madam Rumor says given by your gay and .nonchalant young ring iu Crab Orchard in the Spring. Dr. his plow unearthed 18,000 in gold and townsman, Mr. Jack Rout. The young Wrn. Dickinson ia op from Stanford on silver and a quantity of greenbacks, tho Mra. Milinda latter in such condition as to be wortladies are Miss Pattie Beaxley so winning professional business. hier, in her sweet simplicity; Miaa Ada Farra Rosa ia oa the eick list. 20-od- d Sen-atorslii- p, d; Tern-pernnn to-da- y Interior Journal IT JCS , i NO. 4 gaW !BIG CATCH! For any one to get one of our TTXT ure they ISP v-' Of Men's, Boys' or Children's CLOTHING. For Fit, Workmanship and Text- Take The Premium. Our Hats, Shirts and Neckwear Always up to date and newest in the market. Satisfaction Guaran- anteed or Money Refunded. J. L. FROHMAN & CO., Danville, Ky E8 J-AMG- e HUSTONYILLE, KY. FMTB Is offering great bargains in all kinds of goods. His Spring Stock is now complete and right up to date in style, quality and prices. They are all bought from first hands and as cheap as cash can buy them. Clothing in the various ttyles and quality for Men, Boys and Chil 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 ha3 declined and Shoes arc much cheaper. I will save you 50c to $1 a pr. I bought my Carpets before the advance and will sell CARPETS. them very cheap. Green Coffee 20c, Arbuckles 20c, Sugar get my GROCERIES. price before you buy, Rice 5c lb., 3 cans best Tomatoes or Corn 25c. can of Preserved Peaches for ioc. A S. D. 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. HOUSE - KEEFEO FRIEND?! The Improved Favorite Washing' Machine and the Favorite Churn. SOLD ON TRIAL Guaranteed to give Satisfaction or no sale. HIGGINS & McKINNEY. -- Does Your-- HOUSE NEED PAINT, PAPER, Or Varnish ? We HAVE EVERYTHING NEEDFUL In that line and we fully warrant our goods. We want your prescription work, too, and guarantee quality, accuracy and price. - PENNY'S DRUG- STORE. CRAIG & HOCKER, Cash Druggists. We guarantee our READY : MIXED : PAINT Buying-- . ; To be full weight and measure. We give lowest prices on Paints, Oils and Painter's Supplies. Get Our Prices Before You'll find that we will save you money. t 41 -! j JaJjiiM Sew-Week- ly interiorJournai AT Both Candidates. fubllebea Evory Tuesday and Friday W JPJ3.K. YJCAB so paid IN" iUJVANCK ITWhen not 83.60 will he charKed.-ss- n Kentucky May Furnish Them. ! GEN. WDLFORD. Carlisle aild W. Jollll O. Bradley. G. Each Would do Credit to his Ticket ii i if m d E. J. ("Lucky") Baldwin ban tho Baldwin hotel at San FranTo Every Kentucky Survivor of "The Lost cisco and tho Santa Auun ranch fur rrotnra Action. Cause." $510,000. "John." said his wife, "on our way William Morris, ouo of tho English ol tho Interior Journal. To the Editor home from church Mr. Smith's dog came very near biting mother. As poets who would liko to have boon lauPohtSiwni.i.y, Falk U.S. Consulate. it was lie frightened her seriously. I reate, recently Hold I'M copies of his lanm) Islands, Jnnuary 10. 1&M. Com think you ought to do something about edition.of Chaucer for tho modest hum railcs: When the war closed tho Ken of $17,000. it." tucky soldier returned home draped in Captain Thatcher of tho Knglich army, "1 will," responded John, promptly, mournful i(lory. Many (lowers from the "I'll sec Smith the first thing in the who was with Jameson, onrnped capture ranks of her contending wings had been morning, and if he doesn't wnnt too by representing himsolf to bo n now.spa-pe- r reporter. cut down. Wo who survived "Th- - Lost much for tho dog I'll buy him." Unv City Chat. Cause" had been denied citizenship. No D.iuiol O'Conuoll'.i nepliow. Sir Man-ricJames O'Connoll, Bart., died recentday during the war was so sml, so dark as A I.twlng dime ly at Killnrney at tho ago of 74. His non that day. Gen. Wolford. without Ho has lost his heart tohor succeeds to tho title. For whose dear hand ho sues. or delay, enme to our defense Oih yet when ho sees her papa como Anil John Drown of Pittsfleld, Mas., who were considered great not great era who Ho still has heart to lose. died tho other day at the ago of Do, was a like Wolford; Kentucky has never Iiail Detroit Tribune. cousin of "O.s!twuttoinio" Johu Drown, but one Wolford; lie was as good a man KASHA' DONE. and an abolitionist himself. than as Gov. Blackburn and greater Pillhbury, tho chess player, cats ono -- cringed, trembled and falter-eItlackbtirn Mnall pinto of meat each day, drinks never so with Wdlford Not m then, nothing but milk, smokes rarely, sloops Braver than all men, more generous, if b to 12 bonis daily and rides it bicvcle. JOHN G. CAULISLB. possible, than brave, he came quickly but Lord Roiobery's forthcoming novel is quietly to our rescue. Opposition vanKSsm wYfv nwaitod with more than ordinary curi,Ar" v ished like trash before tho wind. There osity by povernl prominent Kiiglishmuu, "Honesty is tho best policy in politics. stood tho old man in his noble bearing, al For my part, the last ambition of my life who htipoct that ho has been using a pen dipped in Kttiro. most ulone, bravo and dauntless but cool is to see tho Democratic party, to which 1 ITnliii Dr. Mnry Wnlto-r- . collected, not defiant, not dismayed, have always been attached, retain the poGomez, tho wonderful Unban Insurand DiMton Transcript says that Dr. Tho mormsiTOHS' gent general, is a man of (10, about 5 Mnry Walker visited Amherst college not disheartened His nigged and be- sition which naturally belongs to it in fafeet 7 inches in height, and weighing tho other day. She walked into one of fairly nevolent faco and brilliant eye SALE vor of tho maintenanco of tho public not over 140 pounds. Ho is nlort, cool, the recitation rooms while tho juniors LIVERY, beamed and twinkled with smiles and Jove ciedit at all times and under all circutn- calculating and intropid. STAKLE, were reciting. She approached one of as he extended us bis open band of stances, in favor of maintaining nmoneta Herr Tuxon, tho D.uiinh court paint- the men in the front row and motioned friendship as a free will offering ry system which shall secure to all classes sincere - - Kentucky. er, has received it ixuiiuiicMnii from tho to him to remove the coat and hat that The eye of Kentucky turned in astonished of our citizens - the laborer ns well as the emperor of llurain for n picture of his ho had placed in a vacant chair beside gaze upon Wolford. Those wore times of capitalist -- the be.--t money in the world. marriage, which picturo is to bo 10 him. From this room slio went down to call. Nelhinr u If you nw-- livrry cl peril, but Wolford wa not afraid; lie Hail (John (!. Carlisle at Manhattan Club. feet long and 13 feet high. us turnouts will leave our stable, S tho registrar's olttco and inquired if Duty as his Trnth Riinilnniis. Love and Miss Colenso is pnrMiing her efforts there woro any announcements she could 'or rates. In our for the release of thu Zulu chiefs who have, and, lioiug supplied with a catabody guard His great, big heart, that it BLACKSMITH SHOP. was" impossible to enlarge, imparted much woro banished to St. Helena aftor tho logue, she started to walk up toward Had I n lock of Cella's hair," .Vlll:iiar.nM(Mt cltM wark and latisfattor Zulu war. Dinuznlu, tho son and heir tho chapel, and on her oxit hhowns of its goodness to every contracted nmuru Said Fred, "I'd bo enclinnted." Incra Tiv our ho" sherr. ' of Cotownyo: Ndnbuko. a fall fronted with kodaks aud other cameras. Goodl" cried his friend; "seek the nbodo that dared listen to his charming theme. Of her purveyor, Mme. lode. brother, and Tshingana, a half brothor Her tall hat, the largo umbrella in ono Hear him: And have your lonclriK granted." A. O. Lscbso of tho king, aro all at St. Helena. hand and a tmckage wound with yards 1M1 I'. CstUeman. Llpplncott'g Magazine. my countrymen Wo "The war is ended, Dr. Katharyn Honsor has lieen ap- of string in the other, her heavy ovor-coMunlcul Item. are all glad, too glad for resentment. This with a large capo and a black . pointed by tho governor second physiA boy with n package rang tho bell is not the day for Kentucky to bolt her tied over hei oars and under cian in tho stato insane asylum at of an Ervay street munsion, anil to tho doors against any class of her manhood. Ky., upo: tho petition of a her chin, tho long ends Hying loose, young lady who oiened the door ho great number of Her doors must bo unbolted and thrown women and other citi- wero well worth "taking." said : solOn her way she inquired of a student zens. She is thu first woman in Ken-. lUiKVKa'-- jswi v wide open to all alike. The Southern j, we "iTl r '. vSJjssm.ssssVvraS-"Miss, hero is a book for yon. It Jrwhere the museum was, and upon his Jrtl tncky to receive such an nppointnioiit. battle. He has fa dier has fought his last is 'How to Play on tho Piano.' ' directing her to a "pair of stops" sho Sarah Uernhardt's houso in Paris is surrendered, wo have brought him home "I never ordered that book." asked if he was a college student, to r neigh- ulways kept in order for her by her reti- - which ho replied that ho was, only to with ua. but not as a prisoner. Heaven . "Xo, miss, but your BARBEE&CASTLEMAJN unu of servants, aud when she returns bor did. Ho said you needed it the forbid. Wo sbako our heads at the was ashIio finds flowers in all tho vases and receive a "call down" that the MANAGKRS, will worst kind." Dallas (Tex ) Sifter. thought. Kentucky can not afford, his saying "pair things just as sho left them. Sho drives tonished nt "flight of steps." of steps" or aliens this Dr. Wal Oommorco Building, Louisville, a not dare, hold as prisoners At Loneljwood. around Paris in a qnoer sort of carriage, instoadof Mrs. Commuter I don't think much which is n cut between u Loudon han- ker pays a visit to Amherst overy year, brave band of her own sons who dared Aftnti throughout toe South as she says that Walker Hall was named of those new neighbors of ours, Ferdi- som and n French coupo. bare their breasts to battle's storm for y aftor her relatives. nand. their honest conviction. Kentucky needs GOV. W. O. BRADLEY TBIBBLZ, Lootl Agtnt. W. Ivan Feodorovitch Konzmin, it RusMr. Commuter Well, my dear, it sian peasant, whoso baptismal They havo stood such men A rroffreutv Club. record id STANFORD, KY Endorsed by the Republican State Cen- isn't necessary for you to le on more in existenco, is, according to tho authorifor four years, true as steel, against Tho Now Century club of Philadelthan borrowing terms with them un- ties, 188 years old. His eyesight is perthose hundreds of thousand- - of native tral Committee as In every way fitted nnd less you care to. Judge. phia bv ju8t passed a resolution by Portland. San Francisco. fect, and ho is much more active than which U creates at Hryn Mawr a scholpatriots who rusbed to tho front so deserving of the republican nomination ike A Considerate rntlirr. his son of 00. His caso is said to havo arship open to tho graduates of tho promptly, as well ns against all those for president. Mr. Chaflle, of Dallas, is n very sejisi-bl- e been examined, aud thero is no donbt of Giiis' High school. This is a step of our money could biro from abroad. whom man. He put his son, Johnnie, at his identity with tho record. Not to Bo Trifled With. great iuqiortanco, marking the interest ....Vu The ... .. These aro the men we have brought home cold' i an acciWill people never learn that a private school and said to his teacher: which thu club takes iu tho higher eduThey dent to tie dreadi d and that when it occurs, treatbut not ns prisoners, not ns aliens "That boy is no good. If he cuta STAGE GLINTS. cation of women and tho desire to proment should be promptly applied? There ino must puf on tho whole armor of citizen knowing where llie trouble will end, and while up, just do me tho favor to kick the vide that education for tho girls of this complete recoery It the ru'e, the exception! are Tho English melodrama entitled "Tho city. It further marks tho esteem in ship." terribly frequent and thousands upon thousands stuffing out of him. I'll do as much for jear, ushered Such was his plea for us Thank God of fatal Illnesses occur every and seemingly in by a you some da3." Dallas (Tex.) Sifter. Reckoning" will be produced shortly in which Hryn Mawr college is held by trflloK lilt'e injudicious exposure (Si taur.viiu KiiturCHiucokiyi-- " this country. s those best qualified to appreciate tho for Wolford. No wonder our dear old symptoms, lieyend this there are How Nice That Will lie. invalids who can trace their complaints to M. A. Kennedy and Beatrice Moro-lan- work it has done among us iu establishOnlf D.nlDs Car Route From mothers, dead and gone long ago, sung colds," which at the time of occurrence ga e no Cawkcr (reading) An artificial aro engaged to bo married, and ing a standard nf excellence toward concern and were therefore neglected. When larynx has been lncnted, and persons "Home Again" to sweetly. s Cough troubled with a cold use which all educators must struggle if tho wedding will tnko place in May. When convinced of his right, ho never Remedy. It is prompt and effectual. Cincinnati who lose their voices can havo new ConA rumor is current of n new music they would receive recognition. Gazette. ones put in at short notice. hesitated, but did it on the instant. He For sale ats and 50 cents per bottle by Craig & street, siders! in any of thene apeots, tho noCumso Then I suppose we shall hall to bo built on Thirty-fourtnever weighed consequences nor looked, Hoclcer, Manlord Ky. tion of tho New Century club is proKlegant Pullman Vcstlbultd soon lie reading the sign: "Your voice New York, opjiosito Koster & Dial's. gressive nnd p.ihlic spirited, and the nbout for friends. "How many men like Slrvpers ol Modern Pattern. Simon S. Hartman. ol Tunnelton West Va.. extracted while you wait," .Judge. LonisoThorudyko Doncicault has been girls h who boneilt by it must inevitably For mips or any information, iddreii Wnlfnnl havo vou in Kentucky ?'' . asked his been uubiectto attacks of colic aSout onceen . engaged by Augustin Daly to play Hel- recoguixothis . tl n Hail Heard It. aud reflect it in their own ua . is vi.r inA wmilil havn in asrill x doftor andwhtn E. 11. II A CON THANK J. RKID. the great Lincoln of Senator uarrci f0vre do " lives. lutfer ,or about ... hoim much O. P. Ant, D. P. A . "Baroness, huve you heard already ena iu "Midsummer Night's Dream. as when Wolford was carried to Washing- - they die He wastaken recently just the fame Chicago. Louisville Lotta has consented to play Lucy in Remedy. He lie sura to call for (Jniro Crermiood. ton under arrest. 'He is the only one Iain's Colic, Cholera and Plarrh.-vtho coming production of "Tho Rivals" "Is it a secret, your highness?" Monen Route. says, "1 took one dose of it aud it gave me relief ) Snrah J. Limincott (Graco Mr. President. You can shoot him every in five minutes That is more than anthii. le by tho star cast of prominent American "Yes." Denver. has ever done lor me." was one of the first woman newsactors. morning for his canvictions, but lie will "Then I have already heard it," For sale by Crai Si Hocker, btaafcrd, Ky. Fliegende Blacttcr. uevc surrender one." Mr. Lincoln knew Bottina Oirard is at it sanitarium iu paper correspondents iu tho United It MayDo as Much for You Now York suffering from a complica- States. Shu has written IS books, beWolford was a man; he was a man Always Itrady to Tell. sides writing for many of tho leading Mr Fred Miller ol Irving, III. writes that he sutrondering a conviction, Never "When 1 grow up," observed Walter, ' tion of diseases. Sho is roported to ho magazines and newspapers. Iu hur long had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, back and also that his 'I'm going to be the editor of a news- - convnlo&cont. this taught Wolford to highly regard sin with severe pains in hisHe literary career sho ha- - never lot au optried many so called bladder was affected. Mabol Amber, who is playing tho ti portunity slip for speaking n word for cere conviction of others. Daring to do KidneX cures but without any good result. About paper." ago miters ana "You'll make a good one," put in tle rolo iu tho western "Trilby" com- thu emancipation of women. She was at all he thought right, he never counted a year reliefhe began use 01 t.iectiic is especiall) at once. Electric Hitters found pany, is considering a proposition to one timo r.allie, scornfully; "you're such a If was a jew . adapted to cure ol all Kidney and Liver vice president of tho American cost or thought of reward. star uoxt soasou. and often gives almost instant relief One trial tale." Harper's Round Table. Woman Suffrage nssuciation, aud tho el nbovc price. Price only 30c. lor will prove our statement. Jean doRoszko's representative is au- movement has at all times had her symSot Appropriate. This simplo child of nature so profile-l- arge bottles At A. R Penny's Drug Store. thority for tho statement that tho tonor pathy. Hor tKwui, "Mistress O'Ratlerty Maud I hato a man that takes all endowed with the best nnd richobtgift A young millionaire at isow Yoik is to bo married at Paris iu May to tho on tho Woman (Question," was read by that Heaven has yet bestowed on man a beslo it his sight nnd in his wrelcbel-nes- evening to propose to you. Countess Miramaillo. her at tho first national council of womMarie Why? love for his fellows that casts out all fear, W. H. Thompson has been engaged en. Bays: "I will k'ivo 31,000,000 to any Maud Why? How arc you going to is gone. man who will restore to mo my evestebt. say: "This is so sudden I" when he has by tho now theatrical syndicate to create A "Dniipi Itrform' Czarina. Col. T. P. Hill, of Stanford, Ky , pro I will walk out of the store and hand finished? N. Y. World. tho principal part iu tho syndicate's Dress roform has received n special means so much more than first now production. poses that the Confederates erect a monu- blm the keys." boom in Russia from tho action of tho Abreast of the Times. his memory. Wo must not inserious and i Duncan Harrison will shortly tako czarina, who has agreed to become ono ('you imagine ment to Bucklln'a Arnica Salvo. Traveler (in tho west) Thoso InThe best salve in the world for cuts, bru'ieas dians aro more or less civilized, are they ont a company to present Hoyt's "A of the patrons of tho newly organized sult or wound the feeling of his "Old latal diseases result from tetter, chapMidnight BclL" Digby Boll and Laura Society For Rational Costume, Tho most "Wolford's men" never would sores, ulcers, lt rheum, fever soresskin eruptions not? ped hands, chilblains, corns and all 'trifling ailments neglected. no pay repuired. 't Is cure Native Civilized? Why, the medi- Joyco will play prominent roles. elegant dnmes of St. Petersburg aud bear crowding on; none of ui can forget at positively to give piles, or satisfaction or money luaranteed Don't play with Nature's Willinm Dean Howells, tho novelist, Moscow havo decided that all fashioua-bipermission to render refunded. Pnce 35 perfectper box. For sale by cine man is treating six cooes of apcents that, but with their in collaborating with Paul Koster on an pendicitis I Puck. femiuiuo costumes nro irrational greatest gift health. offering to our "best friend" in V. IS. McRoberts, druggist. a this henrt adaptation of Howolls' famous work, and havo joined tho causo of roform. If yoimrefeellnp our darkest day. wo can give Col Hill A mlrror'could not lie if it wanted to. The glass Retaliation. "Tho Riso of Silas Lapham," to bo actout of sorts, weak has nothing to earn by flattery. If tie roses of wo can not forsubstantial assurance that "Hurry np, Maud, Mr. Jones has ed by William II. Crano. and Kcnerally exhealth and plumpness ot beauty are leaving your Miss Bessio Marsh of Pasadena, Cal., hausted, nervous, mirror ucaiin is ine get that ready, willing, able hand that res lace yourbeautifierwin irn you o. When a woman been waiting nn hour already." in the world. Manager French has engaged tho fol- bas studied tho French method of makhave '.o appetite ereaiest "Humph! Let him wait. Didn't lowing persons for Margaret Mathor'e ing candied flowers aud has a market ml work, cued us in tho day of our calamity. Wo sees the indicaUonS of ill health In the face she begin nt oncctak-Irifabsolute certainty look lor the he keep mo waiting three years before may have lost our bravest and most generous cause with almost company: Frederic Paulding, W. S. for all sho can mako at $2.50 a pound. the most reliaor both of two conditions constipa in one ble strcngthenim; tne orgtns distinctly ho spoke?" Harper's Bazar. Sho horself raises large quantities of foe in war, our best friend in peace. "Wo tion and derangement 01 Favorite Prescription Hart, H. A. Weavor, Sr., William medicine. which is " Al feminine. Dr. Pierce's Cut Oat for the Work. Margaret Feeley, Lonisu Marcolli violots for tho purpose Ilrown's Iron HiDermanently and positively any not look upon his like again shall will cure tters. A few bow for tho ed "female compUiutt." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant made Blimmer become a de- and Muggio Harold. "What low mo to suggest the inscription ties Psllets will cure constipation. There is no Max O'Rull in his locturo on "Hor tective ?" Vnnma tfnm .l.a h u...a ...,, me monument: in the world why a woman should not be per.. ..AV. A, .l..a Highness, Woman," said that thoAmor-ica- n I VI MU3C fectly healthy. She will gain in health, strength "Ho wanted to bo nblo to poke his If ODDS AND ENDS. Erected by tho itam and flesh. Hollows and ancles wi.l give place to noso into other people's affairs while iwi ami your woman, aud tho American woman tttth, fullness and grace She will be that noblest and it's Kentucky Confederates. On tho Oth of July tho earth is far- only, could mako a man forget hor sox pleasant to take. creation a perfect woman. minding his own business." Chicago most beantiful ol away from tho sun than at any oth- aud load him to treat her us an iutolleo-tuu- l ther stamps to World's DisSend Ji cents In Record. General Frank Lane Wolford, pensary Medical Association, Jiuffalo, N.Y., and er timo. equal. jjk lstKy.Cav.U.S.A., receive Dr. Pierce's ioo8pge "Common Sense Ilesponslve Thrill. Felt a Tiio highest inhabited placo in Peru Co., Ivy Medical Adviser," profusely illustrated. "Darling, did you ping any pretty Dyspepsia, Parisians are now wearing tho hair Kidney and Liver Born Sept. L9, 1817, in Adair is tho custom hotifo at Ancomarca songs at Sunday school?" prottily waved and coiled up iu tho Died August 2. 1895. neuralgia, Troubles, Tbo Ideal PPnacoa. "Yes, mamma, wo sung a lovely one, 10,000 feot above tho sea level. middle of tho back of tho head and orConstipation, Dad Dlood James I., Fraocis, Alderman, Chicago, says: "I At Accra, on tho Gold Coast, tho first namented with a satin how. In front a regard Dr. King's New Discovery as au ideal about 'Greenland's Our Closest Enemy in War. mounrxervoua ailments niaiaria, for coughs, colds and tunc complaints, in Peace. newspaper of wost Africa, Tho few looso curls fall over tho forehead. daily Chicago Record. Our Closest Friend aving used it in my family for the last five years tains." nmnli,lnli? Wnmrn9o ..Vf.k,IM.l .3. .. w.a.wa. r Gold Coast Express, lias been started. It physicians' prescriptions or to the exclusion of Kentucky moved tho hand that restored other prestations." Rev. John IJurgess KeoMo Chance to Meet. Get only tie eenulne It lias crossed red is a four pago sheot, each pago tho sizo Mrs. Thomas B. Rood, wifo of tho moved lines un tin v. runnel. .Ml others ate sub- kuk, Iowa, writes: "I hae been a minister or tho South and Wolford "How did that criminal evade the of ordinary lottor papor. at Utiles (J11 receipt of twojc stamps we speaker of tho houso, is a firm boliover the Methodist Episcopal church for jo years of Kentucky. detcctivo bo long?" will semi set of Ten Drnutllul World's S more and have never found anything so benefiIu Stepuiak's latest book ho stated in woman's suffrage, and Miss Reed becial or that gte me such speedy relief as Dr. ruir ihwj, anu boon lice. "Why, ho rented a room in the same King's that Russia stands third among nations longs to tho National American Suffrage BROWH CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, MD. "L We will try to do our duty. Good bye remedy.New Discovery.' TryW.this ideal cough flat with him," Chicago Record. U McRobert's Trial bottles free at in tho number of books published, sur- association. comrades. drugstore. passing Great Britain. As but little noJust the Other XVr. J. II. Miller, Vassar girls speak of n post gradnnto Compressed air is being BucceBsfully "So you're going to marry the widow, tion is printed, tho enormous outpnt of as a "blind pig" that is to say, a "p. H IDES I"1 Vke f" th hid I n Bet ueed in place of Bteam by the great Pullrn,,ftH.i:?.,cf0r.c,..h or,n Co. B. Cth Ky. Cav. 0. S". A., or leather on serious literature is tho inoro remarkaafter all?" or at my home in g." without an "i." Chas. Knnslin, Tanner. Duko's Brigade, Morgan's Command. man works. "No, Indeed; the widow is going to ble. marry me," Detroit Free Press. tho trnln. Noticing thatthe conductor D no t!rt(ft. firm, lila n..trrM.ni- tlio peasant commented on the fact. uh, i travel on my, good looks," remarked the other facetiously. "Then probably you nln't'goln" fnr," tOOk 11 tfuomrranR. Tho victim of the subjoined remark is doubtless still pondering ns to wheth cr ignorance or malice prompted it Tho season ticket holder happened to havo a pensnnt scntcd next to him in A thoy will bo fresh nnd sweot in tho Philadelphia Times. morning Shirt J. : T. : STJTTOIT. UNDERTAKER, HUSTONV1LLE, KENTUCKY. PERSONAL GOSSIP. President Kruger of tho Transvaal has two cousins who livo hi Kan-ma. observed tJie tor. pcasanUFlIcgendc Blnct- - mort-pnge- t, o solid-tntio- n n ! lfi Tho first showing in tho shops oj shirt Offers bis services o the people ot West Lin waists attests tluittheso useful garments coln aud Cact Cuumies. rull stocc u f Coffins uu tuiuo. are by no moans deposed from favor. anil Catsrtt lw)S Munncr. O, 6. Cnrpcuur, 95 Thoy nro to bo worn indeed this spring bewiland summer more than ever, if n dering variety and mneh novelty of nnd material indicate anything. Tho newest waists aro made with two or threo half inch tucks turning toward tho fronts, or a cluster of small overlapping ones to tnko up the huuim inch 1'rncn. See Huff Kern ou Vf on tho aud a half of spaco down.tbo fronts. Diuliletnr, Dswsop.J II llncht. K Cobb. Culls nnd collars aro usually of straight Kd Carter. JII. U ChsnCfM' r sml others vrrio hre st- O A PEYTON. Mtanf.nl. Ky shirt shapo, aud of plain material, in e.iit. Kent for t.ltucln IU iiiuy 95,3m solid color, their range of tint giving hufliciout variety. A linen batihto in its CAUL ON. natural putty tint, burred in color, is made up with laundered collars and cutis of tho shade of the crossbar. STANFORD, KY , Dlack, mauve, pink, blue, green, white, red and the rest of tho list aro seen. A I'ocket Key Cheeks by Mall fur onlr it Cents. Per.-ia- u antl chintz has collnr aud on It's of a Kur lldi'L.ii'tlli.li-fi-. Kcr Chtiks. Mtlal ChrcVsof Doe License Checks. Key II Lin, I. gold and white material, that Kings, Chains, Ai Slampinif nn Metal and siore, gives the elfeet of braid sewed on. Ship over M I) Klmott-'repairing V Tho lit and linish of the new waists Stanford, Ky aro admirable, and tho sleeves are not so largo as thosu worn last summer. Holts aro as new and varied as tho waists, and ring tho changes in white, J K, HARKKR, l'ropnttor, black, bronzo and huhIc leather, oltir-tiwebbing, goltl and silvet, plain and in - overlapping sequins. In width any fanKates TWO DOLLA11S I'lr Dsy. cy can bo suited, for they are to bo had from seven inches in width down to a Lar Remodeled and refurnished throughout. half inch strap or a simplueoil of gilt mt Commodious Sample Rooms. Ilalla and otlice connected by Klectrlc llelll. or silvor. A decided novelty is a livo 47 I'riHHpt and polite service to guests. inch girdle of plaid velvet fastened by threo light leather straps. New York M S. IIAU.HMAN J. VV. lUtlbHUAK. Times. do-sig- Wntt. lie F. G. BRADY, sen-r- al BARKER HDUSE, Somerset, Kentucky. fciS.&J.W.Baughman, FEEI'& Stanford, d si Srit-cla- J fk: T rar 1. at i baud-kerchi- Hop-kiusvill- o, ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. . 1 Insurance Company JV, f T next-doo- j .t. y To , m -- to-d- count-,es- d Chamb-rlain'- kotrisinxx.: !- h TO CHICAGO. that" - Grcon-wood- StPaul. 'V him-sel- f. j O 1 tattle-- J -- a Poor Health Keg-iment- ." o I Brown's C Dav-idg- o, so-c- tea-so- n Iron Bitters cure-.heiir- it,.-,- . S 11 It Cures &. ice-crea- m Olten-hel- . 'itmAiiiiin'l vzin ifttjMJMs'jjftfcrtii ,.ii . Cirui . ,1. ui.j "" u rt" l','"ll'HMIli.'i."iIHlM'i . 1 , i'iUI'ii . ' .1 lJ,V A-- ( -- 1 ?r - rr r,mi"rW' mrwr-m- m "Y"" '' -- re?j IeMI-WEEK- iNTERIOfJoURJMIlL Btanfoiid. Ky., E. C. Walton, srs wn. rS n. ..' --- vizr-as.li "HHyr JOHN" K. The above firm Muck M.n ol mak. the pike, at Helm Not Dlapoacrt tn Qnlliblr. While tlio two urchins who hntl nil Journwl to the nlk-- in the roar of th'1 . Maiicii 13, 1890 liarn to fight were Htripplng for action the larger one BaM: I "Kid, I'll let ye ofT if ye're 'frnlcl. can lick ye In two minutes. I'm ten Business Manager pounds hoavlcr'n yon lie." "Tliat'H nil right," rcHpomicil the THE BEEF TYPE. other. "If you'd wnah the dirt off'n of that ningo' your'n we'd weigh 'bout the Aiiicrlriiii llreil Smnpli'itTribe.tli G001I Olil Sliortlioru HtlHH" It Ih curtain that tho lef niining inThe llgjtt that iinincdlately followed was the Hereout one the neighborhood dustry Ih undorgoing a rrvolutiiiii. Thoro hnd seen for ninny a tiny, and it is with never waH f.o gnmt doniaud for Ameria iiH'liinclioly fmtisiftiction thu liislorian can beef nt homo and nlnotid iu there h recordn the fnet that the Hiiiiiller boy nt prtvent. There never was a time wjion hlpK'd Chienr Tribune. wan for I ho nbsolutoly boat, the tontlrr and juicy. Hut the low priccw fur Sttiilcnl" of lliiiniiii iiltirc. Two picKjMK'luMr uw a gentleman every product of tho farm 111 reoent ymn roeehe a largo mini at the bank, and have told on beef cattle as well, lho followed him for koiiiu tiino to get n animaiH must do Mild younger inan uiey cIihiico at it, Finally tins watxdied 20 years ago and they must iib-- be( ,aris: 4J w turned into lnwyer's ofllee. and one fattened at Iwrfeont. Making, if the wntoliftm Hid: "That settles it. claw lieef ehoaply iH now thoroforo, IIe' gout, fimitt nloiig." tho nrobk'iii beforo tho' farmer ami stock- y I rrsiff '""i'jk --- - . f.rm,o i l.,. the . wllh V -- ray poloU ' ' -- lll y ".Not nol" wild the other. "Wait till tJw lawyur eouiee ohU We'll tnekle b.anfiml l "r-ve- d .Satrlbr City him." A liny Tlty Clutt. A eoupl" of DallH griitlemeu met, and one of them teiuHiked: John K U vears old, ij, hands hi;h and It a "Von luoh down In tins mouth. iplendlu individual; Don't breed nil ynu ste lnm lid was foaled and rawed by J K of WhalV the nintter? Ik It love or htnti-nlluntonville. He bar. prtivcnhtiviwlf to be a splen-dtroubling you?" that of hU Kf t at breeder of large colt. at Mam kept at Mr lltu'hman'a will how "UiihIiii'hn. Tlrnt rieh girl to whom raits Care taken tfi pievelil aicldcnts, ha." leeii engngi for the lawt nix but not iept ble ilumiil anr t ur I'KEl) I' HISllOi', SUnlord. Ky. inoutliK Inn 'shook' me." i Dnllni (Tev.) Sifter. llaif-ttian- a e $7 to Iusuro a Colt 4 Months Oi d 'hitter of .Money, lJ 1 1 IF YOU WANT -- a- "Thnt miitr all THE BEST GARBEH iiv in your J.borliomi ILj c..t on PLANT OUR FAMOUS the other night." Miitl one to nnoUier. "1 tliiln't make It the other night," icpiad lie latter. "I deliveiwl it the othtight, htti It took me a mouth to make It." I'lttaburgh f'liroulule-TelegrapPltl-lurglier 1 Took 1 Iiiio tn .Mitbn It. hm a Mry line nixeh you - 11 h. MHmifflJrS a- -: .Nuturul IliMi'iitinnnl. of wli.Ji arc ilcr.bcvi and illusJ cntirily trated in our tea ' .ul New Catalogue for 1896. A new heh, "why do you ory so?" "Ik then espn-MKing "I.lttie 1h,v." aaketl the syiiipat.hiziiig in the mniuxT of my grief, uiiidam." the ltoaton loy, "that Htrlke being' outre or hmpjiropriaU? Itoo-liiNi!" mithlng m future ti:. any Post ii Tins New Cata logue " we will tmil on receipt ot a rr litlli. ,'ulni Uill MJtt where they saw t! a.ikcrh cinentlt!ic O'ls-- C. . 1 of Serd at Cata'' Svi. mi b i!.o . w itcc rnees cu-Irc- to iui hk Poo-ho- ChleHgo Trib-tili- e. uiuiogu: wui ie nu. 1 itcc 1 ' I (inl. l,.-- PETER HENDERSON & GO, 30&37CorUaadtUt.,.TewYork. I sasanrjRNi TABLER'S BUGK EYE Crrtttitrr. iiiuitt Introduce you to Mr. lie la qult a noted cliarneNM. Pamela lit ho? Yen. lie made Iovb to 12 girls. vli t sumiiu'r without eauiing them to ! i. ne jeuloua of eoeli otlier. Town It'pn Tli lllrTrri'iier of Wnril. 'T'm'Icn nothing m twil," thu optltnlat A I lli)rnurkilil M.t -- . 11 IHit it inlsrht lx wrsw;" whll tho slmlft siKh m1 moans sintt RrMM, In proM uml in rrle. QINTHENT CURES NOTHING CUT There'- - nottilrm worsw." A I m Im1 but It will lm -r- PIIES3 V ? tiek. ty- SURE and CERTAIN CURE BEST REMEDY for PILES, f don't you? rtitirii tr k:3Ak::w HO I.I) known for lOyoaronntho .Iigir phoon feier. DiniTipll.p Allmrnt. hvr ohl llrngg Iuik the lliigg You mean this typhoid fever, JtV AI.I. lIuTtJIJIHTH. 1:13 r: , s? icuts. V 1 fc 'vwVPff's Scicniifio American Agency for, .ligjTn No, 1 mean tho typhoon, lie eenters. etery thing in liiuiholf, and he's all wind. X. Y. World. Th.-- j MoM)ulia4i and urarar BlrN. you Know, Are in.ulo of tliw atufT. are ttrrlUly hard toeatcli, but. dht You can niaati 'em eaay eiiotiirJi. -- 1.. A. W. Dullctln. Helf-xni- Twin Mtrr. a nrxicATi: insinuation. & VBBH A AKBBV For Information and frro Ilan.ll W writ" to (A). Stfl Ml' N.N .Saw ck. Oldrtt bureau for arciirliiK pnlrnlatn Auierlm. Kvrry takmoul by u It broiik'hl frvuuf cliurva lu Uio tiie I'Ulillo by n milieu -wiu-nl DESIGN PATENTS. COPYRIQHTB. tn TBinp acinar. CAVEATS. gtlixAilit JMkcwm world, I ui.tniti.l titan abonlil Ui nub mt u yenri I.MIt motttbt. Ailn-s- s 1'VkLUlil.ui, .1(11 Irrfttrlmitallonnfanr if ntlfl papfr In tho eklr, s-(i.l.OOa )li CO., linjaly,.Nnr urK I'lty. .IK OU AKKQOINK or NORTH..THK..WEST. ... Mrs. IVstcrd Well, what Is It? Hungry lliekey Woteor you nay, kind Jadj. It's leap year. Judge. Tlir CluiiiKcful ClliiiHte. 'Tin n time of Invidious terror When the atromccat of mult holds hts You LouiaviiLC a, - NaaMVlLit R. you, F1. urMth: are (lotlntna- n nunatroke one moment Anxl the nnjkt you are freeslntr to death. Washington Stur. How IIo Got j It tbaliaefor aula Double Dally Traiuts at Make cloie connectiana LOUISVILLE And 0IN0IHNAT. Kor all pointa. THKOUOII TICKETS SOLD. UAOOAOK CIIKCKKD .TUROUOf For any information enquire nf JOES. KICK. Aeaut, Stanfcrd, Kv Mlm Yullowlcnf I would not marry you if you were the 1r1 man to r nroiMuie to me I Mr. t)fctlque All, yes, of course. Hut how do you feci about It, beelng that I'm tho first? Town Topics. I tit l!en. Viilue. Ky. Midland R'y, Cincinnati and Fraulcfort and quicken between Aik lor tlcketa via KeDtuckv Midland. Traina run by Central Standard limo. Tinie TabU Nov. j, 189J. No. 1. No 3. No ;, TKAINS EAST. 6 55 Franklort A Ulktorn 7(8 " StampiDeUround 7 ; " Georgetown..!!... 7 4S 7 50 Arr. C S. Depot Only Direct 1.ILC Iletwcen I want a title" Shorten "Hut yuu must, Ethel. He's rich, nnd Frankfort, Georsotown and Purls, I can give you nothing at this crisis Oarlislo, Miiyovlllo, Oynthlaun, Fnltnouth and Oovinton. wart till next time for the title." Life. Why lie. 1'ruya. "Xow that you've heard the poem tell me what you think? Oughtn't 1 to get ten dollars for it?" Ten dollars or SO days." X. Y. World. A I'ln It hUclo l'aront. "Xo, papa, I tell you I won't have, hlni! s. Ly a. m, p m. 4 15 p. m. 1 Pari C 5 5"l 418 447 t ao 148 00 0 30 s i; 4 '5 'aao 4 Hobby Popper, what do they hnve a man to pray for congresss for? Mr. Lorry They don't. He takes a look at congress and then prays for tho country. Cincinnati Enquirer. IIo Got It. " fRAINS WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. to. a. in. p. m. a. lu. n 00 C 4 40 Lvo Tarta - 9 oj ' C. 8. Depot .... 10 07 e 37 640 "Georgetown U 1010 535 6 $8 . Stamp's Gro'd 10 18 Arr Frankfort A... Leave Georgetown p. tn, Thuggcrs Soyl I want a drink, on' No. 8. See? p. m. I want it bad Barkeeper (shoving out the ' whisky) Wnrl, is dat bad enough for 640 ycz? TruUi. I five-cent Kikborn 10 46 it oo 7 15 7 30 SUNDAY TKAINS 10 10 a. m; arrive 4 3a p. m. arrivo Georgetown Kentucky Midland Railway and ccsoeo tiona form the anortesl and cheapest route to all points South, Kait, North and West. For further information apply to their agents. 17 00 a. itLeave in.Frankfort 1 bo "Badger doesn't work any, does be?" "Oh, yes, his, wlfo keeps boardcis, Frankfort nnd ho docs the grumbling." Chicago Hecord. A 7 27 7 JJ 8 15 Ilia Occupation. Efflc Jack, papa said that we. not bco each other any more. J Dark Kubterfuec 1 must .!;GiO. B. UARPEH, Rec'r & Gun Sup rranaivii o.v Jack Indeed! Shall out? Harper's Bazar. turn the gas different appliances Thoro nro ME COMING MILIIOSS. for drawing wire. Tim Croker lived, far In tho woods a olltary Arkansas hns ono inventor in every tri. ., . , , .... r.t uku M.1it.f.A ivusre mo uasuca Kruir, ltv nuis.cio, uu 19,702 of its population. nnrazored fnee Knives, forks nnd spoons aro protected And the black bear was his brother, and the Originally it was by patents to tho number of 2,1011. to build And jTXvanaaTtod for thomi.ltons now and modest ln lid building for Tho farrier is aided in his work by tho yet to come Fran Ainhro-iubut th'n intention wag inventor to thoimmlvrof 1,281 imtnnts. Jim Croker made a ccarInK and he sowed it abandoned njioti tho ntgent request of down to wheat, Thoro aro C.fisjJl models of different tho jwetewi hercelf. She does not wish kinds of steam boilers iu our patent of- - And b, flllo! !lU 'V w,th cabba and ho anything fir herself, ho nuy, mill iior flco. planted it with beets Ana It bhwomed with potatocs.anu wltn pcacu groutcft dtsiro i to havo her two ohil and near and nluin. Tho implement nnd mutorialHui-eilidron outer tho world under nioro favor And Jim ho lived and waited for the millions ablo oonditioiiH than fell to her in hor buildings nro protected by 7,75)2 put vet to come. own pnvate life, ohe will, thuroforc, outs. Then Jim ho took his ancient axo and cleared Inj mtihilcil to havo tlio thatched straw Tho erection of fireproof buildings is a forest street, , roof 011 her present miiiiM liomegtead encouraged by 155 ptttent, taken out for Whl,el, llved on bear and succotash nnd meat, roan pi,n)ly 10,Ml,rwl ThH wlll tnko ,jnt ft liiiitiiri-ilor iiihHkwIj And uu rhvUlIIll0ftX0 .troke- - sounded and tho comparatively trifling amount of tho 1,w,ood", no Tro wer, d,uu,,l, Over 25,000 inventions for tho maiiip-finm mihcd for her, whilo ho will Idle ho cloarotl o crooked highway for tar ulation of metal-- - have been patented m nulllons yet to come, vent the balaneo in n way to havo a our government olllce. tin fund for a rainy day and for tho fhen they camo like aimle's stragglers, tho) Buttons, buckles ami other devicer for came from far nnd near, tureoducatioiiof her children. Tlio com mittoo having tho funds collected in fastening straps or clothing havo beon A "ttlo lo house settlement crow round tho plonecrt chtirgo decided to agree to this unselfish patented to tho number of 11,705. mini. And tho sound of saw nnd broadnxo made a and roafconablo request of tho peasant new woman may choose any one lho Klad Industrial hum, The great raiigeH are going rapidly. Millions they havo of I, COfi different kinds of crinoline aud, ,lra "ne In their place will bo tho bunch of hotter poetoss. U8t bcir,a to como-corsets, all of which havo been indented. Sim Altnitti Illrila. Tho painter of this countrv is aidetV And a ?,!, TV1)7 wonnd ronnd mountain, hill, . lake, Among tho ninny peculiarities of thnt ,r i patents, covering his paints, Crawllm-iowaly tho forest village llko an bountiful woman the cmprcn.s of Ausaud other materials and nppli- S'V , .O.i dulatinc snake AMT tria 0:10 of the moMt romantic features ances. And ono morn tho locomotive puffed into tho Vitl' o wilderness, of tho pre.-oera is her strango ..Ui!, South Carolina indents less inventions And Jim said "Tho CominR Millions, they are over birds, which,, were sho of coming by express." in proportion to its population than nnyl wBii more hnmblo rank, might provo n ... . other state. There is only ono inventor And the village trow and prospered, but Jlro gold miuo to her, This power, DovMS J Croker's hair was uraycr; er heretofore described in print, is to overy 25,581 of its population. When they cot a city charter, and old Jim waa known to fow outsido tlio conrt circlo of Tho processes of grinding K.0K. li11 ' chosen Mayor; yet nothing is moro ing surfaces of metal, stone, wood or' But Jim declined tho honor, and moved his nousenoio roous wonderful than to seo tho birds flocking glass may bo accelerated by tho employ1WO-sllOIITIIOUN ill LI- fciro tho forerst, to tho old primeval Far from every quarter around tho empress ment of any ono of 2,508 patents. ind finor hoove loured by tho finall woods. Tho caro of livo stock has received Far and far into tho forest moved the grizzled farmer. Tho agricultural btutionn aro tho very moment sho sots foot in tho doing yeonian nerviuo iu experimunting gardens of Lain.', or Schoenbrun, bnt es- closo attention at tho hands of tho pioneer. pecially at tho latter placo. Thero arc American inventor, a, 089 appliances There ho reared his hut nnd murmured, " I on cheap and oiTwtivo fattening. will build a city here." A main elomout. of xuccts iu beof many ornnmuiitiil pieces of water at having been dovised for tho comfort and And ho hears tho woodfox barking, and ho is to get a gtHMl brood. The Schoenbruu, and all sorts of valuable convenience of domestic animals. broi'dinK hears the partridge drum, ever reliable .Shorthorn ix undoubtedly birds, such as Australian swans, Chinese According to tho patent ofilco reports And tho old man sits and listens for tho millions jet to como. tho best paying in certain loealitio.s. The ducks, Tibetan pheasants and birds of thero aro 5,014 different kinds of pat-I- S. W. ros, in Ynnkeo Blade. tthowri 0:10 of tho finest young paradiso, aro permitted to roam at will ented beds mid lounges on which "tired etock Shorthorns over bred. He is head through this splendid domain. Tlioy all naturo's sweet rostoicr, balmy sloop," TIIK I USSY MAN. of a famous western herd. It is upon know tho empress and are subject to may bo courted. St. Louis unm Are Horn, Soma Are .'Made, nn3 Mich IiIixhI as this that the lieef trade of hor power, as aro also the wild birds, even down to tho ordinary sparrow. Somo Ought to Die. tho future will rise and tiouri.sh. Howovor, thoso who have seen muck can get bis They gather around her, each uttering At prtent tho man who SADDLE AND SULKY. it the inside life of comic journals and Nteersou tho market fat anil in good con- its own peculiar cry, whilo tho pigeons Lexington, Louisvillo nnd Boston nil 3thor journals with comic departments at from 18 month to '2 years old and sninller birds alight on her shoulder dition know that this kind of work, liko protty havo trotting FuturitioM now. will make most money, because ho turns and arms. San Francisco Chronicle. much every other kind, may bj mado money over quickly. Marketed at Ids Samuel Gamble, tho woll known Cali- almost completely niachanic.il. Thoro is Geriimn Women Agitating. that age beoveu will ptiy well. fornia horsomaii and writer, has goiio a regulation way to mako a jnko that A groat agitation is, a Berlin corro The trocmul illustration, copiod from into tho saloon business. Is to say, a regulation joke. Of course, . The Huriil New Yoiker, eliows nu oast-e- spondPiit says, being carried on among Tho National Saddlo Horso Breeders' geuuino liumor and positivo wit transobShorthorn. IHh owner makes women in Germany, having for its of a general protest association has elected Will T. Gainos, cend all rules, and tho great jester is the y ject money on beef breeding in New Couterville, Ky., piosidcnt. born, not made. But for all thar, there difToront clnusos of tho uow civat Hivordalo. Thu steers on tliir" against Another effort will bo mndo this year on been i tofcssional funny men who ic code which has just been submitted ostato are marketed at 8 years old, at hadn't a grain of w it in their composi which time they are expected to average to tho roichstag. Ah regards tho civil to train tho onco groat daughter of An tion. For instance, it is well known that law, women in Germany havo occupied teoo, Eoliuo, 2:14?.., as u 2,000 pound ouch. Dr. Young, who has Oddity, 2:13B, a fast pacing son of tho proprietor of a certain great New studied the Shorthorn blood carefully, a rather inferior position, and tho hopes that tho now code would redress their Sidney, will bo campaigned. Ho is said York daily newspapor has a habit of mixmiuiHgw tho Hivordulo herd. Ho bays a ing his editors all up periodically; to steer of tliifl breed Khoiildmako'au avor-ag- grievances havo proved fallacious. A to bo good for thteo boats bettor than prevent thorn from sliding into ruts, and DC married woman, for intauco, has, if no 2:10. net gain iu weight.of from 00 to to give enclt department tho benefit of pounds n month from tho tune it is horn fcpecial contract has been mado, no right It is roported that J. J. Douglas, tho fresh ideas (and fresh ignorance) from to dispose of her own fortuno without year it till it is a year old. Tho time to timo he changes his men all tho permission of her husband. Moro-ove- wealthy Louisvillo horseman, hns should gain o0 rounds a mouth. an offer of $5,000 for Commodoro about, transferring tho sporting editor tho lnttor is solely cutitledto adEvery item of possible profit is countPorter, 2:111. to the financial department, betting tlio ed up in tins herd. Thu floor of thu cat ministrate and to havo tho usufruct of Tho Dotroit Driving club is figuring livestock roporter at work writing poas not to her money, even of that which sho tle htablo is of cement, earns. Every financial transaction enter- on bicyclo races in connection with tho litical editorials, and so on. waste any manure. This floor is cheaper Now it chanced that in ono of the mix-up- s iu tho long run than wood. Dr. Young ed upon by a woman without tho knowl- harness performers ut tlio Blue Ribbon the funny column fell to tho lot of a iniiAi-tiitold thu Rural corrc.sondent that tho edge nnd consent of her husband can bo meeting noxt July. i1ir iA tirtf 1'Tir.i-- r n trit f rrin fi cancoled. E.copt in a few cases, women Pixley Boy, 2:12, the fast Coshocton i0Karthm- xvho had no moro sense of comont lloor was made as follows: nro unable to act as guardians. They aro O. ) pacer, has rounded to, is jogging huinor tllBIl 'It was leveled with cracked haystack. He was ac- also excluded from family counoils and sound, und his owner says 2 :0S will not custoaiod toft obey, similar to thnt propared for machowever, and he adamizing roads. This was tamped so on. All this has led to a petition to stop him this year. went to work making jokes, nis first down solid. Wo then poured a mixture parliament, but it is doubtful whether A system under which a horso that attempts were something wondorful to of one part cement ant two parts wind, it has much chanco of being accepted. trots into second position each uiilo of a, read. People with palo faces stopped with water onough tomako mortar over uvo neat race gets oniy xourtn money ono auothor ou tho street, pointed out Women AilvocHtlntc Clmulltu-itswith trembling flngois thoso jokes, and it, and luveled it with a trowol. Thero Tho Women's Civio leaguo of Cincin- needs u little revision. is onudialf to an inch of cement on tho Tlio Independence (la. ) Driving club risked if they r.illy read as they hnd floors over tho limestone. It was put iu nati has nttomped to bring about many has elected Z. Stout president and A. read them; id when they were tlio manners and customs of Miveral years ago, aud thero is not yet reforms in H. Farwoll secretary. Sixteen stakes of answered that ihey did, thoy drew deep tho Queen City. Last spring tho leaguo breaths of roliof and passod on. Friends a calk mark on it. mado an urgent appeal to tho board of $ 1,000 each will bo advertised. iH us light as a house, with Tho htttblo -- on . .. nf thft nrnnrlornr of Mwi mnur horvirnil j...,.- -. mi., xjuiuhvii-- ! rn ..iLruiung assoc anon ,,,. to i nmko a chmRe nnd dtctared to xi o t ..!. glass windows that aro kept clean. Dr. administration for sand piles to bo scattered over tho city thnt the children has decided to open a 10,000 stako for j lim t!mt thero wero gomo things that Young gives prOferenco to Shorthorns over Hereford becnuxo ho says that might play in thorn. Later tlio league foals of 1800 and a ip5,000 stako for ,i,n nnt,PP rmii,i ,, 9tnnii n..r i.n .ui. whilo tho Hereford-- havo heavior necks snggostod to tho mayor that enspidors foals of 1805, tho latter to bo trotted in be red to his program and kept tho bo placed along tho edge of tho side 1897. man at work, aud in tho courso of timo aud briskets, the Shorthorn puts meat so that men might expectorato inSam T. Ryley, who dovolopod Jewell, tho new funny man mndo jokes that is uioct walks upon his quurtiiH, where it to Bunco, woie copied in other papers for jokes, wantod, instead of on his neck. A most of them. Recently ono of tho members 2:09i4'; Ella Bolmont, tho league, whilo riding on a street Jr., 2:12 'a., etc., will train horses for and became au admired member of tho catinteresting chapter of Dr. Young's ear, saw a policeman who was chowing W. R. Brasfiold, Lexington, Ky., this National Paragraphers' Association. tle feeding UApurienco is that mado tobacco ami spurting tho saliva on tho season. Horseman. cnuo, which ho thinks with sorghum lloor. This lady reported tho incidont to How Timo Has Changed liar. very highly of. As his wny of cultivattho leaguo. Tho women addressed nn Ono day last week a customer in one ing aud feeding tho doctor told tho appoal THE FASHION PLATE. to tho mayor, and his honor sf tho largo Brooklyn dry goods stores Rural man : Mayor John M. Caldwoll issued an orNew wnrp printed taffeta silks nro stood waiting for her turn to bo served "Wo planted about throo acres at tho der to tho police forco, forbidding moro vaguo as to pattom and moro nud idly watching tho woman who sumo time wo did our com. Part of it either on streut cars or on bountiful iu coloring than evor. was claiming the attention of the clerk was Ohio wied and part cainofrom KenTho Women 'h Civic at tho moment Thero was nothing tucky. Wo cultivated it about tho samo tho sidewalks. Now ginghams havo a friso offeot of bout her to attract a second glauce. leaguo is becoming a powerful political as com except that wo allowed 10 to 12 whito or black loops over tho pretty soft stalks in a lull to keop down tho sizo. agency in municipal affairs. Chicago plaid, which makes thorn look liko any- Bho looked to bo closo upon CO years of Chronicle. nge, her hair was vory gray, though uot I luivo no hesitancy iu saying that we thing but cotton. white, and a pair of rather dark eyos Cigarette Habit Growing-A new stylo of appliquo trimming is looked out from a colorless unhnprcssivo A ninuicnro who is n closo observer mado of several thicknesses of French face. In figuro sho was shot t and small, recently told mo that sho could vouch crapo arranged in haudbomo pattorns on ind tho black costumo sho woro waa for tho truth of tho .statement that tho llmplo to plainness. Yet whon sho gave cigarette habit is on tho increaso among light colored silk. Tho now lawns and dimities aro ex- ner uamo and address for a parcel to ba women of tlio supposed to bo sonsiblo sent it was realized that this little und woll to do class. A largo percent- ceedingly pretty, with flowered stripes woma.i of insignificant appearanco was in soft, faded colors, and plaiu stripes ono whoso namo 18 age of thoir patrons call ouco a week to yoaia ago was in havo tho iusido points of tho thumb of color ou a whito ground. everybody's mouth from ono end of tlio and index finger cleansed from uicotino Real Valenciennes laco is in greater country to tho other, nud whose personstains. And thoso foolish maidens no domain! than ever, and is used for trim- ality at that timo wa3 almost as well lougor puff thoso dainty Turkish fads of ming jabots, ruches, collars, known as her name. Sho was Mrs. tho not so very long ago. Tho small vico EASTERN MIOIITIIOKN. and all sorts of neckwear. Theodora Tilton. New York Times. got more good, nutritious food out of has lod to a larger ono, and now thoy French tailor mado costumes aro mado Fuels About the Queen-o- f Slieba. those 3 acres than wo did out of IS prefer tho opium tinctured oriental with very short full basques elaborately tho consumption of which It's rather late to learn tho truth about acres of tho host corn on tho place, but braided and trimmed in front with frog on tho iucroaso. Pittsburg Dis it must bo fed moderntoly, not over ono buttons, nud tho skirts are also braided. tho Quoen of Shoba. Nevertheless, tho Academy of Inscriptions is greatly exorbeing given per head. It is swcot, patch. hill Yellow, iu all tho shades from a cised about this subject. Ono of its having a good fattening quality. Wo Supplied Ilur Iluabaud'a Pulpit. tint to tlio bright scroaming ied motnbers thinks that ho has discovered shred it and mix bran and oilmeal with Mrs. Georgo B. Frost, pastor of the yellow similar to tho old fashioned that Shoba was iu Arabia, and that the it for barn feeding. It should bu cut Congregational church in Littlbton, S. fluino color, is fitst iu tho list of fash- queen was tho mother of Aben Foloinon, it freezes, ns 30 degrees develops H., came to occupy hor position iu ruth-e- r ionable colors for tho coming season. who founded a kingdom in Ethiopia. its cathartic properties, and unless an unusual way. Having supplied hor Tho shirt waist of 189(1 certainly Sho wont to Jerusalem on conquest bent, wutchod sovoro purging may follow its husband's pulpit for a year, sho was justifies" its namo moro than any which nud would have liked to stay there. uso. I not only suggest, but strongly found so woll fitted for tho work that recommend, that stookmon givo it n sho was subjected to an examination by has appeared beforo, sinco it has a But tho wise Hebrew thought she would trial. It is easy to raise, nnd does moro tho ecclesiastical council, and afterward wido standing collar and cuffs of whito bo hard to manage, and n more usoftil good per acre, so far as my experience duly ordained. Tho arrangoment is linen buttoned on liko thoso ou a man's ally in her own country. Ho therefore shirt. and Eeut her back laden with goes, than anything I havo tried. In found most satisfactory, both to congreTho coat which bids fair lo bo most fired with nmbitioiii projecm. Yve mny dry seasons like tho past ono it is a gation und minister. worn through tho spring is a short loose jxpect one of ihe-- e day t see her pergood substitute for pastnro, and is upon backod jackot hanging straight from a sonate;! by Sara Heinlard iu nn Ol tho wholo moro nutritive," Tlio Land of No Divorce. Loudon Testament drama b Strdou. South Carolina has for a long time yoke, and ono stylo is made with threo Trutli. box plaits in tho back und plaited epauCut Clover Hay Heat. hold a uuiquo position us tho only state (hi-- , fir ".I. Tho Indiana csporimout station finds in tho union which refuses to grant di- lets over tho sleeves. - H ' m ve on. O'llooligan-that, other things being equal, steers fed vorces for any causa whatsoever. It is The new ecru embroidories shown for . .iutle- "OAl bo. on cut clover hay will mako a better exceedingly interesting to note the fact trimming batisto gowns aro very elabo "1 "Oi t'7. ''I growth thnnthoMi fed on the wholo hay, that tho now constitution does not alter rate in design aud much moro beautiful 1 111(111, ' ' owed will, "s 7. iii. A and in n experiment of 100 days tho tho stato'8 polioy in this regartl. Marthan any wo havo hud beforo. Thoy in gain was uearly 3 per cont. A slight riages between tho two races aro abso- come iu various widths of insertion and him i .. i 'iv, ( amount of exercise was found beneficial lutely forbiddou. Married women are edging to match, and in very opon patduring tho fattening process. Connecti- nrvnrrlrwl fnll rlnlirn nf lininnrfr Una. terns, which can bo applied llko lace. poly. on t Farmer. New York Sun. ton Transcript. ' -- Cio 4k. ?10 .folinunn Ainbro'lu. Tho Pru'wiuu w"W!it poeteHf .Tohnn-n- a Ambrtwins will hooii bo enabled to Iiavo hor fciimll hoac, which throatenod to colliijifie, rewitod. A nnloription and FcvtTal eiitPrtalr.ie,)M hold for her benefit iculiy.il al.no. t 7, "00 mnrks. INNENTORS AND PATENTS. i I . 11 r s, 11 s oppo-vi- m M in-wo- o ,' 1 ' fu-fir- -- f tl N--- " mm 1Kb ' 1 I-&W- J.O-l.- es m V m&mm . l'fiA.t, ryA -- nt inlln-cne- ) por-fe- ct - - ymmk .... Austria-Hungar- M Mt-Ol- .Il y illu-trnti- GJobo-Doni-ocra- t. 4 bil ng Jor-fo- e r, o f , limo-Mon- 1 . - ! " ! 2:12; 1 . cheiui-bctte- s, cig-urott- o, dol-ica- to bo-fo- ro I t i i i I ij - i I in-p- i. tWna. a- - 4w.' &&L',&ii'iJ- - . -- -'. JH'xm' .Mb- -, aefitSf EKTISffl nv? ... rjb: 13 gr I It lag P h r probably rain and Nj Election Yesterday and None Posslblo "Snow House elections committee, No. 1, contoet warmer Friday," read yesterday's weaths This Session. will take up tbo er dispatch. Frankkoiit, March 12, 3 p. m.- - The case March 27. mediDr. A. V. Small, who was the Stanford, Kt., March 13, 1896 scenes of yesterday wore not repeated, cal director of the Confedaracy, is dead Bad Fall. While descending a small ilight of Btepa Wednesday Mrs. G. B. nor was there any attempt at revolutionatSedalia, Mo. Cooper Blipped, and falling, broke the ary methods. The republicans refused Mrs. Lafayette Geen, sister of Mre. W. P. WALTON. large bone of her left wrist. One of her to vote and thuB broke a quorum. Gov. W. O. P. Breckinridge, died at her homo ankles was also sprained and her sufferin Grayson county. Worthington ruled that 70 must be presings have been intense. Ollio Johnson, a little girl at ent and voting to constitute it. Neither whose heart is on the right 8inck Ellis killed Murphy and Saunparty can muster that number and thore Bide of her body is dead. ders declined to accept the position, can be no election this Bession. The Ojngrepsman Hunter has introduced Junction City has been without n marGoadkd by Mr, Woooford Q. Dunlnp's vote a bill to appropriate $75,000 for a public shal, but the council liaB choson W. M. stood: Blackburn 51, withdrawal from the contest for Kaufbuilding at Bowling Green. of bolice, Lebanon, to Yowell, 12, Buckner 1. man's sent aud the taunt that the House At Bowling Green, 0., thieves actu- tho office, and he is there now considerLet Low Prices be the Guiding Star that leads all wise buyers to seemed Afraid to decide the question, AKNOWLKuaiousHcnbbler ally stole a safe They carried it a mile ing tbo question of acceptance. in the Louii-vilthe republicans cot themselves together the Post, who locates himself at & little into tho country and blew it open. Wednesday, and ignoring Dunlap'a let The fact that Danks, the jeweler, assiscross roads hamlet iu Boyle county callDr. Rhoads, accused of poisoning a ter, proceeded to Bottle the contest in ed Congressional farmer in DAviees county, bo that ho ted Mr. J. N. Menefue to auction offsonto Falconer, speaks of the his favor. No sooner than the Senate jewelry Monday, has led sorno to believo contest in this district a a colt race, says could marry his wife, was acquitted. heard of the action, it fired Drs. Walton great prepsure in being brought to bear Jockey Isaac Murphy left all his that he is preparing to leave Stanford, Another Broadslidc of Special Opportunities thrown across your path and James and then "hell broke loose in thinking tho jewel on Col. W. G Welch to become a candi property to his wife, whom he named as the unknowing g and Satisfaction Giving" Stock Dixie," as they used to say. Some how date, ry belonged to him. Such is not tho case-w- by our Wonderful that some are trying to get Gov. e tecntor. His estate ia valued at f 50,000, or other James had Blipped into the McCreary of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, are glad to say. Mr Hanks is a fixture to reni on his declaration and Damage to tho extent of $100,000 House chamber while the process of unHarding killed was done in Christian and adjoining in Stanford aud should he decide to run again, that Robert seating was going on in the Senate, but himself by a remark and couldn't carry counties by Sunday night's wind storm, leave he will give our readers due notice Walton did not attempt to run the gaunt- Boyle county, By the way he that Judge Breckinridge's Judge Scott decides that jailers are through these columns. let of the mob. Dtinlup started to do so, froe silver views disposes of him and that entitled to no compensation for waiting has no cluo yet to the thief who got his but Jack Ohinn and his crowd looked Rollins Burnain, a Madison county re- on examining courts in criminal or oth- watches after breaking his window. unusually ugly and Wood decided that publican, will wear Gov. McCreary' s er CBHeS. At the solemn hour of midnight Tues discretion waa the better part of valor. shoes. Tbo further suggestion is made Frank demons, ago 00, was sen- diy Constables Benedict ann Bailey After a long contest over which clerk that the youngsters, who are now in the tenced at Jackson to 15 years' imprison Jailer G. W. DeBorde and asked should call the roll, it was decided that lead, haven't the wind to carry them to ment for killing Colley Whitaker, loot aroused him to give apartments to one Jim Pres the clerk of each body should call its the finish, if there is more than one beat, October. ton, a white man, charged with Htenlins Deputy Collector O. W. Thompson members. The names of Walton, James and that a quarter dash. This rubbish is a gentle klne from a West End farmer, and KaufTman wtre not called and the decidedly unfair to the youngsters, espec found five barn-l- of illicit brandy hur- Pryor Kautlimtn. The clever jailer republicans refusing to vote, broke the ially ono of them, and the only regularly led in tho carden of Beuton SL'iriey, of kept him till yesterday, when he waa quorum, the ballot resulting: Blackburn announcod candidate. This section will Tomkinsville. of a bank tried before Squ're Bailey, who after J. E. Crandall, president 54, Carlisle 10, Buckner 1. The chair givealoval support to Mr. John Sam hearing the testimony, held him in 50. announced that there was no election Owsley, Jr., and any alleged effort to a Johnson City. Tenn., was sentenced Preston had neither friends nor money, and the most exciting session of any leg- force others into the fight against their to eight years' imprisonment for swear so he was returned tnthe calaboose. ing to falso returns. islative body ever held in Kentucky was will, is untrue and misleading. In Pike couuty John Wright atdeclared adjourned. En Wn ki.nson is iii a peck of trouble. Editor S. G. Boyle, of the Lexington tempted to murder a witness in a case on The joke we published in regard to his Elsewhere in this issue will be found Morning Herald, says he rather doubts trial, and a reward of 200 has been of- shop having the appearance of a barroom a letter from Consul John H. Miller, who that his brother, St. John, is a free silver-it. fered for his arrest. reached the eea of a Casey county man writes from the far off Falkland Islands, John Quincy Abbott, of who is not on the beet of terms with him if he ia it is due to ignorance on but Mattings and Oil Cloths a Specialty. Sec 'our line beurging tbo raising of funds by ex the subject, fot "what he doesn't know Morgan couuty, O., has been convict d and he spread broad cast that Kd was it fore you buy. soldiers to build a monu- about politics and political questions of soliciting a bribe to vote for a bill be- Billing whisky. A relative of his proConfederate ment to one of the grandest men Ken- would fill n very large volume. He is fore the legislature. nounced it a lie and there came near be Leave your order with us for Clothing and Shirts of all kinds toj be tucky has produced, Gen. Frank Lane posted on legal questions and railroad The republican committeo of theSev- - ing blood shed. For the benefit of those Made to Order. Wolford. The letter is a good one and management, to a degree hardly excelled nnth Congressional district will meet at who wouldn't know a joko if they met it we trust our exchanges generally will in Kentucky, but probably has nover Frankfort today to select delegates to the in the road, we will that the Item copy it for the good of the csubo and devoted an hour's study to any political St. Louis convention. originated in an exbarkeeperstoringhis suggest that money eent to Col. T. P. question since be left college. IgnorAt Ottawa, O., Barney Noise cut his fixtures in Wilkini-on'shop. Hill, Stanford, who heads the list with ance especially on the currency question, son's arm oil while the little Hicks hit her hard this time, lie said $100, will be applied to perpetuating the always leads to free silverism or fiatism, fellow was trying to steady a stick of A: URHANSKY & CO., Proprietor, memory of the man who did so much for and a close study of the subject as surely wood his father was Bplittmg. that a period of rain and snow storms inof the soldiers of leads all clear minds to the single standand cause many would occur at this time the Harry Edwards, aped 14, waa T. D. RANEY, Manager. the Lost Cause. The inscription suggest ard." Good for Samuel. He never stated stantly killed while out with a serenad- atmospheric disturbances, aud lo they Branch Stores. ed by Mr. Miller for the monument is a truth more concisely than in the last ing party at Owensboro. He was fool- came with a vengeance. Wednesday and Paris, Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrcnccburg, Cynthiana, peculiarly appropriate and tender. The sentence, nor ever told the truth more ing with a pietol which he thought was yesterday, the weather clerk seemed to Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Frankfort, Elizabeth try how many kinds he could give us in response to the cause ought to be both fully than when ha Bays that St. John is empty. At Danville, va., ueorge r.vane, me a stated time and he broke all rpcords.for town, Ky., and Mauckport, Ind. general. liberal and a republican because of ignorance and negro convict, who killed a deputy ser- it rained and it snowed, it froze and it geant, put a revolver in his mouth and Kentucky and democracy owes much prejudice. killed himself, when ho wm about to be blowed, then it would quit all a while, to the life and service of Senator Rozel the sun he would Bmile, and then as if currency plank of the platform captursd. The Weissinger. He waa a man of unswerv- adopted by Hon. G. 0. Lockhart, of Paris died aahamed and for fear he'd be blamed, the Ohio republicans is a mising integrity and honesty of convictions, at a Cincinnati hospital where ho was would throw us in dashnees again. Tho erable straddle, intended to suit all class- onoiated on for appendicitis. He was and to him ia due more than to any other es. The Commercial-Gazett- e doesn't one of the moBt prominent lawyers in mercury was down to "3 yesterday mornfailure of the free silveritea one man the ing and if all the snow that fell had hesitate to say it fa not only ambiguous, Central Kentucky. to foist upon uaa man, who spits upon Miea Fonie Foyble struck Jack stuck it might now be six feet deep. Aa adopted solely because it ia ambig- but State platforms and splits the party for uoua. The republicans are evidently as Stone, a student at Hindman, with an it is a pretty heavy thickneesof the windhis own selfish ends. The blind followers much torn up on the currency quesition ax handlo because, as she claims, he cir- ing sheet envelops the earth. Imculated scandalous reports about her, of Blackburn abused, villified, threaten- as the democrats. and he will probably die. Mad dogs have played havoc in tl e ed and cursed him, but he was immovaSix out of 10 battles were won by to his bed Kentucky birJa in an all night cocking Walnut Flat section during the past and it is told that among bis last ble R. L. Mammon is confined The 10th fight week. Four persons were bitten and In the line main near Maysville. words was a request made to Senator by an operation, bo his paper, the ol Wall Paper, Picture Mouldings, Window Shades, Glass, a a number of sheep have gone mad as a rewas won Stephenson that he would vote for Mr. Sayings, says. It doesn't say was a battle royal, which pittinga. bv 27 Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Artists' Material, Brushes of all kinds, and MayBville rooster after sult of a mad canine's bite. About two Carlisle at every ballot that shall be what the operation is or waa for, but we 0. M. Cooper, a wealthy merchant of papers, whose hope it is nothing more serious than an PaintBville, and superintendent of aSun- - weeks ago a puppy belonging to Mr. I, S, Ready Mixed Paints for every purpose is to go to Danville and sec taken. The Lou'sville editors know bis worth, are loudest in attempt of the editor to prove that the dayBchool, is on trial in the federal Pnillipn was bitten by an unknown dog praise of the dead statesman, and with- new tangled disease called appendicitis, court at Louisville for collusion with and Monday it showed signs, of mild"Wid" Hall, who ia serving a term in out regard to party affiliations pay is a fraud and that there is no such a the nenitentiarv for using tho United ness. Tuesday it bit two of Mr. Phillips' children, Katie and Tommy, agednire tribute to his memory. thing as the appendix. States mailn to swindle merchants. and six respectively, and then going to Next door to Farmers National Hank, Main Street, and examine one ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Mr. B. Chancellor'-- ) house, a mile die of the Largest and Best Selected Lines ever offered in Central KenJ. Mort RorawKLL is getting a good We spent an hour or two boiling down deal of advertising on account of his the long free turnpike law into a half tint, bit hie eon, Vent, and little daugh- tucky. J. II. Bauohman & Co. have rented ter, Anna. Tie bit s amounted to little, letter claiming that St. John Boyle said column and the Marion Falcon swoops house adiertised by Mrs. P. P. Nun but believing the dog whp mad, the chilhe could not support the republican down upon it and carries it proudly off the nelley and it will be occupied by Mr dren were brought to Mra. Lewis sound money platform. Mr. Davie, who in ita talons as if it had done it all. But U. 8. Traylor, their new engineer. on Lower Mfln street, and her Mr. Rothwell claims, heard the remark, Buch is life. .Some work while others mad etoue was applied. It adhcml to says he does not remember it, Mr. Boylo play and then get the credit, or rather 4 o'clock yesterday afMarriaoe. At Bars he does not know the young man fail to give credit to whom credit is due. ternoon Mr. Manley W. Tyree and Mies Vest Chancellor's and Katie I'liiiiiptT and Senator Weissinger, the other allegBessie Montgomery drove down to Rev. wounds, but those of tho other two had The Rhode Island democrats have A. V.Sizemore'sond were quietly mar- no efiVct on the wonderful little etone. ed witness, is dead, bo Mr. Roth well's Seeding time is nowjright at handjjwe havc.a large stock of word stands unsupported, but we will nominated a candidate for govornor and ried by that gentleman. After the cere- The children nre all doing well anil their warrant that he has stated the facta. The other State offices, but they stand no mony they drove out to the bride's parents are not much alarmed Four McXin-ne- y, doga belonging to Mr. Chancellor were republican papers are abusing him, more show than a snow ball does in mother's, W. A. Mrs. charging that he is a scrub and a falsifier, hades. The smallest State in the Union and remained over night. The a'so bitten by tho pup, and notwithwhich of itself is prima facie evidence is not under a republican form of gov- bride is a petite blonde of 18 and 'a standing that gentleman's fondness for Embracing all of the most popular and approvcd"kinds. Wc handle that the gentleman from Garrard has ernment. quite an accomplished young lady, while his pels, he killed them all. nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine industrious, clever gentold the truth. Jack Chinn is the greatest man in the groom is an our stock before buying. Prices all right. The season is getting at NKW AHYKBT1HKHKNTH ' Kentucky. But Jor him and bis knife, tleman, at present a photographer The Louisville Post presents a four short and we are offering special inducements tocloscout a niceT'linc Clinton, Tenn., whither they will go in column cut of Secretary John G. Carlisle the rads might have done something at a few days. of Buggies and Surreys. and a page of matter enumerating bis Frankfort Wednesday. That knife of The entrance to Danks' store, from merits aa a statesman and his achieve- bia is surely a success aa a harmonizer or W. L. WITHERS, Salesman. which were stolen five Rold watches a ments as a public officer and declaring rather as a pacificator. by breaking few nights ago, was made that he ia democracy'a choice for U . S, The constitutional limit of the LegisSenator. Mr. Carlisle is easily the first lative session will be reached next Tues- the plate glass window with a paling man in Kentucky as well as the nation, day and absolutely nothing baa been from the Presbyterian church yard fence, and this unholy and unexpected perverand we would not only like to Bee him done. An extra session eeems inevita- sion of church property provokes the given the highest elected Senator, but ble, but Gov. Bradley Bays he will not following linea from a learned limb of office in the gift of the people. call it. the law, who permits the muses to quietNorman, having been ly woo him, when not engaged In solvEvery 244 of the citizens of Louisville, counting men, women and children, have forced out of politics, will continue to ing intricate legal questions or receipting to support a saloon. That is there are 801 raise sbeol by making whisky. He baa to clients for fees: The church and State re separate whisky ahops there and all appear to do purchased an interest in tho McBrayer The church is free ol guile. a good business. Perhaps if the city au- distillery. Fenced off, from worldly things, It It thorities would tax them heavier and Id orthodoxtl style. NEWSY NOTES. other more legitimate enterprises leta The State abounds in wickedness And Prices as Low as Any One Can Make Them. And disregard ol right, tnre would be more business done o Mattie Pearl, a woman of shady steal Absolutely Pure. And midnight prowlers break and value to the city and barkeepers would repute, shot and killed herself at OwenB-borUpon our streets at night. go to work or to jail. bave to A cream of tartar baking pow A worldly shop of worldly wares Will tempt the worldly thief, der. Highest of all in leavening An Alabama woman, while dying Next door to Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. ia The Cincinnati Commercial-GazettAnd worldly lore of worldly Ume of burns, saw her babe devoured by strength. Latest United States Of worldly sin is chief; so elated over the fact that McKinley baa Government Food Report. But the Deacons and the Elders, already secured solid delegations from bogs. To guard from worldly sin, The flrBt train passed over the the CO., Ohio and Kansas, that it asserts that he Keep tho holy house ol worship & N. 10a Wall Street, New York. nominated on the first ballot if Shelby villa extension of the L. will be With palings strong fenced In. not by acclamation. It does begin from Tueedav. 0. E. Smith, of Richmond, Va., has liut lo, alas the times have ehanged, reports from the States, which have electSince adopting the Cash System I am enabled to Reduce Prices The church to thieves lends aid, bouRbt 40,000,000 feet of oak lumber in ed delegates, that the great protectionist The fence that kept the robber oat Kentucky. Until April 15th I make this unprecedented on Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Metal will be first and the rest nowhere. Roofing, Goes on a robbing raid. offer: Jesse Eastman has just died at old church house, Lath, Shingles, Red Fence Flooring, Siding, Ceiling, Etc. I carry a The paling round the after being confined to his bed j THIS COUPON with TWO DOLLA11S It la throe montha till the convention Where go up pious thanks, full btock of every thing found in a first class Lumber Yard, and is gcod until April ij, 1896, lor Has resigned its post or duty yet it ia said that Gov. Morton's for 30 years. by and helps in robbing Danks. And selling for Cash Only I am enabled to make prices lower than have of the annexaThe boom for the presidency ia costing him jOne Dozen $3 It tired of its timeless watch ever been offered here. $12,000 a week. If the highest office in tion of Texas to the United States will Out in the bleak and cold At Earp's Gallery ia Stanford. the country is for sale Levi may be able be celebrated in an exposition at Dallas Acd went, in robber hands, to gain "I J Give i a call. A.J. KARP. in 1897. which will cost i4.000.000. A timing watch of gold. to get it, if bia funds bold out. Jtwi-WEFKL- Y Interior Journal Denny-Owen- m It Will Pay You to EIGHT - PAGES Hop-kinsvill- m Head Tbis Tuiiee. LOUISVILLE STORE 'Value-Receivin- to-da- y Oar-lisl- e ex-chi- ef la m o-- 8 o Dress Goods, Fancy Goods and Notions. a e, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Boots, Hats and Caps. or y a m m THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STAMTOBD, K?.f Best Goods, Lowest Prices. The Way to Get What You Need to prove Your House Har-rodsb- urg ed A. E. GIBBONS, "The BEST is Always The CHEAPEST." Dud-dernr'- -- LOOK HERE I Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Corn Cutters, &c. royai b. b:. wuAHaar. Spring Suits! H. J. McROBERTS. I Ex-Audit- or POWDER Beautiful Patterns, Latest Styles. Reduction In Prices -- o. e boyal:baking powdee I $3 FOR $2. g, semi-centenn- ial Cabinets, A. C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. ft l.M..-- , 1w r In. '.'' 'timHtirwJmrmitr&i v.-- ph.hY. JiftMlt, sitWpwi .; taJHMb--a ..-- . -- U f'tUmi IJMWWP -- TT - jemi-Week- ly Interior Journal Ky Makcii 13, 1890 Srvrinn Danks'. nnprA annrda m m of T)anVn' Ski'aijatk padlocks (or bracelets at BrANFORD, (ggm&K i K. C. Walton, Business Manager Tub Senate tins confirmed tlio nomination of J. M. Young to lio postmaster at London. This ia the last week on chamber sets. repmr work will be Bent to the city, thorNew Yoiik seed potatoes, onion sets, oughly and accurately done and returned a and garden seeds of all kinds in bulk and to you without any extra charge. Drug and Jewelry Store. packages. Warren & Shanks. Pen-ny'- Wk are temporarily without a watch If you want thpm at your own price repairer, but during his nbeenco your come. Farris it Hardin. PERSONA! POINTS. M. T. J. iIatciikk is very ill BLkd-oc of Danville, Kentucky. trouble. Mn. Wk ha.ve constantly on hand cannel and bituminous nut coals for cooking kidney purposes. J. II. Baughman & Co. ' K NEW Spring : : - Stock NOW ON SALE. Wc arc ready with a big stock of new goods bought from first hinds at lowest prices cash can get. Our stock represents many weeks of hard work, searching the East for the newest and best styles and lowest prices. We don't intend to lose any Lincoln county trade. Wc have the goods you will want and wc ask you only to give us a chance to show you them. Our line of DRESS GOODS Is larger than for some years. At 25c yard we show you 20 new styles of new wool novelty Dress Goodi. At 39c and 50c we show as many pieces of finer Dress Goods. A hundred styles of high class Dress Goods in l'laids, Scotch mixtures, Persians, Mohairs. Crcpons, &c, at 75c, S5C, $1 and $1.25 and on up to $ yard. These arc the very latest ideas from Paris and Berlin and arc not what you will sec at home. BLACK DRESS GOODS Wc have at least one hundred picccs Is one of our great specialties.' representing all the popular weaves and a great many of black goods, novelties never out until this Spring. AH prices from 25c to $4 yard. SILKS For Dresses, for waists, for skirts, for trimmings. Not for years has there been such a silk season as the one before us. Wc arc ready for it. Wc have plain colored and blackin China, Taffeta and Satin both plain and brocades. 45 picccs pure Kaiki wash silks at 25c. 15 picccs choice style Taffeta silks for waists and dresses at 50c yard, and a great line of genuine "Printed wash Taffetas" at 75c, S5C, $1, 51.25, $1.50 and $2. More than any two houses in this section can show. Print cd warps arc made by printing the design on the warp of the silk and weaving in the wiftaftenyards, giving a peculiar, indistinct, shadowy look to the figures and a beautiful sheen to the whole fabric. They arc imitated in surface prints but the genuine speaks for itself. We have over 50 designs in the genuine t DRESS TRIMMINGS Velvets in all the new shades to trim the fancy silks and woolens. Ribbons in every width of plain satin and a full line of exquisite designs in printed warp ribbons at 35c, 50c and 75c yard. New spangle bands in black and Persian colors, the leading trim of the season. Jetted net and band bands, fancy waist ornaments and buttons, new laces and collars and in fact all the latest ideas. UPHOLSTERY. Lace Curtains from 50c pair to 511.50. Damask and Chenille from $ to 5 10 pair. Furniture and curtain Brocades from 50c to $6 yard. New printed Corduroys for furniture coverings at 75c yd. New Cretonnes from I2j4c to 85c yatd. Be sure to sec the novelties in this department when you come to see us. Por-tierrcs OTHER LINES We want to mention in detail, but can not this time, arc Spring wraps, separate Skirts, new Lace Collars and Vails, Kid Gloves, which we fit on, Peerless Hosiery, Ladies' Shoes and wash goods'. On all these we lead in low prices and variety. Rhino your chickens, ducks, turkejs and geese to I. M. Bruce'u livery stable Mas. J. II. Ykaokr went to Louisville and gel the highest market cash price. Tuesday to see her husband-Man- , Wk must insist on thope indebted to J. 0. McOlary has returned from -3 ub settling at once, as we are anxious to a weok'a stay with relatives in Mercer. Mns. Kate Koiikut, of Crab Orchard, close our business and must do it. has been visiting Mrs. Elfzbeth IlipiriB. Hughes A Tate. Mu. and Mna. B K. Wkahk.v went Frank Kllim is Btill at the Myers over to Lexington Tuesday to visit rela House and is not doing so well. His tives. wound has been giving him much pain Squihk W. II. KiN.VAiiii), of Lancas for several days. Fm w u! ter, took the train hero yesterday for m EareciAL attention is directed to the 3 ft 'A M i Loulsvillo. extract which we print in this issue of Mu. am) Mas. T. J. Fobtkr are visiting their chlldten, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gov. McCreary's speech against free silver coinage. Read and n fleet on it, you Metcalf, at Wllmore. flood the country with cheap G.ii'T. T. K. Uinu returned yesterday who would money from a visit to relatives in Virginia and Tennessee. Tub trusttoe of the jury fund, Mr. Mina Nannie Adki.k Fklanu, of StanGeorgo L. Penny, tells ub that the cost of ford, is visiting Miss Jeane Felaud. juries at the late term of court was f i Pantagraph. Rich a considerable less than usual. He had Kkv .1. J. Halkv, of Oynthiana, was no money to meet the amount, however, h'Ue ttiiri week visiting his son, Mr S. C and does not know when ho will have. Half), the law student. What fools these mortals be, especially Mibs Moi.uk Blkdrtt succeeded in some of the female mortals. New York raising a Kindergarten Glass, which she society women now affect what is called teaches daily at the College. Mn. Manlkv Tviikk, of Clinton, Tenn., the Duse eyelid, which gives a half is visiting his mother, Mrs. N. A. Tvree. dreamy, half idiotic expression to the fairest face. Duse is an Italian emotional His returned with him. actress. Mk. K Biibmkr's wife presented him with a flne boy Wednesday and they say Speaking of stingy men, Tommy Ball it is just the imago of its clever father. tells us that when he lived in the country Mn. J. F. Cummins and tho county he had a neighbor who bought a clock judge weDt to Frankfort yesterday to which for fear of wearing out, he only Btraighten out tho Senatorial complica- let run on Sundays. The rest of the tion. week he told the time by a crack in the Mua. James A. Pickett, of Shelby, is floor if the sun was shining. the guest other daughter, Mrs. Will Burned to Death. A letter received Carpets, Window Curtains, Polls, and a General Supply of almost Severance, at her pretty homo in the any thing you can think of, and all at yesterday by Mr. J. N. Menefee from suburbs. Mh. andMiw. 0. II. PAiMKRre at Hct Cairo, Mo., tells of the burning to death Springs for the benefit of Mr. Paine'a of Mrs. Wm. Campbell. Mr. Campbell rheumatism, which has much improved moved from the May wood section to Missouri abcut two years ago and has under the treatment. Misses Ada Faiira, Maude Robinson, many friends in this county, who will Call in to see me when you are in town. Bessie and Jennie Burnside and Pattie regret to hear of his great loss. Bcazley, of Lancaster, will arrive this He came not. It was reported at Lanevening to be guests of Miss Susan Rout. caster Tuesday that Snpt. Lewis Hood Mn. Geo. 0. Givkns went to Lexingwould arrivo at 4 o'clock to hear the ton yesterday and while he is gone pleas of the people for an improvement Misses Lillian Forsythe, of Mercer, and Hustonville, KyJ iu the train service. The band boys put The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Birdie Givens are staying with Mrs. Giv on their uniforms, got their instruments ens. and stood waiting at the depot, with Mr. John Blain suffered another several to welcome the stroke of paralysis a few days ago and coming guest. But alas, he came not and was unconscious for several hours. It the musicians were so mad they wouldn't looked an if he would not recover, but even play Capt. Kirby a tune. ho rallied and was much better yester day. Cooke's Sarsai'ahilla, The proprieCaspkrO: Williams, Esq., a legal lu tor of this meritorious remedy, Mr. James We proprose to tninary from Mt. Vernon, was here yes T. Cooke, of HarrodBburg, was hero this If you get to our house in the next two weeks. terday. Asked if he was a candidato for week, advertising it and placing it on make the welkin ring with Low Prices. We are determined to come Congress, he said that that was a leading sale at the drug stores. He is a hustler to the end. Now is the time for all cash buyers. question, but added that he had the mat as well as a public benefactor for in the tir under advisement. short time he was here he had a copy of Mrs. William Gbbk went to Cincin his paper, the "Courant," placed in nati Tuesday to make herself more profi overy house. Mr. Cooke is thoroughly cient in the tailor system of cutting and reliable and what he says may be detitling. On her roturn about the 25th pended on. Read his confidential letter sho will open n drees making establish in another column. ment in the store with Mrs. Kate Dud- Our enterprising furniture dealer and derar. undertaker, Mr. W. W. Withers, is In mentioning the candidacy of J. S. Owsley, Jr, for Congress, the Shelby branching out. He has rented a store What do you want ? If its Shoes, Clothing, Dress Goods, White News adds that he in h prominent attor- room at Corbin and about the 20th will Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Bed Comforts, Lace Curtains, Hosiery, ney at (ho Stanford bar, and is in every fill it with furniture and undertaker's Gloves, or whatever it is way qualified to (111 with satisfaction the goods. Mr. T. M. White, of this county, oliico he seeks. He will bo in Shelby who has bad considerable experience as county to meet with our people as soon a salesman, will have charge. We commend both of the gentlemen to tba good as his official duties will permit. people of Corbin and believe they will receive the liberal patronage they de- And it goes, for ve are determined to wind up this business. Come CITY AND VICINITY. serve. and see for yourself. White seed oats (or sale. J. U. Baugh-maTiik Delsarte entertainment to be givA Co. en under the direction of Mies Harriet Garden, seeds. Craig & Uocker Cash K. Glascock, the accomplished artist and Druggists. reader, promises to be the fashionable Bio line of plows and wagons at Farris event of the season. Drills and rehearDON'T THINK US sals are held each day and will be till & Hardin's. night of the performance, March 20. Sample lot saddles at wholesale prices, the The program will be: at Uiggins & McKinney's. 1. Wedding. En costume. 2, Hoop -:a big line, at low prices to drill. 3. Violin solo. 4. Delsarte panTrunks, tomime, Miss Glascock. 5. Baby eong. close out. Farris & Hardin. 6. Attitudes. 7. Reading by Miss GlasDanks, the Jeweler, is having great cock. 8. Scarf fantastics. 0. Pantomime, But we want your trade. We buy these gpods to sell to you and success in fitting spectacles. Bachelors' sale. 10. Closing figures. (1) our success in building up a good business depends on whether or Fountain. (2) Foot of the cross. (3) Bold for cash or exchanged for all Coal Pyramid. (4) The surrender. (5) Buri- not you will trade with us. kinds of grain and feed. J. H, Baugh- al. (6) Rescue. (7) Awakening. man & Co. The music will be in charge of Mies Something new in a cook stove at Aagie Ballou. Higgins & McKinney. Nothing like it in Following are the young ladies, who Stanford before. will assist in making the entertainment a Buccess: Mary Bruce, Mattie Bosley, H. 0. Ruley fa receiving a very We offer more advantages than any House in this section. Kate Alcorn, Margaret Bright, Pearl line of Spring suitings. Call in Burnside, Nora Moreland, Nannie Van- " and got first pick. you want in Dry Goods, Clothing, in Fayette. m m m J. S. is visiting relatives a iZ BwSsf) &W rii Jin fcteJHi iJ m a J n 2 3 i - B lj two-week- 's m 71-J- , 11 1 11 SHOES I & Smith Stoughton's Men's Shoes. Drew, Selby & Co.'s Ladies' and and Misses' Shoes. Rock Bottom Prices ! CHARLES WHEELER, spell-binde- m You Are Lucky This Stock Shall be Closed Regardless of Results. WE HAVE IT. n HUGHES & TATE. - TOO PERSISTENT. ' We D,on't Ask You to Do This for Nothing1. 1. hand-som- e elry repairs. We will guarantee work. Danks, the Jeweler. Wanted. Your watch, clock and jew- our Danville, Kentucky. Lincoln ia hardly in it with Boyb and Madison in bank deposits, but she sees Mercer county's $217,147.20 and goes her about $25,000 better. We are offering many inducements to ladies who want to do Spring sewing now. New percales, satteens, penange, etc., etc. Severance & Son. ms&mm. tM Emma Owsley, Janie Feland, Lillie Pey ' Shoes. 2. Stock always complete, as we get new goods every day. ton, Lena Bruce, Myrtle Hughes. Prices always low as money can buy them. 4. A child can buy The following are the little tots, who 3. will take part: Josephine Hayden, An- them as low as those who are potted'. 5. It there is anything new nie Peyton, Anna Cook, Lucile and Clara we make every effort to get it and usually do if anybody does. Cooper, Rosa Jones, LaGrande Jones, Commence with this the first of Spring and give us an opportunity Katie Mershon, Maude Yarnon, Mabel McRoberts, Emma Hayes, Virginia to show how much a dollar will buy. Bourne, Mary and Susie Vanirsdale Ella Nowland.Sodie Alcorn, Kate Walton Waters, Myrtle and Roberta O'Bannon, Virginia Warren. l'Diroi viata muiouuU Atua&wj We have what Carpets and SEVERANCE & SON. u &!. .,J:- ft - ''V'-- -- - - '' ". Uj.. Tk-V, St tl , jsj ints j2j&t-i- - . . . . rf V- f " ... 'f, "Tw-'- " Semi-Week- ly Stanfobd, W. Free Silver coinage Who Will Be the Beneficiaries Under It. it . Gov. McCreary In a Speech Before Congress, tho gation against a debtor would call on tho debtor for immediate payment, and if ho faile 1 to pay, suit would bo instituted, beKy., March 13, 1890 cause free colnago of silver would mean that tho silver dollar would come to its bullion value in our country, as it has in every other, country, and the holders of P. WALTON. givernnient bonds and the holders ol Ititli vidual notes or uroinics to nay would de sire to collect tho amount due bofore the nnv Congress could pass tho free coinage liw The credit of our government would be greatly impaired, if not destroyed, and no individual could borrow money or get an extension uulevs he promised to pay in gold, and thus free coinage would bring gold contracts, values would be so much disturbed, businoss so interrupted, capital so alarmed and enterprise so crushed that, fanners, wage earners and business men would bis tho principal victims and tiieir injuries can not be estimated. InteriorIourkbi THE TOOTH OF SIVA. 11Y OKOKOi: O. rAKQL'HAK. ' j "I reckon this trip is a downright fnllllr. " nvnln tt.mtl Tiltttu TT.t.it.,, !. rjfaijv ns lie sat with his friend )r Worrall, in their tent one night, after a ten hour' stnlk in the desolate region at the foot of tins Himalayas. "I vote Ave give it up ns a bad job and make tracks homeward." "We'vo been unlucky, lhitl all," returned Dr. Worrall "Them are yaks about, for we came across MioJr 'spoor up tho lake. Halloo, Louis, what's that thing'.'" Louis had pulled out his chronometer as he was speaking, and the doctor's eye chanced to catch the gewgaw that dangled from the chain. "This?" replied Louis, nonchalantly. "Oh, it's a little present 1 had from I'ollardlwfore he leftCalcutta. Xcitltcr nluablo nor Aery ornamental, but I keep it in memory of him." Tho object which Dr. Worrall now scrutinized with home degree of curiosity was a eonieal-hhnpepiece of green jade, about an inch in length: from the base of It projected a short fctrip of tarnished metal, aud through this metal a hole had been bored. Dr. Worrall looked long and carefully ut to-da- Singling out their animals, Dr. Wor-rai- l and Louis flrod together. Tho alarmed volts broku nn in disorder. most of them stampeding up the val- ley, wliilo three only and one of theno evidently uounded badly burst nwny in the opposite direction. Dr. Worrall fHOW(,d by the two Hindoo servants. rus,ie otcr tho bowhUvm In tho hope of heading tho larger herd at the neck of the hollow, and bo of getting nnother shot at them. Louir on the other hand, elected to pursue pell-me- ll EGGS AND POULTRY. Shin them to hx. Wenr In n portion t: make It ilecliletlly to your Interest to do o. We handle every thintr ralstd on n rami on commHslon no l you how nny thltijr to sell, avail yourself or our service. Wp do nn immense business ntnt have more. hitters than other u munii-niionura houses, correspondence nn lieu, rricc currcnia uk HERNDON-CARTE313-01- R CO. (incorp'd), Tho Lending Commission Merchants, 0 Murroll Court and 110 Third Street, LOUISVILLE, KY. y the. bull ho had wounded, which, from its labored llight, he saw mutt soon drop of exhaustion. Handing his gun to Chuta Sen, and ordering that worthy to keep close nt his heels, ho broke out into n run east want. "Look, Kahili!" cried the shikari, "Yaks make for the mil. pointing. tab. We cut off corner this way." "Is this our path?" exclaimed Louts, UNDERTAKING! J, C. M'CI-iSLHHV- Y il t- -t who, lininpcritl with the gun, had once OURCOIWTY ITSOKAND carry a nice line ol Harness. Saddle s. Hridlcs, Huggy Robes, iiioro tnken up the rear, "inks soon Also SITION AMO.NO NATIONS. Horse lll.tnkcts, Whips, &c pa.ss below. Haste, sahib, haste!" Such a Mr. Chairman, I am admonichod that Effect Tolls Louis needed no urging. Down the Room opposite Court House Squire, St inford, Ivy. Law. my time is about exhausted, and I (Jesire steep ho went recklessly enough, conto say before I close no have to-- 13 in the sidering that but six feet of stony ledge In his speech before the House on the United States more money than any other separated him from the brink of aguli HUYTHKOLDRKLIAHI.E. f rco silver coinage substitute for the bond country In the world. We liavs coined 300 feet shtvr over lowlders and tussaid in part: socks of coarse growth, where bill, Gov. McCreary slip more silver dollars in the last 17 years than of the foot would hate been fntil. has been coined by all the other nations' toDown, down now leaping, now Mr. Chairman: gether. In tho last 20 years, as shown by tho article. I have not time to present as the report of the Superintendent of the "Where did Pollard get it?" he asked, scrambling on all fours for fully ft. Son-aminutes. Then he stopiod dead, with Save Cost, Save Repair, Save Your Team and Plow your Ground fully as I desire my objections to tho a grave look on his face. - Census and tho Chief of the Bureau of Sta"Well, he came across it in this very blanched face. Ueforo. him nnd to his substitute, but I will take time to pre- tistics, the value of tho property in tho Right. neighborhood, I beliee. Plrhaps, 1 rlirht yawned eaernous depths; on sent some of the effects of tho frco and un- United States Ins increased from f.10 ought to say putting the fact into his left hand wn tho ierpendiculur limited coinage of silver in the United face of the mountain. The cliff path to 105,000,000,000. and the wealth plain Lngli.sh he stole it." States. Its financial etlect would be to of the United States is greater, according "I low did he become possessed of had ended. drive out of circulation the gold in our to tho report of Mulhall and Francois, it?" "What do you mean by choosing this route?" cried louls, angrily. "W'.j country, which now amounts to about "Oh, by some means or other he sethan any country In the world, Kngland get any farther. Let us go back, It will scour where others will not. Try one and if it don't suit you, According to tho Gresham law standing next and France third This cretly obtained access to a llrahmlu can't and to the experience of all countries in grand and glorious record should be sutli-- temple, iu which an elaborately jew- or wo hhnll miss the " don't keep it As be spoke ho turned wrnthfully the past, depreciated money hlways drives cicnt and we should not now5 attempt a eled image of Siva w as enshrined. The upon good money out of c rculation. Freo monetary experiment which many of the jade teeth of the idol Mere fixed into in his the shikari. Tho words choked throat. Half a doen twees eftheir sockets with golden screws, and coinage of ilver would have the samo best financiers and truest patriots think 1'ollard, desirous of having a memento him stood Chuta Sen- - half smilfect in the United States that it had in would bring disaster and hard times and of his hazardous enterprise, broke one ing, half scornful, wholly -- the loaded gun held at the. "preMexico and Peru, where gold ceased fo great injury to the business interests of our ' of the teeth off, and carried it away sent." circulate after free coinage was author- country with him. It wiut the act of an icono"I'eringhee," he said, n metallic rlnr ized The United States as a gold standard clast, a andal, but " in his loiee, "I wont the tooth the commerce of our country country stands in agriculture, commerce, "You don't mean to tell me," cried The foreign amounts to hundreds of millions of dol- manufactures, Christianity, education, art, Dr- Worrall, excitedly, "that this is the sacred tooth of Sla!" "Ah!" oJHCiiluted Louis, flinching belars por annum. Last year about scieucc, literature, inventions all that it I'oionoiu, lwiarairu loot fore the black imiizle. "That's it, is ".Now you mention it, I recollect from tho takes to make a grand ami glorious na-worth of products went l that was the nnine of the temple the it? So it was you who were prying farms of this country. Our commerce has ion - with the great gold standard coun- IShnrntru temple. round the tent lint whv notori- was you, too, last night; )ht1imh it - Receiving his to be carried on with money that is sound ties of France, Kngland, Germany, who attempted to rob us ous?" were and international and as good as gold and Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Chile and "It appears that the llhootanee.e while wetooth!" asleep." "Tho Chuta Sen our whole foreign commerce amounted others Does any patriot and lover of iiaAe n Kiocial regard for these teeth, last ye ar to over $1,400,000,000 The effect progress, improvement and advancement certain scores or inscriptions upon "(iheI me that and you go safe. If no. then shoot and take it." and .1 Perfect Fit G urantccl. Gue him a Call. j Goods; all Warranted of the free and i.nlimited coinage of sil desire that our country shall leave tho them being attributed to Hrnhniu's The lmnteriug tones in which Chutu commercial interest', proud position of equal and leader among own hand. It wui the double triangle veron our great Sen fijKike told Louis that he hud not cspecially if our gold coin ceased tn cir- the greater nations of the world and go cut into the face of this piece of jade to deal with a religious xptilot Indeed, that caused me to question you respect ruin-ouculate, would be paralyzing if not backward and join the BEST IN QUALITY ing it. A description of the missing the mere fact of the man's refraining MOST IN QUANTITY. silvei'Btandard countries of China, India, tooth was circulated throughout the from killing him without scruple mad There is another view to which I call Holivia, Peru and the nn district, the rajah of Waysnu offering that point sutflcicntly certain. No, tho earnest attention of the members of tionsof Afiica? a substantial reward for its recovery. clearly the shikari had in his mind tho thMIousc On the 23d of January, less Tho Senate has passed and sent to us a If you value your comfort and rafoty. reward offered by the rajah to therethan one month ago, 10 United States free coinage of silver substitute, which Louis, I uould adtisc you to get rid of storer of the purloined tooth. This Sonators who are the advocates of the free we me now considering. This should not the stone at the earliest opportunity. knowledge inspired Louis with some degree of hoi WHITE'S CREAM It would Ik Idle to e and unlimited and independent coinage alarm thecountrv r cause any uneasiness Many a fanatic would not count tho aid from Dr. Worrall, who at Unit of silver, and who represent silver produc- among the niivocates 01 soiinu money cost if he could only obtain possession moment was probably miliw nwny ; and ing States, signed a declaration which has There are nine silver States with apopu of the tooth, and many who are not yet Louis did not relish yielding'up hU fanatics would have little scruple FOR YEARS been widely published, in which they lmion not equal to thnt of the Statu of obout killing you for the sake of the without even the show of Has lud all WORM Romodloo. said: my ono course rvnnuncu " n"Kb'-- . jeward." New York, yet they have IS Senators and EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED,1 ONLY CTS. A YEAR? h niust temiwrizc with the fellow, We aro in favor of the free and unlim onlv 112 renrosentutives. while New York! "I hud no idea. I wan carry iuc such NOI.I) 11 V M.I. DKUUGINTM. of 1G to nnd if iiosslblu outwit him. ited coinage of silver at the ratio Trwmr4 l. has two Senators ami 34 representatives " dangerous article about with uie." re-- , mniABnot jiMiiiiM. u., r. torn. 1 by the independent action of the United "Look here," he. wild, nulllne the , ... ., .,.- - ...- - ...:ii 1... : loined IOtlis. with a luuirli. "Her it V States, and wo are in favor of a tariff which shall be sufficient to equalize the the ll.u,e.nd then the representatives of , L doctor, sud-- ' "The tiling of no value to You ifrnil inninpilv cot of production in the United States 1. . . ....!., ;ll lm It j rt b.-. ""J""VMra,ly Bitting up stiftlv. "Whnt was shall iao it if you put down thatgun." ? in European and Asiatic countries, and 1 "No, no," replied Chuta Sen, witrily. 2 the freo coinvge of thnt?" and that tho protection incident to such of more than to that 8 And nny one sending two yearly lie rose to his feet, strode pat the "Throw it to my feet, so I can pick It tarifT shall be equally distributed in every silver bv the United States alone has been up. Tho sahib must not mote till I subscribers at CO cts. each, gets a lection of the United States and between laid to rest during this sossion of Con- tent pole, and lifted the Hap of the FOR THE Sifls& the various products aud industries of gress tent. Tor a minute he looked keenly reach the top of the rooks, or I Inc. There I east the gun out the edge, ami each State. Copy One Year. NATIONAL, DK.MOCHATIC I'LATKOIIM NOT FOR out into the nitfht, listening. ....tlCS? that free coinage of silver Thi shows "I munt have been inistuken,"he said, Hum the sahib may catch mc if ho n vr2Mv2J FREE COINAOK. A.d. can." and protective tariff are moving hand in An paper and 9 long colThe last National democratio conven- returning. "I thought heard Htcalthj "Very well," said Louis, biting hN hand Free silver coinage is an obstruc- tion held at Chicairo voted down nn footBtepH in the grass. Hut there's no-- ' umns to a page, makes it the lip. "Hero it is." tion to international commerce. The tar- amendment offered by Mr. Patterson, of body about." The piece of jiulu dropped a couple "Tho wind among the leiiAes, thnt iff is also an obstruction to international Colorado, ,in favor of the free coinage ui wl(Jl a opined n of feet in front of tho wily hillsman. coinage of silver means silver No democrat cart consistently con wn8 . Free commerce. , H he erookfl his back in order to soUo in Size ! 1 think I'll turn ii,. i ' : c,tRL5iC'!-'- . protection to the- mine owners of the tend it, the gun in his right hand was neees- that the convention of 1S92 de l'm dead in West, the tnriff means protection to the dared for freo silver, forso far as that The doctor followed his companion's warily depressed for an istnnt, nnd in manufacturers of the Fast. on thnt example, nnd within half an hour tho Hint instant Louis had filing himself convention made a declaration Always Most Reliable for Facts, It is claimed that the interests of debt- subject it specifically refused to indorse twain were deep in slumber. How long upon the lwnt figure. The weapon fell ors demand tho free and unlimited coin- freesilFcr. A careful examination of nil Louifi hud slept he knew not iK'fopj with a clatter to the earth, mill the two Truth and Markets. FRAP3K LESLEY'S men grappled in fierce coufiict. age of silver Who me the target debt-- . the national deiuecintic platforms adupted ho awoke with u shher, the cold night To and fro thej swnyed iu mad striv.rs in our country 1 The United States since the democratic party wns organized nir beating full upon his face. And ings, now on the varge of the dizzy no wonder for there, not ayurtl from wos a little over i 900,000,000; Cities, will show that not one of them declared in hj head. Urn tent cloth whk dangling height, ami anon close preMd itgainst counties, municipalities owe about favor of the freo coinage of silver, hut that loose. While he wm dreamily debnt- -, tho udtiimmt fuce of the Ixi'tling crng. Family Newspaper iu United States U A n a- - A i .'AVA-building and loan associations every national democratic platform adopt- ing the means by which the cuiivih Suddenly the lithe shiinri hook himContains eacl M mth r Orl?la! Witter Color J for News, Intelligence, Fashions, 153,000,000; sa ing banks owe their de ed since 1SGS contains a declaration in facould lx? rcfastoned with the leant self fnt With a snarl of lmtrcd, th Prontlsplco , litOiurto I'ijm nt l.'itdlnt J positors over Sl.TUU.UW.uuu ami outer vor of bound or honest money. Another amount of exertion to himself, he trnw light of murder in his eyes, he rushrO c. uihi n .Matter, lt Household, General Miscellaneous IMnn'm. tlons; .More L.trraty .. tt r unj nii'tr. ; Louis with outstretched a hand thrust into the oMuing. Louis afresh iion banks owe their reporters about in Ai.irr't i tlons thnn unv uf'ir national democratic convention will be Reading Matter, Stories, etc. hnnds. The other sprang nf ide deftly, 2 J cts.; Near. and it is asserted that the bond-c- J held in few months and the declaration gnzed fixedly. The. cloth wns cautious-'and I huta Sen, unable to cheek his rnlfied, nnd now the moon's rays debt of the railroads of the United of that great convention will reverberate own IniiH'ttu, wrw inuuched o.er thu Frank Leslie's Pleasant Hours PAY TO AGENTS to 10,000,000,000 "Wo thus all over our country in favor offeound glistened upon a forearm which, proStates amounti truded into tin tent, swept gently edge of the narrow platform into space. FOR DOYG AND GIRLS. who the principal beneficiaries would money and opposed to the free and unlim- see from side to side, in nn out widening There camo the hiss of the falling body Double that of other papers. An A Ilrlght, Vliol"om. .Invrnlin Monthlr. bo if free coinage of silver was author- j ited and independent coinage of silver a wail a sickening thud wilten for Ji'iitirf Tmlr Uuilrnii'it 'Hi.excellent opportunity for those out nnd silence. leoilo cititiil)'-t- to it 10 Ik ; $1 a year. ized. Certainly no just and patriotic Louis rolled over noiselessly und I see my time has expired. In conciu-- j SEItD ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS TO Tnking up his gun, his face pallid, man would be willing to allow these debt- sion, I quote from Samuel J Tilden, one of clutched the groping limb with Iwtli of employment to make money. his eyes wide with horror, Louis fired f ors to cancel thoir debts by paying the greatest statesmen our country has ev- his hands. The tug of war was violent, into the nir. Try it. Samples free. Address, After nn interval he but brief, for Louis' fingers flipped slipped in af tho amount they owe They orig- er produced, lie said: nnother cartridge nnd fired inally received sound monoy worth 100 Uncertainty is the prolific parent of down his udverHary's arm at if it were again. Soon he hoard Dr. WorraH'H Stanford, Ky., ENQUIRER COMPANY, cents on the dollar. They should not bo mischief in all business There can bo the body of nn eel. The igor he had cries, aud presently that gentleman, or financial safe- used, thus unexpectedly released, Bhot with his uttcudntitM, appeared upon WHO MAXrS allowed to pay it in depreciated money, no permanent prosperity the i CINCINNATI, O. him backward upon Dr. Worrall, who, ty as long as there is but should be compelled to pay as they uncertainty of moneyserious agitation and alarmed at his friends hulloos, had spot. Louis elated what hail occurred. questions. Undoubtedly theBest Club Offers "I was afraid of something of thbt borrowed -i- n sound, honest dollars Those Uefore We have had depression in business, risen into a Hitting posture. sort," said tho doctor, picking up the ZrSemlln rrnnh tjntlr'n PvbUthlnq lloutr, ,V,1 who have deposited their money in sav and ngriculture, but times are im- - they could "sort themselves out" the jade tooth, which still lay where it had or btw Illuttnittti lrtmlum l.fi, rrre. would-bing banks aud building associations, and trade pilferer for there could be proving, prices are advancing, business is no doubt the intruder was upon plun been filing. "Hno you any further thoso who have insured thoir property or reviving, capital is seeking investments and der bent had utterly vanished into desire to retain this thing?" their lives, have been paying good money "I never wish to bet ey es on it again," inuorers wsuBuiortUY,uiii.iuB,a.... Fp!UJei Kor( although they nt once worth 100 cants to the dollar. I am "I've had every reason to hope thnt our country will JOused the inmates of the camp their returned Louis, firmly. anj law that will rob these peoIt," soon ho blessed with tho same industrial Hindoo bearers, porters nnd nttend-nn- d quite enough of of the ple or deprive thorn of and with that "Then hero it agricultural progress which mnde It so unUi could the slightest trace of the Dr. Worrall eastgoc," "bucreil tooth" amount honestly due them Tho Nationtlio Nothintr marauder be discovered. n vn.irs Am. w Ill UJIUIUMJ 0 J n al democratic platform of 1802 declares: Next morning, while the hunters far out oer the rocks; it fell with and laborers are tho first should be done now to retard the onward were imbibing their early brenkfust, splash into the foaming torrent at their The farmers and most defenseless victims of nn unsta- movement. If wo will bo satisfied with their guide, a Uhootanese shikari, bast. "Now, we'll look for Chuta Sen's ble and fluctuating currency. existing conditions and not seek to inau- Chuta Sen, came runing breathlessly body nnd carry it up to tho nearest vilTho truth of this statemont is manifest. gurate great monetary changes, wo will Into camp. He hnil to lage. He stumbled over the ell IT. thnt reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed You understand? At tlie same i counNo persons would be injured more by the have a new era of prosperity and our tho top of nn adjoining hill, from is all. through trains. Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriinnti, Chatta. tho farmers try will move onward to tho accomplish whence he had een a herd of ynks time, Louis, in caso ugly rumors should uooga, Attalla, Uirniingham, Tuscaloosa, Meridian, New Orleans, Atlanta, Macon, free coinage of silver than arise, I think it would be well to of its grand and glorious destiny. grazing In the valley beyond. and laborers. Free coinage men aro mont ci our hunting expedition ut and Jacksonville. Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville, Hot Springs Applause president Swullowing a hasty meal, tho Eng onco." clamoriug for a au! Asheville; and from Chattauoogo to Jackson, Vicksburg, Mm roe vote in tho House of Ilenrescnta The shouldered their weapons and Tho evils and a free coinage Congress mVlL! And that Is precisely whnt wns done. and Shrevcport. Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and tives wns 00 for freo coinage and L'lo lishmen to tho flpot. There, far beset oft I and hardships which would follow would against it. Leslie's Pleasant Hours. uuoice 01 kouics to lexas, iucxico aim laiiioruia, JpJFH ban low they could discern n doen or so l bo difficult to state. As soon as it was All last winter Alt Uro. A. Mill., of Lebanon, via New Orleans or via Shrevcport. e wild OXeU,: Ilicrc brOWIl dottt Oil coinage President and CoaD.. was badly afflicted with rheumallim At The eyeball rests in a cushion of fat known that a free Short Line from the Tllue Grass Cities to Cincinnati times it was so seyere mat he could not sund np the plain, browsing placidly upon the jShn.5. tried a free coinage Congress had boon elected straight, but was drawn ever on one side. "I says, sparse herbage. It became necessary by which it is surrounded ou every with ever" accommodation to patrons. Free Parlor wooi Tr he .r Bide. When the system becomes greatevery holder of a government bond or se- diUereat remedies without nndmg relief," bottle ot to exercise the utmost caution in uars Lexington to Cincinnati. v.aie, rarior anu uuscr'a- until about six months ago I bought a Kara; ChambetUln's Fain Raim. Alter uslpeitlori proochlnp the herd, and n course wan ly emaciated through disease this fat tion Cars between Cincinnati, Lexington and curity would present it for payment, if is absorbed und the eye sinks further m; rheumatism was zone intl has not l.l.vv ,. accordingly shapl round a limmuock v duo, or if not due, put'it on the market for returuea s ince. -into the head, thus giving thu sunken Chattanooga. of the hill to leeward, this detour briti sale. Every holder of a note or other obli- - For sale by Craig A Hocker, Stanford, Ky. appearance so common in disease. W. O. Itlnearson, Chas.W.Zell, ing the huntera within gunshot. HHCOKI) AXI) PO- hesttntiug. "Yes. sahib." returned Chuta Sen. Practical Trimmer, Bmbalmer And Funeral Director . of d d 11 The Vulcan Chilled Plow.' 11 te 000,-000,0- I $000,-000,00- 0. We Guarantee this Plow in Every Respect. , 1 lj-hin- d W. H. WEAREN & CO. H. C. RUPLEY, slf-ios-sv.s- I ' - 700,-000,0- 11 HFME MER8MANTTA.L0R- llel-giu- Tei-nt- ed s. . semi-civili7o- d I ' WORMS! WHAT I 50 1 Ict IHVW,-'io- s VERMIFUGE 20 The Great Enquirer Bfv ' .i fkc lut-licui- - ,i YES! , 2 Popular Magum -- Free 1 I , . a( Wor-rall- j,. Largest - to-da- v bit. Cheapest Price! $1,100,-000,00- 0; , nPOPULAR? MONTH? l jn-cicss ftr-iulns THE BEST X' -, , 33.0C0,-000,000- i 11 j . semi-circl- e. long-dmw- n - ) t.t one-hal- W. P. WALTON ( 1 o .. the: one-ha- lf mL, fr- -. 0. Queen &Crescent ROUTE 1 nlr'-nd- j' Ix-e- I tcr-.jjtina- to free-coina- ' I np-D- r. u-- . PaMfr Agt., CincinnaiL 0 j.' Jjz rj4 ,; ss INDIAN OIRLS AS TEACHERS. FOIi LITTLIO FOLKS. RUSSELL AND PRANK. H '( KIND OF HORSES TO BREED. of rhllsxlrlphln Normal flrliool. 1'oaltlnnn III tlm Went. Lucy Gordon nml Jnno Kyro, tho young Indian Irln who received diplo-innJust Juno with tho companion!) with whom thoy lmd marched shoulder to Ornilnntf They Clukv TJiat lie-itilt- ul Tkn Sll Ilrrt nt Kurnpr. Homo nnd In bo-co- 7 t' An Allnntn Hoy Mini III line Tlint senrco. Farmers Imvo sold thoir One f Mury ami Her I.ntiil. becoming-discouragebecame-horseRntwdl Hopkins a mhi of Dr. big niaioH, Mnster wero so low, and already but fow iH a Mudcnt iu mid Mrx. .1. H. IlnplciiiH, idioulder tlirnnli thrco yearn at tho Hunter's SqIiooI Tor Buy. Rusoull is a fir.it class draft hc.rscs nro oiTored in our Girls' 1IIr! school, mid whoso mimes boy of minimal abilities, and ifl thought markets and aro bringing very much woro entered with their claKHinntes nt much of by hiH follow stndontfi. Ho is better prices. I do not understand whore tho Normal hdioul last September, bndo tlm only nun cf JInukiiiH, the supply is to it me from a fow yours a I'd Mr Hoodby to tho houutifitl bohool nt Thir-teent- li and Mug tlm only ehild in, of eounc, hence. They will surely bo scarco and mid Spring Ourdon HtreotH yesterhigh. As business throughout the counKrently beloved by Id : inrentK. day to tako ainmiiitnientH as teacher tho lurgent dogH n try revives tho demniid for tlm houvy HuhmcU hai c in Indian government hcIiooIm of tlio far tho city of .Atlanta, mid that dog ut- - draft Iioivoh will bo greater than it over WP. has been since they wore first introduced Tho two uirls Imvo vory pretty Iudinn in this country. There will by an WinliamcH mid intcroMinu lilHtorltiH. demand from this year on. cincnhi (Mi5H (.lordon) in tall and litho, Right horo I want to say that the with lellned, intere.stiiiK foaturo.1 and a Perohoron horso is a cry much tho most lotiriug manner. Klio in of tho Hionx salable. A draft horso bred from the nation and oanio from .South Dakota Shire or Clvdtvdnlo nmro and by a when about 10 yearM old and Iiiih been Porcheron horso is about tlm best draft living at tlm Lincoln Institution, mio horso that wo get, and somotimes I have received a thorough jiumuratory conn-i- i thought it is an improvement over the full blooded Porchoron, as wherever tho Perclmron blood is seen tho Perclmroii will picdomimito and givo shapo and d Tho henvy draft horso has nlready J. ' Cf) It $tt i$gj fcJiY, H quality, while the Shiro and Clydesdale will mako tho bono. This is a good cross, and, in my opinion, will bo an improvement oor oitliet full blood, but W '.far grade Porchorons - are Porcherons sought for as draft horses by all clashes of purchasers, and thoy aro inuuh the most salable. Myadvico to farmers is to breed tho heaviest draft horso with all tlm quality they can got, and bo Hiiro to have an eyo to color. Bayi', browns and grays aro verydesirablo colpo-Mb- ly . ! j.ski:yiik. which was nt tho U. S. (lrant iiltm ittlondcd by Min Kyro. Tho lnttor'H nauio in tho Indian litngungn U Cliitah-kulMiw) Kyro in from tho l'awntMi tribo, in Indian Turritory, whuro ho a rcMirvntion hcIiooI prior to going to Uurlbdo in J8S1I. Sho wan a of tho U. S. (irnnt hcIiooI with Mien Gordon, and both entered tho High whool and completed tho cour.o to author. MiM Kyro booh to Knurui to beoonio nu ncHiKtaut teacher ut tho I'ottawuto-mit- t Agency iKiarding nMiooI. MisH Gordon liars beau uiKiinted n teaehur in tho Fort I'eck Agoncy boarding echoo), Motitniia. Thoy uro tlm firxtof thoir raco whom tho Normal K'hool hoiiiIn b.iok to beoomo toachorn of thoir own jioopln. Tho two Kir'1 were very much nlfected nt parting with tho toachor. and when they loft tlm hcliool parried with tbein wry Had young faces. Philadelphia Times. i. Mti-dunt tnmtH attention evorywhoro. Tho dog and it.s niiihttir may bo likened unto Mary and her famous littlo lamb, which, according to the Mory told by our fathers and grandfather, uwd to follow Mary to m;1iuo1 and eory where cUu hho Frank, H.ihoH'h big Newwent. foundland dog, follows his master to hdiool and to nil other places where ho gow. No ono has ever been nt Hnntor's when ItiiMteil whs tlmru without I.iko jmwiing I'Vank on tho Mary's littlo lamb, ha bleeps in tlm hall l is ready to play with liiiu until or to go homo. l Tho acc)iiiNiuyiiig picture Miows and his dog Frank. What a gonial look has Frank. Tlmru is no moan look of rovengo lurking in his face, as in tho facw of o!iih dog. Muntt-a bright young folHuMtdl low and always Mauds high in his class. Atlanta Constitution. Hn-fol- ors. Kus-hel- r i Wife, Following tho letter that won tlm Now York World prito for tho bent answer to "What cotihtitute tho lieat nud niont contented wife?" Tlm best nud most contented wifo Is ono w ho ha marched in lino with wngo earners through ovury Htago of mental nud phynic.il tirodiiPM ; who from tho hoveroly practical standpoint of experience in earning n dollar ban learned tho valuo of it; whot.o contact with the world haM broadened her Bympathy IVrflnltlon nf iH m Oocvcl out-Hid- o and general knowledge; who him bwii denied caro and consideration, nud who, though earning enough of a salary, to partially hittiNfy hor tasto for tho beautiful in life, in art or study, is Allowed no time for anything but an longing for tho nauio. To Mich a woman tlm caro nnd protection of a husband and tho Midler of n homo imi a huavuti. Any wouiauly woman from out world will tho rankn of the "provo by n lifetime of devotion and helpfulness her appreciation of nnd her llttmrw for domestio llfo if her huilmnd .Mrs. K. Van 1. Cumlio half worthy. in ings. .Mix ."Mury Iinl Drukr. Iown'H "firht lady of tlm land," MIm s Mary Ixird Drnko, bldrt fair to lo n at tlm niihtrof.s of tho gubornatorial matihiou. Her father, (lovornor FranciH .Marion Drake, in a widowor, and thin daughter is hiH only unmarried child. MoreSim Ih cultivated and tliguiiicd. over, hho has no whiniK. "No, I haven't any particular fad. I am not a girl of fads. I liko nil good things," nho naid to homo ono who nirk-chor if ho was niakiug n collection cf anything, or had any hobby that Mm would undertake to iwpularizo. Sho in an oxteiiHivo reader in nearly nil liter-arlimw, especially with current uud bho keep.s up to tho times in tho nowHpaporH. Herdovotlon to her father is ho deop that hIio strives to keep paco with him in ovorything that ho does, nud slio thoroughly understands uud sympathizes witlt him, taking tho pluco, to a vory largo extent, of hor mothor. . iht-haps, bui-inu- .Iiut TIhtc Fivo-yea- r old Noll was "playing cars" with homo of tho chairs in tho nurhory, when a visitor camo in and unfortunately Mdcctcd one of tlm cars belonging to tho imaginary "train" ami drow it out of tho lino. Noll was disturbed. Sho survoyed tho friend of tho family for a moment in nilotico, and then Miid: "Did you know, MIm Reed, this is a train of steam cars?" "Ah, is it indeed?" inquired tho visitor. "Very woll, I should liko to take a rido. " This reply hoonied not to bo wholly hatihfactory. Tho other chairs in tho room wero comfortable for visitors, Noll know, but they didn't match her "train." Presently Mm stood bocido tho caller ngain, with her littlo bunds folded hoforo her. "Miss Reed," sho nMcod hesitatingly, "whero did you want to got oil?" "Oh, at New York," said tho lndy, with a smile. "Woll," said Nell in hor sweetest tone, "this is New York whero I'm stopping now." And fortunately that del lea to hint was acted upon, much to Noll's satisfaction. o A Stnnljr Nrwulioj. huo-3k- d y mnga-zine- Note. Slid GTo Illm II A youth who has worked in nn Augusta storo long enough to absorb tho idea that ho Lh a business man wns asked y his sister for a loan of GO cents n fow days ago. Ho insisted that the should givo him a noto for it. This sho did, and ho, in his hurry, pockoted it without reading. Whoa ho thought it tiuio for hor to pay tho debt, ho spoko of it. Sho ropliod that it wasn't convenient for hor to do so. "But I hnvo your noto," ho snid. Ho pulled it from his pocket, and cm rending found out that, for vnluo received, sho promised to pay 50 contH "wheu couvonicut." Chicago Intor Ocean. . r Winnie DavU. Miss Varina Annio Jofforson Davis, hotter known us Winnio Davis, will, it iH reported, mako Now York her permanent residonco unci litoraturo hor profession. Sho has displayed 'considerable ability in ossnys and fiction and has a vory woll written story in a current magazine. Tho ability to wito short rtorios in Hrst class stylo is exceedingly jnro, and if Miss Davis cau keep up tho iuccosfos sho has already made Elm has i bright futuro for hor literary carocr. Mm Mock I'olnts. When tho lambs nro coming thick and fast at this timo of year, keep tho owes in a good warm placo. Hundreds of newborn lambs dio every year from being chilled. One good sheep breeder says that ho keeps hot stones all tho timo, night and day, during the lambing season, to wrap in cloths nnd put close to tho lambs. Iu tho Pecos valley of New Moxico, careful farmers say that an ncro of alfalfa will feed from 10 to 10 hogs from tho timo thoy nro weaued till they nro ready for fattening. This will mako thoir feed up to that timo cost 1 cent a pound. But alfalfn raised hogs must bo thoroughly fattened and finished off with corn nml othor grain feed ; otherwise thoir flush will bo too soft to bring tho best price. Ono chargo brought Khucj Coinh. against American pork iu Kuropois that "Mamma would liko a packngo of it is alfalfa fed, uud thereforo soft and decorated codfish," said Harold to tho flabby. grocer's clerk. It is possible to rear young pigs with-on- t Tho clerk looked puzzled. "Decorated milk, if tho nourishment provided codfish?" ho repeated. "Aro you euro for thorn Is of tho right sort. Thin gruel that ia what your mother wants?" swill, with a littlo flaxseed jelly nud Tlm man thought n minute, nud then cooked vegotables, is good for them. It with a half laugh ho said, "Oh, I hnvo is, however, necossary to cook tho food it!" and began looking along tho aholf. nud to mako tho swill or slop thin. Thcro was nn amused expression on his A stock broodor will grow richer ovface wJion ho handed tho packngo to ory year if ho brings up tho soil of his Harold. "Toll your mother," ho said, "that farm us ho should do with tlm manure most ecoif it is not what sho wants Mm can send saved from tho animals. Thoor coment, nomical floor is of coucroto It back." liquid savo Harold ropeated tho messnge, adding, sloping backward, to costs all thont first, more what fertilizor. This floor "Ho did not seom to know at first but it pays best iu tho long run. CJso, decorated codfish meant 1" mamma, langh- - ulso, absorbent laud plaster. Sprinkle it "Oh, Harold," cried tho 'ing, "I said desiccated, not docoratod, in tho stables upon tho droppings of maanimals. "It will savo all tho liquid codfish I" Harold looked ruefully at tho pack- terial. Tho fact that a number of horses were ngo. "I thought he wanted to laugh nbout something," ho said. "Guess bought ut tho Now York unction by tho Germuu and Austrian government that was it." Exchange, ngents is iu ovory way gratifying. It Natnro docs not capriciously scattor shows that American horsos aro improvher secrots as golden gifts to lazy pots ing iu sizo and quality. uud luxurious darlings, but imposes A man who fed somo grado Shroptasks when sho presents opportunities shire lambs (10 days on wheat screenings and uplifts him whom sho would in- and straw mndo a clear profit on them, form. Whipple. when sold, of f 1.30 per hoad. roa-fo- ii --- Ill front of a well known drug store, oloso to the bridge, may Ihi seen ovory night nud morning a bit of u newsboy, hardly 1) yours old, soiling papers. This jouugMor disposes of his wares every night until H o'clock. Ho goes homo at that hour, sleeps until midnight, ami then starts down town in timo to get tho early morning papers. Ho remains at his stand until 8 in tho morning, when ho goes to school, studying until Tlm littlo follow I in tlm afternoon. seems not to mind his hard lines and lalKir n bit. To nso his own words, "You'vo got to got used to it," His mothor is a widow, and has a news Htnud in Park row. Her industrious sou gives hor every cent, whether it is mndo from soiling papers or iu running errands. Tho boy is bright, and ho says that as soon as ho is old enough ho is going to enter ono of tho big department stores, whero ho hopes to riso from bundle boy to malinger. Ho doesn't chum much with his follow nowsboys, his boing that "dey aro too tongh." Now York Tribune It must bo relnombored that iu breeding strictly draft horncs sonm will not grow largo enough for a dnift horso and still v. :'l bo good, aetivo horses, weigh 10 to Tlie.--o will jMJtinclH. ing Ihj t ry salable for expnss horses; but, as I aid lx'fure, in my opinion there are onlv two kinds of horsos to breed tho highc-class of light harness ami tho very heaviest draft horto with quality ami these should bo bred strictly for tlm purpose for which they aro intended. Farmers talk about breeding purpose horses. Never mind tho There will algonernl purjioss hon-n- . ways bo promiscuous breeding and farmers that breed without any purpose, and tho result of this kind of bleeding will always produce horses for all general work and tho in between class. There is no question but that tho iu between class will always b supplied, so much so that they will bo very much cheaper than tho two above mentioned kinds. A word hero about tlm foreign demand and export trade. I am happy to say that tho life of tho foreign demand has our marketH for tho last two years. Thousands of Aniericnn horses hae l)eoii bought and shipped to tho old countries. I will givo you a description of tho kinds liought by foreigners. First, they buy a small, smooth, shape-lhorso about 15 4 hands, weighing 1,100 pounds, rugged made, with souio action, that can moooff with elasticity nud a good gait. Those nro used iu tho old countries for cnlw. Secondly comes a cluss of chunks weighing from 1,150 to 1,850 pounds. Theso aro smooth, blocky made, very shapoly, with somo action, and aro more of what wo call a general purpose horso. Thirdly, a bus V. hands, weighing from horso 1(1 to l.JtOO to 1,450 pounds, smooth made horses, more liko what aro used by express companies here, and they must be a smooth, rugged mndo horse. Then comes tho heavy draft 1.500, 1,000 or 1,700 iKJtinds then a smooth, breedy looking horso 15. II to 1(1.1, weighing 1,150 to 1,250 pounds, for carriago teams or coach horses. This last kind brings tho best pneo of any, but must The heavy hnvo plenty of kneo action. draft comes next in price, tho bus horso and smooth chunks next, and tho cab horses bring tho lowest of uny sold for export, but at tlm snnm timo thoy bring very much more than tlm average prico of horses sold for our Anmrican markots. Address of 1 J. Berry. 1 a TO HORSBBEKNT, The Horse Season is again at hand and the Interior Journal is, as usual, at your command. Form-c- r experience has shown you the value of an advertisement in its columns and it is useless to tell you what you all know that for cards, bills, circulars, catalogues, and the like, our facilities are unsurpassed Now is the time to advertise. gen-or- nniasarled as their distribution. lets, nils, Tho color, slzo nnd shnpo of tho sponges Viopro-tectU- o lx-e- y 1 perhaps, in somo cases to mimicry, or In shapo and sUe rcsuiuL'nurc. soiim aro flattened, globular masses of small size; others are great treelike growths, suvernl foot round;, others wide, duop cups and others littlo lacewnrk tubus of tho finest spun nlas. Homo aro tough nnd horny ud live In shallow and therefore rough water nnd neodnstnim skeletal and brittle framework; otlier-- aro delk-.-tinnd only lloiirlsli in tho quiet depths of the sea. Tho horny soongop, as tho sponges of comment) are called, from thuir tounh, horny skeleton, wlik-- wo know so well, flourish iu tho greatest abtindanco lu Water from HO to 40 fatliums l:i depth. Tho delicate siliceous sponge, however, which would bo utterly smashed to pieces lu thU roug.. water, nro only found fur this. Along tho coasts of Portugal and Brazil beautiful specimens wero found by tho Challenger, nourishing In great abundance at tho depth of 1,000 fathoms, nnd from that down to 2,000 fathoms, or between two and throo miles benoath tho sea level, tney wero loiiiiu eiinu- upon or Imbedded in tho soft mud which covers tho bo torn of tho sea. Tho greatest number f spongos, however, grow In water from 5U0 to 1,000 fathoms In depth. i bo-lo- green, aro fr. quent colors, duo, The Charles Wheeler Emporium. We still exist. A ne.v and elegant line of Ladies Shoes, including 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. 25 per cent, reduction in ladies' Capes and Cloaks; also in all Comforts and Blankets. Good Words. Salute. In tho nrmy, oClcers salute by dropping tho point of tluibivord. nlo by lowurlug tho colors and boating the drums. In tho navy, salutes nro made by illhohargos of cannon, striking tho colors or tupsnlls, or THE by olleys of binall arms. SlilpMilwnvs salute with an odd number of guns, and gal- Thoroughbred ID W T Duroc Jcrley m.JUkAJ leys with an oven utimUjr. nLUE-GKAS- S A new lot of Elegant Calicoes and Ginghams, all tt 5 cents. and Arbuckles Coffee at 20. Call and see us and you will save CHAS. WHEELER. money. . Respectfully, Ala-ron- ia HKRD ' T3T f" K AAV i CS VTkJt w ny l'wjia Sjlimlilrri'il. Davie was pulling' nails raspy, rusty nails with a creaky, claw-hamme- r. My llreedpri were vlrctcd JVom tnp best herd of this famiu rced of twine in erral dlff.rent Stales A splendid lot ol pigs of dittorciit agrs for sal". IJred sows a spiOalty. Satisfaction guaranteed. Correspondence solicited. Addrets R. II. BRONAUGII, "ITerc, boy, what are you doing'?" enid his papa. "LMnyiii' pulliu' teeth 'thout pnln," replied Davie Judge. X.i Wonder. Crab Orchard, Ky. BIG LINE OF Jumpuppc I see thnt Curry cuts his old friends, Cordon and Vo.s, when he incuts them. other night and the idiots took 1dm homo to his wife. Truth. Ile'tl Kxnmlnctl Carefully. "Do you notlco any change in Dutn-loyasked tho tnll man. "No, 1 don't," snapped the other man Bourly. He was Dumley's tailor. Ilocklnud ?" PLOW GEAR, B.A Jasper Yc. He was tl.nink tho RNBSS, SADDLERY, &c. All Kinds and at Lowest Prices. TTJ-K,3STITC3- ZrPLOWS, Call and see them. Tribune. Very Disturbing. "Did you enjoy tho sermon, dear?" Bald Mrs. Collmgwood to her husband, FARRIS & HARDIN. niter church. "No, I dreamt tliat n wns due, nnd I hadn't a cent to pay with." Life. He Hoped Not. noto for $1,000 it She OhI yes; mamma and I havo much tho snme tastes. Do you Uiiuk-- I nm liko my mother? Ho (nn old widower) I hope not. Your mother rejected me 24 years ago. Bay City Chat. SV isssssssssssssssssssssssssssm issssssssssssssssssHpsMng9-- & H Bkr and Jones together I couldn't tell you "I was so tipsy that when I met you How Ha Identified Him. npart; that lb, nt first." "How did you at last?' "Jones offered mo a cigar." Truth. Two of Them. The prodlBal to colleso rocs, With faltering legs and slim. But when ho comes again ho brings A fatted calf with him. Detroit Tribune, 1'hlloiophy. IMuiiklielmer I know a vomans vot married a vec, littlo rnnns becnuso sho say: "Uf all evils I chooso der lcajt" ferstay? We have just received a full line of "the old reliable" Oliver Chilled Plows and Repairs. Also the Bucher & Gibbs Imperial Steel and Chilled Plows and Spike Tooth Harrows. Full line of Hames, Collars, Chains, Single Trees, Double Trees, &c. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. Genuine Oliver Plows. They Never Disappoint. all I ask. And Bogus Repairs. A trial is Truth. " I Ornltholoslral. "Kitty, how did you break your husband of calling you birdie?'" "Why, everv time he did it I called him 'jay.' "Chicago Ilccord. 33oware of Imitations I J. K. VANARSDAL.E, Stanford, Ky. -- - -- , d-it Free Sllverltes. Mr. J. W. Sullivan is in Cincinnati Surgeon Carroll lUiley sold to T. C Yeager a The following lotter is reproduced from Dontist, Bvory Tuoeday and Friday buying a Spring stock of goods. combined mare for ?135. Published A J H.ILL The meeting at the Baptist church the Harrodshurg Democrat. It effectually AT 100 bushels of blue pra seed for objection among Ky. disposes of a common Get our Great Catalogue and Buy88 2?E3R YffiAIt ADVANOK conducted by Ruv. W. A. Boram, of sale nt 35 cents n bushel. H. K Varen. ers Guide. We'll send it for 15 closed Tnursday night with 35 frco silver advocates to tho alleged favor-itisiWhen not to paid 82.60 will lie charjred.-wTho Richmond Climax saya that cents in stamps to pay part postage Office over McRoberts' Vrug Store in the Owsley of the secretary shown towards gold Gap!, White sold several Jersey cows at additions. Hullding or cxprcssage. The Books free. Mr. John DeWitt Miller, who wpb and 011 the contrary plainly shows that 500 to 75. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 700 Pages, 12000 Illustrations, 40000 I descriptions, everything that's used billed to lecture hero last Friday night, thore is an actual discrinlintion iu favor The Paris Kentuekian reports sales Train leavo Stanford at 7:1 5 a. a., rfcturnlng failed In life; tells you what you ought to to come. He was taken sick at of freo silver, the government paying tho of 112 feeding cattle, 000 to 1,000 pounds, t 4:30 p. m. pay, whether you buy of us or not. New goods of the latest styles just received. express chargoi on silver to all thoo who Mayaville. Call In and at 31 to 3J. Oncproflt from maker to user. Get it. ever broughtsee the largsst and best atsoru--as line to Stanford, i'rient aa low the will tnko it in exchange for United States L.&.N. LOCAL TIME CARD. y Wo are having regular March weathlowest. Fok Salk. Good work mule, 10 MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Klcganl line Linens and F.mliroiJtiry Materiit. currency or national bank notos. Ma. 14, Train going North... ,... ia 37 p m er now. Snow fell all night Tuesday bands high, perfectly sound and works Originator of the .Mull OrUcrMctliotl MISS LICCir. IIEAZLKY, No, 6. " ' " 3 ijim and all day Washinoton-- , I). C , Fun 15, ISM. Wednesday, but melted Michigan Ave, Chicago. Stanford, Ky nny where. J. B. Higcins, Stanford. No. 13, South ia 04 p m " Mr. II. Pliitnuicr, Jlarrodshurg, No. 3, 115pm about aa fast aa it fell. W. II Leach has a ewo that dropHon. U. F. Finley wan In Frankfort My Dear Sin Your favor ped a Iamb on March let, and on March QUEEN & CRESCENT. SPRING, 1890. a few daya last week taking a hand in of Jan 28d was duly received, but I have All three aro 3d dropped two more. Trawi pass Junction City at follows: 'F. D. RILRY. Proprlotor, the political situation. Hon. J. F. Free-m- n boon so odunvhulmod with public business ewes and doing web. Georgetown Blue-Gras- s No. t South it.37 a m No. a North ...3.56 p in " 3 " has been appointed to a clerkship that it has been impossible for me to at Times. .06 a tn 4 ...t.45 p m London. - - - Kontuoky. " 5 " .oa m 6 " ...3.1J a m iu Secretary of Statu Pulley's ollice and tend to my personal correspondence un All Hmti of Fruit anJ Ornamental Trttt. 10 ...6 00 a m . ......3.40 p mr 9 " O.S Johnson sold last week to n .hrubi, Mmall Fri'iu, Aapaiasut, Grape Vlnet, I have moved to my new Hold and atn bellai til now. c. No agent, liny direct ami tav motuy Notb. Not. 5 and 6 and 9 and to run no fur will go to Frankfort in a few days. Mr May, of Indian Territory, three than ever to accommodate, the public; her than Junction City, nor on Sunday. ood Livery attached and every convenience deThe act of July It, 1SD0, provides that Short horn calves at 560 each. Win- rttrawbtrr y anil grneral cataloguca on .pnllcMloa Mrs. E. S. Moes has gone to Phila" It. V IWLl.KNMKYKK, sired. Ulve me a call. Telephone ;v delphia to take a course in ait. Mr. t.'.c treasury notes shall be redeemed on chester Democrat. I.cxlBKlon, Ky TRANK K1LKY. II MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. presentation by the holder in gold or silvisThomas Arthur, of Lawreucebura, Is GOO bales of good timothy hay for Another chill breath of winter has iting his parents here. Miss May Mill- ver, nt tho discretion of the Secretary of sale. Will deliver on the cars in Crab Orawoptby bavins; snow ami ice in its er, of Mt. Vernon, spent Saturday and tho Treasury, but it also declares that it chard at OOcpr 100 lbs. Seed oata and Sunday hero with the family of her uu- - is the established policy of the 1'nited corn also for sale. John Buchannn. wake. Or ON IMPROVED p. It MS States to maintain the parity of the two Ballard MulliriB, of Kockenatle, a cle, Mr. W. F. Myers. Tobias Gibson, a laruo tobacco raiser On pile 'two miles Kin ol ltustonville. Con Mr. L. W. Patrick has his new store metals upon the existing ratio, or any ra- in Woodford, has called a meeting of In Lincoln county, Ky , at r rrr cent , tcmlan f roifiht braseman on the K. 0., fell from nuI Intctcit; no coinmiailnn chargril. Adilrrtt tains room about completed and a stock of tio that may bo provided by law, and this tobacco growers in Lexington, April 8. to OUO. W. HAW. Koom 17. Kcnron llulluln, his train nearBerea and was killed. Louisville, Ky. Kor blank applications and to Mr. Abe Pennington will erect a goods in. Col. Thomas O'Mara has about latter provision compels tho Secretary consider a market for tho Burley product ther information, Inquire ol J. N. Saunders, fur AtWell Improved and In an excellent neighborhood ami nnd asks county judges to name delegates torney, Slanlord, K). t handsome residence and store upon the completed his new brick house. It will pay in gold when gold is demamleii, . . Land lies well Will oicIuiu-- fur . .11.- If lie is demanded. cheaper place- in this or anv good county in the lot recently pnrchased of Judge Colyer. be one of the finest buildings in town. in silver when silver to it. Mate or would taVe a cl.au stock of erorpries and to take Mr. Dick Pike, who shot young Har- Mr. J. C. Steeley has moved from Frilz, should force the holdor of a note During tho year ending Feb. 20, the hardware In part payment In sorao livo town, or oTJiuEw-SJ? . xi.i will sell for part cash, balance in flvo years' 3ilver when he demands gold, his action Union stock s at Cincinnati received ris while helping to arrest him, UBcd his this county, to town. or longer If desired. For lurthcr particulars time call would constitute such a discrimination cattle, 170.5S3; sheep, 507,200; hoes, 822,- on or addles, Nfc weapon after the father had stiot at him K. I). KKNNKOY. t im as would destroy 855; CBlves, 10,973. Shipments -DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Ilustonvllle, Ky. bctweon the two metals wo learn. cattle.' Kentucky. their parity. In other words, the only 43,931; sheep, Ht,2S0; hog, 353,305; Dr. E. J. Brown has sold bis cottage Mr. J. H. Dunn has gone to Brodto Mr. A. 0. SUpp, of Stanford, an agent, head to engage in the general merchan- way in which the parity can ho maintain- calves, 1,070 niotals pre Guarantees First Class work In who ha sold a number of musical instru- dising business with Mr. Frith, a well ed is to treat the coins of both The colt crop of 1S05 in Illinois is hr. Prices reasonable. Has had ijevtrv nariicu. years' etpe. cisely alike in making payments on gov- estimated at 20 per cent, less tbnn the rirnci. 91 jm ments here. known merchant there. receiving pay ernment account and in crop of 1S01, says Ureedeis' Gazette. It The now brick residence, which Mr J. W. COOK, J W McGl.sNIS. Kue sold to R. W. Robb. of L. E Fred Kreiger contemplates building on Boston, the bay maro Lucy Tate, record mentof demands due tho government is probable that the coming foaling Rea In ch.trKcpiiut shep, In dure tn mining shop. Our free co! tinge friends certainly can Now street in the near future, will be a 2:2, by Woodsprite, for f300, a black urge no valid objection against Mich a pol son will show about the same decrease THOMAS Y. great improvement to the West End of pacing mare by 0. F. Olav, for f 175, and over that of 1S05. : : TCy.t icv, because every man who wants silver ' town. Tho stable of William T. Griggs, at IM.NViM.l-:KV , Office on Main Street, Opposite the a bay mare that has paced miles in 2:23, desire, will get it in any quantity he may Wo learn that the Investments made by Elllston, near Richmond, burned togeth- Huildcr and Dealer in All Kinds UJric Wilkes, for $100. and in fact the holders of silver cortill-catby our former fellow townsman, John er with three fine horseo, 150 bushels of Farmora eay that the wheat in Boyle of Carriages. or treasury notos may deposit them W, Brown, at Aransas Harbor, will prove is looking worse then it was ever known with the Treasurer of the United States corn, 300 bushels of wheat and 15,000 Krpal'ing a Specialty. Work dine and warrant very profitable tince appropriations have to look at this season of ed ta ghw satufacUn. All wetk done when the year and or any assistant treasurer, and silver dol- new cut shinKles. The loesTs about f ...I'ropnetori nf promised. All accounts due when work Is de been ordered to improve the Pbs. with no insurance. livered, tour patrotisgc solicited. much of it will be plowed up. Its con- lars of equal amount will be sent to llioin Mr. Wm. B. Hudson, an energetic dition is a Hon. J. S. Owsley, Sr , who has bad result of so much dry weathYTANFOHD, KV. young man who resided here for some er coupled with untimely and hard by express at the oxpeuc of the govern 103 cattle and 7S hogs nt J. W. Bibb's nn SPKINw AND SU.MMKR. ment. This is not done with regard to corn for a couple of months brought time, is now publisher of a very newsy freezes. .n."I'"F m1"" 0f F W ,re h" new gold, or any other foim of our money, them home Tuesday in good shape. He Something to Beautify tho Ladies. prepared ta furnish bugjies and burses, we art paper entitled the Barbourville Experi& Homer Baughman Bold to John hut the purpose is to encourage as much paid 21 cents a bushel for the corn fed ment. It will not be an experiment long D. N. Prewitt, 35 hogs at 3Jc FIRST-CLAS- S Dally opeflining New Hats, (lower, and lacesl TURNOUTS in Mr. Hudson's brands, but a successful and a couple of fat cows at 2c. Al Hutch as possible the circulation of silver among them which included the rent of tho We give the assurance to the trade that they wil nnd Tn our establishment the tame cxclusivcness On short notice The best postho people by affording thorn tho traveling public will flad wo predict. reality field. ings was in town with the boys Monday, n style of patterns, hats and b. nets and all the u. always ,,, ,jy ,nd novelties ners aeons, either single or double, or I)ni. The case of Burk vs. Viggins, of after bis long spell of sickness. Funis A sible facilities for obt lining it. J. II. l'edico & Co. have in tho past leading throughout IntheMillinery for which we are ages of a.f Carriknown country kinds at very LOW PRICKS. The I unclose herewith a circular in relation five n Brodhead, for abduction was tried last Whitley sold to J. 0. Johnson ISO fat trimmer for the sea- boys In and areund town will also And us ii)onths paid out nt Horcn Cave I have secured a to tho issue and redemption of currency, alone the enormous aum of J52.000 for son. Thanking vou lor tiast favors, we reined. Pletodea win. Stop with us when In the peo MomUyand resulted ia acquittal. Upon hogi, weighing 200 pounds, at 3,G5. fully solit.lt your patronage heretofore si literally courts ai,d U.u.l entertainments and 1, ISO I, which will give you II I1UHULKAK hearing the verdict one of the defendant?, tide wiU be well cared fer. )our hone and ve. mules. The number of mules bought in tnatawbd. Will F. DeLong, of Georgetown, has dated Nov. KATK DUDDKKAK. Manager. COOl'KR u woman, clapped her hands, exclaiming bought the Owsley Evans farm of 3S2 additional information upon this Mibject. that time was 715, and the average price By Myers House Stable. Stanford. Ky Very truly yours. '"Still eared and Banctitied," then sriak-n- g acres on the Perry ville pike, for about paid was a little the rise of 72 Glas J. G. Cauuki.k bands with her lawyer and the judge $9S 50 per acre, or $27,750. It is well im gow Tinus. told each that she hoped he would be proved and a most desirable home. Mr. Carroll ltailey nnd W. S. (Doci Drye, Law, I Attornoy Those are the Sections of the law re caved and sanctified. of Hu'tonville, will open a training staDeLong and his wife (nee Cecil) will ferred to by the Socrvtary: - ""or the celebrYted' W 'C "" "tlul,,e Mr. Hiram Fish is quite ill. Mr. W. take possession of the place the first of Sec. 4. Standard silver dollars are is- ble nt W. W, Hays' place on the HuatonOffice on l.aocansr airt, oppoute the Court O. Mullius, of Livingston, was in town next month. Falls Branch Jellico Goal, sued by the treasurer and assistant treas- ville pike in a few wenka. They have House Collections receive especial attention 81 first of the week. Mrs. Jack AdamB, of n dozan or more After April 1st no new members will urer in redemption of silver certificates n'ready been promised Also that it will be to the interest of evrrtbody Garrard, sister of Mra. Willis Adams, is ba taken in the "Chasse dea Fees," and and treasury notes of 1S00 and nrujsent by horsee, IiHudini; W. A. Trlb THK Hl'STLINO INSURANCE MAN, i.'iLC" !'ite YVr lo"f,,L. W" P"' very ill of typhoid fever. Mr. II. H. after that date no resident " the are able to sell at the le.e.t express at the expense of the government b'e'a Kate Malloy, W. L. Evans' phenomCarpenter is on the sick list. Mr. E. A. will be allowed the privilege of the danc price. Come and see us A. M. Pence's Pence 500, for silver enal in sums or multiples of f f Joo.1 Coal makes red ashes , no cinders. Reppert's family has taken rooms at the ing hall. Prof M. G. Thomson and falls ilranch Nut itc: In certificates or treasury notos of 1S90 de nnd others almost as good. Both of tho i WK...n....ulliini.l MIAl... M dun Mountain Jellico Nut 11 Brown hotel. Mr. and Mra. Pierce have family, of Huatonville, will move to the Insurance Co.. of Detroit Mich, can Lump tic These prices are cts j North Jell.co with the treasurer or any assist young men are good horsemen nnd OUgl t al Lifeyou posited write all the moat ravorabic plans 01 Iniur I or Coal at our houso charges fer Coal delivered boen visiting friends at Pineville. Miss house just vacated by Dr. Forman. Dr. to do well are one cent lest. ance. He a.so represents the old ri liable Central ant treasurer. NOKI. tobacco Warehouse of I.oeisvllle, Ky , and will Luci'e Joplin taught during the pro fe- Leftwich's meeting at the Methodist SON. !!!T"""!T?5r?? Sec. 5. Upon the doposit of an equivabe r lad to have a liberal share of your patronsfe, asor's absence. I n4"fni Will be leady to conlerail the fivorslhat can be baa drawn great crowds and lent sum in United States currency or naclurcb, A UUIIIIUCllUal LC I IBl . 'given by any warehouse. Liberal cash advance. done much good. menu maun on consignments, train in the wareCo tional bank notes with the treasurer or asSteer Fattening-I will be at Stanford every house and country The Centre College base ball team sistant treasurer or national depository, court day. Parties wanting hogsheads, times or "Woll grown steers will probably Or STANFORD, KY., money should address me at 1'alnt Lick, Ky. about CO pounds of ousilago each. will have three pitchers William Over- - fractional silver coin will bo paid in any To the Good People of Lincoln la now fully.ort aniicd and ready for business attention guaranteed 64cm wilt With this they will take from 15 to 20 street, Robert Uindman and Martin amount by the treasurer or assistant treasand Adjoining Counties: pounds of grain. If the eusilago has Welch and they are all good ones. Rob urers iu tho cities where their several offiPaid up Capital of - - $200,000. I want to whisper to you and vory littlo corn upon it, I wonld mix ert and Ed Waddle, of Somerset, crack ces are, or will be, sent by express, in STANFORD Surplus, . 0,000. tho Rrnin, four partH corn, one part oats amateurs, will do most of the catching. sums of 1200 or more at the expense of the Bro. Walton promisee to hold your and ono part bran by weight. The FEMALE : COLLEGE. SUCCESSOR to THK LINCOLN NATIONAL s Arthur VanWinkle will probably be at govcrment HANK OK STANFORD, mny woll he used iu small quanti- his old place on bag 3, and the remainear while I do so, and he generally STANFORD, KY. Now closing upl with the same asseu and under ties ua an appetizer from time to time, der of tho team will be made up from An Evening Idyl. ine same management, , does what he says. By provisions of its charter, depositors are" , s and tho Etoors bhould havo access to Moonlight, WILLIAM SlIELTON, President i StarrjiUy protected as are depositors In NaUoxul1 eonio dry fodder, preferably tho clover Dunn, Waller, H. Goodloe, Kerr, Hammock, Having a fjood thing. I want MRS NANNIES SAUFI.EY, Lady Principal. llanks, its shareholders be.ng held Individuals ' ling, Reno, Smith, etc. Very pretty hay, though tho corn fodder, clover nml Man and maid, liaolcto the estcnlol the amount of their stock have been ordered. They will be Whispers addition timothy may bo alternated with ood you to know it, for this is the sea Miss Emma L. Manin, Pending Teacher in the thcruin at the parInvalue thcrral, in It may to the amount Invested such shares. SiudrHall; actas Sweet as offecr. Caro should bo taken to bring solid white, with a yellow "C" over the executor, administrator, trustee, Ac, as fullr as son yOU Will need it. Did yOU CV- - Mit Mary Cevwen, Principil ol the Music Dc sn individual. Marmalade. the steers up to their full feed gradual- heart. Advocate. parimetii; To those who entrusted their buisincss to ns ly, so that Ihoir appetites will always Papa Cr near Ol COOke S SarSnparilla ? Mis Mary l Harris, Principal of the Depirt- - while muaglng the Lincoln National Hank ol Sleeping aiauioru, we we here tender our many thanks and bo 1mi. They pliould lmvo each day ull The funded debt of Louisville menu 01 Art aim elocution. t trust they will continue to transact their butmcac Quiet now 1 know many of you have not, so they will oct up clean end no moro. with us, offering as a guarantee for prompt and the aEBeteSl.OlS.-lfno- . n Hut if Next Session will Begin Wednesto samo.our twenty years' esperionca ia TtJxchauge. Mrs. Frances M. Grader, of Koko-tiio- ., banking and as liberal accommodations as are conHe wakes much the pity, for you don't know day, January 22. sistent with sound bauking. Ind., got a divorce and was married Then a row. tire Stock Points. what you miss. It is the best Kor terms, &.c, send for Circular or call at the A Bwino breeder Kays that whon a sow aain in less than three minutes. Squeezes. J J. Williams, Mt DIMctoh: College. Vernon, -- In Australia 7,000,000 acres ofland rIiowh a disposition to devonr hor pigs Sugar, Blcod Purifier in the world and . 11. Shanks, Stanford; Osculation, it is :i sign hlio wants animal food. Tho have been abnnJoned, after 1,000,000 J.S. Owsley, SUnlord; just the Tonic you need to make Loud e hog 1.3 naturally ouiuivoious feeding on had been spent to abate the rabbitt S J. Embry, Stanford Nough to ouimal as well as vegetable food. If tho pUtgue, without success. J. li Owsley, Stanford; you feel well and strong and give Raise the nation. J.JF Cash, Stanford; owner of tho sow that wants to eat np OFIIUSTONVILLE. An A. P. A. leader at Omaha eava William Gooch, Stanford; Snoring her young will go to a slaughter houso the delegation you a good appetite. Just try it Will carrr a full lino ol genuine Oliver Chilled to the republican convenA. W. Carpenter, Mlllcdgeville, Plows, Silver Steel Plows and repairs for the Ceases, nnd got n quuntity of beef, livor and Implements. The W.'H. Cummins, Pnachore Ills once and you will use it always. Oale and other leading tanningReaper Machines, Warning note, offal and feed it to her, sho will gorgo tion from that district will be A. P. A. Walter A. Wood Mower and Next a CulUvators of the best quality, best lluggie for S.H.;Shaks. President, men, and that they will urgre Congress hor fill on it and soon loso her appetite Go right straight to W. B. McRob- the money, Phaetons, burreys and Carriages of Dr.y.U. Owsley, Cashier, Sound from for fresh moat. Aftor she is tired of tho man Linton for president, with Bradley the richest qualities and fanciest and latest atyles. W M. Bright, Teller. Papa's throat. The best graded light buggy harness and tho erts' or Penny's Drug Store and cheaper grades Collars, hames, bridle for farm blood and offal then give- her a fow for for second cboice and McKinley for A scream, bran mashos, with a littlo oilmoal, but tbird choice. purposes, breeching and s'rap work of all kind get a bottle. They have it now. A clash, Furniture of alldescriDtions. Trunks, bars, trav no corn for u day or two. NATIONAL BANK The Louisville council has do eling telescopes, horse blankets, buggy rugs, stove A mighty smash; Yours for health, Tho Chicago Coliseum will bo ready termined to tax the incomes of lawyers. and stove fixtures. &c, all ol which he incites A howl OF STANFORD, KY. your attention and Ictpection and promise to deal for busiueflfl May 1, and consequently Those who earn 110,000 are required Of pain justly and act honorably with you in all transac" to J AS. T. COOKE, thereafter Chicago can havo all tho tion!. A homeward dasb. Capital Stock pay f 100 into the city treasury, while no So tf D. S. CARI'KNTEK. and livo stock shows it wants. Harrodsburg, Ky. Huatonville, Ky. Parkibus nightibus, Surplus The lirst horso show in tho Coliseum one is allowed to get off without conNolightorum, tributing at least flO annually for the Attention of the public is invited m .k- - .. will como iioxt fall. Climibus gatepoit, support of the city government, lJtt "Jr. .IV' I" Sunfarj Hreechlbus torlum. Ex. A writor in Tho Breeder's Gazette S. OWSLEY, depositor. vv;;cu7.d.o,MiV,iyhu;aiPJj; The retina of the eye of a murdered ect:s .it rest the qnostion of whethor stock, but by the licit Line to and From l.ibllav Bbideoroom in Stiiipks. Louis Coffey Fhredtled fodder will kill horses. Ho woman in New York has been photoamount eoual to the .mrW . ... .J"? '"' Is a candidate for Wayne District, subject to Ccng'ess in of this, the Eighth this Institution are ..cured' fund" Sooo' fiays for three months he has fed 20 head graphed and found to bear upon the sur- has just been sentenced by the the action the Democratic CHICAGO, XI. I.. Five .worn statements of thecSndition of Wfb'aT.' Tarty. of hnrtes uml cultd on a littlo corn and face the inngo of the head and shoul- circuit court to two yettrs in the penitf are made Solid Vcstlbuled Trains, with Huffet Parlor merit and each vcarto ih trnti. e..... T.ro- In.; "oats nnd all tho Khtedded fodder they ders of a man. This ia conclusive proof cars, hleeant Loaches Mini t7 ... fcr ki lint; Iisaac Burnett At at July. by government agents, thus .ecuringaddiJtSn? ' I D EA get away with, and ho never saw that she was murdered, although could f0JVi'Av.: A1"ct safety to depositor.. 5il.n fe--- J . the Burnett had two pretty daughters, Delia, WANTED-A- N This institution, originally animals do bettor on timothy hay and picture has not been developed suiQ BRod 13, and Eddie, aed 16 years. thing to patent? Protect your Vjsi t'lerruay nished with toilet accesionos iu each Hank of Stanford S ,VA then seir.'A WEDTJEIlment. IJcst terminal .tattoo. Wftt0 grain. Ho paid 5 cents per bhock to get ts.Jaa the Nauonal Bank ol Slan'ford in .U'Vid CO., Attorneys, This Through the assistance of Ooiley, Eddie L. O., for their $1,800 prize otter. Washington, again the First tho corn cut and Miocked and 10 cents cieutly to identify tho murderer. Stanlord in M, has bad nraetirall! .? IlankTr' with a younKman, but ST. LOUIS. is something new in detective work and Burnett ran away IHJi" hhock to get it bhredded. 1 "HiK. ,U" ffi rupted oaistence'or ,, before the marriage ceremony could be Solid Vcstlbuled Trains with Huffet Parlor Can, uow with lacllitie, ftr tr,n,ictingbu.inHn,Pc,? Tho man who has a largo mare, lively may lead to wonderful results. ly and liberally than eve, Coachce and Ditiag Car., and Wagocr IlufTct it. "SgX Luther IUdford, who waa convicted performed the father had the younn and with good knee action, should breed . Sleeping Cars. Eutering St. Louis oyer the New honorable career. Account, of 10 years ago of a cowardly assassination pair arreBted and returned home. Last Aiercnants' iiuuge, avoiding the disagreeable tun cUnes, firm, and her 1 a hackney or n stallion of any of nel. tho fino coach lionro families ana raiso in Christian county after his influential July, while at the home of a neighbor, The Directory of this Bank it composed ol I will sell at public auction to the hlghost bidForestua ltcid, Lincoln county; CoiTey was tiyiu to der at uiy place near Hustouville, oa carriage teams. and wealthy conuectious had used every Burnett heard that BOSTON. a. a. Harris, Lincoln; When a owo will not mothor her lamb, means to prevent, feigned insanity so run away with ono of his daughters. He x, 1896 The only Through Sleeping Car Lino from CinJ. II. Collier, .Lincoln; cinnati. Elegant Wagner Sleeping Car.. a hunt for Coiley, and found tio hor up nlono u few days and feed and convincingly that be was sent to the asy- went on The following property: J. W. Hayden, Stanford; water her woll. Foed tho lamb milk lum instead, escaped in January and has him in an orchard. The men engaged 3 Brood Mares, 5 Broke Mules, S. H. Baughman.i Lincoln; meantime. Tho ewo's nddor will begin uac been seen at his old home. He pro- in a fight, and Coffey ehot Burnett thro' J. S. Hock er, Stanford; One Gelding, j a W. A. Trlbble, Stafford; to bo so nucomfortablo that sho will bo cured funds and baa gone to parts un- the the breast. Coffey was arrested ana ling, aoo Harr'U of Picked Corn, and all iofyearThe "SouUweslcrr. Limited" Solid Veslllultd my Trains, with Ccnibln.ticn Library, Huffet and M. D. Elmore, Stanford; glad to admit tho lamb. Turn it in with known. Shortly after his release he Farming Implement. and under cash; over Smoking Cars, Wagner Sleeping Elegant It ia now apparent that the in- gave bond. Terms, bums of Jio T. P. Hill, Btanford; that Coaches and Dintng Car., landing Car.. her after a couple of daya or so. passengers in sanity dodge was to escape the conse- eloped and muried the younger daugh- amount a credit of 90 day. with interest on note, New York City at aid Street Depot. Posi.iveiy K.L. Tanner, McKlnney; negotiable and payable t the Huatonville NationNo Firry Transfer. An unknown burglar shot Thomas quences of his terrible deed and that he ter of his victim. Now he goes to Frankal Bank. JHocto,P,eUi.1nwJ,M,ller'M,-VraOB- ' lie ture your ticket, read via "BIG FOUR." before property 5Tvkin9at Flemingsburg and he will has been waiting all thess years to get fort to wear stripes for two years, unlets is Terms mutt be compiled with M. YOWKLL, removed. D, B. MARTIN, F. E. O. McCORMICK, Jno. J. McRoberts, Os .hler; 2 away. Huatonville, Ky. die Passenger Traffic Mgr. Oen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt I be it pardoned. four-year-old Semi-Week- ly Interior Journri IT WILIAMSBURC, WHITLEY COUNTY. Another Prop Knocked From Under the FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Over-Prof- Paying A. S. PRICE, Stop it Mid-diesbo- Stanford, -- u W H TO THE LADIES -- lj: 111-1- 16 THE RILEY HOUSE Nurseries. 1 MONEY To LOAN Splendid Farm For Sale Exchange. r4o Acres of Fine Land, .. h ya-d- A f Bricklayer Stonecutter Stanford, DR. W. B. PENlTTr, SHAW, Ociitist, , Stanford, Kat-Offic- e ef GEO. B. COOPER, Livery and Feed Stable, Ur 130-poun- d 11 fint-U- .11 W. S. BTJUCE, Stanford, at Kentucky. Coal, Coal, Coal. Hrpt-cla- ss non-membe- three-year-ol- d, M. W. JOHITSOIT, . A-- rnnfinari ini I I . Farmers Bank&Trnst oon-snm- o man-fjol- uni-form- a iafS,-817,0- "l alien-lio- . w tv ft D. S. OAUPBITTERr, FIRST agri-sullu.-- al X JR., "BIG FOUR" ROUTE, m....... 23,700 .ftM; V .ZV-?..""m $100,000 ry Ti new - s i norf U -, I 1 PUBLIC SALE. eor.ir. tor Wednesday, April f NEW YORK. It fS McKlnney, Asst.Cah'r Ji -- aU. i,.', -- t